.
Patrick Hamrick, Sr.

and
Margaret Ingles
.

Page Updated 25 Nov 2011

The updating of the numbering system used on this page has been completed. Generation 28 is my own;
27 is that of my parents; 29 is that of my children, etc.  --   John M. Gwin, Jul 2009

The reformatting of the name font and census data for this page has been completed. --John M. Gwin, Nov 2011



SOURCES:

1. Some of the following has been taken from the excellent J. R. McKinney webpage located at
http://www.my-ged.com/mckinney
. (Thank you, J. R. McKinney, for making your data available to the rest of us!  :-)

2. Some is taken directly from searches of the various federal censuses of West Virginia (mostly Clay Co.).


20.00--Patrick Hamrick, Sr., b. ca. 1684, Ireland; d. ca. Mar 1764, VA; m. ca. 1711, VA, to Margaret Ingles (b.; d/o Robert Ingles, [b. ca.1665] and Sarah Cox, [d/o Sem/Lem Cox]); 9 ch.

21.09--Benjamin Hamrick, Sr., b. ca. 1728, VA; d. ca. 1794, VA; m. ca. 1750 in  VA, to Mary Sias, b.; 9 ch.

22.09--Joel Hamrick, b. ca. 1770, VA; d. after 1850, VA; m. ca. 1789, VA to Mary (probably Elizabeth) "Betsy" [nee unk.]; 4 ch.


www.genforum.com        Re: My H line from Patrick through Clay Co., WV to NM
Posted by: Harley Briden (ID *****7620) Date: August 12, 2008 at 18:22:48
In Reply to: My H line from Patrick through Clay Co., WV to NM by John Gwin of 956

Joel Hamrick, m. Mary [nee unk.]

Descendants of Mary/Elizabeth "Betsy" Sparks
                                   
       1        Mary/Elizabeth "Betsy" Sparks       b: 1772 in Prince William Co., Virginia       d: 1845 in Nicholas Co., W. Virginia       
::              +Joel Hamrick       b: Btw. 1769 - 1770 in Prince William Co., Virginia       d: Btw. 1850 - 1870 in Clay Co., W. Virginia       Married: 1789 in Fauquier Co., Virginia

Harley R. Briden
Tico0@Bellsouth.net


23.04--Rev. William Newton Hamrick, b. unk.; d. unk.; m1(2?). unk.; m1(2?). Elizabeth Brown; 12 alleged ch.;

24.02--Randolph Porter Dixon Hamrick, b. 13 Jan 1836; m. 10 Aug 1857 to Dicena "Dicey" Mullins (b. 28 Feb 1840 in VA [now WV]; d. unk.; bd. unk.); at least 2 ch.
[age 24 in the 7 Jun 1860 census of Clay Co., VA (later WV)]

[Dicey age 20 in the 7 Jun 1860 census of Clay Co., VA (later WV)]

25.01--William L. (T.?) Hamrick, b. ca. 1858; d. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.;
[age 2 in the 7 Jun 1860 census of Clay Co., VA (later WV)]

25.02--James Newton Hamrick, b. 15 Oct 1859; d. 19 Jul 1931; m. 2 Oct 1881 to Oceola Stephenson (b. ca. 1856--age 4 in 1880 census of Clay Co., WV; d. unk.; bd. unk.); 9 of 9 ch. lvg. in 1900;
[age 7 mo. in the 7 Jun 1860 census of Clay Co., VA (later WV)];
[age 40 in the 6 Jun 1900 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

[Ocie age in the 6 Jun 1900 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

!

26.01--(unk.) Hamrick, b. ca. 1882 in WV; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[not named in the 6 Jun 1900 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV, and assumed married and living elsewhere]

26.02--[Earl Vandorn/Vandon/Vondom/Vandam] Hamrick, b. ca. 1883 in WV; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. Zara/Zora E. (nee unk., b. ca.1881 in PA; at least 4 ch.
[not living with his parents in the 6 Jun 1900 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV, and assumed living elsewhere];
[age 27 in the 25 Apr 1910 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV];

[age 36 in the 19 Jan 1920 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV];
[age 48 in the 12 Apr 1930 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

[age 28 in the 25 Apr 1910 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV];
[age 36 in the 19 Jan 1920 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV];
[age 49 in the 12 Apr 1930 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]


[John M. Gwin Note: We know two children exist here (i. e., as 7.01 and 7.02, the first and second born of James and Ocelola) because of Oceola's 1990 claim to nine living of nine children, and we assume one of these to be this Earl V. because of his location in 1930: between and next door to Sherman T. on one side and James N. on the other. Nevertheless, this latter is as yet just an educated guess and should be treated as unproven.]

27.01--Audra/Audrey Hamrick, b. ca. 1905
[age 5 in the 25 Apr 1910 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV];
[age 15 in the 19 Jan 1920 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

27.02--Dollie/Dallie D. Hamrick, b. ca. 1908; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[age 3 in the 25 Apr 1910 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV];
[age 13 in the 19 Jan 1920 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]
;
[age 22 in the 12 Apr 1930 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

27.03--Dessie Hamrick, b. ca. 1910
[age 1mo. in the 25 Apr 1910 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV];
[age 10 in the 19 Jan 1920 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

27.04--Mary O. Hamrick, b. ca. 1913; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[age 7 in the 19 Jan 1920 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV];
[age 17 in the 12 Apr 1930 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

27.05--Fonda O. Hamrick, b. ca. 1921; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[age 9 in the 12 Apr 1930 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

27.06--Lana O. Hamrick, b. ca. 1924; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[age 6 in the 12 Apr 1930 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

26.03--Australia Hamrick, b. Apr 1884 in WV; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.;
[age 16 in the 6 Jun 1900 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

[John M. Gwin Note: Assuming her to be married in 1910 and living elsewhere, I did an Ancestry.com search for any Australia of her age living in WV and found only two, neither of whom could have been this child. Therefore, I now am assuming her to be (1) living out of state in 1910, (2) using another given name or nickname in 1910, or (3) deceased.]

26.04--Orion L. Hamrick, b. Apr 1887 in WV; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[listed as Orien L. Hamrick, age 13, in the 6 Jun 1900 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

26.05--Blanche M. Hamrick, b. Sep 1889 in WV; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[age 10 in the 6 Jun 1900 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

26.06--Thomas Sherman Hamrick, b. Nov 1891 in WV; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. Alice (nee unk., b. ca. 1896); at least 3 ch.
[age 8 in the 6 Jun 1900 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV];
[age 30 in the 19 Jan 1920 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

[age 24 in the 19 Jan 1920 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

27.01--Maysel Hamrick, b. ca. 1912; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[age 8 in the 19 Jan 1920 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

27.02--Ethel Hamrick, b. ca. 1914; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[age 6 in the 19 Jan 1920 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

27.03--Lawrence Hamrick, b. ca. Jul 1917; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[age 2 yr., 6 mo. in the 19 Jan 1920 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

27.04--Tressie R. Hamrick, b. ca. 1920; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[age 10 in the 12 Apr 1930 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

27.05--Woodrow W. Hamrick, b. ca. 1922; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[age 8 in the 12 Apr 1930 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

27.06--Hazel G. Hamrick, b. ca. 1925; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[age 5 in the 12 Apr 1930 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

27.07--Grady R. Hamrick, b. ca. Oct 1926; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[age 3 yr., 7 mo. in the 12 Apr 1930 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

26.07--Nona P. Hamrick, b. Apr 1894 in WV; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. unk.; unk. ch.
[Nona's age 6 in the 6 Jun 1900 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

26.08--Benjamin R. Hamrick, b. Jul 1897 in WV; d. unk.; bd. unk.; m. Ocie Blakely (b. ca. 1898); unk. ch.
[age 2 in the 6 Jun 1900 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV];
[age 23 in the 19 Jan 1920 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

[age 21 in the 19 Jan 1920 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

26.09--Ona Byrne Hamrick, b. 4 Jun 1899 in WV; d. 22 Aug 1953; bd. in Cunningham Mem. Pk., St. Albans, WV; m. 1 Sep 1917 to Dorothy Belle "Mom" Paxton (b. 3 Apr 1900 in Clay Co., WV; d. in Bradenton, FL); 4 ch. (see next below);
[Onie's age 11 mo. in the 6 Jun 1900 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV];
[Onie's age 20 in the 19 Jan 1920 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

[Mom's age illgb. in the 19 Jan 1920 census of Henry Mag. Dist., Clay Co., WV]

Highlighting Big Daddy's Line:
26.09--Ona Byrne "Onie", "Big Daddy" Hamrick, b. 4 Jun 1899 in Clay Co., WV; d. 22 Aug 1953; bd. Cunningham Mem. Park, ST. Albans, WV; m. 1 Sep 1917 to Dorothy Belle "Mom" Paxton (b. 3 Apr 1900 in Clay Co., WV; d. in Bradenton, FL; 4 ch.)
Left: Taken 1921-22 at his old homeplace at Adair, WV, where "Onie" was born and raised. Motorcycle is an "Indian" brand with solid rim disc wheels. Note no headlight; note tire pump strapped horizontally to handlebars. Note corner of house in upper left corner--"the house".

Copy made in 1982 from a postcard-size photo made in 1921-22. Original was with estate of Stan and Frances after Stan's death in 2001. (Dictated 20 Dec 1983 in WV by Stan Hamrick to John Gwin.)

Below and right: Grave of Ona Byrne Hamrick at Cunningham Memorial Park, Kanawha Terrace, St. Albans, WV.
To reach the grave, turn right at the main gate and drive toward the office, bearing left and skirting the pond. Stop at the the first path leading up the hill toward an old sycamore (see picture, right). His grave is on the east side of the path just above the tree.
O. Byrne Hamrick
June 4, 1899
August 22, 1953
27.01--Kenneth Byrne Hamrick, b. 16 Jul 1919; m. 1938 to Laska Elaine Kelly (b. Apr 1921); 2 ch.

Charleston Daily Mail  4 Jan 2004

Kenneth Byrne Hamrick

    Kenneth Byrne Hamrick, 84, of St. Albans died Friday, Dec. 12, 2003, at home after a short battle with Mesothelioma.
    He was born July 16, 1919, at Adair in Clay County, W.Va., to the late O. Byrne Hamrick and Dorothy Paxton. He was also preceded in death by his daughter, Tina Norene; and brother, Stanford.
    He graduated from Clay High School where he played varsity basketball. Throughout his life, he continued to enjoy sports and bowled in various leagues in the Kanawha Valley. He was a Navy veteran of World War II.
    In the late 1930's he worked for Elk River Coal and Lumber Co. at the company store in Dundon, W.Va. He retired from Union Carbide Corporation, South Charleston Plant with 40 1/2 years of service after working as a production supervisor in the Polyethylene Unit and as a supervisor in the environmental control department.
    He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Evelyn Lasca Kelly Hamrick; daughter and son-in-law, Sondra Lee and Larry Stephens of Buchanan Dam, Texas; son, Kenneth Wayne of St. Albans; sisters, June Kniseley of Roane County, W.Va., and Jeanette Pitsenbarger of Huron, Ohio; granddaughters, Kelly Blanscet of Cedar Park, Texas, and Randi Stephens of Bacliff, Texas; great-granddaughter, Kelsey Blanscet of Cedar Park, Texas; and great-grandson, Kristofer Blanscet of Cedar Park, Texas.
    Funeral service will be at 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 18, 2003, at Cunningham Memorial Park, Upper Mausoleum Chapel with Dr. Thom Chapman officiating. Entombment will follow after the funeral service.
    Friends may call one hour prior to the funeral service at the cemetery.
    In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Kanawha Hospice Care Inc., 1143 Dunbar Ave., Dunbar, WV 25064.
    You may email your condolences to the family at bartlettchapman@charterbn.com.

    Bartlett-Chapman Funeral Home, 409 Sixth Ave., St. Albans, is in charge of arrangements.


28.01--Saundra "Saunie" Hamrick, [PRIVATE]; m. Larry Stevens [PRIVATE]; 2 ch.
29.01--Kelly Stevens [PRIVATE]; 2 ch.
30.01-- [PRIVATE];

30.02-- [PRIVATE];

29.02--Randi Stevens [PRIVATE];
28.02--Kenneth Wayne Hamrick, b. 1947 [PRIVATE];
27.02--Stanford Sherman "Stub" "Poppaw" Hamrick, b. 10 Dec 1922; d. 23 May 2001; m1. unk.; div.; m2. 20 Jun 1948 to Frances Marie "Mommaw" Droddy (b. 31 Jul 1925, d/o Austin Bay Droddy and Masel Belle Rhodes; d. 9 Nov 1996); 2 ch.; both bd. Cunningham Mem. Park, St. Albans, WV;

How to find their graves: 

Enter Cunningham Memorial Park from Kanawha Terrace and make your way to the top of the hill. When you are on the road above the building shown on the right, find two stone memorial benches on either side of a large tree and park there. Their graves are about 50 feet down the hill from the road.

 
Stanford S. Hamrick
SSgt US Marine Corps
World War II
Dec 10 1922 -- May 23, 2001
Frances M. Hamrick
Beloved Wife and Mother

Jul 31, 1925 -- Nov. 9, 1996

28.01--Rodger Bruce Hamrick, [PRIVATE]; m. Susan, [PRIVATE];

28.02--Sharon Lynn "Nana" Hamrick, b. 27 Sep 1951;  m. 24 Jul 1976, WV, to John McDonald "Papa" Gwin (b. 29 Oct 1947); 3 ch.

10.01--Jeremiah "Jeremy" Scott Gwin, [PRIVATE]; m. Kara Marie Douglas, [PRIVATE];

10.02--Charity Elizabeth Gwin, [PRIVATE]  m. Beau Scott Pihlaja, [PRIVATE];

11.01--Asher Samuel Neeraj Pihlaja, [PRIVATE];

11.02--Cressida Noel Pihlaja, [PRIVATE];

10.03--Sarah Joy Gwin, [PRIVATE] m. Jason Deane Johnson, Sr., [PRIVATE];

11.01--Jason Deane "J. D." Johnson, Jr., [PRIVATE];

11.02--Ryan Jonathan Johnson, [PRIVATE];

11.03--Tate Austin Johnson, (named for his gg-grandpa, Austin B. Droddy, above) [PRIVATE];

11.04--Zachary Jacob Johnson,[PRIVATE];

27.03--Leona June Hamrick, [PRIVATE] m. Don Knisely [PRIVATE]; 3 ch.
28.01--Donald Knisely, Jr.,[PRIVATE] m1. ; m2.[PRIVATE]; 1 ch.
10.1--Knisely, [PRIVATE];
28.02--Kim Knisely, [PRIVATE] m. [PRIVATE]; 1 ch.
10.1--Knisely, [PRIVATE];
28.03--Kip Knisely, [PRIVATE] m. Warren Devault [PRIVATE]; 2 ch.
10.1--Devault, [PRIVATE];

10.2--Devault, [PRIVATE];

27.04--Mavis Jeanette "Puggie" Hamrick, [PRIVATE] m. Marion Pitsenberger, [PRIVATE]
[28.01]--Myrna Pitsenberger, b ca. 1967 (adopted), [PRIVATE]

[28.02]--B. J. "Joel" Pitsenberger, b ca. 1968 (adopted), [PRIVATE]




Some Pertinent Census Data



From the 16 Aug 1850 U. S. Census of
The Western Dist., Nicholas Co., VA (later WV)
Pg.
Res/Fam
Name
Sex
Est.
DOB

Age
E$tate
Real

POB
Occ.
John M. Gwin Comments
25
316/316
William Hamrick
m
1799
51
280
VA
farmer
This is the father of Randolph, the grandpa of James Newton, the g-grandpa of Onie Byrne, the gg-grandpa of Stan, the ggg-grandpa of Sharon, the gggg-grandpa of Sarah Joy, and the ggggg-grandpa of Tate Austin.
25

Elizabeth
f
1809
41

VA

25

Martha
f
1835
15

VA

25

Randolph
m
1836
14

VA
This is the only Randolph Hamrick that appears in an Ancestry.com search of 1850 Virginia, and he's born in 1836 to boot. Further, this same family shows up in Clay Co.  in 1860 when Randolph  is married and living with his wife, Dicey, in his in-laws' home. I'm confident, then, that this is our Randolph.
25

Almira
f
1838
12

VA

25

Jasper
m
1843
7

VA

25

Samuel
m
1845
5

VA

25

Acenith
f
1847
3

VA

25

Nancy
f
1848
2

VA

25

Alexander
m
1849
1

VA











































































































































































































From the 27 Jun
1860
U. S. Census of Clay Co., VA (later WV)
Pg.
Res/Fam
Name
Sex
Est.
DOB

Age
E$tate
Real/Pers

POB
Occ.
John M. Gwin Comments
19
125/125
Thomas Mullins
m
1812
48
1000/300
VA
farmer
This is Dicey's father, Sharon's ggg-grandpa, and Tate's ggggg-grandpa.
19
Mary Mullins f
1813
47

VA wife

19
Wm. Mullins m
1844
16

VA laborer

19
Jane Mullins f
1845
15

VA domestic

19
Lidia Mullins f
1848
12

VA

19
Thomas H. G. Mullins m
1850
10

VA

19
Randolph Hamrick
m
1836
24
------/195
VA farm laborer

19
Dicy Hamrick f
1840
20

VA his wife
This is the former Dicy Mullins, daughter of Thomas and Mary in whose home they are living. She is Sharon's gg-grandma.
19
Wm. L. (T?) Hamrick m
1858
2

VA

19
James N. Hamrick m
Dec 1859
7mo.

VA
James Newton Hamrick is Ona Byrne's daddy, Stan's grandpa, Sharon's g-grandpa, Sarah's gg-grandpa, and Tate's ggg-grandpa.
01

Wm. Hamrick
m

62



We found this same William and family in the 1850 census of Nicholas Co., above, and we're convinced this is the family of our Randolph Hamrick for the reasons listed there.
01
Elizabeth Hamrick f

54




01
Almera Hamrick f

21




01
Jasper N. Hamrick m

20




01
Abeneth Hamrick f

15




01
Alexander B. Hamrick m

11




01
Wm. H. Seira Hamrick m

3




01
Benjn. C. Hamrick m

7mo.






























































































































From the 6 Jun
1900
U. S. Census of Henry Magistrate Dist., Clay Co., WV
Address/
Res/Fam
Name
Relat
to HoH
Race/
Sex
DOB
Age
MS/
Yrs.Md.

#Ch./
#Lvg.
POB
S/F/M
Occ.
John M. Gwin Comments
---
/87/96
James N. Hamrick
head
wm
Oct 1859
40
m/18

WV/WV/WV
farmer
This is James Newton Hamrick.

Oceola Hamrick wife
wf
Mar 1856
44
m/18
9/9
WV/WV/WV
This is the former Oceola Stephenson. Whether that is her maiden name or her name by her first marriage is not yet known.

Australia Hamrick daughter
wf
Apr 1884
16
s

WV/WV/WV


Orien L. Hamrick son
wm
Apr 1887
13
s

WV/WV/WV


Blanch M. Hamrick daughter wf
Sep 1889
10
s

WV/WV/WV


Thomas S. Hamrick son
wm
Nov 1891
8
s

WV/WV/WV


Nona P. Hamrick daughter wf
Apr 1894
6
s

WV/WV/WV


Benjamin R. Hamrick son
wm
July 1897
2
s

WV/WV/WV


Ona Byrne Hamrick son
wm
Jun 1899
11mo.
s

WV/WV/WV
Here is Sharon's grandpa, "Big Daddy" to all his kids and grandkids.
---/
93/102
Ra__ [illeg] Hamrick
head
wm
Jan 1836
64
m/40

WV/WV/WV farmer
Randolph can be made out through the scribble if you know what you're looking for.  This, then, is the father of James Newton.

Dicy Hamrick wife
wf
Feb 1840
60
m/40
7/7
WV/WV/WV
I seem to remember from somewhere that Dicey's maiden name was Mullins. She'd've been about ten years old in the 1850 census, so I'll look there for her as a Mullins and see if she turns up.
Ok, I found her in 1860, above, where she and Randolph are living in the home of Thomas and Mary Mullins who must indeed be her parents.

Robert D. Hamrick nephew
wm
Dec 1882
17
m

WV/WV/WV day laborer


Emma N. Hamrick boarder
wf
Aug 1881
18
s

WV/WV/WV

---/
94/103
James A. Hamrick head
wm
Oct 1869
30
m/6

WV/WV/WV


Jenette Hamrick wife
wf
Mar 1875
25
m/6
0/0
WV/WV/WV








































































































































































From the 25-29 Apr 1910 U. S. Census of Henry Magistrate Dist., Clay Co., WV
Address/
Res/Fam
Name
Relat
to HoH
Race/
Sex
Age
MS/
Yrs.Md.

#Ch./
#Lvg.
POB
S/F/M
Occ.
John M. Gwin Comments
---/
141/141
James N. Hamrick
head
wm
49
m1/26

WV/WV/WV
gen. farm farmer


Oceola Hamrick wife
wf
51
m2/26
9/9
WV/WV/WV
Aha! All this time we've been wondering how Oceola could be 100% Native American and have the surname Stephenson. Here we have the first indication that she was married twice. Perhaps that will throw more light onto the picture.

Sherman Hamrick son
wm
19


WV/WV/WV Home farm farmer


Nona Hamrick daughter
wf
16


WV/WV/WV


Benjamin A. Hamrick son
wm
14


WV/WV/WV


Byrne Hamrick son
wm
11


WV/WV/WV

---/
143/143
Owen S. Hamrick
head
wm
23
m1/1

WV/WV/WV farmer, gen. farm


Glena
wife
wf
19
m1/1
1/1
WV/WV/WV


Gilbert R.
son
wm
1mo.


WV/WV/WV

---/
147/147
Charles Paxton
head
wm
37
m1/18

WV/WV/WV Foreman, section crew


Bertha C. Paxton wife
wf
38
m1/18
9/8
WV/WV/WV


Winnie Paxton daughter
wf
18
s

WV/WV/WV


Lawrence Paxton son
wm
16
s

WV/WV/WV


Riley Paxton son
wm
13
s

WV/WV/WV


Oscar Paxton son
wm
11
s

WV/WV/WV


Dorthy Paxton daughter
wf
9
s

WV/WV/WV
Dorothy Belle Paxton will marry Ona Byrne Hamrick and become my wife Sharon's grandmother.

Rhoda Paxton daughter
wf
8
s

WV/WV/WV


Raymond Paxton son
wm
6
s

WV/WV/WV


Ray (Roy?) Paxton son
wm
3
s

WV/WV/WV

---/
160/160
Sarah Hamrick
none
wf
22
s

WV/WV/WV
Boarding house cook
She could be a daughter of James (and sister of Byrne).
---/
133/133
Abijah Hamrick
head
wm
48
m1/21

WV/VA/VA Gen. farm farmer
This Hamrick family may be related farther back, since his--and her--parents were from "Virginia" and not "West Virginia"

Mary A. Hamrick
wife
wf
47
m1/21
8/8
WV/VA/VA none


Sim (Sam?) B. Hamrick
son
wm
19
s

WV/WV/WV Laborer, Train Road


Genevieve Hamrick
daughter
wf
17
s

WV/WV/WV none

Bishop L. Hamrick
son
wm
15
s

WV/WV/WV laborer, farm


Lloyd D. Hamrick
son
wm
12
s

WV/WV/WV farmer, home farm


Della S. Hamrick
daughter wf
10
s

WV/WV/WV none

Goldie M. Hamrick
daughter wf
8
s

WV/WV/WV none

Granger R. Hamrick
son
wm
6
s

WV/WV/WV none

Fannie F. Hamrick
daughter wf
3
s

WV/WV/WV none
---/103/103
Vondom Hamrick head
wm
27
m1/5

WV/WV/WV
This is Earl (middle name is perhaps Vandam) Hamrick and his family; he is very possibly one of the two oldest children of James and Oceola Hamrick.

Zara Hamrick wife
wf
28
m1/5
3/3
PA/PA/PA


Audrey Hamrick daughter
wf
5
s

WV/WV/PA


Dallie Hamrick daughter wf
3
s

WV/WV/PA


Dessie Hamrick daughter wf
1mo.
s

WV/WV/PA













From the 19 Jan 1920 U. S. Census of Henry Magistrate Dist., Clay Co., WV
(The census-taker for this census was James N. Hamrick himself.)
Street/
Res/Fam
Name
Relat
to HoH
Race/
Sex
Age
MS
POB
S/F/M
Occ.
John M. Gwin Comments
FM/68/68
Earl (Vandon?) Hamrick
head
wm
36
m
WV/WV/WV
farmer/
proprietor


Zora Hamrick wife
wf
36
m
WV/WV/WV none


Audra Hamrick daughter
wf
15
s
WV/WV/WV none

Dallie Hamrick daughter
wf
13
s
WV/WV/WV none

Dessie M. Hamrick daughter
wf
10
s
WV/WV/WV none

Mary Hamrick daughter
wf
7
s
WV/WV/WV none
FM/70/70
Lee Hamrick
head
wm
34
m
WV/WV/WV farmer/
proprietor


Glenna Hamrick wife
wf
30
m
WV/WV/WV none

Gilbert Hamrick son
wm
10
s
WV/WV/WV none

Gilmer Hamrick son
wm
8
s
WV/WV/WV none

Elbert Hamrick son
wm
6
s
WV/WV/WV none

Leaty Hamrick daughter
wf
3yr. 6mo.
s
WV/WV/WV none

Stanley Hamrick son
wm
1yr. 1mo.
s
WV/WV/WV none
FM/71/71
James N. Hamrick head
wm
60
m
WV/WV/WV farmer/
proprietor
James is the patriarch of the clan. I hope that earlier census reports will tell us which of the other Hamrick heads in this census chart are his children. (I'm betting all will be.)

Oceola Hamrick wife
wf
62
m
WV/WV/WV none Oceola is the matriarch. She is Stan's grandmother, alleged to be full-blooded Seminole.

Nona Hamrick daughter
wf
25
s
WV/WV/WV none Are Earl, Golda, and Dorotha the children of this Nona? If so, who is their father? Why do they have the Hamrick surname?

Earl Hamrick grandson
wm
5
s
WV/WV/WV none

Golda Hamrick granddaughter
wf
3yr. 10mo.
s
WV/WV/WV none

Dorotha Hamrick granddaughter wf
10mo.
s
WV/WV/WV none
FM/72/72
Sherman Hamrick head
wm
30
m
WV/WV/WV farmer/
proprietor
I wonder if Stanford Sherman Hamrick was named for this uncle of Stan's.

Alice Hamrick wife
wf
24
m
WV/WV/WV none

Macel Hamrick daughter
wf
8
s
WV/WV/WV none

Ethel Hamrick daughter
wf
6
s
WV/WV/WV none

Lawrence Hamrick son
wm
2yr. 6mo.
s
WV/WV/WV none
X/73/73
Benjamin Hamrick head
wm
23
m
WV/WV/WV railroad section


Ocie Hamrick wife
wf
21
m
WV/WV/WV none
This must be the former Ocie Blakely.

Byrne Hamrick head
wm
20
m
WV/WV/WV railroad section

Dorotha Hamrick wife
wf
[illegb.]
m
WV/WV/WV none


Laura Blakely
mother-in-law
wf
40
wd.
WV/WV/WV none
This must be the mother of Ocie, not Dorothy; Dorothy was a Paxton.

From the 11-12 Apr 1930 U. S. Census of Henry Magistrate Dist., Clay Co., WV
Street/
Res/Fam
Name
Relat
to HoH
Race/
Sex
Age
MS/
Age
1stMd.

POB
S/F/M
Occ.
John M. Gwin Comments
--/65/65
Byrne O. Homrick
head
wm
30
m/18
WV/WV/WV
Car inspector, railroad
Ona "Onie" Byrne Hamrick--
Yes, the census taker really wrote the last name this way. To make finding them even harder, Ancestry.com mistranscribed it by making the kay an aitch.

Dorothy Homrick wife
wf
30
m/18
WV/WV/WV none
Dorothy Belle "Mom" Paxton Hamrick

Keneth B. Homrick son
wm
10
s
WV/WV/WV none
Kenneth "Kenny" Byrne Hamrick

Stanford Homrick son
wm
7
s
WV/WV/WV none
Stanford Sherman "Stan" "Stub" Hamrick
Sharon's daddy and my father-in-law

Leona Homrick dau
wf
4yr.
7mo.
s
WV/WV/WV
none
Leona June Hamrick
---/74/74
Sherman T. Hamrick
head
wm
37
m/18
WV/WV/WV farmer, general agriculture


Alice M. Hamrick wife
wf
34
m/15
WV/WV/WV none

Maysel S. Hamrick daughter
wf
18
s
WV/WV/WV none

Larence J. Hamrick son
wm
12
s
WV/WV/WV none

Tressie R. Hamrick daughter wf
10
s
WV/WV/WV none

Woodroe W. Hamrick son
wm
8
s
WV/WV/WV none

Hazel G. Hamrick daughter wf
5
s
WV/WV/WV none

Grody R. Hamrick son
wm
3yr.
7mo.
s
WV/WV/WV none Probably Grady. (This census taker often makes his a's exactly the way he makes his o's, leaving it to the reader to interpret which is intended.)
---/75/75
E. Vandorn Hamrick head
wm
48
m/22
WV/WV/WV farmer, general agriculture

Zara E. Hamrick wife
wf
49
m/23
PA/PA/PA
none

Dollie D. Hamrick daughter wf
22
s
WV/WV/PA
none

Mary O. Hamrick daughter wf
17
s
WV/WV/PA none

Fonda O. Hamrick daughter wf
9
s
WV/WV/PA none

Lana O. Hamrick daughter wf
6
s
WV/WV/PA none
---/76/76
James N. Hamrick head
wm
70
wd/22
WV/WV/WV farmer, general agriculture Here's James Newton Hamrick again, probably for his last census.

Earl N. Hamrick son
wm
16
s
WV/WV/WV none

Martha Dawson
servant
wf
55
m/[illegb.] WV/WV/WV none

Lee O. Dawson
boarder
wm
15
s
WV/WV/WV laborer





Some Additional Information



One source, I believe on the LDS site, lists Patrick's family as follows:

1.--Patrick Hamrick, Sr., b. ca. 1684, Ireland; d. ca. Mar 1764, Manassas, Prince William, VA; m. ca. 1711, at St. Mary's Parish, Richmond, VA, to Margaret Ingles (d/o Robert Ingles, b. abt 1665, and Sarah Cox, d/o Sem/Lem Cox.**); 9 children

2.1--Patrick Hamrick, Jr., b. ; d. ; m. ; children
2.2--James Hamrick, Sr., b. ; d. ; m. ; children
2.3--Robert Hamrick, b. ; d. ; m. ; children
2.4--John Hamrick, b. ; d. ; m. ; children
2.5--_____ Hamrick,  b. ; d. ; m. ; children
2.6--_____ Hamrick,  b. ; d. ; m. ; children
2.7--Joseph Hamrick,  b. ; d. ; m. ; children
2.8--_____ Hamrick,  b. ; d. ; m. ; children
2.9--Benjamin Hamrick, Sr., b. ; d. ; m. ; children
**see following section:


But on 28 Aug. 1999, a second source, Kathy, posted the following on GedCom's Ingles Family Genealogy Forum:

Re: Margaret Ingles born abt 1869 d VA
Posted by: Kathy
Date: August 28, 1999 at 14:28:02
In Reply to: Margaret Ingles born abt 1869 d VA by Linda Clifton

I, too, am looking ror information on Margaret Ingles. Her father was Robert Ingles, born abt 1665.  Mother was Sarah Cox, daughter of Sem/Lem Cox. That's about all I know.

Patrick and Margaret's children were:

Benjamin,
James,
Patrick,
Robert,
Rebecca,
John,
Joseph, and
Elizabeth.
I am from their son Benjamin who married Mary Sias.


 
 
Re: "Dicey" Mullins ca. 1825 south-central WV
Posted by: gary mullins
Date: September 29, 1999 at 17:37:01
In Reply to: by John M. Gwin

Dear John, Check out the files of Don Norman thru your search engines.

Dicena Mullins, a daughter of Thomas and Mary (Wright) Mullins, was born February 28, 1840, and died April 26, 1924. She married Randolph Hamrick November 13, 1886. Randolph, a son of William Newton and Elizabeth (Brown) Hamrick, was born January 13, 1836 and died March 13, 1908. 
(1). William Thomas Hamrick b. Apr 7 1858 d.Dec 8 1927; m. Ellender A. Hamrick Nov 13 1886
(2). James Newton Hamrick b. Oct 15 1859 d.Jul 19 1931; m. Osceola Stephenson Oct 2 1881
(3). Mary Elizabeth Hamrick b.1862; m. Daniel Wilson Dec 25 1879
(4). Dorthea Maryland Hamrick b.Apr 10 1864 d.Jun 27 1937; m. Houston White Apr 4 1885
(5). Ignebo Alzina Elizabeth Hamrick b.Oct 1 1866 d.Mar 1 1924; m1. Mance Hamrick Sep 1 1881; m2. Hedgemann Triplett; m3. John Rymer
(6). Sarah Jane Hamrick b.Apr 28 1869 d.Apr 5 1947; m. William Bailes Jun 18 1888
(7). Rebecca M. Hamrick b.Apr 10 1874 d.Aug 7 1952; m. Morgan Blankenship Sep 20 1892
--------------------------------------------------

1860 Clay County census
http://www.rootsweb.com/~wvclay/index.htm

MULLENS, Thomas- 48/ Mary- 47/
William- 16/
Jane- 15/
Lidia- 12/
Thomas H G- 10/
HAMRICK, Randolph- 24/
Dicy- 20/
William T-  2/
James N- 7/12

Thomas was the son of William H. Mullins and Mary ? William H. married 2. Betsy Roberts in Floyd Co KY 1818. Also on the 1860 census


Noteworthy heritage:
Two Hamricks of Randolph's kin posed for the WV STATE Seal.
The Golden Delicious Apple was discovered on the farm of Anderson Mullins and was known as the "Mullins Yellow Apple".
Anderson is also kin to the above Mullinses.
Lee Triplette son of Hedgeman was an award winning "Old Time" Fiddle player.

Gary Mullins
Charleston WV




[John M. Gwin Note: The following article, "Benjamin Hamrick, Patriot," was copied from the excellent page located at http://www.rootsweb.com/~wvclay/BHam.htm (1) to make it further accessible to Hamrick researchers and (2) to help preserve it in the event it goes offline at some future date.]

Benjamin Hamrick - Patriot

 
INTRODUCTION - This report was compiled by Arthur R. Friend in September of 2001. My wife is Merida Holcomb Friend formerly of Widen, W.Va. Her parents were Herbert S. and Gertrude Hamric Holcomb. A report detailing my wife's Hamric Family line can be seen by clicking here on Hamric/Hamrick Family

One of the more colorful individuals in my wife's Hamrick Line was her gggg-grandfather Benjamin Hamrick. Benjamin served extensively during three different periods throughout the Revolutionary War, and this paper will attempt to pull together most of what is known about Benjamin Hamrick concerning his military service and his post military life as well. Please note that this is not intended to be a research effort but rather is a compilation of information obtained from several different sources. 

PHASE 1 - THE MINUTEMAN - Benjamin Hamrick was born in Prince William County, Va., now Fauquier County, in 1755. Fauquier County is located some 45 miles southwest of Washington, D.C. and is about 150 miles from Williamsburg, Va., as the crow flies. Benjamin's Revolutionary War record begins in 1775 when he enlisted in the military service of the colonial government of Virginia as a "Minute Man" and served for a period of six months.

To understand what caused Benjamin to enlist in the military one has to understand the political climate in Virginia in 1775. The possibility of war and rebellion had become a real possibility and hostilities had actually broken out at Lexington and Concord in Massachusetts. Relations between the Virginia House of Burgesses and the King's appointed Governor Dunmore had reached a breaking point. Governor Dunmore, fearing for his safety eventually fled to the port of Norfolk where he established his office on one of the British ships anchored in the harbor.

Perhaps Virginius Dabney in his book Virginia--The New Dominion best describes the political climate in Virginia in 1775. A paraphrase from his book reads as follows. "With Dunmore in flight, the Virginia convention which met in July of 1775 decided to put Virginia on a war footing. Two regiments of troops were to be raised and the militia were to be revitalized. A Committee of Safety was created, with Edmund Pendleton as chairman. The Committee of Safety, under Pendleton, decided to move against Dunmore with the Second Regiment, under command of Colonel William Woodford."

Colonel Woodford was not only a veteran soldier, but he commanded a regiment of hardened fighters, many of whom wore hunting shirts with the legend "Liberty or Death" and carried tomahawks and scalping knives. Dunmore, flushed with an easy earlier victory at Kempsville, and unaware of the caliber of the opponents he now faced, decided to attack Woodford at Great Bridge, on the southern branch of the Elizabeth River near Norfolk. He assembled perhaps six hundred troops, including all his regulars, sixty Tories, a couple of hundred Negroes, now known as the Ethiopian Corps, and a few sailors.

The Americans were entrenched behind breastworks, and they waited until the attackers came within fifty yards. At that point their sharpshooters opened up and mowed down the assaulting force. The latter fell back in disorder. On arriving in Norfolk, they rowed out to their ships. Tory families in the town made haste to follow them, beyond reach of the enraged patriots".

When Benjamin Hamrick enlisted in the military in November of 1775 it was to be part of Colonel William Woodford's Second Regiment. Benjamin enlisted as a "minuteman" to serve for a period of 6 months. And perhaps here it would be well to define the term minuteman. In the years just before the Revolutionary War, volunteers were organized into military companies and trained to bear arms. These men were called minutemen because they were prepared to fight "at a minute's notice". In 1775, several colonies trained minutemen companies at the suggestion of the Continental Congress, Virginia being one such colony.

The most famous minutemen came from Massachusetts. Minutemen fought side by side with the militia at Lexington and Concord. The minutemen groups disappeared when regular armies were formed.

As stated earlier, in a straight line, Fauquier County was some 150 miles from Williamsburg. How Benjamin Hamrick got to Williamsburg or even came to be in Williamsburg is not known. But it was there that he joined the military as a minuteman for a period of six months.

PHASE 2 - CONTINENTAL ARMY - Benjamin Hamrick had enlisted in the military service of the colonial government of Virginia as a minuteman. His period of enlistment was for 6 months.

In October, 1776, Benjamin enlisted in the Third Virginia Regiment under Captain John Chilton and marched from Williamsburg to Alexandria, Virginia, and from there to New York, where he joined the regular Continental Army on December 9, 1777.

Benjamin had enlisted in the military service of the Virginia colonial government for six months in November of 1775. The period of time between the expiration of his enlistment and his joining the Third Virginia Regiment in October, 1776, is unaccounted for except perhaps he had reenlisted for a second six-month period. In any event, it is a daunting undertaking by Benjamin and the others to march some 150 miles from Williamsburg to Alexandria, Virginia, and then another 200 miles or so on to New York.

One account of Benjamin Hamrick's service in the Continental Army gives the following synopsis:

Benjamin Hamrick participated in several of the most decisive battles of the Revolutionary War. Records of the Revolutionary War (War Department, Washington, D.C.) disclose that he was at the capture of Trenton on December 26, 1776, when George Washington one sleety night crossed the ice-clogged Delaware River and captured one thousand prisoners and seized a large amount of equipment. Benjamin fought at the Battle of Princeton on January 3, 1777. He engaged in the Battle of Brandywine Creek on September 11, 1777, at which battle General Lafayette was wounded. On October 4, 1777, he engaged in the Battle of Germantown near Philadelphia.

Benjamin Hamrick was attached to the 3rd and 4th Virginia Regiments at Valley Forge under Captain John Blackwell commanded by Lt.Colonel William Heth. At the time Benjamin entered service, he was a private earning six and two-thirds dollars a month. In April, 1778, he was commissioned corporal and received seven and one-third dollars per month Virginia Currency.

Benjamin's record shows that he was frequently assigned to scout duty and that he was in the service in Virginia at the time of the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown on October 19, 1781.

A significant phase of Benjamin Hamrick's Continental Army service was the fact that he was at Valley Forge during the winter of 1777 and 1778. The World Book Encyclopedia gives the following account of Valley Forge:
Valley Forge, Pa., (population 450) is a village on the Schuylkill River, about 45 miles west of Philadelphia. General George Washington camped there in the terrible winter of 1777 and 1778, during the Revolutionary War. These months were discouraging for the American cause. Washington's Continental Army had to endure several months of bitter suffering.

Washington led his troops to Valley Forge after his defeats at Philadelphia and Germantown, Pa. His soldiers had little food, and too little clothing to protect themselves from the cold. The Continental Congress could not provide additional supplies to fill the men's needs. The army of about 11,000 lived in crude log huts that they built themselves. On December 23, 1777, Washington wrote "We have this day no less than 2,873 men in camp unfit for duty because they are barefooted and otherwise naked."

More than 3,000 soldiers died during this period. Many others were too weak or too sick to fight, because of a smallpox epidemic. At the same time, the people around Valley Forge were enjoying all the comforts of a rich countryside, because little fighting took place at this time. The British lived a gay life in Philadelphia at this time. The American soldiers found the region about the camp unfriendly to them.

The winter at Valley Forge tested the loyalty of the American troops. Only dedicated patriots stayed with the Continental Army.

Benjamin Hamrick was one of these dedicated patriots who survived the endurance test at Valley Forge. And his presence there is well documented. The Valley Forge Society of the Descendants has been formed to commemorate the service of the men who served at Valley Forge during the terrible winter of 1777 and 1778. Benjamin Hamrick is listed on the roster of men who served as displayed on their website. [John M. Gwin Note: I found a website for Descendants of Washington's Army at Valley Forge at http://my.execpc.com/~drg/widwavf.html.

But there is a dark or down side to Benjamin's service with the Continental Army. It was noted above that in April of 1778, Benjamin was promoted from private to corporal. The reason is not known, but one could surmise that it was for outstanding soldiering of some kind. But a textual version of a muster roll record shows that Benjamin was reduced back to private. This muster roll record reads as follows:

3 & 7 Reg. VA
Benjamin Hamrick
Private
Capt. John Blackwell's Co. of the 3rd and 7th Virginia
Reg't commanded by Lt/Col. William Heth
Revolutionary War
Appears on Company Muster Roll of the org. named above for the month of Aug., 1778
Roll dated Camp White Plains, September 1, 1778
Enlisted 9 Dec., 1777
Term of Enlistment - 3 years
Remarks: Reduced from Corp. 14 Aug.
But even more significant, however, is the fact that Benjamin probably deserted from the Continental Army. Another muster roll record reads as follows:
3rd & 4th
Ben Hamrick, Pvt.
Captain John Blackwell's Co. in the 3rd Virginia Reg't of Foot commanded by Col. John Nevill
Revolutionary War
Appears on Company Muster Roll of the org. named for the month of June, 1779
Roll dated Smiths Clove (Grove) July 1, 1779
Enlisted D 9, 1777 (December)
Term of enlistment - 3 years
Remarks: Deserted June 24
If one reads Joseph McMillion's (Benjamin Hamrick's brother's-in-law) deposition (printed below) given in hopes of getting Benjamin Hamrick's Federal pension reinstated in 1835, one can see that in early 1779 Benjamin and his fellow soldiers came home on a forty-day furlough. And according to McMillion, Benjamin and his buddies returned to service with the Continental Army when their furlough was over. But later in the year, Benjamin came back to the area saying he was clear of army service by putting a man in his place. It was at that time that Benjamin married Nancy McMillion, Joseph's sister. But word came to the county that Benjamin had deserted. And when he set out to leave the area, he was taken up (arrested?) and put in jail until, according to Benjamin, with the help of friends he raised a thousand dollars and hired a man to take his place. Although McMillion states that he saw Benjamin's discharge papers many times, Benjamin was not able to produce such when applying for his pension. Benjamin's application was first approved and then terminated because "you left the army without leave and before your term had expired." Updated DAR records show that Benjamin's service status as: Corporal MM VA pensioner. DAR application for this line closed at this time--no proof of a discharge, and he never signed the muster out book nor collected his final pay. The last pay voucher listed he was not present with no record after that time--he may have deserted.

Some maintain that because of Benjamin's desertion, the DAR no longer recognizes him as a patriot. However, please note that in August of 2001, the writer, with the help of his sister, Linda Friend Adams, who is currently the registrar for the Williamsburg, VA., Chapter of the DAR, obtained a copy of the file from DAR Heaquarters on Benjamin Hamrick. It appears that the line may NOT be closed and may be open and available for use by applicants for membership in the DAR.

And so it seems that Benjamin Hamrick was something of a free spirit to say the least. He weathered the awful winter at Valley Forge and remained one of the dedicated patriots of whom George Washington spoke. And yet--and this is sheer speculation on my part--he possibly deserted because of his love for Nancy McMillion. She lived about three miles from him in Faquier County, and perhaps he spent a great deal of time with her while on furlough early in 1779, because after he apparently deserted later in the year, he returned to Faquier County and married her in the fall of 1779. Or, then again, perhaps it was just boredom on Benjamin's part. Given his apparent nature and the fact that this part of Washington's Army did not appear to engage in any more major battles from the time of Benjamin's "desertion" until Yorktown, he may have just gotten bored and left. We probably will never know why. However, we know one thing for certain. If Benjamin truely did desert, it was not because of cowardice or lack of personal courage. His war record certainly attests to that.

PHASE 3 - YORKTOWN -- Joseph McMillion in his support of Benjamin Hamrick's petition for a Federal pension stated that "Benjamin built a house in the year 1780 and lived at my father's. He was drafted in the year 1781 in Fauquier County, Va., and was on duty at the time Cornwallis was in Virginia."

My wife and I live in Williamsburg, Va., which is about 12 miles from the Yorktown Battlefield. Upon checking with the National Park Service personnel who run the visitors' center at Yorktown, we were told that records are very sketchy concerning the roster of American troops at the battle. They just don't exist, neither at Yorktown nor in the National Archives in Washington, D.C. We were told, however, that Benjamin Hamrick's name did appear as serving with the Virginia Regulars at the time. They could not tell us if he participated in the actual Battle of Yorktown. This, of course, adds to the confusion about Benjamin ever being honorably discharged from the service. Would there not have been a record of his discharge after Yorktown if he had been drafted back into the Virginia Regulars? And if he had deserted earlier, would there not have been a record of it that would have come forth when he was drafted in 1781? It appears that the question of Benjamin's desertion and subsequent resolution as he maintains may never be solved.

PENSION REQUESTS -- Benjamin Hamrick appears to have applied for two different pensions after his service in the Revolutionary War.

STATE OF VIRGINIA PENSION -- Confirmation on the first of these requests is from Mayme Hamrick's book, The Hamrick and Other Families + Indian Lore. On pages 29-35, Hamrick writes "In 1820, Benjamin Hamrick was living in Nicholas County. In 1826, he petitioned the General Assembly of Virginia for a pension for service rendered in the military service in the Colony of Virginia and the Continental Army. The petition specifies the home of the petitioner as Nicholas County but does not designate the exact location of his residence. That he was totally disabled, due to exposure, privations and hardships, experienced during the Revolutionary War, is clearly set forth in his petition. The bill for pension, although passed by the Lower House, was rejected by the Senate of the General Assembly in 1826 and 1827. It was in support of the above petition that Joel Hamrick executed an affidavit in which he stated that he remembered when Benjamin Hamrick went to war and that I saw him leave his grandfather's and go to join his troops". As best can be determined, this pension request was from the State of Virginia and is separate and distinct from Benjamin's effort to obtain a pension from the Federal Government since these efforts took place prior to the act passed by Congress in 1832 which allowed for the granting of Revolutionary War service pensions. This pension request appears to have eventually been approved by the State of Virginia to start on March 4, 1831, at the rate of 80 dollars per year.

FEDERAL PENSION -- In 1832 the United States Congress passed a bill allowing for pensions to those men who had served in the Continental Army. A copy of Benjamin Hamrick's pension request under this law follows:

State of Virginia, County of Nicholas:

On 7 Sep 1832, personally appeared in Superior Court of Nicholas County...., "Benjamin Hamrick, a resident of the said county of Nicholas and the state of Virginia aged seventy-five years who being first duly sworn according to law doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the provision made by the Act of Congress passed June 7, 1832. That he enlisted in the army of the United States in the year 1776 with Captain John Chilton (or Shelton) and served in the Third Regiment of the Virginia line under the following named officers. The company was commanded by Capt. Shelton, the Regiment by Col--Mercer and the Brigade by General Woodford. He left the service (he thinks) in the fall of 1780 and served during the whole time under the same enlistment. At the time he enlisted he resided in Fauquier County, Virginia. The company to which he belonged rendezvoused at the Court House of said county and the regiment at Williamsburg, Virginia, whence they marched to Alexandria and whence they were ordered to New York Island in the state of New York where they joined the regular army. He was present at the battle of Trenton and the taking of nine hundred Hessians as it was said. He was then at the battle of Princeton where he aided in taking (as it was said) 300 prisoners. He was at the memorable battle of Brandywine and also at the battle of Germantown. These were all the memorable battles in which he participated. Before he enlisted as above stated he was taken with the service in the state of Virginia as a minuteman under the same Captain John Shelton. He entered the service as a minute man in the month of November, 1775, he resided then in the same county and state as aforesaid. The Regiment to which he belonged was commanded by Col Edward Stephens and General Woodford and he served under this draft during the term of six months. He was at the defeat of Captain Fordices company of Germandurs at the Great Bridge on the east branch of Elizabeth River which was the only engagement he was in during this period of time..." "At the time he left service he received a written discharge from General Woodford and at the time he left the continental service he received a written discharge from General Joseph Weeden. But where they are now he does not know." Signed (in his own writing) Benjamin Hamrick

Apparently his Federal pension was approved, and as a private in the Continental Army, he received $80.00 starting on December 1, 1832, when he was 77 years old, and he received a total of $240.00. However, his pension was declared invalid on December 7, 1835, because "you left the army without leave and before your term had expired." Joseph McMillion (Benjamin's brother-in-law) filed a deposition on behalf of Benjamin Hamrick in 1835 in an effort to get his pension reinstated. Following is the text of Joseph McMillion's deposition:
McMILLION DEPOSITION -- Whereas Benjamin Hamrick, now of Nicholas County, Virginia, a soldier of the Revolution, cannot draw his pension under the late restrictions of the War Department for want of better proof of his services. Therefore, in order to effect that (objects?) I, Joseph McMillion, who am seventy years of age of sound mind and memory, give the following statements of what I will recall of relative to said Hamrick's services as a soldier in the War of the Revolution. I have been personally acquainted with said Benj. Hamrick when he was a soldier. His father lived about three miles from my father's. When I was a boy about ten or twelve years of age and said Hamrick was a young man. When Capt. Jn Chilton of Fauquier County, Va., with his lieutenants Jn Blackwell and the late Thos Marshall enlisted a company called minute men in the year 1775 (the said Benj. Hamrick being one of them), about which time the battle of the great bridge in Va was fought. When that year was finished, Capt Chilton came home to the upper part of Fauquier County and his company or the greater part of them enlisted again for three year, said Hamrick being one of those who enlisted and was gone three years. I understood often from him that he was in all the principal battles in New York, Jersey, and Pennsylvania. I have heard him talk of the battles of Germantown and Brandywine, and in particular Capt. Jhn Chilton's being killed at Brandywine and many of his men wounded and killed. I also understood from said Hamrick and many of fellow soldiers when they came home that Jhn Blackwell (Capt. Chilton's first Lieut.) was their capt. in (lieu?) of Chilton who had been killed-and served under him until the end of their term of service, and enlisted again under Capt Blackwell. The greater part of them came home on furlough for forty days. Said Hamrick at that time came to my father's with four or five of the men, and stayed in the neighborhood till the furlough was expired. When Capt John Blackwell with his company returned to the army, said Hamrick being one of them, I think it was the year 1779, they returned (about Feb). Said Hamrick came back to my father in the fall, said he was clear by putting a man in his place. He married my sister about that time. But word come to the county that he had deserted. He set off to go to the (west?) but was taken up and lodged in Winchester jail. From there he was taken with some recruits to Fredricksburg. The officer let the sergeant call with him at my father's to see his wife. When by the help of his friends he hired a man for a thousand dollars (Continental money) to go in his place during the war, he went on to Fredricksburg and was discharged by Genl. Mulinburgh. I saw his discharge often, or more than once or twice. The said Hamrick built a house in the year 1780 and lived at my father's. He was drafted in the year 1781 in Fauquier County, Va., and was on duty at the time Cornwallis was in Virginia. I think said Hamrick is about seventy-eight years old. He was born in Prince William County, Va., and unlisted in Fauquier County, Va. His officers were those already stated. He was attached to the Third Virginia Regiment those first three years commanded by Col. Thos Marshall, Greensboro County, Va. To Wit -- Joseph McMillion.
The deposition of Joseph McMillion is handwritten and practically without punctuation. An attempt has been made to make it as readable as possible. In any event, McMillion's deposition had no effect on the status of Benjamin Hamrick's Federal pension, as it was never reinstated.

POST WAR HISTORY -- It is disclosed by tax lists and census records (Virginia State Archives, Richmond Virginia, between 1783 and 1786) that Benjamin was one of the early settlers in Greenbrier County, Va. (now W.Va.). His name remains on the lists until 1796. At that time in history, Greenbrier County included the present counties of Kanawha, Nicholas, Braxton, Greenbrier and parts of Monroe in West Virginia. It is believed that he resided close to Cherry Tree Bottom where the town of Richwood, Nicholas County, W.Va., is now located.

In 1793 an alarm sounded of an intended Indian raid. Benjamin hastily fled with his family to Donnally's Fort in present Greenbrier County, near the town of Frankfort, W.Va. He then is believed to have settled on the Birch River. In 1818 Benjamin received a land grant for 100 acres in Randolph County, Va., (now W.Va.). It is not known if he ever settled on this land. In 1820, Benjamin lived in Nicholas County and in 1823 he was awarded a land grant of 100 acres in Nicholas County. In 1836 it is believed that Benjamin was living in the portion of Nicholas County that was included within the boundary of the newly created Braxton County. In 1838, he moved to Webster County and lived there until his death in 1842.

One source reports that Benjamin is believed to be buried in the Benjamin Hamrick Cemetery located on the originial Hamrick homestead near Magoo in Webster County. The cemetery is located on the north side of the Elk River, six miles above the town of Webster Springs. Although the senior Benjamin is believed to be buried in one of the more than a dozen graves in the cemetery marked by plain uninscribed slate stones, there is no absolute proof of that fact. It makes sense, though, that the body is there, along with his wife Nancy McMillion. He was 87 years old at his death.





 

Hamric/Hamrick Family

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THE HAMRICK FAMILY OF WIDEN, WEST VIRGINIA

PROLOGUE- This report was compiled by Arthur R. Friend in September of 2001. My wife is Merida Holcomb Friend formerly of Widen, W.Va. Her parents were Herbert S. and Gertrude Hamric Holcomb. The purpose of this paper is to document the genealogy of my wife's branch of the Hamrick Family. Please note that all the ancestors in this line spelled the family name Hamrick except Allen Corley Hamric (my wife's grandfather) who dropped the "k" for some unknown reason. A large part of the following came from the Don Norman files that present extensive data on many Central West Virginia families. The remainder came from the Internet, public records and personal contacts.

INTRODUCTION - The Hamrick name has many variations - Hamrick, Hambrick, Hemrick, Hamric, Hambrugg and Amory, Emery, Amery, Ammmory, Emmery and others.

The only consistency seems to be the "M" and "R". The M can be AM, EM, HAM, which all sound similar. The R can be ORY, ERY, BR and the final sound depended on how the individual clipped the ends of his words or the brogue he used may be ICK, E, Y, UGG, OK and others.

English surname researchers say that the Vikings may have brought the name to Northern Scotland in 870 AD. Later these Scots and their King Thorofin Rollo invaded France in 960 AD and lay siege to Paris. The French King, Charles the Simple, conceded defeat and awarded the victors Northern France or Normandy. Later Rollo married the King's daughter.

The first written record of the Hamrick name was at Tours in Normandy in 1027 by William D'Amore and his son Gilbert D'Amore in b. 1058. After the Norman Conquest, Gilbert D'Amore b. 1084 is found in England. (LDS Ancestral File)

One of the descendants of Rollo was the Duke of Normandy who conquered England in 1066. The Amore name is found in the Doomsday Book and other documents of that time. The family held positions at four Courts and were given vast land holdings for their part in the invasion.

Later, the descendants moved throughout England, Scotland and County Claire in Ireland where they occupied Bunratty Castle.

This introductory information was taken from the Hamrick/Hambrick Web Site maintained by Mr. J. R. McKinney on the Braxton County, W.Va., Genealogical Pages under the West Virginia Genealogical Web Site. The Web address for Mr. McKinney's Web Site is http://homepage.rootsweb.com/~hamrick/

PATRICK HAMRICK -The oldest known ancestor in my wife's Hamrick line is Patrick Hamrick. He was born in March of 1684 in Ireland and died in Manassas located in Prince George County, Va., in 1764. He is buried in the Clover Farm Cemetery in Manassas. The emigrant Patrick Hamrick was listed as Patrick Anminer, age 16, and his brother as Henry Hambrok, age 12, in 1699/1700 when they arrived in Virginia. Later in Court of February 29, they were listed as Hambrugg. Patrick next was later listed as Hamrick and had some sons who used Hambrick. Henry's descendants may have used Hambrook. Patrick married Margaret Ingles in Richmond County, Va., in 1710, after he had served a four-year indenture in the service of Lem Cox.

Patrick married Margaret Igles, a daughter of Robert and Sarah (Coxe) Ingles around 1711 in Saint Mary's Parish in Richmond, Va. Margaret was born in 1691 and died in King George County, Va., in 1745. Margaret may have been an out-of-wedlock child. One source lists Patrick's marriage to "Margaret Coxe".

Patrick witnessed a Deed of Gift in King George County, Va., February 4, 1725, (Deed Book l, p. 330). He was indentured in King George County, January 6, 1726, (Deed Book l, pp.411-413). He and his wife Margaret were indentured for the farm where they lived in King George County (Deed Book 1-A, pp. 303-305). Patrick Hamrick obtained a 118-acre land grant from Thomas Lord Fairfax in Prince William County, Va., on December 10, 1740. He had applied for this grant on January 10, 1739, as heir of Roger Day. In a September 3, 1739, entry in King George County Deed Book 2, p. 300, Patrick and Roger Day are identified as shipmates and cousins.

It is not clear where Patrick and Roger Day were shipmates. They may have traveled together from Europe, or they may have been part of the crew on any of several ships sailing out of Virginia in that time.

Patrick is enlisted in the 1741 Poll of Burgesses of Prince William County. This gives indication that he was a land owner and more than 21 years of age.

In a 1747 poll of residents of Western Dettingham Parish in Prince William County, Patrick Sr., Benjamin, Patrick Jr., Robert, and James Hamrick are reported living side by side.

Patrick and Margaret Ingles Hamrick had nine reported children:

1. Benjamin Hamrick, b. ca. 1729; m. Mary Sias;

2. Patrick Hamrick Jr., b. ca. 1730; d. 1839; m1. unk.; m2. Sarah Haley Foster;

3. Jeremiah Hamrick

4. Jilson Hamrick, m. Sally Thomas 9 Nov 1785

5. Robert Hamrick

6. James Hamrick, m. Priscilla (nee unk.);

7. Charles Hamrick

8. John Hamrick, d. 28 Nov 1756; m. Sarah (nee unk.);

9. Thomas Hamrick

Of interest to my wife's family line is Benjamin who probably was the oldest child. As noted above, Benjamin was born around 1729.

BENJAMIN HAMRICK 1st -- Benjamin is listed here as the 1st to distinguish him from his son listed below as Benjamin Hamrick 2nd. Benjamin Hamrick 1st, a son of Patrick and Margaret Ingles Hamrick, was born about 1729 in King George County, Va., and died about 1787. He married Mary Sias about 1750. The will of John Sias dated September 6, 1773,lists his daughter "Mary Hamrick". John Sias' will was returned September 23, 1779, indicating that he died that year.

Benjamin witnessed the will of George Reeve in King George County, October 18, 1751, indicating that he had passed his 21st birthday by that date. Benjamin is listed in Daniel Paynes' store ledger in the period of 1755-1761 with the notation that he was an overseer for Thomas Blackburn.

Benjamin and Mary Sias Hamrick had eight known children:

1. Sias Hamrick, b. April 4, 1753, d. October, 1835, m. Miriam McMillion

2. Benjamin Hamrick, b.c. 1755, d. 1842, m. Nancy McMillion 1779

3. William Hamrick, b. 1756, m. Elizabeth "Betsy" Fitzgerald

4. David Hamrick, b. May 22, 1760, d. July 12, 1838, m. Lettice Wyatt, Feb., 9, 1788

5. Mary Hamrick, b. 1761, m. Clayton Smith Jr., July 14, 1778

6. Samuel Hamrick, b.c. 1765, m.?

7. Jilson Hamrick, b. 1766, d. 1851, m. Sarah Thomas Nov., 5, 1785

8. Joel Hamrick, b.c. 1770, m. Mary "Betsy"---

The second of the children was Benjamin's namesake Benjamin. This second Benjamin is the next ancestor in my wife's Hamrick line.

BENJAMIN HAMRICK 2nd -- As stated above, this Benjamin Hamrick has been designated the 2nd to distinguish him from this father Benjamin above who has been listed as Benjamin the 1st. Benjamin Hamrick the 2nd, a son of Benjamin and Mary Sias Hamrick, was born in Faquier County, Va., in 1755, and served in the Continental Army during the American Revolution. He was at the capture of Trenton, NJ, at Brandywine Creek, September 11, 1777, and served under Captain John Blackwell at Valley Forge, Pa., in the Winter of 1777-1778. He married Nancy McMillion while on leave from the Army in the Fall of 1779. Nancy, a daughter of John and Martha Palmer McMillion, was born in Faquier County, Va., on November 4, 1762. Much more data is available on Benjamin Hamrick concerning his service during the Revolutionary War and his history after the War. Therefore, a separate Web page has been prepared that is dedicated to Benjamin Hamrick. The reader can access this Web page by clicking here on Benjamin Hamrick - Patriot.

After the Revolution, in 1782, the Hamrick family moved from Faquier County, Va., to the Cherry River in present day Greenbrier, W.Va., and the family is found on the Greenbrier tax rolls from 1783 through 1796. Benjamin is found in the 1800 and 1810 Kanawha County, Va., (now W.Va.) Census and in the Nicholas County, Va., (now W.Va.) Census from 1820 through 1830. Their final move was to Braxton County, Va., (now W.Va.), where Nancy died between 1829 and 1833 on Frame's Run, a branch of Strange Creek. Benjamin died in Webster County, Va., (now W.Va.) in 1842. He is buried in a cemetery on the family homestead in Bergoo, Webster County.

Benjamin and Nancy McMillion Hamrick had eleven reported children:

1. Benjamin Hamrick, b. February 10, 1782, d. Jun., 12, 1863, m. Nancy Agnes Gregory Apr.,19, 1811

2. Nancy Hamrick, b. February 13, 1795, d. July 10, 1857, m. Absolom Hutchinson

3. Mary Hamrick, b. August 1, 1787, d. February 6, 1967, m. Samuel Dobbins Aug., 9, 1808

4. William F. Hamrick, b. 1789, d. 1850, m. Jeanette Gregory May 14, 1813

5. Peter Hamrick, b. July, 5, 1791, d. Mar., 19, 1855, m. Rebecca Mollohan Feb., 1, 1825

6. Enoch Hamrick, b. 1780, m. Jane McMillion Aug., 22, 1805 m. Mary Sisk

7. Joseph W. Hamrick, b. 1793, d. 1885, m. Frances Coger 1823, m. Margaret Burrows

8. David Hamrick, b. Jan., 1796, d. Oct., 25, 1875, m. Elizabeth Miller

9. John Hamrick, b. ca. 1800, d.c. 1832, m. Nancy Perkins, Jan., 27, 1814

10. Sarah Hamrick, b. ca. 1802, d. 1863, m. John James

11. Cyrus Hamrick, b. ca. 1806, m. Jane James

The youngest of Benjamin and Nancy's children was Cyrus, and he is the child next in my wife's genealogical line.

CYRUS HAMRICK -- Cyrus Hamrick, a son of Benjamin and Nancy McMillion Hamrick, was born in Virginia in 1806. He married Jane James. Jane, a daughter of Joseph and Abigail James, was born in Virginia about 1808. Little is known about Cyrus Hamrick except that he is listed with his family in the Braxton County, Va. (now W.Va.) 1850 Census with his family. He is listed as a farmer and his estate is valued at $300.00. Cyrus died in August of 1879 in Braxton County, W.Va.

Cyrus and Jane James Hamrick had eleven known children.

1. Sarah, b.c. 1829, m. Reuben Harold Fulks, July 9. 1865

2. Nancy, b.c. 1831

3. Elizabeth, b.c. 1832

4. Benjamin F., b.c. 1834, m. Lanna Wood, April 21, 1861

5. Margaret, b. 1835, m. Samuel T. Johnson, Jan., 1872

6. Mary, b.c. 1837, m. Jonathan Green, Jan., 11, 1866

7. Levi, b.c. 1841

8. John P., b. April 4, 1843, d. Nov., 15, 1901, m. Agnes Frame Jan., 16, 1868

9. Cyrus C., b. 1844, m. Alcinda F. Frame Oct., 5, 1871

10. Rebecca Jane, b.c. 1847, m. James W. Hall, April 14, 1874

11. William J., b.c. 1851, m. Mary Jane----

Benjamin F. Hamrick, born about 1834, is the next ancester in my wife's direct lineage.

BENJAMIN F. HAMRICK -- Benjamin F. Hamrick, a son of Cyrus and Jane James Hamrick, was born April 22, 1834. He married Lanna (Lena, Leanna) Wood on April 21, 1861. They lived in Braxton County around the Frametown area. It is believed that Benjamin served in the Civil War but more research needs to be done on this. Benjamin died in 1904 on what is known as the "Reip" property and it is assumed that he is buried in the Shawver-Reip Cemetery at Frametown. Lee Anne Wood was born in 1839 in Braxton County. The date of her death is not known but it stands to reason that she is buried in the same cemetery as Benjamin. It is known that Benjamin was a farmer most of his life. A copy of their son's (Allen Corley Hamric) application for a social security card in 1936 reveals that Benjamin's full name was Benjamin Franklin Hamrick and his mother's maiden name was Lee Anne Woods.

Benjamin and Lee Anne Hamrick had the following children:

1. Elizabeth J. born 1862

2. Mariah A. born 1864

3. Cyrus P. born 1866

4. Benjamin F. Jr. born 1869

5. Thomas B. born 1871

6. Mary E. born 1873

7. Nancy R. born 1876

8. Reynear Milton born 1878 m. Amanda Melcena Wilson

9. Allen Corley born July 26, 1881 died Dec. 1964

Allen Corley Hamric (Hamrick) was my wife's grandfather and the next direct ancestor in her line.

ALLEN CORLEY HAMRIC -- Allen Corley Hamric was born on July 26, 1881, and was the youngest child of Benjamin Franklin and Lee Anne Hamric. As stated above, it is not known why he decided to drop the "k" from the end of his name. He was born in the Frametown area of Braxton County. On November 14, 1906, he was married to Mable Goldie Craft by Rev. T. M. Dean. Mable was born on December 29, 1886. At one time Allen was a river rafter, running logs into Charleston, W.Va., on the Elk River. He also worked as a carpenter and went to work at the coal mines at Widen in Clay County, W.Va. about 1923. At Widen he worked on the tipple and as a carpenter for about 40 years. Allen died on December 1, 1964 at Gassaway in Braxton County, W.Va., and his wife, Mable Goldie Craft, died on December 13, 1922, at Charleston, W.Va. Allen is buried in the Shawver-Reip Cemetery near Frametown.

Allen Corley and Mable Goldie Craft Hamric had the following children:

Myrtle Virginia born November 11, 1907 - died the same day

John Morgan born September 11, 1908

Gertrude Dell born July 17, 1910 - died November 16, 1960

Chelsie William born February 20, 1912

Mary Link born August 13, 1913

James McCauley born March 14, 1915

George Summers born October 1, 1917

Ida Isabel born November 9, 1918

Dane Hampton born December 14, 1920

Allie Louise born November 15, 1922

Gertrude Dell Hamric was my wife's (Merida Holcomb Friend) mother.

GERTRUDE DELL HAMRIC -- Gertrude Dell Hamric was born on July 17, 1910, and died on November 16, 1960. She was probably born at either Diatta Run or Middle Run near the Frametown area of Braxton County and attended the Middle Run Baptist Church. On July 30, 1930, she married Herbert Stanton Holcomb and lived most of her adult life in Widen located in Clay County, W.Va. Anyone interested in further information on the Holcomb Family can click on Holcomb Family. Gertrude apparently was a housewife all of her married life. She died on November 16, l960, and is buried in the Walnut Grove Cemetery near Widen. Gertrude Dell Hamric and Herbert S. Holcomb had the following children:

Merida Ethel Holcomb Friend born April 3, 1932, and now living in Williamsburg, Va.

Doris Gean Holcomb Patton born December 21, 1934, and now living in Tempe, Arizona

Ruby Lee Holcomb born April 3, 1941, and now living in Surry County, Va.

Any questions concerning the data contained in this article may be addressed to Arthur R. Friend. What has been provided here is a bare bones history of my wife's Hamric/Hamrick line. Hopefully someone will take up the challenge and do further research. If anyone does, I will gladly amend these pages to include any meaningful additional information.



Bits and Pieces from Genforum.com and Rootsweb.com



Edward L. Hamrick family
Posted by: Paula Hamrick
Date: March 02, 2003
719 of 879
My name is Paula Hamrick; I married Roger D. Hamrick, son of Maggie Hamrick. Darrell's mother is Maggie Hamrick, whose father was Edward (Eddie)Hamrick, who was married to Blema Kyle and also to Lola Williams. Anyone who has any information regarding this line of Hamricks, mostly from Clay, WV, please contact me at momontheedge@earthlink.net. We have 3 children and would like them to know who their ancestors were. Thanks.
1.0--Edward "Eddie" L. Hamrick; m1. Blema Kyle; m2. Lola Williams;
2.0--Maggie Hamrick; m. unk.
3.0--Roger D. Hamrick; m. Paula (nee unk.);
4.1--child Hamrick;
4.2--child Hamrick;
4.3--child Hamrick;




 
From Don Norman's good page located at: http://www.rootsweb.com/~hcpd/norman/MULLINS/WILLIAM

DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM MULLINS
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Don Norman

21.00--William Mullins, b. prob. ca. 1750; m. Sarah (nee unk.)

22.01--William H. Mullins, b. ca. 1784; d. 1859; m1. Mary (nee unk.); m2. 7 Sep 1818 to Elizabeth Roberts
23.01--Thomas Mullins, b. 10 Sep 1811; d. Clay Co., WV, 10 Jun 1892; m. Mary Wright (b. in VA 1812; d. in Clay Co., 1899); lived in Tazewell Co., VA, bef. moving to Clay Co., VA (now WV); was a minister, performed many marriages in Tazewell and Clay counties; 8 known ch.
 24.01--James Mullins, b. Dec 25 1829; d. Dec 10 1910; m. Susanna Lambert;

 24.02--Dicena Mullins, b. Feb 28 1840; d. Apr 26 1924; m. Aug 10 1857 to Randolph Hamrick  (b. 13 Jan 1836, s/o William Newton Hamrick and Elizabeth Brown; d. 13 Mar 1908); 7 known ch.;
 

R. D. Hamric Dicy Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1836 West Virginia  Self 
Dicy Hamric R. D. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1840 West Virginia  Wife 
Wm. T. Hamric........R. D.,Dicy Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1858 West Virginia  Son 
James N. Hamric......R. D.,Dicy Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1860 West Virginia  Son 
Doretha M. Hamric...R. D.,Dicy Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1864 West Virginia  Daughter 
Alzina I. Hamric.......R. D.,Dicy Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1866 West Virginia  Daughter 
Sarah J. Hamric........R. D.,Dicy Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1869 West Virginia  Daughter 
Rebecca M. Hamric...R. D.,Dicy Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1874 West Virginia  Daughter

25.01--William Thomas Hamrick, b. 7 Apr 1858; d. 8 Dec 1927; m. 13 Nov 1886 to Ellender A. Hamrick (b. unk.; d. unk.);

25.02--James Newton Hamrick, b. 15 Oct 1859; d. 19 Jul 1931; m. 2 Oct 1881 to Osceola Stephenson (b. ca. 1856 [age 4 in 1860 census of Clay Co., (W)V]; d. unk.); unk. ch.

26.00--Big Daddy
27.03--Stan
28.02--Sharon
29.01--Jeremiah
29.02--Charity
30.01--Asher Samuel Nihraj Pihjala, b.
30.02--Cressida Noel Pihjala, b.
29.03--Sarah
30.01--Jason Deane Johnson, Jr., b.
30.02--Ryan Jonathan Johnson, b.
30.03--Tate Austin Johnson, b.
30.04--Zachary Jacob Johnson, b.
25.03--Mary Elizabeth Hamrick, b. 1862; m. Daniel Wilson  Dec 25 1879

25.04--Dorthea Maryland Hamrick, b. Apr 10 1864   d.Jun 27 1937; m. Houston White  Apr 4 1885

25.05--Ignebo Alzina Elizabeth Hamrick, b. Oct  1 1866; d. Mar  1 1924; m1. Mance Hamrick Sep 1 1881; m2. Hedgemann Triplett; m3. John Rymer

25.06--Sarah Jane Hamrick, b. Apr 28 1869; d.Apr  5 1947; m. William Bailes  Jun 18 1888

25.07--Rebecca M. Hamrick, b. Apr 10 1874; d. Aug  7 1952; m. Morgan Blankenship  Sep 20 1892

24.03--William H. H. Mullins, b. Mar 18 1843; d. ca. 1900; m. Nov 3 1865 to Asenith Hamrick; William H.H. Mullins, a son of Thomas and Mary (Wright) Mullins, was born March 18, 1843 and died about 1900.  He married Asenith Hamrick November 3, 1865.  Asenith, a daughter of William Newton and Elizabeth (Brown) Hamrick, was born in December 1845 and died April 2, 
1923. Children of William H.H. and Asenith (Hamrick) Mullins.
25.01--Cornelius Ellsworth Mullins, b. May  2 1865   d.Sep  5 1899; m. Samantha Sizemore Oct  4 1888

25.02--George Harvey "Dick" Mullins, b. ; m1. Sadie Morris; m2. Cornelia Vandergrift Jul 11 1900

25.03--Ella Prussia Mullins, b. Aug 25 1871   d.Apr    1902; m. Harmon Isaac Neal  Aapr 12 1897

25.04--William H.H. Jr. Mullins, b. Sep 25 1873; m. Lydia Coulter

25.05--Harry G. Mullins, b. b. 1874; m. Elizabeth J. Hughes

25.06--Georgia M. Mullins, b. 1876; m. James A. Jones Feb  4 1903

25.07--Lily L. Mullins, b. 1879

25.08--Glendora Mullins, b. 1883

25.09--Maggie Mullins, b. ; m. Walter Bailes

25.10--Alma Leato Mullins, b. ;

24.04--Sarah Jane Mullins, b. Jul 18 1844; d. Apr  5 1895; m. Jun 14 1860 to Jasper Newton Hamrick; Sarah Jane Mullins, a daughter of Thomas and Mary (Wright) Mullins, was born in Logan County VA (WV) July 18, 1844 and died  April 5, 1895.  She married Jasper Newton Hamrick June 14, 1860. Jasper, a son of William Newton and Elizabeth (Brown) Hamrick, was born in VA January 6, 1840. Children of Jasper Newton and Sarah Jane (Mullins) Hamrick.
 
Jasper W. Hamric Sarah J. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1840 West Virginia  Self 
Sarah J. Hamric Jasper W. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1845 West Virginia  Wife 
Wm. H. Hamric...............Jasper W.,Sarah J. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1861 West Virginia  Son 
General G. Hamric............Jasper W.,Sarah J. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1863 West Virginia  Son 
Wager H. Hamric..............Jasper W.,Sarah J. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1866 West Virginia  Son 
Abijah A. Hamric.............Jasper W.,Sarah J. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1868 West Virginia  Son 
Elijah B. Hamric..............Jasper W.,Sarah J. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1870 West Virginia  Son 
Susan A. Hamric..............Jasper W.,Sarah J. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1873 West Virginia  Daughter 
Alamander Hamric............Jasper W.,Sarah J. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1875 West Virginia  Son 
Randolph R. Hamric.........Jasper W.,Sarah J. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1878 West Virginia  Son 
Samuel B. Hamric......................................Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1838 West Virginia  Brother 

25.01--William Harvey Hamrick, b. Apr  7 1858; m1.Susan Cecily Hughes Sep 15 1881; m2.Ellen Bowlinger

25.02--General Grant Hamrick, b. Jul 17 1863   d.Oct 13 1926; m1.Mary Ellen Kyle  Dec 24 1882; m2.Zora Brannon

25.03--Wager Halleck Hamrick, b. Jan 17 1866   d.Jun 13 1929; m.Phoebe O'Dell Apr  4 1889

25.04--Abidjah Alley Hamrick, b. Oct 25 1869; m.Mary Ann Taylor Nov  5 1889

25.05--Susanne Hamrick, b. Apr 18 1873; d. Apr 19 1874, age one year, one day

25.06--Elijah Burton Hamrick, b. Aug 23 1870   d.Sep 11 1886

25.07--Alamander Hamrick, b. Jun 27 1875   d.Apr 12 1932; m.Rosa Kathern Neal Mar 23 1901

25.08--Randolph Wright Hamrick, b. Aug 23 1878   d.Oct  8 1949; m.Nancy Isabelle Dobbins Feb 15 1905

25.09--Lydia Ferrell Hamrick, b. Nov 13 1880   d.Sep 17 1943; m.John Elliot Nottingham Feb 25 1900

25.10--Elizabeth Hamrick, b. Apr 17 1883   d.Sep  2 1886

24.05--John Mullins, b. 1845

24.06--Lydia Ferrell Mullins, b. Mar 21 1847; d. May 25 1921; m. Sep 10 1866 Alexander Brown Hamrick; Lydia Ferrell Mullins, a daughter of Thomas and Mary (Wright) Mullins, was born was born March 21, 1847 and died May 21, 1921. She married Alexander Brown Hamrick September 21, 1866.  Alexander, a son of William Newton and Elizabeth (Brown) Hamrick, was born February 24, 1849 and died April 26, 1926. Children of Alexander Brown and Lydia Ferrell (Mullins) Hamrick.
 

A. B. Hamric Elizabeth,Lidda F. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1848 West Virginia  Self 
Lidda F. Hamric A. B. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1846 West Virginia  Wife 
Wyett Hamric........A. B.,Lidda F. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1868 West Virginia  Son 
Sampson Hamric....A. B.,Lidda F. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1870 West Virginia  Son 
Franklin Hamric.....A. B.,Lidda F. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1874 West Virginia  Son 
Viola Hamric.........A. B.,Lidda F. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1876 West Virginia  Daughter 
Missouri Hamric....A. B.,Lidda F. Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1879 West Virginia  Daughter 
Elizabeth Hamric........................Buffalo, Clay, WV abt 1807 West Virginia  Mother 

25.01--Wyatt Reynolds Hamrick, b. Aug 30 1868; d. Jul  2 1929; m1. Elizabeth J. Young Mar  8 1889; m2. Edna F. Hamrick Oct 23 1921

25.02--Samson Moody Hamrick, b. Aug 17 1869; d. Feb  2 1937; m. Melsena B. Walker  Jan 24 1895

25.03--Georgia Hamrick, b. Dec 23 1872; d. Jan 19 1972; m. Effie Martin  Sep 5 1901

25.05--Missouri Edith Hamrick, b. Sep 13 1878; d. Jun 24 1964; m. George Seymour Johnson Dec 9 1903

25.06--Henry Enoch Hamrick, b. Oct 21 1880; d. Jan  5 1907; m. Ellen Young

25.07--Theodore Hamilton Hamrick, b. Oct 26 1882; d.Dec 10 1960; m. Stella Maude Hughes Feb 27 1913

25.08--Viola Clementine Hamrick, b. Apr 12 1876; d. Apr  3 1940; m. Levi Taylor Oct 15 1891

25.09--Barbara Hamrick, b. Mar  9 1889; d. May 20 1893, age 4

25.10--Lucy Jane Hamrick, b. Feb  8 1885; d. Apr  5 1951; m. Meade McClellan Dawson Aug 9 1909

24.07--Thomas Mullins, b. c. 1850

24.08--Mary Mullins, b. ; m. James Blankenship

23.02--Mary Mullins, b.c. 1812; d. 1860; m. William Collins Mar 22 1829
William H. Mullins m2. Elizabeth Roberts; 7 known ch.
23.03--James Mullins, b.c. 1819; m. Susan James

23.04--Elijah Mullins, b.c. 1823; m. Katherine Mullins

23.05--Sarah Mullins, b.c. 1825

23.06--Elizabeth Mullins, b.c. 1832; m. Chede John Hammonds  Aug 3 1856

23.07--William Mullins, b.c. 1833; m. Rachel Candady  Sep 10 1852; m.Anna Cline

23.08--Winnie Mullins, b.c. 1837; m. Daniel Reed Jun 17 1858

23.09--Lucretia "Cindy" Mullins, b.c. 1838; m. Israel H. Browning  Jan 15 1860


BIBLIOGRAPHY:
Karabogias, Pauline, Hamrick family group sheets "History of Clay County WV 1989" p.256
Norman, Don, "The Descendants of Patrick Hamrick" The Clay County Free Press Apr 21 1993
Scott, Betty, Collins Family Group records



Don Norman's Text from Which I Copied the Above:
DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM MULLINS
                   =========== == ======= =======
                              Don Norman

1.WILLIAM MULLINS

    William Mullins was probably born about 1750.  He married
Sarah ------.

Known children of William and Sarah Mullins.

  2.  (1). William H.              b.c.     1784   d.       1859
         m.Mary ------
         m.Elizabeth Roberts Sep  7 1818
 

2.WILLIAM H. MULLINS     1.WILLIAM MULLINS

    Thomas H. Mullins, a son of William and Sarah Mullins, was
born about 1784 and died in Clay County VA (WV) in 1859.  He
married Mary ------ before 1810.  Apparently Mary died.  Thomas
married Elizabeth Roberts in Floyd County KY September 7, 1818.

Children of William H. and Mary Mullins.

  3.  (1). Thomas                  b.Sep 10 1811   d.Jun 10 1892
         m.Mary Wright

  4.  (2). Mary                    b.c.     1812   d.       1860
         m.William Collins Mar 22 1829

Children of William H. and Elizabeth (Roberts) Mullins.

  5.  (1). James                   b.c.     1819
         m.Susan James

  6.  (2). Elijah                  b.c.     1823
         m.Katherine Mullins

  7.  (3). Sarah                   b.c.     1825

  8.  (4). Elizabeth               b.c.     1832
         m.Chede John Hammonds  Aug 3 1856

  9.  (5). William                 b.c.     1833
         m.Rachel Candady  Sep 10 1852

 10.  (6). John V.                 b.c.     1835
         m.Anna Cline

 11.  (7). Winnie                  b.c.     1837
         m.Daniel Reed Jun 17 1858

 12.  (8). Lucretia "Cindy"        b.c.     1838
         m.Israel H. Browning  Jan 15 1860
 

3.THOMAS MULLINS     2.WILLIAM H. MULLINS     1.WILLIAM MULLINS

    Thomas Mullins, a son of William H. and Mary Mullins, was
born September 10, 1811 and died in Clay County WV June 10, 1892.
He married Mary Wright.  Mary was born in VA in 1812 and die in
Clay County in 1899.  The family lived in Tazewell County VA
before moving to Clay County VA (WV).  Thomas was a minister and
performed many marriages in Tazewell and Clay counties.

Children of Thomas and Mary (Wright) Mullins.

 13.  (1). James                   b.Dec 25 1829   d.Dec 10 1910
         m.Susanna Lambert

 14.  (2). Dicena                  b.Feb 28 1840   d.Apr 26 1924
         m.Randolph Hamrick  Aug 10 1857

 15.  (3). William H.H.            b.Mar 18 1843   d.c.     1900
         m.Asenith Hamrick  Nov 3 1865

 16.  (4). Sarah Jane              b.Jul 18 1844   d.Apr  5 1895
         m.Jasper Newton Hamrick  Jun 14 1860

 17.  (5). John                    b.       1845

 18.  (6). Lydia Ferrell           b.Mar 21 1847   d.May 25 1921
         m.Alexander Brown Hamrick Sep 10 1866

 19.  (7). Thomas                  b.c.     1850

 20.  (8). Mary
         m.James Blankenship
 

14.DICENA MULLINS    3.THOMAS MULLINS     2.WILLIAM H. MULLINS
1.WILLIAM MULLINS

    Dicena Mullins, a daughter of Thomas and Mary (Wright) Mullins, 
was born February 28, 1840 and died April 26, 1924.  She married 
Randolph Hamrick November 13, 1886.  Randolph, a son of William Newton 
and Elizabeth (Brown) Hamrick, was born January 13, 1836 and died 
March 13, 1908.
Children of Randolph and Dicena (Mullins) Hamrick.

 21.  (1). William Thomas          b.Apr  7 1858   d.Dec  8 1927
         m.Ellender A. Hamrick  Nov 13 1886

 22.  (2). James Newton            b.Oct 15 1859   d.Jul 19 1931
         m.Osceola Stephenson  Oct 2 1881

 23.  (3). Mary Elizabeth          b.       1862
         m.Daniel Wilson  Dec 25 1879

 24.  (4). Dorthea Maryland        b.Apr 10 1864   d.Jun 27 1937
         m.Houston White  Apr 4 1885

 25.  (5). Ignebo Alzina Elizabeth b.Oct  1 1866   d.Mar  1 1924
         m.Mance Hamrick Sep 1 1881
         m.Hedgemann Triplett
         m.John Rymer

 26.  (6). Sarah Jane              b.Apr 28 1869   d.Apr  5 1947
         m.William Bailes  Jun 18 1888

 27.  (7). Rebecca M.              b.Apr 10 1874   d.Aug  7 1952
         m.Morgan Blankenship  Sep 20 1892

15.WILLIAM H.H. MULLINS   3.THOMAS MULLINS     2.WILLIAM H. MULLINS
 1.WILLIAM MULLINS

William H.H. Mullins, a son of Thomas and Mary (Wright) Mullins, 
was born March 18, 1843 and died about 1900.  He married Asenith 
Hamrick November 3, 1865.  Asenith, a daughter of William Newton and 
Elizabeth (Brown) Hamrick, was born in December 1945 and died April 2, 
1923.

Children of William H.H. and Asenith (Hamrick) Mullins.

 28.  (1). Cornelius Ellsworth     b.May  2 1865   d.Sep  5 1899
         m.Samantha Sizemore Oct  4 1888

 29.  (2). George Harvey "Dick"    b.
         m.Sadie Morris
         m.Cornelia Vandergrift Jul 11 1900

 30.  (3). Ella Prussia            b.Aug 25 1871   d.Apr    1902
         m.Harmon Isaac Neal  Aapr 12 1897

 31.  (4). William H.H. Jr.        b.Sep 25 1873
         m.Lydia Coulter

 32.  (5). Harry G.                b.       1874
         m.Elizabeth J. Hughes

 33.  (6). Georgia M.              b.       1876
         m.James A. Jones Feb  4 1903

 34.  (7). Lily L.                 b.       1879

 35.  (8). Glendora                b.       1883

 36.  (9). Maggie
         m.Walter Bailes

 37. (10). Alma Leato
 

16.SARAH JANE MULLINS    3.THOMAS MULLINS     2.WILLIAM H. MULLINS
1.WILLIAM MULLINS

    Sarah Jane Mullins, a daughter of Thomas and Mary (Wright) 
Mullins, was born in Logan County VA (WV) July 18, 1844 and died 
April 5, 1895.  She married Jasper Newton Hamrick June 14, 1860. 
Jasper, a son of William Newton and Elizabeth (Brown) Hamrick, was 
born in VA January 6, 1840.

Children of Jasper Newton and Sarah Jane (Mullins) Hamrick.

 38.  (1). William Harvey          b.Apr  7 1858
         m.Susan Cecily Hughes Sep 15 1881
         m.Ellen Bowlinger

 39.  (2). General Grant           b.Jul 17 1863   d.Oct 13 1926
         m.Mary Ellen Kyle  Dec 24 1882
         m.Zora Brannon

 40.  (3). Wager Halleck           b.Jan 17 1866   d.Jun 13 1929
         m.Phoebe O'Dell Apr  4 1889

 41.  (4). Abidjah Alley           b.Oct 25 1869
          m.Mary Ann Taylor Nov  5 1889

 42.  (5). Susanne                 b.Apr 18 1873   d.Apr 19 1874

 43.  (6). Elijah Burton           b.Aug 23 1870   d.Sep 11 1886

 44.  (7). Alamander               b.Jun 27 1875   d.Apr 12 1932
         m.Rosa Kathern Neal Mar 23 1901

 45.  (8). Randolph Wright         b.Aug 23 1878   d.Oct  8 1949
         m.Nancy Isabelle Dobbins Feb 15 1905

 46.  (9). Lydia Ferrell           b.Nov 13 1880   d.Sep 17 1943
         m.John Elliot Nottingham Feb 25 1900

 47. (10). Elizabeth               b.Apr 17 1883   d.Sep  2 1886
 

18.LYDIA FERRELL MULLINS   3.THOMAS MULLINS     2.WILLIAM H. MULLINS
  1.WILLIAM MULLINS

    Lydia Ferrell Mullins, a daughter of Thomas and Mary (Wright) 
Mullins, was born was born March 21, 1847 and died May 21, 1921. She 
married Alexander Brown Hamrick September 21, 1866.  Alexander, a son 
of William Newton and Elizabeth (Brown) Hamrick, was born February 24, 
1849 and died April 26, 1926.

Children of Alexander Brown and Lydia Ferrell (Mullins) Hamrick.

 48.  (1). Wyatt Reynolds          b.Aug 30 1868   d.Jul  2 1929
         m.Elizabeth J. Young Mar  8 1889
         m.Edna F. Hamrick Oct 23 1921

 40.  (2). Samson Moody            b.Aug 17 1869   d.Feb  2 1937
         m.Melsena B. Walker  Jan 24 1895

 50.  (3). Georgia                 b.Dec 23 1872   d.Jan 19 1972

 51.  (4). Benjamin Franklin       b.Apr 11 1874  d.Oct 16 1952
         m.Effie Martin  Sep 5 1901

 52.  (5). Missouri Edith          b.Sep 13 1878   d.Jun 24 1964
         m.George Seymour Johnson Dec 9 1903

 53.  (6). Henry Enoch             b.Oct 21 1880   d.Jan  5 1907
         m.Ellen Young

 54.  (7). Theodore Hamilton       b.Oct 26 1882   d.Dec 10 1960
         m.Stella Maude Hughes Feb 27 1913

 55.  (8). Viola Clementine        b.Apr 12 1876   d.Apr  3 1940
         m.Levi Taylor Oct 15 1891

 56.  (9). Barbara                 b.Mar  9 1889   d.May 20 1893

 57. (10). Lucy Jane               b.Feb  8 1885   d.Apr  5 1951
         m.Meade McClellan Dawson Aug 9 1909

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Karabogias, Pauline, Hamrick family group sheets
"History of Clay County WV 1989" p.256
Norman, Don, "The Descendants of Patrick Hamrick"
The Clay County Free Press Apr 21 1993
Scott, Betty, Collins Family Group records
 





 
 

From the page at http://www.rootsweb.com/~wvclay/claycen.htm
1860 Clay Co. WV Census, pg. 1 of 4
by Wes Cochran with permission
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HAMRICK, William-62/ Elizabeth-54/ Almira-21/ Jasper N.-20/ Acenith-5/ Alexander B.-11/ SIERS, William H.-3 & Benjamin C- 7/12

EWING, William B.-46/ Mary Ann- 42/ Adam C- 18/ James G- 15/ Sintilla-11/ Martin L- 8/ William R.- 6

EWING, John W.- 21/ Sintilla C- 17/ James W- 6/12

GRAY, John B.- 34/ Rosanna- 33/ Joshua- 11/ Winfield- 5/Sarah M- 3

CALLISON, John- 36/ James E- 9/ John I- 5/ Martha E.- 3/ Malvina- 18

CALLISON, William- 29/ Julia Ann- 28

LEGG, Jacob-29/ Margaret- 32/ Malvina- 8/ Martha E.- 6/ Juliet- 3/ Sinthy- 6/12 /

HAMRICK, Benjamin-33/ Sarah- 29/ Samuel- 16/ Peter-12/ Elizabeth-4

BRAGG, Morgan-28/ Sarah- 25/ John F.- 4/ James M- 2/ CHAPMAN, John-13

PEYTON, John C- 48/ Julianna- 35/ Charles- 14/ Sarah J- 12/ Mary A- 10/ Victoria- 8/ Frances- 6/ Margaret L-4/ Nancy B or R- 1

CAMPBELL, C C.-33/ Virginia- 31/ Pelena H- 4/ Nancy K- 2/ Rebecca A- 3/12 / CHAPMAN, Emily- 20/ HILL, William S.- 8/ SIERS, William-23

CALLISON, Elisha- 22/ Margaret- 22

BUTLER, John- 28/ Lucinda- 21/ Ervin T- 3/12 / McCUNE, William-13/ PARKER, William T.-6

YOUNG, Hiram- 29/ Rebecca A-26/ William F- 4/ James H- 3/ Isaac I or J- 2/ John C- 1/12 / CALLISON, Samuel- 21

CALLISON, Isaac- 69/ Sinthy- 60/ Sinthy- 21/ Abner S- 18

CHAPMAN, John- 31/ Sarah- 26/ Mary F- 9/ John B- 8/ Samuel D- 4/ Isaac C- 2/ Robert F- 2/12

CART, John- 37/ Louisa- 26/ Rachel- 8/ Sarah J- 4/ James E- 2/ Julia A S- 8/12 / BRAGG, Jesse- 23

BRAGG, Thomas-50/ Lucy-54/ EWING, Nancy- 25/ BRAGG, Sally- 22/ Rachel- 20/ Milton- 18/ Sibby- 16/ Jonas- 11/ EWING, Thomas T- 2

CART, George- 40/ Isabel- 36/ Uriah- 17/ Nancy A- 14/ Robert- 12/ Silas- 10/ Charles W- 8/ Susan E- 6/ Rebecca J- 3/ Sinthy E- 4/12

FRAME, Charles- 42/ Mary- 40/ Marshal- 14/ Mary Ann- 11/ Permelia- 7/ Charles- 1

HALL, Henry G- 44/ Jane- 48/ Mary R- 19/ Elizabeth I or J- 9

DUFFIELD, Clinton- 21/ Mary J- 26/ Wetsel- 4/ Delila A- 2

MURPHY, William- 40/ Sinthy- 39/ John A- 11/ William W- 10/ Robert M- 8/ Margaret A- 7/ Rachel E- 4/ Warrick B- 1

FRAME, Martin- 25/ Glorvina-23/ Willis M- 3/ Benton V B- 1

TAYLOR, William- 22/ Harriet- 18/ Mary M- 6/12

DILLY, Isaac- 59/ Rachel- 50/ Sarah- 27/ Daida?-16/ Jacob- 13/ Malsena- 12/ MURPHY, William- 78/ AMA (AMIGH?), Charles- 19

SERGEANT, B B- 45/ Elizabeth- 38/ Mary Ann- 21/ Hiram T- 17/ Stephen- 15/ Balas- 13/ Cloe J or I- 9/ James H- 4/ Martha E- 1/ MURPHY, David- 36

SMITH, Naoma- 50

YOUNG, Abraham- 31/ Nancy- 27/ John M- 10/ James E- 8/ Isabel- 7/ Elizabeth- 5/ Mary J- 2/ Ephraim- 3/12

WILSON, Charles-42/ Margaret- 33/ Mary C-13/ William- 11/ Grizilla- 9/ Abraham- 7/ Henry A- 5/ Nancy- 3/ Daniel- 11/12

DORSEY, Milton- 35/ Agness J-28/ Garner- 3/ Newton- 1/ SOFFER, Ellen- 13

NICHOLAS, George- 57/ Sarah- 60/ Martha- 33/ Charles W- 27/ George W- 16/ Katharine R- 11

NICHOLAS, William- 35/ Frances- 26/ Elizabeth- 6/ Rebecca R-4/ Sarah Ann- 2/ Charles W- 3/12 / HOBBS, Sarah- 35 & Cloe J- 7/12

NICHOLAS, John- 31/ Elizabeth- 28/ George W- 9/ Octavia-7/ Sinnet- 6/ Omia Caroline-2/ William H- 11/12

HAMRICK, Josiah- 46/ Sarah- 44/ Sabina Ann- 20/ Malinda J or I- 18/ Jilson- 16/ Mary v- 14/ Charles E- 11/ Elisha W- 6/ Sarah C- 3

Jilson Hamric Hulda Otter, Clay, WV abt 1845 Virginia  Self 
Hulda Hamric Jilson Otter, Clay, WV abt 1843 Virginia  Wife 
Edward O. Hamric Jilson,Hulda Otter, Clay, WV abt 1871 West Virginia  Son 
Emerson Hamric Jilson,Hulda Otter, Clay, WV abt 1873 West Virginia  Son 
Horton Hamric Jilson,Hulda Otter, Clay, WV abt 1874 West Virginia  Son 
Oscar Hamric Jilson,Hulda Otter, Clay, WV abt 1878 West Virginia  Son 
Lydia Hamric Jilson,Hulda Otter, Clay, WV abt 1879 West Virginia  Daughter 
STEPHENSON, Madison- 39/ Elizabeth- 16/ BLAKENSHIP, Hiram B- 25/ Eveline-28/ Henry M- 8/ Rebecca- 6/ Clarissa-5/ Floyd- 3/ Almarinda- 4/12

SEIBERT, William- 28/ Sarah Ann- 23/ John A L- 3/ Samuel J C- 7/12

WOODS, Campbell- 37/ Rebecca- 38/ Madison S- 11/ Caroline F- 9/ Joshua M- 8/ Samuel A- 6/ Rocksalina- 4/ Lemasters L?-2/ Joseph M- 6/12

NUTTER, Elijah- 39/ Almarinda I or J- 19/ Mathew A- 22

EAGLE, Enoch- 58/ Sinthy- 50/ Ruth- 20/ Hulda- 18/ Rachel- 15/ Koonrod- 13/ Rhoda- 11/ Enoch- 7/ John- 24/ David- 26/ Mary E-2

COOK, Peter M- 33/ Mary-31/ Joseph- 9/ Virgil- 3

TRIPLET, Marshal- 45/ Elizabeth- 10

RIFFLE, Jonathan M- 49/ Barbra- 57/ Delila M-21/ George S- 18/ William A- 28

RIFFLE, Martin V- 26/ Malvina- 22/ Harriet- 2

FRAME, James- 50/ Elizabeth D- 48/ Mary E- 20/ Mortimer W- 17/ Martha- 15/ John M- 14/ Charles F- 11/ Laura C- 9/ Sarah Ann- 7/ James A- 21

BOGGS, Alexander- 27/ Susan- 26/ John S- 8/ William H- 1

CHAPMAN, William- 79/ Frances- 78/ Jacob- 38/ Sarah J- 23/ Andrew J- 11/ James E- 9/ Sarah M- 5/ Jacob F- 2

WALKER, Joel- 29/ Louisa- 20/ Andrew- 2

HAYS, Robert G- 36/ Leah J or I- 33/ Martha A- 13/ Crocket G- 11/ James L- 10/ Leah N M J- 9/ Mary E- 9/ Lucinda- 7/ Hannah E- 2/ Benjamin- 48

FRIEND, And S- 48/ Malinda- 46/ Marshal- 21/ Mary- 17/ Elizabeth- 15/ Harriet- 13/ Malsena- 8/ Andrew- 6/ William- 2/ DOUGLAS, John- 46

BOGGS, A J?- 31/ Sarah-28/ Benjamin L-5/ Nancy I or J- 4/ Luther H- 2/ MAYS, Jesse- 25/ BOGGS, Sampson- 21

FRIEND, James M- 24/ Sabina- 19

CARPENTER, Margaret- 60

COTRAEL, Smith W- 30/ Sarah E- 25/ Henderson H- 6/ Aaron S- 2/ Virginia- 1

TURNER, Aaron- 43/ Susan- 34/ Malinda- 13/ Joseph- 7/ Susan- 5/ John-5/ -- 4/12

TURNER, Washington- 24/ Sarah J- 21/ Clora F- 3/ Lorenza D- 11/12

NELSON, Solomon- 57/ Margaret E- 37/ George A- 22/ Elvira- 21/ CHAPMAN, Elizabeth- 14

CART, Henry- 48/ Margaret- 42/ Margaret M- 20/ Susanna- 18/ Letha J- 16/ Sarah R- 14/ William M- 12/ David S- 9

FRAME, Mariah L- 30/ Elvira- 17/ Araminta D- 15/ John- 13/ Jane- 11/ Sarah Ann- 9/ Henry F- 3

WALKER, George- 24/ Eliza- 23/ John H-2

DUFFIELD, Charles- 42/ Jane H- 36/ Robert B- 19/ John Mc- 17/ Levisa J- 16/ Estil D- 13/ Uriah P- 12/ Charles A- 11/ Ruth M- 9/ James G- 8/ Sarah A- 6/ Nathan B- 2/ HOLENBACK, Anthony- 50 & Anthony- 6

SIRK, John A- 32/ Lucinda- 30/ John E- 12/ James E- 10/ Mary E- 4/ William M-2

MOLAHAN, William M- 25/ Rebecca M- 19/ Sarah- 3/ Delila A- 1/ MILLER, Thomas- 19

CUNNINGHAM, Jehu- 25/ Temperance C- 23

BARBER, Matilda- 45/ Thomas- 24/ Ruth- 11/ Louisa- 18

HALL, William S- 43/ Margaret- 36/ Henry- 14/ Samuel P- 13/ Calvin- 11/ Mary G- 9/ Elizabeth R- 9/ Rebecca J- 6/ Delila A- 4/ Emma J 3/12

WILSON, Washington M- 37/ Louisa- 27/ Margaret B- 13/ Celesta J- 11/ Albert G- 7/ William F- 4/ Mahala M- 1/ NELSON, Martha- 20/ Louisa J- 2/ WISE, H A- 2/12/ HUNTER, R M T- 2/12

TANNER, Elijah- 30/ Barsheba- 24/ James-8/ Washington- 6/ DOUGLASS, Ruanna- 8

BUTLER, Jeremiah- 64/ Margaret J- 53

BUTLER, Oliver- 32/ Mary J- 25/ Margaret- 9/ Robert- 7/ Rosanna- 5/ Lavisa- 2

MOLAHAN, Elizabeth- 43/ Malissa- 19/ Almira- 17/ Peyton- 14/ Iowa- 12/ William W- 10/ Charles M- 8/ Mary J- 6

STATZER, Andrew- 23/ Rebecca- 25/ Washington- 5/ James- 3/ Barsheba- 9/12

CARPENTER, Alfred- 24/ Nancy-24/ Ann-5/ Jeremiah- 7/12 / Joshua- 2


1860 Clay County census, pg. 2 of 4
------------------------------------------------------------------------

TANNER, Margaret- 30/ Nancy-8/ Louisa-5/ Joshua-19

CARPENTER, John- 28/ Malinda-27/ John E-14/ Jeremiah- 10/ Permelia- 7/ Eliza-5/ Noah-3/ William H- 1

CARPENTER, Solomon- 34/ Elizabeth- 28/ Rebecca- 15/ Julia-14/ John- 11/ Amanda- 10/ Sarah A- 7/ Jesse- 5/ Shedrach- 2/ Amos- 1/12

JARVIS, Elias- 30/ Rebecca- 24/ Isaac-6/ Emly- 4/ Harriet- 2/ Lemuel- 7/12 / PRITT, Ruthy- 60

JARVIS, Thomas- 36/ Julia A- 19/ William P-13/ Julia A- 11/ Anderson- 4/ Peter-2/ Thomas- 13

TANNER, James- 60/ Nancy- 40/ Dixon- 20

MURPHY, Elizabeth- 55/ Peter- 17/ Joseph- 15/ Martha M- 9/ Lobetty Sarah- 6

MURPHY, Dorothy- 26/ Labana- 10/ James H- 10/12

CORLEY, Allen- 33/ Rebecca- 26/ Millard F- 6/ Jane C- 4

TOPTON, Alpheus- 37/ Elizabeth- 34/ Ulisses W- 13/ Emilia B- 11/ Alice C- 10/ Helen V- 8/ Delorane- 6/ Blanche- 3/ Hilory- 2

TRUMAN, Shedrach- 32/ Mary Ann- 29/ Elizabeth- 11/ Shedrach- 9/ Missouri J or I- 6/ James- 3/ Estel- 2

HOWEL, Richard- 57/ Rachel- 47

MOLAHAN, Arthur- 21/ Elizabeth- 25/ Sarah J- 3/ Susanna- 2

COOK, Barnabus- 70/ Christianna- 55/ Jane- 17/ Katharine- 25/ Simeon- 15/ Thankful- 10

COTTRAEL, Andrew- 66/ Sarah- 61/ Philates- 36

HARRIS, Jackson L- 26/ Mary M- 24/ Hiram-4/ John- 5/12

ROGERS, James A- 46/ Christian- 35/ Caroline- 12/ Johnston- 9/ Clark- 7/ Patrick- 6/ Savanna- 3/ Freel- 10/12 / PARSONS, George W- 17

CARPENTER, Jesse- 35/ Elizabeth- 30/ Braden A- 12/ Delila A- 9/ William- 5/ Sarah- 2/ COTRILL, Marshal R-22/ Mary-18/ Havana J- 10/12

ROGERS, Andrew S- 28/ Mary J- 22/ Malvina- 7/ Calvin- 5/ Caroline- 1

ROGERS, Levi- 60/ Naoma- 45/ Emma- 17/ Mary- 13/ Alfred M- 12/ Levi- 9/ Sarah- 7/ DEEL, Levi- 20

MILLER, Zachariah- 31/ Elizabeth- 25/ Margaret E- 7/ Katharine- 5/ John F- 3

BOGGS, William F- 23/ Susan- 21/ Sarah L- 3/ James A- 2/ Caroline- 1/12

BOGGS, William- 56/ Sharlotte- 57/ Mary E- 17/ Charles W- 14/ Olonzo- 10

GROSE, Strauther B- 35/ Virginia- 30/ David R- 2/ Octavia J- 10/ John B- 8/ Ruena V R- 6/ James- 3/ Mary Ann- 1

SUMMERS, Jehu- 79/ Miram- 37/ Andrew J- 15/D Crocket- 13/ Louisa- 12/ Thomas B- 10/ Almira- 8/ America- 5/ Clark- 2 

SUMMERS, Harrison- 47/ Avaline- 36/ David- 19/ Paul- 17/ Margaret- 15/ Joanna- 13/ Claborne- 10/ Harrison- 8/ Elizabeth- 6/ Ann- 2/ Lidia- 5/12

KING, Uriah- 34/ Clarinda- 29/ John- 9/ Anthony- 7/ Margaret- 5/ Sarah J- 1/ PIERSON, Margaret- 60/ Annabelle- 35

MURPHY, Hiram- 40/ Jemina- 37/ Timothy- 17/ Jane- 15/ Caroline- 13/ Levi- 11/ Martha- 10/ Charles- 8/ Hiram- 4/ Andrew- 1/12

ROGERS, Allen S- 23/ Susan M- 22

VAUGHN, Andrew M- 23/ Ann- 19/ William H- 3/ Uriah K- 1

VAUGHN, Mary- 50/ Atwood- 19/ Mary M- 17/ Elizabeth J- 14/ Squire T- 12/ John B- 11/ James M- 7/ Lavina J- 7

ODELL, William- 25/ Sarah J- 19/ Cenith- 1/ HANSHAW, Minerva A- 14

ODELL, Andrew D- 48/ Susan- 44/ Mary Ann- 16/ Avaline- 14/ John- 11/ Marion- 7/ Elizabeth- 4/ Francena- 19

LEWIS, Charles- 51/ Eda- 56/ Hiram- 23/ Polly- 9

FUGATE, James E- 49/ Agness L- 27/ Samuel- 22/ Margaret V- 21/ William- 18/ Martha- 16/ Cornelia A- 14/ James- 12/ Sarah- 7/ Ruhama- 2/ Andrew J- 6/12

HANSHAW, Jackson- 27/ Sarah J- 26/ Mary C- 3/ Almira J- 2

HANSHAW, Francis- 58/ Mary Ann- 65/ William- 25/ Henry- 23/ James- 16/ Perry- 13/ BOGGS, Elizabeth- 25

CROOKSHANKS, Frank- 28/ Mary J- 25/ William M- 1

COOK, Timothy- 26/ Cloe- 28/ Noah- 5/ HANSHAW, Smith- 21/ COOK, Louisa- 3/ Levi- 5/12

FITZWATER, George W- 25/ Margaret- 19/ LEGG, Franklin- 36

MARTIN, Samuel V- 41/ Nancy- 40/ Timothy- 10/ Rachel- 8/ Susan- 7/ Margaret- 6/ Mary- 3/ HUGHES, Lucy- 6

MURPHY, James F- 29/ Elizabeth- 38/ Barbra-9/ Frances- 8/ Henry-7/ Virginia- 5/ Mahala- 2/ LYONS, Elijah- 22/ MURPHY, Barbra- 69

ROSE, Charles- 64/ Elizabeth- 48/ Eliza Ann- 22/ William- 18/ Marshal- 15/ Naoma- 14/ Martha- 11/ Allen- 7

ROSE, John W- 27/ Harriet- 17

BUTLER, Benjamin- 49/ Alice-45/ Dorothy- 24/ Joseph- 20/ Anna- 20/ Samuel- 18/ William- 15/ Benjamin F- 12/ Rebecca J- 6/ John B- 7/ TOLIFER, Mary S- 6/ Thomas R-4/ SALSBURY, Mary E- 1/12 / HARRIS, Ann- 90

MEEKS, John- 27/ Margaret- 23/ Elizabeth J- 2/ NOTTINGHAM, Eliza- 19

MULLENS, William- 19/ Delila- 16/ Samuel- 6/12 / EVANS, Frank- 10/ ADKINS, Margaret- 10/ Calvin- 12/ Margaret- 5/ William- 1/12

RAMSEY, Abner- 44/ Wesly- 10/ James R- 7/ Mary- 3

MULLENS, Thomas- 48/ Mary- 47/ William- 16/ Jane- 15/ Lidia- 12/ Thomas H G- 10/ HAMRICK, Randolph- 24/ Dicy- 20/ William T- 2/ James N- 7/12

ADKINS, Francis- 63/ Betty-12/ SIERS, Mathias- 30/ ADKINS, Winny- 55/ George- 22/ Olive- 17/ America- 16/ Lenton-13/ Harrison- 12/ Harriet- 9/ Hester- 6/ Caroline- 4/ DOTSON, Silas- 21

ADKINS, Morris Jr.- 27/ Easter-23/ Mary A- 3/ Charles W- 1

ADKINS, Berry- 21/ Hannah- 18

WEEKS, Thomas- 41/ Thersa- 42

MORRIS, Joshua- 43/ Ann- 35/ Sarah F- 16/ William- 14/ Joshua- 13/ John- 11/ Fenton- 9/ Henry- 6/ Aaron S- 5/ Mary E- 5/Ann P- 7/12

FITZWATER, Jacob G- 32/ OSBURN, Ephraim- 25

BROWN, Susan- 43/ Alexander- 16/ Cordelia- 13/ Jane-11/ Anthony- 9/ Martha- 5/ John W- 1

BROWN, Edward- 43/ Clarissa- 36/ Jane- 17/ Joseph- 14/ Sarah- 13/ John- 11/ Randolph- 9/ Alexander- 7/ Mary M- 13/ Enoch- 9/ Samuel- 6/ William P- 3/ Adaline- 5/12

KINCAID, Samuel L- 33/ Ambrillus- 30/ Samuel M- 9/ Mathew- 7/ Sylvenus G- 5/ Jasper A- 2/ George C- 5/12

KEITH, Guy- 31/ Rachel- 30/ Luanna- 11/ Abraham- 9/ Isaac- 7/ Jacob- 5/ Thomas- 2/ Elizabeth- 5/12

KINCAID, George C- 26/ Arrinda- 18

REED, Solomon- 26/ Sarah- 24/ Jeremiah- 4

HOLCOMB, Ethan- 24/ Louisa- 21/ Julia Ann- 1

HOLCOMB, Ezekiel- 48/ Rachel- 51/ Rachel- 23/ Susanna- 21/ James- 19/ Jane- 17/ Paschal- 15/ Rily- 12/ Tyrance- 9/ RAMSEY, Benjamin F- 1

JOHNSTON, David- 46/ Denise- 42/ James W- 23/ Mary R- 13/ George R- 7/ Rachel D- 3

JOHNSTON, John A- 20/ Eleanor- 19

DORSEY, Franklin- 30/ Nancy A- 26/ William A- 12/ George W- 8/ Matilda A- 5/ Joseph P- 2/ DOUGLAS, S A- 9/12

JARRET, Clark- 40/ Ruth- 40/ America- 15/ Anderson- 13/ Elizabeth -12/ John W- 10/ Sibby J- 4/ Clark- 7/ Mary L- 2/ James- 18

MOORE, Rufus- 20/ Martha A- 16

KINCAID, James A- 30/ Albina- 22/ George R- 4/ Rosanna- 3/ Mary E- 1

KINCAID, Jane- 60

NEEL, Jonathan- 45/ Elizabeth J- 31/ Francina- 24/ Adaline- 17/ Anderson- 16/ Angeline- 15/ Morrison- 13/ Margaret- 12/ Simpson- 10/ Jonathan- 7/ Marshal- 1/ KINCAID, William- 70


Pg. #3 of 4- 1860 Clay Co., WV census
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BROWN, George W- 21/ Sarah A- 18

NEEL, Alexander- 32/ Susan-29/ Isabel- 6/ Esteline- 4/ Lucy-3/ Moses-2

NUTTER, Selathiel- 49/ Unity- 46/ Margaret- 15/ Martha S- 14

NUTTER, William- 20/ Rebecca- 17

HOLCOMB, John- 42/ Jane-39/ Loe- 19/ Martha J- 17/ Rosanna- 16/ Sarah- 4/ Caroline- 13/ Zacary T- 11/ John M- 9/ Susan- 7/ James A- 5/ Mary- 2

HOLCOMB, Ethan- 72/ Susan- 67

HOLCOMB, James- 20/ Penelope- 21/ Julia A- 1/12

ROGERS, Cyrus- 55/ Mary- 50/ Tyrance- 30/ Julia A- 26/ Jane-22/ Cloe- 20/ Sharlotte- 18/ Virginia- 16/ Louisa- 14/ Cornelius- 12/ ROGERS, James- 45

ROGERS, Clark- 32/ Mary-26/ Else- 5/ Samuel B- 3/ Moses H- 1

MARTIN, John- 37/ Jane- 45/ Paschal- 15/ Daniel- 13/ Franky J- 11/ Edward- 9/ John C- 7/ Martha F- 5

WALKER, James A- 61/ Nancy- 56/ Marion- 18/ Andrew- 12/ LEGG, John A- 6/ WALKER, Elverton- 21

PAYNE, William L- 23/ Fidelia- 19/ Willy- 6/12

PAYNE, John W- 47/ Sarah A- 42/ Scot- 19/ Alfred- 16/ James- 14/ Orin- 8/ Joseph- 6/ Emmet- 2

MILLER, John F- 55/ Louisa L- 48/ Mary C- 21/ Susan B- 20/ Thomas- 18/ Heath J- 16/ Daniel G- 13/ John F- 9/ WALKER, Elijah- 22

BLIZARD, John H- 25/ Mary Ann- 20

NICHOLS, William- 65/ Elizabeth- 55/ David- 21/ Washington- 19/ Susan- 18/ William- 16/ Christina- 14/ Elizabeth- 12/ Elijah- 8

MOORE, John J- 42/ Mary- 35/ Melchisinec- 17/ Abimelech- 15/ Samuel- 11/ John T- 7/ Mariah- 4/ Josephus- 1

MARTIN, Thomas T- 64/ Milly- 55/ Frances- 20/ Charles- 17/ Louis- 15/ Miles- 12/ BOGGS, Henry- 8

WALKER, Milton- 37/ Martha J- 34/ Nancy J-16/ William- 15/ Margaret K- 13/ John A- 11/ Charles F- 10/ Biddy A F- 8/ Susan A- 6/ Mary E- 5/ James B- 3/ Elijah- 1/ MOORE, Eliza K- 7/ John M- 5/ Rice W- 30

COBB, Hildabert- 29/ Sarah J- 26/ Nancy J- 8/ Mary A- 6/ Joseph M- 3/ William H- 2/ Australia- 3/12

NICHOLS, Elijah- 39/ Christena- 35/ John-12/ William R- 10/ Mary J-6/ Marion- 5/ Benjamin F- 3/ James R G- 1/ COBB, Emily J- 12

RIPPETOE, James- 25/ Hannah- 24/ William L- 4/ John C- 3/ Mary E- 2/ James P- 6/12

SIZEMORE, Hiram- 50/ Jane- 55/ Jesse- 20/ Martha- 17/ COBB, William- 12

MORRIS, Caperton- 30/ Emoline- 27/ Mary E- 7/ Rebecca J- 4/ Caroline- 2/ Sarah F- 1/12

MORRIS, Thomas B- 46/ Leah G- 40/ Nancy E- 17/ John S- 15/ William E- 12/ Louisa S- 10/ Alexander C- 8/ Jasper N- 7/ Harden E- 1

BIRD, Henry M- 49/ Virginia- 43/ Eliza J- 22/ Levi- 18/ Katharine- 15/ Dickinson- 12/ Margaret E- 10/ Emily- 8/ William- 5/ Letha- 3/ Virginia- 3/12 / William- 80

HOLCOMB, Franklin- 21/ Margaret J- 19/ Cyrus R- 1/ Elis- 1/12

MORRIS, Edward R- 41/ Sarah- 38/ Frazier- 18/ Eveline- 16/ Merida- 13/ Virginia- 8/ Mary J- 5/ Milton- 4/ John E- 1

MORE, Louis- 30/ Pelina- 20/ Mary P- 4/ Margaret J- 1

MARTIN, Alen- 33/ Catharine- 36/ Jonathan L- 13/ Rice- 11/ Mary A- 7/ George W- 3/ James H- 1/ MOORE, George R- 22

SIZEMORE, Amon- 22/ Nancy- 24/ Mary A- 2

MARTIN, George W- 23/ T (?L) amriah- 20/ Alexander- 2/ Jesse H- 8/12 / BOGGS, Joseph- 10

HILL, Nathan- 56/ SPICKER, Mary- 62

JOHNSTON, Hiram- 48/ Vienna- 41/ Alfred- 17/ Shelton- 15/ Mary K- 12/ Martha- 10/ Elizabeth- 6/ Vienna- 2

RAMSEY, William- 29/ Caroline- 31/ HESS, Samuel J- 12/ Benjamin F- 7/ James L- 5/ Mary J- 4/ Martha A- 2

BELCHER, William- 33/ Frances A- 37/ Martha- 12/ John L- 10/ William H- 7/ Norman- 3

BELCHER, William A- 38/ Nancy- 35/ Rachel- 14/ John- 13/ Margaret- 11/ Nancy- 10/ Bartly- 9/ Sarah- 7/ Jane- 6/ Mary-5/ James- 2/ Annie- 4/12

DURHAM, Jesse- 30/ Priscilla- 31/ Warren- 7/ Meek & Lowly- 5/ Alice F- 3/ Rusia A- 1

ELZIE, John- 42/ Annie- 38/ Andrew- 21/ Mary J- 15/ Sarah M- 13/ William R- 10

MULLENS, James- 29/ Mary-22/ Norman- 5/ Enos- 3/ Vernon- 1/ Henry- 21/ William- 18/ Louis- 16/ George- 13/ Anderson- 9

SAMPLES, Peter- 60/ Lurana- 57/ Louis-20/ Katharine- 15

JONES, James M- 27/ Sophia- 23/ Samuel H- 3/ Louis W- 10/12

WHITE, David- 31/ Sarah- 24/ Lavina J- 4/ Sinthy J- 2

KING, William H- 62/ Sarah- 56/ William- 19/ Sarah E- 17/ Rosanna- 16

KING, Henry- 27/ Francina- 19/ Eliza- 6

MULLENS, John- 24/ Martha- 20/ Albert E- 10/12

ROLLINS, George- 40/ Mary- 30/ Henry- 14/ William L- 13/ Sarah M- 11/ Araminta- 9/ Rosanna- 7/ Rebecca J- 3/ Fletcher- 21

KING, Hester- 52/ William D- 19/ Sarah- 17/ Mahala- 13/ Miram- 10

MOORE, Benjamin- 46/ Nancy-45/ Martha A- 23/ Mary J- 19/ Melza- 17/

SHAMBLIN, Henry- 29/ Hannah- 22/ Mary E- 4/ Houston- 2/ Parker- 2/12 / Nancy A- 26

JONES, John- 52/ Nancy- 47/ Francis M- 28/ Andrew F- 21/ William H- 19/ Mary A- 16/ Clarance T or L- 14/ Millard F- 10/ Nancy J- 8

MOORE, Isaac- 32/ Margaret- 31/ Joshua- 13/ John- 12/ Emoline- 7/ Not named- 2

SAMPLES, William- 29/ Sarah- 30/ Hansford- 7/ Brooks- 5/ William D- 3/ not named- 4/12

SAMPLES, Hiram- 59/ Elizabeth- 26/ Hiram- 17/ Perry- 15/ Philander- 12/ Allen- 10/ Vizilla- 8/12

KING, Jonathan- 25/ Rebecca- 22/ Harvy- 3/ Ann- 2

SAMPLES, Harvy- 23/ Sarah J- 30/ Vandelin- 3/ Bunevista- 1/ not named- 1/12

SAMPLES, John- 25/ Elizabeth M- 26/ Cluster M- 3/ Eliza E- 1

PIERSON, Claburn- 33/ Sharlotte- 31/ Franklin- 11/ William-9/ Virginia- 7/ Benton- 5/ Mary K or R- 3

SANDS, John- 37/ Ann- 40/ HALL, Nancy- 14/ SANDS, Alice- 15

YOUNG, Samuel- 30/ Helen- 28/ Clark- 8/ Mary- 6/ Harriet F- 1

JEFFRY, Ezekiel- 46/ Aceneth- 43/ Shedrach- 16/ Newton D- 14/ Milton- 13/ William H- 10/ Ransom W- 9/ Eliza C- 5/ Sarah K- 1

KING, William- 31/ Ann E- 32/ Mary- 14/ Sarah K- 11/ John W- 9/ Caroline- 5/ Mariah E- 3/ Martha A- 1/ PERRY, Abraham- 42

COLTER, John- 57/ Katharine- 57/ Analiza- 23/ Rebecca J- 18

MASTEN, Abram- 45/ Elizabeth M- 36/ Caroline- 9/ America A- 6/ George J- 3/ Martha J- 1

WALKER, William P- 33/ Delila- 32/ Anderson- 12/ Cordelia- 10/ Mary- 6/ Albert- 4/ Indianna- 2/ John- 3/12

WHITE, Louis- 35/ Mereby- 30/ Angeline- 12/ Lavina- 9/ Katharine- 8/ Bradd- 6/ John- 4/ Joseph- 6/12

WALKER, Madison- 33/ Virginia- 27/ Floyd H- 6/ William P- 5/ Lavina F- 4/ John W- 2

SAMPLES, Jane- 56/ William H- 39/ Selathiel- 22/ Delila- 17/ Sarah E- 13/ HOYT, Charles- 15

BIRDETT, Louis A- 20/ Amanda J- 2/ John- 22

SAMPLES, Andrew M- 29/ Avaline- 30/ Angeline- 9/ Floyd- 8/ Alexander- 4/ Mary- 2

SAMPLES, John H- 38/ Rosanna- 32/ Samuel- 13/ Casandre- 12/ Robert- 9/ Eli- 7/ Meleta- 6/ Jane- 4/ Eliza- 11/12 / ASHLY, John- 18


1860 Clay Co. census, pg. 4 of 4
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SAMPLES, Jesse A- 28/ Malinda- 28/ Samuel- 7/ Ransom- 6/ America- 6

PAXTON, Thomas- 68/ Dicena- 66/ Martha- 13

PAXTON, William- 30/ Priscilla- 27/ Thomas- 8/ Jane- 6/ Lile- 4/ Amanda- 1

SIMMONS, Lemuel- 30/ America- 22/ General- 1

SAMPLES, Thomas- 31/ Virginia- 26/ Victoria- 3/ Caroline- 1

GROSE, James- 30/ Sarah J- 21/ William A- 2/ Mary E- 2/12

SCHOONOVER, William- 47/ Susan- 47/ Mary E- 19/ William H- 14/ Caroline- 12/ America- 10/ Columbus- 7/ HANSHAW, Henry- 22

SHAMLIN, Isaiah- 33/ Miram- 28/ Albert- 10/ David Mc- 8/ James D- 6/ Eliza J- 4/ ?Joel C- 1

STONE, William- 30/ Elizabeth- 36/ Lemuel- 1/ SIMMONS, William- 11/ HANSHAW, Francis- 26

COX, Ruben- 32/ Sarah E- 23/ James W- 8/ Jefferson W- 4/ Floyd- 7/12

GOAD, Alexander H- 48/ Martin- 10/ Jeremiah- 8/ Balard P- 6

WAUGH, Alexander S- 45/ Frances- 34/ Robert- 14/ James- 13/ Andrew- 11/ Marion- 9/ Margaret- 7/ Lidia- 5

COCHRAN, David J- 60/ Elizabeth- 64/ Caroline- 18/ SIMS, Mary J- 9/ SIMS, Andrew D- 8

SHAMLIN, Lawson- 31/ Sharlotte- 26/ Angeline- 6/ Barbra- 5/ George- 3/ David- 1

SHAMLIN, George- 55/ Barbra- 55/ Lucinda- 18/ Harriet- 16/ Thadeus- 15/ Van- 11

ARBOGAST, George- 40/ Mary- 36/ Michael- 16/ Francis M- 14/ George W- 11/ Christina- 9/ Ferdinand- 7/ Gracy- 5/ Nichodemus- 3/ Lemuel- 1/12 / HEDRICK, George W- 21/ HOLCOMB, Martha- 16

KING, George- 21/ Mary- 17

PIERSON, Joseph- 48/ Elizabeth- 54/ Harrison- 22/ Caroline-19/ David- 17/ William- 15/ Elizabeth- 11/ Samuel- 9/ JEFFERIES, William- 16

PIERSON, John- 26/ Sarah K- 20/ Joseph W- 3/ Caroline- 1

?Riley/Riling, William- 37/ Rebecca J- 27/ Elban J- 5/ Ruanna- 1/ McLAUGHLIN, Mathew- 27/ OBRIEN, William P- 26

SCHOONOVER, Daniel- 44/ Sarah- 38/ Sinnet M- 18/ Eliott S- 16/ Elvira J- 14/ Paul S- 12/ Adam G- 10/ James C- 8/ Mary E- 8/ Joanna M- 3/ Sarah E- 8/12

HOWELL, John- 35/ Mary- 38/ Malinda- 9/ Elizabeth- 7/ Susan- 4/ John B- 2

JOHNSTON, John- 42/ Sarah- 36/ Minerva- 14/ David R- 12/ Clark J- 10/ Caroline- 8/ James A- 5/ Ruth- 5/ John W- 1

KING, Charles W- 36/ Anna C- 23/ Charles J- 7/ Samuel- 4/ Mary S- 2

SHANNON, Norvel W- 42/ Susanna- 35/ Benjamin F- 17/ Mark K- 16/ Rebecca A- 13/ Caroline- 12/ Angeline- 12/ Martha J- 8/ Joseph W- 5/ Margaret E- 3/ Albert M- 1

FITZWATER, John- 55/ Rachel- 60/ Jefferson- 23/ Virginia- 14

ASHLY, Elizabeth- 46/ Delila- 20/ Melzena- 12/ Margaret- 9/ William W- 7/ Houston- 4

SUMMERS, Jehu Jr.- 43/ Nancy- 37/ Henry- 15/ Samuel- 13/ Sarah A- 12/ Alexander- 10/ Rebecca- 7/ Middleton- 5/ Caroline- 2

LONG, Elizabeth- 63/ David- 30/ Henrietta- 1

RHODES, Thomas- 38/ Caroline- 24/ Benjamin- 5/ Eliza J- 4/ George A- 3/ William R- 1/ Jabez C- 8

DAWSON, Alexander B- 54/ Sarah- 38/ Henry- 20/ John- 18/ Wyat- 14/ Josiah- 12/ Louis- 10/ Elizabeth- 7/ Margaret E- 4/ Malinda- 1

BROWN, Washington- 29/ Mary J- 22/ John A- 5/ William W- 2/ Eliza A- 1

WILLIAMS, Leroy- 47/ Mary A- 21/ Julianna- 19/ Elizabeth J- 16/ Olive- 15/ William- 14/ Nancy- 12/ Louisa- 11/ Shelton- 6/ Lucinda- 4

BUTCHER, George W- 50/ James A- 19/ Mahala- 16/ Matilda- 11/ Francis M- 8/ Aaron B- 6/ Granvil S M- 3/ SALSBURY, Franklin- 27/ BUTCHER, Perniny- 47

CHAPMAN, William- 42/ Felisity- 34/ William A C- 8/ Moses- 3/ Mariah D- 2/ Mary J- 2/12

COCHRAN, Preston B- 28/ Lurina- 26/ Jacob- 5/ Mary- 4/ Thomas- 2/ Margaret- 6/12

THOMPSON, George W- 32/ Rebecca- 29/ Bina- 10/ Barshiba- 6/ Sarah J- 3

ARBOGAST, Nichodemus- 36/ Mary-34/ Edith- 11/ Margaret J- 7/ America- 6/ Sarah- 5/ Rocksena- 5/ George- 1

HYER, Samuel E- 37/ Clarissa- 23/ Sherman- 3/ Amanda- 9/12

WAGGY, William- 40/ Wife- 22/ BRAGG, Jacob- 20

FITZWATER, William G- 72/ Mary- 59/ Henry M- 26/ Ptolemius- 21/ Mary S- 16/ Mary- 50

SALSBURY, A S- 30/ Ester- 23/ Olly- 9/ Thomas H- 5/ Elizabeth- 3

EAGLE, George- 30/ Margaret- 26/ Unity J- 1/ Elizabeth- 2/12

NUTTER, Thomas- 36/ Elizabeth- 37/ David W- 13/ Elizabeth- 12/ Ruena- 10/ Hamilton- 7/ Virginia- 5/ Martha- 3/ Caroline- 7/12

FITZWATER, Elisha- 38/ Harriet- 35/ Martin- 8/ George- 6/ Hugh- 4/ Mary- 1

HUGHES, George W- 40/ Margaret- 32/ Elizabeth- 11/ F McLusy- 9/ Emoline- 6/ James S- 1

BRAGG, William- 45/ Annie- 50

BRAGG, Jacob- 40/ Eliza- 30/ Jacob- 19/ Jesse- 17/ Isabel- 14/ Samuel- 10/ Presly- 6

DUNFORD, Thomas- 45/ Honor- 40/ Malvina- 10/ George W- 8/ Thomas J- 7/ Rebecca J- 5/ James- 3

OSBURN, Wilburn- 23/ Permelia- 21/ Martha J- 4/ John H- 2/ Adaline- 3/12

HOLCOMB, James- 39/ Nancy- 30/ John- 14/ Timothy- 12/ Nancy- 11/ Ethan- 9/ William- 7/ Susan- 5/ Louisa- 3/ Mary J- 7/12

KYLE, Robert- 41/ Frances- 36/ Elizabeth- 14/ Billy- 12/ Unice- 9/ Dicina- 7/ John- 6/ Martha- 4/ Mary E- 1

HUGHES, William- 64/ Dicina- 70

NOTTINGHAM, James- 36/ Katharine- 29/ George T- 9/ John S- 5/ Oma J- 3/ Julia A- 2/ Martha- 2

TRIPLET, Elizabeth- 47/ Bains- 22/ Nancy- 17/ Hedgman- 15/ Elizabeth- 11/ Susan- 8/ Morgan- 4

TRIPLET, Mc- 24/ Elvira- 20/ Martha- 3/ Hedgman- 1

SALSBURY, Jacob- 31/ BERRY, James M- 34/ Granvil S- 24/ BARRY, William J- 18/ WHEELER, Edward B- 23

QUAIN (?McQUAIN), Thomas M- 37/ Caroline- 30/ Joanna- 12/ Alexander H- 11/ Jehu S- 9/ William P-7/ Thomas M- 4/ Elizabeth- 2

MILLER, James- 60/ Elizabeth- 47/ Margaret- 62/ ROGERS, James- 14/ John- 13

DAWSON, Richeson- 30/ Eve- 30/ Susan- 10/ Peter S- 8/ Jilson- 6/ Alexander- 6/ Sarah- 4/ Levi- 2

TAYLOR, Solomon- 40/ Nancy- 29/ Eli- 15

NICHOLS, Rebecca- 20/ Chila or child- 1/ MULLENS, Josep- 60

ADKINS, Benjamin- 35/ Druzilla- 25/ William R- 2

ADKINS, Morris- 55/ Dorothy- 52/ Winny- 33/ Evoline- 18/ Thomas- 14/ Mathew- 11/ Vice- 4/ Randolph- 2/ Philip- 22

BLANKENSHIP, Clinton- 27/ Mary- 26/ Monterville- 10/ Avaline- 4/ Jackson- 2/ John- 20/ Henry- 23/ Rachel- 50/ Amanda- 18/ Harriet- 16

FORSYTHE, James- 23/ Nancy B- 25/ Ophelia- 2

STEPHENSON, Martin V- 27/ Nancy- 30/ John G- 2/ Thomas B- 15

RAMSY, Louis- 33/ Ruth- 30/ Franklin- 5/ Anthony Mc- 3/ John L -1/ NUTTER, Hannah- 70/ WAYBRIGHT, Cyrus- 18

STEPHENSON, Benjamin S- 36/ Priscilla- 25/ Franklin- 7/ Oseola- 4/ Charity- 1/ Charity- 68

ADKINS, Elizabeth- 24/ Teressa- 4/ Anson- 2

HOBS, Hardin- 45/ Wife- 28

PERRY, A- 40/ Ibby- 46/ Nancy- 20/ Caroline- 8/ Sally- 12/ William- 7/ ?Sip- 3


Some Good Communication


From: "James R. McKinney" HamrickJRattx.rrdotcom
Date: November 2, 2008
To: hamrick-latrootsweb.com
Subject: [HAMRICK] Clay Co., WV, Hamricks


Ricks,

I am writing to reach Hamricks that were born in Clay County, WV or live there now. Wilma Kay Hamrick is trying to find her siblings.

She was born 22 Nov 1957, and her mother Tressie Ramsey died in childbirth. Her father was Kossie Eugene Hamrick, s/o Wyatt Reynolds and Elizabeth Jane Young.
Wilma Kay was adopted about age two and still lives in West Virginia. I have the following siblings:

Kossie Eugene Hamrick Jr
Rodger Hamrick
Peggy Hamrick
Jeff Hamrick
Bethel Hamrick
James "Brad" Hamrick.

If anyone knows these siblings or has any information on the family, please write.
Hamrickjrattx.rrdotcom

[Putting this data into my outline format looks something like this:

6.0--Wyatt Reynolds (Hamrick?), b. est. 1917; m. Elizabeth Jane Young (b. est. 1917)
7.0--Kossie Eugene Hamrick, b. est. 1937; m. Tressie Ramsey (b. est. 1937; d. 22 Nov 1957)
8.0--Wilma Kay Hamrick, b. 22 Nov 1957

Perhaps this will help us find them in the 1930 census.]