Alexander Skinner

b. circa 1791
     Alexander Skinner was born circa 1791. He was the son of John Skinner and Anna Harvey.

Mary Creecy

b. November 1806, d. 19 March 1892
     Mary Creecy was born in November 1806 at Chowan Co., NC. She was the daughter of Nathan Creecy and Elizabeth Rice. Mary Creecy married Henry Augustus Skinner, son of John Skinner and Anna Harvey, on 24 November 1829 at Chowan Co., NC. Mary Creecy died on 19 March 1892 at Mobile, Mobile Co., AL, at age 85.

The Economist-Falcon (Elizabeth City, NC), 5 April 1892, page 3, column 3.

Departed this life in Mobile Ala. March 19th, in the 86th year of her age, Mrs. Mary C. Skinner, relict of Henry A. Skinner, and the oldest member of the Creecy family of Edenton N. C.

Mrs. Skinner was born in Chowan county, in November 1806 at the farm then and since known as Wakefield, near Albemarle Sound. Upon the death of her father, Nathan Creecy, she removed to Edenton, was married in 1829 and in 1836 removed to Clarke county Ala. and thence to Mobile in 1851. She leaves two surviving children, having lost several by death, her eldest son Joseph at Gettysburg, we think. She was a devoted member of the Catholic Church and was buried from the Catholic Cathedral of Mobile.

Children of Mary Creecy and Henry Augustus Skinner

Nathan Thomas Moore

b. 5 October 1835, d. 17 October 1920
     Nathan Thomas Moore was born on 5 October 1835 at Brown Co., OH. He was the son of Joseph Marion Moore and Nancy Hathaway. Nathan Thomas Moore married Sarah Louisa Manker, daughter of John Manker and Sarah Wright, on 24 August 1865 at Mowreystown, Highland Co., OH. Nathan Thomas Moore died on 17 October 1920 at Webb City, Jasper Co., MO, at age 85; of a heart attack. He was buried on 19 October 1920 at Mount Hope Cemetery, Webb City, Jasper Co., MO.1

Nathan was probably the son of Joseph Moore and Nancy. In the 1850 federal census of Concord Township, Highland County, OH, Joseph is listed as 49 and a farmer, born in OH. Nancy is listed as 35 and born in OH. Nathan T. Was listed as 14, born in OH.

By the 1860 census, Nathan T. was a 24 year old school teacher living with Thomas Hogan in the Liberty Township, Highland Co. while his father Joseph was still in the Concord Township, age 59, and Nancy age 51.

Nathan was a school teacher and traveled from place to place where he would be needed. He was a 'Yankee' and was a soldier in the Union Army. He used to tell endless tales of the Civil War. Claude Jr. remembered him as a tall, proud, sensitive, and gentle man, possessed of a wry sense of humor. He was cultured and well-read, and most intelligent.

Nathan was principal of the school in Webb City. Sarah Louisa was a Quaker.

Nathan and S.L. were enumerated in the 1880 Fairview, Fayette Co., Indiana federal census. He was a school teacher age 45, she was 36. Children in the household were Viola 14, Emma 9, Harry 7, "Mollie" 3, and Walter 5 months.

Nathan and Louisa were enumerated in the 1900 Joplin township, Webb City, Jasper Co., MO, federal census, ED 49, page 7A. Nathan was a teacher, age 65; she was 56. The census indicates he has born October 1834; she was born August 1844. Harry was born October 1879, Nettie January 1880, Jessie March 1882, and Arthur September 1884. Walter was living next door age 29.

Nathan and Sarah were enumerated in the 1910 Joplin Township, Webb City, Jasper Co., MO, federal census, ED 60, page 6B. Nathan was retired, age 74. Sarah was 65. Children in the household were Jessie and Arthur. Living next door was a Walter Moore, age 39.

Nathan and Sarah Louisa were enumerated in the 1920 Jopln township, Webb City, Jasper Co., MO, federal census, ED 70, page 8B. He was 84, she was 75. Also in the household was their widowed daughter Jessie Lee Lillibridge, age 47 who was a cashier at a theater.

N. T. Moore, father of Harry C., was born near Winchester, Adams county, Ohio, October 5, 1835, and as soon as he was through school he followed his natural bent and began to teach. He continued in this work until the Civil war was inaugurated, when he enlisted in the Fifty-ninth Ohio Infantry. He was in the army from 1861 to 1865, participating in many hard fought battles. At the close of the war he went back to the teaching which he loved and for which he was so admirably fitted.
He married Sarah Louise Masker, who was born in Fincastle, Brown county, Ohio, August. 5, 1844. and was a mere child at the beginning of the war. Mr. Moore taught in various places, and in 1878, on the 9th day of October, while they were living at Butler, Kentucky, Harry C. Moore was born. Mr. Moore's whole life, with the exception of his four years' military experience, has been spent in the noble work of teaching. Now, in 1911, he has retired from his profession and is living a quiet life with his wife in Webb City, still having an opportunity to instill into his grandchildren's minds the stores of knowledge he accumulated during his years of teaching.

Children of Nathan Thomas Moore and Sarah Louisa Manker

Citations

  1. [S807] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 25 January 2018), memorial page for Nathan T Moore (5 Oct 1835–17 Oct 1920), Find A Grave Memorial no. 55067749, citing Mount Hope Cemetery, Webb City, Jasper County, Missouri, USA ; Maintained by Kelly (contributor 47291356) .

Sarah Louisa Manker

b. 2 August 1844, d. 16 April 1923
     Sarah Louisa Manker was born on 2 August 1844 at Fincastle, Brown Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of John Manker and Sarah Wright.2 Sarah Louisa Manker married Nathan Thomas Moore, son of Joseph Marion Moore and Nancy Hathaway, on 24 August 1865 at Mowreystown, Highland Co., OH. Sarah Louisa Manker died on 16 April 1923 at Webb City, Jasper Co., MO, at age 78; of stomach cancer. She was buried on 18 April 1923 at Mount Hope Cemetery, Webb City, Jasper Co., MO.3 Possibly the daughter of John Manker and Sarah Wright who were married March 19, 1824 by Andrew S. McClain, M.G. in Highland Co., OH. They were listed in the 1860 Federal Census of Highland Co. John was age 58, a farmer, born in PA. Sarah was 55, born in PA. Sarah was 16, born in OH. There is another Sarah listed in Liberty Township, the daughter of Jacob and Rebecca but she is listed as "Sarah J."

Children of Sarah Louisa Manker and Nathan Thomas Moore

Citations

  1. [S807] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, memorial # 55067749.
  2. [S336] Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com. 1850 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch. Year: 1850; Census Place: Eagle, Brown, Ohio; Roll: M432_662; Page: 429B; Image: 311.
  3. [S807] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 25 January 2018), memorial page for Sarah Louise Manker Moore (2 Aug 1844–16 Apr 1923), Find A Grave Memorial no. 55067772, citing Mount Hope Cemetery, Webb City, Jasper County, Missouri, USA ; Maintained by Kelly (contributor 47291356) .

Viola B. Moore

b. 30 June 1866, d. 29 August 1948
     Viola B. Moore was born on 30 June 1866 at Mowreystown, Highland Co., OH. She was the daughter of Nathan Thomas Moore and Sarah Louisa Manker. Viola B. Moore died on 29 August 1948 at Waxahachie, TX, at age 82; of a stroke.

Walter F. Moore

b. 7 December 1869, d. 7 March 1943
     President of the Webb City Bank, retired at 45 wealthy and then traveled.

Walter and Cora were enumerated in the 1900 Joplin township, Webb City, Jasper Co., MO, federal census, ED 49, page 7A, living next door to his father. He was a traveling salesman born December 1870, she was born July 1872 in Missouri. Her father was from England, her mother from Missouri. They had been married 6 years and had no children.

Walter and Cora were enumerated in teh 1920 Joplin township, Webb City, Jasper Co., MO, federal census, ED 70, page 8B. They lived on South Bell Street, next door to his father. Walter F. Moore was born on 7 December 1869 at Concordia, Lafayette Co., MO. He was the son of Nathan Thomas Moore and Sarah Louisa Manker. Walter F. Moore married Cora (?) Walter F. Moore died on 7 March 1943 at Long Beach, CA, at age 73; of cancer.

Frank Emmette Moore

b. 16 November 1873, d. 19 June 1874
     Frank Emmette Moore was born on 16 November 1873 at Frudam, Lafayette Co., MO. He was the son of Nathan Thomas Moore and Sarah Louisa Manker. Frank Emmette Moore died on 19 June 1874 at Mountain Grove, MO; Accidental Drowning.

Nettie Mary Louise Moore

b. 11 January 1880, d. 11 May 1962
     Nettie Mary Louise Moore was born on 11 January 1880 at Falmouth, Rush Co., IN. She was the daughter of Nathan Thomas Moore and Sarah Louisa Manker. Nettie Mary Louise Moore died on 11 May 1962 at Des Moines, Polk Co., IA, at age 82.

Jessica Lee Moore

b. 23 March 1882, d. 16 January 1971
     Jessica Lee Moore was born on 23 March 1882 at Eveningshade, Sharp Co., AR.1 She was the daughter of Nathan Thomas Moore and Sarah Louisa Manker. Jessica Lee Moore married Leonard Lillibridge in 1917. Jessica Lee Moore died on 16 January 1971 at Des Moines, Polk Co., IA, at age 88.1

Citations

  1. [S182] Social Security Death Index (on-line), Ancestry.com, SSDI, Ancestry.com, SSAN 569-26-1664.

Davis Arthur Moore

b. 18 September 1884, d. 7 June 1952
     When he was killed in an auto accident, he was the vice-President fo the Toledo Edison Company, Ohio. Davis Arthur Moore was born on 18 September 1884 at Morris Township, Texas Co., MO. He was the son of Nathan Thomas Moore and Sarah Louisa Manker. Davis Arthur Moore died on 7 June 1952 at age 67.

Child of Davis Arthur Moore and Alice (?)

Leonard Lillibridge

d. 1918
     Leonard Lillibridge married Jessica Lee Moore, daughter of Nathan Thomas Moore and Sarah Louisa Manker, in 1917. Leonard Lillibridge died in 1918 at Flu Epidemic.

Rev. Robert Thomas Chappell

b. 26 April 1863, d. 30 November 1945
     Rev. Robert Thomas Chappell was born on 26 April 1863 at Whitaker's Bluff (now Flatwoods), Perry Co., TN.1 He was the son of Thomas Dickie Chappell and Mary A. Lockridge. Rev. Robert Thomas Chappell was baptized in 1879 at Mt. Olive Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Flatwoods, northern Wayne (now Perry) Co., TN. He married Martha Louisa Thomason, daughter of Frances Marion Thomason and Margaret A. Smith, on 23 January 1881 at Flatwoods, northern Wayne Co., TN.2 Rev. Robert Thomas Chappell married Ruth Stone on 6 February 1898 at Wayne Co., TN. Rev. Robert Thomas Chappell died on 30 November 1945 at Boyce Clinic, Hohenwald, Lewis Co., TN, at age 82. He was buried on 2 December 1945 at Cedar Glade Cemetery on the Howell Farm, near the Buffalo River, Flatwoods, northern Wayne County, TN.

Robert was still in his mother's household, age 17, in the 1880 census of Wayne Co., TN. His 1st marriage must have then been shortly thereafter as the birth of his first child Mollie, was in October 1881.

Robert was enumerated in the 1900 Wayne Co., TN census, 3rd Civil District, age 37, a carpenter, with wife Ruth 26 and children Nina 6, May 11, Dory 8, Mary M. 1, and brother Benjamin 42.

Apparently Robert's first wife died and he remarried Ruth. Just for argument sake, Mary M. will be assigned to Ruth.



from Glenda G. James of "FindAGrave":

The graves are in very, very, very northern Wayne County.

Whitaker's Bluff (renamed Flatwoods in 1871) has always straddled the Wayne and Perry County line.

"Most" of Flatwoods was in Wayne County until 1909 when by legislative action, "most" of Flatwoods was moved into Perry County.

The county line was moved again slightly just a few years ago, but these two graves have always been in Wayne County.

The graves are on a farm. I think that the current farm (where the graves are located) was part of Tom Chappell's much larger farm.

Flatwoods was projected to have a railroad come through in the late 1880s-early 1890s. The route was surveyed, and the plans were moving along. The projected route came close to the home of Tom Chappell's widow and was really near the farm where the graves are.

However, because of several factors, the railroad never materialized

"The Cedar Glade" is a specific area adjoining the Buffalo River bank just up from the graves.

Bob was the master builder around Flatwoods for many years. Mattie was the daughter of Francis Marion Thomason, a local miller and saw miller.

After the 1909 county line change, the Thomasons were still living just inside the Wayne County line on Little 'Possum Creek.

Marion Thomason's granddaughter [daughter of Milton Harrison "Milt" Thomason and Alice (Ham) Thomason] still lives on the Thomason family farm property. Alice's family, according to her daughter, pronounced the name "Hom." But by the 1930s, the last name was spelled "Hamm" and pronounced "Ham."


Children of Rev. Robert Thomas Chappell and Martha Louisa Thomason

Child of Rev. Robert Thomas Chappell and Ruth Stone

Citations

  1. [S350] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell Revised, Page 241.
  2. [S336] Ancestry.com, Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002.

Martha Louisa Thomason

b. 23 September 1863, d. 22 May 1896
     Martha Louisa Thomason was born on 23 September 1863 at Little 'Possum Creek, Flatwoods, northern Wayne Co., TN. She was the daughter of Frances Marion Thomason and Margaret A. Smith. Martha Louisa Thomason also went by the name of Mattie Thomason. She married Rev. Robert Thomas Chappell, son of Thomas Dickie Chappell and Mary A. Lockridge, on 23 January 1881 at Flatwoods, northern Wayne Co., TN.1 Martha Louisa Thomason died on 22 May 1896 at Flatwoods, northern Wayne Co., TN, at age 32.

Some information on Matie is from the Mount Ollive CP Church journal.

Children of Martha Louisa Thomason and Rev. Robert Thomas Chappell

Citations

  1. [S336] Ancestry.com, Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002.

Dorothy Chappell

b. 5 August 1891, d. 3 August 1959
     Dorothy Chappell was born on 5 August 1891 at Flatwoods, northern Wayne Co., TN. She was the daughter of Rev. Robert Thomas Chappell and Martha Louisa Thomason. Dorothy Chappell also went by the name of Dovie Chappell. She married F. C. Down. Dorothy Chappell died on 3 August 1959 at Dallas, Dallas Co., TX, at age 67.

Nina Chappell

b. September 1893, d. 26 September 1926
     Nina Chappell was born in September 1893 at Flatwoods, northern Wayne Co., TN. She was the daughter of Rev. Robert Thomas Chappell and Martha Louisa Thomason. Nina Chappell died on 26 September 1926 at Flatwoods, northern Wayne Co., TN.

Mary Chappell

b. 31 October 1881, d. 12 December 1962
     Mary Chappell was also known as Mollie. She was born on 31 October 1881 at Flatwoods, northern Wayne Co., TN.1,2 She was the daughter of Rev. Robert Thomas Chappell and Martha Louisa Thomason. Mary Chappell married Thomas Carroll Bromley on 19 October 1898. Mary Chappell died on 12 December 1962 at Flatwoods, northern Wayne Co., TN, at age 81.2 She was buried at Flatwoods Cemetery, Flat Woods, Perry Co., TN.2

The Flatwoods farm had no running water or electricity. Water came from a spring, oil lanterns provided illumination, ice was non-existent, the outhouse was about 50-75 feet from the main house. The kids had a chamberpot for nighttime bathroom relief. They had to empty it every morning. Meat was cured in the smokehouse and chickens were slaughtered on an almost daily basis. Going into town required harnessing up the mule to a buckboard and fording the local stream/river which backed up to the property.

Mollie and Thomas were enumerated in the 1920 Wayne Co., TN, federal census. He was a farmer, age 46, she was 38. Children in the household were Robert J. 15, Mattie C. 14, Roy T. 9, and Laury L. 6. They were again enumerated in Wayne Co. in the 1930 census. Children in the household were Robert, Roy, and Lucile. They were still in Wayne Co. in the 1940 census. The only child in the household was Robert. Roy and his wife Louise were enumerated next door.

NOTE: The farm was located in Wayne County, the nearby cemetery, located in front of the Methodist church, is in Perry County.

Children of Mary Chappell and Thomas Carroll Bromley

Citations

  1. [S39] 1920 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  2. [S807] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, memorial ID 39151064.
  3. [S807] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 06 May 2018), memorial page for Laura Lucile Bromley Dixon (22 Jul 1913–27 Jan 1989), Find A Grave Memorial no. 125837020, citing Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Red Hill, Lawrence County, Tennessee, USA ; Maintained by Robert Wix (contributor 48111824) .

Thomas Dickie Chappell

b. 1818, d. 1880
     Thomas Dickie Chappell was born in 1818 at TN.1 He was the son of William Chappell Junior and Sarah L. Palmer. Thomas Dickie Chappell married Mary A. Lockridge in 1840. Thomas Dickie Chappell died in 1880.2

Thomas D. and Mary A. were enumerated in the 1850 Franklin Co., TN census; also in the household were William D., 6, Susan A. V., 5, and Fanny G., 2.

Thomas and Mary A. were enumerated in the 1860 Perry Co., TN census; Thomas 48, Mary 39; Richard 16, Susan A. 14, Frances 12, Nimrod 10, Mary V. 6, Etta 4, Benjamin 1, with 7 slaves.

Thomas D. and Mary A. were enumerated in the 1870 Wayne Co., TN census. Thomas 50, Mary 50, Fannie 21, Nimrod 18, Mary V. 16, Ella B. 12, Benjamin F. 10, Robert P. 7.

Mary A. was enumerated in the 1880 Wayne Co., TN census, age 60; Ben 20, Robert 17. Also in the household was Thomas Lockridge 45. Perhaps Thomas was deceased by this time.

Children of Thomas Dickie Chappell and Mary A. Lockridge

Citations

  1. [S350] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell Revised, Page 241.
  2. [S362] 1880 Federal Census,.

Mary A. Lockridge

b. say 1821
     Mary A. Lockridge was born say 1821. She married Thomas Dickie Chappell, son of William Chappell Junior and Sarah L. Palmer, in 1840.

Children of Mary A. Lockridge and Thomas Dickie Chappell

William Chappell Junior

b. 29 July 1788, d. 21 November 1873
     William Chappell Junior was born on 29 July 1788 at Halifax Co., VA.1 He was the son of William Chappell and Elizabeth Dickey. William Chappell Junior married Sarah L. Palmer on 25 June 1812 at Halifax Co., VA.2 William Chappell Junior died on 21 November 1873 at Maury Co., TN, at age 85.

In 1817 William emigrated to Tennessee, first located in Sumner county, from there removed to Wilson county, and in 1828 settled in Maury county, whee he became a prosperous cotton planter and lived out his days. Physically, he was of medium stature, and never weighed over 145 pounds, but possessed great energy and industry, and was a man of the most exemplary habits and the strictest integrity. He was a zealous Christian and a devoted churchman--what was called in old times a "shouting Methodist." 3,4

William and Sarah were enumerated in the 1850 Maury Co. census. William was 62 born in VA; Sarah was 53, born in VA. Also in the household are William B., 22, Alexander, 16, Sallie L., 14, Newton P., 10.

Children of William Chappell Junior and Sarah L. Palmer

Citations

  1. [S350] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell Revised, Page 241.
  2. [S348] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell-Dickie, Page 125.
  3. [S348] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell-Dickie, page 129.
  4. [S350] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell Revised, page 241.
  5. [S348] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell-Dickie, Page 129.
  6. [S348] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell-Dickie, Page 131.

Sarah L. Palmer

b. 9 May 1798, d. 17 October 1852
     Sarah L. Palmer was born on 9 May 1798. She married William Chappell Junior, son of William Chappell and Elizabeth Dickey, on 25 June 1812 at Halifax Co., VA.1 Sarah L. Palmer died on 17 October 1852 at age 54.

Children of Sarah L. Palmer and William Chappell Junior

Citations

  1. [S348] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell-Dickie, Page 125.
  2. [S348] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell-Dickie, Page 129.
  3. [S348] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell-Dickie, Page 131.

William Chappell

b. 15 May 1758, d. 18 May 1799
     William Chappell was born on 15 May 1758 at Amelia Co., VA.1,2 He was the son of John Chappell and Prudence (?) William Chappell married Elizabeth Dickey, daughter of John Dickie, on 6 November 1783 at Halifax Co., VA. William Chappell died on 18 May 1799 at Halifax Co., VA, at age 41.

William accompanied his brothers, Robert, John and James, and other relatives, when they removed to Halifax county about 1780, and the first account we find of him there was his marriage. He soon bought a tract of land and established a home on the south side of Dan river in the extreme southern part of the county, adjoining the plantations of his brothers, where he continued to live until his death, at the early age of 41 years.3

William seems to have been an industrious and prosperous farmer, for his name appears several times on the pages of the deed books of Halifax County. He died testate, and his will, written November 1, 1798, was proved June 24, 1799. It was witnessed by William Dickie, Sr., a brother-in-law, and Nancy Chappell, a niece, the latter a daughter of Robert Chappell. In his will the names of his children are mentioned in the following order, which was the order of birth. David Crawley, Sarah, William, Dickie, John Watkins, Elizabeth, and Alexander. None of these children were grown at the time of their father's death. David Crawley and John Watkins died in Virginia, before arriving at maturity; the others all lived to be married, and in after years removed to the State of Tennessee. The brothers of the testator, Robert and John Chappell, and his brother-in-law, Edwin Garlington, were appointed executors and also guardians of his children. The inventory of his estate, which is on file, amounted, exclusive of lands and negroes, to £898 4s. 7d., or, in dollars and cents, to $4,347. On February 22, 1802, Elizabeth Chappell, the widow, receipted to the executors for her dower. The witnesses to this receipt were William Dickie, Sr., David Crawley Chappell, and Conway and William Garlington-the two latter were the sons of Edwin Garlington, and hence her nephews. .4

There is a double relationship between the descendants of John and William Chappell-two brothers having married sisters-the daughters of John Dickie, Sr. This close relationships has perhaps let to more than the usual affectionate feeling of kinship-an affection which has continued unbroken for more than a century. .4

Elizabeth, the widow of William Chappell and Thomas Crawley, in 1832, removed with her youngest son, Alexander Chappell to Maury County, Tennessee, whence all of her children had preceded her. She died in that county, at the home of her son William, having live to be nearly an octogenarian. She is remembered by those yet living and it is said that in her young days she was tall and spare with an olive complexion and black hair and eyes; a description which is directly the opposite of that which has come down of her sister, Susannah Garlington, who is said to have been a very decided blonde and "large in person." .5

Children of William Chappell and Elizabeth Dickey

Citations

  1. [S348] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell-Dickie, Page 125.
  2. [S350] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell Revised, Page 238.
  3. [S350] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell Revised, page 238.
  4. [S350] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell Revised, page 239.
  5. [S350] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell Revised, page 240.

Elizabeth Dickey

b. 27 November 1765, d. 3 June 1844
     Elizabeth Dickey was born on 27 November 1765 at Halifax Co., VA.1 She was the daughter of John Dickie. Elizabeth Dickey married William Chappell, son of John Chappell and Prudence (?), on 6 November 1783 at Halifax Co., VA. Elizabeth Dickey died on 3 June 1844 at TN at age 78.1

Children of Elizabeth Dickey and William Chappell

Citations

  1. [S348] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell-Dickie, Page 73.

John Chappell

b. 1720, d. April 1775
     John Chappell was born in 1720 at Prince George, VA. He was the son of Robert Chappell and Sarah Cox. John Chappell married Prudence (?) John Chappell died in April 1775 at Amelia Co., VA.

Children of John Chappell and Prudence (?)

Citations

  1. [S348] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell-Dickie, Page 64.

Prudence (?)

d. 1778
     Prudence (?) married John Chappell, son of Robert Chappell and Sarah Cox. Prudence (?) died in 1778.

Children of Prudence (?) and John Chappell

Citations

  1. [S348] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell-Dickie, Page 64.

Robert Chappell

b. 1680, d. 1724
     Robert Chappell was born in 1680 at Charles City Co., VA.1 He was the son of Thomas Chappell and Elizabeth Jones. Robert Chappell married Sarah Cox. Robert Chappell died in 1724 at Prince George, VA.

Child of Robert Chappell and Sarah Cox

Citations

  1. [S350] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell Revised, Page 158.

Sarah Cox

d. 1761
     Name may be Sarah Cox or may be a married name. Sarah Cox married Robert Chappell, son of Thomas Chappell and Elizabeth Jones. Sarah Cox died in 1761 at Amelia Co., VA.1

Child of Sarah Cox and Robert Chappell

Citations

  1. [S350] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell Revised, Page 166.

Thomas Chappell

b. 1650, d. between 1694 and 1700
     Thomas Chappell was born in 1650 at Charles City Co., VA.1 He was the son of Thomas Chappell and perhaps Mary Sarah Banister. Thomas Chappell died between 1694 and 1700 at Charles City Co., VA.

Child of Thomas Chappell and Elizabeth Jones

Citations

  1. [S350] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell Revised, Page 60.

Thomas Chappell

b. 1612, d. after 1665
     Thomas Chappell was born in 1612 at Gravesend, England.1 He died after 1665 at Charles City Co. Va.

Thomas Chappell sailed from Gravesend, England, 23 June 1635, on the ship America, William Barker, master, for the colony in Virginia. He was 23 years old when he sailed from England, as appears from the clearance papers of the ship and hence was born in 1612. That he was the son of Captain John Chappell, master of the Speedwell, there are good reasons to assume, although there is no positive proof to establish the correctness of this conclusion. The name "John" has been from the beginning the favorite Christian name in the Virginia branch through every succeeding generation, and when we remember that it has been an invariable custom among the Chappells always to perpetuate their family names, we must conclude that the evidence is at least persuave that young Thomas was a son of the old mariner.2

Child of Thomas Chappell and perhaps Mary Sarah Banister

Citations

  1. [S350] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell Revised, Page 50.
  2. [S350] Phil E. Chappell, Chappell Revised, page 50.

James Frank Wolfe Jr.

b. 26 June 1909, d. 5 March 1998
     James Frank Wolfe Jr. was born on 26 June 1909 at Nashville, Davidson Co., TN.1,2,3 He was the son of James Frank Wolfe and Mary Henry Sawyer. James Frank Wolfe Jr. was also known as Frank Wolfe Jr. He married Dorothy Louise Moore, daughter of Harry Claude Moore and Valera Mae Chappell, on 5 January 1929 at Rockwall Co., TX.4 James Frank Wolfe Jr. married Hyacinth Bynum.5 James Frank Wolfe Jr. died on 5 March 1998 at Houston, Harris Co., TX, at age 88.1,2 He was buried at Rose Hill Burial Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., OK.2

WOLFE J. Frank, Jr., a long time resident of Oklahoma City, passed away Thursday, March 5, in Houston, Texas at the age of 88. Frank was born June 26, 1909 in Nashville, Tennessee. While attending Southern Methodist University, he became a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. He subsequently went into the food brokerage business with his father and they founded the firm, J. Frank Wolfe & Son. The firm moved to Oklahoma City in 1934. When his father died in 1942, Frank took over the business and J. Frank Wolfe, Food Broker, operated for the next 40 years in Oklahoma City. His interest and love for the food brokerage business never declined and he remained active in consulting roles until the age of 83.

During all of his business life, he supported and participated in the Downtown Rotary Club 29, and was a member of Crown Heights United Methodist Church. Though not a musician, Frank loved popular music. He collected records and tapes and knew all the songs. He also loved sailboating, and was an accomplished private pilot, with his own airplane in the late 1940's. But more than anything, Frank was one of those rare people who was liked by everyone who came in contact with him. He was held in utmost respect by friends developed through both business and personal relationships. Frank was pre-deceased by his second wife, Hyacinth Bynum Wolfe, and is survived by his two children, J. Frank Wolfe, III of Houston, Texas and Mary Louise Ruck of Las Vegas, Nevada. He has five grandchildren, David Wolfe in Dallas, Texas, Karen Doyle in Kingwood, Texas, Carol Southern in Houston, Texas, James Germany in Denver, Colorado, and Jerry Germany in Las Vegas, Nevada. Frank also has seven great-grandchildren.

J. Frank Jr. and Louise M. were enumerated in the 1940 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., OK, federal census. He was the owner of a food brokerage age 30, she was 29. Childdren in the household were J. Frank III 6, and Mary Louise 5.

Citations

  1. [S182] Social Security Death Index (on-line), Ancestry.com, SSDI, Ancestry.com, SSAN 440-01-8564.
  2. [S807] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 20 August 2018), memorial page for James Frank Wolfe, Jr (26 Jun 1909–5 Mar 1998), Find A Grave Memorial no. 33036271, citing Rose Hill Burial Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, USA ; Maintained by Sharon Atkinson McClelland (contributor 46836997) .
  3. [S336] Ancestry.com, Tennessee, City Birth Records, 1881-1915.
  4. [S336] Ancestry.com, Texas, Select County Marriage Records, 1837-2015

    Rockwall County Clerk's Office; Rockwall, Texas; Rockwall County Marriage Records; Volumes: 12; Pages: 108.
  5. [S807] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 20 August 2018), memorial page for Hyacinth S Wolfe (4 Oct 1907–4 Aug 1986), Find A Grave Memorial no. 33036219, citing Rose Hill Burial Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, USA ; Maintained by Sharon Atkinson McClelland (contributor 46836997) .

George Woodward Jr.

b. 26 February 1907, d. 14 September 1985
     George Woodward Jr. was born on 26 February 1907 at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., OK. He married Dorothy Louise Moore, daughter of Harry Claude Moore and Valera Mae Chappell, on 29 December 1963 at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., OK. George Woodward Jr. died on 14 September 1985 at at Sea, Queen Elizabeth II, at age 78. He was buried at Fairlawn Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., OK.

Frank W. Danglade

     Frank W. Danglade married Valera Mae Chappell, daughter of Rev. Robert Thomas Chappell and Martha Louisa Thomason.

Lemuel Ellis Alsup

b. 1858, d. 1896
     Lemuel Ellis Alsup was born in 1858 at Tupelo, MS.1,2,3 He was the son of Franklin C. Alsup and Nancy E. Singleton. Lemuel Ellis Alsup married Annie Lee Carpenter, daughter of Thomas Fletcher Carpenter and Mary Malvina Lee. Lemuel Ellis Alsup died in 1896 at Galveston, Texas.3 He was buried at North Belton Cemetery, Belton, Bell Co., TX.3

Children of Lemuel Ellis Alsup and Annie Lee Carpenter

Citations

  1. [S39] 1920 Federal Census, unknown repository address.
  2. [S477] Zinn Tallie (Alsup) Norton, Birth Certificate 509070 (22 June 1942).
  3. [S807] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 12 February 2018), memorial page for Lemuel E. Alsup (1858–1896), Find A Grave Memorial no. 46359249, citing North Belton Cemetery, Belton, Bell County, Texas, USA ; Maintained by SFC Frank Irons Sr. Retired US Army 1977 (contributor 46510193) .

Annie Lee Carpenter

b. 4 July 1878, d. 27 December 1956
     Annie Lee Carpenter was born on 4 July 1878 at Belton, Bell Co., TX.1,2 She was the daughter of Thomas Fletcher Carpenter and Mary Malvina Lee. Annie Lee Carpenter married Lemuel Ellis Alsup, son of Franklin C. Alsup and Nancy E. Singleton. Annie Lee Carpenter died on 27 December 1956 at Austin, Travis Co., TX, at age 78.3 She was buried at North Belton Cemetery, Belton, Bell Co., TX.3

Annie was enumerated in the 1910 Belton, Bell Co., TX, federal census living in the household of her mother. She was 45; Nannie M. was 22, Z. Tallie was 20.

Children of Annie Lee Carpenter and Lemuel Ellis Alsup

Citations

  1. [S477] Zinn Tallie (Alsup) Norton, Birth Certificate 509070 (22 June 1942).
  2. [S362] 1880 Federal Census,.
  3. [S807] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 12 February 2018), memorial page for Annie Lee Carpenter Alsup (4 Jul 1878–27 Dec 1956), Find A Grave Memorial no. 28269818, citing North Belton Cemetery, Belton, Bell County, Texas, USA ; Maintained by Reba Alsup (contributor 46515710) .

Nannie Mae Alsup

b. 30 June 1891, d. 21 September 1972
     Nannie Mae Alsup also went by the name of Big Nan Alsup. She was born on 30 June 1891 at Temple, Bell Co., TX.1 She was the daughter of Lemuel Ellis Alsup and Annie Lee Carpenter. Nannie Mae Alsup married Jesse O. Yeargan. Nannie Mae Alsup died on 21 September 1972 at Houston, Harris Co., TX, at age 81.1,2 She was buried at Restland Memorial Park Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas Co., TX.2

Jess and Nannie M. were enumerated in the 1920 Dallas, Dallas Co., TX, federal census (ED 76, page 6A). He was 33, office manager of a furniture company; she was 28. Jess Jr. was the only child in the household, age 4 2/12. Mother-in-law Annie Alsup, age 49, was also in the household. In the 1910 census Nannie Mae had been 22.


Jess and Nan were enumerated in the 1930, Dallas, Dallas Co., TX, federal census (ED 91, page 29A). He was 43, secretary of a furnature company; she was 39. Children in the household were J.O. Jr. 14, and Billy 5. Mother-in-law Mrs. Annie Alsup, age 60, was also in the household.

Children of Nannie Mae Alsup and Jesse O. Yeargan

Citations

  1. [S182] Social Security Death Index (on-line), Ancestry.com, SSDI, Ancestry.com, SSAN 456-17-8584.
  2. [S807] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 12 February 2018), memorial page for Nannie Mae Alsup Yeargan (30 Jun 1888–21 Sep 1972), Find A Grave Memorial no. 47028083, citing Restland Memorial Park, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, USA ; Maintained by Reba Alsup (contributor 46515710) .
  3. [S388] 1930 Federal Census.
  4. [S182] Social Security Death Index (on-line), Ancestry.com, SSDI, Ancestry.com, SSAN 452-22-5141.

Thomas Fletcher Carpenter

b. 19 August 1842, d. 24 March 1909
     Thomas Fletcher Carpenter was born on 19 August 1842 at Simpson County, KY. He was the son of Rev. John Madison Carpenter and Elizabeth Horn. Thomas Fletcher Carpenter married Mary Malvina Lee, daughter of Edward Finch Lee and Rebecca Ann Taylor, on 6 September 1866. Thomas Fletcher Carpenter died on 24 March 1909 at Belton, Bell Co., TX, at age 66. He was buried at South Belton Cemetery, Belton, Bell Co., TX.1

"T.F." and "Mollie M." were enumerated in the 1880 District 1, Precinct 1, Bell Co., TX, federal census. He was a farmer age 37, she was 33. Children in the household were Annie Lee 12, Sallie 10, Mary R. 8, E. Ruth 6, Wm. Ben. 4, and Alma Browne 3.

From unmarked newspaper: "Thomas Fletcher Carpenter was the fourth son of Rev. John and Elizabeth Carpenter. "He was born in Simpson County, Kentucky, August 19, 1842, and died at this home near Belton, March 24, 1909. In 1852 he, with his parents, eight brothers and sisters and a large colony of other relatives and friends, eighty in number, came overland to the Lone Star State, to seek homes beneath her sunny skies. They settled in Bell County, four miles east of Belton, and to this home many a weary traveler made his way towards the close of day to spend the night, beneath their roof and enjoy their hospitality. "Here Mr. Carpenter grew to manhood and there he formed acquaintances and made true friends, that were his all through life, and many of them stood beside his bier when the last sad rites were performed. "He enlisted in the war in 1862, was in Company D, 21st Texas Cavalry. He was a brave soldier and remained in the service, fighting for Sunny southland he loved so dearly, until the close. When the war was over he went back to the old farm home and took up the daily pursuits of life.


On September 6th, 1866, he was married to Miss Mary Lee, daughter of Ed F. and Rebecca Lee, at their suburban home in Belton. This union was blessed with twelve children, ten of whom with their mother and grand children also one brother and three sisters, and a host of relatives survive him.


"Mr. Carpenter was a staunch Methodist and enjoyed the religion he professed. It was ever his greatest privilege and his keenest pleasure to work for the Master and attend the protracted camp meetings. Their home was always thrown open on these occasions. He and his noble wife would entertain all who came.


"Indeed this home is noted for its true Southern hospitality, it was during one of these meetings in 1882 that his conversion dates from. Long after the midnight hour, when all but he were sleeping soundly, the family and guests were awakened with shouts of praise and in that quiet country home, when all nature was at rest, when none but God was near, he gave himself to the God . . . . "

Child of Thomas Fletcher Carpenter and Mary Malvina Lee

Citations

  1. [S807] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 12 February 2018), memorial page for Pvt Thomas Fletcher Carpenter (1842–1909), Find A Grave Memorial no. 11017363, citing South Belton Cemetery, Belton, Bell County, Texas, USA ; Maintained by SFC Frank Irons Sr. Retired US Army 1977 (contributor 46510193) .

Mary Malvina Lee

b. 14 September 1847, d. 19 February 1932
     Mary Malvina Lee was born on 14 September 1847 at Franklin, Williamson Co., TN.1 She was the daughter of Edward Finch Lee and Rebecca Ann Taylor. Mary Malvina Lee married Thomas Fletcher Carpenter, son of Rev. John Madison Carpenter and Elizabeth Horn, on 6 September 1866. Mary Malvina Lee died on 19 February 1932 at Belton, Bell Co., TX, at age 84. She was buried at South Belton Cemetery, Belton, Bell Co., TX.2

Child of Mary Malvina Lee and Thomas Fletcher Carpenter

Citations

  1. [S363] 1910 Federal Census,.
  2. [S807] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 12 February 2018), memorial page for Mary M. Carpenter (14 Sep 1847–19 Feb 1932), Find A Grave Memorial no. 30892955, citing South Belton Cemetery, Belton, Bell County, Texas, USA ; Maintained by SFC Frank Irons Sr. Retired US Army 1977 (contributor 46510193) .