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Notes


Jacob Pigford Neatherlin

In 1906 in Portales, New Mexico he was charged with larceny and buying stolen property - a herd of horses. He was found guilty and served a three-year term in the New Mexico penitentiary system.

1900 Federal Census for Chaves County, New Mexico
1910 Federal Census for Cochise County, Arizona, listed with wife, Maude.


Silas Jehu Vickers

He was a stockman and raised both cattle and sheep.

1880 United States Census for Williamson, Texas
Family History Library Film 1255332 , NA Film Number T9-1332, Page Number 444B
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Silas VICKERS Self M Male W 52 O Farmer --- PA
Mary Jane VICKERS Wife M Female W 45 MS Keeping House LA AL
B. Jane VICKERS Dau S Female W 13 TX O MS
Robert E. L. VICKERS Son S Male W 11 TX O MS
Sarah C. VICKERS Dau S Female W 9 TX O MS
Lewis C. VICKERS Son S Male W 7 TX O MS
William S. VICKERS Son S Male W 5 TX O MS
Silas VICKERS Son S Male W 4 TX O MS
Green W. VICKERS Son S Male W 2 TX O MS
Giles N. VICKERS GSon S Male W 3 TX TX NC


Mary Jane Neatherlin

Research needed, no known connection:
1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Mary A. VICKERS Self W Female W 64 OH Keeping House NJ NJ
Charles VICKERS Son S Male W 23 OH Farmer MD OH
William VICKERS Son S Male W 18 OH Farmer MD OH
Jefferson, Madison, Ohio
Family History Library Film 1255045, NA Film Number T9-1045 , Page Number 368B


John F. Vickers

Another death date: 1879.


Carl Earl Vickers

Another name: Charles Earl Vickers.


John D. Landrum III

Another birth place: Spotsylvania County, Virginia.

Chatham Regimental Return made 23rd Sept. 1772 North Carolina

A List of a few Men on the Muster Role of Capt. ??? Harther's Company
Saml. Stewart, Lt
John Cook, Sergent
Thos. Campain
Charles Jones, Corporal
John Landrum
Benjamin Landrum
Henry Cook
Samul Hollady

In 1780 John was murdered by rioting settlers in Chatham County, North Carolina, over land controversy involving his father, John Landrum, Jr.. He was murdered by a man named Ephraim Alexander. His son, Thomas, murdered his father's killer, and he was tried and executed.


Mary (Landrum)

Another name: Caty unknown.


Thomas Landrum

Thomas was hanged for killing his father's killer.


Joseph Landrum Sr.

Another birth place: Essex County, Virginia or Chatham County, North Carolina.
Another death place: Warren County, Georgia.

In 1754 Joseph moved with his father's family to Orange (Chatham) County, North Carolina.

In 1774 Joseph moved to St. Paul's Parish (Warren County), Georgia, and whose nephew Thomas took refuge with him in 1785 from murder charges in North Carolina.

North Carolina records show the following land grants by Lord Granville to the Landrums: Grant # Grantee Date Acres Location 112 Joseph Landrum 12-24-1762 136 On Mill Creek


Mary Landrum

Research needed:
South Carolina Mag. of Ancestral Research, Vol 4, # 1-4 (1786-1856) - Marriages
L536 Landrum, Mary D151 and Davenport, George W. Jul 13 1843


James Landrum

Revolutionary war soldier-Capt. in the first Georgia Brigade, John Stewart's Regiment. He is included in a list of people entitled to reservations for life under a treaty between the United States and the Cherokee Nation, dated Feb.27, 1819. He may have married an Indian woman.


Timothy Landrum

Another birth place: Chatham County, North Carolina.


Jesse B. Landrum

“The Territorial Papers of the United States” Volume VI, The Territory of Mississippi, 1809-1817 PETITION TO CONGRESS BY PURCHASERS OF PUBLIC LANDS EAST OF PEARL RIVER
[No date, 1815] To the Honourable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress Assembled: the humble petition of certain purchasers of public lands east of Pearl River Respectfully Showeth. That when your petitioners made purchase of public lands,-they did believe that they purchased them under the simple condition of paying for them in certain instalments, and under the expectation that if they failed to make payment on the day appointed,-they would be liable, as in all similar contracts, to pay the interest on their instalments from the time they became due. Experience has sadly convinced your petitioners that the receivers of public monies, insist, on the part of the United States, not only upon the ordinary, simple, legal interest upon instalments not paid on the day,-but on a certain forfeiture or penalty, under the name of “back interest”, founded on the principle that on the failure of payment at the period appointed,-the government becomes entitled not only to interest from that time, but to interest from the very day of purchase;-thus raising a charge against the unfortunate purchaser,-not only of simple interest, but in some cases of even double or treble compound interest. Your petitioners can scarcely believe that this was ever the intention of the just and paternal government of the United States:-and they have a firm hope that the statement of the existing evil is alone sufficient to insure a remedy. Some of your petitioners had, perhaps, peculiar reason to deem the existing practice a severe one. They had purchased land, before they removed to the territory; and during the state of indian hostility it was impossible for an inhabitant of Georgia or Carolina to reach the land office in St Stephens with the instalment due:-and had they reached it; they would have found the doors of the office shut, and all kinds of civil business utterly suspended. Your petitioners therefore humbly hope that a law will pass for refunding what is called back interest, & forbidding its collection in future: and your petitioners as in duty bound &c <A few of the names with possible connections to B. J. Frost> Lovelace Mott William Landrum Jonah Mott Jesse B Landrum Mathew Hicks John Landrum John Cox Jas Lawson


Mary Polly Cook

Research needed to determine if these two Mary's are the same:
Census Year: 1850 State or Territory: SC County: Williamsburg Division: Williamsburgh District
Reel No: M432-860, Page No: 136B Referemce: Enumerated 31 Aug 1850 by I. Nelson. Handwritten page 272.
LN HN FN LAST FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
21 300 300 Landrum Mary 55 F 800 S. Carolina
22 300 300 Mills Mary 18 F S. Carolina X
23 300 300 Mills Elizabeth 15 F S. Carolina X
24 300 300 Mills Wesly 13 M S. Carolina X


Larkin Landrum

Research needed, no known connection:
1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Larkin LANDRUM Self W Male W 57 AL Stock Raiser GA GA
Rebecca LANDRUM Dau S Female W 17 TX Keeping House AL MEX
Juan SOCARO Other S Male W 18 MEX Servant MEX MEX
Census Place: Precinct 3, Presidio, Texas
Family History Library Film 1255323, NA Film Number T9-1323, Page Number 101B


John Landrum

Research needed, no known connection:
Census Year: 1850 for Williamsburg, South Carolina
Reel No: M432-860, Page No: 137B, Reference: Enumerated 3 Sep 1850 by I. Nelson. Handwritten page 274.
LN HN FN LAST FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
1 313 313 Cockfield Washington 33 M Farmer 3,500 S. Carolina
2 313 313 Landrum John 24 M Laborer S. Carolina X

Research needed, no known connection:
1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
John W. LANDRAM Self M Male W 56 VA Wagon Maker VA VA
Mary L. LANDRAM Wife M Female W 54 VA Keeping House VA VA
Henry C. LANDRAM Son S Male W 19 VA Farmer VA VA
Sarah M. LANDRAM Dau S Female W 23 VA At Home VA VA
Rosa B. LANDRAM Dau S Female W 13 VA At Home VA VA
Irene P. LANDRAM Other S Female W 9 VA VA VA
Annie AYCOCK Other Female W 18 TX At Home GA MS
Fannie DOWNER SisterL S Female W 49 VA At Home VA VA
Census Place: E.D. 135, Spotsylvania, Virginia
Family History Library Film 1255391, NA Film Number T9-1391, Page Number 362D

Research needed, Larkin lives next door, probably John's son:
1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Larkin W. LANDRUM Self M Male W 32 VA Wagon Maker VA VA
E. J. LANDRUM Wife M Female W 33 VA Keeping House VA VA
C. J. LANDRUM Other S Male W 30 VA Wagon Maker VA VA
E. G. FARISH Other S Male W 27 VA Farmer VA VA
Census Place: E.D. 135, Spotsylvania, Virginia
Family History Library Film 1255391, NA Film Number T9-1391, Page Number 362C


W. P. Taylor

Research needed: William Taylor married Mrs. Nancy Byrd on November 23, 1852 in Union Parish, Louisiana.

Research needed, no known connection:
1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Washington TAYLOR Self M Male W 70 SC Farmer SC SC
Nancy E. TAYLOR Wife M Female W 46 SC Keeping House SC SC
Emly SUMMERS GDau S Female W 2 SC SC SC
Rosalee SAUDERUNG Other S Female W 14 SC SC SC
Emery HAWKINS Other S Male W 27 SC Farm Laborer SC SC
Census Place Oneal, Greenville, South Carolina
Family History Library Film 1255231, NA Film Number T9-1231 , Page Number 273A


James Manuel Taylor

Research needed, no known connection:
1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Mathew W. TAYLOR Self M Male W 28 LA Farmer GA GA
Sallie A. TAYLOR Wife M Female W 24 LA House Keeper --- ---
Joe B. TAYLOR Son S Male W 6 LA At Home LA LA
Jane TAYLOR Dau S Female W 5 LA At Home LA LA
Ollie TAYLOR Son S Male W 1 LA At Home LA LA
James TAYLOR Brother S Male W 18 LA Cropper --- ---
Census Place: 1st Ward, Union, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254473, NA Film Number T9-0473 , Page Number 399B

Research needed, no known connection:
1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
William C.C. SMITH Self M Male W 32 LA Farmer TN GA
Mary H. SMITH Wife M Female W 25 LA Housekeeper --- ---
James H. SMITH Son S Male W 4 LA LA LA
Mary E. SMITH Dau S Female W 2 LA LA LA
Margret SMITH Dau S Female W 3M LA LA LA
Columbus CARSON Other S Male W 18 LA Cropper-Laborer SCOT. ENG.
James TAYLOR Other S Male W 19 LA Cropper-Laborer --- ---
Census Place: 1st Ward, Union, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254473, NA Film Number T9-0473 , Page Number 410D