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151 He was a Private in Company E, 24th Mississippi Infantry during the Civil War. Albert Jefferson Henkel
 
152 He was a Private in Company E, 27th Mississippi Infantry, C. S. A. during the Civil War. Alexander M. Henkel
 
153 He was a Corporal, Company C, Sixth Mississippi Infantry (Fifteenth Mississippi Infantry) during the Civil War. Amzi Franklin Henkel
 
154 He was in the U. S. Army stationed in Florida when the Civil War started. He returned home and joined the Prairie Guards. He was a 3rd Lieutenant, Company E, Eleventh Mississippi Infantry, C. S. A. Jonathan James Henkel
 
155 The McLeod book has his name listed as James Jonathan. All the census records have Jonathan J. Jonathan James Henkel
 
156 He was killed while in the C. S. A. Joseph Harkness Henkel
 
157 The McLeod book lists here birth year as 1883, but the SSDI lists it as 1882. Mamie Henkel
 
158 The McLeod book lists his birth year as 1844. The 1880 Census has him as age 52. The 1900 census lists his birth year as Sept 1849. The 1850 census lists him as 1 year old. Since all the censuses are in approximately the same range, I will use the 1900 census date until further proof comes to light. William Gilmore Henkel
 
159 He died at 7:15 AM. H. S. Lander was the attending physician. August Heyenbrock
 
160 Harman is listed with the family in the 1860 census, but in no other ones. And he is not listed int he family bible. Could he be a cousin or other relative living with them temporarily? Harman Heyenbrock
 
161 The census records list him as Frederick J., but the family bible has his name as J. Frederick. J. Frederick Heyenbrock
 
162 He died at 10:40 AM. J. G. W. Fisher of Alma, Missouri was the attending physician. Amelia Heyenbrock was the informant. John Henry Heyenbrock
 
163 He died at 5:30 PM. H. A. Saults was the attending physician. John William Heyenbrock
 
164 His daughter's death certificate has his name listed as William H. Heyenbrock. However, the census records have John W. Heyenbrock. I've accepted the census names. Also, his name is listed as John William in the family bible. John William Heyenbrock
 
165 She died at 11:00 AM. L. G. German of Concordia, Missouri was the attending physician. Amelia Heyenbrock was the informant. Mary C. Heyenbrock
 
166 She died at 9:00 PM. George A. Kelling was the attending physician. Nora Heyenbrock
 
167 Killed in the Battle of Memphis during the Civil War. W. K. Hollinshed
 
168 Spells her name as Horn. Ruth Horne
 
169 The 1880 census lists her age as 21, which would make her birthdate about 1858. Paulina Howell
 
170 He died at 11:00 AM. B. C. Bradshaw was the examining physician. Hubert Huff was the informant. Anthony Huff
 
171 He died at 8:25am. H. T. Barnes was the attending physician. Sterling Huff was the informant. Beryl Marshall Huff
 
172 He was in the hardware business. He went to collect a bill and the man shot him. Will Hull
 
173 According to the 1900 census, he was born in Feb 1894. Charles Tucker Hunter
 
174 According to the Daniel McLeod Peterson book , Everett was born 7 Oct 1893, but the 1890 census shows Charles (his brother) in the family (born in Feb 1894 according to the census) and no sign of Everett. I believe that Daniel got the names reversed and have changed the birthdates accordingly. Everett Edison Hunter
 
175 According to the 1900 census, she was born in Aug 1895. Mattie Bettie Hunter
 
176 He came to Chester Co., SC, from Edgecombe Co., NC. Wrote his will in 1806, naming Elizabeth, Mary, Elijah and David as children and his Culp grandchildren: Polly, Ruth, David, Peter and William.  David Hyatt
 
177 He is buried in the Jordan Burying Ground,Landsford section, Chester Co., SC: 'ELIJAH HYATT / Died 19 November 1846/ aged 68 years / 4 months / 9 days'.
Gives an alternate birth date of August 15,1778. Married secondly, Hannah Culp. 
Elijah Hyatt
 
178 Left off of the sketch of the Hyatt Family on page 70 of "Captain Bill", Book Two, 1985, by Robert J. Stevens. See Addendum and Errata on page 102.
Also left off the article about the Hyatt family on page 257 of "Heritage History of Chester County, South Carolina", 1982 
Rebecca Hyatt
 
179 Her middle name is listed as Barbara in an online family tree, but is Belle in the family birth record. Ruth Belle Hyatt
 
180 Twin of Mary Culp Hyatt. Buried in Drew Co., AR. Mrs. Nancy McGee writes on page 136 of "Heritage History of Chester County, South Carolina", 1982: "She died near Monticello, Arkansas, 2 April, 1887. Another sister died at the same time and they lay side by side in El Bethel Church where funeral services were held and the bodies interred." Ruth Belle Hyatt
 
181 Page 278 of 'American Descendants of John 'Jean' Gaston', 1994, by MaxPerry, says that she married her first cousin. Page 59 of 'FairfieldFamily Histories', 1982, says that after her husband died, she moved backto Chester Co., SC, with her 7 children. Page 69 of 'The RevolutionarySoldiers of Catholic Presbyterian Church Chester, South Carolina', 1978,by Mary Wylie Strange, says that after her husband died in 1795, shemoved to Fairfield Co., SC, with her 7 children and joined Mount Olivet(then Wateree) Presbyterian Church. In her old age, she moved back toChester Co., SC, to live with her son John and joined CatholicPresbyterian Church, Chester, Chester Co., SC. She rode horseback tochurch when she was 89. Mary Johnston
 
182 Page 278 of 'American Descendants of John 'Jean' Gaston', 1994, by MaxPerry, says that he was killed fighting in the American Revolution. Page59 of 'Fairfield Family Histories', 1982, says that he was killed inaction at Fishing Creek, [Chester Co.?], SC. Page 69 of 'TheRevolutionary Soldiers of Catholic Presbyterian Church Chester, SouthCarolina', 1978, by Mary Wylie Strange, says that he was killed a littledistance from the attack on Sumter at Fishing Creek. Matthew Johnston
 
183 He died at 8:30am. G. S. Hardin was his physician. R. A. Jones was the informant. His tombstone has his death date as 20-Jul-1920. Albert G. Jones
 
184 His tombstone has his birthdate as 1-Aug-1840. Albert G. Jones
 
185 He died at 9:10am without medical attention. J. J. Campbell was the informant. His tombstone has his death date as 15-May-1911. Byron A. Jones
 
186 Death occurred at 9:00 am. William R. Jackson was the attending physician. Harry Lander Jones
 
187 The funeral was at 2 PM at the Cox-Parker Funeral Home in Winter Park. Dr. E. J. Pendergrass and Rev. Jack Davis officiated. James Edgar Jones
 
188 He died at 10:10 AM. Roger Kennedy was the attending physician. Stella Burton Jones was the informant. John Alexander Jones
 
189 He died at 3:15 PM. G. Aiken was his physician. John A. Jones was the informant. His tombstone has his death date as 21-Apr-1920. The Jones Family Bible has his death date as 2-Apr-1920. He died at the home of his son, John Alexander Jones. Theodore Clay Jones
 
190 His tombstone has his birth date as 30-Jan-1840. Theodore Clay Jones
 
191 Page 57 of "Captain Bill", Book Two, 1985, by Robert J. Stevens, says that he moved to Fishing Creek in Chester District, SC, from VA, then married Francis Rives. Buried beside her in an unmarked grave in Jordan's Old (Burying) Field. Page 117 of the December, 1989, issue of "The Bulletin", Chester District Genealogical Society, Richburg, Chester Co., SC, article titled "A Genealogical Sketch of the Rives Family of Chester County, S.C.", says that he was "of Brunswick Co., VA", was born in VA about 1760, married Frances Rives about 1779, and moved to Chester Co., SC, about 1780. Page 261 of "Heritage History of Chester County, South Carolina", 1982, says that he lived (1755-1801) and says "Just after the war, in about 1776 in Brunswick County, Virginia, he married Frances Rives". This is a very confusing sentence, unless 1786 is meant, which would fit the children's birth dates very well..  Henry E. Jordan
 
192 Lineage Chart of James Wofford Kee, Jr., by same, Rt. 4 Box 511, Chester, SC 29706, dated 4 Oct 1983, calls her Nancy Jordan (7 Mar 1792 - 24 July 1828). 1828 is too early for all her children. Page 130 of "Tombstone Records of Chester County, South Carolina and Vicinity Volume I", 1970, by Louise Kelly Crowder, says that she is buried in the Jordan Burying Ground, Landsford section, Chester Co., SC: "NANCY CULP / Born 7 March 1792 / Died 2 July 1847".  Nancy Jordan
 
193 According to the 1850 census, she was born in Virginia. Sarah Jordan
 
194 Page 261 of "Heritage History of Chester County, South Carolina", 1982, names her Sallie Johnson. Page 130 of "Tombstone Records of Chester County, South Carolina and Vicinity Volume I", 1970, by Louise Kelly Crowder, says that she is buried in the Jordan Burying Ground, Landsford section, Chester Co., SC: "SARAH JORDAN / Wife of JOHN CULP / Born 24 September 1788 / Died 20 October 1875".  Sarah Jordan
 
195 influenza Elizabeth C. Kelsey
 
196 influenza Thomas Kelsey
 
197 from Rotterdam on board the ship Anteleon Adriaantje Kommer
 
198 Section 9, Lot 48, Grave 1 Adriaantje Kommer
 
199 because he had epilepsy Cornelis Kommer
 
200 from Rotterdam on board the ship Anteleon Cornelis Kommer
 

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