father:
mother:
Townshend, John
born: 1584 in England
spouse: Montgomery, Elizabeth
     child: Townshend, James  
died: 1668 in England

father:
mother:
Montgomery, Elizabeth
born: 1592 in England
spouse: Townshend, John
     child: Townshend, James  
died: abt 1639

father: Townshend, John
mother: Montgomery, Elizabeth
Townshend, James (1615 - )
born: 1615 in England
emigrated: Apr 1635, on The Peter Bonaventure from London to Virginia
spouse: Scott, Nancy
     child: Townsend, John  
     child:
died: 1708 in VA

father:
mother:
Scott, Nancy (1615 - )
born: 1615 in England
spouse: Townshend, James
     child: Townsend, John  
     child:
emigrated: to Virginia
died: 1710-24 in VA

father: Lyte/Lite, John (of Somerset, MD)
mother: Green, Elizabeth
Light, Faith [S47]
born: 1640 in Somerset Cnty, MD
married: 1660 in VA
spouse: Townsend, John
     child: Townsend, Henry (b abt 1657, d abt 1744)
     child: Townsend, Mary (b abt 1659, d 1751 unmarried; intestate)
     child: Townsend, John  
     child: Townsend, Ann (b 1662, m Norwood, Edward)
     child: Townsend, James (b abt 1663, d abt 1748)
     child: Townsend, Esther (b abt 1665, m Forne, ?)
     child: Townsend, Thomas (b abt 1668, d abt 1728)
     child: Townsend, Richard (b bef 1672, d abt 1750)
died: aft 1710 in Somerset Co, MD

father: Townshend, James
mother: Scott, Nancy
Townsend, John [S47]
born: 1640 in Accomack Cnty, VA
married: 1660 in VA
spouse: Light, Faith
     child: Townsend, Richard (d abt 1750)
     child: Townsend, Henry (d abt 1744)
     child: Townsend, Mary (d 1751 unmarried; intestate)
     child: Townsend, John  
     child: Townsend, James
     child: Townsend, Esther (m Forne, ?)
     child: Townsend, Ann (b 1662, m Norwood, Edward)
     child: Townsend, Thomas (b 1668, d abt 1728)
died: 1709 in Accomack Co., VA (or Somereset Co, MD)
will proved: 4 Mar 1709 [LHC/SC p 32]

father: Townsend, John
mother: Light, Faith
Townsend, John (1661 - )
born: 1661 in Accomack, VA
spouse: ?, Elizabeth
     child: Townsend, William (b abt 1698)
     child: Townsend, John (b abt 1700)
     child: Townsend, Light  
served: Revolutionary War

father:
mother:
Pearson, Simon [WGP]
born: abt 1665
married: bef 1702
spouse: Westbury, Emma (? - 1714)
     child: Pearson, Mary
     child: Pearson, Simon (b 7 Jul 1714)
married: 25 Jul 1715
spouse: Thurston, Sarah
     child: Pearson, Ann
     child: Pearson, Moses  
     child: Pearson, Comfort (b 25 Sep 1718, m Everett, John in 1739)
     child: Pearson, Samuel (b1723, d 4 May 1802)
died: 1735 in MD

father: David, David (bef 1659 - ?)
mother: ?, Lydia (bef 1663 - ?)
David, John (1685 - ?) [IGI]
born: abt 1685 in Wales
married:
spouse: ?, Ann
     child: David, Owen
     child: David, Jenkin  
died:

father: Thurston, Thomas
mother: ?, Mary
Thurston, Sarah [JH]
born: in Baltimore Cty, MD
married: 25 Jul 1715 in St John's Parish, Baltimore Ct. MD
spouse: Pearson, Simon
     child: Pearson, Ann
     child: Pearson, Moses  
     child: Pearson, Comfort (b. 25 Sep 1718, m. Everett, John in 1739)
     child: Pearson, Samuel (m. Simmons, Mary)
deserted: 27 May 1723, left Moses Pearson
died:

father: Townsend, John
mother: ?, Elizabeth
Townsend, Light
born: 1708 in Northampton, VA
spouse: ?, Elizabeth
     child: Townsend, John (b abt 1730)
     child: Townsend, Benedictus
     child: Townsend, Priscilla (b 1751, d 22 Jun 1810)
     child: Townsend, Thomas
     child: Townsend, Light  
served: Revolutionary War

father: David, John
mother: ? Ann
David, Jenkin (or Jenkyn) (1713 - 1778/79) [IGI]
born: 17 Mar 1713 in Wales
emmigrated: to Marlboro County with brother Owen
In 1736, or early in the following year, a company of the Welch settled on Cat Fish, a stream in what is now Marion District, in the tract first assigned them. Among these were Jenkin and Owen David. They remained there a short time, and then removed higher up the river to the neighbourhood of the Welch Neck. As appears from the petition which led to the extension of the Welch Tract much above its original boundary, the lands on the upper Pedee seem to have suited their agricultural purposes better, being well adapted also to settlements immediately contiguous to the river. To that rich and compact body of land, embraced in a bend of the river, opposite the present village of Society Hill, and called, from an early period, the "Welch Neck," the attention of these prudent settlers appears from the first to have been directed. And there they began to gather in a body.
p 51, History of the old Cheraws, by Alexander Gregg
served: French and Indian Wars under General Wayne
married:
spouse:
     child: David, Azariah (1739 - ?)
     child: David, Owen (abt 1741 - ?)
     child: David, Jenkin (abt 1743 - ?)
     child: David, John  
married 2nd: 21 Apr 1756 in Wales
spouse: Rodgers, Rachael
died: 17 Oct 1778/79

father: Pearson, Simon
mother: Thurston, Sarah
Pearson, Moses [WGP]
born: 21 May 1716 in Stafford Co, VA
married:
spouse: Rodgers, Sarah
     child: Pearson, Aaron
     child: Pearson, Moses  
     child: Pearson, Ruth (m. Askew, John)
     child: Pearson, Sarah (m. Cherry, William)
     child: Pearson, Bradent
     child: Pearson, Comfort
     child: Pearson, Ruth
died: 25 May 1763 in Marlboro Co, SC

father: Pearson, Simon
mother: Thurston, Sarah
Pearson, Samuel [WGP]
born: 1723 in Baltimore Cty, MD
married: abt 1747 in New Bern, Craven Co, NC
spouse: Simmons, Mary
     child: Pearson, Simon
     child: Pearson, Rachael
     child: Pearson, Patience
     child: Pearson, Charity
     child: Pearson, Fereby
     child: Pearson, Paris Allen
     child: Pearson, Asa
     child: Pearson, Esther
     child: Pearson, Peace
     child: Pearson, Preston
died: 4 May 1802 in Wake Co, NC

father: Rodgers, Nicholas
mother: ? Martha
Rodgers, Rachael (1725 - 1756) [IGI]
born: 1725 in Wales
married: 21 Apr 1756 in Wales
spouse: David, Jenkin
     step child: David, Azariah (1739 - ?)
     step child: David, Owen (abt 1741 - ?)
     step child: David, Jenkin (abt 1743 - ?)
     step child: David, John  

father: Pouncey, Anthony (b 1710 in Virginia)
mother: ?, Lucy (b. New Kent Co., Va.)
Pouncy, Roger
born: abt 1730 in Virginia
married:
spouse: ?, Elizabeth
     child: Pouncey, Delilah
     child: Pouncey, Anthony (b. 1756)
     child: Pouncey, Samuel (b. 1758 in Darlington, S.C.)
     child: Pouncey, William
     child: Pouncey, Mary
     child: Pouncey, Lucy
occupation: Landowner, soldier
died: 5 Nov 1795 in Society Hill, Darlington Co., S.C.

father:
mother:
Spears, Nathaniel (abt 1730 - 1763) [IGI]
born: abt 1730 in England
married abt 1750 in SC
spouse: Wise, Lydia
     child: Spears, Winifred
     child: Spears, David (abt 1756 - ?)
     child: Spears, James Edwin  
     child: Spears, William
died: 1763 in Bennetsville, Marlboro Co, SC

father: Watson, John
mother: ?
Watson, Anphilida
born: 1730 in Hanover, VA
married: Nov 1759 in Chatham, VA
spouse: Townsend, Thomas
     child: Townsend, Benjamin
     child: Townsend, Jabez (b 15 Jun 1762, m 11 Sep 1786 to Mary Bailey, d 1 Nov 1817)
     child: Townsend, Deliliah (b 18 Feb 1764, m Thomas Jefferson)
     child: Townsend, Didamia (b 18 Nov 1765, m abt 1785 to Jesse Webb)
     child: Townsend, Elizabeth (Bettie, b 22 Apr 1768, d 21 May 1860)
     child: Townsend, Light (b 18 Aug 1769, d abt 20 Aug 1846)
     child: Townsend, Gideon (b 15 Mar 1774, d young)
     child: Townsend, Lucy (b 25 Nov 1775, m 11 Mar 1792 to Peyton Nolan, d 10 Sep 1843)
     child: Townsend, Mollie (b 3 feb 1778, d bef 1798)
     child: Townsend, Thomas Jefferson (b 28 Dec 1780, m. Elizabeth Davidson Ewing, d. 14 May 1851)
moved: from Greenville Cnty, VA to Logan Co., KY, probably in 1797, after death of Thomas Townsend
died: 1818 in Logan Co., KY
buried: Red River Presbyterian Churchyard

father: Townsend, Light
mother: ?, Elizabeth
Townsend, Thomas (1732 - 1796)
born: 1732 in Accomac Cnty, Virginia
married: Nov 1759 in Chatham, VA
spouse: Watson, Anphilida
     child: Townsend, Benjamin
     child: Townsend, Jabez (b 15 Jun 1762, m 11 Sep 1786 to Mary Bailey, d 1 Nov 1817)
     child: Townsend, Deliliah (b 18 Feb 1764, m Thomas Jefferson)
     child: Townsend, Didamia (b 18 Nov 1765, m abt 1785 to Jesse Webb)
     child: Townsend, Elizabeth (Bettie, b 22 Apr 1768, d 21 May 1860)
     child: Townsend, Light (b 18 Aug 1769, d abt 20 Aug 1846)
     child: Townsend, Gideon (b 15 Mar 1774, d young)
     child: Townsend, Lucy (b 25 Nov 1775, m 11 Mar 1792 to Peyton Nolan, d 10 Sep 1843)
     child: Townsend, Mollie (b 3 feb 1778, d bef 1798)
     child: Townsend, Thomas Jefferson (b 28 Dec 1780, m. Elizabeth Davidson Ewing, d. 14 May 1851)
died: 1796, in Greenville Cnty, SC
buried: Townsend-Bowling Burial Ground

father:
mother:
Wise, Lydia (abt 1734 - ?) [IGI]
born: abt 1734 in VA
married abt 1750 in Virginia
spouse: Spears, Nathaniel
     child: Spears, Winifred (abt 1754 - abt 1805)
     child: Spears, David (abt 1756 - ?)
     child: Spears, James Edwin  
     child: Spears, William
died:

father: Townsend, Light
mother: ?, Elizabeth
Townsend, Light (1735 - abt 1801)
born: abt 1735 in Pittsylvania Co, VA
married: 1759 in Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: Pouncey, Delilah
     child: Townsend, John
     child: Townsend, Rhoda  
     child: Townsend, Thomas
     child: Townsend, Light
     child: Townsend, William
     child: Townsend, Mary
served: Col. Lemuel Benton's Regiment of Militia, under General Francis Marion, "The Swamp Fox"
married 2nd: 1 Jun 1796 in Shelby Co, KY [LHT/SC p 8]
spouse: Dickerson, Elizabeth (Betsy)
     child: Townsend, Anne
     child: Townsend, Lucy
     child: Townsend, Betsy
     child: Townsend, Nancy
     child: Townsend, James
died: 1817 in Warren Co, KY
buried: Mossy Bay churchyard cemetery

father: Pearson, Moses
mother: Rodgers, Sarah
Pearson, Aaron [WGP]
born: 1736 in Marlboro Co, SC
married:
spouse: Spears, Winifred
     child: Pearson, Aaron
     child: Pearson, Sarah
     child: Pearson, Martha
served: Private in Hicks' Regiment
died: 1808 in Marlboro Co, SC

father: Pearson, Moses
mother: Rodgers, Sarah
Pearson, Moses [WGP]
born: 31 Dec 1738 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: 1764 in Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: Blair, Rachel I.
     child: Pearson, Peggy (1768 - )
     child: Pearson, Joshua J. (1770 - )
     child: Pearson, Mary (Polly)
     child: Pearson, Thomas (1775 - 1856) [JH]
     child: Pearson, Lemuel  
     child: Pearson, Rachel (1778 - )
     child: Pearson, William Henry (1780 - 1818)
The Pearsons settled on the east side of the river, in what is now Marlborough District, on a valuable tract of land, known afterwards and from an early day as the " Big Plantation." Moses Pearson was a noted captain in the Revolution.
p 179, History of the old Cheraws, by Alexander Gregg
served: Lieutenant in Hicks' Regiment ( -1780)
served: Captain in Benton's Regiment, Marion's Brigrade (1781-1782)
occupation: yeoman, planter
served: Judge of the Marlboro County Court
died: 6 Dec 1799 in Marlboro Co, SC (will)

father: David, Jenkin
mother: Rodgers, Rachael
David, John (1745 - 1820) [IGI]
born: 1745 in Wales
served: Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade
married: 31 Jan 1769
spouse: Booth, Sarah (1748 - 14 Jul 1773)
     child: David, Jane (12 Nov 1769 - 14 Nov 1769)
     child: David, Jane Pouncy (24 May 1771 - 1779)
     child: David, Jesse (11 Jul 1773 - 1808)
married 2nd:
spouse: Jones, Mary (died after three months)
married 3rd: 2 Apr 1778 in SC
spouse: Allison, Isabella
     child: David, Jesse (21 Feb 1779 - 13 Apr 1779)
     child: David, John (29 Dec 1780 - 30 Dec 1780)
     child: David, Joseph (6 Apr 1782 - 1796)
     child: David, James (13 Sep 1784 - 21 Nov 1784)
     child: David, Mary  
married 4th: 9 Jan 1788
spouse: Stevens, Sarah (bef 1749 - ?)
     child: David, Sarah (24 Nov 1788 - 18 Oct 1803)
     child: David, Benjamin (17 Apr 1792 - 1 Dec 1793)
married 5th: 20 Oct 1804
spouse: Bridges, Mary (b abt 1760, m 1st Stubbs, John, d 17 Jan 1828)
     child: David, Eliza Jane (b. 30 Jan 1806, m Bridges, Wm D., d 1884)
died: 3 Dec 1820

father: Pouncey, Roger [Roger Pouncey had two sons—Anthony and William—and three daughters—Mary, Lucy, and Delilah.]
mother: ?, Elizabeth
Pouncy, Delilah [S52]
born: 18 Feb 1745/46 in Scotland
married: 1759
spouse: Townsend, Light
     child: Townsend, John
     child: Townsend, Rhoda  
     child: Townsend, Thomas
     child: Townsend, Light
     child: Townsend, William
     child: Townsend, Mary
died: 9 Aug 1785 in Marlboro County, SC
buried: Townsend cemetery

father:
mother:
Stapleton, Steven
born: abt 1750
married:
spouse: ?, Amelia
     child: Stapleton, Morris
     child: Stapleton, William
     child: Stapleton, Mary
died:

father: Townsend, Light
mother: Carloss, Mary Ann
Townsend, John Robertson (1750 - 1819) [S47]
born: 20 Apr 1750 in SC
marriage: abt 1772, in FL
spouse: Rogers, Catherine (Kate)
     child: Townsend, Henry Alexander (Harry)
     child: Townsend, Light
     child: Townsend, Ida
     child: Townsend, Harriet (Hattie)
     child: Townsend, Mary Anne
     child: Townsend, John Roger

father: Spears, Nathaniel
mother: Wise, Lydia
Spears, Winifred [WGP]
born: abt 1754 in Marlboro Co, SC
married:
spouse: Pearson, Aaron
     child: Pearson, Aaron
     child: Pearson, Sarah
     child: Pearson, Martha
served: Private in Hicks' Regiment
died: 1805 in Marlboro Co, SC

father: Bodyford, Green O.
mother: ?, Mary
Bodiford, James
born: abt 1756 in North Carolina

     child: Townsend, Jabish (based on DNA evidence)
     child: Bodiford, Isham (b. abt 1784)
married: abt 1793 in North Carolina
spouse: Pouncy, Mary Ann
     child: Bodiford, Pouncey (b. abt 1795 in S. C.)
     child: Bodiford, Elinor (b. abt 1798 in S. C.)
     child: Bodiford, Alexander (b. 18 Dec 1805 in S. C.)
     child: Bodiford, George (b. abt 1810 in S. C.)
     child: Bodiford, Ann Elizabeth (b. abt 1812 in S. C.)
died: abt 1816 in Marlboro Co, SC

father: Allison, Robert (probable)
mother:
Allison, Isabella (1758 - 1786) [IGI]
born: 1758
married: 2 Apr 1778
spouse: David, John
     child: David, Jesse (21 Feb 1779 - 13 Apr 1779)
     child: David, John (29 Dec 1780 - 30 Dec 1780)
     child: David, Joseph (6 Apr 1782 - 1796)
     child: David, James (13 Sep 1784 - 21 Nov 1784)
     child: David, Mary  
died: 11 Nov 1786 in SC (when Mary was 10 months old)

father:
mother:
Huckabee, Thomas [J.A.W.T.]
born: in VA
served: in Revolutionary War under General Francis Marion
married:
spouse: McCall, Nancy
     child: Huckabee, Thomas W.
     child: Huckabee, Allen
died:

father: Meekins, Jonathan
mother: Christian, ?
Meekins, Lydia [IGI]
born: 3 Feb 1758 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: 1777 in Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: Spears, James Edwin
     child: Spears, Sara (11 Apr 1779 - aft 1850)
     child: Spears, Nancy Ann (5 Mar 1781 - 23 Jan 1858)
     child: Spears, Elizabeth  
     child: Spears, Meekins (18 Feb 1787 - ?)
     child: Spears, Nathaniel (19 Oct 1789 - ?)
     child: Spears, Lydia (22 Sep 1792 - ?)
     child: Spears, Mary (6 Apr 1795 - 23 Oct 1874)
     child: Spears, James Edwin (22 Oct 1798 - 3 Sep 1871)
     child: Spears, David (10 Jun 1801 - 18 Jan 1845)
death probated: Aug 1848 in Bennettsville, Marlboro Co, SC
buried: Mossy Bay Cem., Marlboro Co, SC

father: Spears, Nathaniel
mother: Wise, Lydia
Spears, James Edwin (1758 - 1843) [IGI]
born: 10 Oct 1758 in Bennetsville, Marlboro Co, SC
married: 1777 in Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: Meekins, Lydia
     child: Spears, Sara (11 Apr 1779 - aft 1850)
     child: Spears, Nancy Ann (5 Mar 1781 - 23 Jan 1858)
     child: Spears, Elizabeth  
     child: Spears, Meekins (18 Feb 1787 - ?)
     child: Spears, Nathaniel (19 Oct 1789 - ?)
     child: Spears, Lydia (22 Sep 1792 - ?)
     child: Spears, Mary (6 Apr 1795 - 23 Oct 1874)
     child: Spears, James Edwin (22 Oct 1798 - 3 Sep 1871)
     child: Spears, David (10 Jun 1801 - 18 Jan 1845)
died: Oct 1843 in Bennetsville, Marlboro Co, SC
buried: Mossy Bay Cem., Marlboro Co, SC

father: Townsend, Thomas
mother: Watson, Anaphilda
Townsend, Benjamin
born: 30 Aug 1759 in Pittsylvania, VA
married: abt 1779 in Greenville Cnty, SC
spouse: Spraggin, Martha (Patsey)
     child: Townsend, John J.
     child: Townsend, Nathaniel
     child: Townsend, Saunders A. Ward
     child: Townsend, Tabitha
     child: Townsend, Light
     child: Townsend, Benjamin Jr.
     child: Townsend, Elizabeth
     child: Townsend, Nancy
     child: Townsend, Frances
     child: Townsend, Martha Ann
granted: 146 acres Greenville Cnty
died: 1824 in Greenville Cnty, SC

father:
mother:
John, Jesse (1760 - ?)
born: abt 1760
spouse: never married
     child: Townsend, Samuel (presumed)
     child: Townsend, Jabish (per court order)  
     child: Townsend, Benjamin (presumed)
Film C. 258;
Department of Archives & History, Columbia, S.C.
Marlboro S.C. Minute book of County - Intermediate Court
1786-1808

County Court, Dec 5 1786
Ordered that Jesse John and Rhoda Townsend, having been convicted of bastardy of a male child, he is to pay 4 pnds. 8 each quarter to maintain the child to age ten years and give bond with good security to Clerk of Court for upkeep of the child. [LHC/SC p 14]


father: Townsend, Light
mother: Pouncy, Deliliah
Townsend, John [S47]
born: 26 Dec 1761 near Pee Dee River, in Marlboro County, SC
married: abt 1790 in Marlboro County, SC
spouse: Hays, Keziah
     child: Townsend, Jessie (b 10 Aug 1793)
     child: Townsend, James (b 27 Nov 1794, d 25 Sep 1825)
"James died of a rattle snake bite while squirrel hunting. Killing the snake, he sat down on a log and consumed the remainder of his powder as an antidote. His body was discovered from buzzards which his faithful dog kept in the air." [S45]

     child: Townsend, John (Jack)
     child: Townsend, Light
"Light Townsend was the only son of John who remained long in Marlboro. He was a man of indomitable energy, and large native intellect. He gathered a large fortune by his industry and skill, and left his young family in comfortable circumstances." [J.A.W.T.]

     child: Townsend, Joel (b 19 Jan 1799)
     child: Townsend, Allen
     child: Townsend, Florrie (b 15 Aug 1804)
     child: Townsend, Arpie (b 7 Oct 1806)
     child: Townsend, David (b 12 Jan 1808)
Brothers Jesse, John, David, and Allen, his wife and newborn son, sought better opportunities in Irwin County, Georgia, in around 1826. Irwin County was formed out of Creek Indian lands aquired through war and treaty by the federal government in 1814 and dispensed in the third Georgia Land Lottery of 1820. This land was rich, low in cost, and very attractive to settlers.
John Townsend's gravestone
     child: Townsend, Fereba (Fereby) (b 22 Jul 1810)
     child: Townsend, Benjamin (b 20 Jan 1812)
     child: Townsend, Isham (b 2 Sep 1813, d Mar 1829)
     child: Townsend, Delaney (b 22 Sep 1815)
     child: Townsend, Hester Ann
died: 7 Jul 1843 in Marlboro Co, SC
buried: Mossy Bay Cemetery in Marlboro Co, SC

father: Spears, James Edwin
mother: Wise, Lydia
Spears, William (abt 1762 - 1835)
born: abt 1762 in Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: Richardson, Elizabeth
died: 1835

father: Townsend, Light
mother: Pouncy, Deliliah
Townsend, Rhoda [Census 1810]
born: 1762 in Marlboro County, SC
spouse: never married
     child: Townsend, Samuel
     child: Townsend, Jabish  
     child: Townsend, Benjamin

Film C. 258;
Department of Archives & History, Columbia, S.C.
Marlboro S.C. Minute book of County - Intermediate Court
1786-1808

County Court, Dec. 5, 1786
Ordered that Jesse John and Rhoda Townsend, having been convicted of bastardy of a male child, he is to pay 4pnds.8 each quarter to maintain the child to age 10 years and give bond with good security to Clerk of Court for upkeep of the child.

died: 1831 [IGI] in Marlboro Co., SC, but her grave has not been discovered

father: Townsend, Light
mother: Pouncy, Deliliah
Townsend, Thomas T. (abt 1765 - 1828) [S47]
born: abt 1765 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: Jan 1795 in Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: Stapleton, Mary Elizabeth
     child: Townsend, Asa
     child: Townsend, Thomas Roderick
     child: Townsend, Stephen
     child: Townsend, Elizabeth [LHT/SC p 12]
     child: Townsend, Spencer Burton
     child: Townsend, Light
     child: Townsend, Moses
     child: Townsend, William
     child: Townsend, Stapleton
moved: with family to Bullock Co, Georgia, abt 1816
died: 28 Oct 1828 in Jefferson Co, FL

father: Stapleton, Steven
mother: ?, Amelia
Stapleton, Mary Elizabeth
born: 20 Aug 1770 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: Jan 1795 in Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: Townsend, Thomas T.
     child: Townsend, Asa
     child: Townsend, Thomas Roderick
     child: Townsend, Stephen
     child: Townsend, Elizabeth [LHT/SC p 12]
     child: Townsend, Spencer Burton
     child: Townsend, Light
     child: Townsend, Moses
     child: Townsend, William
     child: Townsend, Stapleton
moved: with family to Bullock Co, Georgia, abt 1816
died: aft 1838 in Jefferson Co, FL

father: Townsend, Light
mother: Pouncy, Deliliah
Townsend, Light (1770 - 1851) [S51]
born: 1770 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: abt 1792 in Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: Carter, Phoebe (1780 - 2 Feb 1848) [LHT/SC p 9]
     child: Townsend, John (1792 - ?)
     child: Townsend, Zelpha (1795 - ?)
     child: Townsend, Light (1796 - ?)
     child: Townsend, Isaac (1802 - 1862)
     child: Townsend, Nancy (1806 - ?)
     child: Townsend, William (1808 - 1855)
     child: Townsend, Thomas (1809 - 1833)
moved: bef 1810 to Liberty Co, GA
     child: Townsend, Elizabeth (1811 - 1862)
     child: Townsend, Margaret (1814 - 1858)
     child: Townsend, Mary (1816 - 1855)
     child: Townsend, Sarah (1820 - 1900)
died: 14 Oct 1851 in Brooksville, Hernando Co, FL

father: Hays, Belithia (abt 1746 - abt 1805, Marlboro Cnty)
mother: Clark, Amey (abt 1750 - Apr 1819)
Hays, Keziah (Aunt Kissy)
born: abt 1772
spouse: Townsend, John
     child: Townsend, Jessie (b 10 Aug 1793, d 1883)
     child: Townsend, James (b 27 Nov 1794, d 25 Sep 1825)
     child: Townsend, John (Jack)
     child: Townsend, Light
     child: Townsend, Joel (b 19 Jan 1799, d 14 May 1880)
     child: Townsend, Allen (b 21 Nov 1801, d 10 May 1880)
     child: Townsend, Florrie (b 15 Aug 1804, d 1805) Keziah's gravestone
     child: Townsend, Arpie (b 7 Oct 1806, d 26 Sep 1872)
     child: Townsend, David (b 12 Jan 1808 d aft 1875)
     child: Townsend, Fereba (b 22 Jul 1810, 14 Dec 1896)
     child: Townsend, Benjamin (b 20 Jan 1812, d 1904)
     child: Townsend, Isham (b 2 Sep 1813, d 21 Mar 1829)
     child: Townsend, Delaney (b 22 Sep 1815, d aft 1846)
     child: Townsend, Hester Ann
died: 2 Dec 1858 in Marlboro, SC
buried: Mossy Bay Cemetery in Marlboro, SC

father: Townsend, Light
mother: Pouncy, Deliliah
Townsend, Mary [S47]
born: 11 Apr 1771 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: Oct 1791 in Woodford Co, KY [IGI]
spouse: Sample, David (b 1770)
     child: Sample, Benjamin (b 13 Oct 1792)
     child: Sample, William (b 22 Oct 1794)
     child: Sample, John (b 22 Nov 1796)
     child: Sample, Andrew (b 17 Mar 1798)
     child: Sample, Jacob (b 1804, d 1859)
died: 25 May 1858 in Pisgah, Morgan Co, IL

father:
mother:
McCall, Nancy [J.A.W.T.]
born: abt 1772 in Scotland
emmigrated: to Marlboro, SC in 1892
married:
spouse: Huckabee, Thomas
     child: Huckabee, Thomas W.  
     child: Huckabee, Allen ( - 1881 in AR)
died: abt 1881

father: Pearson, Moses
mother: Blair, Rachel I.
Pearson, Mary (Polly) [JH]
born: 1785 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: 30 Aug 1804 in Bennettsville, Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: Galloway, William
     child: Galloway, James Alpheus
     child: Galloway, Mary (b 1807, m Scott, Rev Thomas, d AL)
     child: Galloway, Moses Griffen (1809 - 1872)
died: 1824 in Marlboro Co, SC
buried: Lester, Marlboro Co, SC

father: Townsend, Light
mother: Pouncy, Deliliah
Townsend, William (abt 1772 - ?) [S47]
born: abt 1772 in Marlboro County, SC
married: abt 1792 in Marlboro, SC
died: aft 1800

father: Stubbs, James
mother: Tallent, Sarah
Stubbs, John
born: 1775
married:
spouse: McDaniel, Anne Fuller
     child: Stubbs, John Weldon
     child: Stubbs, Alexander
     child: Stubbs, Lizzie
     child: Stubbs, Jackson
     child: Stubbs, Anna
     child: Stubbs, Lucinda
died: 1825

father: Pearson, Moses
mother: Blair, Rachel I.
Pearson, Lemuel (1776 - 1824) [IGI]
born: 1776 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: 7 Apr 1809 in Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: David, Mary
     child: Pearson, Rachel Jane  
     child: Pearson, William H. [JH]
     child: Pearson, Mary
died: 1824 in Marlboro Co, SC
buried: Lester, Marlboro Co, SC

father: John, Jesse (presumed)
mother: Townsend, Rhoda
Townsend, Samuel (1782 - ?)
born: 1782 in Marlboro, SC
spouse: Sweeney, Sarah
     child: Townsend, Rhoda A.
     child: Townsend, Arthur (became MD)
     child: (seven additional)
"The brilliant Col. Knox Livingston, of Bennettsville, is a grandson of Samuel Townsend, who lived for a long time in the very heart of the Brownsville community, and when an old man removed to Florida with a large family of sons and daughters." [J.A.W.T.]

father: Spears, James Edwin
mother: Meekins, Lydia
Spears, Elizabeth (Betty) (1784 - 1846) [S47]
born: 22 May 1784 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: abt 1810 in Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: Townsend, Jabish T.
     child: Townsend, Rebecca Ellen
     child: Townsend, Meekin J.  
     child: Townsend, Clarissa Cea
     child: Townsend, Sarah
     child: Townsend, Elizabeth
     child: Townsend, Benjamin Dictus
     child: Townsend, Jabish N.
     child: Townsend, James
     child: Townsend, Samuel J.
     child: Townsend, Horatio
She was a woman of some education, very positive character, energetic, and was a valuable helpmeet to my grandfather. My paternal grandfather and grandmother unfortunately lived apart in their latter days. Incompatibility of temper and the intemperate habits of my grandfather led to this separation. [CPT]
died: 14 Aug 1841
buried: Mossy Bay Cemetery, Marlboro, SC

father: John, Jesse (based on court order)
father: Bodiford, James (based on DNA evidence)
mother: Townsend, Rhoda
Townsend, Jabish T.
born: 11 Oct 1783/4 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: abt 1810 in Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: Spears, Elizabeth (Betty)
     child: Townsend, Meekin J.  
     child: Townsend, Rebecca Ellen
     child: Townsend, Clarissa Cea
     child: Townsend, Sarah
     child: Townsend, Elizabeth
     child: Townsend, Benjamin Dictus
     child: Townsend, Jabish N.
     child: Townsend, James A.
     child: Townsend, Samuel J.
     child: Townsend, Horatio
He was a farmer, uneducated, very energetic, and by hard work and economy accumulated what was considered a fortune in his day. My paternal grandfather and grandmother unfortunately lived apart in their latter days. Incompatibility of temper and the intemperate habits of my grandfather led to this separation. [CPT]

died: 15 Apr 1846
buried: Mossy Bay Cemetery, Marlboro Co, SC

father: David, John
mother: Allison, Isabella
David, Mary [IGI]
born: 28 Jan 1788 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: 7 Apr 1809 in Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: Pearson, Lemuel
     child: Pearson, Rachel Jane  
     child: Pearson, William H.
     child: Pearson, Mary
She was a remarkable woman in many respects. At the time of her death, although over seventy-five years of age, she was active, energetic and retained all of her strong intellectual powers in their full vigor. She was always industrious, cheerful and a friend and neighbor to everybody. She was of small stature, with red hair, green and piercing eyes, moved about with agility, and very sociable in nature. When a boy I spent a good deal of time at her house, and feel that much of her energy and determination were infused into my character. She was an inveterate tobacco smoker, and I can well remember seeing her light her pipe with fire produced by striking flint and steel together, as this was before matches were invented. [CPT]
resided: with daughter Rachel after death of husband
died: 21 Sep 1864 in Adamsville, Marlboro Co, SC
buried: Symrna Meth. Cem, Lester, Marlboro Co, SC

father:
mother:
Carloss, Robertson
born: VA
moved: Marlboro County, S. C., abt 1790
married: 7 June 1803
spouse: Poellnitz, Charlotte Julie
     child: Carloss, Sara (m Moore, John Dictus)
     child: Carloss, Robertson A.
     child: Carloss, John
     child: Carloss, Mary Ann [S47]
died: 21 Dec 1826 after a long illness

father: John, Jesse (presumed)
mother: Townsend, Rhoda
Townsend, Benjamin D. (1788 - ?)
born: 1788 in Marlboro, SC
married: bef 1810
spouse: ?, Esther
     child: Townsend, Samuel (1825 - ?)
     child: Townsend, Mary (1826 - ?)
     child: Townsend, Laura (1828 - ?)
     child: Townsend, William (1834 - ?)
     child: Townsend, Benjamin Franklin (b 1837, m Beverly, Elizabeth, d abt 14 Aug 1895)
died: aft 1850 [Census 1850]

father: Townsend, Thomas
mother: Stapleton, Mary Elizabeth
Townsend, Asa [D.S.] bio
born: 14 Dec 1795 in Marlboro Co, SC
attended: academy in Anson Co, NC
moved: with family to Bullock Co, GA, abt 1816
married: 1824 or 1825 in McIntosh Co, GA
spouse: Harper, Rebecca Candacy (Reba)
     child: Townsend, Asa Leonard
     child: Townsend, Susan
     child: Townsend, Elizabeth
     child: Townsend, Thomas Lewis (Tup)
     child: Townsend, Moses Solon
     child: Townsend, James Light
     child: Townsend, Henry Sumner
     child: Townsend, Jacob
moved: to Florida by Oct 1830, and to Texas in 1838
Their first two children were born in Georgia; but they had moved to Florida by October 1830, where their third child was born. While in Florida, Asa was a member of the state militia during the Seminole Indian War. In the fall of 1837, he and his family traveled by boat to New Orleans; and in the spring of 1838 proceeded by oxcart to what is now Colorado County, but at that time was a part of the Republic of Texas. By 1840, he owned 555 acres of land, 20 head of cattle and five slaves; and in 1845, he obtained title to an additional section of land (640 acres) in what is now Borden County. That same year he served on the committee that drafted the preamble and resolution for the annexation of Texas to the U.S. He was active in seeking this annexation; and as a result, in 1741 he had charges brought against him for participating in a riot.

Asa Townsend was an active Mason and during the 1840s he was instrumental in the organization of Masonic lodges in the towns of LaGrange, Round Rock, Columbus and Waco, Texas. In 1846, he served as county coroner in Colorado County and appeared on the 1846 poll list there. During the summer of 1846 he enlisted as a Private in Company E, First Regiment, Texas Mounted Riflemen for the Mexican War, receiving his discharge on 21 September 1846. In 1849, he served on the Colorado Navigation Association. We find him and his family on the 1850 census for Colorado County, age 56, with a real estate value of $6,000. His wife's age appears on this census as age 65; however it is believed this was an error by the enumerator as their youngest child on this census is age two. And on the 1860 census her age is listed as 64, which would be in keeping with the 1795 date of birth listed for her elsewhere. It is interesting that included on this census was a set of twins. For twins to have survived in that era was unusual.

By 1860, Asa's estate had increased to a value of $30,000, making him one of the more prosperous ranchers in Colorado County. To date, he has not yet been located on the 1870 Texas census; but as he was residing with his son, Henry Sumner Townsend in Colorado County, at the time of his death in September 1876, it is possible he may be found with him or another family member in 1870. It is not known where either he or his wife are buried, but presumably it was in Colorado County, Texas.
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died: 22 September 1876, Colorado Co, Texas

father: Townsend, Thomas T.
mother: Stapleton, Mary Elizabeth
Townsend, Thomas Roderick
born: 7 Feb 1797 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: 17 April 1819 in McIntosh Cnty, Georgia
spouse: Dean, Pamelia Ann (Nancy)
     child: Townsend, Elizabeth
     child: Townsend, Maurice/Morris
     child: Townsend, William Spencer
     child: Townsend, Gideon T.
     child: Townsend, Clementine
     child: Townsend, Light Stapleton
     child: Townsend, Carpalonia
moved: with brother Spencer to Texas, abt 1826
About 1826, he and his brother, Spencer Burton Townsend, came to Texas to investigate the land being offered to settlers by the Mexican government. Satisfied with what they learned, they returned home and sold their holds and with their brother, Asa Townsend, moved their families to Texas sometime between 2 May 1835 and 2 Mar 1836.

He appeared with brother, Spencer, before the Board of Land Commissioners on 2 Mar 1836, where he signed a statement he had arrived in TX prior to that date and received a league of land in David G. Burnet's colony and settled near what is now Crockett, Texas on the old Nacogdoches Road. He signed the list of petitioners asking the Texas Congress to establish Houston County in 1837 and listed Mustang Prairie as his home.

During the Texas Revolution, Thomas Roderick Townsend furnished beef and corn from his farm for the beleaguered Texas freedom fighters. And he also served in the Texas Ranger company of Captain Elisha Clapp. Captain Clapp was also from Mustang Prairie and he and his men had been charged by General Sam Houston on 31 May 1837 with the task of ranging from any point on the Brazos River to a Mr. Hall's trading house on the Trinity River in order to intercept raiding Indians.

Thomas Roderick Townsend was serving on jury duty when he died on 31 August 1838 at LaGrange in Fayette County, Texas. In 1839, the settlement of his estate in Fayette County, TX indicated the sum of $33.47 was due the State of Texas. Supposedly his grave in LaGrange City Cemetery is marked with a tall limestone marker.
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died: 31 Aug 838 at LaGrange, Fayette Cnty, Texas

father: Townsend, John
mother: Hays, Keziah
Townsend, John (Jack)
born: 6 Sep 1796
married: abt 1832 in Lowndes Co., GA
spouse: Hargrove, Vicie
     child: Townsend, Noah
spouse: Hargrove, Hulda
spouse: Hill, Rachel Jane (b 1814)
died: 1847, Drowned in Suwannee River, Buried at Jackís Bluff, Florida

father: Townsend, John
mother: Hays, Keziah
Townsend, Light
born: 1 May 1798
married: 11 Oct 1838
spouse: Carloss, Mary Ann
"Light Townsend was the only son of John who remained long in Marlboro. He was a man of indomitable energy, and large native intellect. He gathered a large fortune by his industry and skill, and left his young family in comfortable circumstances." [J.A.W.T.]

granted: 200 acres in Marlboro Co., 1840
     child: Townsend, Harriet
     child: Townsend, Sarah (b 20 Nov 1841, d 30 Dec 1841)
     child: Townsend, Caroline (b 30 Mar 1845, d 6 Dec 1854)
     child: Townsend, James Alexander (b 20 Nov 1853, d 27 Jun 1855)
died: 17 Mar 1870 in Marlboro Co, SC
buried: Mossy Bay Cemetery

father: Townsend, Thomas T.
mother: Stapleton, Mary Elizabeth
Townsend, Stephen
born: 17 January 1800, Marlboro District, South Carolina
married:
spouse: Robison, Sabrina
     child: Townsend, Florida
     child: Townsend, John Thomas Windfield
     child: Townsend, Samuel
fought: with Sam Houston at San Jacinto
Stephen Townsend left Florida with his brother Thomas Townsend and cousin William Stapleton, but Stephen and his wife had to stop in Louisiana for the birth of their child. After the birth Stephen and his family came to Texas and settled near the town of Round Top, in Fayette County. After the war he moved this family to Colorado County and Stephen was elected the first Sheriff. Stephen helped settle the town of Seclusion, Texas. He moved up in the Texas Rangers to the rank of Captain.

died: 1 October 1851, Texas

father: Hubbard, John
mother: McNat, Jane
Hubbard, William
born: 29 Jul 1801 in Marlboro County, SC
married: abt 1818
spouse: Stubbs, Honor (b 1804)
     child: Hubbard, Mary (b 13 Feb 1818, m Stubbs, Lewis)
     child: Hubbard, Martha (m Odom, Peter)
     child: Hubbard, Lucy (m Breeden, Morgan))
     child: Hubbard, Jane (m Newton, B. J.)
     child: Hubbard, John (m Jones, Kitty)
     child: Hubbard, Rebecca A.
     child: Hubbard, Pheribee (m Moore, Thomas B.)
     child: Hubbard, William E.
died: 1 Nov 1857 in Marlboro County, SC
buried: Hubbard Cemetery

father: Galloway, William
mother: Pearson, Mary
Galloway, James Alpheus [JH]
born: 14 Apr 1805 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: 30 Aug 1830
spouse: Townsend, Rebecca Ellen
     child: Galloway, Mary E.
     child: Galloway, Jake
     child: Galloway, Moses
     child: Galloway, Sara
     child: Galloway, James
     child: Galloway, William
     child: Galloway, John
     child: Galloway, Rachel
     child: Galloway, Horatio
died: 14 Jul 1881 in Marlboro Co, SC
buried: Parnassus Cemetery

father: Stubbs, John (b 1775, d 1825)
mother: McDaniel, Ann Fuller
Stubbs, John Weldon
born: 1807
married:
spouse: Pate, Elizabeth (Betsy)
     child: Stubbs, Samuel F. (d C.S.A. service)
     child: Stubbs, David Derrick
     child: Stubbs, Lawrence D. (m Webster, Virginia)
     child: Stubbs, Campbell Easterling (m1 Hoyt, Alice, m2 Mood, Mary Catherine)
     child: Stubbs, John B. (m1 Covington, Ann, m2 Odom, Eliza Temperance)
     child: Stubbs, James L.
     child: Stubbs, Thoroughgood Pate (m McRae, Sally)
     child: Stubbs, Martha F. (m Pate, Levander Garland)
     child: Stubbs, Mary (m Stubbs, Thomas Adams, d abt 1 Jun 1887)
     child: Stubbs, Leticia (m McRae, W. J.)
     child: Stubbs, Ann (m Jones, Thomas)
died: 1 Jul 1883

father: Townsend, Jabish
mother: Spears, Elizabeth
Townsend, Meekin J. [Bio from son C. P. Townsend]
born: 30 Aug 1807 on his father's plantation near Mossy Bay Church in Marlboro Co, SC
married: 26 Nov 1826 in SC
spouse: Pearson, Rachel Jane
     child: Townsend, Robert E.  
     child: Townsend, Eliza J. (m Thornwell, C. A.)
     child: Townsend, Mary Ann (b. 1832, died young)
     child: Townsend, Lucinda (died young, stone)
     child: Townsend, Charles P.
     child: Townsend, Sarah
     child: Townsend, Henry E.
     child: Townsend, Walter A.
     child: Townsend, Caroline
     child: Townsend, Sam H. (1848 - ?)
     child: Townsend, Virginia (1849 - ?, m J. M. Waddell)
proprietor: Townsend & Douglas, Marlboro County's first cotton mill
Adamsville is near the former site of the "Burnt Factory," the first cotton mill of consequence in the state of South Carolins, built in 1835. Meekin 'aquired interest' in it in 1840 and 'purchased' it in 1845. It was destroyed by fire in 1851.
elected: Sheriff of Marlboro County (1838-1841)
"Meekin, the father of Judge C. P. Townsend and others, was a man of keen intellect, popular manners, and great energy. He served his people quite acceptably as sheriff and died in the strength and vigor of manhood." [J.A.W.T.]
granted: 225 acres of land, 3 Dec 1845
died: 21 Dec 1852 at age 45
buried: First United Methodist Church Cemetery, Bennetsville, Marlboro, SC; gravestone

father: Townsend, Jabish
mother: Spears, Elizabeth
Townsend, Rebecca Ellen (1808 - 1872) [S47]
born: 11 Apr 1808 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: 30 Aug 1830
spouse: Galloway, James Alpheus
     child: Galloway, Mary E.
     child: Galloway, Jake
     child: Galloway, Moses
     child: Galloway, Sara
     child: Galloway, James
     child: Galloway, William
     child: Galloway, John
     child: Galloway, Rachel
     child: Galloway, Horatio
died: 28 May 1872 in Marlboro Co, SC
buried: Parnassus Cemetery

father:
mother:
Huckabee, Younger H. [census 1840, 1850, 1860, 1880]
born: 26 Jul 1809 in SC
married: bef 1836 in Marlboro County, SC
spouse: Moore, Nancy (abt 1806 - abt 1849, m 1st Odom, Abram)
     child: Huckabee, John (Oct 1837 - )
     child: Huckabee, Caroline
     child: Huckabee, Emily (b abt 1839)
     child: Huckabee, Arminta ('Minty', b abt 1841)
married: bef 1846
spouse: ?, Harriet (b 8 Jan 1826, d 16 Apr 1901, buried Smyrna Church)
     child: Huckabee, Lucy Ann (b 2 Sep 1847, d 19 Aug 1864)
     child: Huckabee, Queen Victoria
     child: Huckabee, Henry C.
     child: Huckabee, Tally
     child: Huckabee, Charles H. (b 9 Mar 1856, d 22 Aug 1878)
     child: Huckabee, Mary Jane (Jane)
     child: Huckabee, Josephine (b abt 1862) [census 1870]
     child: Huckabee, S. E. (b abt 1863) [census 1870]
     child: Huckabee, Ada Lee (b 10 Jan 1864, d 10 Nov 1864)
     child: Huckabee, W. A. Thomas (b abt 1867) [census 1870]
occupation: farmer
died: 23 Jan 1890
buried: Lester Cemetery in Adamsville, Marlboro, SC

father: Pearson, Lemuel
mother: David, Mary
Pearson, Rachel Jane [Census 1850]
born: 31 Mar 1811 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: 26 Nov 1826 in SC
spouse: Townsend, Meekin J.
     child: Townsend, Robert E.  
     child: Townsend, Eliza J. (m C. A. Thornwell)
     child: Townsend, Mary Ann (b. 1832, died young)
     child: Townsend, Lucinda (died young)
     child: Townsend, Charles P.
     child: Townsend, Sarah
     child: Townsend, Henry E.
     child: Townsend, Walter A.
     child: Townsend, Caroline
     child: Townsend, Sam H. (1848 - ?)
     child: Townsend, Virginia (1849 - ?, m J. M. Waddell)
resided: with son Robert E. in 1870 [census 1870]
resided: with son Charles P. in 1880 [census 1880]
She was a good woman with no selfishness, no glaring faults, and seemed to live for the good and happiness of others. She had but little education, but was blessed with a strong mind in a strong body. In her everyday life she was considerate of the feelings of others, self-sacrificing, charitable in her opinions, full of the milk of human kindness, patient, cheerful, and blessed with all the christian graces. From my earliest recollection she was a member of the church and a devout christian. The impressions made upon my youthful mind by the prayers made at her knees have been ineradicable. They have had much to do with the formation of my character. My mother was a good and true Samaritan. Wherever there was sickness and trouble she delighted to be. Everything she could do to alleviate sorrow and distress was a work of love to her. Hers was a life of absolute self-abnegation. I have known her, when scarcely able to walk, leave home in order to minister to some one who was sick and suffering. All alike, rich and poor, were the objects of her solicitude and sympathy. I do not remember now ever having heard my mother speak evil of any one. She was always ready to excuse the faults of others and to throw a veil of charity over them. She had positive ___ations, loved to work, was always eager for information, and preeminently sociable. The christian doctrine, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you" was the rule of her life. She loved her neighbor as herself. She was humble, patient, cheerful and submissive under suffering and trouble. Her motto always was "God's will be done". She was a loving and affectionate mother, and to her teachings and example I owe a great deal for what character I have and what I have accomplished in life. [CPT]
died: 18 May 1894 in Marlboro Co, SC
buried: Symrna Methodist Cemetery near Lester, Marlboro Co, C

father: Townsend, Jabish
mother: Spears, Elizabeth
Townsend, Clarissa Cea (Clary) (1811 - 1880) [S47]
born: 16 May 1811
spouse: Barnett, Thomas Robinson (1800 - 1882)
     child: Barnett, James Spears (1829 - 1905)
     child: Barnett, William Jabish (1830 - ?)
     child: Barnett, Benjamin Wesley (1831 - ?)
     child: Barnett, Meekins (1833 - ?)
     child: Barnett, John N. T. (1835 - ?)
     child: Barnett, Elizabeth Penelope (1836 - 1925)
     child: Barnett, Elisha (1838 - ?)
     child: Barnett, Sarah (1840 - ?)
     child: Barnett, Thomas Fletcher (1842 - ?)
     child: Barnett, Charles Wesley (1844 - ?)
     child: Barnett, Mary Ann (1846 - 1930)
     child: Barnett, Robert Howren (1849 - 1936)
died: 23 Apr 1880 in Lake City, Columbia Co, FL [IGI]

father: Townsend, Jabish
mother: Spears, Elizabeth
Townsend, Sara (1812 - ?)
born: 8 Jun 1812 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: 22 Dec 1832
spouse: Pearson, William (1808 - ?)
     child: Pearson, Ellen (1834 - 1900)
     child: Pearson, John David (b 31 Dec 1835. d 6 Aug 1894)
     child: Pearson, Evander J. (1838 - 1857)
     child: Pearson, Robert (1839 - 1863)
     child: Pearson, Sara (Sally)
     child: Pearson, Lucinda
died: 11 Sep 1884
buried: Symrna Cemetery

father: Pearson, Lemuel
mother: David, Mary
Pearson, William H. [JH]
born: 27 Aug 1811 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: 22 Dec 1832 in SC
spouse: Townsend, Sarah
     child: Pearson, Ellen (1834 - 1900)
     child: Pearson, John David (31 Dec 1836 - 6 Aug 1894)
     child: Pearson, Evander J. (8 Jan 1836 - 23 May 1857)
     child: Pearson, Robert (1839 - 1863)
     child: Pearson, Sara (Sally)
     child: Pearson, Lucinda
died: 1 Sep 1873 in Marlboro Co, SC
buried: Lester Cemetery, Lester, SC

father: Townsend, Jabish
mother: Spears, Elizabeth
Townsend, Elizabeth (1815 - ?) [S47]
born: 27 Dec 1824
married:
spouse: McDaniel, Thomas (1815 - ?)
died: 14 Feb 1863 [LHT/SC p 24]

father: Townsend, Jabish
mother: Spears, Elizabeth
Townsend, Benjamin Dictus (1818 - 1885) [S47] [Census 1850]
born: 18 Feb 1818
married: 13 Dec 1846 in Bennetsville, SC, by Rev. S. Townsend
spouse: Brow, Mary W. (b 1819) When her mother married a man not overly kind to her, Miss Brow came from Charleston to Society Hill to teach. [GMW]
     child: Townsend, Pamelia (abt Jan 1850 - bef 1860) [LHT/SC p 15]
     child: Townsend, Constantana (1852 - ?)
     child: Townsend, Belton O. (1855 - ?)
     child: Townsend, Cary B. (1857 - ?)
occupation: Bank Agt.& Farmer
"Long and favorably known in Bennettsville as a merchant and patron of temperance, and afterwards as a citizen of Society Hill and a successful railroad president …" [J.A.W.T.]

held in slavery: five men, three women, and 18, 8, 6, 4, and 2 year old children [census 1860]
died: 10 Jun 1885

father: Townsend, Jabish
mother: Spears, Elizabeth
Townsend, Jabish N. [S47]
born: 18 Feb 1818 in Marlboro Co, SC
married: abt 1841
spouse: ?, Ann C. (b 5 Nov 1814, obit 31 Oct 1851)
     child: Townsend, Laura (b abt 1841)
     child: Townsend, Amanda (b abt 1843)
     child: Townsend, Margaret (b abt 1845)
     child: Townsend, Mary (b abt 1847)
     child: Townsend, Isabella (1849 - 1921)
married: abt 1852
spouse: Townsend, Hester Ann (1st cousin, once removed)
     child: Townsend, John C. (b 28 Sep 1852, d 28 Aug 1900; spouse died Apr 1899)
     child: Townsend, Sarah (1854 - ?)
     child: Townsend, E. D. (1857 - ?)
     child: Townsend, James J. Milton (26 Aug 1859 - 13 Jul 1860)
occupation: farmer (1860 census)
died: 10 Nov 1880
buried: Parnassus Methodist Churchyard

father: Carloss, Robertson
mother: Poellnitz. Charlotte Julie
Carloss, Mary Ann Mary Ann Carloss' gravestone
born: abt 1820
married: 11 Oct 1838
spouse: Townsend, Light
     child: Townsend, Harriet
     child: Townsend, Sarah (b 20 Nov 1841, d 30 Dec 1841)
     child: Townsend, Caroline (b 30 Mar 1845, d 6 Dec 1854)
     child: Townsend, James Alexander (b 20 Nov 1853, d 27 Jun 1855)
died: 2 Jul 1858 in Marlboro Co, SC
buried: Mossy Bay Cemetery

father: Townsend, Jabish
mother: Spears, Elizabeth
Townsend, James A. (1820 - ?) [S47]
born: 22 Dec 1820
died: 14 Aug 1841
buried Mossy Bay Cemetery, Adamsville, Marlboro Co, SC

father: Townsend, John
mother: Hays, Keziah (Kissy)
Townsend, Hester Ann
born: 7 Aug 1821 near Parnassus
married: 1851 in Blenheim, Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: Townsend, Jabish N. (1st cousin, once removed)
     child: Townsend, John C. (b 28 Sep 1852, d 28 Aug 1900)
     child: Townsend, Sarah (b abt 1856, m Pipken, Andrew)
     child: Townsend, E. D. (b abt 1857)
     child: Townsend, James J. Milton (26 Aug 1859 - 13 Jul 1860)
died: 6 Oct 1899
buried Parnassus Methodist Church Cemetery, Brownsville, Marlboro Co, SC

father: Townsend, Jabish
mother: Spears, Elizabeth
Townsend, Samuel J. (1826 - 1870) [S47]
born: 1826 in Marlboro Co, SC
attended: South Carolina College, 1847-1851
occupation: lawyer, licensed 1854
married: 29 Nov 1854 in Charleston, SC
spouse: Joye, Maria Louisa
resided: in the old Adams house
     child: Townsend, Catherine Elvira (b 12 Oct 1855, d 2 Sep 1858)
     child: Townsend, Louis Prioleau (b 18 Jul 1857, d 12 Oct 1865)
     child: Townsend, Sara Elizabeth (b abt 1860, d 7 Nov 1901)
     child: Townsend, Louisa Maitland (b 1862, d 14 Jan 1882)
     child: Townsend, Arthur Sidney
     child: Townsend, Rosa Emily (b 1865, d 20 Mar 1910)
     child: Townsend, Percy (b Oct 1866, d 17 Jul 1868)
     child: Townsend, Clara Joye (b Sep 1868, d 15 Jul 1869)
served: Representative in South Carolina legisture (1864-1865)
"Successfully practiced law in Bennetsville and was elected to the legislature. Of quick mind and ready speech, he seemed capable of large attainments, but was cut off in the midst of his career by the relentless reaper." [J.A.W.T.]

held in slavery: two women, a man, and a 12 year old boy [census 1860]
died: 20 May 1870 in Jacksonville, FL
buried: Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, SC

father: Townsend, Meekins
mother: Pearson, Rachel Jane
Townsend, Robert E. (1827 - 1901) [S47, E.T.T., census 1850, 1860, 1870]
born: 1827 (Jul 1829) [Census 1900]
married:
spouse: Hubbard, Rebecca A.
     child: Townsend, James Albert
     child: Townsend, Della
occupation: farmer, real estate value $5,600 [census 1860]
held in slavery: three men, two women, and 18 and 10 year old boys [census 1860]
served: 21st Regiment, Company F, South Carolina Volunteers
participant: SC 21st Infantry Regiment
Charleston Harbor 7 Apr 1863
Charleston Harbor Aug-Sep 1863
Port Whithall Junction 6 May 1864
Swift Creek 9 May 1864
Drewry's Bluff 12 May 1864
Drewry's Bluff 16 May 1864
Cold Harbor 1-3 Jun 1864
Petersburg Siege Jun 1864-Apr 1865
Weldon Railroad 21 Aug 1864
2nd Fort Harrison 30 Sep 1864
2nd Fort Fisher 13-15 Jan 1865
Carolinas Campaign Feb-Apr 1865
Bentonville 19-21 Mar 1865
rank: Captain, CSA
married 2nd: 16 Oct 1872
spouse: Huckabee, Queen Victoria
     child: Townsend, Henry R.
     child: Townsend, William P. [RET]
     child: Townsend, Gordon J. [RET]
     child: Townsend, Younger Meekins [RET]
     child: Townsend, Rosa B. [RET, E.T.T.]
     child: Townsend, Edwin Thomas  
     child: Townsend, (infant son) (b 5 Aug 1886, d 11 Oct 1887)
resided: Adamsville, Marlboro Co [census 1880]
elected: Secretary, Marlboro County Board of Pensions, May 1897
occupation: census enumerator [census 1900]
died: near Smyrna, Marlboro County, 22 Jan 1901
Robert E. Townsend died in 1900. Of him I would like to say that be was my older brother, and in temperament character and in his whole life, was very much like my mother. [CPT]
"Died near Smyrna on Jan. 22, 1901, Mr. Robert E. TOWNSEND, aged 75 years. He is survived by ex-Judge C. P. TOWNSEND and Mrs. Laney TOWNSEND, who is now 99 years old. He is buried at Smyrna Church." - Marlboro Democrat, January 25, 1901

buried: Lester Cemetery, Marlboro, SC

father: Joye, Daniel G.
mother: Lewis, Elvira Guerry
Joye, Maria Louisa (1826 - 1870) [GMW
born: 18 Oct 1828
married: 29 Nov 1854 in Charleson, SC
spouse: Townsend, Samuel J.
resided: in the old Adams house
held in slavery: two women, a man, and a 12 year old boy [census 1860]
     child: Townsend, Catherine Elvira (b 12 Oct 1855, d 2 Sep 1858)
     child: Townsend, Louis Prioleau (b 18 Jul 1857, d 12 Oct 1865)
     child: Townsend, Sara Elizabeth (b abt 1860, d 7 Nov 1901)
     child: Townsend, Louisa Maitland (b 1862, d 14 Jan 1882)
     child: Townsend, Arthur Sidney
     child: Townsend, Rosa Emily (b 1865, d 20 Mar 1910)
     child: Townsend, Percy (b Oct 1866, d 17 Jul 1868)
     child: Townsend, Clara Joye (b Sep 1868, d 15 Jul 1869)
S. J. Townsend had a busy and successful law practice. A man of high character and affable disposition, he seems to have been of delicate health. They spent some summer months at mineral springs and he died at age 43 years of age on May 20, 1877 in Jacksonville, Florida, where he had gone for his health. Louisa then returned with her children to Charleston. [GMW]

died: 27 Nov 1877 of "consumption of the bowel", in Athens, GA

father: Stubbs, John Weldon
mother: Pate, Elizabeth K. (b 9 May 1809, d 19 Sep 1873)
Stubbs, David Derrick
born: 19 Dec 1843
married: 18 Jan 1866
spouse: Chance, Esther Ann (b 31 May 1847, d 13 Dec 1938)
     child: Stubbs, Bettie Jane (b 1868, m McQuenn, Daniel)
     child: Stubbs, Lula Ester
     child: Stubbs, Lilla Maud (b 1872, m Smith, Roswal)
     child: Stubbs, Hector Derrick (b 1875, m Gibson, Margaret)
     child: Stubbs, Henry Wade (b 1877, m Bright, Annie)
     child: Stubbs, Ella Maye (b 1881, d young)
     child: Stubbs, Della Kelon (b 1882, m Loving, Walter)
     child: Stubbs, Colin McLean (b 1885, m Mason, Francis)
     child: Stubbs, Luther Goodwin (b 1888, m Sellers, Marie)
died: 18 Jan 1901
buried: Lester Cemetery

father: Townsend, Meekin
mother: Pearson, Rachel Jane
Townsend, Charles Pinckney   (bio) [census 1860, 1870, 1880, 1920, Autobiography]
born: 1 Jul 1835 in Marlboro Co, SC
attended: Bennetsville Male Academy
attended: South Carolina College, graduating with A. M. degree, Dec 1854
taught: in Summerton, SC, to repay college debt
admitted to bar: 1858, after reading law with C. A. Thornwell
elected: representing Marlboro County in SC legislature, 1858-59
held in slavery: a 50 year old man [census 1860]
volunteered: Company G, 8th Regiment, South Carolina Volunteer Infantry
rank: Captain, CSA, May 1862 -
participant: Battle of Malvern Hill (wounded) [S50]
married: Dec 1859
spouse: McConnell, Amanda
     child: Townsend, Charles P. (b 3 Dec 1861, d 12 Aug 1866)
     child: Townsend, Andrew M. (b 5 Aug 1863, d 17 Dec 1863)
     child: Townsend, Sadie/Shady (b 1866, m T. W. Bauchier)
     child: Townsend, Florida (b 1868)
     child: Townsend, Mary Frances (Fannie) (28 Feb 1870, d 28 Apr 1888)
     child: Townsend, Nellie May
     child: Townsend, Benjamin D.
     child: Townsend, Florence (1876 - ?)
     child: Townsend, Edger (1879 - ?)
     child: Townsend, Rachel (m Smith, Daniel G, 27 Apr 1899)
married 3 Oct 1889
spouse: Henley, Nannie (b 20 Jul 1859, d 23 Nov 1939) [IGI]
     child: Townsend, William Barbour (1897 - 1967, Captain, 27th Infantry, US Regular Army)
     child: Townsend, Eleanor (b 1900, attended Converse College)
     child: Townsend, Charles Pinckney (1st Lieutenant, Engineer Corps in France)
elected: Representative in South Carolina legislature (1862, 1894-1896)
elected: Circuit Judge , Fourth Circuit, May 1872 - Feb 1878 (photo)
worked General Practice on Fayettville St, Bennetsville [census 1920]
died: 14 Sep 1923 in Bennetsville, SC
buried: Oak Ridge Cemetery Cemetery; gravestone

father: Townsend, Jabish
mother: Spears, Elizabeth
Townsend, Horatio J. (1830 - 1892) [S47]
born: 31 Jul 1830 in Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: ?, Sophronia (1830 - 17 Sep 1851)
spouse: ?, Mary (b 16 Feb 1833, d 12 Aug 1855) gravestone
spouse: Mathews, Elizabeth B. (1830 - ?)
occupied: schoolteacher and preacher
died: 30 Jul 1892
buried: Decatur Cemetery, Bainbridge, GA

father:
mother:
McConnell, Amanda   (photo) [census 1860, 1870, 1880]
born: 3 Apr 1838
married: Dec 1859
spouse:Townsend, Charles Pinckney
     child: Townsend, Charles P. (b 3 Dec 1861, d 12 Aug 1866)
     child: Townsend, Andrew M. (b 5 Aug 1863, d 17 Dec 1863)
     child: Townsend, Sadie/Shady (b 1866, m T. W. Bauchier)
     child: Townsend, Florida (b 1868)
     child: Townsend, Mary Frances (Fannie) (28 Feb 1870, d 28 Apr 1888)
     child: Townsend, Nellie May
     child: Townsend, Benjamin D.
     child: Townsend, Florence (1876 - ?)
     child: Townsend, Edger (1879 - ?)
     child: Townsend, Rachel (m Smith, Daniel G, 27 Apr 1899)
died: 22 Apr 1885

father: Hubbard, William (d 31 Oct 1857)
mother: Stubbs, Honor
Hubbard, Rebecca A.
born: abt 1839 [Census 1850]
married:
spouse: Townsend, Robert E.
     child: Townsend, James Albert
     child: Townsend, Della
died:Aug 1870?
She is in census count in Brightsville with R.E. Townsend and Della in July 21, 1870. R.E. Townsend and Della are counted again at R.E.'s mother's address in Bennetsville on August 18, 1870.

father: Stubbs, John Weldon
mother: Pate, Elizabeth K. (b abt 1809)
Stubbs, James L. [RGY, census 1880, 1900]
born: 23 Mar 1839
married:
spouse: Pearson, Lucinda
     child: Stubbs, William (b abt 1870, m Lucy Liles)
     child: Stubbs, Lemuel
     child: Stubbs, Hattie (b 1882, m Claude Mason)
     child: Stubbs, Luther (b Apr 1885, m Maggie Mason)
     child: Stubbs, Colon (b 1885)
     child: Stubbs, Norman (b May 1888, m Clevie Mason, d 1934)
died: 18 Jan 1901
buried: Lester Cemetery

father: Townsend, Meekin
mother: Pearson, Rachel Jane
Townsend, Sarah H. (Sallie)
born: 11 Mar 1839 in Marlboro Co, SC
converted: when a child at Beauty Spot
married: 15 Sep 1856
spouse: Breeden, Rev. Thos. J. (b ~1837, d aft 1880 census)
     child: Breeden, Sarius Meekins (b ~1858)
     child: Breeden, Archie
     child: Breeden, Tom
died: 1 Jan 1877

father: Townsend, Light
mother: Carloss, Mary Ann
Townsend, Harriet
born: Apr 1839
married: 16 Dec 1860
spouse: Irby, John B. K.
died: 7 Mar 1910 in Marlboro Co, SC
buried: Mossy Bay Cemetery

father: Townsend, Meekin
mother: Pearson, Rachel Jane
Townsend, Henry E.
born: 1841 in Marlboro Co, SC [IGI]
occupation: teacher in 1860 census
served: Company G, 8th Regiment, South Carolina Volunteer Infantry
rank: 2nd Corporal, CSA
died: 3 Dec 1863 of wounds, Windsor Hospital, Richmond, VA
buried: Richmond, VA

father: Pearson, William T.
mother: Townsend, Sara
Pearson, Sara [WGP]
born: 1842
married:
spouse: Breeden, Frank (1838 - 1904)
     child: Breeden, Theodore (1868 - 1889, m. Annie Adams)
     child: Breeden, Mary (1870 - 1946, m. Holden Liles)
     child: Breeden, Robert K. (1872 - 1932, m. Lucy Hargrave)
     child: Breeden, Sarah Elizabeth (1872 - 1940, m. Joshua A. Moore)
     child: Breeden, Eleanor (1876 - 1945, m. C. D. Barlow)
     child: Breeden, William P. (1880 - 1952, m. Mary Moore)
     child: Breeden, James (1882 - 1958, m. Julia Gibson)
     child: Breeden, Charles T. (1884 - 1953, m. Cora Berry)
died: 1906

father: Townsend, Meekin
mother: Pearson, Rachel Jane
Townsend, Walter
born: 1844 in Marlboro Co, SC [LHT/SC p 16]
served: 26th Regiment, South Carolina Volunteer Infantry
rank: Sgt.
spouse: ?, Anne J. (Annie)
     child: Townsend, Daisy (2 Jan 1871 - 7 Jun 1873)
     child: Townsend, Henry (5 Sep 1872 - 7 Jun 1873)
     child: Townsend, Walter (b 1879, m Hamilton, Fannie L 22 Nov 1905)
occupied: bookkeeper
died:
buried: Smyrna Cemetery

father: Wallace, Stephen (b 11 Nov 1820)
mother: Moore, Pamela
Wallace, Thomas G. (Carrie)
born: 25 Nov 1844
spouse: Townsend, Caroline
     child: Wallace, Rachel Jane (b 26 May 1872)
died:
buried:

father: Pearson, William T.
mother: Townsend, Sara
Pearson, Lucinda T. [WGP]
born: 22 Jun 1845
married:
spouse: Stubbs, James L.
     child: Stubbs, William
     child: Stubbs, Lemuel
     child: Stubbs, Luther
     child: Stubbs, Hattie (1882 - )
     child: Stubbs, Colon (1885 - 1951)
     child: Stubbs, Norman (1887 - 1934)
died: 8 Aug 1907
buried: Lester Cemetery

father: Townsend, Meekin
mother: Pearson, Rachel Jane
Townsend, Caroline (Carrie)
born: 1847 in Marlboro Co, SC
spouse: Wallace, Thomas G.
     child: Wallace, Rachel Jane (b 26 May 1872)
died:
buried:

father: Huckabee, Younger H.
mother: ?, Harriet
Huckabee, Queen Victoria (Queenie) [census 1850, 1860, 1880]
born: 16 Apr 1849 in Adamsville Township, SC
occupation: 'without occupation' [Census 1870]
married: 16 Oct 1872
spouse: Townsend, Robert E.
     child: Townsend, Henry R.
     child: Townsend, William P. [RET]
     child: Townsend, Gordon J. [RET]
     child: Townsend, Younger Meekins [RET]
     child: Townsend, Rosa B. [RET, E.T.T.]
     child: Townsend, Edwin Thomas  
She gave Ed and Mattie a beautiful quilt, but Mattie did not like her mother-in-law and used the quilt to quiet the springs on her bed.
     child: Townsend, (infant) (b 5 Aug 1886, d 11 Oct 1887)
occupation: 'keeps house' [census 1880]
residence: with son Edward in Birmingham in 1920 [census 1920]
residence: own home in Bennettsville in 1930
died: aft 16 Apr 1939 (when she was 90)
buried: Lester Cemetery

father: Huckabee, Younger H.
mother: ?, Harriet
Huckabee, Henry
born: abt 1851 in Adamsville Township, SC
spouse: ?, Betty A (b Feb 1852) [census 1900]
     child: Huckabee, Knox (b Nov 1877, m Ada)
     child: Huckabee, Weston (b Feb 1880)
     child: Huckabee, Adrian (abt 1879)
     child: Huckabee, Macey (b Oct 1882)
     child: Huckabee, Younger H. (b Apr 1886, residing in Scotland, NC in 1910)
     child: Huckabee, Maud (b Apr 1892)
     child: Huckabee, Shady (b Mar 1893)
occupation: farmer [census 1900]

father: Huckabee, Younger H.
mother: ?, Harriet
Huckabee, Tally H.
born: 8 Oct 1852 in Adamsville Township, SC
married: ~ 1873 (27 yrs in 1900 census)
spouse: ?, Penelope H. (b 5 Oct 1859, d 8 Apr 1932)
     child: Huckabee, Ada R (b Sep 1889) [census 1900]
occupation: farmer in Adamsville [census 1880, 1920]
died: 27 May 1931
buried: Lester Cemetery

father: Townsend, Robert E.
mother: Hubbard, Rebecca A.
Townsend, James Albert [census 1860]
born: 26 Sep 1859
died: 6 Apr 1862
buried: Hubbard Cemetery, Marlboro Co, SC

father:
mother:
Wingate, R. W.
born: abt 1854
spouse: Townsend, Della A.
died: by suicide, 28 June 1894, Bennettsville, S. C. (news report)

father: Huckabee, Younger H.
mother: ?, Harriet
Huckabee, Mary Jane
born: 11 Jun 1859 in Adamsville Township, SC
spouse: Barrenton, Phillip
died: 6 Oct 1900
buried: Lester Cemetery

father: Townsend, Robert E.
mother: Hubbard, Rebecca A.
Townsend, Della Amanda
born: Sep 1861 [census 1900]
spouse: Wingate, R. W.
     child: Dampier, W. Arthur (b May 1879)
     child: Dampier, Annie R. (b
     child: Dampier, James (b Jan 1886)
     child: Dampier, Louise (b 6 Apr 1888, m 10 Jun 1903 to Gillam. V. Beard, d 22 Oct 1914; son Harry born 18 Apr 1904, d 17 Feb 1906)
     child: Dampier, Harris (b Jan 1893)
died: 3 Aug 1925, Georgetown, S. C. (death certificate)
buried: Episcopal Cemetery

father: Townsend, Samuel J.
mother: Joye, Maria Louisa
Townsend, Dr. Arthur Sidney [GMW]
born: 10 Nov 1864
married: 30 Nov 1892
spouse: Townsend, Nellie May (b 10 Feb 1872, d 13 May 1951)
occupation: a doctor with a large practice in Bennetsville, where he was much beloved [GMW]
     child: Townsend, Herbert Joye (b 13 Oct 1893, d 26 Aug 1955)
     child: Townsend, Edmond Vernon
     child: Townsend, Arthur Sidney (b 27 Jul 1898, d 2 Nov 1947)
     child: Townsend, Charles McConnell (b 14 Feb 1902, d 30 Nov 1961)
     child: Townsend, Mary Francis
died: 12 Nov 1916
buried: Oak Ridge Cemetery

father:
mother:
Breeden, Sarious Eugene
born:
married:
spouse: Moran, Roberta
     child: Breeden, Eugene
died:

father: Stubbs, David Derrick
mother: Chance, Esther
Stubbs, Lula Ester (Lulie)
born: 27 Aug 1870
married: abt 1892
spouse: Townsend, Henry
     child: Townsend, Henry Jr. (b Sep 1893)
     child: Townsend, Erline (b May 1896)
     child: Townsend, Myrtle (b Oct 1899, d bef 1910)
Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Townsend of Lester, S.C. died May 31 at the age of 8 months. Buried at Smyrna Cemetery,
died: 3 March 1949 in Marlboro County

father: Townsend, Charles Pinckney
mother: McConnell, Amanda
Townsend, Nellie May (photo)
born: 10 Feb 1872
married: 30 Nov 1892
spouse: Townsend, Dr. Arthur Sidney
     child: Townsend, Herbert Joye (b 13 Oct 1893, d 26 Aug 1955)
     child: Townsend, Edmond Vernon
     child: Townsend, Arthur Sidney (b 27 Jul 1898, d 2 Nov 1947)
     child: Townsend, Charles McConnell (b 14 Feb 1902, d 30 Nov 1961)
     child: Townsend, Mary Francis
died: 13 May 1951
buried: Oak Ridge Cemetery

father: Townsend, Robert
mother: Huckabee, Queen Victoria
Townsend, Henry C.
born: 20 Dec 1873 in Bennetsville, SC [RET]
injured:
June 1891 [State, 25 June 1891]
News article about injury

married: abt 1893
spouse: Stubbs, Lula Ester
     child: Townsend, Henry Jr. (b Sep 1893)
     child: Townsend, Erline (b May 1896)
     child: Townsend, Myrtle (b Oct 1899, d bef 1910)
Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Townsend of Lester, S.C. died May 31 at the age of 8 months. Buried at Smyrna Cemetery,

     child: Townsend, Eva May (b 1908, m ~1918 Blue, ?)
died: July 20, 1906 [State, 25 June 1906]
News article about injury
resided: Bennettsville Township, Apr 1910
died: 4 Feb 1933 in Marlboro Co., SC

father: Townsend, Charles Pinckney
mother: McConnell, Amanda
Townsend, Benjamin Dictus (photo) [RTT]
born: 11 Dec 1873 [census 1900]
married: 1901
spouse: Johnson, Alice (b 8 Nov 1877, mother Della S., father Hannibal P. JOHNSON, d 9 Nov 1918)
     child: Townsend, Benjamin Dictus ("B.D.")
     child: Townsend, Thomas Pinckney
     child: Townsend, Hannibal Johnson ("Brick", m Stone, Minola Mable)
     child: Townsend, Andrew McConnell
married: 25 May 1920
spouse: Drake, Minnie
died: 23 Dec 1923

father: Townsend, Robert
mother: Huckabee, Queen Victoria
Townsend, William Person
born: Monday, 6 Apr 1875 at 11 P.M. in Bennetsville, SC [RET]

father: Townsend, Robert
mother: Huckabee, Queen Victoria
Townsend, Gordon J.
born: Sunday, 24 Jun 1877 at 2 A.M. in Bennetsville, SC [RET]
died: Sunday, 24 Jun 1917 between 2 and 3 [RET]

father: Townsend, Robert
mother: Huckabee, Queen Victoria
Townsend, Younger Meekins
born: Sunday, 25 May 1879 at 6 P.M. in Bennetsville, SC [RET]
named: Younger for grandfather Younger Huckabee; Meekins for grandfather Meekin Townsend
died: 2 Feb 1897 (from notes in his father's Bible. Perhaps refers to a first son with wife Clara.) [RET]
married: abt 1896
spouse: B_, Clara (b 1878) [census 1900]
     child: Townsend, Robert (b 1899)
     child: Townsend, Jamie (b 1901)
resided: Adamsville, Marlboro, SC in 1900 [census 1900]
married:
spouse: ?, Martha (b 1878 in Fla., d 1961 buried Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Tampa, Hillsborough, Fla.) [census 1930]
     child: Townsend, Frank S. (b 1901)
     child: Townsend, John Franklin (b 1902)
     child: Townsend, Jamie Belle (b 1903)
     child: Townsend, Jane (b 1907)
resided: Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia in 1910 [census 1910]
resided: Tampa, Hillsboro, Fla in 1930 [census 1920, 1930]
died: 20 Feb 1936
buried: Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Tampa, Hillsborough, Fla.

father: Stubbs, James L.
mother: Pearson, Lucinda
Stubbs, Lemuel [census 1880, 1910]
born: Mar 1877
spouse: Townsend, Rosa
     child: Stubbs, Olive (b abt 1901)
     child: Stubbs, Katie (b abt 1903)
     child: Stubbs, James R.
     child: Stubbs, Rosa
spouse: Odom, Florence (b ~1897)
     child: Stubbs, Ruby
     child: Stubbs, L. P. (b abt Nov 1918)
occupation: Farmer [census 1920]

father: Townsend, Robert
mother: Huckabee, Queen Victoria
Townsend, Rosa B. [census 1910, 1920]
born: Wednesday, 26 Oct 1881 at 1 A.M. in Bennetsville, SC
spouse: Stubbs, Lemuel
     child: Stubbs, Olive
     child: Stubbs, Katie (b abt 1903)
     child: Stubbs, James R.
     child: Stubbs, Rosa
died: 9 May 1913

father: Townsend, Robert
mother: Huckabee, Queen Victoria
Townsend, Edwin Thomas, Sr. (Edward)
born: 26 May 1883 in Bennetsville, SC
married: 28 Mar 1909 in Charleston, SC
spouse: Riecke, Mathilde Hermine
     child: Townsend, Edward Thomas  
occupation: auto salesman in Birmingham in 1930
died: 16 May 1957 in Orange, NJ
buried: Elmwood Cemetery, Birmingham, AL


father: Breeden, Sarious Eugene
mother: Moran, Roberta
Breeden, Eugene
born:
married:
spouse: ?, Margarite
     child: Breeden, Margarite
died:

father: Stubbs, Lemuel
mother: Townsend, Rosa B.
Stubbs, James R
born: 20 Oct 1903
married: bef 1930
spouse: ?, Carrie C. (b 24 Mar 1910, d Aug 1980)
died: Apr 1968 (McColl, Marlboro, S. C.)

father: Townsend, Benjamin Dictus
mother: Johnson, Alice
Townsend, Thomas Pinckney
born: 14 August 1907
married: 11 June 1931
spouse: Taylor, Virginia (b 8 Nov 1908, d 8 Nov 1988)
     child: Townsend, Alice Louise (b 22 Mar 1935, d 30 Mar 1990)
     child: Townsend, Thomas Pinckney Jr. (b 28 Sep 1937, D 2 Nov 1999)
     child: Townsend, Richard Taylor
died: 22 Sep 1961

father: Stubbs, Lemuel
mother: Townsend, Rosa
Stubbs, Rosa (photo)
born: abt 1911
spouse: Spencer, James (SPENCER, JAMES 05 Jun 1911 Oct 1970 59 29330 (Cowpens, Spartanburg, SC))

father: Stubbs, Lemuel
mother: Odom, Florence
Stubbs, Ruby
born: 14 May 1915
occupation: "inmate", Columbia, SC [in orphanage?, census 1930]
married:: abt 1935
spouse: Shankle, Lester (b 28 Apr 1918, d 29 Nov 1994)
died: 31 Oct 1994 in Bennetsville, SC

father: Breeden, Eugene
mother: ? Margarite
Breeden, Margarite
born:
married:
spouse: Breckenridge, Richard (Dick)
died:

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