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William Ernest Savage

Year: 1920 State: Louisiana County: Union ED: 125 Sheet No: 246B Reel No: T625-632 Division: Police Jury Ward Two SD: 2 Page No: 23A Enumerated on: February 9th, 1920 by: King O. Lankford, Stree house 408 Dwell famil 418
Line Name Relation S Co Age M Sch Rea Wri Birth Father Mother E Trade Industry Em
1 Savage Ernest Head M W 44 M Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | Y | Farmer General Farming OA | 397
2 Savage Ruby Wife F W 37 M Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | Y | None
3 Savage Clifton Son M W 15 S Yes Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | Y | None
4 Savage Glynn Son M W 13 S Yes Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | Y | None
5 Savage Iris Dau F W 11 S Yes Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | Y | None
6 Savage Jerid E. Son M W 10 S Yes Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | Y | None
7 Savage Mabry Son M W 7 S Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | | None
8 Savage Rucie Dau F W 5 S Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | | None
9 Savage Miama Dau F W 3 & 1 mo. S Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | | None
10 Savage Laverne Son M W 5 mo. S Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | | None


Thomas Landrum Sr.

Another name: William Thomas Landrum, b 1727, d 1785.

DAR Patriot Index, Centenniel Edition, Part II -1994. Landrum, Thomas: born: abt 1730 in Virginia, died March 7, 1814 in Georgia, married: Mary---- Patriotic Service in Virginia
Thomas lived in Orange County, Virginia.
He is mentioned in the " The Scotch Irish Settlement in Virginia. He is listed as a witness and as an appraiser in various court records.

Thomas' son Thomas, Jr. (1759-1833), served as a private in the Revolutionary War, lived in Orange County, Virginia at least until 1786 and later moved to Oglethorpe County, Georgia about 1803. Prominent descendants include Leonidas Mell Landrum, Superintendent of the Atlanta Public Schools and Rep. Philip M. Landrum.

INDEX TO TERRELL TRAILS VOLUMES I --X
LAND GRANTS, OBSCURE FILE IN NATIONAL ARCHIVES; Article; 781 LANDRUM, A J HOPKINS; Mrs.; 257
LANDRUM, Amos Wilson Smith; Mr.; 256; 257
LANDRUM, Andrew Jackson; Mr.; 256; 257
LANDRUM, Annie Cleo; Miss; 256; 257
LANDRUM, Arril Odell; Miss; 256
LANDRUM, Avy Jane BLACKSTONE; Mrs.; 256; 257
LANDRUM, Benjamin Franklin; Mr.; 73
LANDRUM, C Alice T WILLIS; Mrs.; 257
LANDRUM, Celester; Miss; 256; 257
LANDRUM, Charles E; Mr.; 73
LANDRUM, Daniel; Mr.; 682
LANDRUM, David Dixon; Mr.; 73
LANDRUM, Dorcas; Miss; 73
LANDRUM, E Nelson; M/M; 257
LANDRUM, Elizabeth; Miss; 73
LANDRUM, Elizabeth WOODALL; Mrs.; 73
LANDRUM, Elizabeth Cornelia MOORE; Mrs.; 257
LANDRUM, Ella Gertrude IRELAND; Mrs.; 257
LANDRUM, Emma BRASEWELL; Mrs.; 257
LANDRUM, Francis Christopher; Mr.; 256; 257
LANDRUM, Frank William; Mr.; 256; 257
LANDRUM, Georgia; Miss; 257
LANDRUM, Henry Patrick; Mr.; 256; 257
LANDRUM, Hiram Terrill; Mr.; 73
LANDRUM, Howard Wesley; Mr.; 256; 257
LANDRUM, J L; Mr.; 134
LANDRUM, James; Bible Record; 256
LANDRUM, James; Mr.; 23; 73; 218; 256; 257
LANDRUM, James A; Mr.; 682
LANDRUM, James Desdendants; Article; 256
LANDRUM, James Francis; Mr.; 257
LANDRUM, James Hugh; Mr.; 256
LANDRUM, James Lumpkin `Lump'; Mr.; 256; 257
LANDRUM, James R; Mr.; 782
LANDRUM, Jane; Mrs.; 134
LANDRUM, Jemima; Miss; 73
LANDRUM, John; Mr.; 22; 256; 257
LANDRUM, John H; Mr.; 73
LANDRUM, John William David; Mr.; 256; 257
LANDRUM, Joseph Bennett; Mr.; 256; 257
LANDRUM, Katy Lou; Miss; 256
LANDRUM, Laura Ethel; Miss; 256
LANDRUM, Lester MITCHELL; Mrs.; 257
LANDRUM, Leweler/Louella Jane; Miss; 256; 257
LANDRUM, Lilla May~; Miss; 256
LANDRUM, Lizzie; Mrs.; 134
LANDRUM, Luke Thomas; Mr.; 256; 257
LANDRUM, Mary; Miss; 682
LANDRUM, Mary; Mrs.; 22
LANDRUM, Mary BERRY; Mrs.; 73
LANDRUM, Mary Ann Clifton; Miss; 256; 257
LANDRUM, Mary Martha HAMBRICK; Mrs.; 133; 217; 256; 257
LANDRUM, Nannie; Miss; 73
LANDRUM, Nora Lester; Miss; 256
LANDRUM, Rachel; Miss; 73
LANDRUM, Ralph Jerome; Mr.; 256; 257
LANDRUM, Rebecca; Miss; 73
LANDRUM, Rebecca DUNCAN; Mrs.; 73
LANDRUM, Ruth PROCTOR; Mrs.; 73
LANDRUM, Sorena F POPE; Mrs.; 257
LANDRUM, Susan CRUTCHFIELD; Mrs.; 73
LANDRUM, T W D; Mr.; 134
LANDRUM, Thomas C; Mr.; 257
LANDRUM, Thomas Canollier; Mr.; 256; 257
LANDRUM, W M; Mr.; 785
LANDRUM, Wilda; Miss; 257
LANDRUM, William; Mr.; 785
LANDRUM, William A; Mr.; 682


Reuben Sylvanus Landrum

Research needed, no known connection:
1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Ruben S. LANDRUM Self M Male W 43 KY Farmer KY KY
Maletha J. LANDRUM Wife M Female W 34 KY Keeping House KY KY
Joseph L. LANDRUM Son S Male W 8 KY KY KY
Edward P. LANDRUM Son S Male W 6 KY KY KY
William B. LANDRUM Son S Male W 4 KY KY KY
Sam'l T. LANDRUM Son S Male W 2 KY KY KY
Thomas T. LANDRUM Son S Male W 5M KY KY KY
Census Place Troublesome, Breathitt, Kentucky
Family History Library Film 1254405, NA Film Number T9-0405, Page Number 640A

Research needed, no known connection, different last name spelling:
1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Ruben S. LANDRAM Self S Male W 63 VA Farmer VA VA
Mariah P. LANDRAM Dau S Female W 27 KY K. House VA VA
Edward G. LANDRAM Son S Male W 20 MO Works On Farm VA VA
Ruben S. LANDRAM Son S Male W 19 MO Works On Farm VA VA
Census Place: Salisbury, Chariton, Missouri
Family History Library Film 1254680, NA Film Number T9-0680, Page Number 389D

Research needed, living next door, possibly a son of Reuben's:
1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Charles B. LANDRAM Self M Male W 30 KY Farmer VA KY
Della LANDRAM Wife M Female W 20 MO K. House MO MO
Linn B. LANDRAM Son S Male W 1 MO KY MO
Census Place Salisbury, Chariton, Missouri
Family History Library Film 1254680, NA Film Number T9-0680, Page Number 389D


Samuel B. Landrum

Another place of birth/death location: Orange County, Virginaia?

Chatham Regimental Return made 23rd Sept. 1772
A List of Men on the Muster Role of Capt. John Birdsong's Company
Edwd. Waddell, Lieut. John McFerson Jr. Geo. Flannagin
Saml. Landrum, Insign John Griffin John Roc Jun.
Richd. Griffin Elijah Feke (?) Reuben Landum

'Letter from Dr Wm Mann, JR MD, Warren State Hospital, Warren PA, to Mr Samuel B Landrum, Jefferson Amusement Co, INc., PO Box 3191, Beaumont Texas', April 8, 1964, Property of Mary Chaffin,. "The identification of Francis DRAKE who died 1794 in Union Co, S.C., as Francis DRAKE of Chatham Co.,NC make is it possible to further identify this Francis. The records in Halifax Co, (Edgecombe) NC show that Francis DRAKE first lived there and moved to Chatham about 1769"

Research needed, last name different by one letter:
Page Num. 42, Colony of South Carolina, Compiled by: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. Records of 1716 to 1783
L Name F Name Date County St Type Township
LANDOUM , Samuel 1779 Colony, SC Resident Old 96th DISTRICT


Thomas S. Landrum

Another birth date: 1821.

He lived in Jones County, Mississippi in 1860.

The Landrums and the "Free State of Jones"
Much of Jones County, Mississippi and the Landrum's were against Secession because it was viewed by small farmers of the County as the slaveowners' war.

Many Jones County men avoided the service until the draft was instituted, and many deserted. A large number deserted in disgust after the Confederacy released owners of 20 or more slaves to return to oversee their plantations. The pine woods of Jones County were filled with roving bands of deserters, and the Confederate army was send in an unsuccessful attempt to capture them. Although apparently not literally true, legend states that Jones County seceded from the Confederacy and became the "Free State of Jones".

A "Captain Landrum" fought with Newt Knight's band of Union guerillas in Jones County. Linson Landrum and his brother Thomas deserted th Confederate Army and later went to New Orleans where they joined the Union Army. Linson's brother Henry Marshall Landrum even took the bold step of naming a son after Union General Ulysses S. Grant in 1864. After the Civil War, Jones Countians for a time changed the name of the County and the City of Ellisville to hide their shame.

Thomas moved to New Orleans where his wife and most of his children died of smallpox in 1865. Since the Landrums were known to be sympathetic to the Union, and New Orleans was under Union control later in the War, it is likely they moved there for political reasons.

To join Thomas was also likely the reason that Linson Landrum went to New Orleans after deserting the Confederate Army and taking the loyalty oath, and it is likely that Linson also died of smallpox. After the war, Thomas returned to Wayne County, Mississippi and remarried, He later moved to Sabine Parish, Louisiana.

1880 United States Census for Toro, Sabine, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254467, NA Film Number T9-0467 , Page Number 247A
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Thomas LANDRUM Self M Male W 67 MS Farmer GA GA
Martha J. LANDRUM Wife M Female W 40 GA Keeping House GA GA
Sarah LANDRUM Dau S Female W 17 MS At Home MS GA
Thomas LANDRUM Son S Male W 11 MS At Home MS GA
Martha LANDRUM Dau S Female W 9 MS MS GA
Roxy An LANDRUM Dau S Female W 7 MS MS GA
Marcelete LANDRUM Dau S Female W 5 LA MS GA
Alice LANDRUM Dau S Female W 3 LA MS GA
Alfred BRITT SSon S Male W 16 MS Laborer GA MS
John BRITT SSon S Male W 15 MS Laborer GA MS


A. J. Landrum

Research needed to see if there is a connection:
Noxubee County, Mississippi Slave Schedule - 1860 Census (number next to name is number of slaves owned--names are listed in order of appearance in the 1860 Census)
DISTRICT 5
A. J. Landrum, 11 slaves
John Landrum, 11

Research needed:
Ouachita Parish, Louisiana Marriage Records has the following entry:
A. J. Landrum and Laura Young applied on January 7, 1886.
Landrum, Alen J. and Fannie Pierce July 21, 1896 J 421


Henry Marshell Landrum Jr.

In 1860 lived in Jones County, Mississippi.

Land Patent - Mississippi 159.94 acres
S½SW 24/ 7-N 11-W No St Stephens MS Jones
NENW 25/ 7-N 11-W No St Stephens MS Jones
NWNE 25/ 7-N 11-W No St Stephens MS Jones

Must have been a fervent Unionist since naming a son after the Union Army commander is a radical step in any war.

1880 United States Census for Southeast, Jones, Mississippi
Family History Library Film 1254651, NA Film Number T9-0651 , Page Number 334B
Household:
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
H. M. LANDRUM Self M Male W 53 MS Farmer MS MS
Cyntha LANDRUM Wife M Female W 45 MS House Keeper MS MS
M. K. EASTERLING Dau M Female W 24 MS House Keeper MS MS
R. R. Son S Male W 20 MS Field Hand MS MS
U. G. Son S Male W 16 MS Field Hand MS MS
Z. A. Dau S Female W 13 MS Field Hand MS MS
C. B. EASTERLING GDau S Female W 3 MS At Home MS MS


Cynthia Pate

1880 United States Census for Southeast, Jones, Mississippi
Family History Library Film 1254651, NA Film Number T9-0651 , Page Number 334B
Household:
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
H. M. LANDRUM Self M Male W 53 MS Farmer MS MS
Cyntha LANDRUM Wife M Female W 45 MS House Keeper MS MS