DEBRA’S PAGE

JWi4194718@aol.com

 

JULY 2004

ALABAMA-L@rootsweb.com

Subject:  Sellers in Edgefield

 

 

Does any one work on Sellers that was in Edgfield?My gr gr great grandmother

was Jemime Sellers born 1757? died 1827 Edgefield S.C.She married Gasper

Cooper Gallman.

 

Debra Maddox Wilson

Greenback,Tn

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DEBRA, this is the SELLERS discussion group.

 

WE are Very interested in your Jemime SELLERS 1757.

I kinda see them in 1790/1820 Edgefield Co, SC census. altho I have No other info at the moment.

 

Where did our source of proof to SELLERS come from? Rev War file?

 

Our SELLERS will gladly share documents to our SELLERS here in 1776, etc.

 

Do you have a time line to share on her? = where married or first or any child born?

This is a very important find to our Sellers family.

 

THANK YOU for sharing SELLERS, marie, iowa

Re: Gasper Cooper Gallman in Edgefield

 

 

Debra,

 

I checked a file I have from another researcher with some misc. families in it

and found this info.

 

   Gasper Gallman [1818](m. Fannie McClendon [d/o Ezekiel McClendon], 2/6/1838

Edgefield SC)

This comes from Early Edgefield Marriages by Carlee McClendon.

 

Is this your same Gasper Gallman, or another related one?

 

I found a Jemima Gallman, age 40 born in SC, living with the David (Tisic)

family in 1850, Edgefield Dist, p. 88B, hh#1367 (should be 1371).  Can't be

your Jemime Sellers Gallman if she was born ca 1757, but probably connected

 

No Gasper in 1850 Edgefield.

 

Billie Jones

Lee and Billie Jones [tjones@camden.net]

 

FROM DEBRA

Generation No. 4

4. HANS JACOB4 GALLMAN (HANS3, KLEINHEINI2, JOSEPH1) was born August 23, 1674 in

Mettmentetton,Zurich;Switzerland, and died October 20, 1738 in Saxa Gatha,Orangeburg Co;South Carolina. He

married VERENA STAHELI October 10, 1698 in Mettmentetton,Zurich;Switzerland. She died 1734.

Children of HANS GALLMAN and VERENA STAHELI are:

i. RUDOLPH5 GALLMAN, b. October 28, 1698; d. 1769, South Carolina.

ii. VRONI GALLMAN, b. April 21, 1700.

iii. ANNELI GALLMAN, b. April 22, 1701; m. HANS ULRICH EINIGER.

iv. ANNA GALLMAN, b. August 31, 1704; d. September 1735, Saxegotha,South Carolina; m. HEINRICH

BUCHMAN.

v. HANS HEINRICH GALLMAN, b. March 07, 1704/05, Mettmenstetten,Switzerland; d. 1740, Saxegotha,South

Carolina.

5. vi. HEINRICH HENRY GALLMAN, b. November 24, 1709, Mettmentetton,Zurich;Switzerland; d. February 19,

1767, Saxegotha,Orangeburg Co;South Carolina.

vii. ELIZABETH GALLMAN, b. April 03, 1711; m. JACOB SPUCHE.

viii. ANNA BARBARA GALLMAN, b. January 18, 1712/13; m. (1) JAMES HOPKINS, 1736; m. (2) JOHN

FREYMOUTH, 1738.

ix. HANS JOHN GALLMAN, b. March 01, 1715/16, Mettmenstetten,Switzerland; d. April 22, 1758,

Saxegotha,Orangeburgh Co;South Carolina; m. MARTHA GARTMAN; b. September 20, 1730, Safien

Neukirch;Switzerland.

 

Generation No. 5

5. HEINRICH HENRY5 GALLMAN (HANS JACOB4, HANS3, KLEINHEINI2, JOSEPH1) was born November 24, 1709 in

Mettmentetton,Zurich;Switzerland, and died February 19, 1767 in Saxegotha,Orangeburg Co;South Carolina. He

married ELIZABETH GEIGER March 09, 1739/40, daughter of HERMAN GEIGER and MARGRET THEILER. She was

born in Switzerland, and died November 05, 1802 in Charleston;South Carolina.

Children of HEINRICH GALLMAN and ELIZABETH GEIGER are:

i. ELIZABETH6 GALLMAN, b. 1740, South Carolina; m. (1) CASPER FAUST, 1766; m. (2) JOHN ADAM

HORLBECK, February 25, 1769, Charleston,South Carolina.

ii. HARMON GALLMAN, b. 1745; m. LUCRETIA ?.

6. iii. JOHN CONRAD GALLMAN, b. 1747, Saxegotha,Orangeburg Co;South Carolina; d. March 01, 1829, Henry

Co;Georgia.

7. iv. HAN CASPER GALLMAN, b. 1749, Saxe Gotha,Edgefield Co;South Carolina; d. August 09, 1819, Edgefield

Co;South Carolina.

 

 

7. HAN CASPER6 GALLMAN (HEINRICH HENRY5, HANS JACOB4, HANS3, KLEINHEINI2, JOSEPH1) was born 1749 in

Saxe Gotha,Edgefield Co;South Carolina, and died August 09, 1819 in Edgefield Co;South Carolina. He married

JEMIMA SELLERS 1776, daughter of THOMAS SELLERS. She was born 1757, and died September 07, 1827 in

Edgefield Co;South Carolina.

Notes for HAN CASPER GALLMAN:

Han was a Cooper(barrel maker).

Casper served in Captain Ryan Company of Militia at the battle of Stono.

Children of HAN GALLMAN and JEMIMA SELLERS are:

i. PATTY7 GALLMAN, m. JOHN MOSELY.

ii. SARAH GALLMAN.

iii. SUSAN GALLMAN.

11. iv. ELIZABETH GALLMAN, b. 1776, Edgefeild District .South Carolina; d. 1854, Elba,Coffee Co.,Alabama.

12. v. BENJAMIN GALLMAN, b. October 23, 1780, Edgefield Co;South Carolina; d. October 05, 1855, Edgefield

Co;South Carolina.

13. vi. POLLY GALLMAN, b. October 1785.

vii. HARMON GALLMAN, b. February 12, 1789; d. March 16, 1871; m. MARY POLLY GOMILLION; d.

September 28, 1854.

viii. DANIEL GALLMAN, m. LYNIA BURTON.

Generation No

 

12. BENJAMIN7 GALLMAN (HAN CASPER6, HEINRICH HENRY5, HANS JACOB4, HANS3, KLEINHEINI2, JOSEPH1) was

born October 23, 1780 in Edgefield Co;South Carolina, and died October 05, 1855 in Edgefield Co;South

Carolina. He married SARAH JANE RYAN Bet. 1806 - 1807, daughter of LACON RYAN and MARGARET ?. She

was born August 04, 1780, and died June 26, 1860 in Edgefield Co;South Carolina.

More About BENJAMIN GALLMAN:

Fact 1: Buried at Gallman Plantation in Edgefield Co;South Carolina.

More About SARAH JANE RYAN:

Fact 1: Buried at Gallman Plantation in Edgefield Co;South Carolina.

Children of BENJAMIN GALLMAN and SARAH RYAN are:

i. WILLIAM GOFORTH8 GALLMAN, b. July 10, 1805, Edgefield Co;South Carolina; d. October 19, 1888,

Lisbon,Claiborne Parrish,:Louisanna; m. (1) FRANCIS A JOHNSON, December 03, 1829; m. (2) JANE

HEARD, March 10, 1842.

ii. ELIZABETH S GALLMAN, b. October 25, 1807, Edgefield Co;South Carolina; d. 1892, Alabama; m.

MIDDLETON MOSELY, March 23, 1826.

iii. RACHEL H GALLMAN, b. December 25, 1809, Edgefield Co;South Carolina; d. May 23, 1829; m. JOHN

ELDER FRANCIS RYAN, July 13, 1828.

iv. PRISCILLA F GALLMAN, b. January 16, 1812, Edgefield Co;South Carolina; d. September 22, 1829.

24. v. SUSAN GALLMAN, b. May 12, 1814, Edgefield Co;South Carolina.

25. vi. LUCRETIA BURR GALLMAN, b. November 12, 1816, Edgefield Co;South Carolina; d. December 31, 1896,

Liberty Hill,Edgefield Co;South Carolina.

vii. EDNEY A GALLMAN, b. February 01, 1821, Edgefield Co;South Carolina; d. September 03, 1853,

Hamburg,Aiken;South Carolina; m. MONROE AUGUSTINE RANSON, November 27, 1839; b. 1817.

More About EDNEY A GALLMAN:

Fact 1: Buried at Horn Creek Baptist Church in Edgefield,South Carolina.

viii. AMERICA HERBERT ELDER GALLMAN, b. August 16, 1826, Edgefield Co;South Carolina; d. September 14,

1887, Trenton,Edgefield;South Carolina; m. SIDNEY SMITH BOYCE, October 14, 1840.

More About AMERICA HERBERT ELDER GALLMAN:

Fact 1: Buried at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Edgefield;Sout Carolina.

13. POLLY7 GALLMAN (HAN CASPER6, HEINRICH HENRY5, HANS JACOB4, HANS3, KLEINHEINI2, JOSEPH1) was born

October 1785. She married ROBERT EDMOND SR KENNEY November 07, 1805. He was born March 08, 1782 in

Antrim,North Ireland.

Child of POLLY GALLMAN and ROBERT KENNEY is:

i. ROBERT EDMOND JR8 KENNEY, b. 1817, Edgefield Co;South Carolina; m. MATHA A JOHNSON; b.

Edgefield Co;South

From: Harriet Imrey [mailto:himrey@ntelos.net]

Sent: Monday, July 12, 2004 7:40 PM

To: JWi4194718@aol.com

Subject: Pension application of Howell Sellars

 

 

You may be interested in this Rev War pension application from Howell Sellers, the little-brother of Jemima Sellers Gallman.  There were 3 Sellers males in Edgefield SC in 1776-1800: Thomas, Silas and Howell.  Howell is the easiest one to document.  He was born Mar 1763 in Chatham Co NC, so was age 13 when he enlisted in the SC militia in 1776, served with his brothers-in-law Gasper and Conrad Gallman in Capt. John Ryan's company.  (I have the link for the muster-roll of that company.)  There is no absolute proof that Thomas Sellers was their father.  But he was the only one on the Jury List in Edgefield in 1778-9 (name listed adjacent to that of Herman Gallman), so was the only tax-paying head-of-household.  Sounds like he's the oldest of them!  When he purchased land in the 1780's, the deed was witnessed by Silas and Howell Sellers; other deeds of theirs were witnessed by Gallmans.  In 1790, Thomas Sellers lived adjacent to Gasper and Conrad Gallman on Horn's Creek, so he sort of "sounds" like a father-in-law.  Howell lived a few properties away, also on Horn's Creek.  Howell moved to Robertson Co TN, lived there from 1812 to 1830, then moved to Cass Co IL in 1830, to Sangamon Co IL by 1832.  He was a member of a Primitive Baptist Church in all 3 locations.  David Donaldson was a minister of the Primitive Baptist Church in Coffee Co AL, and Elizabeth Gallman Donaldson was a member there too (as one might expect).


 http://www.carthage.lib.il.us/community/churches/primbap/Members.html

 

DEBRA, Thank You for sharing and caring =

 DEBRA  has sent us the kids of Jemina and Gasper Gallman and will extract

this part and post on her page.

 

WE/I don't seem to have these GALLMAN/SELLERS deeds = showing land

descriptions, etc OR living close to each other = NEED

 

I  do NOT see the Proof of  JEMIMA SELLERS as wife of Gasper GALLMAN! = NEED

 

YES, Howell Sellers 1762 did have a daughter named Gemina = very good.

 

HOWELL SELLERS 1762 is PROVEN as a son of THOMAS SELLERS by land deed.

http://showcase.netins.net/web/sellerfamily/howell.htm

 

PLEASE understand my questions and what we need.

 

I don't believe I have any extractions for GALLMAN, except the census I

extracted After your letter.

Your family chart on SC counties, may help.

The Land Deeds you mention GALLMAN/SELLERS may help. WE/I  only have

SELLERS.

WE have SELLERS that may Not be active members that may help later?

 

Thank you so much for sharing SELLERS.

marie, iowa

FROM debra

ADMINISTRATION OF GASPER GOLMON, EDGEFIELD COUNTY, S. C.

 

The Estate of Harmon Golmon, dec'd, in account with Harmon Golmon, adm. (this should have read “the estate of Gasper Golmon, dec’d, in account with Harmon Golmon, etc). 

1819: Sept. 24: Pd. Ordinary  $  5.00

                   20  Pd. Eli Morgan  18.50

                   22  Pd. Lewis Homes   5.00

1821: Mar. 12:  Pd. Hony Bland    4.00

       "           6: Pd.   I. Cooper  109.62

      Jun.  4:  Pd. Gasper Donaldson   7.50

      Apr. 2:       Wm. Lindsy       16.31

      Mar. 12: Pd. A. B. McWhorter   24.75.

        "           Sampson Butler   35.84

     Jan. 24:  Pd. Susan Gallman    740.00

     Apr. 2 :  Pd. Daniel Gallman    26.00

1820: Nov. 22  Pd. John Key, tax for 1819

         "     Pd. Benjamin Ryan      $ 5.00

1821: June 4:  Pd. Robert Kenney     $35.00

          Nov. 7:      Noah Day           4.00

           "           James Crain?       5.00

    Owing Harmon Golmon, executor   83.00

 

LEGATEES OF GASPER GALLMAN: LEGACIES PAID OUT

Widow:           $4,078.93

Susan, one of distributees received:     $1,053.00

Benjamin,          "                      1,053.62

Robert Kenney        "       '            1,053.00

John Mosely         "                        "

Sarah Golemon        "                        "

David Donaldson                               "

The Administrator, Harmon    "                "

Daniel Golemon             "                  "

20 Dec. 1819

Jemimah Gallman to Harmon Gallman, administrator

Paid Stephen Tillman, Esq., agent for David Donaldson.

Estate of Gasper Gallman

Pd. Sarah Gallman     $200.

Pd. Susan Gallman      115.

Pd. Martha Gallman      22.

Pd. R. Reid             41.14

Pd. David Donaldson    

 

Letters of Aministration issued to Jemima and Harmon Golemon: 24 Sept 1819:  John Simkins, ord.

1. Notice published according to law by Coleman Carlisle, Minister of the Gospel, Sept. 12, 1819

 

Long bill of sale to many people:

The beds to be settled equal with each child except the two Mrs. Gallman bought.

David Donaldson

Danl Gallmon

Harmon Gallmon

Robert Kenny

Sarah Gallmon

Benj. Gallmon

 

ESTATE OF GASPER GALLMAN

1827: Pd. Ed. McDonel        $192.00

                           "                      50.00

          Benj. Gallman               1053. 62

          Robert Kenney    1053.00

          Mr. Mosely and his wife, Martha  1053.62

          Daniel Gallman     1053.62

          Susan Gallman      1053.63

 

 

AMOUNT OF THE PERSONAL ESTATE OF GASPER GALMON, DEC.

(This information abstracted from copies of original papers ordered from Edgefield County Court House, cost of $28.)

This account ----- in the Ordinary office on the oath of Harmon Golman, adm. the 3rd day of April 1820.  Jn. Simkins. O.E.D. (ordinary of Edgefield District)

Amount of personal estate of G. Gallmon: $12,870.183/4

Sale of Personal Estate:  Page one missing, page 2 is carried over from page one with a lot of brandy bought by Benjm Gollmon:

1 lot of brandy to Wm. Doby 5 gals at 1.121/2..........5.621/2

1 lot brandy to Jemima Gollmon 5 do   1.183/4..........5.933/4

1 lot brandy to Jemima Gollmon 5 do   1.311/4..........5.561/4

1 bell to David Donoldson..............................1.

Hackle and mouse trap to Jem" Gallmon..................1.

Harness and sleys to Jemima Gallmon   .................2.

1 bed and firniture to Jemima Gallmon                 52.00

1 bed and firniture to Jemima Gallmon                 37.

1 bed and firniture, bolster & pillows to A Gollmon   41.(name and price struck through)

1 lot of feathers to David Donoldson 811/4             6.

1 desk to Jemima Gallmon                               1. 6 1/4

1 lot wool to Jemima Gallmon                           3.

3 jugs to Jemima Gallmon                               2.683/4

1 jug to Jemima Gallmon                                1.50

1 small wheel to Jemima Gallmon                         .50

1 bed quilt and blanket to Jem" Gallmon                3.56

1 lot of flax 20 lbs to Benjm Gallmon                  2.25

1 lot of flax 32 lbs to Jemima Gallmon                 2.00

1 bed bolster & pillow Jemima Gallmon                 28.00  (name and amt. struck out)

1 bed and firniture to Sarah Gallmon                  32.00 (name and amt. struck out)

1 chest to Jemima Gallmon                              2.00

3 cow hides to Harmon Gallmon                          3.37 1/2

1 cutting knife to Robert Kinney                        .50

Page 2

1 culling knife to William Doby                        1.00

1 grindstone to Harmon Gallmon                         5.00

1 bee gum 1st choice to Jemima Gallmon                 2.00

     "    2nd        "                                 1.00

          3rd            Gasper Donoldson                .68 3/4

          4th           Jemima Gallmon                   .50

    "     5th           Harmon Gallmon                   .50

   "     6th           Jemima Gallmon                    .56 1/4

1 bed pillows to Susan Gallmon                        10.00 (struck out)

1 trunk to Daniel Gallmon                              4.31

1 trunk to Jemima Gallmon                               .50

1 side board Jemima Gallmon                            4.00(spelling as appears in photocopy of original)

 

Personal estate sale of Gasper Gallmon

1 clock Harmon Gallmon .......................... 10.00

1 pr. Stettyards to Benjm Gallmon                  3.50

1 small pr. do to Jemima Gallmon                     62 1/2

1 table to Jemima Gallmon                            50

1 pr. candle sticks to Robert Kenny                  62

candle stick v,c to Jemima Gallmon                   50

1 pine table to Jemima Gallmon                    1 .12 1/2

1 folding table to Danl Gallmon                   9.12 1/2

10 chairs to Jemima Gallmon                      3.50

1 book to Harmon Gallmon                          4.50

1 book to Robert Kenny                            1.62 1/2

1 book Harmon Gallmon                             1.75

 

4 negroes Mason wife and two children, Judith _________to Jemima Gallmon       1269.00

1 boy Peter to Jemima Gallmon                   669.

Pheby and two children to Harmon Gallmon       1250.

Charrity and two children to Robert Kenny       801.

1 boy Isaac to Benjm Gallmon                    800.

1 boy Jack to Benjm. Gallmon                    370.

1 boy Edmond to Jesse Donoldson                 900

1 boy Abraham to Jemima Gallmon                 859.

1 boy Toney to Wiley Glover                     645.

1 negro girl Sopha to Sarah Gallmon             601.

1 girl Candis to Danl Gallmon                   603.

1 girl Ellender to Jemima Gallmon                  524.

1 cow to Jemima Gollmon                              5.00

1 pot Jemima Gallmon                              4.00

      "                                                    1.50

Total Amount................................12870.18 3/4

20 Dec. 1819

Harmon Gallman Adm.

 

THE ESTATE OF GASPER GOLMAN, DEC  IN ACCOUNT

 

Sept 24, 1819 V. Paid the Ordinary............. 5.00

Dec  20       V. Ditto Eli Morgan              18.50

Dec. 22       V. Ditto Lewis Homes              5.00

March 12, 1821 V. Ditto Avery Bland             4.00

March 6       V. Ditto J. Cooper              109.621/2

June 4        V. Ditto Gasper Donaldson          7.50

April 2            "   William Lindsey          16.311/4

March 12           " A. B. McWhorter            24.75

  "   18           " Sampson Butler             35.84

Jany. 24            " Susan Gallman           740.00

April 2              Daniel Gallman           200.00

Nov. 22, 1820    " John Key Tax 1819

June 4, 1821      " Robert Kinney              35.00

Nov. 22, 1820      "  Benjamin Ryan             5.00

Nov. 7, 1821      " Noah Day                    4.00

                 " James Crasci?               5.00

                             Total          1233.11 1/2

            Ditto Owing the Exc. Harman Golman 83.00

To C---- office on Res put out at 2 1/2 %        63.95

 

                                             $1380.06 1/2

Harman Gallman   Exr.

 

Account Currant with Harmon Golman Adm.

1820 & 21  Rec. from Silas Barronton          16.81

            Ditto Wm. Robeson                 17.25

              "   Benj. Tilmon                23.31 1/4

                " David Gill                    15.25

              " John Addison                  16.00

              " James McNealy                 16.37 1/2

             "  Jesse Bettis                  17.50

             "  A. B. Addison                 42.31 1/4

             " John Ryan                    326. 87 1/2

            " Wiley Glover                  649.75

            " Thomas Presley                100.50                              Total          1241.93

    Paid out $1380.061/2

    Recd.     1241.93 3/4

    Due the Exc. 138.12 3/4

The within examined and sworn to the 2nd July 1821 and find vouchers for ever item noted with letter V. near the left hand margin.                                          John Simkins O. E. D.

 

AMT. OF THE ESTATE OF GASPER GALLMON, DEC'D  $11,160.50

Myma Golman acct. with Harmon Golemon

Inventory Gasper Golmon Estate, Recd in the Ordinary Off for record 22nd Nov. 1819, Jn. Simkins.  O. E. D.  Recorded in Book E page 312 & 313:  26th April 1820

True Statement of the appraisment of the Estate of Gasper Gallmon, Decd.

1 sorrel mare                                    $ 90.

1 bay horse                                        65.

1 black horse                                      30.

1 brown  do                                        75.

1  do                                                80.

10 hogs                                            60.

12 hogs                                            50.

45 hogs                                           120.

29 head of cattle                                 290.

1 still                                            24.

26 stacks fodder                                  117.

1000 bushels corn                                 450.

12 bushels peas                                    12.

50 head geese                                      25.

41 head sheep                                      82.

2 stacks oats                                       6.

20 bushels rye                                     15.

30 bushels wheat                                 22.50

25 cwt. of clean cotton                      362. 50

1 bed                                              18. 2 trunks                                            5.

4 tables                                           10. 1 bofat & firniture                                20.

2 looking glasses                                   2.

1 lot of books                                      8.

1 clock                                            15.

11 chairs                                           3.

2 shot guns                                        20.

2 sets razors and hone                              2.

1 lot of candle sticks                              2.

2 pr. stilyards                                     4.

1 bed & stead                                      20.

1 chest                                             3.

1 bell, hakle, coffee mill & E                      5.00

30 gallons brandy                                  30.

2 jugs, 1 trunk                                     3.

3 saddles                                           35.

2 beds & bed steads                                40.

1 lot of bed clothes                               10.

1 lot of jugs                                       2.

1 small wheel                                       1.

 

INVENTORY OF ESTATE OF GASPER GALLMON (continued)

1 small wheel                                      1.00

26 lbs. of wool                                    8.

3 pr. cotton cards                                 1.50

1 desk                                             1.

1 barrel of flax                                   1.50

2 beds and steads                                 35.

1 basket                                            . 75

2 pr. fire dogs, shovel, tongs                     8.

1 loom and furniture                               10.

1 lot of kitchen furniture                         25.

1 lot of dairy firniture                            8.

1 sythe & cradle                                   3.00

1 lot weeding hoes & spade                         3.

1 cross cut saw                                    5.

1 lot grubbing hoes wedges & froes                 4.

1 lot of tools                                     3.

2 club axes                                        2.

1 lot of plows                                    10.

1 cot  (or colt)                                     .50

1 wagon & gier                                     80.

6 bee gums                                        12.

2 cutting knives                                   2.

9 hogsheads                                       10.

1 spinning machine  clock  reel &                 20

3 cowhides                                         3.

3 reap hooks                                       1.50

1 grind stone & wash bowl                          8.75

4 Mason  Fillis  Judith  & Sam                 1300.

3. Pheby, Wilson  & James                       900.

3. Charrity,  Sam  & Chany                      800.

1. Peter                                        600

1. Jack                                         400.

1. Edmond                                       750.

1. Isaac                                        750.

1. Abraham                                      750.

1. Toney                                        550.

1. Sophia                                       500.

1. Candis                                       500.

1. Ellender                                     500.

1. Vicy                                         300.

            Total                            11160.50   Cash on hand  110.       Total:          11270.50

The above amt. certifyd by us this 16 day of Nov. 1819.

Jesse Bettis , Benj. Frazier ?      Appraisors

AMT. OF ALL THE PERSONAL ESTATE OF GASPER GALLMON, DEC'D 20 Dec. 1819

1 sorrel mare                  $64.  to Pachal Tillman  (Rachel?)

1 brown horse                   75.25   Sarah Gallman (crossed out)

1 brown horse                   32.50   Jemima Gallmon

1 brown horse                   65.00   David Donoldson

1 bay horse                     41.     Jemima Gallman

5 hogs  1st choice              51.     Robert Kinney

5 hogs  2nd choice              35.50   Jemima Galmon

8 hogs                          77.25      "

1 spotted sow 18 pigs           15.        "

7 head of hogs                  27.       "

1 lot of wild hogs B. Gollmon   20.       Benj. Gallmon

1 stag to B. Gallmon             2.   1 sow and 5 pigs J. Addison     8.

 John Addison 1 spotted sow and 5 pigs         8.         "

1 dun cow and yearling         18.75    Gasper Donaldson

1 brinded cow and yearling     16.25     Jemima Gallmon

1 cow and bell                 16.50     Jemima Gallmon

1 speckled cow & calf          26.       Dan'l Gallmon

1 brinded cow                  16.        Jemima Gallmon

1 yellow dun cow and yearling  21.50         "

1 pidid cow                    26.           "2 cows and yearling            33.           "

1 nohorned dun cow             13.50       Jemima Gallmon

1 white faced cow & yearling   17.25     Wm. Robertson

1 nohorned cow & yearling      25.50     Jemima Gallmon

1 red cow & yearling           18.50         "

1 white cow                    15.50      Benjm. Tillman

2 large steers                 37.50     Jemima Gallmon

1 white heifer to Jesse Donoldson   6.75

1 nohornd steer to    "            10.25  1 bull                "             7.25

1 still and worm stand to Jesse Bettis    17.50

10 sheep  to Edward Gill                   18.50

10 sheep to Harmon Gallmon                 17.00

11 sheep to Benjm Gallmon                  17.

1 lot corn, 100 bu. to Jemima Gallmon      46.

1 lot  "    100      to H. Gallmon         40.

1 lot       100     to B. Gallmon          45.

1 lot       100     to Jom. Gallmon        41.

1 lot       100     to B. Gallmon          41.

              "    to Jems  Gallmon       42.

                 "                         41.

              "                            43.

20 geese to Crispan Davis                  10.40

1 lot of geese to Jem. Gallmon            15.30

2 stacks fodder to Jam. Gallmon             8.25

2 stacks fodder       "                     8.25

2 stacks to Jem. Gallmon                    7.

2 stacks to    "                            8.

 

                                                 CARRIED OVER

2 stacks  to A. B. Addison                          8.00

2 stacks to H. Gallmon                              7.75

2 stacks to B. Gallmon                              5.25

2 stacks to Winfry Whittock  (Whitlock)             6.

2 stacks to B. Gollmon                              5.

2 stacks to B. Gallmon                              4.25

Top stack to Jemimah Gallmon                        3.00

1 lot of cow peas to Jemimah Gallmon                6.

1 lot of cotton, 8 bls at 17 3/4 Jesse Donaldson  442.

20 bu. wheat to Jem Gollman                        16.25

1 waggon and gier to Thos Purseley                100.

1 lot of plows to Jemima Gallmon                    1.

1 lot of plow hoes to Jemima Gallmon                2.

1 sythe and cradle to Jemima Gallmon                3.

1 colt to Wm. Hagins, Esq.                           . 37 1/2

4 collars to Jemima Gallmon                          1.00

1 lock chain to John Blackburn                       1.50

2 pr. geers to Jemima Gallmon                        2.50

2 pr. of geers to Jemima Gallmon                   3.00

1 lot of hoes to Jamima Gollmon                    1.00

1 loom to Jamima Gallmon                           5.00

2 spinning wheels    "                            25.00

1 hand saw to Benjm. Gallmon                        .81 1/4

1 cross cut saw to Fielding Reynolds               4.12 1/2

1 drawing knife to Jemima Gallmon                   .18 3/4

1 lot of kitchen furniture to James Gallmon         1.50

1 lot of augers to Jemima Gallmon

1 pr. waffle irons to Jemima Gallmon               1.12 1/2

1 frying pan and pot to Jams Gallmon                .50

2 pots and 2 ovens Jemima Gallmon                  5.00

candle molds to Jemima Gallmon                      .18 3/4

3 reap hooks to John Lofton                         .37 1/2

1 mans saddle to Danl Gallmon                     12.

1 stack of rye to Benjm Tillman                    2.

1 stack of oats to William Mays                    2.62

1 stack of oats to Jemima Gollmon                  2.12 1/2

1 spinning machine to Jemima Gollmon              15.00

1 clock reil to Jemima Golmon                      1.

1 lot of wool to Jem. Gallmon                      3.00

5 mobby stands to Jemima Gallmon                   2.50

2 rum hogsheads to Jemima Gallmon                  2.00

2 rum hogsheads to Harmon Gallmon                  1.50

1 hogshead to Jemima Gallman                       1.75

1 shot gun to David Gill                          15.

1 shot gun to Robert Kenney                        2.

1 looking glass to Wm. Doby                        1.50

1 looking glass to Jemima Gallmon                  1.37 1/2

1 Beaufat & furniture to Jemima Gallmon           28.

1 lot of razers, hone, box to B. Ryan              3,00

1 bottle antry wine to Jemima Gallmon               .31 1/4

1 bottle spirits, apple brandy to Jem. Gallmon      .68 3/4

 

Sale of Personal Estate (continued)

1 bottle spirits peach brandy, D. Donoldson         .50

1        "              brandy Jem. Gallmon         .62

1 wash bowl, pitcher to Danl Gallmon               3.00

3 jars to Jemima Gallmon                           1.56

1 side saddle to Jemima Gallmon                    7.00

1 hunting saddle to Jemima Gallmon                15.00

1 side saddle to Sarah Gallmon                     7.00

1 small trunk to Jemima Gallmon                    1.

1 jug mint to Harmon Gallmon                       1.

1 jug honey to Danl Gallmon                        2.

1 jug molasses to Jemima Gallmon                    . 56 1/4

1 shugar cag to Jemima Gallmon                      .50

2 jugs to Benjn. Tillman                           1.31

Chimney firniture to Jemima Gallmon                5.

Fire dogs to Benjn Tillmon                         2.

1 lot of apple brandy to B. Gallmon                9.

 

THE ESTATE OF GASPER GOLMAN, DEC'D IN ACCOUNT CURRENT WITH HARMON

GOLMON

 

May 7, 1821: Paid Sarah Galman             $200.

July 2: 1821: Ordinary                        3.75

Jan 1, 1822:       Susan Gallman            115.

Dec. 30:       Ordinary                       1.50

Jan. 1:        Martha Gallman                 22.00

Mar. 7:        R. Reid                        41.41

                                            383.39

    Due adm. from No 2                     2152.96 1/4

    Due the adm.                          2536. 35 1/4

 

1820: Jan 24: Paid David Donaldson        1082.84

1822: Dec. 30: Paid Martha Golman          932.00                                            2014.84

    Due the exer from No.1                 138.12 1/2

                                          2152.12 1/2

The within exam. and sworn to the 30th Dec. 1822 & find vouchars for every item with the letter V near the left hand margin.  John Simkins   O.E.D.

 

THE ESTATE OF GASPER GOLMAN IN CURRANT WITH HARMON GOLEMAN

Dec. 20: 1824     Paid ordinary             1.37

1827: May 12:          Ed McDoniel        192.00

1825: May 8        "     "                 50.00

1827: Dec. 22:    Paid Benjm  Golmon     1053.62 1/2

1827: Oct 25:      "   Robert Kinney     1053.62 1/2

      Dec. 22:   Jn. Mosley & wife

                    Martha               1053.62 1/2

1828: April 15    Paid Daniel Golman     1053.63

       "           "  Sarah Golmon        1053.63

    Amt. Paid                           5460.88 1/2

    Jamima Golman                       4078.93

    V. acct filed                       9539.81 1/2

 

    Adm. for mistake in casting up         50.00

The within exam. & sworn to the 5th March 1830 & find voucher for every item.   Jn. Simkins

 

 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT

 

Warrant of appraisal issued 24 September 1819 to Jesse Bettis, Wm. S. Johnson, Reben Ried, Benj. Frazier.

16 Nov. 1819 appeared Benj. Frazier, Robert Kinney, Reuben Ried, Jesses Bettis.

Letters of Administration applied for 6 September 1819.

Bond: $30,000 24th September 1819 to Jemima Gallmon, Harmon Gallmon, Benjamin Gallmon and John Gomillion, Robert Kinney: Harmon and Jemima to make inventory.

 

Published according to law by Coleman Carlisle, minister of the Gospel, Sept. 12th, 1819

2 times published by Coleman Carlisle, Minister of the Gospel

 

The beds to be settled equal except the two Mrs. Gallmon bought with each child:

David Donoldson to 1 saddle                $10.

Danl Gallmon           "                    18.

Harmon Gallmon        "                     18.

Robert Kenny           "                    18.

Sarah Gallmon         "                     18.

Patsey Gallmon       "                      18.

Benjm. Gallmon to 1 horse                  100.

Robert Kenny       "                       100.

Harmon Gallmon     "                        65.

Danl Gallmon       "                        80.

Benjm. Gallmon   to 2 cows & calves         20.

Robert Kenny         "                      10.

Benj. Gallmon  to 2 ewes                     4.

Danl. Gallmon     to 3 ewes                  6

                                          160.

David  Donaldson                          600.

 

(Completes papers from Box no. 11, Pkg. No 389)

 

THE ESTATE OF JEMIMA GALLMAN; DEC.

26 Nov. 1827: Paid John Simkins Ordinary.............$ 5.00

Jan. 15, 1828: Paid for publishing letters of administration..1.00

Jan 5: Paid Benjamin Kinney as clerk..................$ 6.00

Taxes for 1827 on the Estate............................8.25

Nov. 26, 1827 Paid Ja Miller White for shew making      2.25

Jan. 28, 1828 Paid R Kinney for parting graves         25.93 3/4

              Amos Lindsey for smiths work             16.62

              Doctors bill                             15.00

Jan 5, 1829 Paid Jesse Bittis for laying property and running land        13.00

Oct. 4, 1828 Paid Simeon Christa crying land            2.00

Jan 5, 1829 Paid Lydia Gallman on a/2c (2 children?)    5.31

Mar. 6      Paid John Grice                          303.50

Jan. 6      Paid Robert Kinney                       303.50

Jan. 13     Paid David Donaldson                     303.50

May 27 Paid John Harrison agent for E.McDancet       313.50

Jan. 13 Paid Lydia Gallman  Escr                     303.50

Dec. 14: Paid Benjaman Gallman                       303.50

Dec. 14, 1829 Due Administrator                      58.75

Jan      1829  Paid John Mosely                     283.53

                                        Total     2263.65 1/2

 

       To commission of Res & paid out at 2 1/2 %  122. 19 1/4

                                            Total 2385.85 1/4

Harman Gallman

In acct. current with Harmon Golmon Adm.

By amount of sale sold the 21st Dec 1827          2724.28 3/4

                Paid out                          2385.85 3/4

                                                   338.38 1/2

The adm. dividend or part of the estate            303.50

The within examined and sworn to the 16th Dec. 1829 and find voucher for every item noted with the letter V near the left hand margin.   Jn. Simkins, O.E.D.

 

 

 

ESTATE OF JEMIMA GALLMAN; 21 DEC. 1827

 

Harmon Gallman, Adm.

Sale of Estate:

Purchasers: (to name a few): B. Tillman, F. Bettis, H. Gallman, E. McDaniel, R. Kenney, Benj. Gallmon, Danl Gallmon, Aadle B. Tillman, James Reynolds, John Harrison, Jos. Godwin, John Mosely, John Addison, Van Swearingen, John E. F. Ryan, Robert Watts, etc. etc.

 

JAMIMA GOLEMAN, DECD, HARMON GOLLMON ADMR.

(Box no. 12, pkg. no 415)

Amount of the sale, sold 21st of Dec. 1827

1 lot of plows, B. Tillman                1.37

1    "          F. Bettis                 1.00

1      "        H. Gallman                 .75

1 lot of plows  E. McDaniel               1.12 1/2

1 lot of hoes   R. Kinney                  .50

1     "         H. Gallman                 .50

1 ax and 2 iron wedges to H. Gallman      1.75

1 ax   Daniel Gallman                     1.50

1 sithe and cradle    B. Tillman          3.00

2 screw augurs  James Reynolds             .75

3 cow hides, John Harrison                2.50

1 grind stone  H. Gallman                 4.00

2 pair of gees B. Tillman                 2.25

1 pair of harness, 2 pr.traces H.Gallman  1.12 1/2

5 horse collars  H. Gallman                .43 1/4

 

Sale of Estate of Jemima Gollmon, dec'd

 

1 lott piggon pail to Jos. Godwin          1.00

1 large pot to Jon Moseley                 2.75

2 pots  Sarah Gallman                       .25

1 "     Jos. Godwin                        2.00

2 ovens and one speder Jos. Godwin           50

1 small pot & waffle iron, H. Gallman        75

1 kettle Daniel Gallman                      50

1 loom, John Moseley                      12.00

1 spinning wheel Robert Watts               .25

3 baskets, H. Gallman                       .12 1/2

1 waggon & cover, B. R. Tillman           20.00

1 lot of crockery   R. Kinney              1.06

1 ditto & 6 spoons  Wm. G. Gallman         6.62 1/2

15 plates R. Kinney                         1.561/4

1 lot of sundries of crockery D.Gallman    1.16 1/4

1 lot of crockery W.G. Gallman              .25

1 side board & glasses Jos. Godwin         4.00

1 cupboard   E. McDaniel                   7.87 1/2

2 waiters Jos. Godwin                       .37 1/2

1 pr. of candlesticks B. Tillman           1.00

1 lot of chairs    E.McDaniel              2.62

1 looking glass and brush  "                .25

1 table and water stand                     .81 1/4

1 bed and furniture, W.G. Gallman         26.00

      "           Robert Kinney          20.00

1 bed clothes     Robert Kinney          21.50

1 desk and 2 band boxes  D. Gallman         56 1/4

1 dimajohn   H. Gallman                     43 3/4

1 pr. steelyards   H. Gallman             1.37 1/2

6 beegums   John Addison                  1.50

1 bag cotton, W. B. Mays                 31.05

1 small trunk   John Moseley              3.06 1/4

2 jars     John Moseley                    .62 1/2

1 coffee urn Standmore B. Ryan             .06 1/4

4 jars  John Moseley                      1.56 1/4

1 dish and 2 pans  Daniel Gallman          .25

1 lot sundries in dairy Jos. Godwin        .81 1/4

1 lott of gums  E. McDaniel                .061/4

1 spinning machine  Sarah Gallman        14.00

1 lot jugs and box  H. Gallman              16 1/4

1 box of soap   Daniel Gallman             .62 1/2

1 reel     W.G. Gallman                    .25

1 hackel   R. Kenney                       .25

50 bushel corn   R. Kenney               20.50

    "      Van Swearingen                20.50

            "                            27.00

         "    Daniel Gallman             10.87 1/2

1 lot of short corn  B. Tillman           1.00

1 lot of shucks    B. Tillman             1.50

3 stacks of fodder  W. B. Mays            9.00

       "                                  9.00

1 stack oats B. Tillman                   5.00

1 white face cow   Jacob Tillman          8.00

 

1 cow and calf       Jacob Tillman              8.75

1   "           Vann Swearinger                 5.00

1 cow and calf  Standmore B. Ryan               9.00

1 large steer   Jacob Tillman                  16.00

1 cow and calf B. R. Tillman                    8.00

1 cow and calf   E. McDaniel                   11.12 1/2

      "        B.R. Tillman                     9.25

     "       Vann Swearingen                    7.50

     "        B. R. Tillman                     6.75

1 steer   John E.F. Ryan                       10.00

1 bull Jacob Tillman                            4.00

1 cow and yearling  Vann Swearingen             8.25

2 yearlings  Jacob Tillman                      6.00

5 hogs 1 choice B. Tillman                     20.00

5  "   2 Johnathan Tillman                      6.00

1 sow and 6 pigs B. Tillman                     7.25

1  " and 5 pigs  B Tillman                      6.00

1 boar pig  B. Tillman                          1.50

5 fat hogs 1 choice   B. Tillman              36.00

6   "      2 choice Robert Watts              26.50

17 geese   Vann Swearinger                     4.25

1 pr. smoothing irons, J.E.F.Ryan               .25

1 jar    E. McDaniel                            .50

Mason  and Phillis   Sarah Gallman           256.00

Peter       Sarah Gallman                    275.   

Abraham     H. Gallmon                       555.00

Judea    Daniel Gallman                      389.

Sam.  R. John Mosely                         220.

Amey     Robert Kenney                       163.

Potatoes  W.G. Gallman                         1.18 1/4

Six ducks    Jesse Bettis                      2.35

1 lot of hogs   B. Tillman                     3.00

1 sheep     John Moseley                        .75

1 chest     B. G. Kinney                        .62 1/2

3 pair of shears   John Mosely                 1.25

1 side saddle     Robert Kinney                  .25

2 turkeys     Jesse Bettis                     1.00

 

This the full amount                      $2724.23 3/4

Jemima Goleman, Dec'd

This acct sales in the Ordinary Office on the oath of Harmon Goleman,

Adm. on the 10th Oct., 1828.   Jn. Simkins O.E.D.

 

Harmon Gallman petitions for sale  Dec 6, 1827

 

Administration bond: Harman Gallman, John Gomillion, and Robert Kinney

26 Nov. 1827

Wm. Johnson, Wm. B. Mays, John Harrison, John E. Ryan, apprs.

Harman Gollman applies for letters of adm. 17 Nov. 1827.

 

The within citation published at John Ryans after devine service Nov. 19, 1828?

 

 

THE ESTATE OF JEMIMA GOLMAN, DECD IN ACCT WITH H. GOLMAN

 

1829: Dec. 16: v. Paid the Ordinary          3.00

1830: Jan 4: Paid Jn  Mosley                48.75

      Paid ordinary                          1.25

Due the estate from no. 1                   34.88 3/4

 

(end of contents from Box no. 12, pkg. no 415, Edgefield Courthouse)

 

Debra,

 

I checked a file I have from another researcher with some misc. families in it

and found this info.

 

   Gasper Gallman [1818](m. Fannie McClendon [d/o Ezekiel McClendon], 2/6/1838

Edgefield SC)

This comes from Early Edgefield Marriages by Carlee McClendon.

 

Is this your same Gasper Gallman, or another related one?

 

I found a Jemima Gallman, age 40 born in SC, living with the David (Tisic)

family in 1850, Edgefield Dist, p. 88B, hh#1367 (should be 1371).  Can't be

your Jemime Sellers Gallman if she was born ca 1757, but probably connected

 

No Gasper in 1850 Edgefield.

 

Billie Jones

Lee and Billie Jones [tjones@camden.net]

July 2004

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Descendants of David Soverign Sr Donaldson

Generation No. 1

1. DAVID SOVERIGN SR3 DONALDSON (JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born 1771 in North Carolina, and died 1854

in Elba,Coffee Co.,Alabama. He married ELIZABETH GALLMAN 1792 in Edgefeild District .South Carolina,

daughter of HAN GALLMAN and JEMIMA SELLERS. She was born 1776 in Edgefeild District .South Carolina, and

died 1854 in Elba,Coffee Co.,Alabama.

More About DAVID SOVERIGN SR DONALDSON:

Fact 1: Buried at Danley Crossroad Co,Coffee Co,Alabama.

Fact 2: Shoe maker by Trade,also Preached.

Fact 3: Operated a 300 acrea farm in Horn Creek area of Edgefield South Carolina.

More About ELIZABETH GALLMAN:

Fact 1: Buried at Danley Crossroad Co,Coffee Co,Alabama.

Children of DAVID DONALDSON and ELIZABETH GALLMAN are:

2. i. SOVERIGN4 DONALDSON, b. 1793, Edgefeild District .South Carolina; d. 1840, Lowndes Co.,Alabama.

3. ii. GOSPER DONALDSON, b. 1798, Edgefeild District,South Carolina; d. November 1842, Lowndes

Co,Alabama.

iii. SOPHRONIA DONALDSON, b. 1798, Edgefeild District,South Carolina; m. ? RAY.

iv. AGNES DONALDSON, b. 1799; m. ? BRONTON.

4. v. JESSE D SR DONALDSON, b. 1803, Edgefeild District,South Carolina; d. Florida.

5. vi. DAVID P DONALDSON, b. 1806, Edgefeild District,South Carolina; d. November 1855, Coffee Co;Alabama.

6. vii. SARAH DONALDSON, b. 1807.

7. viii. MARY ANN DONALDSON, b. 1808.

8. ix. MARY BULLOCK DONALDSON, b. 1812, Anson Co;North Carolina; d. 1863, Henry Co;Alabama.

Generation No. 2

2. SOVERIGN4 DONALDSON (DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born 1793 in Edgefeild District

.South Carolina, and died 1840 in Lowndes Co.,Alabama. He married PERNELIA ELIZABETH MCCLENDON 1814

in Edgefeild District,South Carolina. She was born 1785 in Edgefeild District.South Carolina, and died 1850 in

Alabama.

More About SOVERIGN DONALDSON:

Fact 1: Soverign Sr was a Preacher,he preach at Possum Trot church in Coffee Co

Children of SOVERIGN DONALDSON and PERNELIA MCCLENDON are:

9. i. DAVID D5 DONALDSON, b. 1815, Edgefield District,South Carolina; d. July 04, 1878, Bogia,Escambia

Co;Florida.

10. ii. REBECCA SAVANNAH DONALDSON, b. 1815, South Carolina; d. April 1884, Alabama.

11. iii. JOSEPH SEPHUS DONALDSON, b. October 24, 1820, Edgefeild District,South Carolina; d. March 06, 1891,

Covington Co;Alabama.

12. iv. GOSPER DONALDSON, b. 1822, Edgefeild District,South Carolina; d. 1859, Coffee Co;Alabama.

13. v. JOHN SR DONALDSON, b. May 22, 1825, Lowndes Co.,Alabama; d. May 15, 1865, Elba,Coffee

Co.,Alabama.

14. vi. NANCY FLORA DONALDSON, b. 1826, Edgefeild District,South Carolina; d. 1870.

15. vii. SOVERIGN JR DONALDSON, b. 1833, Lowndes Co,Alabama; d. 1869.

3. GOSPER4 DONALDSON (DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born 1798 in Edgefeild District,South

Carolina, and died November 1842 in Lowndes Co,Alabama. He married MARGARET PEGGY BLAND January 23,

1823 in Montgomery,Montgomery Co;Alabama, daughter of PRESLEY BLAND and DICEY GUNNELLS. She was

born 1802 in Edgefeild District,South Carolina, and died 1859 in Lowndes Co,Alabama.

2

Children of GOSPER DONALDSON and MARGARET BLAND are:

16. i. EZRA RICHARD5 DONALDSON, b. December 03, 1819, Edgefield;South Carolina; d. March 26, 1892,

Lowndes Co,Alabama.

17. ii. ELIZABETH BETSY DONALDSON, b. September 03, 1822, South Carolina; d. October 17, 1908, Elba Coffee

Co.,Alabama.

iii. AMANDA M F DONALDSON, b. 1824; m. WILLIAM G HAMBRICK; d. December 30, 1862, Luka,Mississippi.

iv. MARY ANN DONALDSON, b. 1825.

v. ANN CATHERINE DONALDSON, b. 1828.

vi. MARTHA ADELINE DONALDSON, b. 1830.

4. JESSE D SR4 DONALDSON (DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born 1803 in Edgefeild

District,South Carolina, and died in Florida. He married ELIZABETH BESSIE DAVIS July 10, 1823 in

Montgomery,Montgomery Co;Alabama. She was born 1807 in Edgefeild District,South Carolina, and died in

Florida.

Children of JESSE DONALDSON and ELIZABETH DAVIS are:

18. i. BENJAMIN5 DONALDSON, b. December 25, 1825, Lowndes Co;Alabama; d. January 1892,

Seminole,Baldwin Co;Alabama.

19. ii. SAVANNAH DONALDSON, b. 1826.

20. iii. SAFRONIA CATHERINE DONALDSON, b. December 1834, Boggy Bayou,Florida; d. April 28, 1914,

Holley,Florida.

21. iv. ELIZABETH DONALDSON, b. 1838, Alabama; d. 1868.

v. SARAH DONALDSON, b. 1840.

vi. PRUDENCE DONALDSON, b. 1844, Florida.

vii. JESSE D JR DONALDSON, b. 1848, Holley,Florida.

viii. DAVID OLIVER DONALDSON, b. 1850, Holley,Florida; d. 1952; m. MEDIAN COOPER, 1871.

ix. NANCY DONALDSON, b. 1851.

5. DAVID P4 DONALDSON (DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born 1806 in Edgefeild

District,South Carolina, and died November 1855 in Coffee Co;Alabama. He married PRISCILLA DAVIS August

24, 1828 in Montgomery,Montgomery Co;Alabama, daughter of JOHN DAVIS. She was born 1813 in Pulaski

Co;Georgia, and died 1873 in Crenshaw Co;Alabama.

More About DAVID P DONALDSON:

Fact 1: Buried at Wise Cemetery ,Coffee Co;Alabama.

More About PRISCILLA DAVIS:

Fact 1: Buried in Crenshaw Co;Alabama.

Children of DAVID DONALDSON and PRISCILLA DAVIS are:

22. i. ANNIE OLIVIA5 DONALDSON, b. September 06, 1829, Lowdnes Co;Alabama; d. August 12, 1912, Covington

Co;Alabama.

23. ii. MARTHEMIA TAMAR MARTHA DONALDSON, b. November 18, 1831, Coffee Co;Alabama; d. 1901.

24. iii. JOHN HENRY C DONALDSON, b. February 07, 1832, Coffee Co;Alabama; d. April 29, 1904, Covington

Co;Alabama.

25. iv. JEMIMA ANN PRISCILLA DONALDSON, b. July 04, 1833, Coffee Co;Alabama; d. March 06, 1906,

Covington Co;Alabama.

v. SUSAN REBECCA DONALDSON, b. January 1837; d. 1905.

26. vi. HARMON DAVID DONALDSON, b. 1840, Coffee Co;Alabama; d. 1902, Braggs,Alabama.

vii. RHODA AGNES ELIZABETH DONALDSON, b. February 1844, Coffee Co;Alabama; d. 1905.

viii. WILLIAM FREDRICK DONALDSON, b. March 13, 1846, Alabama; d. 1927, Laura Hill,Okaloosa,Florida; m.

MARTHA LOUISA CAPPS, 1868, Coffee Co;Alabama; b. 1857, Georgia.

More About WILLIAM FREDRICK DONALDSON:

Fact 1: Buried at Clear Spring Cemetery.

27. ix. ANN CATHERINE BABE DONALDSON, b. August 1848, Alabama; d. August 05, 1942, Blue

Springs,Covington Co;Alabama.

28. x. NANCY JANE DONALDSON, b. March 1852; d. 1903, Coffee Co;Alabama.

3

6. SARAH4 DONALDSON (DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born 1807. She married WILLIAM

DAVIS January 29, 1828 in Montgomery,Montgomery Co;Alabama. He was born 1797.

Children of SARAH DONALDSON and WILLIAM DAVIS are:

29. i. THOMAS M5 DAVIS, b. 1833; d. September 28, 1904, Santa Rosa Co;Florida.

30. ii. WILLIAM DAVIS, b. 1838; d. 1916.

31. iii. MARION MARTIN DAVIS, b. June 1838, Alabama; d. March 21, 1917.

iv. SUSAN DAVIS, b. 1840.

v. JOSEPH DAVIS, b. 1845.

vi. ELIZABETH DAVIS, b. 1848.

7. MARY ANN4 DONALDSON (DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born 1808. She married JEPTHA

GATLIN September 10, 1829 in Montgomery Co;Alabama, son of MOSE GATLIN and CLOE ROWE. He was born

1803 in Warren Co;Georgia, and died 1870 in Covington Co;Alabama.

Children of MARY DONALDSON and JEPTHA GATLIN are:

i. GEORGE W5 GATLIN, b. 1831; d. June 11, 1862, Camp Pringle,Bluff Springs,Florida.

More About GEORGE W GATLIN:

Fact 1: George served in Com F 1st Florida Infantry during the Civil War.

ii. JOSEPH DANIEL GATLIN, b. March 22, 1833, Butler Co;Alabama; d. November 07, 1925, Covington

Co;Alabama; m. LIDDY MURPHY, November 07, 1898.

More About JOSEPH DANIEL GATLIN:

Fact 1: Served in Com K 57th Ala Infantry during the Civil War.

iii. JAMES GATLIN, b. 1836; d. 1921, Green Co;Georgia.

iv. JESSE BERNARD GATLIN, b. April 07, 1838; d. May 16, 1921; m. LOUISA OLIVIA WALKER, 1865; b. April

1849, Georgia.

32. v. HARMON SHARROD GATLIN, b. June 21, 1839, Kenzie,Butler Co;Alabama; d. August 15, 1928,

Opp,Covington Co;Alabama.

vi. SION A GATLIN, b. 1842; d. March 1863, Tullohoma,Coffee Co;Tennessee.

More About SION A GATLIN:

Fact 1: Served in Com A 1st Florida Infantry,during the Civil War.

Fact 2: Died in Tullahoma,Coffee Co;Tennessee.

vii. HILLARD GATLIN, b. October 1869, Florida; m. MARY E ?, 1892; b. 1873, Alabama.

8. MARY BULLOCK4 DONALDSON (DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born 1812 in Anson

Co;North Carolina, and died 1863 in Henry Co;Alabama. She married MOSES WAYLAND HELMS 1831 in Union

Co;North Carolina, son of JOEL E SR HELMS. He was born June 26, 1814 in Anson Co;North Carolina, and died

September 04, 1883 in Vernon,Florida.

Children of MARY DONALDSON and MOSES HELMS are:

33. i. THOMAS C5 HELMS, b. 1832, Anson Co;North Carolina; d. May 02, 1902.

ii. TABITHIA A G HELMS, b. 1834, Anson Co;North Carolina.

iii. ZIPLPHIA HELMS, b. November 09, 1835, Barbour Co;Alabama; m. E H GROULEY, May 04, 1858, Henry

Co;Alabama; b. 1835.

iv. LETY ALICE C HELMS, b. 1838, Barbour Co;Alabama; m. JOHN E ADKINSON; b. 1838.

34. v. MARY MAGADELLENE HELMS, b. February 14, 1842, Barbour Co;Alabama; d. November 21, 1911,

Clayton Co;Alabama.

vi. TYSON A HELMS, b. 1844, Barbour Co;Alabama; m. SARAH WESTMORELAND, January 14, 1869, Henry

Co;Alabama; b. 1844.

vii. MALIPIA HELMS, b. 1846, Barbour Co;Alabama.

35. viii. AXRIUM CLAUDIUS HELMS, b. June 17, 1846, Rome,Floyd Co;Georgia; d. November 24, 1909,

Arkadelphia,Clarke Co;Alabama.

36. ix. JAMES M HELMS, b. 1850, Coffee Co;Alabama.

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9. DAVID D5 DONALDSON (SOVERIGN4, DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born 1815 in Edgefield

District,South Carolina, and died July 04, 1878 in Bogia,Escambia Co;Florida. He married SUSAN ELIZABETH ?

1846 in Coffee Co;Alabama. She was born 1818 in Edgefield District,South Carolina, and died February 22,

1888 in Bogia,Escambia Co;Florida.

More About DAVID D DONALDSON:

Fact 1: Buried at Rays Chapel Cemetery in Escambia Florida.

Children of DAVID DONALDSON and SUSAN ? are:

i. LUCRETIA6 DONALDSON, b. 1847.

ii. JOHN B DONALDSON, b. 1848.

iii. SOVERIGN DONALDSON, b. April 18, 1853; d. March 19, 1918.

More About SOVERIGN DONALDSON:

Fact 1: Buried at Roberts Cemetery in Escambia Co;Florida.

iv. MARY ELLA DONALDSON, b. 1855.

v. RACKEL E DONALDSON, b. 1857.

10. REBECCA SAVANNAH5 DONALDSON (SOVERIGN4, DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born 1815

in South Carolina, and died April 1884 in Alabama. She married WILLIAM BAILEY CARPENTER Abt. 1832, son of

BENJAMIN CARPENTER and MILLY ?. He was born 1808 in South Carolina, and died October 30, 1883 in Butler

Co;Alabama.

More About WILLIAM BAILEY CARPENTER:

Fact 1: Buried at South Butler Cemetery in Bulter Co;Alabama.

Children of REBECCA DONALDSON and WILLIAM CARPENTER are:

37. i. HARMON SAMPSON6 CARPENTER, b. May 26, 1833, Alabama.

38. ii. BENJAMIN DAVID CARPENTER, b. November 25, 1834, Coffee Co;Alabama; d. October 13, 1919, Butler

Co;Alabama.

iii. EMILY CARPENTER, b. February 28, 1838, Alabama.

39. iv. SARAH ELIZABETH CARPENTER, b. November 13, 1838, Alabama; d. October 01, 1912, Coffee

Co;Alabama.

v. NANCY CARPENTER, b. December 06, 1841, Alabama; m. WILLIAM P BRACKIN; b. April 15, 1855, Coffee

Co;Alabama.

vi. SUSAN R CARPENTER, b. March 04, 1843, Alabama.

vii. WILLIAM CARPENTER, b. January 18, 1845, Alabama.

viii. SAFFRONIA CARPENTER, b. January 19, 1847, Alabama.

ix. MARTHA CARPENTER, b. March 08, 1849, Alabama; m. EABIN E BALDWIN, Alabama.

40. x. JILIES BRYANT CARPENTER, b. February 22, 1853, Alabama; d. October 26, 1929, McKenzie,Butler

Co;Alabama.

xi. DANIEL DOZIER CARPENTER, b. October 31, 1854, Alabama; m. OPHENA STEWART, October 31, 1876,

Butler Co;Alabam; b. 1859.

41. xii. CARY CLARK CARPENTER, b. November 07, 1856, Coffee Co;Alabama; d. April 28, 1930, Florala,Alabama.

11. JOSEPH SEPHUS5 DONALDSON (SOVERIGN4, DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born October

24, 1820 in Edgefeild District,South Carolina, and died March 06, 1891 in Covington Co;Alabama. He married

NANCY K BEARD March 25, 1841 in Coffee Co;Alabama, daughter of JAMES BEARD and ELIZABETH ?. She was

born June 04, 1825 in Georgia, and died October 15, 1908 in Covington Co;Alabama.

More About JOSEPH SEPHUS DONALDSON:

Fact 1: Buried at Cool Spring Cemetery,Covington Co;Alabama.

Children of JOSEPH DONALDSON and NANCY BEARD are:

i. ADOLPHUS C6 DONALDSON, b. December 22, 1841, Hacoda,Coffee Co;Alabama; d. March 18, 1864.

More About ADOLPHUS C DONALDSON:

Fact 1: Adolphus was killed in the Civil War.

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Fact 2: He served in CPL Co A 33 rd Ala Inf.Reg.

42. ii. JESSIE R DONALDSON, b. July 15, 1843, Hacoda,Coffee Co;Alabama; d. 1868, Montgomery,Montgomery

Co;Alabama.

43. iii. JAMES D DONALDSON, b. February 22, 1845, Hacoda,Alabama; d. July 22, 1912, Chicksha,Grady

Co;Oklahoma.

44. iv. JOSEPH WILLIAM DONALDSON, b. April 15, 1847, Covington Co;Alabama; d. December 24, 1889,

Covington Co;Alabama.

45. v. MARY ANN E DONALDSON, b. February 22, 1848, Alabama; d. 1883, Levy Co;Florida.

46. vi. MARTHA A DONALDSON, b. November 07, 1851, Hacoda,Coffee Co;Alabama; d. November 29, 1904,

Opp,Covington Co;Alabama.

vii. JOHN H DONALDSON, b. January 14, 1853, Hacoda,Coffee Co;Alabama; d. 1936, Opp,Covington

Co;Alabama; m. MATTIE DEAL.

More About JOHN H DONALDSON:

Fact 1: Buried at Cool Spring Cemetery in Opp,Covington Co;Alabama.

47. viii. NANCY LOUISE DONALDSON, b. April 08, 1855; d. Opp,Covington Co;Alabama.

48. ix. THOMAS PETER DONALDSON, b. June 27, 1857, Hadoca,Coffee Co;Alabama; d. January 05, 1938.

49. x. FRANCIS MARION DONALDSON, b. August 09, 1859, Hacoda,Coffee Co;Alabama; d. August 09, 1940,

Moundville,Hale Co;Alabama.

50. xi. SARAH SALLIE DONALDSON, b. March 19, 1860, Hacoda,Coffee Co;Alabama; d. June 10, 1910,

Opp,Covington Co;Alabama.

51. xii. SARAH CATHRYN DONALDSON, b. May 11, 1861, Hacoda,Coffee Co;Alabama; d. September 1930, Laurel

Hill,Okaloosa,Florida.

52. xiii. EDMUND J SR DONALDSON, b. June 04, 1863, Hacoda,Coffee Co;Alabama; d. 1948.

53. xiv. EMMA DONALDSON, b. August 06, 1868, Hacoda,Alabama.

12. GOSPER5 DONALDSON (SOVERIGN4, DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born 1822 in Edgefeild

District,South Carolina, and died 1859 in Coffee Co;Alabama. He married MARY POLLY DONALDSON 1845 in

Coffee Co;Alabama. She was born 1818 in Edgefeild District,South Carolina, and died 1868 in Alabama.

Children of GOSPER DONALDSON and MARY DONALDSON are:

54. i. THOMAS H6 DONALDSON, b. October 1846, Coffee Co;Alabama; d. 1928, Escambia Co;Alabama.

ii. SARAH E SALLY DONALDSON, b. 1849.

iii. SUSAN DONALDSON, b. October 1852; d. October 12, 1930.

13. JOHN SR5 DONALDSON (SOVERIGN4, DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born May 22, 1825 in

Lowndes Co.,Alabama, and died May 15, 1865 in Elba,Coffee Co.,Alabama. He married ELIZABETH LOUISE

BEARD September 07, 1843 in Lowndes Co;Alabama, daughter of JAMES BEARD and ELIZABETH ?. She was born

August 10, 1827 in Georgia, and died February 02, 1900 in Elba Coffee Co.,Alabama.

More About JOHN SR DONALDSON:

Fact 1: Buried At Evergreen Cemetery in Elba,Coffee Co,Alabama.

Fact 2: John was killed by a man name Lee right often the Civil War.

Fact 3: He was killed some say cause the man was for the union and John was a Confederat

Fact 4: Some say John was killed cause they didnotlike the way he gave out food to other

Fact 5: He was a commissonary in Elba and was over giving food out after the war.

More About ELIZABETH LOUISE BEARD:

Fact 1: Buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Elba;Alabama.

Children of JOHN DONALDSON and ELIZABETH BEARD are:

55. i. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON6 DONALDSON, b. November 12, 1843, Lowndes Co,Alabama; d. April 28,

1916, Coffee Co;Alabama.

ii. JOHN JR DONALDSON, b. 1845, Lowndes Co,Alabama; d. 1863.

More About JOHN JR DONALDSON:

Fact 1: Died in the Civil War.

56. iii. SOVERIGN M DONALDSON, b. September 08, 1846, Elba Coffee Co.,Alabama; d. April 04, 1928, Elba

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Coffee Co.,Alabama.

57. iv. THOMAS EDMOND DONALDSON, b. December 22, 1847, Lowndes Co,Alabama; d. June 18, 1913, Elba

Coffee Co.,Alabama.

58. v. MARTHA ANN DONALDSON, b. January 08, 1850, Elba Coffee co .,Alabama; d. June 18, 1913, Elba Coffee

co .,Alabama.

59. vi. DAVID BRUCE DONALDSON, b. April 05, 1851, Elba Coffee Co.,Alabama; d. September 24, 1915, Elba

Coffee Co.,Alabama.

60. vii. ADOLPHUS MARION DONALDSON, b. February 14, 1852, Elba Coffee Co.,Alabama; d. February 22, 1922,

Elba Coffee Co.,Alabama.

61. viii. JOEL DONALDSON, b. October 1854, Elba Coffee Co.,Alabama; d. September 16, 1927, Florala,Covington

Co;Alabama.

62. ix. LOUISA ELIZABETH DONALDSON, b. March 21, 1856, Elba Coffee Co.,Alabama; d. April 08, 1913, Coffee

Co,Alabama.

x. NANCY SUSAN DONALDSON, b. 1857, Elba Coffee Co.,Alabama; d. 1865.

63. xi. BENJAMIN GOSPER DONALDSON, b. October 10, 1859, Lowndes Co,Alabama; d. November 12, 1928,

Coffee Co;Alabama.

64. xii. JEFFERSON DAVIS SR DONALDSON, b. 1861, Elba Coffee Co.,Alabama; d. 1880.

xiii. CELIA MISSOURI DONALDSON, b. July 20, 1865, Lowndes Co,Alabama; d. May 27, 1890, Elba,Coffee

Co;Alabama; m. JOHN M DAVIS, July 04, 1889, Coffee Co;Alabama; b. 1863, Lowndes Co,Alabama.

More About CELIA MISSOURI DONALDSON:

Fact 1: Buried at Evergreen Cemetery in Elba ,Coffee Co;Alabama.

14. NANCY FLORA5 DONALDSON (SOVERIGN4, DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born 1826 in

Edgefeild District,South Carolina, and died 1870. She married ADOLPHUS CHARLESTON SR BEARD 1843, son of

JAMES BEARD and ELIZABETH ?. He was born 1821 in Georgia, and died November 01, 1864 in

Lynchburgh,Virginia.

Children of NANCY DONALDSON and ADOLPHUS BEARD are:

i. WILLIAM W6 BEARD, b. 1844.

65. ii. SAMANTHA ELIZABETH PUSS BEARD, b. January 17, 1845; d. September 27, 1920.

iii. JOSEPH M BEARD, b. 1846.

iv. TADELIA BEARD, b. 1847.

v. EMILY FRANCES BEARD, b. January 23, 1852; d. April 12, 1917.

66. vi. THOMAS ARTIMUS BEARD, b. January 03, 1855; d. July 02, 1938, Goshen,Pike Co,Alabama.

15. SOVERIGN JR5 DONALDSON (SOVERIGN4, DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born 1833 in

Lowndes Co,Alabama, and died 1869. He married WINNIE VAN LANDINGHAM.

Child of SOVERIGN DONALDSON and WINNIE VAN LANDINGHAM is:

i. THOMAS FRANKLIN6 DONALDSON, b. May 1856; m. SARAH E EDGAR, November 03, 1879, Elba,Coffee

Co;Alabama; b. February 25, 1858, Coffee Co,Alabama; d. January 04, 1948, Coffee Co,Alabama.

More About SARAH E EDGAR:

Fact 1: Buried at Tabernacle Cemetery.

16. EZRA RICHARD5 DONALDSON (GOSPER4, DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born December

03, 1819 in Edgefield;South Carolina, and died March 26, 1892 in Lowndes Co,Alabama. He married ALLETHA

HAMBRICK. She was born 1830.

More About EZRA RICHARD DONALDSON:

Fact 1: Buried at Sandy Ridge Cemetery in Lowndes Co;Alabama.

Fact 2: Enlisted in the 17 Alabama Infantry August 14 1863 in Mobile,Alabama.

Fact 3: Listed on the Reg,Medical register June 30 1864.

Fact 4: Diagnosis was debilitas,November 3 with irritatis spinatis.

Children of EZRA DONALDSON and ALLETHA HAMBRICK are:

i. EUGENIA A6 DONALDSON, b. 1846; d. Lowndes Co,Alabama; m. S J ROBERTSON; d. Lowndes

Co,Alabama.

ii. MARY DONALDSON, b. 1851; d. Lowndes Co,Alabama.

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iii. WALTER L DONALDSON, b. 1855; d. Lowndes Co,Alabama.

iv. FRANCES DONALDSON, b. 1857; d. Lowndes Co,Alabama.

v. THOMAS DONALDSON, b. 1859; d. Lowndes Co,Alabama.

17. ELIZABETH BETSY5 DONALDSON (GOSPER4, DAVID SOVERIGN SR3, JOHN REV2, PATRICK1) was born September

03, 1822 in South Carolina, and died October 17, 1908 in Elba Coffee Co.,Alabama. She married W ILLIAM

FRANCIS SR BEARD September 07, 1843 in Lowdnes Co;Alabama, son of JAMES BEARD and ELIZABETH ?. He

was born September 17, 1817 in Jones Co;Georgia, and died September 02, 1864 in Elba Coffee Co.,Alabama.

More About ELIZABETH BETSY DONALDSON:

Fact 1: Buried at Evergreen Cemetery in Elba ,Coffee Co;Alabama.

Fact 2: Operated Beard Motel in Elba til her death.

More About WILLIAM FRANCIS SR BEARD:

Fact 1: Buried At Evergreen Cemetery in Elba ,Coffee Co;Alabama.

Fact 2: Merchant in Elba.

Children of ELIZABETH DONALDSON and WILLIAM BEARD are:

67. i. JOSEPHINE SCANDRETTE6 BEARD, b. December 29, 1844, Lowndes Co,Alabama; d. October 10, 1918,

Andalusia, Covington Co;Alabama.

68. ii. ELMIRA ADELINE BEARD, b. December 31, 1846; d. June 02, 1897.

iii. WILLIAM JAMES FRANCIS JR BEARD, b. September 03, 1848, Troy,Pike Co;Alabama; d. June 18, 1925,

Troy,Pike Co,Alabama; m. DELLA TROTMAN.

iv. MARGARET ELIZABETH BEARD, b. September 18, 1850; d. 1860, Elba Coffee Co.,Alabama.

More About MARGARET ELIZABETH BEARD:

Fact 1: Buried at Evergreen Cemetery in Elba ,Coffee Co;Alabama.

69. v. JOSEPHUS SIMMONS BEARD, b. July 22, 1853, Troy,Pike Co,Alabama; d. February 08, 1940, Troy,Pike

Co;Alabama.

vi. EMMA HORTENSE BEARD, b. November 26, 1855; d. January 25, 1897, Ozark,Lee Co;Alabama; m. JESSE

M CARMICHAEL, 1885, Coffee Co;Alabama.

vii. MARY ANN MARIAN BEARD, b. April 08, 1857; d. 1923, Elba Coffee Co.,Alabama; m. H C BRYAN, 1878,

Coffee Co;Alabama.

More About H C BRYAN:

Fact 1: Buried at Evergreen Cemetery in Elba ,Coffee Co;Alabama.

viii. JOHNNY M BEARD, b. June 1860; m. EMMA BEALL.

ix. COSTELLO BEARD, b. April 08, 1863.

More About COSTELLO BEARD:

Fact 1: Buried At Evergreen Cemetery in Elba ,Coffee Co;Alabama.