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THIRD GENERATION

TO SECOND GENERATION


11. Joel MABRY was born about 1755 in Lunenburg County, VA. He died after 1830 in Franklin County, GA.

He was married to Mary "Polly" WAFER about 1787 in Fairfield County, SC. Joel MABRY and Mary "Polly" WAFER had the following children:

+47 i. Walter MABRY.

+48 ii. William MABRY.

12. Daniel MABRY died on 24 Mar 1816 in Fairfield County, SC. Daniel Mabry and his wife, Luvice, sold land to John Smith in Fairfield County, South Carolina. Adam Poole, Thomas (T, for his mark) Mabry, and Job Meadow witnessed the sale (Deed Book K, pages 400-401).

1794 - Daniel Mabry sold land on Mclure's Branch of Beaver Creek; Adam Pool witnessed the deed. The land joined Watson's and Mabry's.

He was married to Luvice. Marriage is documented by sale of land.

13. Adam Poole MABRY was born on 24 Jan 1769 in VA or SC. He died on 15 Dec 1817 in Jasper County, GA.

He was married to Elizabeth PARHAM about 1790 in Fairfield County, SC.

15. Mary Poole MABRY was born on 4 Feb 1775. She died on 24 Jan 1848.

She was married to Edward MOBLEY on 4 Jul 1790 in Fairfield County, SC.

16. Ephraim MABRY, Jr. was born about 1777 in Fairfield County, SC.

He was married to Luncey.

17. Cicely MABRY died about 1825.

She was married to Thomas WAFER RS (son of ). Thomas WAFER RS died about 1826 in Miller County, AR. Cicely MABRY and Thomas WAFER RS had the following children:

49 i. Joel WAFER was born about 1787.

50 ii. James T. WAFER was born on 12 Aug 1789 in SC. He died on 22 Apr 1857 in Forest Grove, Claiborne Parish, LA.

+51 iii. Alexander WAFER.

+52 iv. Mary WAFER.

53 v. Farnum Mabry "Mabe" WAFER was born about 1800 in MS.

54 vi. Thomas WAFER.

55 vii. Nancy WAFER was born about 1805. She died about 1873 in ? Rondeau, AR.

56 viii. Cicely WAFER was born on 28 May 1808 in MS. She died on 8 Jan 1835 in Coryell County, TX.

18. Elizabeth MABRY died about 1808.

She was married to Corporal Adam POOL (son of Walter "Cooper" POOLE RS and Lucy) about 1794 in Fairfield County, SC. Corporal Adam POOL was born about 1769 in Mecklenburg County, VA. He died after 1835. According to a transcript of a letter that Adam wrote to his son, Fielding Peter Poole, Adam was alive and living in Lowndes County, Mississippi in April 1835. Adam was a teacher and served during the War of 1812 as a corporal in Drury M. Allen's Company of Mounted Gunman. The company was formed in Madison County, Alabama.

1794 - Adam witnessed a deed in which Daniel Mabry sold land on Mclure's Branch of Beaver Creek. The land joined Watson's and Mabry's.

1795 - On July 17, 1795 Adam and his father, Walter, were sworn as constables for Camden District, Fairfield County.

1798 - Adam was sued on January 18, 1798 by Arthur Clarke & Company. The case was settled in Camden District, Fairfield County, Court, with plaintiffs named to pay court costs.

1808 - Adam gave slaves, that were part of his wife's legacy, to his children for "love and affection", on February 29, 1808 in Jackson County, Georgia. He appointed William Pentecost as attorney and gave a Negro woman, named Lina and all her increase to his daughters, Elizabeth and Jincy Poole; one Negro boy, named George, to his son David. Recorded on January 11, 1810 in Deed Book E, page 274. Elizabeth MABRY and Corporal Adam POOL had the following children:

+57 i. David V. T. POOLE.

58 ii. Elizabeth POOLE.

59 iii. Jane "Jincy" POOLE.

19. Susannah MABRY was born.

She was married to James THOMAS RS about 1769. James THOMAS RS died before Jul 1790 in Fairfield County, SC. Adam Poole was appointed as an appraiser of James' estate on July 23, 1790. Susannah MABRY and James THOMAS RS had the following children:

+60 i. Mabry THOMAS.

+61 ii. Sarah THOMAS.

+62 iii. Cicely THOMAS.

+63 iv. David Anderson THOMAS.

+64 v. John P. THOMAS.

65 vi. Frances THOMAS.

She was married to Colonel Robert MOORMAN after 1795. Colonel Robert MOORMAN was born in Fairfield County, SC. Susannah MABRY and Colonel Robert MOORMAN had the following children:

+66 i. Frances P. MOORMAN.

20. William POOLE Jr died before 18 Mar 1816 in Mecklenburg County, VA. William's will was proved in Mecklenburg County, Virginia March 18, 1816. He left his estate to his wife, Rebekah, until his youngest son, Edward W., reaches the age of 21. At that time, the estate was to be divided between his sons, William, Peterson, and Edward. He names daughters, Martha, Mary T., Lucresia S., and Susannah T. Pool. His wife, Rebekah Pool and brother-in-law, Thomas Tanner are named Executrix and Executor. He was born.

He was married to Rebecca TANNER on 17 Jan 1797 in Mecklenburg County, VA. Marriage bond was posted January 17, 1797 and Minister John Loyd performed the ceremony on January 18, 1797. Surety provided by Thomas Tanner. William POOLE Jr and Rebecca TANNER had the following children:

67 i. William POOLE was born.

68 ii. Peterson POOLE was born.

69 iii. Edward W. POOLE was born.

70 iv. Martha POOLE was born.

71 v. Mary T. POOLE was born.

72 vi. Lucresia S. POOLE was born.

73 vii. Susanna T. POOLE was born.

21. Mary POOLE was born.

She was married to John MORGAN on 17 Feb 1790 in Mecklenburg County, VA. Marriage bond posted February 17, 1790; surety provided by Phil Morgan. Mary POOLE and John MORGAN had the following children:

74 i. Nancy MORGAN was born.

75 ii. Rebecca MORGAN was born.

23. Mary Ann POOLE was born about 1755 in VA. She died about 1833 in Pickens District, SC.

She was married to George VANDIVER RS about 1785 in Camden District, SC. George VANDIVER RS was born on 28 Dec 1764 in Loudoun County, VA. He died on 6 Jun 1833 in Pickens County, SC. Mary Ann POOLE and George VANDIVER RS had the following children:

+76 i. Phoebe VANDIVER.

+77 ii. Adam Poole VANDIVER.

78 iii. Amenthia VANDIVER was born about 1790 in SC. Amenthia was born between 1790 and 1800.

+79 iv. Helena VANDIVER.

80 v. Mary VANDIVER was born about 1794 in SC. Mary was born between 1794 and 1800.

+81 vi. Enoch VANDIVER.

24. Samuel POOL RS was born about 1760 in Lunenburg County, VA. He died after 10 Oct 1829 in Jackson County, GA. Samuel's will, signed October 10, 1829 in Jackson County, names his children: John, Wiley, Samuel, Drury, Seymour Spencer, Lavina, Parthenia, Alice, and Polly. His son, John Pool of Walton County, Georgia, was named executor of his estate. Samuel mentions owning three tracts of land in Jackson County, one in Early County, and four in Lee County, Georgia. Andrew Liddell, George R. Grant, and James Liddell witnessed the will. Samuel married three different ladies named Simmons. They were supposedly not related to each other. As a child, he lived in the vicinity of John and Samuel Simmons in Mecklenburg County, Virginia. John and Samuel were at Miles Creek, the "the first creek west of Flat Creek in 1787. Samuel lived in the Flat Creek area.

1790 - Lived in Orange County, North Carolina per tax list.

1791 - Was still in Orange County in area near Ellerbee's (Allabay's) Creek; his brother William, lived in the same area.

1810 - Samuel and William both lived in Montgomery County, North Carolina.

1815 - Between 1810 and 1815, Samuel moved to Jackson County, Georgia.

1820 - Registered for the lottery in Jackson County and drew land in Early County, Georgia.

1825 - Registered for the lottery in Jackson County; he received two draws as Revolutionary Soldier. Samuel paid taxes for the orphans of Asa Simmons.

1826 - Samuel paid taxes for the orphans of Asa Simmons. He was taxed in Jackson County, Captain Knox's District, for 146 acres on Pond Fork, tributary of the Oconee River (north of what is now Pendergrass).

1827 - He drew land in the 17th District of Lee County, Georgia.

1828 - Samuel paid taxes for the orphans of Asa Simmons. He also paid taxes on land in Jackson, Early, and Lee Counties.

 

He was married to Sarah "Sally" SIMMONS on 2 Mar 1792 in Orange County, NC. Samuel POOL RS and Sarah "Sally" SIMMONS had the following children:

+82 i. John Simmons POOL.

+83 ii. Lavina POOL.

+84 iii. Bethena "Parthenia" POOL.

+85 iv. Wiley POOL.

He was married to Nancy Ann SIMMONS. Samuel POOL RS and Nancy Ann SIMMONS had the following children:

+86 i. Alice "Allie" POOL.

+87 ii. Mary "Polly" POOL.

88 iii. Captain Samuel POOL Jr. was born before 1810. He died about 1880 in Calhoun County, AL. Samuel died at the age of 70. Samuel was a bachelor. He was a Captain in the "Indian War" in Florida. In 1850 and 1860 he was enumerated in Taladega County, Alabama. By 1870, he had moved to Calhoun County, Jacksonville District. He lived with his brother-in-law, Nathan Clark, during the later years of his life, near Jacksonville, Alabama.

+89 iv. Drury "Dru" POOL.

90 v. Seymour Spencer POOL C.S.A. was born about 1822 in Jackson County, GA. He died after 1899. Seymour served as private with Edward Tarrant's Light Artillery Battery. He enlisted in Selma, Alabama in 1863 and was discharged May 16, 1865. He was probably named for a Seymour Spencer who was a neighbor of his father's in the 1810 census.

1832 - Seymour drew Land Lot 32 in the 23rd District, 3rd Section of Cherokee County (now Floyd County), Georgia. At that time he was a 10-year-old orphan, living in Walton County, Georgia, probably with John Simmons Pool, his older brother.

1899 - He applied for C.S.A. pension in Bibb County, Alabama.

 

 

25. William POOLE was born about 1762 in Lunenburg County, VA. The area of Lunenburg County where William was born became Mecklenburg County in 1764.

William POOLE had the following children:

+91 i. William POOLE Jr.

26. Catherine POOLE was born about 1765 in Mecklenburg County, VA. The area of Lunenburg County where Adam lived became Mecklenburg County in 1764. She died about 1851 in Anderson County, SC.

She was married to Private Edward VANDIVER RS on 16 Jun 1789 in Fairfield County, SC. Catherine was Edward's second wife. Private Edward VANDIVER RS was born about 1749 in MD. He died on 20 Jul 1837 in Anderson County, SC. Edward served as a private in the South Carolina Line and was at the Battle of Eutaw Springs. Catherine POOLE and Private Edward VANDIVER RS had the following children:

+92 i. William VANDIVER.

+93 ii. Aaron VANDIVER.

+94 iii. Manning VANDIVER.

95 iv. Esther VANDIVER was born on 4 Jan 1799 in Pendleton County, SC. She died on 10 Jan 1874 in Anderson County, SC.

+96 v. Ibzen VANDIVER.

+97 vi. Edward VANDIVER Jr.

98 vii. Enoch VANDIVER was born about 1808 in Pendleton County, SC. He died on 3 Jan 1873 in Anderson County, SC.

27. Walter POOLE was born about 1768 in Camden County, SC. Date of birth estimated from 1840 census.

He signed a will on 14 Sep 1854 in Franklin County, GA. Walter mentions his sons; William, Amos N. Pool, Andrew P. Pool, Walter D. Pool, and Doctor A. Pool; his daughters; Amelia and Martha, wife of Derrel Garner He died about 1860 in Franklin County, GA.

1840 - Walter, aged 60-70, is enumerated in Franklin County, Georgia with 1 male, aged 5-10; 1 male, aged 15-20; 1 male aged 20-30; 1 female, aged 50-60; 1 female, aged 20-30 and 1 female, aged 15-20.

1850 - Walter, aged 81, born South Carolina, is living in Franklin County in the household of his son, A. P. Poole.

He was married to Martha. Martha was born about 1795 in GA. Martha was 55 years old; born in Georgia in the 1850 census. Walter POOLE and Martha had the following children:

99 i. William POOLE was born about 1805. Date of birth estimated from 1840 census. William is listed in the last will and testament of his father, Walter Poole.

1840 - William, aged 30-40, is listed in Franklin County, Georgia with 1 female, aged 30-40 and 2 females under age 5. He is within 4 enumerations of Walter.

+100 ii. Martha POOLE.

101 iii. Permelia "Amelia" POOLE was born about 1815 in SC. Walter Pool's will lists Amelia as his daughter.

+102 iv. Amos N. POOLE.

+103 v. Andrew P. POOLE.

104 vi. Walter D. POOLE C.S.A. was born about 1828 in SC. Walter Pool's will lists Walter D. Pool as his son. There was a Private W. D. Pool on the muster roll of Company F, 37th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of Tennessee, CSA, Franklin County Georgia, Franklin Rangers. He enlisted October 20, 1863 and was last shown on the roll for April 1, 1864. There is also a W. D. Pool - 27, from Georgia, buried in the Confederate Section of Covington City Cemetery, Newton County, Georgia.

105 vii. Doctor A. POOLE was born about 1833 in GA. Walter Pool's will lists Doctor A. Pool as his son. There is an Anderson Poole listed in the 1850 census, in Franklin County, Georgia, in the household of A. P. Poole. Anderson was 17 in 1850 and is probably A. P.'s brother. There was a Private D. A. Poole on the muster roll of Company H, 8th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia, CSA, Floyd County Georgia, "Floyd Infantry". He enlisted May 13, 1861 and last appears on the April 30, 1864 muster roll.

28. Adam S. POOLE Jr was born on 17 Nov 1776 in Camden District, SC. He died on 21 Jun 1855 in Fulton County, GA. He was buried in Poole Family Cemetery, Poolesville, Fulton County, GA.

1797 - Adam Pool, John Watson, and Alex Robinson are on jury duty on July 19, 1797 in Fairfield County, South Carolina. This is Adam Jr. since Adam Sr. was in Pendleton District by this time.

1810 - Adam, Walter, and William lived adjacent to each other in the Fairfield District census.

1824 - Adam, Jr. moved to DeKalb County, Georgia, and established a grist mill on Jonesboro Road at Poole's Creek. This area was called Poolesville and later became part of Fulton County.

He was married to Margaret CROSBY on 18 Jun 1798 in Fairfield County, SC. Margaret CROSBY was born on 1 Feb 1777 in Chester County, SC. Dr. Thomas Hugh Poole had listed the date of birth as June 29, 1780. Her tombstone says she died on March 16, 1851, aged 74 years, 1 month, and 15 days. She died on 16 Mar 1851 in Fulton County, GA. Dr. Thomas Hugh Poole had listed the date of death as March 16, 1854. She was buried in Poole Family Cemetery, Poolesville, Fulton County, GA. Adam S. POOLE Jr and Margaret CROSBY had the following children:

+106 i. Nancy Davis POOLE.

+107 ii. Mary Crosby POOLE.

+108 iii. Sarah Hues POOLE.

+109 iv. Edna POOLE.

+110 v. Thomas Manning POOLE.

+111 vi. Ann POOLE.

+112 vii. Ephriam Marbury POOLE.

113 viii. Adam POOLE was born on 3 Jan 1813 in Chester County, SC. He died on 5 Dec 1857.

+114 ix. Allen Jackson "Jack" POOLE.

+115 x. Margaret Rebecca POOLE.

29. Robert POOLE was born about 1777 in Camden County, SC. He died before 27 Jan 1840 in Anderson County, SC.

He was married to Elizabeth JOLLY before 1810. Robert POOLE and Elizabeth JOLLY had the following children:

116 i. Joseph A. POOLE C.S.A. died on 22 Nov 1862 in Anderson County, SC.

117 ii. Lucy Ann POOLE was born.

118 iii. Iris E. POOLE was born.

119 iv. Robert J. POOLE was born.

120 v. Ephraim Mabry POOLE C.S.A. died about 1864 in Petersburg, Petersburg City, VA.

121 vi. Elias POOLE was born.

30. Manning POOLE was born about 1778 in Camden District, SC. He died before 7 Feb 1842 in SC.

He was married to Mary MILWEE before 1807. Manning POOLE and Mary MILWEE had the following children:

122 i. POOLE was born about 1807 in SC.

123 ii. POOLE was born about 1808 in SC.

+124 iii. Adam POOLE.

125 iv. Elizabeth POOLE was born on 11 Feb 1817 in SC. She died on 6 Aug 1876.

126 v. POOLE was born about 1819 in SC.

31. Lucy POOLE was born.

She was married to Manning BRAZEAL.

32. Edna POOLE was born about Jul 1783.

She was married to John Manning CAIN about 1825. Mary was John's second wife. Edna POOLE and John Manning CAIN had the following children:

127 i. Manning CAIN.

38. William POOLE was born after 1765 in Mecklenburg County, VA.

1810 - William, aged 26-44, with a wife in the same age bracket lived adjacent to his father, Walter and his brother, Adam in the Fairfield District census. His next door neighbor was Sally Barnes, with Lewis Barnes living nearby.

1820 - William over age 45, was living in Fairfield District.

William POOLE had the following children:

128 i. James Thomas POOLE was born about 1788 in SC.

39. Corporal Adam POOL was born about 1769 in Mecklenburg County, VA. He died after 1835. According to a transcript of a letter that Adam wrote to his son, Fielding Peter Poole, Adam was alive and living in Lowndes County, Mississippi in April 1835. Adam was a teacher and served during the War of 1812 as a corporal in Drury M. Allen's Company of Mounted Gunman. The company was formed in Madison County, Alabama.

1794 - Adam witnessed a deed in which Daniel Mabry sold land on Mclure's Branch of Beaver Creek. The land joined Watson's and Mabry's.

1795 - On July 17, 1795 Adam and his father, Walter, were sworn as constables for Camden District, Fairfield County.

1798 - Adam was sued on January 18, 1798 by Arthur Clarke & Company. The case was settled in Camden District, Fairfield County, Court, with plaintiffs named to pay court costs.

1808 - Adam gave slaves, that were part of his wife's legacy, to his children for "love and affection", on February 29, 1808 in Jackson County, Georgia. He appointed William Pentecost as attorney and gave a Negro woman, named Lina and all her increase to his daughters, Elizabeth and Jincy Poole; one Negro boy, named George, to his son David. Recorded on January 11, 1810 in Deed Book E, page 274.

He was married to Elizabeth MABRY (daughter of Ephraim MABRY and Mary POOLE) about 1794 in Fairfield County, SC. Elizabeth MABRY died about 1808. Corporal Adam POOL and Elizabeth MABRY had the following children:

+57 i. David V. T. POOLE.

58 ii. Elizabeth POOLE.

59 iii. Jane "Jincy" POOLE.

He was married to Elizabeth "Betsey" PENNINGTON before 1 May 1809 in Jackson County, GA. Elizabeth's first husband, Henry Ramsey, died intestate. Jackson County records show that since Adam had intermarried with Elizabeth, he was appointed as an administrator of Henry's estate in right of his wife. Elizabeth "Betsey" PENNINGTON was born about 1787. She died before 1819 in Tuscaloosa County, AL ?. Corporal Adam POOL and Elizabeth "Betsey" PENNINGTON had the following children:

+129 i. John Hanson POOL.

+130 ii. Fielding Peter POOLE.

+131 iii. Private Abel Pennington POOL.

+132 iv. Adam W. POOL.

+133 v. Rebecca Lane POOL.

40. Walter POOLE Jr..

1810 - Walter lived in the Missouri Territory between 1810 and 1815.

1816 - By the fall of 1816, Walter Poole, his wife, and four children along with several other families, Claiborne Wright, Alex O. and George C. Wetmore, William Mabbitt, Jonathon Anderson, and Charles Burkham were living in the vicinity of Clear Creek and Pecan Point.

1819 - He lived in the Arkansas Territory from 1819 to 1821. The area later became Miller County, Arkansas and then became part of Texas.

1830 - One Walter Pool and Nancy Kelly were indicted for adultery on October 27, 1830 in Miller County, Arkansas. The indictment was dismissed on October 22, 1831. Circuit Court Record A, pages 5 and 12.

Walter POOLE Jr. had the following children:

134 i. Jonathon Cockran POOLE was born.

+135 ii. Beverly POOLE.

43. Hardy Keele POOLE was born on 25 Oct 1802 in Fairfield County, SC. Most records show Hardy born in Georgia, however Walter was in Fairfield County, South Carolina in the 1790, 1800, and 1810 censuses. He died on 12 Jul 1873 in Union County, AR. He was buried in Good Hope Cemetery, Union County, AR.

1832 - Hardy K. Poole drew lot number 1079, district 21, section 2 in the 1832 gold lottery. This lot is located in present day Cherokee or Cass County.

1833 - The Southern Recorder, Wednesday, February 27, 1833 reported that Hardy K. Poole applied for letters of administration on the estate of Walter Poole, late of said county, deceased (signed) J. L. Hopkins C.C.O.

1833 - On May 6, 1833 and Hardy Keele Poole was appointed administrator of Walter Poole's estate. A bond of $800.00 was posted by Hardy K. Poole, Richard Quinn, and Ferdinand Beam.

1835 - Robert T. Pool purchased Lot #115, 20th District, Stewart County, Georgia from Hardy K. Pool as administrator of Walter Pool's estate. Recorded in Newton County, Georgia, Ordinary Court, Book 6, page 457 in June 1835. This was the land that Walter drew for his Revolutionary War service in 1827.

1836 - Land Sale by Green B. Turner of Newton Co., GA. to Hardy K. Pool of Marion Co., GA., for $100.00, LL 337 in 9th Dt. of formerly Henry now Newton Co., 150ac /m/o/l, that part of said lot where Josiah Reed formerly lived. Witnesses were Richard Aycock and Jos. S. Anderson, J.I.C. Recorded March 25, 1836. (Newton Co., Ga. Deed Bk E, page 401).

1840 - Hardy was enumerated in District 709, Marion County, Georgia. The household included one male under 5, one male 5-10, three males 10-15, one male 20-30, and one male 30-40. There was one female under 5, one female 5-10, one female 15-20, and one female 20-30.

1840 - Hardy K. Poole was on the September 1840, Grand Jury in Marion County, Georgia.

1850 - Hardy K. Poole, a 48 year old farmer born in South Carolina was enumerated in LaPile Township, Union County, Arkansas. Also, his wife, Sarah D., aged 35, born Georgia; their son, Thos. P., aged 12, born in Georgia and their daughter, Frances, aged 10, born Georgia. His real estate was valued at $720.00.

1859 - Hardy K. Pool recorded a land transaction in Union County, Arkansas on July 1, 1859 (Section 35 Township 19S Range 12W, 40 acres.)

1860 - Hardy enumerated in Union County, Arkansas with his wife, Sarah, son, Thos. P., aged 22 and daughter, Frances N., aged 19. Hardy was listed as a farmer with real estate valued at $5000.00 and personal property valued at $500.00.

1870 - Hardy, aged 68, is enumerated with his wife, Nancy, aged 34; his children, Julia, aged 4 and Ellen, aged 2. Nancy's children, Henry and Mary Craven by her first marriage were also in the household. Hardy's occupation was listed as a farmer. His real estate was valued at $500.00, and his personal property was valued at $200.00.

He was married to Charlotte VAUGHN on 31 Oct 1824 in Newton County, GA. Charlotte VAUGHN died about 1831 in Newton County, GA. Date of death estimated from Hardy's second marriage. Hardy Keele POOLE and Charlotte VAUGHN had the following children:

+136 i. Harrison Keele POOLE C.S.A..

137 ii. Frederick POOLE was born about 1826 in Newton County, GA. He died on 29 Jan 1859. Frederick died from pneumonia. Frederick hurt his foot in an accident at the mill and was crippled. He never married.

+138 iii. William Tappley "Will" POOLE.

+139 iv. Hardy "Frost" Garrison POOLE C.S.A..

He was married to Sarah "Sally" Davis PHILLIPS on 13 Dec 1831 in Covington, Newton County, GA. Sarah "Sally" Davis PHILLIPS was born on 7 Jun 1815. She died on 12 Feb 1863 in AR. She was buried in Good Hope Cemetery, Union County, AR. Hardy Keele POOLE and Sarah "Sally" Davis PHILLIPS had the following children:

140 i. Mary Ann Elizabeth POOLE was born on 21 Jul 1833 in Newton County, GA.

+141 ii. Louisa Jane "Lucy Jane" POOLE.

+142 iii. Thomas Peter POOLE.

143 iv. Frances Ann Rebecca POOLE was born on 18 Dec 1840. Frances was born on the way to Arkansas. Born on the way to Arkansas.

He was married to Nancy N. "Polly" COLE on 16 Feb 1865 in Union County, AR. Ceremony was performed by the Reverend Isaac Newton. Marriage recorded in El Dorado, Union County, Book B, p. 321. Nancy N. "Polly" COLE was born on 3 May 1836. She died on 4 May 1915 in Union County, AR. Hardy Keele POOLE and Nancy N. "Polly" COLE had the following children:

+144 i. Julia Catherine "Kate" POOLE.

145 ii. Ellen Jane POOLE was born on 10 Oct 1868 in LaPile, Union County, AR.

146 iii. Walter Scott POOLE was born on 27 Apr 1871 in LaPile, Union County, AR. He died on 20 Oct 1952.

44. Robert T. POOLE was born about 1803 in Fairfield County, SC. Robert was probably born in Fairfield District, South Carolina since Walter was enumerated there in the 1790, 1800, and 1810 censuses. He died about 1842 in Macon County, GA. The link between Robert T. Poole and his suspected father, Walter Poole is based on circumstantial evidence. Walter was enumerated in Walton County, Georgia in the 1820 Federal Census with a male in the household between 16 and 26 years of age. Walter is living in Newton County in the 1830 census and the male who was in the household in the 1820 census is no longer there. Robert T. first appears in the 1830 census, living close to Walter, and his age, between 20 and 30, in 1830 matches the 16 to 26 year old who was with Walter in 1820.

1830 - Robert T. Pool, aged 20-30; his wife, Jemima, aged 15-20 were enumerated in Newton County, Georgia. The family was located 7 enumerations away from Walter Pool.

1835 - Robert T. Pool purchased Lot #115, 20th District, Stewart County, Georgia from Hardy K. Pool as administrator of Walter Pool's estate. Recorded in Newton County, Georgia, Ordinary Court, Book 6, page 457 in June 1835. This was the land that Walter drew for his Revolutionary War service in 1827.

1838 - Robert T. Pool was in Macon County, Georgia in the 1840 census; since he is not listed in the 1838 Tax Digest of Macon County, Georgia he was probably still in Newton County.

1840 - Robert T. Pool, aged 30-40; his wife Jemima, aged 20-30; one male, aged 0-5, two males, aged 5-10 and one female, aged 0-5 were enumerated in Macon County, Georgia in District 814, Garden Valley area. The names and ages of the children are probably: Hardy K., aged 2; Lauretta, aged 5; William T., aged 7 and William Ryley, aged 9.

1842/49 - Suspect Robert may have died between 1842 and 1849. Robert's wife, Jemima, is listed as a widow in the 1850 census of Randolph County, Georgia and none of her children are living with her. Children, whose ages coincide with Jemima and Robert's children, start to appear in the January 1842 poor school funding list for Newton County . It appears that Jemima may have moved back to Newton County. Later, the children are shown as living with Miss Priscilla Poole daughter of Walter Poole. Since Robert T. is not listed in the 1850 Mortality Schedule, he probably died between January 1842 and June 1849.

He was married to Jemima MCGRAW on 27 Apr 1830 in Newton County, GA. Jemima MCGRAW was born about 1813 in SC.

1850- Jemima, aged 45, a widow, born South Carolina was enumerated living alone in a boarding house in Randolph County, Georgia.

1860- Jemima, aged 52, born South Carolina, occupation farming was enumerated in Randolph County, Georgia. Her neighbor, Thomas Mitchell, was enumerated with William Poole, age 36, born South Carolina and his family.

1870- Jemima Boothe, age 57, born Georgia is enumerated in the household of William Ryley Poole in Miller County, Georgia. Suspect she is Jemima McGraw Poole and that she either remarried or the census taker wrote her surname incorrectly. Robert T. POOLE and Jemima MCGRAW had the following children:

+147 i. William Ryley POOLE C.S.A..

148 ii. William T. POOLE was born about 1833 in Newton County, GA. 1846 - William T. and Lauretta are in the October 29, 1846 poor school funding list of the 463rd District of Newton County, Georgia.

1847 - William T., aged 14, and Lauretta, aged 11, are in the September 28, 1847 poor school funding list of the 463rd District.

1848 - William T., aged 15; Lauretta, aged 12, and Hardy, aged 9, are in the 463rd District poor school funding list dated, October 2, 1848.

149 iii. Lauretta POOLE was born about 1836 in Newton County, GA. 1842 - Lauretta is in the January 3, 1842 poor school funding list of the 463rd District of Newton County, Georgia

1846 - Lorena [sic] and William T. are in the October 1846 poor school funding list of the 463rd District.

1847 - Lauretta, aged 11 and William T., aged 14 are in the September 28, 1847 poor school funding list of the 463rd District.

1848 - Lauretta, aged 12; William T., aged 15 and Hardy, aged 9 are in the 463rd District October 2, 1848 poor school funding list.

1850 - Lauretta, aged 15, is enumerated in the household of Priscilla Pool, aged 40 in the Newton County census.

1854 - In the September 1854 term, Prissilla [sic] Pool is listed as having two children eligible for poor school funding in the Wyatt District (463rd.) The two children are probably Lauretta and Hardy. However, the 1851 poor school list also shows a James Pool. James has not been linked to any family in the Newton County area. James O. Pool also appears later in the November 3, 1858 poor school funding list of the 463rd District.

1857 - Miss Priscilla Pool is shown in the poor school funding list of Wyatt District as having 2 eligible children. Again, these are most likely Lauretta Hardy.

150 iv. Hardy K. POOLE was born about 1838 in Newton County, GA. 1847 - Hardy, aged 8; William T., aged 14 and Lauretta, aged 11 are in the 463rd District, September 28, 1847 poor school funding list of Newton County, Georgia.

1848 - Hardy, aged 9; William T., aged 15 and Lauretta, aged 12 are in the poor school funding list of the 463rd District dated, October 2, 1848.

1849 - Hardy, aged 9, is in September 11, 1849 poor school funding list of the 463rd District.

1850 - Hardy, aged 10, is enumerated with Isaac Frazier in the 1850 census.

1851 - Hardy is in the September 22, 1851 poor school funding list of the 463rd District.

1852 - The September 1852 poor school funding list of the 463rd District shows Priscilla Pool's child, Hardy K. Pool.

1854 - In the September 1854 term, Prissilla [sic] Pool is listed as having two children eligible for poor school funding in the Wyatt District (463rd.) The two children are probably Hardy and Lauretta. However, the 1851 poor school list also shows a James Pool. James has not been linked to any family in the Newton County area. James O. Pool also appears later in the November 3, 1858 poor school funding list of the 463rd District.

1857 - Miss Priscilla Pool is shown in the poor school funding list of Wyatt District as having 2 eligible children. Again, these are most likely Hardy and Lauretta.

45. Morning POOLE was born about 1804 in Fairfield County, SC.

She was married to William VAUGHN on 4 Mar 1825 in Newton County, GA.


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