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Michaela M. Naugle

F, #526, b. September 1822, d. 30 October 1900

Parents

FatherDavid Nagel (b. about 1795, d. February 1831 or March 1831)
MotherCatherine Fye (b. about 1795, d. aft 24 June 1870 bef 20 October 1870)

Family: Eli Odom (b. 30 January 1817, d. 28 June 1876)

DaughterCatherine E. Odom (b. about 1845)
SonAlfred W. Odom (b. about 1846, d. 20 November 1864)
DaughterAnnah A. Odom (b. about 1847)
SonDavid Anderson Odom (b. about 1848)
SonDaniel Odom (b. April 1850)
SonHenry Odom+ (b. about 1852)
DaughterMary E. Odom (b. about 1855)
DaughterLaura Caroline Odom (b. about 1857)
DaughterSarah Jane Odom+ (b. September 1861)
Tombstone-Michaela Naugle Odom

Biography

Michaela M. Naugle was born in September 1822 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+. She died on 30 October 1900 at age 78 in Gastonia, Gaston, North Carolina, United StatesG.1 She was buried at Shiloh Cemetery+ in Gastonia, Gaston, North Carolina, United StatesG.2
As of 23 September 1843, Michaela M. Naugle was also known as Michaela M. Odom.3 Eli Odom and she appeared in the census on 22 July 1850 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.4,5 Eli Odom and she appeared in the census on 27 July 1860 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.6 Eli Odom and she appeared in the census on 23 June 1870 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.7 She appeared on the census of on 11 June 1900 in the household of Luther C. Carpenter and Sarah Jane Odom in Gastonia, Gaston, North Carolina, United StatesG.8

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Eli Odom and Michaela M. Naugle23 September 1843Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG3

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1830Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+9
1840Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+10,11
5 June 1880Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG12
Last Edited15 November 2014

Citations

  1. [S75] Jen Endsley, "Family of Eli Odum and M. M. Naugle," e-mail message from email address to R.M. Noggle, 16-23 July 1999, 16 July 1999. Hereinafter cited as "Endsley-Odum."
  2. [S1809] Ron, Compiler, Gedsite Cemeteries: Media Links to Source, new edition (link, 6 Feb 2017, RootsMagic & Gedsite, Software Land) p. 12, Shiloh
  3. [S32] Catawba County Genealogical Society, compiler, Catawba County, North Carolina Marriages 1842-1900 (Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS, 1990), p. 15. Witness: David Huffman. Hereinafter cited as Catawba Marriages 1842-1900.
  4. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S68] Catawba County Genealogical Society, Catawba County, North Carolina 1840-1850 Census (Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS, 1988), p. 26. Hereinafter cited as Catawba Census 1850.
  6. [S1850] 1860 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  7. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  8. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  9. [S1848] 1830 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 234, David Nail; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 17 Feb 2008.)
  10. [S1849] 1840 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule,Upper Regiment, p. p. 39, Cata Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 5 May 2003.)
  11. [S68] Catawba Census 1850, p.15.
  12. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Eli Odom

M, #527, b. 30 January 1817, d. 28 June 1876

Family: Michaela M. Naugle (b. September 1822, d. 30 October 1900)

DaughterCatherine E. Odom (b. about 1845)
SonAlfred W. Odom (b. about 1846, d. 20 November 1864)
DaughterAnnah A. Odom (b. about 1847)
SonDavid Anderson Odom (b. about 1848)
SonDaniel Odom (b. April 1850)
SonHenry Odom+ (b. about 1852)
DaughterMary E. Odom (b. about 1855)
DaughterLaura Caroline Odom (b. about 1857)
DaughterSarah Jane Odom+ (b. September 1861)
1850 Federal Census-Eli Odom

Biography

Eli Odom was at Blacksmith.
Eli Odom was born on 30 January 1817.1 He died on 28 June 1876 at age 59 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.1 He was buried at Providence Memorial CemeteryG+, in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.2,3
Eli Odom and Michaela M. Naugle appeared in the census on 22 July 1850 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.4,5 He was road duty in April 1851 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.6 He and Michaela M. Naugle appeared in the census on 27 July 1860 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.7 He enlisted in the CSA military on 28 October 1864 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.8 He served in the military Discharge on 10 February 1865 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.9 He and Michaela M. Naugle appeared in the census on 23 June 1870 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.10 He served in the Co. A 18th Infantry Regiment North Carolina Troops CSA. Co. A 18th Infantry Regiment North Carolina Troops CSA

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Eli Odom and Michaela M. Naugle23 September 1843Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG11
Last Edited5 February 2017

Citations

  1. [S66] Catawba County Genealogical Society, VIII Catawba County Cemeteries, Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS,1996, p. 114. Hereinafter cited as Catawba Cemeteries.
  2. [S29] Catawba County Genealogical Society, VII Catawba County Cemeteries, Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS,1991, p. 114. Hereinafter cited as Catawba Cemeteries.
  3. [S1809] Ron, Compiler, Gedsite Cemeteries: Media Links to Source, new edition (link, 6 Feb 2017, RootsMagic & Gedsite, Software Land) p. 12, Providence
  4. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S68] Catawba County Genealogical Society, Catawba County, North Carolina 1840-1850 Census (Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS, 1988), p. 26. Hereinafter cited as Catawba Census 1850.
  6. [S30] Catawba County Genealogical Society, compiler, Catawba County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarters: April 1850 - October 1855 (Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS, 1989), p. 24. "Ordered by Court that Eli Odum be Overseer of the Island Ford Road to Morganton from Fulbright's Branch to John Hoke's Branch.". Hereinafter cited as Catawba P & Q 1850-1855.
  7. [S1850] 1860 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  8. [S87] Weymouth T. Jordan, Jr., VI: Infantry, 16-18th, 20th-21st North Carolina Troops, 1861-1865: A Roster, Raleigh, North Carolina: State Department of Archives & History. Hereinafter cited as NC Troops.
  9. [S87] Weymouth T. Jordan, Jr., NC Troops, Discharge date.
  10. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  11. [S32] Catawba County Genealogical Society, compiler, Catawba County, North Carolina Marriages 1842-1900 (Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS, 1990), p. 15. Witness: David Huffman. Hereinafter cited as Catawba Marriages 1842-1900.

Jesse Holder

M, #528, b. about 1825, d. before 1880

Parents

Family 1: Sarah Unknown (b. about 1825)

DaughterLaura Holder (b. about 1856)
SonElias Holder (b. about 1859)

Family 2: Nancy L. Killian (b. about 1832, d. after 1880)

SonDavid P. Holder (b. August 1869, d. before 1880)
DaughterDorothy A. Holder (b. about 1873)
1870 Federal Census-Jessee Holder

Biography

Jesse Holder was born about 1825 in North CarolinaG. He died before 1880.
Jesse Holder and Nancy L. Killian appeared in the census on 29 July 1870 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.1

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Jesse Holder and Sarah UnknownAbout 1851Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG
He and Nancy L. Killian13 October 1868Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG2
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  2. [S32] Catawba County Genealogical Society, compiler, Catawba County, North Carolina Marriages 1842-1900 (Hickory, North Carolina: CCGS, 1990), p. 170. Hereinafter cited as Catawba Marriages 1842-1900.

Laura Holder

F, #529, b. about 1856

Parents

FatherJesse Holder (b. about 1825, d. before 1880)
MotherSarah Unknown (b. about 1825)

Biography

Laura Holder was born about 1856.
Laura Holder appeared on the census of on 29 July 1870 in the household of Jesse Holder and Nancy L. Killian in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.1
Last Edited12 November 2014

Citations

  1. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Elias Holder

M, #530, b. about 1859

Parents

FatherJesse Holder (b. about 1825, d. before 1880)
MotherSarah Unknown (b. about 1825)

Biography

Elias Holder was born about 1859.
Elias Holder appeared on the census of on 29 July 1870 in the household of Jesse Holder and Nancy L. Killian in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.1
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

David P. Holder

M, #531, b. August 1869, d. before 1880

Parents

FatherJesse Holder (b. about 1825, d. before 1880)
MotherNancy L. Killian (b. about 1832, d. after 1880)

Biography

David P. Holder was born in August 1869. He died before 1880 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.
David P. Holder appeared on the census of on 29 July 1870 in the household of Jesse Holder and Nancy L. Killian in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.1
Last Edited12 November 2014

Citations

  1. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Jacob Fye

M, #532, b. 13 November 1756, d. 1801

Parents

Family: Mary Killian (b. about 1768, d. about 1853)

SonAbraham Fye
DaughterCatherine Fye+ (b. about 1795, d. aft 24 June 1870 bef 20 October 1870)
SonJacob Fye, Jr. (b. about 1797)
Tombstone-Jacob Fye

Biography

Jacob Fye was a Saddler in Crowdertown.
Jacob Fye was born on 13 November 1756 in GermanyG. He died in 1801 at age ~45 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1 He was buried at Old St. Paul's Lutheran Church CemeteryG+, in Newton, Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.1
Jacob Fye witnessed the bound labo of John Jonas, Sr., in January 1792 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+, bound to Jacob Fie.2 Jacob Fye signed a will in January 1801 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.3,4

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Jacob Fye and Mary Killian20 September 1791Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+1
Last Edited20 November 2014

Citations

  1. [S130] Lorena S. Eaker, compiler, German Speaking People West of the Catawba River In North Carolina 1750-1800 And Some Emigres Participation In the Early Settlement of Southeast Missouri (Franklin, North Carolina 28734: Genealogy Publishing Service, 1994), p. 259. Hereinafter cited as German Speaking People.
  2. [S56] Anne W. McAllister & Kathy Sullivan, II: 1789 April - 1796 April Lincoln County, North Carolina Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Lenoir, North Carolina: McAllister-Sullivan,1987, p. 37. "Ordered by Court that a base born child of Mary Killian reported to be John Jonas' be bound to Jacob Fie until he be 21 years of age & learn him the Sadler trade & use him as the Law directs.". Hereinafter cited as Lincoln P & Q II.
  3. [S54] Miles S. Philbeck, Jr. & Grace Turner, editor, Lincoln County, North Carolina Will Abstracts 1779-1910 (Wilson, North Carolina: Grace Turner, c.1986), The will of Jacob Fye was written 3 November 1800 and probated in January 1801. Jacob mentions his wife, Mary, her father John Killian, "my children," and "little John Jonas, minor." Witnesses were Samuel Killian and Joh. Carl Lutgert.
  4. [S46] Jacob Fye, North Carolina Estate Files: Lincoln County. Hereinafter cited as Jacob Fye Estate Papers.

Mary Killian

F, #533, b. about 1768, d. about 1853

Parents

FatherJohn Killian (b. about 1725, d. about 1795)
MotherElizabeth Fulbright (b. about 1740, d. after 1805)

Family 1: John Jonas (b. 1750, d. April 1796)

SonJohn Jonas, Sr.+ (b. May 1791, d. 1864)

Family 2: Jacob Fye (b. 13 November 1756, d. 1801)

SonAbraham Fye
DaughterCatherine Fye+ (b. about 1795, d. aft 24 June 1870 bef 20 October 1870)
SonJacob Fye, Jr. (b. about 1797)

Family 3: Martin Settlemire (b. 9 November 1776, d. 1819)

DaughterMary A. ("Polly") Settlemire+ (b. 25 December 1802, d. 31 May 1875)
DaughterElizabeth Settlemyre (b. 1806)
SonHenry Settlemyre (b. 13 February 1808, d. 9 June 1890)
SonGeorge P. Settlemyre (b. 22 December 1809, d. 21 October 1897)
SonPaul Anthony Settlemyre (b. 24 June 1812, d. 31 July 1896)

Biography

Mary Killian was born about 1768 in Anson, North CarolinaG.1 She died about 1853 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG.
Mary Killian had a child from John Jonas about 1790 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.2 She was a witness when John Jonas was in July 1791 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.2 As of 20 September 1791, Mary Killian was also known as Mary Fye.3 As of 1801, Mary Killian was also known as Mary Settlemire.3 She witnessed the will of Jacob Fye in January 1801 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.4,5 Martin Settlemire and she appeared in the census in 1810 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.6 She witnessed the estate law of David Nagel and Catherine Fye in April 1829 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+, filed suit against Catherine's mother, Mary Killian Fye Suttlemire, for an additional share of Jacob Fye's estate.7,8,9

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Jacob Fye and Mary Killian20 September 1791Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+3
Martin Settlemire and she1801Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+3

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1830Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+10
1840Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+11
1850Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG12
Last Edited16 August 2018

Citations

  1. [S132] Joseph Rzeminski, "The Killian Family", Catawba Cousins 94 (March 1995): p. 25. Hereinafter cited as "The Killian Family."
  2. [S56] Anne W. McAllister & Kathy Sullivan, II: 1789 April - 1796 April Lincoln County, North Carolina Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Lenoir, North Carolina: McAllister-Sullivan,1987, p. 33. "Ordered by Court that John Jonas pay Mary Killian the sume of L10for all charges up to this time for the maintenance of her child & if the said Jonas does not pay the said order, the Clerk is to issue execution thereon. Also to pay Catrin Mingus the sume of L14 under the same restrictions.". Hereinafter cited as Lincoln P & Q II.
  3. [S130] Lorena S. Eaker, compiler, German Speaking People West of the Catawba River In North Carolina 1750-1800 And Some Emigres Participation In the Early Settlement of Southeast Missouri (Franklin, North Carolina 28734: Genealogy Publishing Service, 1994), p. 259. Hereinafter cited as German Speaking People.
  4. [S54] Miles S. Philbeck, Jr. & Grace Turner, editor, Lincoln County, North Carolina Will Abstracts 1779-1910 (Wilson, North Carolina: Grace Turner, c.1986), The will of Jacob Fye was written 3 November 1800 and probated in January 1801. Jacob mentions his wife, Mary, her father John Killian, "my children," and "little John Jonas, minor." Witnesses were Samuel Killian and Joh. Carl Lutgert.
  5. [S46] Jacob Fye, North Carolina Estate Files: Lincoln County. Hereinafter cited as Jacob Fye Estate Papers.
  6. [S1846] 1810 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  7. [S46] Jacob Fye Estate Papers, In April 1829, David Naugle, in right of his wife Catherine and Jacob Fye, Jr. filed suit against Catherine’s mother, Mary (Killian) Fye Suttlemire for their share of Jacob Fye’s estate. The suit was based on the claim that Catherine’s brother, Abraham, was deceased, and that they should divide his share. Mary Suttlemire answered in July 1829 that her 1st husband Jacob Fye died testate and that she and John Deitz administered the estate. Mary said that Deitz took all the personal property, except her share, and left the county without settling the estate. When her son Abraham asked for his share, she felt obligated and gave him clothing for two trips to the western country. She said Abraham declared he had received his fair share of the estate. Concerning the land, Mary said that David Naugle received his wife's share, but Abraham was still entitled to some portion. Mary said she heard from Abraham four years ago. The court referred the case to Vardry McBee in October 1830, and he reported that Jacob Fye left three legatees, the widow and children: Catherine, Jacob Fye, Jr., and Abraham. He took evidence from Jacob Burns, who said that around 1820 Abram Fye was in Indiana; that he started to go to a town on the Ohio called Utica, but left his pocket book, money and clothes behind; that he had not been heard from since and was supposed to be drowned. I have found no record that David and Catharine actually received part of Abraham’s share in the land.
  8. [S54] Miles S. Philbeck, Jr. & Grace Turner.
  9. [S55] Harry E. Wilson, Descendants of Jacob Zettelmeyer of Berks County, Pennsylvania (Zebulon, North Carolina: H.E. Wilson, c198?)
  10. [S1848] 1830 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  11. [S1849] 1840 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  12. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Jacob Fye, Jr.

M, #534, b. about 1797

Parents

FatherJacob Fye (b. 13 November 1756, d. 1801)
MotherMary Killian (b. about 1768, d. about 1853)

Biography

Jacob Fye, Jr., was born about 1797 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.
Jacob Fye, Jr., witnessed the will of Jacob Fye in January 1801 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1,2 On on 23 January 1822, Jacob Fye, Jr. (Catherine’s brother) was bound to Jacob Fye, Jr..3

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Jacob Fye, Jr. and Elizabeth ("Betty") Lutz13 April 1819Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S54] Miles S. Philbeck, Jr. & Grace Turner, editor, Lincoln County, North Carolina Will Abstracts 1779-1910 (Wilson, North Carolina: Grace Turner, c.1986), The will of Jacob Fye was written 3 November 1800 and probated in January 1801. Jacob mentions his wife, Mary, her father John Killian, "my children," and "little John Jonas, minor." Witnesses were Samuel Killian and Joh. Carl Lutgert.
  2. [S46] Jacob Fye, North Carolina Estate Files: Lincoln County. Hereinafter cited as Jacob Fye Estate Papers.
  3. [S43] Lincoln County, North Carolina Deed Book 33, p. 417. Hereinafter cited as LCDB 33.

Abraham Fye

M, #535

Parents

FatherJacob Fye (b. 13 November 1756, d. 1801)
MotherMary Killian (b. about 1768, d. about 1853)

Biography

Abraham Fye was born in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.
Abraham Fye witnessed the will of Jacob Fye in January 1801 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1,2
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S54] Miles S. Philbeck, Jr. & Grace Turner, editor, Lincoln County, North Carolina Will Abstracts 1779-1910 (Wilson, North Carolina: Grace Turner, c.1986), The will of Jacob Fye was written 3 November 1800 and probated in January 1801. Jacob mentions his wife, Mary, her father John Killian, "my children," and "little John Jonas, minor." Witnesses were Samuel Killian and Joh. Carl Lutgert.
  2. [S46] Jacob Fye, North Carolina Estate Files: Lincoln County. Hereinafter cited as Jacob Fye Estate Papers.

Unknown Fye

M, #536

Family:

SonJacob Fye+ (b. 13 November 1756, d. 1801)

Biography

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Unknown Fye
Last Edited29 September 2014

Anna C. Naugle

F, #537, b. February 1829, d. 1910

Parents

FatherHenry Naugle (b. about 1801, d. about 1885)
MotherElizabeth Whitener (b. about 1803, d. about 1865)

Family: Logan Henry Whitener (b. 1821, d. 1876)

DaughterMary M. Whitener+ (b. 1846, d. 1897)
SonHenry Wesley Jones Whitener+ (b. April 1848, d. 1936)
DaughterIsabelle Lee Whitener (b. March 1850, d. 15 June 1916)
SonJoseph L. Whitener+ (b. March 1853, d. 9 April 1923)
SonHiram H.L. Whitener (b. 25 November 1858, d. 23 May 1926)
SonNoah Stevens Whitener+ (b. 1 January 1860, d. 11 July 1904)
SonAndrew James Whitener+ (b. February 1866, d. 1952)
SonLogan Asher Jackson Whitener+ (b. January 1870, d. 1950)
DaughterMartha Ann Whitener+ (b. 14 February 1872, d. 29 April 1959)
Portrait-Anna Naugle Whitener

Biography

Anna C. Naugle was born in February 1829 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+. She died in 1910 at age ~81 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+. She was buried at Ogreeta Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1,2
As of about 1845, Anna C. Naugle was also known as Anna C. Whitener, -(Naugle.) Logan Henry Whitener and she appeared in the census on 1 June 1850 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.3 Logan Henry Whitener and she appeared in the census on 25 June 1860 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.4 Logan Henry Whitener and she appeared in the census on 29 June 1870 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.5

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Logan Henry Whitener and Anna C. NaugleAbout 1845Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1830Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+6
1840Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+7
29 June 1880Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+8
5 June 1900Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+9
15 April 1910Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+10
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S92] TVA Cemetery Relocation Project, NCGenWeb, Cherokee County, online www.rootsweb.com/~nccherok/tva.html, p. 7. Hereinafter cited as TVA Cemetery Relocation.
  2. [S1813] James L. Douthat, Author, Hiwassee Reservoir Cemeteries (Signal Mountain, Tennessee: Mountain Press, 1989), pp. 46-48; 69-70
  3. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 58, dwelling/family 376/376, Logan Whitener/Henry Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 23 Jun 2007.)
  4. [S1850] 1860 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  6. [S1848] 1830 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 182, Henry Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 18 Feb 2008.)
  7. [S1849] 1840 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 234 & p. 247, Henry Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 20 Mar 2008.)
  8. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  9. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  10. [S1853] 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Logan Henry Whitener

M, #538, b. 1821, d. 1876

Parents

Family: Anna C. Naugle (b. February 1829, d. 1910)

DaughterMary M. Whitener+ (b. 1846, d. 1897)
SonHenry Wesley Jones Whitener+ (b. April 1848, d. 1936)
DaughterIsabelle Lee Whitener (b. March 1850, d. 15 June 1916)
SonJoseph L. Whitener+ (b. March 1853, d. 9 April 1923)
SonHiram H.L. Whitener (b. 25 November 1858, d. 23 May 1926)
SonNoah Stevens Whitener+ (b. 1 January 1860, d. 11 July 1904)
SonAndrew James Whitener+ (b. February 1866, d. 1952)
SonLogan Asher Jackson Whitener+ (b. January 1870, d. 1950)
DaughterMartha Ann Whitener+ (b. 14 February 1872, d. 29 April 1959)
Portrait-Logan Henry Whitener

Biography

Logan Henry Whitener was born in 1821 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+. He died in 1876 at age ~55 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+. He was reinterred at Ogreeta Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1,2
Logan Henry Whitener sold, for $60, personal property to Logan Whitener on 9 September 1847 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.3 He and Anna C. Naugle appeared in the census on 1 June 1850 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.4 He was bound labo on 10 January 1852 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.5 He was New Tag on 4 February 1857 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.6 He and Anna C. Naugle appeared in the census on 25 June 1860 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.7 He and Anna C. Naugle appeared in the census on 29 June 1870 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.8

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Logan Henry Whitener and Anna C. NaugleAbout 1845Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+
Last Edited2 March 2017

Citations

  1. [S92] TVA Cemetery Relocation Project, NCGenWeb, Cherokee County, online www.rootsweb.com/~nccherok/tva.html, p. 7. Hereinafter cited as TVA Cemetery Relocation.
  2. [S1813] James L. Douthat, Author, Hiwassee Reservoir Cemeteries (Signal Mountain, Tennessee: Mountain Press, 1989), pp. 46-48; 69-70
  3. [S110] Cherokee, North Carolina Deed Book 5, p. 173. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deed Book 5.
  4. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 58, dwelling/family 376/376, Logan Whitener/Henry Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 23 Jun 2007.)
  5. [S94] Cherokee, North Carolina Deed Book 21, p. 35. Wm. H. Thomas bound to Logan H. Whitener, on the condition that Thomas had sold to Logan H. Whitener 100 A of the Killian donation land to be run in a square to include the Talley improvements. Recorded at the December 1885 Court. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deed Book 21.
  6. [S93] Cherokee, North Carolina Deed Book 20, p. 537. The State of North Carolina sold to Logan Whitener 100 A on Certificate No. 260 in District No. 5 on both sides of the Hiawasse River, including his improvements, adjoining A.H. Killian's donation tract. Bill of Sale recorded 1886. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deed Book 20.
  7. [S1850] 1860 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  8. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Isabelle Lee Whitener

F, #539, b. March 1850, d. 15 June 1916

Parents

FatherLogan Henry Whitener (b. 1821, d. 1876)
MotherAnna C. Naugle (b. February 1829, d. 1910)

Biography

Isabelle Lee Whitener was born in March 1850 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+. She died on 15 June 1916 at age 66 in Beaverdam, Cherokee, North Carolina, United States.1,2 She was buried at Grape Creek Methodist-Episcopal Church CemeteryG+, in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.3
Isabelle Lee Whitener appeared as a daughter in the household of Logan Henry Whitener in the census on 1 June 1850 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.4 She appeared on the census of on 25 June 1860 in the household of Logan Henry Whitener and Anna C. Naugle in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.5 Isabelle Lee Whitener appeared on the census of on 29 June 1870 in the household of Logan Henry Whitener and Anna C. Naugle in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.6 As of after 1880, Isabelle Lee Whitener was also known as Isabella L. Rose.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Silas Rose and Isabelle Lee Whitener25 October 1896Gilmer, GeorgiaG7

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
29 June 1880Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+8
5 June 1900Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+9
15 April 1910Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+10
Last Edited31 July 2018

Citations

  1. [S98] Cherokee County, North Carolina Death Records 1913-1927, Western North Carolina Genealogy Resource Center for Cherokee County, online www.goldenbranches.com/nc-state/cherokee. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deaths 1913-1927.
  2. [S1825] "North Carolina, Deaths, 1906-1930", online database 2016, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 31 Jul 2018), Isabelle L. Rose
  3. [S92] TVA Cemetery Relocation Project, NCGenWeb, Cherokee County, online www.rootsweb.com/~nccherok/tva.html, The grave of Isabell Whitener Rose was listed in the TVA cemetery relocation survey, but was not moved. Hereinafter cited as TVA Cemetery Relocation.
  4. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 58, dwelling/family 376/376, Logan Whitener/Henry Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 23 Jun 2007.)
  5. [S1850] 1860 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  6. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  7. [S103] Alice D. White, editor, The Heritage of Cherokee County North Carolina, Volume II (Roswell, Georgia: W.H. Wolfe Associates, 1990), Entry #1247 "Logan Henry and Anna Nogle Whitener," p. 373.. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee Heritage II.
  8. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Beaverdam, enumeration district 80, p. p. 24, dwelling/family 238/238, Henry Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 28 Jun 2008.)
  9. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  10. [S1853] 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Sarah Ruby Blackmon

F, #540, b. 14 June 1905, d. 11 December 1996

Parents

FatherJoseph Elijah ("Lije") Blackmon (b. 10 March 1883, d. 1 February 1978)
MotherGeorgia Emmet Pullen (b. 21 October 1879, d. 5 April 1908)

Biography

Sarah Ruby Blackmon was born on 14 June 1905 in Tignall, Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG. She died on 11 December 1996 at age 91 in Elbert, Georgia, United StatesG.

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
4 February 1920Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+1
Last Edited8 October 2014

Citations

  1. [S1854] 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Conrad Boovy

M, #541, d. 1766

Family: Mary Magdalene ?

DaughterMary Magdalen Boovy+ (b. 1735, d. before 1796)
SonMathias Boovy (b. 1754)

Biography

Conrad Boovy died in 1766 in Burke, North CarolinaG.
Conrad Boovy. Conrad has land grant of 393 acres on west side of Newton in 1750. He deeded 1/2 of this land on indenture to Jacob Setzer I 10 Dec. 1766.

Executors of Conrad's will were Jacob Setzer I (son-in-law) and Mathias Barringer.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Conrad Boovy and Mary Magdalene ?
Last Edited29 September 2014

Mary Magdalene ?

F, #542

Family: Conrad Boovy (d. 1766)

DaughterMary Magdalen Boovy+ (b. 1735, d. before 1796)
SonMathias Boovy (b. 1754)

Biography

Mary Magdalene ? was also known as Mary Magdalene Boovy, -(?)

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Conrad Boovy and Mary Magdalene ?
Last Edited29 September 2014

Mathias Boovy

M, #543, b. 1754

Parents

FatherConrad Boovy (d. 1766)
MotherMary Magdalene ?

Biography

Mathias Boovy was born in 1754 in Burke, North CarolinaG.
Last Edited29 September 2014

Margaret Bushart

F, #544

Family: Mathias Barringer

DaughterCatharine Barringer+ (b. August 1763, d. 6 February 1810)

Biography

Margaret Bushart was also known as Margaret Barringer, -(Bushart.)

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Mathias Barringer and Margaret Bushart
Last Edited29 September 2014

Jacob Arney

M, #545

Family:

DaughterElizabeth Arney+ (b. 1762, d. 3 May 1849)

Biography

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Jacob Arney
Last Edited29 September 2014

Delbert Glenn Heffington

M, #546, b. 29 May 1926, d. 29 August 1988

Family 1: First ?

SonGlenn Ray Heffington

Family 2: Sylvia Aileene Noggle

SonRickie Dale Heffington
DaughterDebra Aileene Heffington (b. 29 June 1959, d. 29 June 1959)

Biography

Delbert Glenn Heffington was born on 29 May 1926 in Rose Bud, White, Arkansas, United StatesG. He died on 29 August 1988 at age 62 in Barstow, San Bernardino, CaliforniaG. He was buried at Marlow Cemetery in Marlow, Stephens, Oklahoma, United States.1

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Delbert Glenn Heffington and First ?
He and Sylvia Aileene Noggle3 November 1948Heber Springs, Cleburne, ArkansasG
Last Edited7 February 2017

Citations

  1. [S1809] Ron, Compiler, Gedsite Cemeteries: Media Links to Source, new edition (link, 6 Feb 2017, RootsMagic & Gedsite, Software Land) p. 11, Marlow

Debra Aileene Heffington

F, #549, b. 29 June 1959, d. 29 June 1959

Parents

FatherDelbert Glenn Heffington (b. 29 May 1926, d. 29 August 1988)
MotherSylvia Aileene Noggle

Biography

Debra Aileene Heffington was born on 29 June 1959 in Marlow, Stephens, OklahomaG. She died on 29 June 1959 at age 0 in Marlow, Stephens, OklahomaG.
Debra Aileene Heffington at Stillborn.
Last Edited29 September 2014

John Wilfong D. Whitener

M, #550, b. 1784, d. between October 1855 and December 1855

Family: Magdalena "Molly" Mull (b. 27 January 1782, d. 1853)

DaughterElizabeth Whitener+ (b. about 1803, d. about 1865)

Biography

John Wilfong D. Whitener was born in 1784 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+. He died between October 1855 and December 1855 in Ellilay, Gilmer, GeorgiaG.1

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
John Wilfong D. Whitener and Magdalena "Molly" MullAbout 1803Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S24] Anne W. McAllister, Through Four Generations: Heinrich Weidner 1717-1792 and Catharina Mull Weidner 1733-1804 (Patterson, NC: Staley Publishing, 1992), Pages 91-102.