Source for: Rosa Jordan, 1884 - 1923 Index
General Source: S363
Page: p. 71
Note: She is buried in Shiloh Cemetery ner Natchez Trace.
Source for: Susan Rittenhouse, 3 Aug 1836 - Index
Birth source: S127
Note: One IGI entry has Susan born 3 Aug 1836; I had her birth year calculated to 1836 from a census record. She was baptised 17 Apr 1992 and endowed 24 Oct 1992, both in the Arizona Temple.
Source for: Smalley, 15 Mar 1843 - 11 Sep 1844 Index
General Source: S383
Page: p. 67
Text: Rushing's Creek Cemetery : Location : About one mile west of Highway 69A North on Reynoldsburg Road. Smalley, (INFANT) (Daughter of J. P. & M. E. Smalley) Mar. 15, 1843 - Sept. 11, 1844.
Source for: Thomas Jaggers, - Index
General Source: S778
Text: Thomas Jaggers, Illinois-Edwards Co. Black Hawk War (1832) Army. Capt. Solomon Hunter's Co. 3rd Reg, 2nd Brigade of Ill. Mounted Volunteers. Birth ca 1808, South Carolina. Death 23 Dec 1847, Lewisport, Hancock, Kentucky. Places veteran lived after service Edwards Co., Il. and Hancock Co., Ky. Widow Harriet Mason Jaggers. Summary sheet: Jaggers, Thomas, Capt. Hunter's Company, 3 Reg't, 2 Brig., Ill. Mtd. Vols. (Black Hawk War) 1 Sergeant/1 Sergeant. Card Numbers 30635708 and 30635462. Card 1: J. 3 Reg't. 2 Brig. Ill. Thomas Jaggers, 1st Sgt. Capt. Hunter's Co., 3 Reg't, 2 Brigade Illinois Mounted Vols. (Black Hawk War.) Appears on Company Muster-out Roll dated Aug. 15, 1832. Enrollment June 19, 1832. Edwards County. Remarks: Ordered to Dixon's Ferry 21st July 1832 since discharged. From Second Auditor's Roll. R. E. Smith, copyist. Card 2: J. 3Reg't. 2 Brig. Ill. Thomas Jaggers, 1 Sergt, Capt. Hunter's Co., 3 Reg't, 2 Brigade Ill. Mtd. Vols. (Black Hawk War.) Appears on a Detachment Muster-out Roll of Spy Batt'n, 2 Reg't & of Capt. Jordan's Co. of detachments, 3 Reg't, 2 Brigade Illinois Mounted Vols. Roll dated Dixons Ferry Ill. Aug 3, 1832, Muster-out to date Aug 3, 1832. Enrollment: Date of June 16, 1832 for period 90 days. Pay due from enrollment. Present. Edwards County. Number of traveling rations drawn Eleven. Remarks: Horse, saddle and bridle lost in service. Added June 10, 1897 from Second Auditor's Roll. B. W. Campbell, copying.
Date: 1832General Source: S283
Page: p. 140
Text: p. 140: Captian Solomon Hunter's Company. Of Third Regiment Second Brigade of Illinois Mounted Volunteers, called into the service of the United States on the requisition of Gen. Atkinson, by the Governor's proclamation, dated May 15, 1832. Mustered out August 15, 1832, by order of Brigadier-Gen. Atkinson. Men from Edwards County included Thomas Jaggers and John Hocking.
This company was organized in Edwards county, Illinois, on the 5th day of May, 1832. Marched according to Governor's order, for Hennepin, June 1, 1832; was mustered into the service of the United States on the 19th of June, 1832. Each man of the company furnished six days' rations for himself and horse. The officers of said company drew one ration per day in kind, and the officers and men drew one half-bushel of corn, as forage, during the whole campaign.
Source for: Hannah Jaggers, - Index
General Source: S741
Page: p. 56
Text: ...She also told me of a will of Hannah Garret in Will Book (sic) (Page 19) at Columbia S.C.; It said her brothers were John Jaggers, Nathan Jaggers, Daniel Jaggers, Jeremiah Jaggers and sister Martha Strange and niece Elizabeth Walker. It was dated Nov 1, 1802.
Source for: Thursey , - Index
General Source: S181
Text: 1860 Slave Schedule includes: Sara Camp, 7. William Shirley, 1. James Shirley, 2. Thursey Camp, 1. A. J. Barns, 1. John Smawley, 2. John Phifer, 12. T. A. Napier, 14. H. W. Davis, Phifer heirs, 1.
p. 206: 1860 Slave Schdule includes James Shirley, 2. See William Shirley for longer list of slave holders.
p. 44: 1860 Census of 3rd Civil District, Benton Co., Tennessee, 22 June 1860: Fam. No. :
310 William Sherly, 22, M, W, Farming, Pers. Est. 1290, born Tenn. (11) Others. Elisabeth Sherly, 20, F, W,
311 James Sherly, 66, M, W, Farming, 2000, 4327, born S.C. Mary Sherly, 56, F, W, Tenn.
James, 16, M, W, Tenn.
312 Thursy Camp, 54, F, W, 1000, 1725, born Ala. J. W. Burns, 25, M, W, Farming, born Tenn. (Should this
313 H. K. Camp, 22, M, W, Farming, Tenn. Other (11) , Elisabeth, 20, F, W, born Tenn.General Source: S1402
Page: Vol. 3, No. 2
Note: There were 593 white, 363 slaves owned by 59 heads of households. No TYners or Barnes listed.
Text: Includes Abstracts from Will Book I, Benton Co., p. 41 has slaveowners and number of bondsmen they held in 1850:
James M. Camp - 6. James Wyly - 22. Thursey Camp - 3. C. K. Wyly - 13.
Date: Apr/Jun 1991