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From: Romelia Boissevain <>
Subject: [CHILDERS-L] Re: CHILDERS-D Digest V98 #6
Date: Sun, 11 Jan 1998 09:55:51 -0500


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> Subject:
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> CHILDERS-D Digest Volume 98 : Issue 6
>
> Today's Topics:
> #1 Re: Re: [CHILDERS-L] Childs? [KenCh <>]
> #2 [CHILDERS-L] Re: Childs? ["David Childs" <>]
> #3 [CHILDERS-L] CHILDERS SC>Walker Co ["Patricia Worsham" <]
> #4 [CHILDERS-L] Nathanial Childress [Ed Davidson <]
> #5 [CHILDERS-L] William / Alfred CHIL [Mike Malerich <>]
> #6 [CHILDERS-L] Recent Activity [JChild8629 <>]
> #7 Re: [CHILDERS-L] Children of James [Emma Blackburn <>]
> #8 Re: [CHILDERS-L] Fw: Joseph Price [Emma Blackburn <>]
> #9 [CHILDERS-L] Noah CHILDRESS-Walker ["Patricia Worsham" <]
> #10 [CHILDERS-L] Hugh Martin Childress ["Joe Cornelius" <]
> #11 Re: [CHILDERS-L] Cora Bell [HMclean700 <>]
> #12 [CHILDERS-L] Margaret CHILD 6 Jan [John & Renee Leidorf <.]
> #13 [CHILDERS-L] Benjamin Childs c1816 ["Charles C. Phillips" <]
> #14 Re: [CHILDERS-L] Royal Connection? [Darby12723 <>]
> #15 Re: [CHILDERS-L] alford childers [Darby12723 <>]
> #16 Re: [CHILDERS-L] Royal Connection? [Darby12723 <>]
> #17 [CHILDERS-L] Chilton Line [JChild8629 <>]
> #18 [CHILDERS-L] William CHILD, MA abt [Cooke17513 <>]
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> Subject: Re: Re: [CHILDERS-L] Childs?
> Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 12:47:54 EST
> From: KenCh <>
> To:
>
> Childs
>
> There seems to be a large group of 'childs' fold who settled in GA. The best
> I have done with my line is a John T. (thomas?) Childs who was b. 1826 in SC
> married Francis Carolina Ward.
>
> anyway; there is another segment of this mailing list out there!
>
> ken childs
>
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> Subject: [CHILDERS-L] Re: Childs?
> Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 20:19:26 +0000
> From: "David Childs" <>
> To: ,
>
> On 8 Jan 98 at 20:39, Joyce McMurray <> wrote:
>
> > The Childers have really been busy the last few days.Are there any
> > CHILDS, researchers out there,or am I missing a connection/Is there
> > another seperate Childs query list?
>
> No, this is the place. My interest is in my own family who lived
> just south of Reading, Berkshire, England from around 1700 until 1880
> or thereabouts. Sadly, there doesn't seem to be much interest in
> English lines on the list - but then there wasn't much traffic at all
> until the holiday <G>. If you are looking for CHILDS in the Reading
> (England) area, then I _may_ be able to help. Unfortunately, the
> name is rather common in Southeast England, so I'm sorry I can't help
> with people looking for relatives in Kidderminster or similar.
>
> David
> David Childs ()
> M(E)AT(T)YE(A)R One Name Study
> +44 (1400) 261488
> Sleaford, Lincolnshire, UK
>
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> Subject: [CHILDERS-L] CHILDERS SC>Walker Co GA
> Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 15:38:53 -0500 (EST)
> From: "Patricia Worsham" <>
> To:
>
> Here is one of my CHILDERS/CHILDRESS lines (this family alternates between
> CHILDERS/CHILDRES/CHILDRESS in the records)
>
> Nancy W. CHILDERS/CHILDRESS was born 1815 SC, died 1848 Walker Co GA and married
> John PARRISH ~1831
>
> Parents of Nancy are thought to be John CHILDERS (b. 1790 SC) and Sally MASSEY
> (1798 NC). The same source gives Laurens SC as the birthplace of John. I have
> not yet confirmed this info. Anyone have any input or recognize this family?
>
> John appears in the Walker Co GA census in 1850 in the household of Reuben
> CHILDERS:
>
> CHILDERS, Reuben 34 SC, Susan 28 SC, Richard A. 8 GA, John M. 5 GA, James R. 3
> GA, Sarah P. 1 GA, John 60 SC, Sally 52 NC.
>
> Also in Walker Co 1850:
>
> CHILDERS, Richard 61 SC (brother to John??), Susanah 59 NC, MANN, Permelia 29
> SC. Arabella 8 GA, Susannah 6 GA, Sarah 5 GA, James O. 3 GA, Silas C 1 GA,
> MATTHEW, Nathan 87 NC, CHILDERS, Abraham SC, ROBINS, Hensel 36 NC
>
> CHILDERS, James 37 NC, Polly 35, WATSON, Joseph 3 GA
>
> CHILDERS, David 47 VA, Susannah 47 NC, John B. 17 TN, Louisa 14 TN, Allen 12 TN,
> Peyton 9 TN, Comadore R 5 GA
>
> COWARD Orville 33 TN, Polly 32 TN, Sarah A 4 GA, CHILDERS, Thomas 11 SC, COWARD,
> Harriet 22 TN
>
> JOHNSON, WN 27 SC, Elvira 28 KY, John W. 5 TN, James 4 TN, Lucy A 3 TN, Janet V
> 1 TN, Sally A. 24 TN, CHILDERS, Emsley 34 ?, Thomas 7 GA, Francis 4 GA
>
> I also have the CHILDERS from 1860 and 1870 census of Walker Co as well if
> anyone is interested.
>
> Pat Worsham
>
> Pat Worsham
>
> Jefferson, MD
>
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> Subject: [CHILDERS-L] Nathanial Childress
> Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 15:49:51 -0500
> From: Ed Davidson <>
> To: Childers Family Genealogy List <>
>
> I can go back as far as Nathanial Childress b abt 1830 in Kentucky, He
> married a (Serena or Selena) but have no information beyond that. Is he
> a grandson of Pleasant Childers? Does anyone have any information on
> Nathanial?
>
> --
> Ed Davidson - DeLand
>
>
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> Subject: [CHILDERS-L] William / Alfred CHILDERS
> Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 15:47:26 -0600
> From: Mike Malerich <>
> To: "" <>
>
> I am trying to find information on WILLIAM CHILDERS, b. in Ohio, m.
> MARTHA WALKER, b. in Kentucky. One known child: ALFRED CHILDERS, b. 18
> Apr 1857 in Ohio, d. 1 Apr 1928 in Herrick, Shelby, Illinois; m. SARAH
> ADLINE SNOW, b. 6 Jul 1861 in Kentucky, d. 31 Mar 1941 in Herrick,
> Shelby, Illinois.
>
> Thank you!!
>
> Mike Malerich
>
>
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> Subject: [CHILDERS-L] Recent Activity
> Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 17:46:26 EST
> From: JChild8629 <>
> To:
>
> I sat at my computer weeks on end with activity on the Childers List. I was
> told by Ed Looney tht the Childers List had never been a chatty List. Well, I
> thought that was terrible, so I started generating one message after another,
> posting them to the Childers List. If I ever had a question about Childers I
> put it on the List. WOW!!! Did the Childers List suddenly become chatty.
> We are all out here looking for the same things. Here is the Word according
> to Jack Childers:
> "Knock and the door shall be opened to you. Stand on the other side of the
> door with nary a knock and it shall remain forever closed to you." If the
> Childers List was not chatty it should be. During the last week I have seen
> more posting on the Childers List than on any other list. That makes for a
> good exchange of information. I have seen posts where a person has found
> someone they have been looking for for years. I have seen duplications of
> trees submitted that were able to find each other. That is what the List is
> about. Bud and Susannah, you bet this traffic on the Childers List is great.
> It should be.
> I have copied all the posts from the Childers List during the last week or so.
> I still see people looking for someone that was mentioned in a post last week.
> Evidently they missed the post about their people. I re-check each copied
> post whenever someone new comes on the List looking for someone whose name I
> remember from last week.
> At times I wonder if Ed Looney thinks I am a nuiance, and I surely hope we
> aren't overworking him, but I still like all the exchange of information this
> List has generated this past week. Keep it up. Jack Childers.
>
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> Subject: Re: [CHILDERS-L] Children of James and Elizabeth part 1
> Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 18:13:33 -0500
> From: Emma Blackburn <>
> To:
>
> you have the wrong address, I haven't a clue as to what you are talking
> about. Please double check the address
>
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> Subject: Re: [CHILDERS-L] Fw: Joseph Price CHILDRESS
> Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 18:14:30 -0500
> From: Emma Blackburn <>
> To:
>
> I'm sorry, but I have received 76 messages from you and this is the
> wrong address!
>
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> Subject: [CHILDERS-L] Noah CHILDRESS-Walker Co GA
> Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 18:42:25 -0500 (EST)
> From: "Patricia Worsham" <>
> To:
>
> Posting for another researcher; the address is
>
> >I have a Noah V. CHILDRESS married Laura Victoria SHAVER in Walker Co GA. She
> >was born Sept 22 1881 died in1951.
>
> Anybody recognize Noah?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Pat
>
> Pat Worsham
>
> Jefferson, MD
>
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> Subject: [CHILDERS-L] Hugh Martin Childress Ancestors?
> Date: Sun, 11 Jan 1998 00:06:14 -0600
> From: "Joe Cornelius" <>
> To: <>
>
> I have a great deal of information on the life of my gggg-grandfather
> Hugh Martin Childress, Sr, from Texas, but have not been able to
> locate any information on his ancestors. Lore has it that he was from
> Davidson County, Tennessee. Does anyone have any additional
> information on my Childress?
>
> 1 Hugh Martin Childress, Sr. b: December 13, 1800 in Tennessee d:
> July 29, 1886 in Coleman County, TX
> .. +Susannah Watters b: December 29, 1809 in Tennessee d: February
> 18, 1882 in Coleman County, TX
> ......... 2 Lemuel Childress b: Abt. 1825 d: 1836
> ......... 2 Hugh Martin Childress, Jr b: May 24, 1835 in Bastrop
> County, TX d: September 24, 1897 in Grant County, NM
> ............. +Hulda Ann Cox b: August 22, 1835 in Livingston Co, MO
> d: December 20, 1889 in Grant County, NM
> ......... 2 Elisha Childress b: October 1, 1837 d: January 24, 1884
> in Coleman County, Texas
> ............. +Mary Mariah Murrill b: June 7, 1837 d: June 24, 1912
> in Coleman County, Texas
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>
> Subject: Re: [CHILDERS-L] Cora Bell
> Date: Sun, 11 Jan 1998 00:02:59 EST
> From: HMclean700 <>
> To:
>
> Hi:
>
> I've posted this before, but so far no match. Here's hoping someone has a
> match.
>
> 1. Cora Bell Childers b April 18, 1875 in Il, m. 1897 in Il and d Nov 12, 1944
> in White County Il.
> +Henry Varse Healy b Aug. 7, 1874 Il. d June 1954 in Il.
> 2. Joseph Childers b 1845 in Il (m) in Il d unknown
> + Martha Jordon b 1848 Carter County, Ky d unknown
>
> Cora Bell had two brothers Frank and Charles. This is all the information we
> have on this family. Cora Bell is my great grandmother.
>
> Thanks
> Marie
>
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> Subject: [CHILDERS-L] Margaret CHILD 6 Jan 1696
> Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 21:09:15 -0800
> From: John & Renee Leidorf <>
> To:
>
> Attn: CHILD List Subscribers
>
> Looking for information on Margaret CHILD b. 6 Jan 1696. Please check
> your lines...
>
> Thanks...Renee
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>
> Subject: [CHILDERS-L] Benjamin Childs c1816 Philadelphia PA
> Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 22:25:55 -0700
> From: "Charles C. Phillips" <>
> To:
>
> One of my brick walls is: Benjamin Childs b c1813 Philadelphia PA d 1898
> Sharon Hill PA who m Amanda Malvina Hendricks b c1826 Philadelphia PA d 1900
> Sharon Hill PA. They are buried at Mt. Moriah Cem. Philadelphia PA. They
> are listed in the Philadelphia PA census' for 1850, 1870, and 1880. He was
> a carpenter and was in Co. B, 198th Reg't PA Volunteers 1864. Their
> children were: John, Ambrose, Alfred, Gilbert, Benjamin, Cordelia, Mary,
> Rebecca, Mark, George, and Elizabeth. His parents *may* have been John
> Childs and Elizabeth Kite(Kyte). Any assistance is appreciated.
>
> Chuck in Tucson
>
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> Subject: Re: [CHILDERS-L] Royal Connection?
> Date: Sun, 11 Jan 1998 06:03:20 EST
> From: Darby12723 <>
> To:
>
> Jack, perhaps you are thinking of President John Tyler who descended from
> Henry Tyler and Eelizabeth Chiles.
>
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> Subject: Re: [CHILDERS-L] alford childers
> Date: Sun, 11 Jan 1998 06:13:12 EST
> From: Darby12723 <>
> To:
>
> Does anyone have information as to the various near (mis)spellings of
> Child/Childes/Chiles/Childress, etc.?
>
> I have identified quite a few Chiles descendants of Walter Chiles of Jamestown
> c.1637, if anyone may be interested.
>
> Darby Chiles
> Upland, California
>
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> Subject: Re: [CHILDERS-L] Royal Connection?
> Date: Sun, 11 Jan 1998 06:16:44 EST
> From: Darby12723 <>
> To:
>
> Connie, have you tried the Merovingian line of Childeric, Childperic, etc. c.
> 800 AD?
>
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> Subject: [CHILDERS-L] Chilton Line
> Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 19:54:00 EST
> From: JChild8629 <>
> To:
>
> This is from my mother's line, Besco. A Besco married a Chilton:
>
> Jessie Myrtle Besco......................................Arthur Price Chilton
> 5-7-1875 m12-31-1891 11-5-1864
> 8-21-1943 1-00-1919
>
> (Parents of Arthur Price Chilton were.....Joseph Chilton & Sarah Price
> Chilton)
> 3-17-1833
> 6-12-1858
>
>
> Children of Jessie and Arthur Chilton
>
> Joseph E. Chilton Sarah Amelia Chilton Ida Grace Chilton
> George Ward Chilton
> 12-14-1885 6-8-1898 1-18-1901
> 2-28-1903
>
> Emma Lee Chilton Mable Esther Chilton Infant Son
> Cora Myrtle Chilton
> 9-11-1905 12-23-1907 9-1-1912
> 10-26-1913
>
> Martha Lucille Chilton Lawrence Chilton
> 7-20-1915 Unknown
>
> Ida Grace Chilton married Herbert Nathan Mayo, had 5 children
>
> Emma Lee Chilton married Barney J. Brom, had no children
>
> Cora Myrtle Chilton married Ray Whitney, had 2 children
>
> Martha Lucille Chilton married Justus N. Miller, had 2 children
>
> Lawrence Chilton married Vina ?, had 2 children
>
> I have more information on this line, like the names and dates and spouces and
> children of the above mentioned children of Arthur and Jessie Chilton. Most
> of these Chiltons are from Iowa. Joseph Chilton was born in England, Sarah
> Price Chilton was born in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.
> If any of these names are yours let me know and I will fill in a few more gaps
> and put you in touch with the researcher who compiled my mother's family tree.
> Jack Childers.
>
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> Subject: [CHILDERS-L] William CHILD, MA abt. 1630
> Date: Sun, 11 Jan 1998 07:03:15 EST
> From: Cooke17513 <>
> To:
>
> I am researching CHILD also.
>
> My information extends from my mother, Elizabeth BLADES CHILD, to William
> CHILD, who I believe immigrated from England to Massachusetts with his brother
> Ephraim (and Governor Winthrop) on the _Arabella_ in 1630.
>
> Robert S. Cooke
> Chesterfield, VA
The earliest childe I have is richard Childe on my line from Northwick,
Worcester, England, father of Thomas Childe, married to Johanna Adams,
. I sthis your line too. I have information on descendants through the
Fiske line.

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