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  ãliiHMiliMMMMUlli NATIONAL HISTORI L MAGAZINE inventories reveal thestation inlife of the fuinily,whetherornottheycaredtoread,operatedaniili,ferry,farmed,werelawyers,doctors,ormerchants;alsooftentell tin* triifjrntionofafamily. S<inM5 <»f theold papers fairly glistenwiththe ^nd—the silicik;—with which the still legi^ ink was dried^^r they used  sand shalwrs in die early daW I have a feelingyof  kinship when I rehd the name of^jme child whowanted andpbtained the family Bible at thesale ofpei^nalprop^ty, and woebe tidethefamily-^nmy mind^—who letsan outsiderobtain it records are inthe o whereIalsopaid early poll lists werj youcan see for Jackson, Atlams. and thefirst voted. Then Iw^t to the Office ofthe Circuit Clerk andIlecorderof Deeds to checkthe Deed IndX, andfrom this the D^d Record Books./TheMarriageRecords,alsointhis office,ycome infora search, as well as any suit,Criminalorcivil.TheTreasurerofthe/Countyhasthetaxbooks;youcan locatetheproperty,real,personaland mixed from theserecords. Riddle MfK. SiiiiannahKiddie died Inloslalu inRails County,Missouri,in 1849, Shehadproperty whichconsistedofmoney,receivedasonenextof kintothelateMichaelHoptonQementsofLon don,'England.MichaelNourseofWashington, ãD. C.,wasacousinof her childrenwhichnum bered five: James N. Riddle(was he named James NOlfRSE Riildle?Seepage10,thesenotes. NDN.),WilliamN.Riddle,DavidH.Riddle, Calharine R. (Riddle) .Slone, John N. Riddle (whopre-deeeasedhismother,hehavingdiedin Rails Co.,Mo.,in 1845). The son James N. Riddle,in 1851 was of Mar- tinsburg, Va. The son William N. Riddle had beeninSt.LouisCounty,Mo.,andWheeling, BerkleyCo.,W.Va., but in1851wasofMartins- bur}:. The sonDavid H. Ridillewas at onetime PastorofthePreshyterianChurchatPillslnirg, Pa., while thedaughter,Catharine B. Riddle was evidentlythewifeofWlm.Stone,theAdministra tor ofMrs. SusannahRiddle s estate, and ofRails County, Mo. A deed stales that WilliamN.Riddle s wife was Eli/aboth. The sonJohti,N. Riddle was horn inMarlins- hiirg,Va.,in Jan. 1803, and onMarch26,1828,hemarriedSusan Tabb ofMarlinsburg,whowas bornSept. 1802;ihcy came toMissouriin1836. John N. Riddle diedApril4,1845, andhis widow diedAug. 14,1875. John N. and .Susan (Tabb) Riddle hadthe fol earlyassessment oftheCountyClerk, and wherethelined. From these ancestorvoted i'fordorClay , assessed or Lie iK.T o /\i [607 lowingchildren,orderofbirlhnotknown:Joseph N.Riddle,diedin 18.59. Rails Co.,Mo.; Martha .SusanKiddle,hornMartiinburg,Va.,Dec.11,1828,marriedinRailsCo.,Mo.,onApr.18, 18.54, Samuel M. Elliott;William Tabb Riddle(note D.A.R.Mag., June 1945.p. , {.32 ;Callnu'inoH. Riddle(culledKale);Mary Vl. Riddlem.John Stone; Elizabeth F. Riddle; LaviniaA. Riddle; DavidH.Riddle(perhapstheDavidRiddlewhom.VirginiaA.GentryandlivedatVernon, Texas.) ã In 1895,Williamwasa Texas farmer; Katie livedin Texas asdidElizabeth,I..avinia and David;Joseph-andMaryweredeceasedand Martha Siisan(Riddle)Elliottlived in Rails County.Mo. InMay .5, 1845,MarthaS.RiddleandWilliam T.Riddle wereoverthe aite of14 and chose WilliamN.Riddletheir guardian; whileCatharine B.Riddle, Joserh N.,Mary,ElizabethF.,Lavinia A.,andDavidH.Riddlewereundertheageof14, MarthaSiisanRiddle Was theeldestchild,accord ing to sketch of Samuel M. Elliott. Seedataattached. DescentofWilliam Tabb Riddle.(SeeNational HistoricalMagazine,June1945,pages332/3, query signedbyMrs.C.C.deGravelles,New Iberia, La.) The followingRiddle data is taken from:Rec ords of Probate Office, Rails County, Mo.;Rails County,Missouri,DeedRecords;RailsCounty, Miissouri,MarriaceRecords:Marion,Rails, Pike Cos.,Mo.,Biog.Record,p.458.C. 0. Owens Co.jChicago,1895. By Nell Downing Norton (Mrs. Voris RaridenNorton),National Vice Chairman,CcnealogicalRecords Committee, CentralDivision,N.S.D.A.K.NewLondon,Mo., June 1945. Mrs, Susannah Riddledied in 1849—^Williain StoneappointedAdministratoronNov.5th,1849. Sheleftthe following 5heirs:JamesN.laddie, WilliamN.Riddle,DavidH.Riddle,CatharineB.Stone and theheirsof John N.Riddle,deceased. In the settlementofher estate: shereceived,as pne of the next of Idn of thelateMichaelHouton Clements,ofLondon, England,the sumof 13,- 1.57.77. Feb.28, 18.51) TwoPowersi»fAlloineycerlilied by NotaryPublic,renouncingadministration in GreatBritain.Letter in the file fromMickl Nourse,WashingtonCity,datedNov.25, 185.3, addressed to Col. William Stone, mentionsashis (Nourse s)Cousins:James, William and David Riddle, CousinCalliarine and the heirs of thelate JohnRiddle,withaffectionateremerabranceto CousinCatharine. DeedRecordsshowthatin June 30,1835,Wlm.N.RiddlewasoftheCityofWheelingand State of Virginiawhen he bought land: March 25,1851, .shows William N. Riddle and Elizabeth his wife ofllieCountytifBerkleyandSlateofVirginia, thisdeedslatingthat William N. Riddle hmi he- foreresidedintheCountyofSt.Louis andState of Missouri. Papers in theestate file show that in1851 James N.Riddle M as of Martinsburg, Va.,aswasalso William N. Riddle, and that DavidH. Riddle was ofPitlshiiig,Pq.Anotherpaperslatesthat  rm DavidH.RiddlewasPastorofthePresby.Church at Piltsburg,Pa. Another pape,r showstheypaidtheWestEly PresbyterianChurch,-MarionCounty,Missouri,  2.50.00. Thi.swassignedbyW.N.Riddle: Jas. N.Riddle;D.II.RiddleandCalliarineB..Stone.Marion,Rails,PikeCos.,Mo.,Biog.Record (1895)shows thatthe sonofMrs. Susannah Rid dle,JohnN.Riddle,wasborninMarlinsburg, Virginia,inJanuary,1803;hiswifewasMissSusanTabb,likewise-ofMartinsburg,whowas borninSept.1802;theymarriedMarch26, 1818 (this should be  1828 , sincetheireldestchildwas bomDec.11,1828.NDN),andcametoMissouri in1836.JohnN.RiddlediedApril4,1845,and hiswidow,.SusanRiddle,diedAug.14, 187.5. Ac- coniiugtocslalepapersofJuhuN.RiddleuiidofhissonJosephN.Riddle(whodiedin1859)the 8childrenof John N. and Susan  Tabb Riddle were:MarthaSusanRiddle (m.Saml.M.Elliott); William TabbRiddle; Calharine B. Riddle; Mary M.(orN.)Riddle;ElizabethF. Riddle; Lavinia A. Riddle and David H. Riddle; and the son JosephN.Riddlewhodiedin1859. Fromtheforegoingitwouldseem that Mrs. SusannahRiddle—^kintoMichaelHopton(Yem enis,ofLondon,England,anheirnextofkin— wasthe mother of: James N.,WilliamN.,David H.,CatharineB.(Riddle)i^one,andJohnN. Riddle,dec d;thatJohnN.RiddlemarriedSusaii Tabbandhadthefollowingchildren:Martha Susan(Riddle)Elliott,William Tabb Riddle,CatharineB.Riddle,MaryM.(orN.)Riddle,ElizabethF.Riddle,LaviniaA.Riddle,DavidH. Riddle,andJosephN.Riddle(orderofbirthnot known . Theahove,nodoubt,istheancestryofthe William Tabb Riddle who married in Monroe County,Missouri,Feb.8,1853,anddiedin1906 inBentonville,Arkansas,asgiveninthe National Histobical Magazine,N.S.p.A.R.,June 1945; documentaryproofofwhichisfoundintheRails County records. Attachedare data ascopiedbymeonthis Riddle family.  ell Dounine  orton (Mrs.VorisRaridenNorton).(Detailsoftheresearchincourtrecords willappearinthe December issue.L.R.S.) Amongthemanyvaluablerecordson file inouralready over-crowded libraryis  Emigrantsfrom Scotland to America, 1774-1775, copiedfromaloosebujidleofTreasuryPapersinthePublicRecord Office, London,England,compiledandin dexed inthe London office of Viola Root Cameron,Genealogist,57ChanceryLane, London,and521FifthAvenue,NewYork, N.Y.,1930. Listed are names,formerresidence,age, occupation, towhatportor place bound, onwhataccountandforwhatpurpose theygo. In the list from Feb.3toFeb.10,1774, NATIONAL HISTORICAL MAGAZINK Port Grcenock, amongthecouplehundred n mes re Jno.Drummond, fromPaisley,19,weaver,to- N.Y. JamesSpencc,Paisley, 2.5, carlwright,toN.Y. Maryllowet,Glasgow,25,spinster,N.Y. ArchibaldScott,Glasgow,25,taflor,N.Y. Jno.Tanyhill,Glasgow,19,farmer,N.Y. Robt.Tanyhill, Glasgow, 25,farmer,N.Y. Jas.Cunningham,Paisley,42,weaver,N.Y. Elizabeth,his wife. Paisley,40,spinster,N. Y» Elizabeth,hisdaii.,Paisley,20,spinster,N.Y. Catherine,liisdau..Paisley,18,spinster,N.Y. Donald, his son, Paisley, 16, weaver, N.Y.. James,bisson,Pnlslny,14,weaver,N.Y. William,hisson.Paisley,12,weaver,N.Y. Sarah,hisdau..Paisley,5,N.Y. John Spence, Paisley, 29, weaver, N.Y. Margaret,hiswife.Paisley,27,spinster,N.Y. HughMcLellan, Paisley, 17, spinster, N. Y. Thisis followed byareportoftheex aminationofemigrantsfromtheCounties ofCaithnessandSutherlandonboardthe ship,Bachelor of Leith, bound for Wilming ton,NorthCarolina.  WilliamGordonsaithheisage60and upwards, by trade a farmer, married, bath sixchildren who emigrate with him,with thewives and childrenofhistwosons, John and Alexander Gordon. *** Havetwo sonsalreadysettledinCarolina(reasons given in detailpertain to ihe raising of rents***isanoldman and lame . All tliese thingsconcurringinducedhim toleavehisownCountryinhopesthat hischildren would earn their breadmore comfortablyelsewhere. Among ffiese detailed items thatwillbeofspecialinterestarerecordsof Wiliam McKay, WilliamSutherland,JohnCata-nock,ElizabethandDonaldMcDonald, John M<;Beeath, JamesDuncanandothers. HectorMcDonald,age75,married,a farmer,haththreesonswhoemigratewith him,John,Alexanderand George. From 27to22yearsold. Also twograndchildren, HectorCampbell,age16,AlexanderCampbell,age12,whogototheirmother,already in (Carolina. *** Intends to go to North Carolina.(Hegivesdetailsoflowprices,highrents,anddescribestheexcessiveprice ofcorntotheconsumptionofitinthe distillery.) Among othernameslistedasgoingto Carolinawere:HughMathesonandasis terKatherine,GeorgeGrant,WilliamBain; Alexander Morrison, age60,married,hath onesonandaservantmaid,whoemigrate withhim. n T dre pro  nc i inl den m Chi / of Bof tor Wii; DanAnt Rid Johi Jer€ Ben Nat Stei Stei Jonj Wil Tho Jose Josi Mar Len JamJosf Pen  johi Wii: Jam Job]Jon: Jose SaiT Sim JamTho N. . .Wil Jcre IJez JohiSim Johi Jom  at Cha Josi Sair Rid BenDan JoseJohi Lori Wii: MaiWil Join  NATIONAL HISTORICAL MAGAZINE Q u r s Queries mustbe typeddoublespaced on separate slips ofpaper andlimitedto two queries (a) and (b)of not morethan sixty w«irds each. Add nameand addressonsame linefollowing lust query. Queriesconforni- ing to above requirements will be published assoonasspace isavailable. Thepurposeof this section of the Genea logical Department is mutual assistancetothoseseeking informationonsame or re lated families. Correspondenceregardingformerqueries cannot beansweredby this department since noinformationisavailable prior t<i June, 1938, after whichdateallispublished.Re quests for names and addresses of members who havejoined under service of a Revolutionary soldier should notbesent to this Department since we do not have access to thoserecords. K-'4S. (a) Bragg. Wanlcilnamesofthe daughtersofThomasBraggwhoservedinthe RevolutionaryWarfromVirginia.SistersofGen eralBraxtonBraggandwhoeachofihemmarried.  b)Cope;^ Was James G »pe of Wushliigton Ctninly Virginia who cameinto Kentucky around 1800intheRevolutionaryWar?Ifnot,whowereIllsparents?Mrs.W.E.Bach,163BellCourt WesI,Lexington,Kentucky. K- 45. (a) Horton.—^Wanted names ofpar entsofGardnerHorton,bornNewYorkState about 17 . (b) Stone-Horton.—^^Wanlednames of parents atuiplaceofbirthofPheheStone,bornubotil 1796,marriedGardnerHorton.Mrs.William Purdy,11 Wilson Street,Winchester, Massachu setts. K- 4S. (a) Austin-Downing.—Wantednames and information ofparentsof David Austin born March 12 1797.Also parents of Olcha Downing Austin,bornMarch21,1800.OlchamarriedDavidAustinOctober5, 1820. (b) Morgan-Sayer.—Wantednamesandin formation ofparentsof Rawley Morgan born 1802 Zenia Ohio. Also parentsofEliza Sayer born 1806 in New Jersey. Rawley andEliza mar- rie<l .Septemlicr 14 1823. Mrs. N.0.Richards, Box752,Ontario,Oregon. K- 45. (a) Roach .—^Wanted names dates,and placesofbirthofparentsofJohnDanielRoach, whodiedin1837JnDallasCounty,Alabama.He wasafarmerandlivedinornearCharleston, SouthCarolina,fromabout1810-1816.Married ElizabethCato.In1811twins,ThomasaridJohn J.Roachwereborn. Sarah Roachwasborn1816. WillrecordedinSelma,Alabama.» (h) Cato.—The parentsofElizabethCatowere William and Sarah Cato. Where in Monroe County,Alabama,arethey buried? Givedates ofbirthanddeath.Willofson,WilliamM.Cato, recorded in Selma Alabama. Mrs. P.C.Fair, 530 LouisianaStreet,Mansfield,Louisiana. K- 45.pavi8.--Who was William Davis who withObediahDavis son?),age14years,settledinGreenCounty,Caesar sCreekTownship,Ohio, ill1814?Hisancestry,rauidciinameofwife,and listofchildrendesired.Mrs.W.R.Shaw,404 IndianaStreet, Neodesha, Kansas. 613 ] K-'45. (a) Pritloe.—Wouldlikeanydataand . hisl«»ry oftheJohnPritloewhosedaughterJudith married 6 6/1716 to AbrahamSanders in North Carolina. (b) Walton.—Wouldappreciateanyhistory ofthedcKcendants ifany)nfthediinghlersofGeorgeandMaryWaltonofoldPerqiiimans County,i.e.,MaryBell,SarahCopeland-Outland, Jemima Toms or EstherWalton if she married. Birthdates 1775 to1788/9.Mrs. George E.Hine- man,P. 0. Box386,Dighton,Kansas.K- 4S. (a) Miller-Purkapile.—WilliamRileyMiller,bornOctober11,1808,diedHamburg, Iowa,1876,marriedElizabethPurkapile,bornMay26,1807,diedIowa1889,marriedOctober3, 1830,byWilliamTrout,MG.Springfield,Illinois. Bothlived between New Salem and Pcttjrsburg Illinois.WilliamRileyMillerhadasisterSu.san whomarriedEldridgeRenshaw,livedinHancockCounty,Illinois,in1850. (b) WereSusanandWilliamRileyMiller children ofWilliamSloanMiller,sonofRevolu tionary War Soldier Francis Miller,livinginGreeneCounty,Illinois,in1840?Hasanyonelistofgrandchildrenofthissoldier?Desire data of parentsofElizabethPurkapileMiller and WilliamR.Miller.WasWilliamTrout,aQuakermin ister? Te.Hsie Jaihcs Miller,100 NorthWest 24th Street,OklahomaCity,Oklahoma. K-'45. (a) Mahan-Bennington.—Want par entage and ancestry ofRev. Jacob Mahan, born 1769inVirginia, marriedMartha Bennington, dau. of Johnand (?), his wife.Also records of her father^sservicein the Revolution. (b) Curtis-Rhodes.—Want parentageandan- ce.stryof Jepiha Curtis,wholivedinWinchester, Virginia,about1780.Alsoduiaofliiswife,Polly Rhode.s,whomhemarried about 1795, near Pills- burgh,Penn.SettlednearManchester,Ohio.It isbelieved that his parents livedinBoston,Mass.Mrs.JohnH. Harris, 1419UniversityAve., Lin coln Park 25, Mich. K-'45. (a) Penn-Rowles.—Want the name andinformationof parents of Elizabeth Penn ofVirginia,who married Major GeorgeRowles,who wasborninAccomac,Virginia. They both are biiriedinBolivar Heights, Virginia. Theyhad seven children . (b) King-Pcgues.—Want thenamesandin- furiiiatioiiof parents ofEliza King of.SouthCaro- lina (born 1806) and married JohnMurray PeguesofMarlboro,SouthCarolina.Mrs.J.C. Pegues, 610 Poplar Street, Greenwooil, Mississippi. K-'45.  a West.—Wanted thedatestd birthand marriage,deaths, of Major Thomas West and wife.Whowashiswife?Elizabeth Blair?_ They livedin Paris, Bourbon County,Kentucky.Give names of their children.Two—Major Thomas West,Jr.,andJohn D. West,are known. (b) Who were the parents of MajorThomas West, Sr.? who came from Virginia to Paris, BourbonCounty,Kentucky?Andgivenamesof other children.Mrs.GraceWestBaynham,Wil- liam^urg, Missouri. K-'45.  a Lewis-Booker.—Want dates of RichardLewis,bornNovember1,1747,andof CarolineBooker,hiswife, birth dates ofllieirchil dren, sameofMaryGraham,wifeofWalkerLewis andtheir children. These Lewis' aredescendants of Johnand Lydia Lewisof Ireland and Virginia, (b) Moore-Reeves.—Wish information and

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