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43151 [caldwell looney for jackie.FTW]

Jesse was reared to manhood on a plantation in Knoxville, Tennassee. When a young man he went to Alabama, and for several years therafter he traveled about the states in the middle west, spending some time in Illinois, Wisconsin and Missiouri. Impelled through an intense hatred of the condition of slavery to seek a home in a different section of the country. In 1843 he went to St. Joseph, Missiouri, where he outfitted for the trip. He bought four wagons and a large number oxen, planning on haveing three to five yoke per wagon, twenty head of fine cows, five mares, and a great quantity of fruit seeds. The journey was safely made, the fall finding them at Whitman's Station, and in the spring of 1844 he came by water on a Hudson Bay boat to Oregon City, after which he settled three miles south of Salem. He erected a small log cabin, but remained there for only a short time. He settled at what is now known as Looney Butte. Jesse was a member of the first provisional goverment, and was instrumental in many progressive movements, taking an active interest in the welfare of his adopted state. He also had the distiction of being the first settler in the Santiam valley, the first school house was built on his property. 
LOONEY, Jesse Walton (I165031)
 
43152 [caldwell looney for jackie.FTW]

Joseph Looney seems to have left Botetourt Co., VA about 1790/92 and settled in Knox Co., TN. In 1792, he was Justice of the Peace in Knox Co. Joseph Looney of Knox Co. of Territory of South of the Ohio River, on 14 Dec 1798, sold to Walter McDonald of Botetourt Co., 304 acres on Craig's Creek of James River (three surveys). Wittnesses were John Looney, Sr.; Peter Looney; Benjamin (of Absalom Looney); William Caldwell; Hugh Caldwell; and Henry Walker. Joseph Looney, Sr. was in Knox Co. in Apr 1802, when he sued William Murphy in court of pleas and quarter sessions. Joseph Looney, Jr. was mentioned.

The will of Joseph Looney was dated 5 Nov 1816 and proved in Jan 1818 in Roane Co., TN. The will mentions dau. Elizabeth Mansfield; dau. Jane Bogard and her eldest child, Betty Bogard; and son Joseph Looney, Jr. named executor, heirs of George Preston.

LeRoy W. Tilton, 1949 
LOONEY, Joseph B. (I165652)
 
43153 [caldwell looney for jackie.FTW]

Ruby started training as a Army nurse in 1918, then was to go to France. In 1922 Ruby went to New York to go to school. 
STEIWER, Ruby Mapel (I164961)
 
43154 [caldwell looney for jackie.FTW]

Susan was the daughter of Jesse and Ruby Looney. She was born in Wisconsin in 1833. She came across the plains in 1843. First year stayed with the Whitmans at Walla Walla. Susan and her mother had the honer and the distiction of making the first American flag ever made in Oregon. The flag was used by the 1st Co. of Volunteer Infantry organized in the state. 
LOONEY, Susan (I164973)
 
43155 [caldwell looney for jackie.FTW]

[My Looney line.FTW]

pa both reported from GA and she is living w/Carrol in 1900 census; didn't get info - need to recheck 
PARSONS, Elizabeth Betsy (I166860)
 
43156 [caldwell looney for jackie.FTW]

[My Looney line.FTW]

She and Tony were div 1989, Hutch 
METZLER, Penny Sue (I167578)
 
43157 [Goodwin.ged]

The girl died a few days after her mother died, and baby was just a few days
old. 
GOODWIN (I167425)
 
43158 [My Caldwells.FTW]

from Peggy M. Massey
3020 Wallace Drive
Bessemer, Ala 35020[Caldwell.ged]

from Peggy M. Massey
3020 Wallace Drive
Bessemer, Ala 35020[My Looney line.FTW]

from Peggy M. Massey
3020 Wallace Drive
Bessemer, Ala 35020[Caldwell.ged]

from Peggy M. Massey
3020 Wallace Drive
Bessemer, Ala 35020[caldwell looney for jackie.FTW]

[My Looney line.FTW]

from Peggy M. Massey
3020 Wallace Drive
Bessemer, Ala 35020[Caldwell.ged]

from Peggy M. Massey
3020 Wallace Drive
Bessemer, Ala 35020 
GRIFFIN, Francis (I166728)
 
43159 [My Caldwells.FTW]

in 1870 census was 6 yr old[Caldwell.ged]

in 1870 census was 6 yr old[My Looney line.FTW]

in 1870 census was 6 yr old[Caldwell.ged]

in 1870 census was 6 yr old 
CALDWELL, Mary Lucandy Bethany Nancy (I166871)
 
43160 [My Caldwells.FTW]

In 1880 census was with family[My Looney line.FTW]

In 1880 census was with family[caldwell looney for jackie.FTW]

[My Looney line.FTW]

In 1880 census was with family 
BYRAM, Fannie A. (I166897)
 
43161 [My Caldwells.FTW]

In 1880 census was with family[My Looney line.FTW]

In 1880 census was with family[caldwell looney for jackie.FTW]

[My Looney line.FTW]

In 1880 census was with family 
BYRAM, Joseph A. (I166899)
 
43162 [My Caldwells.FTW]

In 1880 census was with the family
[My Looney line.FTW]

In 1880 census was with the family
[caldwell looney for jackie.FTW]

[My Looney line.FTW]

In 1880 census was with the family 
BYRAM, Huldah E. (I166898)
 
43163 [My Caldwells.FTW]

in will of Absolum, living in Shelby Co, Ala

in 1870 Shelby Co, Ala #25/25 there is a Benj. V. Caldwell 23 M farmer Ala m in Aug; Amanda 22 WF Ala m in Aug[My Looney line.FTW]

in will of Absolum, living in Shelby Co, Ala[Caldwell.ged]

in will of Absolum, living in Shelby Co, Ala[caldwell looney for jackie.FTW]

[My Looney line.FTW]

in will of Absolum, living in Shelby Co, Ala[Caldwell.ged]

in will of Absolum, living in Shelby Co, Ala 
CALDWELL, twin Valentine Tyne B. (I166857)
 
43164 [My Caldwells.FTW]

Is she a Thompson? 
LOUIZA (I166932)
 
43165 [My Caldwells.FTW]

Russell Miller says he was born 3 May 1788 in Knox Co, TN and d 28 Apr 1866 in Green Co, MO[My Looney line.FTW]

Russell Miller says he was born 3 May 1788 in Knox Co, TN and d 28 Apr 1866 in Green Co, MO[caldwell looney for jackie.FTW]

[My Looney line.FTW]

Russell Miller says he was born 3 May 1788 in Knox Co, TN and d 28 Apr 1866 in Green Co, MO 
CALDWELL, Robert (I166735)
 
43166 [My Crotwells.FTW]

[Goodwin-1.FTW]

source: Wade Goodwin 
SIMPSON, Laura Lee (I166963)
 
43167 [My Crotwells.FTW]

[Goodwin-1.FTW]

The girl died a few days after her mother died, and baby was just a few days
old. 
GOODWIN (I167438)
 
43168 [My Looney line.FTW]

also reported to have son Johnathan b 1760-1761 - same as John or brother? 
LOONEY, Jonathan (I166254)
 
43169 [My Parsons.FTW]

A M. E. Howton married a M. A. Parson 7 Sept 1872 Jefferson Co, Ala 
HOWTON, Mary E. (I166808)
 
43170 [My Parsons.FTW]

She and Harvey L. Parsons had infants that are buried at Dogwood who were born in 1906, 1907, 1908 and 1918. 
PARSONS, Nancy Mary (I166920)
 
43171 [My Parsons.FTW]

[Addpars.ftw]

!there were more than the two children listed
[add me.FTW]

!there were more than the two children listed 
PARSONS, Meda (I166975)
 
43172 [Possible death Feb 1, 1947 in NB] MCDONALD, Roy (I285062)
 
43173 [Possible marriage Feb 19, 1919 to Bowyer Sidney Smith in NewBrunswick] MCDONALD, Jean (I285060)
 
43174 [rays tree.FTW]

[Br°derbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from M through Z, Date of Import: Dec 9, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.112.4.27054.164]

Individual: Muns, Robert
Birth date: Apr 21, 1914
Death date: Jan 1976
Social Security #: 260-12-0102
Last residence: GA 30906
State of issue: GA 
MUNS, Robert Edward (I75577)
 
43175 [wiley kelly.FTW]

Ancestors from Scotland. Graduated in 1906 from Winthrop. 
ROSS, Lorena Jeannette (I294075)
 
43176 [wiley kelly.FTW]

Attended Wake Forest College. Farmer & mechanic in Florence Co. SC.Methodist. 
KELLY, James Alexander (I294060)
 
43177 [wiley kelly.FTW]

Went to grade school in Timmonsville. Graduated SC Medical College in1908. Post-graduate work at NY Polyclinic Medical School. Practiced inKingstree. In 1919, first vice-president of SC Medical Association..Methodist Episcopal Church. 
KELLEY, Edward Thereon (I294074)
 
43178 _Henry LEE II___________________+
| (1729 - 1787) m 1753
_Edmund Jennings LEE I______|
| (1772 - 1843) m 1789 |
| |_Lucy Ludwell GRYMES ___________+
| (1720 - ....) m 1753
_Edmund Jennings LEE II_|
| (1797 - 1877) m 1835 |
| | _Richard Henry LEE of Chantilly_+
| | | (1732 - 1794) m 1768
| |_Sarah LEE _________________|
| (1775 - 1837) m 1789 |
| |_Anne GASKINS __________________+
| (1745 - 1796) m 1768
|
|--Ida LEE
| (1840 - ....)
| _Henry BEDINGER "the Immigrant"_
| | (1726 - 1772)
| _Daniel BEDINGER of Bedford_|
| | (1761 - 1818) m 1791 |
| | |_Madalene "Mary" SLAGLE ________
| | (1730 - 1796)
|_Henrietta BEDINGER ____|
(1810 - 1895) m 1835 |
| ________________________________
| |
|_Sarah RUTHERFORD __________|
(1770 - ....) m 1791 |
|________________________________ 
LEE, Ida (I256377)
 
43179 WERBER, Andrena Elizabeth (I73307)
 
43180 ® "He attended Evanston High School and later as graduated from Northwestern Law School. He was a member of the Bar. Political Editor for two Chicago newspapers and in later years was Executive Secretary of the Legislative Voters League and the Chicago Citizens Association. He spent may years fighting graft and crim. He procured the enactment of laws which saved the tax payers millions of dollars." SINGLETON, Shelby Magoffin (I2109)
 
43181 “All-time quarterback at Carolina.” BOINEAU, Edwin Wannamaker “Bru” (I3411)
 
43182 “He was a businessman, with a mercantile store plus a lot of other businesses, and all of their children also were movers and shakers in town.” Meleney said. “They had (nine) children who became lawyers, businessmen, financiers, teachers, they were on the equivalent of county council, the school boards, all of those things, so they were very, very involved.” Meleney said the Levis also started one of Manning’s first “public” schools. LEVI, Moses (I132276)
 
43183 “Immigrant” father who in November 1767 departed a Londonderry, Northern Ireland harbor immigrating by ship to Charleston, South Carolina with is wife Jane, his mohter Isabella, his brother WIlliam, and seven children on the ship “Admiral Hawk” with John McAdam as the ship’s Captain. WATT, John (I17055)
 
43184 “Little Auntie” YERGER, Mary Saunders (I190449)
 
43185 “Nelly” 15 F in census HILLIARD, Milly (I91664)
 
43186 “Received the name of Sister Angela, in religion.” BROWNFIELD, Natalie Delage (I9025)
 
43187 “The Cedars”, Grimes County, Texas. These are the grandparents of Dr. Jean Stephenson, noted Genealogist and President of National Genealogical Society for years. BAKER, Colonel Jack (I20112)
 
43188 “The Councillor” RANDOLPH, William II (I52693)
 
43189 “The True Keepers of History” statement made on 27 Mar 2002 by Rudy Singleton. jkh SINGLETON, Rudolph “Rudy” Sr. (I7562)
 
43190 “Third and youngest son.” BARDEN (I15051)
 
43191 “Thomas was almost certainly the father or grandfather of Richard, Sr. This is of course inference.”

!South Carolina Genealogical Society Lineage Chart Vol.7 Chart 104a 
HAYNSWORTH, Thomas (I3454)
 
43192 • Henry R Sadler, married Mary Halsey of Savannah.
• Eliza McIntosh Sadler, married John Loud.
• Catharine A. Sadler, married first, Rev. James Shanklin, of South Carolina. Married second, Rev. James H. Elliott, D. D.
• Houstoun McIntosh Sadler, married Abigail Jones Buist, of Charleston, S. C.
• Mary Albertis Sadler, married H. Pierce Sims.
• Nicholas Bayard Sadler, married Miss Routh, of Mississippi.
• Louisa S. Sadler, married Ed. Q. Bell, of New York City. 
SADLER, Henry R. (I192171)
 

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