Kathy Lynn Newman

F
FatherHoward Lee Newman b. Nov 30, 1917
Relationship4th cousin of Anita Jean Cooper
     Kathy Lynn Newman married (?) Hicks.

Family

(?) Hicks

Gertrude Harrell

F, (1891 - Oct 8, 1910)
Gertrude (Harrell) Newman, wife of Oliver Lee Newman
     Gertrude Harrell was born in 1891 at Kenedy, Karnes County, Texas. She married Oliver Lee Newman Sr., son of Leander Green Newman and Malinda Wofford, on Dec 10, 1908 at Runnels County, Texas. Gertrude Harrell died on Oct 8, 1910.

Family

Oliver Lee Newman Sr. b. Oct 21, 1884, d. Oct 30, 1944
Child

Margie Mae Neill

F, (Dec 4, 1924 - Oct 7, 2002)
FatherAndrew Lee Neill b. Oct 26, 1903
MotherDora Mae Kennedy b. Feb 18, 1907
Relationship4th cousin of Anita Jean Cooper
     Margie Mae Neill was born on Dec 4, 1924 at Leming, Texas. She married Andrew Aristides Misthos on Feb 4, 1942 at Uvalde County, Texas. Margie Mae Neill died on Oct 7, 2002 at Houston at age 77.

Family

Andrew Aristides Misthos b. 1921, d. Dec 29, 1990

Andrew Aristides Misthos

M, (1921 - Dec 29, 1990)
Written on back of photo: Andrew Misthos, 176 4th Ave, Detroit, Mich. Taken "somewhere in France"
     Andrew Aristides Misthos was born in 1921 at Sullivan, Indiana. He married Margie Mae Neill, daughter of Andrew Lee Neill and Dora Mae Kennedy, on Feb 4, 1942 at Uvalde County, Texas. Andrew Aristides Misthos died on Dec 29, 1990 at Houston, Harris County, Texas.
     His hobbies were a theater director. He served in World War I in France. He was an aircraft dispatcher at Hobby Airport at Houston, Texas.

Family

Margie Mae Neill b. Dec 4, 1924, d. Oct 7, 2002

Stripling Byars

M, (circa 1768 - after Feb 17, 1836)
FatherWiliam Byars b. Apr 6, 1747, d. after Oct 12, 1832
MotherSarah Ann Doggett b. between 1738 and 1743, d. Aug 12, 1823
Relationship3rd great-grandfather of Anita Jean Cooper
     Stripling Byars was born circa 1768 at Rutherford County, North Carolina. He married Elizabeth Blair circa 1794 at Rutherford County, North Carolina. Stripling Byars died after Feb 17, 1836 at Elyton, Jefferson County, Alabama, will probated April 16, 1836. He was buried Union Hill Cemetery located on the north side of Hollywood Blvd. on the west side of Hwy 280. Canterbury Methodist Church was formerly located on the right side of the cemetery. Census taken May 1, 1974 (no Byars or Coopers); per "Cemeteries of Jefferson County, Alabama, Hahn, Vol 1, 1982 at Union Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, Alabama. He was Estate estate distributed as follows: To Elizabeth Byars, the widow, $964.32 3/4 and $321.45 to each of the following: Thomas Goode in right of wife Mary; William Cannon in right of wife Nancy; Cader Cooper in right of wife Sarah; Joseph Byars representatives, William Byars, Abram Byars, William J. Gee in right of wife Agnes Jane Gee, Isham Autrey in right of wife Aliena, Martha Byars, John Byars, John R. Goyne in right of wife Elizabeth on Sep 26, 1840 at Jefferson County, Alabama.
     The 1800 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household in 1800 Rutherford County, North Carolina; Stripling Byas, males: 10010; females: 301001. The 1810 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Aug 1, 1810 Rutherford County, North Carolina; Stripling Byars, head, males: 21010; females: 32101; slave: 1; homespun looms: 1; annual yards of homespun: 200; value: $100. He and Elizabeth Byars left North Carolina around 1812 and moved to Christian County, Kentucky. In 1817, he moved to Jefferson County, Alabama. He received public land in Jefferson County in 1825. Stripling Byars land survey shows Stripling with 100 acres of land on Muddy Creek watercourse below Green River in Christian County, Kentucky. He sold this land on October 25, 1817. Stripling and James Byars were purchasers at an estate sale in Christian County, Kentucky on Nov 29, 1815 on Mar 29, 1812. He was bought 79.8 acres of public land on May 15, 1826 at Jefferson County, Alabama. The 1830 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household in 1830 Jefferson County, Alabama; males: 1(5-10) 2 (10-15) 1 (60-70); females: 1 (5-10) 2 (10-15) 1 (15-20) 1 (30-40) 1 (40-50);slaves: male 1 (under 10) 1 (10-25) 1 (36-55) female 1 (36-55); total 14. He left a will on Feb 17, 1836 at Jefferson County, Alabama, "to my wife Elizabeth for and during her natural life, after her death, I wish all my estate real and personal distributed in the following manner to wit with daughter Martha to have two hundred dollars then she and all my other heirs to have an equal share of the remainder except THOMAS GOODE the husband of my daughter Mary, on whom I hold certain notes which I have paid for him. My will is that said notes shall as far as they goe make a part of his distributive share. Second I do hereby ordain constitute and appoint my beloved wife ELIZABETH my sole excutrix. Witnessed by Wm F. McDuff, John Byars, H. W. Goyne.

Family

Elizabeth Blair b. circa 1770, d. circa 1842
Children

Wiliam Byars

M, (Apr 6, 1747 - after Oct 12, 1832)
FatherJames Henry Byars b. 1713, d. 1792
MotherRachel Matthews
Relationship4th great-grandfather of Anita Jean Cooper
     Wiliam Byars was born on Apr 6, 1747 at York County, Pennsylvania. He married Sarah Ann Doggett, daughter of Bushrod (1) Doggett and Sarah/Nancy Ann Stripling, circa 1765. Wiliam Byars died after Oct 12, 1832 at Williamson County, Tennessee.
     He served in 1779 took oath of Allegiance to make land entry.

Family

Sarah Ann Doggett b. between 1738 and 1743, d. Aug 12, 1823
Children

William (Progenitor) Marshall

M, (1808 - )
Relationship2nd great-grandfather of Anita Jean Cooper
     William (Progenitor) Marshall was born in 1808 at North Carolina. He married Nancy Wortham, daughter of John (Progenitor) Wortham and Elizabeth Jordan, in 1830 at Warren, North Carolina; marriage bond signed by Wm Marshal and John Wortham (no date on document.)
     The 1850 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household in 1850 Chickasaw County, Mississippi; Marshall, William, head, 42/m, real estate valued at $400, Nancy, 44/f, John, 19/m, Joseph F., 16/m, Harriet, 14/f,all born North Carolina, Elizabeth, 12/f, Francis, 8/f, William S., 6/m, all born Alabama.

Family

Nancy Wortham b. 1806
Children

Nancy Wortham

F, (1806 - )
FatherJohn (Progenitor) Wortham b. Mar 26, 1775
MotherElizabeth Jordan b. Jan 8, 1781
Relationship2nd great-grandmother of Anita Jean Cooper
     Nancy Wortham was born in 1806 at North Carolina. She married William (Progenitor) Marshall in 1830 at Warren, North Carolina; marriage bond signed by Wm Marshal and John Wortham (no date on document.)
     Nancy Wortham parents could not be William and Tamar Wortham. William died in 1787 (could be grandparents.)

Family

William (Progenitor) Marshall b. 1808
Children

Seymour Garey

M, (Mar 16, 1792 - 1874)
FatherAmbrose Garey b. May 30, 1768, d. Mar 25, 1846
MotherMary Woodruff b. Nov 21, 1767, d. Dec 15, 1850
Relationship4th great-grandfather of Anita Jean Cooper
     Seymour Garey was born on Mar 16, 1792 at Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut. He married Sarah "Sally " Carney, daughter of William Carney and Prudence Comstock, on Jul 21, 1814 at Braintrim Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Seymour Garey married Anna Kingsbury, daughter of Samuel Kingsbury, circa 1827 at Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Seymour Garey died in 1874 at Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, died while visiting relatives. He was buried grave is marked by a rock with S. G. carved on it at Upper Fassett Cemetery, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania.
     He resided in 1810 at Luzerne County, Pennsylvania; moved at age 18 with his family. The 1830 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household in 1830 Windham Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania; Garey, Seymour, head, males: 2 under 5 (?), 1 5-10 (William, Elijah ?), 1 30-40 (Seymour.) He emigrated in 1834; moved to Texas and farmed, lived there for about 20 years. He purchased his first home on the Brazos river. on Sep 19, 1839 at San Felipe de Austin, Texas. He was entitled to 640 acres as a conditional headright as a man of Family - claiming under a Late act of Congress --- --- --- donation of land to late emigrants on the 4th day of January 1839. Dated December 28, 1839, Republic of Texas, County of Austin.
The State of Texas, Gonzales County, In consideration of the sum of $150 hereby transfer the within certificate to B. W. Garry this 13th day of April, 1856, signed his mark Seymour Gary. No 128 Seymour Gary Land Certificate 640 acres. File 168 Gonzales on Dec 28, 1839 at Gonzales County, Texas. He formed out of Luzerne County in 1842 at Wyoming County, Pennsylvania. He is listed on the 1846 Poll List as Gary, Seamon. Semor Gary listed on property tax rolls for 1849-1854 1846 DeWitt County, Texas. He served between 1846 and 1848 served almost two years. The 1850 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Sep 1, 1850 DeWitt County, Texas; Garey (Gairy), Seymour, head, 60/m, farmer, real estate value 700, born Connecticut. He filed petition as heir of son Elijah Garey's estate to collect $80.75 due him. Witnesses aquainted with Elijah Garey were Jacob A. Miller and R. H. Chisholm on Aug 12, 1854 at DeWitt County, Texas. He was sold 134 acres (less 7 acres heretofore sold) to Benjamin W. Garey on Mar 14, 1856 at DeWitt County, Texas. He was transferred 640 acres Unconditional Certificate No 23 to B. W. Garey; signed by Governor F. R. Lubbock on August 6, 1862 on Apr 13, 1856 at DeWitt County, Texas. The 1870 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household in 1870 DeWitt County, Texas; living with Amos Hill, brother-in-law. (Seymour Garey's daughter, Susan Seymour Garey, married Henry F. W. Hill. Henry's father is Amos Hill.)

Family 1

Sarah "Sally " Carney b. 1800, d. Apr 6, 1825
Children

Family 2

Anna Kingsbury b. 1800, d. 1851
Children

Sarah "Sally " Carney

F, (1800 - Apr 6, 1825)
FatherWilliam Carney
MotherPrudence Comstock
Relationship4th great-grandmother of Anita Jean Cooper
     Sarah "Sally " Carney was born in 1800 at Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut. She married Seymour Garey, son of Ambrose Garey and Mary Woodruff, on Jul 21, 1814 at Braintrim Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Sarah "Sally " Garey died on Apr 6, 1825 at Windham Township, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, and was buried at Upper Fassett Cemetery, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania. Find-A-grave says Upper Hemlock Bottom at Scottsville, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania.

Family

Seymour Garey b. Mar 16, 1792, d. 1874
Children

John Courtney

M, (May 19, 1787 - May 1, 1860)
FatherWilliam (Progenitor) Courtney b. 1756, d. Jun 2, 1817
MotherMary Chamberlain d. Sep 1, 1840
Relationship4th great-grandfather of Anita Jean Cooper
     John Courtney was born on May 19, 1787 at New Jersey; [Geneva & Judy said New Jersey]. He married Roxana Blinn. John Courtney died on May 1, 1860 at Westchester, New York, at age 72 wife Christianna.
     The 1840 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household in 1840 Cortland County, New York; Courtney, John, head, 1 male 10-14 yrs (James), 2 males 15-19 yrs (Byron 22, Nelson18), 1 male 20-29 yrs (Truman24), 1 male 50-59 yrs(William 52); Roxanna 51. The 1850 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Aug 30, 1850 Willet, Cortland County, New York; Courtney, John, head, 63/m, real estate value 1100, born New Jersey. The 1855 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household on Jul 3, 1855 Triangle, Broome County, New York; John Courtnay, 68; Roxina, 66; Byron, 36; James, 25.
Next door: Henry Courtnay, 31; Louann, 21; James H. 2.

Family

Roxana Blinn b. 1788
Children

Roxana Blinn

F, (1788 - )
Relationship4th great-grandmother of Anita Jean Cooper
     Roxana Blinn was born in 1788 at New York; born 1795 per Marjo Siano. She married John Courtney, son of William (Progenitor) Courtney and Mary Chamberlain.

Family

John Courtney b. May 19, 1787, d. May 1, 1860
Children

Hugh Wilson

M, (1758 - circa 1836)
Relationship4th great-grandfather of Anita Jean Cooper
Hugh Wilson gave the land that the Good Hope Baptist Church is on in Washington County, Ohio, just outside of Marietta. The interstate is down the slope from the church. Some land and graves might have been taken in construction of the interstate, Hugh Wilson's being one of them.
     Hugh Wilson was born in 1758 at County Down, Ireland. He married Mary Chambers. Hugh Wilson died circa 1836.
     He emigrated in 1818 from County Down, Ireland, "of the Township of Salem, Washington County, Ohio, in said county maketh the following declaration in order to become a naturalized citizen of the United States viz, that he was born in County Down in Ireland in the year 1758 that he is seventy three years of age that he sailed from Belfast No. Ireland and landed at Quebec in Canada that he came to Black Rock in New York in the United States in the year 1818 and that he has since thus the jurisdiction of the United States that he has for eleven years past he has resided in the County of Washington and that is is bonafied his intention to become a citizen of the United States and to renounce all allegiance to any foreign Prince Potentate State or Sovereignty whatever and particularly to William the 4th King of Great Britain and Ireland." The 1820 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household in 1820 Salem, Washington County, Ohio; Wilson, Hugh, head, males 1 10-16 , 1 16-26 , 1 45 up (Hugh Sr); females 1 10-16 (Elizabeth) 1 16-26, 1 45 up (wife? Mary); 3 foreigners not naturalized and 3 persons involved in agriculture. He received land on Jul 30, 1827 at Washington County, Ohio. He was on the tax rolls between 1828 and 1836 Washington County, Ohio. The 1830 Federal Census enumerated him as head of household in 1830 Salem Township, Washington County, Ohio; Wilson, Hugh, head, one male 70-80; one female 60-70. He was naturalized on May 17, 1831 at Salem, Washington County, Ohio; made his Declaration of Intent. He sold land to his son, John Wilson; witnessed by Enoch Rector and James Bell Jr on Jun 27, 1835. He and Mary Wilson sold land to their son John Wilson; witnessed by Enoch Rector and James Bell Jr. on Jul 27, 1835 at Salem Township, Washington County, Ohio. Hugh Wilson and Mary Wilson sold land to their son Hugh Wilson Jr. & wife; witnessed by James Bell Jr., and John Wilson on Aug 1, 1835 at Salem Township, Washington County, Ohio. Hugh Wilson situated on the ridge west of Duck Creek. Various persons in the community met at the house of Deacon Hugh Wilson to organized this church on Oct 1, 1835 at Good Hope Baptist Church, Salem Township, Washington County, Ohio.

Bushrod (1) Doggett

M, (circa 1715 - 1791)
FatherRichard Doggett b. circa 1672
MotherElizabeth Bushrod
Relationship5th great-grandfather of Anita Jean Cooper
     Bushrod (1) Doggett was born circa 1715 at Lancaster County, Virginia. He married Sarah/Nancy Ann Stripling, daughter of Joel (Progenitor) Stripling and Mary (?), on Oct 6, 1737 at St. Pauls Parrish, Stafford (now King George) County, Virginia. Bushrod (1) Doggett died in 1791 at Culpepper County, Virginia.
     He served all four sons served in the Revolution and two were killed.
William: Abercrombie & Slatten, VA Rev Pub Claims, Vol 1, pp 258, 270, 271. He was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution DAR ancestor # A200234. He resided; on rent rolls in 1751 at Michaelmass, Prince William County, VA;
on rent rolls in 1754 at Prince William County, VA;
on rent rolls in 1770 at Fauquier County, VA;
on rent rolls in 1779 in Culpeper County, VA.