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Subject: SC, GA CHILDRESS INFORMATION FYI
Date: Mon, 09 Oct 2000 19:34:24 -0400


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South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol. 1-20
SCMAR, Volume III Number 1,Winter,1975 Marriage and Obituary Notices
from the Greenville Mountaineer (Continued from Vol. 2, p.198.)
SCMAR,
Vol.III,p.31
Married on the 30th Dec,by M. P. Evins,Esq,Mr. Lewis Abercrombie to Miss
Lucretia Childers,all of Laurens District (ibid.).

SCMAR, Volume IV Number 1, Winter, 1976
Marriage and Obituary Notices from the Greenville Mountaineer (Continued
from Vol. 3, p.219.)

SCMAR, Vol. IV, Winter 1976, No. 1, p.14
Married on Tuesday, the 5th inst., by M. P. Evins, Esq, Mr. Richard B.
Childers of Walker County, Georgia, to Miss Polly Abercrombie of Laurens
District, S.C. (Jan. 8, 1841).


SCMAR, Volume V Number 1, Winter, 1977 p.62
Daniel Butler b. 27 Jan 1808, d. 4 March 1873 in Oconee Co. mar. Amelia
Childers b. 4 Jan 1805, d. 6 March 1888. In 1850 Daniel and family in
Edgefield Co. From 1856 to death in Pickens/Oconee shown as Baptist
Minister. His will mentioned Henderson P. and his grandchildren last
name of Mays. In 1880 Daniel's widow liv with grandchild Caroline
Americus (Carrie) Mays who married a Wm. Holcombe.


SCMAR, Volume IX Number 1, Winter, 1981
Laurens County Estate Book A-1 (Continued from Vol. 8, p.145)
SCMAR, Vol. IX, Winter 1981, No. 1, p.46
A return of money Received and paid in behalf of the Estate of Thomas
Finey Boyce decd., the year 1797. Recd of William Whitehead, David
McCaa, William Bailey, Isaac Bailey, Daniel Metheny, Edmond Granger,
Andrew Anderson, William Crage. Paid to Jassee Childers, John Roling, 8
May 1797. Zech: Bailey.

SCMAR, Volume IX Number 2, Spring, 1981
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor

James 2 10 -
Childers

Lucy 2 - -
Childers his Wife

SCMAR, Volume X
Number 2, Spring, 1982
SCMAR, Vol. X, Spring 1982, No. 2, p.111
CHILDERS-DOCKERY. Robert Childers and family b. about 1819 S.C. Moved to
Macon Co. AL 1840's, m. Mary Mullin 1846. Children: Thomas, Monroe,
Frank, Henry and Yancy. Robert Childers known to be overseer on a
plantation. Also David Dockery b. 1800 S.C. moved to Tuscaloosa Co. AL
1830.

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research
SCMAR, Volume XI Number 1, Winter, 1983
SCMAR, Vol. XI, Winter 1983, No. 1, p.52
CHILDERS-DOCKERY-HURT. Robert Childers b. ca 1819 SC m. 1846 Macon Co.
Ala. Mary Mullins b. Ga. Their children; Thomas, Sarah, Frank, Henry,
William and Lizzie. Moved 1870's to Milam and Falls Co. Texas.

SCMAR, Volume XII
Number 1, Winter, 1984
Two Powers of Attorney from Wake County, North Carolina
SCMAR, Vol. XII, No. 1, p.9

Thomas his I mark Childers (Jurat)
David his C mark Childers

SCMAR, Volume XII Number 1, Winter, 1984
Two Powers of Attorney from Wake County, North Carolina
SCMAR, Vol. XII, No. 1, p.9

Proved in Open Court by Thomas Childers. Henry Lane, C. C. Recorded in
the Clerks Office in the County of Wake in Book B, and pages 113 and
114, 8 Feby. 1787.

SCMAR, Volume XV Number 1, Winter, 1987
Marriage and Death Notices from the Pee Dee Herald
SCMAR, Vol. XV, Winter 1987, No. 1, p.17
Married on the 10th inst., by James C. Blackwell, Esq., J. J. Childers
to Elizabeth V. Hodge. (March 29, 1853)

SCMAR, Volume XVII Number 4, Fall, 1989
Union County Coroner's Inquisitions, 1806-1869 (Continued from Vol.
XVII, p.146)
SCMAR, Vol. XVII, Fall 1989, No. 4, p.194
Union Dist. An inquisition indented taken at Kings Mt.Iron Co. Rolling
Mill in said Dist.1 July 1854 before Wm. M. Dunn, Magistrate acting as
Coroner,upon view of the body of Charles a Slave of R.Swann,by the oaths
of M.M.Montgomery,Jacob Guyton,David Macomson,W.D.Alexander,Robert
Service,P.Foster,
H.Stroup,A.Davis,R.Patterson,Wm.Patterson,B.Patterson,S. Childers,a
lawful Jury of Inquest,upon their oaths do say that the boy Charles in
manner and form aforesaid came to his death by misfortune or accident

SCMAR, Volume XVII Number 4, Fall, 1989
Union County Coroner's Inquisitions, 1806-1869 (Continued from Vol.
XVII, p.146)
SCMAR, Vol. XVII, Fall 1989, No. 4, p.195
Signed by Wm. M. Dunn, Magistrate, M. M. Montogomery, Foreman of Jury,
Jacob Guyton, D. Macomson, Pleasant Foster, Hen.(?) Stroup, William H.
Patterson, Wm. D. Alexander, Benjamin Patterson, Robert Service, A.
Davis, S. (X) Childers, Robert (X) Patterson, Jurors.

SCMAR, Volume XVIII Number 2, Spring 1990
1840 Tax Return for Newberry District (Continued from Volume XVIII,
p.10)

Childers,John .06

SCMAR, Volume XVIII Number 4, Fall, 1990
Union County Coroner's Inquisitions, 1806-1869 (Continued from Vol.
XVIII, p.132)

Signed and sealed by Wm. M. Dunn, Magistrate acting as Coroner, A. W.
White, foreman, H. G. Gaffney, D. Davis, James Davis, A. Jackson Scates,
J. S. Dawson, Minor Davis, John Barnhill, Marion (X) Harris, Wm. (X)
Childers, Martin (X) Pennington and Richmond (X) Childers.

York, South Carolina, Newspapers: Marriage and Death Notices, 1823-1865
Yorkville Miscellany Issue of July 26, 1860 p73
York, SC, Newspapers, Marriages & Deaths, 1823-1865, p.77

Married in this District, on the 15th inst., by G. W. Cobb, Esq., Mr. D.
Crocket Ramsey, and Miss Martha Childers, all of this District.

Issue of February 27, 1862 page 81 York, SC, Newspapers, Marriages &
Deaths, 1823-1865, p.89 Married on the 12th inst., by J. D. Wylie, Esq.,
Mr. Washington Childers and Miss Sarah J. Ramsey, all of York District.

Marriage and Death Notices from the Up-Country of South Carolina as
taken from Greenville Newspapers, 1826-1863
Greenville Mountaineer page 56
Married on the 30th Dec., by M. P. Evins, Esq., Mr. Lewis Abercrombie to
Miss Lucretia Childers, all of Laurens District (ibid.).

Greenville Mountaineer page 82
Married on Tuesday, the 5th inst., by M. P. Evins, Esq., Mr. Richard B.
Childers of Walker County, Georgia, to Miss Polly Abercrombie of Laurens
District, S.C. (Jan. 8, 1841).

Issue of March 24, 1827 page 2
Marriages & Deaths, Charleston Observer, 1827-1845, p.2

Married on the 28th At Camden, Mr. James B. Berry,to Miss Elizabeth
Childers.

Marriage and Death Notices from Baptist Newspapers of South Carolina,
1835-1865 Southern Baptist Issue of July 21, 1852
page 34
Baptist Marriages and Deaths, South Carolina, 1835-1865, p.33
[p.34] Died, in Blackville, on the 9th inst., at the residence of his
father, Willis Whitaker, infant son of Revd. W. W. and A. N. Childers,
aged 1 year, 1 month and 4 days.

Issue of November 23, 1853 page 43
Baptist Marriages and Deaths, South Carolina, 1835-1865, p.42
Died, at residence of Mr. D. Ouzts, Edgefield District, on the 13th
inst., Thomas Laurence, infant son of the Revd. W. W. [p.43] and A. N.
Childers, aged 13 months and 12 days.

Associate Reformed Presbyterian Death & Marriage Notices, Volume II:
1866-1888 Associate Reformed Presbyterian April 3, 1884 page 66
Presbyterian Deaths & Marriages, Vol 2: 1866-1888, p.66
Married, March 16th, 1884, at the residence of Mrs. Woods, by Rev. E. E.
Patterson, Mr. Jas. Childers and Miss Ida Goodman. All of Roxton, Lamar
County, Texas.

Death and Obituary Notices from The Southern Christian Advocate,
1867-1878 Issue of December 6, 1871 page 214
Death & Obituary Notices, Southern Christian Advocate, 1867-1878
Mary J. Fisher, wife of Harris M. Fisher and daughter of Dr. J. M.
Palmer and Sarah A. A. Childers of Elbert county, died at Bay Springs,
Washington county, Ga., Nov. 10th 1871.

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research
SCMAR, Volume II
Number 2, Spring, 1974
Requests for Information

SCMAR, Vol. II, Spring 1974, No. 2, p.110
117. CHILDRESS-BOSS-BEENE. Hazle B. Neet (905 College Ave., Alva, Okla.
73717) is interested in R. B., Abraham, Susan, and Richard Childress.
Richard was born in 1788, died in 1879. His daughter Susan Childress was
born in S. C. Family moved to Walker Co., Ga., and are buried in
Childress Graveyard near Pond Springs. Susan Childress mar. Henry W.
Boss.

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research
Laurens County Estate Book A-1
SCMAR, Vol. VI, Winter 1978, No. 1, p.26
Wit: John Childress, Richard Owings, John Hellams.

SCMAR, Volume IX Number 2, Spring, 1981
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor

For keeping a child of Reubin Wootens in part
James Childress 14 Do
Lucy Childress 14 Do
31 17 8

For Abr Pettit a foolish Lad
James Childress 2 10
Lucy CHildress his wife 2 --

SCMAR, Volume IX Number 2, Spring, 1981
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor
SCMAR, Vol. IX, Spring 1981, No. 2, p.69
We also gave an order on the County Treasurer for 4/10/S We allow James
Childress 3/£. We allow that the Estate of Saml. Warner Deceast, which
we find to be the amt. of 8- 4- 6, was sufficient to pay the Expenses he
was at Wm. Medows and what account the said Meadows has against the
County of none effect.

SCMAR, Volume X Number 3, Summer, 1982
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor (Continued
from Vol. X, p.81)
SCMAR, Vol. X, Summer 1982, No. 3, p.167
2nd Novr 1811, Met agreeable to appointment. Present Patric Tyler, L. P.
Poole, & James Whitten & proceeded to Business. Several persons came
forward with Peter Childress & Petiond, that the District should support
him & we considering so to we took him as a parishioner & set him up to
the Lowest bidder the person taking him to find necessary clothing meat
& drink & give security for their performance if required. Thos.
Thornton took him for one year at $24.75.

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research Volume X
Number 3, Summer, 1982 Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners
of the Poor (Continued from Vol. X, p.81)

SCMAR, Vol. X, Summer 1982, No. 3, p.168
And we allowd. Thos. Thornton $6.50 for clothing for said Peter
Childress for time past
SCMAR, Volume XI Number 1, Winter, 1983
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor (Continued
from Vol. X, p.169
SCMAR, Vol. XI, Winter 1983, No. 1, p.21
I Paid Thos. Thorrenton $31 in part of pay for Keeping Peter Childress.
SCMAR, Volume XI Number 1, Winter, 1983
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor (Continued
from Vol. X, p.169)
SCMAR, Vol. XI, Winter 1983, No. 1, p.22
We allowd. Thos. Thornton $24.75 cts. for keeping Peter Childress one
year it to Expire the 12th of Novm.

SCMAR, Volume XI Number 1, Winter, 1983
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor (Continued
from Vol. X, p.169)
SCMAR, Vol. XI, Winter 1983, No. 1, p.24
Paid Thos. Thorrenton for P. Childress the whole amt.Due him to the 12th
of this Instant $14.50 Thos Thorrenton Took P. Childress for one year
the year to commence the 12th of this Instant at 24.75
Number 1, Winter, 1983
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor (Continued
from Vol. X, p.169)

SCMAR, Vol. XI, Winter 1983, No. 1, p.27
Paid George Thorrention Pr. an order from Thomas
Thorrenton for the use of Peter Childress 10.00

SCMAR, Volume X
Number 3, Summer, 1982
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor (Continued
from Vol. X, p.81)

SCMAR, Vol. X, Summer 1982, No. 3, p.167
2nd Novr 1811, Met agreeable to appointment. Present Patric Tyler, L. P.
Poole, & James Whitten & proceeded to Business. Several persons came
forward with Peter Childress & Petiond, that the District should support
him & we considering so to we took him as a parishioner & set him up to
the Lowest bidder the person taking him to find necessary clothing meat
& drink & give security for their performance if required. Thos.
Thornton took him for one year at $24.75.

SCMAR, Volume X Number 3, Summer, 1982
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor (Continued
from Vol. X, p.81)
SCMAR, Vol. X, Summer 1982, No. 3, p.168
And we allowd. Thos. Thornton $6.50 for clothing for said Peter
Childress for time past.

SCMAR, Volume XI Number 1, Winter, 1983
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor (Continued
from Vol. X, p.169)
SCMAR, Vol. XI, Winter 1983, No. 1, p.21
I Paid Thos. Thorrenton $31 in part of pay for Keeping Peter Childress.

SCMAR, Volume XI Number 1, Winter, 1983
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor (Continued
from Vol. X, p.169)
SCMAR, Vol. XI, Winter 1983, No. 1, p.22
We allowd. Thos. Thornton $24.75 cts. for keeping Peter Childress one
year it to Expire the 12th of Novm.

SCMAR, Volume XI Number 1, Winter, 1983
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor (Continued
from Vol. X, p.169)
SCMAR, Vol. XI, Winter 1983, No. 1, p.24
Paid Thos. Thorrenton for P. Children the whole amt.Due him to the 12th
of this Instant $14.50 Thos Thorrenton Took P. Childress for one year
the year to commence the 12th of this Instant at 24.75 I Paid Thos
Thorrenton for next year 1.00

SCMAR, Volume XI Number 1, Winter, 1983
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor (Continued
from Vol. X, p.169)
SCMAR, Vol. XI, Winter 1983, No. 1, p.27
Paid George Thorrention Pr. an order from Thomas
Thorrenton for the use of Peter Childress 10.00

SCMAR, Volume XI Number 1, Winter, 1983
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor (Continued
from Vol. X, p.169)
SCMAR, Vol. XI, Winter 1983, No. 1, p.27
Peter Childress (a Parishioner) his year commences 12th Novr. he draws
Pr Year $24.75

SCMAR, Volume XII Number 2, Spring, 1984
Spartanburgh County Records of the Commissioners of the Poor (Continued
from Vol. XII, p.18)
Peter Childress 2nd April 1821 Ordered that Peter Childress be allowed
Twenty nine Dollars 75 cents per year, commencing from the 22 March
last..John Childress Agent....1822 5 Augt. Paid John Childress per
mother note...Nov.r. 17 12.58 1721 Paid John Childress.......22 March
1822 Peter Childress is
allowed 20 Dollars per year from this date John Childress Agent give
him up 1st Feby.1823.....1 Feby. 1823 30.00
Paid John Childress in full up to date

Marriage Notices from The Southern Christian Advocate, 1867-1878 Issue
of December 3, 1873 page 214
Marriages, Southern Christian Advocate, 1867-1878
In Cave Spring, Ga., Nov. 13th, 1873, by Rev. B. B. Quillian, Mr. J. E.
Childress, of Rutherford county, Tenn., to Miss Sue D. Irwin, daughter
of G. W. Irwin, of the former place.

Source Information:
Wells, Lawrence K, and Brent H. Holcomb, eds. South Carolina Magazine of
Ancestral Research, Vol. 1-20 [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com,
1999-. Original data from: Wells, Lawrence K, and Brent H. Holcomb, eds.
The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research. Vol. I-XX (20).
Columbia, S.C.: SCMAR, 1973-1992.
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Georgia Marriages to 1850
Marriage Date
Childress,John M......Crandall,Martha.........Aug 27 1843
Childress,Jesse.......Reeve,Jane L............Nov 24 1842
Childress,Robert......Carter,Sarah............Aug 02 1809
Childress,John........Golisby,Sally...........Mar 19 1796
Childress,Sabrina.....Banks,William...........Jul 01 1829
Childres,Elbridge G...Gray,Martha Ann.........Feb 17 1848
Childres,James........Watson,Mary.............Oct 26 1845
Childres,John Sr......Price,Celia[Mrs]........Feb 27 1818
Childres,Guilford.....Collins,Niny............Sep 01 1818
Childrey,Agness.......Hogden,William..........Dec 11 1787
Childers,Abram........Anderson,Judy...........Oct 01 1835
Childers,Benjamin F...Brown,Caroline......... Dec 18 1849
Childers,James M......Garner,Catherine........Sep 14 1834
Childers,Winfrey......Hawkins,Nancy...........Dec 28 1834
Childers,Osborn.......Burton,Malinda..........Jun 28 1815
Childers,Holman.......Colbert,Martha..........Feb 24 1819
Childers,John S.......Burton,Permelia.........Jan 04 1821
Childers,Jesse C......Ferguson,Peggy..........Nov 21 1822
Childers,William B....Hudson,Nancy L..........Aug 06 1826
Childers,Seborn.......Rich,Permelia...........Jun 28 1827
Childers,John.........Jourdan,Ann.............Aug 26 1847
Childers,Thomas.......Vickry,Milly............Mar 11 1832
Childers,Nathaniel....Sanders,Eliza...........May 17 1838
Childers,John B.......Lundy,Penelope..........Dec 23 1824
Childers,John B.......Lundy,Martha............Jul 31 1833
Childers,Henry........Moreland,Rebecca........Dec 16 1821
Childers,John.........Hammock,Nancy...........Jan 17 1821
Childers,Josiah.......Chapman,Hannah..........Jul 17 1825
Childers,Joshua.......Clark,Jincey............Mar 05 1829
Childers,Sutton.......Sledge,Catherine........Dec 29 1833
Childers,Charles......Watson,Martha...........Dec 25 1850
Childers,Thomas.......Braswell,Tabitha........Jan 01 1816
Childers,Thomas.......Garrett,Milly...........Dec 11 1823
Childers,John.........Ellis,Polly Ann.........Aug 21 1850
Childers,James J......Bragg,Elizabeth A.......Jul 07 1841
Childers,Daniel M.....Landers,Priscilla A.....Oct 24 1845
Childers,William......Killpatrick,Eliza.......Oct 05 1830
Childers,Douglas......Chisholm,Amanda.........Dec 18 1838
Childers,D.A..........Dixon,Epsey.............Dec 08 1844
Childers,Jesse........Killain,Nancy Caroline..Sep 12 1845

Source Information:
Dodd, Jordan. Georgia Marriages to 1850. [database online] Provo, UT:
Ancestry.com, 1997. Electronic transcription of marriage records held by
the individual counties in Georgia.
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Georgia Tax Index, 1789-99

NAME COUNTY DISTRICT YEAR PAGE NOTES
CHILDRES,JOHN OGLETHORPE MATTHEWS 1798 35

Source Information:
Jeffery, Alice. Georgia Tax Index. Orem, UT: Ancestry, Inc., 1998.
Before this century, taxation was often based on property ownership. As
a result of this, and other cultural constraints, most of those taxed
were male landowners., this database is an index of tax records held by
the state government.


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