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Descendants of Robert Penny

  

Generation No. 1

 

     1.  Robert1 Penny1 was born in Scotland, and died Unknown.  He married Rose Milraid1.  She died Unknown.

 

Notes for Robert Penny:

The Penny Coat of Arms, according to Burke's "The General Armory" (1884, page 790) was granted in Peterborough, Northampton County, England in 1574.  It consists of "Ermine, two greyhounds courant, per pale gules and sable (another shows the greyhounds reguardant).  Crest: On a ducal coronet argent, a lynx or.." which means "on a shield entirely covered with ermine fur, appear two greyhounds running, the one centered on the left hand side is tinted red; and the one centered on the right hand side is tinted black.  Resting on a ducal coronet painted silver, is a lynx painted gold."  The motto has been translated to mean "I hope in adversity, and fear in prosperity".

    

Child of Robert Penny and Rose Milraid is:

+    2             i.   James2 Penny, born July 14, 1762 in Edinburgh, Scotland; died 1845 in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

     2.  James2 Penny (Robert1)2,3,4,5,6,7 was born July 14, 1762 in Edinburgh, Scotland8, and died 1845 in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.  He married Lucy Kennard9 1790 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana10.  She was born 1769 in Louisiana, and died 1839.

 

Notes for James Penny:

James Penny came to America with his father in the spring of 1775, settling into Pennsylvania. He had been in the colonies just for a year and was only 14 years old and a half when he enlisted in Captain James Morrison's Company of the 3rd Battalion in the militia of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania (unproven at this time).  His name appears also a roll of Captain James Clark's Company of the 6th Battalion under the command of Colonel James Taylor 1780 (this has been credited by the Daughters of the American Revolution in a letter dated January 18, 2001and is referenced in the Pennsylvania Archives, Fifth Series, Volume V, page 707).

 

Soon after the war he ventured to Louisiana and bought land along with John Carltey at Fort Bute on Bayou Manchac.  They sold the land the same year.  According to "American State Papers", 1834, Volume 3 by Duff Green James Penny was already in Louisiana by 1785.  He received two land grants from the Spanish Governors of Louisiana (as it was owned by Spain in 1785) and began cultivation in 1785.  Governor C. deGrandpre granted him Section 89 which amounted to 105 acres.  He also was granted Section 71, which had 426.15 acres, by Governor G. deLomas.  This tract was "cultivated until 1811".  This is the same tract where his home was located and where he is buried.

 

He first lived in a one-room log house and later built a lovely, large house that stood on high pillars.  He appears as a head of household in the 1820 census with a total of 7 white males, 6 white females and 21 slaves.  Thirteen years later, the 1831 tax list reveals that he had better than 1800 acres, and owned 31 slaves.  In his will he equally divides his property among his seven children (James Jr had already died) as well as freeing two loyal slaves, Harriet and Lucy, and "shall build them a comfortable cabin, give them a bit of land to work during their lives and treat them kindly..".  He later freed Sam, another slave and "charge my children never to sell Dick out of the family".  He is buried on what was was the site of his plantation near Zachary, Louisiana with his wife, Nancy.

 

He was honored by the Long Leaf Pine Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution from Shreveport, Louisiana and the John James Audobon Chapter of the DAR from Baton Rouge with special tombstones and a bronze marker on the tomb, as the only Revolutionary War soldier buried in Louisiana.  There is an article in the DAR Magazine (December, 1961 edition, page 697) describing the dedication ceremony and luncheon with the Governor of Louisiana and mayor of Baton Rouge after the ceremony.  The author of this history's sister, Sharon Ann Fox Cruse, participated in the ceremony.  The tomb is near the site of the old Penny mansion under a massive (sixteen feet around) live oak tree named the Henry Watkins Allen oak, that in 1935 was listed as one of Louisiana's largest.

 

The plantation passed to the J. W. Decker family around 1935-36. The ceremony for the grave markers was September 9, 1961.  The directions to the small graveyard under the large tree are:  go North from Baton Rouge on Highway 61 about 9 miles to the Magnolia Church, turn left on Carney Road, go 1/2

mile, turn right (North) and go 1/2 mile to the cemetery.

    

Children of James Penny and Lucy Kennard are:

+    3             i.   Albert3 Penny, died Unknown.

+    4            ii.   Ann Lucretia Nancy Penny, died Bef. June 1882.

+    5            iii.   Elizabeth Penny, died Bef. 1860.

      6            iv.   Henry Penny11, died Unknown.

      7            v.   James Penny11, died Bef. 1834.

+    8            vi.   Robert Penny, died Unknown.

      9           vii.   William Penny11, died Unknown.

+    10         viii.   Joseph Penny, born September 07, 1807 in Ashland Plantation, Louisiana; died October 10, 1883 in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.

+    11          ix.   David H. Penny, born 1813; died November 06, 1885.

+    12           x.   Lucy Ann Penny, born 1814; died October 17, 1891 in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

     3.  Albert3 Penny (James2, Robert1)12 died Unknown.  He married Sarah A Weston December 21, 1830.  She died Unknown.

    

Children of Albert Penny and Sarah Weston are:

      13            i.   Ann L4 Penny, died Unknown.

      14           ii.   William Penny, died Unknown.

 

Notes for William Penny:

He was a Captain in the Confederate Army.

 

 

     4.  Ann Lucretia Nancy3 Penny (James2, Robert1)13 died Bef. June 1882.  She married Montgomery Sloan13.  He died Unknown.

    

Children of Ann Penny and Montgomery Sloan are:

      15            i.   Larna4 Sloan13, died Unknown.

      16           ii.   Algeron Dudley Sloan13, died Unknown.

      17          iii.   Maria Louisa Sloan13, died Unknown.

 

 

     5.  Elizabeth3 Penny (James2, Robert1)14,15 died Bef. 1860.  She married Thomas Stannard16.  He died Unknown.

    

Children of Elizabeth Penny and Thomas Stannard are:

      18            i.   Hugh C.4 Stannard, died Unknown.

      19           ii.   John Stannard, died Unknown.

      20          iii.   Lydia Stannard, died Unknown.

 

 

     8.  Robert3 Penny (James2, Robert1)16 died Unknown.

    

Children of Robert Penny are:

      21            i.   Street4 Penny, died Unknown.

      22           ii.   Carrie Penny, died Unknown.

 

 

     10.  Joseph3 Penny (James2, Robert1)17,18,19,20 was born September 07, 1807 in Ashland Plantation, Louisiana, and died October 10, 1883 in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.  He married (1) Ann Matilda White21, daughter of A. White and Elizabeth Lilley.  She died 184221.  He married (2) Ann Carl June 12, 1845, daughter of Henry Carl and Ann Borskey.  She was born January 22, 1827 in Louisiana22, and died May 10, 1908 in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.

 

Notes for Joseph Penny:

Joseph Penny's daughter, Zula, described him "as a kind, quite man, who was very religous".  He was married twice.  The first marriage was filled with domestic problems and during his second marriage he suffered financial problems.  He was well educated and taught his children long passages from the classics which he loved and could recite with great feeling.

 

After the Civil War he moved to a large plantation ("Safety Dale") southeast of Ambrosia and there his second family was born and raised.  His two marriages produced 19 children.  At the time of his marriage to Ann Carl, he was 40 and she was 20-22.  He "was a planter and like most of the planters raised, ground and refined his own sugar cane".

 

In 1880 life was very hard for the family.  He would, for a small fee, show area farmers how to make sugar.  One of his sons hunted in the "devil swamps" for meat.  Earlier, the "Yankee soldiers had taken everything and then came the carpet baggers."  At the time of the birth of his last child, Zula, he was 58 or 59 years old and later lost his eyesight in his older years.  The home he had lived in was dismantled around 1935.

 

Zula recalled that "she attended the old Presbyterian church near our home. My father took her there because he never forgot that we were Scottish Covenanters". He taught her Scottish history and Scottish songs.  As Joseph's daughter was born shortly after the War Between The States she was familiar with

an old slave song that can be seen in her handwriting elsewhere in this history.

    

Children of Joseph Penny and Ann White are:

      23            i.   Alma Leah4 Penny23, died Unknown.

+    24           ii.   Mary Mills Penny, born 1833; died 1857 in The Plains, East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.

      25          iii.   Elvira Penny23, born 1838; died Unknown.

      26          iv.   Jane Penny23, died Unknown.

      27           v.   Matilda Penny23, died Unknown.

      28          vi.   Elizabeth Penny24,25, born 1833; died Unknown.  She married Judge Washington Pharr25; died Unknown.

+    29         vii.   Harriet Penny, born 1835; died Unknown.

      30         viii.   Alice Eunice Penny25, born January 28, 1840; died December 29, 1859.  She married Issac Simpson Taylor25; died Unknown.

 

Notes for Issac Simpson Taylor:  He was a nephew of Zachary Taylor.

 

    

Children of Joseph Penny and Ann Carl are:

+    31            i.   Mamie4 Penny, died Unknown.

      32           ii.   James Smiley Penny26, born 1846; died Unknown.

 

Notes for James Smiley Penny:

He joined the Confederate army at age 14.  He was later captured and died in the Union POW at Camp Chase, Ohio.

 

+    33          iii.   Lucy Ann Penny, born May 24, 1848; died November 01, 1926.

      34          iv.   Samuel Penny26, born 1850; died 1857.

      35           v.   Joseph Penny27, born April 21, 1850 in Louisiana28; died February 10, 1934 in Louisiana.

+    36          vi.   Frederick Dorrance Penny, born January 24, 1854; died December 21, 1928.

+    37         vii.   Eliza Mittie Penny, born 1856; died Unknown.

+    38         viii.   Susie G. Penny, born 1860 in Louisiana; died October 1919.

      39          ix.   Henry Carl Penny29, born November 05, 1862; died November 05, 1862.

+    40           x.   Wannita Penny, born 1863; died July 31, 1922 in Dallas, Texas.

+    41          xi.   Zula M. Penny, born December 30, 1866 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; died May 15, 1964 in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

 

 

     11.  David H.3 Penny (James2, Robert1)30 was born 1813, and died November 06, 1885.  He married (1) Lucinda Nash July 09, 1833.  She died Unknown.  He married (2) Emeline Jane Scott30 December 02, 1836.  She was born 1822, and died Unknown.

    

Child of David Penny and Lucinda Nash is:

      42            i.   Melinda4 Penny30, born 183831; died Unknown.  She married Mr. Montieth32; died Unknown.

 

    

Children of David Penny and Emeline Scott are:

      43            i.   David Barbee4 Penny33, died Unknown.

      44           ii.   Scott Penny33, died Unknown.

      45          iii.   Jessie Kirkland Penny33, died Unknown.

      46          iv.   Julia Read Penny33, died Unknown.  She married Mr. Knox33; died Unknown.

      47           v.   Martha Penny34, born 183835; died Unknown.  She married James Knox36; died Unknown.

      48          vi.   Mary Penny36, born 184037; died Unknown.

      49         vii.   Agusta Penny38, born 184239; died Unknown.  She married Mr. Falkner40; died Unknown.

      50         viii.   James Scott Penny40, born 184441; died Unknown.

      51          ix.   Gertrude Penny42, born 184643; died Unknown.  She married Mr. Spiller44; died Unknown.

      52           x.   Robert Dudley Penny44, born 184845; died Unknown.

      53          xi.   Emma Penny46, died Unknown.  She married Mr. Singletary46; died Unknown.

 

 

     12.  Lucy Ann3 Penny (James2, Robert1)47,48 was born 181448, and died October 17, 1891 in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana48.  She married Samuel Skolfield48,49 Abt. 1830, son of George Skolfield.  He was born January 29, 1796 in Louisiana, and died March 20, 1866 in Louisiana.

    

Children of Lucy Penny and Samuel Skolfield are:

+    54            i.   Eliza B.4 Skolfield, born August 15, 1832 in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana; died June 15, 1868 in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.

      55           ii.   Harney Skolfield50,51, born 1834; died Unknown.

      56          iii.   James Penny Skolfield52,53, born 1840; died Unknown.

      57          iv.   Oliver Penny Skolfield, died Unknown.

      58           v.   Branch Skolfield54,55, born 1845; died Unknown.

      59          vi.   Thomas Skolfield, died Unknown.

      60         vii.   Marion Skolfield56,57, born 1848; died Unknown.

      61         viii.   Samuel Wood Skolfield, died Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

     24.  Mary Mills4 Penny (Joseph3, James2, Robert1)58 was born 1833, and died 1857 in The Plains, East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.  She married Luther Ronaldson58.  He died Unknown.

    

Children of Mary Penny and Luther Ronaldson are:

      62            i.   Lydia5 Ronaldson58, born 1851; died 1919.  She married J. T. Young58; died Unknown.

      63           ii.   Mary Ronaldson58, born 1856; died 1880 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

      64          iii.   Ed Barton Ronaldson58, died Unknown.

 

 

     29.  Harriet4 Penny (Joseph3, James2, Robert1)59,60 was born 1835, and died Unknown.  She married William Loudon60.  He died Unknown.

 

Notes for Harriet Penny:

Harriet and William lived on a plantation now owned by C.L. McVea.  Harriet died leaving five small children who were taken to Mississippi to live with their aunt and uncle, Judge and Mrs. Pharr of Yazoo County.

    

Children of Harriet Penny and William Loudon are:

      65            i.   Mary Alice5 Loudon60, died Unknown.

      66           ii.   Elizabeth Loudon60, died Unknown.

      67          iii.   Nina Loudon60, died Unknown.

      68          iv.   Joseph P. Loudon60, died Unknown.

      69           v.   Simley Loudon60, died Unknown.

 

 

     31.  Mamie4 Penny (Joseph3, James2, Robert1)61 died Unknown.  She married William Eccles61.  He died Unknown.

    

Children of Mamie Penny and William Eccles are:

      70            i.   Maggie5 Eccles, died 1904.

      71           ii.   William Eccles, died Unknown.

 

 

     33.  Lucy Ann4 Penny (Joseph3, James2, Robert1)61,62 was born May 24, 1848, and died November 01, 1926.  She married (1) Dr. William A. Hannah.  He died Unknown.  She married (2) Dr. A. Dudley Sloan63,64 January 19, 187064.  He was born 1848, and died 1886.

    

Children of Lucy Penny and A. Sloan are:

      72            i.   Myra5 Sloan65, died Unknown.  She married W. H. Hudson66; died Unknown.

      73           ii.   Charles A. Sloan67, died Unknown.

 

 

     36.  Frederick Dorrance4 Penny (Joseph3, James2, Robert1)68 was born January 24, 1854, and died December 21, 1928.  He married Ella Trudeau69.  She died Unknown.

    

Child of Frederick Penny and Ella Trudeau is:

      74            i.   Markham5 Penny69, died Unknown.

 

 

     37.  Eliza Mittie4 Penny (Joseph3, James2, Robert1)70 was born 1856, and died Unknown.  She married Gilbert Ayres71,72.  He died Unknown.

    

Child of Eliza Penny and Gilbert Ayres is:

      75            i.   Genie Penny5 Ayres72, died Unknown.

 

 

     38.  Susie G.4 Penny (Joseph3, James2, Robert1)73 was born 1860 in Louisiana, and died October 1919.  She married James Carpenter74.  He died Unknown.

    

Children of Susie Penny and James Carpenter are:

      76            i.   Nettie5 Carpenter, died Unknown.

      77           ii.   J.W. Carpenter, died Unknown.

      78          iii.   Myrtle Carpenter, died Unknown.

      79          iv.   Roberta Carpenter, died Unknown.

      80           v.   Hill Carpenter, died Unknown.

      81          vi.   Young Carpenter, died Unknown.

      82         vii.   Mary Eliza Carpenter, died Unknown.

      83         viii.   West H. Carpenter, died Unknown.

 

 

     40.  Wannita4 Penny (Joseph3, James2, Robert1)75 was born 1863, and died July 31, 1922 in Dallas, Texas.  She married T. L. James76.  He died Unknown.

    

Children of Wannita Penny and T. James are:

      84            i.   M. G.5 James76, died Unknown.

      85           ii.   T. L. James76, died Unknown.

 

 

     41.  Zula M.4 Penny (Joseph3, James2, Robert1)77,78 was born December 30, 1866 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and died May 15, 1964 in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.  She married Frank Elwin Morgan78 February 28, 1886 in Plaquemine, Iberville Parish, Louisiana78, son of Wiley Morgan and Catherine Skillman.  He was born February 03, 1866 in Jackson, E. Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, and died December 22, 1937 in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

 

Notes for Zula M. Penny:

Zula Willemena (named for the Queen of the Netherlands in) was born on her father's plantation "Safety Dale", near Zachary, Louisiana.  She "was proud that one of her brothers, James Smiley Penny, had joined the Confederate army at 13 and served to the end.  Her two fighting brothers...were dubbed the "Black Pennies" because of their toughness in pulling through  hardships".

 

She received most of her education from her father who had lost his eye sight in his later years.  He would take the children into the yard under the large shade trees for their lessons".  Zula "pointed out that were no public schools after the Civil War, so it was through Joseph and his sister-in-law, who used a room in her father's large house for a little school, that she obtained an education.  When Zula was only 17 years old she was appointed to teach in Port Hudson.  She said "I had to pass a written examination to qualify, but I passed with high marks, a credit to my father's teaching". She was a long time member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (her National number was 185029) having joined in 1922 and was a member for 44 years until her death.

 

Her obituary on May 16, 1964 contained "Mrs. F.E. Morgan Sr., 97, died Friday in a Ruston hospital after a lengthy illness.  Mrs. Morgan was the last surviving granddaughter of the American Revolution, her family said.  She had also been a member of Trinity Methodist Church since 1896 (68 years).  Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. today in the chapel of Spears Funeral Home with the Rev. Douglas McGuire officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery".

 

Notes for Frank Elwin Morgan:

He and his wife, Zula, lived with his grandfather in Laurel Hill, Louisiana for two years and then moved to Zachary, Louisiana and started a grocery business.  "A wind storm decapitated the building..." and F.E. Morgan decided to move further north in Louisiana to Monroe, Ouachita Parish around 1890.  They then moved twenty miles west to Calhoun, Louisiana for two years, where their son, Frank Elwin, was born. They then settled in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana. In Ruston Frank Morgan developed a successful grocery and wholesale operation.  He was married to Zula for 51 years until his death.

    

Children of Zula Penny and Frank Morgan are:

      86            i.   Zula Elwin5 Morgan, born March 21, 1890; died August 16, 1891.

      87           ii.   Helen E Morgan, born August 14, 1891; died April 14, 1954.

      88          iii.   Florence Irene Morgan, born January 26, 1893; died October 01, 1895.

      89          iv.   Judith Lena Morgan, born April 30, 1896; died February 16, 1969.  She married McLees; died Unknown.

+    90           v.   Frank Elwin Morgan, born May 14, 1900 in Calhoun, Ouachita Parish, Lousiana; died Abt. 1985 in Arkansas.

+    91          vi.   Emerson O'Yama Morgan, born November 29, 1902; died June 28, 1992.

+    92         vii.   Rene Fielding Morgan, born October 28, 1904; died December 01, 1988.

 

 

     54.  Eliza B.4 Skolfield (Lucy Ann3 Penny, James2, Robert1)79,80 was born August 15, 1832 in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, and died June 15, 1868 in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.  She married James Bogan81 May 15, 1856 in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana.  He was born January 26, 1826, and died October 26, 1898.

    

Children of Eliza Skolfield and James Bogan are:

      93            i.   J. Douglas5 Bogan81, died Unknown.

      94           ii.   Lillah Bogan81, died Unknown.

      95          iii.   Lucy Bogan81, died Unknown.

      96          iv.   Samuel S. Bogan81, died Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

     90.  Frank Elwin5 Morgan (Zula M.4 Penny, Joseph3, James2, Robert1) was born May 14, 1900 in Calhoun, Ouachita Parish, Lousiana, and died Abt. 1985 in Arkansas.  He married Virginia Noble Vaughan82 June 14, 1922 in Ruston, Louisiana83, daughter of Henry Vaughan and Eliza Noble.  She was born February 11, 1905 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana, and died April 20, 1979 in Rayville, Richland Parish, Louisiana.

 

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 Frank Morgan and Virginia Vaughan are:

+    97            i.   Agatha Virginia6 Morgan, born Private.

+    98           ii.   Leah Ann Morgan, born Private.

+    99          iii.   Frank Elwin Morgan, born Private.

 

 

     91.  Emerson O'Yama5 Morgan (Zula M.4 Penny, Joseph3, James2, Robert1) was born November 29, 1902, and died June 28, 1992.  He married Alene Van Hook April 19, 1930.  She was born November 15, 1911, and died April 29, 1995.

    

Child of Emerson Morgan and Alene Hook is:

+    100          i.   Judith6 Morgan, born Private.

 

 

     92.  Rene Fielding5 Morgan (Zula M.4 Penny, Joseph3, James2, Robert1) was born October 28, 1904, and died December 01, 1988.  He married Louise Robinson.  She was born April 03, 1905, and died January 29, 1974.

    

Child of Rene Morgan and Louise Robinson is:

      101          i.   Louise6 Morgan, born Private.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

     97.  Agatha Virginia6 Morgan (Frank Elwin5, Zula M.4 Penny, Joseph3, James2, Robert1) 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, Texas84, and died April 12, 1960 in New Iberia, Louisiana.

    

Children of Agatha Morgan and Raymond Fox are:

+    102          i.   Raymond Donald7 Fox II, born Private.

+    103         ii.   Sharon Ann Fox, born Private.

+    104         iii.   Richard Norman Fox, born Private.

 

 

     98.  Leah Ann6 Morgan (Frank Elwin5, Zula M.4 Penny, Joseph3, James2, Robert1) was born Private.  She married James Jordan Private.  He was born Private.

    

Child of Leah Morgan and James Jordan is:

      105          i.   Carol Ann7 Jordan, born Private.

 

 

     99.  Frank Elwin6 Morgan (Frank Elwin5, Zula M.4 Penny, Joseph3, James2, Robert1) was born Private.  He married Beverly Ann Carter Private.  She was born Private.

    

Children of Frank Morgan and Beverly Carter are:

      106          i.   Linda Louise7 Morgan, died December 04, 1952.

      107         ii.   Rosalyn Morgan, born Private.

      108         iii.   Frank Elwin Morgan, born Private.

      109         iv.   Penny Jo Morgan, born Private.

 

 

     100.  Judith6 Morgan (Emerson O'Yama5, Zula M.4 Penny, Joseph3, James2, Robert1) was born Private.  She married William Dillard Darby Private.  He was born Private.

    

Child of Judith Morgan and William Darby is:

      110          i.   Rebekah Ann7 Darby, born Private.

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

     102.  Raymond Donald7 Fox II (Agatha Virginia6 Morgan, Frank Elwin5, Zula M.4 Penny, Joseph3, James2, Robert1) 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:

+    111          i.   Caprice Illene8 Fox, born Private.

 

    

Child of Raymond Fox and Nancy Bergman is:

      112          i.   Jennifer Elizabeth8 Fox, born Private.

 

 

     103.  Sharon Ann7 Fox (Agatha Virginia6 Morgan, Frank Elwin5, Zula M.4 Penny, Joseph3, James2, Robert1) was born Private.  She married Thomas Benton Cruse Private.  He was born Private.

    

Children of Sharon Fox and Thomas Cruse are:

      113          i.   Tom8 Cruse, born August 13, 1971 in Monroe, Louisiana; died April 08, 1997.

      114         ii.   Jay Cruse, born Private.

      115         iii.   Mary Cruse, born Private.

 

 

     104.  Richard Norman7 Fox (Agatha Virginia6 Morgan, Frank Elwin5, Zula M.4 Penny, Joseph3, James2, Robert1) was born Private.  He married Debra Jane Egan Private.  She was born Private.

    

Children of Richard Fox and Debra Egan are:

      116          i.   Richard Raymond8 Fox, born Private.

      117         ii.   Ryan Edward Fox, born Private.

      118         iii.   Robyn Seyward Fox, born Private.

      119         iv.   Renee Debra Fox, born Private.

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

     111.  Caprice Illene8 Fox (Raymond Donald7, Agatha Virginia6 Morgan, Frank Elwin5, Zula M.4 Penny, Joseph3, James2, Robert1) 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:

      120          i.   Brice Cody9 Transue, born Private.

 

    

Child of Caprice Fox and Eddie Whitten is:

      121          i.   Eddie Kole9 Whitten, born Private.

 

 

 

Endnotes

 

1.  Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Church Records, Volume III, 684.

2.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 322.

3.  Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots. [database on-line] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1999-. Original data: Hatcher, Patric.

4.  NSDAR, DAR Patriot Index Centennial Edition Part III,  (Washington, 1990).

5.  Letter from D.A.R. Headquarters dated January 18, 2001, "The DAR credits Penny with service as a private in the Chester County, PA Militia, in Captain Clark's Company.."

6.  Robert Bruce L. Ardoin, 1820 Louisiana Census Records, Volume III,  (Polyanthos Publishing, New Orleans, 1977), 92-93.

7.  Thomas Lynch Montgomery, Pennsylvania Archives, Fifth Series, Volume V, 707.

8.  Daughters of American Revolution #185029.

9.  Genealogical Records of D.A.R. Microfilm.

10.  Daughters of American Revolution #185029.

11.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 314.

12.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 311.

13.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

14.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 311.

15.  Sp. W. Fla. Vol. XIX Pg. 625.

16.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 311.

17.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

18.  1870 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, 65.

19.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

20.  Myra Soan Hudson, Application #182906 to D.A.R., 1922.

21.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 313.

22.  1870 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, 65.

23.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 313.

24.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

25.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 313.

26.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 314.

27.  1870 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, 65.

28.  Thomas V. Carl, Carl Family Family Group Sheets,  (http://www.geocities.com/~nickied/persons.html), "Electronic."

29.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 314.

30.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

31.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

32.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

33.  Added by Zula Penny Morgan.

34.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

35.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

36.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

37.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

38.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

39.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

40.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

41.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

42.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

43.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

44.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

45.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

46.  Added by Zula Penny Morgan.

47.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

48.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

49.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

50.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

51.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

52.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

53.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

54.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

55.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

56.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989).

57.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

58.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 313.

59.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

60.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 313.

61.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 314.

62.  Myra Soan Hudson, Application #182906 to D.A.R., 1922.

63.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 314.

64.  Myra Soan Hudson, Application #182906 to D.A.R., 1922.

65.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 314.

66.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 313.

67.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 314.

68.  1870 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, 65.

69.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 314.

70.  1870 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, 65.

71.  Thomas V. Carl, Carl Family Family Group Sheets,  (http://www.geocities.com/~nickied/persons.html), "Electronic."

72.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 314.

73.  1870 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, 65.

74.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 314.

75.  1870 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, 65.

76.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 313.

77.  1870 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, 65.

78.  Affidavit of Marriage from Clerk of Court, Iberville Parish, Louisiana,  (Dated 12-1-2000).

79.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

80.  1850 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish.

81.  Virginia L. Jennings, The Plains and The People,  (Pelican Publishing Co.,1989), 312.

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

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

84.  United States Naval Discharge Record.

 

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