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Descendants of Jonathon Faulk

  

Generation No. 1

 

     1.  Jonathon1 Faulk1,2 was born 1762 in North Carolina, and died August 23, 1811 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana.  He married Phoebe Tillman3,4, daughter of Gideon Tillman.  She was born March 1753 in North Carolina, and died May 29, 1835 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana.

    

Children of Jonathon Faulk and Phoebe Tillman are:

+    2             i.   John Tillman2 Faulk, born December 26, 1785 in Bladen County, North Carolina; died November 05, 1871 in Logtown, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.

      3            ii.   Nancy Elizabeth Faulk5, born 1786; died September 22, 1855 in Winnsboro, Franklin Parish, Louisiana.  She married John Dyson5 October 08, 1817 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana6; died Unknown.

      4            iii.   Jane Faulk7, born 1788 in South Carolina; died Unknown.  She married (1) Lauren Taylor7; died Unknown.  She married (2) August Roi7; died Unknown.

      5            iv.   Aquilla Faulk7, died December 26, 1821 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.

      6            v.   Claudius Faulk7, born 1799 in South Carolina; died Abt. June 1828 in Louisiana.  He married Selina Etier7 May 1827 in Louisiana; died Unknown.

      7            vi.   Lavincy Faulk7, born in Georgia; died October 15, 1836 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.  She married Thomas Martin7 October 11, 1829 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

     2.  John Tillman2 Faulk (Jonathon1)8,9 was born December 26, 1785 in Bladen County, North Carolina, and died November 05, 1871 in Logtown, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana10.  He married (1) Elizabeth Martin May 29, 1807 in Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi10.  She was born 1793, and died October 11, 1834.  He married (2) Mary Caroline Powell10 March 21, 1832 in Ascension Parish, Louisiana11,12.  She died October 11, 1834 in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.  He married (3) Marion Lydia White13 February 28, 183514.  She was born 1803, and died October 15, 1838 in Logtown, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.  He married (4) Keziah Faulk15,16 January 01, 1849 in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana17, daughter of James Faulk and Elender Shepherd.  She was born December 25, 1814 in Twiggs County, Georgia, and died November 05, 1886 in Athens, Henderson County, Texas.

 

Notes for John Tillman Faulk:

They following is courtesy of Karen Everritt, West Monroe, Louisiana:

 

During the War of 1812 and Louisiana threatened by a British Invasionin late 1814, John T. Faulk became part of Declouet's Regiment, Louisiana Militia in Catahoula Parish as a private in Captain R.L. Sackett's Co., 15th Reginemt. The company made it to the Louisiana capital in time to participate in the famed battle of New Orleans. Faulk was wounded by a gun shot through the left thigh and was discharged 3 Feb 1815. By the Louisiana Legislative act of 7 Jan.1819, he received a pension of $8.00 per month. Later with the passage of several Federal Statutes awarding pension and bounty lands for veterans of US military service, he applied for his rights.  With his application papers, he included an affidavit from fellow soldier John Carroll who stated that their unit was marched below New Orleans near English Turn on the Mississippi River in October and remained there until 24 Dec. 1814. A large portion of the British army landed opposite them on the east side. A party of British took up quarters in a big frame house on the night of 6 Jan. 1815. Capt. Sackett called for 25 men to cross the river and give a fight to the enemy in the house. John T. Faulk and John Carroll were two of the 25 volunteers.

 

Faulk was sent to spy out the position. When he reported, he was sent a second time with orders to shoot a supposed sentinel.  As he tried to comply with the order, be was seen by his enemy and got himself shot.  He was so near the enemy fire his clothes caught fire from ensuring shots exchanged between friend and foe.  One source stated that John Carroll carried Faulk to safety. However, another source noted that Faulk was wounded during the nightbattle of 28 Dec. 1814 and was found by John Kitterlin who "took himup in his arms" (Faulk being a small man) and removed him within the lines in safely. Mr. Faulk never knew his preserver until 1842, wherein Mr. Ketterlin stopped at his house on his way up (from Catahoula Parish) to the land office at Monroe to secure his land. While there, upon talking over past events and recurring to the battle of New Orleans, the discovery was made of their former opportune meeting, when their delight was mutual, and both brave men clasped hands in life-long friendship.

 

It was later told that Faulk's wound in the left thigh from a musketball was so large that a surgeon drew a silk handkerchief through it to clean out the powder.  From that injury, he was crippled for the remainder of his life.  He as all others of his unit was honorably discharged on orders of General Andrew Jackson at their encampment below New Orleans.  He is listed in Ancestory.com's Military Records: War of 1812 Muster Rolls as a Private in Declouet's Regiment, Louisian Militia.

 

 

This is a copy of letter written by J. (John) T. Faulk:  "La. Ouachita 18th of November 1866"

 

Why this long silence between you and me wife and children? I feel this day quite well in health and I now see fit to tell you from whence our family sprang and of the stock of people from which we came. We came from Europe according to the words of our forefathers. In 1671, there was a province on the river Rhine, it lies between Germany and France; there was a large number of that province, that protested against the Roman Catholic order of religion who were called by way of reproach Hughenot Protestants.

The Pope of Rome ordered them all to be exterminatd and on St. Bartholomews night, twelve thousand of the Protestant Hughenots were treacherously massacred and many more hunted up and tortured to death. All that refused to renounce the Protestant faith and return to the Romish mode of worship, were put to death. The persecution became so terrible against the Protestant Hughenots, that quite or nearly all were destroyed from the Rhine province. A number of hard battles were fought. Finally the Hughenots found their case hopeless and many of them fled to America to find a land of peace and quiet.

 

The ship that brought them landed at Wilmington on the coast of North Carolina, which was then only a few houses, now a city of N.C. Well with that Ship's company, there three brothers, names thus- James Faulk, Right Faulk, and Melzer Faulk. These three brothers all raised families and their familes, no doubt raised families. Now from these three brothers sprang a numerous number and have given the name to not a few. I have seen many of the names and all that I have seen, if he had been careful to inform himself all can trace their origin back to the Hughenot brothers.

 

And now my boys you need not be ashamed of your origin. I am satisfied that all the Faulks now in America, sprang from one or the other of these three brothers.

 

The record says that all of the Faulks who were in the Rhine province were put to death, but these three brothers: all for the sake of Protestant Christian faith. Mind you, these protestants were of the Lutheran faith. Luther was the first successful reformer in his time: and after the dark ages of the world. Now in conclusion, allow me to admonish and beg of you, to not fail to make sure work for the salvation of your souls. Pray earnestly to God to enlighten your understanding, read often the Holy Bible and testament. They will point you out the way to heaven. Read them to your mother, brother and sister, the same I say to all of you. Let us try to meet in heaven, Shall we know each in that happy place? Yes, surely we shall be made known to each other etc.   Signed: J. T. Faulk

 

 

Notes for Elizabeth Martin:  She was aged 14 at the time of her marriage.

    

Children of John Faulk and Elizabeth Martin are:

      8             i.   Rachel3 Faulk18, born March 31, 1809; died Unknown.

      9            ii.   Jehu M. Faulk19, born February 13, 1811 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana; died May 29, 1837 in Logtown, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.

      10          iii.   Johnathan D. Faulk19, born November 15, 1813 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana; died July 01, 1832 in Logtown, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.

      11          iv.   David King Faulk19, born July 02, 1817; died August 17, 1890 in Logtown, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.  He married (1) Lucy Jane Knox19 August 31, 1843; died Unknown.  He married (2) Margaret Owen Wiseman19 November 02, 1857; died Unknown.

      12           v.   Lucinda Faulk19, born November 27, 1819 in Logtown, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died September 27, 1820 in Logtown, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.

      13          vi.   Hannibal Faulk19, born November 04, 1822 in Caldwell Parish, Louisiana; died April 22, 1861 in Logtown, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.  He married Jane Antonia Scriber19 March 01, 1846 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana20; died Unknown.

      14         vii.   Aquilla Faulk21, born October 06, 1824 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died March 05, 1846 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.

      15         viii.   Phoebe Faulk21, born November 14, 1826 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died January 07, 1888 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.  She married Stephen Williams21 March 30, 1843 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died Unknown.

 

    

Child of John Faulk and Mary Powell is:

      16            i.   John Cooper3 Faulk21,22, born September 06, 1834 in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died October 10, 1865 in Morehouse Parish, Louisiana.  He married Sarah Jan Philpott23 April 25, 1854; died Unknown.

 

Notes for John Cooper Faulk:  He was a Methodist minister.

 

    

Children of John Faulk and Marion White are:

      17            i.   Jesse3 Faulk23, born July 20, 1836; died Unknown.

 

Notes for Jesse Faulk:  This could be the same Jesse Faulk who was in the Louisiana 18th Infantry, CSA.

 

+    18           ii.   Robert White Faulk, born October 07, 1838 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died February 16, 1873 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.

 

    

Children of John Faulk and Keziah Faulk are:

      19            i.   Jonathan James3 Faulk23, born February 11, 1851 in Logtown, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died July 16, 1935 in Athens, Henderson County, Texas.  He married Genie Beaty23 April 1881 in Athens, Henderson County, Texas; died Unknown.

      20           ii.   Alfred Andrew Faulk23, born October 01, 1852 in Logtown, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died September 1923 in Wapanucka, Johnston County, Oklahoma.  He married Buena Attaway23 June 1903; died Unknown.

      21          iii.   Nancy Ann Faulk23, born March 31, 1854 in Logtown, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died October 28, 1873 in Athens, Henderson County, Texas.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

     18.  Robert White3 Faulk (John Tillman2, Jonathon1)23 was born October 07, 1838 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana24, and died February 16, 1873 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana24.  He married Susan Mary Williams25,26 March 12, 1856, daughter of Rev. R. T. Williams.  She was born October 11, 1838 in Williams, North Carolina, and died February 13, 1932 in Charleyville (Alto), Richland Parish, Louisiana.

 

Notes for Robert White Faulk:

Obituary of Robert White Faulk (courtesy of Charles Schwiezer) (no name for the newspaper publisher provided).

 

"Robert W. Faulk was born October 7, 1838, and died, at his residence on the Ouachita river, below Monroe, February 16, 1873.  He was the son of the venerable and widely known John T. Faulk - after whom Faulk's chapel is named - and brother of John C. Faulk, who died a member of the Louisiana Conference.  From his childhood he was a lover of Jesus and a professing Christian.  He led his household to the Master, and was truly known among them as a "priest unto God."  He felt himself thoroughly identified with the church in its every experience of joy, sorrow, bereavement and labor.  Never, to bless her sons, was voice or hand denied.  Nothing but personal sickness ever vacated his place in the congregation.  The preacher now will feel bereaved, as he stands in the sacred desk, of appreciation, sympathy and love; nor there only, for his heart was always open to the cares, fears and anxieties of his pastor.

 

He was peculiar, but his angularities were conscientious - the result of convictions attained by processes and from a standpoint purely his own.  This gave his manner at times the appearance of abruptness and harshness; but it was appearance only, for his heart was full of generous, delicate and tender sympathies.  Conspicuous among other noble qualities was his liberality.  An instance recurs:  In 1870, as a member of the board of stewards, he made the assessment on himself, in view of his embarrassment, but in the winding up of the year his crop exceeded his expectations, and he voluntarily increased his subscription $50.  Gratitude formed no small element of his beneficence.

 

During the last few years he ripened rapidly for the kingdom, and death neither took him by surprise nor gave him alarm.  The habit of trusting the Savior was too frequently exercised and firmly rooted to be shaken by such an event.  To his sould, fully armed and strong in recent and numerous triumphs, the last enemy came as an insignificant reptile that was crushed by his mailed heel.

 

The church and community participate with his family in their sense of bereavement.  The resurrection of the good is precious to us all, but each saint we bury intensities the eagerness of our hope to join our loved ones in heaven.  Faulk's Chapel, March 21, 1873"

 

Notes for Susan Mary Williams:

One obituary reads:

" Former Ruston Resident Dies - Mrs. M.S. Faulk, aged 93, died early this morning after a prolonged illness.  She died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. D. M. Noble at Charleyvill, La., on Beouf River.  The funeral will be held from the home of Dr. Robert Faulk in Monroe Saturday morning.  The Sue Faulk Circle of the Methodist Church is named for her and during her long residence in Ruston she took an active part in church affairs. "

 

Another obituary reads:

" Mrs. Susan Faulk Dies in Richland Parish Friday - Well Known Pioneer Resident Succumbs At Age of 93 Years "

 

" Mrs. Susan M. Faulk, aged 93, one of the oldest and most highly regarded residents of the state, passed away this morning at 10 o'clock at the plantation home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Noble, Sr. at Charlieville in Richland Parish.

 

Death came rather unexpected and after a short illness, Mrs. Faulk having been an unusually well preserved woman for one of her age.  The funeral will be held at the plantation residence tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.  The interment will take place in the Faulk family plot in the Old City Cemetery in Monroe at 11:30 o'clock Saturday morning.  Rev. D.C. Barr, for years a close family friend, will officiate, assisted by Rev. W.C. Scott, local pastor.

 

Mrs. Faulk recalled with vividness her coming to Louisiana at the age of six from North Carolina to make her home here.  The trip was made in a three-horse covered wagon.  her parents settled at what is today Mt. Vernon.  her father was a methodist preacher, of this parish, Rev. R.T. Williams.  At an early age she was married to R. W. Faulk, a prosperous planter of Ouachita.  Her husband was the son of John T. Faulk who was the progenitor of all the Faulk family of this section today.  John T. Faulk was a participant in the Battle of New Orleans in which he was wounded.

 

R. W. Faulk, Sr., died shortly after the end of the Civil War leaving his widow with a family of seven children to care for.  She lived on what is the present W. W. McDonald place on the Columbia Road for many years. "

    

Children of Robert Faulk and Susan Williams are:

+    22            i.   Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, born April 22, 1857 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died June 26, 1934 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana.

+    23           ii.   Dr. Robert Williams Faulk, born November 17, 1859 in Logtown, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died April 01, 1946 in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.

      24          iii.   Lillie Jane Faulk27, born February 10, 1862 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died July 18, 1884.  She married Mr. John H. Steele27; died Unknown.

      25          iv.   Stephen D. Faulk27, born June 15, 1864; died January 05, 1900 in Athens, Henderson County, Texas.  He married Marion Russell27; died Unknown.

      26           v.   Earnest Noble Faulk27,28, born September 23, 1866 in Logtown, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died February 26, 1957 in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.  He married Laura Morris29 October 04, 1893; died Unknown.

      27          vi.   Lewis Norman Faulk29, born September 18, 1869 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died October 03, 1885.

      28         vii.   John T. Faulk29, born December 09, 1871 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died August 08, 1880 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

     22.  Agatha Virginia4 Faulk (Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1)30,31,32 was born April 22, 1857 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana, and died June 26, 1934 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana.  She married Charles Mark Noble33 September 08, 1875 in Charleyville (Alto), Richland Parish, Louisiana33, son of Fleming Noble and Ann Grayson.  He was born February 11, 1851, and died February 09, 1924 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana.

 

Notes for Agatha Virginia Faulk:

She lived in Charleyville, which is near Alto, Louisiana.  "Ma Noble" is remembered as being a very dear lady and one with a heart of gold.  She raised her two granddaughters, Ginny and Mutsy, after their mother had died at the young age of 24.

 

Notes for Charles Mark Noble:

The author's grandfather, Frank Elwin Morgan II, recalled of Charles Noble:  "He and Frank Hatch owned most of the best land west of the Beouf River.  Two or two and a half bales to the acre was normal.  They would furnish a plot of land, mules, plowes, etc. to a negro for one year.  He would then grow cotton and when harvested he would then take it to Mr. Noble's gin.  Mr. Noble would then sell the cotton.  They would add up all of the man's purchases at Mr. Noble's store and then settle both accounts and left over cash at the same time.  An opportunity to farm with Mr. Noble or Frank Hatch was very much prized by the people of that area.  The banks at Rayville, Mangham and Alto (all in Richland Parish) were owned by the two men. He enjoyed the respect of everyone in the area."  His tombstone shows him being born on February 1, 1851; however, the correct date, according to a family bible, is February 11.

    

Children of Agatha Faulk and Charles Noble are:

      29            i.   Robert Faulk5 Noble33, born January 07, 1877 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana; died August 09, 1888 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana.

+    30           ii.   Sue Williams Noble, born October 03, 1878; died September 27, 1960 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana.

      31          iii.   Charles Mark Noble33, born July 03, 1880 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana; died October 19, 1886 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana.

+    32          iv.   Eliza Grayson Noble, born October 19, 1882; died November 16, 1906 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana.

      33           v.   Lilly Kate Noble33, born February 02, 1885; died November 27, 1961.  She married Dr. Hardie Rogers Hays June 14, 190633; died Unknown.

+    34          vi.   Charles Mark Noble, born November 04, 1889; died August 19, 1953.

 

 

     23.  Dr. Robert Williams4 Faulk (Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1)34,35 was born November 17, 1859 in Logtown, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana, and died April 01, 1946 in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.  He married Florence S. Barkdull36 November 02, 1887.  She died Unknown.

    

Children of Robert Faulk and Florence Barkdull are:

      35            i.   Leonidas Barkdull5 Faulk37, born November 21, 1889; died Unknown.

      36           ii.   Agatha Faulk37, born August 23, 1892; died Unknown.  She married Mr. Redditt; died Unknown.

      37          iii.   Florence Faulk37, born October 06, 1896 in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died December 31, 1993 in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.  She married Horace Fluker37 June 16, 1920 in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died Unknown.

      38          iv.   Elizabeth Louise Faulk37, born May 16, 1900 in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; died Unknown.  She married Mr. Bland; died Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

     30.  Sue Williams5 Noble (Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1)38 was born October 03, 1878, and died September 27, 1960 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana.  She married Frank Buckner Hatch April 19, 1905 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana38, son of Francis Hatch and Cornelia McIntosh.  He was born October 13, 1880, and died June 27, 1945.

    

Children of Sue Noble and Frank Hatch are:

      39            i.   Frank Buckner6 Hatch, born Private.  He married Ruth Murphy Private; born Private.

      40           ii.   Agatha Hatch, born Private.  She married Albert Riggs Private; born Private.

      41          iii.   Charles Noble Hatch, born November 15, 1910; died May 05, 1984.  He married Jessie McLain Private; born Private.

      42          iv.   Richard Fleming Hatch, born Private.

      43           v.   Leon McIntosh Hatch, born September 03, 1919; died November 29, 1919.

 

 

     32.  Eliza Grayson5 Noble (Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1)38 was born October 19, 1882, and died November 16, 1906 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana.  She married Henry Q Vaughan July 02, 190338.  He was born December 08, 1859, and died Unknown.

 

Notes for Eliza Grayson Noble:

Eliza died at age 24 shortly after the birth of "Mutsy". Her mother, "Ma Noble", raised her two daughters, Virginia and Eliza.  Its probable that Charleyville was named after her father, Charles M. Noble.

 

Notes for Henry Q Vaughan:

Henry was store manager for Charles Noble for many years. Refer to Charles Noble for more information on his operations. Henry Vaughan served in WW I and was apparently gassed, but survived.  He is buried in Monroe, Louisiana with his mother's relatives, the Faulks.

    

Children of Eliza Noble and Henry Vaughan are:

+    44            i.   Virginia Noble6 Vaughan, born February 11, 1905 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana; died April 20, 1979 in Rayville, Richland Parish, Louisiana.

+    45           ii.   Eliza Noble Vaughan, born Private.

 

 

     34.  Charles Mark5 Noble (Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1)38 was born November 04, 1889, and died August 19, 1953.  He married Bena Maxwell Hatch December 27, 1917 in Richland Parish, Louisiana38, daughter of Richard Hatch and Mary Mhoon.  She was born March 17, 1899, and died August 20, 1979 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana.

    

Children of Charles Noble and Bena Hatch are:

+    46            i.   Mary Mhoon6 Noble, born Private.

+    47           ii.   Charles Mark Noble, born Private.

+    48          iii.   Flossie Stephens Noble, born Private.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

     44.  Virginia Noble6 Vaughan (Eliza Grayson5 Noble, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1)38 was born February 11, 1905 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana, and died April 20, 1979 in Rayville, Richland Parish, Louisiana.  She married Frank Elwin Morgan June 14, 1922 in Ruston, Louisiana39, son of Frank Morgan and Zula Penny.  He was born May 14, 1900 in Calhoun, Ouachita Parish, Lousiana, and died Abt. 1985 in Arkansas.

 

Notes for Virginia Noble Vaughan:

The author of this history remembers his grandmother, "Ginny", with the fondest memories and as much love as a grandson could have.  She appears as five years old in the 1910 census of Richland Parish.  After being married to Frank Morgan he then married Pete Koerner (he died before she).  She received her education from Whitworth College at Brookhaven, Mississippi and later her nursing training at Charity Hospital in Natchez, Mississippi.  She spent most of her later life in Jackson and was a member of the Capital Street United Methodist Church. Her funeral services were at Mulhearn Funeral Home in Rayville, Louisiana later followed by internment near her childhood home at the Alto Church.  The cemetery is situated in one of the most lovely southern settings possible with a white traditional church surrounded by mighty oaks covered with Spanish Moss. She is missed dearly by the entire family.

    

Children of Virginia Vaughan and Frank Morgan are:

+    49            i.   Agatha Virginia7 Morgan, born Private.

+    50           ii.   Leah Ann Morgan, born Private.

+    51          iii.   Frank Elwin Morgan, born Private.

 

 

     45.  Eliza Noble6 Vaughan (Eliza Grayson5 Noble, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1) was born Private.  She married Bernard Ford Private.  He died Unknown.

    

Children of Eliza Vaughan and Bernard Ford are:

+    52            i.   Eliza7 Ford, born Private.

+    53           ii.   Suzanne Vaughan Ford, born Private.

 

 

     46.  Mary Mhoon6 Noble (Charles Mark5, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1) was born Private.  She married James E. Ball Private.  He was born Private.

    

Children of Mary Noble and James Ball are:

      54            i.   Bena7 Ball, born Private.

      55           ii.   Rosemary Ball, born Private.

      56          iii.   Vicki Ball, born Private.

      57          iv.   Jim Ball, born Private.

      58           v.   Susan Ball, born Private.

 

 

     47.  Charles Mark6 Noble (Charles Mark5, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1) was born Private.  He married Eugenia Nadler Private.  She was born Private.

    

Children of Charles Noble and Eugenia Nadler are:

+    59            i.   Eugenia Ann7 Noble, born Private.

      60           ii.   Charles Mark Noble, born Private.

 

 

     48.  Flossie Stephens6 Noble (Charles Mark5, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1) was born Private.  She married (1) Charles Ola Jones Private.  He was born Private.  She married (2) Tommy E. Cooper Private.  He was born Private.

    

Children of Flossie Noble and Charles Jones are:

+    61            i.   Charles Ola7 Jones, born Private.

      62           ii.   Mary Noble Jones, born Private.

 

    

Child of Flossie Noble and Tommy Cooper is:

      63            i.   Betty Catherine7 Cooper, born Private.

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

     49.  Agatha Virginia7 Morgan (Virginia Noble6 Vaughan, Eliza Grayson5 Noble, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1) was born Private.  She married Raymond Donald Fox Private, son of Norman Fox and Ruby Thornton.  He was born December 08, 1924 in San Antonio, Texas40, and died April 12, 1960 in New Iberia, Louisiana.

    

Children of Agatha Morgan and Raymond Fox are:

+    64            i.   Raymond Donald8 Fox II, born Private.

+    65           ii.   Sharon Ann Fox, born Private.

+    66          iii.   Richard Norman Fox, born Private.

 

 

     50.  Leah Ann7 Morgan (Virginia Noble6 Vaughan, Eliza Grayson5 Noble, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1) was born Private.  She married James Jordan Private.  He was born Private.

    

Child of Leah Morgan and James Jordan is:

      67            i.   Carol Ann8 Jordan, born Private.

 

 

     51.  Frank Elwin7 Morgan (Virginia Noble6 Vaughan, Eliza Grayson5 Noble, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1) was born Private.  He married Beverly Ann Carter Private.  She was born Private.

    

Children of Frank Morgan and Beverly Carter are:

      68            i.   Linda Louise8 Morgan, died December 04, 1952.

      69           ii.   Rosalyn Morgan, born Private.

      70          iii.   Frank Elwin Morgan, born Private.

      71          iv.   Penny Jo Morgan, born Private.

 

 

     52.  Eliza7 Ford (Eliza Noble6 Vaughan, Eliza Grayson5 Noble, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1) was born Private.  She married Buddy Netterville Private.  He was born Private.

    

Children of Eliza Ford and Buddy Netterville are:

      72            i.   Anna8 Netterville, born Private.

      73           ii.   Douglas Netterville, born Private.

 

 

     53.  Suzanne Vaughan7 Ford (Eliza Noble6 Vaughan, Eliza Grayson5 Noble, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1) was born Private.  She married Charles McKenzie Private.  He was born Private.

    

Children of Suzanne Ford and Charles McKenzie are:

      74            i.   Bernard8 McKenzie, born Private.

      75           ii.   Carrie McKenzie, born Private.

      76          iii.   Charles McKenzie, born Private.

      77          iv.   Lynn McKenzie, born Private.

 

 

     59.  Eugenia Ann7 Noble (Charles Mark6, Charles Mark5, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1) was born Private.  She married Mr. Charles Elliott Whitehurst Private.  He was born Private.

    

Child of Eugenia Noble and Charles Whitehurst is:

      78            i.   Catherine Noble8 Whitehurst, born Private.

 

 

     61.  Charles Ola7 Jones (Flossie Stephens6 Noble, Charles Mark5, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1) was born Private.  He married (1) Rhonda Rene' Rice Private.  She was born Private.  He married (2) Tammy Lynn Doherty Private.  She was born Private.

    

Child of Charles Jones and Rhonda Rice is:

      79            i.   Adrienne Annette8 Jones, born Private.

 

    

Children of Charles Jones and Tammy Doherty are:

      80            i.   Connor Elliot8 Jones, born Private.

      81           ii.   Cameron Reed Jones, born Private.

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

     64.  Raymond Donald8 Fox II (Agatha Virginia7 Morgan, Virginia Noble6 Vaughan, Eliza Grayson5 Noble, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1) was born Private.  He married (1) Rita Nopens Private.  She was born Private.  He married (2) Nancy Bergman Private.  She was born Private.

    

Child of Raymond Fox and Rita Nopens is:

+    82            i.   Caprice Illene9 Fox, born Private.

 

    

Child of Raymond Fox and Nancy Bergman is:

      83            i.   Jennifer Elizabeth9 Fox, born Private.

 

 

     65.  Sharon Ann8 Fox (Agatha Virginia7 Morgan, Virginia Noble6 Vaughan, Eliza Grayson5 Noble, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1) was born Private.  She married Thomas Benton Cruse Private.  He was born Private.

    

Children of Sharon Fox and Thomas Cruse are:

      84            i.   Tom9 Cruse, born August 13, 1971 in Monroe, Louisiana; died April 08, 1997.

      85           ii.   Jay Cruse, born Private.

      86          iii.   Mary Cruse, born Private.

 

 

     66.  Richard Norman8 Fox (Agatha Virginia7 Morgan, Virginia Noble6 Vaughan, Eliza Grayson5 Noble, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1) was born Private.  He married Debra Jane Egan Private.  She was born Private.

    

Children of Richard Fox and Debra Egan are:

      87            i.   Richard Raymond9 Fox, born Private.

      88           ii.   Ryan Edward Fox, born Private.

      89          iii.   Robyn Seyward Fox, born Private.

      90          iv.   Renee Debra Fox, born Private.

 

 

Generation No. 9

 

     82.  Caprice Illene9 Fox (Raymond Donald8, Agatha Virginia7 Morgan, Virginia Noble6 Vaughan, Eliza Grayson5 Noble, Agatha Virginia4 Faulk, Robert White3, John Tillman2, Jonathon1) was born Private.  She married (1) Robert Transue Private.  He was born Private.  She married (2) Eddie Whitten Private.  He was born Private.

    

Child of Caprice Fox and Robert Transue is:

      91            i.   Brice Cody10 Transue, born Private.

 

    

Child of Caprice Fox and Eddie Whitten is:

      92            i.   Eddie Kole10 Whitten, born Private.

 

 

 

Endnotes

 

1.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

2.  Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Endowments for the dead, 1893-1970; heir indexes, 1924-1956; baptisms for the dead, 1941-1970,  (Salt Lake City, Utah), Film #184308.

3.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

4.  Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Endowments for the dead, 1893-1970; heir indexes, 1924-1956; baptisms for the dead, 1941-1970,  (Salt Lake City, Utah), Film #184308.

5.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

6.  Edmund West Compiler, Gene Pool Individual Records from the Gene Pool Program,  (Provo, Utah  @ Ancestory.com), "Electronic."

7.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

8.  Pierson, Marion John Bennett, comp., Louisiana Soldiers in the War of 1812,  (Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society, 1963).

9.  National Archives and Records Administration, Index to the Compiled Military Service Records for the Volunteer Soldiers Who Served During the War of 1812,  (M602, 234 rolls. Washington, D.C), Roll Box 70, Roll Extract 602.

10.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

11.  Broderbund, Family Archive CD 227, Marriage Index,  (Selected Counties of AR, CA, IA, LA, MN, MO, OR, TX), "CD-ROM."

12.  Dodd, Jordan R, et. al., Early American Marriages: Louisiana to 1850,  (Precision Indexing Publishers).

13.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

14.  Dodd, Jordan R, et. al., Early American Marriages: Louisiana to 1850,  (Precision Indexing Publishers), Shows marriage to Lydia Scriber (she had been married earlier).

15.  Broderbund, Family Archive CD 227, Marriage Index,  (Selected Counties of AR, CA, IA, LA, MN, MO, OR, TX), "CD-ROM."

16.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

17.  Dodd, Jordan R, et. al., Early American Marriages: Louisiana to 1850,  (Precision Indexing Publishers), Shows marriage to Keziah Howard (she had been married before).

18.  Jinny Whitehouse, jinny@zbzoom.net, Family Group Record, Citing Ruth Randall letter; Pioneers of Massachusetts pg. 116; LDS film 1033517.

19.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

20.  Broderbund, Family Archive CD 227, Marriage Index,  (Selected Counties of AR, CA, IA, LA, MN, MO, OR, TX), "CD-ROM," Section V, Chapter 22.

21.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

22.  "Obituary of Robert W. White," March 21, 1873.

23.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

24.  "Obituary of Robert W. White," March 21, 1873.

25.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

26.  "Obituary of Susan Mary Williams," February 13, 1932.

27.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

28.  "Obituary of Agatha Virginia Faulk," Richland Beacon New, Richland Parish, Louisiana.

29.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

30.  Louisiana Genealogical & Historical Society, 1960, Noble Family Bible,  (Bible Records Volume 1, Part 3).

31.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

32.  "Obituary of Agatha Virginia Faulk," Richland Beacon New, Richland Parish, Louisiana.

33.  Louisiana Genealogical & Historical Society, 1960, Noble Family Bible,  (Bible Records Volume 1, Part 3).

34.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

35.  "Obituary of Agatha Virginia Faulk," Richland Beacon New, Richland Parish, Louisiana.

36.  Charles B. Schweizer, Faulk Family Records & Group Sheets, 2001.

37.  Karen Everitt, Family Tree Maker Home Pages,  (http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/e/v/e/Karen-F-Everritt/index.html), "Electronic."

38.  Louisiana Genealogical & Historical Society, 1960, Noble Family Bible,  (Bible Records Volume 1, Part 3).

39.  Marriage Certificate, Dated 6-14-1922.

40.  United States Naval Discharge Record.

 

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