Nancy E. Regan or Reagen

F, #401, b. 1781, d. after 1830
Last Edited: 16 Nov 2014
  • Biography*: NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. Pages 39-40. 14 Aug. 1795. Nancy Regan is mentioned in her father's, Captain Ralph Regan, Will. Nancy Regan inherited some land with the amount to be specified at the estate division. See Captain Ralph Regan [Indv. #26].
  • Birth*: Nancy was born in 1781 at Bladen/Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married Marmaduke Howell on 27 Apr 1798.
  • Death*: Nancy died after 1830 at Coffee County, AL. Probably in.

Parents:

Father: Captain Ralph Regan b. c 1736, d. 1795
Mother: Darphe Millie? Thomas 'Dollie' b. c 1748, d. 1795

Family:

Marmaduke Howell b. 20 Sep 1773, d. 29 Nov 1857

Children:

Polly Howell b. c 1799
Joseph B. Howell+ b. 1801
James William Howell+ b. 11 Sep 1805, d. 6 Jul 1876
Harriet Howell+ b. c 1807
Sarah? Anna Jane Howell 'Faithie'+ b. 1810
Ruth Howell+ b. c 1812
Daniel John Howell+ b. 1815, d. c 1885
Benjamin Howell+ b. 1826
Shadrack Howell
Raeford Howell 'Ralph'+ b. 1826
Thomas Howell+ b. c 1828
Dennis Howell+ b. 11 Aug 1829, d. 21 Aug 1913

Martha Regan

F, #402, b. circa 1774, d. after 1844
Last Edited: 24 May 2012
  • Biography*: 14 AUG., 1795.
    NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. Pages 39-40. 14 Aug. 1795. Martha Regan is mentioned in her father's, Captain Ralph Regan, Will. Martha Regan inherited some land with the amount to be specified at the estate division. See Captain Ralph Regan [Record #26].
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    To the Worshipful Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions of The County of Bladen now setting.

    The Petition of Martha Hester respectfully showeth:

    That the late Husband Thom. Hester has died intestate seized and possessed of considerable real estate, consisting of several tracts of land all lying and being in the County of Bladen, to wit, one tract of 400 acres on both sides of the Bearford Swamp patented by Wm. Russ, one tract of 180 acres joining the above called the Russ land, one tract of 181 acres joining the last mentioned tract on the West side of the Bearford Swamp, one tract of 425 acres joining the last mentioned tract on the N.W. side of the Bearford Swamp & joining the plantation on which the said Thos. Hester resided in his lifetime, One tract of 619 acres joining the above on the E. side of the Bearford Swamp patented by Thos. Owen dec'd. and 181 acres on the big Cedar Bay patented by Jas. Moorhead, dec'd. Your petitioner further sheweth that the Heirs at Law of said Thos. Hester are Ralph Hester, John Hester, Sarah Jones wife of Reuben Jones, Molsey Hester, Josiah Hester, Milly Hester, Dan'l. Hester, Eliz'th Hester & Ephr'm. Hester. Your petitioner humbly prays the Court to issue there writ of dower to the Sheff. of Bladen County commanding him to allot to your petitioner according to law her dower To-Wit one third of all the real estate as above set forth of which her dec'd. husband , the said Thos. Hester died seized & possessed & or in duty bound she will ever pray &c.

    Wm. J. Cowan

    Solr. for Petitioner

    A copy from the original

    Attest. P. Kelly, Clk.
  • Birth*: Martha was born circa 1774 at Bladen/Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married Thomas Hester , Sr. circa 1796 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Martha died after 1844 at MS.

Parents:

Father: Captain Ralph Regan b. c 1736, d. 1795
Mother: Darphe Millie? Thomas 'Dollie' b. c 1748, d. 1795

Family:

Thomas Hester , Sr. b. c 1780, d. b 1830

Children:

Ralph Hester+ b. b 1800, d. c 1844
Mary Hester b. c 1802, d. c 1832
Jasper Hester+ b. c 1804
Sarah E. Hester+ b. c 1806
Thomas Hester , Jr.+ b. c 1808
Josiah Hester+ b. 1 Jan 1812, d. 8 Dec 1880
Ephraim Hester+ b. 15 Aug 1813, d. 4 Feb 1875
Maulsey Hester+ b. 1815
Daniel Thomas Hester+ b. 15 Feb 1816, d. 2 Sep 1884
John Hester b. b 1820
Amelia Hester+ b. c 1820, d. c 1860

Sarah McLaughlin

F, #403, b. circa 1784, d. circa 1850
Last Edited: 10 Nov 2014
  • Biography*: Of Robeson County, NC

    NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book Pages 430-434. 10 Apr., 1843. Sarah is mentioned in her husband's, Joseph Regan, Sr., Will. Sarah inherited their plantation and 385 acres of land near the Wild Cat Branch. A Dugald McLauchlin is mentioned as being Sarah's nephew. See Joseph Regan, Sr. [Indv. #396]. 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC. 1850. Sarah is listed as 63 years old. Her son, Eli Regan, is listed as 32 years old and was living at home. Sarah's property evaluation was $300. Dwelling house #196. Sarah is next to her son's Ralph dwelling house #185.
  • Birth*: Sarah was born circa 1784.
  • Marriage*: She married Joseph Regan , Sr. on 20 Oct 1834 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Sarah died circa 1850.

Parents:

Father: ?? McLauchlin
Mother: ?? ??

Family:

Joseph Regan , Sr. b. 1769, d. 11 Aug 1843

Mary Rozier

F, #404, b. circa 1770, d. 4 May 1846
Last Edited: 16 Nov 2014

Family:

Daniel Regan b. c 1767, d. 19 Sep 1827

Children:

Joseph Regan+ b. c 1790, d. 14 Dec 1839
Emillia Regan 'Emily'+ b. c 1795, d. c 1880
Elias Daniel Regan+ b. 1802, d. 15 Apr 1838
Olive Regan b. c 1802
Martha Regan b. c 1802, d. a 1860
Charlotte Regan+ b. c 1807, d. 1860
Mary Elizabeth Ann Regan or Riggins 'Elizabeth'+ b. Jul 1810, d. Sep 1854

Emillia Regan 'Emily'

F, #405, b. circa 1795, d. circa 1880
Last Edited: 30 Dec 2015

Parents:

Father: Daniel Regan b. c 1767, d. 19 Sep 1827
Mother: Mary Rozier b. c 1770, d. 4 May 1846

Family:

John Smith b. c 1792, d. 28 Sep 1871

Children:

Daniel Jackson Smith+ b. 22 Dec 1814, d. 15 Dec 1898
William N.? R. Smith b. c 1816

John Smith

M, #406, b. circa 1792, d. 28 September 1871
Last Edited: 13 Jun 2004

Family:

Emillia Regan 'Emily' b. c 1795, d. c 1880

Children:

Daniel Jackson Smith+ b. 22 Dec 1814, d. 15 Dec 1898
William N.? R. Smith b. c 1816

Rev. Francis Parker

M, #407, b. circa 1763, d. 1830
Rev. Francis Parker Ordination paper. Note from Francis Bitter - "These papers currently reside in the historic archives at Lon Morris Junior College in Jacksonville, Texas. I met with the curator Rev. Faulk Landrum in 2007 and was allowed to photograph the paper. It is their pride and joy since it was signed by Francis Asbury."
Will of Francis Parker
Last Edited: 16 Nov 2014
  • Biography*: The Rev. Francis Parker's Elder's Parchment, issued by Bishop Francis Asbury of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 12 Dec., 1793, was presented to the TX Conference Historical Center on 13 Oct., 1958 at Lakeview, TX. The parchment is on display in the Lakeview United Methodist Assembly, History room, Elkhart, TX. Now moved to the historic archives at Lon Morris Junior College in Jacksonville, TX.

    Mr. Luther L. Singletary of 1117 Nottingham Dr., Angleton, TX 77515 received information from C. Franklin Grill, of Saint Pauls United Methodist Church, 400 West Broad Str. Saint Pauls, NC 28384 concerning Francis Parker who was ordained an Elder in the church at an annual conference held in NC beginning December 9, 1793. The ministerial appointments for Francis Parker is as follows:
    1790 Admitted on Trial, assigned to Broad Creek, S. C.
    1791 Ordained Deacon, assigned to Kingston, S. C.
    1792 Continued as Deacon, assigned to Edisto, S. C.
    1793 Continued as Deacon, assigned to Cherokee, N. C.
    Ordained and Elder in Church, December 12, 1973
    1794 Elder, assigned to Caswell, N. C. (Caswell Circuit in Caswell County)
    1795 No listing as an elder, Second man on Goshen Circuit, N. C.
    No further listing.

    Francis Parker's Will is recorded in WB I page 253 Robeson Co., NC. It was written 20 Jan 1830 and probated in May of that same year.
  • Birth*: Francis was born circa 1763 at Sampson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Sarah P. Regan on 5 Jan 1797 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence*: Rev. Francis Parker lived in 1810 at Robeson County, NC; 1810 Census, 12 people in the house.
  • Death*: Francis died in 1830 at Robeson County, NC.

Parents:

Father: John Parker b. c 1738, d. c 1803
Mother: Rachel Sessums b. c 1738

Family:

Sarah P. Regan b. 16 Apr 1779, d. 4 Oct 1857

Children:

Mary Ann Maryann? Parker b. 6 Feb 1798, d. c 1817
Martha Parker+ b. 27 May 1799, d. c 1880
Ralph Regan Parker+ b. 24 Mar 1802, d. 8 Dec 1861
Ammila Emelia? Amelia? Emily? Thomas Parker+ b. 31 Mar 1804, d. 3 Jan 1862
?? Parker b. c 1806
Harriote Harriett? Harriette? Hale Parker+ b. 25 Sep 1809, d. 30 Mar 1883
Sarah Regan Parker+ b. 17 Aug 1812, d. 20 Jun 1849

Josiah Singletary

M, #408, b. 24 October 1763, d. 18 September 1843
Last Edited: 8 Oct 2013
  • Birth*: Josiah was born on 24 Oct 1763.
  • Marriage*: He married Sarah P. Regan on 9 Jul 1833.
  • Death*: Josiah died on 18 Sep 1843 at age 79.

Family:

Sarah P. Regan b. 16 Apr 1779, d. 4 Oct 1857

Marmaduke Howell

M, #409, b. 20 September 1773, d. 29 November 1857
Last Edited: 16 Nov 2014
  • Birth*: Marmaduke was born on 20 Sep 1773.
  • Marriage*: He married Nancy E. Regan or Reagen on 27 Apr 1798.
  • Death*: Marmaduke died on 29 Nov 1857 at age 84.

Parents:

Family:

Nancy E. Regan or Reagen b. 1781, d. a 1830

Children:

Polly Howell b. c 1799
Joseph B. Howell+ b. 1801
James William Howell+ b. 11 Sep 1805, d. 6 Jul 1876
Harriet Howell+ b. c 1807
Sarah? Anna Jane Howell 'Faithie'+ b. 1810
Ruth Howell+ b. c 1812
Daniel John Howell+ b. 1815, d. c 1885
Benjamin Howell+ b. 1826
Shadrack Howell
Raeford Howell 'Ralph'+ b. 1826
Thomas Howell+ b. c 1828
Dennis Howell+ b. 11 Aug 1829, d. 21 Aug 1913

Eli Terry Regan

M, #410, b. 5 August 1817, d. 5 July 1888
Eli T. Regan gravestone
Last Edited: 9 Nov 2014
  • Biography*: Occupation: Farmer.

    April 1843.
    NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book Pages 430-434. 10 Apr., 1843. Eli is mentioned in his father's, Joseph Regan, Sr., Will. Eli inherited 60 acres of land on the North West side of Wild Cat Branch and the plantation with 385 acres in Robeson County, NC upon the death of his mother. See Joseph Regan, Sr. [Indv. #396].

    June 1847.
    Eli and Neil/Neal Regan gave two acres of land to set aside for building Regan Methodist Church.

    1850 Census, Robeson County, NC. 1850. Eli is listed as 32 years old, living at home, with occupation as a farmer.

    C.S.A. records, page 159, 59th Regiment (Robeson County) [NC], 2nd lieutenants, lists: Regan, Eli T., Oct 7, 1861, St. Paul's District.
  • Birth*: Eli was born on 5 Aug 1817 at Howellsville, Robeson County, NC. Date source: Gravestone..
  • Marriage*: He married Isabella Crawford on 10 Oct 1854 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence: Eli Terry Regan lived in 1870 at Howellsville, Robeson County, NC; 1870 Census, listed as Eli Regan.
  • Residence*: He resided in 1880 at Howellsville, Robeson County, NC, 1880 census, head of household, listed as Eli T. Regan..
  • Death*: Eli died on 5 Jul 1888 at Howellsville, Robeson County, NC, at age 70. Date source: Gravestone.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Robeson County, NC. Regan United Methodist Church.

    Gravestone has - "In memory of Eli T. Regan. born Aug. 5, 1817. Died July 5, 1888. Aged, 70 yrs & 11 mons. An honest man is the noblest work of God.".

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. 1769, d. 11 Aug 1843
Mother: Sarah Malloy b. c 1774, d. c 1832

Family:

Isabella Crawford b. 8 Sep 1825, d. 28 Feb 1905

Children:

Duncan Crawford Regan , Sr. 'D.C.'+ b. 1 Sep 1855, d. 27 Apr 1943
Dorothy Amelia Regan 'Millie or Amelia'+ b. 24 Dec 1857, d. 28 Apr 1939
John Cabriel Breckenridge Regan , Sr.+ b. 5 Oct 1860, d. 24 Feb 1937
Mary Jane Regan+ b. 13 May 1864, d. 14 May 1893

Robert Anderson Alexander? Regan , Sr.

M, #411, b. 11 June 1800, d. 15 June 1853
Last Edited: 2 Nov 2015
  • Biography*: Or Ragan

    NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book Pages 430-434. 10 Apr., 1843. Robert A. Regan is mentioned in his father's, Joseph Regan, Sr., Will. See Joseph Regan, Sr. [Record #396].

    Robertson Alexander Regan?
  • Birth*: Robert was born on 11 Jun 1800 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Mary Evans 'Polly' on 22 Oct 1822.
  • Residence*: He resided in 1850 at Pulaski County, GA.
  • Death*: Robert died on 15 Jun 1853 at Pulaski County, GA, at age 53.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Pulaski County, GA.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. 1769, d. 11 Aug 1843
Mother: Sarah Malloy b. c 1774, d. c 1832

Family:

Mary Evans 'Polly' b. c 1800, d. 1893

Children:

Linius Regan
Mary Evans Regan+ b. c 1823
Flora Jane Regan or Ragan 'Jane'+ b. 27 Feb 1826, d. 23 Sep 1906
Alexander Ragan , Sr.+ b. 6 Mar 1827, d. 12 Dec 1912
Timothy Regan b. c 1828
Julia Ann Regan or Ragan+ b. c 1829
Robert Regan , Jr. b. c 1836
Jas. Regan b. c 1838
Dorothy Regan b. 1842
Nancy Regan b. c 1848

Daniel Asbury Regan

M, #412, b. August 1817, d. 1876
Gravestone
Inscription:
Daniel Asbury Regan Consort of Rebecca A Regan.
Gravestone
Last Edited: 10 Nov 2014
  • Biography*: NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book Pages 430-434. 10 Apr., 1843. Daniel A. Regan is mentioned in his father's, Joseph Regan, Sr., Will. Daniel inherited 100 acres of land in Robeson County, NC. See Joseph Regan, Sr. [Indv. #396].

    Nash Odom, Family Research. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book. Page 16. 18 Dec., 1848. The bond date of the marriage between Daniel A. Regan and Rebecca Ann McNatt was December 18, 1843. Bondsmen were William Baker and Edward B. Patterson. Witnessed by Sdh. (Shadrack) Howell.

    1850 Census, NC, Robeson County. 1850. Daniel is listed as 33 years old.

    He was a member of St. Pauls Methodist Church, St. Pauls, NC.
  • Birth*: Daniel was born in Aug 1817 at Robeson County, NC. Per 1850 census. 2 Aug. 1815?.
  • Marriage*: He married Rebecca Ann McNatt on 18 Dec 1848 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence*: He resided in 1850 at Robeson County, NC, Southern part of Robeson County, 1850 census. Dwelling #206. Listed with wife Rebecca A. (born 1829), and son Thomas (born 1842)..
  • Death*: Daniel died in 1876 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Parkton, Robeson County, NC. McNatt Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. 1769, d. 11 Aug 1843
Mother: Sarah Malloy b. c 1774, d. c 1832

Family:

Rebecca Ann McNatt b. 17 Oct 1826, d. 7 May 1897

Child:

Thomas Regan b. 1842

Ralph Regan , Sr.

M, #413, b. 27 September 1796, d. 17 April 1861
Last Edited: 20 Dec 2014
  • Biography*: Occupation: Cooper.

    10 APR., 1843.
    NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC, pages 430-434. A copy is in the Regan Reference Books. Ralph Regan is mentioned in his father's, Joseph Regan, Sr., Will. See Joseph Regan, Sr. [Indv. #396].

    1850.
    Census Records of Robeson County, NC. Ralph Regan is listed with a 1800 birthdate. Dwelling house #185. He was next to his mother's Sarah dwelling house #196.
  • Birth*: Ralph was born on 27 Sep 1796 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married ?? Parker before 1818.
  • Marriage*: He married Elizabeth Wishart on 12 Dec 1818 at Robeson County, NC. Marriage record. Sdh. Howell - bondsman, Richard C. Bunting - Witness..
  • Marriage*: He married Elizabeth Musselwhite on 26 Feb 1826 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence*: Ralph Regan , Sr. lived at Meadows, Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Ralph died on 17 Apr 1861 at Robeson County, NC, at age 64.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Robeson County, NC.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. 1769, d. 11 Aug 1843
Mother: Sarah Malloy b. c 1774, d. c 1832

Family 1:

?? Parker b. c 1806

Family 2:

Elizabeth Wishart b. 1806

Children:

Susan F. Regan+ b. 7 Nov 1819, d. 14 Jun 1895
Jonathan Johnathon? Wishart Regan+ b. 1822

Family 3:

Elizabeth Musselwhite b. c 1807

Children:

Kitsey Regan+ b. 1826, d. 1890
Dorothy Regan 'Dollie'+ b. 18 Nov 1829, d. 23 Jul 1906
Charlotte Regan+ b. c 1833
Caroline Regan+ b. 26 Jun 1836, d. 28 Apr 1912
Elizabeth Regan+ b. 1 Mar 1841, d. 5 Mar 1911
Ralph Regan , Jr. b. 1841, d. 6 Jul 1863
Sarah Regan 'Sally' b. 14 Sep 1843, d. 23 Jul 1914

Joseph Samuel Jenkins Regan

M, #414, b. 7 August 1812, d. 13 December 1883
Gravestone
Joseph S. Regan, Born 1812, Died 1883, Aged 71 yrs.
Mary, wife of Joseph S. Regan, Born 1811, Died 1882, Aged 71 yrs.
Father let thy grace be given that we may meet in heaven.
Last Edited: 23 Feb 2017
  • Biography*: Occupation: Farmer

    10 APR., 1843.
    NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book Pages 430-434. 10 Apr., 1843. Joseph S. J. Regan is mentioned in his father's, Joseph Regan, Sr., Will. See Joseph Regan, Sr. [Indv. #396].

    1850.
    Kate Britt Biggs, Cora Britt Lipkey, 1850 Census of Robeson County, NC, in custody of Robeson County Library. Page 65. 1850. Census lists Joseph Regan with a birth date of 1815, occupation as a farmer, property evaluation of $1000, dwelling #195. He was directly next to his mother Sarah who had dwelling #196.
  • Birth*: Joseph was born on 7 Aug 1812 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Mary Baker on 29 Jan 1835. Married. In Robeson County [NC] on the 29th [January 29th, 1835] , Mr.Joseph Rigan [REGAN], to Miss Mary Baker. [Fayetteville Observer, Fayetteville, NC-02/03/1835].
  • Residence*: He resided in 1850 at Robeson County, NC, Southern division, 1850 census.
  • Death*: Joseph died on 13 Dec 1883 at Robeson County, NC, at age 71.
  • Burial*: His body was interred at Robeson County, NC. Ten Mile Baptist Church Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. 1769, d. 11 Aug 1843
Mother: Sarah Malloy b. c 1774, d. c 1832

Family:

Mary Baker b. 1811, d. 1882

Children:

Eliza Melinda Regan 'Melinda'+ b. 23 Aug 1835, d. 9 May 1909
Donaldson Regan b. c 1838
Dr. Onslow Meigs Regan , Sr. MD or Reagan+ b. 17 Jan 1839, d. Jan 1926
Joseph Regan , III+ b. 10 Mar 1841, d. 29 Jan 1920
Dollie Regan or Dolly b. 30 May 1843, d. 14 Sep 1872
Addison D. Regan+ b. 30 Jun 1845, d. 29 Jul 1930
Mary Regan b. c 1849
Sallie Regan b. c 1853, d. 12 May 1913
Nancy Regan+ b. 1 Mar 1857, d. 19 Apr 1924

John A. Regan

M, #415, b. 11 July 1810, d. 1847
Last Edited: 16 Nov 2014
  • Biography*: NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book Pages 430-434. 10 Apr., 1843. John A. Regan is mentioned in his father's, Joseph Regan, Sr., Will. See Joseph Regan, Sr. [Record #396].
  • Birth*: John was born on 11 Jul 1810 at Robeson County, NC. 12 July, 1812?.
  • Marriage*: He married Penelope Blount on 8 Nov 1843 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: John died in 1847 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Robeson County, NC. Probably.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. 1769, d. 11 Aug 1843
Mother: Sarah Malloy b. c 1774, d. c 1832

Family:

Rebecca Ann McNatt

F, #416, b. 17 October 1826, d. 7 May 1897
Gravestone
Last Edited: 26 Nov 2012
  • Biography*: 18 DEC., 1848 Nash Odom, Family Research, page 16. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book. The bond date of the marriage between Daniel A. Regan and Rebecca Ann McNatt was December 18, 1843. Bondsmen were William Baker and Edward B. Patterson. Witnessed by Sdh. [Shadrack] Howell. 1850 1850 Census, NC, Robeson County. Rebecca A. is listed as 21 years old.
  • Birth*: Rebecca was born on 17 Oct 1826. 1829 per 1850 census.
  • Marriage*: She married Daniel Asbury Regan on 18 Dec 1848 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence*: She resided in 1850 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Rebecca died on 7 May 1897 at age 70.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Parkton, Robeson County, NC. McNatt Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: John McNatt , Sr. b. 14 Jun 1795, d. 25 Feb 1845
Mother: Nancy Ann Drury b. 28 Jul 1801, d. 10 Dec 1861

Family:

Daniel Asbury Regan b. Aug 1817, d. 1876

Child:

Thomas Regan b. 1842

Thomas Regan

M, #417, b. 1842
Last Edited: 17 Apr 2006
  • Biography*: 1842 date is before parent's marriage! Check other sources.
  • Birth*: Thomas was born in 1842.
  • Residence*: He resided in 1850 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Thomas died.
  • Burial*: His body was buried.

Parents:

Father: Daniel Asbury Regan b. Aug 1817, d. 1876
Mother: Rebecca Ann McNatt b. 17 Oct 1826, d. 7 May 1897

Isabella Crawford

F, #418, b. 8 September 1825, d. 28 February 1905
Isabella [Crawford] Regan
Last Edited: 11 Oct 2014
  • Biography*: Name & Parents Sources: Jane Williamson, Indiv.# 39526.

    Gravestone has "Isabella Crawford."
  • Birth*: Isabella was born on 8 Sep 1825 at Howellsville, Robeson County, NC. Date Source: Gravestone..
  • Marriage*: She married Eli Terry Regan on 10 Oct 1854 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence: She resided in 1880 at Howellsville, Robeson County, NC, 1880 census, listed as Isabella Regan..
  • Residence*: She resided in 1900 at Howellsville, Robeson County, NC, 1900 census, living with son, John Regan, listed as widowed, listed as Isabela Regan.
  • Death*: Isabella died on 28 Feb 1905 at Howellsville, Robeson County, NC, at age 79. Date Source: Gravestone.

    Gravestone has "Faithful to her trust, even unto death. Isabella Crawford, wife of Eli T. Regan, Born Sep. 8, 1825. Died Feb. 28, 1905. Age 79 Yrs. 5 Mos. 20 Ds.".
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Robeson County, NC. Regan United Methodist Church Cemetery. Buried beside Eli T. Regan, her husband..

Parents:

Father: Peter Crawford b. 16 Jun 1793, d. 11 Jul 1860
Mother: Mary McNish b. 15 Mar 1799, d. 10 Aug 1852

Family:

Eli Terry Regan b. 5 Aug 1817, d. 5 Jul 1888

Children:

Duncan Crawford Regan , Sr. 'D.C.'+ b. 1 Sep 1855, d. 27 Apr 1943
Dorothy Amelia Regan 'Millie or Amelia'+ b. 24 Dec 1857, d. 28 Apr 1939
John Cabriel Breckenridge Regan , Sr.+ b. 5 Oct 1860, d. 24 Feb 1937
Mary Jane Regan+ b. 13 May 1864, d. 14 May 1893

Elizabeth Musselwhite

F, #419, b. circa 1807
Last Edited: 10 Nov 2014

Parents:

Father: Milbes Milbea? Mebane? Milbey? Musselwhite b. 14 Sep 1750, d. 31 Aug 1835
Mother: Deborah Drury 'Deba' b. 1766, d. c 1838

Family:

Ralph Regan , Sr. b. 27 Sep 1796, d. 17 Apr 1861

Children:

Kitsey Regan+ b. 1826, d. 1890
Dorothy Regan 'Dollie'+ b. 18 Nov 1829, d. 23 Jul 1906
Charlotte Regan+ b. c 1833
Caroline Regan+ b. 26 Jun 1836, d. 28 Apr 1912
Elizabeth Regan+ b. 1 Mar 1841, d. 5 Mar 1911
Ralph Regan , Jr. b. 1841, d. 6 Jul 1863
Sarah Regan 'Sally' b. 14 Sep 1843, d. 23 Jul 1914

Charlotte Regan

F, #424, b. circa 1833
Last Edited: 22 Oct 2014
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC. 1850. Charlottie (e) is listed with a 1833 birthdate.
  • Birth*: Charlotte was born circa 1833.
  • Marriage*: She married George Washington Phillips , Sr. circa 1854.

Parents:

Father: Ralph Regan , Sr. b. 27 Sep 1796, d. 17 Apr 1861
Mother: Elizabeth Musselwhite b. c 1807

Caroline Regan

F, #425, b. 26 June 1836, d. 28 April 1912
Headstone of Caroline Regan Kinlaw.
Last Edited: 14 May 2014

Parents:

Father: Ralph Regan , Sr. b. 27 Sep 1796, d. 17 Apr 1861
Mother: Elizabeth Musselwhite b. c 1807

Family 1:

Thomas Wilson , Jr. b. 1832, d. 1865

Children:

Sarah C. Wilson b. 1854
Allelia? Atelia Wilson+ b. 20 Apr 1856, d. 23 Jun 1931
Thomas Wilson , III+ b. 22 May 1858, d. 6 May 1924
Noah Timothy Wilson b. 1860, d. 30 Dec 1949
Mary C. Wilson+ b. 1863, d. 6 Jun 1928
Caroline Wilson+ b. 13 Apr 1865, d. 9 Jan 1933
Susan E. Wilson+ b. 1869, d. 11 Jan 1949
Durushia Terrilla Wilson 'Rilla Mae or Lillie'+ b. 13 Aug 1871, d. 15 Jan 1943

Family 2:

Isham Archibald Kinlaw , Sr. b. 1815, d. a 1880

Children:

Isham Archibald? Kinlaw , Jr. 'I.M.'+ b. 19 Mar 1877, d. 14 Mar 1955
John Thomas Kinlaw+ b. 16 Oct 1878, d. 21 Jan 1959

Elizabeth Regan

F, #426, b. 1 March 1841, d. 5 March 1911
Last Edited: 22 Oct 2014
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC. 1850. Elizabeth is listed with a 1839 birthdate.

    In the 1910 census Elizabeth is listed as having only one living child which would be John Regan Barefoot.

    Name Source: Jean Moore, Indiv.# 108765.
  • Birth*: Elizabeth was born on 1 Mar 1841 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married London Barefoot 'Lundy' on 5 Apr 1860 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married Henry J. Musselwhite on 29 Nov 1866 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Elizabeth died on 5 Mar 1911 at Robeson County, NC, at age 70. Date Source: Gravestone..
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Robeson County, NC. On the old Oscar Musselwhite's Farm, just west of Regan United Methodist Church, east of Lumberton..

Parents:

Father: Ralph Regan , Sr. b. 27 Sep 1796, d. 17 Apr 1861
Mother: Elizabeth Musselwhite b. c 1807

Family 1:

London Barefoot 'Lundy' b. 1833, d. 30 Sep 1863

Children:

John Regan Barefoot+ b. 21 Jan 1861, d. 10 Dec 1895
Lorena Elizabeth Barefoot+ b. 1862, d. b 1910

Family 2:

Henry J. Musselwhite b. 6 Mar 1839, d. 5 Mar 1918

Children:

William Musselwhite b. c 1866
Flora Musselwhite (twin) b. Jul 1869, d. b 1900
Jane Winney Musselwhite 'Winney' (twin) b. Jul 1869, d. b 1900

Ralph Regan , Jr.

M, #427, b. 1841, d. 6 July 1863
Last Edited: 13 May 2014
  • Biography*: Occupation: Farmer.

    1850 Census, Robeson County, NC. 1850. Ralph, Jr. is listed with a 1842 birthdate.

    Weymouth T. Jordan, North Carolina Troops, 1861 - 1865, A Roster, Volume VI, Infantry, 1977, in custody of Virginia Beach Central Library, Virginia Beach, VA. Page 352. Private Ralph Regan, Company D, 18th Regiment NC Troops. Born in Robeson County where he resided as a farmer prior to enlisting in Robeson County at age 20, May 18, 1861 [born in 1841]. Present or accounted for until wounded at Hanover Court House, Virginia, May 27, 1862. Returned to duty in January/February, 1863, and was present or accounted for until killed at Hagerstown, MD, July 6, 1863. Served under the following Captains Norment William Stokes, Morgan C. T. Lee, and Alexander H. Moore.
  • Birth*: Ralph was born in 1841 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Ralph died on 6 Jul 1863 at Hagerstown, MD. Killed in Civil War..

Parents:

Father: Ralph Regan , Sr. b. 27 Sep 1796, d. 17 Apr 1861
Mother: Elizabeth Musselwhite b. c 1807

Sarah Regan 'Sally'

F, #428, b. 14 September 1843, d. 23 July 1914
Last Edited: 22 Oct 2014
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC. 1850. Sally is listed with a 1843 birthdate.
  • Birth*: Sarah was born on 14 Sep 1843.
  • Marriage*: She married John W. Musselwhite on 8 Mar 1866 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Sarah died on 23 Jul 1914 at Robeson County, NC, at age 70.

Parents:

Father: Ralph Regan , Sr. b. 27 Sep 1796, d. 17 Apr 1861
Mother: Elizabeth Musselwhite b. c 1807

Family:

John W. Musselwhite b. 17 Mar 1842, d. 22 Dec 1914

Mary Baker

F, #429, b. 1811, d. 1882
Joseph S. Regan, Born 1812, Died 1883, Aged 71 yrs.
Mary, wife of Joseph S. Regan, Born 1811, Died 1882, Aged 71 yrs.
Father let thy grace be given that we may meet in heaven.
Last Edited: 23 Feb 2017
  • Biography*: 1850.
    Kate Britt Biggs, Cora Britt Lipkey, 1850 Census of Robeson County, NC, in custody of Robeson County Library. Page 65. Census lists Mary with a birth date of 1814.
  • Birth*: Mary was born in 1811 at NC. Date Source: Gravestone..
  • Marriage*: She married Joseph Samuel Jenkins Regan on 29 Jan 1835. Married. In Robeson County [NC] on the 29th [January 29th, 1835] , Mr.Joseph Rigan [REGAN], to Miss Mary Baker. [Fayetteville Observer, Fayetteville, NC-02/03/1835].
  • Residence*: She resided in 1850 at Robeson County, NC, Southern division, 1850 census.
  • Death*: Mary died in 1882 at Robeson County, NC. Date Source: Gravestone.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Robeson County, NC. Ten Mile Baptist Church Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: William Baker
Mother: Polly ??

Family:

Joseph Samuel Jenkins Regan b. 7 Aug 1812, d. 13 Dec 1883

Children:

Eliza Melinda Regan 'Melinda'+ b. 23 Aug 1835, d. 9 May 1909
Donaldson Regan b. c 1838
Dr. Onslow Meigs Regan , Sr. MD or Reagan+ b. 17 Jan 1839, d. Jan 1926
Joseph Regan , III+ b. 10 Mar 1841, d. 29 Jan 1920
Dollie Regan or Dolly b. 30 May 1843, d. 14 Sep 1872
Addison D. Regan+ b. 30 Jun 1845, d. 29 Jul 1930
Mary Regan b. c 1849
Sallie Regan b. c 1853, d. 12 May 1913
Nancy Regan+ b. 1 Mar 1857, d. 19 Apr 1924

Eliza Melinda Regan 'Melinda'

F, #430, b. 23 August 1835, d. 9 May 1909
Gravestone.
Last Edited: 10 Sep 2014
  • Biography*: Headstone has 'Malinda'.

    Kate Britt Biggs, Cora Britt Lipkey, 1850 Census of Robeson County, NC, in custody of Robeson County Library. Page 65. 1850. Census lists Eliza M. with a birth date of 1837.
  • Birth*: Eliza was born on 23 Aug 1835 at NC. Date Source: Headstone inscription..
  • Residence*: She resided in 1850 at Robeson County, NC, Southern division, 1850 census, living with parents..
  • Marriage*: She married Charles William Byrd , Sr. 'William or Bill' on 22 Jul 1869 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Eliza died on 9 May 1909 at Robeson County, NC, at age 73.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Robeson County, NC. Regan United Methodist Church.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Samuel Jenkins Regan b. 7 Aug 1812, d. 13 Dec 1883
Mother: Mary Baker b. 1811, d. 1882

Family:

Charles William Byrd , Sr. 'William or Bill' b. 23 Jan 1835, d. 6 Apr 1902

Children:

Mary Addie Byrd b. 15 Jun 1871
Fannie Fanny? Byrd+ b. 5 Oct 1873
Evander Byrd+ b. 22 Apr 1875

Donaldson Regan

M, #431, b. circa 1838
Last Edited: 14 Nov 2014
  • Biography*: Kate Britt Biggs, Cora Britt Lipkey, 1850 Census of Robeson County, NC, in custody of Robeson County Library. Page 65. 1850. Census lists Donaldson with a birth date of 1838.
  • Birth*: Donaldson was born circa 1838 at NC.
  • Residence*: He resided in 1850 at Robeson County, NC, Southern division, 1850 census, living with parents..

Parents:

Father: Joseph Samuel Jenkins Regan b. 7 Aug 1812, d. 13 Dec 1883
Mother: Mary Baker b. 1811, d. 1882

Dr. Onslow Meigs Regan , Sr. MD or Reagan

M, #432, b. 17 January 1839, d. January 1926
Newspaper article, Jul. 25, 1929.
Obituary, Jul. 15, 1929.
Dr. Onslow Reagan
Last Edited: 26 Mar 2012
  • Biography*: Or Reagan
    1910 census has Onslow Reagan.
    1900 census has Ongele/Ongila Reagen
    -----------------------------
    Explanation of listing:
    The first line: Village or City, Population of village, County
    Succeeding lines: Name of physician, school attended, and date first practiced medicine (and/or graduated), followed by other information such as offices or appointments held.

    Reagan, Onslow.-Ala.40-'82.
    --------------------------------------
         1850.
    Kate Britt Biggs, Cora Britt Lipkey, 1850 Census of Robeson County, NC, in custody of Robeson County Library. Page 65. 1850. Census lists Onslow Regan with a birth date of 1840.

    1861.
    Weymouth T. Jordan, North Carolina Troops, 1861 - 1865, A Roster, Volume VII, Infantry, 1977, in custody of Virginia Beach Central Library, Virginia Beach, VA. Page 318. Sergeant Onslow Regan, Company G, 24th Regiment, NC Troops. Born in Robeson County, NC where he resided as a student prior to enlisting in Robeson County at age 21, June 4, 1861 [born in 1840]. Mustered in as Corporal and was promoted to Sergeant on Oct. 1, 1861. Present or accounted for until discharged on May 7, 1862, by reason of "threatened phthisis pulmonalis" [tuberculosis of the lungs].

    Onslow graduated from Univ. of NC with a MD degree.
    Note, Source, UNC - Onslow Reagan received a ABSC degree which is designated as "AB-Special Civil War". He's marked as Class of 1867 but his degree award date is 6/11/1911. The ABSC is a special degree given by the University to Alumni that did not get a degree because the University closed down in 1864 because of the Civil War. In 1911 Onslow was invited to the commencement ceremonies by the University of NC and was given the honorary degree with the class of 1867. He entered UNC in 1863 and in 1864 the University closed down because of the Civil War. If the University had not closed down he would have graduated in 1867.
    ---------------------------------------------------
    The following is an abstract of a register found in the Tallapoosa County Court House, Dadeville, Alabama, in 1979. The old
    register, "Enumeration of Confederate Soldiers Residing in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, 1907," was first published in SOME PIONEERS OF TALLAPOOSA COUNTY, ALABAMA, by Sandra Scott Wilson, 1991.

    Reagan, Onslow of Alexander City, Al; born 17 Jan 1839, in Roberson County, North Carolina. Entered as private in spring 1861, at Weldon, North Carolina, in 14th North Carolina Regiment, Company G. Honorably discharged in fall 1863, at Washington, North Carolina.
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    Reagan, Onslow
    He was born Jan 17, 1839, he died after 1920.
    He enlisted as a private in Company B, 24th North Carolina Infantry. He filed for his pension in Tallapoosa County.
    -------------------------------------------------
    1911
    Book - History of the University of North Carolina, by Kemp Plummer, published 1912, Chapter - Battle Reunion of War Classes in 1911.
    "Dr. Frank S. Faison, with whom was Dr. Onslow Reagan and Hon. Benjamin D. Webb, made an appropriate response for 1867."
    ----------------------------------------
    Onslow moved from NC to Alexander City, AL.

    Onslow changed his name from Regan to Reagan.
  • Birth*: Onslow was born on 17 Jan 1839 at Lumberton, Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence: He resided in 1850 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Mary Delight Evans on 25 Sep 1866 at Talladega County, AL.
  • Residence*: He resided at Rockford, AL.
  • Marriage*: Dr. Onslow Meigs Regan , Sr. MD or Reagan married Hixie B. Harrison on 18 Aug 1889 at Tallapoosa County, AL.
  • Divorce*: Onslow was divorced from Mary Delight Evans.
  • Residence: He resided in 1900 at Alexander City, Tallapoosa County, AL.
  • Residence: He resided in 1910 at Tallapoosa County, AL, 1910 Census, Precinct 2, listed as Divorced.. 1910 Census, Precinct 2, listed as Divorced..
  • Residence: Dr. Onslow Meigs Regan , Sr. MD or Reagan lived in May 1913 at Alexander, AL.
  • Residence: He resided in 1920 at Alexander, Tallapoosa County, AL.
  • Death*: Onslow died in Jan 1926 at Alexander, Tallapoosa County, AL. Date Source: Death record.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Alexander, Tallapoosa County, AL. City Cemetery, unmarked grave.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Samuel Jenkins Regan b. 7 Aug 1812, d. 13 Dec 1883
Mother: Mary Baker b. 1811, d. 1882

Family 1:

Mary Delight Evans b. 13 Jan 1840, d. 29 Dec 1898

Children:

Mary Edith Regan 'Edie'+ b. 2 Jul 1867, d. 29 Mar 1900
Beatrice Baker Reagan+ b. 21 Jan 1869, d. 28 Sep 1961
Dacosta Regan or Reagan b. 26 Oct 1870, d. c 1872
Sallie Dixon Regan or Reagan+ b. 22 Dec 1871
Nina Swift Regan b. 26 Jun 1873, d. 6 Dec 1950
Joseph Levis Reagan or Regan+ b. 24 May 1875, d. 17 Apr 1955
Onslow Meigs Reagan , Jr. or Regan+ b. 15 Aug 1878, d. 18 Mar 1947
Eolia Evans Regan or Reagan+ b. 18 Feb 1880, d. 21 Dec 1961

Family 2:

Hixie B. Harrison b. 1854, d. 12 Mar 1919

Children:

Joseph Regan , III

M, #433, b. 10 March 1841, d. 29 January 1920
Joseph Regan
Last Edited: 1 Mar 2015
  • Biography*: Kate Britt Biggs, Cora Britt Lipkey, 1850 Census of Robeson County, NC, in custody of Robeson County Library. Page 65. 1850. Census lists Joseph Regan, Jr. [III] with a birth date of 1842.

    C.S.A., Company G, 24th Regiment, NC Troops, NC records, page 318, Regan, Joseph, Private, Resided in Robeson County and was by occupation a farmer prior to enlisting in Robeson County at age 21, Apr. 1, 1862 [born in 1841]. Present or accounted for until captured at or near Frederick, MD on or about Sept. 12, 1862. Confined at Fort Delaware, Delaware, until transferred to Aiken's Landing, James River, VA, Oct. 2, 1862, for exchange. Declared exchanged at Aiken's Landing on Nov. 10, 1862. Returned to duty prior to Jan. 1, 1863. Present or accounted for until paroled at Appomattox Court House, VA April 9, 1865.

    ----------------------------------------
    SALE OF LAND.

    By virtue of authority vested in me under
    a decree of the Superior Court of Robeson
    county entered at February Term 1899, in the
    case of O. C. Norment & Co., vs. Charles W.
    Regan et al. I will on the 5th day of June,
    1899, the same being the first Monday, offer for
    sale at public auction, for cash, at the door
    of the Court House, in the town of Lumberton,
    county of Robeson, and State of North Caroli-
    na, the following tract of land, situated in
    Howellsville Township, Robeson county, and
    adjoins the land of Joseph Regan, J. A. Camp-
    bell and others, containing sixty-nine acres,
    and being the same tract of land conveyed by
    Joseph Regan and wife to David A. Regan, by
    deed recorded in Book I. I. I., page 552, Regis-
    ter's office of Robeson county, and by David A.
    Regan to O. C. Norment & Co., by deed re-
    corded in Register's office of Robeson county
    in Book S. S. S., page 309; reference to above
    deeds is hereby made for a more complete
    description of said tract of land. This May
    1st, 1899.
    J. D. NORMENT.
    4w Commissioner.

    Source: Bill for above notice regarding it's appearance in the Robesonian Newspaper, NC Archives, C. R. 083.508. REGAN, DAVID A.

    Transcribed by Sam West.
  • Birth*: Joseph was born on 10 Mar 1841 at NC. Date Source: Gravestone..
  • Residence*: He resided in 1850 at Robeson County, NC, Southern division, 1850 census, living with parents.. Southern division, 1850 census, living with parents..
  • Marriage*: He married Emmaline Matilda McGeachy 'Emma' on 30 Nov 1865 at Robeson County, NC. Date Source: Marriage bond..
  • Residence: Joseph Regan , III lived in 1880 at Howellsville, Robeson County, NC; 1880 Census, Head of Household, listed as Joseph Regan.
  • Residence: He lived in May 1913 at Ten Mile, Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Joseph died on 29 Jan 1920 at NC at age 78. Date Source: Gravestone.

    Gravestone has " Joseph Regan, Mar. 10, 1841; Jan. 29, 1920. A citizen of the kingdom of heaven."
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Robeson County, NC. Regan United Methodist Church Cemetery..

Parents:

Father: Joseph Samuel Jenkins Regan b. 7 Aug 1812, d. 13 Dec 1883
Mother: Mary Baker b. 1811, d. 1882

Family:

Emmaline Matilda McGeachy 'Emma' b. 31 Jan 1842, d. 10 Jul 1894

Children:

William Walter Regan+ b. c 1867
David Alexander Regan b. 11 Jan 1869, d. 28 May 1895
Joseph Neal Regan 'Joe'+ b. 10 May 1871, d. 27 Oct 1949
Dr. James DeWitt Regan 'Dewitt'+ b. 8 Nov 1873, d. 15 Aug 1922
Dr. Charles Wyche Regan , Sr.+ b. 9 Sep 1874, d. 6 Apr 1933
Emily Mae Regan 'Mae'+ b. 10 May 1876, d. 3 Jul 1959
Dewitt Talage Talmage? Regan b. s 1881

Dollie Regan or Dolly

F, #434, b. 30 May 1843, d. 14 September 1872
Dollie, daughter of ? J. ? Mary Regan, ? 1843, ? 1872. Picture Source: Jonnie Flowers.
Last Edited: 18 Oct 2015
  • Biography*: Kate Britt Biggs, Cora Britt Lipkey, 1850 Census of Robeson County, NC, in custody of Robeson County Library. Page 65. 1850. Census lists Dolly with a birth date of 1843.
    ----------------------
    Gravestone has - Dollie, daughter of J & Mary Regan, 1843, 1872 (grave marker is broken and months/dates could not be read)
    ------------------.
  • Birth*: Dollie was born on 30 May 1843 at NC.
  • Residence*: She resided in 1850 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Dollie died on 14 Sep 1872 at age 29. Date Source: Gravestone has 1872..
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Robeson County, NC. Near Regan United Methodist Church in the Col. Neill Regan cemetery. On Regan Church Road, about 100 yards behind house #5337..

Parents:

Father: Joseph Samuel Jenkins Regan b. 7 Aug 1812, d. 13 Dec 1883
Mother: Mary Baker b. 1811, d. 1882

Addison D. Regan

M, #435, b. 30 June 1845, d. 29 July 1930
April 1927 - Addison Regan has his great-grandson, James Edward Lyle, in his lap in Colquitt Co, GA.
Sarah Willis Regan and her husband, Addison Regan, in Colquitt Co, GA. April 1927
Gravestone
Addison and his wife, Sarah Willis, are sitting in the chairs on the front row. Standing on the back row are: Essie Lou Hardy Lyle, William Albert Lyle, baby James Edward Lyle, Elizabeth Neal 'Bettie' Regan Lyle and James Benjamin Lyle.
Gravestone
(l-r) Lena Regan, Sallie Willis Regan, Addison D Regan and Bryan Regan
Marriage Record.
CSA Prisoner of War Record, lists Addison Regan
CSA Pension Application
CSA Pension Application
CSA Pension Application
CSA Pension Application
CSA Pension Application
Aug. 21, 1916 - Addison wrote a letter to the newspaper.
Sep. 4, 1928 - Addison wrote to the newspaper.
Jan. 7, 1929 - Addison tells of his Civil War experiences.
Apr. 3, 1930 - Article about Addison
Jul. 24, 1930 - Addison wrote a letter to the newspaper
Last Edited: 23 Jan 2013
  • Biography*: There is a Addison Regan listed in the 2nd Co. I, 36th Regiment NC Artillery, C.S.A. The listing is as follows: Regan, Addison, Private, enlisted in New Hanover County [NC] at age 17 [born 1846], June 28, 29, 1863 for the war. Present or accounted for through August 1864. Captured at Fort Fisher [NC] January 15, 1865 and confined at Elmira, NY, until paroled and exchanged at Boulware's Wharf, James River, VA, March 18-21, 1865.

    Addison was captured on Jan 15, 1865, at the 2nd Battle of Fort Fisher, NC, during the Civil War and locked up in a POW prison in Elmira, NY. Until the last few months of the Civil War, Ft. Fisher kept North Carolina's port of Wilmington open to blockade-runners supplying necessary goods to Confederate armies inland. By 1865, the supply line through Wilmington was the last remaining supply route open to Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. When Ft. Fisher fell after a massive Federal amphibious assault on January 13-15, 1865, its defeat helped seal the fate of the Confederacy. The Confederate garrison surrendered, opening the way for a Federal thrust against Wilmington, the South's last open seaport on the Atlantic coast. Addison was confined at Elmira, NY, until paroled and exchanged at Boulware's Wharf, James River, VA, March 18-21, 1865.


    Name: Addison Regan
    Age at enlistment: 17
    Enlistment Date: 28 Jun 1863
    Rank at enlistment: Private
    Enlistment Place: New Hanover County, NC
    State Served: North Carolina
    Service Record: Enlisted in Company Batty I, North Carolina Co. I 2nd Light Artillery Battery on 28 Jun 1863.
    Birth Date: abt 1846
    Sources: North Carolina Troops 1861-65, A Roster.
  • Birth*: Addison was born on 30 Jun 1845 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence*: He resided in 1850 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence: He lived in 1870 at Howellsville, Robeson County, NC; 1870 Census, lived near his parents. Occupation - Farmer.
  • Marriage*: He married Sarah Willis 'Sallie', daughter of Richard Mullington Willis and Elizabeth Span Baker Regan 'Betsy', on 28 May 1874 at Howellsville, Robeson County, NC; Date Source: Marriage Record.
    by Rev. Ira T. Wyche, Minister of Methodist Episcopal Church, Witnesses - S. P. McNair, John W. Smith, Duncan C. Regan.
  • Residence: Addison D. Regan lived in May 1913 at Sparks, GA.
  • Death*: Addison died on 29 Jul 1930 at Hartsfield, Colquitt County, GA, at age 85. Date Source: Death Record.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Funston, Colquitt County, GA. New Bethel Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Samuel Jenkins Regan b. 7 Aug 1812, d. 13 Dec 1883
Mother: Mary Baker b. 1811, d. 1882

Family:

Sarah Willis 'Sallie' b. 14 Feb 1852, d. 28 Sep 1930

Children:

Elizabeth Neal Regan 'Bettie'+ b. 15 Mar 1875, d. 15 May 1961
Lillie L. Regan+ b. Apr 1877, d. 7 Oct 1955
William D. Regan b. 29 Jan 1879, d. 20 Sep 1908
Edeth Lena Regan 'Lena' b. 2 Jul 1884, d. 13 Jul 1966
R. F. Regan b. 12 Jan 1886, d. 20 Jun 1894
Sarah Regan 'Sallie'+ b. 7 Jan 1888, d. 13 Feb 1972
Rosa Mae Regan b. Dec 1891, d. 29 Mar 1961
Bryan Regan b. 9 Mar 1896, d. 27 May 1924

Mary Regan

F, #436, b. circa 1849
Last Edited: 14 Nov 2014
  • Biography*: No marriage.

    Kate Britt Biggs, Cora Britt Lipkey, 1850 Census of Robeson County, NC, in custody of Robeson County Library. Page 65. 1850. Census lists Mary with a birth date of 1849.

    Deed... Witnesseth, that said Joseph S. J. Regan for and in consideration of the sum of $1,000.00 doth bargain, sell and convey to said Mary Regan and her bodily heirs a tract or parcel of land on Robeson County. ...
  • Birth*: Mary was born circa 1849 at NC.
  • Residence*: She resided in 1850 at Robeson County, NC, Southern division, 1850 census, living with parents.. Southern division, 1850 census, living with parents..
  • Residence: She lived in May 1913 at Ten Mile, Robeson County, NC.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Samuel Jenkins Regan b. 7 Aug 1812, d. 13 Dec 1883
Mother: Mary Baker b. 1811, d. 1882

Martha Regan

F, #437, b. 14 June 1802, d. circa 1832
Last Edited: 7 Oct 2003
  • Biography*: Nash Odom, Family Research, 1971, a copy is in the Regan Reference Book. Page 17. 5 May, 1832. The marriage bond between Martha Regan and John Bryan was dated May 5, 1832. The Bondsman was Joseph Regan and the Witness was Richard C. Bunting.

    NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book Pages 430-434. 10 Apr., 1843. Martha is mentioned as deceased in her father's, Joseph Regan, Sr., Will. See Joseph Regan, Sr. [Indv #396].
  • Birth*: Martha was born on 14 Jun 1802 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married John Bryan on 12 Feb 1825 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried in 1832 at Robeson County, NC. Probably.
  • Death*: Martha died circa 1832 at Robeson County, NC. Probably.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. 1769, d. 11 Aug 1843
Mother: Sarah Malloy b. c 1774, d. c 1832

Family:

John Bryan

Child:

John Bryan

M, #438
Last Edited: 26 Apr 1998
  • Biography*: Nash Odom, Family Research, 1971, a copy is in the Regan Reference Book. Page 17. 5 May, 1832. The marriage bond between Martha Regan and John Bryan was dated May 5, 1832. The Bondsman was Joseph Regan and the Witness was Richard C. Bunting.

    NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book Pages 430-434. 10 Apr., 1843. John Bryan is mentioned in his father-in-law's, Joseph Regan, Sr., Will. See Joseph Regan, Sr. [Record #396].
  • Birth*: John was born.
  • Marriage*: He married Martha Regan on 12 Feb 1825 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: John died.
  • Burial*: His body was buried.

Family:

Martha Regan b. 14 Jun 1802, d. c 1832

Child:

Sarah Jane Bryan

F, #439, b. before 1843
Last Edited: 26 Apr 1998
  • Biography*: NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book Pages 430-434. 10 Apr., 1843. Sarah Jane Byran is mentioned in her grandfather's, Joseph Regan, Sr., Will. See Joseph Regan, Sr. [Record #396]. 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC, 1850. A Sarah Bryant is listed with a birth date of 1832 and living in the household of William B. Thompson husband of Dorothy Regan. See William B. Thompson [Indv. # 482].
  • Birth*: Sarah was born before 1843.
  • Marriage*: She married Robert Downey.
  • Death*: Sarah died.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried.

Parents:

Father: John Bryan
Mother: Martha Regan b. 14 Jun 1802, d. c 1832

Family:

Elizabeth Spann Regan

F, #440, b. 27 October 1798, d. 12 February 1877
Picture by Jennifer Guin - Sep. 2004
Elizabeth Bryan, Bryan Cemetery, Bienville Parish, Louisiana. Picture taken by Elizabeth Bryan - 1981. Picture Source: Diana Quinn.
Letter from Elizabeth Spann Regan, front
letter, page 1
Elizabeth Spann Regan letter, page 2
Elizabeth Spann Regan, page 3
Reddick & Elizabeth Spann Regan Bryan. Picture Source: Diana [Bryan] Quinn.
Last Edited: 10 Oct 2015
  • Biography*: Name & Parents Sources: Ragan Pruitt.

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    1819.
    Elizabeth and her husband, Joseph Regan, Jr., and two sons, John and Span moved from Robeson County, NC to Pulaski County, GA about 1819.

    --------------------
    1826 - 1830.
    Note, Source: Ragan Pruitt -
          Elizabeth and her two sons and second husband, Reddick Bryan, lived in Pulaski County, GA, moved briefly to Twiggs County, GA, where he settled Amy Bryan's Estate in 1826 and there were some land bounty grants because of the orphans of Joseph Regan, Jr., and Elizabeth Spann Regan. They moved to Houston County, GA, about 1830.

    ---------------------------
    1839.
    Note, Source: Ragan Pruitt -
          Family moved to Bienville Parish, LA in 1839, leaving John Regan behind in Houston County, GA. Later John did move to LA.

    ----------------------
    1843.
    NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book Pages 430-434. 10 Apr., 1843. Elizabeth S. (Byrant) is mentioned in her father's, Joseph Regan, Sr., Will. See Joseph Regan, Sr. [Indv. #396].

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    1845.
    Note, Source: Ragan Pruitt.
    Letter to Span Ragan from his mother, Elizabeth Spann Regan Bryan
         
    Transcribed by Diana Bryan Quinn - Punctuation, grammar, and spelling are copied exactly as written

    Black Lake, LA
    Nov 18th
         Mr. Span Regan
    Fort Vally P.O.
    Houston County
          Ga

    [Page one]
    La. Claibourne Parish
    1845
    Nov the 16

    Dear Son,
          I received your letter on yesterday and was glad to hear from you and to hear that you were well but it did give me no satisfaction to hear of your condition with your condition that you were in. We have been generally healthy hear hear[here] this year but not so mouch so at this time we are all a labouring under verry bad colds at this time all the family both black and white and it is a general complaint all over this country We had a camp metting in one mile of us in October and we had a fine time of it There were but four tents but we had a good many hearers there were thirteen joined the church among the number General Wimberly Joshua Melvin J. Hunter Wim Wimberly and I could name a good many more But those were the hardest sinners that we got and I expect that you will be glad to hear that they are a trying .

    [Page two]

    My son I have seen more trouble this year about one thing or other than I ever saw in my life you wrote to use about your affairs hear we has been a try all the year to make some arrangements to send you some money but it appears like it is in vain I have got a little money and would sent it to you but I am a fraid for fear you will not get it you write that you do not get any letter from us but it is not our fault We have written several time Before we received this letter whthen we do not sent our letter to the write[right] place or not I can not say your wrote to us to direct our letter to fort valley and we done so there is one of our neighbors Mr. Williams that has money owing to him in Georgia and Mr. Bryan has been a trying to make some arrangements with him Mr. Williams brother then wrote to him that that he had collected some .

    [Page three]

    If fort vally is the nearist post office to you let us know it as we may not be mistaken, I had like to forget to tell you that we have got acquainted with a docter Kenney that says he knew you whin at colledge he is living out here in this settlement at this time The boys are single and so is Dorothy but it thought that Joseph will get maried shortly to Miss S. Wimberly but we are not shore[sure] it is the case Span I do wish you were here it seems sometimes like I can’t bear it. I am gitting old weekly and it appears like I wont live much longer I can’t hear half what I wance[once] could if Mr. Williams fails to git an answer soon we will have to send you a ceck again, or if any one was coming from there here and would pay you some money you could give them an order to us for it here. I mite talk a week about it for that is all I can do is to talk and I do hope that your bisness may soon be as it may git to you safe the family all sends there love to you your unchanging mother

    E. S. Bryan
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    1877.
    Note, Source: Diana Quinn - Elizabeth Span Regan Bryan - Obituary
    A copy of this obituary was sent to Diana Quinn by Julia Brittain, a descendant of Elizabeth's son, Tilman C. Bryan. Copies of this obituary and other Bryan records are in a vertical file compiled by Vera Meeks Wimberly at the Genealogy Library, Montgomery County Memorial Library, Conroe, Texas.

    "OBITUARY. For the "Rural Times".

          Died February 12th at 9 o’clock p.m. at the residence of J.B. Bryan, her son, Mrs. E. S. Bryan, aged 78 years.

          The subject of this memoriam was born in North Carolina and moved to Georgia at an early date, and from there to Bienville Parish, La., where she has been all the while doing all she could in behalf of Christ. She has been a member of the M. E. Church for may years. She was kind and lenient to all; did all she could both by words and actions, for those whom she thought loved Jesus. She was confined in bed nine weeks, during which time she had all the attention and all that human hands and hearts could contribute. She loved God and all his people and had unlimited faith in Jesus. She suffered very much at times, while at others was easy. She had been in delicate health for several years, but by the kind care of her family, she survived until the 12th of February 1877, when the lamp of existence went out. On the following morning we saw the cold form as it lay in the arms of death, a large family and a large circle of friends to morn her loss. She was buried at the Bryan grave yard at Liberty Chapel Church, were, after the burial services, we heard the heavy sound of sod die out as though at a distance, and the sobs of the family and friends as they gave her a fare well adieu.

          She is gone, gone! Gone to that fairer and better land where there is not more sickness, sorrow nor pain.

    Roger Lawson"

    --------------------------------
    FEB., 1877,
    Note, Source: Ragan Pruitt -
          OBITUARY FROM CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE NEW ORLEANS, LA.
          MOTHER ELIZABETH SPAN REGAN died at the residence of her son, Joseph Bryan in Bienville Parish, La., on the twelfth of February 1877. Mother Bryan, the daughter of Joseph and Doratha Regan, was born near Lumberton, Robinson County, N. C., October 29, 1874. She was converted in early life, and attached herself to the Methodist Church; was married to Joseph Regan November 11, 1814, moved to Gregg County, Ga. where she was left a widow with to sons; Sept 11, 1821, she married Redric Bryan, who also had two sons. From Houston County, Ga., they moved to Louisiana and settled in Claiborn parish, where they lived happily and usefully together, aiding in the support of the gospel, the building up of society and sustaining camp meetings, until the twelfth of January, 1864, at which time she was again left a widow. She still considered it her duty to do what she could in the Master's kingdom, and though the field of her usefulness was chiefly confined to her own large family, she wielded an influence for good which will be felt through time, the extent of which eternity alone can reveal.
          Her house was the preacher's house, where they always received an old fashioned Methodist welcome. Being the daughter of a Methodist preacher, she both reverenced and loved the men of God. It was a source of evident gratification that she once entertained Bishop Morris on one of his overland trips to Texas. During her last illness she requested her friends not to pray that her life might be prolonged, but that her end might be peaceful. Rarely has a family of children, themselves the heads of families, been blessed with the privilege of witnessing such a manifestation of the power of Christ to
    save.
          Called together on the saddest occasion that ever congregates a family (to witness a mother's death) they saw how perfectly the grace of God could enable the true believer to triumph over physical suffering, and received her godly admonitions and prayers of faith. For nine long weeks she seemed to exist in two worlds. Hope ever brightening, she was eager to depart and be with Christ. She called her children, one by one, and requested them to say they would meet her in heaven, and exhorted them not to make a promise, merely to gratify a dying mother, but to weigh well their words. Her mission on earth ended, the remainder of her days were spent in prayer and praise.

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    Note, Source: Ragan Pruitt -
          Tribute of Respect.
          At a regular meeting of Liberty Chapel Grange [Farmers' organization] No. 111 P. of H. [The Patrons of Husbandry] held June 9th A.D. 1877 the following resolutions on the death of our worthy and esteemed sister Elizabeth S. Bryan were adopted.
          Whereas our Heavenly Master has in his wisdom seen fit to remove from our midst, after a painful illness of nine weeks, (one of our Charter members) our esteemed and beloved sister, Elizabeth S. Bryan.
          During the time that she was a member of Liberty Chapel Grange, her seat was never vacant at the Grange Hall unless detained by the infirmities of age. She took great interest in the principles of this order, but disease at last fastened its deadly grasp upon her vital frame. With calmness and strong faith in CHRIST she breathed her last, Feb. 12th, 1877 being 78 years, 3 months and 17 days of age.
          Mother Bryan adorned her Christian profession, being an old fashion Methodist, raised by a Methodist preacher, she could be none other than a true exemplar of Christianity. She loved all the institutions of the church, and did all she could in her quiet
    way to advance the cause of Christ.
          But Mother Bryan has gone, and is now enjoying the society of angels and spirits of the just. We will hear her voice no more on earth giving counsel and advice to old and young alike. And we mourn and sympathize with the bereaved relations and friends not
    as those who have no hope, for we know that our Mother will rise again at the last day.
          Therefore,
          Resolved, That in the death of Sister Bryan this Grange has lost a worthy and esteemed member; society a shining light, and her family a loss that cannot be replaced.
          Resolved, That the members of this Grange wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days.
          Resolved, That these Resolutions be apread [read, recorded?] upon the Minutes of this Grange, and a copy be furnished the relatives of the deceased, and a copy to the Rural Times for publication.
          Committee,
          J. W. Cook
          W. J. Page
          W. A. Martin
    -----------------------------------------------.
  • Birth*: Elizabeth was born on 27 Oct 1798 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married Joseph Regan , Jr. on 7 Sep 1815 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married Reddick Bryan on 13 Sep 1821 at Pulaski County, GA.
  • Death*: Elizabeth died on 12 Feb 1877 at Ringgold, Bienville Parish, LA, at age 78. Died at her son's house, Joseph B. Bryan.
    ---------------------
    Date & Place Source: Obituary.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Ringgold, Bienville Parish, LA. Byran Cemetery at Liberty Chapel Church.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. 1769, d. 11 Aug 1843
Mother: Sarah Malloy b. c 1774, d. c 1832

Family 1:

Joseph Regan , Jr. b. 30 Oct 1796, d. 19 Dec 1820

Children:

John Regan+ b. 12 Sep 1816, d. 7 Feb 1882
Dr. Span Ragan , M.D.+ b. 1 Apr 1818, d. 24 Jan 1875
Rufus Wiley Regan b. 16 Feb 1820, d. 13 Dec 1820

Family 2:

Reddick Bryan b. 18 Feb 1793, d. 12 Jan 1864

Children:

Joseph Brown Bryan+ b. 19 Sep 1824, d. 31 Aug 1907
Dorothea Elizabeth Bryan 'Dorothy' 'Dollie'+ b. 14 Mar 1828, d. 28 Jun 1912
Tilman Capers Bryan , Sr.+ b. 15 Sep 1830, d. 16 Jun 1899
Catherine Amanda Bryan 'Manda'+ b. 17 Aug 1834
Terrell Bryan+ b. 17 Nov 1837, d. 16 May 1920
Georgia Ann Frances Bryan 'Fannie'+ b. 15 Jun 1839, d. 13 Mar 1908

Nancy Spann Regan

F, #441, b. 29 July 1804, d. 20 September 1874
Last Edited: 8 Oct 2013
  • Biography*: 10 Apr., 1843
    NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book Pages 430-434. Nancy (Evans) is mentioned in her father's, Joseph Regan, Sr., Will. See Joseph Regan, Sr. [Indv #396].

    1850.
    1850 Census, Robeson County, NC,
    Page 37. 1850. The Census lists Nancy with a birth date of 1810.
  • Birth*: Nancy was born on 29 Jul 1804 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married Duncan John? Evans or Nivens on 5 Nov 1823 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Nancy died on 20 Sep 1874 at Clay County, AL, at age 70. 30 Sep., 1874 in Talladega County, AL?
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Clay County, AL. Hatchett Creek Presbyterian Church cemetery or called Brownville Cemetery.

    There is unmarked space between Duncan Evans and Archibald Evans. Cemetery records state that Nancy Evans is buried between these two; so it would appear that either the cemetery listing is incorrect or the burial is unmarked..

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. 1769, d. 11 Aug 1843
Mother: Sarah Malloy b. c 1774, d. c 1832

Family:

Duncan John? Evans or Nivens b. Jan 1794, d. 24 Jan 1866

Children:

Elizabeth Ann Evans 'Betsy'+ b. 6 Sep 1824
Duncan Sylvester Evans b. 15 Oct 1826
Sarah Jane Evans+ b. 11 Nov 1828, d. c 1868
Dorothy Evans b. 25 Apr 1831, d. 18 May 1831
Joseph Daniel Evans b. 11 Jan 1833, d. 6 Apr 1862
Harriet Amanda Evans+ b. 2 Apr 1835
John James Evans 'James'+ b. 24 Jul 1837, d. 24 Dec 1904
Mary Delight Evans+ b. 13 Jan 1840, d. 29 Dec 1898
Evander Whitfield Evans b. 2 Oct 1842, d. 9 Oct 1862
Augustus Radamanthus Evans b. 28 Mar 1847, d. 15 Jan 1865

Duncan John? Evans or Nivens

M, #442, b. January 1794, d. 24 January 1866
Gravestone
Last Edited: 16 Nov 2014
  • Biography*: Occupation: Farmer.

    Moved to AL.

    1850.
    Census Records of Robeson County, NC, 1850, page 37. The Census lists the household of John Evans as follows:
    Name Birth Date Occupation
    ----------------- ------------- --------------
    John Evans 1798 Farmer
    Nancy 1810
    Duncan 1835
    James 1835
    Sarah 1837
    Mary 1841.
  • Birth*: Duncan was born in Jan 1794.
  • Marriage: He married Sarah Buie 'Sarah' circa 1814.
  • Marriage*: He married Nancy Spann Regan on 5 Nov 1823 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence*: He resided in 1850 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Duncan died on 24 Jan 1866 at Talladega County, AL.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Clay County, AL. Brownville Cemetery.

Family 1:

Sarah Buie 'Sarah' b. c 1795, d. 10 Dec 1822

Children:

Archibald Evans b. 27 Nov 1815, d. 9 Dec 1896
Mary Ann Evans b. Feb 1817, d. 8 Dec 1822

Family 2:

Nancy Spann Regan b. 29 Jul 1804, d. 20 Sep 1874

Children:

Elizabeth Ann Evans 'Betsy'+ b. 6 Sep 1824
Duncan Sylvester Evans b. 15 Oct 1826
Sarah Jane Evans+ b. 11 Nov 1828, d. c 1868
Dorothy Evans b. 25 Apr 1831, d. 18 May 1831
Joseph Daniel Evans b. 11 Jan 1833, d. 6 Apr 1862
Harriet Amanda Evans+ b. 2 Apr 1835
John James Evans 'James'+ b. 24 Jul 1837, d. 24 Dec 1904
Mary Delight Evans+ b. 13 Jan 1840, d. 29 Dec 1898
Evander Whitfield Evans b. 2 Oct 1842, d. 9 Oct 1862
Augustus Radamanthus Evans b. 28 Mar 1847, d. 15 Jan 1865

Duncan Sylvester Evans

M, #443, b. 15 October 1826
Last Edited: 6 Oct 2015
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC, Page 37. 1850. The Census lists Duncan with a birth date of 1835. See John Evans [Indv. #442].
  • Birth*: Duncan was born on 15 Oct 1826 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Susan M. Thompson on 25 Dec 1853 at Coosa County, AL.
  • Death*: Duncan died at Ark.

Parents:

Father: Duncan John? Evans or Nivens b. Jan 1794, d. 24 Jan 1866
Mother: Nancy Spann Regan b. 29 Jul 1804, d. 20 Sep 1874

John James Evans 'James'

M, #444, b. 24 July 1837, d. 24 December 1904
Last Edited: 18 Oct 2009

Parents:

Father: Duncan John? Evans or Nivens b. Jan 1794, d. 24 Jan 1866
Mother: Nancy Spann Regan b. 29 Jul 1804, d. 20 Sep 1874

Family:

Catherine Alabama Swindall b. 8 Jul 1848, d. 15 Jul 1928

Children:

John Owen Evans b. 24 Nov 1867, d. 15 Dec 1870
Joseph Artemus Evans+ b. 15 Apr 1869, d. 2 Sep 1946
Walter Duncan Evans+ b. 2 Feb 1871, d. 3 May 1945
Augustus Figh Evans b. 21 Jul 1873, d. 29 Aug 1901
Laura Forest Evans+ b. 24 Mar 1876, d. 5 May 1961
James Henry Evans+ b. 17 Jan 1879, d. 4 Aug 1954
Wallace Bruce Evans+ b. 6 Feb 1881, d. 24 Nov 1948
Eliza Dixie Evans b. 26 Feb 1883, d. 30 Apr 1887
Robert Morton Evans+ b. 19 Aug 1885, d. 14 Jan 1964
Annie Pearl Evans b. 7 Dec 1887, d. 1984
Lois Spann Evans b. 16 Aug 1890, d. 16 Aug 1890
Viola Blanche Evans b. 13 Jun 1892, d. 31 May 1974

Sarah Jane Evans

F, #445, b. 11 November 1828, d. circa 1868
Last Edited: 6 Oct 2015
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC, Page 37. 1850. The Census lists Sarah with a birth date of 1837. See John Evans [Indv. #442].
  • Birth*: Sarah was born on 11 Nov 1828 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married Joseph McConatha , Jr. on 1 Feb 1849 at Talladega County, AL.
  • Death*: Sarah died circa 1868.

Parents:

Father: Duncan John? Evans or Nivens b. Jan 1794, d. 24 Jan 1866
Mother: Nancy Spann Regan b. 29 Jul 1804, d. 20 Sep 1874

Family:

Joseph McConatha , Jr. b. 8 Aug 1822

Children:

Joseph D. McConatha b. 6 Apr 1850
Nancy Jane McConatha b. 15 May 1852
George Lawrence McConatha 'Bud'+ b. 6 Jun 1854, d. 27 Dec 1928
Isabelle McConatha b. 8 May 1857
James W. McConatha+ b. 19 Sep 1859, d. 22 Aug 1937
John Whitfield McConatha 'Whit' b. 1 Aug 1863, d. 13 Jun 1943
Martha Amison McConatha b. 18 Mar 1866

Amelia Regan 'Millie'

F, #447, b. 6 November 1806, d. 19 August 1896
Millie Regan. Picture source: Diana Quinn.
Millie Regan
Millie Regan - backside of picture
Millie Regan. Picture source: Diana Quinn.
Last Edited: 11 Oct 2015
  • Biography*: 1828.
         Nash Odom, Family Research, 1971. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book. Page 18. 17 Jan., 1828. The Marriage bond date between Amelia Regan and John Baker was Jan. 17, 1828. The Bondsman was Malcom Baker and the Witness was Neill Buie.

    ---------------------------
    1843.
    NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book Pages 430-434. 10 Apr., 1843. Amelia (Baker) is mentioned in her father's, Joseph Regan, Sr., Will. See Joseph Regan, Sr. [Indv. #396].

    --------------------------
    Note, Source: Diana Quinn - Letter to Georgia Ann Frances "Fannie" Bryan Pittman Wimberly from Amelia Regan Baker
         
    This letter was written to Georgia Ann Frances Bryan Pittman Wimberly from Amelia Regan Baker, her mother’s sister. The letter was found in family files, donated by Vera Wimberly, at a library in Conroe, Texas. The letter was originally one of many found in a scrapbook keep by Josie Bryan Cook of Bienville Parish, Louisiana.

    Letters written by Fannie Wimberly and her husband, James S. Pittman can be found in the Wimberly Family History compiled by Vera Wimberly.

    Kimbel County Texas June 9th, 1877

    Mrs. Wimberly Dear Fannie

    Many thanks for your still remembering me after so long a silence your letter came to San Marcos in due time but I had moved away out here in Kimbel County so it was a considerable time before the letter and Obituary come to me hence my long delay in not answering you I of course truly simpathise with all my dear sisters children the loss of a tender Mother but Oh think of the incomparible change we believe it all is to her shes gone to that land of rest where there is not sorrowing now howling tempest to trouble her peaceful spirit Oh what a blessed change from this world of sighing pining weeping praying struggling with all manner of evils I long to be there. the thought electrifies my poor weak soul to think we have parents brothers and sisters all there we believe who have conquered and gone before We must watch and pray as they have don’t to meet them there then our sinning will be over when we reach that happy shore where we will all worship around the bright throne I very often feel these lines suited to me . My latest sun is sinking fast my race is almost run my. My strongest trials now is past my triumh is begun. I soon Shall meet the holy ranks of friends and kindreds dear. I brush the dews of Jordans banks the crossing must be near. I am only six years younger than my departed sister therefore it behoves me to try my best to be ready even if I should stay as long as she did which I very much doubt for we know not the day nor hour when our blessed Saviour say come up . Oh may I ready pray for me my dear that I may --- the death that never dies My health is very poor. I have Catarrah and have tried several doctors to wast this body away it’s the case with me I am very sorry that I am not prepared to write you a more full letter but we have only been here two months and of course I cannot tell you much about this country yet the people here the greater portion are very wild and reckless which is very disagreeable to me we had preaching on last Sunday for the first since I have been here they speak of having a camp meeting in September perhaps it may do some toward civilizing the place it is a good country for stock of all kind but the desperados steal the stock very we hav a company of rangers stationed here for this summer they have caught several of the bad thieves and put them in prison though I have heard that some have escaped some are in jail yet. I saw a lad last November from La. Bienville Parish he said he knew the Bryans his name is Laster he said Terrell Bryan had sold out and was coming to Texas and would call on his father when he got here. I left word with him for Terrell to come and see me before he settled but he never came therefore I suspected he has not come to Texas my reason for wishing to see before he settled was this I wanted him to come and look at Kimbel County he might like it then I would have some of my kinsfolks for neighbors did move away from there or not please write and let me know how all of your brothers and sisters are. Is any of them living near you if so give my best love and kindest regards I hope they are all doing well may the Lord proper them all I should be happy to get a letter from any one of them I have the company of two of my sons up here in this wild country Eli and Daniel Eli and wife they have no children. Daniel has not married yet though talks very much about marrying now as he has found his country he is much pleased with this new country I think it will be a good place when it is settled with the right cast of people. I will close direct your letters to Kimbel County Texas Junchon City may heaven bless you all is the prayer of your Aunte Amelia Baker.
  • Birth*: Amelia was born on 6 Nov 1806 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married John W. Baker on 17 Jan 1828 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence*: She resided in 1877 at Kimbel County, TX.
  • Death*: Amelia died on 19 Aug 1896 at Hays County, TX, at age 89. 15 Aug.?
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at San Marcos, Hays County, TX. San Marcos Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. 1769, d. 11 Aug 1843
Mother: Sarah Malloy b. c 1774, d. c 1832

Family:

John W. Baker b. c 1806, d. 1846

Children:

Joseph M. Baker b. 1831
William W. Baker b. 1833
Dulcenia Baker+ b. 18 May 1835, d. 18 Apr 1883
Irene P. Baker b. 1837
Eli W. Baker b. 29 Aug 1838, d. 27 Mar 1919
John B. Baker b. 1841
Weston F. Baker 'Wes'+ b. 1843
Daniel Asbury Baker+ b. 14 May 1846, d. 9 Feb 1930

John W. Baker

M, #448, b. circa 1806, d. 1846
Last Edited: 30 Dec 2014

Parents:

Father: William Baker
Mother: Polly ??

Family:

Amelia Regan 'Millie' b. 6 Nov 1806, d. 19 Aug 1896

Children:

Joseph M. Baker b. 1831
William W. Baker b. 1833
Dulcenia Baker+ b. 18 May 1835, d. 18 Apr 1883
Irene P. Baker b. 1837
Eli W. Baker b. 29 Aug 1838, d. 27 Mar 1919
John B. Baker b. 1841
Weston F. Baker 'Wes'+ b. 1843
Daniel Asbury Baker+ b. 14 May 1846, d. 9 Feb 1930

Sarah P. Regan

F, #449, b. 6 October 1808, d. 20 January 1883
Last Edited: 8 Oct 2013
  • Biography*: Ref. : Sam West.

    5 May, 1832.
    Nash Odom, Family Research, Page 18. Sarah Regan and William Smith were married on May 5, 1832. Bondsmen were James Smith, the father of Wiliam Smith, and Richard Bunting. NC Will Book I, Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. A copy is in the Regan Reference Book Pages 430-434.

    10 Apr., 1843.
    Sarah (Smith) is mentioned in her father's, Joseph Regan, Sr., Will. See Joseph Regan, Sr. [Record #396].
    1850 Census, Robeson County, NC 1850. Sarah is listed with a birth date of 1808.
  • Birth*: Sarah was born on 6 Oct 1808 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married William James Smith , Sr. on 5 May 1832 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Sarah died on 20 Jan 1883 at Robeson County, NC, at age 74.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Robeson County, NC. Smith Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. 1769, d. 11 Aug 1843
Mother: Sarah Malloy b. c 1774, d. c 1832

Family:

William James Smith , Sr. b. 1806, d. 1889

Children:

Elizabeth J. Smith+ b. 25 Oct 1833, d. 10 Dec 1916
Joseph T. Smith b. c 1835
Justice William James Smith , Jr.+ b. 25 Jan 1837, d. 1 Oct 1909
Snowden Ray Smith b. c 1838
Flora Ann Smith b. c 1840
Eli Stephens Smith b. c 1842
John Watson Smith+ b. 8 Jan 1844, d. 7 May 1924
Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith+ b. 18 Apr 1846, d. 19 Jul 1939
Alfred P. Smith b. 31 Mar 1849, d. 24 Oct 1871
Neil R. Smith

William James Smith , Sr.

M, #450, b. 1806, d. 1889
Last Edited: 20 Oct 2013
  • Biography*: Occupation: Farmer.

    1850.
    Census Records of Robeson County, NC, 1850. The Census lists the following:
    Birth Property
    Name Date Occupation Evaluation
    -------------------- ------ ------------ ----------
    William Smith 1806 Farmer $625
    Sarah 1808
    Elizabeth J. 1834
    Joseph T. 1835
    William, Jr. 1837
    Snowden 1838
    Flora 1840
    Eli Stephens 1842
    John W. 1844
    Sarah C. 1846
    Alfred P. 1848.
  • Birth*: William was born in 1806 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Sarah P. Regan on 5 May 1832 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: William died in 1889.

Parents:

Father: James Smith b. 1 Jul 1768, d. 6 Oct 1855
Mother: Esther Glare b. c 1773, d. 1864

Family:

Sarah P. Regan b. 6 Oct 1808, d. 20 Jan 1883

Children:

Elizabeth J. Smith+ b. 25 Oct 1833, d. 10 Dec 1916
Joseph T. Smith b. c 1835
Justice William James Smith , Jr.+ b. 25 Jan 1837, d. 1 Oct 1909
Snowden Ray Smith b. c 1838
Flora Ann Smith b. c 1840
Eli Stephens Smith b. c 1842
John Watson Smith+ b. 8 Jan 1844, d. 7 May 1924
Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith+ b. 18 Apr 1846, d. 19 Jul 1939
Alfred P. Smith b. 31 Mar 1849, d. 24 Oct 1871
Neil R. Smith

Elizabeth J. Smith

F, #451, b. 25 October 1833, d. 10 December 1916
Elizabeth J. Harrell, born Oct. 23, 1833 - died Dec. 10, 1916.
When Christ, who is our life, shall appear, then shall ye appear also with Him in glory.
Last Edited: 9 Jan 2014

Parents:

Father: William James Smith , Sr. b. 1806, d. 1889
Mother: Sarah P. Regan b. 6 Oct 1808, d. 20 Jan 1883

Family 1:

Private Jacob B. Baxley b. 1834, d. 14 Nov 1864

Children:

Weston Fletcher Baxley+ b. 4 Dec 1860, d. 6 Sep 1942
Sarah Columbia Baxley 'Sallie' b. 1862, d. 5 Dec 1931

Family 2:

Elisha Harrell b. 1816, d. 1873

Children:

Joseph T. Harrell 'Joe'+ b. 14 Oct 1868, d. 4 Oct 1944
Tunsey Harrell b. 1869
Jincy Irene Harrell 'Irene' b. 21 Aug 1871, d. 4 Oct 1895

Joseph T. Smith

M, #452, b. circa 1835
Last Edited: 26 Apr 1998
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC 1850. Joseph T. is listed with a birth date of 1835.
  • Birth*: Joseph was born circa 1835.
  • Marriage*: He married Ann Eliz Howell on 14 Jun 1860 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Joseph died.
  • Burial*: His body was buried.

Parents:

Father: William James Smith , Sr. b. 1806, d. 1889
Mother: Sarah P. Regan b. 6 Oct 1808, d. 20 Jan 1883

Family:

Justice William James Smith , Jr.

M, #453, b. 25 January 1837, d. 1 October 1909
Gravestone
Gravemarker
Last Edited: 9 Jan 2014
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC 1850. William, Jr. is listed with a birth date of 1837.

    He was in the Civil war.

    The Monday, October 4, 1909 edition of The Robesonian included the following article:

    Justice W. J. Smith, of Rowland – Mr. W. J. Smith, for many years a justice of the peace of Thompson township, died Friday night at his home in Rowland after sickness of several months with cancer of the mouth. The remains were interred in the Rowland cemetery Saturday afternoon. Mr. Smith was married five times, his last wife surviving him. He is also survived by three children – Mrs. John Adams of Purvis and Messrs. C. McD and Marcus Smith of Rowland; two sisters – Mesdames. J. K. Singletary of Back Swamp and Bettie J. Harrell of Raft Swamp; and one brother, Mr. J. W. Smith of Wisharts township.
  • Birth*: William was born on 25 Jan 1837 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Charity Thompson on 22 Dec 1867 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Mary Susan Pitman on 22 May 1881.
  • Marriage*: He married Elizabeth Patience Thompson 'Betty' on 5 Oct 1882.
  • Marriage*: He married Lucey C. McPhipkine on 29 Apr 1888.
  • Death*: William died on 1 Oct 1909 at Rowland, Robeson County, NC, at age 72.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Rowland, Robeson County, NC. Rowland Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: William James Smith , Sr. b. 1806, d. 1889
Mother: Sarah P. Regan b. 6 Oct 1808, d. 20 Jan 1883

Family 1:

Charity Thompson b. 10 Mar 1850, d. 6 Mar 1881

Children:

Charles McDuffie Smith b. 14 Jan 1869
Sarah Della Smith b. 5 Aug 1870
Mildred Lindsey Smith b. 2 Jun 1876, d. 27 Sep 1891

Family 2:

Mary Susan Pitman b. 3 Jan 1861, d. 4 Mar 1882

Family 3:

Elizabeth Patience Thompson 'Betty' b. 14 Aug 1854, d. 8 Feb 1888

Child:

Marcus Marcquis? Marvin Smith+ b. 15 Feb 1884, d. 28 Nov 1958

Family 4:

Lucey C. McPhipkine b. 30 Aug 1842, d. 12 Sep 1904

Snowden Ray Smith

M, #454, b. circa 1838
Last Edited: 12 Oct 2014
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC 1850. Snowden is listed with a birth date of 1838.
  • Birth*: Snowden was born circa 1838.
  • Marriage*: He married Caroline Haman.

Parents:

Father: William James Smith , Sr. b. 1806, d. 1889
Mother: Sarah P. Regan b. 6 Oct 1808, d. 20 Jan 1883

Family:

Flora Ann Smith

F, #455, b. circa 1840
Last Edited: 12 Oct 2014
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC 1850. Flora is listed with a birth date of 1840.
  • Birth*: Flora was born circa 1840.
  • Marriage*: She married Henry Flowers.

Parents:

Father: William James Smith , Sr. b. 1806, d. 1889
Mother: Sarah P. Regan b. 6 Oct 1808, d. 20 Jan 1883

Family:

Eli Stephens Smith

M, #456, b. circa 1842
Last Edited: 12 Oct 2014
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC 1850. Eli Stephen is listed with a birth date of 1842.
  • Birth*: Eli was born circa 1842.

Parents:

Father: William James Smith , Sr. b. 1806, d. 1889
Mother: Sarah P. Regan b. 6 Oct 1808, d. 20 Jan 1883

John Watson Smith

M, #457, b. 8 January 1844, d. 7 May 1924
Last Edited: 29 Oct 2015

Parents:

Father: William James Smith , Sr. b. 1806, d. 1889
Mother: Sarah P. Regan b. 6 Oct 1808, d. 20 Jan 1883

Family:

Mary Jane Pcikett Smith b. 8 Nov 1853, d. 22 May 1894

Children:

Wade Hampton Smith b. 3 Jan 1879, d. 18 Oct 1918
Ellen Mae Smith+ b. 1 Jun 1881, d. 12 Jan 1945
Nonie Smith+ b. 2 Apr 1883, d. 4 Jan 1943

Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith

F, #458, b. 18 April 1846, d. 19 July 1939
Last Edited: 9 Jan 2014
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC 1850. Sarah C. is listed with a birth date of 1846.

    Name Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730.
  • Birth*: Sarah was born on 18 Apr 1846 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married Joshua Kay Singletary 'Josh' on 20 Dec 1866 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence: Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith lived in 1909 at Back Swamp, NC.
  • Residence*: She resided in 1910 at Back Swamp, Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Sarah died on 19 Jul 1939 at Robeson County, NC, at age 93. Source: Title: J. K. Singletary Family Bible
    publisher: bought on 25 Dec, 1872, Zeigler &, McCurdy.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Robeson County, NC. Back Swamp Baptist Church, between Lumberton and Rowland, NC.

Parents:

Father: William James Smith , Sr. b. 1806, d. 1889
Mother: Sarah P. Regan b. 6 Oct 1808, d. 20 Jan 1883

Family:

Joshua Kay Singletary 'Josh' b. 15 Jun 1844, d. 12 Mar 1911

Children:

Isabella Jane Singletary b. 8 Sep 1867, d. 16 Aug 1948
William Singletary b. 23 Mar 1868
Alfred P. Singletary b. c 1870
Sarah Lula Singletary 'Lula' b. 3 Apr 1871, d. 30 Aug 1958
Walter Oscar Singletary+ b. 18 Apr 1873, d. 14 Apr 1959
Mulcahy M. Singletary 'Mike'+ b. 8 Feb 1876, d. 30 Jun 1946
John Thurman Singletary+ b. 18 May 1878, d. 17 Apr 1917
Dorothy Amelia Singletary 'Dollie' b. 27 May 1881, d. 15 Aug 1973
Claude Robeson Singletary b. 28 Apr 1885
Bertha Beatrice Singletary+ b. 16 Jul 1887, d. Dec 1966

Alfred P. Smith

M, #459, b. 31 March 1849, d. 24 October 1871
Last Edited: 12 Oct 2014
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC 1850. Alfred P. is listed with a birth date of 1848.
  • Birth*: Alfred was born on 31 Mar 1849.
  • Death*: Alfred died on 24 Oct 1871 at age 22.

Parents:

Father: William James Smith , Sr. b. 1806, d. 1889
Mother: Sarah P. Regan b. 6 Oct 1808, d. 20 Jan 1883

Joshua Kay Singletary 'Josh'

M, #460, b. 15 June 1844, d. 12 March 1911
Last Edited: 17 Aug 2008
  • Biography*: He was in the Civil War, C.S.A. Enlisted as a Private on 3 May 1861.
    Enlisted in Company B, 18th Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 3 May 1861.

    Name Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730.
  • Birth*: Joshua was born on 15 Jun 1844 at Bladen County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith on 20 Dec 1866 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence*: He resided in 1880 at Bladenboro, Bladen County, NC.
  • Residence: He resided in 1910 at Back Swamp, Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Joshua died on 12 Mar 1911 at Robeson County, NC, at age 66. Source: Title: J. K. Singletary Family Bible
    publisher: bought on 25 Dec, 1872, Zeigler &, McCurdy

    at 3 AM.

    Date Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730..
  • Burial*: His body was buried in Mar 1911 at Robeson County, NC. Back Swamp Baptist Church, between Lumberton and Rowland, NC.

Parents:

Father: Jonathan Singletary , Jr. 'John' b. 10 Mar 1817, d. 24 Dec 1891
Mother: Mary Anne Hester b. 25 Sep 1822, d. 15 Aug 1884

Family:

Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith b. 18 Apr 1846, d. 19 Jul 1939

Children:

Isabella Jane Singletary b. 8 Sep 1867, d. 16 Aug 1948
William Singletary b. 23 Mar 1868
Alfred P. Singletary b. c 1870
Sarah Lula Singletary 'Lula' b. 3 Apr 1871, d. 30 Aug 1958
Walter Oscar Singletary+ b. 18 Apr 1873, d. 14 Apr 1959
Mulcahy M. Singletary 'Mike'+ b. 8 Feb 1876, d. 30 Jun 1946
John Thurman Singletary+ b. 18 May 1878, d. 17 Apr 1917
Dorothy Amelia Singletary 'Dollie' b. 27 May 1881, d. 15 Aug 1973
Claude Robeson Singletary b. 28 Apr 1885
Bertha Beatrice Singletary+ b. 16 Jul 1887, d. Dec 1966

James Smith

M, #461, b. 1 July 1768, d. 6 October 1855
Last Edited: 30 Sep 2010
  • Biography*: From Pitt County, NC.

    Occupation: Blacksmith.

    Notes: Source: Ted Hackney -

    SMITH.
    Smith, Smithe, meaning "Black-smith", was a common name in every village in Ireland, England, Scotland, and Wales, as it was a popular tradition to use the name of their occupation of blacksmiths and armourers. In Ireland, the Smiths were one of the septs of Breffnp. In Scotland, it was recorded that a Robert the Smith witnesses a charter by John Bishop of Dunkeld in the year 1199 and in England a Phillip Le Smithe, of Huntingdorshire, was recorded in the Hundred Rolls, in the year 1273.

    The earliest Smith in this family was James Smith.

    1787.
    A few years after Robeson County, NC was formed from the western part of Bladen County, NC in 1787, James Smith came to Robeson County, NC from Pitt County, NC. In the census of 1790 there are two James Smiths listed in the Fayetteville Disrict, Robeson County, NC, Wilmington 975-6 U, but neither fits a description of this James Smith.

    1793.
    An agreement was signed in 1793 by William Moore and 'James Smith, blacksmith" conveying 100 acres of land west of the Great Swamp [Robeson County, NC] for the sum of twelve pounds. His occupation was listed in the 1850 census as being a Blacksmith.

    Records show additional land purchased along and near the Big Swamp on both sides of the road between Lumberton, NC and Dublin, NC along NC Highway 41. According to the number of deeds to James Smith, he was properous, acquiring many acres of land.

    1850 Census, Robeson County, NC 1850. James Smith is listed with a birth date of 1769 and was living next to his son William Smith. James is also listed as a blacksmith from Pitt. County, NC with a wife named Esther. A male named Stephen age 30 was living at home.

    1854.
    His Will of Sep. 22, 1854, named 12 slaves.

    The generations of Smiths have owned and farmed large tracts of land in Robeson County, NC on record since that time.

    James and Esther were active in the community that became known as Smith's Bridge. Records show that they belonged to the Smith Bridge Society being served by a Methodist Circuit Rider. The Society evolved into the Smith United Methodist Church and the Smiths later joined Regan United Methodist Church.
  • Birth*: James was born on 1 Jul 1768. Date Source: Gravestone..
  • Marriage*: He married Esther Glare circa 1794.
  • Death*: James died on 6 Oct 1855 at age 87. Date Source: Gravestone.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Smith's Bridge, Robeson County, NC. Sessoms Cemetery on the Big Swamp of NC Hwy 41..

Family:

Esther Glare b. c 1773, d. 1864

Children:

John C. Smith+ b. 20 Feb 1795, d. 21 Oct 1880
Sarah Smith 'Sally'
Ora Orra? Smith+ b. 1803, d. 1857
William James Smith , Sr.+ b. 1806, d. 1889
Alfed Smith b. c 1808
Ellen Smith b. c 1810
Joseph Smith b. c 1812
Anna Smith b. c 1814
Jemima Smith+ b. c 1816
Stephen J. Smith+ b. 13 Aug 1818, d. 9 Jul 1892

Esther Glare

F, #462, b. circa 1773, d. 1864
Last Edited: 29 Sep 2010
  • Biography*: From Robeson County, NC

    1850 Census, Robeson County, NC 1850. Ester is listed with a birth date of 1777.
  • Birth*: Esther was born circa 1773.
  • Marriage*: She married James Smith circa 1794.
  • Death*: Esther died in 1864.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried.

Parents:

Father: Stephen Glare
Mother: Mary ??

Family:

James Smith b. 1 Jul 1768, d. 6 Oct 1855

Children:

John C. Smith+ b. 20 Feb 1795, d. 21 Oct 1880
Sarah Smith 'Sally'
Ora Orra? Smith+ b. 1803, d. 1857
William James Smith , Sr.+ b. 1806, d. 1889
Alfed Smith b. c 1808
Ellen Smith b. c 1810
Joseph Smith b. c 1812
Anna Smith b. c 1814
Jemima Smith+ b. c 1816
Stephen J. Smith+ b. 13 Aug 1818, d. 9 Jul 1892

Dorothy Amelia Singletary 'Dollie'

F, #463, b. 27 May 1881, d. 15 August 1973
Last Edited: 17 Aug 2008
  • Biography*: Lived at E. 8th St., Lumberton, NC. No marriage.

    Name Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730.
  • Birth*: Dorothy was born on 27 May 1881 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Residence*: She resided in 1910 at Back Swamp, Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Dorothy died on 15 Aug 1973 at Robeson County, NC, at age 92. Date Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730..
  • Burial*: Her body was buried. Back Swamp Baptist Church, between Lumberton and Rowland, NC.

Parents:

Father: Joshua Kay Singletary 'Josh' b. 15 Jun 1844, d. 12 Mar 1911
Mother: Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith b. 18 Apr 1846, d. 19 Jul 1939

Jonathan Singletary , Jr. 'John'

M, #464, b. 10 March 1817, d. 24 December 1891
Last Edited: 26 Sep 2013
  • Biography*: Nash Odom, Family Research, Page 19. John K. Singletary moved from Bladen County, NC, to Robeson County, NC, Back Swamp Baptist Church Community, in 1883.

    Lived in the area of Hickory Grove Community of Bladen County, NC

    Name Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730.
  • Birth*: Jonathan was born on 10 Mar 1817 at NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Mary Anne Hester circa 1843.
  • Death*: Jonathan died on 24 Dec 1891 at age 74. Date Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730..

Parents:

Father: Jonathan Singletary , Sr. b. 9 Jul 1769, d. 23 Jan 1865
Mother: Sarah Ann Harrison b. 2 Mar 1781

Family:

Mary Anne Hester b. 25 Sep 1822, d. 15 Aug 1884

Children:

Joshua Kay Singletary 'Josh'+ b. 15 Jun 1844, d. 12 Mar 1911
Braton M. Singletary b. 29 Nov 1847
Lucy Anne Singletary+ b. 1849, d. 1892
Mary Jane Singletary b. 8 Sep 1851, d. 15 Apr 1859
Edward B. Singletary+ b. 28 Feb 1855, d. 6 Jan 1890
Ephraim Ephram? Singletary+ b. 20 Oct 1857, d. 18 May 1935
Polly B. Singletary+ b. 21 Oct 1860, d. 20 Apr 1940

Mary Anne Hester

F, #465, b. 25 September 1822, d. 15 August 1884
Last Edited: 17 Aug 2008
  • Biography*: Name Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730.
  • Birth*: Mary was born on 25 Sep 1822 at NC.
  • Marriage*: She married Jonathan Singletary , Jr. 'John' circa 1843.
  • Death*: Mary died on 15 Aug 1884 at age 61. Date Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730..
  • Burial*: Her body was buried.

Parents:

Father: Ephraim Hester b. c 1782
Mother: Annie Ammy? Nance b. c 1786

Family:

Jonathan Singletary , Jr. 'John' b. 10 Mar 1817, d. 24 Dec 1891

Children:

Joshua Kay Singletary 'Josh'+ b. 15 Jun 1844, d. 12 Mar 1911
Braton M. Singletary b. 29 Nov 1847
Lucy Anne Singletary+ b. 1849, d. 1892
Mary Jane Singletary b. 8 Sep 1851, d. 15 Apr 1859
Edward B. Singletary+ b. 28 Feb 1855, d. 6 Jan 1890
Ephraim Ephram? Singletary+ b. 20 Oct 1857, d. 18 May 1935
Polly B. Singletary+ b. 21 Oct 1860, d. 20 Apr 1940

Isabella Jane Singletary

F, #466, b. 8 September 1867, d. 16 August 1948
Last Edited: 17 Aug 2008
  • Biography*: Name Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730.
  • Birth*: Isabella was born on 8 Sep 1867 at Bladen County, NC.
  • Residence*: She resided in 1880 at Bladenboro, Bladen County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married Hardy Lewis circa 1888.
  • Death*: Isabella died on 16 Aug 1948 at age 80. Source: Title: J. K. Singletary Family Bible
    publisher: bought on 25 Dec, 1872, Zeigler &, McCurdy

    Date Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730..
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Robeson County, NC. Back Swamp Baptist Church, between Lumberton and Rowland, NC.

Parents:

Father: Joshua Kay Singletary 'Josh' b. 15 Jun 1844, d. 12 Mar 1911
Mother: Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith b. 18 Apr 1846, d. 19 Jul 1939

Family:

William Singletary

M, #467, b. 23 March 1868
Last Edited: 17 Aug 2008

Parents:

Father: Joshua Kay Singletary 'Josh' b. 15 Jun 1844, d. 12 Mar 1911
Mother: Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith b. 18 Apr 1846, d. 19 Jul 1939

Alfred P. Singletary

M, #468, b. circa 1870
Last Edited: 7 Oct 2017
  • Biography*: Name Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730.
  • Birth*: Alfred was born circa 1870 at NC.
  • Residence*: He resided in 1880 at Bladenboro, Bladen County, NC.
  • Death*: He died.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at NC.

Parents:

Father: Joshua Kay Singletary 'Josh' b. 15 Jun 1844, d. 12 Mar 1911
Mother: Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith b. 18 Apr 1846, d. 19 Jul 1939

Sarah Lula Singletary 'Lula'

F, #469, b. 3 April 1871, d. 30 August 1958
Last Edited: 17 Aug 2008
  • Biography*: 1 Sep., 1958. Nash Odom, Family History, page 19. Rev. Nash Odom conducted the funeral for Miss Lula L. Singletary at the Back Swamp Baptist Church (between Rowland, NC and Lumberton, NC) on Sept. 1, 1958.

    Name Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730.
  • Birth*: Sarah was born on 3 Apr 1871 at Bladen County, NC.
  • Residence*: She resided in 1880 at Bladenboro, Bladen County, NC.
  • Residence: She resided in 1910 at Back Swamp, Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Sarah died on 30 Aug 1958 at age 87. Source: Title: J. K. Singletary Family Bible
    publisher: bought on 25 Dec, 1872, Zeigler &, McCurdy

    Date Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730..
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at NC. Back Swamp Baptist Church, between Lumberton and Rowland, NC.

Parents:

Father: Joshua Kay Singletary 'Josh' b. 15 Jun 1844, d. 12 Mar 1911
Mother: Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith b. 18 Apr 1846, d. 19 Jul 1939

Walter Oscar Singletary

M, #470, b. 18 April 1873, d. 14 April 1959
Last Edited: 17 Aug 2008

Parents:

Father: Joshua Kay Singletary 'Josh' b. 15 Jun 1844, d. 12 Mar 1911
Mother: Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith b. 18 Apr 1846, d. 19 Jul 1939

Family:

Minnie Prudence Price b. c 1881

Child:

Joseph Edgar Singletary+ b. 23 Aug 1904, d. 13 Jul 1992

Mulcahy M. Singletary 'Mike'

M, #471, b. 8 February 1876, d. 30 June 1946
Last Edited: 17 Aug 2008
  • Biography*: Name Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730.
  • Birth*: Mulcahy was born on 8 Feb 1876 at Bladen County, NC.
  • Residence*: He resided in 1880 at Bladenboro, Bladen County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Lula Britt.
  • Death*: Mulcahy died on 30 Jun 1946 at age 70. Source: Title: J. K. Singletary Family Bible
    publisher: bought on 25 Dec, 1872, Zeigler &, McCurdy

    Date Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730..
  • Burial*: His body was buried in 1946. Back Swamp Baptist Church, between Lumberton and Rowland, NC.
  • Name-Comm: His common name was 'Mike'.

Parents:

Father: Joshua Kay Singletary 'Josh' b. 15 Jun 1844, d. 12 Mar 1911
Mother: Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith b. 18 Apr 1846, d. 19 Jul 1939

Family:

Lula Britt

Child:

Linwood Mike Singletary+ b. 20 Jul 1913, d. 25 Aug 1992

John Thurman Singletary

M, #472, b. 18 May 1878, d. 17 April 1917
From Left - Joshua Kay Singletary, Sarah Caroline, Walter Oscar, Mulcahy M., Isabella Jane and Loula in front of house, John Thurman on horse, Dorothy Amelia, Bertha Beatrice and Claude Robeson with dog. Picture Source - Brian Hendrix
Last Edited: 12 May 2016
  • Biography*: Name Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730.
  • Birth*: John was born on 18 May 1878 at Bladen County, NC.
  • Residence*: He resided in 1880 at Bladenboro, Bladen County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Bertha Kathryn Mitchell on 3 Jan 1906.
  • Burial*: His body was buried in Apr 1917 at Robeson County, NC. Back Swamp Baptist Church, between Lumberton and Rowland, NC.
  • Death*: John died on 17 Apr 1917 at Robeson County, NC, at age 38. Source: Title: J. K. Singletary Family Bible
    publisher: bought on 25 Dec, 1872, Zeigler &, McCurdy.

Parents:

Father: Joshua Kay Singletary 'Josh' b. 15 Jun 1844, d. 12 Mar 1911
Mother: Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith b. 18 Apr 1846, d. 19 Jul 1939

Family:

Bertha Kathryn Mitchell b. 25 Feb 1887, d. 14 Jan 1986

Children:

Nora Kathryn Singletary+ b. 17 Jun 1909, d. 22 Nov 1991
Julius Thurman Singletary+ b. 31 Jan 1912, d. 7 Apr 2008
John Chalmers Singletary+ b. 15 Apr 1917, d. 9 Jun 2000

Claude Robeson Singletary

M, #473, b. 28 April 1885
Last Edited: 7 Oct 2017

Parents:

Father: Joshua Kay Singletary 'Josh' b. 15 Jun 1844, d. 12 Mar 1911
Mother: Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith b. 18 Apr 1846, d. 19 Jul 1939

Family:

Bertha Beatrice Singletary

F, #474, b. 16 July 1887, d. December 1966
Last Edited: 1 Apr 2012
  • Biography*: Name Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730.
  • Birth*: Bertha was born on 16 Jul 1887 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married George Bady Baty? Wishart on 2 Oct 1906.
  • Death*: Bertha died in Dec 1966 at Robeson County, NC, at age 79. Source: Title: J. K. Singletary Family Bible
    publisher: bought on 25 Dec, 1872, Zeigler &, McCurdy

    Date Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730..

Parents:

Father: Joshua Kay Singletary 'Josh' b. 15 Jun 1844, d. 12 Mar 1911
Mother: Sarah Catherine Caroline? Smith b. 18 Apr 1846, d. 19 Jul 1939

Family:

George Bady Baty? Wishart b. 1 Apr 1881, d. 18 Mar 1941

Child:

Minnie Prudence Price

F, #475, b. circa 1881
Last Edited: 17 Aug 2008

Family:

Walter Oscar Singletary b. 18 Apr 1873, d. 14 Apr 1959

Child:

Joseph Edgar Singletary+ b. 23 Aug 1904, d. 13 Jul 1992

Hardy Lewis

M, #476
Last Edited: 26 Apr 1998
  • Birth*: Hardy was born.
  • Marriage*: He married Isabella Jane Singletary circa 1888.
  • Death*: Hardy died.
  • Burial*: His body was buried.

Family:

Isabella Jane Singletary b. 8 Sep 1867, d. 16 Aug 1948

Bertha Kathryn Mitchell

F, #477, b. 25 February 1887, d. 14 January 1986
Last Edited: 14 Jun 2004
  • Biography*: Name Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730.
  • Birth*: Bertha was born on 25 Feb 1887.
  • Marriage*: She married John Thurman Singletary on 3 Jan 1906.
  • Death*: Bertha died on 14 Jan 1986 at age 98. Date Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730..
  • Burial*: Her body was buried.

Family:

John Thurman Singletary b. 18 May 1878, d. 17 Apr 1917

Children:

Nora Kathryn Singletary+ b. 17 Jun 1909, d. 22 Nov 1991
Julius Thurman Singletary+ b. 31 Jan 1912, d. 7 Apr 2008
John Chalmers Singletary+ b. 15 Apr 1917, d. 9 Jun 2000

Lula Britt

F, #478
Last Edited: 8 May 2001
  • Biography*: Name Source: Dorothy [Hedgpeth] Singletary, Indiv.# 106730.
  • Birth*: Lula was born.
  • Marriage*: She married Mulcahy M. Singletary 'Mike'.
  • Death*: Lula died.
  • Burial*: Her body was buried.

Family:

Mulcahy M. Singletary 'Mike' b. 8 Feb 1876, d. 30 Jun 1946

Child:

Linwood Mike Singletary+ b. 20 Jul 1913, d. 25 Aug 1992

George Bady Baty? Wishart

M, #479, b. 1 April 1881, d. 18 March 1941
Last Edited: 26 Sep 2012

Parents:

Father: Aladon Strong Wishart 'Strong' b. 11 Sep 1841, d. 7 Sep 1927
Mother: Mary Ann E. Thompson b. 17 Nov 1841, d. 12 Mar 1911

Family:

Bertha Beatrice Singletary b. 16 Jul 1887, d. Dec 1966

Child:

Blanche Jones

F, #480
Last Edited: 7 Oct 2017

Family:

Dorothy Regan 'Dolly'

F, #481, b. 12 November 1821, d. 1858
Last Edited: 30 Dec 2014
  • Biography*: 10 APR., 1843. NC Will Book I, pages 430-434, in custody of the Clerk of Court's Office, Robeson County, NC. A copy is in the Regan Reference Books. Pages 430-434. Dorthy (Thompson) is mentioned in her father's, Joseph Regan, Sr., Will. See Joseph Regan, Sr. [Indv. #396]. 1850. Census records of Robeson County, NC, Page 85. Dolly is listed with a birth date of 1822. See William B. Thompson [Indv. # 482].
  • Birth*: Dorothy was born on 12 Nov 1821 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: She married William Berry Thompson on 31 Jul 1841 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Dorothy died in 1858 at Robeson County, NC. 1859?
  • Burial*: Her body was buried at Robeson County, NC.

Parents:

Father: Joseph Regan , Sr. b. 1769, d. 11 Aug 1843
Mother: Sarah Malloy b. c 1774, d. c 1832

Family:

William Berry Thompson b. c 1818

Children:

Stephen A. Thompson b. c 1842
Joseph Span Thompson+ b. 11 Nov 1843, d. 30 Sep 1913
Elizabeth Thompson b. c 1846
Mary J. Thompson b. c 1850

William Berry Thompson

M, #482, b. circa 1818
Last Edited: 20 Oct 2013
  • Biography*: Occupation: Farmer.

    1850 Census of Robeson County, NC, page 85. The Census lists the following:
    Birth Property
    Name Date Occupation Evaluation
    ------------------------------- ------ ---------- ----------
    William B. Thompson
    1818 Farmer $1200.
    Dolly
    1822
    Stephen A.
    1842
    Joseph S.
    1844
    Elizabeth
    1846
    Mary J.
    1850
    Sarah Bryant
    1832 (daughter of Martha Regan Bryan?)
  • Birth*: William was born circa 1818.
  • Marriage*: He married Dorothy Regan 'Dolly' on 31 Jul 1841 at Robeson County, NC.

Family:

Dorothy Regan 'Dolly' b. 12 Nov 1821, d. 1858

Children:

Stephen A. Thompson b. c 1842
Joseph Span Thompson+ b. 11 Nov 1843, d. 30 Sep 1913
Elizabeth Thompson b. c 1846
Mary J. Thompson b. c 1850

Stephen A. Thompson

M, #483, b. circa 1842
Last Edited: 18 Oct 2014
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC, Page 85. 1850. Stephen A. is listed with a birth date of 1842. See William B. Thompson [Indv. # 482].
  • Birth*: Stephen was born circa 1842.

Parents:

Father: William Berry Thompson b. c 1818
Mother: Dorothy Regan 'Dolly' b. 12 Nov 1821, d. 1858

Joseph Span Thompson

M, #484, b. 11 November 1843, d. 30 September 1913
Last Edited: 18 Oct 2014
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC, Page 85. 1850. Joseph S. is listed with a birth date of 1844. See William B. Thompson [Indv. # 482].

    Occupation: Farmer.

    Baptist.
  • Birth*: Joseph was born on 11 Nov 1843.
  • Marriage*: He married Susan Ward before 1869.
  • Death*: Joseph died on 30 Sep 1913 at Lumberton, Robeson County, NC, at age 69. RFD.
  • Burial*: His body was buried on 2 Oct 1913 at Robeson County, NC. Thompson Cemetery.

Parents:

Father: William Berry Thompson b. c 1818
Mother: Dorothy Regan 'Dolly' b. 12 Nov 1821, d. 1858

Family:

Susan Ward b. 2 Feb 1842, d. 5 Mar 1913

Children:

Emma Thompson
Edmond Thompson b. 28 Apr 1869, d. 20 Jun 1905
Anna M. Thompson b. 7 May 1871, d. 21 Aug 1948
Robert E. Thompson b. 20 Dec 1872, d. 1 Aug 1940
Theodore Whither Thompson b. 19 Jan 1875, d. 2 Nov 1940
Joseph G. Thompson b. c 1875
W. Luther Thompson 'Luther'+ b. 18 Oct 1876, d. 5 Dec 1950
George Everett Thompson , Sr.+ b. 28 May 1883, d. 11 Jul 1955

Elizabeth Thompson

F, #485, b. circa 1846
Last Edited: 18 Oct 2014
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC, Page 85. 1850. Elizabeth is listed with a birth date of 1846. See William B. Thompson [Indv. # 482].
  • Birth*: Elizabeth was born circa 1846.

Parents:

Father: William Berry Thompson b. c 1818
Mother: Dorothy Regan 'Dolly' b. 12 Nov 1821, d. 1858

Mary J. Thompson

F, #486, b. circa 1850
Last Edited: 18 Oct 2014
  • Biography*: 1850 Census, Robeson County, NC, Page 85. 1850. Mary J. is listed with a birth date of 1850. See William B. Thompson [Indv. # 482].
  • Birth*: Mary was born circa 1850.

Parents:

Father: William Berry Thompson b. c 1818
Mother: Dorothy Regan 'Dolly' b. 12 Nov 1821, d. 1858

Elizabeth Powers

F, #487, b. 3 March 1796, d. 20 October 1854
Last Edited: 13 Jun 2004

Parents:

Father: Matthew Powers , Sr. b. 21 Dec 1768, d. 8 Jun 1858
Mother: Olive Regan b. 14 May 1771, d. 7 Feb 1838

Family:

Neill Blue b. 9 Dec 1793, d. 23 Jun 1877

Neill Blue

M, #488, b. 9 December 1793, d. 23 June 1877
Last Edited: 8 Jul 2014
  • Birth*: Neill was born on 9 Dec 1793.
  • Marriage*: He married Elizabeth Powers on 18 Jan 1818.
  • Residence*: He resided at Scotland County, NC.
  • Death*: Neill died on 23 Jun 1877 at age 83.

Family:

Elizabeth Powers b. 3 Mar 1796, d. 20 Oct 1854

Ralph Regan Powers

M, #489, b. 30 July 1800
Deed from Matthew Powers to Ralph Regan Powers
Last Edited: 16 Nov 2014
  • Biography*: Occupation: Farmer.

    1850. Census of Robeson County, NC, 1850, page 64. The Census lists the following:
    Name Birth Year Occupation Evaluation
    Ralph Powers 1799 Farmer $3,000
    Mary 1802
    James 1827
    Olivia 1828
    Mathew 1830 Laborer
    Henry 1832 Student
    Luke 1834 Student
    Zilphia Ann 1836
    Elias 1838
    Amos 1843.
  • Birth*: Ralph was born on 30 Jul 1800.
  • Marriage*: He married Mary McNatt 'Polly' on 28 Apr 1824 at Robeson County, NC.

Parents:

Father: Matthew Powers , Sr. b. 21 Dec 1768, d. 8 Jun 1858
Mother: Olive Regan b. 14 May 1771, d. 7 Feb 1838

Family:

Mary McNatt 'Polly' b. c 1802

Children:

John McNatt Powers+ b. 11 Apr 1825, d. 19 Jul 1908
James Powers+ b. c 1827, d. c 1862
Olive Powers b. c 1828
Matthew Powers , I+ b. c 1830, d. 17 Sep 1862
Henry Taylor Powers+ b. 14 Sep 1831, d. 29 Oct 1906
Luke B. Powers+ b. 5 Dec 1833, d. 26 Feb 1909
Zilphia or Zilfia or Zilphy Ann Powers+ b. 1836, d. 1 Sep 1856
Elias Powers b. c 1838, d. c 1860
Amos Powers b. c 1843, d. a 1850

Mary McNatt 'Polly'

F, #490, b. circa 1802
Last Edited: 8 Oct 2012
  • Biography*: Name Source: Jane Williamson, Indiv.# 39526.

    1850 Census of Robeson County, NC. Page 64. 1850. The Census lists Mary with a birth date of 1802. See Ralph Powers [Indv. # 489].
  • Birth*: Mary was born circa 1802.
  • Marriage*: She married Ralph Regan Powers on 28 Apr 1824 at Robeson County, NC.

Parents:

Father: John McNatt
Mother: Zilphia ??

Family:

Ralph Regan Powers b. 30 Jul 1800

Children:

John McNatt Powers+ b. 11 Apr 1825, d. 19 Jul 1908
James Powers+ b. c 1827, d. c 1862
Olive Powers b. c 1828
Matthew Powers , I+ b. c 1830, d. 17 Sep 1862
Henry Taylor Powers+ b. 14 Sep 1831, d. 29 Oct 1906
Luke B. Powers+ b. 5 Dec 1833, d. 26 Feb 1909
Zilphia or Zilfia or Zilphy Ann Powers+ b. 1836, d. 1 Sep 1856
Elias Powers b. c 1838, d. c 1860
Amos Powers b. c 1843, d. a 1850

John McNatt

M, #491
Last Edited: 17 Oct 2013
  • Biography*: Name Source: Jane Williamson, Indiv.# 39526.
  • Birth*: John was born.
  • Marriage*: He married Zilphia ??.

Family:

Zilphia ??

Child:

Zilphia ??

F, #492
Last Edited: 17 Oct 2013
  • Biography*: Name Source: Jane Williamson, Indiv.# 39526.
  • Birth*: Zilphia was born.
  • Marriage*: She married John McNatt.

Family:

John McNatt

Child:

John McNatt Powers

M, #493, b. 11 April 1825, d. 19 July 1908
Last Edited: 22 Jan 2013

Parents:

Father: Ralph Regan Powers b. 30 Jul 1800
Mother: Mary McNatt 'Polly' b. c 1802

Family 1:

Jane Elizabeth Barker b. 31 Mar 1820, d. 26 Aug 1883

Children:

William Powers b. 12 Oct 1853, d. 1 Aug 1864
Henry James Powers+ b. 2 Aug 1855, d. 17 Feb 1900

Family 2:

Margaret E. Boone b. c 1860, d. 8 Oct 1900

Jane Elizabeth Barker

F, #494, b. 31 March 1820, d. 26 August 1883
Last Edited: 22 Jan 2013

Parents:

Father: James Barker b. 15 Apr 1782, d. 22 Jun 1856
Mother: Ailey Musselwhite b. Apr 1795, d. 16 Nov 1881

Family:

John McNatt Powers b. 11 Apr 1825, d. 19 Jul 1908

Children:

William Powers b. 12 Oct 1853, d. 1 Aug 1864
Henry James Powers+ b. 2 Aug 1855, d. 17 Feb 1900

James Powers

M, #495, b. circa 1827, d. circa 1862
Last Edited: 17 Oct 2013
  • Biography*: 1850 Census of Robeson County, NC. Page 64. 1850. The Census lists James with a birth date of 1827. See Ralph Powers [Indv. # 489].
  • Birth*: James was born circa 1827.
  • Marriage*: He married Mary Ann Musselwhite on 16 Mar 1852 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: James died circa 1862. In Civil War..

Parents:

Father: Ralph Regan Powers b. 30 Jul 1800
Mother: Mary McNatt 'Polly' b. c 1802

Family:

Mary Ann Musselwhite b. b 1837

Children:

Sarah E. Powers
Harriet Virginia Powers b. a 1850
William B. Powers+ b. 15 May 1854, d. 11 Jan 1918
Mark Robeson Powers b. c 1861
Stephen Andrew Powers+ b. 25 Feb 1863, d. 23 Feb 1928

Mary Ann Musselwhite

F, #496, b. before 1837
Last Edited: 17 Oct 2013

Parents:

Father: Milbey or Milba Musselwhite b. 20 Mar 1800, d. 20 Aug 1869
Mother: Sarah Barrett Barrot? 'Sally' b. 1800, d. b 1860

Family:

James Powers b. c 1827, d. c 1862

Children:

Sarah E. Powers
Harriet Virginia Powers b. a 1850
William B. Powers+ b. 15 May 1854, d. 11 Jan 1918
Mark Robeson Powers b. c 1861
Stephen Andrew Powers+ b. 25 Feb 1863, d. 23 Feb 1928

Olive Powers

F, #497, b. circa 1828
24 Nov., 1861.
Letter from Olive Powers Musselwhite to Elias Powers, Page 1. Written to Elias while he was serving in Civil War
24 Nov., 1861.
Letter from Olive Powers Musselwhite to Elias Powers, Page 2. Written to Elias while he was serving in Civil War
Last Edited: 1 Jan 2013
  • Biography*: 1850 Census of Robeson County, NC. Page 64. 1850. The Census lists Olivia with a birth date of 1828. See Ralph Powers [Indv. # 489].
  • Birth*: Olive was born circa 1828.
  • Marriage*: She married Milbey or Milba Musselwhite after 1860.

Parents:

Father: Ralph Regan Powers b. 30 Jul 1800
Mother: Mary McNatt 'Polly' b. c 1802

Family:

Milbey or Milba Musselwhite b. 20 Mar 1800, d. 20 Aug 1869

Henry Taylor Powers

M, #500, b. 14 September 1831, d. 29 October 1906
Gravestone
Last Edited: 8 Oct 2012
  • Biography*: 1850 Census of Robeson County, NC. Page 64. 1850. The Census lists Henry with a birth date of 1832. See Ralph Powers [Indv. # 489].

    Note, Source: Sam West - Henry was the progenitor of Powersville which is just north of Lumberton, Robeson County, NC.
  • Birth*: Henry was born on 14 Sep 1831 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Marriage*: He married Dorothy Barker on 6 May 1857 at Robeson County, NC.
  • Death*: Henry died on 29 Oct 1906 at Powersville, Robeson County, NC, at age 75.
  • Burial*: His body was buried at Powers Family Cemetery at Howellsville, Robeson County, NC.

Parents:

Father: Ralph Regan Powers b. 30 Jul 1800
Mother: Mary McNatt 'Polly' b. c 1802

Family:

Dorothy Barker b. 2 Oct 1827, d. 23 Jul 1913

Children:

William James Powers 'Billy?'+ b. 4 Mar 1859, d. 18 May 1928
Richard Elza Powers+ b. 16 Oct 1859, d. 1 Jun 1897
John Hector Powers+ b. 5 Aug 1861, d. 2 Jan 1945