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1561 W.F. Johnson
Regiment Manigault's Battalion, South Carolina Artillery
Side Confederate
Company B
Soldier's Rank_In Private
Soldier's Rank_Out Private
Film Number M381 roll 17 
JOHNSON, William F (I156)
 
1562 Wade Hampton Johnson AYNOR Wade Hampton Johnson, age 65, of Nichols Highway, died Sunday, October 31, 2004 at Marion County Medical Center.Mr. Johnson was born in Aynor, a son of the late Andrew and Lizzie Allen Johnson. He was a member of Happy Home Baptist Church and retired as a custodian from Aynor High School in 1994.Surviving are his wife, Winnie Lee Johnson, of Aynor; two sons, Robert Steve Johnson and his wife, Jeannie, and Andy Wade Johnson and his wife, Kristi, all of Aynor; two daughters, Wanda Jean Johnson of Aynor and Wendy Lynn Johnson of Chadbourn, N.C.; three brothers, Paul G. Johnson of Taos, New Mexico and twin brother, William G. Johnson of Aynor and Aubrey Johnson of Aynor and seven grandchildren.Funeral services will be held 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, from Happy Home Baptist Church with the Rev. A.D. Grainger and the Rev. Kenneth Chatman officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery, directed by Goldfinch Funeral Home, Conway Chapel.The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, at the funeral home.An online guest book is available at www.goldfinch- funeralhome.com and MyrtleBeachOnline.com.Published in The Sun News on 11/2/2004. JOHNSON, Wade Hampton "Hamp" (I4237)
 
1563 Walter Palmer is NOT related to Sir William or John Palmer of Parham, Sussex, England or to Elizabeth Verney of Stogursey, Somerset, England.

Walter was married twice. Ann was his first wife. 
PALMER, Walter (I3235)
 
1564 Wendell is actually a GRANDSON of John Calhoun Williamson. I just don't know which of John's children Wendell is the offspring of yet.
Edit: Apparently the grandparents raised him as their own as they are listed as his parents on the FAG memorial (has been updated to reflect John Solomon Williamson as father).
Update: His Social Security application names Bell Johnson as his mother and John Williamson as his father. I can only conclude that Belle likely died shortly after the birth of Wendell. I do not have proof of that. Belle has no FAG memorial. 
WILLIAMSON, Wendell Buck (I3571)
 
1565 whilst working under his car at sister Meta's house on Florence Ave. PLATZ, Hugo W (I478)
 
1566 WHITEVILLE - Ruth Ward Fore, 78 of Whiteville, died Friday, November 21, 2003, at the Guardian Care of Rocky Mount. She was the daughter of the late Seymour Ward and Rachel Sellers and was preceded in death by her husband, Graham Fore. Mrs. Fore was a member of the First Baptist Church in Whiteville, and worked as a nurse with the Columbus County Hospital for over 20 years. She also graduated from the James Walker School of Nursing in 1947.
Survivors include daughters, Donna Fore Parker and husband Charles of Rocky Mount, N.C., Vickie Fore of Wilmington., N.C., sister, Josephine Herring of St. Petersburg, Fl.; brother, Leamon Tuton of Whiteville, N.C.; granddaughters, Rachel Parker and Mary Lena Parker both of Rocky Mount, N.C.
Services will be Monday, November 24, 2003, at 2:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Whiteville with Rev. L. Kendell Cameron, Jr and Rev. Joe Sellers officiating with burial following in the Whiteville Memorial Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday night at McKenzie Mortuary from 7-9 P.M.
Memorials may be made to a charity of your choice.
McKenzie Mortuary Service. 
WARD, Ruth (I11406)
 
1567 WHITEVILLE — Mrs. Maebell Powell, 96, of Whiteville, died Tuesday, Dec. 26, 2006.

Services: Funeral, 2 p.m. Thursday in Spring Branch Holiness Church. Burial in church cemetery. Visitation at Peacock Funeral Home in Whiteville.

Survived by: Son, Jerry; brother, J.D. Benton; sister, Ruth Bass; six grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.

Fayetteville Observer 12/27/2006 
BENTON, Maebell (I13541)
 
1568 WHITEVILLE — William Jesse Long Sr, 85, of Whiteville, died Saturday, April 1, 2006.
Services: Funeral, 11 a.m. Thursday in McKenzie Mortuary chapel in Whiteville. Burial in Hillcrest Cemetery in Lake Waccamaw.
Visitation: 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the mortuary.
Survived by: Daughters, Betty Carrier, Jane Dunham and Deborah Hoover; sons, William and Michael; sisters, Estaleen Faulk and Eula Register; 10 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. 
LONG, William Jesse (I9818)
 
1569 Wife of William Henry Price MORSE, Eva Mae (I8920)
 
1570 Wilhelm died and was buried in "Tagelerchaussee". There is no such place. However, there are two towns near Tegel See (Tegel Lake), Tegel and Tegelort. Chaussee means "country road", and is used widely in this area near Berlin. There is mention of a Tramway, first opened Jun 04 1891 called Pferdebahn (horse rail) Tegeler Chaussee. ULRICH, Wilhelm Adam (I290)
 
1571 Wilhelm must have had a brother, name unknown. There is a photo of Emil Ulrich (nephew of Wilhelm). Emil would have been Emma Ulrich Platz's 1st cousin. ULRICH, Wilhelm Adam (I290)
 
1572 Will: 9 OCT 1762 New Hanover Co., NC

He left his entire estate to Margaret Chicken, her children John, Lidy, Elias and Isaac Chicken who were still in Santee, SC.

Margaret Chicken (maiden name Guerry) was the sister of his first cousin once-removed's (Jacob Jeannert) second wife Magdalene Guerry

Source: Erin Bibles, Rootsweb.com
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Source: Marion McGee, Rootsweb.com

As far as can be determined, Elias Jenerette was never married and had no children. It is presumed that he was friends with Thomas Chicken (husband of Margaret Guerri) and provided care for Margaret and her children after the death of Thomas, and leaving them his entire estate upon his death. This presumption includes Thomas predeceasing Elias. klg 
JENERETTE, Elias (I508)
 
1573 Willene Foley Hanchey

Wed, 01/10/2007 - 12:40pm
By: The Citizen
Willene Foley Hanchey, 84, Fayetteville, died Jan. 2, 2007. She was born Dec. 17,1922 in Coffee County, Ala. She was preceded in death by her husband, James C. Hanchey. She was a longtime resident of Tyrone, where she was a member of First Baptist Church. Services were at the First Baptist Church with the Rev. Dr. Jim Burdette officiating. Interment was at Sharon Memorial Gardens, Tyrone. Survivors include a son, Jim and Becky Hanchey; daughters, Alleta and Homer Cooper, and Trennon and Greg Harrell; grandchildren, Kevin and Cassie Bruce, Amanda and Tim Norris, Kim and Jeff Watts, Brad and Jennifer Hanchey, Melissa and Brandon Grinage, and Audrey and Jonathan Robinson; great-grandchildren, Mark Watts, Mason Watts, Cush Bruce, Arielle Bruce, Caleb Goodman, Makaylee Robinson, and Colin Grinage; brothers, William "Pete" Foley, and Todd Boland; and sisters, Lois Messick, and Julia Stiltner. Memorial donations may be made to Southwest Christian Hospice, 7223 Lester Road, Union City, GA 30291, or the Gideon's. Carl J. Mowell & Son Funeral Home, Fayetteville, was in charge. 
FOLEY, Willene (I17190)
 
1574 William came to the USA in 1896 with Hugo. He then returned to Germany with Hugo, and stayed with Hugo's brother Albert to learn the brewing trade. He returned to the USA in 1901 as a married man, and ended up in Los Angeles. PLATZ, Victor Hugo William "William" (I432)
 
1575 WILLIAM GRISSETT (1829-1902)
WILL written March 27 March 1902 with James A. Mintz, executor.
WILL OF WILLIAM GRISSETT III
State of North Carolina
Brunswick County
 
I William Grissett of the County and State above written beingof Sound minde and memory do make publish and declare this to bemy Last Will and Testament to wit:
1st first I give devise and bequeath all my Household and kitchen furniture and one Blue Sow and pigs to my wife Polly.
2nd Second I give all my Swamp land known as Shallotte Swamp tomy son Mayham J. Grissett and Daughter Athalia A. Russ and Ruther A. Grissett.
3rd Third I give my daughter Sara D. Tharpe $50.00 Fifty Dollarsto be paid by the above named heirs.
4th Fourth, I give my Daughter Mary E. Mints a piece of up land Situated or lying on the west side of her field between her lineand a certain bay or Branch.
5th Fifth, I give all the rest of my Lands to my son Mayham J.Grissett and all my personal property not mentioned in this Will to be given to my son Mayham J. Grissett.
6th Sixth I give all the rents that may accru to my wife Polly during her natural life.
7th Seventh, I give my granddaughter Taska Grissett, the daughter of D. V. Grissett, the sum of $5 five Dollars when shecomes of age.
8th Eighth, I nominate and appoint James A. Mints to be the executor of this my Will and Testament in witness where of I have here unto Set my hand and Seal this 27th Day of March 1902.
 
Wm. Grissett (Seal)
Witnesses:Signed, sealed published and declared as and for his last Willand testament by the above named testator in our presents whohave at his request and in his presents and in the presents ofeach other signed our names as witness there. N. M. Benton P. B. Mintz
The Will of William Grissett was recorded 9th of May 1902 with James A. Mintz, executor. Heirs named were Mayham J. Grissett, Athalia Russ, Ruther A. Grissett, Sarah D. Tharp, Mary E. Mintz and Tasker Grissett.
 
source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~fryeandmecca/Trish's%20web%20tree/pafg66.htm#4 201  
GRISSETT, William IV (I3013)
 
1576 WILLIAM H. WOODHAM, 84, of Dade City died Friday at Columbia Hospital. A native of Covington County, Ala., he moved to the area 45 years ago from Opp, Ala. He was a retired farmer, Army veteran of World War II and a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars. He is survived by his wife, Mildred; a son, Gary of San Antonio; two daughters, Debra McDonald and Java Sue Childers, both of Dade City; a brother, Lawson of Opp; 19 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren. Oakley Funeral Home, Dade City.

Published in The Tampa Tribune - January 4, 1998 
WOODHAM, # William Hollie (I19074)
 
1577 William had three children with an unknown spouse prior to his marriage to Janie (Lizzie, Ella, and Charles). FAIL, William Henry (I10170)
 
1578 William is a commonly used Boyett given name. There are at least three William Boyetts born about the same time, and they were born to brothers Emanuel, Bennett, and John who may have had a brother named William who perhaps died young. It is unclear to me which brother's son carries Burl as a middle name, and married Elizabeth Katrina Allen. BOYETT, William Burl (I8634)
 
1579 William married 26 Oct 1865 in Barbour Co. Ala. to Antionette James this was her married name. She was married first to Enos James her maiden name was Emmerson,She had a daughter by Enos She married Enos James 14 Nov. 1859 in Barbour Co. Ala. her daughter by him was Mary Emma born 1862 this dau married a Kilgo in Texas.
Joseph G Hicks, Sr 
Family F2593
 
1580 William only appears on the 1900 census. I believe he is not the son of Thomas and Sophronia (and his alleged birthdate makes it impossible), but the son of Beatrice by her first (unknown) husband. He may have had at least one brother. His real surname is unknown at this time. HARRELSON, William L (I18144)
 

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