||Francis Jalineau, SC, Beaufort District Location: "9th Ward
New York" page 036 in 1820 census age 45 in 1820. Would like to learn more
about this person, as he is a possible sibling to my gggg-grandfather. Any
information will be accepted gratefully. Will exchange offer to search Canadian
records for anyone who might offer to look-up information in Beaufort District.
Would like to find naturalization record for this person.
||Anza JAUDON (Beaufort District) +George Washington BERRY
(Berryville,Effingham County Georgia). JAUDON, Anza,(Huguenot line
from Daniel Jaudon, Charlestown,SC) b. 3-05-1841 Beaufort District,d. 10-01-1894
(?), m. 7-17-183-12-1860 in Savannah, George Washington BERRY. Would like
detailed info on Anza:born where in District;baptized date/location;etc.
Will exchange info ;Huguenot connections to Roberts of Robertsville,et
al and Salzburgers, Ebenezer,Effingham Co. Ga. thru the Berry,Reiser,Metzger,et
al lines. 5 Nov. 2002
||Thomas Jones Jeffords and his wife Elizabeth Winningham (need Proof)
were living in Bluffton when the first child William Henry Jeffords was born
in 1855, and their second son, Julius Samuel LaLare Jeffords was born in
1857. Two additional children were born in Bluffton, Sarah Ella in 1859 and
Frances Harriett in 1862. The family moved back to Charleston where Thomas
enlisted in the Carolina 11th. Any information on this familiy appreciated.
||JOHN L. WHITNEY
||Seeking information on Micah Jenkins born about 1795 on Edisto
Island, SC. date of death and place unknown. He married Martha Jenkins his
first cousin in 1817. She was born in 1796 and died Jan. 29, 1857 and is
buried at Sheldon Church. Micah owned a plantation on Mackays Point next
to his sister Abagail Mackay. Both were destroyed in the Battle of Pocotaligo.
The land was sold at a sheriffs auction in 1882 or 83 or a Mrs. Richardson
for $100. Micah Sr. was no longer alive at that time. His sons Richard, Miach
and Benjamin were Ann and Elizabeth Grimball who married Isaac Grimball.
Sarah married John Laroche, Ann and Richard never married. Micah Jr. married
Eloise Tucker Green and died in Brunson SC between 1889 and 93. I am also
looking for more information on him He was in the Beaufort Volunteer Artillery.
He was born in 1836 on Edisto Island. Any information on either of the Micah's
or Benjamin or for that matter the family would be greatly appreciated.
||I'm doing family research and am seeking any information possible on
Charles Jones Jenkins, who was born in Beaufort county around 1806. He
subsequently became governor of Georgia in the 1860s. 7 Oct. 2001
||Looking for info on Jeremiah Johns b. 18 Nov 1788 Beaufort,
SC. Moved to Ga, then Fl by 1830's. Married twice. First wife unknown. Children:
John Corelus, Levi, Fatima, Hezekiah, Rosetta, Nathan, William Riley, Matthewm,
Martha, and Jeremiah. Would like any information on first wife, parents,
etc. (11/2/97 11:58:36 AM)
||am looking for information on Malekiah (Malaki, mallichi) Johns, b about
1822 in South Carolina, probably Beaufort County. He was in Georgia by 1842
when he married Margaret Nettles in Liberty County, Georgia. Any information
appreciated. 29 August 2004
||Samuel and Anna(maiden name unknown)Johnson were given land
(abt 1865) from the Deveau Plantation located in Sheldon (Pocataligo). Any
information on the Deveau Plantation and siblings of Samuel Johnson would
be appreciated. Can someone direct me as to where can I obtain information
on the Sheldon area and its inhabitants. This area is where the old bus stop
use to be. (3/14/99 5:08:47 PM)
||JOHNSON-Looking for decendents of siblings of Mary Whaley
Johnson, born April 10, 1815, Beaufort S.C. died April 10, 1845. Mary Whaley
was the daughter of William Johnson, b. Jan 22, 1782 , died April, 8, \1850
and Elizabeth Whaley, b. 1783 Edisto Island S.C. and died Dec. 21, 1838,
Beaufort S.C. 5 May 2001
||Looking for information on a Jonas Johnson. His wife was name Jannie.
I believe they had children named Andrew, Joe, Lizzie, Susie, Emma and
Chance Johnson. They lived in Bluffton, South Carolina. 5
||In search of information on a John A. Johnson, my great grandfather,
who married Mary Elizabeth Cooke, all from Beaufort Co., My great grandfather
supposedly died from injuries of the War, his widow grieved herself to death,
and their son, John A. Johnson was taken in my Thomas and Sarah Olivia Rushing.
Sarah Olivia and Mary Elizabeth were sisters. Any information would be
appreciated. 23 Sept. 2003
||Tom and Betsy Johnson
||I am researching JOHNSON's of Bluffton(Beaufort County), South
Carolina.Particulary, Jonas Johnson & Tricy Johnson according to 1880
Census. Anyone having information on these families please contact me. 23
||Does anyone have access to an 1850 Census of Beaufort? I believe
there is Comfort Jones listed and I need badly to find out how she is listed?
Thanks for the aid! (12/5/99 6:02:32 PM)
||Searching for information on Thomas Jones who died in Beaufort
District in 1778 and Elizabeth Larkin Jones who died in 1780.They had two
daughters and three sons. Only child I have name is Lewis Jones, son who
moved to Blount Co.Tennessee. (8/9/98 10:58:48
||Looking for information on Henry Alexander Jones who married
Issabella Grayson, she was daugter of Robert Verdier. Henry Alexaner Jones
was my 4th great-grandfather. My father, Col. Henry Alexander Jones, is buried
in Beaufort National Cemetary. (3/31/99 12:14:40
||Jones, James Bradley born 1807 in S.C. reportedly near Beaufort,S.C.
My Great-Great-Grandfather. 29 June 2004
||am looking for information on Jonh B. Jones, Esq. of St. Peter's Parish,
Beaufort District, S.C. I have very little information other than his name,
his wife's, Hester Pamela, and his daughters. Captain Jones received land
grants around Purrysburg, S. C. I would appreciate any information
out there about him or his family. 29 Aug. 2004
||Jones...William and Richard listed in 1790 census were FPOC. William
Jones was my great-great-great-great grandfather and Richard was his brother.
I have found records indicating that they may have migrated from Elizabeth
Township, NJ around 1783.I am looking others researching these two
brothers.FYI...Beaufort County had a large community of FPOC who intermarried.
My relatives are members of the Jones, Bing, Primus, Orr and Lawton families.
||Looking for information on Timothy T. Joyner born about 1854,
his father was William S. Joyner, Timothy married Carrie P. Whaley daughter
of James E. Whaley and Jessie Randolph, known children of Timothy and Carrie
: William S., Sarah and John James Joyner. Timothy had a sister Irene who
married a Gregg and lived in Summerville, SC. record show that Timothy was
from the Beaufort area, he father is buried in Summerville Cemetery (Magnolia).
Thanks. Ben (4/15/98 9:32:11 PM)
|| I am interested in knowing if there are any Joyner's in Beaufort
County, SC. I am Specifically interested in the family of William Howlett
Joyner. He was my great, great, great great grandfather, but I am not sure
where he came form. I appreciate any help on this! 29 August