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From: "Carol Queen" <>
Subject: [QUEEN-L] queen
Date: Mon, 24 Aug 1998 00:16:33 -0700
Read what Don sent, but after seeing this I think the scenario would be
different. I don't see how Lewis could be Lewis Sr. son. It appears he is
John R. Queens son., this would still make Nancy Carson his aunt. See what
you can make of it.
Am sending a file I have on John R. and Lewis Queen.
Unfortunately, it's going to be somewhat messy. I use tab stops to identify
children in a family. Also, looks a bit messy overall. With patience,
perhaps you can sort it out.
Please chek your Clarisworks to see what types of file it will accept. WP
allows me to save in formats other than WP, thus I may be able to save into
which is acceptable to Clarisworks. This would allow me to transmit a clear
?John R. Queen was born in 1803 and married Mary. Per Dorothy
Conner, he came by himself from Henderson County to the Johns
Creek, Mills River Section.
Known Descendants are:
Nancy Queen (b. 1828)
Rev. Lewis (Louis) Queen (b. 6-29-1830 d. 4-1-1909)
Martha Queen (b. 1838)
Rev. Lewis (Louis) Queen (b. 6-29-1830 d. 4-1-1909) married Lucinda Brown
6-26-1837 d. 11-18-1910)
Rev. Lewis Queen was reported as pastor of Johns Creek Church in the East
area in Bransons North Carolina Business Directory for 1872, 1877-78
The 1884 directory also lists a Lewis Queen as a magistrate in the Caney
Both Lewis and Lucinda are buried in the Queen Cemetery near Johns Creek.
Known Descendants are:
M.M. Queen (f) (b. 1855)
J. L. Queen (b. 1857)
H.D.K. Queen (b. 1859)
Samuel J. Queen (b. 12-26-1861 d. 10-28-1924) m. Sarah M. (Fortner?) b.
d. 12-25-1943) Both are buried in Queen Cemetery near Johns Creek.
William Lewis Queen (b. 3-17-1882 d. 4-8-1976) Buried in Queen Cemetery
Aveler Queen (b. 12-1884)
Steve Queen (b. 3-1888)
Geneva Queen (b. 10-1892)
Dewitt Queen (b. 6-1895) In June 1981, Dewitt was living in the Johns Creek
recalled that his graandfather was Lewis and his grandmother was Lucinda.
He thought that his great grandfather was John R. and his great great
Americus Queen from Ireland. He said that 3 brothers came from Ireland to
S. C. then one to Bryson, 1 to Haywood and 1 to Jackson Co. One was Hencley
or Hensley and he married Becky Akin. (Dewitt: Rt 6, Box 139, Cullowhee NC
Mack Queen (Donald Williams (Butch) with Diagraph
(803-233-3961), said to tell Mack that Marys husband said to take me to a
Callie Queen (b. 6-1897)
Walter Queen (b. 3-1900)
Thomas H. Queen (b. 6-1864 d. 1923) m. Mattie (b. 5-1864 d. 1914) Both
Queen Cemetery, Johns Creek
H. H. Queen (b. 4-1883)
J. L. Queen (b. 5-1885)
J. C. Queen (b. 9-1886)
Mauce Queen (b. 10-1889)
Belk Queen (b. 1-1892)
Columbus Queen (b. 10-1894)
Frank Queen (b. 9-1898)
Jasper S. Queen (b. 1866)
Eda C. Queen (b. 1868)
Albert Queen (b. 3-12-1879 d. 4-15-1943) m. Ellen (b. 2-26-1876 d. 4-1-1956)
Both are buried in Queen Cemetery, Johns Creek area.
Note: Dorothy Connor (9 Crestview Heights, Sylva 704-586-2375 [6-26-89]) Her
was Claude Queen. His parents: Rev. Lewis Queen & Lucinda