Jones County, NC
Posted Queries for December 2002 thru January 2003
SURNAMES: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
on Sunday, December 1, 2002
Becton Ralph Heath (Confederate solider) is buried in the Banks family cemetery near Comfort. Does anyone know where his mother and father are buried?
- PIBUS, PYBAS, PYBASS
on Monday, December 16, 2002
I have the following information on the Pibus/Pybass/Pybas family. John Pybass was a plantation owner in the West Indies and either Henry a brother or son was in Jones County in the early 1700's. Henry had the following children: John, James who moved to Lincoln County Tennessee where he died in 1817, Henry Jr. who may have settled in Georgia, Nathan, Nancy, Catron, and William who moved to Wilson County Tennesee then Rutherford County Tennesee and he died in the Battle of New Orleans in the War of 1812. John's children were John Jr. and Mary who married Christopher Hufman. James married Celia Sarah Hawkins and they had James Jr.. William married Elizabeth ??? and they had the following children: Mary "Polly", Stephan, Elizabeth, James and Nathaniel. Stephan never married and lived in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Nathaniel married Pauline Allen Vaughn in Rutherford County Tennessee and moved to Trenton Gibson County Tennessee and had the following children: James (11/1! 5/1833-), Samuel (3/13/1838-10/18/1861), Mary Eugenia (6/12/1842-2/20/1930) who married Samuel Harwood, Sarah Bell (1/21/1847-12/28/1857),Nathaniel Hatchette (5/2/1852-7/10/1930) never married, Robert Luther (5/16/1856-1/26/1920) who married ???,Amercia (6/12/1839- ???) who married Matthew D. Caton, Parks Jefferson(10/30/1844-9/19/1934) whoo married Elizabeth Adelaide Hooker, Ashley Allen (1849-1921) who married Mary E. Boles, Nancy Emily (3/18/1854-3/17/1907) who married Pherrell Vincent Rogers and moved to Waverly Humpreys County Tennessee and William Eagleton (11/19/1835-12/26/1908) who married Amelia Moody. My line is the Nancy Emily Pybass/Rogers line. I need any corrections, additions and new data. John Thomas
on Sunday, January 12, 2003
Looking for people that are interested in Mallards from Daniel Mallard Sr B:1731 with son LAWSON Mallard B:1762 who married a Colvett, and had sons Daniel L(Lawson) Mallard B:1805, D:1841 Bedford, Tennessee. and Jamison B Mallard B:1806, both seen on the 1810 U. S. Census, with LAWSON, Jamison went on to Lawrence Co,M.O. to Ark, to D:Texas. LAWSON had other children, LAWSON was a vetran of the Revolution as was his brother Daniel Mallard Jr.B:1781.