|MACKLIN / DILBERT
||Am seeking information on Arnold Macklin Family. He was formerly Arnold
Dilbert. He married Joyce A. McLaughlin and had 5 children. He passed away
in Beaufort in June of '87. Any and all information would be appreciated
||Seeking Information on my GGGreatGrsndfather James Martin
born 1775 in Ireland arrived in SC in 1794.Married Elizabeth??, in 1794,
also born 1775 in Ireland, these children born in SC William 1795 Robert
1798 and Mary 1800 Elizabeth 1805 Margaret 1807 before moving to Lincoln
County Tennessee. Need Elizabeth surname, and if possible from where in Ireland
they arrived from.. Three children born in Lincoln County, Tenn. before family
moved in 1820 to St. Clair County, Alabama acquireing land in Jefferson County,
Alabama. James Martin died 1849 in Jefferson county, Alabama
(4/8/00 11:47:40 AM)
||Seek info on ancestors of my gggreat grandfather Edward Martin,
born July 22, 1780, married Jan.5, 1804 Frances Holmes (born July 28,
1788 in Ireland). Family records state that they came from Beaufort District
SC. Census records indicate they & 5 children (4 boys & 1 girl)came
to Franklin Co. Tn. around 1813 to 1816. 320 acres of land was purchased
in Franklin Co. Tn in the names of Robert, James, and Edward Martin on May
31, 1816. Any info appreciated. (2/14/00 7:28:05
A. Martin Jr.
||Searching for ancestors of Abraham Martin 09/04/1797-07/28/1852.
site here - off site 14 July 2001
||Looking for MARTIN's in Beaufort, SC. Emanuel MARTIN (b.1905) marriedVergie
??. They had 11 children: Sons: David MARTIN; Vernon MARTIN; William MARTIN;
Manuel MARTIN Jr. (b.1945); Daughters; Daisey MARTIN; Ella MARTIN; Hattie
MARTIN; Mary Lou MARTIN; Delois MARTIN; Carolyn MARTIN; Gloria MARTIN.
This is all the information that I have on this family line. If anything
can be found I'd really appreciate it, or if someone can recommend what my
next step should be. Victoria 2 August 2002
||Anna (Anderson) MARVIN is shown on the 1800 Census of Beaufort
County. She was the wife of Dr. Joseph Marvin. Any info appreciated
(11/28/97 9:24:20 AM)
|MARVIN & BIRD
||Searching for Marvin and Bird Families. Marvins were known to be in area
around 1800. 15 April 2002
||Who was the William Maybray who bought land in 1785 Beaufort
Dist. SC? Where was this land located? ("On 21 January 1785 WILLIAM MABRY
bought 640 acres in Beaufort Dist. on the waters of Savannah River bounding
David Soper,Tomas Stafford, Hezekiah Davis, & Coll. Benjamin Garden.
Plat dated 11 August 1784. (S.C. State Grants, Vol. 4, p. 475.)") Who was
his wife? I am searching for parents of Eaton Mabry b.ca. 1779 NC m. Ursula
Young b. ca. 1800 SC. Eaton Mabry was connected to Dudley ,Bartholomew, Delilah
and possibly Reuben Mabry. Were Eaton's father the above Wm. Maybray and
mother possibly Delilah? Eaton Mabry was in Edgefield, Laurens, Abbeville,
SC, Shelby Co., AL and Chickasaw Co., MS. How was William Maybray connected
to his neighbors mentioned above? Any information will be appreciated.
(9/28/98 6:15:09 PM)
||Willis R. McCabe died in Hilton Head on February 22, 2000. I need someone
to get an obit for me. Is there anyone out there who will do this lookup?
Thanks for your time. 15 April 2002
||From a short biography given to me by my great grandmother,
I am led to believe my ancestor, Thomas McGinnis lived with his wife Martha
(nee Nichols) in Beaufort sometime between 1860-1880 and both died there
sometime after 1870. His son James moved to GA after their death. Does anyone
have any information at all on this name? (3/31/99
||I am searching for the MCKEE and FLYNN/FLINN Family of St.
Helena Parish, Beaufort, South Carolina. Rebecca McKee married Richard Thorp
KEATING. Charles FLYNN who married Catherine Green dau. of William Green.
||I am searching for my great great grandfather John Edward McKenzie. He
is listed in the US 1860 census as having been born in 1813 in St Lukes
Parish,Beauforf ,SC and died 1896, buried at Beaver Dam Baptist Church near
Gillisonville, SC. On another site, FamilySearch.Org he is born in Scotland
but I have no immigration info. He was married to Rachel Tuten. 21
||Mary Ellen McKenzie
||Seek info on Joseph McKnight family of Lady's Island, and Johnny (Johnnie
?)McKnight & Phoebe Mitchell McKnight. My great-grandmother's mother's
name was Dolly Mitchell. if you have any more information on these people
please contact me. 14 July 2001
||Looking for Miles's family researcher, John miles b. 8/6/1811, No known
indian attacks between 1811-1820 in S.C.? Need to know if any Miles researcher
has come across a family story about a Miles' farm in N.C. being attacked
by indians? John was supposedly only survivor, 6 or 8 yrs. of age at the
time. Any ties to Appling Co., Ga. or surnames Deen, Hall, Kemp and Smith.
15 March 2001
||hey i am looking for infromation on the family of my great
grandmothers family. her name was florence mock she was born in grays in
the late 1800's she died in 1978. i am tring to do a family tree but i am
at a dead end..i would reallly love to find out more about her.she had a
con which is my grand father ben mock he married joyce thomas from fla. they
have 4 chldren living and 1 who died in 1980. please any info would be a
great help (4/8/00 11:50:47 AM)
||My g,g,g grandfather , William Page Molett, was born in Beaufort in 1789.
He was related to Major William Page and Hannah Timmons who moved to Retreat
Plantation on St Simmons Island, Ga but I dont know how. According
to the book, ANNA, he was a cousin on the Timmons side. There
was an Elizabeth Molett listed as head of household in 1800 Beaufort census
and her property joined Thomas Timmons. There was also a Mr.-----Molett who
residents wanted for the Ferry operator for Port Royal. W. P. Molett married
Margaret Ann Ulmer of Beaufort in 1813 and they moved to the new territory
of Dallas County, Alabama in 1817. I have much information about her ancestors
but nothing about the Moletts or his Timmons connection. Can anyone help?
16 Jan. 2010
||My namesake and uncle ,Harold Miller Moffitt, is buried at Old Sheldon.
The gravestone on top is BABY. He died in 1917 after a bout with malaria
I think. I need as much information as possible concerning this person and
ancestors. 23 March 2005
||Harold William Moffitt
||Looking for the parents of William Frederick Mole, b. 1822
in the "old Beaufort district" of SC. He married Mary Ann Breland and they
had 4 children: Theodore Franklin, m. Susan Billy Pricher; John William,
m. Alice Lightsey; Mary Jessie, m. Dr. (unknown) Whatley and Edgar C., m.
Alice Rabb. William died in 1896. (2/7/99 5:56:11
||One of my great grandfathers, Mathew Fender married a Catherine
Mole (Mule) from Beaufort about 1780. He was from Barnwell. Would like to
hear from any Mole family that had relatives in this area in this time frame.
(9/28/98 6:10:42 PM)
||I am looking for information about Jacob Moles who arrived in Beaufort
in the 1700s. 17 Nov. 2004
||J. Moles Hofer
||William Page Molette B. ABt 1787. married Margaret Ann Ulmer
b.1896. Both are noted as birthplace Beaufort Co. SC moved to Dallas County
AL (indicated on 1860 census) One son John Ulmer Molette was also born in
SC (assume Beaufort Co.) Would like to find William's parents name and any
siblings. (only info I have one Molette is indication that it is french)
Other information for Margaret is she was daughter of John Capt. Ulmer (SC)
son of Adam Ulmer. (4/12/97)
|MONGIN Mungin, Monaghn
||I am looking for the MONGIN (Mungin, Monaghn) Family Bible. My
gg grandfather was David Smith born in SC in 1836, then moved to Georgia.
He married Nancy Ann Lamb, da of Joseph "Josey" Lamb. Per entries on the
Ancestry.com web pages he was son of James Smith who married Catherine Mongin.
We have been searching for the family of David for many years. This entry
found, now I can't find out where the bible is or even get copies. 5 Nov.
||1850 -60 & 70 Census Reports : John Moore was a merchant and postmaster
in Gillisonville S.C. Surnames connecting to the Moore line thru marriage
are , Adler , Harvey , Ruth & Tillinghast 13 Jan. 2001
||Looking for ancestry of William and Samuel MOORE who are listed in Beaufort
1790 census. William was b. Oct 10, 1756. He and son Joel sold property in
1821 and moved to Illinois. Samuel MOORE disappeared from the SC census
after 1790. His probable widow is on the 1800 census with dau 16-26. Both
men were listed in census next to each other. Does anyone have any information
on these early Moores? 23 March 2005
||Looking for info on Lewis Morgan. Married a miss Gardner of
SC about 1767.Moved to Ga. prior to 1783, most probably Effingham Co. His
father or possibly grandfather was John Morgan, which died in SC, in 1695
(4/21/99 9:10:52 PM)
||I have a patron looking for any information on a Morton Plantation in
Beaufort, SC. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, Lalia
J Jagers Reference Services Specialist Campbell County Public Library Gillette,
WY 82718 July 2006
||Lalia J Jagers
||My great grandfather, Morris Mostowitz (aka Mostohwitz,
Mostrowitz) came to Charleston from somewhere in New York State c. 1879 with
his family, consisting then of his wife, nee Etta Samelnik (aka Henrietta
Sams), and their young sons Barney, Daniel, and Benjamin. Daniel died 12/23/1895
age 17. He is believed to have been buried at K.K. Beth Elohim in Charleston,
but no grave stone has been found. I believe Benjamin must have died young
as well and been buried either in Charleston or Savannah. They lived at 60
Tradd Street and then at 21 Gadsden Street in Charleston during 1879-80.
A fourth brother, Israel, was born in May 1880, and later that year the family
probably moved to Beaufort County (possibly Keins Neck), where they lived
until circa 1900. Morris is thought to have been in the feed and grain business
in Beaufort; he also had a general store in Colleton County, a bakery and
a grocery store in Charleston. My grandfather, Barney Mostowitz, married
his cousin, Ida Schultze, in 1892 in Charleston, and they also resided in
Beaufort (in Yemasee Township) until shortly after the Census of 1900. Their
first child, Henry (Harry), died 1/18/1896 at age 3 and is believed to have
been buried at K.K. Beth Elohim; again, no grave stone has been found. Also,
Mendel Sams (aka Samelnik), a young cousin of both Barney and Ida, died in
infancy in Beaufort c. 1891 and is probably buried in Charleston or Savannah.
Any information on this family will be greatly appreciated. Revised 24 January
||Seeking information on the family of Jesse Mount for whom
the Jesse Mount House in Savannah is named. Jesse and his family were in
Beaufort in the late 1700,s and are buried at a Baptist Church (maybe First
Baptist) in Beaufort, I am told. (6/4/99 2:25:18
||HENRY MEYER b. 14 June 1792 , died 28 May 1828. Also, Henry's son LITTLEBERRY
MEYER b. 30 Dec. 1813, who married SARAH JANE FORRESTER b. 25 Feb. 1815.
Their marriage date was 26 Oct. 1842. 12 April 2001.
||I seek info on the Mulligan family in old Beaufort District? Some
of them were located northeast of present-day Hampton at "Mulligan Ford"
along what is now U.S. 601. Others of the Mulligans lived along Two Sisters
Ferry Road at or near Stafford's Crossroads. Then, Mary E. Mulligan acquired
the "Mulberry Grove" plantation of General Alex. R. Lawton in the Black Swamp
/ Robertville / Pineville area. Another cousin of mine is also related
to the above Reddicks and is descended from the Mulligans who lived in what
is now Hampton County. Mar. 2007
|| Dale E. Reddick