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Daley, Bradley Lee (b. , d. ?)

Occupation: Place: Psychologist

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McDearman, James (b. , d. 20 MAY 1816)
Note: McDearmon or McDearmondroe.
served in the 4th VA Reg.- pvt
Death: 20 MAY 1816 Goochland Co., Va willis, DB 22, p 184

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McDearman, Elizabeth (b. , d. ?)
Note: Appomatox County shows father of Mary, Sarah, Elizabeth on County
Marriage Bonds.

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Felton, Martha (b. , d. BET. 1837 - 1838)
Death: BET. 1837 - 1838

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McDearman, William Michael (b. 1824, d. ?)
Note: Several times you will see him referred as William or Michael.
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Michael McDerment charged with an assault on Cynthia R. McDerment
2/18/1837
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James H. Mosley bond to Ralph Martin and William McDearman in the amount
of $1000
Aug 1 1853
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Cynthia McDerment and Michael McDerment petition for a divorce. said
Cynthia states: she married Michael MdDerment, about the year 1823
The said Michael became very intemperate which grew on him to such an
extenet as to have a very unhappy influence. said Cynthia was compelled
to leave his house. They lived apart for several years. said Michael made
freequent application to her to return and live with him, promising that
he never would treat her unkind again. said Cynthia went home for a
while. He fell into the same bad habits again. About the 1st of August
last, She carried on her person the marks of his violence for several
weeks. Since then, the said Michael has threatened to take the life of
the said Cynthia. He has also drawn a gun upon their little son, William,
about twelve years of age. When he found that the gun would not go off,
he threw it at their little son with so much violence as to break the
stock part. Said Cynthia took out a warrant against the said Michael
which restrained him for a while. His father bailed him out of jail. Not
knowing when she might be attacked again, she sought protection with her
three little children in her father's house. She took part of the
personal property with her. Said Cynthia is seeking a divorce and
alimony. 6 Oct 1836.
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William McDerment required to keep the peace. 19 Nov 1836.
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Cynthia McDerment petitions for a divorce from Michael McDerment. Said
Michael has had illicit intercourse with one Nancy Christopher. March 18
1837
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Cynthia's father Elijah Williams files for guardianship of Elijah Carroll
and William Caswell McDearmon
the minor heirs of William McDearmon.
Source: (Birth)
Title: Nix.ftw
Data:
Source: (Birth)
Title: Nix1.ftw
Data:
Source: (Individual)
Title: Nix.ftw
Source: (Individual)
Title: Nix1.ftw
Event: Type: Event 1
Date: 28 DEC 1858
Place: ELIJAH WILLIAMS GUARDIAN OF W.C & CARROLL

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McDearmon, Joseph (b. 1799, d. ?)
Note: Tennessee Land Grant (WL- Wilson) 1825, 25a, G Dist, bk Z, p485, g#23442

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McDearman, Michael (b. 1839, d. ?)
Note: Tennessee Land Grant (CR- Carroll County) 1849, 40a, W dist, bk 12, p
632, g#9427

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McDearman, Idelah(Idella) Petway. (b. 14 SEP 1857, d. 17 AUG 1944)
Death: 17 AUG 1944

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McDearman, James Archer (b. 1812, d. ?)
Note: was the clerk and master to Trento, Gibson Co., TN
In Tennessee legislature in 1861

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McDearman, William Joseph (b. 1840, d. ?)
Note: Joined the Confederate Army 1861.
was about 20 yrs old
Petition #10774
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Correnth MS in the Battle of Shilo three days we whipped old Grant
captured his encampment slepted in his tents and ate up their provisions
helped ourselves to the contents of the sattlers store whisky, tobacco,
sugars, fride ham, boiled coffee, and they looked like a siclone had
struck them. Got us a new US blanket, each, a Yanky canteen. I got two US
blankets a new knapsack a dozen shirts all the yanky tents was hauled to
Correnth.
I was forced to take the oath at Point Lookout Maryland at the mouth of
the Potomac River.
I have something over 200 pages written giving my experience from ime I
enlisted in May 61 to July 9th 65 experents in takn that oath how I was
fed in prison, my trip home my experience in the 8 battles how I found my
first wife, ect, but I am so poor not able to put it in a book form.
My father bought an old water mill he & I rebuilt it and I run the gris
and saw my health give way then I bought a farm and raised cotton corn
etc.
Through the kindness of a friend while I was in Camp Douglas prison Ill.
where I first was taken, sent me the name and address of a kentucky young
lady who agreed to correspond with me who after the war I went to see her
in Bardstown Ky. We had corresponded for 18 months before I saw her, had
exchanged pictures, in Dec 1866 the 18th we was married and lived
together 36 happy years, raised 3 fine children one daughter 2 sons the
youger Son was drowned in Ohio at Paduca my daughter died in Louisanna
left 4 children 2 girls two boys. My wife died in Trenton 1903--waas
married the second time 1904 lived together 9 happy years lossed her
1913.
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Served under Gen A.S.Johnson; Gen Joseph E. Johnson; Gen B.F. Cheatham
Served with Joe Cook, Henry Woods, WF McBee, Sam Reed, Sid Hartsfield

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McDearman, Archer G (b. 1842, d. 19 SEP 1889)
Note: First joined company C, 12th Tennessee,
Death: 19 SEP 1889 Louisville, Ky

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McDearman, Neva (b. 3 JUN 1904, d. 1 AUG 1978)
Death: 1 AUG 1978 Abilene, Tx

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McDearmon, Sterling (b. 2 MAR 1877, d. 1940)
Note: Per Kenneth Spriggs
Orphan Train Riders to Arkansas.
Placed in Whisenant household- boys changed spelling of their last name
to McDearman.
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Ms. Billie J. Gelhar, 14050 SW 22nd St., Beaverton, OR 97005-4959 is
searching
for the family of Thomas Perry McDerman, b. 1874 at Quincy, IL d.4-9-1944
at Erick, OK.
His parents d. of a fever in 1882 in White Co., Ar; he and his brother
Sterling, b. 3-2-1877, and older sister Nettie, age unknown, were placed
in separate homes.
An unproved family tradition says that there was a brother John who
drowned in a river in White Co., Ar. as a teenager.
Sterling was placed with the J.D. Whisenant family, where he stayed until
age 17, ca. 1894. Thomas ran away from his foster home at age 14, ca.,
1888.
Cannnot find this family on the Soundex of the 1880 census for these
states; AR, IL, TN, MO, KS, KY, OH, and IA. A search of the White Co.,
AR, and Adams Co., IL, court houses yielded only the mention of a Thomas
McDeamen on the 1883 White Co., tax list. He owed poll tax, which was
never paid, and his only property was one hog valued at $5.00. In the
"Remarks" column is the word "unknown."
The 1900 Erath Co., Tx, census shows Thomas and Sterling working as farm
laborers on separate farms in precinct #3. They later made a search for
their sister Nettie but never found her. Sterling d. 1940 in TX.
Death: 1940 Tx

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McDearmon, Thomas Perry (b. 1874, d. 9 APR 1944)
Note: Per Kenneth Spriggs
Orphan Train Riders to Arkansas
believed to be placed with a black family where he was raised
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Ms. Billie J. Gelhar, 14050 SW 22nd St., Beaverton, OR 97005-4959 is
searching
for the family of Thomas Perry McDerman, b. 1874 at Quincy, IL d.4-9-1944
at Erick, OK.
His parents d. of a fever in 1882 in White Co., Ar; he and his brother
Sterling, b. 3-2-1877, and older sister Nettie, age unknown, were placed
in separate homes.
An unproved family tradition says that there was a brother John who
drowned in a river in White Co., Ar. as a teenager.
Sterling was placed with the J.D. Whisenant family, where he stayed until
age 17, ca. 1894. Thomas ran away from his foster home at age 14, ca.,
1888.
Cannnot find this family on the Soundex of the 1880 census for these
states; AR, IL, TN, MO, KS, KY, OH, AND IA. A search of the White Co.,
AR, and Adams Co., IL, court houses yielded only the mention of a Thomas
McDeamen on the 1883 White Co., tax list. He owed poll tax, which was
never apid, and his only property was one hog valued at $5.00. In the
"Remarks" column is the word "unknown."
The 1900 Erath Co., Tx, census shows Thomas and Sterling working as far4m
laborers on separate farms in precinct #3. They later made a search for
their sister Nettie but never found her. Stering d. 1940 in TX.
Death: 9 APR 1944 Erick, Ok

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McDearman, Sterling Brown (or Bryan) (b. ABT. 17 JUN 1826, d. 1884)
Note: (appears in 1860 Census Tenn Pu 173-77)
occupation farmer
Civil War Vet in Company "K", company made of men from Jackson & Putnam
Co., Tn
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Jackson County, Tennessee 1850 Census District 18
651 David Apple 66 M farming ''
Mary 47 F Tenn.
Margaret 20 F ''
Mary 19 F ''
Fanny 16 F ''
Martha 14 F ''
Catharine 6 F ''
Hampton 6 M ''
Sterling McDearman 24 M farming ''
In the 1850 Census Sterling is living with the Apple Family.
Mary is 19 at the time and shows she is still an Apple, and not yet
married to Sterling.
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From V.L. McDearman, Jr. dated 12-2-1998
I received your letter with interest. For the latter years of my father's
life he had gotten more active in researching the family tree. He did
find McDearmanroe's in Virginia preceding the family in Tennessee but
could not make a solid connectin to his grandfather. Perhaps we are
descendants of Byrum McDearman and Anna Duke McDearman, but it is hazy.
We can trace our history to a Sterling Brown McDearman and Mary Jane
Apple. My father believed Sterling's father was a Joseph McDearman and
mother Ann Duke, but he has no date of birth or death for them. Their
names are very common with your Byrum and Anna Duke McDearman and their
child, Joseph McDearman.
.
I have attached copies of as much as I have on our family tree, I have
returned a copy of your list with a red check mark by those that are
identified in my attachment.
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It is interesting that of my father's four brothers and three sisters,
none except Crawford ever married and none had any surviving children.
Ada Ann is the only one still living today in Aberdeen, Mississippi. I
will ask her if she has any better information on who her great
grandfather was.
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Hope all this helps some.
Sincerely, V.L. McDearman, Jr.
Death: 1884 Jackson Co. Tn

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Apple, Mary Jane (b. 3 AUG 1831, d. 5 MAY 1878)
Death: 5 MAY 1878 Jackson Co. Tn

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McDearman, Hampton Lee (b. 9 JUN 1864, d. 20 MAR 1942)
Occupation: Place: Farmer, Owner of Store, and Cotton Gin
Death: 20 MAR 1942 Aberbeen, Miss
Burial: Oddfellows Cemetary, Aberdeen, Miss

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Pickett, Mary Ann (b. 22 JUL 1873, d. 16 JAN 1957)
Death: 16 JAN 1957 Aberbeen, Miss
Burial: Oddfellows Cemetary, Aberdeen, Miss

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Pickett, William Marshall (b. 11 JUL 1825, d. 2 APR 1889)
Death: 2 APR 1889 Nashville Tn

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Gore, Ingabor Byrd (b. 19 JUL 1832, d. 2 APR 1889)
Death: 2 APR 1889 Gainesboro, Tenn

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