Thomas ALLANSON b. ca. 1637/8;1 died between 13 Aug.2 and 9 Oct. 16843
Charles Co., MD; m. 18 Sep. 16624 (license date 16 Sep. 1662)5 Middlesex, Eng.
1. Charles ALLISON6 b. 1663-167010 Charles Co., MD; m. (Elizabeth or Mary)
POSEY;13 d. between 20 Feb. and 1 Apr. 1698 Charles Co., MD11
2. Elizabeth ALLISON6,7 b. ca. 1673/4;7,8 m.1. Edward FORD;6,7 m.2 Thomas
WHICHALY6,7,16 by 14 Sep. 1694;12 living 10 Sep. 17259
Charles ALLISON and (Elizabeth or Mary) POSEY had children:
1. Thomas ALLISON b. ca. 16967,8 Charles Co., MD; m. Barbara BURCH;51 d.
ca. 1733 Charles Co., MD14
Thomas ALLISON and Barbara BURCH had children:
1. Charles ALLISON15 b. ca. 1720;15 m. Barbara19 MOORE;17 living 179541
2. John ALLISON20 m. Elizabeth;21 died between 12 Aug. and 10 Dec. 1793
Montgomery Co., MD21
3. Thomas ALLISON23 m. Sarah;22 d. between 16 Feb. and 16 June 1774
Frederick Co., MD;22 left 5 shillings each to "brothers" [not named]
and residue to wife; his widow secondly married Zachariah THOMPSON24
4. Benjamin ALLISON25 m. Mary;26 d. ca. 1810 Burke Co., NC27
5. Richard ALLISON18,28 m. Sarah35 CHESHIRE;29 he d. between 5 Apr. and
5 Sep. 1808 Bullitt Co., KY30
After the death of her husband Thomas ALLISON, his widow Barbara secondly
married William COLLIER/COLYAR.14 In his will (not dated) William COLYAR
stated his son William was to be free at 18 to possess his land, and that
he shall allow his mother her living on the land.31 Child of William COLLYAR
and Barbara BURCH:
1. William COLLYAR b. ca. 1732 (sic, age 44 in 1776 census);32 m. Sarah34 RAY33
5 Aug. 1754;33 d. between 4 Jan. 1792 and 15 Jan. 1794 Montgomery Co., MD34
Benjamin ALLISON and wife Mary had three proved children, those being Posey,
Burch, and a daughter who married Garret/Jared SMITH.36 In the 1783
Montgomery Co., MD tax assessment, Benjamin had 11 white inhabitants in his
household.37 Posey and Richard were living on their own in the same Hundred
as each other. Posey had 6 whites and Richard had 4 whites in their households.38
Likely children of Benjamin are Thomas, Henry, Richard, Benjamin, William,
and Cassander. For Benjamin's brothers John and Richard, the names of their
children are known from their wills. Benjamin's brother Thomas had no
children. Had he died intestate with no children, his widow would have
been entitled to 1/2 of his estate, and his siblings the other 1/2. In
addition to naming no children, the wording of the will in leaving 5
shillings to each brother to satisfy any claims they might have, is added
evidence there were no children. The known children of Benjamin's brother
Charles are from church records,39 a deed where the siblings of Charles's
deceased son Thomas in 1781 relinquished all right in his estate to his widow
Elizabeth40 [Thomas and Elizabeth having no children] and the will of Charles's
For Benjamin's siblings, John's son Thomas was born 7 May 1781, and he was
bound with consent of his mother Elizabeth to Nicolas UMPSTED [Elizabeth's
son-in-law] on 11 December 1798.42 Richard named no son Thomas in his will.
As mentioned above Charles's son Thomas died in 1781. In addition to the age
of Benjamin's believed son Thomas leaving no other person who could likely be
his father, Thomas was named executor of Benjamin's will.27 In 1813, Thomas also
purchased three slaves from Mary ALLISON43 [Benjamin's widow].
There are no records to indicate that Charles had a son Henry, and neither
John or Richard named a son Henry in their wills. In a 1797 survey in Burke
Co., NC, Henry had David ALLISON and Burch ALLISON as chain carriers.54 At
that time, Benjamin's son Burch was in Loudoun County, VA. The Burch who
was a chain carrier may have been a son of Henry, implying Henry was a
grandson of Thomas ALLISON and Barbara BURCH. In 1802, Benjamin's son Burch
had Henry ALLISON and Thomas ALLISON as chain carriers for a survey for him.54
John ALLISON named no son Richard in his will, and Charles had no known
son named Richard. Benjamin's brother Richard is believed to have had a
son name Richard. In the 1777 Montgomery County tax list, there were two
ALLISONs in Seneca Hundred, those being "Richard ALLISON" and "Richard
ALLISON Junr."44 Both, as just Richard ALLISON, signed the 1778 oath of
allegiance.45 Richard's son Richard is believed to be the Richard ELLISON
reported dead on 26 May 1779.46 Richard [Sr.] did not name a son Richard
in his will.
Benjamin's believed son Richard was born say 1761. He did not sign the
1778 Oath of Allegiance, required of men over age 18, placing his birth as
likely after 1760. In the 1810 Loudoun County, Virginia, census he was
listed as over age 45.47 As Burch's birth is established as being in 1763,
and Richard had 4 white inhabitants in his household in the 1783 tax list
[a possible wife and two children], his being older than Burch would be more
likely than being younger. Richard has two known documents that tie him to
proved sons of Benjamin. One was the 1783 tax assessment where he and Posey
were the only ALLISONs in that Hundred. The second was the 1795 peronal
property tax list for Loudoun County, VA. In his pension file, Burch ALLISON
stated he lived in Loudoun Co. for 5 years before moving to Burke County, NC
in 1799. Burch did not appear in the 1794 list, probably moving to Loudoun
County in the fall, after that list was taken. In 1795 Richard paid the poll
tax for both himself and Burch, indicating that Burch was living in his household.48
Benjamin's believed son Benjamin's age would place him as a grandson of
Thomas ALLISON and Barbara BURCH. Neither of Benjamin's brothers John or
Richard named a son Benjmain in their wills. Benjamin's brother Charles
did have a son Benjamin, but he died testate in 1795 and named his father
Charles among other heirs.41 Benjamin did not sign the 1778 oath of
allegiance as his father Benjamin did, placing his birth as after 1760.
In 1810 Burke County he was age 26-45,49 and in 1840 Habsersham Co., GA he
was age 70-80,50 placing his birth as about 1765-1770.
Benjamin's other two likely children, William and Cassander were closely
tied to each other throughout their lives. They both also had ties to
Benjamin's believed son Richard. William first appeared in the 1791
Loudoun Co., VA tax list living with Richard ALLISON, who paid his tax.
Richard also paid the tax for Patrick FLORIDY.48 The following year, Patrick
FLORIDAY had a marriage bond with Cassandor ALLISON, and Richard ALLISON
was the bondsman.52 In the 1792 tax list, both William ALLISON and Patrick
FLORADA continued to live with Richard ALLISON, who paid their taxes.
Patrick was living on his own in 1793, but Richard continued to pay William's
taxes in both 1793 and 1794. Richard ALLISON, William ALLISON, and Patrick
FLORITY were all members of Captain Samuel CLAPHAM's 56th Regiment in
Loudoun County in 1794.53 William ALLISON and Patrick FLORIDA both moved
to Burke County, NC about 1799, the same time that Burch ALLISON did.
After moving to Burke County, William Allison and Patrick Floraday both
entered land on 28 Jan. 1799, with William's entry described as adjacent
to Patrick Flourady. Those two tracts along with an additional one that
Patrick Floiday entered later in 1799 were surveyed on 26 June 1800. Each
was one of the chain carriers for the other's survey.54 William ALLISON purchased
one of the tracts from Patrick on 23 Oct. 1802.55 Both William ALLISON and Patrick
FLORIDA later both moved to Wilson Co., TN, where William named a daughter
Cassander Florida ALLISON, after his sister.
A possible child of Benjamin ALLISON is Francis. Francis was stated by a
grandchild of his to be a son of Burch. From his age, Burch was only about
15 when Francis was born. If Burch was his father, it would appear Francis
was raised by Benjamin and Mary, and probably one of the under age 16 males
in Benjamin's 1790 Burke County household.56 He did not appear in tax lists
with Burch ALLISON during his time in Loudoun County, VA. Francis was first
found in Burke County in 1797 when on the same day he was a chain carrier
with Posey ALLISON for a survey of Benjamin ALLISON, and chain carrier with
Benjamin for a survey of Posey ALLISON's. On the same date in 1800, Francis
was a chain carrier with Jerrard SMITH for a survey of Thomas ALLISON, and a
chain carrier with Thomas ALLISON for a survey of Benjamin ALLISON, Sen.54
Finally, Benjamin ALLISON's wife Mary died shortly before Jan. 1829 when
letters of administration were granted to Richard BIRD on her estate.57 There
were probably terms of the will that were to not take effect until after
her death. At the same court was presented the court case of "Thomas ALLISON
& others" vs. "Francis ALLISON & others," with a petition to caveat the
will of Benjamin ALLISON, deceased.58 At the January 1832 court was the case
of "Francis ALLISON & others" vs. "Thomas ALLISON & others regarding the
caveated will. A jury decided that the will offered for probate of Benjamin
ALLISON was not his last will and testament, for he had revoked it in his
Benjamin ALLISON and wife Mary had children:
1. Posey ALLISON b. ca. 1751;36 living 1840 Burke Co., NC60
2. Thomas ALLISON b. before 1755;61 m.bond Cassandra63 BIRD 17 Aug. 1779;62
d. 6 Feb. 1848 McDOWELL Co., NC63
3. Henry ALLISON b. before 1755;64 living 181065
4. Richard ALLISON b. say 1761; d. about 1815 Loudoun Co., VA66
5. Burch ALLISON b. 24 Feb. 1763 Montgomery Co., MD;36 d. 1848 McDowell
6. Benjamin ALLISON b. 1765-1770; m. Cassandra;67 d. 5 Nov 1843, Habersham
Co., GA; bur. Lawrence Cemetery, (now) White Co., GA67
7. daughter ALLISON36 b. say 1770;68 m. Garret/Jared SMITH;36 living 183436
8. William ALLISON b. 20 Jan. 1773 Montgomery Co., MD;69 m. Elizabeth;69
d. between 27 Apr. and 30 June 1812 Wilson Co., TN70
9. Cassander ALLISON b. ca. 1775;71 m.bond Patrick FLORIDAY/FLORIDA
7 Mar. 1792;52; living 180071
10. [Francis ALLISON]? b. 1778;72 d. 1867, bur. Oakdale Cem., Henderson Co.,
William ALLISON's wife Elizabeth was born on 16 July 1779 in Prince George's
Co., MD69 and died 28 July 186389 in Wilson Co., TN.
They had children:
1. Mary "Polly" ALLISON73 b. ca. 179776 Loudoun Co., VA76; m.bond Ezekiel C.
WITTY73,77 10 June 1817;77 d. 16 Aug. 188378 Warren Co., TN79
2. Elizabeth ALLISON74 b. 28 Jan. 179978 Burke Co., NC80; m.bond Coleman
PUCKETT74,81 22 Nov. 1820;81 d. 28 Dec. 189778 Wilson Co., TN
3. Thomas ALLISON75 b. ca. 180382,83 Burke Co., NC82,83; m. Lucretia82,83,84 A.83 -?-;
living 1880 Wilson Co., TN84
4. Margaret "Peggy" ALLISON85 b. 8 Jan. 180578 Burke Co., NC85; m.1.bond
Thomas ALLMON 28 Sep. 1824;86 m.2. Charles BUCY 22 Jan. 1856;87 d.
30 Dec. 188278 Wilson Co., TN
5. Timothy McArty ALLISON b. 22 Nov. 1808 Wilson Co., TN;69 m. bond
Sarah McGavock EWING 2169/2388 Jan. 1840; d. 2 Aug. 1862, bur.
6. Cassander Florida91 ALLISON b. 6 June 1812 Wilson Co., TN;89 m.
John R. MOODY 20 Sep. 1827;89 (bond dated 18 Sep.)90 d. 20 Sep. 187089
Wilson Co., TN
1. Charles Co., MD land records A:86 & 191, FHL microfilm 0,013,746.
Age about 22 on 17 Apr 1660. Age about 24 on 4 Mar. 1661
2. Charles Co., MD land records K:377, FHL microfilm 0,013,748.
Thomas Allanson gave a gift of a young mare to William Taylor.
3. Maryland Testamentary Proceedings 13:174, FHL microfilm 0,012,933.
9 8bris (Oct.) 1684 Philip Lynes of St. Mary's Co. entered caveat that no
one was to administer the goods of Thomas Alanson of Charles Co. until
he had satisfaction of 5000 lbs. tob. due him.
4. Robert Hovenden, ed., Parish of St. James Clerkenwell Vol. III
Marriages 1551-1754: 110.
5. George J. Armytage, F.S.A, Allegations for Marriage Licenses issued
by the Vicar-General of the Archbishop of Canterbury 1660-1668,
(London: The Harleian Society, 1892), 45.
6. Debbie Hooper, Abstracts of Chancery Court Records of Maryland 1669-
1782, (Westminster, MD: Family Line Publications, 1996), 62.
7. Charles Co., MD land records M2:66-67, FHL microfilm 0,013,753.
5 Nov. 1719 Elizabeth Wicherly deposition age 46, Thomas Allison age
8. Charles Co., MD land records M2:122, FHL microfilm 0,013,753.
30 May 1721 Elizabeth Whicherly age 46, Thomas Allison age 24.
9. Charles Co., MD land records L2:238, FHL microfilm 0,013,753.
10. Charles Co., MD court and land records L:20, FHL microfilm 0,013,748.
Charles Allanson chose George Thompson as his guardian on 11 Nov. 1684,
implying he was at least age 14 and under 21.
11. Charles Allison will, Maryland wills 7:393-394, FHL microfilm 0,012,843.
Charles Allison will, Charles Co., MD Wills No. 2:196-197.
12. Charles Co., MD deeds S1:350-352, FHL microfilm 0,013,750.
13. That Charles ALLISON married a daughter of John POSEY is proved by:
a) Charles Co., MD land records L2:21, FHL microfilm 0,013,753.
In 1722 Thomas ALLISON, [son of Charles] sold all right in the
tract St. John to Francis POSEY. This tract had been owned by
his maternal grandfather John POSEY, and the only right Thomas would
have had would be by being the only child of his mother, either Mary
or Elizabeth, daughters of John POSEY.
b) See #14 the inventory of Thomas ALLENSON. The next of kin who
approved the inventory were John POSEY and Benjamin POSEY. [cousins,
children of his uncle Benjamin POSEY]
14. Thomas Allenson inventory, MD inventories 17:349, FHL microfilm 0,012,867.
Thomas Allison inventory, Charles Co., MD 1717-1735 Inventories, pp. 337-338.
15. Charles Co., MD deeds 0#2:413-414, FHL microfilm 0,013,754.
Charles Allison [Allenson in acknowledgment of deed], "son of Thos
Allenson," deceased, sold part of the tract Allissons Secret on
21 Jan. 1741 [1741/2].
16. Charles Co., MD deeds Q1:72-73, FHL microfilm 0,013,749.
17. James Moore will, MD wills 19:539-541, FHL microfilm 0,012,848.
Prince George's Co., MD Wills 1:175.
On 26 Jan. 1727/8 left sons James and Robert each one half of the tract
Allisons Park, and if either died without issue, their share
to go to daughters Euphen and Barbara equally. James MOORE had traded
John ALLISON for the tract Allisons Park of 200 acres on 25 May 1723.
[Prince George's Co., MD land records M:446-447, FHL microfilm 0,014,248]
Son Robert was deceased by 5 Dec. 1729 when he was not listed among the
heirs, [MD accounts 10:103-105, FHL microfilm 0,012,902] thus Barbara
inherited one half of Robert's 100 share. In 1750, Charles ALLISON
was in possession of 50 acres of Allisons Park. [Prince George's
and Frederick County Debt Book, 1750, p. 52, Calvert Papers, MS.174, Roll
No. 13, MD Historical Society, FHL microfilm 1,685,860]. See also #19.
18. John Allison inventory, Montgomery Co., MD wills and inventories C:140,
FHL microfilm 0,014,231. Charles Allison, Richard Allison, Ninian Willett,
and Martin Fisher approved inventory of John Allison. Not stated, but
Charles and Richard would have signed as kin, and Willett and Fisher
19. Montgomery Co., MD land records E:3-5, FHL microfilm 0,014,211.
Charles Allison and wife Barbara in 1791 sold 50 acres of Allisons
20. Frederick Co., MD land records B:322-323, FHL microfilm 0,013,936.
1750 supersedeas against "John Allison, son of Thos."
21. John Allison will, Montgomery Co., MD wills and inventories C:123-124,
FHL microfilm 0,014,231.
22. Thomas Ellison/Allison will, MD wills 39:793-794, FHL microfilm 0,012,857.
Frederick Co, MD Will Book 1:494-495.
23. That Thomas was a son of Thomas is based on:
a) in 1757 Benjamin Allison was security for a supersedeas of Thomas.
[Frederick Co., MD land records F:345-346, FHL microfilm 0,013,937.
b) in 1760 Thomas Allison sold Richard Allison 113 acres of Resurvey
on Saint Mary's. [FCLR, F:945-947]
c) on same date 1760, Thomas Allison sold Benjamin Allison 19 acres
of Otery and 68 acres of Resurvey on Saint Mary's.
24. Montgomery Co., MD land records A1:490-492, FHL microfilm 0,014,208.
Sarah, widow of Thomas Allison alias Ellison and husband Zachariah
Thompson sold 117 acres, parts of Oatry and Resurvey on
25. That Benjamin is a son of Thomas is based on:
a) See #22 that Thomas had brothers, and #23c that Thomas was associated
b) In 1777, John, James [son of Charles], Benjamin, and Charles Allison
were all in Upper Potomack Hundred of Montgomery County. [Eleanor M. V.
Cook, "1777 Tax List of Montgomery County," Maryland Genealogical
Society Bulletin, 31 (Winter 1990), 13.
c) Benjamin and John [son of Thomas, see #20] were witnesses to will of
Ralph Hoult in 1777. [Montgomery Co., MD wills A:5-7, FHL microfilm
26. Frederick Co., MD land records J:1238-1240, FHL microfilm 0,013,939.
27. Burke Co., NC court of pleas and quarter sessions 1807-1818 book, p. 157,
FHL microfilm 0,370,128. Note: Only right side pages are numbered, being
consecutive numbers. This appears on the left (unnumbered) page of 157.
Thomas Allison on 24 July 1810 qualified as executor of the will of
Benj. Allison. No copy of the will survives.
28. That Richard is a son of Thomas is based on:
a) See #22 that Thomas had brothers, and #23b that Thomas was associated
b) In 1795 Richard signed as next of kin with Charles (proved son of Thomas)
to the inventory of John (proved son of Thomas). See #18.
29. John Cheshire will, Montgomery Co., MD wills C:4-5, FHL microfilm 0,014,231.
30. Richard Allison will, Bullit Co., KY wills A:59, FHL microfilm 0,482,684.
31. William Colyar will, MD wills 27:69-70, FHL microfilm 0,012,851.
32. Gaius Marcus Brumbagh, Maryland Records, Revolutionary, Colonial,
and Church, (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1975), I:182.
33. Helen W. Brown, Index to Register of Prince George's Parish (also
known as Rock Creek, (Riverdale, MD: Prince George's County Historical
34. William Collyar will, Montgomery Co., MD wills C:136-137, FHL microfilm
35. Montgomery Co., MD land records K:199, FHL microfilm 0,014,213.
36. Burch Allison S6493, Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land-Warrant
Application files, National Archives micropublication 804, roll 46,
FHL microfilm 0,970,046.
30 July 1834 deposition of Burch that he was born 24 Feb. 1764 (sic)
Montgomery Co., MD. Moved to "Louden" Co., VA after the war for 5
years before moving to Burke Co., NC in 1799. Record of ages kept by
father in possession of my sister who married Mr. Jarrett Smith.
2 Oct. 1834 deposition of Posey Allison on that he was a brother to
Burch and age 83.
37. General Assembly House of Delegates (Assessment Record) MSA S1161,
1783 Middle Potomac, Lower Potomac, and Georgetown Hundreds, Accession
No. S1161-8-5, p. 3, Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD.
38. General Assembly House of Delegates (Assessment Record), MSA S1161,
1783 Lingamore and Sugar Loaf Hundreds, Accession No. S1161-8-1,
Location 1/4/5/51, p. 1, Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD.
39. Brown, Index to Register of Prince George's Parish, 173.
40. Montgomery Co., MD land records A:608-609, FHL microfilm 0,014,208.
41. Benjamin Allison will, Montgomery Co., MD wills C:219-220, FHL microfilm
42. Montgomery Co., MD 1779-1810 orphans court proceeding, 98, FHL microfilm
43. Burke Co., NC court of pleas and quarter sessions 1807-1818 book, p. 313
(July 1814 court), FHL microfilm 0,370,128.
44. Cook, 1777 Tax List of Montgomery County, 7.
45. Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh and Margaret Roberts Hodges, Revolutionary
Records of Maryland, (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.,
46. Archives of Maryland 18:204.
47. Richard Allison household, 1810 U.S. census, Loudoun Co., VA p. 290.
48. 1787-1797 Loudoun County, Virgina Personal Property Tax Lists, Virginia
State Library, reel 208.
1791 tax list B, 1st Battalion, p. 1, Richard Allison paid for himself,
William Allison, and Patrick Floriday.
1792 tax list B, 1st Battalion, p. 1, Richard Allison paid for himself,
William Allison, and Patrick Florada.
1793 tax list C, 1st Battalion, p. 1, Richard Allison paid for himself
and William Allison on April 20. p. 8 Patrick Florida paid for
himself on April 20.
1794 tax list C, 1st Battalion, p. 1, Richard Allison paid for himself
and William Allison on March 18. p. 6 Patrick Florida paid for
himself on March 18.
1795 tax list A, 1st Battalion, p. 1, Richard Allison paid for himself
and Burch Allison. William Allison paid for himself. p. 10 Patrick
Floriday paid for himself. All on March 24.
49. Ben Allison household, 1810 U.S. census, Burke Co., NC p. 119.
50. Benjamin Ellison household, 1840 U.S. census, Habersham Co., GA, p. 134.
51. Oliver Burch will, MD wills 19:725-726, FHL microfilm 0,012,848.
Charles County copy, Wills 3:221.
52. John Vogt and T. William Kethley, Jr., Loudoun County Marriages 1760-
1850, (Athens, Geo: Iberian Publishing Co., 1985), 80.
53. Loudoun Co., VA 56th & 57th Regiments Militia Records 1793-1809, roster
of the Company commanded by Capt. Samuel Clapham, 56th Regiment, 1794,
pp. 33-34, FHL microfilm 0,032,376, item 1.
54. North Carolina Secretary of State Land Grant Office Warrants, Surveys and
Related Documents, Burke County.
FHL microfilm 1,929,073
Henry Allison #2418.
Benjamin Allison #2446.
Posey Allison #2450.
FHL microfilm 1,929,076.
Patrick Floraday #3215.
Thomas Allison #3222.
Patrick Floraday #3251.
William Allison #3250.
Benjamin Allson, Sen. #3257.
FHL microfilm 1,929,089.
Burch Allison #06.
55. Burke Co., NC court of pleas and quarter sessions, 1799-1807 book,
p. 349 [left unnumbered side of p. numbered 349], FHL microfilm 0,370,128.
56. Ben Ellison household, 1790 U.S. census, Burke County, p. 89.
57. Burke County, NC 1818-1829 court of pleas and quarter sessions book,
p. 876, FHL micofilm 0,370,129.
58. Burke County 1818-1829 quarter sessions, p. 879.
59. Burke County, NC 1830-1834 court of pleas and quarter sessions book,
unpaginated, Jan 1832 court, FHL microfilm 0,370,129.
60. Posey Allison, Sen. household, 1840 U.S. census, Burke Co., NC, p. 333.
61. Thomas Allison household, 1800 U.S. census, Burke Co., NC, p. 721.
Age over 45.
62. Wilkes Co., NC marriage bonds, alphabetical by groom, FHL microfilm
Thomas Ellison-Casandren Bird, Bondsman: Benjamin Bird.
63. Thomas Allison file, folder 1, McDowell Co., NC loose estate files,
NC State Archives, FHL microfilm 2,318,021, frames 316-441.
64. Henry Allison household, 1800 U.S. census, Burke Co., NC, p. 723.
Age over 45.
65. Henry Allison household, 1810 U.S. census, Burke Co., NC, p. 118.
Age over 45.
66. Loudoun Co., VA minute book 7:451, FHL microfilm 0,032,358.
8 May 1815 adm. on estate Richard Allison granted to George Wagely.
67. Benjamin Allison headstone, Lawrence Cem., Helen, White Co., GA.
68. Jared Smith household, 1790 U. S. census, Burke Co., NC, p. 89.
One male and one female, suggesting they were just married.
69. [Richard R. Hancock], Hancock's Diary: Or a History of the Second
Tennessee Confederate Cavalry, (Nashville, Tenn.: Brandon Printing
Company, 1887), pp. 601-602.
70. William Ellison will, Wilson Co., TN 1802-1814 will and inventory book,
pp. 314-315, FHL microfilm 0,430,841.
71. Pattrick Floridy household, 1800 U.S. census, Burke Co., NC, p. 749.
Female age 16-26. That she married in 1792, suggests a ca. 1775 birth.
72. Francis Allison headstone, Oakdale Cem., Hendersonville,
Henderson Co., NC.
73. Wilson Co., TN deeds M:172, FHL microfilm 0,427,170.
74. Wilson Co., TN deeds M:206, FHL microfilm 0,427,170.
75. Wilson Co., TN deeds Y:134, FHL microfilm 0,427,158.
76. Ezekiel C. Witty household, 1850 U.S. census, Wilson Co., TN, p. 526.
77. Wilson Co., TN marriage bonds, 1817, alphabetical by groom, FHL microfilm
78. James William Ewing, Jr. [grandson of Margaret (Allison) Allmon] record
of births and deaths of relatives and friends in possession of James
McMichael, Spring, TX. Photocopy of applicable pages in my possession.
79. 1880 residence, Wilburn Witty household, U.S. census, Warren Co., TN,
80. Coleman Puckett household, 1850 U.S. census, Wilson Co., TN, p. 523.
81. Wilson Co., TN marriage bonds, 1820, alphabetical by groom "Goldman"
Pucket, FHL microfilm 0,430,828.
82. Thomas Ellison household, 1860 U.S. census, Wilson Co., TN, p. 395.
83. Thomas Allison household, 1870 U.S. census, Wilson Co., TN, p. 563.
84. Thomas Allison household, 1880 U.S. census, Wilson Co., TN, p. 471D.
85. Elizabeth Allison household, 1850 U.S. census, Wilson Co., TN, p. 525.
Margret Allmon living in household.
86. Wilson Co., TN marriage bonds, 1824, alphabetical by groom Thomas
"Almond," FHL microfilm 0,430,829.
87. Wilson Co., TN 1855-1867 marriage register, p. 23, entry No. 14, FHL
88. Wilson Co., TN 1838-1854 marriage register, p. 42, entry No. 16, FHL
89. Family pages from F. E. Stroud Bible. Photocopy in my possession. Original
was in possession of F.E.Stroudís daughter Mildred (Stroud) Blair of
Sun City, AZ/Denver, Colo. (deceased 2001). Publication date unknown.
The Bible was water damaged and thrown away, and only the family pages
were kept. Appears to have begun with marriage of O.B.Stroud and M.E.Moody,
with earlier records added at that time. If you would like a scan of the
pages, e-mail me at the address below.
90. Wilson Co., TN marriage bonds, 1827, alphabetical by groom, FHL
91. Texas County, Missouri Genealogical and Historical Society, Texas
County, Missouri Heritage, (Houston, Mo.: author, 1989), II:630.
Submission by Marilyn Odle.
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