Sarah Frances Carroll

F, b. circa 1789, d. before 1835
Last Edited2 Jan 2016
     Sarah Frances Carroll was born circa 1789 at Muskingum County, Ohio.1 She married George Martin Fate, son of Martin Luther Fate Sr. and Mary Botte, on 3 January 1809.1,2 Sarah Frances Carroll died before 1835 at Ohio.1

Family

George Martin Fate b. bt 1771 - 1780, d. 1845
Children

Citations

  1. [S153] Jean Tanner, "Descendants of Martin L. Fate."
  2. [S157] Sondra Whitt, "Fate Family Group Sheets."
  3. [S104] Estate File of George Martin Fate Case 164, Dated April 3rd 1846. Received of David Johnson Administrator Eleven Dollars & Twenty Two cents in part of what will be coming to me of my Fathers Estate George Fate deceased.

    Her Mark... Sarah Fate +.

Nancy H. Cartlich1

F, b. 10 May 1815, d. 1 January 1903
Last Edited17 Apr 2005
     Nancy H. Cartlich was born on 10 May 1815 at Madison County, Kentucky.2 She married Rev. Elijah Fate, son of George Martin Fate and Sarah Frances Carroll, on 7 October 1833 at Hocking County, Ohio.1 Nancy H. Cartlich died on 1 January 1903 at Okanogan, Douglas County, Washington, at age 87.2
     Nancy H. Cartlich was probably included as a free white female, 20 to 30 years of age, in Rev. Elijah Fate's household on the sixth census of the United States in 1840 at Swan Twp., Hocking County, Ohio.3
     Nancy H. Cartlich was listed on 30 September 1850 as a household member living with Rev. Elijah Fate on the seventh census of the United States in Jackson Twp., Jackson County, Ohio.4 Nancy H. Cartlich was listed on 19 July 1860 as a household member living with Rev. Elijah Fate on the eighth census of the United States in Spring Valley, Fillmore County, Minnesota.5
     Nancy H. Cartlich was listed as mother of Charles Hamlin Fate on the twelfth census of the United States Johnson Creek, Okanogan County, Washington, on 4 June 1900.

Family

Rev. Elijah Fate b. 17 Mar 1812, d. 18 Oct 1865
Marriage*Nancy H. Cartlich married Rev. Elijah Fate, son of George Martin Fate and Sarah Frances Carroll, on 7 October 1833 at Hocking County, Ohio.1
Children

Citations

  1. [S93] Unknown compiler.
  2. [S153] Jean Tanner, "Descendants of Martin L. Fate."
  3. [S33] 1840 US Census.
  4. [S14] 1850 US Census.
  5. [S34] 1860 US Census.

Julia Case1

F, b. 1841
Last Edited18 Nov 2008
     Julia Case was born in 1841 at New York. She married Jesse W. Rigby, son of Caleb Pumphrey Rigby and Elizabeth Christiana Fate, circa 1863.1

Family

Jesse W. Rigby b. Jan 1843, d. 1926

Citations

  1. [S57] George Edwin Fait, Fait: A Book of Remembrance.

Claibourne Cash

M, b. 25 August 1783, d. 20 November 1873
FatherWarren Cash b. 4 Apr 1760, d. 15 Sep 1849
MotherSusanna Baskett b. 25 Jun 1762, d. Mar 1844
Relationship4th great-grandfather of Steven Lewis Fate
ChartsFrances Harp Pedigree
Steven L. Fate Pedigree
Last Edited9 Dec 2005
     Claibourne Cash was born on 25 August 1783 at Crawford County, Virginia. He was the son of Warren Cash and Susanna Baskett. Claibourne Cash married Elizabeth Straughan, daughter of John Corbin Straughan and Mary Saunders, in 1803 at Shelby County, Kentucky. Claibourne Cash died on 20 November 1873 at Howe Valley, Hardin County, Kentucky, at age 90.
     Claibourne Cash was enumerated as the head of a family on the third census of the United States in 1810 Elizabethtown, Hardin County, Kentucky. Based on ages, it is possible that the following were also living in the household:, listed as free white male(s), age newborn to 10 years old, listed as free white male(s), age ten to sixteen years old, Elizabeth Straughan, listed as free white female(s), ages sixteen to twenty-six years of age.1 Claibourne Cash was listed as the head of a family on the fifth census of the United States in 1830 Hardin County, Kentucky. Based on ages, it is possible that the following were also living in the household: Lewis Lunceford Cash, listed as free white male(s), newborn to 5 years old, Emily Cash, listed as free white female(s) age five to ten years of age, Elizabeth Straughan, listed as free white female(s) age forty to fifty years old.2 Claibourne Cash witnessed the marriage of William Murphy Truman and Emily Cash on 27 December 1843 at Hardin County, Kentucky. Claibourne Cash was listed in 1860 as the head of a family on the eighth census of the United States in Stephensburg, Hardin County, Kentucky. Also living with Claibourne Cash was Elizabeth Straughan and Lewis Lunceford Cash.3
     Claibourne Cash was listed on 23 September 1870 as a household member living with Lewis Lunceford Cash on the ninth census of the United States in Howes Valley, Hardin County, Kentucky.

Family

Elizabeth Straughan b. 16 Mar 1785, d. 15 Nov 1873
Marriage*Claibourne Cash married Elizabeth Straughan, daughter of John Corbin Straughan and Mary Saunders, in 1803 at Shelby County, Kentucky.
Children

Citations

  1. [S165] 1810 US Census.
  2. [S50] US Census , Ancestry.com. 1830 U.S. Federal Census [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004. Original data: United States. 1830 United States Federal Census. M19, 201 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
  3. [S34] 1860 US Census.

Emily Cash

F, b. 13 May 1821, d. 13 December 1868
FatherClaibourne Cash b. 25 Aug 1783, d. 20 Nov 1873
MotherElizabeth Straughan b. 16 Mar 1785, d. 15 Nov 1873
Relationship3rd great-grandmother of Steven Lewis Fate
ChartsFrances Harp Pedigree
Steven L. Fate Pedigree
Last Edited24 Dec 2008
     Emily Cash was born on 13 May 1821 at Howe Valley, Hardin County, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Claibourne Cash and Elizabeth Straughan. Emily Cash married William Murphy Truman, son of John B. Trueman and Elizabeth Gouldman, on 27 December 1843 at Hardin County, Kentucky. Emily Cash died on 13 December 1868 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at age 47.1
     Emily Cash was probably included as a free white female, 5 to 10 years of age, in Claibourne Cash's household on the fifth census of the United States in 1830 at Hardin County, Kentucky.2
     Emily Cash was listed on 24 August 1850 as a household member living with William Murphy Truman on the seventh census of the United States in Hardin County, Kentucky.3 Emily Cash was listed on 12 July 1860 as a household member living with William Murphy Truman on the eighth census of the United States in Hardin County, Kentucky.4

Family

William Murphy Truman b. 16 Nov 1822, d. 22 Mar 1898
Marriage*Emily Cash married William Murphy Truman, son of John B. Trueman and Elizabeth Gouldman, on 27 December 1843 at Hardin County, Kentucky.
Children

Citations

  1. [S192] Springfield Leader & Press, 16 January 1939, page 14.
  2. [S50] US Census , Ancestry.com. 1830 U.S. Federal Census [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004. Original data: United States. 1830 United States Federal Census. M19, 201 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.
  3. [S14] 1850 US Census.
  4. [S34] 1860 US Census.

J. R. Cash1

M, b. 26 February 1932, d. 12 September 2003
FatherRay Cash b. 13 May 1897, d. Dec 1985
MotherCarrie Cloverre Rivers b. 1904, d. 1991
Relationship7th cousin 2 times removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited11 May 2009
     J. R. Cash was born on 26 February 1932 at Kingsland County, Arkansas. He was the son of Ray Cash and Carrie Cloverre Rivers. J. R. Cash died on 12 September 2003 at Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, at age 71.
     J. R. Cash was also known as John R. or Johnny.

Citations

  1. Johnny Cash (born J. R. Cash; February 26, 1932 - September 12, 2003) was a Grammy Award-winning American country singer-songwriter. Cash is widely considered to be one of the most influential American musicians of the 20th century. Cash was known for his deep, distinctive bass-baritone voice, the "freight train" sound of his Tennessee Three backing band, his demeanor, and his dark clothing, which earned him the nickname "The Man in Black." He traditionally started his concerts with the introduction "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash". Much of Cash's music, especially that of his later career, echoed themes of sorrow, moral tribulation, and redemption. His signature songs include "I Walk the Line", "Folsom Prison Blues", "Ring of Fire", "Get Rhythm", and "Man in Black". He also recorded humorous songs, such as "One Piece at a Time" and "A Boy Named Sue", a duet with June Carter called "Jackson", as well as railroad songs such as "Rock Island Line." He sold over 90 million albums in his nearly fifty-year career and came to occupy a "commanding position in music history".

John Cash

M, b. 5 April 1757, d. 13 August 1838
FatherStephen Cash b. 1727, d. 15 Jun 1799
MotherJemima Grining b. c 1730, d. Mar 1763
Relationship2nd cousin 7 times removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited20 Dec 2008
     John Cash was born on 5 April 1757 at Virginia. He was the son of Stephen Cash and Jemima Grining. John Cash married Lucy Campbell on 23 January 1782 at Virginia. John Cash died on 13 August 1838 at Henry County, Georgia, at age 81.

Family

Lucy Campbell b. 3 Mar 1760, d. 23 Jan 1843
Child

Lewis Lunceford Cash1

M, b. 30 April 1830, d. 1 November 1925
FatherClaibourne Cash1 b. 25 Aug 1783, d. 20 Nov 1873
MotherElizabeth Straughan1 b. 16 Mar 1785, d. 15 Nov 1873
Relationship3rd great-granduncle of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited23 Dec 2013
     Lewis Lunceford Cash was born on 30 April 1830 at Howes Valley, Hardin County, Kentucky.1 He was the son of Claibourne Cash and Elizabeth Straughan.1 Lewis Lunceford Cash married Juliet Williams on 7 December 1848 at Howes Valley, Hardin County, Kentucky. Lewis Lunceford Cash married Nannie Evelyn Smith on 25 May 1872 at Hardin County, Kentucky. Lewis Lunceford Cash died on 1 November 1925 at Cache County, Utah, at age 95.
     Lewis Lunceford Cash was probably included as a free white male, newborn to 5 years of age, in Claibourne Cash's household on the fifth census of the United States in 1830 at Hardin County, Kentucky.2
     Lewis Lunceford Cash was listed on 21 October 1850 as the head of a family on the seventh census of the United States in Hardin County, Kentucky. Also living with Lewis Lunceford Cash was Juliet Williams. Lewis Lunceford Cash was listed in 1860 as a household member living with Claibourne Cash on the eighth census of the United States in Stephensburg, Hardin County, Kentucky.1
     Lewis Lunceford Cash was listed on 23 September 1870 as the head of a family on the 1870 census in Howes Valley, Hardin County, Kentucky. Also living with Lewis Lunceford Cash was Juliet Williams, Claibourne Cash and Elizabeth Straughan.
     Lewis Lunceford Cash was listed as the head of household on the tenth census of the United States on 3 June 1880 in Hardin County, Kentucky. Also living in the house was his wife, Nannie Evelyn Smith, his father-in-law, an unknown person .

Family 1

Juliet Williams b. 8 Jul 1825, d. 11 Feb 1871
Marriage*Lewis Lunceford Cash married Juliet Williams on 7 December 1848 at Howes Valley, Hardin County, Kentucky.

Family 2

Nannie Evelyn Smith b. 8 Jan 1854, d. 11 Mar 1913
Marriage*Lewis Lunceford Cash married Nannie Evelyn Smith on 25 May 1872 at Hardin County, Kentucky.

Citations

  1. [S34] 1860 US Census.
  2. [S50] US Census , Ancestry.com. 1830 U.S. Federal Census [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004. Original data: United States. 1830 United States Federal Census. M19, 201 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.

Moses Cash

M, b. 1785, d. 6 July 1844
FatherJohn Cash b. 5 Apr 1757, d. 13 Aug 1838
MotherLucy Campbell b. 3 Mar 1760, d. 23 Jan 1843
Relationship3rd cousin 6 times removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited20 Dec 2008
     Moses Cash was born in 1785 at Virginia. He was the son of John Cash and Lucy Campbell. Moses Cash married Nancy Hudson on 6 September 1808 at Elbert County, Georgia. Moses Cash died on 6 July 1844 at Elbert County, Georgia.

Family

Nancy Hudson b. 1787, d. 1824
Child

Moses Rueben Cash

M, b. 1814, d. 1882
FatherMoses Cash b. 1785, d. 6 Jul 1844
MotherNancy Hudson b. 1787, d. 1824
Relationship4th cousin 5 times removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited20 Dec 2008
     Moses Rueben Cash was born in 1814 at Elbert County, Georgia. He was the son of Moses Cash and Nancy Hudson. Moses Rueben Cash married Phelita W. Taylor on 11 February 1836 at Elbert County, Georgia. Moses Rueben Cash died in 1882 at Arkansas.
     Moses Rueben Cash was also known as Rueben.
     Moses Rueben Cash was listed on 31 August 1850 as the head of a family on the seventh census of the United States in Elbert, Elbert County, Georgia. Also living with Moses Rueben Cash was Phelita W. Taylor. Moses Rueben Cash was listed on 29 June 1860 as the head of a family on the eighth census of the United States in Smith Twp., Bradley County, Arkansas. Also living with Moses Rueben Cash was Phelita W. Taylor and William Henry Cash.
     Moses Rueben Cash was listed on 8 August 1870 as the head of a family on the ninth census of the United States in Hurrican Twp., Bradley County, Arkansas.

Family

Phelita W. Taylor b. 1819, d. a 1862
Marriage*Moses Rueben Cash married Phelita W. Taylor on 11 February 1836 at Elbert County, Georgia.
Child

Ray Cash

M, b. 13 May 1897, d. December 1985
FatherWilliam Henry Cash b. 27 Jul 1852, d. 3 Dec 1912
MotherSarah Rebecca Overton b. 1 Aug 1855, d. 11 Jun 1916
Relationship6th cousin 3 times removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited20 Dec 2008
     Ray Cash was born on 13 May 1897 at Smith, Cleveland County, Arkansas. He was the son of William Henry Cash and Sarah Rebecca Overton. Ray Cash married Carrie Cloverre Rivers on 18 August 1920 at Arkansas. Ray Cash died in December 1985 at Hendersonville, Sumner County, Tennessee, at age 88.
     Ray Cash was listed on 11 June 1900 as a son living with William Henry Cash on the twelfth census of the United States Smith Twp., Cleveland County, Arkansas.
     Ray Cash was listed on 19 April 1910 as a son living with William Henry Cash on the 1910 census Rison Twp., Cleveland County, Arkansas.
     Ray Cash was listed as the head of household on the fifteenth census of the United States on 21 April 1930 in Kingsland Twp., Cleveland County, Arkansas. Also living in the house was his wife, Carrie Cloverre Rivers.

Family

Carrie Cloverre Rivers b. 1904, d. 1991
Marriage*Ray Cash married Carrie Cloverre Rivers on 18 August 1920 at Arkansas.
Child

Robert Howard Cash

M, b. 1703, d. 1772
FatherWilliam Cash b. 2 Jun 1653, d. 8 Aug 1708
MotherElizabeth Skinner b. 1655, d. 9 Mar 1750
Relationship7th great-granduncle of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited20 Dec 2008
     Robert Howard Cash was born in 1703 at Westmoreland County, Virginia. He was the son of William Cash and Elizabeth Skinner. Robert Howard Cash married Ruth Walker in 1727 at Westmoreland County, Virginia. Robert Howard Cash died in 1772 at Virginia.

Family

Ruth Walker b. c 1708, d. 1 Mar 1784
Child

Stephen Cash

M, b. 1727, d. 15 June 1799
FatherRobert Howard Cash b. 1703, d. 1772
MotherRuth Walker b. c 1708, d. 1 Mar 1784
Relationship1st cousin 8 times removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited20 Dec 2008
     Stephen Cash was born in 1727 at Westmoreland County, Virginia. He was the son of Robert Howard Cash and Ruth Walker. Stephen Cash married Jemima Grining on 26 May 1747 at King George County, Virginia. Stephen Cash died on 15 June 1799 at Virginia.

Family

Jemima Grining b. c 1730, d. Mar 1763
Child

Thomas Cash Jr.1

M, b. 1735, d. 1764
FatherThomas Cash Sr. b. 2 Aug 1697, d. 1782
Relationship6th great-grandfather of Steven Lewis Fate
ChartsFrances Harp Pedigree
Steven L. Fate Pedigree
Last Edited23 Dec 2013
     Thomas Cash Jr. was born in 1735 at Virginia. He was the son of Thomas Cash Sr. Thomas Cash Jr. married Nancy Thompson in 1753 at Virginia. Thomas Cash Jr. died in 1764 at Hardin County, Kentucky.

Family

Nancy Thompson b. c 1733
Child

Citations

  1. The Cash family of Illinois and Kansas City, Kansas - ending with Brent Allen Jansen (b. Nov 29, 1997) is descended from Thomas Cash. He is our ancestor from this lineage. Thomas was in Salem, Massachusetts prior to 1753 when he arrived in Albemarle County, Virginia. He married Nancy Thompson the same year. 1786 Taxables - Surrey County, England (Godfrey Fidler, 213 acres, 1 white poll and Peter Fidler, 200 acres, 1 poll -- may be brother or other relatives).

Thomas Cash Sr.

M, b. 2 August 1697, d. 1782
FatherWilliam Cash b. 2 Jun 1653, d. 8 Aug 1708
MotherElizabeth Skinner b. 1655, d. 9 Mar 1750
Relationship7th great-grandfather of Steven Lewis Fate
ChartsFrances Harp Pedigree
Steven L. Fate Pedigree
Last Edited17 Dec 2005
     Thomas Cash Sr. was born on 2 August 1697 at Virginia. He was the son of William Cash and Elizabeth Skinner. Thomas Cash Sr. died in 1782 at Essex County, Virginia.

Family

Child

Warren Cash1

M, b. 4 April 1760, d. 15 September 1849
FatherThomas Cash Jr. b. 1735, d. 1764
MotherNancy Thompson b. c 1733
Relationship5th great-grandfather of Steven Lewis Fate
ChartsFrances Harp Pedigree
Steven L. Fate Pedigree
Last Edited31 Dec 2015
     Warren Cash was born on 4 April 1760 at Albemarle County, Virginia. He was the son of Thomas Cash Jr. and Nancy Thompson. Warren Cash married Susanna Baskett, daughter of William Semple Baskett and Mary Pace, on 24 November 1782 at Fluvannah County, Virginia. Warren Cash died on 15 September 1849 at Nolin, Hardin County, Kentucky, at age 89. He was buried at Gilead Baptist Church Cemetery, Glendale, Hardin County, Kentucky.
     He began military service in 1776 Revolutionary War, Charlottesville, Virginia. Enlisted in Charlottesville, Virginia just before his sixteenth birthday. Served under Captain Mathew Jouett's, Virginia Military Company. He filed for his Declaration of pension in 1832 at Hardin County, Kentucky. He was listed as the head of a family on the fourth census of the United States in 1820 Little York, Hardin County, Kentucky. Based on ages, it is possible that the following were also living in the household:, listed as free white male(s), age newborn to 10 years old, listed as free white male(s), age ten to sixteen years old.2
     [HOF living alone] was listed as a head of a family on the 1840 Census at Hardin County, Kentucky.

Family

Susanna Baskett b. 25 Jun 1762, d. Mar 1844
Marriage*He married Susanna Baskett, daughter of William Semple Baskett and Mary Pace, on 24 November 1782 at Fluvannah County, Virginia.
Child

Citations

  1.      Warren Cash was born in Albemarle Co., Virginia, probably in that part of the county which later formed into Fluvanna County. By two separate affidavits, he stated he was living in Louise County, Virginia in 1772. Family stories say that Warren (during his younger years) had a violent quarrel with his adopted father over wages due Warren for work performed for a neighbor. As a result of this, Warren left home in anger, probably in 1773. In 1776 he joined the Revolutionary Army, having taken back the name of Cash at the age of 14. About 1774, Warren's grandfather, the Senior Thomas Cash made an appearance and Warren lived with his grandfather for about 3 years. This is per his own affidavit. A lawsuit is recorded in Louise County, Virginia where Warren is known to have lived at one time, in which Francis FIDLER and Son (name not given) settled with Samuel Henson a judgement for 2 pounds and 7 shillings. Details of this proceeding are lacking other than the judgement and settlement. The lawsuit was terminated Jan 20, 1773 and it is probable the son mentioned was Warren Cash Fidler, who at this time was near 13 years of age. (Lewis L. Cash, grandson of Warren, relates that the said Warren Cash was hired to a neighbor farmer and his father, Fidler, entered suit to collect his wages. Warren's attorney advised him to fight the case in the name of CASH, which legally was his name.) There is also a record (1774) in Louis County of a Warren Fidler who was to be bound out to learn the trade of brick layer. These records, while not conclusive, give some authenticity to family stories that have persisted for 150+ years. A marriage record in Fluvanna County shows Warren Cash as a witness to the marriage of Nancy Cash and Merrey Humphrey, Aug 8, 1780. Merry Humphrey was listed as a minor. (Lewis L. Cash, in his writing, gives the name of Warren's sister's husband as David Humphrey. This was the name of Merrey's father. Warren's cousin, Alsie Fidler, married a David Humphrey.
         WAR RECORD OF WARREN CASH . . . Just before his 16th birthday, Warren Cash enlisted in the Revolutionary Army at Charlottesville, Virginia in Captain Mathew Jouett's Virginia Military Company. This company was placed in the Continental Line in the autumn of 1776. He served four years in General Washington's army before being discharged in March of 1780 at Alexandria, Virginia. Warren was in the 7th Virginia Regiment, and participated participated in the Battle of Brandywine in June of 1777. The 7th Virginia Regiment was the fifth of six new regiments raised by the fourth Virginia convention in December, 1775. It was taken into Continental Service in February of 1776, and the men recruited for the regiment met at Gloucester Courthouse to muster. In September of 1776, most of the personnel of the regiment were reported sick, but 15 men were well enough to sent north two months later. In January of 1777, the remainder of the regiment met Gen. George Washington. They suffered greatly at that time, as they lacked adequate tentage. The Regiment fought at the Battle of Brandywine in Gen. Woodford's brigade and was decimated. Captain Mathew Jouett, who Warren Cash served under, was seriously wounded and later died. The next morning, the regiment's 23 year old major led the survivors out of the woods with a bandana attached to his ramrod as a flag, since the regimental colors were lost in the melee during the previous day. During the winter of '77-'78, the regiment was quartered at Valley Forge, PA. Despite heavy losses at Brandywine, the regiment was fully manned in Sept of '78 when it was reorganized under the arrangement of the Virginia Continental Line at White Plains, NY. In the summer of 1779, the regiment became part of a detachment that was sent to Charleston, SC, where most of its personnel were captured in 1780. In 1781, the 9th VA Regiment (stationed at Fort Pitt during the surrender of Charleston) was renumbered the 7th VA. (The History of 7th VA Regiment - http://www.wlu.edu/~valine/7thva/history.htm) Warren served in the 7th, 5th, and 11th VA Regiments and was in the 2nd VA Brigade when he was discharged. After the Battle of Brandywine, he went into Winter Quarters (Oct 19, 1777) with Washington's troops at Valley Forge, remaining there until June 19 of the following year. Eight days later he participated in the Battle of Monmouth. He was at Verplanck's Point across the Hudson River from Stoney Point when General Wayne took the fort from the British, but was probably not in that engagement. Warren was in the retreat from West Plains, New York and later was with Washington at his Winter Quarters at Morristown, New Jersey. He also served under Colonels Dangerfield and McClanachan. He was pensioned for his service, filing his Declaration in 1832 in Hardin County, KY when he was 72 years old.
         LIFE IN KENTUCKY . . . . On November 24, 1782 in Fluvanna County, Virginia, Warren Cash and Susannah Baskett (daughter of Elder William Baskett, a Baptist preacher) were married. Warren and Susannah Cash and son, Claiborne, with a party of Virginians (veterans of the Revolutionary War), came to Kentucky about 1784. They traveled the Old Trading Path in the Shenandoah Valley, entering the District of Kentucky at the Cumberland Gap. From here they traveled the Wilderness Road, a narrow trail not wide enough for carts, northward to Grubb's Station (which was probably a blockhouse fort), and spending the winter of 1784 there. This is located in what is now Madison County, Kentucky on Tates Creek. The following Spring, they ventured north and built a cabin on the present site of Mortonsville, Woodford County, Kentucky. It was about the year 1795 that Warren became a Baptist preacher, serving for the next 50 years as pastor of: Clear Creek, Woodford County; Beach Creek and Fox Run, Shelby County; Simpson Creek, Nelson County; Otter Creek, Meade County; and Bethel, Union and Gilead churches in Hardin County, Kentucky. The name of Warren Cash is found through the early history of the Kentucky Baptist Church. In 1817, the Salem Association numbered 31 churches with 1809 members, spread throughout a 15-county area. Warren began to preach in the Vertrees Creek Settlement and in 1808 a church called Union was constituted there. The same year the Goshen Church in Breckinridge County was formed through the efforts of Elder Cash. On March 17, 1824 Rev. Warren Cash organized and became pastor of Gilead Baptist Church in Hardin County. Charter members included Abraham Cash, Catherine Cash, Susan Cash, and Deborah Cash -- all family members). Later Warren Thompson Cash became part of the congregation. Both Rev. Warren and Susannah Cash are buried in the Gilead Church yard in Glendale, Kentucky. You can view the historical marker placed at the entrance to the Gilead Church.
         THANKS to Mrs. Maydelle Sharpe who put together a booklet of the history of the Gilead Baptist Church, 1824-1974. This booklet was obtained by Earl Downey (descendent of Warren Cash) at the Cash Family Reunion in Elisabethtown, Kentucky. The booklet contains records of some of the proceedings of the Gilead Baptist Church during its early days. More information is available in a book entitled Extracts from Book Re: Gilead Baptist Church 1824-1849, Hardin County, Kentucky and Data on Family of Elder Warren Cash, 1760-1849.
         HISTORY NOTE . . . . When Warren and Susannah moved north into what is now Woodford, Nelson, and Shelby Counties between 1785-1790, they lived in the same neighborhood as Abraham and Bathsheba Lincoln, grandparents of ABRAHAM LINCOLN, our 16th president. It was during the years Warren was preaching that the elder Lincoln was killed by Indians and it is likely Warren helped to bury him. Dr. Louis Warren in his book on Lincoln mentions the fact that Thomas and Nancy Hanks Lincoln listened to the preachings of Warren Cash in the backwoods section of Kentucky. When Abraham Lincoln was a lad, he with his parents (Thomas and Nancy Lincoln) moved to Spencer County, Indiana. At about the same time, Jeremiah Cash (Warren's son and also a Baptist preacher) also emigrated to Spencer County and became preacher at the Baptist church the Lincoln's attended.
         LEGAL DOCUMENTS . . . . Jos. King Geo. Southerland WARREN CASH (1760-1849)National Archives, Washington, DC -- AFFIDAVIT FOR NANCY (MRS. THOMAS) BAILEY - VA #W2991, pp 200-201 (1848), State of Kentucky, Hardin County Be it remembered that on the 24th day of May one thousand eight hundred and forty eight personally appeared before the undersigned Police Judge of Elizabethtown in the County and State aforesaid Warren Cash, who being first duly sworn according to law deposith and saith that he is eighty years of age past, that he has resided in the County and State aforesaid forty two years, and previous hereto he lived in Nelson County, KY. That he was born in Albemarle County, Virginia. That he was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, and draws a pension of eighty dollars per annum. That he is personally acquainted with Nancy Bailey of Hardin County, Kentucky whose maiden name was Nancy Gentry. That he was also personally acquainted with Thomas Bailey, deceased, who was the husband of the said Nancy Bailey. That he was also well acquainted with John Gentry, the brother of the said Nancy. That he, the said Cash, and said John Gentry served in the same company and Regiment. That the said Gentry served out the term of twelve months with him the said Cash, having been drafted for that time. That he is informed that the said Thomas Bailey ENLISTED about the same time the said Gentry was DRAFTED. That he enlisted for twelve or eighteen months. That he can not say from his personal knowledge that the said Bailey served the term aforesaid. But he was [enlisted] to be a Revolutionary soldier & never heard the fact doubted. That he was intimate many years with said Bailey & has often heard him speak of his revolutionary services. That as far as he ever knew, he maintained the character of a truthful and upright man. That he is informed that the said Nancy Bailey is now applying for a Pension of the services of her husband, the said Thomas Bailey. That he has know the said Nancy Bailey a number of years, and believes she is an honest and truthful person, and would not knowingly make a statement which was not true. That according to his recollection the said John Gentry was drafted for twelve months as aforesaid, in the spring of 1778. That he knows the said Bailey was not in the same company with him, but if he was enlisted, he must have belonged to the Virginia troops, which was distinct from the Continental line. That he knew the said Thomas Bailey and Nancy Bailey, as man and wife several years, and knew several of their children, but only recollects one by name, and that is Carter Bailey. Warren Cash (his mark) Subscribed & sworn to in the presence of Susan M. Cash [Susan Cash's signature is in the same handwriting as the name of Warren Cash] before me, Police Judge of Elizabethtown, this 24th day of May 1848. E. S. Browe, P.J.E. CASH,Warren (1760-1849)/Virginia State Archives, Richmond, VA VOUCHER OF DISCHARGE AND ELIGIBILITY FOR BOUNTY LAND (1782) At a Court held for Fluvanna County [on] Thursday the 3rd day of Oct. 1782. WARREN CASH came into Court and made it satisfactorily [sic] appear that he enlisted as a Soldier in the Service of the United States for the Term of three Years, and served the same, and was legally discharged therefrom and produced a certificate of his discharge under the hand [of] Christian Febiger Col. Comd 2nd V.B. [bearing] date Jany 20, 1780 and claiming the land allowed by Law. The Court are of the Option that he is entitled thereto. Which is ordered to be certified. Jno. Timberlake Dy. Clk. a Copy
         MARRIAGE BOND (1782) Know all men by these presents that we, Warren Cash and Joseph King, are held and firmly bound to his excellency Benjamin Harrison, Esquire, Governor or Chief Magistrate of the Commonwealth of Virginia in the sum of 50 pounds Current money to be paid to this Governor or to his successors in office to the payment whereof will and truly to be made. We bind ourselves as the Executors and Administrators jointly and Severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals and dated this 23rd day of Nov. Anno Dom. 1782. The condition of the above Obligation is such that whereas there is a marriage Shortly intended to be had and solemnized between the above bound Warren Cash and Susannah Basket. Now if there is no lawful cause to obstruct the marriage then this Obligation to be void or also to remain in force and virtue. [Signed] Warren Cash (his mark) Joseph King Sealed and delivered in the presence of Jno. Timberlake Sirs, Please to grant Warren Cash marriage license. I am his [betrothed]. Susannah Baskett Test.
         A HISTORY OF KENTUCKY BAPTISTS from 1769 to 1885; J. H. Spencer; Vol 1; Cincinnati, J. R. Baumes; Pgs 328-330 -- Here you will find information on Rev. Warren Cash and his church life. (A copy of the book is located in the Johnson County Library; Shawnee Mission, Kansas.) 1. Warren Cash was 25 at the time of his conversion in Clear Creek Church, Woodward Co., KY. 2, He was ordained to the ministry by William Hickman and John Penny in 1799 and immediately took charge of Beech Creek Church in Shelby County, KY. 3. United with Simpsons Creek Church in Nelson Co., KY in 1802. 4. Moved to Hardin Co., KY in March 1806 where the Bethel Church was raised and he became pastor. 5. Church became so large that it was divided and on 17 March 1824, the Gilead Baptist Church in Hardin Co. was constituted with Rev. Warren Cash as pastor. He served as pastor till his death on 15 September 1850. He died while on a visit to LaRue County. 6. His son, Jeremiah Cash, became a respectable preacher among the Anti-missionary Baptists, in Gibson County, Indiana.
         TWO CENTURIES IN ELIZABETHTOWN AND HARDIN COUNTY, KENTUCKY; Daniel E. McClure, Jr., 1979; Pg. 9, 19, 144, 145, 146, 184, 226, 227, 228. Here you will find information on Rev. Warren Cash and his life. Although - the compiler of this information takes issue of the information relative to Francis Fidler under Warren Cash Legends on page 145. (A copy of the book is located in the Johnson County Library; Shawnee Mission, Kansas.).
  2. [S35] 1820 US Census.

William Cash1

M, b. 2 June 1653, d. 8 August 1708
Relationship8th great-grandfather of Steven Lewis Fate
ChartsFrances Harp Pedigree
Last Edited23 Dec 2013
     William Cash was born on 2 June 1653 at Perthshire, Fife, Scotland. He married Elizabeth Skinner in 1677 at Washington Parrish, Westmoreland County, Virginia. William Cash died on 8 August 1708 at Washington Parrish, Westmoreland County, Virginia, at age 55.
     He left a will on 16 February 1708 at Virginia.

Family

Elizabeth Skinner b. 1655, d. 9 Mar 1750
Children

Citations

  1. Without the diligent, extensive information collecting and record preparation of Vivian Cash Miller (Hillsboro, Illinois), our information would not have been put together as it is now. The recorded items would have been there, documentation would have been found (eventually). But - it could have taken years and the rich, family history would not have been uncovered. It is to Mrs. Miller (daughter of Edward and Bessie Curry Cash) and her late husband (as well as to numerous family members, many mentioned in her records) that many Cash descendants can be grateful. Thank you, Vivian -- family history might very possibly have been lost forever without your dedication! (NOTE: The information in this database is intended to share our family history with those members researching their genealogy. The information taken from THE FAMILY OF WARREN CASH AND ALLIED LINES, 1995, may NOT be printed for resale without written permission from Mrs. Vivian Cash Miller, R 1, Box 263, Mulberry Grove, IL 62262. The material was printed by the Fayette County Genealogical & Historical Society, Box 177, Vandalia, IL 62471-0177.) (NOTE: a copy of this book may be found at the Mid-Continent Public Library in Kansas City, Missouri.) The CASH Family . . . . . from Vivian Cash Miller The first known CASH in America was a William Cash from Scotland, a mariner who settled in Salem, Massachusetts about 1645. On one of his return voyages from England/Scotland on his brigantine 'The Good Intent', he brought with him a favorite nephew, son of his brother, who was also named William Cash, born in Scotland circa 1653. At his uncle's urging, this younger Wiliam Cash went down into Virginia, settling in Westmoreland County about 1673. This is the William Cash we are descended from. WILLIAM CASH, the nephew (aka The Immigrant), came to Tidewater, Virginia about 1673 and was the first CASH to settle in that colony. Along with all our CASH relatives, there is one who is known throughout the country music industry -- JOHNNY CASH, the 'Man in Black'. His relationship to our line was told in his autobiography, 'The Man in Black', published in 1975. He is descended from William Cash, the Scottish Immigrant, just as we are. William came to Westmoreland Co, Virginia circa 1673. He also lived in Amherst and Bedford Counties in Virginia for 100 years. A descendant, Moses Cash, moved to Henry County, Virginia in 1810 and was one of the first settlers there. The old Cash homestead was still seen there in 1995, although it was in ruins. REUBEN CASH was the son of Moses Cash. Following the burning of Atlanta and the pillage and sacking of the plantations in that area, Reuben put his family in an ox-drawn wagon and in 1866 homesteaded in Arkansas. Reuben and his wife had a good size family, but only one son, WILLIAM HENRY CASH became a Baptist minister and married Rebecca. He was named for William Cash and Henry Co., Virginia. William and Rebecca were parents of 12 children. Their youngest son, RAY CASH, was the father of Johnny. Other siblings were Reba, and Jack. In interviews, Johnny tells that his family were share-croppers and he spent much of his early life near Dyess, Arkansas. He picked cotton along with the rest of them.

    The following may have been the children or grandchildren of William: http://library.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/fo...790.nfo/query=Cash/doc//hits_ only Virginia 1790 Federal Census P. 47 - John Cash; White: 2 P. 49 - Joseph Cash; White: 1 P. 49 - Tabitha Cash; White: 7, Black: 1 P. 49 - Bartlett Cash; White: 2 P. 49 - Stephen Cash; White: 7 P. 49 - Howard Cash; White: 6 P. 49 - Ruth Cash; White: 6, Black: 12 P. 49 - Tamson Cash; White: 6, Black: 5 P. 85 - William Cash; White: 8, Black: 1, Misc: 2 In the records of Westmoreland Co., VA (May 30 1694), William Cash was sworn as a grand juror. On this date he owned a large landed estate and therefore probably arrived in that place some years before. His plantation was situated in Washington Parish, Westmoreland Co; but when King George County was formed from part of Westmoreland in 1720, approximately half of this land fell into each county. It is believed that Elizabeth Skinner was William's second wife, his first wife having died. Elizabeth was believed to have been the daughter of William's friend and neighbor, John Skinner, a Quaker. His will was probated on Aug 25, 1708 in Westmore Co., VA and his children (William, Anish aka Nancy, Thomas, John, James, Howard, Joseph and Peter) were named in his will. (Information found in: Virginia Wills and Administrators - Parmly Billings Library, Billings, MT.) (NOTE: John Skinner and Peter Skinner were both listed in the Will of William Cash, Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of Westmoreland, VA, Deeds and Wills, Book 4, Pg 141.) CASH, WILLIAM, 16 February 1707; 25 August 1708. Home plantation to wife Elizabeth and she to be exx; sons William and Thomas 100 acres of land each; sons John, 124 acres of land and if they die without issue to Howard, Joseph and Peter; William 29 years old 4 March 1708; Thomas 11 years old 2 August 1708; daughter Anish Cash 15 years old 31 July 1708; personal property to wife. (Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia, 1654-1800; Augusta B. Fothergill; Appeals Press, 1925, Pg 43) August, 1999: Much of the information on William Cash, Ada (our Cash Matriarch) and Duncan (her husband) can be found in a book called CASH written by Don Cash. He did an excellent job and obviously spent numerous hours doing his research, including a visit to Scotland, where it was found that many of the records no longer exist. Genealogy constantly uncovers new information. (1) There has been later information found that the line of the Earl of Fifes ended in the 1300s with a childless union from the family of Duncan and Ada and the Earldom was granted to another line. The information does confirm what we have found in other publications; but does not confirm or deny William Cash (both William Cashes) being born in Fife, Strathmiglo, Scotland. This information was found at the Clan MacDuff site and at the very least, indicates that more extensive research needs to be done. (2) Many of the records in Scotland during the time of the two William CASHes are not complete. My own family, however, does subscribe to the theory that William, the Immigrant is the nephew of William, the Mariner and I welcome any input/information from other sources that may prove or disprove whatever is found here.

William Henry Cash

M, b. 27 July 1852, d. 3 December 1912
FatherMoses Rueben Cash b. 1814, d. 1882
MotherPhelita W. Taylor b. 1819, d. a 1862
Relationship5th cousin 4 times removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited20 Dec 2008
     William Henry Cash was born on 27 July 1852 at Bradley, Layfayette County, Arkansas. He was the son of Moses Rueben Cash and Phelita W. Taylor. William Henry Cash married Sarah Rebecca Overton on 1 October 1874 at Rison, Cleveland County, Arkansas. William Henry Cash died on 3 December 1912 at Rison, Cleveland County, Arkansas, at age 60.
     He was listed on 29 June 1860 as a household member living with Moses Rueben Cash on the eighth census of the United States in Smith Twp., Bradley County, Arkansas.
     William Henry Cash was listed as the head of household on the twelfth census of the United States on 11 June 1900 in Smith Twp., Cleveland County, Arkansas. Also living in the house was his wife, Sarah Rebecca Overton, his son, Ray Cash.
     William Henry Cash was listed as the head of household on the thirteenth census of the United States on 19 April 1910 in Rison Twp., Cleveland County, Arkansas. Also living in the house was his wife, Sarah Rebecca Overton, his son, Ray Cash.

Family

Sarah Rebecca Overton b. 1 Aug 1855, d. 11 Jun 1916
Marriage*William Henry Cash married Sarah Rebecca Overton on 1 October 1874 at Rison, Cleveland County, Arkansas.
Child

Ann Cecil

F, b. 1700, d. 1755
Relationship6th great-grandmother of Steven Lewis Fate
ChartsCleo Johnson Pedigree
Last Edited20 Aug 2006
     Ann Cecil was born in 1700 at Barbados, British West Indies. She married Thomas Whiton Jr. circa 1711 at Maryland. Ann Cecil died in 1755.

Family

Thomas Whiton Jr. b. 9 Feb 1671, d. 1740
Child

John Cecil

M, b. 24 December 1691, d. 28 January 1759
Relationship6th great-grandfather of Steven Lewis Fate
ChartsCleo Johnson Pedigree
Last Edited30 Jan 2011
     John Cecil was born on 24 December 1691 at Prince George, Maryland. He married Elizabeth Sollers circa 1713. John Cecil died on 28 January 1759 at Prince George, Maryland, at age 67.

Family

Elizabeth Sollers b. 1693, d. 1773
Child

Mary Elizabeth Cecil

F, b. 15 March 1719, d. 1796
FatherJohn Cecil b. 24 Dec 1691, d. 28 Jan 1759
MotherElizabeth Sollers b. 1693, d. 1773
Relationship5th great-grandmother of Steven Lewis Fate
ChartsCleo Johnson Pedigree
Last Edited30 Jan 2011
     Mary Elizabeth Cecil was born on 15 March 1719 at Prince George County, Maryland. She was the daughter of John Cecil and Elizabeth Sollers. Mary Elizabeth Cecil married Thomas Witten, son of Thomas Whiton Jr. and Ann Cecil, in 1742 at Prince George County, Maryland. Mary Elizabeth Cecil died in 1796 at Tazewell County, Virginia.

Family

Thomas Witten b. 10 Sep 1719, d. 1794
Child

Elizabeth Chadwick

F, b. 10 July 1810, d. 17 November 1889
Last Edited11 Apr 2010
     Elizabeth Chadwick was born on 10 July 1810 at North Carolina. She married William C. Adams, son of James Robert Adams and Annie M. Patton, in 1833 at Warren County, Tennessee. Elizabeth Chadwick died on 17 November 1889 at Aurora, Wise County, Texas, at age 79.
     She witnessed the establishment of the Old Friendship Baptist Church as a charter member. in 1857 at Pulaski County, Missouri.

Family

William C. Adams b. 18 Aug 1814, d. 25 Sep 1870

Fenton Russell Chaffee

M, b. 29 December 1903, d. 23 November 1961
Last Edited23 Dec 2007
     Fenton Russell Chaffee was born on 29 December 1903. He died on 23 November 1961 at Faribault, Rice County, Minnesota, at age 57.

Frances Hatibel Chamberlain1

F, b. 21 January 1893, d. 17 October 1979
Last Edited22 Jan 2011
     Frances Hatibel Chamberlain was born on 21 January 1893 at Waterford, Dakota County, Minnesota.2 She married Ivan E. Fate, son of George Wesley Fate and Melissa Bavinger, in 1914 at Orange County, California.1,2 Frances Hatibel Chamberlain died on 17 October 1979 at Ventura, Ventura County, California, at age 86.3 She was buried at Fairhaven Memorial Park, Santa Ana, Orange County, California.4
     She appeared on the census of 25 April 1910 at Santa Ana Twp., Orange County, California.
     Frances Hatibel Chamberlain was listed as wife of Ivan E. Fate on the 1920 Census Lone Tree, Clay County, Nebraska, on 26 January 1920.5
     Frances Hatibel Chamberlain was listed as wife of Ivan E. Fate on the 1930 Census Lone Tree, Clay County, Nebraska, on 11 April 1930.2

Family

Ivan E. Fate b. 22 Sep 1891, d. 30 Jun 1946
Marriage*Frances Hatibel Chamberlain married Ivan E. Fate, son of George Wesley Fate and Melissa Bavinger, in 1914 at Orange County, California.1,2
Children

Citations

  1. [S115] "Fate-An Introduction of Martin's Children."
  2. [S30] 1930 US Census.
  3. [S136] Roberta M (Fate) Nickell, "Email Message from Roberta M (Fate) Nickell GDaughter of Ivan E. Fate," e-mail to Steven Fate, 8 March 2004.
  4. [S221] Findagrave.com, online http://www.findagrave.com/
  5. [S25] 1920 US Census.

Cora E. Chambers1

F, b. 10 November 1882, d. 4 April 1919
FatherJames Franklin Chambers1 b. 17 Apr 1853, d. 4 Sep 1928
MotherMaria M. Fate1 b. 25 Sep 1854, d. 12 Jul 1913
Last Edited17 Oct 2016
     Cora E. Chambers was born on 10 November 1882 at Crestline, Crawford County, Ohio. She was the daughter of James Franklin Chambers and Maria M. Fate.1 Cora E. Chambers died on 4 April 1919 at Crawford County, Ohio, at age 36.
     Cora E. Chambers was listed on 11 June 1900 as a daughter living with James Franklin Chambers on the twelfth census of the United States Crestline, Crawford County, Ohio.
     Cora E. Chambers was listed on 15 April 1910 as a daughter living with James Franklin Chambers on the 1910 census Crestline, Crawford County, Ohio.

Citations

  1. [S57] George Edwin Fait, Fait: A Book of Remembrance.

Erma Loretta Chambers1,2

F, b. 4 April 1890, d. 20 October 1954
FatherJames Franklin Chambers2 b. 17 Apr 1853, d. 4 Sep 1928
MotherMaria M. Fate2 b. 25 Sep 1854, d. 12 Jul 1913
Last Edited17 Oct 2016
     Erma Loretta Chambers was born on 4 April 1890 at Ohio. She was the daughter of James Franklin Chambers and Maria M. Fate.2 Erma Loretta Chambers died on 20 October 1954 at Crawford County, Ohio, at age 64.
     Erma Loretta Chambers was listed on 11 June 1900 as a daughter living with James Franklin Chambers on the twelfth census of the United States Crestline, Crawford County, Ohio.
     Erma Loretta Chambers was listed on 15 April 1910 as a daughter living with James Franklin Chambers on the 1910 census Crestline, Crawford County, Ohio.

Citations

  1. Married and lived near Cuyrus, Ohio.
  2. [S57] George Edwin Fait, Fait: A Book of Remembrance.

James Franklin Chambers1

M, b. 17 April 1853, d. 4 September 1928
Last Edited17 Oct 2016
     James Franklin Chambers was born on 17 April 1853 at Ohio. He married Maria M. Fate, daughter of John Fate and Elizabeth Baker, in 1881.1 James Franklin Chambers died on 4 September 1928 at Crawford County, Ohio, at age 75.
     James Franklin Chambers was listed as the head of household on the twelfth census of the United States on 11 June 1900 in Crestline, Crawford County, Ohio. Also living in the house was his wife, Maria M. Fate, his daughter, Cora E. Chambers, Maude Chambers and Erma Loretta Chambers.
     James Franklin Chambers was listed as the head of household on the thirteenth census of the United States on 15 April 1910 in Crestline, Crawford County, Ohio. Also living in the house was his wife, Maria M. Fate, his daughter, Cora E. Chambers and Erma Loretta Chambers.

Family

Maria M. Fate b. 25 Sep 1854, d. 12 Jul 1913
Children

Citations

  1. [S57] George Edwin Fait, Fait: A Book of Remembrance.

Maude Chambers1,2

F, b. February 1886
FatherJames Franklin Chambers2 b. 17 Apr 1853, d. 4 Sep 1928
MotherMaria M. Fate2 b. 25 Sep 1854, d. 12 Jul 1913
Last Edited10 Feb 2011
     Maude Chambers was born in February 1886 at Ohio. She was the daughter of James Franklin Chambers and Maria M. Fate.2
     Maude Chambers was listed on 11 June 1900 as a daughter living with James Franklin Chambers on the twelfth census of the United States Crestline, Crawford County, Ohio.

Citations

  1. Married and lived near Cuyrus, Ohio.
  2. [S57] George Edwin Fait, Fait: A Book of Remembrance.

Nellie Francis Chambers1

F, b. 1888, d. 1975
Last Edited22 Jan 2005
     Nellie Francis Chambers was born in 1888 at Kent, Jefferson County, Indiana.2,3 She married Ivan Charles Fate, son of Wilber H. Fate and Anna Julia Foster, on 29 March 1917 at Madison, Jefferson County, Indiana.1,2,3 Nellie Francis Chambers died in 1975.4 She was buried at Mound Cemetery, Bureau County, Illinois.4
     Nellie Francis Chambers was listed as wife of Ivan Charles Fate on the 1930 Census Milo, Bureau County, Illinois, on 3 April 1930.2

Family

Ivan Charles Fate b. 21 Jun 1893, d. 27 Apr 1935
Children

Citations

  1. [S115] "Fate-An Introduction of Martin's Children."
  2. [S30] 1930 US Census.
  3. [S162] Bureau County Republican, May 9, 1935, Page 5C.
  4. [S160] Funeral Home Records of Bureau County (published).

John Chapman1

M
Last Edited19 Mar 2009
     John Chapman married Sina Sharp Massey, daughter of Nathan Massey and Elizabeth Tombs, in 1860.1

Family

Sina Sharp Massey b. 21 May 1841, d. 1921

Citations

  1. [S220] Shirley Tombs Jennings, David Tombs, a patriot : his ancestors and descendants in Ireland, South Carolina, Missouri and California.

Lester W. Chapman

M, b. 1891
Last Edited23 Sep 2007
     Lester W. Chapman was born in 1891 at Nebraska. He married Thelma Johnson, daughter of Henry Harvey Johnson and Elizabeth Belle Bridgewater, in 1926.
     Lester W. Chapman was listed on 19 April 1930 as a son-in-law living with Henry Harvey Johnson on the 1930 census Valley Twp., Phillips County, Kansas.

Family

Thelma Johnson b. 1908

Sarah T. Cherry

F, b. circa 1800
Last Edited19 Mar 2006
     Sarah T. Cherry was born circa 1800 at Maryland. She married Thomas H. Watson Jr., son of Thomas H. Watson Sr. and Christiana Clelland, on 7 February 1839 at Fairfield County, Ohio.1

Family

Thomas H. Watson Jr. b. 15 Aug 1800, d. 17 Apr 1857

Citations

  1. [S199] Laura Bader, "Watson and Fate Family Group Sheets."

Arthur Vance Childers1

M, b. 18 June 1915
FatherJames William Childers1 b. 12 Dec 1867, d. 12 Apr 1941
MotherCora Pearl Fait1 b. 1 Apr 1882, d. 22 Jan 1949
Relationship5th cousin 1 time removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited22 Dec 2004
     Arthur Vance Childers was born on 18 June 1915 at Douglas, Cochise County, Arizona.1 He was the son of James William Childers and Cora Pearl Fait.1

Citations

  1. [S57] George Edwin Fait, Fait: A Book of Remembrance.

Clarence Eugene Childers1

M, b. 26 September 1904, d. 2 September 1905
FatherJames William Childers1 b. 12 Dec 1867, d. 12 Apr 1941
MotherCora Pearl Fait1 b. 1 Apr 1882, d. 22 Jan 1949
Relationship5th cousin 1 time removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited22 Dec 2004
     Clarence Eugene Childers was born on 26 September 1904 at Douglas, Cochise County, Arizona.1 He was the son of James William Childers and Cora Pearl Fait.1 Clarence Eugene Childers died on 2 September 1905.1

Citations

  1. [S57] George Edwin Fait, Fait: A Book of Remembrance.

Cora Maxine Childers1

F, b. 15 August 1913
FatherJames William Childers1 b. 12 Dec 1867, d. 12 Apr 1941
MotherCora Pearl Fait1 b. 1 Apr 1882, d. 22 Jan 1949
Relationship5th cousin 1 time removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited22 Dec 2004
     Cora Maxine Childers was born on 15 August 1913 at Douglas, Cochise County, Arizona.1 She was the daughter of James William Childers and Cora Pearl Fait.1 Cora Maxine Childers married Lawrence Gorath.1

Family

Lawrence Gorath
Child

Citations

  1. [S57] George Edwin Fait, Fait: A Book of Remembrance.

Enthorah Harold Childers1

M, b. 13 October 1902
FatherJames William Childers1 b. 12 Dec 1867, d. 12 Apr 1941
MotherCora Pearl Fait1 b. 1 Apr 1882, d. 22 Jan 1949
Relationship5th cousin 1 time removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited27 Jul 2003
     Enthorah Harold Childers was born on 13 October 1902 at Silver City, New Mexico.1 He was the son of James William Childers and Cora Pearl Fait.1

Citations

  1. [S57] George Edwin Fait, Fait: A Book of Remembrance.

James Jesse Childers1

M, b. 14 March 1911, d. 7 January 1963
FatherJames William Childers1 b. 12 Dec 1867, d. 12 Apr 1941
MotherCora Pearl Fait1 b. 1 Apr 1882, d. 22 Jan 1949
Relationship5th cousin 1 time removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited8 Oct 2005
     James Jesse Childers was born on 14 March 1911 at Douglas, Cochise County, Arizona.1 He was the son of James William Childers and Cora Pearl Fait.1 James Jesse Childers died on 7 January 1963 at San Diego, San Diego County, California, at age 51.

Citations

  1. [S57] George Edwin Fait, Fait: A Book of Remembrance.

James William Childers

M, b. 12 December 1867, d. 12 April 1941
Last Edited26 Feb 2011
     James William Childers was born on 12 December 1867 at Bolivar, Polk County, Missouri. He married Cora Pearl Fait, daughter of Charles Sumner Fait and Sarah Jane Gilliland, on 21 October 1900 at Silver City, Grant County, New Mexico.1 James William Childers died on 12 April 1941 at Douglas, Cochise County, Arizona, at age 73. He was buried on 16 April 1941 at Douglas, Cochise County, Arizona.

Family

Cora Pearl Fait b. 1 Apr 1882, d. 22 Jan 1949
Children

Citations

  1. [S57] George Edwin Fait, Fait: A Book of Remembrance.

Melva Eunice Childers1

F, b. 16 September 1917, d. 28 January 1991
FatherJames William Childers1 b. 12 Dec 1867, d. 12 Apr 1941
MotherCora Pearl Fait1 b. 1 Apr 1882, d. 22 Jan 1949
Relationship5th cousin 1 time removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited25 Dec 2004
     Melva Eunice Childers was born on 16 September 1917 at Douglas, Cochise County, Arizona.1 She was the daughter of James William Childers and Cora Pearl Fait.1 Melva Eunice Childers died on 28 January 1991 at Bisbee, Cochise County, Arizona, at age 73.2

Citations

  1. [S57] George Edwin Fait, Fait: A Book of Remembrance.
  2. [S95] Shelia Koonce, "Note from Sheila Koonce," e-mail to Steven Fate, 19 Oct 2003.

Theda Neva Childers1

F, b. 21 June 1908
FatherJames William Childers1 b. 12 Dec 1867, d. 12 Apr 1941
MotherCora Pearl Fait1 b. 1 Apr 1882, d. 22 Jan 1949
Relationship5th cousin 1 time removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited29 Mar 2006
     Theda Neva Childers was born on 21 June 1908 at Douglas, Cochise County, Arizona.1 She was the daughter of James William Childers and Cora Pearl Fait.1 Theda Neva Childers married Glen Leslie Powles circa 1926.1

Family

Glen Leslie Powles b. 4 May 1901, d. 29 Dec 1957
Children

Citations

  1. [S57] George Edwin Fait, Fait: A Book of Remembrance.

Voilet Childers1

F, b. 7 May 1901, d. 7 May 1901
FatherJames William Childers1 b. 12 Dec 1867, d. 12 Apr 1941
MotherCora Pearl Fait1 b. 1 Apr 1882, d. 22 Jan 1949
Relationship5th cousin 1 time removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited13 Jul 2004
     Voilet Childers was born on 7 May 1901 at Silver City, New Mexico.1 She was the daughter of James William Childers and Cora Pearl Fait.1 Voilet Childers died on 7 May 1901 at Silver City, New Nexico.1

Citations

  1. [S57] George Edwin Fait, Fait: A Book of Remembrance.

Wanda Leone Childers1

F, b. 25 April 1920, d. 3 November 2000
FatherJames William Childers1 b. 12 Dec 1867, d. 12 Apr 1941
MotherCora Pearl Fait1 b. 1 Apr 1882, d. 22 Jan 1949
Relationship5th cousin 1 time removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited22 Dec 2004
     Wanda Leone Childers was born on 25 April 1920 at Douglas, Cochise County, Arizona.1 She was the daughter of James William Childers and Cora Pearl Fait.1 Wanda Leone Childers died on 3 November 2000 at age 80.

Citations

  1. [S57] George Edwin Fait, Fait: A Book of Remembrance.

Stanley Thomas Childress1

M, b. 3 January 1903, d. 4 March 1977
Last Edited26 Dec 2004
     Stanley Thomas Childress was born on 3 January 1903 at Mount Carmel, Wabash County, Illinois.2 He married Annie May Harp, daughter of William McKinley Harp and Estella Bays Batson, on 1 June 1925 at Athens, Tennessee.1,2 Stanley Thomas Childress died on 4 March 1977 at St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida, at age 74.2

Family

Annie May Harp b. 21 Sep 1906, d. 7 Oct 1984

Citations

  1. [S58] Corbin Genealogical Society, Our Heritage, Volume 9, Issue 3, Page 13.
  2. [S154] Rebecca Susan Hill Kerber, "Email Message from Becky Hill Kerber," e-mail to Steven Fate, 24 October 2004.

Annabel Chitwood

F, b. 20 April 1870, d. 25 November 1948
FatherStephen Decatur Chitwood b. 31 Dec 1843, d. 9 Apr 1914
MotherSusan Anna Johnson b. 18 Mar 1849, d. 18 Jan 1930
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited8 Mar 2014
     Annabel Chitwood was born on 20 April 1870 at Carl Junction, Jasper County, Missouri. She was the daughter of Stephen Decatur Chitwood and Susan Anna Johnson. Annabel Chitwood married Otis A. Houston circa 1898. Annabel Chitwood died on 25 November 1948 at Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri, at age 78.
     Annabel Chitwood was also known as Queenie.
     Annabel Chitwood was listed on 8 June 1880 as a daughter living with Peter R. Johnson on the tenth census of the United States Center Twp., Jasper County, Missouri.

Family

Otis A. Houston b. 5 Dec 1872, d. 27 Nov 1948
Children

Edgar Chitwood

M, b. 25 January 1883, d. 4 March 1883
FatherStephen Decatur Chitwood b. 31 Dec 1843, d. 9 Apr 1914
MotherSusan Anna Johnson b. 18 Mar 1849, d. 18 Jan 1930
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited13 Dec 2009
     Edgar Chitwood was born on 25 January 1883 at Jasper County, Missouri. He was the son of Stephen Decatur Chitwood and Susan Anna Johnson. Edgar Chitwood died on 4 March 1883 at Jasper County, Missouri.

Esta Lutie Chitwood

F, b. 10 December 1880, d. 5 May 1950
FatherStephen Decatur Chitwood b. 31 Dec 1843, d. 9 Apr 1914
MotherSusan Anna Johnson b. 18 Mar 1849, d. 18 Jan 1930
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited13 Dec 2009
     Esta Lutie Chitwood was born on 10 December 1880 at Jasper County, Missouri. She was the daughter of Stephen Decatur Chitwood and Susan Anna Johnson. Esta Lutie Chitwood died on 5 May 1950 at age 69.
     Esta Lutie Chitwood was listed on 8 June 1900 as a daughter living with Stephen Decatur Chitwood on the twelfth census of the United States Carl Junction, Jasper County, Missouri.

Eulalia B. Chitwood

F, b. 1908
FatherWilliam Green Chitwood b. 2 Oct 1876, d. 28 Jan 1925
MotherEster UMN b. c 1876
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited13 Dec 2009
     Eulalia B. Chitwood was born in 1908 at Jasper County, Missouri. She was the daughter of William Green Chitwood and Ester UMN.

Ira Arthur Chitwood

M, b. 25 March 1878, d. 19 July 1919
FatherStephen Decatur Chitwood b. 31 Dec 1843, d. 9 Apr 1914
MotherSusan Anna Johnson b. 18 Mar 1849, d. 18 Jan 1930
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited13 Dec 2009
     Ira Arthur Chitwood was born on 25 March 1878 at Jasper County, Missouri. He was the son of Stephen Decatur Chitwood and Susan Anna Johnson. Ira Arthur Chitwood died on 19 July 1919 at age 41.
     Ira Arthur Chitwood was listed on 8 June 1880 as a son living with Peter R. Johnson on the tenth census of the United States Center Twp., Jasper County, Missouri.
     Ira Arthur Chitwood was listed on 8 June 1900 as a son living with Stephen Decatur Chitwood on the twelfth census of the United States Carl Junction, Jasper County, Missouri.

Maude Althea Chitwood

F, b. 24 October 1887, d. 3 April 1970
FatherStephen Decatur Chitwood b. 31 Dec 1843, d. 9 Apr 1914
MotherSusan Anna Johnson b. 18 Mar 1849, d. 18 Jan 1930
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited13 Dec 2009
     Maude Althea Chitwood was born on 24 October 1887 at Jasper County, Missouri. She was the daughter of Stephen Decatur Chitwood and Susan Anna Johnson. Maude Althea Chitwood died on 3 April 1970 at age 82.
     Maude Althea Chitwood was listed on 8 June 1900 as a daughter living with Stephen Decatur Chitwood on the twelfth census of the United States Carl Junction, Jasper County, Missouri.
     Maude Althea Chitwood was listed on 21 April 1910 as a daughter living with Stephen Decatur Chitwood on the 1910 census Carl Junction, Jasper County, Missouri.

Oradel Chitwood

F, b. 6 May 1874, d. 8 May 1878
FatherStephen Decatur Chitwood b. 31 Dec 1843, d. 9 Apr 1914
MotherSusan Anna Johnson b. 18 Mar 1849, d. 18 Jan 1930
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Steven Lewis Fate
Last Edited13 Dec 2009
     Oradel Chitwood was born on 6 May 1874 at Jasper County, Missouri. She was the daughter of Stephen Decatur Chitwood and Susan Anna Johnson. Oradel Chitwood died on 8 May 1878 at Missouri at age 4.