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Dear Family, This is my DAR line. If you connect but lack the proof I would be happy to help. 

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Ancestors of Linda Sue Butler

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

        1.  Linda Sue Butler, born  in Tulsa, OK.  She was the daughter of 2. Lonnie Jesseman Butler and 3. Iva Horn.  She married (1) Stephen Karl Fisher in Tarzana, CA.  He was born  in Queens, NY.

 

Notes for Linda Sue Butler:

BIRTH RECORD FOR LINDA BUTLER

 

MARRIAGE RECORD FOR LINDA BUTLER HARRIS AND STEPHEN FISHER

 

Generation No. 2

 

        2.  Lonnie Jesseman Butler, born in OK; died in OK.  He married 3. Iva Horn 01 Jun 1943 in Sand Springs,Tulsa Co., OK.

        3.  Iva Horn, born 09 Aug 1913 in Neshoba, Pushmataha Co., OK; died 01 Sep 1999 in Sand Springs, OK.  She was the daughter of 6. William Henderson Horn and 7. Betty Frances Hufstedler.

 

Notes for Lonnie Jesseman Butler:

DEATH RECORD FOR LONNIE BUTLER

 

Notes for Iva Horn:

BIRTH RECORD FOR IVA HORN

 

MARRIAGE RECORD FOR IVA HORN AND LONNIE BUTLER

 

DEATH RECORD FOR IVA HORTON

 

 

More About Iva Horn:

Burial: Woodland Cemetery, Sand Springs, OK

       

Child of Lonnie Butler and Iva Horn is:

        1                 i.    Linda Sue Butler, born  in Tulsa, OK; married Stephen Karl Fisher  in Tarzana, CA.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

        6.  William Henderson Horn, born 24 Feb 1878 in Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA; died 14 Dec 1967 in Sand Springs, OK.  He married 7. Betty Frances Hufstedler 29 Dec 1901 in Success, Clay Co., AR.

        7.  Betty Frances Hufstedler, born 10 May 1887 in Linn, Osage Co. MO; died 11 Jun 1979 in Tulsa, OK.  She was the daughter of 14. Jacob Flemine Hufstedler and 15. Mary Jane West.

 

More About William Henderson Horn:

Burial: Woodland Cemetery, Sand Springs, OK

 

Notes for Betty Frances Hufstedler:

Marriage Record for Betty Frances Hufstedler and William Henderson Horn

 

DEATH RECORD FOR BETTY FRANCES HUFSTEDLER HORN AND WILLIAM HENDERSON

 

More About Betty Frances Hufstedler:

Burial: Woodland Cemetery, Sand Springs, OK

 

Marriage Notes for William Horn and Betty Hufstedler:

Copy OF MARRIAGE RECORD

       

Child of William Horn and Betty Hufstedler is:

        3                 i.    Iva Horn, born 09 Aug 1913 in Neshoba, Pushmataha Co., OK; died 01 Sep 1999 in Sand Springs, OK; married Lonnie Jesseman Butler 01 Jun 1943 in Sand Springs,Tulsa Co., OK.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

        14.  Jacob Flemine Hufstedler, born 01 May 1851 in Anderson Co., TN; died 10 Oct 1899 in Osage Co., MO.  He married 15. Mary Jane West 02 Oct 1873 in Osage Co., MO.

        15.  Mary Jane West, born 1854 in Osage Co., MO; died 26 Feb 1929 in Osage Co., MO.  She was the daughter of 30. Bayless/Balis West and 31. Mary A.(Polly) Cox.

 

More About Jacob Flemine Hufstedler:

Burial: Pointer's Creek Cemetery, Osage Co., MO T43n R8W Section 25

 

Notes for Mary Jane West:

I HAVE COPY OF DEATH RECORD FOR MARY JANE HUFSTEDLER  date of death Feb. 26, 1929 in Washington Co. Missouri.

 

Marriage Record for Mary J West and Jacob F. Hufstedler

 

More About Mary Jane West:

Burial: Shirley Cemetery

 

Marriage Notes for Jacob Hufstedler and Mary West:

I HAVE COPY OF MARRIAGE for Mary J. West and Jacob F. Hufstedler in Osage Co. MO Oct. 2, 1873

       

Child of Jacob Hufstedler and Mary West is:

        7                 i.    Betty Frances Hufstedler, born 10 May 1887 in Linn, Osage Co. MO; died 11 Jun 1979 in Tulsa, OK; married William Henderson Horn 29 Dec 1901 in Success, Clay Co., AR.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

        30.  Bayless/Balis West, born 1830 in Osage Co., MO; died in unknown.  He was the son of 60. Samuel West and 61. Nancy Pointer.  He married 31. Mary A.(Polly) Cox 05 Nov 1848 in Osage Co., MO.

        31.  Mary A.(Polly) Cox, born 07 Oct 1825 in TN; died in unknown.

 

Notes for Mary A.(Polly) Cox:

Death record states that Mary Jane Hufstedler's parents were Bailis West and Polene Kocks.(Polly Cox)

 

Marriage Record for Balis West and Polly Cox.

       

Child of Bayless/Balis West and Mary Cox is:

        15               i.    Mary Jane West, born 1854 in Osage Co., MO; died 26 Feb 1929 in Osage Co., MO; married Jacob Flemine Hufstedler 02 Oct 1873 in Osage Co., MO.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

        60.  Samuel West, born 1804 in Hawkins, TN; died Abt. 1880 in Osage Co., MO.  He was the son of 120. James West and 121. Nancy Grigsby.  He married 61. Nancy Pointer 25 Sep 1829 in Franklin Co., MO.

        61.  Nancy Pointer, born 1811 in MO; died Abt. 1880 in Osage Co., MO.

 

Notes for Samuel West:

Marriage Record for Samuel West and Nancy Pointer

 

 

 

More About Samuel West:

Military service: Capt. Cooper Co. Osage Co. Reg't MO H&G

 

Marriage Notes for Samuel West and Nancy Pointer:

Have Hard Copy of Marriage record:

 

Franklin Co. Mo.     Book A  page 39

 

"I certify that I solemnized the bonds of matrimony between Samuel West and Nancy Pointer both of Franklin County, State of Missouri on the twenty fourth day of September 1829.  Given under my hand this 25th day of Sempter 1829, 

 

John Obn??on  J.P.

 

Recorded 12th of October 1829

 

Wm. G. Ow????   Ck.

       

Child of Samuel West and Nancy Pointer is:

        30               i.    Bayless/Balis West, born 1830 in Osage Co., MO; died in unknown; married Mary A.(Polly) Cox 05 Nov 1848 in Osage Co., MO.

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

        120.  James West, born 12 Oct 1771 in Page Co., VA; died 05 Feb 1834 in Hawkins, TN.  He married 121. Nancy Grigsby 1798 in Rogersville, Hawkins Co., TN.

        121.  Nancy Grigsby, born 1776 in Hawkins, TN; died Sep 1838 in Hawkins, TN.  She was the daughter of 242. John Jr. Grigsby and 243. Winifred/ Winney Ashby.

 

Notes for James West:

The original will books of the county were destroyed about  1863, but the County Court Clerk sometime after the Civil, copied the wills from the surviving loose papers that he was able to read.  Most of the originals are preserved in the Hawkins County Court House, Rogersville, Tennessee. 

 

 

        WILL OF JAMES WEST

 

Page 488    Dated: February 5, 1834

 

In the Name of God, Amen.  I James West of the County of Hawkins and State of Tennessee, being weak in body but in perfect mind and memory, thanks be given to God.  Calling into mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament.  That is to say; Principally and first of all, I give and recommend my soul into the hand of Almighty God that gave it and my body I recommend to the Earth to be buried in decent Christian burial at the discretion of my Executors, nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God. Andas touching such worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God to Bless me in this life, I give, devise anddispose of the same in the following manner and form:

 

First, I give and bequeath to Nancy my dearly beloved wife all my household and kitchen furniture and farming utensils and movable effects and all my stock, horses, cattle, sheep a nd hogs and ten negroes, to wit: Joe, Cate, Sind, Sall, Anderson, Looney, Jeff, Bets, Lisa, and Sook and their increase, which she is to have her lifetime and at her death all to be equally divided amongst my heirs to wit: Joe, William, Bayless, Samuel, Winney, Elizabeth, James, Polly, Calvin, Gideon, Lucy and Nancy.  Also, my landswhich is to be equally divided among the said heirs at my wife's death by her freely to be possessed and enjoyed, and I do hereby utterly disallow,revoke and disannual all and every other testments, wills, legacies, bequests and Executors by me in any ways named, willed, and bequeathed, ratifying and comfirming this and no other to be my last Will and Testament.  In witness whereof I  have hereunto set my hand and seal this fifth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand, eight hundred and thirty four.

 

James West  (seal)

 

Signed sealed published pronounced and declared by said James West as his last Will and Testament in presence of us who, in the presence of each other, have hereunto subscribed our names.

 

 

 

                THIS WILL NAMES ALL OF JAMES WEST AND NANCY CHILDREN  INCLUDING SAMUEL

       

Child of James West and Nancy Grigsby is:

        60               i.    Samuel West, born 1804 in Hawkins, TN; died Abt. 1880 in Osage Co., MO; married Nancy Pointer 25 Sep 1829 in Franklin Co., MO.

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

        242.  John Jr. Grigsby, born 05 Oct 1752 in Culpepper Co., VA; died 28 Sep 1826 in Hawkins, TN.  He was the son of 484. John Grigsby and 485. Rosanna Etchinson.  He married 243. Winifred/ Winney Ashby Abt. 1772.

        243.  Winifred/ Winney Ashby, born 1757 in VA; died 1830 in Hawkins, TN.

 

Notes for John Jr. Grigsby:

WILL OF JOHN GRIGSBY

 

Page 214

Dated: Sept. 28, 1826

Know all men by these presents that I John Grigsby of the County of Hawkins and State of Tennessee, being sick and weak of body but of sound mind and memory do this day make my last Will and Testament. First of all, I give and commend my life into the hands of Almighty God who gave it and my body to the Earth from whence it sprang. I give and bequeath to my wife Winney Grigsby my negro man Will and his family, Viz: Susan, Frank and Gibson, as long as she lives. I give and bequeath to my son Nathaniel Grigsby and Ashby Grigsby all my lands and tenaments lying on the south side of Holston River adjoining on the west to James Sanders' land and to James Bredens' line on the east to be equally divided between them. Nathaniel Grigsby is to have the part of the land I now live on, together with the buildings. The said Nathaniel Grigsby and Ashby Grigsby are to have no part of the remainder of my lands. My negro man Will is to be no longer a slave after the death of me and my wife Winney Grigsby; he shall be allowed to live with any of the children as he pleases or with anybody else. I give and bequeath to my daughter Judy Smith ten dollars out of my Estate and all I have gave her and no more. I give to my daughter Elizabeth Rutherford and John Rutherford her husband ten dollars out of the Estate I now have and all I have gave them and no more. I give to my daughter Fanny Wood, dec'd and John Wood her husband ten dollars out of my estate and all I have gave them and no more. I give to my daughter Polly Smith and James Smith her husband ten dollars out of my estate and all I have gave them and no more. I give to my daughter Winney Rutherford and John Rutherford her husband ten dollars out of my estate and all I have gave them and no more. William Grigsby my son is to have $235.00 out of my estate over and above an equal share of the remainder of my estate lands excepted being indebted for the value and all I have gave him and no more. James Grigsby is to have an equal share of my Estate, lands excepted. Also Samuel Grigsby is to have an equal share of my Estate lands excepted. John Grigsby is to have the price of a plantation out of my estate to be worth Five Hundred Dollars and equal part of the estate. Nancy West and her husband James West is to have an equal share of my Estate, lands excepted. Lucy Murrel [Herrial--see original] is to have an equal share of my estate, lands excepted, and negro Ede and negro Alcy also. I give to my two grand daughters Louisiana Smith and Minerva Smith a negro girl named Rose and all I have give them shall be theirs and no more. So this my last Will and Testament whereunto I have set my hand and affixed my seal, This twenty eighth day of September, 1826.

N.B. I will that my son James Grigsby be appointed Guardian for Louisiana and Manerva Smith, my grand daughters over the negroes I have gave them above mentioned.

John x Grigsby (Seal) (his mark)

Witness: Jesse Creech

 

 

 

 

        THIS NAMES NANCY AS WIFE OF JAMES WEST

       

Child of John Grigsby and Winifred/ Ashby is:

        121             i.    Nancy Grigsby, born 1776 in Hawkins, TN; died Sep 1838 in Hawkins, TN; married James West 1798 in Rogersville, Hawkins Co., TN.

 

 

Generation No. 9

 

        484.  John Grigsby, born 1720 in Stafford Co., VA; died 07 Apr 1794 in Culpepper Co., VA.  He married 485. Rosanna Etchinson 1753 in Culpepper, VA.

        485.  Rosanna Etchinson

 

Notes for John Grigsby:

 

 

'Apprentices of Virginia' listed John Grigsby beginning date March 11, 1728,  white male,       Occupation: blacksmith for unspecified time.

 

He was a solider in both the Colonial War and the Revolutionary War.  Solider John was one of Augustine Washington's Company at the siege of Carthagene.  In the Revolution, Capt. John Grigsby commanded a company in the 13th Regiment Virginia, Culpepper Virginia Minutemen.

 

 

National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 17 page 245 

 

Capt. John Grigsby, (1720-1794) commanded a company in the Thirteenth regiment Virginia Line during the Revolution.  As he had served in two wars he was known as "Soldier John."  He was born in Stafford Co. and died in Rockbridge Co., VA.

 

 

 

He died April 7, 1794 and was buried in the cemetery of the Falling Springs Presbyterian Church.  The oldest congregation in the Fincastle Presbytery in Rockbridge Co., VA.  Falling Springs Presbyterian Church was organized before 1748.  The Hanover Presbytery met there in October of 1780.  The present Gothic Revival Church was Constructed of slave made brick during the Civil War.  At the time of it's dedication in April, 1864, General Thomas L. Rosser's Cavalry Brigade was camped here.  The first burial in the present cemetery was that of John Grigsby of Fruit Hill.    The cemetery is located on Route 11, 7 miles south of Lexington, VA.

 

INSCRIPTIONS AT FALLING SPRING CEMETERY.

 

SACRED to the memory of John Grigsby, who was born (???), 1720, and departed this life April 7, 1794.

 

        Pause, reader, here, and look with solemn dread

        Upon the last lone dwelling of the dead.

        Though numerous graves appear on every hand,

        This was the first of all the silent band.

 

 

       

Child of John Grigsby and Rosanna Etchinson is:

        242             i.    John Jr. Grigsby, born 05 Oct 1752 in Culpepper Co., VA; died 28 Sep 1826 in Hawkins, TN; married Winifred/ Winney Ashby Abt. 1772.

 

 

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