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John Vanderford (3035)

Father: Richard Vanderford (2005)
Mother: Nancy Bonner


b. 1796 in Greene County, Georgia [Darryl]

d. 1877 in Mississippi [Coker]

m. Mary Mooneyham, b. 1798 in North Carolina, d. 1860-65 [census-Ga & Eller Drew]

Issue: [census-Ga]

girl, b. 1810-1820

boy, bc. 1820

Frances E. (4112), b. Sept. 22, 1822, d. Jan. 29, 1872 [Jerry]

John J. (4096), b. March 1830

Mary, b. 1830-35

m. Nov. 14, 1844 in Murray County, Georgia, William T. Redwine [Darryl]

Mahaly, b. 1834 in Georgia

m. ?? Kindrie, d. 1859-60 [census-Miss]
issue: [census-Miss]
John, twin, b. 1858
Thomas, twin, b. 1858
David C., b. 1859

Thursa, b. 1836 in Georgia

m. Jan. 11, 1857 in Tishomingo Co., Henry R. Reynolds [AlC mar 1855-57:289]

Kearney Young "K. Y." (4097), b. 1841, d. Jan. 26, 1894

m2. Jan. 25, 1865 in Monroe County, Mississippi, Mary Catherine Weaver [Coker-bond], b. Jan. 9, 1842 in Corinth, Miss., d. Jan. 9, 1926 near Rogers, Texas [Coker], m2. Daniel Cooksey, b. 1826 in N.C., disappeared in the late 1880s [Vittles]

Issue: [census-Miss & Coker]

Minta "Mittie" (4113), b. 1865, d. 1933

Candessia (4114), b. 1867

Joshua Adrell (4115), b. May 10, 1869, d. Jan. 31, 1953

Caleb B. (4107), b. May 10, 1869, d. Sept. 21, 1950

Ruth (4116), b. 1872

Ida, b. 1875 in Mississippi

Eddie, b. 1877 in Mississippi

Information:

1818:
John paid a poll tax of 31 1/4 cents in Clarke County, Georgia. [ClC tax]

1820:
John lived in Walton County, Georgia with his wife and daughter. He had two female slaves, one between 26 and 45 and the other over 45. [census-Ga]

March 10, 1831:
John received a land grant of 202 1/2 acres known as Lot No. 179 in the Sixteenth District of the Second Section in Muscogee County, Georgia. [Darryl - doc]

December 12, 1832:
John received a land grant of 202 1/2 acres known as Lot No. 168 in the Twenty-fifth District of the First Section in Lee county, georgia. [Darryl - doc]

May 27, 1839:
John sold a 9 year old slave, Catherine, with a dark complexion, for $450. [Darryl]

1840:
John lived in Murray County, Georgia. He owned 17 slaves, 8 of whom were young children. [census-Ga]

1850:
John lived in Murray County, Georgia with his wife, son, 2 daughters and Elizabeth Moneyham, 66 years old. The value of his real property was $3,500. [census-Ga]

July 4, 1853 (recorded February 9, 1854):
John bought the 160 acres of the south west quarter of Section 23 Township 2 Range 8 in the Chickasaw Survey for $250.[AlC deed Q:381]

September 3, 1853 (recorded February 9, 1854):
John bought the south east quarter of Section 23 Township 2 Range 8 of the Chickasaw Survey for $500. [AlC deed Q:380]

November 28, 1856 (recorded January 28, 1859):
John borrowed $230, due January 1, 1858, using the SW 1/4 of Section 23, Township 2, Range 8 for collateral. [AlC Tdeed A:297]

June 3, 1858 (recorded July 31, 1858):
John borrowed $436.47 using Benderick, an 18 year old slave, as collateral. [AlC Tdeed A:458-60]

September 15, 1858 (recorded September 23, 1858):
John borrowed $291.09, due March 15, 1859, using Jane, a 5 year old slave, as collateral. [AlC Tdeed A:464]

April 30, 1859:
John borrowed $330 using Harriet, a 22 year old slave, as collateral. [AlC Tdeed A:556-7]

1860:
John was a farmer and lived in Tishomingo County, Mississippi with his wife, daughter Mahala and her three young boys and Lucy Kindrie aged 53. The value of his real property was $1,200 and personal property was $600. [census-Miss]

February 22, 1862 (recorded April 26, 1862):
John sold 160 acres in the Chickasaw Survey (SW 1/4, Sec. 23, Twp. 2, Range 8) in Alcorn County, Mississippi to John B. Vanderford (4094) for $500. [AlC deed X:667]

August 8, 1865 (recorded October 5, 1865):
John sold the SE 1/4, Sec. 23, Twp. 2, Range 8 in Alcorn County, Mississippi to his sons, John J. and K. Y. for $500. [AlC deed S:768]

1880:
Mary, John's widow, had remarried. All 7 children were living with her and her new husband Daniel Cooksey in Alcorn County, Mississippi. [census-Miss]

1885:
John's children, Ruth, Ida and Ed were attending the Sandess School House in Alcorn County, Mississippi. [AlC sch]


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