Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


Riley Edward "Babe" MOORE

1.  Family moved to Oklahoma in 1908.


Orel Virgil JACKSON

1.  Family moved to California in the 1940's.

2.  Source:  Terri 5 May 2001 McMinn Forum.


George Washington MC MINN

1.  The 1870 Census of Henderson County, North Carolina shows George owning a slave by the name of "Monk", a boy 13 years old.

2.  George was a Merchant.

3.  It is reported that George fathered 7 children....probably by two different wives.


Elizabeth Cynthia FREEMAN

1.  Sister to Eliza Lucinda Jane Freeman who married John L. Jefferson McMinn but they had different mothers.


George Washington MC MINN

1.  The 1870 Census of Henderson County, North Carolina shows George owning a slave by the name of "Monk", a boy 13 years old.

2.  George was a Merchant.

3.  It is reported that George fathered 7 children....probably by two different wives.


John L. Jefferson MC MINN

1.   Alternate date of  birth:  28 Jan 1829 per Nancy McMinn and Cathy Gowdy.
     Alternate date of death:  30 Oct 1877
     Alternate date of death:  20 Nov 1877 per Carolyn
     Alternate date of birth :  28 Jan 1828 per Roberta < Heartofthe Wind @ aol.com>
     Another source gives 7 Feb 1828 as date of birth..

2.   John L. was buried originally at First Methodist Church...then moved to Mud Creek Cemetery.

3.   Sources:  1900 South Carolina Soundex.
                       Noma Lee McMinn Taylor


Eliza Jane FREEMAN

1.  Alternate date of birth:  3 Aug 1837.

2.  Eliza Lucinda Jane was sister to Elizabeth Cynthia who married George Washington McMinn, but had different mothers.


William Wesley WOLFE

1.  William Wesley Wolf was a farmer and a bricklayer.


Margaret Cora MC MINN

1.  Carolyn reports place of birth as Henderson County, North Carolina.

2.  Margaret & William lived the first 13-years of their marragae in Green River Twp, near her parents.

3.  Source:  Effie McMinn Lyda article #676.

4.  HeartoftheWind@aol.com reports year of birth as 1827, maried William Wesley Wolfe. [Third Child]
    Another sourse gave 1829?

5.  Kathryn A. Vermillion and Carolyn reports that Margaret and her child "Clayton" died while traveling to Texas on a wagon train from Henderson County, North Carolina, and that they were buried along  the roadside.

6.  Roberta Downing reports that she got information from Lee Case on Margaret's death, and was told by her grandson that she is buried in Guadalupe County, New Mexico.  [Could be the son Clayton was the only one died on the wagon train]


Clayton WOLFE

1.  Clayton died as an infant and is buried with his mother beside the road in Hillsborough, Arkansas, having died on a wagon train on the way to Texas from Henderson County, North Carolina.