PETER CONE
WILLIAM AARON CONE
+MARY FRANCES HAGAN
                    PETER CONE
                    +ALPHRETTA TANNER
                                        PERCY LIONEL CONE
                                        +CORA L WILDER
                                                            CORNELIUS "CARL" TAFT CONE  
                                                            +EARLINE HELEN THOMPSON
                                                                                CARLINE CONE
                                                                                +KENNETH CLYDE CONNOR
                                                                                +WALTER ROBERT ALLEN    
                                                                                 JERROD  'JERRY" DOSTER CONE SR
                                                                                 +BARBARA H
                                                                                                    JERROD "JAY" DOSTER CONE JR 
                                                                                                    LINDA ANN CONE
                                                                                                    +COLIN TURLEY
                                                                                                    +KENNETH SCOTT UNFER                                                                                                                                                   JANICE CONE 
                                                                                                    +DUANE CLIFFORD LONG
                                                            CLEO BERNICE CONE
                                                            +DOUGLAS JOSEPH STELSING   
                                                            +JESSIE HUNNICUTT
                                                            +ROWLAND E BAYLES
                                        WILLIAM SETH CONE
                                        +LOUISA T FOSTER  
                                                             EUNICE CONE
                                                            +ADELBERT LONG DEWEES
                                                                                ADELBERT CONE DEWEES
                                                                                +MARY ADELAIDE REDDING 
                                                                                                   ADELBERT SETH DEWEES
                                                                                                   +NINA JANE FROHOCK
                                                                                                                       ADELBERT SETH DEWEES II
                                                                                                                       +LINDA ANN CHAUDOIN
                                                                                                    +MARY ANN OLSSON
                                                                                                   DONIA ADELE DEWEES
                                                                                                   MARY ANN DEWEES
                                                                                WILLIAM RUTLEDGE DEWEES
                                                                                +DORIS EVA SAPP
                                                                                                   MICHAEL DEWEES
                                                                                                   KELVIN DEWEES
                                                                                                   +PAMELA LEFILS
                                                                                                   *TIANA ASTRID GUY
                                                                                                   MARK DEWEES         
                                                            +EDWARD ARCHIE SMITH SR   
                                                             CLARENCE WILLIAM CONE
                                                             +IRENE S MALORY     
Peter Cone

The Palm Beach Post, April 18, 1925

GREAT FUNERAL FOR KLANSMAN ARRANGED

Hundreds of Knights will march in long procession here today.

Hundreds of Klansmen-- members of the new order-- today are expected to pay last tribute to a member of both the old order and the new, Capt. Peter Cone, aged 75, who died at his home at Pahokee at 1030 o’clock Thursday night.

     After his discharge from the 47th Georgia Regiment of the Confederate Army, in which he had enlisted at the age of 14, Capt. Cone became a member of the original Ku Klux Klan. When the new order came into existence, he affiliated himself with the West Palm Beach organization.

Knights to Attend
     Klan leaders here last night declared that they expect probably the largest funeral in the history of the local organization. Hundreds of nights, it is believed, will move from the Ferguson undertaking establishment here to Woodlawn Cemetery were full Klan services will be conducted.

     Members of the organization last night were asked by the leaders to report to headquarters between four and 5 o’clock this afternoon for robes and instructions.

     The long procession of white robed knights will moved to the cemetery at 5 o’clock. At the grave clan ministers will officiate with the full ritual. The body will lie in state in the undertaking company’s Chapel from 12 until 5 o’clock this afternoon.

     The life of Capt. Peter Cone, who also had the distinction of being one of the oldest ship captains plying waters in this state, has been one of color.

     He was born at Statesboro, Georgia, where he lived until, at the age of 14, he enlisted in the cause of his people. After the war he joined the original Ku Klux Klan and in 1868 came to Florida, settling near Seville.
     
A Mail Carrier

     For the next 20 years then he carried United States mail by boat under federal contract. The latter four years of his time in the Postal Service he lived in Brevard County, to which he moved in 1912.

     In 1916 he gave up his mail contract and became pilot of the boat on the Indian River 4B Chase fruit company. Finally, in 1922 he moved to Pahokee, Palm Beach County, where until his death he conducted a freight and vegetable service boat on Lake Okeechobee.
     Capt. Cone was known by virtually every steamship company whose ship touch Florida ports, and he had the distinction, it was said last night, of having operated a boat on the St. Johns River the longest of any one skipper.

     Surviving the aged sailor are his wife and a son, Percy L. Cone, of Pahokee; three other sons, W. S. Cone, Cocoa; Paul Cone, Jupiter; and Cecil Cone, Winnipeg, Canada; two daughters, Mrs. R. C. Barker, Daytona, and Mrs. C. S. Brady, Fulford; and a brother and three sisters.

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Wedding of Eunice and Bert held at Ira Dewees' home in West Palm Beach, Florida Lt to Rt Peter Cone, Ira A Dewees, Georgia Kerr Dewees, maid, Eunice Cone and A L Dewees

Peter & His Steamboat

Alfaretta Tanner Cone

WILLIAM AARON CONE
Parents Of Peter Cone

William Aaron Cone

Mary Frances Hagin Cone

1880 United States Federal Census

Name:    William A . Cone
Age:    50
Birth Year:    abt 1830
Birthplace:    Georgia
Home in 1880:    Volusia, Volusia, Florida
Race:    White
Gender:    Male
Relation to Head of House:    Self (Head)
Marital Status:    Married
Spouse's Name:    Frances Cone
Father's Birthplace:    Georgia
Mother's Birthplace:    Georgia
Neighbors:    View others on page
Occupation:    Sheriff
Cannot read/write:

Blind:

Deaf and dumb:

Otherwise disabled:

Idiotic or insane:

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Household Members:    
Name    Age
William A. Cone    50
Frances Cone    49
Anice Cone    15
Montgomery Cone    13
Elizebeth Cone    11
Emily Cone    9
Charles Cone    7

 

    Montgomery Cummings Cone
    Martha Jane Elizabeth Crews
Daughter of Montgomery Cone
Ruby Louise Cone
607 Dahlia Street
William Leonard Purvis (#22) used to race on Daytona Beach in the 50s
Son of Ruby Cone & Leonard E. Purvis
Census Records
Peter Cone & Family

1860 United States Federal Census


Name    Peter Cone
Age    8
Birth Year    abt 1852
Gender    Male
Birth Place    Georgia (country)
Home in 1860    Savannah District 2, Chatham, Georgia
Post Office    Savannah
Family Number    1079
Household Members    
Name    Age
William A Cone    32
Frances Cone    29
Peter Cone    8
Sarah J Cone    6

1880 United States Federal Census


Name    Peter Done
Age    27
Birth Year    abt 1853
Birthplace    Georgia
Home in 1880    Volusia, Volusia, Florida
Race    White
Gender    Male
Relation to Head of House    Self
Marital Status    Married
Spouse's Name    Alfshosetta Done
Father's Birthplace    Georgia
Mother's Birthplace    Georgia
Occupation    Farming
Household Members    
Name    Age
Peter Done    27
Alfshosetta Done    21
Percy L. Done    1

1910 United States Federal Census


Name    Peter Cone
Age in 1910    59
Birth Year    abt 1851
Birthplace    Georgia
Home in 1910    Francis, Putnam, Florida
Race    White
Gender    Male
Relation to Head of House    Head
Marital Status    Married
Spouse's Name    Alfritto Cone
Father's Birthplace    Georgia
Mother's Birthplace    Georgia
Native Tongue    English
Occupation    Mariner
Employer, Employee or Other    Employer
Home Owned or Rented    Own
Home Free or Mortgaged    Free
Farm or House    Farm
Able to read    Yes
Able to Write    Yes
Years Married    34
Number of Children Born    8
Number of Children Living    6
Household Members    
Name    Age
Peter Cone    59
Alfritto Cone    52
Ruth Cone    22
Rose Cone    15
Paul Cone    22
Cecil Cone    21

1870 United States Federal Census


Name    Peter Cone
Age in 1870    16
Birth Year    abt 1854
Birthplace    Georgia
Home in 1870    Subdivision 17, Volusia, Florida
Race    White
Gender    Male
Post Office    Volusia
Household Members    
Name    Age
William Cone    40
Francis Cone    35
Sarah Cone    18
Peter Cone    16
Annie Cone    10
Mont Cone    8
Lizzie Cone    2

1900 United States Federal Census


Name    Peter Cone
Age    52
Birth Date    Apr 1848
Birthplace    Georgia
Home in 1900    Precinct 4, Saint Johns, Florida
Race    White
Gender    Male
Relation to Head of House    Head
Marital Status    Married
Spouse's Name    Alpharetta Cone
Marriage Year    1878
Years Married    22
Father's Birthplace    Florida
Mother's Birthplace    Florida
Household Members    
Name    Age
Peter Cone    52
Alpharetta Cone    42
Percy L Cone    21
Seth W Cone    19
Paul Cone    12
Ruth Cone    12
Cecil Cone    9
Rose Cone    5

1920 United States Federal Census


Name    Peter Cone
Age    69
Birth Year    abt 1851
Birthplace    Georgia
Home in 1920    Banyan, Brevard, Florida
Street    County Road To Cocoa
House Number    Farm
Race    White
Gender    Male
Relation to Head of House    Head
Marital Status    Married
Spouse's Name    Alfratta Cone
Father's Birthplace    Georgia
Mother's Birthplace    Georgia
Able to Speak English    Yes
Occupation    Marker
Industry    Steam Seed
Employment Field    Employer
Home Owned or Rented    Own
Home Free or Mortgaged    Free
Able to read    Yes
Able to Write    Yes
Household Members    
Name    Age
Peter Cone    69
Alfratta Cone    61
Percy L Cone    41
Paul Cone    32
Carl Cone    11
Cleo Cone    8
Ruth Cone    24
James P Cone    5

 

Children of Peter and Alpharetta Cone
1.  Percy Lionel Cone  1878-1943
3.  Paul Cone  1887-1950
5.  Cecil Cone  1890-1937
2.  William Seth Cone  1881-1974
4.  Ruth Cone  1887-1986
6.  Amanda Rose Cone  1894-1979
1.  Percy Lionel Cone  1878-1943

1920 United States Federal Census


Name    Percy L Cone
Age    41
Birth Year    abt 1879
Birthplace    Florida
Home in 1920    Banyan, Brevard, Florida
Street    County Road To Cocoa
Race    White
Gender    Male
Relation to Head of House    Son
Marital Status    Widowed
Father's Name    Peter Cone
Father's Birthplace    Georgia
Mother's Name    Alfratta Cone
Mother's Birthplace    Georgia
Able to Speak English    Yes
Occupation    Engine Mechanic
Industry    Steam Seed
Employment Field    Wage or Salary
Able to read    Yes
Able to Write    Yes
Household Members    
Name    Age
Peter Cone    69
Alfratta Cone    61
Percy L Cone    41
Paul Cone    32
Carl Cone    11
Cleo Cone    8
Ruth Cone    24
James P Cone    5

Funeral Mass for Kenneth C. Conner, 76, of Jackson will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Richard Catholic Church. He died Nov. 27, 2004, at Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, Jackson. Burial will be at 2:30 p.m. at Roseland Cemetery, Gloster, under the direction of Wright & Ferguson Funeral Home, Jackson.

Mr. Conner was born Jan. 26, 1928, in Jacksonville, Fla., the son of the late Hiram Benjamin Conner and Alphia Phillips Conner. A graduate of University of Florida, he was a World War II veteran, serving in the U.S. Navy, where he earned the World War II Victory Medal. Mr. Conner had resided in Jackson since 1987 and was a communicant of St. Richard Catholic Church. A life-long salesman, he was employed with Orkin Extermination for many years and retired from Labor Chex. An avid Florida Gator football fan, Mr. Conner was instrumental in beginning the Florida Alumni Club Association of Jackson and was a member of the Downtown Rotary Club of Jackson. Until his recent illness, he was an active participant in the Jackson chapter of Barbershop Choral Group.

Survivors include his wife, Margaret Maggio Conner of Jackson; daughter, Jill Conner of Richmond, Va., daughter, Cathy Conner, Richmond, Va.; son, Michael Hipps and his son, Joseph Conner Hipps, both of Pearl, Miss.; daughter, Marilea Hipps of Fort Walton Beach, Fla.; son, Bobby Hipps Jr. and his children, Brayson and Gage Hipps, all of Fort Walton Beach, Fla.; mother-in-law, Mrs. Vincent Maggio of Greenville, Miss.; sister, Louise Fortuna and her son, Wayne Fortuna, both of Jacksonville, Fla.; and a host of nieces, nephews and other family members.

Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. today at St. Richard, with a prayer service at 6 p.m. Visitation will resume at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the church.

Memorials may be made to St. Richard Catholic Church or to the Restorative Care Unit at the Mississippi Baptist Medical Center. 
 
Burial:
Roseland Cemetery 
Gloster
Amite County
Mississippi, USA

CARLINE CONE
KENNETH CONNER
2.  William Seth Cone  1881-1974

William S Cone

Birth: Aug. 5, 1881

Death: Feb. 9, 1974

 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Louisa Foster Northrup (1888 - 1950)*
 
*Calculated relationship

 

Burial:
Crooked Mile Cemetery 
Merritt Island
Brevard County
Florida, USA

 
Created by: MRS
Record added: Nov 11, 2003 
Find A Grave Memorial# 8077403

Florida Marriage Indexes, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001


Name    Louise Foster Cone
County of Marriage    Brevard
Marriage Date    1938
Volume    438
Certificate    9004
Source    Florida Department of Health
Household Members    
Name    Age
Louise Foster Cone    
L. C. Northrup

Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001


Name    William Seth Cone
Gender    Male
Divorce Date    1938
Divorce Place    Brevard, Florida
Certificate Number    2067
Household Members    
Name    Age
William Seth Cone    
Louise Foster

Louisa Foster Northrup

Birth: Feb. 3, 1888
Durbin
St. Johns County
Florida, USA

Death: Dec. 7, 1950
Brevard County
Florida, USA

 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Thomas J Foster (1855 - 1928)
  Sevility Frances Masters Foster (1859 - 1923)
 
 Spouse:
  William S Cone (1881 - 1974)
 
 Siblings:
  Edith Foster Newman (1876 - 1909)**
  Margaret Alicia Foster Causey (1881 - 1971)**
  Peter John Foster (1883 - 1963)**
  Frances Mary Foster Pacetti (1886 - 1967)**
  Louisa Foster Northrup (1888 - 1950)
  Thomas Jefferson Foster (1891 - 1909)**
  Bernard Gilbert Foster (1900 - 1957)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling

 

Burial:
Crooked Mile Cemetery 
Merritt Island
Brevard County
Florida, USA

 
Created by: MRS
Record added: Nov 12, 2003 
Find A Grave Memorial# 8080465

Seth and Louisa

Seth Cone

Seth and Louisa

Louisa T Foster Cone

Louisa and Eunice

Seth met Louisa Foster at Racy Point steamboat stop when he was Captain of the steamboat Fearless, a steamboat out of Jacksonville.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Louisa T Foster Cone

Luther "Luke C. Northrup
            2nd Husband
           of Louisa Cone
1910 United States Federal Census

Name:    Lousia Cone
Age in 1910:    21
Birth Year:    abt 1889
Birthplace:    Florida
Home in 1910:    Georgiana, Brevard, Florida
Street:    Merritt Island
Race:    White
Gender:    Female
Relation to Head of House:    Wife
Marital Status:    Married
Spouse's Name:    William S Cone
Father's Birthplace:    Georgia
Mother's Birthplace:    Florida
Native Tongue:    English
Able to Read:    Yes
Able to Write:    Yes
Years Married:    7
Number of Children Born:    2
Number of Children Living:    2
Neighbors:    View others on page
Household Members:    
Name    Age
William S Cone    29
Lousia Cone    21
Eunice Cone    3
William L Cone    2
Seth and Louisa had two Children
1.  Eunice Cone - Married Adelbert Long Dewees
2. Clarence William Cone - Married Irene Sybill Mallory
CLICK ON THE NAMES TO SEE THEIR STORIES
Eunice Cone
Clarence Cone
4.  RUTH CONE   1887 - 1986
5.  CECIL WILLIAM CONE   1890 - 1937

Cecil William Cone

Cecil and Mary Campbell Cone

6.  AMANDA ROSE CONE   1894 - 1979

Charles Sherman Brady

Birth: Jan. 11, 1893
Hillsville
Carroll County
Virginia, USA

Death: Jan. 29, 1967
Sunland
Los Angeles County
California, USA


Photo courtesy of the Antelope Valley Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Charles Brady (1860 - 1942)
  Mary Anne Smith Brady (1866 - 1936)
 
 Children:
  Page Garrett Brady (1919 - 1970)*
 
*Calculated relationship

 

Burial:
Lancaster Cemetery 
Lancaster
Los Angeles County
California, USA

 
Created by: Antelope Valley Genealog...
Record added: Mar 31, 2014 
Find A Grave Memorial# 127194647

E-mail from Jim Brady of Falls Church VA to Steve Keefe, 3/6/2011

 

John Abner Brady died on October 8, 1858 as the result of falling into a well at the Crockett Hotel in Hillsville.  I have a copy of the article I got from the Richmond Dispatch (I think that is the name), which I can’t find immediately.  When I found out what had happened, I was kind of disgusted that he may have just disappeared and perhaps none of the family cared enough to look for him.  But as it turns out, I don’t think that is the case.

 

As for Mary Ann Brady, she is my great grandmother.  And she was never married.  I think the record you may have come across appears to associate Alan Jefferson Alderman as a husband because genealogy software doesn’t easily associate non married parents.  I am sure that will change, given the way our society is today.

 

My grandfather [Daniel Washington Brady] was born in 1856.  I strongly suspect his father may have been either Minzy Walls or Kinchen Walls.  I have had my DNA done and it seems to be that I match the Walls blood line and am nowhere near the Brady bloodline.  Minzy and Kinchen were husbands to Elizabeth Brady and Tabitha (respectively).  And I think Minzy is probably the father.  I also suspect he may have fathered the Charles Brady who was the son of Emily Brady.  I have contact with some of Charles Brady’s descendants.  Unfortunately the one I had the most contact with and the only male died suddenly in NC about 3 years ago and before I had gotten the DNA done.  I had questioned this possibility in my mind before the DNA, because it seemed the family basically came unglued after 1860.  Of course there could be many reasons for this, among them the Civil War. 

 

As for Mary Ann, she ended up letting George Chaplin* take Daniel (I’m not sure at what age) after from what I understand he was near starvation.  Mary Ann at some point in the 1860s became a housekeeper for Alan Jefferson Alderman and was living in that household in the 1870 census.  In 1874 Mary Ann had another son James Franklin.  I do believe his father was Alan Jefferson Alderman.  In the 1880 census Mary Ann and James Franklin were living in the household of Early Williams as a servant.  And after 1880 Mary Ann as well as her Mother Mary seems to vanish.  I have been able to find no death record for either.  I am guessing the Mother Mary would definitely have been deceased by 1900 and Mary Ann could well have been also.  I do have on picture of a woman that was in the pictures that belonged to my grandfather.  It is possible this person may be Mary Ann Brady or it could also be George Chaplin’s wife and it could be neither. 

 

In the newspaper article I found about John Abner’s death, it indicated he had been in “high court” and after the day had gone to the well to get water.  I searched the court records in Carroll briefly but was not able to find anything.  The records were fragile and very dusty.  I want to go again and search the records more carefully to see if I can find something.  A thought is that possibly something related to my grandfather’s paternity was in the works.

 

Switching back to Mary Ann and Alan Jefferson Alderman, on one or both marriage records for James Franklin Brady the father of the groom is listed as Jeff or Jefferson Brady.  I have never found this name associated with the Brady’s.  But I think it does lend a clue as to James Franklin’s father is.  And there was limited discussion in my family that associated us to the Alderman’s.  It is possible that Alan Jefferson fathered both children but there is 18 years difference in ages of Daniel and James.  So I am more inclined to think otherwise.  It is just unfortunate that things weren’t as liberated back then as they are today; otherwise there may have been a front page article announcing the birth of Daniel Washington of James Franklin whose Mother is Mary Ann Brady and whose Father is…

 

I do want to add to that I found in Wythe County (and this is where I have to be vague) what I seem to remember a record of Elizabeth Brady either listed as divorcing or divorced.  Elizabeth Brady was the sister married to Minzy Walls.  I went back to Wythe County last year, but I was unable to find the same record.  When I first found the record, I didn’t have enough information to think that this could possibly be in our family.

 

Jim

 

*George Chaplin was a minister who I think may have been a founder of Stone Mountain Church in Carroll County.  He came from NC and settled approximately the same time as the Bradys.  I don’t know that he was related in any way but he may have been.  I know from talk with people who knew my grandfather, apparently he felt as though George and his wife were like parents to him.  Too, as I recall George and his wife had a son who I think would have been about the same age as my grandfather.  That could have been part of it as well.

 

 

 

With regard to Mary Ann, I am sure she was shunned after having my grandfather out of wedlock.  But I don’t necessarily find that she wasn’t a good person.  I think she was a victim of circumstance and could well have been forced into the situations.  Maybe not.  I do know when I started genealogy, I made a conscious decision from the beginning that whatever I uncovered I would not judge.  And I do feel especially after John Abner died suddenly that the Brady women were in a very tough situation. This is sort of proven by the fact that the Mother Mary Ann was still working as a laborer and/or servant probably all the way up to her death as is demonstrated in the 1880 census record.  And I still would like to verify whether John Abner had some business with the Court at the time of his death.  Is it slightly possible his falling into the well was no accident…

John Oatman Dewees

 in the Alabama, Texas and Virginia, Confederate Pensions, 1884-1958

Name:John Oatman Dewees

Application Date:20 Mar 1928

Application Place:Wilson

Spouse:Mrs Annie Dewees

Marriage Date:12 Feb 1873

Marriage Place:Guadalupe, Texas

Death Date:10 Jun 1898

Death Place:Bexar, Texas

Pension File Number:43698

Application Type:Widow

JOHN O. DEWEES,

SAN ANTONIO.

John O. Dewees, for many years identified with the history of western Texas, and a leading citizen and stockman of that part of the State, was born in Putnam County, Indiana, where the town of Greencastle now stands, on the 30th day of December, 1828. His parents were Thomas and America Dewees, natives of Kentucky, and respectively of Welsh and English and German and English descent. His father was a farmer and stockraiser, and died on his farm, near Hallettsville, in Lavaca County, in 1864. His mother died at San Marcos, Hays County, Texas, May 5, 1889.

Mr. Thomas Dewees moved, with his family, from Putnam County, Indiana, to Tasewell County, Illinois, in 1831 or 1832, and, four or five years later, located further north, on the Fox River, where the town of Dundee, Cane County, Illinois, now stands. Mr. John Oatman, Mrs. Dewees' father, laid off the village of Dundee, on the east side of the river, and Mr. Thomas Dewees on the west side, and the latter engaged in farming and established the first flouring mill erected in that section.

The country west of the Mississippi, at this time, contained few white pioneers. There were, in fact, camps of Sioux and Pottawottamie Indians situated within half a mile of the little frontier settlement, but the Indians were kindly treated and, as a consequence, made good neighbors. School facilities were meager and the subject of this sketch, John O. Dewees, had few opportunities to acquire an education. During the summer months he worked upon his father's farm, and as teamster, often hauled wheat and corn to Chicago, thirty-six miles west of Dundee, and then merely a government post, containing 200 or 300 inhabitants. In the long winter days he was a pupil at the little red brick school-house, and succeeded in acquiring the rudiments of an English education, which he improved and extended in after years, as opportunity offered. In 1848 the construction of the Chicago & Galena Railroad was commenced, and in the fall of 1849 it had reached Elgin, five miles below Dundee. John O. Dewees, then in his twenty-first year, was among the first of the people of that section to ride over and watch, as a deeply interested spectator, the wonderful work of railroad building. And well he might! Rude and imperfect as was this primitive railway, slowly uncoiling itself in the Western wilderness, it represented the highest embodiment of the genius of this utilitarian, iron, world-moving age! An invention second only to that of gunpowder. Gunpowder enabled civilization, at last, to hold barbarism at bay and to render evermore impossible such a catastrophe as that which engulfed Rome's 1,400 years of glory, art, literature and law, in the night of the middle ages. The railroad has made it no longer necessary for cities to be built where there are harbors, or on broad, navigable streams. Every great railroad is a Mississippi. The savage has been subdued; every fertile acre of the continent has been made accessible; the frontier, moving farther and farther westward, has at last melted into the Pacific, and lives only in tradition, and old-fogy ism has, amid the glare of new surroundings, been compelled to sit and blink in dark corners and inanely bemoan the good old times.

The railroad that young Dewees regarded with such natural and amazing interest, and upon which he rode at the first opportunity, was very far from being such a piece of perfect engineering as one of our modern trunk-line railways. The ties were placed five or six feet apart and on these were laid two stringers, and on the stringers nailed strips of iron, somewhat broader and thicker than the tire-iron used on wagon wheels. The engine and coaches were equally primordial and suggestive of the possibility of accidents, in a day, too, when the convenience of insuring, at short notice, against mishaps was a long way off in the impalpable future. The rails (or iron strips) often loosened, by spikes coming out, and the swelling of ties, had a penchant for assuming perpendicular or semi-perpendicular positions, and ripping holes in the bottoms of the coaches. These ragged pieces of iron were called snake-heads. The Chicago & Galena Railway was by no means the first road built in the United States, but it was among the first constructed in the West, and its appearance at Elgin was an event that made the day one of the dies notandi in Mr. Dewees' life.

In 1847 Mr. John Oatman and his two sons went down the Mississippi to New Orleans, from New Orleans (by sea) to Galveston, proceeded to Houston, procured horses and traveled as far west as San Antonio. On the homeward trip (made during the same year) they passed northward, through east Texas, and, taking passage, in Louisiana, on a Red River steamboat, made their way back to Dundee. They were charmed with what they had beheld of Texas, and united in urging Mr. Thomas Dewees to remove to the Lone Star State. Both Mr. Oatman and Mr. Dewees were afflicted with bronchial ailments, and it was their desire to establish homes at some healthful locality in the South. Accordingly, the two families (consisting of John and Nancy Oatman and their children, and Thomas and America Dewees and their children—John O., Eliza, Ellen, W. P., Mary Amnia, Thomas, Ira, Adelbert, Isaac and Medina Dewees) left for Texas, in 1849, and, after an interesting journey (partly by land and partly by water), reached their destination and settled on Cedar Creek, twelve miles below the town of Bastrop, and engaged in farming and stockraising.

They followed the course of the Fox River in wagons to Peru. Illinois, the head of navigation on the Illinois River; there embarked on a steamboat and proceeded down the Iliinois and Mississippi Rivers to St. Louis; went by steamboat from that point to Natchez, Mississippi; at Natchez went ashore, and traveled overland the remainder of the way. They crossed the Red River at Nachitoches, the Sabine at a ferry near San Augustine, and the Brazos at Washington. The party struck the Colorado at La Grange, and wended their way up that river to Bastrop, where they crossed the stream and proceeded to the place of settlement on Cedar Creek. Mr. Thomas Lewees was in bad health and unable to perform physical labor. His eldest son, John O. Dewees, therefore, looked after the cattle and farm work, performing the larger part of it himself. When he came to Texas he had $160, and with this amount purchased cattle at $4 and $5 a head. He worked for his father on shares during the ensuing four years and cleared about $3,000.

In 1854, he went to Seguin, Guadalupe County, engaged in business speculations and, during the year, lost the hard earned $3,000 and found himself about $1,200 in debt. Nothing discouraged, he turned about, with undiminished zeal, to make another start, and in the spring of 1857, went to Live Oak County, purchased a few head of cattle on time, and worked on shares, his share being the fourth calf—payment that would now be considered grossly inadequate.

At the beginning of the war between the States he owned about 1,600 head of cattle. In 1862 he joined Company B, commanded by Captain E. B. Millett, Thirty-second Texas cavalry, commanded by Colonel Woods, and served in Texas and Louisiana, making a brave and efficient soldier. His command did not reach Lousiana until after the battles of Mansfield and Pleasant Hill, but participated in the fight at Blair's Landing and the twenty-five or thirty severe skirmishes, including the battle of Yellow Bayou, that marked the retreat of Banks' vanquished army. At the close of hostilities, his company was mustered out of service about twelve miles above Richmond, on the Brazos River.

The winter of 1864-5 was peculiarly severe and thousands of cattle died in west Texas. He gathered up what stock he had left, and purchased a number of herds, and soon laid the foundation for his subsequent fortune. Before entering the Confederate army he so disposed of his interest in cattle and lands that, when he returned home, he was able to realize there from a small amount of money. The price of cattle, immediately succeeding that winter, was lower than ever before, or since known, and he bought large numbers of cattle. In 1873, he sold his cattle, on the range, fo. $23,000, and moved to San Antonio, and has since made that city his home. At that time the market was not on a boom. Had he sold two or three years later, he would have realized at least $100,000 for his herds. At San Antonio he formed a copartnership with J. F. Ellison, of San Marcos. The firm, during the ensuing five years, speculated in cattle and bought and drove herds to Kansas, Wyoming and other markets in the Northwest, realizing large financial returns therefrom. Messrs. Dewees & Ellison severed their connection and the former formed a copartnership with his brother, Thomas Dewees, of San Antonio. They purchased and sold land and traded in cattle until they owned a ranch of 60,000 acres (under fence and well stocked) in Wilson, Atascosa, and Karnes Counties, and then James T. Thornton, at the time a banker in San Antonio, and now a resident of Kansas City, was taken into the firm. The new firm continued in business a number of years and, at the time of its dissolution, by the retirement of Mr. Thornton, owned 95,000 acres, also well stocked. The two brothers continued the business for about a year, and then dissolved partnership on account of the failing health of John O. Dewees. It was supposed that he could live only a few months, and they thought it best to have their affairs settled while both were living. The assets of the firm, at a fair valuation, were not less than $350,000. John O. Dewees has since been engaged in business on his own account. His ranch lies in Wilson and Atascosa Counties, and consists of 24,000 acres of land, stocked with 3,000 cattle, 2,600 of that number, steers. He owns lands in various parts of the State, a fine farm in Wilson County, and valuable property in and near the city of San Antonio, and is worth from $140,000 to $200,000.

In early life, when struggling toward independence, he shirked no labor, however arduous; often splitting rails and shingles, felling trees, and working waist-deep in water. Difficulties, even misfortune, served to increase, rather than diminish, his courage and resolution to succeed—to be one of those who conquer in life's struggle. The demands upon his constitution in those years was the cause of the apparent decline that led him to wind up his affairs at one time, in anticipation that the end of his earthly career was near at hand. His health since has been fully restored, and he is now a man of magnificent physique, and, although his hair and beard are silvered by the pencil of time, his carriage is firm and elastic. He is a man of strikingly dignified and courtly appearance, and would be marked in any assembly.

On the 12thof February, 1873, Mr. Dewees was united in marriage to Miss Annie Irvin, at the home of her mother, in Guadalupe County. They have one child, a daughter, Miss Alice A. Dewees, eighteen years of age, and now a student at Saint Mary's Seminary, at Knoxville, Illinois. Mrs. Dewees' parents were Jordan and-Sallie Irvin. Her father was a prominent farmer and stockraiser, and died many years ago. Her mother is still living in San Antonio. Mrs. Dewees received an excellent education, is one of the most talented ladies in the State, and presides over her palatial home with that rare and elegant grace that distinguishes cultured society.

Mr. Dewees is a Democrat, and has never voted any other than the Democratic ticket, but takes little interest in politics. He is a man of broad and liberal mind, and has aided in the promotion of many public enterprises. While not a member of any church, he is a man of warm and generous impulses, as is abundantly attested by his almost daily acts of charity. He is a fit representative of that sturdy race that made their homes in this State when Texas was a wilderness, and have, by the exercise of manly virtues, achieved success, using the word in its highest and truest sense—a goal that all men seek to attain, and that fitly rounds an honorable career.

SOURCE: 

Personnel of the Texas State Government: With Sketches of Representative Men of Texas

 

Lewis E. Daniell 

January 1, 1892

Maverick Print. House

Garrett Hendricks Dewees, b 1640 Netherlands, m 1662 Sijtske Lieuwes , arrived (NYC) 1664 , d c 1700 PA 
 Cornelius Dewees, b c 1682 New York City, m c 1706 Margaret Kuster, d c 1735 PA
  Garrett Dewees, b c 1707 Germantown, PA, m c 1730 Mary, d c 1769, PA
   William Dewees, b c 1733 Philadelphia, PA, m c 1759 Hannah Gearheart  PA, d c 1807 VA
     David Dewees, b 1766 PA, m 1787 Jane Harry,  Botetourt  County VA, d c 1834 Putnam County, IN
      Thomas Dewees, b 1798 Knox County, KY, m America Oatman 1825 Putnam County, IN, d 1864 Lavaca Co, TX
        Ira Adelbert Dewees, b 1847 Dundee, IL, m Georgia Kerr 1871 San Antonio, TX, d 1932 West Palm Bch, Fl
          Robert Adelbert Dewees, b 1874 San Antonio, TX, m Margaret Long 1897 Keswick, VA, d 1958 W Palm Bch, Fl
            Adelbert Long Dewees, b 1897 Chicago, IL, m Eunice Cone 1922 Titusville, Fl, d 1988 Titusville, Fl
              Adelbert Cone Dewees, b Eau Gallie, Fl, m Mary Redding Fl, gatorgma@cox.net 189672 

Eva Mae Kinsey Sapp-Malseed

Birth: May 9, 1909
Alachua County
Florida, USA

Death: Oct. 15, 1997
Oak Hill
Volusia County
Florida, USA


Eva Mae Kinsey was the daughter of Charles Felius 'Charley' Kinsey and Emily Bass Kinsey Cox. She was born in Bell, which was Alachua County in 1909. Bell became part of Gilchrist County late 1925. Charles & Emily had 6 children together: Cleave Everett, Eva Mae, Lottie Ellen, Charlie Gordon, Woodrow Wilson and Leon Kinsey. Her mother remarried after the death of Charles and had another child, Idell Ruby Cox.

Eva's first marriage was to Charles Hartford Sapp, October 1926, in Trenton, Gilchrist County, Florida. Their children: Doris Eva, Lamar Hartford & Daniel Leonard Sapp, Sr. Eva & Hartford divorced in September 1959, in Brevard County, Florida. 

After the death of her father in 1919 and then her mother in 1928, she and her husband Hartford took it upon themselves to raise all her brothers and sisters as well as raising her own family. 

Eva married Clarence Erwin Malseed, June 1960, in Volusia County, Florida. There were no children of this marriage.

Before her death, she resided in Gainesville, Florida, but moved to Volusia County to be with her daughter due to her illness. 

Eva had beautiful red hair and was about 5 feet tall, with plenty of freckles. She had such a sweet disposition, which was about the same for all her siblings. I remember staying with her in the summer of 1968 and remember numerous visits to her home. She could make the best Lemon-Iced Tea in the world and wish I knew how she did it. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Charles Felius Kinsey (1880 - 1919)
  Emily Bass Kinsey-Cox (1890 - 1928)
 
 Spouses:
  Charles Hartford Sapp (1906 - 1978)
  Clarence Erwin Malseed (1912 - 1986)
 
 Children:
  Doris Eva Sapp Dewees (1928 - ____)*
  Lamar Hartford Sapp (1928 - 1992)*
  Daniel Leonard Sapp (1934 - 2005)*
 
 Siblings:
  Cleave Everett Kinsey (1907 - 1974)*
  Eva Mae Kinsey Sapp-Malseed (1909 - 1997)
  Lottie Ellen Kinsey Bass (1911 - 1990)*
  Charles Gordon Kinsey (1913 - 1973)*
  Woodrow Wilson Kinsey (1915 - 1978)*
  Leon Kinsey (1917 - 1972)*
 
*Calculated relationship

 

Burial:
Forest Meadows Memorial Park and Mausoleum Central 
Gainesville
Alachua County
Florida, USA
Plot: 4-468-1

 
Created by: Joye Kinsey Woodall
Record added: Dec 29, 2013 
Find A Grave Memorial# 122373953

Charles Hartford "Hartford" Sapp

Birth: Sep. 24, 1906
Alachua County
Florida, USA

Death: Aug. 7, 1978
Daytona Beach
Volusia County
Florida, USA


Charles Hartford Sapp was the son of Lawrence Edwin Sapp and Lovie Ann Caraway. He was born in Trenton, Florida, which was Alachua County in 1906. Hartford's sister was Julia Minerva Sapp, who married Everett Bass (after his marriage to his first wife was Dissolved). Everett Bass was the Maternal grandfather of Hartford's wife, Eva Mae Kinsey. 

Hartford and Eva were married in Trenton, Florida in October 1926. The had three children: Doris Eva, Lamar Hartford, and Daniel Leonard Sapp, Sr. 

Hartford and Eva raised all her siblings after the death of her father in 1919 and her mother in 1928. They divorced in Brevard County, Florida in September 1959.

 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Lawrence Edwin Sapp (1870 - 1936)
  Lovie Ann Carraway Sapp (1880 - 1961)
 
 Spouse:
  Eva Mae Kinsey Sapp-Malseed (1909 - 1997)*
 
 Children:
  Doris Eva Sapp Dewees (1928 - ____)*
  Lamar Hartford Sapp (1928 - 1992)*
  Daniel Leonard Sapp (1934 - 2005)*
 
 Siblings:
  Julia Minerva Sapp Bass (1899 - 1996)*
  Charles Hartford Sapp (1906 - 1978)
  Lawrence E. Sapp (1909 - 1975)*
 
*Calculated relationship

 

Burial:
Forest Meadows Memorial Park and Mausoleum Central 
Gainesville
Alachua County
Florida, USA
Plot: 4-468-3

 
Created by: Joye Kinsey Woodall
Record added: Jan 13, 2015 
Find A Grave Memor
ial# 141298299

KNOWN SAPP ANCESTORS
MITCHELL E. SAPP
712 NW 95th Terrace
Gainesville, Fl. 32607
(352) 332-2065



Shadrick Sapp, Revolutionary Soldier (NSSAR # 144868)b. ca: 1758, d. ca:1839 in Tattnall Co. Ga., is the earliest proven ancestor of the Sapps who settled in Columbia and Alacuha Co.,Fl in the early 1830's.
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The names Shadrick, Shadrack, Shadrach Sapp appear as a result of military records created during the Revolutionary War in South Carolina and Georgia.There are records in the South Carolina Archives showing that Shadrack Sapp served under Capt. John Hampton from 13 Feb. 1779 to 6 March 1779.On 19 Nov. 1782 Shedrick Sapp along with other men from Burke Co. Ga. were recorded as having engaged the British at Briar Creek Bridge in Burke Co. Ga.In the book Revolutionary War Graves Register, by Clovis H. Brakebill, Pres. Gen. NSSAR, Shadrick Sapp is listed as being born about 1758 and died 1839 in Tattnall Co. Ga.I'm still searching for documentation of these dates and any additional information on Shadrick Sapp, RS.Not knowing the birth place for lack of evidence, I only hope to tie this Shadrick with the Meshack and Abednigo Sapp found in New Jersey and Pennsylvania in 1793.



Shadrick Sapp, Jr., was born about 1793,1 most likely in Burke Co. Ga. near Waynesboro, Ga., the son of Shadrick Sapp, Rev. Soldier.The first official record of him is found on an 1816 land record in Tattnall Co. Ga.2 as a chain carrier for his father, Shadrick Sapp, Sr, Rev. Sol.His mothers name is not known.He lived and farmed in Tattnall Co. Ga. until 1832 when he moved his family to Columbia Co. Fl., following the sale of his Tattnall Co. Ga. property to a John Sapp, (relationship unknown).3       In Columbia Co. Florida he settled on a plat of land6 about 5 miles north of Alligator, now Lake City.Family tradition relates that he had a grist-mill operation on the Falling Creek site.A more likely and practical site for a grist mill is found no where else in the state.This site was just south of the major falls in what is commonly known as Falling Creek.The falls are located just north east of the intersection of 441 and I-10 on county road 131on Shadrick Sapp, Jr's former property.Shadrick Sapp, Jr. returned to Tattnall Co. in 18397 and sold the land on Cedar Creek, he helped survey in 1816 with his father, to Joseph Tillman.This deed was recorded in 1915 in Tattnall Co. Ga. By the heirs of Joseph Tillman.The deed mentions, "Shadrick Sapp of the Territory of Florida".

Shadrick Sapp, Jr. lived on the Columbia Co. farm until 1855 when a deed was written8 and the lands sold to Abram Rivers.On one 1838 Columbia Co. voters roll this farm was called, Sapp's Precinct, as it was later when it was used a precinct for Florida Statehood voters.9It is interesting to note that the 1855 Rivers deed was not recorded in the Columbia County deed book until 1919.Had it been recorded in the 1850's this record would have been destroyed by a fire in the Columbia Co. Courthouse in the 1870's.Fate had again preserved a critical record of Shadricks life.

His other farm was about 8 miles south of Lake City and north of Ellaville. on US 441 and Lutheran Church Rd.10It was here that Capt. P.B.H. Dudley and the Confederate Troops from Alachua Co. stopped as they left the county for the war.11Shadrick Jr. was a member of Salem Baptist Church in Columbia Co. Fl. and also associated with the meetings at Providence Baptist Church in Providence, Columbia Co. Fl. to which John Sapp (relationship unknown) was a member.12

Shadrick Sapp, Jr. first paid taxes in Alachua Co. Fl in 1856.13It was about this time that he moved again.This time to the area south and east of Newberry, Florida and about 4 miles north of Archer, but east of what was known as Half Moon.14He and his grown sons worked the farms.
It is to be noted that 5 of the six sons were Confederate Soldiers during the Civil War and survived the war.Henry H. was shot in the leg at Resaca, Ga. late in the war.Russell was captured at Missionary Ridge, imprisoned, but was exchanged.Elias had a horse killed while riding into battle.Shadricks sons returned from the war to a devastated South, became farmers like their father and rebuilt their lives.

Sometime during the Civil War,Shadrick Sapp moved one last time. He settled on a small farm in Hillsbourgh Co. near the village of Turkey Creek in east Hillsbourgh Co.15By 1870 Nancy Anna had died and no record has been found of her passing.Shadrick lived with the two spinster daughters, Elizabeth and Zilpha, the youngest son Rowan, and twin McKinney nephews.

Shadricks name was dropped from the Tax rolls of Hillsbourgh Co. Fl in 1873.His application for a pension for service in the War of 1812 was rejected 16, May 1872 due to "Abandoned, Letter to Attorney". 16

At the age of thirty one, Shadrick Sapp, Jr. had married Nancy Anna Parker (thought to be the daughter of Elisha Parker) in Tattnall Co. Ga., 26 Feb, 1823.4They had 11 known children5:Elisha, born Nov. 22, 1823; Elizabeth born Aug. 11, 1826; Zilpha, born Nov. 18, 1828; Nancy Abigail, born Apr. 25, 1832.These first four children were born in Tattnall Co. GA.
The following children were born in Columbia Co. Fl.:
Shadrick 3rd, born Jan. 18, 1835; Russell, born Feb. 5, 1838; Henry H. born May 11, 1840;Elias born Dec. 15, 1842;Rowan, born Jun 17, 1846; Martha Ann Francis, born May 6, 1847 and Sidney Katharine, born Dec. 13, 1851.

According to family tradition the eldest son Elisha, was murdered prior to the Civil War by a business partner.No record is known to exist of a marriage of Elisha Sapp.

The oldest daughter Elizabeth, never married and stayed with her father until 1870 in Hillsbourgh Co. Fl.Zilpha remained single until after the death of Shadrick Jr.Some records indicate she may have married a Sanchez in Hillsbourgh or Hernando Co. Fl.Nothing else is known of the prior named daughters.

Nancy Abigail married Richard Wynn in Alachua Co. Fl.17They had four children: Sally, Abigail, Set and Edgar Richard.Richard and Nancy lived Turkey Creek in Hillsbourgh Co. near the older Shadrick Sapp.Abigail married Frank Woods and moved to Ga.Edgar Richard their only son, married Evy Fussell.

Shadrick III and Henry H. his brother married sisters, Elizabeth Jane and Mary Jane Holder, daughters of Daniel P. Holder.
Daniel P. Holder died at Chattanooga Tn. during the Civil War.18
 
                                    Daniel P. Holder was born in NC. 1800-1812?, and lived in Dooly
                                    Co. Ga. for some time in the 1830's-50's. Then moved his family to Alachua
                                    Co./Levy Co., Florida Ca: 1850+. His daughter Elizabeth Jane Holder,
                                    Married  Shadrick Sapp in Alachua Co. Fl. in 1866. His other
                                    Daughter Mary Jane Sapp m. Henry Harrison Sapp, his brother.
 
                                    Daniel P. Holder died in the CSA army of disease in Chattanoga Tn. He is
                                    most likely buried in the Confederate Cemetery there. Grave unmarkd.
 
                                    It is common knowledge from  Henry Mitchell Sapp, Elizabeth
                                    and Shadricks son, that Daniels middle name was "Pollie". It is
                                    written POLLY on other documents. A grandson of Daniel Pollie Holder who
                                    recently died was named Pollie Holder.
 
                                   At the time Daniel Holder lived in Ga. he was married to Winifred (unknown
                                   maiden name) Holder. In addition to the two daughters he had sons named
                                   William Daniel Holder and Daniel William Holder. They were twins. William
                                   was nicknamed "Dan" and Dan was nicknamed "Bill". 



Shadrick III and Elizabeth had eight children: Elisha, Henry Mitchell,
Lawrence, Alice Sapp Carraway, Issac Daniel, Laura Sapp Griffin, George and Jane.  Shadrick Sapp III lived in Alachua Co. for the rest of his life. Shadrick III and Elizabeth are buried in Jennings Lake Cem. in Gilchrist Co. Fl.This is the line from which my father James H. Sapp is from.He is the son of Henry Mitchell and Mary Linnie Griffin, daughter of Thomas M. Griffin.

Henry Mitchell Sapp was born 12 Feb, 1868 in Alachua Co. near Newberry, Florida.Henry Mitchell married Mary Linnie Griffin 5 Dec. 1895 in Alachua, Co.There were three children: Thomas Leslie Sapp, b. 5 May 1897, Alachua Co. Fl.; James Henry Sapp, b. 2 Oct, 1907, at Wilcox, now Gilchrist Co. Fl. and Florice Sapp, b. 11 Oct. 1909.Henry Mitchell Sapp was a farmer as a young man who after the death of Mary Linnie Sapp in 1917 worked as a blacksmith and mining equipment mechanic.He also helped build some of the railroads in north Florida and south Georgia.Served as a Special Deputy in the Alachua Co. area as needed.At one time he operated an early movie theater in Williston, Fl.

Russell Sapp married Caroline McKinney.Russell and Caroline had five children: Nancy Sapp Morey, Benjamin, Laura Sapp Rucker, Ida Sapp Yates and Fannie Sapp Yates.Russell is buried in Trilacoochee, Fl.

Elias Sapp married Louisiana Geiger and lived east of Newberry in Alachua Co.They had three children: Samuel Sapp, Annie Sapp Brown and Mammie Sapp Long.Elias and Louisiana are buried in Jonesville Baptist Cemetery, Newberry, Fl.

Rowan Sapp married Harriet Brown and had one daughter, Ella.Ella died with no issue.Rowan lived in Pasco and Sumter Co. Fl., and died near Lakeland, Fl.

Martha Ann Francis may have died young or married early.She could have married a Newberry as I have one statement from a Martha AnnNewberry who stated that she knew Shadrick Sapp III all her life.

Sidney Katherine Sapp married Jim McKinney and had one son, Jim.She lived near Wester and Trilicoochee in Pasco and Hernando co. Fl.

Although there is no known birth or death dates for Shadrick Sapp, when all the census records are examined, it was shown clearly that his birth year was always 1793 with the later ones stating he was born in Georgia.He is most likely buried in an unmarked grave in the Turkey Creek Cemetery as that is near his farm and some of his grandchildren are buried there.It is also a Baptist church site.

1.        1850-70 US Census, Columbia, Alachua and Hillsbourgh Fl.       
2.       Tattnall Co. Ga. land records.
3.       Tattnall Co. Ga. Land Records
4.       Tattnall Co. Ga. Marriage Records.
5.       Personal records of Sapp family.
6.       Columbia Co. Fl. Land Records.
7.       Tattnall Co. GA. Land Records.
8.       Columbia Co. Fl. Land Records.
9.       Florida State Voter returns for Columbia Co. Fl.
10.       Columbia Co. Fl. Land Records
11.       Dudley records in Fl. State Archives.
12.       Salem P.B. Church (Columbia Co. Fl.) Records
13.       Alachua Co. Fl Tax records.
14.       Alachua Co. Fl. land records/1860 US Census
15.       1870 Hillsbourgh Co. Fl. US Census. & Tax Records
16.       War of 1812 pension files.
17.       Alachua Co. Marriage Records.
18.       Confederate Pension and Military Records Nat. Arch.       
 
 
 
 
 

U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865

Name:Shadrack Sapp

Residence:Camp Lee, Florida

Age at Enlistment:24

Enlistment Date:20 Mar 1862

Rank at enlistment:Private

Enlistment Place:Camp Lee, Florida

State Served:Florida

Survived the War?:Yes

Service Record:Enlisted in Company C, Florida 7th Infantry Regiment on 20 Mar 1862.Mustered out on 17 Dec 1863 at Florida.

Birth Date:18 Jan 1838

Death Date:10 Apr 1915

Death Place:Alachua County, Florida

Sources:Soldiers of Florida in the ...Civil War...Biographical Rosters of Florida's Soldiers 1861-1865

Shadrach Sapp Birth 1758 Death 1839 Burial Area Cem, Tattnall Co, GA
Notes for Shadrach Sapp:
SERV: Soldier STATE: SC SOURCE: #21782 RWGR-IZ.GED 18 Dec 1997
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SappElijah...Burke

SappHenry.174610/29/1829Twiggs

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Clarence Erwin Malseed

Birth: Jun. 1, 1912
Pennsylvania, USA

Death: Jun. 24, 1986
Gainesville
Alachua County
Florida, USA


Clarence Erwin Malseed married Eva Mae Kinsey (Sapp) in June 1960, Volusia County, Florida. They had no children. He was previously married, but at present, no information is known about that marriage or if there were children. He was born in Pennsylvania.

They resided in Melbourne, Brevard County, Florida and later moved to Gainesville, Florida.

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Request by #48494116 (Crypt Tonight) to add the following:

Clarence's first wife was Louise Ann Malseed. They divorced in Jun 1958 (Cert # 6925) in Brevard Co, FLorida. Louise died a year later.

FLORIDA, DIVORCE INDEX:
Name: Louise Ann Malseed
Gender: Female
Spouse's Name: Clarence E Malseed
Divorce Date: Jun 1958
County: Brevard
Certificate Number: 6925
 
 
Family links: 
 Spouses:
  Louise Ann Piccirelli Malseed (1914 - 1959)
  Eva Mae Kinsey Sapp-Malseed (1909 - 1997)*
 
*Calculated relationship

 

Burial:
Forest Meadows Memorial Park and Mausoleum Central 
Gainesville
Alachua County
Florida, USA
Plot: 4-468-2

 
Created by: Joye Kinsey Woodall
Record added: Dec 29, 2013 
Find A Grave Memorial# 122374534