ANDREW JACKSON YORK
Andrew J. York and his younger brother Jacob B. York
1850 United States Federal Census

 

Name Andrew J York

Age9

Birth Yearabt 1841

Birthplace Georgia

Home in 1850 District 32, Franklin, Georgia

Gender Male

Family Number 689

Household Members

Name Age

John G York 39

Anna B York 28

Martha J York 16

Henry F York 17

Mary A York 15

John H York 13

George W York 12

Mecljlah York 10

Andrew J York 9

Rutha N York 7

Sarah York 5

Julia A York 4

James York 1

George Thomason 79

Elizabeth Thomason 76

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1880 United States Federal Census

 

Name Hanna N. York

Age 35

Birth Yearabt 1845

Birthplace Georgia

Home in 1880 District 206, Franklin, Georgia

Race White

Gender Female

Relation to Head of House Wife

Marital Status Married

Spouse's Name Andrew J. York

Father's Birthplace Virginia

Mother's Birthplace North Carolina

Occupation Keeping House

Household Members

Name  Age

Andrew J. York 37

Hanna N. York 35

Sallie A. York 13

Anna F. York 11

George H. York 9

John M. York 7

James R. York 5

Fannie J. York 2

Ida York 3m

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Palm Beach Post, Saturday, April 26, 1962,  Page 5

Baptist Churrch Sunday To Mark 30th Anniversary

PAHOKEE-- Thr Pahokee First Baptist Church will observe its 30th anniverasry at a special service Sunday at 1:30 pm, with the public invited.

     When the church was organized in 1922 the first service was held in the community church building on Bacom Point, with the Rev. A. J. York as first pastor.  The Rev. E. M.C. Dunkin, Okeechobee, preached the first sermon.  Of the 24 charter members only one, Mrs. Gene Butler.,is still an active member.

     The abnniversary service will be preceded by a fellowship dinner on the church grounds.  Interesting sidelights on the early history of the church will be given, including a description of the colorful preacher-missionary, "Brother Dunkin," who rode  to Pahokee on horseback to preach the first sermon.

The story of the construction of the first church building by the men of the congregation in four days will also be told.  The church has since used two other buildings as places of worship and a campaign is now underway to raise funds tfor the erection of a fourth structure in keeping with  the membership growth.

     The first pastor, the Rev. A. J. York, was followed by the Rev. Cecil and the Rev. Nolte, and these were followed by the Revs. E. L. Williamson, Earl Lewis, W. C. Taylor, S. . Rennicks, James P. Rodgers, Jack Dalton, Spencer Beard, Carl A. Moberg, Hoke H. Shirley and the present pastor, the Rev. W. Hal Hunter, formerly of Jacksonville, who took over his charge in Pahikee last fall.

 

 

The Palm Beach Post, Monday, June 6, 1938,  Page 8

LEGION POST HERE TO HONOR LAST VETERAN

LAKE WORTH-- An invitation has been extended to the local Legion post and Auxilliary to atten a dinner meeting of the Pahokk Post will honor the Rev. A. J. York, Pahokee, last surviving Confederate veteran in Palm Beach who will attend the forthcoming Grand Encampment at Gettysburg, for which event he is leaving soon.

     The dinner is sceduled for June 17, at Pahokee, and will be served at the Women's Club there.

     Commander C.T. Santee, of the Pahokee post asks reservations be made before June 15

Suwannee Democrat, Friday, September 10, 1909,  Page 12

During an elecrical storm here Sunday afternoon a valuable horse belonging to Rev. A. J. York, tied to the hitching post in front of Dr. Brown's residence, was struck by lightning, and instatly killed.

The Palm Beach Post, Saturday, September 15, 1956,  Page 30

Mindlin Buys Hotel At Pahokee

PAHOKEE-- The Cross Hotelon Lake Ave., Pahokee. has been purchased by Karl Mindlin from Mr. and Mrs.W. A. Cross, Sr. who have moved to their farm at Doret north of Canal Point.

     Known originally as the York Hotel, it will be named the Big Lake Hotel.  I was built by the late Rev. A. J. York, a pioneer settler, who helped organize the Pahokee First Baptist Church.

The Palm Beach Post, Wednesday, June 1, 1932,  Page 8

Pahokee News

Pahokee, May 31, -- Representatives from th local American Legion post who motored to West Palm Beach Monday to place a marker and plaque on the grave of S. W. Powell, former member of the post, on memorial day, were Adjutant George C. Meads, S. C. Enlow, J. Kelly, L. L. Shirley, S. Phillips, and J. Q. Henry.  The Legionaires were accompanied by Mrs. Ora Powell, widow of Mr. Powell, and the Rev. A. J. York, Pahokee's nonogenarian and the only living Civil was veteran in Palm Beach county.

1930 United States Federal Census

 

Name Andrew York

Age in 1930  88

Birth Yearabt 1842

Gender Male

Race White

Birthplace Georgia

Marital Status Widowed

Relation to Head of House Father

Home in 1930 Pahokee, Palm Beach, Florida

Dwelling Number 130

Family Number 132

Age at First Marriage 23

Attended School No

Able to Read and Write Yes

Father's Birthplace Georgia

Mother's Birthplace Georgia

Able to Speak English Yes

Household Members

Name  Age

Ira York 50

Andrew York 88

Elizabeth L York 45

Dorothy June York 12

J Frank Colson 30

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JAMES RICHARD YORK & LOULA VIRGINIA LEWIS
JAMES RICHARD YORK

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The Palm Beach Post   March 1, 1936    Page 7

 

Engagements of two Pahokee girls announced at attractive tea Saturday

 

     A double engagement announcement party which forecasts a double marriage ceremony in the spring, was that at which Mrs. James Richard York and Mrs. Joseph Augustine Tolle entertained Saturday afternoon at the York home on Avenue A, Pahokee. Mrs. York announced the engagement of her daughter, Miss Margaret Wakefield York to Benjamin Browning Roach, and Mrs. Tolle, that of her sister, Miss Laurie Bradford Gates, to Anail Thornton Holt.

 

     A color motif of green and gold was used in the decorations and appointments, the house being attractive with baskets of calendula and fern and low bowls of nasturtiums. The dining room table was covered with a lace cloth, with silver tea and coffee services at either end, and a centerpiece of nasturtiums.

 

     In the receiving line were Mrs. York, Mrs. Tolle, Miss York, Miss Gates, Mrs. G. R. Townsend, and Miss Hannah York, sister of the bride-elect, who was celebrating her 16th birthday. Mrs. James Francis Colson received the guest at the door and presented them to Mrs. York. Pouring were Mrs. A. Hansen, Mrs. Ira York, and Mrs. L. L. Shirley and the Misses Marcelynn Creech and Mary Winne presided at the buffet. As each guest was served, she was presented with a card bearing the names Gates-Holt and York - Roach, with the date April 5, 1936. Assisting in serving were Mrs. George C. McLarty and Mrs. R. J. Schroder.

 

     A musical program was presented by Mrs P. E. Walker, Mrs. Ruth Gardner, Mrs. H. Grahan, Mrs. S. Granger, Mrs. Clyde Doolittle, Miss Ruby Williams and Miss Gloria Jane Dulaney.

 

     The two couples who plan a double wedding at the Pahokee Methodist Church, are popular members of the Pahokee younger set.

 

     Miss Gates is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Gates of Tampa. She was graduated from the Hillsboro High School and Southern College. She is a member of Kappa Gamma Tau and is an accomplished violinist. She has been a member of the Pahokee school faculty for several years.

 

     Mr. Holt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Holt, of Fort Meade, is a graduate of the Fort Meade High School. Since completing his business training he has been connected with the United States Sugar Corporation at Azucar.

 

     Ms. York, daughter of Mrs. York and the late James Richard York, was graduated from Palm Beach High School and Florida State College for Women with highest scholastic honors. She is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, general scholastic honorary, and Beta Pi Theta, French honorary. A member of the U. D. C., She was awarded the Cornelia Branch Stone Fellowship by that organization for two years, and while in Tallahassee, she represented her chapter at the state meeting of the U. D. C. Held in Gainsville. Miss York won literary distinction for herself in college and is an accomplished pianist. She was for two years Pahokee correspondent for the Palm Beach Post, and is now a member of the Pahokee High School faculty.

 

Mr. Roach, the son of the Rev. B. P. Roach of Smithville, Tennessee, was born in Canton, China. He was graduated from the Cumberland Preparatory School with honors and received his A. B. Degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina with the class of ’30 . While at the University, he was sports editor of the Tar Heel, a member of the Tar Heel Club, the Glee Club, and the German Club. Mr. Roach who comes from Jefferson City, Tennessee, where he was a former editor of the Jefferson City Standard Bearer, is now with the United States Sugar Corporation at Azucar.

HANNAH YORK and JAMES BEARDSLEY
Rev. Jacob Borroughs York
 
                 A. J. York's brother

One of 28 or more churches he started in Washington & Idaho

They say he was a very assertive Minister

  (Transcription of following newspaper clipping)

Gospel Pioneer

Rev. J. B. York Tells Story of His Ministry

Occupies Baptist Pulpit

 

       Came Here In 1887 as Missionary to Clearwater Area, Overcoming Many Dif-ficulties

 

     Experiences of a misiter serviving central Idaho before statehood when towns were few and far between and the region was sparsley populated, were interestingly recounted by the Rev. J. B. York at the First Baptist yesterday morning to a congregation filling the edifice.

     The Rev. Mr. York occupied the pulpit at the request of the Rev. L.M. Darnell because of the fact that Mr. York had attained his 81st birthday and had served the Baptist church in the field since 1887, and is possibly the dean of the min-istry f his church in the northwest.  He was in active service 43 years before retiring seven years ago.  Included in the congregation yesterday were men and women whose hair had turned grey ut who, as children, attended services conducted by Mr. York.

Native of Georgia.

     A native of Georgia, reared in Tennessee, and then residing in the Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) for five years before coming to Leweiston in 1887.  Mr. York said he moved to the Indian country to keep from preaching, as he had promised a girl who later became his wife that he would not preach.  It was not long that, he said, that he was licensed by the Baptist church as a minister.

     "It so happened that several families had moved to central Idaho and upon finding no churches of the Baptist denomination prevailed upon the Baptist association to send a missionary to this field, and I was selected," the Rev. Mr. York said.  "I was paid 30.00 dollars monthly for two years and at the end of that time the convention of southern Baptists, who I represented pointed out that the Idaho field was a part of the northern Baptist jurisdiction and it should assume my support, an seven years after I began that division employed me," he continued, "If I accomplished anything worth while I did not deserve credit, but I can say with Paul 'By the grace of God , I am what I am,' and I owe much to the training of my father, a Baptist minister, and a good Christian mother."

Salary Was Small

     In addition to the small salary paid by the church or his services Mr. York added to his monetary possessions through the sale of Bibles and other publi-cations, and many homes in this section still possess the word of God furnished by Mr. York, as attested to yesterday by members of the congregation.

Reached Lewiston In 1887

     "I came west with my wife and five small children, the youngest three months old," the veteran minister said.  "We traveled by immigrant trails to Riparia and from there to Lewiston by steamer reaching here Nov. 14, 1887.  It was arranged that we were to be met in Lewiston by several persons but through some misun-derstanding they came to Lewiston three days before we arrived and did not wait."

     At that time there were only two hotels in Lewiston--The Raymond and DeFrance, where we spent the night.  In the morning we started on our four day trip to Camas prairie by freight wagon.  At that time there ere only two stores in Lewiston where food could be purchased, but there were 13 saloons and gam-bling dens.  The only churches here were the Catholic, Epicopal and Presbyterian.

Spent Night In Barn

     "On the first night of our journey we reached Sweetwater and spent the night there in a barn owned by an Indian.  After climbing Craig mountain we camped the second night at a barn on Mason Creek.  The ground was deep in snow and we were forced to build a large fire to prevent suffering.  he third night we reached Cottonwood and stayed in a hotel, and on the fourth night we spent at the house of a rancher.  The men slept in a barn and the women and eight chil-dren in beds."

Depend On Lord

     " We reached Clearwater, our destination, and I had $5.50, a wife and five children and clothes enough to possibly last six months.  We had to depend pon the Lord, remembering theBiblical injunction, "Cast your way upon the Lord and He will bring it to pass."  The next Sunday I preached in a little log school and this was the first service by a Baptist minister to be preached north of Moscow, and I organized the first Baptist church in this territory on Christmas in 1887 with eight members.  I toured Idaho country, selling Bibles and books and giving sermons in school buildings."

      Mr. York said at the time he started spreading the gospel in this field there were 16 Baptists in Cottonwood but that it required three years for him to organize a church there.  He conducted revival meetings near Cottonwood and at the close baptized 23 converts in the creek in rare weather.  One girl, he said, was baptized in a pond on which the ice was 18 inches thick, and a hole large enough in which to baptize was cut, with the temperature nine below.

 

      Mr. York was instrumental in organizing 6 small churches and missions.  These were organized into an association.  Though these churches were small and had a hard time financially  they had a missionary's sacrificial spirit and raised a fund to assist the most destitute sections of north Idaho.

     Mr. York closed his interesting rehearsal of his wide and varied experiece ith an exhortation to his friends to "be ready for the great day of judgement."  He said that reward on that day depends upon what we are and what we do here.

     "It was a service long to be remembered by all who had the privilege of hearing a man eighty-one years of age whose mind is clear and whose memory is acute," the Rev. Mr. Darnell said.

 

1880 Crockett Co, TN Soundex J. B. York 25 GA; Vol 5 ED 1
1870 Giles Co, TN Census Jacob York 15 GA, 211/160/160.
Coleman York correspondence received from Bruce O. York.
Lived in Arkansas and later in Clearwater, Idaho.
Jim Nikolaisen -- jjnikola@telus.net
Judith York Wardlaw: judiew0818@yahoo.com
Phyllis Abell Collins, 1920 W. 7th Ave., Kennewick, WA 99336.
Sheet 9 Line 44.
Note: Did he really have two wives in 1880? By then polygamy had been banned.
Jacob was a Baptist minister.

1880
Jacob B. York 25 GA
Mattie York    20 TN (wife)
T. B. York    10/12 TN (son)
A. B. York    62 GA (mother)

Was a Baptist Minister for 61 years. Built a church in Clearwater, ID that is still in existence.

 

According to the Aug. 29, 1992 letter from Phyllis Abell Collins: Jacob's daughter, Vanda, took some notes on her father's history in 1930. In the notes, Jacob says he was born in 1855 in Georgia. When he was 3, the family moved from Franklin Co, GA to DeKalb Co, AL, near Sand MT. In 1864, the family moved from DeKalb Co, AL, to southern Alabama, near White Plains, 80 miles east of Montgomery. While living inor near White Plains, they lived near John G.'s mother and her husband, Jim Paine. At about age 11, the family moved to Lincoln Co, TN, where John G. died a short time later of wounds or illness related to the Civil War. He was a Chaplain in the Confederate Army. The family lived in Lincoln and Giles Co, TN until about 1876 when they moved to Crockett Co, TN, near Gadsen. The family at this time consisted of probably his mother, Anna, and the younger children Francis, Jacob, and Thomas. About1880, Jacob and his new bride, Martha Deborah Allen, followed his brother John and his family to Arkansas, near Ft. Smith. In 1883, Jacob moved his family to Indian Territory, near Short MT. in the Choctaw District.


In a newspaper interview on his 81st birthday printed in the Jan 27, 1936 issue of the Lewiston Morning Tribune, J. B. York states "he was born in Georgia, reared in Tennessee, and resided in Indian Territory Oklahoma for five years before coming to Idaho." He stated he moved to Indian Territory to keep from preaching, as he had promised the girl, who would later become his wife, that he would not preach. "It so happened that several families had moved to Central Idaho and, upon finding no churches of the Baptist Denomination, prevailed upon the Baptist Association to send a missionary to this field and I was elected."

In the fall of 1887 (October) the family returned to Fort Smith to begin their journey west by immigrant train to Riparia, WA. From there, they took a river steamer to Lewiston, ID. Rev. York, his wife and five children (Travis Bunyon, George Virgil, Lucy Naomia Deborah Banks,Bernard Ray, Eva May), the youngest a three month's old baby, arrived in Lewiston, WA, Nov 14, 1887. "It was arranged that we were to be met in Lewiston by several persons but through some mis-understanding, they came to Lewiston three days before we arrived and did not wait." "At that time there were only two hotels in Lewiston, the Raymond, and the DeFrance, where we spent the night." "In the morning, we started our four day trip to Camas Prairie by freight wagon, by way of Sweetwater, on the Fontaine Grade by Mason Prairie." "On the first night, we spent the night in Sweetwater in a barn owned by an Indian." "After climbing Craig MT., we camped a second night at a barn on Mason Creek. The ground was deep with snow and we were forced to build a large fire to prevent suffering." "The third night we reached Cottonwood and stayed in a hotel, and fourth night we spent at the home of a rancher."

 

"We reached Clearwater, our destination, and I had $5.50, a wife, five children, and clothes enough to last possibly six months. We had to depend upon the Lord, remembering the Biblical quotation, "Cast your way upon the Lord and he will bring it to pass." "The next Sunday, I preached in a little log school and this was the first sermon for a Baptist Minister to be preached north of Moscow." "The members of that first congregation were, Mr & Mrs. Wm. Manes, Mr & Mrs. Benjamin C. Cowling, and Mr & Mrs Shelton McPherson."

 

Rev. York purchased a pre-preemption homestead claim, from a bachelor named Tom Dampster, containing 160 acres and a log home. He paid $60.00, borrowing the money from Wm. Manes, and made rails to pay it back. He preached in schools, homes, city halls, wherever he could gather a crowd.

 

In those early years, Rev. York established a circuitous route on horseback, visiting the communities on the rich farmland of the Camas Prairie, the ridge communities perched on the hills surrounding the prairie, the river towns along the Clearwater and the mining towns in the mountains. Places with familiar names like MT. Idaho, Grangeville, Cottonwood, Greencreek, Kooskia, Stites, Harpster, Tahoe, Battle Ridge, Kidder, and Elk City; places with names almost forgotten with the passage of time, Sunnyside, Florence, Big Cedar, Ilo, Denver, Morrow, and Westlake. In all, Rev. York was responsible for establishing sixteen small churches and missions in Idaho County. These were organized into an association (The Camas Prairie Baptist Association). Though these churches were small and had a hard time financially, they had a sacrificial spirit and raised funds to assist the more destitute areas of North Idaho.

 

Rev. York was paid $30 a month for the first two years by the Southern Baptist Association, after that time, they pointed out that Northern Idaho fell under the jurisdiction of the Northern Baptist Association and that they should assume his support, which they did in 1894.

 

Rev. York would not have been able to accomplish this arduous task without the support of his wife, Mattie, and his children. While he was away from home so much of the time, the task of raising the children and running the farm fell to Mattie and the children.

 

On April 4, 1890, a son, William Cary York, was born at Clearwater. That year, Rev. York organized a church at Sunnyside, eight miles north of Grangeville. A daughter, Ethel Gertrude York, was born Feb 18, 1892 at Clearwater. In 1893, Rev. York organized a church at MT. Idaho and built a new home at Clearwater. The Idaho County Free Press states in an article for Dec 2, 1892 that "Mr. York's house is almost completed." A daughter, Trula Geneva York, was born June 6, 1894 in Clearwater. A daughter, Mary Vanda York, was born April 1, 1896 at Clearwater. In December of 1897, the family moved to Cottonwood. Rev. York was pastor at both Sunnyside and Cottonwood at this time.

 

On October 18, 1898, the twins, John Orvil and James Oscar, were born in Cottonwood. Rev. York also joined the Woodman of the World McAbees and Artisans. He also became a Justice of the Peace and received his notary commission. There was, also. a Camas Prairie Baptist Convention or Revival in 1898 at Sunnyside, a united work of Rev. A. J. Coble, Deacon Campbell of Moscow, ID, A. D. McNichol a traveling pastor from the Baptist Association, Pastor F. A. Houston of Pomeroy, WA. William Knox was ordained at the same time. At this time, Rev. York was pastor of four churches, Clearwater, MT. Idaho, Sunnyside, and Cottonwood.

 

On March 3, 1903, a son Allen Burroughs York was born; on March 16,
In March of 1900, the family returned to the homestead at Clearwater and in 1902 the church building at Clearwater was built.
1903 Martha (Mattie) Allen York passed away.


In 1904, the Stites Church was organized.
In 1906, a church house (parsonage) was built.
In 1907, a church was organized in Kooskia.
In 1911, Rev. York moved to Kooskia, selling the homestead to his 
son Virgil York who had married Mattie Baldwin on Dec 9, 1902.
In 1912, the family moved to Stites.
In 1915, the family moved to Battle Ridge.
In 1916, he sold and broke up housekeeping.
In 1918, Rev. York was pastor at Asotin and Cloverland, WA.
On May 28, 1919, Rev. York married Serena Elizabeth Franklin Adams, born Feb 13,
1865 at Bethel, OR, and died July 15, 1949
at Orofino, ID. They were married at Greencreek, ID.
In 1924, Rev. York moved to Cloverland, WA.
In 1926, Rev. York moved to Clarkston, Asotin County, WA.
In 1928, Rev. York moved to Lewiston, ID and retired.
Rev. Jacob B. York passed away Feb. 17, 1941 in Lewiston, ID and is buried at the Vineland Cemetery in Clarkston, WA, along with his wife, Martha York.

Judith (York) Wardlow: My no one knows from whom. Three of their children, including my grandfather Bernard Ray York, were born in LaFlore Co, OK.great grandfather, Jacob B. York was a Baptist Minister in 1883 in the Choctaw District near Short Mt., OK. He was born in Carnesville, Franklin Co, GA. Wife was Martha Deborah Allen, also from GA. Family lore says we are part Native American, but

Descendants of George Thomasson

Generation No. 4


6.GEORGE4 THOMASON (THOMAS3, GEORGE2THOMASSON, GEORGE1) was born November 10, 1703 in New Kent Co.,VA, and died August 22, 1783 in Louisa Co.,VA.He married MARY POLLARD February 22, 1734/35 in Louisa Co.,VA, daughter of RICHARD POLLARD and MARY FLEMING.She was born November 06, 1706 in Goochland Co.,VA, and died Aft. 1783 in Louisa Co.,VA. 
Notes for GEORGE THOMASON:
He was a large landowner in Louisa Co.,VA.(The Compendium of American Geneology; pg.778) 
WILL OF GEORGE THOMASON, dated Aug.19, 1783, filed Oct.13, 1783, names wife, Mary, sons, William, 
Thomas, Richard, John, George and Fleming Thomason; daus., Elizabeth Byars, Ann Curren, Christianna Timberlake, Sally Bibb; grandaus., Martha Byars, (dau. of John Byars and Elizabeth, his wife), Jemima Byars and Rebecca Byars. Executors: Thomas Thomason, Richard Thomason and Fleming Thomason. Signed and sealed in the presence of Matthew Thomason, Charles Cosby and William Cosby, Sr. and James Byars. 
George Thomason (Seal) 
More About GEORGE THOMASON:
Will: August 1783, Probated Louisa Co.,VA
      
Children of GEORGE THOMASON and MARY POLLARD are: 

8.i. WILLIAM5 T.THOMASON, b. September 10, 1720, Henrico Co.,VA; d. 1800, Henry Co.,VA.

9.ii. ELIZABETH THOMASON, b. February 27, 1734/35, Granville Co. NC; d. October 12, 1823, Rappahannak Co.,VA.

10.iii. THOMAS THOMASON, b. February 25, 1736/37, Granville Co. NC; d. August 26, 1818, Granville Co. NC.

11.iv. RICHARD POLLARD THOMASON, b. December 24, 1739, Virginia; d. December 23, 1807, Granville Co. NC.

12.v. JOHN THOMASON, b. October 10, 1741, Louisa, VA; d. 1827, Salisbury Dist.,NC.

13.vi. GEORGE THOMASON, b. February 18, 1742/43, Granville Co. NC; d. June 22, 1792, Rowan Co.,NC.

14.vii. ANN THOMASON, b. April 04, 1749, Louisa, VA; d. 1818, Montgomery Co.,VA.

15.viii. FLEMING THOMASON, b. September 19, 1751, Granville Co. NC; d. 1838.

16.ix. CHRISTIANA THOMASON, b. August 31, 1754, Louisa, VA; d. September 18, 1831.

 x. SARAH "SALLY" THOMASON, d. Unknown.

Generation No. 5


8.WILLIAM5 T.THOMASON (GEORGE4THOMASON, THOMAS3, GEORGE2THOMASSON, GEORGE1) was born September 10, 1720 in Henrico Co.,VA, and died 1800 in Henry Co.,VA.He married (1) SARAH TURNER Bef. 1741 in Louisa Co. VA.She died Unknown.He married (2) MARY EASTUS 1764.She died Unknown. 
      
Children of WILLIAM T.THOMASON and SARAH TURNER are: 

21.i. RICHARD6 THOMASON, b. September 17, 1761, VA; d. September 20, 1824, Salisbury,Rowan Co. NC.

 ii. NANCY THOMASON, b. May 24, 1741; d. Unknown.

 iii. GEORGE THOMASON, b. July 08, 1743; d. Unknown.

 iv. JOHN THOMASON, b. January 18, 1742/43; d. Unknown.

 v. WILLIAM TURNER THOMASON, b. March 24, 1745/46; d. Unknown.

 vi. THOMAS THOMASON, b. June 08, 1750; d. Unknown.

 vii. BETTY THOMASON, b. July 11, 1752; d. Unknown.

 viii. BYARS THOMASON, b. August 10, 1754; d. Unknown.

 ix. POLLY THOMASON, b. March 18, 1756; d. Unknown.

 x. TURNER THOMASON, b. March 12, 1758; d. Unknown.

 xi. CATHERINE THOMASON, b. July 11, 1760; d. Unknown.

 xii. FRANCIS THOMASON, b. July 11, 1760; d. Unknown.

      
Children of WILLIAM T.THOMASON and MARY EASTUS are: 

 xiii. JANE6 THOMASON, b. July 15, 1765; d. Unknown.

 xiv. FLEMING THOMASON, b. March 10, 1766; d. Unknown.

 xv. SARAH THOMASON, b. March 10, 1766; d. Unknown; m. EDWARD RICHARDSON, August 24, 1790; d. Unknown.

 xvi. JAMES THOMASON, b. December 29, 1768; d. 1769.

 xvii. PETER THOMASON, b. December 29, 1768; d. Unknown.

 xviii. ANNE THOMASON, b. June 25, 1770; d. Unknown.

 xix. JAMES LYNN THOMASON(TWIN), b. January 09, 1773; d. Unknown; m. PRUDENCE SIMPSON, September 07, 1799, Henry Co.,VA; d. Unknown.

 xx. JOSEPH THOMASON(TWIN), b. January 09, 1773; d. Unknown.

 xxi. ELIAS THOMASON, b. October 20, 1775; d. Unknown; m. ELIZABETH BARNES, September 30, 1811, Henry Co.,VA; d. Unknown.

 xxii. WINNIE THOMASON, b. July 14, 1777; d. Unknown; m. MARCUS HARVIL, November 30, 1807, Henry Co.,VA; d. Unknown.

 xxiii. ARNOLD THOMASON, b. December 01, 1780; d. Unknown.

 xxiv. ROBERT THOMASON, b. 1782; d. 1839, Kentucky.

DAR     JAMES YORK

DESCENDANTS LIST

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4.  The Said -- Name Restricted -- was the child of

Isaac Andrew Causey born on 19 - Aug - 1867 at IL   

died at Modesto Stanislaus Co CA on 20 - Jun - 1945 and his ( 1st ) wife

Emma Estelle York born on 27 - Feb - 1872 at Wayne Co IA

died at Modesto Stanislaus Co CA on 10 - Apr - 1939 married on 18 - Aug - 1889  

married at AR

5.  The Said Emma Estelle York was the child of

Nathan York born on 9 - Oct - 1826 at NC   

died at AR on 7 - Aug - 1899 and his ( 2nd ) wife

Sarah Ann McGuffin born on 20 - Oct - 1839 at VA

died at AR on 16 - Sep - 1898 married on 30 - Aug - 1860  

married at Surry Co NC

6.  The Said Nathan York was the child of

Mark York born on - - 1781-1789 at NC   

died at Surry Co NC on 11 - Feb - 1867 and his ( 1st ) wife

Clary Durham born on - - 1780-1790 at _______________

died at Surry Co NC on - - 1830-1833 married on 2 - Jan - 1810  

married at Surry Co NC

7.  The Said Mark York was the child of

James York born on a - - 1755 at England   

died at Surry Co NC on a 8 - Aug - 1814 and his ( 1st ) wife

Nancy Whittaker born on a - - 1755 at _______________

died at Surry Co NC on p - - 1820 married on a - - 1760  

 

ASSOCIATED ANCESTOR (REVOLUTIONARY) RECORD

YORK, JAMES

Ancestor #: A131381

Service: NORTH CAROLINA    Rank(s): PATRIOTIC SERVICE

Birth: ANTE 1755    ENGLAND

Death:  ANTE 8-8-1814     SURRY CO NORTH CAROLINA

Service Source: NC REV WAR PAY VOUCHERS, #2300, ROLL #S.115.136

Service Description: 1) PAID FOR SERVICES RENDERED

ANDREW JACKSON YORK

HANNAH RANDELL

JOHN GRATISON YORK

ANNA BANKS THOMASON

JOHN WILLIAM YORK

NANCY STEWARD

THOMAS YORK SR

FRANCES MITCHELL

JAMES YORK

NANCY ANN WHITTAKER

DAR  GEORGE THOMPSON

DESCENDANTS LIST

 Member:  -- Name Restricted --    Nat'l #: 651149     Ancestor #: A132536

1.  -- Generation Restricted --

2.  -- Generation Restricted --

3.  -- Generation Restricted --

4.  The Said -- Name Restricted -- was the child of

Riley Bradford Roberts born on 1 - May - 1861 at TN   

died at Murfreesboro Rutherford Co TN on 16 - Jan - 1933 and his ( 1st ) wife

Jennie McGovern born on 17 - Feb - 1869 at Grundy Co TN

died at Murfreesboro Rutherford Co TN on 5 - Mar - 1945 married on - -   

5.  The Said Riley Bradford Roberts was the child of

Philip H Roberts born on 20 - Sep - 1806 at _______________  

died at Pelhan Grundy Co TN on 30 - May - 1890 and his ( 2nd ) wife

Arsenith Pearson born on 5 - May - 1834 at TN

died at Palmer Grundy Co TN on 1 - Aug - 1918 married on 21 - Jun - 1857  

married at Grundy Co TN

6.  The Said Philip H Roberts was the child of

Isaac Roberts born on c - - 1764 at NC   

died at Grundy Co TN on - Jun - 1849 and his ( 1st ) wife

Ann Thomasson born on c - - 1765 at VA

died at Grundy Co TN on a 7 - Mar - 1853 married on 4 - Oct - 1785  

married at Granville Co NC

7.  The Said Ann Thomasson was the child of

Richard Thomasson born on 24 - Dec - 1739 at VA   

died at Granville Co NC on a - Aug - 1808 and his ( 1st ) wife

Elizabeth born on - - at _______________

died at Granville Co NC on p - Aug - 1808 married on - - 

 

8.  The Said Richard Thomasson was the child of

George Thompson born on 10 - Nov - 1703 at VA   

died at Louisa Co VA on 22 - Aug - 1783 and his ( 1st ) wife

Mary Pollard born on 6 - Nov - 1706 at VA

died at Louisa Co VA on p 17 - Aug - 1783 married on c - - 1733  

ASSOCIATED ANCESTOR (REVOLUTIONARY) RECORD

THOMPSON, GEORGE

Ancestor #: A132536

Service: VIRGINIA    Rank(s): PATRIOTIC SERVICE

Birth: 11-10-1703    VIRGINIA

Death:8-22-1783     LOUISA CO VIRGINIA

Service Source: ABERCROMBIE & SLATTEN, VA REV PUB CLAIMS, VOL 2, P 641

Service Description: 1) FURNISHED SUPPLIES

ANDREW JACKSON YORK

HANNAH RANDELL

JOHN GRATISON YORK

ANNA BANKS THOMASON

GEORGE W THOMASON

ELIZABETH WALRAVEN

WILLIAM TURNER THOMASSON

PHOEBE ESTES

WILLIAM  THOMASSON

SARH TURNER

GEORGE THOMASSON

NANCY POLLARD

DAR      GEORGE THOMPSON

DESCENDANTS LIST

 Member:  -- Name Restricted --    Nat'l #: 795998     Ancestor #: A132536

1.  -- Generation Restricted --

2. -- Generation Restricted --

3.  -- Generation Restricted --

4.  The Said -- Name Restricted -- was the child of

John Henry Wyatt born on 5 - Apr - 1854 at KY   

died at Graves Co KY on 15 - Jun - 1920 and his ( 1st ) wife

William Catherine Colley born on 17 - Feb - 1859 at KY

died at Graves Co KY on 14 - Feb - 1931 married on 23 - Dec - 1877  

5.  The Said John Henry Wyatt was the child of

Raleigh Roll Wyatt born on 6 - Aug - 1824 at Rutherford Co TN   

died at Graves Co KY on 3 - Feb - 1916 and his ( 1st ) wife

Nancy Elizabeth Payne born on 31 - Mar - 1835 at Christian Co KY

died at Graves Co KY on 11 - Aug - 1913 married on 28 - Jul - 1853  

married at Montgomery Co TN

6.  The Said Nancy Elizabeth Payne was the child of

John L Payne born on c - - 1797 at VA   

died at _______________ on - - and his ( 1st ) wife

Fanny Thomasson born on 19 - Jul - 1808 at VA

died at Mayfield Graves Co KY on 15 - Oct - 1892 married on 10 - Jul - 1826  

married at Henry Co VA

7.  The Said Fanny Thomasson was the child of

Arnold Thomasson born on 1 - Dec - 1780 at VA   

died at Christian Co KY on 13 - Dec - 1839 and his ( 1st ) wife

Phoebe Dyer born on 25 - Oct - 1782 at VA

died at Appanoose Co IA on 26 - Sep - 1871 married on 17 - Oct - 1806  

married at Henry Co VA

8.  The Said Arnold Thomasson was the child of

William Thomasson born on - - at _______________  

died at Henry Co VA on a 27 - Oct - 1800 and his ( 2nd ) wife

born on - - at _______________

died at _______________ on - - married on - -   

9.  The Said William Thomasson was the child of

George Thompson born on 10 - Nov - 1703 at VA   

died at Louisa Co VA on a 13 - Oct - 1783 and his ( 1st ) wife

Mary Pollard born on 6 - Nov - 1706 at VA

died at _______________ on - - married on c - - 1733  

ASSOCIATED ANCESTOR (REVOLUTIONARY) RECORD

THOMPSON, GEORGE

Ancestor #: A132536

Service: VIRGINIA    Rank(s): PATRIOTIC SERVICE

Birth: 11-10-1703    VIRGINIA

Death:  8-22-1783     LOUISA CO VIRGINIA

Service Source:  ABERCROMBIE & SLATTEN, VA REV PUB CLAIMS, VOL 2, P 641

Service Description:  1) FURNISHED SUPPLIES

ANDREW JACKSON YORK

HANNAH RANDELL

JOHN GRATISON YORK

ANNA BANKS THOMASON

GEORGE W THOMASON

ELIZABETH WALRAVEN

WILLIAM TURNER THOMASSON

PHOEBE ESTES

WILLIAM  THOMASSON

SARH TURNER

GEORGE THOMASSON

NANCY POLLARD

DAR  CHARLES SMITH WILKINS

 

DESCENDANTS LIST

 Member:  -- Name Restricted --    Nat'l #: 777481     Ancestor #: A203058

1.  -- Generation Restricted --

2.  -- Generation Restricted --

3.  -- Generation Restricted --

4.   The Said -- Name Restricted -- was the child of

Elisha Burl M Randall born on - - 1859 at Franklin Co GA   

died at _______________ on - - and his ( 1st ) wife

Mary E Griffin born on c - - 1858 at Hartwell Hart Co GA

died at _______________ on - - married on - - 

 

5.   The Said Elisha Burl M Randall was the child of

Anderson S Randal born on - - 1833 at Franklin Co GA   

died at Franklin Co GA on a 4 - Jan - 1876 and his ( 1st ) wife

Sophia born on - - 1834 at GA

died at _______________ on - - married on - -   

6.   The Said Anderson S Randal was the child of

Oney Cypress Randal born on - - 1795 at NC   

died at Franklin Co GA on a 3 - Apr - 1854 and his ( 1st ) wife

Susanna W Wilkins born on - - 1800 at NC

died at Franklin Co GA on p 3 - Apr - 1854 married on - - 

 

7.   The Said Susanna W Wilkins was the child of

Charles S Wilkins born on 26 - Sep - 1755 at Lunenburg Co VA   

died at Rutherford Co NC on 12 - Mar - 1817 and his ( 2nd ) wife

Elizabeth Puryear born on 4 - Jan - 1772 at _______________

died at Cleveland Co NC on 4 - Jul - 1837 married on 22 - Jun - 1795  

married at Mecklenburg Co VA

 

** Additional, but unverified lineage is listed on the application. **

 

ASSOCIATED ANCESTOR (REVOLUTIONARY) RECORD

WILKINS, CHARLES S

Ancestor #: A203058

Service:   VIRGINIA    Rank(s): PATRIOTIC SERVICE

Birth: 9-26-1755    LUNENBURG CO VIRGINIA

Death:  3-12-1817     RUTHERFORD CO NORTH CAROLINA

Service Source:  ELLIOT, REV WAR RECS MECKLENBURG CO VA, P 151

Service Description:  1) FURNISHED SUPPLIES

DAR  THOMAS PEYTON HARVEY

DESCENDANTS LIST

 Member:  -- Name Restricted --    Nat'l #: 938005     Ancestor #: A052182

1.  -- Generation Restricted --

2.  -- Generation Restricted --

3.  -- Generation Restricted --

4.  ​The Said -- Name Restricted -- was the child of

William T Smith born on 12 - Jun - 1861 at GA   

died at Resaca Gordon Co GA on 8 - Apr - 1934 and his ( 1st ) wife

Sarah Margaret Thomas born on 25 - Feb - 1861 at GA

died at Resaca Gordon Co GA on 14 - Jun - 1940 married on c - - 1880  

married at Franklin Co GA

5.  ​The Said William T Smith was the child of

John R Smith born on 21 - Apr - 1821 at GA   

died at Franklin Co GA on 12 - Apr - 1899 and his ( 1st ) wife

Elizabeth Randal born on c - - 1824 at GA

died at Grimlog Franklin Co GA on p - - 1880 married on 21 - Sep - 1843  

married at Franklin Co GA

6.  ​The Said Elizabeth Randal was the child of

Oney Cypress Randal born on 5 - Feb - 1796 at NC   

died at Franklin Co GA on - Mar - 1854 and his ( 1st ) wife

Susannah born on 6 - Jan - 1800 at NC

died at Franklin Co GA on p 11 - Dec - 1871 married on c - - 1817  

7.  ​The Said Oney Cypress Randal was the child of

John Bull Randall born on - - 1766 at NC   

died at _______________ on 30 - Dec - 1851 and his ( 1st ) wife

Hannah Harvey born on 5 - Jun - 1776 at Halifax Co NC

died at _______________ on 25 - Nov - 1832 married on c - - 1795  

8.  ​The Said Hannah Harvey was the child of

Thomas Harvey born on c - - 1740 at _______________  

died at Halifax Co NC on a 20 - Feb - 1806 and his ( 1st ) wife

Sarah Ann born on c - - 1750 at _______________

died at _______________ on p 31 - Oct - 1814 married on c - - 1764  

 

ASSOCIATED ANCESTOR (REVOLUTIONARY) RECORD  HARVEY, THOMAS

Ancestor #: A052182

Notice:  DATA IN THE CORRECTION FILE  (WHY?)

Service:  NORTH CAROLINA    Rank(s): PATRIOTIC SERVICE

Birth:  CIRCA 1740   

Death:  ANTE 2-20-1806     HALIFAX CO NORTH CAROLINA

Service Source:  NC REV WAR PAY VOUCHERS #3525, #3649, ROLL #S.115.96

Service Description:  1) FURNISHED SUPPLIES, HALIFAX CO

DAR   JAMES WILKINS

DESCENDANTS LIST

 Member:  -- Name Restricted --    Nat'l #: 754108     Ancestor #: A110376

1.  -- Generation Restricted --

2.  -- Generation Restricted --

3.  -- Generation Restricted --

4.  ​    The Said -- Name Restricted -- was the child of

Charles Speed Stonecypher born on 3 - Mar - 1851 at Franklin Co GA   

died at Franklin Co GA on 21 - Jan - 1936 and his ( 1st ) wife

Harriett A Burgess born on 20 - Nov - 1853 at Franklin Co GA

died at Dodge Co GA on 23 - Oct - 1916 married on 24 - Nov - 1870  

married at Franklin Co GA

5. ​The Said Charles Speed Stonecypher was the child of

Charles Stonecypher born on - - 1815 at Franklin Co GA   

died at Dodge Co GA on - - 1885 and his ( 1st ) wife

Martha Randall born on - - 1815 at Franklin Co GA

died at Franklin Co GA on - - 1885 married on - - 1834  

married at Franklin Co GA

6.  ​The Said Charles Stonecypher was the child of

Benjamin Stonecypher born on - - 1788 at Franklin Co GA   

died at Franklin Co GA on - - 1873 and his ( 1st ) wife

Elizabeth Angle Collins born on - - 1793 at Franklin Co GA

died at Franklin Co GA on - - 1875 married on 18 - Dec - 1811  

married at Franklin Co GA

7.  ​The Said Benjamin Stonecypher was the child of

John Stonecypher born on - - 1756 at Culpepper Co VA   

died at Franklin Co GA on 16 - Dec - 1850 and his ( 1st ) wife

Nancy Curtis born on - - 1755 at MD

died at Franklin Co GA on 12 - Jul - 1849 married on - - 1784  

married at Wilkes Co NC

 

ASSOCIATED ANCESTOR (REVOLUTIONARY) RECORD

STONECYPHER, JOHN

Ancestor #: A110376

Service:  NORTH CAROLINA    Rank(s): PRIVATE

Birth:  1756    CULPEPER CO VIRGINIA

Death: 12-16-1850     FRANKLIN CO GEORGIA

Pension Number: *S16539

Service Source: *S16539

Service Description: 1) CAPTS GORDON, FALLS, RUTLEDGE, CLEVELAND,

2) CAMPBELL, KEY

DAR ARABELLA SMITH

 

DESCENDANTS LIST

 Member:  -- Name Restricted --    Nat'l #: 777481     Ancestor #: A203057

 

1.  -- Generation Restricted --

2.  -- Generation Restricted --

3.  -- Generation Restricted --

4.   The Said -- Name Restricted -- was the child of

Elisha Burl M Randall born on - - 1859 at Franklin Co GA   

died at _______________ on - - and his ( 1st ) wife

Mary E Griffin born on c - - 1858 at GA

died at Dallas Dallas Co TX on - - married on - -   

 

5.  The Said Elisha Burl M Randall was the child of

Anderson S Randal born on - - 1833 at GA   

died at Franklin Co GA on a 4 - Jan - 1876 and his ( 1st ) wife

Sophia born on c - - 1834 at GA

died at _______________ on - - married on - -

   

6.   The Said Anderson S Randal was the child of

Oney Cypress Randall born on - - 1795 at NC   

died at Franklin Co GA on a 3 - Apr - 1854 and his ( 1st ) wife

Susanna W Wilkins born on - - 1800 at NC

died at Franklin Co GA on p 3 - Apr - 1854 married on a - - 1833  

7.  ​The Said Susanna W Wilkins was the child of

Charles S Wilkins born on 26 - Sep - 1755 at Lunenburg Co VA   

died at Rutherford Co NC on 12 - Mar - 1817 and his ( 2nd ) wife

Elizabeth Puryear born on 4 - Jan - 1772 at _______________

died at Cleveland Co NC on 4 - Jul - 1837 married on 22 - Jun - 1795  

married at Mecklenburg Co VA

8.  ​The Said Charles S Wilkins was the child of

James Wilkins born on c - - 1730 at Lunenburg Co VA   

died at Mecklenburg Co VA on a 8 - Oct - 1781 and his ( 1st ) wife

Arabella Smith Marrow born on c - - 1727 at Henrico Co VA

died at Mecklenburg Co VA on c - - 1790 married on 20 - Jun - 1751  

married at Lunenburg Co VA

 

ASSOCIATED ANCESTOR (REVOLUTIONARY) RECORD   WILKINS, ARABELLA SMITH

Ancestor #: A203057

Service:   VIRGINIA    Rank(s): PATRIOTIC SERVICE

Birth: CIRCA 1727    HENRICO CO VIRGINIA

Death:  CIRCA 1790     MECKLENBURG CO VIRGINIA

Service Source:  ELLIOTT, REV WAR RECORDS, MECKLENBURG CO, VA, P 151

Service Description: 1) FURNISHED SUPPLIES