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From: "c.jenkins" <>
Subject: Re: JENKINS-D Digest V00 #144
Date: Wed, 01 Nov 2000 15:15:59 -0600
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I have lots of Mo. Jenkins,

Starting with George Henry Jenkins, Carthage Mo.

Cody Jenkins

wrote:

> Subject:
>
> JENKINS-D Digest Volume 00 : Issue 144
>
> Today's Topics:
> #1 Family of Thomas and Martha Jenkin ["Donna M. Wolf" <.]
> #2 Family of Thomas & Martha Jenkins ["Maureen" <]
> #3 Re: Family of Thomas & Martha Jenk []
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> Subject: Family of Thomas and Martha Jenkins NC
> Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2000 14:48:27 -0500
> From: "Donna M. Wolf" <>
> To:
>
> In the process of searching for a John and Mary Jenkins in North Carolina I
> came across some documents which contain a virtual "gold mine" of
> information. I am posting some info from the documents. Anyone who wants
> the reference or an abstract may contact me.
>
> The documents are in the North Carolina State Archives under the respective
> names.
>
> Will of Thomas Jenkins dated 1801. Heirs: Wife: Martha, sons: John and
> Thomas; daughters: Anne, Lettice, Rachel and Martha and married daughters ?
> Hodges/Hodgeson and Mary Macy (Macey). I believe that Thomas and Martha
> were Quakers.
>
> John and Lettice never married. Thomas had willed his property to his son
> John. When John died his estate and property passed to his brothers and
> sisters and their descendants, who, were by the time of his death were
> scattered far and wide. Efforts to settle the estate and sell the property
> lasted from 1869 to the mid 1870s. The heirs had to be contacted regarding
> the sale of the property. They are all listed, along with the place of
> residence of the out of state heirs. A total of about 50 names appear in
> the documents.
>
> Surnames mentioned: Jenkins, Fentrep, Vickory (Vickery) , Macy, Wiley,
> Wickear? Datton, Hodgin, Overman, Dillian, Bond.
>
> Residences mentioned: Guilford Co., N.C. Union Co., Ind. Henrick Co., Ind.,
> Missouri, Iowa.
>
> I am sure this info would to helpful to someone.
>
> Donna Wolf
>
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> Subject: Family of Thomas & Martha Jenkins
> Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2000 21:29:41 -0500
> From: "Maureen" <>
> To:
>
> Hi Donna,
>
> In your research, did you find any of those family members with the surname
> of Jenkins in Missouri? I'm still searching for my lost family.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Maureen in RI
>
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> Subject: Re: Family of Thomas & Martha Jenkins
> Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2000 10:22:22 EST
> From:
> To:
>
> Maureen,
>
> My JENKINS line is from Savannah, Andrew County, and St. Joseph, Buchanan
> County, Missouri.
>
> 1. Thomas JENKINS - born 1830 in England. Married Mary LANGDON in
> England abt 1851. They immgrated to the U.S. in about 1857. Mary
> died in
> Nodaway County, Missouri. Married 2nd wife Mary NORTON in February
> 1858
> in Nodaway County, Missouri. Moved to Andrew County, Missouri by 1859.
>
> Children of William and Mary (LANGDON) JENKINS
>
> 1. William Thomas JENKINS - born 1851 in England - died 1921 in
> Savannah,
> Missouri. Married Sarah HONEYCUTT in 1875. They had 3 children
> William Thomas, Nathan Moses and Bertha. All are buried in
> Savannah,
> Missouri.
>
> 2. Louisa JENKINS - born 1853 in Cradley, Herefordshire, England -
> died
> unknown in Chicago, Ill. Married John C. NEWMAN and Harry
> HOFFMAN.
>
> 3. Charlotte JENKINS - born 1855 in Herefordshire, England - died
> 1938 in
> Chicago, Ill. Married Christopher WRIGHT. They had two
> daughters Ruby
> and Jesse (who married an Anderson). They are all buried in the
> Oaks
> Cemetery in Chicago, Ill.
>
> Thomas and Mary (NORTON) JENKINS children:
>
> 1. Elizabeth - born 1859 in Savannah, MO. - died 1865 Savannah, MO.
> 2. Edward Henry - born 1861 in Savannah, MO. died 1915 in Spokane
> WA. Married 1st Lilly MANN in 1875, they had 3 children. They
> were still
> born boy in 1880, Eliza Rosanna (1882), and Benjamin Franklin
> (1884),
> they divorced in 1890. Married 2nd Hester Ann (ELLIS) YOUNG in
> 1892 in
> St. Joseph, MO. They had Edgar Franklin (1894) and Nathan
> Everett
> (1896).
> 3. Mary A. - born 1864 in Savannah, MO. - died 1935 in Spokane, WA.
> Married William Francis JORDON in 1884. They had two children
> Samuel and Pauline.
> 4. David Franklin - born 1868 in Savannah, MO. - died 1946 in
> Spokane, WA.
> Never married.
> 5. Laura - born 1873 in Savannah, MO. - died abt 1962 in Kansas.
> Married
> 1st William FINCH. They had one daughter Alice Marie. They were
> divorced. Married 2nd (?) BOLSER. They had one daughter Dollie.
> 6. Alice (Alyce) Rosalie - born 1878 in Savannah - died 1964 in San
> Diego,
> CA. Married 1st Jacob A. BAHR. They had one daughter Mildred.
> Married
> 2nd Magnus L. HYDLE.
>
> Nathan Everett is my grandfather and Edward Henry in my great grandfather.
>
> Hope that this may help you some.
>
> Gene Jenkins
> Selah, WA.


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