SURNAME SATURDAY ~ BURRELL Family name
For Surname Saturday I am sharing my Burrell Family Name using an Ahnentefel Report.
(1) Grace Zion
(2) Arthur Zion married (3) Muriel Day in 1943. Arthur was son of
(4) Perry Zion who married (5) Alta Hall
(4) Perry Zion son of (8) Jonathan Adam Zion and (9) Rachel Millsap.
(9) Rachel is the daughter of (18)Flavious Millsap and (19) Anne Woodmansee. Rachel was born 19 April 1862 and died 13 May 1945.
(19) Anne Woodmanee born 10 July 1841 in Jackson Indiania. She married (18) Flavious September 1857. Anne passed away 04 July 1904.
(38 ) James White Woodmansee born 13 December 1816. He married on the 29th of October 1835 in Jackson, Indiania to (39) Rachel Burrell Hanner b 29 October 1835 in Jackson Indiania. James passed away 16 May 1898 in Decatur, Iowa.
Rachel daughter of (78) John W Hanner b about 1794 in Stokes Co. North Carolina and died 1840 in route to Iowa.
and (79) Rebecca Burrell who was b abt 1793 Green Township , Gallin, Ohio. She died 1853 in Decature Co, Iowa. John married on 02 July 1818 in Jackson, Indiania to Rebecca was born to
(158)Francis Burrell b Oct 1760 in Frederic County d February 04 1852 in Decature County, Iowa and (159) Sarah Ward b abt 1766 in Virginia died 1831 Virginia. They married 10th February 1787 Virginia.
Francis Burrell was son of (316) Richard Burrell b between 1728 and 1739 in Frederic County died 10th of June 1782 in Washington County and
(317) Susannah Wade b 1735 in Frederick County d 1783 Frederick County. They married about 1751 in Washington County, Maryland
Richard Burrell was son of (632) Peter Burrell b 08 Sept 1710 in Piscalaway d 07 of November 1751 and (633) Mary. Last name might of been Knight or Chapline.
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Saturday, December 29, 2012
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
On this day December 26th 1863 McCormick Zion passes away. He is one of my third great grandfathers
McCormick was born January 22, 1795 in Virginia to John W Sr and Lucy McCormick.McCormick was married twice, first to Sally Stuart with whom he had Sarah Zion. Sally died young some time before 1818.
McCormick then married Mary Gobble shortly after Sally's death in 1818.
McCormick and Mary had four children, Eliza , Mary, John Henderson ( my ancestor ) and Andrew.
I have copies of historical documents from a family bible where McCormick has recorded his marriages.
They are surely a pleasure to own these copies with our family history regarding McCormick
Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Merry Christmas to all of my friends. What a wonderful blessed day we are having today. I am thankful for all I have and pray for those who have troubles or pain in their lives at this time. I am thinking and praying for those who lost their children to tragedy and illness. My heart aches for them.
Be safe this holiday. Grace
Be safe this holiday. Grace