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Jonas Nix

b. 10 December 1796
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited13 June 2017

Jonas Nix was born on 10 December 1796 in Union County, South CarolinaG.1
He was the son of John Nix and Sarah Winters.1

Citations

  1. [S776] "Some Southern Appalachian Ancestors & Old World Roots," RootsWeb WorldConnect (http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ : accessed 20 November 2012), entry for ., John NIX

Sarah Nix

b. about 1798
Relationship4th great-grandaunt of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited10 March 2018

Sarah Nix was born about 1798 in Union County, South CarolinaG.1
She was the daughter of John Nix and Sarah Winters.1

Sarah Nix was also known as Sallie.2


Sarah Nix married Thomas Cain on 31 December 1815 in Franklin County, GeorgiaG.2,3


Sarah Nix was also known as Sarah Cain.2


On 27 September 1850 Sarah Nix was enumerated in the household of Thomas Cain on the 1850 U. S. census for Eastern Division, Monroe County, MississippiG, as Sarah Cain, 52 years old, birthplace of Georgia. Could not read or write.4

Citations

  1. [S776] "Some Southern Appalachian Ancestors & Old World Roots," RootsWeb WorldConnect (http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ : accessed 20 November 2012), entry for ., John NIX
  2. [S2039] "War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815," file for Surname Range: Caa - Carl, Database and Images, Ancestry.com (https://www.ancestry.com : accessed 10 March 2018); Thomas Cain; Citing War of 1812 Pension Applications. Washington D.C.: National Archives. NARA Microfilm Publication M313, 102 rolls. Records of the Department of Veterans Affairs, Record Group Number 15
  3. [S2024] Wanda West Gregory, The descendants of John Nix (McDonald, TN: Gregory, 1980); digital image, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/189557?availability=Family%20History%20Library : accessed 8 March 2018)., 11
  4. [S2040] 1850 U. S. census, Monroe County, Mississippi, population schedule, Eastern Division, p. 26back (stamped), dwelling 355, family 368, Thos Cain; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 10 March 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 378

Vesta Nix

b. about 1803
Relationship4th great-grandaunt of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited10 March 2018

Vesta Nix was born about 1803 in GeorgiaG.1
She was the daughter of John Nix and Sarah Winters.2

Vesta Nix married Thomas Whitworth say 1823.3


After her marriage she was known as Vesta Whitworth.3


On 25 September 1850 Vesta Nix was enumerated in the household of Thomas Whitworth on the 1850 U. S. census for Eastern Division, Monroe County, MississippiG, as Vashte Whitworth, 47 years old, birthplace of Georgia. Could not read or write. Also enumerated in the household were John L Whitworth, Harriet Whitworth, Thomas J Whitworth, Frances M Whitworth, Elizabeth Whitworth, and Charels Whitworth.1

Children with Thomas Whitworth (b. about 1795)

SonWilliam Whitworth+ (b. about 1824)
SonJohn L Whitworth (b. about 1832)
DaughterHarriet Whitworth (b. about 1834)
SonThomas J Whitworth (b. 2 January 1836, d. 17 June 1873)
SonFrances M Whitworth (b. 7 December 1838, d. 27 September 1928)
DaughterElizabeth Whitworth (b. about 1841)
SonCharels Whitworth (b. about 1843)

Citations

  1. [S2037] 1850 U. S. census, Monroe County, Mississippi, population schedule, Eastern Division, p. 24back (stamped) p. 48 (written), dwelling 328, family 341, Thos Whitworth; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 9 March 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 378
  2. [S776] "Some Southern Appalachian Ancestors & Old World Roots," RootsWeb WorldConnect (http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ : accessed 20 November 2012), entry for ., John NIX
  3. [S2024] Wanda West Gregory, The descendants of John Nix (McDonald, TN: Gregory, 1980); digital image, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/189557?availability=Family%20History%20Library : accessed 8 March 2018)., 139

Moses Nix

b. about 1804
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited9 March 2018

Moses Nix was born about 1804 in Franklin County, GeorgiaG.1
He was the son of John Nix and Sarah Winters.1

Moses Nix married Malinda say 1828.2


Moses Nix was enumerated during 1830 on the 1830 U. S. census for Monroe County, MississippiG, as head of family Moses Nicks. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males under 5 years old, 1 Free white males 20 to 30 years old, 1 Free white females under 5 years old, 1 Free white females 20 to 30 years old, 4 Total Persons.3


Moses Nix was enumerated on 25 September 1850 as head of household on the 1850 U. S. census for Eastern Division, Monroe County, MississippiG, as Moses Nix, 46 years old, birthplace of Georgia, occupation of Blacksmith, value of real property $100. Also enumerated in the household were Malinda, Albert J Nix, Moses W Nix, Rachel T Nix, Lericy Nix, and Elbert T Nix.2

Children with Malinda (b. about 1806)

SonAlbert J Nix (b. about 1834)
SonMoses W Nix (b. about 1840)
DaughterRachel T Nix (b. about 1842)
DaughterLericy Nix (b. about 1846)
SonElbert T Nix (b. about 1850)

Citations

  1. [S776] "Some Southern Appalachian Ancestors & Old World Roots," RootsWeb WorldConnect (http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ : accessed 20 November 2012), entry for ., John NIX
  2. [S2036] 1850 U. S. census, Monroe County, Mississippi, population schedule, Eastern Division, p. 24 (stamped) p. 47 (written) and p. 24back (stamped) p. 48 (written), dwelling 323, family 335, Moses Nix; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 9 March 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 378
  3. [S2028] 1830 U. S. census, Monroe County, Mississippi, p. 137 (stamped), line 23, Moses Nicks; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 8 March 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M19, Roll 71

Benjamin Nix

b. 19 December 1807, d. 23 March 1840
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited9 March 2018

Benjamin Nix was born on 19 December 1807 in Franklin County, GeorgiaG.1
He was the son of John Nix and Sarah Winters.1

Benjamin Nix married Delila say 1830.2


Benjamin Nix died on 23 March 1840, at age 32.1


Benjamin Nix was buried in Roberts Cemetery, Hamilton, Monroe County, MississippiG, FG .1

Children with Delila (b. 23 December 1809, d. 20 October 1886)

SonGeorge F Nix (b. 15 February 1833, d. 20 June 1848)
SonFranklin Nix (b. about 1834)
SonGreen T Nix (b. 6 February 1837, d. 20 September 1915)
SonAustin Nix (b. 19 May 1839, d. 23 September 1862)

Citations

  1. [S2029] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Benjamin Nix, number 77711655, Creator:BK, Photo BK, accessed 8 March 2018. citing Roberts Cemetery, Monroe County, Mississippi.
  2. [S2032] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Delila Nix, number 77711631, Creator:BK, Photo BK, accessed 9 March 2018. citing Roberts Cemetery, Monroe County, Mississippi.

Aaron Nix

b. about 1809, d. about 1856
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited11 March 2018

Aaron Nix was born about 1809 in Franklin County, GeorgiaG.1
He was the son of John Nix and Sarah Winters.1

Aaron Nix married Nancy Stewart say 1829.2


Aaron Nix was enumerated during 1830 on the 1830 U. S. census for Monroe County, MississippiG, as head of family Aaron Nicks. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males 15 to 20 years old, 1 Free white males 20 to 30 years old, 2 Free white females under 5 years old, 1 Free white females 20 to 30 years old, 5 Total Persons.3


Aaron Nix was enumerated on 23 September 1850 as head of household on the 1850 U. S. census for Eastern Division, Monroe County, MississippiG. Also enumerated in the household were Nancy Stewart, Andrew J Nix, Elizabeth J Nix, Christine Nix, Nancy Nix, Frances Nix, John S Nix, Malinda Nix, Julia A Nix, Rebecca Nix, William T Nix, Franklin Nix, Green T Nix, and Austin Nix.4


Aaron Nix died about 1856.2

Children with Nancy Stewart (b. about 1810)

SonAndrew J Nix (b. about 1832, d. about 1856)
DaughterElizabeth J Nix (b. about 1833)
DaughterChristine Nix (b. about 1835)
DaughterNancy Nix (b. about 1837)
DaughterFrances Nix (b. about 1839)
SonJohn S Nix (b. about 1841)
DaughterMalinda Nix (b. about 1843)
DaughterRebecca Nix (b. about 1846)
DaughterJulia A Nix (b. about 1847)
SonWilliam T Nix (b. about 1849)

Citations

  1. [S776] "Some Southern Appalachian Ancestors & Old World Roots," RootsWeb WorldConnect (http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ : accessed 20 November 2012), entry for ., John NIX
  2. [S2024] Wanda West Gregory, The descendants of John Nix (McDonald, TN: Gregory, 1980); digital image, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/189557?availability=Family%20History%20Library : accessed 8 March 2018)., 146
  3. [S2026] 1830 U. S. census, Monroe County, Mississippi, p. 137 (stamped), line 2, Aaron Nicks; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 8 March 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M19, Roll 71
  4. [S2042] 1850 U. S. census, Monroe County, Mississippi, population schedule, Eastern Division, p. 22 (stamped), dwelling 293, family 305, Aaron Nix; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 11 March 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 378

Phoebe Stonecypher

b. 16 April 1807, d. 10 May 1865
Relationship4th great-grandaunt of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited11 February 2018

Phoebe Stonecypher was born on 16 April 1807 in GeorgiaG.1,2,3
She was the daughter of John Henry Stonecypher and Nancy Curtis.2

Phoebe Stonecypher married Daniel Moseley, son of Samuel Moseley and Susannah Bledsoe, about 1826.2


After her marriage she was known as Phoebe Moseley.2


On 4 October 1850 Phoebe Stonecypher was enumerated in the household of Daniel Moseley on the 1850 U. S. census for District No 32, Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as Phebe Mosley, 43 years old, birthplace of Georgia. Also enumerated in the household were James A Moseley, John C Moseley, Samuel H Moseley, Nancy Moseley, Samuel Moseley, and John Moseley.1


Phoebe Stonecypher died on 10 May 1865, at age 58.2,3


Phoebe Stonecypher was buried in Stonecypher Cemetery, Toccoa, Stephens County, GeorgiaG, FG .3

Children with Daniel Moseley (b. 25 December 1802, d. 15 July 1882)

SonJames A Moseley (b. about 1828)
SonJohn C Moseley (b. about 1829)
SonSamuel H Moseley (b. 17 November 1831, d. 3 August 1899)

Citations

  1. [S807] 1850 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule, District No 32, p. 569 (written) p. 285 (stamped), dwelling 663, family 663, Daniel Mosley; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 13 December 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 70
  2. [S761] Membership application, George Washington Moseley,no.80446, on John Stonecypher, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louisville, Kentucky, online database and images"U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970" Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/: Accessed 24 November 2012)
  3. [S1959] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Phoebe Stonecypher Moseley, number 127885763, Creator:Sarah Kesler, Photo Sarah Kesler, accessed 11 February 2018. citing Stonecypher Cemetery, Stephens County, Georgia.

Daniel Moseley

b. 25 December 1802, d. 15 July 1882
Last Edited17 March 2018

Daniel Moseley was born on 25 December 1802 in South CarolinaG.1,2,3
He was the son of Samuel Moseley and Susannah Bledsoe.1

Daniel Moseley married Phoebe Stonecypher, daughter of John Henry Stonecypher and Nancy Curtis, about 1826.1


Daniel Moseley was enumerated during 1830 on the 1830 U. S. census for Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as head of family Daniel Moseley. Enumerated in this family were: 2 Free white males under 5 years old, 1 Free white males 20 to 30 years old, 1 Free white females 20 to 30 years old, 4 Total Persons.4


Daniel Moseley was enumerated during 1840 on the 1840 U. S. census for District 267, Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as head of family Daniel Mosely. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white persons, males, at least 5 and under 10 years old, 2 Free white persons, males, at least 10 and under 15 years old, 1 Free white persons, males, at least 30 and under 40 years old, 1 Free white persons, females, at least 15 and under 20 years old, 1 Free white persons, females, at least 30 and under 40 years old, 6 Total Persons, 2 Persons employed in Argriculture, 1 Persons employed in Commerce.5


Daniel Moseley was enumerated on 4 October 1850 as head of household on the 1850 U. S. census for District No 32, Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as Daniel Mosley, 45 years old, birthplace of South Carolina, occupation of Merchant, value of real property $1500. Also enumerated in the household were Phoebe Stonecypher, James A Moseley, John C Moseley, Samuel H Moseley, Nancy Moseley, Samuel Moseley, and John Moseley.3


Daniel Moseley was enumerated on 5 October 1850 as a slave owner on the 1850 U. S. census slave schedule for District No 32, Franklin County, GeorgiaG, The slave listed was 1 black male 10 years of age.6


On 27 December 1850 Daniel Moseley was granted temporary Letters of Administration for the estate of John Henry Stonecypher by Judge Henry Freeman of the Court of Ordinary, Franklin County, GeorgiaG.7


On 3 March 1851 Daniel Moseley and James Stonecypher were granted permanent Letters of Administration for the estate of John Henry Stonecypher by the Court of Ordinary, Franklin County, GeorgiaG.8


On 7 July 1851 the Court of Ordinary, Franklin County, GeorgiaG, appointed Daniel Moseley guardian of Nancy Moseley, John Moseley, and Samuel Moseley.9


On 19 January 1852 Daniel Moseley received $570 from the estate of John Henry Stonecypher.10


On 19 January 1852 Daniel Moseley as guardian and uncle for Nancy Moseley, Samuel Moseley, and John Moseley received $770 from the estate of John Henry Stonecypher.10


On 19 January 1852 Daniel Moseley as attorney in fact for Obadiah Waters received $770 from the estate of John Henry Stonecypher.10


On 5 July 1852 at Court of Ordinary, Franklin County, GeorgiaG, Daniel Moseley as administor for the estate of John Henry Stonecypher submitted a report on the activity to date.10


Daniel Moseley died on 15 July 1882, at age 79, in Eastanolle, Franklin County, GeorgiaG.1,2


Daniel Moseley was buried in Stonecypher Cemetery, Toccoa, Stephens County, GeorgiaG, FG .2

Children with Phoebe Stonecypher (b. 16 April 1807, d. 10 May 1865)

SonJames A Moseley (b. about 1828)
SonJohn C Moseley (b. about 1829)
SonSamuel H Moseley (b. 17 November 1831, d. 3 August 1899)

Citations

  1. [S761] Membership application, George Washington Moseley,no.80446, on John Stonecypher, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louisville, Kentucky, online database and images"U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970" Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/: Accessed 24 November 2012)
  2. [S1960] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Daniel Moseley, number 127885789, Creator:Sarah Kesler, Photo Sarah Kesler, accessed 11 February 2018. citing Stonecypher Cemetery, Stephens County, Georgia.
  3. [S807] 1850 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule, District No 32, p. 569 (written) p. 285 (stamped), dwelling 663, family 663, Daniel Mosley; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 13 December 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 70
  4. [S818] 1830 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, p. 227 (stamped) p. 227 (written), line 14, Daniel Moseley; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 15 December 2012; citing NARA microfilm publication M19, Roll 17
  5. [S826] 1840 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, District 267, p. 314 (written) p. 314 (stamped), line 11, Daniel Mosely; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 3 May 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication M704, Roll 41
  6. [S2063] 1850 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, slave schedule, District No 32, image 12, Daniel Mosly; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 17 March 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 70
  7. [S1362] Franklin County, Georgia, Court of Ordinary, Minutes 1844-1856: 126; images database, "Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1990", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893L-NVMS?cc=1999178&wc=9SYT-6TP%3A267652601%2C268047001, path Franklin » Minutes 1824-1856 » Image 260 : accessed 23 December 2012). "Minutes 1824-1856" contains two volumes of minutes. The first is from 1829 -1844 (Images 3-183) and the second is from 1844-1856 (Images 185-427).
  8. [S836] Franklin County, Georgia, Court of Ordinary, Minutes 1844-1856: 132; images database, "Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G93L-NKXZ?cc=1999178&wc=9SYT-6TP%3A267652601%2C268047001, path Franklin » Minutes 1824-1856 » Image 263 : accessed 23 December 2012). "Minutes 1824-1856" contains two volumes of minutes. The first is from 1829 -1844 (Images 3-183) and the second is from 1844-1856 (Images 185-427).
  9. [S1361] Franklin County, Georgia, Court of Ordinary, Minutes 1844-1856: 135; images database, "Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975", (, path Franklin » Minutes 1824-1856 » Image 265 : accessed 5 January 2013). "Minutes 1824-1856" contains two volumes of minutes. The first is from 1829 -1844 (Images 3-183) and the second is from 1844-1856 (Images 185-427).
  10. [S809] Franklin County, Georgia, Estate Records 1791-1901, File 159-2-1, Stonecypher, John (1851-1854), Return No. 2, July 5 1852; images database, "Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-993T-1924?cc=1999178&wc=9SB4-C6X%3A267652601%2C268020701, path Franklin > Estates 1791-1901 Smith, Welborn T.-Stoval, George >923-926 : accessed 9 December 2012).

James A Moseley

b. about 1828
Relationship1st cousin 5 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited13 June 2017

James A Moseley was born about 1828 in GeorgiaG.1
He was the son of Daniel Moseley and Phoebe Stonecypher.1

On 4 October 1850 James A Moseley was enumerated in the household of Daniel Moseley on the 1850 U. S. census for District No 32, Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as James A. Mosley, 22 years old, birthplace of Georgia, occupation of Farmer. Also enumerated in the household were Phoebe Stonecypher, John C Moseley, Samuel H Moseley, Nancy Moseley, Samuel Moseley, and John Moseley.1

Citations

  1. [S807] 1850 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule, District No 32, p. 569 (written) p. 285 (stamped), dwelling 663, family 663, Daniel Mosley; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 13 December 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 70

John C Moseley

b. about 1829
Relationship1st cousin 5 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited13 June 2017

John C Moseley was born about 1829 in GeorgiaG.1
He was the son of Daniel Moseley and Phoebe Stonecypher.1,2

On 4 October 1850 John C Moseley was enumerated in the household of Daniel Moseley on the 1850 U. S. census for District No 32, Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as John C. Mosley, 21 years old, birthplace of Georgia, occupation of Farmer. Also enumerated in the household were Phoebe Stonecypher, James A Moseley, Samuel H Moseley, Nancy Moseley, Samuel Moseley, and John Moseley.1

Citations

  1. [S807] 1850 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule, District No 32, p. 569 (written) p. 285 (stamped), dwelling 663, family 663, Daniel Mosley; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 13 December 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 70
  2. [S761] Membership application, George Washington Moseley,no.80446, on John Stonecypher, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louisville, Kentucky, online database and images"U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970" Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/: Accessed 24 November 2012)

Samuel H Moseley

b. 17 November 1831, d. 3 August 1899
Relationship1st cousin 5 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited18 May 2019

Samuel H Moseley was born on 17 November 1831 in Franklin County, GeorgiaG.1,2
He was the son of Daniel Moseley and Phoebe Stonecypher.1

On 4 October 1850 Samuel H Moseley was enumerated in the household of Daniel Moseley on the 1850 U. S. census for District No 32, Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as Samuel H. Mosley, 18 years old, birthplace of Georgia, occupation of Farmer. Also enumerated in the household were Phoebe Stonecypher, James A Moseley, John C Moseley, Nancy Moseley, Samuel Moseley, and John Moseley.1


Samuel H Moseley died on 3 August 1899, at age 67, in Toccoa, Franklins County, GeorgiaG.2


Samuel H Moseley was buried in Toccoa Cemetery, Toccoa, Stephens County, GeorgiaG, FG  =.2

Citations

  1. [S807] 1850 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule, District No 32, p. 569 (written) p. 285 (stamped), dwelling 663, family 663, Daniel Mosley; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 13 December 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 70
  2. [S2831] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Capt Samuel H Moseley, number 85010963, Creator:Cheryl Manley, Photo Cheryl Manley, accessed 18 May 2019. citing Toccoa Cemetery, Toccoa, Stephens County, Georgia.

Benjamin Stonecypher

b. about 1786
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited5 March 2018

Benjamin Stonecypher was born about 1786 in GeorgiaG In 1807 he was listed as owing a poll tax which meant he was at least 21 years old in 1807 and therefore could not be born any later than 1786.1,2
He was the son of John Henry Stonecypher and Nancy Curtis.3

On 1807 in Franklin County, GeorgiaG, owed a poll tax.2


Benjamin Stonecypher married Elizabeth Collins on 18 December 1811.4


Benjamin Stonecypher was enumerated during 1830 on the 1830 U. S. census for Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as head of family Benjamin Stonecypher. Enumerated in this family were: 2 Free white males under 5 years old, 1 Free white males 5 to 10 years old, 2 Free white males 10 to 15 years old, 1 Free white males 20 to 30 years old, 1 Free white males 40 to 50 years old, 1 Free white females under 5 years old, 1 Free white females 5 to 10 years old, 1 Free white females 10 to 15 years old, 1 Free white females 15 to 20 years old, 1 Free white females 40 to 50 years old, 12 Total Persons.5


Benjamin Stonecypher was enumerated on 3 October 1850 as head of household on the 1850 U. S. census for District No 32, Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as Benjamin Stinecipher, 60 years old, birthplace of Georgia, occupation of Farmer, value of real property $4000. Also enumerated in the household were Elizabeth Collins, Mary Stonecypher, John G Stonecypher, Garnett Stonecypher, Sarah Stonecypher, and Benjamin Stonecypher.1


On 19 January 1852 Benjamin Stonecypher received $600 from the estate of John Henry Stonecypher.3


Benjamin Stonecypher was enumerated on 9 August 1860 as head of household on the 1860 U. S. census for Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as Benjamin Stonecypher, 73 years old, birthplace of Georgia, occupation of Farmer, value of real property $1000, value of personal property $200. Also enumerated in the household were Elizabeth Collins and Mary Stonecypher.6


Benjamin Stonecypher was enumerated on 29 July 1870 as head of household on the 1870 U. S. census for Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as Benj Stonecyfer, 85 years old, birthplace of Georgia, occupation of Farmer, value of real property $300, value of personal property $150. Enumerated as 21 Year or older male citizen. Also enumerated in the household were Elizabeth Collins, Mary Stonecypher, Emaline Collins, and Elizabeth Collins.7

Children with Elizabeth Collins (b. about 1790)

SonCharles Stonecypher (b. 1815)
SonGarnett Stonecypher (b. 15 April 1822, d. 11 June 1897)
DaughterMary Stonecypher (b. about 1824)
SonJohn G Stonecypher (b. about 1827)
DaughterSarah Stonecypher (b. about 1828)
SonBenjamin Stonecypher (b. about 1830)

Citations

  1. [S810] 1850 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule, District No 32, p. 283 back (stamped), dwelling 636, family 636, Benjamin Stinecipher; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 9 December 2012; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 70
  2. [S830] Franklin County, Georgia, Property Tax Digests, Benjamin StoneCypher, 1807; Database and Images, "Georgia, Property Tax Digests, 1793-1893", Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 18 December 2012); citing Georgia Tax Digests [1890]. 140 volumes. Morrow, Georgia: Georgia Archives..
  3. [S809] Franklin County, Georgia, Estate Records 1791-1901, File 159-2-1, Stonecypher, John (1851-1854), Return No. 2, July 5 1852; images database, "Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-993T-1924?cc=1999178&wc=9SB4-C6X%3A267652601%2C268020701, path Franklin > Estates 1791-1901 Smith, Welborn T.-Stoval, George >923-926 : accessed 9 December 2012).
  4. [S1304] "Georgia, Marriages, 1808-1967," Index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ : accessed 11 December 2012), entry for Benjamin Stonecypher and Elizabeth Collins.
  5. [S820] 1830 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, p. 226 (stamped) p. 226 (written), line 30, Benjamin Stonecypher; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 15 December 2012; citing NARA microfilm publication M19, Roll 17
  6. [S828] 1860 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule, Subdivision, p. 138 (written), dwelling 993, family 993, Benjamin Stonecypher; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 17 December 2012; citing NARA microfilm publication M653, Roll 121
  7. [S829] 1870 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule, Subdivision No 57, Carnesville Post Office, p. 188 (written) p. 54 back (stamped), dwelling 1408, family 1376, Benj Stonecyfer; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 17 December 2012; citing NARA microfilm publication M593, Roll 150

Elizabeth Collins

b. about 1790
Last Edited5 March 2018

Elizabeth Collins was born about 1790 in South CarolinaG.1


Elizabeth Collins married Benjamin Stonecypher, son of John Henry Stonecypher and Nancy Curtis, on 18 December 1811.2


After her marriage she was known as Elizabeth Stonecypher.3


On 3 October 1850 Elizabeth Collins was enumerated in the household of Benjamin Stonecypher on the 1850 U. S. census for District No 32, Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as Elizabeth Stinecipher, 60 years old, birthplace of South Carolina. Also enumerated in the household were Mary Stonecypher, John G Stonecypher, Garnett Stonecypher, Sarah Stonecypher, and Benjamin Stonecypher.1


On 9 August 1860 Elizabeth Collins was enumerated in the household of Benjamin Stonecypher on the 1860 U. S. census for Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as Elizabeth Stonecypher, 73 years old, birthplace of Georgia, occupation of Domestic. Also enumerated in the household were Mary Stonecypher.4


On 29 July 1870 Elizabeth Collins was enumerated in the household of Benjamin Stonecypher on the 1870 U. S. census for Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as Elizabeth Stonecyfer, 85 years old, birthplace of South Carolina, occupation of Keeping House. Also enumerated in the household were Mary Stonecypher, Emaline Collins, and Elizabeth Collins.5

Children with Benjamin Stonecypher (b. about 1786)

SonCharles Stonecypher (b. 1815)
SonGarnett Stonecypher (b. 15 April 1822, d. 11 June 1897)
DaughterMary Stonecypher (b. about 1824)
SonJohn G Stonecypher (b. about 1827)
DaughterSarah Stonecypher (b. about 1828)
SonBenjamin Stonecypher (b. about 1830)

Citations

  1. [S810] 1850 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule, District No 32, p. 283 back (stamped), dwelling 636, family 636, Benjamin Stinecipher; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 9 December 2012; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 70
  2. [S1304] "Georgia, Marriages, 1808-1967," Index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ : accessed 11 December 2012), entry for Benjamin Stonecypher and Elizabeth Collins.
  3. [S1297] "Georgia, Marriages, 1808-1967," Index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ : accessed 11 December 2012), entry for Benjamin Stonecypher and Elizabeth Collins.
  4. [S828] 1860 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule, Subdivision, p. 138 (written), dwelling 993, family 993, Benjamin Stonecypher; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 17 December 2012; citing NARA microfilm publication M653, Roll 121
  5. [S829] 1870 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule, Subdivision No 57, Carnesville Post Office, p. 188 (written) p. 54 back (stamped), dwelling 1408, family 1376, Benj Stonecyfer; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 17 December 2012; citing NARA microfilm publication M593, Roll 150

James Stonecypher

b. about 1792, d. May 1854
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited17 March 2018

James Stonecypher was born about 1792 in GeorgiaG.1
He was the son of John Henry Stonecypher and Nancy Curtis.2

James Stonecypher married Martha Ruth Camp on 8 October 1813.3


James Stonecypher married Martha Morris in 1815.1


James Stonecypher was enumerated on 1 September 1850 as head of household on the 1850 U. S. census for Militia District 509, Rabun County, GeorgiaG, as James Stonecypher, 58 years old, birthplace of Georgia, occupation of Farmer, value of real property $4000. Also enumerated in the household were Martha Morris, Susan Stonecypher, John Stonecypher, Marion Stonecypher, Thomas Stonecypher, and Franklin Stonecypher.1


James Stonecypher was enumerated on 20 December 1850 as a slave owner on the 1850 U. S. census slave schedule for Division 71, Rabun County, GeorgiaG, The slaves listed were 1 black female 20 years of age, 1 black male 20 years of age, 1 mulatto female 18 years of age, 1 black female 8 years of age, 1 black female 6 years of age, 2 black males 1 year old.4


On 27 December 1850 James Stonecypher was granted temporary Letters of Administration for the estate of John Henry Stonecypher by Judge Henry Freeman of the Court of Ordinary, Franklin County, GeorgiaG.5


On 3 March 1851 James Stonecypher and Daniel Moseley were granted permanent Letters of Administration for the estate of John Henry Stonecypher by the Court of Ordinary, Franklin County, GeorgiaG.6


On 19 January 1852 James Stonecypher received $600 from the estate of John Henry Stonecypher.2


James Stonecypher died in May 1854.7

Children with Martha Morris (b. 15 December 1798, d. before November 1872)

SonJames F Stonecypher (b. 4 September 1822)
SonBenjamin Stonecypher (b. 1 March 1824)
SonWilliam Stonecypher (b. 30 August 1826)
DaughterSarah Stonecypher+ (b. 28 September 1828)
DaughterNancy Stonecypher (b. 12 December 1830, d. 3 February 1848)
DaughterSusan Stonecypher (b. about 1833)
SonJohn Stonecypher (b. about 1834)
SonMarion Stonecypher (b. about 1836)
SonThomas Stonecypher (b. about 1838)
SonFranklin Stonecypher (b. about 1842)

Citations

  1. [S811] 1850 U. S. census, Rabun County, Georgia, population schedule, Militia District 509, p. 318 (stamped), dwelling 47, family 47, James Stonecypher; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 11 December 2012; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 81
  2. [S809] Franklin County, Georgia, Estate Records 1791-1901, File 159-2-1, Stonecypher, John (1851-1854), Return No. 2, July 5 1852; images database, "Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-993T-1924?cc=1999178&wc=9SB4-C6X%3A267652601%2C268020701, path Franklin > Estates 1791-1901 Smith, Welborn T.-Stoval, George >923-926 : accessed 9 December 2012).
  3. [S1962] Thomas E. Stonecypher, Some early settlers of Rabun County, Georgia : the James and Martha Stonecypher family; the John and Sarah Morris family; the James and Elizabeth Smith family (Albany, Georgia: T.E. Stonecypher, 2002); digital image, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org : accessed 12 February 2018)., 3
  4. [S2064] 1850 U. S. census, Rabun County, Georgia, slave schedule, Division 71, Image 1, James Stonecypher; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 17 March 2018; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 81
  5. [S1362] Franklin County, Georgia, Court of Ordinary, Minutes 1844-1856: 126; images database, "Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1990", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-893L-NVMS?cc=1999178&wc=9SYT-6TP%3A267652601%2C268047001, path Franklin » Minutes 1824-1856 » Image 260 : accessed 23 December 2012). "Minutes 1824-1856" contains two volumes of minutes. The first is from 1829 -1844 (Images 3-183) and the second is from 1844-1856 (Images 185-427).
  6. [S836] Franklin County, Georgia, Court of Ordinary, Minutes 1844-1856: 132; images database, "Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G93L-NKXZ?cc=1999178&wc=9SYT-6TP%3A267652601%2C268047001, path Franklin » Minutes 1824-1856 » Image 263 : accessed 23 December 2012). "Minutes 1824-1856" contains two volumes of minutes. The first is from 1829 -1844 (Images 3-183) and the second is from 1844-1856 (Images 185-427).
  7. [S1962] Thomas E. Stonecypher, Some early settlers of Rabun County, Georgia : the James and Martha Stonecypher family; the John and Sarah Morris family; the James and Elizabeth Smith family (Albany, Georgia: T.E. Stonecypher, 2002); digital image, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org : accessed 12 February 2018)., 7

Samuel Moseley

b. 23 September 1759, d. 25 December 1833
Last Edited13 June 2017

Samuel Moseley was born on 23 September 1759 in Bute County, North CarolinaG, Bute County was created 10 Jun 1764 from Granvile County. It became extinct when it was divided on 11 Feb 1779 to create Franklin and Warren Counties. Samuel was probably born in Granvile County but grew up in Bute county.1


Samuel Moseley married Susannah Bledsoe on 12 August 1786 in Granville County, North CarolinaG.2,3


Samuel Moseley was enumerated during 1830 on the 1830 U. S. census for Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as head of family Samuel Mosely. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males 20 to 30 years old, 1 Free white males 70 to 80 years old, 1 Free white females 60 to 70 years old.4


Samuel Moseley died on 25 December 1833, at age 74, in Franklin County, GeorgiaG.5,1

Children with Susannah Bledsoe (b. about 1767)

SonDaniel Moseley+ (b. 25 December 1802, d. 15 July 1882)
DaughterSally Moseley (b. about 1804)
SonGarland Moseley (b. about 1806)
SonAnderson Moseley+ (b. about 1808)

Citations

  1. [S761] Membership application, George Washington Moseley,no.80446, on John Stonecypher, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Louisville, Kentucky, online database and images"U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970" Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/: Accessed 24 November 2012)
  2. [S814] "Revolutionary War Pensions," file for Samuel Mosely (S.33117 and R7361, North Carolina), Database and Images, Fold3 (www.fold3.com : accessed 12 December 2012); Sworn Declaration of Service, 5 Mar 1823, page 6; Citing microfilm M804. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives, Washington D.C., (ARC Identifier 2733385), Link to first page in file: http:s//www.fold3.com/image/#1|27262553
  3. [S815] "North Carolina, Marriages, 1759-1979," Index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ : accessed 12 December 2012), entry for Samuel Mosely and Susanna Bledsoe.
  4. [S816] 1830 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, p. 257 (stamped), line 17, Samuel Mosely; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 15 December 2012; citing NARA microfilm publication M19, Roll 17
  5. [S813] "Final Payment Vouchers Index for Military Pensions, 1818-1864," entry for Samuel Mosely, Database and Images, Fold3 (www.fold3.com : accessed 12 December 2012); index card; Citing Index to Final Pension Payment Vouchers, compiled 1818 - 1864, Record Group 217 , National Archives, Washington D.C., (ARC Identifier 2733385), Link to item: http://www.fold3.com/image/#255318803

Susannah Bledsoe

b. about 1767
Last Edited21 July 2017

Susannah Bledsoe was born about 1767.1


Susannah Bledsoe married Samuel Moseley on 12 August 1786 in Granville County, North CarolinaG.1,2


After her marriage she was known as Susannah Moseley.1

Children with Samuel Moseley (b. 23 September 1759, d. 25 December 1833)

SonDaniel Moseley+ (b. 25 December 1802, d. 15 July 1882)
DaughterSally Moseley (b. about 1804)
SonGarland Moseley (b. about 1806)
SonAnderson Moseley+ (b. about 1808)

Citations

  1. [S814] "Revolutionary War Pensions," file for Samuel Mosely (S.33117 and R7361, North Carolina), Database and Images, Fold3 (www.fold3.com : accessed 12 December 2012); Sworn Declaration of Service, 5 Mar 1823, page 6; Citing microfilm M804. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives, Washington D.C., (ARC Identifier 2733385), Link to first page in file: http:s//www.fold3.com/image/#1|27262553
  2. [S815] "North Carolina, Marriages, 1759-1979," Index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ : accessed 12 December 2012), entry for Samuel Mosely and Susanna Bledsoe.

Sally Moseley

b. about 1804
Last Edited17 July 2017

Sally Moseley was born about 1804.1
She was the daughter of Samuel Moseley and Susannah Bledsoe.1

Sally Moseley married Zachariah Walls on 25 January 1824 in Franklin County, GeorgiaG.2


After her marriage she was known as Sally Walls.3

Citations

  1. [S814] "Revolutionary War Pensions," file for Samuel Mosely (S.33117 and R7361, North Carolina), Database and Images, Fold3 (www.fold3.com : accessed 12 December 2012); Sworn Declaration of Service, 5 Mar 1823, page 6; Citing microfilm M804. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives, Washington D.C., (ARC Identifier 2733385), Link to first page in file: http:s//www.fold3.com/image/#1|27262553
  2. [S1309] "Georgia, Marriages, 1808-1967," Index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ : accessed 15 December 2012), entry for Sallie Moseley and Zachariah Walls.
  3. [S1303] "Georgia, Marriages, 1808-1967," Index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ : accessed 15 December 2012), entry for Sallie Moseley and Zachariah Walls.

Garland Moseley

b. about 1806
Last Edited13 June 2017

Garland Moseley was born about 1806.1
He was the son of Samuel Moseley and Susannah Bledsoe.1

Garland Moseley was enumerated during 1830 on the 1830 U. S. census for Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as head of family Garland Mosely. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males 20 to 30 years old, 1 Free white females 20 to 30 years old.2

Citations

  1. [S814] "Revolutionary War Pensions," file for Samuel Mosely (S.33117 and R7361, North Carolina), Database and Images, Fold3 (www.fold3.com : accessed 12 December 2012); Sworn Declaration of Service, 5 Mar 1823, page 6; Citing microfilm M804. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives, Washington D.C., (ARC Identifier 2733385), Link to first page in file: http:s//www.fold3.com/image/#1|27262553
  2. [S817] 1830 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, p. 257 (stamped), line 16, Garland Mosely; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 15 December 2012; citing NARA microfilm publication M19, Roll 17

Anderson Moseley

b. about 1808
Last Edited26 February 2018
He was the son of Samuel Moseley and Susannah Bledsoe.1
Anderson Moseley was born about 1808.1


Anderson Moseley married Lucy Stonecypher, daughter of John Henry Stonecypher and Nancy Curtis, about 1830.2


Anderson Moseley was enumerated during 1840 on the 1840 U. S. census for District 267, Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as head of family Anderson Mosely. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white persons, males, under 5 years old, 1 Free white persons, males, at least 5 and under 10 years old, 1 Free white persons, males, at least 30 and under 40 years old, 1 Free white persons, females, at least 5 and under 10 years old, 4 Total Persons, 1 Persons employed in Argriculture.3


Anderson Moseley married Rachel Crawforde on 25 February 1841 in Franklin County, GeorgiaG.4

Children with Lucy Stonecypher (b. about 1810, d. between 1837 and 1840)

DaughterNancy Moseley (b. about 1833)
SonSamuel Moseley (b. about 1835)
SonJohn Moseley (b. about 1837)

Citations

  1. [S814] "Revolutionary War Pensions," file for Samuel Mosely (S.33117 and R7361, North Carolina), Database and Images, Fold3 (www.fold3.com : accessed 12 December 2012); Sworn Declaration of Service, 5 Mar 1823, page 6; Citing microfilm M804. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives, Washington D.C., (ARC Identifier 2733385), Link to first page in file: http:s//www.fold3.com/image/#1|27262553
  2. [S809] Franklin County, Georgia, Estate Records 1791-1901, File 159-2-1, Stonecypher, John (1851-1854), Return No. 2, July 5 1852; images database, "Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-993T-1924?cc=1999178&wc=9SB4-C6X%3A267652601%2C268020701, path Franklin > Estates 1791-1901 Smith, Welborn T.-Stoval, George >923-926 : accessed 9 December 2012).
  3. [S825] 1840 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, District 267, p. 314 (written) p. 314 (stamped), line 7, Anderson Mosely; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 3 May 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication M704, Roll 41
  4. [S1298] "Georgia, Marriages, 1808-1967," Index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ : accessed 17 December 2012), entry for Anderson Mosley and Rachael Crawforde.

Zachariah Walls

Last Edited13 June 2017


Zachariah Walls married Sally Moseley, daughter of Samuel Moseley and Susannah Bledsoe, on 25 January 1824 in Franklin County, GeorgiaG.1


Zachariah Walls was enumerated during 1830 on the 1830 U. S. census for Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as head of family Zachariah Walls. Enumerated in this family were: 1 Free white males under 5 years old, 1 Free white males 5 to 10 years old, 1 Free white males 30 to 40 years old, 1 Free white females 20 to 30 years old, 4 Total Persons.2

Citations

  1. [S1309] "Georgia, Marriages, 1808-1967," Index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ : accessed 15 December 2012), entry for Sallie Moseley and Zachariah Walls.
  2. [S819] 1830 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, p. 227 (stamped) p. 227 (written), line 18, Zachariah Walls; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 15 December 2012; citing NARA microfilm publication M19, Roll 17

A J Sutton

b. about 1824
Last Edited13 June 2017

A J Sutton was born about 1824 in GeorgiaG.1


On 29 October 1850 A J Sutton was enumerated in the household of William Nix on the 1850 U. S. census for Habersham County, GeorgiaG, as A J Sutton, 26 years old, birthplace of Georgia, occupation of Farmer. Also enumerated in the household were Susannah Stonecypher, Fannie Farlene Nix, Malinda Nix, and William Carr Nix.1

Citations

  1. [S821] 1850 U. S. census, Habersham County, Georgia, population schedule, District 7, p. 269A (stamped), dwelling 61, family 61, Wm Nix; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 15 December 2012; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 72

Lucy Stonecypher

b. about 1810, d. between 1837 and 1840
Relationship4th great-grandaunt of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited7 March 2018

Lucy Stonecypher was born about 1810.1,2
She was the daughter of John Henry Stonecypher and Nancy Curtis.1,2

It is certain that a daughter of John Stonecypher married Anderson Mosely and had children by him. This is proven by the estate records of John Stonecypher. That the name of that daughter was Lucy is less certain. I have yet to find a nineteenth century source that mentions her by name. Underwood in The Stonecipher Tree gives her the name of Lucy and cites a newspaper article 1890 which stated she was the youngest daughter but does not mention her name.3,2


Lucy Stonecypher married Anderson Moseley, son of Samuel Moseley and Susannah Bledsoe, about 1830.1


After her marriage she was known as Lucy Moseley.1


Lucy Stonecypher died between 1837 and 1840 She was alive in 1837 when she gave birth to her sone John. John Mosely was her son otherwise he would not have been an heir to his grandfather's estate. in the Anderson Mosely's household on the 1840 census there were no women of child bearing age, so she died by then.4,1

Children with Anderson Moseley (b. about 1808)

DaughterNancy Moseley (b. about 1833)
SonSamuel Moseley (b. about 1835)
SonJohn Moseley (b. about 1837)

Citations

  1. [S809] Franklin County, Georgia, Estate Records 1791-1901, File 159-2-1, Stonecypher, John (1851-1854), Return No. 2, July 5 1852; images database, "Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-993T-1924?cc=1999178&wc=9SB4-C6X%3A267652601%2C268020701, path Franklin > Estates 1791-1901 Smith, Welborn T.-Stoval, George >923-926 : accessed 9 December 2012).
  2. [S2022] Thomas E Stonecypher, John Henry Stonecypher : a Revolutionary soldier from Wilkes Co., N.C. and Franklin Co., Ga. (Albany, Georgia: T.E. Stonecypher, 2001); digital image, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/1113829?availability=Family%20History%20Library : accessed 7 March 2018)., 15
  3. [S1998] Mary Howe Underwood, The Stonecipher Tree ([Knoxville, Tennessee]: M.H. Underwood, 1984); digital image, FamilySearch (https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE946811 : accessed 26 February 2018)., 14, 112
  4. [S825] 1840 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, District 267, p. 314 (written) p. 314 (stamped), line 7, Anderson Mosely; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 3 May 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication M704, Roll 41

Nancy Moseley

b. about 1833
Relationship1st cousin 5 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited13 June 2017

Nancy Moseley was born about 1833 in GeorgiaG.1
She was the daughter of Anderson Moseley and Lucy Stonecypher.2

On 4 October 1850 Nancy Moseley was enumerated in the household of Daniel Moseley on the 1850 U. S. census for District No 32, Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as Nancy Mosley, 17 years old, birthplace of Georgia. Also enumerated in the household were Phoebe Stonecypher, James A Moseley, John C Moseley, Samuel H Moseley, Samuel Moseley, and John Moseley.1


On 7 July 1851 Daniel Moseley was appointed guardian of Nancy Moseley by the Court of Ordinary, Franklin County, GeorgiaG.3


On 19 January 1852 Nancy Moseley and Samuel Moseley and John Moseley received $770 from the estate of John Henry Stonecypher through Daniel Moseley, guardian and uncle.2

Citations

  1. [S807] 1850 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule, District No 32, p. 569 (written) p. 285 (stamped), dwelling 663, family 663, Daniel Mosley; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 13 December 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 70
  2. [S809] Franklin County, Georgia, Estate Records 1791-1901, File 159-2-1, Stonecypher, John (1851-1854), Return No. 2, July 5 1852; images database, "Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-993T-1924?cc=1999178&wc=9SB4-C6X%3A267652601%2C268020701, path Franklin > Estates 1791-1901 Smith, Welborn T.-Stoval, George >923-926 : accessed 9 December 2012).
  3. [S1361] Franklin County, Georgia, Court of Ordinary, Minutes 1844-1856: 135; images database, "Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975", (, path Franklin » Minutes 1824-1856 » Image 265 : accessed 5 January 2013). "Minutes 1824-1856" contains two volumes of minutes. The first is from 1829 -1844 (Images 3-183) and the second is from 1844-1856 (Images 185-427).

Samuel Moseley

b. about 1835
Relationship1st cousin 5 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited13 June 2017

Samuel Moseley was born about 1835 in GeorgiaG.1
He was the son of Anderson Moseley and Lucy Stonecypher.2

On 4 October 1850 Samuel Moseley was enumerated in the household of Daniel Moseley on the 1850 U. S. census for District No 32, Franklin County, GeorgiaG, as Lemual Mosley, 15 years old, birthplace of Georgia. Also enumerated in the household were Phoebe Stonecypher, James A Moseley, John C Moseley, Samuel H Moseley, Nancy Moseley, and John Moseley.1


On 7 July 1851 Daniel Moseley was appointed guardian of Samuel Moseley by the Court of Ordinary, Franklin County, GeorgiaG.3


On 19 January 1852 Samuel Moseley and Nancy Moseley and John Moseley received $770 from the estate of John Henry Stonecypher through Daniel Moseley, guardian and uncle.2

Citations

  1. [S807] 1850 U. S. census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule, District No 32, p. 569 (written) p. 285 (stamped), dwelling 663, family 663, Daniel Mosley; digital image, Ancestry.com (http:/www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 13 December 2009; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, Roll 70
  2. [S809] Franklin County, Georgia, Estate Records 1791-1901, File 159-2-1, Stonecypher, John (1851-1854), Return No. 2, July 5 1852; images database, "Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975", FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-993T-1924?cc=1999178&wc=9SB4-C6X%3A267652601%2C268020701, path Franklin > Estates 1791-1901 Smith, Welborn T.-Stoval, George >923-926 : accessed 9 December 2012).
  3. [S1361] Franklin County, Georgia, Court of Ordinary, Minutes 1844-1856: 135; images database, "Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1975", (, path Franklin » Minutes 1824-1856 » Image 265 : accessed 5 January 2013). "Minutes 1824-1856" contains two volumes of minutes. The first is from 1829 -1844 (Images 3-183) and the second is from 1844-1856 (Images 185-427).