Old Queries, Part 6

HITE/HIGHT/STRADER/SNEAD/PERDUE
My g-grandfather Joseph Edie HITE/HIGHT, born 22 July 1847, died 22 May 1907 married g-grandmother, Victoria Virginia STRADER, born 1850, died January, 1919. They were married 16 July 1867 in Giles County, Virginia.
My Grandmother was Hattie McComas HITE, born 4 April 1887, died 2 April 1961 she was born in Giles County and lived and was buried in Radford, Virginia. She married James Walter SNEAD on 25 March 1903.
My g-grandfather Andrew Jackson Snead born ?, died 4 July 1907 in Giles Co. married Adrelia PERDUE on 25 December 1874 in Giles Co., Va.
My g-g-grandfather was Thomas Perdue born in Giles Co. and g-g-grandmother was Rhonda Perdue, I do not know her maiden name.
I have nothing on the Strader family at all but I believe they were also from around Giles Co., White Thorn, Va.
June Snead Calhoun
Aubree@swbell.net

CONLEY/FARLEY
I am searching for the parents of Garland CONLEY, born around 1776 in what was then was Montgomery Co., Va, today is Giles Co. Garland married Elizabeth FARLEY around 1800. Elizabeth Farley was the daughter of Capt. Henry Farley who had a plantation along Walker Creek in what is today Giles Co. Garland & Elizabeth moved to Logan County in 1805. He died in that county in 1859.
Thanks, Sue
conley1@concentric.net

UNDERHILL
Robert H. UNDERHILL, born 1802 Va., possibly of the Giles County Underhill family.
Any info on early Underhill families of Virginia much appreciated.
Barbara Petty
OutdrsGirl@AOL.com

LOWERY/LOWRY
Interested in any information re. John LOWERY listed in the 1810 Giles County Census. Would appreciate any information about his family, how long he lived in Giles, etc.
Ruth Filip
RF1227@aol.com

MILLS/CHRISTIE
I am seeking information on David B. MILLS, born Giles County, around 1825. He was the son of Joseph W. and Susan Mills. He married Martha Francis McPherson CHRISTIE (known as Fannie), who was born and died in Craig County.
David was a widower when he married Fannie, and his first wife’s maiden name may have been HUTCHISON.
All help is appreciated, thanks!
Karen Miles Mitchum
darkwolf@usit.net

DAVIS/MARTIN
I am researching William DAVIS who married Sarah Ellen MARTIN born 1 August 1852, died 20 August 1930 daughter of Richard & Martha MARTIN.
LaVerne Thone
lavernec@mindspring.com

MARTIN/TOMLINSON
I am researching the family of Charles MARTIN (born ca. 1788) and his wife, Joyce (Jacey/Joice) TOMLINSON (born ca. 1792) of Giles County. Charles and Jacey married in 1815 in Amherst Co., Va. Jacey was the daughter of Ambrose Tomlinson.
If anyone has information on Charles and Joyce, or on their son, Powatan Martin, I would be most appreciative.
Mary Lucado
royalgal@vt.edu

WOOD(S)/ALIFF/AYLIFF/AILIFFE
I am researching the family and parents of James L. WOOD(S) and his wife Minerva Ann AYLIFF. According to their marriage license in Floyd Co., Va. James was born in Rockbridge Co., Va. to Jesse and Nancy Wood and Minerva was born in Franklin Co., Va. to Thomas and Nancy ALIFF. James and Minerva married in 1858. Before 1870 the family moved to Giles Co. Children of James and Minerva include: Nancy Rhoda, Thomas Jesse, Margaret, Sarah, and Minerva (who died young).
James L. Wood was born December 1829 and died between 1900 and 1910. Minerva Ann Ayliff Wood was born May 1835 and died between 1910 and 1920.
Any information would be appreciated
Mary Lucado
royalgal@vt.edu

LUCADO/KIDD?/MATHERLY/MATHERLIN
I am researching the family of William LUCADO and his wife Elizabeth (KIDD?). William was born ca. 1795 in Franklin Co. possibly, and married Elizabeth ca. 1815. The family migrated to Montgomery County where they are found on the 1850 Census, after this the family moved to Giles County. William later left the state and settled in Gallia Co., Ohio where he died in 1880.
In addition to William, I am particularly interested in his son, Joseph A. LUCADO, who married Martha MATHERLIN (MATHERLY) in Franklin Co., Va. in 1845. Their children include: John S., Andrew Jackson, George, William, and Susan E.
Any information would be appreciated
Mary Lucado
royalgal@vt.edu

MULLINS
Looking for relatives of brothers, John and Matthew MULLINS, who migrated to Grundy and Bedford counties, Tennessee in the early 1800’s.
Joe Max Williams
sctdd@edge.net

EMMONS
Preparing an EMMONS notebook for the Giles Co., Va Historical Society. If you have Emmons ancestors, please contact me to see if I have all of the information you have.
J. Tracy Walker III
jtwalker@comet.net

NICEWANDER/NISWANDER
I am looking for descendants of Jacob Nicewander (died 1805). If you have any information on any Nicewanders (or other spellings) who lived in Giles and/or Bland County, please contact me.
Ron Niswander
rhniswander@dow.com

SANDERS
My great grandfather, William Clefton SANDERS was supposedly born near Mountain Lake in Giles County, Virginia on 9 November 1848. He died in Marion, Smyth Co., Va. in 1957
His first marriage was to Maggie HODGE in 1898. That union produced one child, Annie Mae, born 25 December 1884. Maggie Hodge died shortly after giving birth.
Word of mouth passage of family history says that he may have been the offspring of an Indian woman named Sanders (Saunders) and a HOFFMAN (HUFFMAN) man.
In the 1900 Census for the Pembroke section of Giles County, there is a listing for the household of William H. Huffman, 54, single. In his household is a Mary Sanders, 46, listed as a house servant and Annie M. Saunders, 6, granddaughter. She is the right age to have possibly been the Annie Mae born to the first marriage of William C. Sanders.
William C. Sanders’ second marriage was to Josephine Swecker Copeland. Her maiden name was Swecker and she had been married previously to a Mr. Copeland.
Family history also says that William C. Sanders had four siblings, three boys and one girl. One of the boys may have been named Calvin and the girl may have been named Maggie.
Anyone who has information about this family or anyone connected to them, is urged to contact me.
In advance,I thank you for your assistance.
Lewis Sanders Tuggle
tugglel@erols.com

BOGLE
I am searching for any information on John BOGLE born in 1798. He was a Methodist minister who by 1850 was living in Washington County, Indiana with his wife Rebecca.
Mary Beth Edwards
arlie@sprintmail.com

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