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pochahontus Teaters -davis line kentucky
Posted by: jan lala (ID *****7442) Date: May 22, 2007 at 09:21:38
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Boleyn Clark the Great-grandfather of Col. Albert H. Clark, lived in the
Pendleton District, South Carolina. He had sons, Joseph, DAVID, Jonathan and
Micajah. His wife was Winnifred Buford, and related to Gen?l Abe Buford and
Tom Buford near Lexington, Ky. ? This same BOLEYN CLARK had some 2 or 3
daughters, one married a Davis, and two of them perhaps married Thompsons.
The original Boyeyn Clark also as stated had a son DAVID CLARK, he settled
near Dresden, TN. Also had a son named Micajah Clark, he settled near
Lexington KY. Joseph Clark, a son, left Greenville Dist. SC about 1803 and
came to KY. He married an Indian Maiden named Ann GOLDEN, the daughter of
Chief Golden of the Cherokee tribe." [The writer obviously shared
correspondents or had access to McNaught?s work / or she his for the wording
closely matches her published genealogy.]

anne golden daughter of cheif golden a minor cheif of double head, married joseph clark.

Husband: Bolling Clark
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Born: 1720 at: Louisa Co. VA
Married: Abt 1748 at:
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Father:Christopher Clark
Mother:Penelope
Other Spouses:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wife: Winefred Buford
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--------------------------------------------------------------------------------CHILDREN
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Christopher Clark
Born: 10 May 1743 at: Virginia
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Elizabeth Clark
Born: 23 Jan 1745 at: Virginia
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Bolling Clark
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Edward Clark
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Zachariah Clark
Born: at:
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Joseph Clark
Born: at:
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Spouses: Ann Golden
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: David Clark
Born: at:
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Micajah Clark
Born: 3 Dec 1749 at:
Married: 8 Dec 1770 at: Louisa Co. VA
Died: 23 Dec 1839 at:
Spouses: Luranna Johnson
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Jonathon Clark
Born: 20 May 1759 at: Bedford County, Virginia
Married: at:
Died: 12 Mar 1851 at: Christian County, Kentucky
Spouses: Jane Rogers
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Joseph "Jo" CLARK
Mary Ann GOLDEN
Husband: Joseph "Jo" CLARK
Birth: 1770, Bedford Co., VA
Death; 1841, Christian Co., KY
Will proved: 8 Mar 1842
Father said to be: Bolen CLARK
Mother said to be: Winifred BUFORD
I have some concern that these are not the correct parents for Joseph because Winifred would have been 46 years old when he was born. Had Bolen remarried a second, younger wife? Or is Joseph not Bolen's son, at all?

Marriage: 1790, Pendleton Co., SC
Transhumance said to be: 1803, to Christian Co., KY (same year as alleged brother Jonathan)
Wife: Mary Ann GOLDEN
Birth: 1776, Powhatan Co., VA
Death: bef. 1838, Christian Co., KY
Father: Richard GOLDING could they be GAULDING?
Mother: Susanna WILMOTH
Children:
1. James C. CLARK, b. 13 Jun 1791, Pendleton Co., SC
2. Lemuel CLARK, b. 11 Apr 1792, Louisa Co., VA
3. Rachel CLARK, b. 8 Feb. 1795, Louisa Co., VA; m. 1816, Christian Co., KY, David CLARK, Jr. (1792- )
4. Alfred CLARK, b. 21 Dec 1798, Louisa Co., VA
5. Susannah CLARK, b. 9 Aug 1800, Louisa Co., VA
6. Eusibia CLARK, b. 23 Aug 1802, Louisa Co., VA; m. Mr. BROWN
7. Jonathan CLARK, b. 12 Jul 1804, Christian Co., KY
8. Joab CLARK (Sr.), b. 23 Jul 1807, Christian Co., KY
9. Lucetta CLARK, b. 14 Apr 1809, Christian Co., KY; m. Reed RENSHAW; children: Finis RENSHAW, James RENSHAW, Mildred RENSHAW, Amanda RENSHAW
10. Samuel CLARK, b. 1810, Christian Co., KY
11. Harriet CLARK, b. 27 Aug 1811, Christian Co., KY

samuel clark marrried lucinda shelton

Depending on the source, Bolling?s birth year is given anywhere from "circa
1717" to circa "1723" with specific birth dates of 15 FEB 1720 and 4 DEC
1723 thrown in for good measure. Needless to say, none are cited from
primary sources. "1719" is recorded by Margery B. (Rogers) Clark in a Bible
entry dated circa 1838, the date of her marriage to T. G. Clark. [I refer
you to a previous message forwarded from Kay Sugg Best.] Bowling is the 6th
child named in "Capt." Christopher Clark?s Louisa Co. VA will (dated 14 AUG
1741): "I give my loving son Bowling Clark, four hundred acres of land in
Hanover County lying on the northwest side joining on the land of Mr. Thomas
Carr and on ye County ---, two young negroes named Nance and Robin and one
horse named Spret, one gun, one feather bed and furniture, two cows and
calves, my trooping arms and my great Bible, and all my law books." [p. 127
McNaught] (Trooping arms seems a strange gift for a son who was a devout
Quaker; is there a clue here? At the time he wrote the will, Christopher was
a vestryman in the Anglican Church. But a couple years later, Christopher
and his son, Bowling, were named overseers of the Sugarloaf Monthly
Meeting.)

Page 254.

Christopher Clark, once in Louisa, now in Georgia, an account of
his family, June, 1791: Milly Tyrell his wife; Micajah, oldest son
married; Christopher age 30; David aged 28; Morning, aged 26 - has five
daughters; Judith, married aged 24 - one child; Rachel about 22, has
3 boys -- a widow now; Agathy about 20; Molly about 18 married; Samuel,
16; Joshua, 14; Milley, 12; Chiles Tyrell died aged 2 months; Suckie, 9;
Lucy, 5.
this christopher was the son of micajah clark brother of bolling clark. whi joined his uncle bolling and cousins in sc.and elbert georgia.

Notes for Penelope Bolling:
According to "The History of Elbert County Georgia", " Penelope Bolling was a direct descendant of the Indian Princess, Pocahontas, through Colonel Robert Bolling, who married Jean Rolfe, granddaughter of the Princess. The name "Bolling" appears in latter generations which gives credit to the fact." p. 392


Children of Christopher Clark and Penelope Bolling are:
i. Edward Clark235, born 1710; died Unknown.
ii. Agnes Clark235, born 1712; died Unknown.
iii. Rachel Clark235, born Aft. 1712; died Unknown.
iv. Sarah Clark235, born Aft. 1712; died Unknown.
v. Bolling Clark235, born Aft. 1713; died Unknown.
468 vi. Micajah Clark, born 1718; died Unknown; married Judith Adams Oct 1736.
vii. Elizabeth Clark235, born 26 Feb 1719/20; died Unknown.

EARLY SETTLERS OF SANGAMON COUNTY - 1876
By John Carroll Power

These biographies were submitted by a researcher and evidently abstracted from the 1876 History of Sangamon County, IL. Errors could occur, so one should always verify the correctness by obtaining copies of vitals and performing all necessary research to document what is contained herein.




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SHELTON, STEPHEN, was born about 1777, in North Carolina, married there to Lydia Heath, and at once moved to Ohio, near the mouth of Sciota river, where two children were born, and the family moved across the Ohio river into Cabell county, West Virginia, where seven children were born. He was a soldier from Virginia in the war of 1812, and from there moved to Sangamon county, Illinois, arriving in May, 1826, in what is now Curran township, where two children were born. Of their eleven children--

WILLIAM, born March 18, 1807, in Ohio, married in Sangamon county, Feb. 11, 1830, to Prudence Neal. They had five living children. JOHN R. enlisted Sept. 1862, in Co. B, 130th Ill. Inf., for three years, served until late in 1863, when he was detailed to the Chicago Mercantile Battery, which was captured and he was returned to his regiment, which was afterwards consolidated with the 77th Ill. Inf. He was honorably discharged in August, 1865. J. R. Shelton married Eliza Kinney. They had five children. WILLIAM A. died Sept. 23, 1876. JAMES R., LUELLA, CHARLES and MARGARET C., the four latter, live with their parents near Atwood, Moultre county, Illinois. AMARINE married Richard C. Smith. See his name. DANIEL M. married Nancy A. Dodd. They have three children, and live near Chatham, Illinois. JAMES M. married Louisa McComas. They have three living children, MARY S., IDA E., and SMITH, and live in Chatham. ZARILDA married James Worth. They have six children, and live near Taylorville, Illinois. William Shelton and his wife live in Chatham, Sangamon county, Ill. He was at work in the Galena lead mines when the Winnebago war broke out in 1827, and volunteered in a company raised at the mines. When it was over he remained at Galena until 1830 when he returned to Sangamon county. His recollection of the "deep snow" is that it was four feet on a level in the timber. Corn shocks showed eighteen inches above the snow. He also remembers the sudden change of Dec. 20, 1836, and that geese and chickens froze fast in the slush. Water froze in ripples.

SOPHIA, born in 1809 in Ohio, was married in Sangamon county to Elisha McComas. See his name.

NANCY, born in Cabell county, Va., married in Sangamon county to David McComas. See his name.

JAMES, born in Cabell county, West Virginia, married in Sangamon county Sally A. Beckelheimer, who died, aud he married Letitia Wyckoff, who died, and he married a third time. He had seven children. He had two sons, JASPER and NEWTON. The former was killed at the battle of Chickamauga; the latter was wounded at the same battle, had a leg amputated and died in consequence of it nearly five years later. James Shelton resides in Texas.

MORRIS, born in West Virginia, was a soldier in an Illinois regiment in the Mexican war, and was killed on a scout the day before the battle of Cerro Gordo in 1847.

JOHN, born in West Virginia, was in the same company and regiment from Illinois, in the Mexican war, fought through the battle of Cerro Gordo, came home, married Nancy Bogby, had eight children, and lives in Kansas.

ELEVEN, born in West Virginia, married in Sangamon county to Martha Bogby, have six children, and lives in Kansas.

SALLY, born in West Virginia, married in Sangamon county to Thomas Wyckoff, and both died without children.

LUCINDA, born in West Virginia, married in Sangamon county to Samuel Clarke. They have nine children, and reside at Butler, Bates county, Mo.

ELEANOR, born in West Virginia, married in Sangamon county to Mordecai Howard, had three children, and both died.

ZERILDA, born in Sangamon county, married Jesse Mitts, have six children, and live in Montgomery county.

ELISHA, born in Sangamon county, married Esther Murphy, had four children, and she and two of the children died, and he married Leathy Tongate. They have one child, and reside in Wayne county, Iowa.

Mrs. Lydia Shelton died Nov. 20, 1830, and Stephen Shelton was married in April, 1831, to Judith Neal. They had five children born in Sangamon county.

MARY, married Francis Reed, and died leaving four children in Iowa.

REBECCA, married James Stamper. They have eight children, and reside in Curran township.

AMANDA, married William Jones, have five children, and live in Iowa.

MANVILLA, married Elisha Harbor, had six children, and she died. He married and resides in Montgomery county.

MARTIN, born March 22, 1844, in Sangamon county, enlisted June 6, 1862, in Co. B, 7th Ill. Inf., for three years, was honorably discharged Oct. 3, 1862; enlisted Oct. 5, 1864, in Co. B, 13th U. S. A., for three years, and was honorably discharged July 27, 1867, in Montana Territory, married in Sangamon county, June 24, 1868, to Sarah J. Dill, have two children, WILLIAM DALLAS and LOUIS W., and reside in Chatham township.

Stephen Shelton died Jan. 22, 1859, in Sangamon county, and his widow resides with his son, William, in Chatham.



-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- samuel clark son of joseph clark and cherokee ann. married lucinda shelton, daughter of stephen selton and lydia heath, another vwesion is that samuel was the son of josephs daughter racheal and her 1st cousin david clark jr.

Samuel Clark, b. abt 1812-1815 either Alab. or Kentucky, m. Lucinda Shelton, b.abt 1817, either North Carolina or Va., before 1834 in (prob.) Illinois. Samuel d. 19 Jan 1888, bur. Trullinger Cem., Highpoint, Decatur, Iowa. Lucinda d. 8 Sep 1898, bur. Trullinger Cem.

Children were Sara Ann, David, John, Andrew, Ellen, Mary Jane, Thomas, Wilson (Willis), Lee, and Riley (perhaps known as William Riley).

John Clark b. abt 1840, Sangamon Co., Illinois, m. to Mary Susan Barnes b. 1848, Hancock Co., Illinois.

At least 7 children;among them were Eddie, Fred, Harry, Alice, and a female child b. abt. 18 Aug 1883. susan barnes was ote missouria indian ,family was removed on tribal rolls mary fred charly alice,

Leon Reporter, Leon, Iowa
Thursday, September 2, l897

The following marriage licenses have been issued the past week:

EDWARD PARR, 25 to LAURA BENSON, l7.

GEORGE PRIEST, 22 to MARIA WEIRS, 24.

G.W. BAKER, 3l to MARY G. EVANS, 24.

A.O. WILLS, 38 to EMMA J. LITTLE, 32.

EUGENE H. KEHLER, 25 to SADIE MCCULLOUGH, 20.

JESSE LEE PHELPS, 2l to ELIZA MEDA DOOLEY, l6.

WM. SCHMELTZ, 25 to MARIE HEATH, 22.

ROBERT TEETERS, 25 to ALICE CLARK, l6.

W.T. STOUTE, 24 to MINNIE ANN BOWMAN, 20.

Copied by Cordelia Suzann
"With permission from the Leon Journal Reporter"

alice clark was daughter of john clark and susam barnes. robert teeaters was the son of william m jake teater and susan ann may. william m jake teater was son of absalom flechter teater and emmaline ray, abslaom teater was son of parris teater and rebecca totton, parris teater son of george teater and sarah pearis.. although some family disagreements over penelope s father surfaced she was the daughter of g granson of pochahontas. christopher was meticules in registering his family linage in amherst virg and did the same thing in elbert georgeia and , he knew who his granma was and regsitered her as penelope bolling daughter of john bolling as recorded in the history of elbert georgia begining 1790. this olnly one part of the teaters of kentucky that carry the bloodline of princess pochahontus. this also only part of the cherokee teaters thru ann golden daughter of cherokee cheif golden.
another part are the davis clans who it is their own duty to connect their davis lines to the mighty king powhatons family cleoptre and niketti thru trader hughes daughter mary who married nathaniel davis, 2 children begat the the davis lines of virginia kentucky. the daughter abadiah married a floyd.
the davis clans are very thouroughly mixed with the teaters of kentucky.ID: I11339 Name: Cleopatra POWHATAN Sex: F Note:
There is positive and indisputable proof (Strong Words for Genealogy) that Pocahontas had a sister named Cleopatra (?Matachanna). This proofwas located in the old library of the Maryland Historical Society, an item of three lines covering eleven years. During the period covered by
the fragment, matters became so bad between the Whites and the Indians that Opechancanough , Chief of the Powhatans, was induced to agree upon a line being established which neither White nor Indian, excepting truce bearers, should cross under penalty of being shot on sight. To insure
strict obedience to the compact, a law was passed at Jamestown imposing a heavy penalty on any people crossing the line without a special permit from the Commissioners Council and the General Court. This accounts for the item alluded to, which is given verbatim. It reads: "Note:
Dec. 17th, 1641 -- Thomas Rolfe petitions the governor to let him see Opechankeno to whom he is allied, and Cleopatra, his mother's sister."
Note:
The record of the General Court was evidently intended to be a verbatim copy though they differ in phraseology and spelling:Note: "Dec. 17th, 1641 -- Thomas Rolph petitions Gov. to let him go see
Opechanko, to whom he is allied, and Cleopatre, his mother's sister."
Note:
Thomas Rolfe was the son of John Rolfe and Pocahontas.
_________________________________




Father: Wahunsonacock POWHATAN


Marriage 1 Opechancanough POWHATAN
Children
Niketti POWHATAN


ID: I11337 Name: Niketti POWHATAN Sex: F


Father: Opechancanough POWHATAN
Mother: Cleopatra POWHATAN


Marriage 1 "Trader" HUGHES
Children
Mary Elizabeth HUGHES




ID: I11335 Name: Mary Elizabeth HUGHES Sex: F Note: ! Elizabeth m. Nathaniel Davis, a Welshman and early settler in the region. He made a large fortune by having choice river-bottom lands and trading with the Indians. Nathaniel and Elizabeth had 4 children: Robert Davis, ancestor of President Jefferson Davis who never publicly acknowledged his Indian heritage; Martha Davis who m. Abraham Venable; Abadiah (also called Abigail) Davis who m. William Floyd; Mary Davis
who married Samuel Burks.
Note:
!This genealogy is found in "Family History", Kegley's Virginia Frontier" by F.B. Kegley, and "Floyd Biographical Genealogies" 1912 by N.J. Floyd. the Floyd book is found in the library of Missouri State Historical Society at Columbia, Missouri. Excerpts from it were sent in 1964 to
Broaddus and Pauline Burks from Clyde Campbell of San Antonio, Texas. He was a descendant of Samuel and Mary Davis Burks. The often quoted book, "The Cabells and Their Kin", has a few lines noting kinship of the Burks, Cabells, Venables, Floyds, and a branch of the Davises due to their Indian blood.


Father: "Trader" HUGHES
Mother: Niketti POWHATAN


Marriage 1 Nathaniel DAVIS
Children
Mary DAVIS b: ABT 1685 in Albemarle Co,,VA
Robert DAVIS
Martha DAVIS
Abadiah DAVIS


ID: I11324 Name: Mary DAVIS Sex: F Birth: ABT 1685 in Albemarle Co,,VA Death: 1756 in Hanover Co,,VA


Father: Nathaniel DAVIS
Mother: Mary Elizabeth HUGHES


Marriage 1 Samuel BURKS b: 1680 in Albemarle Co,,VA
Married: in Hanover Co,,VA
Children
Elizabeth BURKS b: ABT 1706 in Albemarle Co,,VA
Samuel BURKS b: ABT 1717 in Albemarle Co,,VA
Mary BURKS b: ABT 1708 in Albemarle Co,,VA
Richard BURKS b: ABT 1713 in Bedford Co,,VA
Charles BURKS b: ABT 1715 in Albemarle Co,,VA
John Partree BURKS b: ABT 1720 in Albemarle Co,,VA
ID: I11323 Name: Samuel BURKS Sex: M Birth: 1680 in Albemarle Co,,VA Death: BEF 12 FEB 1756 in St. Annes Parish,Albemarle Co.,VA Note: ! Samuel and Mary probably had two other children, Frances and William, but no definite proof has yet been located.


Marriage 1 Mary DAVIS b: ABT 1685 in Albemarle Co,,VA Married: in Hanover Co,,VA
Children
Elizabeth BURKS b: ABT 1706 in Albemarle Co,,VA
Samuel BURKS b: ABT 1717 in Albemarle Co,,VA
Mary BURKS b: ABT 1708 in Albemarle Co,,VA
Richard BURKS b: ABT 1713 in Bedford Co,,VA
Charles BURKS b: ABT 1715 in Albemarle Co,,VA
John Partree BURKS b: ABT 1720 in Albemarle Co,,VA


ID: I4045 Name: Richard BURKS Sex: M Birth: ABT 1713 in Bedford Co,,VA Father: Samuel BURKS b: 1680 in Albemarle Co,,VA Mother: Mary DAVIS b: ABT 1685 in Albemarle Co,,VA
Marriage 1 Frances "Fanny" HORSLEY Married: 1739 in ,,VA
Children
?Roland Horsley BURKS b: 1740/1745 in ,,VA
Richard BURKS b: in ,,VA
Charles BURKS b: in ,,VA
Joseph BURKS b: in ,,VA


ID: I4044 Name: ?Roland Horsley BURKS Sex: M Birth: 1740/1745 in ,,VA Death: AFT 1806 Note:
There are various spellings of this, Roland, Rowland, Rollin, etc, which is a prominent Huguenot family name. The name Burkes was spelled as Birks, Burks, Burke, Burk, etc. The name is listed in the 1790 census of Burke Co., NC, as Rollin Burkes. There were 4 males under 16 yrs of age,
4 males over 16, and 4 females, which probably included the mother, listed in the household.
Note:
One story has it that five of the older sons were killed in an Indian Massacre near the North Carolina-Tennessee Border, but I have been unable to verify that these were the children of Roland. The Burks did not live within the present confines of Burke County which is situated on the eastern slope of the Blue Ridge and on the Piedmont plateau. They lived west of the Blue Ridge, in the area of present day Mitchell County, NC which was all in "Old Burke County."
Note:
In the Treaty of Paris (1763) the British Crown declared that any land beyond the crest of the Blue Ridge was "beyond the bounds of government" and consequently, Indian Territory. This agreement was partially abrogated by the Treaty of Long Island (in the Holston River). which was signed June 20, 1777 (twenty days after Burke County was created), in which the Cherokee ceded to the State of North Carolina all lands along the Nolichucky (Toe), Watauga, Upper Holston, and New
Rivers. At the close of the Revolution the area that later became Buncombe County (Ashville) was also ceded to the state by the Cherokee, and the northern half of this territory became a part of Old Burke.
Note:
Richard, one of the sons, and brother of David allegedly went to
Arkansas.







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