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From: "Ida M. Lancaster" <>
Subject: [Fwd: Henry Warnell, Alamo Defender]
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 1999 22:05:49 -0800


here is the file referred to from the DAR books --

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 77
page 55
Mrs. Mary Walker Edwards.
DAR ID Number: 76142
Born in Colorado, Tex.
Wife of Thomas Earle Edwards.
Descendant of Sergt. Allen Walker, Capt. Thomas McCrory, William Johnston,
John Motheral, William Pruitt, William Pruitt, Jr., James Currie, John
Peacock, John Peacock, Jr., James Knox, Lieut. John Knox, John Thompson,
James Thompson, Nathan Coffey, Joel Coffey, Abraham Eoff, and John Worrell.
Daughter of John Allen Walker, Jr. (b. 1862), and Mary Elizabeth Peacock (b.
1863), his wife, m. 1886.
See No. 76141.
[p.55] Granddaughter of John Allen Walker (1831-62) and Caledonia Pruitt
(1838-99), his wife, m. 1856.
Gr-granddaughter of Joel Walker (1789-1844) and Mary Motheral (1798-1862),
his wife, m. 1830; Jacob M. Pruitt (1816-90) and Nancy P. Johnston (1818-83),
his wife, m. 1836.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Allen Walker and Esther McCrory (1768-1845), his wife,
m. 1784; Joseph Johnston (1786-1845) and Polly Darden (b. 1790), his wife, m.
1808; John Motheral and Jane Currie (1759-1833), his wife, m. 1783; William
Pruitt (b. 1782) and Sally Cavitt (1786-1830), his wife, m. 1804.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas McCrory and Hannah Crawford, his wife, m.
1756; Samuel Johnston (b. 1763) and Ann Hall, his wife, m. 1784; James Currie
and Mary Catherine Armstrong (1732-79), his wife, m. 1758; William Pruitt,
Jr., and Nancy Richey (1766-1838), his wife, m. 1781.
Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Johnston and Elizabeth Dickey, his wife,
m. 1756; William Pruitt and Mary Martin (b. 1745), his wife, m. 1759.
Allen Walker (1758-1817) served as sergeant, 1780, in the North Carolina
militia. He was born in North Carolina; died in Centerville, Tenn.
Thomas McCrory (1735-88) served as captain of a company in the 9th regiment,
under the commands of Major William Polk and Colonel Williams, Continental
Line. He was born in Antrim, Ireland.
William Johnston (1735-98) served as private in Capt. Martin Pfefer's 2nd
troop of Light Dragoons, North Carolina Line. He was born in Philadelphia,
Pa.; died in Rowan County, N. C.
John Motheral (1755-1824) served as private in the North Carolina militia. He
was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Williamson County, Tenn.
William Pruitt (1739-89) served as private in the Virginia militia. He was
living in Fincastle County, Va., 1771, and during the Revolution.
William Pruitt, Jr. (1761-1844), served as private in the Virginia militia.
He was living in Fincastle County, Va., 1771, and during the Revolution.
James Currie (1737-90) served as a private in the North Carolina militia. He
was born in Lancaster, Pa.; died in Caswell County, N. C.
Also No. 74985.

The first file referred to is --

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 77
page 54
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Peacock Walker.
DAR ID Number: 76141
Born in Daingerfield, Tex.
Wife of John Allen Walker.
Descendant of John Peacock, John Peacock, Jr., James Knox, Lieut. John Knox,
John Thompson, James Thompson, Nathan Coffey, Joel Coffey, Abraham Eoff, and J
ohn Worrell.
Daughter of John C. C. Peacock (1824-69) and Elizabeth Coffey (1827-62), his
wife, m. 1848.
Granddaughter of John Peacock (1786-1848) and Zilpha Thompson (1790-1852),
his wife, m. 1810; Joel Coffey (1790-1850) and Mary Knox (1798-1874), his
wife, m. 1817.
Gr-granddaughter of John Peacock, Jr., and Mary Thompson (b. 1758), his wife,
m. 1778; James Thompson and Mildred Williams (1760-1829), his wife, m. 1780;
Nathan Coffey and Mary Saunders (1770-1838), his wife, m. 1785; John Knox and
Elizabeth Eoff (1771-1842), his wife, m. 1789.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Peacock and Priscilla Worrell (1746-1805), his
1st wife, m. 1760; John Thompson and Rachel Peacock (1732-1802), his wife, m.
1748 (parents of Mary); Joel Coffey and Martha Sealey (b. 1737), his wife, m.
1753; James Knox and Elizabeth Craig (1719-1822), his wife, m. 1735; Abraham
Eoff and Catherine (d. 1795), his wife, m. 1755.
[p.54] Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Worrell and Priscilla (b. 1729), his
wife, m. 1745.
John Peacock (1740-1829) served as private in Col. John Patten's regiment of
North Carolina. He was born in Virginia; died in Wayne County, N. C.
John Peacock, Jr. (1760-1828), lived in Wayne County, N. C., where he served
as private in the North Carolina militia. He was wounded, making him lame the
rest of his life.
James Knox (1713-85) was a patriot of South Carolina. He was born in
Scotland; died in South Carolina.
John Knox (1748-1818) served as lieutenant under the commands of Captains
Brown, Walker, and McClure, Colonels Sumter and Lacy, South Carolina Line.
His widow received a pension on claim executed in 1842. He was born in
Scotland; died in Pulaski County, Ky.
John Thompson (1722-84) served as private, 1777, in Captain Cole's 4th
regiment, North Carolina militia. He was born in Craven County; died in Wayne
County, N. C.
James Thompson (1755-1838) served as private in Captain Bynum's company of
North Carolina militia. He was born at Eastern, N. C.; died in Morris County,
Tex.
Nathan Coffey (1760-1823) served as private in the North Carolina militia. He
was born in Anson, N. C.; died in Jackson County, Ala.
Joel Coffey (1730-89) served as private in the North Carolina militia. He was
born in Virginia; died in Wilkes County, N. C.
Abraham Eoff (1730-88) served as private under the command of Lieutenant
Spatz, Berks County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Somerset County, N.
J.; died in Berks County, Pa.
John Worrell (1724-89) served as private in Captain Carter's company of North
Carolina militia. He died in Wayne County, N. C.

The other file referred to doesn't include John Worrell. --Wilene

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