(cont.) Early Pioneers and Settlers
Thomas, and William
|b. abt 1775 in SC
d. abt 1850 in LA
|Jeferson Co, MS -1802||-||-|
|-||Natchez Court Records;
1805 Terr. census;
1810 Terr. census;
|1745-1806||Claiborne Co. 1804||Unknown||Stephen;
|Settled in Claiborne Co.
1804, recorded in the May Wilson McBee Collection under unrecorded land
Came from Greene Co., Ga
recorded in Passports through
the Indian Territory. signed Petition to make MS a state in
The Territorial Papers of the United States.ed Clarence
Edwin Carter.Vol. 5;
|Passports through the Indian
Territory from Ga.;
The Territorial Papers of the United States. Vol. 5;
The Territory of Mississippi 1798-1817. ed Clarence Edwin Carter;
The Natchez court Records, 1767-1805 Abstracts of Early Deeds;
The May Wilson McBee Collection vol 2;
|Rosemary Lee Henderson||-|
|b. ca. 1788 KY||Area of Coles Creek in Jefferson Co. before 1810;||Milly Gennette Bairfoot/Barefoot/Barfoot;
b. ca. 1792, MS
Sarah McFate Boggs Smiley;
James P. Lee;
Jane Lee Reems;
William M. Lee;
Milley G. Lee
Stephens Emfinger; Elizabeth Lee McCoy Lazarus;
Adaline Lee Delaney;
Thomas Lee, Jr.
|Farmer||Census records, marriage records, and courthouse records;||Billy G. Lee||-|
|Jefferson Co. before 1810,
later Ringgold Plantation
in extreme NW Copiah Co.
|Elizabeth Selman||Bridget "Biddy" m.
2)Jessie J. Davis;
Caroline Matilda m.
William Selman m.
Serena Esther Shelby;
Thomas G. -
m. Maria Louisa Love;
m. Isaac Lafayette Hill;
Benjamin W. -
|Planter||Several hundred pages of
chancery documents from
Copiah, Lawrence Co.;
Jefferson Co.1820 Census;
Various Census Documents -
William S. Lloyd confirmed in
three census enumerations
his birthplace in 1810 was
Letters written by John H. Lloyd in
1842 and 1846;
Family tradition provided by
Lloyd's daughter; John H. Lloyd's
wife was the daughter of
William Calhoun Love, the
author of the manuscript linked
under "Notorious" on this website.
Serena E. Shelby Lloyd
was the daughter of Thomas Neil
Shelby, son of Moses Shelby,
another early pioneer of
Claiborne County; Headstones in
the Ringgold Plantation Cemetery;
The family owned 2500
acres on this plantation, and well
over two thousand acres
in the Republic of Texas in Travis and Washington Counties;
Richard J. Lloyd managed
the plantation's holdings in Texas.
|Wilkinson, later Amite,
The following is a portion of the information available in NATCHEZ COURT
RECORDS, p. 180, on Samuel Lusk.
"Samuel Lusk vs. Mordecai Morgan, who came with your petitioner from the
American Settlement and is
indebted to him by note and account for $29, which he promised to pay out of the proceeds of some iron which he worked up to sell in this district,
but the said Mordecai Morgan, being in the boat of Patrick Shirley, was killed by Indians on the passage and the same Patrick Shirley is in possession of the whole of his property; your petitioner prays that you
will order that the property be appraised for cash prices and a
partthereof be delivered to your petitioner sufficient to discharge the debt owing to him. Signed 3 May 1790.//
I promise to pay or cause to be paid to Samuel Lusk or his order eleven pounds N.C. currency. Signed, Mordecai Morgan, 20 Nov. 1789//Let an inventory or appraisement be made of the property left by the person
above mentioned, killed on his voyage from America, for the payment of his debt.//An appraisement of $355 and sold for $72 and 62 reals, net - $41 paid to Lusk, $31 to Patrick Shirley."
|Elizabeth Whiteside||John Huston;
Laviscia (often misspelled);
|Private in company of Capt.
Wm. Davidson, Col. Charles McDowell, expedition to the Cherokee Nation
in 1776; Pvt. in Capt. Samuel Woods company, Col. John McDowell...against
Col. Ferguson in 1782. Also tour
under Capt. Thos. Kennedy and Col. Charles McDowell, 1782.
|Pension Application Summary and Record of wife, Elizabeth Whiteside Lusk, who applied for a pension in 1850, and it was granted. Certificate No. 11342, Issued June 25, 1852.||Mildred Brady Venitucci||-|