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3001 This marriage was quickly annulled for unknown reasons. Family F3176
 
3002 This marrige is not certain. Dorman says it is probable. Family F1927
 
3003 This Minnie and Minnie Jones may be confused, especially since Granddad says Minnie Jones married a Shipplett.

According to Crawford Co., AR Marriage Book G, Minnie Dickson, age 22, married George W. Shipplett, age 22, on 18 May 1902. The marriage was solemnized by W.C. Gentry, J.P. 
Dickson, Minnie Z. (I2595)
 
3004 This person has also been listed as Daniel Brown. Brown, William (I1250)
 
3005 This person is a mystery. He is rarely mentioned, but is found enough to have really existed. Betty Wren's theory is that he was handicapped or retarded. That's why he died relatively young and they used his name again. Even though A.D. Wren was living during the same time.

The record I find of this person, though, is the marker in the Wren cemetery, erected much later than this person's life. I suspect that there is a general confusion of this person and Alexander H.S. Wren or another child. 
Wren, William Alonzo Dossey (I6771)
 
3006 This person is likely Jeffery Murrel based on land records. Murrel (I4790)
 
3007 This person was possibly Robert Chick of Nottoway Parish, AmeliaCounty who sold land with his wife Ann of St. Andrew's Paris,Brunswick Co. but it is not certain. Chick (I1692)
 
3008 This son is not verified by LDDM Doucet, Joseph (I7791)
 
3009 This son is not verified by LDDM. Doucet, Charles (I7788)
 
3010 This son lived only three hours. Timms (I6044)
 
3011 This stone lists an incorrect date for Betsy's death. It was placed in the 1970s. Subsequent research has correctly identified her actual death date. Landers, Elizabeth (I4162)
 
3012 This time, J.H. Cason enlisted for the duration of the war as an officer. Cason, Rev. Jeremiah Harris (I1521)
 
3013 This would be the first court session after the marriage. Faver, Frances (I2870)
 
3014 This would indicate that John and Joseph were brothers. I believe this. I would also believe that their father may be Thomas or William. Cason, John (I1526)
 
3015 Thomas and family are enumerated with the family of John Waldrup. It appears that since both Waldrup and Higgs are listed as shoemakers, Thomas must have been either a partner or an apprentice to Waldrup. Higgs, Thomas Morton (I3539)
 
3016 Thomas arrived in Jamestown in 1612. Dorman says that the specificsof Mr. Bayley are not certain. Baley, Thomas (I734)
 
3017 Thomas does not appear in the 1930 census. It seems likely that he has died. Boyle, Thomas F. (I8607)
 
3018 Thomas Hancock of Desoto County, Mississippi appeared in court with his appointment as guardian for Esther, John, and Susan Faver. This tells us that they children were in Mississippi and that they were all less than 14 years old. Faver, John (I2875)
 
3019 Thomas Harwood traveled to Virginia on the Margaret and JOhn, arrivingin April 1623 after a delay at the West Indies. Harwood, Thomas (I3422)
 
3020 Thomas is listed as a shoemaker in the 1900 Census. Boyle, Thomas Edward (I7056)
 
3021 Thomas L. Shafer occurs in the 1840 census of Conway County, near Pope Co., with 3 female children under the age of 5, 1 male aged 10-15, and one female aged 20-30, with him aged 30-40. This would be consistent with the information regarding the three daughters listed in his prayer book. Shafer, Thomas L. (I5551)
 
3022 Thomas M. Higgs and Mary J. Sartain were married at the home of William H. Oglesby in Athens, AL by Jn. Turrentine, J.P. on Christmas Day, 1857. Family F263
 
3023 Thomas Massie was a student at the College of William and Mary. Hewas a captain and a major in the 2nd Virginia Regt, 1775-1781, aide toGeneral Nelson at Yorktown, member of the Society of the Cincinnati. Massie, Maj. Thomas (I4481)
 
3024 Thomas may have predeceased his father. Or else he could have beenthe Thomas of Booth's Store, Franklin Co., a private in Capt. GrossScruggs company in the Revolutionary War and disabled. Booth, Thomas (I1063)
 
3025 Thomas Osborne came to Virginia aboard the Francis Bonaventure in Aug1620 Osborne, Thomas (I4865)
 
3026 Thomas served as justice of Henrico (1678), sheriff (1680, 1688),coroner (1680), and Burgess (1677).

Connie Lapallo notes his spouse as Margaret Powell and notes that she was the mother of William. This could be a composite of the two spouses or just a different name. She also notes Thomas death as 1697.

Notes from findagrave.com
Son of Lt. Col. Richard Cocke and Temperance (Baley) Cocke.

Married to Agnes Margaret Powell in 1663.

Their children were James, William, Stephen, Thomas, John, Stephen, Temperance, and Agnes.

Also married to Margaret (Wood) Cocke.

Of Bremo, and Malvern Hills; known as Captain Thomas Cocke, Sr., of Henrico; Sheriff, 1680-1688; member of County Court at various times, and otherwise prominent in the affairs of the colony; his will dated, 1689; probably died soon after.

The Genealogy of the Cocke Family in Virginia source shows that he died 1696, page 106.

It appears that he lived at "Malvern Hills," (His father had lived at Bremo (probably an Indian name), which his brother, Richard, inherited.)

Of "Pickthorn Farm" and "Malvern Hills," Henrico Co., Virginia.

Thomas Cocke, so far as extant records reveal, was the first child bearing the name Cocke to be born in Colonial Virginia.

Father: Richard Cocke
Mother: Temperance Bailey

Married to Margaret Wood 1662 in Virginia
•Note: The Genealogy of the Cocke Family in Virginia source shows that he married Margaret Jones Wood, 1663, widow, and mother of Major Peter Jones, founder of Petersburg, page 106.

Children
1. John Cocke
2. Thomas Cocke b: 1664
3. Stephen Cocke b: BET 1666 AND 1668 in Of Richmond, Henrico, Virginia
4. James Cocke b: 1667
5. Temperance Cocke b: ABT 1668
6. William Cocke b: ABT 1670
7. Agnes Cocke b: 1672
End of notes from findagrave.com 
Cocke, Thomas (I1948)
 
3027 Thomas was member of the House of Burgesses (1698, 1699, 1700-01),captain of the militia (1698), sheriff of Henrico (1699). Cocke, Capt. Thomas (I1947)
 
3028 Thomas was clerk of Henrico Co, vestryman for Henrico Parish. Heresided for a time in Great Britain to attend to his interests there.He was a member of Congress 1788-1780, signer of the Articles ofConfederation, and a member of the Virginia Senate. Adams, Thomas (I119)
 
3029 thought to be the unnamed maidservant of John Carver Dorothy (I8894)
 
3030 To my sister Fannie B. Watt my home place in Lawsonville during her life and afterwards to be disposed of as I may hereafter direct.

To my sister Fannie B. Watt all of my stock of horses, mules, cattle, and hogs, provisions of every kind and all my farming tools, wagons &c.

To my sister Fannie B. Watt $5000 in money

To my sister Sallie J. Law $2000 in money

To my brother Otway L. Bailey my Hogans Creek plantation and after the death of my sister Fannie B. Watt, my home place in Lawonville

To my brother Otway L. Bailey all my household and kitchen furniture, Library, buggy, harnesses, shot gun, gold head cane.

To my brother Otway L Bailey $2000 in money

To my sister Eliza V. Graves $2000 in money

To my niece Fannie B. Bailey $1000 to be kept at interest until she is 18 years old

To my nephews Thomas B Bailey and Otway L Bailey Jr and to my niece Laura V Bailey three hundred thirty three and one third dollars each

To my nephew Robert W Bailey $1000 to be kept for him by his father and used exclusively in giving him a liberal education preparing him for the study of a profession (not medicine) or if his need should be of a different ??? I desire that he should attend a course at a commercial college.

To my nephew Robert W Bailey after the death of his father my home place in Lawsonville.

To my nephew Otway B. Law the note of $150 that I have with him.

To William B Notley the note of $200 dollars I hold on him

To my nephew Pinkney B Law, my gold watch

To Andrew R. Hall $100

To David R XXXX (obscured) $100

To the deacons of Lick Fork Church $200 to be used in repairing and repainting the old Lick Fork meeting house

My desire is to be buried by the side of my mother. Enclose all the graves. Erect a substantial tombstone to cover the whole grave

Robb B. Watt and Otway L Bailey Executors

15 Sept 1881
Entered into probate 10 Oct 1881

 
Bailey, Dr. Giles Pinkney (I8089)
 
3031 Tom Bailey, her future husband, is enumerated in 1900 as a boarder next door in the home of Joshua King. It appears that his father is in the next home. Hames, Fannie Myrtle (I3241)
 
3032 Tombstone gives birth year as 1757. DAR as 1760. Otherwise, 1756. David, Isaac (I2368)
 
3033 Tombstone says she was born in 1835 and died in 1893. Gann, Adaline (I3078)
 
3034 Tombstone says she was born in 1835. Tombstone was added in 1970s. Gann, Adaline (I3078)
 
3035 Tooke History lists her birth as 6 Oct 1810 rather than 10 Oct. Jemison, Sarah Margaret (I3917)
 
3036 Tooke History lists this as 22 Jun 1866 in Louisiana. Vickers, James Jackson (I6220)
 
3037 Tooke History records her as Ellen May. Family F2707
 
3038 Tooke History records her birth as 1839. Vickers, Anna Carolina (I6202)
 
3039 Tooke History records her birth as in Beinville Parish, Louisiana. Vickers, Frances Georgia (I6212)
 
3040 Tooke History records her birth as taking place in Florida. Vickers, Margaret Hunter (I6903)
 
3041 Tooke History records his birth as 15 Feb 1846. Wren, Alonzo Dossey (I6659)
 
3042 Tooke History records his birth as 1833 in Florida. Vickers, James J. Jr. (I6219)
 
3043 Tooke History records that Sarah and James had 4 children, two of whom lived. Family F1351
 
3044 Tooke History records that James and Patience had four children.

Somewhere I saw that this was 21 Mar 1852, but the marriage index says 21 Oct 1852. 
Family F569
 
3045 Tooke History records that Savannah and James had four children, two of whom lived. Family F219
 
3046 Tooke History records that she and James had a single child. Both she and the child died. Shehee, Augusta Carolina (I5566)
 
3047 Tooke History records that she was buried at night with slaves holding torches. Vickers, Margaret Hunter (I6903)
 
3048 Tooke History records the marriage as 1 Mar 1866 Family F395
 
3049 Tooke History records the marriage as 14 Jan 1855, probably the license date. Family F571
 
3050 Tooke History records this birth as in Georgia. Shehee, Savannah Georgia (I5576)
 

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