?? McOwen

M, #3301
Last Edited: 5 Jul 2016

Family:

Lillie Lilie? Lewis b. 1 Jan 1893

John B. Allen , Sr.

M, #3302
Last Edited: 28 Jul 2013

Family:

John Regan

M, #3303, b. 27 November 1873, d. 29 December 1910
Gravestone
Last Edited: 26 Jun 2013

Parents:

Father: Dr. James Wellington Regan 'Jim' b. 12 Jan 1844, d. 21 Apr 1916
Mother: Ann Cromartie Polk Rozier b. 23 Apr 1846, d. 24 Mar 1912

Family:

Josephine McIntosh b. 15 Nov 1886, d. 1 Apr 1906

Child:

infant Regan b. 1 Apr 1906, d. 1 Apr 1906

William J. Regan

M, #3304, b. 21 December 1885, d. 21 August 1910
Gravestone
Last Edited: 23 Sep 2016
  • Birth*: William was born on 21 Dec 1885 at NC. Date Source: Gravestone.
    1900 Census has Dec. 1884.
  • Residence*: He lived in 1900 at White Oak, Bladen County, NC; 1900 Census, listed as William J. Regan.
  • Death*: William died on 21 Aug 1910 at age 24. Date Source: Gravestone..
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Fayetteville, Cumberland County, NC. Holt-Morgan Cemetery in Massey Hill.

Parents:

Father: Dr. James Wellington Regan 'Jim' b. 12 Jan 1844, d. 21 Apr 1916
Mother: Ann Cromartie Polk Rozier b. 23 Apr 1846, d. 24 Mar 1912

Carlotta Lewis 'Lottie'

F, #3305, b. 22 February 1879, d. 18 August 1894
Gravestone
Last Edited: 15 Oct 2015
  • Birth*: Carlotta was born on 22 Feb 1879.
  • Death*: Carlotta died on 18 Aug 1894 at age 15.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Lumberton, Robeson County, NC. Old Lumberton Cemetery, 5th St..

Parents:

Father: Council Lewis 'Scotch' b. 3 Jan 1843, d. 27 Jan 1895
Mother: Nancy Viola Regan b. 22 Jul 1848, d. 12 Oct 1889

Mary Ann Reagan or Regan

F, #3306, b. 10 November 1797, d. 17 July 1876
Last Edited: 19 Aug 2004

Parents:

Father: Rev. John Regan , Jr. b. 1773, d. 25 Apr 1834
Mother: Sarah Andress b. c 1776, d. a 1831

Family:

Rev. James Applewhite b. 24 Nov 1792, d. 19 Feb 1872

Children:

Rev. James Applewhite

M, #3307, b. 24 November 1792, d. 19 February 1872
Last Edited: 18 Oct 2014

Parents:

Father: Dr. John A. Applewhite , Jr. b. 1767, d. 1838
Mother: Penelope Handley b. c 1770

Family:

Mary Ann Reagan or Regan b. 10 Nov 1797, d. 17 Jul 1876

Children:

Rev. Stephen Andrew Andress? Reagan or Regan

M, #3308, b. 19 June 1796, d. 10 August 1856
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Father: Rev. John Regan , Jr. b. 1773, d. 25 Apr 1834
Mother: Sarah Andress b. c 1776, d. a 1831

Family:

Elizabeth P. Applewhite 'Betsy' b. 22 Mar 1802, d. 30 Jan 1873

Children:

Ralph Reagan or Regan+ b. 11 Mar 1819, d. 11 Jun 1887
Sarah Ann Regan b. c 1822, d. b 1856
Mary Ann? Jane Regan b. c 1824
John A. S.? Regan b. c 1828
William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan+ b. 27 Apr 1832, d. 21 Sep 1890
Nancy P. T.? Regan b. c 1834
Rebecca Elizabeth Reagan or Regan+ b. 27 Jan 1835, d. 7 Jul 1916
Joseph Russell Reagan or Regan b. 1838
Harriet Melissa Malissa? C. Regan 'Melissa' b. 1840
Thomas Griffin Reagan or Regan+ b. 6 Dec 1842, d. 18 Jan 1909

Elizabeth P. Applewhite 'Betsy'

F, #3309, b. 22 March 1802, d. 30 January 1873
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Father: Dr. John A. Applewhite , Jr. b. 1767, d. 1838
Mother: Penelope Handley b. c 1770

Family:

Rev. Stephen Andrew Andress? Reagan or Regan b. 19 Jun 1796, d. 10 Aug 1856

Children:

Ralph Reagan or Regan+ b. 11 Mar 1819, d. 11 Jun 1887
Sarah Ann Regan b. c 1822, d. b 1856
Mary Ann? Jane Regan b. c 1824
John A. S.? Regan b. c 1828
William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan+ b. 27 Apr 1832, d. 21 Sep 1890
Nancy P. T.? Regan b. c 1834
Rebecca Elizabeth Reagan or Regan+ b. 27 Jan 1835, d. 7 Jul 1916
Joseph Russell Reagan or Regan b. 1838
Harriet Melissa Malissa? C. Regan 'Melissa' b. 1840
Thomas Griffin Reagan or Regan+ b. 6 Dec 1842, d. 18 Jan 1909

Nancy P. Reagan or Regan

F, #3310, b. 1805, d. circa 1855
Last Edited: 31 Oct 2013

Parents:

Father: Rev. John Regan , Jr. b. 1773, d. 25 Apr 1834
Mother: Sarah Andress b. c 1776, d. a 1831

Family:

John S. Pittman b. 1797

Children:

John S. Pittman

M, #3311, b. 1797
Last Edited: 31 Oct 2013

Parents:

Family:

Nancy P. Reagan or Regan b. 1805, d. c 1855

Children:

Joseph R. Reagan or Regan 'Joe'

M, #3312, b. circa 1800, d. July 1832
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Father: Rev. John Regan , Jr. b. 1773, d. 25 Apr 1834
Mother: Sarah Andress b. c 1776, d. a 1831

William Spann Reagan , Sr. or Regan 'Capt. Billy'

M, #3313, b. 1803, d. July 1874
Capt. Billy Reagan
Last Edited: 4 Oct 2013
  • Biography*: KATIE CAME TO MARION CO., MS WITH HER PARENTS IN 1820 FROM ROBESON CO., NC.
    BILLY MET KATIE WHILE FISHING ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF TEN MILE CREEK. ( THE PITTMANS LIVED ON THE NORTH SIDE.) SHE WAS AT THE TASK OF DOING LAUNDRY.

    BILLY AND KATIE HAD OVER FORTY GRANDCHILDREN. THIS MAY BE WHY HE WAS OFTEN CALLED, "OLD DAD".

    THE COLUMBIAN-PROGRESS NEWSPAPER, THURS., MAY 17, 1979.

    Patented land in Marion County 1861 - T3N, R13E, sect. 33. on Mays Creek.
  • Birth*: William was born in 1803 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Susan James on 3 Sep 1822 at Marion County, MS.
  • Marriage*: He married Catherine Pittman 'Katie' on 3 Mar 1823 at Marion County, MS. 6 Apr., 1823?.
  • Death*: William died in Jul 1874 at Columbia, Marion County, MS.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Hopewell, Marion County, MS. William Spann Reagan Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Rev. John Regan , Jr. b. 1773, d. 25 Apr 1834
Mother: Sarah Andress b. c 1776, d. a 1831

Family 1:

Susan James b. c 1804, d. c 1823

Family 2:

Catherine Pittman 'Katie' b. 1798, d. b 1874

Children:

Robeson? Robinson Reagan b. b 1824
Rufus Regan or Reagan+ b. 3 Jun 1825, d. 7 Nov 1892
Henry Pittman? Percival Regan+ b. 19 Jun 1827, d. 15 May 1912
John William Regan+ b. 1829
Elizabeth Reagan or Regan 'Betty'+ b. 1832, d. 1905
Sarah Jane Reagan or Regan 'Sallie' b. 5 Feb 1833, d. 22 Aug 1908
Stephen A. Regan+ b. 1836
William P. Regan+ b. 1837
Mary Ann Regan 'Mollie'+ b. 13 Jun 1839, d. 15 Oct 1929
Willis? William A.? P. Regan+ b. 1841
Nancy Hathorn Regan 'Nannie'+ b. 19 Nov 1843, d. 31 Aug 1912

Catherine Pittman 'Katie'

F, #3314, b. 1798, d. before 1874
Catherine Pittman Reagan
Last Edited: 6 May 2013
  • Biography*: Katiecame to Marion County, MS, with her parents in 1820 from Robeson County, NC. Billy met Katie while fishing on the south side of Ten Mile Creek. The Pittmans lived on the north side. She was at the task of doing laundry. Billy and Katie had over forty grandchildren. This may be why Billy was often called "Old Dad". The Columbia-Progress newspaper, Thurs., 17 May, 1979.
  • Birth*: Catherine was born in 1798 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married William Spann Reagan , Sr. or Regan 'Capt. Billy' on 3 Mar 1823 at Marion County, MS. 6 Apr., 1823?.
  • Death*: Catherine died before 1874 at Marion County, MS.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Marion County, MS. Old Homestead, south side of Ten Mile Creek.

Parents:

Family:

William Spann Reagan , Sr. or Regan 'Capt. Billy' b. 1803, d. Jul 1874

Children:

Robeson? Robinson Reagan b. b 1824
Rufus Regan or Reagan+ b. 3 Jun 1825, d. 7 Nov 1892
Henry Pittman? Percival Regan+ b. 19 Jun 1827, d. 15 May 1912
John William Regan+ b. 1829
Elizabeth Reagan or Regan 'Betty'+ b. 1832, d. 1905
Sarah Jane Reagan or Regan 'Sallie' b. 5 Feb 1833, d. 22 Aug 1908
Stephen A. Regan+ b. 1836
William P. Regan+ b. 1837
Mary Ann Regan 'Mollie'+ b. 13 Jun 1839, d. 15 Oct 1929
Willis? William A.? P. Regan+ b. 1841
Nancy Hathorn Regan 'Nannie'+ b. 19 Nov 1843, d. 31 Aug 1912

Dr. John R. Applewhite

M, #3315, b. 24 February 1818
Last Edited: 6 Oct 2015

Parents:

Father: Rev. James Applewhite b. 24 Nov 1792, d. 19 Feb 1872
Mother: Mary Ann Reagan or Regan b. 10 Nov 1797, d. 17 Jul 1876

Dr. John A. Applewhite , Jr.

M, #3316, b. 1767, d. 1838
Last Edited: 18 Oct 2014

Family:

Penelope Handley b. c 1770

Children:

Rev. James Applewhite+ b. 24 Nov 1792, d. 19 Feb 1872
Elizabeth P. Applewhite 'Betsy'+ b. 22 Mar 1802, d. 30 Jan 1873

Penelope Handley

F, #3317, b. circa 1770
Last Edited: 6 Dec 2005

Family:

Dr. John A. Applewhite , Jr. b. 1767, d. 1838

Children:

Rev. James Applewhite+ b. 24 Nov 1792, d. 19 Feb 1872
Elizabeth P. Applewhite 'Betsy'+ b. 22 Mar 1802, d. 30 Jan 1873

Joseph Russell Reagan or Regan

M, #3318, b. 1838
Last Edited: 18 Oct 2014

Parents:

Father: Rev. Stephen Andrew Andress? Reagan or Regan b. 19 Jun 1796, d. 10 Aug 1856
Mother: Elizabeth P. Applewhite 'Betsy' b. 22 Mar 1802, d. 30 Jan 1873

Family:

Eliza Magee b. c 1843

John A. S.? Regan

M, #3319, b. circa 1828
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Father: Rev. Stephen Andrew Andress? Reagan or Regan b. 19 Jun 1796, d. 10 Aug 1856
Mother: Elizabeth P. Applewhite 'Betsy' b. 22 Mar 1802, d. 30 Jan 1873

Mary Ann? Jane Regan

F, #3320, b. circa 1824
Last Edited: 6 Oct 2015

Parents:

Father: Rev. Stephen Andrew Andress? Reagan or Regan b. 19 Jun 1796, d. 10 Aug 1856
Mother: Elizabeth P. Applewhite 'Betsy' b. 22 Mar 1802, d. 30 Jan 1873

Family:

Morris Smith

M, #3321
Last Edited: 26 May 2012

Family:

Harriet Melissa Malissa? C. Regan 'Melissa'

F, #3322, b. 1840
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Father: Rev. Stephen Andrew Andress? Reagan or Regan b. 19 Jun 1796, d. 10 Aug 1856
Mother: Elizabeth P. Applewhite 'Betsy' b. 22 Mar 1802, d. 30 Jan 1873

Family:

Solomon E. Causey

M, #3323, b. circa 1832
Last Edited: 5 Dec 2005

Nancy P. T.? Regan

F, #3324, b. circa 1834
Last Edited: 18 Oct 2014

Parents:

Father: Rev. Stephen Andrew Andress? Reagan or Regan b. 19 Jun 1796, d. 10 Aug 1856
Mother: Elizabeth P. Applewhite 'Betsy' b. 22 Mar 1802, d. 30 Jan 1873

Family:

Ralph Reagan or Regan

M, #3325, b. 11 March 1819, d. 11 June 1887
Gravestone
Last Edited: 9 Nov 2014

Parents:

Father: Rev. Stephen Andrew Andress? Reagan or Regan b. 19 Jun 1796, d. 10 Aug 1856
Mother: Elizabeth P. Applewhite 'Betsy' b. 22 Mar 1802, d. 30 Jan 1873

Family 1:

Abigail Lewis Slocum b. 8 Mar 1830, d. 22 Dec 1916

Children:

?? Regan
?? Regan
Phillip Regan b. 1848
Mary A. Regan b. 1850
John M. Regan b. 1852
William Henry Regan 'Willie'+ b. 1 Mar 1854, d. 15 Jan 1915
Martha Ann Reagan b. 1856
Isaac Regan b. 1858
Vivie Regan b. c 1860
Alice Regan b. c 1862
Albert Regan b. c 1862
Thomas Regan b. c 1864

Family 2:

Rebecca Elizabeth Reagan or Regan

F, #3326, b. 27 January 1835, d. 7 July 1916
Gravestone
Gravestone
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012
  • Biography*: National Funeral Register
    Colonial Funeral Home
    Columbia, Marion Co., Ms.
    Book: 6 & 7
    Page: 186
    Rebecca Elizabeth Pope
    Died: 07 Jul 1916 at the residence of Dr. J.L. Pope
    Funeral: 08 Jul 1916
    Interment: Hopewell Cemetery
    Age: 80 years 5 months 10 days
    Race: White
    Occupation: Housewife
    Widow
    Born: Marion Co., Ms.
    Spouse: Everett Pope
    Father: Steven A. Regan
    Mother: Bitsy Elizabeth Applewhite born in Marion Co., Ms.
    Certifying Physician: Dr. J.G. Gardner
    Cause of Death: Heart Failure
    *******************************
    The Columbian
    Columbia, Marion Co., Ms.
    July 14, 1916
    MRS. REBECCA ELIZABETH POPE
    At 4 o'clock last Friday morning, the soul of Mrs. Rebecca Pope was launched into eternity. She was visiting in the home of her son, Dr. J. L. Pope, at the time and death came in a few hours after an attack of heart trouble. Her allotted time was 80 years, 5 months and 10 days and it was a long useful, active life, full of Christian services and endeavor. The remains were borne to Hopewell Cemetery Saturday, where Rev. W. H. Lane, very feelingly performed the last earthly service. Our sympathy is extended to the sorrowing children, who are as follows: Dr. J. L. Pope, Columbia, Mrs. M. E. Pigott, Mrs. Ophelia McMillian, T. E. , R. M. and C. R. Pope, all of Angie, and Mrs. Sallie Garrett of Knoxo.
    Info by Shirley Fortenberry Ramshur.
  • Birth*: Rebecca was born on 27 Jan 1835 at Marion County, MS. Date Source: Gravestone..
  • Marriage*: She married Everett Pope on 18 Dec 1856 at Marion County, MS.
  • Death*: Rebecca died on 7 Jul 1916 at Marion County, MS, at age 81.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Marion County, MS. Hopewell United Methodist Church Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Rev. Stephen Andrew Andress? Reagan or Regan b. 19 Jun 1796, d. 10 Aug 1856
Mother: Elizabeth P. Applewhite 'Betsy' b. 22 Mar 1802, d. 30 Jan 1873

Family:

Everett Pope b. 1 Jan 1831, d. 3 Dec 1907

Children:

Magnolia Elizabeth Pope+ b. 5 Dec 1858, d. 26 Sep 1942
Laura Ophellia Pope 'Ophelia' b. 19 Oct 1860, d. 19 Oct 1922
Thomas Everett Pope b. 7 Jun 1862, d. 16 Oct 1937
Robert Milton Pope b. 7 Jun 1864, d. 6 Dec 1933
Dr. John Lafayette Pope b. 20 Sep 1866, d. 6 Nov 1933
Sarah E. Pope 'Sallie' b. c 1869, d. b 1880
Mary Melissa Pope b. 1 May 1872, d. 26 Jun 1916
Charles Richardson Pope b. 12 Dec 1874, d. 11 Sep 1946

Sarah Ann Regan

F, #3327, b. circa 1822, d. before 1856
Last Edited: 6 Oct 2015

Parents:

Father: Rev. Stephen Andrew Andress? Reagan or Regan b. 19 Jun 1796, d. 10 Aug 1856
Mother: Elizabeth P. Applewhite 'Betsy' b. 22 Mar 1802, d. 30 Jan 1873

Thomas R. E. Warren or Warner

M, #3328
Last Edited: 19 Aug 2004

Family:

Sarah Ann Regan b. c 1822, d. b 1856

Thomas Griffin Reagan or Regan

M, #3329, b. 6 December 1842, d. 18 January 1909
Gravestone
Gravestone
Last Edited: 9 Jun 2012

Parents:

Father: Rev. Stephen Andrew Andress? Reagan or Regan b. 19 Jun 1796, d. 10 Aug 1856
Mother: Elizabeth P. Applewhite 'Betsy' b. 22 Mar 1802, d. 30 Jan 1873

Family:

Sophronia Stewart b. 12 Dec 1846, d. 13 Jul 1930

Children:

Mollie Reagan or Regan+ b. 1868, d. 1935
John Regan b. c 1869
Samuel William Regan 'Sam'+ b. 1871, d. 1 Feb 1944
Sallie Regan b. c 1873
Eldridge Regan b. 1 Jul 1876, d. 15 Feb 1944
Dr. Ralph R. Reagan or Regan+ b. 18 Apr 1878, d. 22 Feb 1955
Lucy Regan b. c 1882
?? Regan b. c 1884
Albert Leslie Regan+ b. 27 Sep 1886, d. 30 Jun 1952

William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan

M, #3330, b. 27 April 1832, d. 21 September 1890
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Father: Rev. Stephen Andrew Andress? Reagan or Regan b. 19 Jun 1796, d. 10 Aug 1856
Mother: Elizabeth P. Applewhite 'Betsy' b. 22 Mar 1802, d. 30 Jan 1873

Family 1:

Sarah Ann Lowe or Loe b. 1838, d. 1863

Children:

James Koscusco Regan+ b. 10 Feb 1852, d. 9 Nov 1924
Elizabeth Regan b. c 1852
Corrinne Regan+ b. 1858, d. 1910
Caroline Regan b. 12 May 1861, d. 15 Jun 1930
Abigail Reagan+ b. 12 Apr 1862, d. 9 Nov 1945

Family 2:

Susan Scarborough b. 8 Jan 1843, d. 6 Jun 1914

Children:

Mary J. Regan+ b. 8 Nov 1863, d. 12 Mar 1897
Joseph Russell Regan b. c 1866
Rebecca Willy Regan 'Willy' b. c 1869
Jeanette Regan 'Nettie' b. c 1871
Thomas G. Regan b. c 1872
Stephen A. Regan b. 17 Dec 1876, d. 1 Feb 1923
Laura Regan b. c 1879
William Howard Regan 'Howard' b. c 1882

Sarah Ann Lowe or Loe

F, #3331, b. 1838, d. 1863
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Family:

William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan b. 27 Apr 1832, d. 21 Sep 1890

Children:

James Koscusco Regan+ b. 10 Feb 1852, d. 9 Nov 1924
Elizabeth Regan b. c 1852
Corrinne Regan+ b. 1858, d. 1910
Caroline Regan b. 12 May 1861, d. 15 Jun 1930
Abigail Reagan+ b. 12 Apr 1862, d. 9 Nov 1945

Abigail Reagan

F, #3332, b. 12 April 1862, d. 9 November 1945
Last Edited: 5 Dec 2005

Parents:

Father: William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan b. 27 Apr 1832, d. 21 Sep 1890
Mother: Sarah Ann Lowe or Loe b. 1838, d. 1863

Caroline Regan

F, #3333, b. 12 May 1861, d. 15 June 1930
Last Edited: 5 Dec 2005

Parents:

Father: William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan b. 27 Apr 1832, d. 21 Sep 1890
Mother: Sarah Ann Lowe or Loe b. 1838, d. 1863

Family:

Leonidas Graham b. c 1858

Corrinne Regan

F, #3334, b. 1858, d. 1910
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Father: William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan b. 27 Apr 1832, d. 21 Sep 1890
Mother: Sarah Ann Lowe or Loe b. 1838, d. 1863

Family:

John Henry Graham 'Henry' b. c 1852, d. c 1893

Child:

William Spann Graham b. 1878, d. 10 Jun 1919

Elizabeth Regan

F, #3335, b. circa 1852
Last Edited: 5 Dec 2005
  • Birth*: Elizabeth was born circa 1852.
  • Death*: Elizabeth died at AL.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried.

Parents:

Father: William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan b. 27 Apr 1832, d. 21 Sep 1890
Mother: Sarah Ann Lowe or Loe b. 1838, d. 1863

James Koscusco Regan

M, #3336, b. 10 February 1852, d. 9 November 1924
1910 census record
Gravestone
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Father: William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan b. 27 Apr 1832, d. 21 Sep 1890
Mother: Sarah Ann Lowe or Loe b. 1838, d. 1863

Family:

Eliza Scarborough b. 25 Dec 1849, d. 11 Dec 1922

Children:

Huston Regan b. 1890
Louis Regan b. 1892
Isaac Regan b. 1895

Susan Scarborough

F, #3337, b. 8 January 1843, d. 6 June 1914
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Father: Daniel Scarborough
Mother: ?? ??

Family 1:

John Luter d. b 1862

Family 2:

William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan b. 27 Apr 1832, d. 21 Sep 1890

Children:

Mary J. Regan+ b. 8 Nov 1863, d. 12 Mar 1897
Joseph Russell Regan b. c 1866
Rebecca Willy Regan 'Willy' b. c 1869
Jeanette Regan 'Nettie' b. c 1871
Thomas G. Regan b. c 1872
Stephen A. Regan b. 17 Dec 1876, d. 1 Feb 1923
Laura Regan b. c 1879
William Howard Regan 'Howard' b. c 1882

Joseph Russell Regan

M, #3338, b. circa 1866
Last Edited: 7 Oct 2015

Parents:

Father: William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan b. 27 Apr 1832, d. 21 Sep 1890
Mother: Susan Scarborough b. 8 Jan 1843, d. 6 Jun 1914

Laura Regan

F, #3339, b. circa 1879
Last Edited: 5 Dec 2005
  • Birth*: Laura was born circa 1879 at Marion County, MS.
  • Death*: Laura died.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried.

Parents:

Father: William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan b. 27 Apr 1832, d. 21 Sep 1890
Mother: Susan Scarborough b. 8 Jan 1843, d. 6 Jun 1914

Mary J. Regan

F, #3340, b. 8 November 1863, d. 12 March 1897
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Father: William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan b. 27 Apr 1832, d. 21 Sep 1890
Mother: Susan Scarborough b. 8 Jan 1843, d. 6 Jun 1914

Family:

Thomas Evan Powell b. 8 Nov 1863, d. 12 Mar 1897

Child:

Thomas Evan Powell

M, #3341, b. 8 November 1863, d. 12 March 1897
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Family:

Mary J. Regan b. 8 Nov 1863, d. 12 Mar 1897

Child:

Jeanette Regan 'Nettie'

F, #3342, b. circa 1871
Last Edited: 5 Dec 2005
  • Birth*: Jeanette was born circa 1871 at Marion County, MS.
  • Death*: Jeanette died.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried.

Parents:

Father: William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan b. 27 Apr 1832, d. 21 Sep 1890
Mother: Susan Scarborough b. 8 Jan 1843, d. 6 Jun 1914

Stephen A. Regan

M, #3343, b. 17 December 1876, d. 1 February 1923
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Father: William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan b. 27 Apr 1832, d. 21 Sep 1890
Mother: Susan Scarborough b. 8 Jan 1843, d. 6 Jun 1914

Family:

Lucy Robertson b. 18 Dec 1878, d. 23 Mar 1917

Thomas G. Regan

M, #3344, b. circa 1872
Last Edited: 9 Jun 2012

Parents:

Father: William Spann? Span Reagan or Regan b. 27 Apr 1832, d. 21 Sep 1890
Mother: Susan Scarborough b. 8 Jan 1843, d. 6 Jun 1914

Family:

Maggie Wheat b. c 1879, d. 5 Jan 1961

K. T. Pittman

M, #3345, b. 1822
Last Edited: 18 Oct 2014

Parents:

Father: John S. Pittman b. 1797
Mother: Nancy P. Reagan or Regan b. 1805, d. c 1855

Elizabeth Reagan or Regan 'Betty'

F, #3346, b. 1832, d. 1905
Gravestone
Last Edited: 6 May 2013

Parents:

Father: William Spann Reagan , Sr. or Regan 'Capt. Billy' b. 1803, d. Jul 1874
Mother: Catherine Pittman 'Katie' b. 1798, d. b 1874

Family:

Henry Pittman? Percival Regan

M, #3347, b. 19 June 1827, d. 15 May 1912
Gravestone
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Father: William Spann Reagan , Sr. or Regan 'Capt. Billy' b. 1803, d. Jul 1874
Mother: Catherine Pittman 'Katie' b. 1798, d. b 1874

Family:

Susan Powell b. 16 Jul 1829, d. 9 Nov 1900

Children:

Ann Elizabeth Regan 'Elizabeth' b. 2 Dec 1854, d. 8 Dec 1919
Cora Regan b. 20 Jan 1855, d. 29 Mar 1948
Luther Powell Regan b. 1857, d. 1938
John T. Regan+ b. 1859, d. 1942
Sarah Gibson Regan b. 9 Jun 1861
Mary J. Regan b. 1862
H. Luella Regan 'Luella' b. c 1865

John William Regan

M, #3348, b. 1829
Last Edited: 6 May 2013

Parents:

Father: William Spann Reagan , Sr. or Regan 'Capt. Billy' b. 1803, d. Jul 1874
Mother: Catherine Pittman 'Katie' b. 1798, d. b 1874

Family:

Martha Powell b. 1828, d. c 1857

Children:

Captain William James Regan or Reagan+ b. 2 Dec 1853, d. 17 Apr 1918
Catherine Regan 'Dutch' b. 10 Jul 1855, d. 19 Jun 1919
Laura Regan b. c 1857, d. a 1860

Nancy Hathorn Regan 'Nannie'

F, #3349, b. 19 November 1843, d. 31 August 1912
Gravestone
1880 Census
Last Edited: 6 May 2013

Parents:

Father: William Spann Reagan , Sr. or Regan 'Capt. Billy' b. 1803, d. Jul 1874
Mother: Catherine Pittman 'Katie' b. 1798, d. b 1874

Family:

Albert Gallatin Webb b. 23 Oct 1843, d. 23 Sep 1926

Children:

Pearl Elizabeth Webb+ b. 24 Nov 1874, d. 29 Jan 1955
Mary Blanche Webb 'Blanche' b. 22 Jul 1876, d. 2 Jul 1950
Dixie Catherine Webb+ b. 2 Jan 1878, d. 19 Mar 1958
John Henry Webb+ b. 29 Aug 1879, d. 17 Nov 1963
Thomas Webb b. 6 Jul 1881, d. 8 Mar 1883
Irma Juliet Webb 'Julia'+ b. 17 Sep 1885, d. 9 Apr 1975
Nancy Alberta Webb b. 1 Sep 1888, d. 21 Jun 1917

Robeson? Robinson Reagan

M, #3350, b. before 1824
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Father: William Spann Reagan , Sr. or Regan 'Capt. Billy' b. 1803, d. Jul 1874
Mother: Catherine Pittman 'Katie' b. 1798, d. b 1874

Rufus Regan or Reagan

M, #3351, b. 3 June 1825, d. 7 November 1892
Gravestone
Rufus Reagan
Last Edited: 6 May 2013
  • Biography*: To get to the old Rufus Reagan home site (house was torn down in 1997), take Bogalusa hwy. to Columbia, turn on Mt. Carmel Rd. at Cheraw, pass R7R ranch, home was on hill top on left.
  • Birth*: Rufus was born on 3 Jun 1825 at Marion County, MS.
  • Marriage*: He married Mary Powell 'Polly' on 20 Jan 1859 at Marion County, MS.
  • Death*: Rufus died on 7 Nov 1892 at Cheraw, Marion County, MS, at age 67.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Marion County, MS. Hopewell Cemetery United Methodist Church Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: William Spann Reagan , Sr. or Regan 'Capt. Billy' b. 1803, d. Jul 1874
Mother: Catherine Pittman 'Katie' b. 1798, d. b 1874

Family:

Mary Powell 'Polly' b. 1827, d. a 1880

Children:

Sarah Jane Reagan or Regan 'Sallie'

F, #3352, b. 5 February 1833, d. 22 August 1908
Gravestone
Last Edited: 6 May 2013
  • Biography*: No marriage.

    The Columbian
    Columbia, Marion Co., Ms.

    Aug. 1908
    MISS SALLIE REAGAN

    Miss Sallie Reagan, one of Columbia's oldest and most respected ladies, died at the residence of her sister, Mrs. A. G. Webb, last Saturday evening about 1 o'clock. Nearly the whole of this year Miss Sallie had been a sufferer from chronic Pleurisy, with effusions and at times suffered intensely. Throughout it all, she displayed such Christian fortitude and resignation to the afflicting hand as to make her faith indeed a shining light to those who knew her long and loved her well. Her long life was devoted to good deeds, and no sacrifice was too great nor labor hard enough to deter an effort to do someone good. She was loyal to her church and as long as she able was in her accustomed place with meek and lowly mine attendant upon it's services. She was 75 years of age and leaves a large connection and very many warm friends who sincerely mourn the death of this good woman. The funeral services were conducted by Dr. H. W. Featherstun at the Methodist Church , on Sunday at 3:00 o'clock. An immense congregation following the remains to their last resting place in the Town Cemetery.
    Information provided by Shirley Fortenberry Ramshur.
  • Birth*: Sarah was born on 5 Feb 1833 at Columbia, Marion County, MS.
  • Residence*: She lived in 1880 at Carleys, Marion County, MS; 1880 Census, living with Nannie [Regan] Webb, listed as Sallie Reagan.
  • Death*: Sarah died on 22 Aug 1908 at Columbia, Marion County, MS, at age 75.

Parents:

Father: William Spann Reagan , Sr. or Regan 'Capt. Billy' b. 1803, d. Jul 1874
Mother: Catherine Pittman 'Katie' b. 1798, d. b 1874

Stephen A. Regan

M, #3353, b. 1836
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Father: William Spann Reagan , Sr. or Regan 'Capt. Billy' b. 1803, d. Jul 1874
Mother: Catherine Pittman 'Katie' b. 1798, d. b 1874

William P. Regan

M, #3354, b. 1837
Last Edited: 31 Oct 2013

Parents:

Father: William Spann Reagan , Sr. or Regan 'Capt. Billy' b. 1803, d. Jul 1874
Mother: Catherine Pittman 'Katie' b. 1798, d. b 1874

Family:

Sarah Ann McSwain

F, #3355
Last Edited: 31 Oct 2013

Family:

William P. Regan b. 1837

Children:

Willis? William A.? P. Regan

M, #3356, b. 1841
Last Edited: 21 Jun 2016

Parents:

Father: William Spann Reagan , Sr. or Regan 'Capt. Billy' b. 1803, d. Jul 1874
Mother: Catherine Pittman 'Katie' b. 1798, d. b 1874

Family:

Susan Powell

F, #3357, b. 16 July 1829, d. 9 November 1900
Gravestone
Gravestone
Last Edited: 4 Nov 2012

Parents:

Father: Percel Powell b. 1794, d. 4 May 1852
Mother: Sarah Gibson 'Sally' b. May 1796, d. a 1860

Family:

Henry Pittman? Percival Regan b. 19 Jun 1827, d. 15 May 1912

Children:

Ann Elizabeth Regan 'Elizabeth' b. 2 Dec 1854, d. 8 Dec 1919
Cora Regan b. 20 Jan 1855, d. 29 Mar 1948
Luther Powell Regan b. 1857, d. 1938
John T. Regan+ b. 1859, d. 1942
Sarah Gibson Regan b. 9 Jun 1861
Mary J. Regan b. 1862
H. Luella Regan 'Luella' b. c 1865

John Hawthorn , Sr.

M, #3358, b. 29 October 1740, d. 1836
1810 census
Last Edited: 15 Nov 2012
  • Birth*: John was born on 29 Oct 1740 at Surry, VA.
  • Marriage*: He married ?? ??.
  • Residence: John Hawthorn , Sr. lived in 1790 at Robeson County, NC; 1790 Census, listed as John Hawthorne.
  • Residence*: He lived in 1810 at Robeson County, NC; 1810 Census, listed as Jno. Hathorn, over 45 years old.
  • Death*: John died in 1836 at Twiggs County, GA. 1820 in Wilkinson County, GA?

Parents:

Father: Nathaniel Hawthorn b. 1705, d. 1776
Mother: Susanna ?? b. 1713

Family:

?? ??

Children:

Elizabeth Hawthorn
Nathaniel Hawthorn b. c 1760
Rev. William Hawthorn b. 1762, d. 15 May 1846
Kedar Hawthorn , Sr.+ b. c 1767, d. c 1835
Joshua R. Hawthorn , Sr.+ b. 15 Jan 1776, d. 29 Nov 1836

?? ??

F, #3359
Last Edited: 9 May 2012
  • Birth*: ?? was born.
  • Marriage*: She married John Hawthorn , Sr.
  • Death*: ?? died.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried.

Family:

John Hawthorn , Sr. b. 29 Oct 1740, d. 1836

Children:

Elizabeth Hawthorn
Nathaniel Hawthorn b. c 1760
Rev. William Hawthorn b. 1762, d. 15 May 1846
Kedar Hawthorn , Sr.+ b. c 1767, d. c 1835
Joshua R. Hawthorn , Sr.+ b. 15 Jan 1776, d. 29 Nov 1836

Allen Kelly

M, #3360, b. 22 July 1777, d. 16 October 1858
Last Edited: 2 Oct 2015

Family:

Mary Regan or Riggan 'Polly?' b. 9 Mar 1787, d. Mar 1870

Child:

Robeson Regan

M, #3361, b. circa 1775
1840 Census
1830 Census
Last Edited: 22 Sep 2016
  • Birth*: Robeson was born circa 1775 at Bladen County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Elizabeth Brown circa 1796.
  • Residence: Robeson Regan lived in 1830 at Robeson County, GA; 1830 Census, listed as Robeson Regan.
  • Residence*: He resided in 1840 at Decatur County, GA, 1840 census, District 553, listed as Robertson Regan. A John Regan and a Richard Regan are nearby - must be sons.. 1840 census, District 553, listed as Robertson Regan. A John Regan and a Richard Regan are nearby - must be sons..
  • Death*: Robeson died at Decatur County, GA.

Parents:

Father: Lt. Richard Regan b. c 1744, d. 20 Nov 1798
Mother: Catharine Catherine? ??

Family:

Elizabeth Brown b. 1785, d. 1850

Children:

John Regan b. 25 Apr 1811, d. 22 Nov 1887
Sarah Regan b. 1815, d. 1870
Martha Regan b. 1817, d. 1870
Richard Regan+ b. 1817, d. 1860
Isaac Brown Regan or Ragan b. 3 Sep 1820, d. 19 Dec 1879

John Morehead Johnston

M, #3362, b. 3 July 1844, d. 3 March 1917
Death Certificate
Last Edited: 23 Jul 2016
  • Biography*: He was in the Civil War, CSA, http://ploughboys.org/36th-north-carolina-company-h/

    [John Morehead Johnston (1844-1917) paper, found among papers and letters in Margaret Graham Regan?s, nee Johnston, personal effects, daughter of John Morehead Johnston.]
         At the earnest request and many solicitations of my children to write a record of my life during the three years that I served as a Confederate soldier. These lines are penned:
         About the middle of July, 1862 [18 years old], I bid farewell to home and friends and boarded a steamboat at Johnston?s Landing [On the Cape Fear River?] bound for the war. I arrived in Wilmington [NC] sometime during the night and the next morning proceeded on my way to Fort Anderson [NC], situated about 15 or 20 miles below Wilmington, arriving safely. I applied for permission to join Co. H 36th Regt., NC Heavy Artillery [The Cumberland Plough Boys]. After some few days, I was sworn in for three years or during the war. Mr. Arthur Melvin [Arthur Wade Melvin, of Bladen County NC], who at that time was visiting his brothers [John Stephen Melvin & Joseph Moore Melvin], who were members of the same Company, administering the oath. From the time I left home until I arrived at Ft. Anderson, I was accompanied by Lt. M. W. Pridgen [Matthew Washington Pridgen], who was an Officer in the Company, and who was at home at the time on furlough. Capt. D. Patterson [Daniel Patterson] was in command of the Company. I was assigned to the same tent that the Melvin brothers stayed in and was kindly treated by them. Thus began my life as a Confederate soldier.
         I was given a uniform and a gun and assigned the duties that fall to the lot of all soldiers; such as standing guard, working on the fortifications, drilling, etc., for we had no fighting to do at that time. Our Company remained at Ft. Anderson about a year after I joined and while we were stationed there, I was sick with a very severe case of pneumonia. The doctors and nurses had no idea that I would recover. My brother [Richmond Pearson Johnston] was making me a visit and I was taken sick while he was there. He went home and told my mother [Hannah Jane Anders Johnston] how sick I was. She came right away and by good nursing, kind attention, brought me back to life and health. One of the sad events of my life comes in connection with this spell of sickness. Mother stayed with me until all danger had passed. When she left for home the doctor promised her that as soon as I was able to travel he would send me home on a thirty-day furlough. In a short time, I was able to go. The doctor had the furlough properly drawn and signed by himself and Capt. Patterson. It then had to go to the Colonel; he was drunk and refused to sign it. I had written Mother that I would be up on the boat on a certain night. Lt. Pridgen was to go with me. Mother was so sure I would come, she had a wagon and feather bed at the landing with torches all along the road, the gates all open and everything ready to drive the wagon up to the house door. You can all imagine your Grandma?s surprise and disappointment when the wagon drove up and I was not there. Lt. Pridgen got his furlough, but I did not. Your Grandma could not speak of that time while she lived without shedding tears. I don?t think I have ever fully forgiven old Col. Hedrick [John J. Hedrick] for the way he treated me on that occasion.
         It was nearly two years after this that I went home on a ten-day furlough, the only time I was away from the Army during my stay of three years. When we left Ft. Anderson we went to Smithville (now Southport) [NC] where we remained for about a year. Nothing of interest transpired while we were there. From Smithville, we went to Ft. Fisher [NC] where we joined our regiment and were under command of our own Colonel William Lamb. Life here was about like it had been at other places, not very much to do. We had good comfortable quarters and a good deal of leisure; true guard duty was harder here especially in the winter on account of the cold winds from the ocean, but in the summer we had delightful times bathing in the surf. Not long after we moved to Ft. Fisher, I was promoted to the Office of Corporal which relieved me from guard duty, as officers either commissioned or non-commissioned did not have to perform guard duty.
         Near the first of this paper, I said we did not have any fighting to do then but the time had come when we must face the enemy. It was on Sunday, Christmas, the 25th of Dec., 1864, that the yankee fleet opened fire on the fort. All day long that Christmas Day, shot and shell fell thick and fast. This was my first experience in a battle and to tell how I felt would be impossible. I don?t think I felt like a coward or that I wanted to run away but I imagined I would have felt more comfortable somewhere else. But anyway, we whipped the yankees for the next morning they left. Gen. Butler [Benjamin Butler] who commanded [the Yankees], reported to [Union] Headquarters that the Fort was impregnable. Of course, we felt good. When the yankee fleet started off, the band played ?Yankee Doodle? (We gave them ?Dixie? and a true Rebel yell). Of course, our Quarters including clothing and everything we had was destroyed by fire from the yankee shells. Col. Lamb put us to work repairing the damaged Fort for you know that the guns, many of them were dismounted, the works torn, etc. We repaired as best we could and about the time we began to feel easy, that is to say. On the 12th of Jan., 1865, the [Union] fleet reappeared, reinforced, and with a new Commander [Major General Alfred Terry]. I think it was a Friday that the second fight began and for three days the most terrific bombardment that history records was carried on between the contending forces. On Sunday night about 10 o?clock the Fort surrendered. We were prisoners of war. It was on the evening of the third day of the fight that I was struck on the left arm by a piece of timber knocking my gun from my hand almost completely covering me up with dirt and taking the skin from my arm. At the same time, a piece of shell struck me on the head. While I was not seriously [injured], I was painfully hurt so much so that I could take no further part in the fight.
         I went at once to Dr. Willis [William Willis from Tar Heel, NC] who had a temporary hospital and was caring for the wounded. He was an Officer in our Company. I told him that I was hurt and not able to stay in the fight. He told me alright. He needed someone to assist him so I stayed and helped him until I surrendered that night about 10 o?clock. I stayed there for the rest of the night, slept very little. Next morning, about sunrise, a powder magazine exploded. It was just a short distance from the place I was. I was sure that I was killed. I had been asleep and just waked up when I heard the report. The bombproof that I was in began to rock and reel over. I thought sure that it was falling, and fell down expecting to be buried alive. But it did not fall and I got out as quickly as possible. After going out, I heard that the yankees thought we blew the magazine up and they were going to kill as many Confederates as the explosion had killed in Yankees. I felt sure if the report was true, I would be among the number killed. But, they found out that the explosion was caused by one of their own men going into the magazine with a torch and the excitement ceased.
         The prisoners were marched up the beach about two miles from the Fort. We were kept here about two days, given something to eat and permitted to write letters to our home folks. I wrote a letter to your Grandma that was in Jan. but she did not get it and did not know what had become of me until March when she received the letter I had written in Jan. We were not allowed to seal the letters but left them open for inspection. After remaining here for about two days we were marched back to the Fort to the beach and put into small boats and carried to a large steamer. After being put on the steamer we were put in charge by a negro guard. We had been guarded by white men up to this time. I had never seen a negro soldier before so you can imagine how we Confederates prisoners felt. We didn?t know what they were going to do with us or where they were going to carry us. And right then I felt like I didn?t care where they carried us or what became of us. I was reckless, felt like I had rather be dead than alive. Anyway, the vessel with about 800 prisoners went out to sea. I stood at stern and looked and watched as long as I could see the sight of land. When I could no longer see land, I felt that all hope was lost. I was going, I knew not or cared with the sea voyage and a rough one it was. The vessel came very near being broken to pieces by striking a rock as we passed Cape Lookout [NC]. One of the prisoners died on the way and was buried after we arrived at prison [Point Lookout, MD]. After being at anchor for some time, we were taken ashore, marched to the building occupied by the Commanding Officer, formed in a line in mud and water, snow and ice, shoe quarter deep. It was sleeting, snowing, and cold as could be.
         Our pockets were searched, our money and other valuables taken after which we were marched off to the bull pen. It was then late in the evening. We were given some pickled beef and hard tack to eat. We were assigned to tents placed in a row from 18 to 25 men a tent. We were then in deed and truth, prisoners of war, confined in a yankee prison with about 20,000 others in the same fix.
         Life in prison is very different from life in camp. In prison we had absolutely nothing to do and less to eat. As for instances for breakfast about 7 o?clock, we were marched to a long house called a cook house. A table extending from one end to the other with tin plates arranged one on either side. We were marched in, each man faced a plate. If he got a good piece of meat, then well. If he got a bone, it was all the same. That was his breakfast. At about 9 o?clock, one man from each tent went to the bakery and drew bread for his tent. A half loaf or about 8 slices? to the man. At 3 o?clock we were marched back to the cook house and got a pint of what they called vegetable soup. You could drink it at the table or carry it to your tent in a cup of your own. You were not allowed to take the cup from the table. That was supper.
         The rest of the time was employed in killing lice, of which there were millions and millions. Or, if you preferred, you could dream of being at home and having good things to eat. For fire, we had green spruce pine wood. The fire was made on the ground and a hole cut in the top of the tent to let the smoke out. We slept on the ground with a pine straw mattress and one blanket to cover with. The ground outside was frozen or covered with snow most of the time. I remained in prison about six months.
         On the 28th of June [1865], I left Point Lookout [MD] and started for home. It took about six days to make the trip. First we came to City Point [in Prince George, VA] thence to Danville [VA] then Greensboro [NC] then Goldsboro [NC], arriving in Wilmington [NC] on the 2nd day of July. The 3rd day of July, my 21st birthday, I spent in Wilmington, bareheaded, barefooted, with very few clothes on and had been wearing them for six months. I left Wilmington about 5 o?clock that evening on a steamboat. I think it was the one that I went to Wilmington on when I started to the war. At about 10 o?clock on the 4th day of July, 1865, I arrived at home. After greeting the loved ones, the first thing I did was to call for a tub of hot water. They were washing and had plenty of hot soap suds. It was not long before I came out in a clean suit and after partaking of a bib bowl full of butter milk and corn bread, I felt like yankee prison and war were then so of the past.
         This ends this poorly written account of three years spent in the service of the Confederate States. While I have no deeds of heroism or acts of bravery to recount, I am not ashamed of the part I played nor will I ever be ashamed that I was a Confederate soldier.
              Signed J. M. Johnston, Co. H, 36 Regt. N.C.V.
  • Birth*: John was born on 3 Jul 1844 at Bladen County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Ada Lee Cromartie on 21 Apr 1874 at Clarkton, Bladen County, NC.
  • Death*: John died on 3 Mar 1917 at Clarkton, Bladen County, NC, at age 72. Date Source: Death Certificate.
    At his home.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Clarkton, Bladen County, NC. Clarkton Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: William Salter Johnston b. 4 Dec 1812, d. 3 Mar 1849
Mother: Hannah Jane Anders b. 15 Jan 1821, d. 24 Oct 1890

Family:

Ada Lee Cromartie b. 4 Dec 1853, d. 2 Aug 1907

Children:

?? Johnston b. 5 Mar 1875
Alexander Cromartie Johnston+ b. 30 May 1876, d. 5 Oct 1937
?? Johnston b. 21 Dec 1878, d. 25 Dec 1878
Hannah Anders Johnston b. 8 Jan 1880, d. 25 Dec 1948
Kate Monroe Johnston b. 7 Nov 1882, d. 18 Dec 1932
Ernest Johnston b. 30 Mar 1886, d. 18 May 1904
Mary Elizabeth Johnston 'Mamie' 'Mary Liz' b. 15 Sep 1887, d. 13 May 1955
Margaret Graham Johnston+ b. 9 Jul 1890, d. 22 Aug 1971
Mattie Lee Johnston b. 11 Aug 1894, d. 9 Dec 1954

Ada Lee Cromartie

F, #3363, b. 4 December 1853, d. 2 August 1907
Last Edited: 19 Jul 2016

Parents:

Father: Alexander Kelly Cromartie b. 1 Feb 1828, d. 11 Dec 1905
Mother: Katharine Ann Monroe 'Kate' b. 10 Jun 1831, d. 14 Jun 1901

Family:

John Morehead Johnston b. 3 Jul 1844, d. 3 Mar 1917

Children:

?? Johnston b. 5 Mar 1875
Alexander Cromartie Johnston+ b. 30 May 1876, d. 5 Oct 1937
?? Johnston b. 21 Dec 1878, d. 25 Dec 1878
Hannah Anders Johnston b. 8 Jan 1880, d. 25 Dec 1948
Kate Monroe Johnston b. 7 Nov 1882, d. 18 Dec 1932
Ernest Johnston b. 30 Mar 1886, d. 18 May 1904
Mary Elizabeth Johnston 'Mamie' 'Mary Liz' b. 15 Sep 1887, d. 13 May 1955
Margaret Graham Johnston+ b. 9 Jul 1890, d. 22 Aug 1971
Mattie Lee Johnston b. 11 Aug 1894, d. 9 Dec 1954

Rachel Christina Horton

F, #3364, b. 17 September 1903, d. 5 June 1984
Gravestone
Last Edited: 23 Feb 2017

Family 1:

Ambrose Powell Holland b. 4 Oct 1898, d. 9 Dec 1947

Family 2:

Vernon Cleveland Regan b. 19 Dec 1912, d. 31 Jul 1974

Jimmy Maples 'Jim'

M, #3365
Last Edited: 23 Feb 2017
  • Biography*: Of Lumberton, NC.
  • Birth*: Jimmy was born.
  • Marriage*: He married Evelyn Regan.

Family:

Evelyn Regan b. 25 Sep 1914

Dr. James DeWitt Regan 'Dewitt'

M, #3366, b. 8 November 1873, d. 15 August 1922
Gravestone
WWI Registration card.
Death Certificate of Dr. Dewitt Regan.
Gravestone
Last Edited: 1 Mar 2015

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , III b. 10 Mar 1841, d. 29 Jan 1920
Mother: Emmaline Matilda McGeachy 'Emma' b. 31 Jan 1842, d. 10 Jul 1894

Family:

Eliza Meares Stansel b. 24 Sep 1874, d. 10 Mar 1926

Children:

David Reid Regan+ b. 25 Dec 1900, d. 14 Dec 1950
James Stansel Regan+ b. 23 Oct 1902, d. 19 Jan 1972
Howard McCall Regan b. 29 Jan 1905, d. 7 Feb 1914
Mabel Christine Regan b. 28 Jan 1907, d. 16 Aug 1949
Earl Regan b. 26 Dec 1908, d. 16 Aug 1982
Lt. Col. Joseph Bunyan Regan+ b. 22 May 1912, d. 15 Feb 2012
Marvin Dixon Regan , Sr. 'Dixon'+ b. 10 Apr 1918, d. 23 Oct 2003

Eliza Meares Stansel

F, #3367, b. 24 September 1874, d. 10 March 1926
Gravestone
Last Edited: 12 Oct 2016

Parents:

Father: Bunyan Stansel b. 14 Nov 1833
Mother: Rosa Caroline Meares b. Jan 1848

Family:

Dr. James DeWitt Regan 'Dewitt' b. 8 Nov 1873, d. 15 Aug 1922

Children:

David Reid Regan+ b. 25 Dec 1900, d. 14 Dec 1950
James Stansel Regan+ b. 23 Oct 1902, d. 19 Jan 1972
Howard McCall Regan b. 29 Jan 1905, d. 7 Feb 1914
Mabel Christine Regan b. 28 Jan 1907, d. 16 Aug 1949
Earl Regan b. 26 Dec 1908, d. 16 Aug 1982
Lt. Col. Joseph Bunyan Regan+ b. 22 May 1912, d. 15 Feb 2012
Marvin Dixon Regan , Sr. 'Dixon'+ b. 10 Apr 1918, d. 23 Oct 2003

James Stansel Regan

M, #3368, b. 23 October 1902, d. 19 January 1972
Birth Record, James Stansel Regan
Margaret & James Regan
James Regan and daughter Joan Regan.
James Regan and grandson Tom Regan in Phil., PA
James Regan
James Regan
Last Edited: 26 Sep 2012
  • Biography*: Name & Parents Sources: David H. Regan, Indiv.# 39578.

    Moved to New York City in the early 1930's.
  • Birth*: James was born on 23 Oct 1902. Date Source: The Eliza Meares [Stansel] Regan, Indiv.# 3367, Family Bible.

    Place Source: David H. Regan, Indiv.# 39578..
  • Residence*: He resided in 1910 at Lumberton, Robeson County, NC, 1910 census.. 1910 census..
  • Residence: He resided in 1920 at Lumberton, Robeson County, NC, 1920 census. 1920 census.
  • Marriage*: He married Margaret Sarah Madara circa 1922.
  • Divorce*: James Stansel Regan and Margaret Sarah Madara were divorced.
  • Death*: James died on 19 Jan 1972 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA, at age 69. Date & Place Sources: The Evening Bulletin, Philadelphia, PA, Obituary, 26 Jan., 1972.
  • Burial*: His body was buried in Jan 1972 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA. Hillside Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Dr. James DeWitt Regan 'Dewitt' b. 8 Nov 1873, d. 15 Aug 1922
Mother: Eliza Meares Stansel b. 24 Sep 1874, d. 10 Mar 1926

Family:

Margaret Sarah Madara b. 1916, d. 1987

Child:

Joan Carolyn Regan+ b. 3 Jul 1934, d. 22 Apr 2012

Lt. Col. Joseph Bunyan Regan

M, #3369, b. 22 May 1912, d. 15 February 2012
Gravestone
Last Edited: 12 Oct 2016
  • Biography*: Name & Parents Source: self.

    Joseph B. Regan, 99, formerly of Robeson County, passed away in Jacksonville, Fla., on Feb. 15, 2012.

    He was born in Lumberton, N.C., on May 22, 1912. He was the son of Dr. James DeWitt and Eliza Stansel Regan, and enlisted in the U.S. Army in April 1941. After attending Financial Officer's Candidate School, he was one of the first 401st bomb group members to be sent to the new B17 base in Deenethorpe, England, as financial officer in disbursement, and served in that capacity through the end of World War II.

    After the war he continued as a financial officer with the Army, serving two tours in Europe, one in Korea, at the Pentagon, and as chief of finance and accounting at Walter Reid Army Medical Center, as well as numerous other stateside assignments, advancing to lieutenant colonel before retiring in July 1965.

    He was a member of the 401st Bomb Group Association, Chestnut Street Methodist Church in Lumberton, and Ortega United Methodist Church in Jacksonville.

    He was preceded in death by his former wife, Lena Logan Regan; his parents, Dr. James DeWitt and Eliza Stansel Regan; his brothers, David Reid Regan, James Stansel Regan, Howard McCall Regan, and Earl Regan; and his sister, Mable Christine Regan.

    He is survived by his son, Joseph D. Regan of Raleigh, N.C.

    A graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday at Meadowbrook Cemetery in Lumberton, the Rev. Steve Little officiating Online condolences may be made by visiting www.floydmortuary.net.
  • Birth*: Joseph was born on 22 May 1912 at Lumberton, Robeson County, NC. Date Source: The Eliza Meares [Stansel] Regan, Indiv.# 3367, Family Bible.

    Place Source: David H. Regan, Indiv.# 39578..
  • Residence: He resided in 1920 at Lumberton, Robeson County, NC, 1920 census. 1920 census.
  • Marriage*: He married Lena Crain Logan on 19 Apr 1947. Date Source: self..
  • Residence: He resided at Atlanta, Fulton County, GA.
  • Residence: He resided in 1992 at Jacksonville, FL, 32210, 4335 Melrose Avenue. 4335 Melrose Avenue.
  • Residence*: He resided in Jun 2004 at Jacksonville, FL, 32244-2325, 4158 Trieste Place.
    Date & Place Source: self.. 4158 Trieste Place.
    Date & Place Source: self..
  • Death*: Lt. Col. Joseph Bunyan Regan died on 15 Feb 2012 at Jacksonville, Duval County, FL, at age 99.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Lumberton, Robeson County, NC. Meadowbrook Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Dr. James DeWitt Regan 'Dewitt' b. 8 Nov 1873, d. 15 Aug 1922
Mother: Eliza Meares Stansel b. 24 Sep 1874, d. 10 Mar 1926

Family:

Lena Crain Logan b. 9 Nov 1909, d. 29 Nov 1986

Marvin Dixon Regan , Sr. 'Dixon'

M, #3370, b. 10 April 1918, d. 23 October 2003
Last Edited: 13 Sep 2014
  • Biography*: Name & Parents Source: David H. Regan, Indiv.# 39578 and Charlotte Regan, Indiv.# 108653.
  • Birth*: Marvin was born on 10 Apr 1918 at Lumberton, Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence: He resided in 1920 at Lumberton, Robeson County, NC, 1920 census.
  • Residence*: He resided in Apr 2002 at Jacksonville, FL, 32208-3110, 1340 Ribalt Scenic Drive
    Date & Place Source: David H. Regan, Indiv.# 39578.. 1340 Ribalt Scenic Drive
    Date & Place Source: David H. Regan, Indiv.# 39578..
  • Death*: Marvin died on 23 Oct 2003 at age 85. Date Source: Charlotte Regan, Indiv.# 108653.

Parents:

Father: Dr. James DeWitt Regan 'Dewitt' b. 8 Nov 1873, d. 15 Aug 1922
Mother: Eliza Meares Stansel b. 24 Sep 1874, d. 10 Mar 1926

Earl Regan

M, #3371, b. 26 December 1908, d. 16 August 1982
Gravestone
Last Edited: 12 Oct 2016

Parents:

Father: Dr. James DeWitt Regan 'Dewitt' b. 8 Nov 1873, d. 15 Aug 1922
Mother: Eliza Meares Stansel b. 24 Sep 1874, d. 10 Mar 1926

Howard McCall Regan

M, #3372, b. 29 January 1905, d. 7 February 1914
Gravestone
Last Edited: 12 Oct 2016

Parents:

Father: Dr. James DeWitt Regan 'Dewitt' b. 8 Nov 1873, d. 15 Aug 1922
Mother: Eliza Meares Stansel b. 24 Sep 1874, d. 10 Mar 1926

Mabel Christine Regan

F, #3373, b. 28 January 1907, d. 16 August 1949
Gravestone
Last Edited: 12 Oct 2016

Parents:

Father: Dr. James DeWitt Regan 'Dewitt' b. 8 Nov 1873, d. 15 Aug 1922
Mother: Eliza Meares Stansel b. 24 Sep 1874, d. 10 Mar 1926

Clyde Dennis Hargrove

M, #3374
Last Edited: 12 Oct 2016
  • Biography*: Name Source: David H. Regan, Indiv.# 39578.
  • Birth*: Clyde was born.
  • Marriage*: He married Mabel Christine Regan on 14 Jun 1933 at High Point, NC. Date Source: David H. Regan, Indiv.# 39578..

Family:

Mabel Christine Regan b. 28 Jan 1907, d. 16 Aug 1949

Orville Hildebrand

M, #3386
Last Edited: 9 Oct 2015
  • Birth*: Orville was born.
  • Marriage*: He married Helen Taft Ward before 1932.

Family:

Helen Taft Ward b. 25 Apr 1909

Joel Bledsoe Drake

M, #3387
Last Edited: 25 Mar 2016
  • Birth*: Joel was born.
  • Marriage*: He married Helen Taft Ward on 1 Sep 1941.

Family:

Helen Taft Ward b. 25 Apr 1909

Robert Ulysess Perryman , Sr.

M, #3388, b. 31 May 1933, d. 5 January 1971
Last Edited: 28 Apr 2012
  • Biography*: Name Reference - Bobbie [Perryman] Wagner, Indiv. #105386.
  • Birth*: Robert was born on 31 May 1933.
  • Death*: Robert died on 5 Jan 1971 at age 37. Date Reference - Bobbie [Perryman] Wagner, Indiv. #105386.

Parents:

Father: Raymond Leonard Perryman b. 23 Jan 1910, d. 29 Mar 1997
Mother: Emma Robertson

Frances A. Burton

F, #3392
Last Edited: 9 Oct 2015

Family:

Dr. William Wesley Ward b. 23 Mar 1870, d. 18 Jun 1945

Child:

Chester Archie Ward b. 24 Sep 1893, d. 14 Oct 1980

Chester Archie Ward

M, #3393, b. 24 September 1893, d. 14 October 1980
Last Edited: 9 Oct 2015

Parents:

Father: Dr. William Wesley Ward b. 23 Mar 1870, d. 18 Jun 1945
Mother: Frances A. Burton

Family:

Hilda ??

F, #3394
Last Edited: 9 Oct 2015

Family:

Chester Archie Ward b. 24 Sep 1893, d. 14 Oct 1980

Kermit Maurice Ward

F, #3395, b. 6 April 1905, d. 13 March 1991
Last Edited: 9 Oct 2015

Parents:

Father: Dr. William Wesley Ward b. 23 Mar 1870, d. 18 Jun 1945
Mother: Carya Ann Margaret Bond b. 5 Aug 1875, d. 15 Dec 1963

Family 1:

Family 2:

Earl B. Thompson

M, #3396
Last Edited: 9 Oct 2015

Family:

Kermit Maurice Ward b. 6 Apr 1905, d. 13 Mar 1991

Edgar S. Toombs

M, #3397
Last Edited: 9 Oct 2015

Family:

Kermit Maurice Ward b. 6 Apr 1905, d. 13 Mar 1991

Solomon Ward

M, #3398
Last Edited: 16 Sep 2014

Family:

Mary Ann Hill?

Child:

Simeon Perry Ward+ b. 22 Dec 1845, d. 16 Dec 1891

Mary Ann Hill?

F, #3399
Last Edited: 16 Sep 2014
  • Birth*: Mary was born.
  • Marriage*: She married Solomon Ward.

Family:

Solomon Ward

Child:

Simeon Perry Ward+ b. 22 Dec 1845, d. 16 Dec 1891

William A. Stone

M, #3400, b. circa 1852
Last Edited: 27 Dec 2015

Family:

Susan Catherine Regan b. 29 Mar 1852, d. 17 Feb 1929