Descendants of Timothy DALTON
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Descendants of Timothy DALTON

FIRST GENERATION
(1) Timothy1 DALTON was born about 1690 at England, and married (2) ELIZABETH. Timothy died in 1767 at Albermarle Co., Va.
Notes for Timothy DALTON:
THE DALTONS OF LANCASHIRE
A lecture/talk given by Dr. Lucy Joan Slater, Editor and Secretary, Dalton Genealogical Society, Cambridge, England

In 1086 in the Doomsday book, there are three places called Dalton. Dalton near Wigan. Dalton in Furness and Dalton near Kirkby Stephen. The name Dalton only occurs as a place name, not as a surname. It simply means "of the hill village." The earliest Dalton we hear of as a named man is Michael of Dalton, the Abbot of Furness Abbey in 1136.

There is a tradition that there was a man known as Le Sieur de Dalton, who was the head of the village of Dalton. He had two sons, one known as Dalton of Byspham and a second son, Symon, and a grandson, John Dalton, who was still alive in 1193. Also Le Sieur went with the Earl of Manchester, on behalf of King Stephen to treat with Henry II in France for his return to England in 1154. This man may have been called Walter and there is a tradition that when he had finished his business in France, he got the King of France's daughter into trouble and had to do a quick exit to Ireland. There he settled and founded the Irish Daltons, who call themselves Daliton or Daton.

Another tradition says that three brothers, sons of John, went to the Crusades in the late 1100's. One of them, Sir Richard Dalton, killed a Saracen in the Holy Land and was given the green Griffen on the crest of the coat of arms which the family carried for their services to King Richard. The description of the shield is: a silver Lion Rampant Guardant on an azure shield with gold crosslets. In the Heraldic language it is: a shield azure propre, or crussely, a lion, rampant, guardant, argant and the crest is a dragon's head vert, between two wings or.

The Flower's Visitation of Yorkshire in 1563-4 gave the main pedigree of the Dalton family. It started with Sir Rychard of Byspham born about 1230 and holding the manors of Byspham in Lancashire and Kirkby Misperton in Yorkshire. He had two sons, Sir Robert and Sir John. Sir John held the manor of Kirkby in 1332 and founded the Yorkshire line of Daltons. Sir Robert was born in 1284 and died in 1350. About 1320, he married Mary, the daughter of Sir Thomas Lathom and she bore him a son, Sir John Dalton. Sir Robert had sided with the Earl of Lancaster who was beheaded in 1322 and Sir Robert was confined to Pontifract Castle for a time. However, his friends raised a ransom for him, so he was released and allowed to go back to his home at Byspham Manor. In 1327, when Edward II came to the throne, the fine was returned to Sir Robert and he was made Keeper of the Royal Forests and then the Constable of the Tower of London.

In the spring of 1346, King Edward prepared to invade France. He assembled the greatest army seen in England up to that date. With the King were his son, Richard the Black Prince, 12 Earls, over 1000 Knights, 4000 esquires, 20,000 archers and an unnumbered host of yeomen, blacksmiths, messengers, masons, cooks, minstrels and other camp followers.

So we can imagine Sir Robert riding from his home in Byspham, clad in his best armour, wearing his plumed helm and carrying his great broad sword, his lance and with his shield in azure blue with the silver lion on his chest. He would be riding his great war horse which would be clad in armour. By his side was his son, Sir John, also in his best armour and behind them an esquire carrying a banner with the full coat of arms embroidered on it, complete with the green Griffen. They were also accompanied by a priest who bore a portable altar and some new winding sheets, just in case things did not go too well. [Winding sheets were burial sheets or palls.] The party rode down through Lancashire gathering more men of arms at every town and joined the Earl of Manchester. Then they brought the French to face them at Crecy, one of the most historical battles of all time. The English had the new technology of the day, bows and arrows, and of course easily won the battle.

All went well with Sir Robert and his son and there must have been many prayers of thankfulness raised when they rode back to Byspham. No doubt their war horses were not so frisky and their coats of arms a bit sullied, but they were alive.

Now we come to one of the wildest deeds ever committed, even by such wild men as the Daltons. After his return from Crecy, Sir John thought it was time he took a wife. He fancied Margery, wife of Gerard de Lisle. She was said to be one of the most beautiful women in England at the time and was rumored to be the mistress of the King's second son, Lionel, who was about 20. She had been married twice before and had inherited a manor near Reading, so she was a rich woman in her own right. On Good Friday, March 31, 1347, John Dalton and six companions attacked the Manor House, killed Margery's uncle and one of her man servants, stole 1000 pounds in gold and other goods, seized her and carried her off to the North. These facts are all recorded in the Court Rolls. One translation of the document says that John Dalton married her that same day. Another version says that "he had his way with her." In any case, Lionel was not pleased and his father issued writs against the seven men to be apprehended and put into the Tower. When they could not be caught, old Sir Robert Dalton was taken and imprisoned in their place, in the Tower, where he had once been the Constable. The hue and cry was raised throughout the land, but John and his friends took refuge with friends in Lancashire and were not caught. After a few months, Sir Robert was released.

Six months later, the dreaded Black Death swept through England and the doings of John Dalton were forgotten. Half the population died during the next two years and there were not enough strong men even to bury the dead.

Margery died in 1349 and John went on to do such good service in the wars in France, that he petitioned the King who then pardoned him for the ravishment of Margery. His father, Sir Robert, died in 1350 and John returned home to Byspham Hall where he married a daughter of Sir Henry Hussey, had two sons and died in 1369.

The family continued to live at Byspham until 1556. They were staunch Catholics and this fact brought severe penalties on them in the Tudor period. They were often fined as recusants and forced to sell their treasures. Finally they sold Byspham and moved to Thurnham Hall which they also owned. There they lived in reasonable peace until the Civil War raged up and down England.

In 1640, Col. Thomas Dalton raised a troop of horsemen from his estates round Thurnham and joined the famous cavalry of Prince Rupert, the second son of Charles I. These were known as the Cavaliers. They went to the first battle of Newbury, where over 1000 men were killed and then to the second battle of Newbury where another 1000 men died and Thomas himself was fatally wounded. Oliver Cromwell's men had muskets with which they shot the horses. The Cavaliers had thigh boots with high heels and large spurs, so, without a horse, they could hardly walk, never mind run away or stand and fight.

There were six other Daltons killed in the two battles of Newbury, and another ten male Daltons killed at the battle of Worcester, including a Walter Dalton. He was descended from one of the younger sons of Byspham Hall and he had settled in Oxfordshire. His son, Walter, was too young to go to the battle so he was left behind in the camp. When his father was brought back fatally wounded, young Walter got together his mother and various aunts and uncles and cousins. He loaded them, his dying father, and the army pay chest onto carts and took them away into Wales, where he settled and established the Welsh line of Daltons. From these, a large family of Daltons went to America before 1775. Mark Ardeth Dalton of California has documented them. The main family continued to live at Thurnham, producing more daughters than sons, until finally, the last of them--Elzira--died in 1953, still Catholic.

In 1666, after the Civil War was over and Charles II was on the throne, an order was made, known as the Act of Settlement. This ordered every man wandering England after the recent wars, to make his way back to his own village or to settle somewhere else by marrying a local girl. One of these wanderers was John Dalton. He probably came from Croston or Dalton and was trying to make his way home when he found and married Eleanor, the daughter of Thomas Jackson, who owned a coal pit in Oldham. From this union I have traced my own family, over six hundred people who have some Dalton blood in them.

They were not Knights or Cavaliers but ordinary working men and women. They had however, some brains and organizing ability. About 1770, three brothers living in West Oldham, got the idea that instead of women spinning wool and cotton in their own homes, they would get the women to work together in a large shed. This would be more profitable for those who sold the cotton and bought the finished yarn. This was the start of the great cotton mills in Oldham. One brother, Robert, organized the business; a second, John, went to Holland to buy some of the new machines called Dutch Wheels which could spin a dozen threads at once. A third brother, James, went to see the new machines for weaving that Arkwright had patented. Like the earlier Dalton families, my family tended to produce daughters rather than sons.

[Sent, with Dr. Slater's permission, to the DGLetter by one of its own members, Millicent V. Craig, North American Secretary of the Dalton Genealogical Society of England . This talk was given at a gathering of over 30 Dalton cousins at Chorley, Lancashire, England on July 4, 1996. They were from the village of Croston, just a few miles from Byspham, mentioned in the talk.]
Children:
3 + Timothy2 DALTON b.c 1715 d. Apr 24 1775
4 + Elizabeth DALTON b. 1715
5 + William DALTON b.c 1720
6 + Richard DALTON b.c 1720
d. 1774 7 + John DALTON b.c 1720 d. 1787

SECOND GENERATION
(3) Timothy2 DALTON, (Timothy1 DALTON) was born about 1715 at Luneburg Co., Virginia, USA, and married (8) Elizabeth TALBOT who was born about 1715 at Virginia. Timothy died on Apr 24, 1775 at Bedford Co., Virginia, USA.
Notes for Timothy DALTON:
On pg 9 "Tax List of Montgomery County, Virginia 1782" by Mary B. Kegley: listed are Rubin, Samuel, Timothy and William DALTON, all over 21 with William and Rubin listed as land owners. Montgomery County in 1782 included territory now covered by several counties in WV, as well as Giles, Bland, Pulaski, Floyd, Carroll, Grayson, Wythe, and parts of Smyth and Tazewell in Virginia

On pg 91 of "Marriage Bonds of Bedford County, Virginia, 1755-1800" by E.S. Dennis & J.E. Smith: Timothy DAULTON is listed under the index of Wills; his will was probated 24 Apr 1775. On pg 2 Elizabeth DALTON married William Arthur Jr 24 Jun 1762; consent of Timothy DALTON.
Children:
9 + James3 DALTON b. 1738 d. 1811
10 + William DALTON b.c 1740 d. Jan 14 1811
11 + Elizabeth DALTON b.c 1740
12 + David DALTON b.c 1740 d. 1802
13 + Robert DALTON b.c 1741 d. 1779
14 + Timothy DALTON b.c 1745
15 + Samuel DALTON b. 1748 d. 1798
16 + Reuben DALTON b. 1752 d. Jan 27 1822
17 + John F. DALTON b. 1754 d. Apr 3 1833

(4) Elizabeth2 DALTON, (Timothy1 DALTON) was born in 1715 at Lunenburg Co., Virginia, USA, and married (18) James BOBBITT, son of William BOBBITT and Mary GREEN, who was born in 1707 at Rocky Run, Prince George Co, Virginia, USA. James died in 1761 at Antrim Pr, Halifax Co., Virginia, USA.
Notes for Elizabeth DALTON:
* Query from James F. Klumpp Does anyone know the evidence on which John Bobbitt concluded that Elizabeth, wife of James Bobbit, was a Dalton and daughter of Timothy? This could be reasoned from the fact that Timothy sells land cheap to two children of this pair and grandparents often did that to grandchildren. But Timothy originally sold the land in question to James Bobbit for considerably more money and these small deeds could be seen as confirming the earlier (and lost) deed after James' death. The grant of this land to the children is contained in James' will included in the posting and James indicates that he had already bought it. I can find no other deeds that "prove" the children "considered Timothy and Elizabeth Dalton their grandparents." In short, the cheap sale does not necessarily indicate that this is a sale to grandchildren. It may have been cheap because it was simply confirming an earlier sale. Can anyone prove my more doubtful theory wrong?

The posting from Bobbit's book noted the difficulty of the bonding for Elizabeth Dalton's marriage to Timothy Dalton. My doubts about the marriage to James Bobbit would be a solution to this problem.

Notes for James BOBBITT: Proved in Halifax County in 1761 (Halifax, W. B. 0-131)

Additional information regarding birth and lineage added 1/26/94 from Churchs CD ROM.

submitted by Melanie Crain

A very well-documented book by John W. Bobbitt, entitled "The Bobbitt Family in America," Publ: Washington D.C. 1985, gives some different and extended facts on this family and its relationship to the Dalton family. Up to this time, Nancy Samuelson, authoress of "The Dalton Gang Story" has been the major source for details about the Bobbitts. Excerpts below are extracted from the book of John W. Bobbitt:

p. 260: "James Bobbitt [1707-1761] was born and reared on the plantation of William Bobbitt Junior who lived on Rocky Run in Prince George County Virginia. He was trained to raise tobacco, and run a grist mill. Apparently James Bobbitt did not marry until he was about 27 or 28 years old in the year of 1734.

James Bobbitt married a widow by the name of Elizabeth Bennett. Elizabeth a young widow had one child, a son, by the name of Richard Bennett. The Bennett family was a well established family of Surry County Virginiax"

p. 261: "The interesting fact of this marriage was that we have found that Elizabeth's maiden name was Dalton. She was the daughter of Timothy and Elizabeth Dalton of Bedford County Virginia.

James Bobbitt took Elizabeth (Dalton) Bennett, and her son, Richard Bennett, to his plantation on the banks of the Pigg River [in Pittsylvania County]. At the time, Timothy Dalton owned land adjoining the plantation of James Bobbitt. The Dalton family was a large family in Pittsylvania County Virginia"

[Three of James' land acquisitions are quoted on this page; those in 1758 and 1759 were in Bedford County, two of which were on the Otter River]

"In 1752, James Bobbitt was counted in a list of tithables by John Phelps and listed as being taxed for two tithables. The two taxables were James Bobbitt, and his step son, Richard Bennett. Timothy Dalton was in the same tax list with only one tithable."

p. 262: "In the Common Pleas Court, book 1, between 1752 and 1755, James Bobbitt was called into court twelve times for failing to report his taxable sonsx It took James Bobbitt several years and several thousand pounds of tobacco to learn that he eventually had to comply with the lawx

"James Bobbitt became ill in March of 1761 and on March 13, 1761 he wrote his will. He mentions all of his mature children in his will, including his stepson, Richard Bennett, and his wife Elizabeth. The will was recorded in Halifax County Virginia, in Will Book O, page 131."

p. 263: Will of James Bobbitt 1761, probated 20 Aug 1761:

"xI give to my son John, law's Richard Bennit, the remaining part of the above mentioned tract of land on the north side of Pigg River, according to the river courses of the patentxalso a tract of land surveyed by John Adams adjoining the line of the above said land to the said Richard Bennitt also to him and his heirs forever in consideration whereof the said Richard Bennit is to pay James Bobbitt eleven pounds at the time the said Bobbitt shall come of age, provided he die before he shall have issue or come to age, the money to be paid to Randall Bobbit." [The author was reading from a handwritten will. Since the first line does not make absolute sense, the line may have read: I give to my son "heir at" law Richard Bennit.]

"xI give to my son William Bobbitt that part of the tract of land I had of Timothy Dalton lying on the south side of Pigg Rivert o him and his heirs and assigns forever, he paying likewise to the said James Bobbitt Junior, the sum of seven pounds in like manor as the said Richard Bennitx"

p. 264 [continuation of the Will] "xI give to my son John Bobbitt the remainder of the tract of land I had of this said Dalton on the north side of Pigg River, he paying the sum of eight pounds in mannor above as to the above said Randall Bobbittx"

"xI lend to my loving wife Elizabeth during my [her?] widow[hood?], my negro, Joe, with all the rest of my estate equally to be divided between my loving wife, Elizabeth Bobbitt, Dinah Jinnings, Ann Hinson, Mary Bobbitt, Livisa Bobbit, James Bobbit, and Randall Bobbitt.

"xI do constitute and appoint my loving wife Elizabeth Bobbit, executrix and my loving friends Robert Baber and Hugh Innis, executors to this my last will and testamentx"

Signed and delivered in presence of: Benjamin Henkle [or Hensle?], Amos Choin? [Choice?], John Dutton [or Dalton?] [-all brackets are those of Melanie. In this case where the book's author apparently was having difficulty reading names, I have suggested names which were known in the area. For 'Henkle' the obvious misreading could be the 's' which looked like an 'f' or 'k' in contemporary script.]

pp. 264-5

Family Group of James and Elizabeth (Dalton) Bobbitt "xa calculated list of ages of the eight [Bobbitt] childrenx"

Richard Bennitt, stepson m. Mary Dalton Dinah Bobbitt b. 1739 m. Jonathan Jennings Ann Bobbitt b. 1741 m. James? Henson John Bobbitt b. 1742 m. Sarah Gibson William Bobbitt b. 1744 m. Ann McKenzie Livisa Bobbitt b. 1746 m. James Cockran James Bobbitt, Jr b. 1748 m. Elizabeth McKenzie Randolph Bobbitt b. 1752 m. Fanny Walden Mary Bobbitt b. 1754 m. Richard Bennitt

[I cannot explain the two Richard Bennitts above: one who marries Mary Dalton and one who marries Mary Bobbitt.-MC]

p. 267: "We do not know what happened to Elizabeth Bobbitt. The last time she is mentioned in any record is in the list of tithables taken in 1767: Elizabeth Bobbitt and her negro Joe Bobbitt 1 tithable"

[Here emerges a delicate little problem: there is an Elizabeth Dalton who married William Arthur, Jr. in 1762, Bedford County, consent given by Timothy Dalton. The 1767 tithables list of Camden Parish proves that the Elizabeth who married William Arthur is not the Elizabeth who was James Bobbitt's widow. Can anyone add any information to this dilemma?]

p. 268: "We can find no evidence that James Bobbitt was married before he married the widow Elizabeth Bennett. The records indicate that all of the children mentioned in the will were mothered by Elizabeth Bobbitt. The records show that the children considered Timothy and Elizabeth Dalton of Bedford County Virginia to be their maternal grand-parents. There are two deeds which prove that Elizabeth's maiden name was Dalton, and that the Dalton family considered John and William Bobbitt to be their grandsons.

January 5, 1764 - Halifax County Virginia records. "Timothy Dalton, and Elizabeth his wife, of the County of Bedford, and John Bobbitt of Halifax County, for five shillings, paid by John Bobbitt for 160 acres of land on the north side of Pigg River, being the plantation whereon the said John Bobbitt now lives."

January 6, 1764 - Halifax County Virginia records. "Timothy Dalton, and Elizabeth his wife, of the County of Bedford, and William Bobbitt of Halifax County, for five shillings, paid by William Bobbitt, for 240 acres of land on the south side of the Pigg River, being land whereon the said William Bobbitt now lives."

"xFive shillings was token payment to make the deeds legal and have the deeds recorded. xJames and Randolph were much too young to be eligible to receive land gifts from their grandparents."

Tracking the Bobbitt heirs:

DINAH and ANN p. 265: "Dinah Bobbitt Jennings, and Ann Bobbitt Henson were married at the time of the will in 1761. Both of these daughters were older and by the time of the list of tithables [Pittsylvania County 1767 Tithables Liest] were living in Grayson county Virginiax"

JOHN BOBBITT p. 267: "John Bobbitt lived on the banks of Pigg River until 1810 at which time he sold his land and moved to Montgomery County where he died alone in 1814. x[His] descendants went to Amherst and to Grayson County, later some of his descendants went to Kanawha and Monroe counties." p. 269: Service in the Revolutionary War: 24 Sept 1778 - Court Order Book 4, pg 156, Pittsylvania Co: September Court: John Bobbitt, producing a commission appointing him as Second Lieutenant in the Militia of this County, took the oath by law prescribed." p. 531: "In 1776 Randolph Bobbitt married Fanny Walden, the daughter of Richard and Candace (Hubbard) Walden." "Randolph lived his entire life in Pittsylvania County, Virginia. He died at the age of 83 on land that originally belonged to his father on the south side of the Pigg River near Frying Pan Creek."

WILLIAM BOBBITT p. 664: William was born in 1744 in Prince George County, Virginia. When William was 15 years old, his family moved to Halifax Co. p. 267: "William and his brother James Bobbitt moved from the property in Pittsylvania County to what was then called Fincastle County, later known as Montgomery County Virginia. xThe descendants of William Bobbitt divided into Grayson County Virginia and into Pulaski County Kentucky, later migrating to Missouri and several western states." p. 269: Service in the Revolutionary War: 4 Mar 1778 - Court Order Book 2, pg 164, Montgomery County: March Court: William Bobbet was recommended as Captain in part of Captain Trigg's Company. p. 668: 22 Feb 1802 - Grayson County, Book 1, pp 480-481 Two deeds on these pages included Daltons: John and William Dalton were witnesses for one deed; William Dalton bought land in the other deed from James Bennet, who had previously purchased the land from James Bobbitt. The author notes that John and William Dalton were first cousins of Captain William Bobbitt. p. 670: 27 June 1818: Grayson County: the sale of inventory and personal property in the estate of William Bobbitt, dec'd. Those who purchased items included: James Bobbitt, Nancy Bobbitt, Thomas Bobbitt, Randolph Bobbitt, Robert Bobbitt, Timothy Dalton, William Bobbitt, Easau Worrell, William Phillips.

JAMES BOBBITT p. 267: "The descendants of James Bobbitt went to Kentucky and some into Indiana." p. 270: "xserved in the Revolutionary War under his brother Capt. William Bobbitt. The federeal government set aside a large tract of land in Kentucky and Tennessee to be granted to men who served in the war of the revolution. James Bobbitt received 200 acres of land on Buck Creek, on October 27, 1798 in what was then Lincoln County, Kentucky and is today Pulaski County. Book 26, page 365." p. 271: "The first record of James Bobbitt outside of Pittsylvania County was in Montgomery County, Virginia in that section that later became Grayson County, and later is today Carroll County: 'Survey for James Bobbitt, December 7, 1782, 150 acres of land on Big Reed Island Creek, branch of New River.' xShortly after James Bobbitt received the land grant located in Pualski County, Kentucky, he and his family moved from Virginia. Many relatives moved with James, mostly the McKenzies, his sister Jane Bobbitt Morgan, various members of the Williams family and others from the Grayson County area."

RANDOLPH BOBBITT p. 267: "Randolph x the youngest son, lived and died near the ancestoral home property in Pittsylvania County. x[His] descnedants remained for the most part in Pittsylvania County, some did migrate to Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana." p. 269: Service in the Revolutionary War: Mar 1781 - Court Order Bk 4, pg 359, Pittsylvania Co: March Court: Randolph Bobbitt, producing a commission appointing him Ensign in the Militia of this County, took the oath by law prescribed. May 1782 - Court Order Bk 4, pg 400, Pittsylvania Co: Randolph Bobbitt is appointed First, and Bowker Smith Second, Lieutenants to Captain Robert Daltons Company of the Militia of this County. p. 522: Randolph and Fanny had a daughter, Mildred [daughter of Lewis Dalton], who married Thomas Bobbitt on 9 Dec 1815. Other children were: Charles W., Lewis, Randolph, Mourning, and Lucy. p. 619: Thomas and Mildred followed their son James to Ohio in 1855; Thomas died in 1859 and was buried in Antioch, Clinton Co, Ohio; Mildred died in 1884 and was buried next to her husband.
Children:
19 + Diannah3 BOBBITT b.c 1730 d.a 1795
20 + Ann BOBBITT b. 1741
21 + John BOBBITT b. 1742 d. 1816
22 + William BOBBITT, Capt. b. 1744 d. Aug 15 1817
23 + Livisa BOBBITT b. 1746
24 + James BOBBITT, Jr. b. 1748
25 + Randolph BOBBITT b. 1752
26 + Mary BOBBITT b. 1754

She also married (27) Richard BENNETT who was born about 1715 at Lunenburg Co., Va.

Notes for Richard BENNETT: Just to make sure that this Richard Bennett is not mistaken for the Gov. of Virginia.
Richard Bennett Gov of Va 1652. In Boddie's 17th Cent Isle of Wight the wife of Gov Richard Bennett is listed as "Mary Anne, widow or daughter of Captain John Utie of Ultimara, York County, Virginia." Other sources have Richard Bennett's wife as the daughter of Robert Barham and Katherine Filmer. Has this been successfully decided? Was she Mary Anne Barham who married a UTIE and then married 2nd Gov Bennett?
Thanks for any help. judyr@franklin.uga.edu
Children:
28 + Richard3 BENNETT b.c 1750

THIRD GENERATION
(9) James3 DALTON, (Timothy2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born in 1738 at Bedford Co., Va, and married (29) ELIZABETH. James died in 1811 at Franklin Co., Va.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(10) William3 DALTON, (Timothy2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born about 1740 at Luneburg Co., Virginia, USA, and about 1768 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, married (30) Elizabeth STURMAN who was born about 1750 at Virginia, USA. William died on Jan 14, 1811 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA.
Notes for William DALTON: DALTON SOUTHWESTERN VA DATA sent in by J. Tracy Walker III

Miscellaneous DALTON Information:
On pg 31 "New River Tithables 1770-1773" by Mary B Kegley William DOLTON is listed under 'John Montgomeries List of Tithables for 1773.' John Montgomery was assigned the list which had been assigned in 1771 and 1772 to William Herbert. William Herbert lived at Poplar Camp in present Wythe Co., VA not far from the Carroll Co. line. William DOLTON's name did not appear on the 1771 and 1772 lists.

On pg 883 of Part 1 of "Annals of Southwest Virginia" by Lewis P. Summers William DALTON is listed on 27 Nov 1782 as grantee of 140 acres on Burk's Fork Branch, Big Reed Island, Branch of New River.

On pg 32 of "Montgomery County, Virginia--Circa 1790" by Netti Schreiner-Yantis, William DALTON is listed (19 Aug 1789) under the Personal Property Tax List "C"--1789. On pg 98 William DALTON is mentioned as appearing in Tax List "A" of Wythe County in 1793, the 1795 Tax List of Grayson County, and the 1792/1793 Tax List "N" of Montgomery County. On pg 24 Reuben DOLTON is listed under the 24 Apr 1789 Montgomery County Personal Property Tax List "A." On pg 55 Reuben DOLTON is listed as owning land on Little Reed Island on 13 Oct 1789. On pg 82 Reuben DOLTON's name appears in Tax List "A" of Wythe County in 1793.
Children:
31 + James4 DALTON b.c 1770 d.a 1850
32 + Nancy DALTON b.c 1775 d.c 1835
33 + Rachel DALTON b.c 1780 d.c 1855
34 + Patience DALTON b.c 1780 d. 1849
35 + John Bass DALTON b. Sep 28 1782 d. Mar 24 1852
36 + Timothy DALTON b.c 1783 d. Dec 15 1872
37 + Lewis DALTON b.c 1785
38 + William DALTON b.c 1789 d.c 1875
39 + Susanna DALTON b.c 1792
40 + Reuben DALTON b.c 1794 d.c 1845

(11) Elizabeth3 DALTON, (Timothy2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born about 1740 at Bedford Co., Va, and on Jun 24, 1762 at Bedford Co., Va, married (41) William ARTHUR who was born about 1740 at Va.
Notes for Elizabeth DALTON: On pg 91 of "Marriage Bonds of Bedford County, Virginia, 1755-1800" by E.S. Dennis & J.E. Smith: Timothy DAULTON is listed under the index of Wills; his will was probated 24 Apr 1775. On pg 2 Elizabeth DALTON married William Arthur Jr 24 Jun 1762; consent of Timothy DALTON.

* Response from Freddie Spradlin The last newsletter published the Dalton Grooms from Bedford Co as published in Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy There need be no connection with the Quakers, to be in this section of the book.

Here is the one bride and one lone Surety 1762, 6, 24; William Arther, Jr. & Elizabeth Dalton; Cross Scruggs, Surety; Consent of Timothy Dalton. 1801, 2, 26; Thomas Musgrove & Agathy Goad, dt William and Tabythy, Pittsylvania Co.; James Dalton, Surety.

Regards, Freddie S. fspradlin@delphi.com 3448 W. 170th St., Torrance, CA 90504-2402

No children of this marriage in these records.

(12) David3 DALTON, (Timothy2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born about 1740 at Bedford Co., Va, and in 1759 at Pittsylvania Co., Va, married (42) Hannah GOAD who was born about 1740 at Bedford Co., Va. David died in 1802 at Pittsylvania Co., Va.

Children: 43 + Rachel4 DALTON b. 1759 d.c 1862

(13) Robert3 DALTON, (Timothy2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born about 1741 at Bedford Co., Va, and married (44) Mary KEY who was born about 1745 at Bedford Co., Va. Robert died in 1779 at Pitts. Co., Va.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(14) Timothy3 DALTON, (Timothy2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born about 1745 at Bedford Co., Va, and married (45) SARAH.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(15) Samuel3 DALTON, (Timothy2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born in 1748 at Bedford Co., Va, and married (46) MILLY. Samuel died in 1798 at Pitts. Co., Va.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(16) Reuben3 DALTON, (Timothy2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born in 1752 at Bedford Co., Va, and married (47) Elizabeth SHOCKLEY, daughter of Richard SHOCKLEY, who was born about 1760 at Va. Reuben died on Jan 27, 1822 at Grainger Co., Tennessee, USA and was buried at Thornhill, Grainger Co., TN. Elizabeth died at Grainger Co., TN.
Notes for Reuben DALTON:
From Tami (TamiNOH@aol.com) 1. McKinley Dalton b. 1906 Idol TN. -m- Hazel Lee Ferguson b. 1909 2. John T. Dalton b. 1859 Grainger Co. TN. -m- Jane Jackson b. 1874 3. George W. Dalton b. 1832 Grainger Co. Tn. -m- Charlotte Hedrick b. 1827 4. Timothy Daulton b. 1810 Grainger Co. TN. -m- Delphia Coffee b. 1815 5. Reuben Daulton Sr. b. 1752 Pittsylvania Co. Va. -m- Elizabeth Shockley b. 1757 6. Timothy Daulton b. 1710/15 Lunenburg Co. Va. -m- Elizabeth Tabbott [or "Talbot" in another source from Tami] b. 1710 7. Timothy Daulton b. 1690 England -m- Elizabeth ?

On pg 8 "Militia of Montgomery County, Virginia 1777-1790" by Mary B. Kegley listed under Captain William Bobbitts company are Reuben DALTON and William DALTON. On the same list under 'Those not fit include:' is William DOLTON. On pg 18 listed under 'Joint Return of Strength of Jonathan Isom's Company' is William DALTON, Lieut. and Reubin DALTON, Ensign. William Bobbet is on William Herbert's 1771 & 1772 list of Tithables which locates him in Wythe Co., VA

On pg 67 of "Over the Mountain Men" by Anne Lowry Worrell, listed under Hillsville, Carroll County is John DALTON, born 28 Sep 1772, died 24 Mar 1851.

In 1822, Reuben Dalton named his daughters and their married name in his will. I am trying to determine what happened to two of them. Polly Dalton who married a Dodson and Elizabeth Dalton, who married a Rucker. My relatives say that Elizabeth married George Rucker, however, the only Ruckers around are those who descend from Colby Rucker, and I have never found any mention of a son named George. So the name George may not be right. Reuben named Ann his third daughter as Ann Harrell. Ann was actually married to John Harville, probably a mistake in spelling, but it causes one to wonder. Any help appreciated, Please contact Don Hadrick by E-mail, DHadrick.
Children:
48 + Meridith4 DALTON b.c 1770 d. 1834
More than likely Meridith No. 48 and John Meridith No. 49 were one and the same as indicated at the following website CROUCH-SUMMERS-WELCH-WOMBLES-KISTLER-ARNDT

49 + John Meridith DALTON b. 1795
50 + Carter DALTON b. 1801 d. 1823
51 + Timothy DALTON b. 1810
52 + Reuben DALTON, Jr. b.c 1790
53 + Polly DALTON
54 Elizabeth DALTON
55 + Ann DALTON

(17) John F.3 DALTON, (Timothy2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born in 1754 at Bedford Co., Va, and married (56) Mary Ann FLANNAGAN who was born about 1754 at Bedford Co., Va. John F. died on Apr 3, 1833 at Sumner Co., TN.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(19) Diannah3 BOBBITT, (Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born about 1730 at Pittsylvania Co., Virginia, USA, and about 1749, married (57) Jonathan JENNINGSwho was born in 1730 at Pittsylvania Co., Virginia, USA. Diannah died after 1795 at Mercer Co., Kentucky, USA. Jonathan died in 1784 at Mercer Co., Ky.

FOURTH GENERATION
(31) James4 DALTON, (William3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1770 at Pine Creek, Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and married (75) SARAH. James died after 1850.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(32) Nancy4 DALTON, (William3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1775 at Pine Creek, Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and married (76) William LARGEN who was born about 1775 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA. Nancy died about 1835 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA.
Children:
77 + Sarah Sallie5 LARGEN b.c 1796 d. Oct 10 1868
78 + Mary LARGEN b.c 1803
79 + Elijah LARGEN b. Jul 29 1810 d. Jan 11 1896
80 + Patience LARGEN b.c 1800
81 + Aaron LARGEN b.c 1815
82 + James A. LARGEN b.c 1812
83 + Isabella LARGEN b.c 1815
84 + William LARGEN b.c 1815 d. Dec 1874
85 + Nancy LARGEN b.c 1819 d. Mar 7 1859

(33) Rachel4 DALTON, (William3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1780 at Pine Creek, Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and married (86) Aaron GOAD, son of Robert GOAD and Isabell SPENCER, who was born in 1784 at Pittsylvania Co., Va. Rachel died about 1855 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA and was buried at Henderson Goad, Cemetary, Carroll Co., Virginia. Aaron died in 1854 at Grayson Co., Va.
Notes for Aaron GOAD: Aaron Goad Sr, of Grayson County, Virginia p. 18 Aaron Goad came to Big Reed Island probably as a small child. He married Rachel Dalton, daughter of Billy Dalton, and they were the parents of four sons and six daughters. Aaron prospered, raised a family, gave to each of his boys a farm, helped the daughters when they married and still left a modest estate when he died in 1854.
Children:
87 + Robert "Big Robin"5 GOAD b.c 1800
88 + Reuben GOAD b. Mar 15 1814 d. Sep 15 1861
89 + Mary GOAD b. 1802 d. Sep 6 1876
90 + Isaac GOAD b. 1824 d. 1892

(34) Patience4 DALTON, (William3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1780 at Pine Creek, Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and married (91) Spencer GOAD, son of Robert GOAD and Isabell SPENCER, who was born about 1760 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA. Patience died in 1849 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA.
Children:
92 + James F.5 GOAD b.c 1820

(35) John Bass4 DALTON, (William3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born Sep 28, 1782 at Pine Creek, Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and married (93) Eleanor EDWARDS who was born about 1782 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA. John Bass died on Mar 24, 1852 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(36) Timothy4 DALTON, (William3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1783 at Pine Creek, Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and married (94) Elizabeth (Betsy) PHILLIPS, daughter of Tobias PHILLIPS and Margaret Peggy JENNINGS, who was born in 1783 at Pittsylvania Co., Virginia, USA. Timothy died on Dec 15, 1872 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA.

Notes for Timothy DALTON: Here is a good Rootsweb Database with lineage of my Phillips-Dalton Connections William Crouch's Rootsweb Project
Children:
95 + John Jehu5 DALTON b. Mar 2 1805 d. Oct 22 1888
96 + Lewis DALTON b. Aug 1806
97 + Reuben DALTON b.c 1809 d. Dec 9 1887
98 + Thomas DALTON b. 1810 d. 1851
99 + Amelia Milly DALTON b. 1813
100 + Emily DALTON b. 1814 d. Jan 2 1909
101 + Margaret Peggy DALTON b.c 1820
102 Robert DALTON b.c 1821
103 + Susan Elizabeth DALTON b. 1823 d.b 1868
104 + Malinda DALTON b.c 1823
105 + William DALTON b. 1826

(37) Lewis4 DALTON, (William3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1785 at Virginia, USA, and in 1807 at Patrick Co., Virginia, USA, married (106) Frances PHILLIPS, daughter of Tobias PHILLIPS and Margaret Peggy JENNINGS, who was born in 1788 at Montgomery Co., Virginia, USA. Frances died in 1877 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA.

Notes for Frances PHILLIPS: This Frances is listed in the Family Group Record for Tobias as (AFN:KJ9L-XW)

She is also in the Phyllis G. Phillips lineage notes and in the Carroll 1765-1815 book.

Her death in 1877 differs from the death entered in the Church record with her as daughter of Tobias.
Children:
107 + John5 DALTON b. 1806
108 + Nancy DALTON b. 1812 d. 1888
109 + Rachel DALTON b. 1816 d. Sep 28 1868
110 + Robert DALTON b. 1818
111 + Celia DALTON b.c 1819
112 + David DALTON b.c 1820

(38) William4 DALTON, (William3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1789 at Grayson Co., Virginia, and in 1814 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, married (113) Francis STURMAN who was born about 1790 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA. William died about 1875 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(39) Susanna4 DALTON, (William3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1792 at Pine Creek, Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and married (114) Isaac MABRY who was born about 1790 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(40) Reuben4 DALTON, (William3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1794 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and married (115) Catherine WORRELL, daughter of Amos WORRELL and Ellen ROBERTS, who was born about 1795 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA. Reuben died about 1845 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA.
Children:
116 + Martin5 DALTON b.c 1820

(43) Rachel4 DALTON, (David3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1759 at Pittsylvania Co., Va, and in 1775 at Henry Co., Va, married (117) George DYER who was born about 1755 at Va. Rachel died about 1862 at Henry Co., Va.
Children:
118 + Joab5 DYER b. 1801 d. 1875

(48) Meridith4 DALTON, (Reuben3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1770 at Va, and married spouse unknown. Meridith died in 1834 at Grainger Co., TN.
Children:
119 Meridith5 DALTON
120 + Colby DALTON b. Nov 15 1814 d. Apr 1 1897
121 Reuben DALTON
122 + Sarah Sally DALTON b.c 1820

(49) John Meridith4 DALTON, (Reuben3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1795 at Grainger Co., TN, and married (123) Delphia RUCKER, daughter of Colby RUCKER and Sarah ROBERTS, who was born in 1796 at Wilkes Co., NC. Delphia died in Aug 1849 at Grainger, TN.
Notes for John Meridith DALTON:
WHO MARRIED EDWARD WADE'S DAUGHTER? In my data entering, I have run across an old dilemma. In Albemarle, Louisa, or Pittsylvania, "a" John Dalton married ____ Wade, daughter of Edward Wade. When Edward and his wife died before 1792 in Georgia, John sued the estate to retrieve one or two slaves promised to him (apparently as dower). When John Sr. engaged Stephen Bennett as his attorney in the lawsuit, there was also listed as plaintiff his son, John Clement Dalton. I have looked for the father-son John-John combination, and precious few exist. If I pull out the "John" Daltons who might have been born before 1800, the scene looks like this-- Samuel's line: John b. 1771+ son ofWilliam & Rachel John b. 1775 son of Samuel Jr Jonathan b. 1775 son of David & Susannah John A. B. b. 1800 son of David & Christina (Bostick) Timothy's line: John Spike b. 1749 ?son of Robert & Mary (Key) John Bass b. 1772 son of William & Elizabeth (Sturman) [aside--everybody wonders about "Sturman"--have you noticed the Thurman family in Pittsylvania?] John F. b. 1750 son of Tim Jr John R. b. 1770+ son of John F. John Meredith b. 1795 son of Reuben & Elizabeth (Shockley) John b. 1750x married Patience, son of ? John b. 1750x son of David, grandson of Tim Sr

My first assumption is that most of Samuel's male children and grandchildren were in Albemarle Co. or NC. In Timothy's family the only John-John combination is John F. and John R.: no John Clement here. And those two are from the immediate family of Winston Dalton, who made it pretty clear who his father and brother were. It can't be John who married Patience because he is dead by 1781 and the lawsuit was 1792. We know Robert and Mary (Key) certainly had a son John. Do we know who that John's children were? As for John Meredith: Reuben and Elizabeth went to Grainger Co, TN probably via Grayson Co. John Bass, son of William and Elizabeth Sturman married in Grayson Co so has gone west as well, I assume. Slim pickens'. Does anyone know any other John Daltons or a John who married the daughter of Edward Wade? Melanie Crain (Mdcrain@aol.com)

Children: 124 + Carter Jackson5 DALTON b.c 1825

(50) Carter4 DALTON, (Reuben3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1801 at Grayson Co., Va, and married (125) Matilda WITCHER who was born about 1805 at Va. Carter died in 1823 at Grainger Co., TN.

Notes for Carter DALTON: From
My Dalton Tafel
1.John Holt b 1937
2.John Holt b 1911 Tenn
4.Tilman Holt 1892-1953 Tenn
8.James Thomas Holt 1870-1920 Tenn married Mary Cozart d/o William
16.Seth Carter Holt 1854-11934 married 17. Mary Scearce
18.William Cozart 1849-? married Cornelia Dalton d/o Tandy W. Dalton
32.Preston Holt 1808-1860+
34. Thomas Wesley Scearce 1823-1887 m Lucinda Dalton
38. Tandy Witcher Dalton 1818-1909 m Matilda Coffee
70. ? and Matilda Witcher Dalton
76. Carter Dalton 1801 Grayson Va - 1823 Tn and
77.Matilda Witcher NOTE: 71 MATILDA WITCHER DALTON AND
77. ARE THE SAME. 152. Reuben Dalton 1752-1822 Bedford Va - Grainger Co Tn married Elizabeth Shockley
304. Timothy Dalton 1715-1775 (Jr.) Lunenburg Va - Bedford Va married Elizabeth 608. Timothy Dalton

Here is some differing information on Carter Dalton, son of Reuben Dalton and Elizabeth Shockley.
Children:
126 + Carter Jackson5 DALTON b.c 1817
127 + Meridith B. DALTON b.c 1819
128 + Edley A. DALTON b.b 1820
129 + William DALTON b.c 1820
130 + Tandy Witcher DALTON b. 1818 d. 1909

(51) Timothy4 DALTON, (Reuben3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1810 at Grainger Co., TN, and married (131) Delphia COFFEE who was born in 1815 at Grainger Co., TN.
Notes for Timothy DALTON:
Timothy Dalton was the son of Reuben Dalton and Elizabeth Shockley. He married Delphia Coffee in 1828 in Grainger County, Tennessee. Five of their sons would fight in the Civil War.

George W Dalton was born in 1830, in Grainger County, Tennessee. George Dalton's brother, William Nelson Dalton, was born 6 December 1838; and both enlisted at Camp Cummings near Knoxville, Tennessee, on the 4th of July 1861. They were original members of the 26th Tennessee Infantry, and both were assigned as part of Company D.

George and William were taken prisoner along with the rest of their Regiment at Fort Donelson, Tennessee, on 16 February 1862. Fort Donelson on the Cumberland River, was a series of strategic confederate fortifications built by confederate authorities in midsummer of 1861. They were designed to repel invasion of Tennessee and the deep south. Even though the fortification were not well sited their very existence brought Union attention. A coordinated land and water offensive led by General Ulysses Grant and Flag Officer Andrew Foote captured first Fort Henry on 6 February 1862 and then Fort Donelson on 16 February 1862. The Donelson fight was fierce and might have gone either way, save for incompetence in the confederate high command. The loss of these two strategic forts turned the flank of the confederate defenses and forced General Albert Johnston's withdrawal to the middle south. Confederate losses at the two forts were over 12,000 men, and these, combined with the psychological effect of twin defeats, cast gloom over the confederacy.

In late February 1862, George and William were taken to the prisoner of war camp near Vicksburg, Mississippi. On 30 April 1862, George Dalton, escaped from the prisoner of war camp, and made his way back to confederate lines. In May 1862, he was assigned to the 31st Infantry Regiment of the Tennessee Volunteers. In September of 1862, William Dalton and the remainder of the 26th Tennessee was released from the prisoner of war camp at Vicksburg in an agreement where both the North and South exchanged prisoners. When the remainder of his regiment was released George Dalton rejoined his unit on the 15th of November 1862. He had been promoted to Sergeant on 15 August 1862. In 1864, General Hood was in charge of the Army of Tennessee and won a costly battle at Franklin on 30 November 1864, but at Nashville on 15 and 16 December 1864, the army of Tennessee was wrecked by Federal forces.

By the beginning of 1865, after several costly battles, the Army of Tennessee was in ruins. General Sherman had completed his march through Georgia and had turned north into the Carolinas. General Johnston, who had replaced General Hood, was now in charge of the Army of Tennessee sought to delay Sherman's powerful army as they moved through the Carolinas in the spring of 1865. At Bentonville, North Carolina on 19, 20 and 21 March 1865, Johnston won his last victory, but Sherman kept pushing forward. On April 13, the day before Lincoln's was assinated in Washington, Sherman occupied Raleigh. At Durham Station, North Carolina, on 26 April 1865, Johnston formally surrendered his army to Sherman. This marked the end of the main land battles of the war. Both George and William Dalton were captured at Bentonville, on the 19th of March 1865. George was sent to the prisoner of war camp at Point Lookout, Maryland in April 1865. He took the Oath of Allegiance at Point Lookout on 26 June 1865 and about 27 June 1865 left Washington D.C. for Morristown, Tennessee. William Dalton was sent to the prisoner of war camp at Richmond, Virginia, and was paroled from Richmond at the end of the war.

George and William Nelson's brother Green C Dalton, was born in 1840, in Grainger County, Tennessee. He was a member of Company I, 59th Tennessee Mounted Infantry. He enlisted 5 October 1862. His brother Hiram Dalton was born on 4 March 1842. Hiram enlisted in the same unit as Green 10 days later on 15 October 1862. For the rest of the war they had similar experiences. Green and Hiram were captured at the battle of Vicksburg, Mississippi, on 4 July 1863. In the crucial Vicksburg campaign, union forces under General Ulysses Grant had been foiled in several attempts to take Vicksburg during the fall and winter of 1862 and 1863. In April 1863, Grant launched a combined army-navy operation. Ground forces moved south down the west bank of the Mississippi while gunboats moved past the Vicksburg batteries to transport troops back to the east bank at Bruinsburg, south of the heavy Vicksburg defenses. This move shifted the campaign to interior Mississippi as Grant with about 33,000 men, moved inland toward Jackson, Mississippi. By taken this action, Grant drew General Pemberton's southern forces out of Vicksburg and at the same time separated him from General Johnston's 20,000 men occupying Jackson. Grant defeated Pemberton's army at Champion Hill on 16 May, and again at Big Black River on 17 May. Pemberton, withdrew his remaining forces back into Vicksburg. The siege of Vicksburg ended on 4 July 1863, when Pemberton, low on food and ammunition surrendered his forces. Hiram and Green Dalton were paroled from the prisoner of war camp at Vicksburg on 10 July 1863, after both swore an allegiance to the United States and promised not to take up arms again. However, upon release, both men immediately rejoined their unit and continued to fight. In 1864, Green and Hiram, along with their unit Company I of the 59th Tennessee Mounted Infantry, were located near Bristol, Virginia. Because they were needed as reinforcements, they left their horses near Bristol and took a train to Staunton, Virginia. There they fought in the battle of Staunton. Green Dalton was captured again at the battle of Staunton on 8 June 1864, and was taken to the prisoner of war camp at Camp Morton, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, arriving there 21 June 1864. Near the end of the war he was transferred by railroad from Camp Morton to Point Lookout, Maryland, where he was released on 15 March 1865. By the time Green made it home the war was over. After the battle at Staunton, Hiram's unit followed the Potomac River into Maryland, back down toward Washington, and finally back into the Shenandoah valley of Virginia, where they were reunited with their horses They stayed in Virginia until winter then withdrew to Bristol, Tennessee. About January 1865, Hiram was furloughed to take horses belonging to his brother Green Dalton and J. Myers home. J. Myers, who was a neighbor of Hiram and Green had also been captured at Staunton. Hiram took the horses home but was unable to rejoin his unit before the war ended.

The fifth brother was Colby Dalton. Colby and Hiram were twins. Colby Dalton enlisted at Camp Cummings, near Knoxville on 16 January 1863 and was dispatched to Mobile, Alabama. On 21 June 1863, disgruntled with military service, he attempted to desert but was caught near Selina, Alabama and assigned to C Company Tennessee light artillery. In December 1864, he was attached to Semple's Battalion of Light Artillery, which consisted of batteries of artillery from several different states. He was captured at Blakely Island, Alabama on 9 April 1865 and transferred to the prisoner of war camp at Ship Island Mississippi on 15 April 1865. On 1 May 1865 he was transferred to the Vicksburg, Mississippi, prisoner of war camp and he remained in prison until the end of the war. On 25 May 1865, after taking the oath of allegiance in New Orleans, Louisiana, he was released and returned home.

Notes for Delphia COFFEE: I have some Payne, Coffey and Ruckers associatied with my early Essex/Orange/ Culpeper family. Was wondering if you might recognize some of them. Rucker is easy, they married into my Booten(Boughton) family of Culpeper County in the mid 1700's. Martha Coffey b. 1690, of Essex County was d/o Edward Coffey and Ann Powell. Edward the son of Hugh Coffey d. 1712, Lancaster CO., VA. Sarah Payne and Matthew French were parents of Mary French who married Isaac Hatfield of Montgomery County, VA. Same Hatfield family from the McCoy feud years later.

I have learned the Peter Rucker swam ashore to Jamestown when the ship sprang a leek. There was a Tennessee Gen. Coffee in the War of 1812 who fought Indians. Was one of two Americans that led a Charge in the War.

Anything you can share would be appreciated, I have plenty of info on the French family that married into the Paynes.

Regards,

Jeff Swann Valencia, CA
Children:
132 + George W.5 DALTON b. 1832
133 + William Nelson DALTON b. Dec 6 1838
134 + Green C. DALTON b. 1840
135 + Hiram DALTON b. Mar 4 1842
136 + Colby DALTON b. Mar 4 1842

(52) Reuben4 DALTON, Jr., (Reuben3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1790 at Va, and married (137) Nancy SHOCKLEY, daughter of Thomas SHOCKLEY and Elizabeth FRIED, who was born about 1795.
Notes for Reuben DALTON Jr.:
* Don Hadrick
In reply to a question on Lucretia Dalton from Sharon Wehry: Carter Jackson Dalton, who was born in 1815 was the son of Reuben Dalton Jr and Nancy Shockley. He married Mary A (Charlotte) Coffee. Mary A Coffee was the daughter of George Coffee and Margaret Rucker. Carter Jackson Dalton also married Catherine Wolfe in 1854, Charlotte Singleton, and Melissa Bullen. Charlotte Singleton had two children prior to her marriage to Carter, and they had two children. He had no children with Melissa Bullen.

The children included: Lucretia Dalton, was the daughter of Carter Jackson Dalton and Mary A Coffee. She was born 15 August 1834, married her first cousin Carter Jackson Dalton 10 September 1854 and died 26 August 1908 in Cass County, Missouri. This Carter Jackson Dalton was the son of John Meredith Dalton and Delphia Rucker.
Children:
138 + Carter Jackson5 DALTON b. 1815

(53) Polly4 DALTON, (Reuben3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) married (139) DODSON.
Notes for Polly DALTON: From The Dodson (Dotson) Family of North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia; A History and Genealogy of Their Descendants, Volume One, pp. 189-192.

"392. SAMUEL DODSON, JR. (Samuel-125, John-36, Lambeth-7, Chas-1). Samuel was bornc1774 in Virginia and died in Grainger Co., TN in 1860. [w.d. 21 Jan 1860; supplement d. 26 Jan 1860; w.p. 10 Mar 1860; Grainger Inventories & Wills 4-23]. Samuel was married three times. His first wife may have been Mary (Polly) Dalton, daughter of Reuben Dalton, Sr. If this proves to be true, they were married during the early 1790's. Records which originated with Alyse Morton, Knoxville, TN, give the following information on Reuben Dalton, Sr.: Reuben Dalton, Sr. and wife Elizabeth, of Grayson Co., VA to Grainger Co., TN - bought 200 acres in Grainger Co. on the north side of Clinch Mtn.; buried near Thornhill, TN; on Montgomery Co., VA tax lists 1782-1789. Their children were: Hannah b. 1802, married Booker Shockley; Meredith b. 1790-1800, married Delphy Rucker on 3 Feb 1813; Enos b. 1772, married Rebecca; Timothy; Carter married Matilda Witcher; Polly married Dotson; Elizabeth mar! ried Rucker; Reuben d. before Jan 1822, married Nancy Shockley; Ann married Harville.' Samuel Dotson's first wife died before 1830 as that census shows no females in Samuel Dotson's household....."

[Ed:--Brian sent much more on the Dotson line which is too long to enclose here. The remainder to Don was only part of the book listed at the top. If anyone needs this information and cannot locate the book, please contact Brian.]

No children of this marriage in these records.

(55) Ann4 DALTON, (Reuben3 DALTON, Timothy2, Timothy1) married (140) John HARVILL.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(58) Jonathan4 JENNINGS, (Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born about 1749 at Bedford Co., Va, and in 1786 at Lincoln Co., Ky, married (141) Ann WOODS who was born about 1750 at Pittsylvania Co., Va.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(95) John Jehu5 DALTON, (Timothy4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born Mar 2, 1805 at Carroll County, Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and on Sep 29, 1825 at Independence, Grayson, Va, USA, married (223) Phariba WEBB, daughter of Andrew WEBB and Catherine COCKE, who was born Mar 27, 1809 at Rich Valley, Smythe, Va, USA. John Jehu died on Oct 22, 1888 at Golden, Adams Co., Illinois, USA. Phariba died on Jun 1, 1892 at Rich Valley, Smythe, Va.
Children:
224 + Hannah6 DALTON d. Feb 10 1892
225 + Lewis Columbus DALTON
226 + Sarah DALTON d. Jan 11 1921
227 + Amelia DALTON
228 + Lucy DALTON
229 + Maria DALTON d. Oct 23 1912
230 + Hester DALTON d. Mar 21 1928
231 + Irena DALTON d. 1923
232 + Mahala DALTON d. 1852
233 + Milly DALTON b. 1833 d. 1868
234 + Phariba DALTON b. 1835
235 + Malinda DALTON b. Oct 18 1837 d. Feb 28 1929
236 + Catherine America DALTON b.c 1850 d. Oct 18 1884

(96) Lewis5 DALTON, (Timothy4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in Aug 1806 at Big Reed Island, Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and on Apr 30, 1829 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, married (237) Lucinda BRIZENDENE who was born about 1806 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(97) Reuben5 DALTON, (Timothy4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1809 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and about 1830 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, married (238) Sarah DURNEL who was born about 1810 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA. Reuben died on Dec 9, 1887 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(98) Thomas5 DALTON, (Timothy4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1810 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA, and on May 29, 1833 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, married (239) Mary Granny Polly JENNINGS, daughter of Jonathan JENNINGS and Nancy HENSON, who was born in 1815 at Virginia, USA. Thomas died in 1851. Mary Granny Polly died in 1860.
Notes for Thomas DALTON:
Children:
240 + Wesley Jefferson Wess6 DALTON b. Jun 13 1832 d. Mar 24 1925
241 + William A. DALTON b. Mar 29 1834
242 Jonathan DALTON b. 1835
243 + Thomas DALTON b. Oct 25 1837
244 + Susanna DALTON b. Nov 15 1839
245 + Riley DALTON b. Nov 21 1841
246 + Henry Clay DALTON b. Jan 27 1844
247 + Christina DALTON b. Apr 3 1845
248 + Jehue Joshua DALTON b. Apr 15 1847
249 + Sally DALTON b. Mar 30 1849
250 + James Buchanan DALTON b. Dec 17 1852

(99) Amelia Milly5 DALTON, (Timothy4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1813 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and on Sep 15, 1831 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, married (251) William WEBB, son of Andrew WEBB and Catherine COCKE, who was born about 1810 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA.
Notes for William WEBB:
1850 Scott, VA Federal Census, #1157 William Webb M50 farmer VA Mary F47 VA Harlan M18 farmer VA Randolph M16 farmer VA Jacob M14 VA John M M10 VA Harrison M8 VA Andrew M6 VA Samuel M4 VA Riggs, John M21 farmer VA Ash, Nathan M24 VA Ash, Harriet F20 VA
Children:
252 + William Smith6 WEBB b.c 1822 d. Jul 19 1865

(100) Emily5 DALTON, (Timothy4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1814, and on Feb 5, 1838 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA, married (253) James GARDNER, son of James GARDNER and Tobitha MARTIN, who was born Feb 15, 1810 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA. Emily died on Jan 2, 1909 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA. James died on Aug 12, 1902 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA.
Children:
254 + Elizabeth6 GARDNER b.c 1831
255 + Tabitha GARDNER b.c 1835
256 + James Alexander GARDNER b. Oct 8 1847 d. May 28 1937

(101) Margaret Peggy5 DALTON, (Timothy4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1820 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA.

(103) Susan Elizabeth5 DALTON, (Timothy4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1823 at Virginia, Virginia, USA, and in 1841, married (90) Isaac GOAD, son of Aaron GOAD and Rachel DALTON, who was born in 1824 at Carroll County, Virginia. Susan Elizabeth died before 1868. Isaac died in 1892 at Carroll County, Virginia. Isaac was married to Catherine NESTER.
Children:
209 + Nancy R.6 GOAD b. Mar 1842
210 Mary Ann GOAD-227
211 + Fielden L. GOAD b. 1845 d. 1864
212 Matilda F. GOAD-228
213 + Ballard Preston GOAD b. Jun 22 1847 d. Mar 9 1937
214 Lucy F. GOAD-229
215 + John Carroll GOAD b. 1852
216 Mildred Ann GOAD-231, 'Milly'
217 + Thomas Jefferson GOAD b. 1855 d. 1928
218 + Robert HILLARY GOAD b. 1857
219 + Rhoda Jane GOAD b. 1859
220 + Susan E. GOAD b. 1862 d. 1904
221 + Elias D. GOAD b. 1850 d. 1829

(104) Malinda5 DALTON, (Timothy4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1823 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and married (257) Jonathan Daria HALL who was born about 1820 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(105) William5 DALTON, (Timothy4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1826 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and married (258) Sarah JENNINGS who was born about 1826 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(107) John5 DALTON, (Lewis4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1806 at Grayson Co., Va, and about 1832 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, married (259) Elizabeth BURKE who was born about 1806 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA. John died at West Virginia.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(108) Nancy5 DALTON, (Lewis4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1812 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and on Sep 10, 1833 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, married (260) Harbert BRANSCOME who was born May 15, 1813 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA. Nancy died in 1888 at Carroll Co., Va.
Children:
261 + Sally6 BRANSCOME b. Jun 19 1834
262 + Ann BRANSCOME b. Jan 18 1836
263 + Franklin BRANSCOME b. Mar 14 1837
264 + Celia BRANSCOME b. Nov 13 1838
265 + Robert BRANSCOME b. Jan 27 1840
266 + Isaac BRANSCOME b. Jul 15 1841
267 + John BRANSCOME b. 1842
268 + Matilda BRANSCOME b. Apr 15 1843
269 + Polly BRANSCOME b. Aug 14 1845
270 + Lucy BRANSCOME b. Mar 27 1847
271 + William Lawson BRANSCOME b. Nov 18 1848
272 + Sally BRANSCOME b. 1849
273 + Edmond BRANSCOME b. Apr 8 1850
274 + Mary BRANSCOME b. 1851
275 + Nancy Jane BRANSCOME b. May 16 1854

(109) Rachel5 DALTON, (Lewis4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1816 at Grayson Co., Va, USA, and married (276) John LARGEN who was born about 1815 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA. Rachel died on Sep 28, 1868 at Carroll Co., Va, USA.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(110) Robert5 DALTON, (Lewis4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1818 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, and in 1846 at Grayson Co., Va, married (277) Rachel REYNOLDS who was born about 1820 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(116) Martin5 DALTON, (Reuben4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1820 at Grayson Co., Va, and married (278) Nancy V. COCHRAN, daughter of William B. COCHRAN and Rhoda PASLEY, who was born about 1820 at Grayson Co., Va.

Notes for Martin DALTON: Sharon Minton notes and lineage.
Children:
279 + Celestia6 DALTON b. Apr 1840 d.a 1900
280 + Rachel Rosabella DALTON b.c 1842 d. Mar 20 1894
281 + Fleming R. DALTON b. 1843 d. 1913
282 + Chatman DALTON b.c 1845
283 + Rhoda DALTON b.c 1848
284 + William C. DALTON b. 1849 d. 1930
285 + Robert M. DALTON b. Jun 1856 d. 1909
286 + James A. DALTON b. 1857

(118) Joab5 DYER, (Rachel4 DALTON, David3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1801 at Henry Co., Va, and on Nov 27, 1824 at Henry Co., Va, married (287) Mary Polly SALMONS who was born about 1801 at Va. Joab died in 1875 at Apponoose, Ia.

No children of this marriage in these records.

He also married on Jul 10, 1837 at Henry Co., Va, (288) Nancy Drucilla HARVEY who was born about 1810 at Va.
Children:
289 + George VanBuren6 DYER b. May 28 1840 d. Sep 7 1903

(120) Colby5 DALTON, (Meridith4 DALTON, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born Nov 15, 1814 at Grainger Co., TN, and on Dec 22, 1833 at Hancock Co., TN, married (290) Elizabeth MCGINNIS, daughter of Aaron MCGINNIS and Hannah WOLFE, who was born Mar 13, 1815 at Grainger Co., TN. Colby died on Apr 1, 1897 at Grainger Co., TN. Elizabeth died on Jul 23, 1905 at Grainger Co., TN.
Notes for Colby DALTON:
Re: Biography of Colby Dalton by Don Hadrick 6/26/96 Issue From: Frank E. Block, Sr.
Don, I don't follow the Grainger County Daltons, but recognized the Colby name as appearing in the Will of Meredith in Grainger County in 1834. Colby was executor, and the will mentions other sons: Meredith and Reuben. I understand Meredith was son of a Reuben (d. 1822 Grainger) and wife Elizabeth. That Reuben was probably son of Reuben of Montgomery County, VA (1782 Tax list) who had brothers : Samuel and Timothy. Just wanted to make sure you had those items. Came from the Dalton News Letter, which is out of print now. Good Luck in your search.

BIOGRAPHY (submitted by Don Hadrick: Dhadrick @aol.com)

Colby Dalton 1814-1897

Colby Dalton was born 15 November 1814 and died 1 April 1897. He married Elizabeth McGinnis 22 December 1833. Elizabeth McGinnis was born 13 March 1815 and died 23 July 1905. Elizabeth was the daughter of Aaron McGinnis and Hannah Wolfe.

Aaron McGinnis was born in Virginia in 1791 and died 24 February 1857 in Grainger County, Tennessee. He was the son of Edward McGinnis, who was born in 1750 and died in 1817, and Nancy McElhaney, who was born about 1750 and died in1820. Aaron McGinnis was a soldier in the war of 1812. He served with Captain Sharp's Company in the Tennessee Militia. The brothers and sisters of Aaron McGinnis included Elizabeth McGinnis; Charles McGinnis; Andrew McGinnis; Robert McGinnis; Peter McGinnis; Barbara McGinnis, and Noble McGinnis.

Hannah Wolfe, may have been born in North Carolina in 1793. She married Aaron McGinnis in Hawkins County, Tennessee, about 1811, and died 8 June 1853 in Grainger, Tennessee. Hanna Wolfe, was the daughter of Charles Wolfe, who was born in Pennsylvania in 1746. Charles Wolfe married Susanna Schneider in 1781 and died in Hawkins County, Tennessee, in 1835. Most likely, the Wolfe family came out of Germany.

Susanna Schneider was born in Oley, Pennsylvania, about 1751. She was the daughter of Jacob Schneider, who was born in 1723 and died 28 May 1784 in Oley, Pennsylvania. Jacob Schneider's wife was probably named Catherine; she died 16 October 1785 in Oley, Pennsylvania. Jacob Schneider was the son of Johann Schneider, who was born in Switzerland in December 1687 and died 19 July 1743 in Oley, Pennsylvania. Johann Schneider's wife's name was Cadarina; she was born in 1688 and died 27 March 1774 in Oley, Pennsylvania. Oley is located in Berks County, Pennsylvania, ten miles north of Reading, Pennsylvania. On Johann Schneider's tombstone is a French Fleur-de-lis. It is said that after Charles Wolfe died, Susanna returned to Pennsylvania and died there prior to 1860. I could find no record that she was buried in Berks County. I believe that she died about 1840 in Hawkins County, Tennessee. There was no reason for her to return to Pennsylvania. Her children (at least ten) were all living in Tennessee and her parents were dead. Susanna had a brother named Daniel, who was born about 1749. Hannah Wolfe's brothers and sisters included; Jacob Wolfe; Phillip Wolfe; Peter Wolfe; Catherine Wolfe; Elizabeth Wolfe; Mary Wolfe; Barbara Wolfe; Charles Wolfe, Jr., and George SWolfe.

The children of Colby Dalton and Elizabeth McGinnis included: Martha Jane Dalton, who was born in 1836 and died prior to 1893. Louisa Dalton, who was born 18 January 1838 and died 19 September 1911 in Perry Dalton, who was born in 1840. Elizabeth Dalton, who was born in 1841. Nathan P Dalton, who was born 5 October 1842, married Rebecca Coffey Wolfe, and died 7 August 1920. Barbary Maheda Dalton, who was born in 1845. Mary Dalton, who was born in 1847 and died before 1893. Christopher C Dalton, who was born in 1849. (A short story by Don Hedrick on Christopher C. DALTON) Robert Dalton, who was born about 1850 and died in 1917. Harriet A Dalton, who was born 25 October 1850 and died 22 November 1903. Sarah P Dalton, who was born in 1852 and died before 1893. Mahala J Dalton, who was born in 1854 and died before 1893 Rosa Dalton, who was born in 1856. James Dalton, who was born in 1859. Anderson Dalton, who was born in 1861.
Children:
291 + Martha Jane6 DALTON b. 1836 d.b 1893
292 + Louisa DALTON b. Jan 18 1838 d. Sep 19 1911
293 + Perry DALTON b. 1840
294 + Elizabeth DALTON b. 1841
295 + Nathan P. DALTON b. Oct 5 1842 d. Aug 7 1920
296 + Barbary Maheda DALTON b. 1845
297 + Mary DALTON b. 1847 d.b 1893
298 + Christopher C. DALTON b. 1849
299 + Harriet A. DALTON b. Oct 25 1850 d. Nov 22 1903
300 + Robert DALTON b. 1850 d. 1917
301 + Sarah P. DALTON b. 1852 d. 1893
302 + Mahala J. DALTON b. 1854 d.b 1893
303 + Rosa DALTON b. 1856
304 + James DALTON b. 1859
305 + Anderson DALTON b. 1861

(122) Sarah Sally5 DALTON, (Meridith4 DALTON, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1820 at Grainger Co., TN, and married (306) James MCGINNIS, son of Aaron MCGINNIS and Hannah WOLFE, who was born in 1819 at Grainger Co., TN. James died in 1903 at Grainger Co., TN.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(124) Carter Jackson5 DALTON, (John4 DALTON, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1825 at Grainger Co., TN, and on Sep 10, 1854 at Grainger Co., TN, married (307) Lucretia DALTON, daughter of Carter Jackson DALTON and Mary A. COFFEE, who was born Aug 15, 1834 at Grainger Co., TN. Lucretia died on Aug 26, 1908 at Cass Co., MO.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(128) Edley A.5 DALTON, (Carter4 DALTON, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born before 1820 at Grainger Co., TN, and married (308) Rachel WILKERSON who was born about 1822 at TN.
Children:
309 + Newton6 DALTON b. 1841
310 + Jasper DALTON b. 1841
311 + Mary A. DALTON b. 1846
312 + David DALTON b. 1849

(129) William5 DALTON, (Carter4 DALTON, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1820 at Grainger Co., TN, and married (313) unknown. William died at Madison Co., Ky.
Notes for William DALTON: Robert J. Girdler, a surface-mail correspondent, sent the following material on Reuben Dalton, Jr./Nancy Shockley's family to Sharon Wehry It is included here in hopes that it helps others. Thanks, Robert.

Notes on William Dalton: Date arbitrarily selected to facilitate computer searching. From unknown source - "Edley Dalton and his brother William came to Speedwell, KY. William was a cabinet maker. Much of the furniture in Madison County was made by him. The Dalton brothers were over six feet tall and carried themselves very erect."
Children:
314 + John6 DALTON b.c 1845

(130) Tandy Witcher5 DALTON, (Carter4 DALTON, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1818 at Grainger Co., TN, and married (315) Matilda COFFEE who was born about 1820 at TN. Tandy Witcher died in 1909.
Children:
316 + Lucinda6 DALTON b.c 1833
317 + Cornelia DALTON b.c 1830

(132) George W.5 DALTON, (Timothy4 DALTON, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1832 at Grainger Co., TN, and married (318) Charlotte HEDRICK who was born in 1827 at Grainger Co., TN.
Children:
319 + McKinley6 DALTON b. 1906

He also married (320) Sarah A. HEDRICK.
Children:
321 + James L.6 HEDRICK

(136) Colby5 DALTON, (Timothy4 DALTON, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born Mar 4, 1842 at Grainger Co., TN, and married (322) unknown.
Children:
323 + Allie6 DALTON

(138) Carter Jackson5 DALTON, (Reuben4 DALTON, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1815 at Grainger Co., TN, and married (324) Mary A. COFFEE, daughter of George COFFEE and Margaret RUCKER, who was born about 1815 at TN.
Children:
307 + Lucretia6 DALTON b. Aug 15 1834 d. Aug 26 1908

(94) Elizabeth (Betsy)5 PHILLIPS, (Margaret4 JENNINGS, Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born in 1783 at Pittsylvania Co., Virginia, USA, and married (36) Timothy DALTON, son of William DALTON and Elizabeth STURMAN, who was born about 1783 at Pine Creek, Grayson Co., Virginia, USA. Timothy died on Dec 15, 1872 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA.
Children:
95 + John Jehu6 DALTON b. Mar 2 1805 d. Oct 22 1888
96 + Lewis DALTON b. Aug 1806
97 + Reuben DALTON b.c 1809 d. Dec 9 1887
98 + Thomas DALTON b. 1810 d. 1851
99 + Amelia Milly DALTON b. 1813
100 + Emily DALTON b. 1814 d. Jan 2 1909
101 + Margaret Peggy DALTON b.c 1820
102 Robert DALTON b.c 1821
103 + Susan Elizabeth DALTON b. 1823 d.b 1868
104 + Malinda DALTON b.c 1823
105 + William DALTON b. 1826

SIXTH GENERATION
(224) Hannah6 DALTON, (John5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born at Carroll, Va, and on Jan 21, 1868, married (510) Samuel CROW. Hannah died on Feb 10, 1892.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(225) Lewis Columbus6 DALTON, (John5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born at Carroll, Va, and in 1857, married (511) Susan LOWDER.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(226) Sarah6 DALTON, (John5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born at Carroll, Va, and on Apr 20, 1857, married (512) Daniel George CAMERON. Sarah died on Jan 11, 1921.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(227) Amelia6 DALTON, (John5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born at Carroll, Va, and married (513) Jordan FERGUSON who was born about 1830 at Carroll Co., Va. Jordan was married to Milly DALTON.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(228) Lucy6 DALTON, (John5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born at Carroll, Va, and on Dec 27, 1866, married (514) James Henry (Boland) BOWLING.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(229) Maria6 DALTON, (John5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born at Carroll, Va, and married (515) John M THOMPSON. Maria died on Oct 23, 1912.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(230) Hester6 DALTON, (John5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born at Carroll, Va, and on Jan 24, 1866, married (516) Calvin M DAMERON. Hester died on Mar 21, 1928.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(231) Irena6 DALTON, (John5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born at Rich Valley, Smythe, Va, and married (517) John f MENDENHALL. Irena died in 1923

No children of this marriage in these records.

(232) Mahala6 DALTON, (John5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born at Rich Valley, Smythe, Va. Mahala died in 1852.

(233) Milly6 DALTON, (John5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1833 at Carroll Co., Va, and in 1863, married (513) Jordan FERGUSON who was born about 1830 at Carroll Co., Va. Milly died in 1868. Jordan was married to Amelia DALTON.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(234) Phariba6 DALTON, (John5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1835 at Carroll, Va.

(235) Malinda6 DALTON, (John5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born Oct 18, 1837 at Dug Spur, Carroll, Va, and married (518) BARTON. Malinda died on Feb 28, 1929 at Manassa, Conejos, Co and was buried on Mar 2, 1929 at New Cem., Manassa, Conejos, Co.

No children of this marriage in these records.

She also married at Not Married, Tazewell County, Virginia, (519) William COLE.

No children of this marriage in these records.

She also married on Jun 24, 1857 at Smyth, Va, (520) Abijah Montgomery THOMAS, son of John THOMAS and Elizabeth Shelton MORGAN, who was born Dec 9, 1833 at Smyth, Va. Abijah Montgomery died on Apr 26, 1863 at White Sulphur Sp, Mont., Va and was buried on Apr 29, 1863 at Thomas Cem., Burkes Garden, Tzwll Co, Va.
Children:
521 + Letitia Montgomery7 THOMAS d. Apr 18 1937
522 + Joseph Francise THOMAS b. Apr 4 1858 d. Dec 6 1934
523 + Nancy Elizabeth THOMAS b. Jul 2 1859 d. Feb 22 1899
524 + William Vincent THOMAS b. Mar 29 1861 d. Mar 17 1942
525 James Chester BARTON b.c 1864
526 Hannah Maria CROW b.c 1866
527 + James Chester THOMAS b. May 14 1867 d. Jan 13 1927
528 + Hannah Maria THOMAS b. Nov 11 1874 d. Dec 4 1958

She also married at Not Married, Tazewell County, Virginia, (529) James Chester BARTON.

No children of this marriage in these records.

She also married (530) William CROW.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(236) Catherine America6 DALTON, (John5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1850 at Rich Valley, Smythe, Va, and married (531) Andrew Higgins STEWART. Catherine America died on Oct 18, 1884.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(240) Wesley Jefferson Wess6 DALTON, (Thomas5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born Jun 13, 1832 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA, and on Jan 12, 1854 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA, married (532) Julia Ann STRANGE who was born in 1836 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA. Wesley Jefferson Wess died on Mar 24, 1925 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA. Julia Ann died in 1890 at Virginia, USA.
Children:
533 + Thomas Jefferson7 DALTON b. Apr 15 1859 d. Jan 1 1925

(252) William Smith6 WEBB, (Amelia5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1822 at Scott, Virginia, and married (534) Catherine ? who was born after 1822. William Smith died on Jul 19, 1865 at Scott, Virginia.
Notes for William Smith WEBB: 1850 Scott Co VA Marriage Registry I William Web m. Catherine Falin; February 3, 1850; Jesse Tyre

1850 Scott, VA Federal Census, #1396 Webb, Smith M27 farmer VA Catharine F24 VA

1865 Scott Co VA Death Records 1853-1870 Wm S Webb; date of death: July 19, 1865; cause of death: shot: age: 43; Place of birth: Scott Co VA; Place of death: Scott Co VA; parents: Wm & Mary Webb; reported by Catherine Webb, wife.

No children of this marriage in these records.

He also married on Feb 3, 1850 at Scott, Virginia, (535) Catherine FALIN, daughter of David FALIN and Elizabeth ROBINETT, who was born in 1826 at Scott, Virginia. Catherine died on Apr 19, 1853 at Clinch River, Scott, Virginia.

1853 Scott, VA Death Records 1853-1870 Catherine Webb, date of death: April 19, 1853; cause of death: consumption; Age: 27; Place of death: Clinch River; Place of birth: Scott Co VA; parents: David & Eliz. Falin, Spouse: William S Webb; reported by: William Webb

No children of this marriage in these records.

(254) Elizabeth6 GARDNER, (Emily5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1831 at Carroll Co., Va, and on May 29, 1856 at Carroll Co., Va, married (195) Eli GOAD, son of Robert "Big Robin" GOAD and Alley DURNEL, who was born in 1831 at Carroll Co., Va. Eli died in 1912 at Va.
Children:
462 + Alexander7 GOAD b. 1861 d. 1956

(255) Tabitha6 GARDNER, (Emily5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1835 at Carroll Co., Va, and on Jul 13, 1857 at Carroll Co., Va, married (196) Wesley GOAD, son of Robert "Big Robin" GOAD and Alley DURNEL, who was born in 1834 at Carroll Co., Va. Wesley died in 1915 at Va.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(256) James Alexander6 GARDNER, (Emily5 DALTON, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born Oct 8, 1847 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA, and on Jan 24, 1870 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA, married (536) Margaret Abigail Abby QUESENBERRY, daughter of Frederick QUESENBERRY and Nancy BANKS, who was born Jan 9, 1849 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA. James Alexander died on May 28, 1937 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA. Margaret Abigail Abby died on Jul 23, 1918 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA.

(286) James A.6 DALTON, (Martin5 DALTON, Reuben4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1857 at Carroll Co., Va, and married (460) Patience NESTER, daughter of Matthews Ganey NESTOR and Elizabeth SEMONES, who was born about 1850 at Carroll Co., Va.
Children:
550 + Jahue7 DALTON b. 1879
551 + Austin DALTON b. 1880
552 + Lee DALTON b. 1883
553 + George DALTON b. Apr 7 1885 d. Jun 17 1939
554 + Enoch DALTON b. 1887 d. 1930
555 + Laura G. DALTON b. 1894 d. 1980

(295) Nathan P.6 DALTON, (Colby5 DALTON, Meridith4, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born Oct 5, 1842 at Grainger Co., TN, and married (558) Rebecca COFFEY who was born about 1835 at Hancock Co., TN. Nathan P. died on Aug 7, 1920 at Grainger Co., TN. Rebecca was married to Adam WOLFE, Jr..
Notes for Nathan P. DALTON: submitted by Don Hadrick
Nathan P Dalton 1842-1920

Nathan P Dalton was born 5 October 1842, and died 7 August 1920. Nathan was the son of Colby Dalton (1814-1897: see DGL 6/26/96). He married Rebecca Coffey, who was born 28 December 1828, and died 22 February 1919. Rebecca Coffey was the daughter of Ausborn Coffey and Matilda Dalton. This was the second marriage for Rebecca Coffey. She married Adam Wolfe 28 March 1848. Nathan Dalton was a soldier in the Civil War. He served with C Company, 12 Battalion Tennessee Cavalry, CSA from August 1863 until 1864.

The children of Nathan P Dalton and Rebecca Coffey included:
Colby Dalton, who was born 18 May 1866, married Mary Campbell, and died 10 May 1919.
Cora Dalton, who was born 25 July 1871, married James H Shockley, and died 31 August 1948.
Percy Dalton, who was born deaf and dumb.
Robert Dalton, who married Lizza Coffey.
With the marriage of Cora Dalton to James H Shockley, this ended the John Meredith Dalton line of the family.

(312) David6 DALTON, (Edley5 DALTON, Carter4, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1849 at Madison Co., Ky, and on Jan 23, 1868 at Estill Co., Ky, married (559) Ann Eliza WYLIE.

No children of this marriage in these records.

He also married (560) Ann M. MCDONALD who was born about 1830.
Children:
561 + Pearl7 DALTON b.c 1871
562 Fannie DALTON
563 Alma DALTON

He also married (564) Nancy Jane LAWSON.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(314) John6 DALTON, (William5 DALTON, Carter4, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1845 at Madison Co., Ky, and married (565) unknown.
Children:
566 + Bessie7 DALTON b.c 1870

(316) Lucinda6 DALTON, (Tandy5 DALTON, Carter4, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1833 at TN, and married (567) Thomas Wesley SCEARCE who was born in 1823 at Grainger Co., TN. Thomas Wesley died in 1887.
Children:
568 + Mary7 SCEARCE b.c 1854

(317) Cornelia6 DALTON, (Tandy5 DALTON, Carter4, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1830 at Grainger Co., TN, and married (569) William COZART who was born about 1825.
Children:
570 + Mary7 COZART b.c 1870

(319) McKinley6 DALTON, (George5 DALTON, Timothy4, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1906 at Idol, Hancock Co., TN, and married (571) Hazel Lee FERGUSON who was born in 1909 at Hancock Co., TN.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(321) James L.6 HEDRICK, (George5 DALTON, Timothy4, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) married (572) unknown.
Children:
573 + Willaim E.7 HEDRICK

(323) Allie6 DALTON, (Colby5 DALTON, Timothy4, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born at Grainger Co., TN, and married (573) Willaim E. HEDRICK, son of James L. HEDRICK and unknown, who was born at Grainger Co., TN.
Children:
574 + Pryor7 HEDRICK

(307) Lucretia6 DALTON, (Carter5 DALTON, Reuben4, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born Aug 15, 1834 at Grainger Co., TN, and on Sep 10, 1854 at Grainger Co., TN, married (124) Carter Jackson DALTON, son of John Meridith DALTON and Delphia RUCKER, who was born about 1825 at Grainger Co., TN. Lucretia died on Aug 26, 1908 at Cass Co., MO.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(239) Mary Granny Polly6 JENNINGS, (Jonathan5 JENNINGS, William4, Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born in 1815 at Virginia, USA, and on May 29, 1833 at Grayson Co., Virginia, USA, married (98) Thomas DALTON, son of Timothy DALTON and Elizabeth (Betsy) PHILLIPS, who was born in 1810 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA. Mary Granny Polly died in 1860. Thomas died in 1851.
Notes for Thomas DALTON: Re: Joseph Payne's Line 6/05/96 Issue From: Sharon Wehry Hi Joe- I am just getting around to going over your line that appeared in the June 5th Gang Letter. Following is for whatever it is worth to you: I have Thomas s/o Timothy Dalton/Elizabeth Phillips as born 1800. This is based on his 1850 Carroll Co, VA census which shows Fam #158 Thomas Dalton 50, Polly 35, Wesley J 17, Jonathan 15, Thomas 13, Susanna 11, Henry C 6, Christina 5, Jahue 3, and Sally 1.

Another researcher, Mary Ann Sutphin, told me that Mary Jennings was the dau of Jonathan and Nancy HensonJennings.

On Susannah Elizabeth Dalton Goad, I have 3 additional children which I got also from Mary Ann. These are from "Cemetery Records of Carroll Co, VA by Carroll Co Historial Society":

Pg 241 Elias D. Goad 1850-1929 Walter Goad Cemetery Pg 528 Ballard Preston Goad 1847-1937 Largen Cemetery Pg 581 Thomas J. Goad 1856-1928 Love Cemetery Leah F. Goad 1861-1948 Love Cemetery she is w/o Thomas J. and dau of James and Leanna Love, she is 2nd wife. Pg 204 Alexander Goad 1861-1956 Cox Cemetery s/o Eli and Elizabeth Gardner Goad

The same researcher has provided the following data regarding marked graves which are found in Wm. Dalton Cemetery, Rt 221, Carroll Co, VA and they are near a bunch of unmarked graves for Daltons and Largens: Gardner, Mrs. Emily d 97 yrs 2 Jan 1909 Gardner, James 15 Jan 1802-12 Aug 1902 age 100 yr 5 m 22 d

Among the unmarked graves in the nearby area according to tradition are:

Dalton, William Dalton, Elizabeth Turman Largen, William Largen, Nancy Dalton Largen, Susanna Dalton, Lewis Dalton, Timothy - has a marker, no dates. Dalton, Elizabeth Phillips Dalton, Thomas Dalton, Mary Jennings

I would appreciate it if you would let me know your source for (1) bd of Thomas, s/o Tim/Elizabeth Phillips and (2)db for James Gardner both of which conflict with the information above. Please tell me which one you consider the correct date, yours or those I got from other researcher. I will appreciate your opinion. Hope this helps. Sharon

THOMAS DALTON BIBLE submitted by Esther Bruesch

(From the Bible of Thomas Dalton owned by Mrs. Melinda Bobbitt, Hillsville, VA. A record of children of Thomas Dalton and his wife Mary Jennings Dalton) I believe it is from LDS film #850094.

Wesley Jefferson Dalton, b. June 13, 1832 William A. Dalton, b. 29 March 1834 Thomas Dalton, b. 25 October 1837 Susannah Dalton, b.15 November 1839 Riley Dalton, b. 21 November 1841 Henry Clay Dalton, b. 27 January 1844 Christian Dalton, b. 3 April 1845 Joshua Dalton, b. 15 April 1847 Sally Dalton, b. 30 March 1849 James Buchanan Dalton, b. 17 December 1852

An additional note on the above family from Sharon Wehry Thomas who married Mary Jennings is son of Timothy Dalton and Elizabeth Phillips of Grayson Co, VA. Timothy Dalton is son of William Dalton/Elizabeth (Sturman?).
Children:
240 + Wesley Jefferson Wess7 DALTON b. Jun 13 1832 d. Mar 24 1925
241 + William A. DALTON b. Mar 29 1834
242 Jonathan DALTON b. 1835
243 + Thomas DALTON b. Oct 25 1837
244 + Susanna DALTON b. Nov 15 1839
245 + Riley DALTON b. Nov 21 1841
246 + Henry Clay DALTON b. Jan 27 1844
247 + Christina DALTON b. Apr 3 1845
248 + Jehue Joshua DALTON b. Apr 15 1847
249 + Sally DALTON b. Mar 30 1849
250 + James Buchanan DALTON b. Dec 17 1852

SEVENTH GENERATION

(460) Patience7 NESTER, (Elizabeth6 SEMONES, Patience5 LARGEN, Nancy4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1850 at Carroll Co., Va, and married (286) James A. DALTON, son of Martin DALTON and Nancy V. COCHRAN, who was born in 1857 at Carroll Co., Va.

(509) Vinetta7 GOAD, (Wiley6 GOAD, James5, Patience4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born May 11, 1883 at Dugspur, Carroll Co., Va, and on Apr 6, 1905 at Burks Fork, Carroll Co., Va, married (553) George DALTON, son of James A. DALTON and Patience NESTER, who was born Apr 7, 1885 at Brio, Carroll Co., Va. Vinetta died on Mar 30, 1959 at Dugspur, Carroll Co., Va. George died on Jun 17, 1939 at Burks Fork, Carroll Co., Va.
Children:
829 + James Wiley8 DALTON b. Feb 10 1906

(533) Thomas Jefferson7 DALTON, (Wesley6 DALTON, Thomas5, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born Apr 15, 1859 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA, and on Jul 17, 1882 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA, married (844) Sarah Jane MABRY. Thomas Jefferson died on Jan 1, 1925 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA.
Children:
845 + Victoria M.8 DALTON b. 1886

(550) Jahue7 DALTON, (James6 DALTON, Martin5, Reuben4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1879 at Grayson Co., Va, and married (846) Maude May HUFF.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(551) Austin7 DALTON, (James6 DALTON, Martin5, Reuben4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1880 at Grayson Co., Va, and married (847) Artiminsa Missy JENNINGS.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(553) George7 DALTON, (James6 DALTON, Martin5, Reuben4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born Apr 7, 1885 at Brio, Carroll Co., Va, and on Apr 6, 1905 at Burks Fork, Carroll Co., Va, married (509) Vinetta GOAD, daughter of Wiley GOAD and Margaret NESTER, who was born May 11, 1883 at Dugspur, Carroll Co., Va. George died on Jun 17, 1939 at Burks Fork, Carroll Co., Va. Vinetta died on Mar 30, 1959 at Dugspur, Carroll Co., Va.
Children:
829 + James Wiley8 DALTON b. Feb 10 1906

(554) Enoch7 DALTON, (James6 DALTON, Martin5, Reuben4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1887 at Grayson Co., Va, and married (848) Viola Texas BRANSCOME. Enoch died in 1930.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(555) Laura G.7 DALTON, (James6 DALTON, Martin5, Reuben4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1894 at Grayson Co., Va, and married (849) Elmer MOTLEY. Laura G. died in 1980 at Henry Co., Ill.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(557) George Charles7 DYER, (George6 DYER, Joab5, Rachel4 DALTON, David3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born Jan 2, 1878 at Warren Co., MO, and in 1900, married (850) Belle IPOCK. George Charles died on Oct 28, 1937 at Shannon, MO.

No children of this marriage in these records

(566) Bessie7 DALTON, (John6 DALTON, William5, Carter4, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1870 at Speedwell, Madison Co., Ky, and married (851) George HAMILTON.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(568) Mary7 SCEARCE, (Lucinda6 DALTON, Tandy5, Carter4, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1854 at TN, and married (852) Seth Carter HOLT who was born in 1854.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(570) Mary7 COZART, (Cornelia6 DALTON, Tandy5, Carter4, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born about 1870, and married (853) James Thomas HOLT who was born in 1870 at Grainger Co., TN.
Children:
854 + Tilman8 HOLT b. 1892 d. 1953

(573) Willaim E.7 HEDRICK, (James6 HEDRICK, George5 DALTON, Timothy4, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born at Grainger Co., TN, and married (323) Allie DALTON, daughter of Colby DALTON and unknown, who was born at Grainger Co., TN.
Children:
574 + Pryor8 HEDRICK

(574) Pryor7 HEDRICK, (Allie6 DALTON, Colby5, Timothy4, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born at Grainger Co., TN, and married (855) unknown.
Children:
856 + Don8 HADRICK

EIGHTH GENERATION

(845) Victoria M.8 DALTON, (Thomas7 DALTON, Wesley6, Thomas5, Timothy4, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1886 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA, and married (1137) Joseph P. TURMAN who was born Dec 16, 1883 at Carroll Co.. Joseph P. died in Feb 1971 at Carroll Co., Virginia, USA.
Children:
1138 + Troy Limon9 TURMAN b. Feb 14 1906 d. Oct 30 1990

(854) Tilman8 HOLT, (Mary7 COZART, Cornelia6 DALTON, Tandy5, Carter4, Reuben3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born in 1892 at Grainger Co., TN, and married (1139) unknown. Tilman died in 1953 at TN.
Children:
1140 + John9 HOLT b. 1911

NINTH GENERATION

(1123) Belva Imogene9 DALTON, (Lizzie8 THOMAS, Lavena7 NESTER, Nancy6 GOAD, Isaac5, Rachel4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born Sep 6, 1930 at Laurel Fork, Carroll Co., Va, and on Jun 23, 1953 at Blountville, Sullivan Co., TN, married (1370) Clarence Lonzo MINTON, son of Henry Harrison MINTON and Eva Earl HILL, who was born Sep 14, 1923 at Avant, Garland Co., Arkansas.
Children:
1371 + Sharon Delois10 MINTON b. Sep 23 1957

(1268) Lafayette Monroe9 DALTON, (Penelope8 QUESENBERRY, Frederick7, Thomas6 QUISENBERRY, Mary5 PHILLIPS, Margaret4 JENNINGS, Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) married on May 18, 1908 at Carroll County, Virginia (1420) Martha E. GOAD who was born in 1882 at Carroll County, Virginia. Martha E. died in Apr 1956 and was buried at Liberty Hill Cem, Carroll County, Virginia.

No children of this marriage in these records.

(1274) Ida9 QUESENBERRY, (Peter8 QUESENBERRY, Andrew7, Thomas6 QUISENBERRY, Mary5 PHILLIPS, Margaret4 JENNINGS, Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born Apr 20, 1901 at Radford, Montgomery, Virginia, and married (1432) Claude Lane PAYNE who was born Apr 3, 1893 at Gastonia, North Carolina. Ida died in 1990. Claude Lane died in 1958.
Children:
1433 + Ralph Lee10 PAYNE b. 1922 d. 1985
1434 + Howard Calvin PAYNE b. Nov 15 1924

(1279) Martha Ellen9 QUESENBERRY, (Peter8 QUESENBERRY, Andrew7, Thomas6 QUISENBERRY, Mary5 PHILLIPS, Margaret4 JENNINGS, Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born in 1871, and married (1446) Dexter GOAD, "Deck" who was born in 1867. Martha Ellen died in 1927. Dexter died in 1939.
Notes for Dexter GOAD "Deck": "Deck" Goad was present in the Carroll County courtroom in 1912 when the Allen clan "shot up" the courthouse, killing presiding Judge Massey among others. A daughter of Deck was slightly wounded. He was a United States Commissioner and county Clerk of Carroll County, a power in the Republican Party of Virginia for many years.
Children:
1447 Martha10 GOAD d. 1981
1448 Claire Adams WADE
1449 Robley 'Ted' WADE, Dr. b. 1889
1450 Mary J. GOAD b. 1899

(1281) Posey Emmit9 QUESENBERRY, (Peter8 QUESENBERRY, Andrew7, Thomas6 QUISENBERRY, Mary5 PHILLIPS, Margaret4 JENNINGS, Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born in 1875, and married (1459) Isabelle Ellen JENNINGS who was born in 1877. Posey Emmit died in 1934. Isabelle Ellen died in 1965.
Children:
1460 Kermit10 QUESENBERRY
1461 Gladys QUESENBERRY

(1282) Eliza Rose9 QUESENBERRY, (Peter8 QUESENBERRY, Andrew7, Thomas6 QUISENBERRY, Mary5 PHILLIPS, Margaret4 JENNINGS, Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born in 1877, and married (1462) Amos Dickerson GOAD who was born in 1871. Eliza Rose died in 1965.
Children:
1463 Arabella10 DICKERSON
1464 Vivian QUESENBERRY
1465 Elihu R. DICKERSON
1466 James Otis DICKERSON, Dr.
1467 Warren Dexter GOAD

(1290) Asa R.9 QUESENBERRY, (William8 QUESENBERRY, Andrew7, Thomas6 QUISENBERRY, Mary5 PHILLIPS, Margaret4 JENNINGS, Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) married (1468) Mary Elizabeth GOAD.
Children:
1469 Oliver10 QUESENBERRY b. 1896 d. 1980
1470 Maggie QUESENBERRY b. 1903 d. 1983

(1292) Mary 'Emma'9 QUESENBERRY, (William8 QUESENBERRY, Andrew7, Thomas6 QUISENBERRY, Mary5 PHILLIPS, Margaret4 JENNINGS, Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born in 1874, and married (1471) Thomas QUESENBERRY who was born in 1868. Mary 'Emma' died in 1952. Thomas died in 1958.
Children:
1472 Gordon Lee10 QUESENBERRY b. 1893 d. 1985
1473 Glaydia Oma QUESENBERRY b. 1917

(1339) Betty Lenora9 PHILLIPS, (Joseph8 PHILLIPS, Riley7, Jehu6, Joseph5, Margaret4 JENNINGS, Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born Dec 3, 1912 at Tazewell, Claiborne Co., Tennessee, and on Apr 2, 1929 at Pineville, Bell Co., Kentucky, married (1513) Al George PAYNE, son of Lafayette Greene PAYNE and Mattie Alice LIVESAY, who was born May 22, 1912 at Lone Mountain, Claiborne Co., Tennessee. Al George died on Dec 14, 1986 at Tazewell, Claiborne Co., Tennessee and was buried on Dec 17, 1986 at Tazewell, Irish Cemetary, Claiborne Co., Tennessee.

Notes for Betty Lenora PHILLIPS: !My mother who passed away in January of 1999 remembered most everything from her early childhood and a valuable resource in helping me compile most of my research.

Notes for Al George PAYNE: !Al Payne my father died in 1986 while helping me move a load of logs from our 145 acres on the Clinch River where my family have owned property within 100 miles of where my family settled over 200 years. He was a retired rural mail carrier.
Children:
1514 + Robert Thomas10 PAYNE b. Nov 8 1931
1515 + George Edward PAYNE b. Jan 18 1933
1516 + Joseph Alan PAYNE b. Nov 10 1949
1517 + Betsy Ann PAYNE b. Oct 16 1951

TENTH GENERATION
(1371) Sharon Delois10 MINTON, (Belva9 DALTON, Lizzie8 THOMAS, Lavena7 NESTER, Nancy6 GOAD, Isaac5, Rachel4 DALTON, William3, Timothy2, Timothy1) was born Sep 23, 1957 at Hot Springs, Arkansas, and married (1535) Travis Lee PHIPPS who was born about 1955 at Arkansas.

(1433) Ralph Lee10 PAYNE, (Ida9 QUESENBERRY, Peter8, Andrew7, Thomas6 QUISENBERRY, Mary5 PHILLIPS, Margaret4 JENNINGS, Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born in 1922, and married (1561) Virginia RICKMAN who was born in 1927. Ralph Lee died in 1985.
Children:
1562 Margaret11 PAYNE b. 1942
1563 Patricia PAYNE b. 1948
1564 Anthony PAYNE b. 1955

(1434) Howard Calvin10 PAYNE, (Ida9 QUESENBERRY, Peter8, Andrew7, Thomas6 QUISENBERRY, Mary5 PHILLIPS, Margaret4 JENNINGS, Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born Nov 15, 1924 at Lynchburg, Richmond, Virginia, and married (1565) Violet Louvenia TUGGLE who was born May 6, 1924 at Washington Count, Virginia.
Children:
1566 + Betty June11 PAYNE b. 1947
1567 + Robert Calvin PAYNE b. 1950
1568 + Donald Clifford PAYNE b. 1952
1569 + Kathy Marie PAYNE b. 1956
1570 + Janet Ann PAYNE b. Aug 25 1958

(1479) Billy Joe10 HURST, (Garrett9 HURST, Garrett8, Nicotie7 QUESENBERRY, James6 QUISENBERRY, Mary5 PHILLIPS, Margaret4 JENNINGS, Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) married (1598) LIVING, daughter of Willie Earnest (Pud) ANDERSON and Blanche Lois PAYNE.
Children:
1599 + Cova Jean11 HURST

(1516) Joseph Alan10 PAYNE, (Betty9 PHILLIPS, Joseph8, Riley7, Jehu6, Joseph5, Margaret4 JENNINGS, Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born Nov 10, 1949 at Tazewell, Claiborne Co., Tennessee.

(1534) Joseph Daniel10 PHILLIPS, (Joseph9 PHILLIPS, John8, Riley7, Jehu6, Joseph5, Margaret4 JENNINGS, Diannah3 BOBBITT, Elizabeth2 DALTON, Timothy1) was born Apr 7, 1946 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA, and on Sep 22, 1972 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA, married (1646) Linda COLLINS who was born May 22, 1949 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA.
Children:
1647 + Thadius Christopher11 PHILLIPS b. Sep 27 1974

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