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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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GENEALOGICAL 



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HISTORICAL 

SKETCHES 



OF THE 



LOMAX FAMILY 



BY 



JOSEPH LOfViAX, 



GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN. 



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As a general proposition, one mother is just as good as any other mother. 
Tersonally, one's own mother is the only and best "mother" in the world. 
The man who thinks most of his mother is the best ; and the man who tliiriks 
least of his motlier is the meanest man this side of Sheol. 

As a general proposition, one family is as good as any other family ; 
hut the man who does not prize his own family far above any other l.imily i>. 
himself, near of hin to " ihe evil one." 

These remarks are simply truisms. They will be so arkr.(;wiedg(nl by 
all whose opinions are worthy of any consideration. In accord with them is 
the kind regard and preference one has for his kin, and the good name of 
his family and all who bear it. . 

Such feelings and opinions are neither selfishness nor egotism ; they indi 
rate the purest and highest personal manhood. Keeble writes: 

"No dislanw bre:iks tlie tie of blotjd; 

Brolhcis are brothers eveimore; 
No v.Ton,'!;, nor wratli of deadliest mood, 
That magic )n:i.v o'erpowcr; 
• Oft, ere tlie common source bf known. 

The kindred drops will cliiim tlicir own, 
And tlirolibing pulses silently 
Move heart towards heart by sympathy." 



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JOSFPH L.OMAX. 
GOANP rtAPIDS, MIOH. 



LOMAX. 



The name "Lomax" was undoubtedly foreign when it first appeared 
in England. Tlie tradition handed down, from generation to generation, in 
the Nordi Carolina branch oi the family, is, that they were Hugnenots, and 
fled from France to England to escape Roman Catholic persecution. This 
tradition represented the French name to be " Le Meaux.' The fact that the 
first English Lomax of whom i liave accouni bore tlie French Christian name 
"Laurent," adds strength to the tradition. 1 believe the family came from 
France to England; and I think it is very probable that it came from Lom- 
bardy, in Italy, to France, tb.e Italian name being "Lomazzo." 

Rev. J. H. Lomax, Yicar of St. Jolms, Triangle, Halitax, England, writes 
of the name as "being derived from the two Latin words, Ico and viaxivius, 
meaning the greatest lion. Lomax is obviously a contraction from these 
two words. All Latin scholars to whom I have mentioned the presumed 
derivation of our name, have at once assented, and regard the matter as 
conclusive." This idea is decidedly plausible. 

I have consulted a French gentleman in this c ity who has jiaid consider- 
able attention to the subject of nomenclature, which induces me to make the 
following notes in reference to the name ; 

"La Manx " is the I'^rench name given to the wife of " Le Meaux." The 
word "meaux" is a contraction of the words mes caux, meaning "my 
waters." The word ;«aw.T- signifies evils. Hence I conclude that "La Manx" 
was never our family name, but that our l-Yench name is " Lc Meaux;" for 
it is preferable to be calleil "Mr. My Waters," rather tb.an "Mr. Evils." 
The word "Meaux" is yet the name of many French people. It is also th.e 
name of a considerable French town. 

The word "lo" is the general ))ronunciation of the French word " le." 
And thus our name, Lomax, can be satislactorily traced lo its Frencii origin, 
Le Meaux-. Tlie spelling of the Christian name of our first English ancestor 
is purely French, l.-a-u-i-c-n-i. The eldest sons of his succeeding four or 
five generations used the letter "w," instead of the letter "u," in spelling 
their Christian name. This was probably due to their ignorance'of the French 
alphabet, which has no letter "w " in it. The fact that the fust five or six 
gencations of the English family gave their eldest sons a I<"rench Chiistian 
name indicates tlieir l-rench ancestry. 

'J he del Jjanhalghe /v>«//>'.— The word ''del" is Spanish, and means "of"; 
so the name itself is Spanish. In spelling this name with the letter "ii " after 
the letter "g" looks irregular. The root of this word is aijua, then as^ua, 
and then ulgua. The name Lutn/ia/g/ic looks like a good translation of the 



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French name Le Meaux into Spanish. But the name Le Meaux is not a 
good translation of the Spanish Z?^w/;a/^A^ into French. The Spanish word 
alzua means " water." The words lum al^ua can be very well formed into 
the French. Le Meaux. The letter "o " in the name, Lomax, may possibly 
be substituted for the letter " u " in " Lunihalghe." 

The Italian name " Lomazzo" would be translated into the name "Lomax,' 
in both the French and English languages. But the Italians seldom pro- 
nounce the letter " x " as the English do; they pronounce it soft, like the 
English letter " z." And the Spanish pronounce it as the English letter "h " 
is pronounced in the word " hero." 

The late Prof. Loomis, of Yale College, traces members o( tlie Lomazzo 
family from Lombardy into Spain, and makes their name " Lornas " in Spain, 
and the same in England, and " Loomis" in the United States. 

As to names, there are to two classes of people. One adheres faithfully 
and affectionately to the original orthography ol its name; the other ruts 
loose from all ancient memories and runs into modern notions. Of the second 
class, I know a man who changed his name from "Copeland" to Coplin; 
another changed his name from "Hough "to Huff; anotiier changed his 
name from '' Strauglm " to Strawn. This vandal character of some people 
adds more or less difliculty in tracing names. 

Prof. Loomis in his g;eneaology of the Loomis family, regards his and tlie 
Lomax family as originally tiie same, both coming from tlie Lomazzo family 
of Lombardy. He devoted much time and research to the subject, and his 
opinion is entitled to tlie higlieet consideration. He says surnames were in- 
troduced into England about the time of tiie conquest, in A. D. 1066; and the 
practice of making t!)e second name stationary and transmitting it to de- 
scendants came slowly into use during the following three centuries, and at 
the commencement of the fifteenth century there was still much confusion in 
family names; and in some cases the same person bore different surnames at 
different times. As late as A. D. 1653, the English Puritans were very reck- 
less of regular names. One of Cromwell's most active members of Parliament 
tool: the name, " Praise-God-Barebones "; and his broth c-r excelled hiia in 
length of name as follows: " If-Christ-had-not-died for you-you-had-been- 
dammed-Barebones." About this time, history gives the following list of 
jurors in the County of P'ssex: "Accepted Trevor of Norsliam ; Redeemed 
Compton of Battle; Faint-not Hewit of Heathfield ; Make-peace Heaton of 
Hare; God-reward Smart of Fiveherstt; Stand-faston-higii-slringer of Crow- 
hurst; Earth Adams of Warbleton; Called Lower of VVarbleton ; Kill-sin 
Pimple of Witham; Return Spelman of VVatling; Be-faithful Joiner of liritling; 
F'ly-debatc Roberts of Hritlling; More-fruit Fowler of East Hadley; Hope-for 
Bending of East Hadley; Graceful Harding of Lewis; Weep-not Billing of 
Lewis; and Meek Brewer ol Okehain." This list of jurors shows that a large 
class of Englishmen were then as irregular and reckless with their Christian, 
as with their surnames. But so far as 1 know, the Lomax family was not of 
that class. 

A discussion of our name took place in England, some years since, in the 
columns of a periodical, Notes and Queries, ten volumes of which are in the 



public library of the City of Grand Rapids Mich. On Nov. .9, A. D. .S59. 
he following communication appeared in this periodical :- 

.. LOMAX, OK LOMAS FAM.LV.--What is known of the ori.m of the name 
and family of Lomax, or Lonias? ,, Makk Anthony Lowkr." 

On December 10, ensuing, the following- replies appeared in No.es and 
^""tolx OK LoMAS.-It may perhaps be useful to Mr M. A. I---;" ^"^ 
de-k-Zouch in A. D. 1630 ; and also in the registers of that place 



soon afterwards; for the marria<re of a daughler of Sara and Jerva.c 
^"^^^f :^,SrM:":: "^T^lSXp^::;^ Mrs. Anna Loma. niece 

- ^l^^^;rM:";;^dSr.:rSn;r :;:^ of Arthur^ U M.^. - -^er 
possesses any information respecting this Mr. J--/;--^, '^^l 
his descendants, and would kindly communicate it, T should led very m 
obliged to him. "T. E. S." 

Another correspondent adds the following :- 

"This surname, and its vernacular pronuncmt.on Lon.as, has long been 
■\ A uu c^nnth 1 ancashire The ancient orthography appears in a iMb. 

mmsmmsMs 

of Bury in the Co. Lancaster ,uv, r.,nnn Raines to 

-In a curious and valuable article contributed by Rev. Canon R<f"^-^« 

in a curiuub 1 ^ Hx?mynatyons towcheynge 

Lawrens Lomatz, of ye pish of Boltota. of the age of LXX, zer. 

"The family was never heraldic." " R." 

I copy the foregoing extracts for .hat they a^e worth. They are curjous^ 
xnore curious, in my opinion, than authentic, as to the -'-> - f absolute > 
..Tong on the subiect of heraldry. The only thmg of any value a o tl e 
«amejnn.y opinion, is the reference to" Lawrens Lomat/.. uho, I t.imk. >s 

the saine as "Laurent Lomax." « ,. a n 1,1 2" and his 

The name of Laurent L-rmax. ,of Lancaster, ^.orn about A. D. ;42/ and his 

descendants down to the present time, shows a continuous --ess on of he 

L-o-nva-x orthography of the name-466 years. If ^^/lY'^^Z^s ^ 
family used the Orthography Lomas.Lomez.Lummis, del Lumhal^hes. Ac, 

they are simply exceptional cases. 



The manor surveyor spelled the name " Liimmax," when he surveyed the 
lands of the then late James Lomax, of Pillsworth, in A. D. 1626. 

1 am inclined to tlirow all matters relating; to the Lomas name in Spain, 
and the Lumhal^he families in Enj^Iand, overboard, and fall back to the tradi- 
tional stories of the North Carolina branch of the family, and conclude that 
members of the Lomazzo family came from Lombardy to France; after which 
one of its descendants, Laurent Lomax, came from France to Lancashire, 
England, and that he is the ancestor of all English Lomaxes. 

The lacts stated in these pages add strength to my position in fixing the 
orthography of the name, and explode the theory of the correspondents of 
Notes and Queries. But whereas Professor Loomis holds that the "Lomas" 
crthography represents members of the same family, I insert in these pages 
the early English names, and those of foreign location, mentioned in his gene- 
alogy of the Loomis family, lie refers to the fact that the name " Lomazzo," 
in Lombardy, differs from the name " Lomax " only in tiie addition of an Ital- 
ian termination. 

All American Lomaxes come Irom English ancestors. In order to see 
what kind of people our Englisli ancestors were, and how they lived, in those 
early days to which these sketches trace them, I copy from Humes Ihslory of 
England. Referring to the Duke of Northumberland, and his family, in A. D. 
.509. he says: 

"The family consists of one hundred and sixty persons, masters and ser- 
vants. Fifty-.seven strangers are reconed upon every day; on the whole, two 
hundred and sixty-three. Twopence halfpenny are supposed to be the daily 
expense of each for meat, drink, and firing. This would make a groat of our 
money. Supposing provisions between three and four times cheaper, it 
would be equivalent to fourteen r>ence : no great sum for a nobleman's house- 
keeping; especially considering that the chief expense of a family at that time 
consisted in meat and drink; for the sum alotted by the earl for his whole 
annual expense is one thousand one hundred and eighteen pounds seventeen 
shillings and eightpence; meat, drink, and firing cost seven hundred and 
ninety-six pounds, eleven shillings and twopence, more than two thirds the 
whole. * * * 

"My lord keeps only twenty-seven horses in his stable at his own charge. 
His upper servants have allowance for maintaining their own horses. These 
horses are six gentle horses, as they are called, at hay and hard meat through- 
out the whole year, four palfreys, three hobbies and nags, three Sumpter 
horses, six horses for .servants to v.hom my lord furnishes a horse, two Sump- 
ter horses more, and three mil! horses, two lor carrying the corn, and one for 
grinding it; whence we may infer that mills, either water or windmills, were 
then unknown, at least very rare; besides these, there were seven great trot- 
ling horses for the chariot or wagon. * * My lord passes the year in three 
country seats, all in Yorksliire, Wysel, LeckenfieUl, and TojiclylT; but he has 
furniture onlv for one. He carries everything along with him, beds, tables, 
chairs, kitchen utensils, all which, we may conclude, were so coarse that they 
could not be spoilt by the carriage; yet seventeen carts and one wagon suffice 
for the whole. * * One remarkable circumstance is, that he had eleven 



priests in his house, besides seventeen persons, chanters, musicians, etc., be- 
longing to his chapel; yet he has only two cooks for a family of two hundred 
and twenty-three persons." 

The foregoing is a picture of the liighest kind of Englisli high life, 380 
years ago. 

As to the condition of the common people about the same time, Hume 
says: 

"Erasmus ascribes the frequent plagues in England to the nastiness and 
dirt, and slovenly habits among the people. 'The floors,' says he, 'are com- 
monly of clay, strewn w'ilh rushes, under which lies unmolested an ancient 
.collection of beer, grease, fragments, bones, spittle, excrements of dogs and 
cats, and everything that is nasty.' " 

"HoUingshed, who lived in Queen Elizabeth's reign," says of the preced- 
ing generation: 'There v/as scarcely a chimney to the houses, even in consider- 
able towns; the fire was kindled by tlie wall, and the smoke sought its way 
out at the roof, or door, 01 windows; the houses .were nothing but watlinjr 
plastered over with clay.' " 

Hume quotes Hollingshed as saying: "There are old men yet dwelling in 
the village where I remain, * * * said they, nur fatiiers and we ourselves 
have lain full oft upon straw pallettes covered only with a sheet under cover- 
k'ls made of dagswaine or hopharlols, (I use liieir own terms,) and a good 
round log under their head instead of a Ijolster. If it were so, that the father, 
or the good man of the house, had a matrass or flock-bed, add then a sack 
of chaff to rest his head upon, he thought himself to be as well lodged as the 
lord of the town." 

Such were the common people. 

As Laurent Lomax, the ancestor of the family, lived several generations 
|>ribr to the time to which Hume refers, we may reasonably conclude that at 
tiie time of his birth, the English people were a very plain and rude folk. 
And the Lomaxes may have been as plain and as rude as any others. 

The Christian name "Laurent," is purely French, however. The French 
people were more highly cultivated, at that time, than the English. And if the 
tiadition is true, as handed down by the North Carolina branch of the family, 
tliat our ancestors were French Huguenots, we may reasonably claim that 
they were a more highly cultivated people than the English among whom 
they settled. 

Tiie fact that about A. D. 1494, Lawrent LonVax acquired a coat of arms, 
under the laws and regulations then in force, seems to justify the idea that 
they were a more considerable people, and more highly educated, than the 
common English people. The motto on their coat of arms being "Alors 
Chrisle Vita Afihi." indicated tliat they were decidedly a Christian people at 
that early day. 

But in case the Lomax family is descended from tlie Lomazzo family oJ 
Lombardy, that fact would in<licate that they were still more highly refined. 
f«r the Italians then ranked as the most highly learned people in Europe. 



Prot. Loomis examined the directories of the towns of Manchester, Liver- 
pool, London, Sheffield, Birminj^hani, Bristol, and Leeds, in England, nnd 
found: The name Lornas occured 139 times. 
" " Lomax " 66 " 

" Loonies " 3 " 

" " Lummis " 3 " 

" " Looms " 2 " 

** " Lowmas " 2 " 

He says: "In order to determine in what part of Great Britain the Lomas 
family first appeared, or has been longest established,' I have consalled with 
great care, the Directories of Great Britain and Ireland lor 1856." The result 
of his examinations was, that, included within a circle of 30 miles, whose center 
is 25 miles S. S. E. of Manchester, was the original home of the family for 
several centuries. 

He also refers to the following names: Cantoral (Hieron de) Lomas, Gio- 
vanni Paul Lomazzo, Jossu von Lorn, as indicating that the name can be 
traced to the continent of Europe. The name Lomazzo, is, in my opinion, the 
strongest indication of the origin of the family in continental Europe. In 
Spain, he found the names, A'icolas Lomas at Santander; and Leopold LotKez 
at Valladolid; Loma five times in the Provinces of Madrid, Toledo, Cordova 
and Burgos; and Loma twice in Province of Canceres. In A. D. 1869, 
Eduatdo de la Lomas was Governor of the Province of Sarragossa. In A. D. 
1867, in Milan, the names, Antonietia Lomazzi, Jppalito Lontazzi, and Jngefisti 
Lament Rppear. In A. D. 1867, in Amsterdam, the name Lorn occurs twice 
Loman, three limes, and Lomans, twice. In Berlin, the names Lommer, Lom- 
ar, Lommatsch, Lomnitz, and Lomax occur, but the last name was found to be 
an Englishman. In A. D. i860, the names Lommatsch and Lomnitz occured 
in Dresden. In Cojjenhagen, in A. D. 1857, the names Lommer and Lumhohz 
were found. After referring to these and other names, the professor remarks 
that, "It is probable that members of the Lomazzo family of Lombardy found 
their way into Spain four or five centuries ago; and that others of the family 
found their way into England, settling in Lancaster County." 

And he says, "I subjoin a list of names of towns, rivers etc., bearing some 
resemblance to the name Lomax, which may be of some use in future investi- 
gations. 

"European Turkey. 

" Lom, a rivQT in Bulgaria, Lat. 43° 30' N., Long. 25° 53' E. 

"Lorn, a town on the Danube near the river Lom, Lat. 43° 51^ N., Long 

23° 13' E. 

"Hungary. 
"Lonmitz, a mountain. Lat. 49° J 5' N., Long. 20° 15'. 

"Russia Poland. 
"Lomazy, a town near Biala, 27 m. E. N. E. Raazyn, pop. 2,000. 

"Germany. 
"Lommatsch, a town in Saxony, 22 miles, from Dresden, pop. 2,275, L-at. 
51' 12'' N., Long. 13° iS'^ E. 

"Lomnitz, a town in Bohemia, Lat. 49° s' N., Long. 14° 45' E., pop. 2,494. 



Prol. Loomis examined the directories of the towns of Manchester, Liver- 
pool, London, Sheffield, Birmingham, Bristol, and Leeds, in England, and 
found: The name Lornas occured 139 times. 
" " Lomax " 66 " 

Loonies " 3 

" *' Lummis " 3 

" " Looms " 2 

** " Lowmas " 2 " 

He says: "In order to determine in what part of Great Britain the Lomas 
family first appeared, or has been longest established,- 1 have consulted with 
great care, the Directories of Great Britain and Ireland lor 1856." The result 
of his examinations was, that, included within a circle of 30 miles, whose center 
is 25 miles S. S. E. of Manchester, was the original home of the family for 
several centuries. 

He also refers to the following names: Cantoral (Hieron de) Lomas, Gio- 
vanni Paul Loniazzo, jossu von Lorn, as indicating that the name can be 
traced to the continent of Europe. The name Lomazzo, is, in my opinion, the 
strongest indication of the origin of the family in continental Europe. In 
Spain, he found the names, A':co/as Lomas at Santander; and Leopold Lotnez 
at Val'ladolid; Loma five times in the Provinces of Madrid, Toledo, Cordova 
and Burgos; and Loma twice in Province of Canceres. In A. D. 1869, 
Eduatdo de la Lovias was Governor of the Province of Sarragossa. In A. D. 
. 1867, in Milan, the names, Antonieila Lomazzi, Jppalito Lomazzi, and Jngenefi 
i>w^«t appear. In A. D. 1867, in Amsterdam, the name Lorn occurs twice, 
Loman, three times, and Lomans, twice. In Berlin, the names Lommer, Lom- 
ar. Lomniatsch, Lomnitz, and Lomax occur, but the last name was found to be 
i' an Englishman. In A. D. i860, the names Lommatsch and Lomnitz occured 

in Dresden. In Copenhagen, in A. D. 1857, the names Lommer and Lumholtz 
wrere found. After referring to these and other names, the professor remarks 
that, "It is probable that members of the Lomazzo f;iniily of Lombardy found 
their way into Spain tour or five centuries ago; and that others of the family 
found their way into England, settling in Lancaster County." 

And he says, " I subjoin a list of names of towns, rivers etc., bearing some 
resemblance to the name Lomax, which may be of some use in future investi- 
gations. ^ 

"European Turkey. 

"Lorn, a river in Bulgaria, Lat. 43° 30' N., Long. 25° 53' E. 

"Lorn, a town on the Danube near the river Lom, Lat. 43° 51^ N., Long 

"Hungary. 
"Lomnitz. a mountain. Lat. 49° 15' N., Long. 20° 15'- 

•'Russia Poland. 
" Lomazy, a town near Biala, 27 m. E. N. E. Raaxyn, pop. 2,000. 

"Germany. 
"Lommatsch, a town in Saxony, 22 miles, from Dresden, pop. 2,275, Lat. 
51' 12'' N., Long. 13° iS'^ E. 

"Lomnitz, a town in Bohemia, Lat. 49° 5' N., Long. 14° 45' E , PoP- 2,494- 



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"Loinetz, a town in Bohemia. 

"Loinnitz, a town in Moravia, Lat. 49° 24' N., Long. 16° 24' E., pop. 1,350. 
"Lomnitz, a village in Selisia, 28 m. S. S. W. Leiiznitz, pop. 946. 
"Lomitz, a town in Hanover, District Lumburg. 

"LOMBARDY. I 

"Lomazzo, a village near Como, pop. 2,292. 
"Switzerland. 

" Lomis, a village 15 ni. S. W. of Constance, Lat. 47" 31' N.. Long. 90° o' E. 
"Florence. 

"Lomme, a village 3 m. W. Lillie, pop. 1,019. 
"England. 

"Loman, a river in Devonshire, Lat. 50° 56' N., Long. 30° 24^ \V. 

" Besides tliese places in Europe, there are Point Lomas in Peru, S. A., Lat. 
•7° i?,' S., lx)ng. 74'' 54' W.; and Point Loma, Cal., Lat. 32" 42' K., Long. iiT** 
15' W.; names which it is presumed were given by Spanish di.';coyerers." 

To the above I add the following similar names: Lomo. Butte Co., Cal.; 
Loma, Sutter Co., Cal..; Loma Prieta, Santa Cruz Co., Cal.; 'Lornovill, Kev.; 
Loma Pardo, N. Mex.; Lohman, Cole Co.. Mo.; Lomonville, Ga.; Lomo, Kya 
Passa Co., Neb.; Lomo Chino, Wilson Co., Tex.; Lometa, Lampassas C0.1, 
Tex.; Lotno, Rio Grande Co., Col.; Loming's Point, Dallas Co., la.; Lom&n*3 
Store, Wilson Co., Ten.; Lomer's Mill, Higliland Co., O. ; Loniona, Carroll 
Co., Va. ; Lanmo, a town in the Argentine Rep^iblic; Lomins, a town in 
Brazil; Lorn, a town in Norway; Lomnitz, 3 towns in Austro Hutigary; 
Lomnitzer Spitze, a mountain in Austro Hungary. 

The.se names are inserted for further investigation, in case any one may be 
pleased to trace them to their origin. Some of them niay refer to the fsmUy 
njinie. 

The pronunciation of the name differs in difTerent countries. Those wko 
•"'"^ide in the Northern States generally taronouncc it h macks rhvmine with 



man, unless he had borne arms at the battle of Argincourt, should assume arms 
except by right of inheritance, or under grant by competent authority. For the 
observance of this regulation, and furtiier restrain the voluntary assumption 
of arms, the heralds' visitations were instituted, the earliest date of which was 
in 1528, and the last commission for that purpose was issued in the reign o! 
James II. The crown still'retains the powe-r ol granting arms, notwithstand- 
ing the patents which have been granted to the kings, of arms, from very 
early times to the present, and reserves to itself the granting of supporters to 
the Commons, and of permitting persons to use the arms of other families, 
whose properly they may inherit, or whose memory they wish to preserve." ' 

"Shields varied at different periods." — British Encyclopedia. 

There was a law of Edward II., tliat whoever was possessed of twenty 
poimds a year in land, should be obliged, when summoned, to appear and to 
receive the order of knighthood. Twenty pounds at that time, partly by the 
change of denomination, partly by that in the value of money, were equiva- 
lent to two hundred in the seventeenth century, and it seemed just that the 
king should not insist on the letter of the law, and oblige people ol so small 
revenue to accept that expensive honor. — Hinnc, V. 5, p. y}^. 

RECORD OF THE MO.ST ANCIENT LOMAX COAT OF ARMS. 

In the reign of Philip and Mary (A. D. 1554), a commission of visitation 
was appointed to regulate the use and assumption of arras. At the 
visitation of 1561, Lawrent Lomax, born in Lancaster county, was recorded 
as having a coat of arms. This record is found in a manuscript volume con- 
tained in the British Museum, entitleil, "Pedigrees and arms of Suffolk 
families, Harleian collection of Manuscripts, No. 1449.", 

On page no b. ol tiiis manuscript is found a record of Laurent Lomax 
(born in Lancaster), with names of his descendants (including children, 
gran^-cliildren, and great-grand-children), and his coat of arms. 

The following is a copy of this record : 



The cut representing this coat of arms is taken from Burry's Pedigrees oJ 
Hartfordshire families, p. 103, a copy of which is in the Astor hbrary in the 
city of New York, where is given tlie genealogy of Joshua Lomax, of Cliild- 
wickbury, county Ilerlford. This coat of arms is thus described: "Ermine 
a greyhound, courant between three escallops, sable, crest, a demi greyhound 
Argent, CoUard, Gules." 

The above record includes four generations of Enfulish-born Lomaxes. 
Lawrent, born in Lancaster, was undoubtedly the son of Laurent Lomax, born 
about A. D. 1427. With him we have five generations of Lomaxes in Eng- 
land. They cover a space of about 131 years. The last two named, *' Lawrent 
Lomax; John Lomax," were probably the infant children of Lawrent and Ann 
Lomax, at the date of the visitation. 

What do the words in the description of the coat of arms mean ? Webster 
defnics some of the words, as follov.-s: 

Ermine; In heraldry; one of the furs used in blazonry, represented by. a 
field argent, with small spots of sable. 

Blazonry; 1. The art of describing or explaining co;its bf arms in 
proper terms. " The principles ol blazonry," — Pcacham. 2. The exhibition 
of coats of arms. "The blazonry of Argyle,"— Zo^rf Do]]erin. 

Greyhound ; A slender, graceful variety of dog, remark;i!jle for its keen 
sight and swiftness. It is one of the oldest varieties known, and is figured on 
the Egyptian monuments. 

Courant ; Noting the representation of running, as by a horse, etc. 
Escallop; {Counch.) A bivalve shell, of the genus I'ecten, whose form 
is nearly that of a circle, with one straight side, and whose lace is usually 
marked with ribs, radiating from the hinge outward. Dana. 

Sable; (In heraldry.) The tincture or color black; represented by 
vertical and horizontal lines crossing each other. 

Crest ; [In heraldry.) An appendage to the shield, placed o\>er it, and 
usually borne upon a wreath. It is generally either some portion of the coat- 
armor, or a device commemorative of some incident in the history 
of the family, and often contains an allusion to the name or office of 
the bearer. 

Demi; Half; also a half fellow at Magdalen College, Oxford. 
Argent; {In heraldry.) The white color in coats of arms, intended to 
represent silver, or, figuratively, purity, innocence, beauty, or gentleness. 

" CoLLARD ;" I presume this is simply collared, referring to the collar on 
the demi-greyhound's neck. 

GuLKS; {In heraldry.) A red color ; red > intended, i:)eihaps, to repre- 
sent courage, animation, or hardihood, and indicated in engraved figures ot 
escutcheons and the like by straight, perpendicular lines. 

I suppose the plain h^^nglish oi the description of this coat of arms to be 
about this: "The figures on the white banner are of fine black fur, with the 
cut of a black greyhound running, between three shells; the crest is of a half- 
white.greyhound with a collar, the lines, or figures on which are red. 



.l9T«r>d Sri) 



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H 

The first six generations of the Lc»uax family-i^v^ of Lancashire, and 

four born in Eye, Suffolk: ^ . , •, i • ^ 

Laurent Lomax, b. about 1427. Of Bolton Parish. Lai.cash.re. 
Lawrent Lomax, b. about 1460. Born in Lancashire. 

^os"u» LONMX AND DESCENnANTS.-Joshua Lom,x of Bol.on Co^, 
U.nr P"rcha.ed .he .nanor of Childwickbury, Co. Herts, about t666. 
Died iu 1685. ==-.=:=:. 

Toshua Lomax of Childwickbury, aforesaid 
son and heir. M. P. for St. Albans, 1708. 



Joshua Lomax, 
died an infant. 



Caleb Lomax of ^ Mary Rose. 

Childwickbury 

aforesaid, M. 
P. for St. Al- 
bans, 1727. 
Died 1729- 



Five daughters. 



\Vm. Lomax, Hj 
eldest son. — 

Died an infant. 



nnah. dau. of 
=^" Shallett, Esq. 
1st wife. 



Caleb Lomax, of 
Childwickbury. 
Died Dec. 2, 1786. 



Susannah, 
dau. of 
Law- 
rence. 
od wife. 



Edmund Shallett Lomax, Hannah, 
of Netley Place, Co. Surry. 



Elizabeth, Joshua Lomax, of ^ Matild 



Matilda, 

Susannah, 

Caleb. 



Childwickbury, 
p:squire. 



dau. ol 
Rev. Dr 
Ran -^ 
d o 1 p ^ 
Ekins. 



Joshua Lomax, Esq., of 
Childwickbury. 



Mary Anne, dau. of Jos- 
eph Biddle, Esq., of 
St. Germain. Co. Herts. 



GeorRiana Matilda 
married Stephen 
Smitii, Es(}., of 
Kingsbury, Co. Herts, 



Mary, Anne, Jane. Elizabeth. 



15 



I presume the above recoid was made after the birth of the third Josliua 
Lomax. This presumption is based on the omission of the names of the 
wives of the first two. This estate, the manor of Childwickbury. is now in the 
possession of Mrs. Maple, who is also owner of a large furnishing establish- 
ment in London, 

' LOMAX OF HARWOOD." 



,. xhf K 



James 

died 

sans Issue. 





Uobert 
Ernest. 



Uev. 
Hpiiry 
Joshua. 



Mary 
Eli/a- 
bctli. 



Those marked * were possessed of the estate. The above is the gene- 
alogy of John Lomax of Harwood. 

Ci-AVTON-LE-Moovis. Contigiious to Altham, on the west is Clayton, a 
township and Mesne Manor, the property of Lord Fetre and Richard Grini- 
shaw Lomax, Esq., (1753- 1S37) held under the manor of Altbam by virtue of 
the original charier of Henry de Lacy the first, to Hugii, son of Lofwine; lor 
by inquisitions post niort. Lawrence and Richard Banastre temp. Hen. YII 
and Hen. VIII, it was found that liiey severally died seized of the manors of 
Altham and Clayton-Snper-Moras. So also in itKiuisitio post mortem Hen. 
Rishton, in 1489, and of Ric. Risliton, in 1530, they are found to have held a 
moiety of the monor of Clayton, in Socage of — — — and Nic. Banpstre of 
Altham, Esq. 

Clayton Hall was originally tlie residence of a family of the same name, 
of whom by deeds, witliout dale, but of the reign of Henry 11, we fmd: 



Weaker de Grimshaw 
without date. 



Henry de Clayton == 
occurs " 3277, 
12S3, 1292, 
1302." 



Henry de Grimshaw, 
" 12 Ed. 1, 1283-4." 



I I 



Richard, 

Adam. 

William. 



I 
Philip de Clayton 



Adam de Grimshaw, 1313. 



Isabella, 
"1310." 



Adam, 

■■ 1308/ 



I 

1 Henry Grimshaw, = Agnes 



living 1317. 



Matilda 
"1325." 



= John de Mawdeslev, 



John de Clayton, 

occurs " 1333 

and 1338." 

i 
Henry de Clayton, 



Adam de (irimshaw 
living 1342. 



Cicely de Clayton, 

sole heiress. 

surviving, and a 

vvidijw, 136S. 



L333- 

_____ 

Margaret. 

iving 1365 

married 

Henry 

de 

Rishton. 



1 



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! 

Henry de Grimshaw, of Clayton, 
living 1^72-6. He divided the 
Manor of Clayton with the 
Rishton's (Townley MSS.) and 
lived to 1409. He bore arms 
argent a Griffin rampant, sable 
armed or. 



Joanna, dai 
of John de 
[Shuttle- 
worth] 
" 1390, 
1429." 



I I I 

Richard. Agnes. John. 



Robert Grimshav/, living 1454. = 



Katherine, living 1429. 



Henry Grimshaw, born about 1442. == Isabel, dau. of Henry Hugh "1441 

Rishlon, [of Rish- 
ton] mur. by dis- 
pensation 1446. 



Henry Grimshaw, b. 1467, d 1507. 



Alice dau. of [Sir Nicholas 
Richard Tempest 
of Bradwell. 



1481. 



Thomas Grimshaw, 
d- 1539- 



Margaret, dau. and co-heiress 
of Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 
John Harrington of Horn- 
by, by John Stanley of Mill- 
ing, Esq., illegitimate son 
of James Stanley, Bp. of Ely. 



Walter. 



I 
Richard. 



Richard Grimshaw, 
^'«d 1557, aged G6. 



Elizabeth, dau. of 
John Cudwortn 
of Oldham, Gent. 
29 Hen. 8. 



1 I I 



I I 

Henry. 

Nicholas. 

Ralph. 

Anne, mar. Hugh Shuttle- 
worth of Gawlhorp, Esq. 

Alice, mar. John, son of 
Ralph Holden of Craigh- 
ley. 

Isabel, mar. Ughtred Morley 
of Braddyl, 5 Men. 8. 



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I 



I 

I 



doH 



avH 



iii 



..»HT 
b 



John Grimshaw, 
d. 1586, Ing. p. 
ni.datd 29 Eli- 
zabelh. 



Mary, dau. and ro-heiress 
of John Catterall of Liule 
Mylton, Esq. 



j I I i 

John. 

Henry. 

Nicholas. 

Ralph. 

Marjery. 

Elizabeth. 

Anne. 



Nicholas Grimshaw, "Oc. 13, 1586, 
Ob. 1642." 



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Helen, dau. of Robert Rushworth, 

of Reddlesoni Hall, Yorkshire, 
obieit 1661. 
Andrew, mar. ]ane, dau. of Thomas 

Halsted, of His!) Halsted. 
Richard, mar. Mary, dau. of James 

Nutter. 
Henry. 
Anne, mar. Simon Haydock of Hes 

and forth. 
Margaret, mar. Robert Hesketh. 



Thomas, 

killed 
accident- 
ally. 



John Grimshaw, == Anna, dau. and 



d.SMar 
age 48. 



J 662, 



co-h. of Abra- 
ham Clothurst 

of Bromley 6, 
Charles 1. died 

24 July, 1661. 



I I M M M i i 

Nicholas, slain at seige ol 
Drogheda. 

Robert, mar. Anne. dau. 
of Francis Hall of Sher- 
burne. 

Mary. 

Jane, mar. Ricliard Eyves 
of Fishwick. 

Margaret. 

Thomas, mar. widow of 
Wm. Duddell of Long- 
ridge. 

Anne, mar. W. Keys of 
Ripon. 

Elizabeth, mar. Rich'd 
Tempest of Broughton. 

Eleanor, mar. John lown- 
ley of Hurslwood, 20 
James I. 

Catherine, mar. Robert 
Square. 



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I 

Richard Grinisliaw 
living 1664 at Prt'S- 
ton Guild, 16^2 as 
" Rich. Grimshaw 
of Clayton aet. 



Elizabetli, daii. 
of Stephen 
Tempest of 
Broughtori. 



Susanna 
b. 1658, 
d. 1727, 



Ralpli, son of Nicholas 
Shiitilevvorth of Cle- 
therof, Esq., son of 
Richard Shuttleworth 
of Gav/thorpe. 



I i 
N'cholas, a 
student at 
Douay in 
i642,pres- 
e n t at 
Preston 
Guild. 
Helen, mar. 
John Clark- 
son of Cow- 
hill. 



John c= Jennet 
dau. of Robeil 
Cunliffe of 
Spailh, and 
heiress of 
Christopher 
Cunliffe, her 
brother. Died 
and buried 16 
Dec. 1665, aet. 
48. 



Mary, 



John Heywood of Urneston. 



Rebecca Heywood ==^ ^Richard Lomax, gent, of Pillsworth, owner of a free- 
sole-heiress of ' hold estate at Bernshaw Tower in the vale of Tod- 
morden, which by deeds is proved to have been in 
the possession of the family from a very early 
period. He died 1771, buried at Middleton. Arms 
of Lomax are per pale or. and sable, on chevron 
cottised and engrailed ornirae 3 escallop shells 
gules. Crest- out of a crown vallary or. a demilion 
rampant argent holding an escallop shell gules 
charged across the shoulders with 3 escallop shells 
gules in bend bet. 2 cottises. 



sole-heiress 
Grimshaw and 
Clayton, died 
1772, bur. at Mid- 
deton. 



lames Lomax, of Clayton Hall, Esq , 
d. 1792; bur. at Altham; b. 1727. 
(d. 6Jan. 



Elizabeth Lord, d. at Harrowgate, 
8 Sep., 180^; bur. at Altham; aged 
78. 



Richard Grimshaw 
Luma.x, of Clayton 
Hall, Esq., d. 22 
Jan., 1837; bur. at 
Altham; b. 1763. 
He purchased the 
manor of Great 
Harwood in j8i8. 



Catherine, dau. 
and heiress of 
Thomas Grea- 
ves, of Preston, 
Esq., banker. 
Mar. July 17, 
1797; d. Aug. 
30, 1838, aged 
74. Bur. at Alt- 
ham. 



I I 

James, Cap. Royal 
Lancashire Vol- 
unteers, d. Ap. 15, 
1805, aged 40; bur. 
at Altham, 
John, d. young. 



Elizabeth, mar. 4 
Dec, 1788; d. 5 
Aug., 1858, aet. 93; 
bur. at Hurst 
Green. Mar. Fran- 
cis M. Trappes, 
Esq.,ofMiddMa.ll, 
nr. H arrogate. 
Has issue. 



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lO tOOV/'V »il Ji.iO( 



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.O! ib 



.imi^ .t>} 



James, b. ITiiS; 


John Lomax, 


— Helen, 2d 


1 
James Lomux, of — 


- Frances C'e- 


1 ' ' 
Mary, b 


d. Sep. I-} 1802. 
Thomas Grea- 


b. Aug 9, ISOl. 


d a u . of 


Alespring, in 


celia Vorda 


1S12; d 


J. 1'. for L-ane. 


John As- 


Gre.Tt HarwooU, 


eldest dau.. 


Feb. 2J 


ves, b. 1799; d. 


d. ]5Julv, 18W; 


pinall. of 


b. 1K03. J. P. and 


of C li a s . 


ISIS. 


13Julv. ]S11. 


b u r . a t A 1 1 • 


7. 


1). L. for Lane. 


Walm.sley , 


Eliza- 


Richard, d. 


ham. 


Hull in W. 


K. C. S. G. Suc- 


of \\ est! 


beth, b 


Mar. 10, 3822. 




of l.,a ne. 


ceeded toClavtou 


wood, near 


1814; d 


aet. 22. 




Mar. 29 


estate, on death of 


Wigau. 


Aug. 26 






• Nov., 1830. 


John. 1819. JNlar. 
18«. K. C. S. G. 




18.36. 
Mary.b 
181 8; d 
1819. 



Willia)n.b. 1S04, in Holy 

Orders in K. C rh.; d. 

1S>") : bur. at Ponte 

Great. 

Edmund, b. iss"]; d. l&-)9 ; 

bur. at Briudle. 



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Kob 



Walter, b 


. 1808. in 


Holy t)rdei 


s in 


R. 


C. Ch. 


d. 


IHSii; 


hu 


r. at 


SI 


anev 


lU 


rst 






n 


arles. 


b. 


ISIO 


in 


Holv 


t)rders 


in 


K. C. 


CI 


.; d. 


ISO 


0; bur. 


at 


Sto- 



ol 



ney Hurst. 



Thomas Lomax, := Marv Francis 
of Westfield ; dau. of Rct 
House, nr. Pres- | Chas. Saun- 
ton; b. 1816; d. I ders, Vlca 
A p. 2.5, 1803; bur. | Kelton-Cum- 
atBrindle, Tixover. Co 

Rutland. Mar 
June 20, 18;JT 
d. 1875. 



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I'd, 



John P.lancl 

John Talbot 

Gwendoline Eli/a' 

All died vouuE. 



Richard Grimsliaw, 
b. 18.39; d. 1853; 
bur. at Entiela, 
Claytou-le-Moors. 



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Mary, 
1838. 
Mar. 1 
D. 187 



WilliaiTi FVancis Segar, 
Esq., of ihe Middle . 
Temple Barrister at 
Law. 



Helen, b. 
1S44. Mar. 
1866. 



Helen 
b. 18- 
1882. 



Mary Matina; ^ D 
■; mar. Nov.. 



vid Howell, eldest 
son of Russell How- 
ell, Esq., living at 
Tacnvthon, Cornwall. 



Mary Frances, b. 1883. 



Thomas EyrnaudTrappei", 
Esq., of Stanley House, 
Cletheroe. J. P. for Lanca- 
shire and West Riding of 
York. Late Lt. Col. IV. 
Batt. King's own Roval 
Lancaster Regt. B, 1832. 
Grandson of Francis Micli- 
ael Trappes, and Elizabetl; 
Lomax above named. 



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Catherine Mary, John Byrnaud, 

b. 1S72. Edmund Neville, 

Frances Anne, Christopher Norton. 

Mary Josephine. Robert Ignatius. 

" N. B. From this it will be seen that Mrs. Trappes is the last of her 
family, and that she has no Lomax relations whatever." [The fact is, this 



I I .1 

James Herbert, Richard, 
Mary Cecilia. b. 1870. 

Both dietl young. 



lady descends from Richard Lomax, of Pillsworth, and his branch of the 
family has a large number of descendants now living, all descending from the 
Harwood branch of the family.] 

CLERGYMEN IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND — 1888. 

Rev. Arthur Lomax, Incumbent, Southwell, Sonth Africa; Rev. Charles 
Henry Lomax, Rector, St. John Baptist, Heaton Mersy, Manchester ; Rev. 
Ernest William Lomax, Oxford, Chaplain University Colloge; Rev. Henry 
Joshua Lomax, M. A., Vicar, Hinckley, Leicestershire; Rev. James Herbert 
Lomax, Vicar, St. John's, Triangle, Halifax ; Rev. John Lomax, ^L A., Vicar, 
Cheelham Hill, Manchester; Rev. John Joseph Lomax, B. A, Vicar, Brienton, 
Hertford; Rev. Thomas Leech Lomax, B. A., Vicar, Houghton-le-Spring. 
Darham. 

THOMAS LOMAX, ESQ., OF BOVINGDON, ENGLAND. 

From Burry's Hert. Geneal. 
Robert Ryder, of Wisbeck (County Cambridge). 



Rev. Dudley Ryder, of Bedwortli, 
County Warwick, at 17, anno 1645. 



Anne, 4th daughter of Richard Bickley, 
of Halloughion, County Warwick, youn- 
ger bro. of Sir Francis Bickley, of Alle- 
borough, County Norfolk, Baronet. 



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luHiy, Sarah, mar'd Richard Ryder, -_ Elizabeth, Benedic, Dudley Ryder, of 

dau. of — Francis. Nuneston, Co. 
Marshall. Warwick. Mar'd 
2d wife. Catherine, dau. of 
Shide. 



Anne. Sam'l Billio. of the Cloisters, 
Elizabeth, West Smith 

mar'd field, Mercer. 

Hardinge. 



Richard Ryder, of the :^ Anne, dau. of Ttiomas Lomax, William Ryder, 

Cloisters, West of Bovingdon, Esq. mar'd Slary 

Smithfield, Mercer. Burton. 



Richard, 
ob. s. p. 
Dudley, 
Mary. 



I I 

Lomax Ryder, 
ob. 6th Oct., 
1779, aet. 58, 
bur'd at Bo- 
vingdon. 



Mary, dau. 
o f W i 1 1 - 
iam Nor- 
m a n . of 
H e n 1 y - 
u p o n - 
Thames, 



I 

I 
Thomas Ryder, 
ob. 2d Nov.. 
1812, aet. 81, 
bur'd at Bo- 
vingdon. 



Anrie. Chailotte. 



Here are five generations of ihe Ryder family. The head of '.the fourth, 
Richard Ryder, married Anne Lomax, daug:hter of Thomas Lomax, Esq., of 
Bovingdon. Of their children it is stated tliat the fourth, l^omax Ryder, died 
Oct, 6, 1779, aged 58. That puts his birth in 1721. And it is stated that the fifth , 
Thomas Ryder, died in i8j5, aged 81. Tliat puts his birth in 1731, ten years 
after the birth of his brother, Lomax Ryder. This is entirely possible, but it 
looks improbable. After a careful examination of the.pbove table, I conclude 
that the dates of the births of the heads of the several families are about as fol- 
lows: Robert Ryder.born about A. D. 1587.; Rev. Dudley Ryder, A. D. 1622 •, 
Richard Ryder, A. D. 1655 ; Richard Ryder, A. D. 1688, and Lomax Ryder,' 
A. D. 1721. He married Mary Norman, but I fiaveno account of their child- 
ren ; nor anj'thing more of Thomas Lomax, Esq., of Bovingdon. 

FA>1IL\' RECORD OF RE\'. ERNEST wat-LIAM LOMAX, OF OXFORD, EMGLAND. 



William Lomax, of:::^, 
Marston- dLi76i. 



Ann, dau, of Robert Cawdron, Esq., of 
■Great Hale; d. 1736. 

= 2. Anne Gunn, of Stamford, 



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Anne. Jane. Eleanor. Williar-g Lomax, ^_-. Elizabeth 
Surgeon, b. 1733 
d. J759- 



James ; 
Moore ;d. Lo- 
^793, aged max, 
S4. d. 1772. 



Elizabeth. Anne. jane. 



,111 

Jane, 

Esther, 
James. 
(All died 
young ) 

(Died 



t. Esther, Joseph 
d.T748. Lomax. 

-2. Katherine 
Wright, d. 
3774- 



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Anne, 

Kath., 

John. 

young.) 



I I I 

I I I I 

Johanne Elizabeth. ICalh. James Wright^ 
Married Lomax, d. 

Graham. 3&20. Had lands 

bequeathed 
fcim by his 
feilher, in Staf- 
tord Holderg- 
h-em .and £ re- 
don. 



, Anne Anne 
Grun- Lomax. 

dy, d. 

at Lincoln 

1848. 



I I ' I i ' ' I 

James Lomax, Henry Isaac AVm. J. Lo- Mary. liTdla. A.mtillft. j^uue Susanim. EU/.a- 

Surgeon. Lomax, slur- max. sar- betb. 

Dead. geon. Oead. g«oii. ^^ --" 



Rev. Ernest William Lomax. Oxford. 

Rev. James Herbert Lomax, A' i car, St. John's, Halifax. 



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■>4nA tlttKf. 



Rev. Ernest William Lomax, of Oxford, has an old copy of his family 
arms, framed and glazed— a painted one. It is similar to the arms granted 
l^wrent Lomax, about A. n. 1492, except the crest; the half-greyhound is 
•'courant." The motto is the same, viz: "Mors Chrisie Viia Afihi." 

The genealogy and traditions of this branch of the family indicate that it 
descends from Joshua Lomax, Esq., who purchased the manor of Childwick- 
bury. But I am not able to trace the connection. 

The family also has a tradition that it descends from Rev. John Lomax, 
born A. D. 1637. It may be that Rev. John is a son of Joshua; Esq., whose 
birth I put in A. D. 1624. His will is dated, "Ye XXVI. day of Dec., 
.MDCLXXXV," His birth may have been ten years earlier than stated, and 
he may have been fatiier of R.ev. John. His family record is imperfect, does 
not name his wife, and names only his son Joshua. 

There is an ancient parchment of a family arms, which has been hanging 
in the house of the Lomax family, at Port Tobago, Va.. during several gener- 
ations, glazed in a carved oak frame. The parchment is carefully kept by 
Miss Virginia Lomax, at V/arrenton, Va. Enough of it is preserved to show 
that it is quarterly. The crest is the lion's head, the fore paws holding a shell. 
The crest resembles the " Lomax of Harwood " arms. It is possible that the 
arms was granted to their Lunsford ancestor. 

GITNEAKOGICAL TABLE, EMBRACING THIRTEE.N GENERATIONS. 

I^urent Lomax (i), b. about 1427; res., Bolton, Lancashire. A witness at 
the age of 70 years. 

Lawrenl Lomax (2), b. about 1460 ; res.. Eye in Suffolk. Born in Lancashire. 

Lawrent Lomax (3), b. about 1493 ; res.. Eye in Suffolk. Vv^ife, Mary Sulyard. 

Lawrent Lomax (4), b. about 1526; res.. Eye in Suffolk. Wife, Ann Ounger. 

Lawrent Lomax (5), b. about 1558; res.. Eye in SufTolk. In chancery, A. D. 
'595- 

l^wrence Lomax (6), b. about 1591 ; res., Eye in Suffolk. Bailiff, A. D. 1633. 

Joshua Lomax (7), b. about 1624; d. 1688; res., Childwickbury in Hertford- 
shire. Purchased manor, A. D. 1666. Was sheriff, A. D. 1674. 

Joshua Lomax (8), b. about 1657 ; res., Childwickbury in Hertfordshire. M. P., 
A. D. 1708. 

Caleb Lomax (9), b. about 1690; d. 1729; res, Childwickbury in Hertford 
shire. Wife, Mary Rose. M. P., A. D. 1728. 

Caleb Lomax (10), b. about 1723; d. 1786; res., Childwickbury in Hertford- 
shire. First wife, Hannah Shallett ; second wife, Susanah Lawrence. 
Sheriff, A. D.I 753. 

Joshua Lomax (11), b. about 1753; res., Childwickbury in Hertfordshire. 
Wife, Matilda Ekins. 

Joshua Lomax (12). b. about 17S0; res., Childwickbury in Hertfordshire. 
Wife, Mary Anne Biddle. 

•Mary Lomax (13), b. about 1805; res., Childwickbury in_ Hertfordshire. 
Daughter of above Joshua. 



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24 

There is no doubt about the relationship of the second, third, fourth, and 
fifth generations, named in the above table; nor of the seventh, eighth, ninth. 
tenth, eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth generations. 1 think there is no rea- 
sonable doubt of tiie first. 1 think the case of the sixth is reasonably sure; 
but there is more doubt as to this than any other. The evidence of this con- 
nection consists mainly in the fact that the first Joshua l.oniax bore the coat 
of arms, the right to whicli was granted to Lawrent Lonia.x, 7vithout any 
c/iange in any part 0/ ii—yha SRm& crest and the same motto. This shows 
that he was heir to the arms. The dates of the births of the several parlies, 
as 1 make them out, favor this opinion. They show that he was of the next 
generation after the last named Lawrence Lomax of Eye. It looks like he 
was the son of said Lawrence Lomax, but it is possible that he was the heir 
and not the son. I think this record of Joshua Lomax and his descendants is 
a direct continuation of the descendants of the first Laijrent Lomax, and I add 
them together and make the foregoing table. 

ANOTHER rORM OF THE GENEALOGICAL TABLE. 

1. Laurent Lomax b. 1427. 33 years. 

2. Lawrent Lomax b. 1460. 33 " 

3. Ldwrent Lomax b 1493. 33 " 

4. Lawrent Lomax b. 1526. 32 

5. Lawrent Lomax b. 1558. 33 

6. Lawrence Lomax b. 1591. 2^^ " 

7. Joshua Lomax b. 1624. 33 " 

8. Joshua Lomax b.. 1657. 33 

9. Caleb Lomax b. 1690. 33 '^' 

10. Caleb Lomax b. 1723. 30 

11. Joshua Lomax b. 1753. 27 " 

12. Joshua Lomax b. 1780. 25 

13. Mary Lomax b. 1 805. 

1805 378 " 

1427 

"378 



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REV. JOHNJOSEF'H l.OMAX. 




^m?Ty jA-^atJi/v '^Zx^maMy! 






Tliis is a copy of a cut sent to me 
by Mr. William Josepli Loma.x, sec- 
ond son of Rev. John Jo tpli Loniax, 
who was born in Rnry Si. F.dnionds, 
Suffolk; and his fallier was John 
Loinax. It is substantially liie ori- 
ginal coat armor of Lawrent Lomax. 
of Eye, in Suflolk, the crest and 
motto being different. These are un- 
doubtedly direct descendants of 
Lawrent Lomax. 

The record of the first coat of 
arms, and the record of those who 
had the "Lomax of Harwood" coat 
armour, and the record of Joshua 
Lomax, fail to •jive the date of any 
ancient birth. Tiie dates of tiie sev- 
eral ancient birtlis, as I have placed 
them, are estimated, and, therefore, 
only approximate. 1 have no record 
of the l)irth of Laurent Lomax, born 
about A. D. 1427, who, 1 think, is an- 



cestor of all English Lomaxes. The record of the first coat of arms covers 
four generations, beginning with Lawrent Lomax, born in Lancashire, who 
came to Eye. in Suffolk, and to whom the arms was granted. After these 
four generations 1 find a Lawrence Lomax, Bailiff of Eye, in A. D. 1633. In- 
cluding Laurent Lomax, of Bolton, this makes six generations of tlie same 
Christian name, when written in English. Joshua Lomax came from Bolton 
to Hertfordshire, purchased the manor of Childwickbury about A. D. 1666, 
was sheriff A. D. 1674, and died A. D. 1685. He had the coat armour of the 
Lomaxes of Eye, without any change, indicating that he was heir to it. His 
record covers seven generations, which, added to the Lawrence Lomaxes, 
completes thirteen generations. 

The visitation committee made the record of the Lawrent Lomax arms in 
A. D. i^,6[ ; Lawrence Lomax was Bailiff of Eye in A. D. 1633; Joshua Lomax 
was sherifU'in A. D. 1674 ; his son Joshua Lomax was a Member of Parliament 
in A. D. 1708 ; and the latter's son, Caleb Lomax, was a member of Parlia- 
ment in A. D. 1727. From these, and a few other ancient dates connected 
with the family hi.story, I fix the dates of the births of the several persons, 
which, although estimated, are very nearly correct. It covers a straight line 
of thirteen successive generations, from A. D. 1427 to to A. D. 1M05— 378 
years. 

The record of the first loshua Lomax shows that he had the s.ime arms 
granted to Lawrent Lomax, of Eye, in Suflolk. Now, this Joshua Lomax was 
born ill liie Parish of liollon, and Township of Harwood, in Lancashiie, where 



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he was a considerable prison, andlelt a charity to the Rollon School The 
note copied from Whittle's History shows that " Lomax ol Haruuod had a 

. 1 ;.. A n icrii—about 12S years before oshiia Lotnax 
coat armour 'granted m A. D. i54i aooiu 1^5 y'-'* 

went to Hertlordshire. Tins coat arn.ou. was granted 4S years after the hrst. 

The chief h..;nres of the fust are copied on the second. Tins re(v,-es.nts the 

relationship between the fantily in Harwood and the family n, Lye. U iun 

the record <,f loshna Lon.a.x. of the Manor of Ch.ldw.cksbu.y, was made, whs 

did they attach the oldest and the Snliolk arms to it. when the Lomax family 

of hisnalive township iKul had another coat armonr .25 years prior to hi. 

leaving Harwood > The answer is conclusive, in my opm.on-.t was because 

he was successor and heir to the Lawrence Lomaxes of Eye. i he last msU- 

alion was made A. I). .6S3, seventeen years alter Joshua Lomax was ,n 

Hertfordshire, which shows that the right to bear arms was then under stnct 

leeal regulation; and arms descended to the heir, the same as lands. 

I th'ink the Instory. and the make-up of the .several coals armour; have an 

important bearing on the oneness of the family. 

1 I awrent 1 omax. son of Laurent Lomax, came from Lancashire to Eye, 

in Suffolk, and there had a coat of arms granted him. about A. 1^- M9A ^''^ 

chief feature of which was the running greyhomid between tiiree shelL, and 

the c.e.st, a half greyhound. This remained in poss.-.ssion of hve yeneralions 

ol the fanulv. whose Christian name was. in English. " Lawrence. After 

that loshna Lomax went from Harwood, near bollon, m L.^ncash.i>-, 

to S't. Alban.s. in He.tlordshite, about A. D. i666. and purcliast-d the manor 

ofChildwickbury. And there his name and genealogy for sevtn ge 



tions 

nldwickiniry. aiui mere ins inmt 'i">' k>--'- r-j - 

were recorded, and attached to the rec.rd was the same coat armour above 
named, which, as above stated, shows him to be -a <lescendant o Lawrence 
Lomax. of Eve. This recorded genealogy takes his <lescendanls down to the 
nineteenth century-giving the genealogy of thirteen generations who had 

that coal armour. 

2 Anothercoatarm<.urwasgrant.^d"Lomaxol Harwood, "in Lancashire, 

A. D. 1541. which has the shield of the hist. Us make-up, especially the run- 
ning greyhound, shows, in my o,)inion. tli:;t the " Lomax of Harwood " '^nnly 
acknowledged and perpetuated the memory of the kinship of the families ol 
Eye. in Suffolk. The fact that the head ot each family was a native ol Lanca- 
shire, adds strength to the opinion that they are of one family. 
• 3 Another coat armonr, over the name of fohn Joseph Lomax. the shield 
01 which has the running greyhound and three shells, as thai of the Eye 
family, l)Ut a different crest and motto. 

4 The arms of the Lomaxes of Clayton Hall. Lancashiie, was granted, 
or assumed, about A D. 163.S. U avowedly refers to, and acknowledges, the 
coat armour granted to Lawrent Lomax. of Eye, about A. P. 1492, which 
proves the relationship between the families of Eye and Cla>lun Hall. 

1 have indulged in a large amount of repetition, on this subject, intending 
to show that all English Lomaxes are of ore family. Mam who are now living 
are ol the sixteenth generation of the family ; and, as a .natter of course, they 
consist of all sorts and conditions of people. They are so much so, that many 



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f tmilics in Lancashire, of tlie name, in tliat oiiy:inal lionu- of tin- Enp;lish 
bianrli tlicreof, (kny the oneness of said family. I contemi tlial lliey are all 
descendants of Laurent Lomax, whether they he jr^ood, bad, or indifferent. 

COl'Y OF ABSTRACT. 

April 15, 1622. 

I John Plombeof Boxford in Co. Suflblk, Clothier. 

My body to be bnried in tiie S.incluary at P.o.xford. 
To my brother Stephen Phnnbe, my messuajM- in Groaton. with remain er 

to his son John Plumhe. 
To William Phmibe, another son of Stephen, I <^ive two closes in Gioaton, 

called Clay Pittsfield and Bottswent. 
To my sister-in law Mary Daynes, wife of Benj. Daynes, /40. 
To my uncle, Miles Marks, /"^o. 

To my two brothers-in-law, Job Grymwade and Jos. Gale, /, 20 each. 
To n)y niece, Anne Kemball, /^2o. 

']~o my cousin Charles Mounyngham, /ro, and to his son Wdk, /io. 
To my son-in law, Lawrence Lomax, and to Elizabeth, my dan^liter, his wife, 

all my lands not already bequeathed, with remainder to their sons, John 

Loma.x and Lawrence Lomax. 
To Mary Plome, daut;hter of Stephen Plombe, /lo. 

Pro\ed at London, 23 June, 1623. 

Of the ancient Plumbe family, into wliicii the Lawrence Lomax, who was 
born about A. D. J5S0, married, I have the followin<' names: Robertus Phnnme, 
b. about 1180; living in Normandy, 1180. Robert Plome, b. al)out 1176; liv- 
ing in Cambridge, 1198. John Plumbe, b. about 1560; d. 1623 ; living in Box- 
ford, Co. Suffolk. Stephen Plumbe, b. about 1562; brother to John above. 
Kli/nbeth Plumbe, b. about 1585; daughter of John — (Lomax). John 
Plumbe, b. about 15S7; son of Stephen. William Plumbe, b. about 1489; son 
of Stephen. Mary Plome, b. about 1 591 ; tlau. of Stephen. George Plumbe, 
b. about 1600; d. 1669; Inworth, Co. Essex. John Plumbe, b. about 1634; 
came to America ; son of George. 

I am indebted to the politeness of A. G. Plumbe, Esq., of Cedar Rapids, 
Iowa, for the abstract of the will of John Plombe, from which I gather my 
notes of Lawrence Lomax, who married Elizabeth, daughter of said John 
-Plombe, and the above notes as lo the Plumbe family. He also informs me 
that there are eight several orthogra|)hies of the name Plumbe. 

CRESTS AN'D MOTTOS: 

I.AWRJ-NT I.IJ.MA.X, OK EVF.. 

Crkst.— A semi. grey hound. 
^\n\ TO.— Mors Onis/c I'lta Ali/ii. 

UOMAX OF llARWOOn. 

Crfst.— Out of a ducal ct>ronet a demi lion holding an escallop. 
Motto. — Setup er Fi deles. 



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CLAVTON HAI.L LOMAXES. 

Crest.— Oui of a mural crown a demi lion collard and lioldins; an escallop. 
Motto.— luifo Prudcniia Mojot. 

RP:V. JOHN JOSKPH LOMAX, OF liKElNTON, ENG. 

Crkst. — A hand holding a cUvei. 
Motto.— /i;/<> Priideniia Major. 

KEY. ERNEST WIT.LI AM LOMAX , OF^ OXKOK D. 

Crkst. — A greyhound-conchant. 
Motto— yl/o7,y Chrisic Vita A/ihi. 

REV. HF.NKY JCjSHUA LOMAX. 

(Rector Hiaton Mersey, Manciiester, has a family ring — an heirloom.) 
Crest. — A knight on horseback holding a .scroll. 
Motto. — Semper Fideles et Jerra et AJare. 

ItOl.TON I'AklSH JOURNAL. 

Copied from the Church Journal by Anson Lomax, Councillor, P>f)lton, Eng. 
■"1574. edmond lomax to margeryesharpus^nup fluent .\ii. die march." 
*' 1595. lUiried a child of Edward Loma.x." 

■" i6o2. ]{a])tism Anne Lomax of iJollon Daughter of Ellis May 30, 1602." 
■" l6o2. Ijaptism Anne Lomax ofBradshaw I), of Thomas, July 95, 1602." 
" 1603. Richard ]^omax Bury Parish married Ann Lort or J^ortl, Jan. 12." 

I have a copy of the " Ifelton AVeekly Journal," dated July I, A. D. 1889. 
One colnnm is headed in these words: " Bolton J'arish Register. Complete 
transcript h'om 1 5S7 to the present time. Revised by the Rev. Caimon Pow- 
-ell, a857-j8S7." No. CXXII. From this No. I copy the following: 

"'Burials, 1679. John J-omax of Bolton, 13 November." 
And from othet columns I make the following notes: 

"'AV. J. Lomax, of Lomax & Lomax Bolton, a surveyor, 

"'Jacob Lomax, Shop-keeper, Blackburn rd. Ashley Bridge, Lancashire. 

Councillor, Anson Lomax, Bolton, Lancashire, presided over a social 
meeting of Primitive Methodists, on Harvey St., in May, A. D. 1SS9. 

"JohnscMi J.omax, died May 25, A. D. 18S9, aged 25 years, at Blackburn 
St. 

■E.WC;LISH GRAIJIIATE:S of CAMHRrDCE AND OXFORD UNIVEKSITJES. 

IRev. John Lrjmax, Emmanuel Col., Cam. 

ijames Lomax, Pembroke Col., Cam. A. B. 1665, A. M. 1669. 
Ifohn l^omax, Jesus Col., Cam. A. B. 166S, A. M. 1672. 
IRev. James Lomax, Catherine Hall, Cam. A. B. 1781. 
Caleb Lomax, St. John's Col., Cam. A. B. 178S. 
Edmund Lomax, Trinity Col., Cam. A. B. 18(^2. 
Prederick Shallelt Lomax, Trinity Col., Cam. A. B. 1806. 
Joshua Lomax, Brasen Nose Col., Oxford. A. B. Oct. 1700, B. C. L. Mar. 
1708. 

'jPhamas l-oinax, iirasen Nose Col., Oxford. A. B. Feb. T784. 
Edmund Shallett Lomax, St. fohn's Col., Oxford. A. B Oct. 1774. 



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I am informed tliat the degree of A. 15. is generally conferreci al tlie age 
ol 20 or 21 years -but I put all at 25, in my estimate of the dales oftheir hirths, 
in the following pages. 

The Edmund Shallelt Lomax above named is probably the sun of Man- 
mh Shalletl and her husband, Caleb Lomax, of the manor of Childu ickbury. 

"Dr. Arthur Snowden, son of Edgar Snowden, editor of the /?/r4-a;/(/^> 
6'<7;r^//^, who some time ago left for England to pursue a s|)ecial course on the 
earand throat, under Dr. Lomax-Hrown in London, has beenappointed clinical 
assistant at his hospital. This is the first time that this honor was ever c 011- 
ferred on an American."— Clii-)i)ed from a newspaper. Who is Dr. Lomax- 
Rr(nvn? 

HOOKS AND DOCU.MKNTS IN THK BRITISH MUSEUM REriiKRlNf; TO THK 
LOMAX FAMILY, 

Whittaker's History of Whalley, vol. 2, p. 175. A pedigree of six gener- 
ations, commencing with Richard I,omax, Gent., of Pillsworlh, vale of Tad- 
niorden, who died 1771, and was buried at Middleton. 

Harl. Im. S. 14^9. p. no b. Herald's visitation of Suffolk. Pedigree of 
I-omax of Eye. 

Burk's Landed Gentry; Lomax of Clayton Hall. 

Foster's Lancashire Pedigrees, contains Lomax pedigrees. 

Berry's County Genealogies, Herts, p. 103. Seven generati(jns of 
Lomaxes. arms and crest. 

St. George's, Hanover Square Parish Register. 

St. Peter's, Cornhill, London, Parish Register. 

Miscellanea Genealogica, Heraldica, vol. i, p. 4. 

Hey wood's Diary. 

Rochdale Parish Registers from IS82 to 1616, by Lt. Col. H. I'^ishuick in 
1SS8. 

Marriage Licenses' Faculty Office has the following records of marriages: 

1665, Jan. 10. Nathaniel Lomax, of St. Andrew's Holborn. l>achelor, 
aged 27. and Katherine Widnell, of St. Michael, Cornhill. widow', 29, at St.- 
Clement's Danes or Gray's Inn Church. 

1677, May 26. Lawrence Lomax, of Eye, Co. Suflolk, widower, and MaVa- 
bella Haydon, of St. Danstan, in the Wdpt London, spinster, 2S, her parents 
dead, at St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street, or the Chapel of Sergeant's 
Inn. Fleet St., London. 

i7<^S. Jan. 16. John Holnden, of Lincoln's Inn Gent., P.arhtlor, aged 
a!>out35, and Ruth Lomax, of St. Albans, Herts., spinster, 19, with consent 
of iier father and mother. John Morse, of Lincoln's Inn, attests the constnt 
of Joshua Lomax, father of said Ruth. At S. Augustine's, London. 

1721, Sep. 17. Richard Clay, Jnn, of St. Margaret's, New Fish St.. London, 
citizen and drai)er, bachelor, above 21, and Martha Lomax, of Childwickbury, 
parish of St. Michael's, Herts., spinster, above 21, at St. Michael's aforesaid,' 
St. Paul's Cathedral, or Lincoln's Inn Chapel. 



on 

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3° 

1776, Dec. 12. Josluia l.omax, of Christ's Church, London, wiclouer, and 
Doralhy Freeman, of A!l-Hallou's-in-ihe-\Vall, widow, at Christ's Church 
aforesaid. 

MAKRIAGF. MCKN'SFiS JiV IMSHOl' OF LONDON. 

1721, July 13. Joct-lyn Rol>erts, of Dunstan's, Stepney, widower, and 
Manila Loniax, of Childwickhury, .St. Alhan's, Herts., 30, at St. .Michaels 
ill St. Alhan's aforesaid. 

MARKIAGK I.ICKNSICS HV \ICAK CHSKHAh OF AKCHIilSHOI' Ol CA NTERIirK \-. 

1675-6, Fel). 22. Lawrenr(,- I.oniax, of St. Clement, Danes, Ksc]., widower, 
about 30, and Lettice Harris, uf St. Marlin's-in-the-Fields, sjiinster. about 26. 
and at own disposal, at .St. Faw rence, P()uitney. Fondon. 

j:stati:s pkohatkd. 

Mr. Anson Fornax, Coimcillor, a niemher of the Library Committee of the 
Bolton Corporation, copied tlie followinsj list of those whose wills were proved. 
or on whose estates Fetters of Administration were granted, from a book in 
said library : 

Alice Fornax, Bolton, widow, will, 1720. 

Ann Foma.x, Little Lever, adm , 1824. 

Betty Lomax, Bolton, widow, will. iSn9. 

Catheiine Lomax, Great Bolton, .S|tinster, will, 1799. 

Elizabeth Lomax, Bolton, spinster, will, 1728. 

Elizabeth Loniax, Tiirton, will. 1744. 

Esther Lomax, Bolton, spinster, will. 1792. 

George Lomax, Brcicchtmet, dyer, will. JS23. 

Hampson Lomax. Rumworth, yeoman, ).S4j. 

Henry Lomax, Breig;htmet, jnn, yeoman, will, 1603. 

Henry Lomax, Breij^hlmet. will. 17^6. 

Henry Lomax, Bolton, Chapman, will, 1758. 

Hugh Lomax, Car Hilton (?), inv., 1702. 

Jacob Lomax, Great Bolton, agent, adm. 1851. 

James Lomax, Sharpies, weaver, will, 1707. 

James Lomax, liolton, inn-keeper, adm.. 1712. 

James Lomax, C<ir Hullon, weaver, will, 1713. 

James Lomax, Ca-r Hulton, yeoman, will. 17x9. 

James Lomax, Little Lever, adm., 1742. 

James Lomax, Horsley. farmer, adm., i7()o. 

James Lomax, Little Lever, manufacturer, will, iSoo. 

James Lomax, Turton, yeoman, will. iSio. 

James Lomax. Bolton, yeoman, will, 1S22. 

James Lomax, Great Bolton, weaver, will. 1S24. 

James Lomax. Little Lever, < otton manufaclurer, will, 1S27. 

James Lomax. Bolton, publican, adm., 1830. 

James Lomax. Little Bolton, ;il«' seller, will, 1835. 

James Lomax, Weslieigh. silk weaver, will, 1855. 

John Lomax. Harwood. yeoman, will, 1664. 

John Loniax, Dinsworth, will, 1679. 



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John Lomax, Ccir Hillon (?). will, 1729-30. 

John Lomax, Harwood, ye<jman, will, 1756. 

John Lomax, Tiiilon, yeoman, will, 1761. 

joijn Lomax, Dean, adm., 1S07. 

Iciiin Lomax, Bolton, calico printei, adm., iSoS. 

[ohn Lomax, Dean, farmer, will, 1824. 

John Lomax, Bolton, wliilesmith, will, 1851. 

John Lomax, Bolton, laborer, adm , 1S53. 

Joseph Lomax, Dean, we.ivei, adm., 1812. 

Joseph 1-omax, 1 ittk- Lever,*coUon maiuifacUner, will, 1827. 

Joseph Lomax, Great Bolton, yeoman, 1S39. 

Lawrence Lomax, Ainsworth, atim., 1697. 

Margaret Lomax, Harwcod, spinster, will, kS=,i. 

Martha Lomax, Tnrlon, sjiinster, will, 1827. 

Mary I^omax, Horsley, widow, adm.. 1796. 

Mary Lomax (wife ol James), Tonjj;, ciolter, will, 1S35. 

Mary Lomax. Harworth, widow, will. iSj,.). 

Peter Lomax, Ainsworth, yeoman, will, 1765. 

Beler LcMnax, Ainswortli, chapman, v\ill, 1797. 

I'etcr Lomax, Little Le\er, ])ainter, will, 1843. 

Peter Lomax, Little Lever, _L;enttemati, will, 18.46. 

Richard Lomax, Little Lever, yt-otiian. wi'l, 1634. 

Richard Lomax, Lever Paiisii, will, 1685. 

Richard Lomax, Harucsod, will, 1779. 

Richard Lomax. Bolton, gentleman, will, 180.4. 

Richard Lomax, Breightmet, crofter, adm , 1819. 

Robert Lomax, Harwood, cotton mannfacturer, will, 1S15. 

Sarah Loiiiax, Little I'.ollon, wid(jw, will, 1792. 

Simon Lomax, Tnrtoii, yeom.m, will, 1823. 

Thomas Lomax, lIaru(.)od, Bolton, will, 1683. 

Thomas Lomax, Bolton, yeoman, will, J837. 

Thomas Lomax, Great Bolton, boilersmilh, will, 1839. 

I homas Lomax, Syldesley, weaver, will, 1849. 

riiomas Lomax, Rnmworlh, gentleman, will, 1850. 

William Lomax, Tnrlon, will, 1677. 

William Lomax, 'liirton, yeoman, will, 1734. 

Willianj I^omax, Tiirton, yeoman, will, i7,=i3 

William l,omax, Haruood, miner, will, 1786. 

William Lomax, Ikilton, anctioneer, adm., 1808. 

William Loma.Y, Harworth, farmer, adm., 1826. 

William Lomax, Great l^olton, tailor, will, 1827. 

William Loma.v, Bolton, book-keeper, adm , 1852. 

Miscc/.'atiea Gencaloi^ica et lltnaldica. Vol. /, />. j'/f, reUiiing to the 
1-lheridge family, and ti.e execution of purchase deeds Ol a ceilain manor ^ 
quotes tile following words : "God grant iis comfort in it and many years to 
•'"joy it, and accept my thanks for it, anil (or >»• unspeakable ntercy of ye 
.Vnh July, 171S, by Mk. Lom.w. Laus Deo. Amen." 



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A few years ago a pamphlet of 109 pages was printed in a neat style, 
entitled: " Index to Register. Next of Kin. Heirsat-law. and cases of un- 
claimed money Register. British American Claim Agency, New ^ ork Utv, 
U S A.- On,.. Mispnnl.d, "Suits in Chancery- Heirs-at- l.aw wanted- 
Holmd.n V. Lomax." and on page .5, " Lomax v. Holnulen." On page 5i ,s 
nc.lfd that Ihc-re are five I.on>ax cases; and on page 62 were two Lomax 
cases; of which five doui.ant hnuis in Chancery, two were .Suns m Chancery 

I commenced correspondence with the " Agency." paid a few dollars, and 
obtained what purported to be the names of seven deci<lents estates, m which 
next-of-kin was wanted. Tlu- names given were: El./ahkth Lo.max, Georok 

lOMSX lAMES LOMAX, JoMN I.O.MAX, PeTEK LOMAX, CaLEH LoMAX and 

losiUA I'oMAX. At this stage oftlie correspondence I saw a statement m a 
New York paper that the •' British-American Claim Agency was a fraud, and 
its manager was in jail in New York on a charge of swindling. And that is 
the last 1 heard of it. 

How many of the lamily are now living:- At what rate dues it increase? 
The answer none can give. The possible increase of the human family is ex- 
ceedingly great. To show this fact 1 make the following .statement : 1 1 f u 
every descendant of the Lomax lamily, si.ice its start m hngland m AD. 
,427, there has been an increase of 2, 3. 4 or 5 for fifteen generations, the 
result is: 

At an increase of two -80060 

three A'''" '^ 

-^ •• ^' •• four ^68,435.-15^ 

The following named persons now reside in London : 
• Charles Henry Lomax, Barrister, 23, Cromwell Rd. Crescent. 

John Arthur Lomax, Artist, 39 Alma Sq., N. W. 

John Lomax, 57 College St., Islington. 

Montague Lomax-Smith, Surgeon, 37 Gloucester St., Pmlico, U • 

William Joseph Lomax, 18 Porcester Gardens, London \\ . 
In arranging the following sketches of the several families therein named. 
I have arranged them in chronological order, as to the <late of the b.rlh of the 
head of each" family. In the cases in which the wife is of tiie Lomax farir.ly, 1 
plice her name at the head. In the cases in which the dates of the b.rth.s a-. 
not given to me, I guess at the dates as well as I can. In cases m winch 1 have 
only one name, I put that name in its chronological order among the fam.he>. 
As a matter of course there will be mistakes, ami some wild calculation^ 
in these sketches. In case anyone should not like them, let h.m go to wo.. 
and get up a better genealogy and history of the lamily. 

An examination of the following pages will show the lac. that '"-"';-;;;' 
the Lomax family fill all positions in the activities of life adorers, lar.ii .. 
mechanics and members of the learned professions - all classes are u. 
represented. 



A. D. 1294. 33 

1251. WALTER DEGRIMSHAW, was born in England about A. D. 1251. 
The words and fijjures in quotation mari<.s are copied as tliey stand in the 
Clayton Hall families records, without knowing what they mean in many 
instances. 

King John's reij4n extended from A. D. 1199 to A. D. i?i6, and King 
Henry HI from October 28. A. D. i2i6to November 16, A. D. 1272. Tiiereign 
of I'ope Celestin IX, commenced in A. I). 124: and runs lo A. D. 1254. The 
cliildren of Walter de Grimshaw are: 

Henry de Grimshaw. ''12 Ed. 1 12S3 4," born about A. I). 127.^ -^ 

Richard de Grimshaw, " '• '• 1275. x. 

Adam de Grimshaw, " " '• 1277. ^ 

William dk Grimshaw, " " " 1279. 

1254. The reign of Pope Inocent IV commenced in A. D. 125.1. 

1258. In A. D. 1258 the Counsellors of the English Government prom- 
ulgated "The Provisions of Oxford," which is said lo be the first public 
document ever issued in the English language. 

1261. The reign of Pope Alexander IV commenced in A. D. 1261. 

1264. The reign of Pope Urban IV commenced in A. I). 1264. 

1268. The reign of Pope Clement IV commenced in A. D. 126S. 

1272. Noveniber2o, A.D. 1272, Edward I was proclaimed King of England. 

1275. HENRY DE GRIM.SHAW, son of Waller de Grimshaw, was born 
about A. D. 1273. His son is— 

Adam de Grimshaw, "1313," born about A. D. 1295. 

1273. HENRY DE CLAYTON, "1277, 12S3, 1292 and 1323," b(»rn about " 
A. D. 1273. His son is— 

Philip de Clayton, born about A. D. 1297. "" 

1276. In A. r^. 1276 there were four Popes, Gregory X, Inocent V, Adrian 
Vand John XXI. 

12S0. In 1280 the reign of Pope Nicholas III commenced. 

1284. Mai.ch 19, A. D. 1284, the Parliament ot Wales annexed that 
nation to England; and on April 25, Queen Eleanor of England gave birth to a 
son who was presented to the Welsh people as " the Prince of Wales," a title 
whicli thenceforward has been given to the eldest son of the souvereign of 
Hngland. 

12S5. In A. D. 12S5 the reign of Pope Martin IV commenced. 
1287. In A. D. 12S7, the reign of Pope Honorius IV commenced, 
12SS. In A. D. 128S the reign of Pope Nicholas IV commenced. 
1290. July 27, A. D. 1290, Edward I expelled all Jews from l^ngland. 
1293. From A. D. 1293 to the present time there has been a regular suc- 
cession of English Parliaments, just six hundred years. 

J294. In A. D. 1294 the reign of Pope Celestin V commenced. 



34 



A. D. 1342. 



^ 1295. ADAM DE GRIMSHAW, son of Henry de Grimsliaw, was born >=fr 
about A. D. 1295. " 1313." and h^s two sons— ^^ ^J. *S. 

[Adam de Grimshaw,] born about A. D. 1315, " 130S." ^^ ^ 



Henry DE Gkimshaw, " " " 1317, " Jiving 1317-" ^ 

129 



PH ILl P DK CLAYTON, son of Henry de Clayton, born about A. D. * 



1297. His wife was Isabella. '-1310." They liad a son- — ^ . 

John de Clayton, " 1333 and 1338," born about A. D. J 300. 

1300. JOHN DE CLAYTON, son of Philip de Clayton and liis wife - 5 
Isabella, was born about A. D. 1300. He had a son— ^^ ^ 

Henry de Clayton, born about A. D. 1320, "i333-" ; 

1303. Ill A. D. 1303 the reign of Pope Boniface VIII commenced. 

1304. In A. D. 1304 the reign of Pope Benedict XI commenc<;d. 

1304. In A. D. 1304, Wallace, the Scottish patriot, was betrayed, de- 
livered up and put to death by Edward I. 

i3<J7. July 8, A. D. 1397, Edward II became King. 

1308. January 10, A. D. 1308, at the instigation of Philip IV of Fiance and 
Pope Clement V, Edward II was the first to introduce the "torture" into Eng- 
land. It was in vain inllicted upon the Templars, with the hope of forcmg con- 
fessions from them as an excuse for destroying them. 

1305. In A. D. 1308 the reign of Pope Clement V commenced. — 
1314. In A. D. 1314 the reign of Pope Clement VI commenced. 

1317. HENRY DE GRIMSHAW, son of Adam de Grimshaw, was born , 

about A. D. 1317. His wife was Agnes, "1325" "e was living in 1317- -^ 

Their children are — ^ '^ 

Matilda de Grimshaw, " 1325," ^'^^^ about A. D, i34'>- j^ 

Adam DE Grimshaw, " " " '342. "Living^ .■ 

in 1342." 

1320. HENRY DE CLAYTON, son of John de Clayton, was born about- _ 
A. D. 1320. His children— -- *\ 

Ceciley DE Clayton, born about A. D. 1344- '^*' 

Margaret de Clayton, born about A. D. 1346, "living in 1368." 

1327. February 8, A. D. 1327, Edward III was made King. 

1334. In A. D. 1334 the reign of Pope John XXII conmienced. 

1340. MATILDA DE GRIMSHAW, daughter of Agnes and Henry de ^ 
Grimshaw, born about A. D. 1340, and married John de Maudesley, "1325 " 

134a. This year. 1340, gun powder was invented by John Swartz. a monk 
of Cologne. « 

X** 1342. ADAM DE GRIMSHAW, son of Henry de Grimshaw and his wife 
Agnes, bi^rn about A. D. 1342, married Ceciley de Clayton, daughter of 
Henry de Clayton. She was sole heiress surviving and a widow, A. D. 
136S. Their children are— 



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A. D. 1413- 35 

Henry de Gkimshaw, born about A. D. 1372, "living in 1372 and 
Vwt'd to 1409." 

Richard or Grimshaw, born about A. D. i373- ^3^^:334*^ 

Acnes de Gkimshaw, " " " i374- ' ' *' ^^•-' ^ 

John de Grimshaw, " " " ^37S- 

By this marriage the Clayton Hall estate passed into the Grimshaw 
family. 

1342. In A. D. 1342 the reign of Pope Benedict XII commenced. 

1346. MARGARET DE CLAYTON, daughter of Henry de Clayton, 
born about A. D. 1346, "living in 1368," married Henry de Rishton. 

1352. In A. D. 1352 the reign of Pope Clement VI commenced. 

1362. By an Act 361)1 Edward III, A. D. 1362, it was provided that law 
pleadings, the King's address to, and debates in Parliament, shall be in English 
instead of Norman-French. 

1362. In A. D. 1362 the reign of Pope Inocent VI commenced. 

1370. In A. D. 1370 the reign of Pope Urban V commenced. 

1372. HENRY DE GRIM.SHAW, son of Adam de Grimshawand his wife 
Ccciley de Clayton, was born about A. D. 1372. He divided the manor of 
Clayton with the Rishtons (Townley Mss.) and lived to A. D. i^cxj. " He bore 
arms Argent a Griffin rampant, sable armed or." He married Joanna de 
Shuttleworth, daughter of John de Shnttleworlh. Their children are 

Rohekt Grimshaw. born about A. D. 1407, "living in 1454" 

Kathkkine Gkimshaw, born about A. D. 1409, "living in i429'" ^ 

With these children's names the word "de" is dropped out of the Grimshaw 
name. 

1377. June 22, A. D. 1377, Richard II was made King of P:ngiand. 

1378. In A. D. 1378 the reign of Pope Gregory XI commenced. 
1389. In A. D. 1389 the reign of Pope Urban VI commenced. 
1394. In A. D. J394 the reign of Poi^e Benedict XIII commenced. 

1399. On September 30, A. D. 1399, Henry IV was made King of England. 

1404. In A. D. 1404 the reign of Pope Boniface IX commenced. 

1406. In A. D. 1406 the reign of Pope Inocent VII coumienced. 

1409. ROBERT GRIMSHAW, .son of Henry de Grimsh.nv an<l his wife 
Joanna de Shuttleworth, was born about A. I). J409- Ut^ \^;is "living in 
1464." His children art — y^ 

Henry Gkimshaw, born abt)ut A. D. 1442. 

Hugh Gkimshaw, '' " " 1444— "1441." 

1409. In A. D. 1409 the reign of Pope Gregory XII commenced. 

1410, In A. D. 14 lu the reign of Pope Alexander V «-onmieiKed. 
1413. On March 21, A. D. 1413, Henry V was made King of England 



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36 A. D. 145S. 

1415. On May 5, A. D. 1415, the Council of Constance condemned 
the dead Wiclif and ordered his bones dug up out of consecrated ground and 
cast on a dung hill. 

1415. In A. D. 1415 the reign of Pope John XXIII commenced. 

14 16. In A. D. 1416 Pope John XXII denied the immortality of the soul. 
and was deposed by the Q'xumenical Council of Constance. 

1422. September i, A. D. 1422, Henry VI was made King of England. 

1427. LAURENF LOMAX, of Bolton Parish, England, was born about 
A. D. 1427. I think he is the witness named in a former page as "Laurens 
Lomatz of ye pi'sh of Bolton of ye age of LXX zers." His son is — ■ 

Lawrent Lomax, born about A. D. 1460. This family is the begin- 
ning of the Loniax families in England. 

1428. In A. D. 142S, Pope Clement VIII [or John XXIil], sent orders to 
the Bishop of London to have the sentence passed by the Council of Constance, 
on May 5, A. D. 1415, against Wiclif, strictly carried out; and Wiclifs remains 
were consequently exhumed and burned and the ashes thrown into the Swift. 
a branch of the Avon. 

1431. In A. D. 1431 the reign of Pope Martin V commenced. 

1435. RADUS DEL LU.MHALGHE, Landholder in Bury, born ab^ut 
A. D. 1435. 

1437. OLIVERUSDEL LUMHALGHE, Landholder in Bury, born about 
A. D. 1437. 

1438. THOMAS DEL LUMHALGHE DE WHETYLLE, Landholder 
•in Bury, born about A. D. 1439. 

1441. GALFRIDUS DEL LUMHALGHE, Landiioider in Bury, born 
about A. D. 1441. 

1439. This year, 1439, there was a re-union of the Greek and Latin 
Churches. 

1439. In A. D. 1439 the reign of Pope Eugenius IV commenced. 

1439. In the year 1439 tlie reign of Pope Eugenius IV commenced. 

1440. This year, 1440, the art of Printing was invented by John Gutten- 
burg, at .Strasburg. 

1442. HENRY GRIMSHAW, son ol Robert Grimshaw, was born about 

A. D. 1442; and married Isabel, a daughter of Heifry de Rishton of Rishton, 

England. Their two sons are— ^ s^ 

Hknrv Gkimshaw, born A. D, 1467, died A. D. 1,^07. / / 

NiCMOi.As Gkimshaw, born about A. D. 1469, "14S1." ^ \S^ 

1447. In A. D. 1447 the reign of Pope I'^elix V commenced. 

1455. In A D. 1455 the reign of Pope Nicholas V commenced. 

1453. In A. D. 145}^, the reign of Pope Calixtus III commenced. 



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A. D. 1500. 37 

1460. LAWRENT LOMAX, son of Laurent Loiiiax, was born in 
Lancashire, England, about A. D. 1460. His son was — 

Lawrent Lomax, born about A. D. 1493, in Eye. 

I take tlie name of the father from the record of tiie coat of arms, in whicli 
the spelh'ng of tlie Christian name is changed by substituting' the letter "w"' 
for the letter "u." The father went from his native county to Eye, where the 
riglit to i)ear a coat armour was granted him. 

1461. On March 4, A. D. 1461, Edward lY was made King of England. 

464. In A. D. J464 the reign of Pope Pius II commenced. 

467. HENRY GRli\lSMA\V, son of Henry Grimshaw and Isabel Rish- 
lon, his wife, was born in A. D. T467; died in A. D. 1507. He married Alice 
Tempest, daughter of .Sir Richard Tempest, ofBracewell, England. Tiieir 
children are— 

Thomas Grimshaw, iiorn aiiout A. D. 14SS, died in A. D. 1539. 

Wai.-ikk Grimshaw, " " " 1490. 

Richard Gri.mshaw, " " " 1492. 






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1471. In A, D. 1471 the reign of Pope Paul II commenced. 

1483. June 26, A. D. 14S3, Richard 111 was made King of England. 

1484. In A. D. 1484 the reign of Pope .Si.xlus lY commenced. 

1485. October 30, A. I). 14S5, Henry YIl was made King of Iingland. 

yi488. THOMAS GRIM.SHAW, sonof Henry Grimshaw and his wife Alice 
Tempest, was born about A. D. 1488; and married Margaret, daughter and 
[J co-heiress of Elizalieth Harrington, a daughter of Sir Joini Harrington of 
Hornby, by Joiin Stanley, Esq., of Meliing, who was an illegitimate son of 
James 5kanley, Bistiop of Ely. Their children are — 

Richard Grimshaw, born about A. 1). 1509, died in A. D. 1575. / / 7 
Hknry Grimshaw, " " " 151 1, ^ 

NiCKOLAS Grimshaw, " " " 1513. I ( 

Ralrh Grimshaw, " " " 1515. . / 

Annk Grimshaw, " " '• 1517. . v 

Alice Grimshaw, '• " " 1519. ' ' 

Isabel Grimshaw, " " '• 1521. / / "^ 

1492. In A. D. 1492 the reign of Pope Inocent VIII commenced. 

'k M93- LAWRENT LOMAX, sonofLawrent Lomax, was born in Eye, 

Suffolk, EnglantI, about A. I). 1493. He was heir and bore the coat of arms 

the right to bear which was granted to his fatlier. He married Mary Sulyard, 

daughter of .Sir E.dward Sulyard ol Hawley, in .Suffolk. Their son and heir is 

Lawrent Lomax, born in I^ye, about A. D. 1526. 

1500. JOSSU YON LOM, born in Huren, Holland, A. I). 1500, was a 
physician and iiublished a medical work in Latin in whicli ins name is spelled 
"Lommius." 



38 A. t). 1517. 

1500. The several writings that go to make up the New Testament, 
were composed from tim.e to lime by their various authors in the Greek 
language. The originals were reproduced by hand-made copies lor about 1,500 
years. The originals of the Gospels and Epistles probably passed away with 
the first century. There is no known copy of earlier date than the fourth 
century. Greek manuscripts of the books of the New Testament were written 
upon papyrus, villum, and parchment, until the tenth century entirely in 
capital letters, without accent or punctuation. These manuscripts are called 
"uncials" About 70 of them are in e.xistence. After the tenth century they 
were written in a running hand with capital and small letters; and these are 
called "cunsive" manuscripts. Between three and four hundred of these 
latter have been edited. No tv/o are exactly alike. The known variations 
are about 200,000; all, except a few hundred, are unimportant. Before the 
art of printing was discovered, every church, every convent, every monastry, 
and many householders, had its own copy, depending for its accuracy upon 
the carefulness of the scribe who made it and truthfulness of the copy from 
which it was taken During 1,500 years, the Church as a body, had taken no 
oversight of the sacred text. There was no standard Bible. Pious learned 
men have compared all those manuscripts. Our New Testament is the result 
of their labor. The first one to do such work is said to be Francis Ximenes 
de Cisnores, Cardinal of Spain. But the first printed New Testament bears 
date, "Sexto Calendas Manias, Anno MDXVl," and was edited by Erasmus. 
See Church Eclectic, vol. /S, pp. 837 -g. 

1500. This bit of history shows that these sketches trace the Lomax 
family to a period 89 years more early than tiie first comjiiled New Testament 
was produced. 

1503. There were two Popes this year, 1503, Alexander VI and Pius III. 

//^ T509. RICHARD GRIMSAW, Bonof Thomas Grimshaw and Margaret 
Harrington, his wife, was born in A. D. 1509 and died A. D. 1575. He married 
Elizabeth Cudworth, daughter of John Cudworth of Oldham, Gent. His child- 
ren are — 

John GRIMSHAW, born in A. D. 1547. Died about A. D. 1586. /^ 



John Grim.shaw, born about A. D. 1549. 



/^ 



Henry Grimshaw, born about A. D. 7551. 

Nicholas Grimshaw, born about A. D. 1553. t^ 

Ralph Grimshaw, born about A. D. 1555. ^ 

Marjkrv Grimshaw, born about A. D. 1557. tu^ 

Elizaheth Grimshaw, born about A, D. 1559. '^ 

Annp: Grimshaw, born about A. D. 1561. ^ 

1509. Henry VII. died A. I). 1509, ending a reign ot 23 years and 8 
months; and Henry VIII. was made king April 22, A. D. 1509. 

1513. In A. D. 1513 the reign of Pope Julius II. commenced. 

1517. ANNE GRIMSHAW, dauglifer of Maigaret Harrington and her 

husband, Thomas Grimshaw, was born about A. D. 1517; and married Hugh 
Shuttleworth, Esq., of Gawthorpe, Eng. 



A. D. 1533- 39 

1518. October 31, A. D. 1518, Luther posted his " Protest " on the door 
of the Schloss-Kirche at Wittenberg, against the Romish sale of ''indul- 
j;cnces," and thus began his Lutlieran Reformation. 

V-f-iSig. ALICE GRIMSK AW, daughter of Margaret Harrington and lier 
liusband, Tliomas Grimshaw, of Clayton Hall, Eng., was born about A. D. 
1519; and married John Holden, a son of Stephen Holden, of Chaighley, Eng. 

r 1521. ISABEL GRIMSHAW, daughter of Margaret Harrington and her 

husband, Thomas Grimshavv, was born about A. D. 1521 ; and married I'hlred 
Motley, of Hraddyl, Eng., in 5 Hen. 8. 

1521. In A. D. 1521 the reign of Pope Leo X. commenced. 

^ 1523. In 1523 the leign of Pope Adrian VI. commenced. 

1526. LAWRENT LOMAX, son of Mary Sulyard and her husband, 
I.awrent Lomax, was born in Eye, Suffolk, Eng., about A. D. 1526; and mar- 
ried Ann. daughter and heir cf Oimger of Debenham, .Suffolk. He !)ore the 
aims granted his grandfather, Lawrent Lomax. Ofiiis family are two sons — 
< LAWRENT LOMAX, born about A. D, 1558. 

■. " JOHN LOMAX, " " " i5fo. The head of this family 

was born the year that Verrazzano n^.ade his third trip to America, where he 
was taken, killed, roasletl, and eaten by the Indian savages in Elorida. in sight 
of thje men aboard his ship. 

1526. A.D. 1526 was three years before the birth of the name " Protest- 
.nit," as it is now used in religious discussions. It was born on Good Friday, 
April 19, A. D. 1529, on which day the Evangelical members of tlie Imiieriai 
Hiet made the protest against the edict of the majority of the Diet at Speyer. 
— Church Ec, Vol.iy.p. 1024. 

1528. HENRY LOMAX, SEN., of Rreightmet, Eng., father oi Henry 
Lomax, of Breightmet, who was born about A. D. 1528 and died A. D. 1603. 

1528. Pope Clement VII. always passed as the natural son of Julian 
Medicis, who was of the soveieign lamily of Florence; but Pope Leo X., his 
kinsman, declared him legitimate, upon the pretended promise of marriage 
between his father and mo\\\&x .— Hume , Vol. j, pp. 16S-9. 

1531. The Convocation of Canterbury passed a Bill, March 2, 1531, in 
which it styled Henry VIII. the " Head of the Church," thus repudiating the 
claims of Pope Clement VII. Henry VIII. drove Queen Catherine Irom the 
i'-dace in July this year. 

1532. A. D. 1532 Parliament passed an act giving Henry VIII. power to 
>^i!spend the payment of the first year's income of every See benefice to the 
IVpe, and anotlier Act abolishing appeals to Rome. 

1533- RALPH LOMMAS, born about A. D. 1533, is a name which 
iippears in the Lancaster Calendar to Pleadings, 5 Elizabeth, p. 259, A. D- /^ 
1563. This is, so far as 1 know, the first mention of the name as spelled 
' Lomnias," in England. It occurs 106 years after the name '"Lomax" was 
l^nown in the kingdom. 



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40 A. D. 15V, ■ 

1534. January 25. A. D. 1533. Henry X'lII. secretly married Ann lnii( j; 
his second wife. 

153.I. In llie year 1534 Tindal translated the Sciiplures intu Rngl:- 
It contained many eriors, l)Ul lie was too i)(n)r to putjlisli a correclc-d Irai- 
lation. Tonstal, Bisliop of LontUni. uanleil to uiiK' out this KnJ^lI^h llilV 
and. like a "smart y\lecl;." lie l)ou-ht up all ll;e copies and burned ihtr. 
This purchase enabled Tiniial to i)rinl his corrected copy in F.n-li^h --^: 
Hutue, \'ol. 3, pp. 20=, 6. 

1534. In A. D. 1534 the reis^n of rt)pe Clement \\\ . commenced. 

1534. This year Sir Thomas More was guilty of the infamous crime ( 
burning James l^ainitam, a i;enlleman of the temple, and Tiiomas P.ilney. 
priest, as relapsed heretics, at the stake. And this year r.irliameui cor.ltrr'- . , 
on 1-Ienry VI II. the title oi the only supreme head of the Church of Kn^lar: | 
on earth, and gave him the right to all annates, and tithes of benefice.-. wIkc.- < 
had been given to the Pope of Rome, -/y/c/z/c', Vol j,p. /'jS. j 

1534- When Henry Vlll. declared the Pope a usurper, and that the kir: ' 
was the head of the Church, the laily universally rejoiced, and the Kcclcsi;i.-:- 
jcal Convocation voted ••that the P.ishop of Rome had, by the law.^ of G<c 
no more jurisdiction in luigland than any other foreign IJishop."— /////'/'V, I'o. 
S, pp. iS6~7. 

1536. In the year \yj^ Henry VIII. destroyed 386 of the smaller R.ar;:.-. 
Catholic monasteries and took all their property.— v//^wr, \'oI. 3,/'. 220. Ar.-: 
the same year Parliament enacted a heavy penalty against Roman Catiiolic.-, 
in case they refused to renounce projierty under oath, the termination of the 
prescribed oath being, " So help me God, all Saints and the Hob ?:v?.!y 
gelists.— //«J«^, Fo/. 3, /. J>3/'. On May 19, this year, Henry Vlll. had \:- 
second wife, Anne Boleyn, mnrderetl ; and he married his third wile, Jsne 
Seymore, the next day. 

1538. GIOVANNI PAUL LOMAZZO, an Italian painter and savant. 
was born in Milan, April 26, 153S, of a distinguished family from the vill.i^e 
of Lomazzo, near Como. He was called to Florence, by Cosmo de Medici.-^. 
wlio made him guardian of a gallary of 4,000 paintings. He died in 1598. 

153S. On December 17, 1538, Pope Paul III. published a bull deposin; 
Hemy Vlll. from the throne, e.xcommunicating him from the Roman Cath- 
olic church, and formally delivering his soul to the devil. 

•539- In 1539, on request of Henry VIII., Parliament established 1 -<■• 
Six Articles, viz : 

1. The doctrine of the real presence. 

2. The communion in one kind. 

3. The perpetual obligation of vows of chastity. 

4. Tile utility of private masses. 

5. The celibacy of the clergy. 

6. The necessity of auricular confession. 



A. D. 1546. 41 

The denial or tlie first subjected tliL- ofitnder to lieatli \>y (ue. and tiie 
denial ofany of llie other articles was iKiuished with ahnost n|ual l>arl)aiity. 
Hiouc, Vol. J, p. 2^J. 

1540. January 6, 1540, Henry VIU. married Jane Cieves, liis lourtli wif.- , 
and July 10, the same year, he obtained a divorce from her Tlie i2lii of the 
same month lie married Callierine Howard, his fifth \\\\\:. 

1542. In 1542 the rei^n of Pope Paul ill. comnienceti. 

1542. P"'ebruary 12, J542, Henry Vnil. Iiad liis wife, Calh>'iine Howard, 
murdered. 

«543- July 12, 1543, Henry YIII. mairied Catherine Pan, widow ol Pord 
I-atimer. 

1545- In 1545 Henry VHP's "Primer ■• was printed in lai-li^h, anil tiiat 
was the beginning of the Prayer Pook in the Kngli^h lani;iia;^(.-. - Clini ciniuui. 

1546. RICHARD PUMAX, of Pill>w(irth. in the Paiish of Middletoii, 
Lancashire, England, was born about A. I). 1546. He ni.uli- iiis uill Oelubui 
18, A. D. 1587, and it was proved at Cliesler the same yeai. His son was — 

James Lomax, born about A. D. 1577. 

BEKNSHAW TOWliK. 

At the extreme north of the Parish (of Rochdale), on a commanding;: 
eminence overlooking the Portsmouth valley, and almost niKpr the shadow ot 
Itagle Crag, is a small farmhouse known by this name. Past it riuis a little 
brook which rises in Tower Clough, and below it is Tower Wood. Us posi- 
tion and surroundings would suggest that here once stood a fortilied house, 
with its moat around it,' and doubtless it was that whicii k-d Roby to select 
this spot for the scene of his legend of the " Lancashire Witches. "^^ 

It is scarcely necessary to say that the Lady Sibell, the proud maiden of 
"Rernshaw Town," was just as much a creature of his imagination as were the 
"spectre huntsman" and "milk-white doe " whicli met ujion the Crag. All 
that rs known about the Tower is that until about twenty years ago, at one 
end of the farmliouse was a small turretted building, and the tradition was that 
under it lay a chest of gold, and in digging for this hidden treasure the 
building was undermined and fell down. 

The house now standing has undergone considerable alterations during 
the last fifty years, but the oldest part will not date back beyond the mitidleof 
the 17th century. Upon a stone built into the wall is inscribctl "A. L.I P. 
'673," w'hich refers to the Lomax family who were then the t)\\ ners. 

Richard Lomax of Pilsworth in the Parish of Middleton, by his will dated 
October 18, 1587, (proved in Chester, 15S7), left his lands to his son James 
(also of Pilsworth), who died December 1624, seised of twenty acres of land, 
and twenty acres of moor and turburry and a house in Tudiuortleii, which he 
held of the King in socage; his son and heir was Ricliard L(,)max, aged xr 
years, and Margaret was his (James') widow. 

''Traditions of Lancashire, ii, 141. 



42 A.D. 1555- 

In the Manor Survey of 1626, the l.eirs of "James Lomniax " are reported 
10 hold a messuage in Todniorden called iKesingham Toune (I'.ernshaw T cm er). 
From the Lomaxes llie property went l.y purchase to the Townleys of 1 own- 
ley, and is now in possession of the Lady Emily Gordon Lennon second 
daughter o( the late Colonel Charles ■Vo^ync\cy.-Fu/na,a•s Jhs. of Rochd. 

,547 Henry Vlll., the tyrant and man of many wives and many crmies 
died January 29. .547, ^^"ding a reig.. of 37 V^^ars and 8 months; and hdward 
VI. was King at the age of nine years. 
Py IS47 JOHN GRIMSHAW, son of Richard Grimshaw and his wife 
Flizabelh Cudworth, was horn about 15.17. He died .5B6, Ing. p.m. dated .9 
Elizabeth. He married Mary Cotterall, daughter and co-heiress ol John 
Cotterall, Esq., of Little Mylton. Their children are- ^^ 

Nicholas Gkimshaw, horn about i5S6,-died 1662. / 3 ^ ^ 

Andrkw Gkimshaw, " " i.S^S. ^ ^ ^J-^^ 

Richard Grimshaw, " ''^ isy'J- ^ ^-J'* 

Henry Grimshaw, " " 1592- ( ' ^ 1,^"^ 

Anne Grimshaw, " " 1594- ^ 3 '^ .^ 

Margari:t Grimshaw, " " 1596- / ^ ' 

1547 CANTORAL (HIEKONDl') LOMAS, born about 1547, v/as a 
Spanish poet, irom Valadolid, and wrote xa.ious poems whi.h were pubhslied 
at Madrid in 1577. 

1547. Is the year in which " Puritanism " took its rise in England. 
154S. JOHN LOMAX, was born about 1548. His name a|>pears in the 
Derbyshire Calendar to Lleadings, at j.. 72, 201I1 Eiizabrlli, 157^^. 

,549. The first Prayer I'-ook of 1- dward VI. wa ; date d " Anno. Do. 1549- 
Mense, Junii." 

1549 This is the year, 1549. '" which Cranmer, whose memory some 
people revere, persuaded the young King. Edward VI.. to sig.i the warrant to 
burn a young lady for heresy whose name was Joan P.ochei.-////^//^ z^o/. 3. 

P- 353- 

1550. EDMONDE LOMAX, was born in England about i55''- > "^ 
recordofhismarriacein the liolton Parish Journal is in these words and 
figj,res— "1574 edmondt lomax to margerye sharpus^^nup furent XII. die 
march." The orthography of the extract indicates that the clerk of tiie 
Church, 344 years ago, had no use for capital letters. The bride was born 
• about 1553, and I tiiink her family name was Sfiatp/css. 

1552. The second Prayer 15ook of Edward VL was dated "Anno 1.S52." 

1553. Edward VL died 1553, and Mary was queen July 20. 

V 1554- Queen Mary, the Roman Catiiolic. handed the Church of England 
over to Pope Julius HI., 1554- 

1555. In 1555 there were two Popes. Julius III. and afterwards Marcellus 
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A. D. 1560. 43 

1555. NICHOLAS LOMAS, was bom about 1555. His name appears 
i,i the Calendar to Pleadiiigs, 27II1 Elizabetli, paj;e 159, 15S5. 

' 155S. I.AWRENT LOMAX, son of Ann Oun5;ei- and her husband, Law- 

n-nt I.uniax, was born in l-'.ye, Suffolk, Enjiland, about 1558. In Proceedings 
111 Ciiancery, vol. 2, p. 141, 1595, the name Lawrence Lomax, ol Eye, in Suf- 
(olk. appears. This is 34 years afler the visitation at which tlie record of the ' 
coat of arms was made, and tliis " Lawrence Lomax " very probably is tiielast 
named " I^awrent Lomax" in that record. 1 think his son was — ^ 

I, Lawkknck Lomax, born about 1591. 

15.SS. The record of Bloody Maty, who died in 1558, is noted for the 
burning at the stake of 5 bishops, 21 clergymen, 8 lay gentlemen, loohnsband- 
nien, servants and labourers, 55 women and 4 children, and others aggregating 
277 victims oflier hellish liate— 'obstinacy, bigotry, violence, cruelty, malign- 
ity and tyranny" — as Hume writes her character. i 

155S. On November 17th, 1558, Eli7:abeth was made rjueen of England. 

155S. GILES LOMAS, of Lancashire, was born about 1558. His name 
appears in the Calentlar to Pleadings, 33d I'^liitabeth, 159', P- 253. 

i5^sS. HENRY LOMAX, P.rightmet, Eiij;land, yeoman, born about 155S. ^^ 
His will was proved 1603. 

1559. ALICE LO.M AS, of Lancashire, England, was born about 1559. 
Her name apjiears in the Calendar to Pleadings, p. 290, 3(ith IClizalieth. 

1559. This year, 1559, the Roman Catholic Scotchman, ILimiitou, burned 
Walter Mill at the stake; and that was tiie last of such burnings in Scotland. 

1559. J'l the year 1559, Parliament repealed all the Roman Catliolic laws ^ 
that were in the English statute. 

1559. J 'le reign of Pope i'aid IV. commencetl 1559. 

1559. When Queen I'^lizaliPth was re(|uested by some ol the Bishops to 
continue the arrangements made by Queen Mary with the Pope of Rome, she 
replied in Ihese words: "Otn records show that the papal jurisdiction over 
this realm was usurpation. Po no jiower whatever is my crown subject sa\e 
that of Ciirist the King of Kings. 1 shall therefore, regard as enemies both to 
Ci.xl and myself, alt such of my subjects as shall henceforth own any foreign 
or usurped authority within my \f:A.\\n."- -h'ca sons for beinq n Cliuf clunan,p. 7/5. 

i559-6<>. Bishop Jewell, at St. Paul's Cross, made a challenge, NoxemlnM 
-^- '5,S9, and repealed it, March 31, 1560, in these words: "If any learned man "" 
*'f all our ailversaries, or of all the learned men that be- alive, hv able to biing 
^ny «)ne sufTicient sentence out any old Catholic iJoctor or I'^ather, or out of 
Ciencral Comicil, or out of the Holy Scriptmes of God, or any example of the 
Primitive Church, whereby it may be clearly and plaiidy proved '•^ *• that 
llie Bishop of Rome was then called Universal Bishop, or head of the Universal 
Church, =• * I promised then that I would snb-;cribe to him." It isclaimed 
by Episcopalians that the challenge has never been answered by any Roman 
Catholic— Reasons for bcitig a Oiurchtnan p. SS. 



44 A. D. 1577. 

1560. JOHN LOMAX, second son of Ann Ounger and her husband Law- 
rent Lomax, of Eye, Suffolk, England, was born about 1560. 

1562. ROGER LOMAX, was born about 1562, and is a name iri the Cal- 
endar U) I'leadinjjs, 37th Kli/.aheth, p. 325. 

1562. Historians say the English slave trade commenced 1562, and that 
Sir John Hawkins took a cargo of slaves from Africa to Hali this year. 

1562. RICHARD LOMAS, born about 1562, is named in Pleadings in 
Cliancery, vol. 3, p. 279, 1595. 

1562. In 1562, Jean Rebault and French Huguenots, builded a forton the 
spot were Tort Royal, S. C, now is. 

J565. EDWARD LOMAX, of P.olton, England, was born about 1565. 
Tin; churcii journal of Bollon Parish lias the following entry, ' 1595. Burried 
a chiKI of Edward Lomax." 

1565. On Septemlicr 8, 1565, St. Augustine, Fla., was founded; the most 
ancient town in the U S. A. 

1565. The reign of Pope Pius IV. commenced 1565. 

1569. RICHARD FOGG, of Harwood, England, was born about 1569. 
His wife's Ciirislian name was Joan. Their children are — 

James Fogg, born about 1600, died sans issue. 

M.\KV Fogg, •' " 1602. She "suffered recovery" and married 
John Lomax, and the I'ogg estate passed into the Loniax family. 

1570. In 1570, in obedience to a call of Pope Pius V., a large majority ot 
the people of Ireland withdrew from the Church; but of the many Bishops 
only 2 obeyed the call. — Reasons for being a Churchman, p. 3. 

157.-?. ELLIS LOM.^X, of Bolton, England, was born about 1572. The 
journal of the Parish has the following entry, "1602. Baptism Annie Lomax, 
of Bolton, daughter of Ellis, May 30, 1602." Said daughter— 

Ann'ie Lomax, born about 1602. 

1572. THOMAS LOMAX, of Bradshaw, England, was.born about 1572. 
Extract from Bolton Parish journal, "1602. Baptism. Anne Lomax, of Brad- 
shaw D. of Thomas Lotnax, July 25, 1602." Said — 

Anne Loma.x, born about 1602. 

1572. In 1572 the treacherous Roman Catholic mmderer Charles, King 
of I'Vance, led on the cowardly murderers in their brutal slaughter of the 
Huguenots on Saint Barthomew's day. 

1572. The reign of Poiie Pius V. commenced in 1572. 

1573. In 1573 the Presbyterians witlidrew from the Church of England. — 
llea%o)tsJor beint^ a Chutrhinan, p. 7. 

'577- JAMES LOMAX, son of Richard Lomax, of Pillsworth, was born 
al)o<.it 1577. The manor surx'cy of 1626 showed that his heirs held Bernshaw 



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Tower. He died December 4, 1624. His wife was Margaret. At his death 
his son and heir was aged 12 years, being: 
RicHAKD LoMAX, born A. D. 1612. 

1577. It was about this year, 1577, tliat Queen Elizabeth wrote to the 
Bishop of Ely, saying: " iVoud prelate, I understand you are backward in 
complying with your agreement ; but I would have you know that I. who 
made you what you are, can unmake you ; and if you do not forthwith fulfil 
your agreement, by God I will immediately unfrock you. Yours as you may 
demean yourself. Elizabeth." The Bishop complied.—////;//^, Vol. ./, p. j*''*?. 

1578. RICHARD LOMAX, of Bury Parish, was born about 1578. In the 
records of Bolton Parish the following entry was made: "1603. Richard 
Lomax, of Bury Parish, married Ann Lort, or Lord, Jan. 12." 

1580. LAWRENCE LOMAX, of England (probably of county Suffolk), 
was born about 1580, and married Elizabeth Plumbe, daughter of John 
Plumbe, of Boxford, in county Suffolk. Their children are— 

John Lomax, born about 1604. 

Lawrence Lomax, born about 1606. 

The will of the above named John Plumbe was dated April 15, 1622 ; and 
it was proved in London, June 23, 1623. One of the provisions of the will is : 
" To my son-ill law, Lawrence Lomax, and to. Elizabeth my daughter, his 
wife, all my lands not already bequeathed, with remainder to their sons, John 
Lomax and Lawrence Lomax." I have notes of five or six other Lomax 
laniilies, the eldest son of which bore the Christian name Lawrence, and I 
think it probable that the above son Lawrence, of this family, was the eldest 
son, and not John ; but having no other record than this extract from the will 
of John PhuTibe, 1 write the sons in the order named in the will. The only 
clue I have to the date of the birth of the head of this family is this: John 
Plumbe, the grandfather of the above named two children, died 1623, when 
he was old enough to be such grandfather ; and from that fact I calculate 
that he, the head of this family, was born about 1580. 

1582. REV. ARTHUR HILDERSHAM was born in England about 
15S2. He was rector of Ashby-de-la-Zoucii, in 1630, at which date he made 
his will. I have no account of his wife, but he had a daughter — 

Saka Hildersham, born about 1607. This is all I know ol the family of 
the Rev. Arthur Hildersham, excepting his sou- 
Rev. Samuel Hildersham, rector of West F"eIton, born about 1605. 

1582. The name " Lomax " occurs in the Rochdale Parish registers, from 
1582101616. This^^is published by Lt. Col. Fishwick, F. S. A., 8og, cloth, 
1 888; price, los. 6d. 

1584. In 1584 Parliament enacted a law expelling R. C. priests from Kng- 
land in4o days. William Parry came to iLUgland to assassinate the queen, 
with the Pope's approval, but lost his own head. 

1585. In 1585 the reign of Pope Gregory XIII. commenced. 



'46 A. D. 1591. 

15S6. NICHOLAS GRIMSHAW, son of Mary Callerall and her hus- 
band, John Grimshaw, was born October 13, 1586, and died March S, 1662. 
He married Helen Rushvvorth, daiij^hter of Robert Rushworth, of Reddlesum 
Hall, Yorkshire. Slie died 1662. Their children are— 

Accidentally killed. / Lj- -/-^'*' 

Died March 8. 1662. 

Slain at Dro-heda. // / >^ 

"f y^ 



Thomas Gkimshaw, born about 1612. 


John Grimshaw, 


" J614. 


Nicholas Gri.mshaw, 


" i5i6. 


Robert Gkimshaw, 


" i6i8. 


Mary Gkimshaw, 


" 1620. 


Jane Gkimshaw, 


" 1622. 


Margaret Gkimshaw, 


" 1624. 


Thomas Gkimshaw, , ' 


" 1626. 


Anne Gkimshaw, 


" 1628. 


Elizabeth Gkimshaw, ' 


" 1630. 


Eleanor Grimshau', 


" 1632. 


Catherine Gkimshaw, ' 


" 1634- 



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1587. On August 13, 15S7, Manteo, an Indian chief, was baptized on 
Roanoke Island, N. C, and given the title, '• Lord of R(janoke;" and on the 
iSth of said month, at the satne place, Virginia Dare, daugliter of Ananias 
and Eleanor Dare, was born — the tirsl child of the Knglish race on the 
American continent ; and Dare 1 ounty, N. C, is named in c(>m|)liment to her. 
— Churc/nnav, vol. 67, p. ^05. 

1558. ANDREW GRIMSHAW, son of Mary Cottcrall and her husband, 
John Grimshaw, was born about 155S, and married Jane lialstead, daugliter 
of Thomas Halstead, of High Halstead. 

1588. Andrew Grimshaw was born in tlie year in which Philip II., of 
Spain, fitted out " The Invincible Armada " to conquer England. It consist- 
ed of 130 vessels, besides caravals, 2,680 cannons, 8,450 sailors, 2,oSS gallc-y 
slaves, 19,295 soldiers, 1,355 volunteers, 180 priests and monks, Martin Alarco 
Vicar of the Inquisition, with a full supply of fetters, whips, thumb screw- 
and other Roman Catholic instruments for the conversion of the Englisli 
heathen. At the Netherlands the force was increased to 55,000 men. Tiie 
Armada had the blessing of Pope Sixtus V. After laboring for a time with 
English sailors, 55 shattered vessels and less than 10,000 starving men of the 
Armada returned to Spain in October, with no English converts. 

1559. RICHARD LOMAX, of Little Lever, Eng., " yeoman," was bi>rn 
about 15S9. His will was proved in 1634. 

'Z' 1590. RICHARD GRIMSHAW, son of Mary Cotterall and her husband.; 
John Grimshaw, was born about A. D. 1590, and married Mary Nutter, daugli^ 
ter of James Nutter, 

1590. In A. D. 1590 there were two Popes, first Pope Sixtus V., and then 
Pope Urban VII. 

1591. In A. D. 1591 there were two Popes, first Gregory XIV., and Ino- 
ccnt IX. next. 



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^j 1591. l,A\VRRNCE LOMAX, horn about 1591. He is niciUioned as 
Iwiililt'of Eye, in Suffolk, En};land, at p. 577, Calendar to State Papers, 1633. 
He was Hailifi 72 years alter tlie date of tlie record of tlie Loniax of Eye coat 
of arms. He probably is the son of the last named Lawrent Loniax in tliat 
record. It is pretty certain that lie is a member of the sixth generation of 
linj^lish Lomaxes. He was bailifl 206 years after the birth of the orij^inal 
1 aurent Eomax. It is (]uite probabk; that the Christian name of the eldest 
son for six 5;ent.raliuns w<i.-, in English, " Lanrtuce." The fact that he lived 
in I'-ye, and that the Christian nanie is the same as the eldest son of his an- 
cestors f(jr five j;eiierations, inilic:ate him as iheii successoi'. He probably 
bore the Lomax coat armour. I think that Joshua Lomax was his eldest son. 
U is |>robal)lc that he was the lieii of this Lawrence l,omax. 

i546. JERX'ASK LUMMAS, is named in the church records of West 
iVlton, Shropshire, in 1627. He was born about 1594. It is stated in " Notes 
and Oueties," second seiies, yf)l. S, p. ^98, that his dauj;hter's surname was 
" Lomax," as follows: 

Anne Lomax, born aljoul 1633. This is one case in which the name 
umrnas " was chanj:;ed to the name "Lomax." 

1594. ANNE CxRIiMSJL'WV, daii-hler of Mary Cotterall and her husband 
Nichol.is Grimshaw. was born about 1594, and married Simcm Haydock, u\ 
His and forth, Fin.uland. 

y'^ 1596. ^LAUGAKE^ GRIMSHAW, dau>;ht.^r of Mary Cotterall and her 
liu^band John Giimshaw, was bt)rn about A.I). 1596. and married Robert 
Ikskelh. 

16.0 ROl'.ERT RVniiR of Wisbeck, County Cambridge, kaigland, was 
born about A. I). i6cx). His son was — 

■' Riiv. Huui.m' Rydkk of Bedworlh, County Warwick, born about A. D. 
1629. 

1601. In A. I). 1601. in the last speech of Queen Elizabeth, after appeal- 
ing to the judgment of God, she said, " Never thought was cherished in my 
hi-art that tended not to my people's good." Her closing words were, 
"Tliough you have had, and may have, many princes more mighty and wise 
sitting in this seat, yet you never had, or shall have, any that will be more 
caiefnl and loving." The truth of these words is her grandest monument- - 
more lasting than stone or brass. 

,'j i6o2. JOHN LOMAX married Mary Eogg.daughterof Joan and Richard 

J I' ogg, of Harwood, Lancashire, England. She "suffered recoveiy" of her 
father's estate at Harwood ami married John Lomax, who was born about 
A. D. 1602 Their children are— 

JOHN Lomax, born abcnit A. D. 1664; sold estate to Richard. 
/ JAMKs Lomax. " " " 1666. 

' Richard Lomax," " " 166S; bought John's estate. 

Joshua Lomax, " " " 1670; (.W^d saus issue. 

Miriam Lomax, " " " 1672. 

Mary Lomax, " '* " 167.4. 



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48 



A. D. 1609. 



Alice Lomax, " " " 1676. The father bore the " Loinax of 

Harwood" coat of arms. By this marriage the Fogg estate passed into this 
brancli ol the Lomax family. 

J603. In A. D. 1603 Ehzabeth died and James I. was made king March 24. 

1603. Tlie Lomax family had witnessed affairs in England 176 years at 

the death of Queen Elizabeth, olso many important transactions in America. 

Bartholomew Gosnold builded the first house in the Colony of Massachusetts 

this year. 

1605. In A. D. 1605, there were two Popes, ist, Clement VIII., and 2nd, 
Leo XI. 

1607. In A. D. 1607, Jamestown, in the Colony of Virginia, was founded. 
which proved to be the firsl permanent town in what is now the .Slate of 
Virginia. 

1607. On the tenth Sunday after Trinity, August 9, A. D. 1607, on the 
Monhegan Island off the coast of Maine, was held the fast Thanksgiving ser- 
vice on our North American shores. The Rev. Richard Seymoure of the 
Church of England, conducted the services, in accordance with the Prayer 
Book. — T//C Chut ch-iiian, vol. Ixii., p. 7/0. 

1607. This year, 1607, the Frenchman, Champlain, allied with the Hurons 
against the Five Nations, which included the Onondagas, Senecas, Cayugas. 
Oneidas and Mowhawks. 

1609. THOMAS LOMAX, of Harwood, was born about A. D. 1609. 

This cut of a coat armour, with the genealogical 
record in part of those who had it, are handed me by 
Rev, Henry Joshua Lomax, M. A., Vicar, Stoke- 
Golden, Hinckley, England. Here I introduce the 
following historical extract: 

The Lomax- Fatm/y.—Th'\^ branch have resided 
at Harwood, near Bolton, ever since 1644, and one d 
them, Thomas, had hereditaments in that part, which 

was termed Lomax's Manor-house, or in many deeds 

;f«^?m^§^H^F^rt "Lomax's Fold." This is mentioned in the Duchy 

*r ~ ^ papers of the incjuest-posi-mortem, durmglhe rt igns 

of Henry VH. and Charles I. During the seige of Bolton we fmd Robert 
Lomax, gentleman, of Bradshaw Hall. 1644. In the Churchyard of Bolton 
I'arisii Chinch, we find an epitaph thus: "To the memory of Nathaniel 
Lomax, of Breighment, who departed this life, July 27th, 1690. The scidptor 
has figured a bible, laying open, containing the following eni[)hatic words: 
'•The law came by Moses; but grace and truth came by Jesus Christ." An- 
gels are depicted on each side of the book, in the act of adoration, The arms 
of the Lomaxes are quarterly, first and fourth, per pale, or. and sa. on abend, 
ccMitirsed eini. three escallops gu. Crest out of a ducal coronet or. a demi-lion 
gu. holding an ascallop of the first. Granted i^i^y-l^hiiUe's Uistory qf 
Hollon, p. ^97. 



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1609. ROBERT LOMAX, "geiitk-man," of Bradsliaw Hall, in A. D. 
1644, is mentioned in Whittle's History ol Bolton, was born al)out A. I^. 1609. 

1610. SIR THOMAS LUNSP^ORD, Knt. and Bart, was born in England 
. about A. 13. 1610. After the fall of Cliarles I., whose cause he had esr>oused, 

he came to America to escape the fury of Parliament, then nnder tiie usurper, 
Cromwell. He died at Jainestown, Virginia, ami was buried in the churrhyaid, 
WilHamsburg. His daughter — 
' CATHERiNri. LuNSFOKiJ, boni about A. D. 1645, married Hon. Ralph 

Wormley. 

1612. RICHARD LOMAX, son of James Lomax of Pillsworth. England, 
was born A. D. 1612. I learn the date of his birth from Fishwick's History of 
Rochdale, p. 429, in which it is staled that his father died December 4, A. D. 
1624, at which lime Richard's age was 12. By the same authority I learn that 
in the Manor Survey of A. D. 1626, the heirs of James Lomax are reported to 
hold a messerage in Tadmorden calleti " Igesin gham Towne," (BernsUaw 
Town). From ilie Lomax's the property went by purchase to the Townleys 
ofTownley. 

•7/^ 1614. JOHN GRI^'^SHAVV, son of Nicholas Grimshaw and his wife 
yllelen Rushwortli, was born A. D. 16^4, and died March 8, A. D. J662, aged 
/^ 48. He married Annie Clothursl, daughter of Abraham Clothurst, of Brom- 
/ ley. Their children are — , 

Richard Grimshaw, born about A.D. 1636, "living 1664." , 

Nicholas Grimshaw, " " " 1738. student at Douay. / ^^ 

Helen GR]^LSHAw, " " " 164Q. / ^~^ 

John Grimshaw, "' " " 1642. J S''^'" 

Mary Grimshaw, '* " " 1644. 1 ^— _yf-^ 

1616. "LAWRENCE LOMAX, my old friend in Ainsworth, England, re- 
moved with his wife to brought to Middleton to be burryed, aged 81, 

September 1697." If Lawrence Lomax was Si at his death in A. D. 1697, then 
he was born A. D. i5i6. The above sketch is taken from the Diary of Oliver 
Heywood. In the list of " estates probated," in a former page, there is the name 
of Lawrence Lomax, on whose estate letters of administration were granted 
in A. D. 1697, the year in wliich he died, probably. I think these two are one 
and the same man. The Lawrence Lomax above named is not one of those 
born in Eye, county Suffolk, heretofore mentioned, but the Christian name 
indicates that he is a near relative to them. 

1616. The famous Pocahontas visited London this year. 

1 3 1618. ROBERT GRIMSHAW, son of Helen Rushworth of Rcddlesom 
Hall, Yorkshire, and her husband Nicholas Grimshaw, was born about A. D. 
1618, and married Anne Hall, daughter of Francis Hall of Sherberne. 

1619. JOHN LOMAX, of Harwood, England, "yeoman," was born 
about A. D. 1619. His will was proved A. D. 1664. 



50 



A. D. 1624. 



1619. A. D. 1619, June 1, the first Colonial Assembly of Va., met at 
Jamestown. It was the first representative body in America. 

1620. December 21, A. D. 1620. the Mayflower landed loi " Pilgrims " at 
Plymouth Rock. 

1621. In A. D. 1621 the reign of Pope Paul V. commenced. 

1622 JANE GRIMSHAW. daughter of Helen Rushworth of Reddlesom 
Hall, Yorkshire, and her husband Nicholas Grimshaw. was born about A. IX 
1622,' and married Richard Eyves of Fishwick, England. 

1623. In A. D. 1623 the reign of Pope Gregory XV. commenced. 

1624. JOSHUA LOMAX, ESQ., born in Bolton Parish, Lancashire, in 
the township of Harwood, about A. D. 1624. and died in A. D. 1685. He was 
the founder of the Lomax Charity, to the Bolton .School, where he was edu- 
cated derived from an estate situate in Harwood. He was born at Bnghtmet 
Fold 'afterwards resided at St. Alban's, Hertfordshire, and, it is thought, an- 
cestor of Robert Lomax, whose name appears in a Mancnester Directory for 
1788 as " Robert Lomax, HarwAod, fustian manufacturer, Bank St.. White 
Horse Hanging Dach. "-Bar/on^s Local Notes. An extract from his (Joshua 
Lomax) will is fixed on the wall of the Harwood Church. He purchased the 
manor of Childwickburg, in Hertfordshire, about A- D. 1666, and was Baihfl 
AD. 1674, and died A. D. 1685. The date of his birth, and his having the 
same coat of arms which Lawrence Lomax had indicate that he was successor 
and heir to said Lawrence Lomax. 

Extractfrom the will of the late Joshua Lomax, Parish BoUon-le-mors. 
Lancashire, England : 

" From ye will of Joshua Lomax, late of St. Albans, Esq.. who was born 
in this parish, dated ye XXVI. day of December MDCLXXXV. Whereas 1 
have purchased ye messuage mills and lands in Haiwood and let them for 7 
pounds a year, I do give and order ye same for ye charities herem after men- 
tioned. And first my will and desire is that ye Vicar. Minister or incumbent 
of ve Parish Church of Boulton shall upon the Lord's day called Whitsunday 
yearly preach forenoon and afternoon from that choice text Matthew VI. 
chap , verse XXXIII—' But seek ye first ye Kingdom ol God and his right- 
eousness and all these things shall be added unto you ;' and for his pains I 
give him one pound yearly. And I will that XI. poor house keepers within 
Ihe Hamblets of Breightmet and Harwood who on the said Lord's Day bring 
to Church so many of his or her family as conveniently may come and give 
diligent attention to ye sermons forenoon and afternoon shall have VI. pence 
each. I heartily pray that some vile wretch may come for ye VI. pence and 
may be catched and converted. And for that I was bred and had my edu- 
cation in Bolton School in my time most famous for learning I will if any poor 
scholar go to any of ye universities of England or Scotland, in order to be a 
minister" of ye word of God where friends are not able there to maintain h.m 
he shall have IV. ps, X. sh. paid him when he sets forth, and at the year's end 
V. ps. and every year for V. years, ye sclioolmaster to have V. ps. for his pains 



A. D. 1629. 51 

in instructing. I will the Vicar or Minister aforesaid do preach on \e Lord's 
day before such scholar sets out, on the text aforesaid for which he shall have 
X. s. In case that there shall not be a scholar qualified to receive ye charity 
1 will ye said Y. ps. go towards putting forth poor boys of ye said hamblets, 
apprentices; lei me prevail upon the said minister to make it his scope and 
aim by demonstration and argument to convince his auditors what I have ex- 
perienced that ye very vay to be rich and to live plentifully and happyle here 
and to enjoy Heaven hereafter is to be just and holy, and that honestly [sic] 
and just dealing is ye most excellent policy, and that if there were no here- 
after, nor account to be given, yet to get this world's riches is to deal justly 
with man, for who will deal with a deceitful man ; if he cozens me once its his 
fault; but if twice it is my fault. I hope that by such craft and ye blessing of 
God thereon some soul may be catched, convinced and called and ye God uf 
heaven give a blessing to their endeavors ; ye reward I give them is but paper 
and pack thread to the reward they shall receive if they be faithful, for ye ac- 
cord itself carries its reward and will follow them to comfort cheer and refresh 
them in the great day of account." 

The will from which the above extract is taken is dated 20S years ago. It 
is copied verbntutn. It is kindly furnished me by Rev. Henry Joshua Lomax, 
Vicar Stoke-Golden, Hinckley, England. All J know of the children of this 
Joshua Lomax is his son and heir — 

Joshua Lomax, born in Bolton Parish, Lancashire, about A. D. 1657. 

1625. In A. D. 1625, March 27, James I. was made king of England. 

^"7^ 1626. THOMAS GRIMSHAW, son of Helen Rushworth, Reddlesom, 
England, and her husband Nicholas Grimshaw, of Clayton Hail, England, 
married the widow of William Duddell, of Longridge, England, and was born 
about A. D, 1626. 

/ -y^ 1628. ANNE GRIMSHAW, daughter of Helen Rushworth and her hus- 
band Nicholas Giimshaw, of Clayton Hall, England, was born about A. D. 
162S, and married W. Keys, of Ripon, England. 

1629. REV. DUDLEY RYDER, of Bedworth, county Warwick, Eng- 
land, son of Robert Ryder of Wisbeck, county Cambridge, was born about 
A. I). 1629. He married Anne Bickley, fourth daughter of Richard Bickiey of 
Hallonghton, county Warwick, who was a younger brother of Sir Francis 
Bickley of Alebrough, county Norfolk, Baronet. Their children are — 

Marv Ryder, born about A. D. 1654. 

Annk Rvuer, ' J656. 

Sarah Ryder, " " " 1658. 

El.IZAHETH RVDKR," " " 1660. 

Richard Ryder, " " " 1662. 

Hknedict Ryder, " " " 1664. 

Francis Rvder, " " " 1666. 

Dudley Ryder, " " " 1668— ol Nunestoii. 

7629. In A. D. 1629, Rev. Francis Higginson, with 200 others, reached 
Salem, Mass., and established " Puritanism " at that place. 



52 A. D. 1635. 

1630. In A. D. 1629, Oliver Cromwell, a young man " of no accoiml" ap- 
, peared in Parliament. — Huyne. 

7^ 1630. ELIZABETH GRIMSHAW, danghter of Helen Ruslnvoith and 
her husband Nicholas Grimshavv of Claylon Hall, was tjorn about A. D. 1630, 
and married Richard Tempest of Broughton. 

f-3 1632. ELEANOR GRIMSHAW, daughter of Helen Rushwonh and her 
husband Nicholas Grimshaw, of Clayton Hall, married John Tounley, of 
Hurstwood. She was born about A. 1^. 1632. 

1632. WILLIAM LOMAX, of Turlon, England, was born about A. D. 
1632. His will was proved A. D. 1677. 

1632. THOMAS LOMES, of Lothbury, London, was born about A. D. 
1632. His name ajipears in the Calendar of State Pai>ers, p. 559, in A. D. 
1662. 

1632. A. D. 1632, King Charles granted Maryland to Sir George Calvert, 
Lord Baltimore, who died before the grant was signed, and then it was made 
lo his son Cecillius. 

1632. This year, 1642, Massachusetts founded a representative govern- 
ment. 

1633. ANNE LOMAX, daughter of Sara and jervase Liunmas, of West 
Felton, was. born about A. D. 1633. Copied from the Cliurcli recoril, " 1653. 
Francis Tallents, puiilique Preacher, Mis. Anne Lomax, niece to Mr. Hilder- 
sham, Rector West Felton," which is her marriage record. 

1633. COL. SAMUEL (}R1FF1N, born about A. D. 1633. He married 
Sara. Their daughter is — 

Katherine Griffin, born March 16, A. D. 1664. 

1633. In A. D. 1633, the first Baptist congregation was formed in Eng- 
land, when the Baptists left the Church of England.— C'/;. Ec, vol. 2/,/. 62S. 

1634. JOHN LOMAX, ofAinsworth, England, born about A. D. 1634, 
died and his will was proved A. D. 1679. The ne.xt John Lomax is probably 
the same man. 

1634. JOHN LOMAX, born about A. D. 1634, was buried in Bolton 
Parish, England, November 13, .A. D. 1679. — B0//071 Joutnai. July i, A. D. 
1889. 

/3 1634. CATHERINE GRIMSHAW, daughter of Helen Rushwoith and 
her husband Nicholas Grimshaw of Clayton Hall, was born about A. D. 1634, 
and married Robert Square. 

1635. In A. D. 1635, Massachusetts iMomulgatetl a "Bill of Rights," de- 
claring that God's peo{)le should be governed by the laws of God to .Moses, 
ami the General Court sentenced Rogers Williams lo exile. 

iGiy NATHANIEL LOMAX, l)orn A. D. 1635 of Si. Andrews, Holborn, 
"baclielor " aged 27, and Katherine Widnell, "widow," 29, at St. Clement's 
Danes or Gray's Inn Church, licence to marry, June 10, A. I). 1662. 



A. D. 1637. 53 

f/4^ 1656. RICHARD GRliMSMAW, sonofAnneClothurstandherluisband 
, Joliii Grimsiiaw, was born about A. D. 1636, and married Elizabeth Tempest, 
jj> daughter of Stephen Tempest of Broughton. He was living in A. D. 1664, at 
Treston Guild as Richard Grimshaw of Clayton. Their daughter was — 
Susannah Grimshaw, born about A. D. 1658, died A. D. 1727. 

1637. REV. [OHN LOMAX. was born in England. A. D. 1637. and died 
at North Shields, A. D. 1694. He married Catherine Gray, September i. A. 
D. 1659. Their children are — 

Ralph Lomax, born August 22, A. D. 1660, died the same year. 

Susannah Lomax, born Feb. 6, A. D. 1663, died Nov. 23, A. D. 1722. 

Mehetable Lomax, born October 9, A. D. 1665, died June 17, A.I). 1683. 

John Lomax, born January 7, 1667, died the same year. 

Catherine Lomax, May 10, A. D. 1668. 

RoHHkT Lomax, born Dec. 12, A. D. 1670, died Dec. 23, A D.1670. 

Edward Lomax. born April 3, A. D. 1672, died December 25, A. D. 1672. 

Frances I,oma.\, born October 19, A. D. 1673. 

John Lomax, born hVb. 4, A. D. 1674, died Sep. 25, A. D. 1729. 

All exIyaR Jro})i Calamy's History of ejected and silenced ininisiers: 
"John Lomax, of Emm.muel College, Cambridge, on leaving the Uni- 
versity, lived with his mother at Newcastle; and after sometime was invited 
to Wooler, where he was highly esteemed. Lord Gray, to whom the town 
cliiedy belonged, had great respect for him, and often invited him to his house 
at Chillingham. He continued iiere till the Restoration (of Charles II.), and 
then, rather tiian act without the full approbation of his own conscience, he 
chose to leave the place, and removed with his family to North Shields, where 
he practiced physic and surgery, and kept an a|>othecary's shop~-there being 
then no other in the place. He there preached to a congregation from whom 
he had but four pounds per annum, and could scarcely have supported his 
family had not his mother, a woman distinguished for piety and discretion 
given him assistance from a jointure which she had by Mr. lionnar, an 
eminent merchant, who died Mayor of Newcastle; a man of so much worth, 
and of so public a spirit that he deserves to be remembered with honor. 

"Mr. Lomax, too, suffered much from his non-Conformity in the reign of 
Charles II.; and though never imprisoned, he was .often forced to leave his 
home, and was not a little exposed in travelling about the country in all 
v?eathers; but dod still supported him, and iiis good mother maintained him ; 
she spent her time in a most devout manner, and much of it in reading; when 
her son came to see her on Charles' Indulgence, she told him that was the 
last time she should read, that she verily believed she was kept alive for the 
support ol him and his family, that now God had restored liberty, she should 
l)e removed, as no valuable puri)ose could be answered by having her life 
I)rolonged. She accordingly died the next day, and he did not long survive 
lier. He was a man of very comely aspect and a pleasant humour, yet grave 
without adectalion. His ((inversation was so agreeable and obliging thht lie 
was valued by all that knew him. He was of a very even temper, and was 
never seen rulHed or heard to rail at any person or party. 



54 A. D. 1638. 

*' He was just to every man's character, and when he could not commend , 
was silent; he was a judicious antl solid preacher, and thougli he was used to 
notes, not so common in this country as other parts — that did not at all 
hinder his accejitance. He was so reserved as to his opinions about Clnirch 
oovernment that very lew besides his most intimate fi lends were acquainted 
with them. He broke communion with no good people whose terms were 
not unscriptual. He was a man of substantial and polite bearing which Bishop 
Cousins, a prelate of great integrity, though very high in his notions of eccle- 
siastical polity, did him the justice to acknowledge. When Dr. Carlwiight, 
then Prebendary of Durham, afterwards made a Bishop by King James, took 
occasion in the presen e of Bishop Cousins to reflect upon Mr. Lomax, 
among other dissenting ministers, the Bistiop said to him: 'Dr., hold your 
tongue; to my certain knowledge John Lomax is a learned man.' Indeed 
that learned prelate seemed more solicitous to get him to conform than any 
preacher in the country, and though he did not succeed, he often spoke of 
jjim in terms of respect." 

According to a record in a London library, a John Lomax, of Jesus 
College, Cambridge, was graduated B. A., A. D. 166S, and M. A., A D. 1672. 
If these dates are correct tliat must have been another John Lomax. The 
above sketch says he was of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. 

We are informed, by Hume, tliat after the restoration of Ciiarles II. to his 
throne, in A. D. 1662, Parliament enacted a bill of uniformity, by wliich it was 
required that every clergyman 

1. '.'Should be re-ordained, if he had not before received Episcopal 
ordination ; 

2. "Should declare his assent to everything contained in the Book ol 
Common Prayer ; 

3. "Siiould take the oath of canonical obedience; 

4. "Should aV)jure the Solmn League and Covenant; and 

5. "Should renounce tlie principle of taking arms on any pretense what- 
ever against the King." 

For not conforming to tiiis bill the Vicar of Wooler was ejected from his 
living. Hume says over 2,000 Presbyteriaii Clergymen left their cares in one 
day, rather than conform to the requirements of the Act of Parliament. It is 
probable that Rev. Joim Lomax was one of those clergymen. In support of 
this opinion 1 will say Calamy's history aliove referred to is a Presbyterian 
publication. Rev. John Lomax may be a son of Lawrence Lomax, if so — 
he was of the ytii generation of English Lomaxes, and iiis father was about /j6 
years old at his birth. He is ancestor of the Virginia branch of the family. 

1637. This year, 1637, the New England people ca|)tured 200 Pecjuod 
Indians, whom they reduced to slavery; and is also the year when they im- 
ported negro slaves. 

1638. THOMAS LOMAX, Harwood, Bolton, England, born about A. D. 
1638; and his will was proved A. D. 163K. 

1638. This year, 163S, commencing June i, there were earthquakes 
throughout New England which lasted 15 days. 



A. D. 1643. 55 ,V JX r 

1638- This year, 1638, is tlie one in which Joliii Harvord founded Har- 
vord College. 

1638. LAWRENCE LOMAX, of Eye in Suftolk, England, had arms 
j;r?.ntcd to him in A. D. 166S, according to the report of one of the colleges o{ 
arms in London. That dale is about 176 years after the first grant of arms to 
Lavvrenl Lomax, which was abovit A. U. 1492. The pen sketch of tliis re- 
ported arms has no reference to, and no similarity to, the first arms. 1 doubt 
the truth of the reported grant of A. D. 166S. 

1639. In the year 1639 the people of Connecticut f^ormed a written con- 
stitution which is claimed to he the first known to history. 

1639. In the year 1639 ^1"=^ Massachusetts "Puritans" made a law prohibit- 
ing "drinking toasts." 

1640. In A. 1^. 1640 the reign of Pope Urban VIII commenced. 

1640. JAMES LOMAX, burn about A. I). 1640; of Pembroke College, 
graduated A. li. in A, D. 1665, and M. A. in A. 1). 1669. 

1640. RICHARD LOMAX, of Lever Parish, England, born about A. D. 
1640, died and his will was proved A. L). 1685. 
1^ 1640. HELEN GRIM.SH AW, (huighter of Anne Clothurst and her Inis- 
i)and John Grimshaw, was born about A. I). 1640 and married John Clarkson 
of Cowhill. 

1640. JOHN LOMAX, born al)Out A. D. 1640, of Pembroke College, 
Cambridge, graduated A B. in A. D. 1665, and A. M. in A. I). 1GG9. 

642. JOHN GRIMSHAW, son of Anne Ciotiuirst and her husband 
John Grimshaw, was born about A. 0.1642, and married Jemiet Cunliffe ot 
Spaith, England, daughter of Robert Cuulilfe ai;d heiress of her brother 
Christopher CunliiTe. She died December 16, A. D. 1663, aged 48. It iscjuite 
probable that Johr. Grimshaw's birth was before A. D. 1642. 

1642. In the year 1642 the Colony of Virginia established the Church ot 
Knglantl and suppressed non-conformity. 

1643. JOHN LOMAX, born about A. D. 1643. He was a graduate of 
Jesus College, Cambridge, R. A. in A. D. i65S, and A. M. in A. D. 1672. He 
may be a son of Joslnia Lomax. 

1643. This year, 1643, Thomas Fairfax and Oliver Cromwell attained 
marked success as military commanders. 

1643. In A D. 1643, Sir Hem y Vane the younger and other commissioners 
of Parliament went to Edinburgh and formed a confederacy with the Scotish 
Presbyterians and nation, known as "Solemn League and Covenant." It ef- 
faced all other vows of botii nations. The subscribers to it mutually agreed 
to defend each other against all opponents. They bound themselves to en- 
deavor, without respect to persons, to extirpate " Popery, prelacy, superstition, 
heresy, seism and profaneness." They bound themselves "to preserve the 



^^m. 



56 A. D. 1646. 

reformed religion established in the Church of Scotland." Tlie members of 
Parliament siibscriljed this Solemn League and Covenant, and ordered it to b, 
received by all who lived under their authority.— ///<7«ir, v. 5, />. 26J. 

1643. This year, 1643, I^^manuel Downing, Esq., tiie ablest lawyer in tin.' 
Colony of Massarhiiselts, made a written argument in favor of making a war 
on the Narragansetl bidians, in which he said, "I doubt if it be not a synuc 
in us, having the power in our liands, to suffer them tom.iyntayne the worship 
of llie devil, wliicli their pow wows often do. =■ * If upon a just war, the 
Lord should deliver them into our hands, we might easily have men, women 
and ciiildren to exchange for Moors (negroes), whicli will be more gaynefiil 
pillage for us than we conceive, foi' I do not see how we can thrive until v,l 
get into a stock of slaves sufficient to do all our business." -yV<:;;^'j His. p. 10. 

1643. This year the infamous Pope, Urban VIII , issued a bull approving: 
the murders, and l)ltssing the Irish Roman Catholic murderers who had two 
years before, on St. Ignatius' day, commenced the mindei of men, women 
and children, ;nici had murdered 25,000 persons. 

1643. HON. RALPH WORiMLliY, was born about A. D. 1643, and 
married Catherine Lunsfurd, only daughter of Sir 'Pnomas Lunsford. They 
had a dauglUer — 

liLiZABHTH VVoRMi^iiY, bom about A. D. 16H2. Slie married John 
Lomax. 

/jr^^ '^'44- MARY GRIMSHAW, daughter of Anne Clolluirst and her hus- 
band John Grimshaw, was born about A. D. 1644, and married John Hey wood, 
of Urneston, England. 'Pheir tlaughter is— / (j 

Rebecca Hevvvood, born about A. D. 16S5, died in A. D. 1772. /-^" 

1645. NATHANIEL LOMAX, of Breightment, Lancashire, was born 
about A. D. 1645, and died July 27, A. D. 1690. His death is dated on his 
tombstone, in Bolton Parish. 

1645. This year, i6.}5, the Puritan traitors of Parliatnenl murdered l)ishop 
Laud. 

1645. This year, 1645, a ship left Salem, Mass., after a carg(j of negro 
slaves. 

1645. LAWRENCE LOMAX, ESQ., of St. Clement Danes, was born 
about A. D. 1645. In " Marriage Licences by X'icar General of Archbishop of 
Canterbury," is this record, " 1675 5/G P'ebruary 22. Lawrence Lomax of St. 
Clement Danes, ICsq., widower, about 30, and Letlice Harris, of St Martius- 
in-the-FMelds, Si)inster, about 26, and at own disposal, at St. Lawrence. 
Poultney, London." 

1646. Tliis year. 1646, George Eox founded the Ouaker denuminatioii ; 
tile "Puritans" of Windsor, Con, executed one person on tiie charge of 
■Ji-itchcralt; Chief Justice Sewel, of Massachusetts, held that negroes rated 
with horses and hogs, and the stock ol negroes became so l,n ge in Massachu- 
setts, that Dr. Dclknaj) says, young negroes and mulattoes were sometimes 
given away like puppies.— ^I/orrj' Uis. 



A. D. 1655. 57 

1647. LAWRPZMCE LOMAX, of Eye, in Suffolk, was horn about A. D. 
1647. Extract from "Marriage Licence Faculty Ofike," ''1677. May 26. 
Lawrence Lomax of Eye, county Suffolk, widower, and Mirabella Haydon ol 
St. Dunrlan, in West London, Spinster, 2S, her parents dead ; at St. Mary 
Magdaline, Old Fish Street or the Chapel of Sergeant's Inn, Fleet Street, 
London. About two years before tiiis. Lawrence Lomax, Esq , widower, had 
licence to marry Lattice Harris. It is possible that there was no marriage in 
either of these cases. It is possible that Lawrence Lomax of London, was 
a gay and fickle young widower, and after obtaining licence to marry Miss 
Harris, jilted her, moved to Eye, and in two years and three months obtained 
licence to marry Miss Haydon. But I think they were two several Lawrence 
Lomaxes; and thus u'rite them in these sketches. Rut tiie fact that he was a 
widower in both cases, raises a presumptioii that these two are one. 

1648. On June 5, A. D. 1648, the " Puritans " of Boston executed Margaret 
Jones on a charge of " witchcraft ;" and their brother '• Puritans " o( Connecti- 
cut executed Mary Johnstone on a like charge. 

1648. On May 18, 1648, the revolutionists of England declared the 
" Commonwealth." 

1648. The thirty years' war commenced A. D. 1618 and ended A. D, t6.i8. 
alter the slaughter of 10,000,000 men. But Pope Inocent X. tried to continue 
the slaughter. The war was commenced by the Emperor and Pope to crush 
out Protestantism. — Ch. Ec. v. 10, p. (5/?. 

1649. On Jan. 30, A. D. 1649, the Cromwell gang murdered KingCharles 
I. Cromwell, the hypocrit, addressing the conunons against the king, said, 
"Even I myself, wiien 1 was lately offering up petitions for his majesty's re- 
storation, felt my tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth, and considering this 
preternatural movement as the answer which heaven having rejected the 
king, has sent to my supplications," eXc.—Hunie, v. 5, p. sjo. 

1651. In A. D. 1651, the "Puritans" of Connecticut executed Mrs. Car- 
rington and Goody Basset t, on charge of " witchcraft." 

1652. LAWRENCE LOMAX, of Ainsworth, England, was born about 
A. D. 1652, and his estate was administered in A. I). 1697. 

1653. The traitor Cromwell was made "Protector" Dec. t6, A. D. 1653. 

1653. In A. D. 1653, tiie '-Puritans" of Fairfield, Con., executed Goody 
Knapp on a charge of " witchcraft." 

1654. JAMES LOMAX, of Brekmett, luigland., marrieil Esther Hey- 
wood, Jan. 21, A. D. 1679-80.— O/Zz'-?*- /Jfywood's Diary. He was born about 
A. D. 1654- 

The following marriage recortl differs a little in date but reters to the same 
case: "1680. June 21. Esther Heywood and James Lomax, of Hreckmett, 
married." 

1655. In A. D. 1655, the reign of Pope Inocent X. commenced. 



58 A. D. 1660. 

1656. In A. D. 1656, the " Puritans " of New England exemplified the 
sincerity of their desire for religious freedom in expelling Quakers from their 
colonies. 

1657. JOSHUA LOMAX, son of Joshua Lomax, was born in Bolton 
Parish, Lancashire, England, about A. D. 1657. He bore the Lomax of Eye 
coat of arms, and was a member of Parliament in A.D. 1708. His children are — 

Joshua Lomax, born about A. D. 1670. died in infancy. 
Ruth Lomax, " " " 1683. 

Caleb Lomax, " " " 1692. 

Besides which there were four otiier daughters. The exact dates of their 
births are quite uncertain. The children were born at Childwickbury. 

1657. In A. D. 1657, the "Puritans" of Massachusetts fined, whipped and 
condemned the Quakers to banishment. On the first conviction one of their 
ears was to be cut off; on the second conviction the other ear was to be cut 
off; and on the third conviction the tongue was to be bored with a red-liot 
iron. In case any one should harbor one of "the accursed sect," he was fined. 
And this year a woman who came from London to Boston rebuked the 
magistrates and was whipped with 20 stripes. 

1657. HUGH LOMAX, of Cccr Hilton, England, was born about A. D. 
1657, and his estate was invoiced in A. D. 1702. 

1657. THONfAS LOMAX, ESQUIRE. In "County Genalugies," under 
the head of " Pedigrees of Hertfordsliire P';inii!ies," it is noted that Richard 
Ryder, of Cloisters of West Smiihfield, London, married Anne Lomaxi 
daughter of Thomas Lomax, Esq., of Bovingdon. He was born about A. D. 
1657, All I know of his family is said — 

Anne Lomax, born about A, D. 168S. 

-7^" 1658. SUSANNA GRIMSHAVV, daughter of Elizabeth Tempest and 
her husband Richard Grimshaw, was born about A. D. 1658, and died in A. D. 
1727. She married Ralph Shuttleworth, son of Nicholas Shuttleworth of Gaw- 
thorpe, England. He was the son of Richard Shuttleworth. 

1658. SARAH RYDER, daughter of Rev. Dudley Ryder of Bedworth. 
was born about A. D. 1658, and married Samuel Billio. Her mother was Anne 
Bickley, daughter of Richard Bickley of Halloughton, Co. Warwick, England. 

1659. In A. D. 1659, t^ic Massachusetts "Puritans" amused themselves 
by hanging two Quakers. 

1660. May S, A. D. 1660, Charles II. was made king, and the Cromwell 
gang went out of control. 

1660. WILLIAM TAYLOE, born about A. D. 1660, in London, England, 
married Ann Corbin, daughter of Henry Corbin. He is said to be the first of 
the name who came to America. Their children are — 

John Tayloe, born about A. D. 1690. 

Ann Tayloe, ' 1692. 



A. D. 1668. 5$ 

1660. Tliis year, i56o, the Boston "Puritans" hanged the Quakers, Mary 
Dyer and VVilHam Leddra; and the Hartford "Puritans" lianj;ed Mr. and 
Mrs. Greenwood on charges of witchcraft. 

1660. ELIZABETH RYDER, daughter of Anne Bickley and her hus- 
haiid Rev. Dudley Ryder of Bedworth, Co. Warwick, was born about A. D. 
if)6o, and married Mr. Hardinge. 

1661. HENRY LOMAX, of Brigiitmet, England, was born about A. D. 
1661. His will was proved A. D. 1706. 

il56i. In A. D. 1661, Rene Mesnard, a Jesuit missionary, was lost in the 
woods on Kewena Peninsula, on Lake Superior, and never afterwards seen. 

In A. D. 1661, the Savoy Conference revised the Prayer Book. 

1662. JAME.S LOMAX, born about A. D. 1662. was a "weaver'' ot 
Sharpless. Elngland, and his will was proved A. D. 1707. 

1662. In A. D. 1662, the Royal assent was gived to the revised Prayer 
Book. 

1662. RICHARD RYDER, of the Cioristers, of West Smithfield, 
■'mercer," son of Anne Bickley and her husband Rev. Dudley Ryder, of Bed- 
worth, was born about A. D. 1662. He married Elizabeth Marshall, a second 
wife. Their children are— 

Richard Ryder, born about A. D. 16S7. ^ ^ ^ ^^ .^ ^. ,, 

William Ryder, " " " 16S9. 

1664. KATHERINE GRIFFIN, daughter of Col." Samuel Griftin, was 
born March 16, A. D. 1664, and married Mr. Fauntelroy. Their children are— 

William Moor Fauntelroy, born about A. D. 1686. 
Griffin Fauntelroy, born about A. D. 1688. 

William Fauntelroy, 1iorn about A. D. 1690. The fatfef died and the 
mother married Mr. Gwynn. Their children are — 

Elizaiseth Gwynn, born Dec. 31, A. D. 1692, died Jan. 28, A. D. 1744. 
Sarah Gwynn, " " 20, '' 1695, " Sep. 4, " 1734. 

J667. In A. D. 1667 the reign of Pope Alexander VII commenced. 

1667. JAMES LOM.^X, born about A D. 1667, died and letters of ad- 
ministration were granted on his estate in A. D. 1712. He was an innkeeper 
in Bolton, England. 

1667. In A. D. 1667, an Act of the Colony of Virginia declared that 
" Baptism is consistent with a state of slavery." 

1668. J.AMES LOMAX. a " weaver " of Cccr Hulton, England, was born 
about A. D. 166S, died and iiis will was proved A. D. 1713. In England 
" Hilton " is sometimes written " Hulton." 

1665. In A. D. J[668 King Charles declared that 300 Parishes were 
vacant. 



6o A. D. 1675. 

166S. In A. D. 1668, Claude Dablon and Jacques Marquette established 
a mission at Sault de Ste. Marie, whicii was the first white settlement in 
Michigan. 

166S. RICHARD LOMAX, son of Mary Fogg and John Lomax, was 
born at Harwood, England, about A D. 1668. His children are — 
John Lomax, born about A. D. 1701. 
Kleanok Lomax, '" •' " 1703. ''""''' 

Alice Lomax, 1705. 

Richard I^m?ix bought the estate of his brotlier Jolin. 

1668. DUDLEY R^■DER, son of Anne Bickley and her husband Rev. 
Dudley Ryder, was born about A. D. 1668, and married Catherine Shide. He 
is of Nuneston, Co. Warwick, England. 

1670. In A. D. J670 tlie reign of Pope Clement IX. commenced. 

"' 1674. JOHjV LONL^X, son of Catherine Gray and her husband Rev. John 
Lomax, was born in North Shields, England, Feb. 4, A. D. 1674. He died on 
his plantation, Port Tobago, Va., Sept. 25, A. D. 1729. His body was buried 
in the garden on his homestead. He married Elizabeth Wormley, June i, 
A. D. 1703, daughter of Catherine Lunsford and her husband Hon. Ralph 
Wormley, of Catherine Co., Va. Catherine Lunsford was an only daughter oi 
Sir Thomas Lunsford. Elizabeth Wormley was born in A. D. 1682, and died 
in A. D. 1740. Their children are — 

Lunsford Lomax, born Nov. 5, A. D. 1705, died June 10, A. D. 1772. 

Catherine Lomax, " Oct. 5, " 1707. ..^ 

Susannah Lomax, " Sep. n, '' 1710. 

John Lomax, " Jan. 4, '' 1719, died in infancy. 

Frances Lomax, " June 9, " 1715. The last four have no de- 
scendants. 

Sir Thomas Lunsford is mentioned in Clarendon's history. He had been 
a partisan of King Charles I., in the civil war, and was so obnoxious to the 
" rump" Parliament that he was forced to leave England and betake himself 
to the Colony of Virginia. On Oct. 24, A. D. 1650, he had obtained a patent 
for lands lying around Port Tobugo, on the Rapahannock river. Through his 
marriage a large part of this grant wasacquired by John Lomax and descended 
for generations to the Lomax family of Virginia. 

1674. JAMES LOMAX, born about A. D. 1674, of Cu.-r Hulton, yeoman," 
England, died and his will was proved A. D. 1719. 

1674. This year, 1674, the Puritans allowed the Baptists to hold meetings 
in Boston. 

1674. John Milton, the l^oet, died Nov. 8, A. D. 1674. 

J675 JOSHUA LOMAX, born about A. D. 1675, at the manor of Child- 
wickbury, graduated B. A. at Brasen Nose College, Oct. A. D. 1700, and B.C. 
L. in Marcli A D. 1705, Oxford University. 

1675. A. D. 1675 is the year in which Sir Christopher began the erection 
of St. Paul's Cathedral in London. 



A. D. i6S5. . 6r 

1675. In A. D. 1675, Marquette, the French missionary, died on the 
eastern shore of Lake Micliigan, May 18. 

1675. ALICE LOMAX, a widow of Bolton, England, was born about 
A. D. 1675, died and her will was proved in A. D. 1720. 

1675. ROBERT LOMAX was a wittness to William Penn's will dated in 
May, A. D. 17x2, at Roscomb in Berkshire.— AJtsce//au fa Gc7iealooica Heral- 
dica, vol. /, p. 4. 

1676. In A. D. 1676 the reign of Pope Clement X. commenced. 

1677. ROBERT CAVVDRON, ESQ., of Great Hale, England, was born 
about A. D. 1677. He was father of Ann Cawdron, born about A. D. 1702, 
the first wife of Dr. William Lomax. 

1679. May 27, A. D. 1679. the English Parliament enacted the Habeas 
Corpus law which is one of the safeguards to civil liberty in the United States, 
and all countries in which English jurisprudence prevails. 

1683. RUTH LOMAX, daughter of Joshua Lomax of St. Albans, born 
in A. D. 1683, and married John Holmden, Jan. 16, A. D. 1702. The "Faculty 
Office" has the following record, "1705, Jan. 16, John Holmden of Lincoln's 
Inn, Gent., bachelor, aged about 35, and Ruth Lomax, of St. Albans, Herts: 
Spinster, 19, with consent of her father and mother, John Morse of Lincoln's 
Inn, attests the consent of Joshua Lofmtx father of said Ruth, at St. Augustine's" 
London. 

16S3. ELIZABETH LOMAX, a spinster of Bolton, born about A. D 
16S3, died and her will was proved in A. D. 1728. 

1683. In Jan., 1683, the city of Philadeli)hia was founded, 
1683. This year, 16S3, Richard Rumi)old, one of Oliver Cromwell's late 
oJ^cers, and others, formed a plot to murder Charles II., and his brother, the 
Duke of York; but one of the conspirators betrayed the plot. William Russell 
and Algernon Sidney's head.j were cut ofT, Earl of Essex committed suicide, 
and Rumbold ran away. 

1683. MR. LOMAX. In Miscellania Gcvcalogica ef Heraldica, v. /, p. 
215. referring to Etheridge family, and to the execution of purchase deeds of 
a certain manor, is the foliouing : 

"God grant us comfort in it and many years to enjoy it. and accept my 
thanks and ppaise for it, and for ye unspeakable mercy of ye 30th July, 1718, 
by Mr. Lomax, Laus Deo, Amen." 

1684. JOHN LOMAX, of Co-T Hilton, England, born about A. D. 1684, 
died and his will was proved A. D. 1729-30. 

1684. This year, 1684, negro slavery was introduced into the colony of 
Pennsylvania. 

1685. King Charles II. died Feb. 6, A. D. 1685, and James 11. was king ol 
England. 



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62 A. D. 1691. 

16S6. THOMAS LOMAX, born about A. D. 1686, was a graduate of Ox- 
lord University, Brascn Nose College, Feb. A. D. 1711. If he was son of John 
Lomax wlio was born in A. D. 1643, '"s father was 23 j'ears old at his birth. 

16S6. Tliis year, 1686, the Dublin Neivs Letier, the first Irish newspaper, 
was issued, by Joseph Ray. 

168S. In A. D. 16SS, Massachusetts executed Mrs. Glover for "witch- 
cralt ;" and Rev. Cotton Mather prciiched a sermon exhorting tiie people 
to continue such executions. 

1688. ANNE LO.MAX, daughter of Thomas Lomax, Esq.,of Bovingdon, 
Eng., was born about /\. D. 1688, and married Richard Ryder, of tiie 
Cloisters, West .Smithfield, London ; and their children are — 

Richard Rvdkr, 

DUDLEV RVDEK, 
MaRV P.VDEK, 

Lomax Ryder, 

TjiOMAS FiYDER, " " " 1731 ; "ob. 2 Nov. 1812, aet. 81 

Annk Ryder, 

Charlotte Ryder,'' *' " 1735. This sketch is taken from 

Berry's Hert. Geneal., from which it appears that this family lived, and the 
parents were born at Bovingdon. 

1689. In A. D. 1689 the reign of Pope Inocent XI. commenced. 

1689. May 4, 1689, King James II. was in Ireland and aided the Irish Par- 
liament in passing an act of attainder condemning to death, without notice 2 
archbishops, 7 bishops, 64 temporal peers, 83 clergyman, 85 knights, 2, 182 
esquires, 22 ladies, persons who were not Roman Catholics. This murderous 
legislature shows the charactor of an Irish Parliament 204 years ago. 

1689. WILLIAM LOfvIAX, of Turton, England, "yeoman," was born 
about A. D. 1689, died and his will was proved A. D. 1734. 

1689. WILLIAM RYDER, son of Elizabeth Marshall and her husband 
Richard Ryder, was born about A. D. 16S9, and married Mary Burton. 

1690. JOHN TAYLOE, born about A. D. 1690, died in Richmond, Va., 
between Jan. i, A. D. 1744, and Aug. 9, A. D. 1747. He married the widow of 
Stephen Lyde, who was Miss Elizabeth Gwynn, and their children are — 

Wii.UAM Tayloe. born July 8, A. D. 1716; died Aug. 8, A. D. 1726. 

John Tayloe, born May 28. A. D. 1721 ; died April iS, A. D. 1779. 
'7 Bettik Tayloe. born May 28. A. D. 1721 ; died May 15, A. D. 1784. 
y Ann Corhin Tayloe, born Aug. 25, A. D, 1728; died Dec. 5, A. D. 1747. 

1690. On Feb. 13, A. D. 1690, the reign of William and Mary commenced 

1691. MARTHA LOMAX, of Childwickbury. England, was born A. D. 
1691. The record ol " Marriage Licences by Bishop of London " has this en- 
try, " 1721, July 13, Jocelyn Roberts, of .Si. Dunstans, Stepney, and Martha 
Lomax, of Childwickbury, St. Albans, Herts: 30, at St. Michaels in St. 
All^ans aforesaid." 



A. D. 1700- 63 

1692. ANN TAYLOE, daug^hter of Ann Corbin and her husband, 
William Tayloe, was born about A. D. 1692, and married John VVormley. 
They had a daup:hter— ' ' 

Elizabeth VVormlkv, born about A, D. 1712. 

1692. CALEB LOMAX, son of Joshua Lomax of Childwickbury, Herts:, 
England, was born about A. D. 1692. He was a member of Parliament for 
St. Albans, in A. D. 1727, and died in A. D. 1729. He married Mary Rose. 
Their children are — 

William Lomax, born about A. D. 1721 ; died in infancy. 

Caleh Lomax, " " •' 1723; died Dec. 2, A. D. 1786. 

1692. This year, 1692, twenty men and women, at Danvers, Mass., were 
put to death on a charge of witchcraft, and 55 others were tortured to con- 
fession. 

1693. In A. D. 1693 twenty-six people were indicted for witchcraft in 
Salem, Mass., and all but 3 were acquitted, and the 3 were reprieved. The 
Rev. S. Parris, who got up the indictments, was driven from Salem. 

1693. The college of William and NLiry was founded near Williamsburg, 
Va., this year, 1693. 

1693. Dec. 28, A D. 1693, Oueen Mary died and William alone was King 
of England. 

1695. JOHN LOMAS, born about A. D. 1695, was a graduate of Oxford, 
Lincoln College in A. D. 1770. 

1695. During the year 1695, a public Post was established to carr^■ i-lters 
between Philadelphia and the Potomac eight times a year. An early specimen 
of the Post Office establishment in this country. 

1697. JAMES LOMAX, of Little Lever, England, was born about A. D. 
1697, died and letters of administration on his estate in A. D. 1742, were issued. 

1697. The assembly of the Colony of South Carolina, enfranchised the 
Huguenots, and tolerated all Christians except Papists, in A. D. 1097. 

1699. ELIZABETH LOMAX, of Turton, England, was born about A.D. 
1699', died and her will was proved A. D. 1744. 

1699. In A. D. 1699, Cap. Kidd was arrested as a pirate in Boston, and 
sent to England for trial. 

1699. MARTHA LOMAX, of Childwickbury, England, was born about 
A D. 1699. ' The Marriage Licences Faculty Office" has this record, " 1721, 
Sept. 6, Richard Clay, jun., of St. Margaret's, New Fish St., London, citizen 
and draper, bachelor; above 21, and Martha Lomax, of ChiUvickbury, Paiish 
ol St. Michael's, Herts: Si)inster, above 21, at St. Michael's afoiesaid. St. 
Paul's Cathedral or Lincoln's Inn Cliapel." She may have been a daugliter 
oi the Joshua Lomax born about A. D. 1657. 

1700. WILLIAM LOMAX, was born in England about A.D. 1700. He 
came to America and married Ann, daughter of Dr. John Coxe, of Dublin, 



64 A. D. 1700. 

Ireland ; and settled in Rockingham County, in the Colony of North Carolina. 
Their children are — 

William Pemlott Lomax, born Feb. 14, A. D. yjAS; died July 2, A. D. 

1813. 

Thomas Lomax, born about A. D. 1747. 

Robert Lomax, " *' " 1749. 

Nancy Lomax, " " " 1751. 

Tekrence Lomax; " '• " 1753; died Nov. 3. A. D. 1825. 

James Lomax, " " " 1755; died Aug 7, A. D. 1835. 

The children were born in Rockingham County and the father and mother 
died in that county. 

The tradition of this William Lomax, which I have learned, is this: He 
devoted several years to a tlieological education, preparing to enter the priest- 
hood in the Church of England. When that education was completed, he 
became a deist, left the Church, bound himself to a carpenter and joiner in 
London, for a term of seven years. After the expiration of that term, he 
worked at his trade several years in London, and then came to America. 

There was another tradition which was stated to me in writing, by one of 
his great-grand-daughters, whose father was acquainted with his widow, 
which 1 copy as follows: 

"Great-grand-father, [William Lomax], was first sent to Oxford, and 
then to a divinity school. 

" A parish was awarded him, and he preached one sermon ■,^after vshich 
he seemed much troubled. When asked the cause of it, he answ ered that 
his Bible and his creed did not agree. 

"After further consideration he took his Bible and laid it forcibly upon 
the table, and his prayer-book on top of it, bade a final adieu to the m.inistry, 
went to London and bound himself to a builder and architect. After serving 
seven years, he was sent to America to build a church— either on Lord Bal- 
timore's or Lord Raleigh's grant. 

" He was honest at all events. If he had not been, he would not have 
given up a life of ease with the hope of a brilliant future, for which he was 
eminently fitted by education and talent, and taken upon himself one of liard 
labor — all for conscience sake. 

"At about 40 years of age he married Ann Donelly, a young Irish widow 
from Dublin. 

" As to great-grandmother having been the widow Donelly— I think we 
cannot be mistaken. Father remembered her very well— was at her house, 
and frequently told us stories concerning iier. 

"The above are the facts as we have often heard father relate them." 

In his examinations of the records. Prof. Loomis did not find the name of 
William Lomax as a graduate at either Cambridge or Oxford university. But 
I have no doubt of his being a graduate of some English college, not far 
from A. D. 1725. 

He was born about the beginning of the eighteenth century, the com- 
mencement of a period noted in history as one in which deism made a 
tremenduous anti-Christian campaign. It was led by Bolingbroke and Tindel. 



A. D. 1702. 65 

Frederick the s;reat was a patron of the infidel cause. Lessing- and Nickol^i 
were conspicuous in the wicked, furious strife. Voltaire and French co- 
adjutors Joined in the wordy fray. Voltaire exclaimed, in his ejjotistic fury, 
" I am lired of hearing that it took only twelve men to set up Christianity in 
*he world. I will show that it needs but one to destroy it!" Under the waves 
of this surging, storming blasphemy, many professing Christians fell. Dec^ides 
have come and g-one. Voltaire and the rest have gone to their plare. Chisti- 
anily is not destroyed. But our North Carolina ancestor failed to withstand 
the a.ssaults of infidelity. 

He was a fine scholar and a iirst-class mechanic. During his life in North 
CaroHna, he worked at his trade part of tlie time, and the rest was spent 
teaching. His sons were large and strong men and remarkab!y active. 

It is my impression that in becoming a deist lie lost the associates of his 
youth, and sought escape from his native land and former friends in the wilds 
of the Colony of North Carolina. 

He brought with iiim a library of valuable books His wife brought a 
like library from Dublin, and tiie two together made a rare and large family 
library, .superior to any other in tliat part of the country in which they settled. 

Hiswife was born about A. D. 1720, and survived her husband many 
years. I have seen several oC the books, she brought, with the following 
writing on the fly-leaf, "ExLibris, Dr. John Coxe, Dublin, Ireland." written 
in a very nice round hand. 

1700. Tlie advantages derived from their library were manifested in their 
descendants duiing .several generations; who, generally, were well-read in 
history, geography and philosophy— including farmers, mechanics and profes- 
sional men. 

1700. The population of England and Wales was estimated at 5,000,000, 
in A. D, 17^0. 

1700. The Assembly of the Colony of New York passed a law in A. D. 
1700, for hang:ing every Papist whosnould come into that colony. 

1700. Tliis year, 1700, the colony of Maryland established the Church of 
Kngland, and persecuted the Roman Catholics. 

1700. Vincennes, now in the Stat'e of Indiana, was founded A. D. 1700. 

1701. JOHN LOMAX, son of Richard of Harwood, Eng., was born about 
A. D. 1701. His son, Richard Lomax, was born about A. D. 1734. This 
family bore the coat armour of " Lomax of Harwood," which was g:ranted in 
A.D. ,54,. 

1701. " In every parish frcjm Mile End to St. James wgs to be seen, en- 
•lironcd un shoulders of stout Protestant porters, a pope, gorgeous in r-"' 

of tinsel and triple crown of |)asteboard ; and close to the ear of his ^' 
stood the devil with horns, cloven hoof, and snaky tail," 1701.— ;!' 

^. /. ^jy. 

1702. Mobile, now in the .State of Alabama, was foi'- 
J702. Mar. 8, A. D. 1702, Anne was made quee 



66 A. D. 1705. 

,70^■ ELEANOR LOMAX, daiigliter of Richard, ol Harwood, Eng., 
was born about A. D. 1703. She married Miles Bury. Their cluldreu are^ 
John Bury, born about A. D. 1736. 
Ann Bury, " " " ^73^- 

DR WII I lAM LOMAX, Marston. Eng , born about A. D. 1703, and died 
in A d'i76i He married Ann Cawdron, daughter of Robert Caudron, 
Esq., of Hale. She died in A. U. 1736. Their children are- 
Anne Lomax, born about A. D, 1727. 
Jane Lo.max, born about A. D. 1729- 

Eleanor Lomax, born about A. D. 173^- , , .1 .u 

Dr Wm. Lomax. bo,n about A. D. i733- After the mother.s death the 
fatiier married Anne Gunn, of Stamford, and their children are- 
Dr. Iames Lomax, born about A. D. i735 ; died in A. D. 1772. 
Joseph Lomax, born about A. D. 1737- • '■ 

1704. JOHN H. VON LOM. born in A. D. 1704. Was professor of phil- 
osophy in the university of Hardenwyck. 

i"04 In A D 1704 the proprietaries of the colony of North Carc-lina 
atte.npted to establish the Church ot England, but the Quakers and o.h^rs 
defeated the attempt. 

1704. The Boston News Letter, the first newspaper in America, was pub- 
lished A.pr. 2, 1704. 

1705 LUNSFORD LOMAX, son of Elizabeth VVormley and her hus- 
band John Lomax, was born at Port Tobago, Va., Nov. 5, A. 1). 1705, and 
died June 10, A. D. 1772. at his birthplace. He married Mary Edward., 
daughter of William Edwards, of Williamsburg, Va , June 14, ,A..U. 1729- 
They were married by Rev. James Blair, at Mr. Ludwell's. Their children 



are 



Elizaheth Lomax, born June 10, A. D. 1731-; died A. D- 17S2. 
LuNsi^oRD Lomax, born Oct. 3. A. D. r733 ; died Feb. 10, A. D. 1771- 
John Edwards Lomax, born Mar. 21. A. D. i735 ; died July 9. A. U. 
,75s. The mother died at Port Tobago. Mar. 2:, A. D. I733; aud the father 
married Judith Micon, Essex Co.. Va., Jan 1. 1742. She was daughter of Paul 
M.con. of Port Micon. He was a French Huguenot who had fled from 
Roman Catholic persecution to Va. His remains are interred at Port Micon. 
The children by the second wife are — 

Catherine Lomax, born Aug. 15. A. D. 1744; died Nov. 4. A. D. i774- 
Ralph Lomax. born Oct. 14, A. D. 1745; died Oct. 20, A. D. 1770. 
Maj. Thomas .Lomax. born Jan, 25, A. D. 1746; died Oct. 17. A. D. iSu. 
Mary Lomax, born Sept. 20, A. I). 1752. Died May j6, A D. 1S25. AU 
the childrcMi were bom at Port Tobago. The son Lunsford was not married. 
The son John Edwards was killed in battle, July 9, A. D. 1788, in the French 
and Indian war. ll was his first battle. It is .said he was one of fifteen lieu- 
tenants killed in that battle. He was not married. The battle is known in 
history as "Bradock's Defeat." The first wife was buried at Port Tobago— 
so was the second. 



A. D. i7it. 67 

1705. In A. D. 1705 the first church was builded in the colony of N. C. 

1705. ALICE LOMAX, daughter of Richard Lomax, of Harwood, Eng;., 
was born about A. D. 1705, and married William Folding. Their children 
are— 

Hannah Polding, born about A. D. 1742. 
Ellen Folding, born about A. D. 1744. 
Henry Folding, born about A. D 1746. 

1706. RICHARD LOLAX, ESQ., of Piilsworth, Eng., was born about 
A. D. 1706, and died in A. D. 1771, and was buried at Miduldon. He mar- 
ried Rebecca Hey wood, sole heiress of the Claytons and Grimshaws, of Clay- 
ton, through her motiier, Mary, daurjhter of John Grinishaw, Esq., of Clayton. 
She died in A. D. 1772, and was buried at Middleton. Their son and heir 
was — 

James Lomax, Esq., born about A. D. 1725. Anollier statement puts his 
birth in A. D. 1727, and bis name and family will be found under this dale. 
The father was owner of a freehold estate, Bernshaw 'Tower, in the vale of 
Todmorden, which, by deeds, some without date, is proved to have been in 
the possession of the family from a very early peuod.— lf'kiiaier's Hisimy of 
llhalley, vol. 2, p. 775. Clayton Hall is three miles E. of Manchester, N. side 
of the Ashton Canal, between Newton Heath and Bradford. Clayton Hall 
was surrounded by a mob in King Charles I. 's time, and was owned by the 
Byrons, but was sold to the Cheetiiam family, and then to Mordicai Green, 
Esq., but his son has now sold the place for building plats for collcf^e pro- 
perly, and it is now being builded on. Arms of this [the Clayton Hall] 
family : Quarterly, ist and 4th per pale or. and sa. on a bend corlis'd erm. 
Three escallops gu. for Lomax; 2d org. a Griffin Segrant Sa. armed or. for 
Grimshaw; 3d org. a cross Sa. between four bezants for Clayton. Crest— Out 
of a mural crown, a demi-lion Sa. Collard and holding an escallop. Motto: 
Fata prudcidia major. I think there is a missing family in my notes of the 
Clayton Hall families, but I am unable to clear up the matter. My notes 
make Rebecca Hey wood 21 years older than her husband. 

1707. CATHERINE LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth Wormlcy and her 
husband, John Lotna.x, was born at Fort Tobago, Va., Oct. 5, A. D. -707. 
She married Gorwin Corbin, but left no descendants. 

1707. This year, 1707, the Scotch parliament passed an Act of union 
with England, Jan. 6, by a vote of no to 69; and the English parliament 
passed the same Act Mar. 6, the same year. 

1708. WILLIAM LOMAX, of Turton. Eng., was born about A. D. 170S, 
a yeoman, died and his will was proved A D. 1753. 

1708. This year, 1708, the Committee of the Englisli Commons reported 
that "the Slave Trade is important and ought to i)e free." 

1711, JOHN LOMAX, of Harwood, Eng., yeoman, born about A. D. 
J7:i } died and his will was proved A. O. 1756. 



68 A. D. 1721. 

1711. This year, 1711, the Swiss founded New Berne, on the Neiise 
river, in Carolina. 

1712. " ADAM LOMAX was a Soh'citor, and grandsire 01' Adam Loinax, 
also a Solicitor at Bolton. "*' * He resided at Hygher Dunscar, the present 
dwelling; of Robert Armistead, E^q. * * He died Dec. 8th, 1789, aged 77." 
— Barlon's Local Gleani7igs of Bol/oti, Eng. 

1712. This year, 1712, the yellow fever raged in North Carolina. The 
beseigin.s: Indians were whipped at Detroit. Pennsylvania resolved that "it 
was neither just nor convenient to set them [negroes] at liberty." .South 
Carolina resolved that it was right to baptize slaves. North Carolina sold 
Indian c;<ptives as slaves, thus following in the footsteps of New ]",ngland in 
enslaving "the noble red man." 

1 71 2. ELIZABETH WORMLEY, daughter of Ann Taylor and her hus- 
band John Wormley, was born about A. D. -712, and married William Diggs. 

]7r3. HENRY LOMAX, of Bolton, England, "Ciiapman," was born 
about A. P. 1713, and died and his will was proved in A. D. 17.S8. 

1714. Aug. I, A. D. 1714, George I. was made Kuig of England. 

1714. JOHN LOMAX, ESQ., brother of Adam Lomax, was born about 
A. D, 1 714. He was a Solicitor at Bolton, England. — fi'a/Yow'i Local Gleanings- 

1716. JOHN LOMAX, of Turton, England, "yeoman," was born about 
A. D. 1716; died and his will was proved A. D. 1761. 

1717. ELIZABETH LOMAX, of London, was born about A. D. 1717. 
The S. Peter, Corn Hill, London, Parish register, has this record, " 1737. May 
29, James Best, of Lincoln's Inn, County Middlesex, bachelor, and Elizabeth 
Lomax, of St. Clement's Danes, Spinster, in said County — Licence." 

1717. HON. PRESLEY THORNTON, of Northumberland House, in 
the County of Northumberland, born about A. D. 17 17, was a member of the 
king's council; and had a son— 

Capt. Presley Thornton, born about A. D. 1750. 

1719. ABEL KNIGHT, a Quaker, born in the colony of Pennsylvania, 
about A. D. 1719, married Rachel Hare, a Pennsylvania Quakeress, born about 
.A. D. 1721. They moved to Guilford County, in the Colony of North Caro- 
lina; and there raised a large family of children. They belonged to " New 
Carding Meeting," and the greater part ol the family was hurried in "New 
Garden Graveyard." Among their children was— 

Sakah Knight, born in Guilford County, Aug. 28, A. D. 1749. She mar. 
ried William Pemlott Lomax, and was his second wife. She died in Orange 
County, Ind. 

■ 1720. PETER LOMAX, ofAinsworth, England, " yeoman," born about 
A. D. 1720, died and his will u'as proved in A. I). 1756. 

1721. HON. JOHN TAYLOE, born May 28, A. D. 1721. son of John and 
Elizabeth Tayloe, and married Rebecca Plater, daughter of Hon. George 



A. D. 1727. 69 A 1 

Plater of Maryland. July 11, A. D. 1747; and died April 18, A. D. 1779. Their 
children are — 

Elizabeth Tayloe, born about A. D. 1748. 

Rebecca Tavloe, '• " " 1750 ; died Jan. 7. A. D. 183s. 

Ann Corbin Tavloe, ' 1753 ; died Jan. 27, A. D. 1835. 

Eleanor Tayloe, " '• '• 1754; died Feb. 23, A. D. iSrs. 

Mary Tayloe. ' 1756; died Jan. 27. A. D. 1S35. 

Catherine Tayloe. " " '• 1758; died Dec. 7t„ A. D. 179S. 

Jane Tayloe, " " •' 1760; died May 10, A. D. 1816. 

John Taylof, " " •' 1762; died Feb. 29, A. D. 1S2S. 

Sarah Tayloe, *• " " 1764; died Sept. 3. A. D. i§34- 

1721. BETTIE TAYLOE, daughter of Ann Corbin and Iier husband 
John Tayloe, born May 28. A. D. 1721, and died May 15, A. D. 1784. She 
married Richard Corbin of Jarnesville, Va., June 9, A. D. 1737. 

1721. LOMAX RYDER, son of Anne Lomax and her husband Richard 
Ryder, was born at Bovingdon, England, about A. D. 1721 ; " ob : 6th Oct. 
1779 uet, 58 hurried at Bovingdon." He married Mary, daughter of William 
Norman of Henly, upper Thames. 

1723. CALEB LOMAX, son of Mary Rose and her husband Caleb 
Lomax, was born at Child wickbury, Hertford County, England, about A. D. 
1723, and married Hannah Shallett. He was sheriff A. D. 1753, and cUed Dec. 
2, A. D. 1786. Their children are — 

Edmund Shallett Lomax, born about A. D. 1748. 

Hannah Lomax, born about A. D. 1750. The mother died and the 
lather married Susannah Lawrence, and their children are — ,,y , (,,.,, 

Joshua Lojtax, Esq., born about A. D. 1753. 

Elizabeth Lomax, " " " 1755. 

Matilda Lomax, '• " " 1757. 

Susannah Lomax, " ■" ' " 1759. 

Caleb Lomax, 1761. All bornat Childwickbury. 

Edmund Shallett is recorded "Of Netley Place, Surry County. 

1723. This year. 1723, Benjamin Franklin went (rom Boston to Phila- 
delphia. 

1727. JAMES LOMAX, ESQ.. of Clayton Hall, son of Rebecca Hey- 
wood and her husband Richard Loma.x, gent., of Pillsworth. JCngland, was 
born A D. 1727. His mother was daughter of John Heywood. Urneston. He 
married Elizabtth Lord, who died at Harrogate, Sejit. 8. A. 1). 1803, aged 78. 
and was hurried at Altham. Their children are — 

Richard Grimshaw Lo.max. born A. D. 1763, and died Jan 22, A. D. 
J837. 

James Lomax, Capt.. born A. D. 1765, ancf died Apr. 15. A. D. 1805, aged 
40, and was buried at Altham. He was Captain Roj-al Lancashire Volunteers- 

John Lomajc. born about A. D. J767, and died young. 



?« A. D. 1727. 

Elizabeth Lomax, born about A. D. 1765. and died Aug. 5, A. D. 1858, 
aeed 93. and was buried at Hiirsle;reen. She married Francis Michael 
Trappes, Esq . of WidiJ Hall, near Harrogate, Yofkshire. Dec. 4, A. D. 17S8. 

LOMAX OF CLAYTON HALL. 

The late James Lomax, Esq , of Clayton Hall, county Lancaster, D. L., 
born 1803; married, November, 1845, I'" lances Cecilia Verda, eldest daugiiter 
of Charles Walmsley, Esq., of Weslwood, and died March 26, 18S6. 

Lineage. — Richard Lomax, of Pilsvvorth, was owner of a freehold estate, 
Bernshav/e Tower, in the vale of Todmorden, which, by deeds, some without 
date, is proved to have been in the possession of the family from a very early' 
period. He married Rebecca Heywood, ofUrneston, sole heir of the Grim- 
shaws, of Clayton, through her mother, Mary, daughter of John Grimshav/ 
Esq., of Clayton. Their son and heir, 

James Lomax, of Clayton Hall, married Elizabeth Lord, and had (with a 
daughter, Elizabeth, married Michael Erancis Trappes, Esq., of Midd Hall 
county York) three sons: Richard Grimshaw, of whom presently ; James, 
in the Royal Lancasiiire Volunteers ; and John — died young. The eldest 
son, 

Richard Grimshaw Lomax, Eiq , of Clayton Hall, married, Jul)-, 1797. 
Catherine, daughter and iieir of Thomas Greaves, Esq., banker oJ Preston; 
and had issue: 1 Richard, died s. p., aged 22. II. John, heir to his father. 
III. James, of Clayton Hall. IV. VVilliarn, in holy orders of tlie Churrli of 
Rome. V. Edmund. VI. Walter. VII. Charles. VIII. Thomas, married, 
20 June, 1837, Mary Frances, daughter of the Rev. Charles Sanders. Vicii of 
Kelton with Tixover, Rutland, son of Edward Sanders, Esq., by Christian 
Wgolston, his wife ; and has had issue— 

1727. 1. Richard Grimshaw, died 1853. 

2. John, died 1847. 

1. Mary, married William Francis, Segar, and has a daughter, Helen 
Mary Mariana, born 27 Aug., 1859; married, Nov., 1882, David Hovell, Esq, 

2. Helen, married 10 Jan., 1866, T. B. Trappes, of Hanley House, Cle- 
theroe, Major 4th ball., Lancashire regiment, and has issue— five sons and 
three daughters. 

3. Gwendalen Elizabeth, died 1846. 

L Elizabeth, died unmarried, Sept., 1836. 

Mr. Lomax died 20 Jan., 1837, and was succeeded by his son John Lotnax, 
Esq , of Clayton Hall, born 9 Aug., i8or, J. P.. who married 29 Nov., 1836, 
Helen, 2d daughter of John Aspinall, Esq., of Standen Hall, county Lancaster, 
but died s. p., 15 July, 1849, and was succeeded by liis brother, tlie late James 
Lomax, Esq., of Clayton Hall. * * * Burke's Landed Genhy. 

It is not stated in the descriptioii ol the coat armour ol "Lomax (jf Clayton 
Hail," whether the arms were granted, 01 assumed after the granting of that 
distinction ceased to be regulated by visiting committees. It is stated that it 
waa made up out of the tormer coats armour of the Loma.x, the Grimshaw and 



A. D. 1733- ' 71 

ihe Clavton families. Tlie three escallops are taken <rom the coat of ftrms 
granted to Lawrent Lomax, of Eye in Suffolk. He was born in Lancashire. 
The jjrant of his arms was made about A. D. 1492. Tlie three escallops 
clearly identify tiie "Lom^x ol Clayton" family with the Lawrent Lomax 
family of Eye in Snflolk. 

The attention of the reader is invited to the " Lomax of Harwood " coat 
armour described on a former page. It was granted in A. D. 1541, 49 years 
after the grant ol coat armour to Lawrent Lomax of Eye in Suffolk. It has the 
running greyhound between three escallops. Crest — The demi-lion out of a 
ducal coronet. MoX.\.o-'' Fide /cs Semper. " It is probable that the Lomax 
part of the " Lomax of Clayton Hall" coat armour was taken from the 
" Lomax of Harwood " armour. But th6 chief figures of the latter were taken 
from the original Lawrent Lomax armour. It is really of no historical im- 
portance whether the " Lomax of Clayton Hall" armour was taken from the 
first or the second granted, because the second was chiefly taken from the 
first. The rules as stated in Encyclopedia Briltanica, refered to in a former 
page, applied to this case, clearly indicate that the family of Eye in Sufiolk, 
the family of Harwood and the family of Clayton Hall, are all, genealogically, 
one. In fact the description of the three several coats armour indicates to the 
mind of the commonest observer, the oneness of the several families. 

1727. June 26, A. D. 1827, George II. was made King of England. 

1728. REV. RANDOLPH EKINS, was born in England about A. D. 
172S. His daughter was — 

Matilda. Ekins, born about A. D. 1751. She married Joshua Lomnx of 
Childwickbury. 

1731. ELIZABETH LOMAX, daughter of Mary Edwards and her hus- 
band Lunsford Lomax, was born at Port Tobago, Va., June 10, A. D. i75i' 
She married Reuben Skelton, and afterwards [ohn Wayles, Esq., an eminent 
lawyer in Virginia, whose home was called "Forrest " in Charles City Co. 
The wife had several children by her second husband. One, Martha Wayles, 
became the widow of Barthurst Skelton, and married Thomas Jefferson in A. 
n. 1772, at the age of 23. 

1733. DR. WILLIAM LOMAX, surgeon, son of Ann Cawdron and her 
husband Dr. WiUiam Lomax, was born in A. D. 1733, and died in A. D. I7.'i9. 
He married Elizabeth Moore, , who died A. D. 1793, aged 84 years. Their 
children are — 

Elizaheth Lomax, born about A. D. 1755. 

Anne Lomax, " " " 1757. 

Jane Lomax. " " " 1759. The head of this family is 

the son of Dr. Wni. Lomax of Marshton. I think there is a mistake in the 
wife's age, but I am unable to correct it. 

'733- JAMES BOYD, born about A. D. 1733, came to Craven Co., S C, ^ / 
from Va. He was of Scotch descent. He died in a Tory prison during the A 
revolutionary war. Among his children was — 

Rev. Samuel Boyd, born in Craven Co., S. C, May 21, .'\. D T763. 



72 A. D. 1745. 

1734. RICHARD LOMAX, son of Jolin Lomax, was born at Harwood, 
Enj;., about A. D. 1734. He liad an estate at Harwood, and his will was 
proved A D. 1779. His son and heir was — 

RoHKRT LoMAX, horn about A. D. 1767 ; died A. D. 1814. 

173s. DR. jAMRS LOMAX, son of Ann (junn and lier husband, Dr. 
William I.oinax. of Marstoii, ICn^;., was liorn about A. D. 1735. He died A D. 
1772 His first u'ift- was Esther . Their children are — 

Iank Lomax, born about A. D. 1756 ; died young. 

Esther Eoma.n, born about A D. 1757 ; died young. 

Iamhs 1,omax, born about A. D. 1759; died young. The second wife was 
Kathetine Wright, who died A. D. 1774. Tiieir children are-— 

Annk Lomax, born alioui A. D. 1760; died young. 

KATtfERiNR Lomax, born about A. D. 1762 ; died young. ; 

|oHN Lomax, born about A D. 1763 ; died young. 

Johanna Lomax, born about A D. 1765. ^;! 

Elizabeth Lomax, born about A. D. 1766. 

Katherine Lomax, born about A. D. 176S. 

Dr. James Wright Lo.max, born about A. D. 1770; and died A. D. 1870. 

Anne Lomax, born about A. D. 1772. 

173<S. ANN BUR'S', daughter of Eleanor Lomax and iier husband, Miles 
Bury, \\'as born about A. D. 1738, and married James Brownlow. She 
belongs to the Harwood branch of the Lomax family. 

J741. WILLLAM LOMyVX, of Harwood, Eng., "miner," born about 
A. D. i74r — died and his will was proved A. 1). 1786. 

1741, This year, 1741, the British government sent an expedition of 
35,000 men, who b^^sieged Carthagena, South America, but a fever besieged 
the uiL-n, v.'ho retreated with a loss of 20,000. 

1744. CATHERINE LOMAX, daughter of Judith Micon and her hus-- 
band Lunsford Lomax, was born Aug. 15, A. D. 1744. She married Dr. James 
Roy of Essex County, Va. Dr. Roy was a Scotchman, and came with a brother 
from Scotland. His last will is yet preserved in the County Clerk's office, 
dated 175S. Of their children were — 

MUNGO Rov, born about A. D. 1764. 

James Rov, " " " 176G. There are many descendants of 

these two sons. A daughter Sue, who married her cousin Taliafero, and had 
a daughter. Another daughter married a Micon ; another married a Mercer, 
another .1 (Jarnott, and another a Hill. 

1745. WILLIAM I'EMLOTT LOMAX, son of Aim Cox-.- and her hus- 
band. William Lomax. was born in Rockingham County, in the Colony of N. 
C, Feb. 14, A. D. 1745, died July 2, A. D. 1.S13. He learned the trade of a 
millwright, and worked at his trade the greater part of his life. He married 
and liad a son — 



A. D. 1746. 73 

A, Ij. i-j&h . 

William Lomax. born about A. D. 1772, and died 1S23. The motlier 
died and the father married Sarah Knight, daughter of Abel KnifWit of Guil- 
ford County, in the Colony of N. C. She was born in said counry An;;. 2S, A. 
D. 1749. Their ciiildren are— 

Robert Lomax, born June 25, A. 1). 1775; died in Ilhnois. 

{Iannah Lomax, born Dec. 23, A. 1), 1776; died in Missouri. 

loNATifAN Lomax, born l^ec. 6. A. 13. 1779; died in Ind., in A. L). 1846. 

Ahel Lomax, born July 6, A. \). 1782; died June 4, A. D. 1857. 

Rachi:l Lomax, born Nov. 17, A. 1). 17S4; died Nov. 24, A. 1). 1S47. 

AsAHEL Lomax, born Feb. 15. A. D. 17S7; died in Mo. about A.l). 1S53. 

Alfred Lomax, born Dec. 25, A. D. 1790; died Feb. 14, iSSi. 

The father ol tliese children died in Wilson Co., Tenn. July 2, A. D. 1813 ; 
and the mother died in Orange Co., Ind. She was a Quaker the greater part 
of her life, but the last few years of her life she was a Methodist. Sb.e was a 
robn.st and strong woman, and descended from the Pennsylvania Knights. 
The father was a gigantic specimen of physical manhood, and never met an- 
other of equal strength. 

1745. JAMES LOMAX, Horsley, England, was born about A. D. 1745. 
He was a "fanner " who died and his estate was administered u[)on A. D. 1790. 

1746. MAJOR THOMAS LOMAX, son of Judith Micon and !ier husband 
Thomas Lomax, was born Jan. 25, A. D. 1746, and died Oct. 17, A. D. iSii. 
He married Ann Corbin Tayloe, daughter of Rebecca and Hon. John Tayloe. 
of Mt. Airy, Richmond Co.. Va., May 25, A. D. 1773- The Rev. Mr. Gilburn 
performed the ceremony. The wife was born June 7, A D. 1753. and died at 
Fredericksburg, Jan. 27, 1S35, and was hurried at Port Tobago. Their clrl- 
dren are — 

Judith Lomax, born Sept. 25, A. D. 1774 ; died Jan. 19, A.D. 1828. 

Rebecca Tayloe Lomax, born May 13, A. D. 1776; died June i, A.D. 1856. 

Thomas Lunsford Lomax, born Nov. 24, A.D, 1778; died May 29, 
A. D. 1S05. 

Judge John Tayloe Lomax, born Jan. 19, A. D. 1781 ; died Oct. x, 
A. D. 1862. 

Catherine Lomax, born Jan. 11, A. D. 1782; died April 11, A. D. 1S62. 

Ralim Lomax, born July 26, A. D. 1783; died July, A. D. i«r4. 

Elizabeth Mary Lomax, born Nov. 27, A. D. 1785 ; died June 3, A. D. 
1866. 

Maj. Mann Page Lomax, born Feb. 15, A. D. 1787; died March 27, 
A. D. 1842. 

Eleanor Lomax, burn March 20, A. D. 1788. 

Edward Lloyd Lomax, born Aug. 31, A. D. 1789; died Nov. 24, A. D. 
i8i8. 

Sarah Taloe Lomax, born Jan. 27, A.D. 1794; died Oct. 12. A. D. 1812. 

The daughter Judith died and was hurried at St. George's Churchyard, 
Fredericksburg, Va. Rebecca, Thomas L., John T. and Catherine, died at 
Fredericksburg, Ralph was not married and died at Port Tobago. Mann P. 



yil 



74 A. D. 1748. 

died at Waterlown, Mass. Eleanor died in Caroline Co., Va., not married. 
Edward L. was not married, nor was Sarah T. married. 

1746. A printed memorial circular of the late Benjamin Ogle Taj-loe, says: 
'•Major Thomas Lomax, of Port Tobago, in Caroline county, had a beautiful 
estate on the Rappahannock River. He married Ann Corbin Tayloe in 1773. 
He was the father of the eminent jurist, John Tayloe Lomax, Professor of 
Law in the University of Va ; and of Major Mann Page Lomax, in the U. .S. 
army, an accomplished officer and brilliant wit." 

Major Lomax, the head of this family, was appointed on the Conmiittee 
ol Safety during the Revolutionary War. But all the service he did on the 
Committee v/as the giving of a large dinner party to the British officers, 
at Fredericksburg, as tradition hands down the matter. In the early days of 
our history, our forefathers paid much more attention to style and equipage 
than we do. This family used to drive from their plantation to church in 
Fredericksburg with a-coach-and-six. Afterwards, when reduced to a-coach- 
and-four, the lady wept bitterly over her poverty and humiliation, as tradition 
tells us. 

1746. CHARLES LOMAX, born about A. D. 1746, married Elizabeth 
Smith, at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, Jan 11, A. D. 1771. 

1746. JOSHUA LOMAX, born about A. D. 1746. The "Marriage 
License's Faculty Office " has this record—" 1776, Dec. 12, Joshua Lomax, of 
Ciirist's Church, London, widower, and Dorothy Freeman, of All-Hallows- 
in-the-Wall, widow, at Christ's Church aforesaid." 

1747. THOMAS LOMAX, son of Ann Coxe, and her husl)and, William 
Lomax, was born in Rockingham county, N. C, about A. D. 1747; and mar- 
ried Lucy , Jan, 30, 1772. Their children were born in said county, and 

are — 

Moses Lomax, born Dec. 26, A. D. 1772; and died in his native county. 
Elizabeth Lomax, born Dec. 25, A. D. 1774. 
William Lomax, born Apr. 12, A.D. 1777; died young. 
Margaret Lomax, born Nov. 16, A. D. 1779; married Mr. Nicks, and 
went to Tennessee. 

1747. The head of this family was in fair circumstances as a farmer. He 
had all he wanted to support himself and family. He was large in stature — 
good natured, jovial, and a noted story teller among his associates. They 
were in the regular practice of spending their Saturdays at the neighboring 
village, where they drank their toddy, told their stories, and enjoyed ihem 
selves. He was well read, and enjoyed telling his associates of the wealth, 
learning and intelligence of his ancestors. 

1747- ESTHER LOMAX, of Bolton, England, "spinster," born about 
A. D. 1747; died, and her will was proved A. D. 1792. 

1748. EDMUND SHALLETT LOMAX, born about A.D. 17.18; son of Han- 
nah Shallett, the first wile of Caleb Lomax, of Childwickbury, Hertfordshire, 



A. D. I75I- 75 

England. He was t^raduated R. A., Oct., A. D. 1774, St. John's College, Oxford 
Unrversity. In the record of Joshua Lomax and his descendants, he is put 
dovvnasthefir>tsonofhisfather, andisstatedtobe "of Netley Place, Co. 
Surry." His youngest brother, Joshua, a .son of his father's second wife, tiie 
seventh child of the family, is reported as the heir of the father, in the family 
record. 

1748. HENRY LOMAS, born about A. D. 1748, was a graduate of 
O.xford University,. Wadham College, in A. D. i773- 

1748. HANNAH LOMAX, born about A. D. 174B, married Thomas 
Jones, at St. Georges, Hanover Square, London. The parish record is this. 
"1768, Dec. II, Thomas Jones, B., and Hannah Lomax, S., married." 

1748. ELIZABP:TH TAYLOE, daughter of Rebecca Plater and her 
•'^ husband, Hon. John Tayloe, was born A. D. 1748, and married Col. Edward 

Lloyd, of Wye, Maryland, A. D. 1767. 

1749. ROBERT LOMAX, son of Ann Coxe and her husband, William 
Lomax, was born in Rockingham Co., North Carolina, about A. D. I749- Of 
his children I linow two— 

Thomas Lomax, born about A. D. 1795. 

William Lomax, " " " 1795- VVhen I vi-sited Thomas, in A. 

D. 1837, he was a prosperous merchant, in Oxford, Mississippi; and William 
was then a farmer in Northern part of Limestone Co., Alabama. The father 
was an intelligent gentleman, had a large part of his parents' books; and 
gave his sons a good English education. 

1749. In the year 1749, slavery was legalized in the Slate of Georgia, on 
condition that the owner instructed the .slaves in religion. 

1749. CAPT. PRESLEY THORNTON, son of Hon. Presley Thornton, 
was born in England, about A. D. 1750. He had a military education, and 
came to Virginia. He was appointed Capt. in the army A. D. I79«> ^^^en 
Washington was commander; the army being raised to repel the anticipated 
French invasion. He had a daughter— 

Charlotte B. Thornton, born about A. D. 1783. 

1750. REBECCA TAYLOE, daughter of Rebecca Plater and her hus- 
K band, Hon. John Tayloe. was born about A. D. 1750, and married Francis 
^ Lighlfoot Lee, a signer of the Declaration of Indepence, and died Jan. 7, A. 

D. 1835. 

1751. NANCY LOMAX, daughter of Ann Coxe, and her husband. Wil- 
liam Lomax, was born in Rockingham Co.. North Carolina, iibout A. D. 
1751 ; and married William Farrington. Her children are— 

William Farrington, born Oct. 7, A. D. 1772. 
Jehu ^'arkington, born May 15, A. D. 1774. 
Absalom Farrington, born May 10, A. D. 1777- 
Mary Farrington, born Jan. 25, A. D. 1779. • 
Temperance Farrington, born June 18, A. D. 1781. 



76 A. D. 1753. 

Nancy Farrington, born Aug. 12, A. D. 1783. 

Nathaniel Farrington, born May 25, A. D. 1784. Of tliese children, 
William and another brother, went to Abbeville, South Carolina. And a few 
years afterwards they went to Augusta, Georgia, and there remained until 
they died. They were blacksmiths. J. A. Lomax, of Meridian, Texas, wrote 
me that their sister Sarah, married Wesley Henderson, a blacksmith in 
Abbeville, moved with her husband to Augusta. Hut 1 am inclined to think 
they had no sister Sarah. 

1750. MARTHA W^AYLES, a daughter of Elizabeth Lomax and her 
husband, John Wayles, Esc]., was born about A. D. 1750, and died in A. D. 
1782. Siie married Thomas Jefferson in January, 1772. They had three 
daughters, one died in infancy, one married Gov. Thomas M. Randolph, 
and the other married Mr. Eppes. The mother descends from John 
Lomax, the Englisman who settled at Port Tobago, Va. 

1751. MAR^' LOMAX, of Horsley, England, "widow, " was born about 
A. D. 1751 ; ar.d died and letters of administration on her estate were granted 
A. D. 1790. 

1751- This year, 1751, is noted as the one in which the Act of 24th 
George II. was passed, Chapter 23 ol which introduced the "New Style," 
making tlie year begin Jan. i, instead of Mar. 25, and making Sept. 3, A. D. 
1752, to be reckoned Sept 14— losing 11 days by which the old calendar was in 
error. 

1752. PETER LOMAX. " Dissolution of Partnership. Apply to Mr. 
Peter Lomax, Ainsworth, Co. Lancasier."— B a r/on's Local Gleanings, of Bol- 
ton, Eng. I guess Peter was born about A. D. 1752. In the Hst of Estates 
Probated, in the fore part of this volume, there is a Peter Lomax. of Ains- 
worth, chapman, whose will was probated in A. D. 1797. I think these two 
are one and the same man. 

1752- This year, 1752, is the one in which Benjamin Franklin's kite 
brought down the lightning from a thunder cloud. 

1752- JOSEPH BIDDLE, ESQ., of St. Germain, Co. Cornwall, born 
about A. D. 1752. His daughter is— 

Mary An.se Biddle, born about A. D. 1782, and married Josiiua Lo- 
max, Esq. 

1753- TERRENCE LOMAX, son of Ann Coxe and her husband, Wil- 
liam Lomax, was born in Rockingham Co., N. C, about .A.. D. 1753. and died 
in Abbeville, S. C, Sept. 3, A. D. 1S25. He mirried Sarah Short, in Abbe- 
ville Co. Their children are — 

Aaron Loma.x, born May 5, A. D. 1789; died Dec. 9, A. D. 1S48. 
Seaborn Lo.ma.x, born June 5, A. D. 1792; died Nov. 9, A. D. 1869. 
Maria Loma.x, born Oct. 27, A. D. 1794; died June, 1871. 
The mother died Sept. 13, A. D. iSi i, and the father married Mrs. Martha 
Crews, Nov. 22, A. D. 1812. She died in Holmes Co., Miss., of llux, Aug. 15, 



A. D. 1755- 77 

A. D. 1856, and was hurried at "Shady Grove Church." Their children are — 

Sydney Lomax, born Oct. 20, A. D. 1813; died Oct. 3, A. D. 1877. 

James Avkry Lomax, born April 28, A. D. 1816; died Jan. 25, A. D. 189?. 

DoKOTHv Lomax, born Sept. 16, A. D. 1821; died Aug:, i^, A. D. 1885. 

Tillman Lomax, born Oct. 22, A. D. 1823; died Aug. 27, A. D. 1876. 

All tht; children v^ere born in Abbeville Co., S. C. The father was a 
wealthy planicr, ;;.tid provided liberally for some of his older cliildren. An 
English claim against his plantation, swept his property away, and at his 
der.th lie had but litl'e properiy, and his widow and younger cliildren had to 
struggle for th'^r living. Tiiey were Methodists. 

1753. ROBERT LOM^\X, of Harwood, England, was born about A. D. 
1753- Joshua Lomax is said lo be his ancestor. His "name appears in a 
Manchester Directory for 1788, as ' Lomax, Robert, Harwood, fustian manu- 
facturer, Bank St,, White Horse, Hanging Ditch ;' the White Horse being 
where he met his customers. In Rain's Directory for 1824-5, his name appears 
also as ' Loma.x, Robert, velveteen manufacturer, etc., Harv.'ood.' Robert 
Lomax was father to Robert Lomax, a Justice of the Peace, for this division 
of the county, commonly called 'Justice Lomax,' who died about 30 or more 
years ago. He was uncle (on the maternal side) to Mrs. Snape, the much 
respected wife of R. J. Snape, Esq., surgeon, now of 22 Charley New Road, 
Bolton. Robert Lomax, tlie elder, resided at, and gave name to, ' Lomax Fold, ' 
Harwood, wliich name, (in more modern time), has been changed into 
that of 'Harwood Lodge,' at present owned and occupied by Mr. |ames Lever, 
wholesale grocer, Town Hall Square, Bolton. Robert, otherwise 'Justice 
Lomax,' lived and died at 'Lomax Fold.'"— Bar/on's Local Noies. The 
manufacturer's son— 

RoBKKT Lomax, born about A. D. 17S0— known as "Justice Lomax." 

1753. JOSHUA LOMAX, Escjuire, of Childwickbury, son of Susannah 
and Caleb Lomax, was born about A. D. 1753. He married Matilda Ekins, 
daughter of Rev. Dr. Randolph Ekins. Their children are — 

Joshua Lomax, born about A. D. 1780. 

Georgiana Matilda Lomax, born about A. D. 1782. 

1754. ELEANOR TAYLOE, daughter of Rebecca Plater and her hus- 
band, Hon. John Tayloe, was born about A. D. 1754, and died Feb. 23, 
A. D. 1815. She married Ralph Wormley, of Ro.se Gill, Madison Co., Va. 

1754. CATHERINE LO.\L\X, of Great Bolton, Eng., "spinster," born 
about A. D. 1754— died and her will was proved A. D. 1799. 

1755- JAMES LOMAX, son of Ann Coxe and her husband, William 
Lomax, was born in Rockingham Co., in the Colony of N. C, about A. D« 
1755. He married Jane Dilworth in said Co., where some of tlieir children 
were born. They moved to Abbeville Co., S. C, where their younger child- 
ren were born. The wife was born A. D. 1755, and died Aug. 13, 1823. The 
husband died Aug. 9, A. D. 1835. Their children are — % 



78 A. D. 1755. 

Nancy Lomax, born about A. D. 7778. 

George W. Lomax, Col., born Feb. 4, A. D. 17S0; died Nov, 14, A. D. 
1843. 

William Lomax, Esq., born about A. D. J7S1 ; died May, A. D. 1S34. 
John Lomax, born about A. I^. 1784; died Aug. 4, A. D. 1805. 
CoL. James Lomax, born May 5, 1787 ; died Sept. 18, A. D. J835. 
Absalom Lomax, born July 4, A. D. 1788. 

Rachel Lo.max, born Aug. 22, A. D. 1791 ; died Dec. 18, A. D. 1872. 
Cynthia Lomax, born June 3, A. D. 1799; died Nov. 17, A. D. 1814. 

About ten miles N. E. of Abbeville Courthouse, .S. C, is the front of the 
site of the old James Lomax homestead, and the burying place known as tlie 
"Lomax Cemetery." There inclosed by a stone wall about five feet in hciglit 
is the monument of James Lomax, Sen. Marble slabs mark the resling place 
of ills' first wife, Jane. Three of their children, and a few others of their kin, 
are buried there. His second wife, Lucy, was hurried on the north side of 
the enclosure, just at the foot of tiie first. On the north side of the enclosure 
are a few scattered stones marking the resting places of relations. 

About a hundred yards soutli of this cemetery there are a few shrubs and 
some debris, marking the spot once the home of the venerable proprietor. 

Being remote from any place of public vvorshii), he, and his brother 
Terrence, erected what was known as the "Lomax Chapel" made of hewed 
logs. The lasl preaching in this chapel was about A. D. 1820, by a Methodist 
preacher. 

The place known as the "Lomax muster grounds," is located on the 
road leading from Cokeshury to Abbeville, a short distance west of the old 
homestead. There they met as often as once a year, until the commence- 
ment of the Southern Rebellion. He willed his plantation to his second wife, 
but not the mother of any of his children; and she willed it to Dr. VVarren 
George Lomax, the son of James Lomax, Jun. The whole of the premises is 
now in the possession of Andrew Stephenson. 

James Lomax, Sen., was a devoted Methodist. One of his descendants 
writes me that he had large orchards of apple and peach trees from the fruit 
of which he made large quantities of brandy. On each returning "fourth of 
July" and Christmas, he had invited guests at his house, on which occasion 
all partook freely of the brandy. The only observable effect of those jolly 
enjoyments upon the proprietor was that, in his family devotions he sang and 
prayed in louder voice than usual But his general character was that of a 
quiet Christian gentleman. 

Nov. 23, A. D. 1888, I visited the old Lomax homestead; and copied the 
following inscriptions which are on the tombstones in the '" Lomax Cemetery." 

"In memory of James Lomax, Sen., who departed this life on the 9tli 
of August, 1835, in the 80th year of his age." 

" In memory of Jane I-omax who departed this life on the 13111 of August 
1823, in the 6Sth year of her age." [This was the first wife of James Lomax, 
Sen.] 



A. D. 1756. 79 

" In nien)ory of Ann Lomax, who departed this hfe on the 2d of Jan. 1831, 
aged 52 years, i mo. and 9 days." 

"hi memory of Lucy Lomax, born March 22, 1782, and died Jan. 11, 1S53. 
aged 71 years, 9 montlis and 11 days." [This is the second wife of James 
Lomax, Sen.] 

"In memory of Cynthia Lomax, who died on the 17th day of Nov., 1814, 
a^ed 15 years, 10 months and 14 days." [This is the youngest daughter of 
the above James Lomax, Sen.] 

1755. " In memory of Mary Ann Lomax, only daughter of Col. James 
Lomax, and Mrs. Matilda Lomax, vviio departed this life 21st December, iSiS, 
aged 3 years, i mo. and i day." 

"In memory of John D. Lomax, eldest son of Col. James Lomax and 
Matilda Lomax, who departed this life on the 15th day of April, 1818, aged 1 
year, i mo., and 3 days." ^ 

"In memory of John Lomax, who died 4th August, 1S55, aged ■>i years." 

1755. This year, A. D. 1755, the Connecticut Gazette, of New Haven, and 
the North Carolina Gazette, of New Rerne, were published. 

1755. LYDIA LOMAX, of St. George's Parish. Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, was born about A. D. 1755. She and William Moore of St. Faith and St. 
Augustine's, London, had licence to marry, Aug. 31, A. D. 1775. 

1755- JAMES LOMAX, manufactur, Little Lever, a chapelry, in Co. 
Lancashire PJngland, at the junction of the Bolton, Bury and Manchester 
canals, died and his will was proved in A. D. iSco He was born about A. D. 
•755- 

1756. JAMES LOMAX, of Little Lever, "Cotton Manufacturer in May, 
1781."— ^a/Zow'j Local Gleanings, of Bolton. He was born about A. D. 1756, 
and. in all probability is the same as the above named James Lomax. 

1756. This year A. D. 1756, the A^^z.'' Gazette was published at Ports- 
mouth, N. H., and the Penn. Assembly offered large premiums for Indian 
prisoners and scalps. 

1756. REV. JAMES LOMAX, was born about A. D. 1756, and gradu- 
ated A. B. at Cambridge University, Catherine Hall, England, in A. D. 1781. 
He never held what in England is termed a "preferment" in the Church of 
England, but was Curate of Barr and Aldridge. It is believed that his father 
was a plumber and Glazier. There is a tradition among his descendants, 
that their ancestors came with William the Conqueror from Normandy, and 
his grandson, Rev. Chas. H. Lomax, of Heaton Mersey, Manchester, has a 
seal with crest— a knight on horseback holding a scroll, with motto: "Semper 
fideles et terra et mare," which is thought to be their arms. There were two 
maiden ladies, and a bachelor, their biother, who may have been sisters and 
brother of Rev. Jas. Lomax, The sisters' names were Hannah and Betty. 
Tiiey left a little money, which probably had been earned by painting. Rev. 
Jas. Lomax had five sons and five daughters, who attained the age of man- 
hood. His widow and two maiden daughters were many years recipients of 
that excellent institution— Newton's Charity for widows and daughters of 



8o 



A. D. 1760. 



clergy at Litchfield. The daughters lived to a j^ood old age. The R^^;- 
gentleman was so erascible that all his sons left him at an early age. He d.ed 
of cancer on the tongue about A. D. 182.. Four of h,s -- --e- 

THOMAS Geokge Lomax, born ab.ut A.D. =783; ched .n A. D. ,873. . 

lAMKS Lomax. born about A. D. .785; died about A. D. ^h^o. 

Dr Charles Lomax, born about A. D. 17B7 ; died m the 60 s. 

Jc:;.. LOMAX. born about A. D. ,789. There was another son whose 
name I do not know. Nor have I any of the daughter's names. 

^he son Thomas G. was a bookseller at Litchheld. and h,s youngest^son 




K.lesowen once in Salop, but now transferred Worcestershire. He educate^ 
all the country around. He is father of Rev. Chas. H. Lomax. 

Rev. James Lomax. the head of this family, was a noted -';-;---- 
the early part of this century, and lived at Cope Hall and Dru.d H- ^^ -^ 
Lichfteld. Staffordshire. He was buried at Aldr.dge, where a -O'vumcnt to 
his memory was erected by his old pupils. It .s tnought he was born at 
Ashton under Lynem, Lancashire. 

17.6 M.>RYTAYLOE. daughter of Rebecca PFater and her husband 
Hon. John Tayloe, was born about A. D. 175^'. and married Mann Page, ol 
Mansfield, Spottsylvania Co., Va. She died Jan. 27. A. D. 1835- 

I..S CATHERINE TAYLOE, daughter of Rebecca Plater and her hus- 
band.' kon. ]ohn Tayloe, was born in A D. ,758; and married Landon Carter, 
of Sabine Hall, Richmond Co., Va.. in A. D. 1780. 

1759. RICHARD LOMAX, of Bolton, Eng., gentleman, was born about 
A. D. 1759, and his will was proved A. 1). 1804. 

1759. THOMAS LOMAS, born about A. D. 1759. of Brascn Nose College, 
Oxford, was graduated in A. D. 1784- 

1759. OnOct.25,A.'D. 1759. George II. died and his grandson. George 

III., was king. , r , H 

1759. Sept 13, A.D. 1759, Gen. Wolf, the English commander, de ea.eji 

Gen. Montcalm, the French commander, on the Plains of Abraham ; but boi 
generals were slain in that battle. 

1759. ELIZABETH LOMAX. of London, was born about A. D. i759^ 
The record of the Parish Register of St. George's, Hauover Scp.are, is m these 
words; " 1779. Nov. 26. John Barham and Elizibeth Lomax." , 

1760. JANE TAYLOE, daughter of Rebecca PL.ter and her ln>sbam^. 
^ Hon. John Tayloe, was born about A. 1). 1760- and died M,iv 3". A- ^^- '' 

She married Robert Beverly. Blandville, Va., in A. D. i79>- 

1760. THOMAS LOMAX was born about A. D. 176^. '^^7:'"^; *",^,^ 
was his address. There is a tradition that he came from Va. or N. C. 1 tn 
i he was an Englishman. Some of his descendants think he died at Man - 



A. D. 1762. 81 

ville, Ky., aged 115 years. He married Lucretia Taylor. Their children 
are— 

Elijah Lo.max, born Mar. 6, A. D. 17S2. , 

Benjamin Lomax, born about A. D. 1784. ' 

Polly LoMAx, " " " 1786. , .. , 

Hester Ann Lomax, " " " 178S. 

Malinda Lomax, " " " 1790. 

Millie Lomax,// " " " 1792. 

Nancy Lomax, " " " 1794. 

Benjamin S. and MilHe, not married. The children were born near Dan- 
ville, and it is thought, all but Elijah died in Montgomery Co., Mo. 

1761. CALKB lomax, .son of Susannah Lawrence, second wife'ol 
Caleb Lomax of the manor of Cliildwickbury, England, and said Caleb was 
born about A. D. 1761. 

1762. SAMUEL LOMAX, was born in England Dec. 16, A. D. 1762. He 
came to Georgia where he married Temperance Bugg, afterwards came to 
Tennessee, and died in Perry county, Aug. 26, A. D. 1833. Nine ol his chil- 
dren were born in Georgia. He came to Williamson County, Tenn., where 
the tenth child was born. Their names are — 

John Lomax, born about A. D. 1785; died in Missouri. 

JosiAH Lomax, " " " 17S7 ; died in Tennessee. 

Mary Lomax, " '" '' 1789; died in Tennessee, 1861. 

Sarah Lomax, '• " " 1791 ; married Willis Russell. 

Elizabeth Lomax, born about A. D. 1793. 

William Lomax, born Dec. jG. A. D. 1795; died Aug 26, 1S78. 

James Lomax, born about A. D. 1797; died Dec. i, 1845. 

Temperance Lomax, born May i, A. D. 1799; died April 7, A. D. 1863. 

Nancy Lomax, born in Feb., A. D. 1801; married John Gordon. 

Thomas Lomax, born June 4, A. D. 1S05. 

Samuel Lomax, the head of this family, was an Englishman— large, port- 
ly, strong. He moved, from Georgia to Williamson County, Tennessee, 
then to Hickman County, on Duck River, afterwards to Perry County, all in 
said State. He was a farmer. There is a tradition that he was in the Revo- 
lutionary War. And some of his^ descendants say he spoke of himself as "a 
full blooded Englishman." None of them know anything of his ancestors. 
I think it probable that he droppeti out of the British army when it was in the 
South, in the Revolutionary War, tlirough some accident. He is ancestor of 
a large and respectable family of descendants. 

1762. The Providence. Cazeile, the fust newspaper in New Hampshire, 
was started this year, 1762. 

1762. JOHN LOMAX, of Dean, England, born about A. D. 176.-', died 
and letters of administration on his estate were granted A. D. 1807. 

1762. JOHN TAYLOE, son of Rebecca Plater and her husband Hon. 
John Tayloe, was born about .\. 1). 1762, and died Feb. 29, A. D. 1S28. He 
married Ann Ogle, daughter ol Hcnjamin and Harriet Ogle of Maryland. 



82 A. D. 1763. 

,763. RICHARD GRIMSHAW LOMAX. ESQ., son of James Lomax 
and his wife Elizabeth Lord, was born A. D. 1763, and died Jan. 22, A. D. 



1837. Repurchased the manor of Great Harwood, A. D. 1818. He was 



Esq. 

Lifted 'at" AUhanr" He married Catherine Greaves, daughter of and heir of 
Thomas Greaves, Esq.. of Preston. July 18, A. D. 1797- She died Aug. 30. 
A. D. 1838, aged 74, and was buried at AUham. Their children are- 
JAMES Lomax, born A. D. 1798; died Sept. 4, A. D. 1802. 
Thomas Greaves Lomax, born A. D. 1799; died July 13, A. D. i8ii. 
Richard Lomax, horn A D. 1800; died March 16. A. D. 1822. 
John Lomax, Esq , born Aug. 9, A. I). 180. ; died July 15, A. D. 1849- • 
James Lomax, Esq., born A. D. 1803; died March 26, A. D. 18S6. 
Rev. William Lomax, born A. D. 1804; died A. D. 1855. 
Edmund Lomax, born A. D. 1806; died A. D. 1859. 
Rev. Walter Lomax. born A D. 1808; died A. D. 1886. 
Rev. Charles Lomax, born A. D. 1810; died A. D. i860. 
Mary Lomax, born A. D. 1812; died Feb. 12. A. D. 1813. 
Elizabeth Lomax, born A. D. 1814 ; died Aug. 25. A. D. 1836. 
Thomas Lomax, Esq., born A- ^- i«'6; died April 25, A. D. 1865. 
Mary Lomax, born A. D. 1818; died A. D. 1819. 

Wilham, Walter and Charles were in holy orders in the Roman 
CalhoHc church. William was buried at Ponte (iraet, and Walter 
and Charles at Stoneyhurst. A coledge of heralds, in London claims 
that it has a record of arms granted Richard Grimshaw Lomax, o Clayton 
Hall, in A. D. 1815- which I doubt. This is one of the Clayton Hall families. 

1763 CALEB L0MA!K, born in Eng. about A. D. 1763. was a graduate 
ofCambridge University, St. John's College, in A. D. .78B. Caleb Lomax, 
son of Susannah and Caleb Lomax, of Childwickbury, was born about .1754' 
and it is possible that this is the same. 

1763. JOHN LOMAX, of Bolton, Eng.. "calico printer," born about 
A. D. 1763, died and letters of administration on his estate were granted 
A. D. 1808. 

1763. REV. SAMUEL BOYD, son of James Boyd, was born in Craven 
Co. S. C, May 20, A. D. 1763, and married Isabella Higgirs, Dec. 12. A. D- 
1785- died Nov. 27, 1835. Both were of Scotch descent, and she was related 
to Robert Burns the poet. She remembered all her life that when she was a 
young lady at a party she danced with Andrew Jackson. Among thei'- child 
ren was — 

Samuel King BovD, born in Ky., June 29. A. D. 1794. and died m 

Centreville. Ind., A. D. 18 . He married Martha Lewis. 

1763. This year, A. D. 1763. St Louis. Mo., was founded ; and the Geor- 
gia Gaze//e, the first newspaper in Georgia, was started. 

1763. WILLIAM LOMAX, of Bolton. Eng.. auctioneer, was born about 
A. D.'i763; died and letters of administration on his estate were granted in 

A. D. 1808. 



A. D. 1767- 83 

1764. SARAH TAYLOE, daughter of Hon. John Tayloe, was born 
about A. D. 1764; and married Augustine WashinRton, nephew of George 
Washington, ol Haywood, Westmoreland Co., Va.,- May 11, A. D. 1799, and 
died Sept. 3, A. D. 1834, 

1764. BETTIE LOMAX, of Great Bolton, Eng., widow, was born about 
A. D. 1764; died and her will was proved in A. D. 1809. 

1764. This year, 1764, the British Commons passed the Sugar Act, taxing 
the American colonies, and the Con. Courant, the first newspaper in that 
colony, was issued Oct. 29. 

MUNGO ROY, brother of James Roy, was born about A. D. 1764. He 
descends from John Lomax, the Englishman who settled at Port Tobago, Va. 

1765. JOHN LEWIS was born in N. C. in A. D. 1765, and married 
Sarah Ruct, or West. In A. D. 1810 he moved to Wayne Co., Ind., and was 
the fust settler in Green township. They had seven children. One was— 

Martha Lewis, born about A. D. 1796. I think hi^r mother's name was 
Sarah West ; but in Young's History of Wayne Co., it is printed "Ruct." 

ELIZABETH LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth Lord and her husband, 
lames Lomax, Esq., was born at Clayton Hall, Eng., about A. 'D. 1765, and 
died Aug. 5, A. D. 1858. She married Francis Michael Trap[)es, Esq., of 
Midd Hall, Co. York. These are grandparents of Thomas Byrnaud Trappes, 
Esq., who married Helen Lomax, of Clayton Hall. 

1765. JOHANNA LOMAX, daughter of Catherine Wright, the second 
wife of Dr. James Lomax. was born in Eng. about A. D. 1765, and married Mr. 
Graham. 

1765. JAMES LOMAX^ of Turton, England, "yeoman," born about 
A. D. 1765, died and his will v;as proved A. D. iSio. 

1765. This year the British Commons passed the Stamp Act, and the 
Colonial Congress met in New York, Oct. 7, and protested against said Act 
and other taxes. 

1767. ROBERT LOMAX, son of Richard Lomax of Harwood, England, 
was born about A. D. 1767, and died A. D. 1834. He was heir to the estate 
and bore the " Lomax of Harwood " coat armour. His heir and son was— 

Robert Lomax, born A. D. 1800. and is of the sixth generation of this 
branch of the family. Rev. H. J. Lomax, M. A., Vicar Stoke-Golden, Hinck- 
ley, a descendant of this family, writes me that the last named Robert was 
born A. D. 1800. 

1767. This year, 1767, Townshend's Act for raising in America /"4oo,ooo 
by duties on tea, glass and paper, was passed. 

1767. JOSEPH LOMAX, Dean, England, born about A. D. 1767, died 
and letters of administration on his estate were granted A. D. ]8i2. He was 
a weaver. 



84 A. D. 1772. 

1770. ARTHUR LOMAX, of Bolton, England, grandfather of John 
Loinax of Erookfield, Mo., born about A. D. J770, and died at the age of 84. 
He had two brothers, John and Johnson. John died at 86, and Johnson at 
79 years. 

1770. ROBERT LOMAX, of Harwood, Eng., cotton manufacturer, was 
born about A. D. 1770, died and his will was proved A. D. 1815. 

1770. This year, 1770, the Britisli Commons passed an Act repealing all 
American duties except the duties on tea ; and this year the Massachusetts 
Spy newspaper was published in Boston. 

1770. DR. JAMES WRIGHT LOMAX, son of Katherine Wright and her 
husband. Dr. James Lomax, was born about A. D. 1770, and died in A. D. 
1820. He married Ann Grundy, who died at Lincoln in A. D, 1848. Their 
children are— 

Dr. Iames Lomax, born about A. D. 1798. 

Dr. Henry Isaac Lomax, born about A. D. 1800. 

Dr William John Lomax, born abo\it A. D. 1815. 

Mary Lomax, born about A. D. 1S16. 

Lydia Lomax, born about A. D. 18x7. 

AMELIA Lomax, born about A. D. 1818. %. 

Anne Susanna Lomax, born about A. D. 18 19. 

Elizabeth Lomax, born about A. D. 1820. Tlie father was gmndlather 
to Rev. Ernest William Lomax, of Oxford, and Rev. James Herbert Lomax, 
Vicar, St. John's, Halifax, Yorkshire. He had a large and lucrative practice 
in Dorset street, Porlman Squaie, London, W. He gave' his three sons a 
good educa^lion, and brought them up to his profession. The eldest, James, 
succeeded him in business. A severe fall rendered him unfit to maintain the 
business. He was not married. He had the farn,ily records. 

1772. CAPT. MOSES LOMAX was born in Rockingham Co., N. C., Dec 
26, A. D. 1772, He v.'as a son of Thomas Lomax, and lived on Troublesome 
creek, in his native Co. He married Snsan Emons. His children are — 

Shadrach Lomax, born about A. D. 1800 

Eliza A. Lomax, " " " 1804. Died in A. D. 1876. 

Albert Lomax, " " " 1806. " 

Susan Lomax, " " " 1810. " 

The two daughters and Albert were not married. Albert left a large 
landed estate and other property to Mr. John T. Price ancj his two brothers, 
each of whom was his protege; and they erected a monument over his grave 
on the old homestead. I visited the family Dec. 25, A. D. 1837, and found 
them one and a half mile from the public road. Capt. Lomax's slaves were 
estimated at $50,000. Everything on the plantation wore a gloomy aspect. 
The fuie horses and carriages of the previous ten years were worn-out. In 
explanation of that condition the Capt. told me this story: "Some 
fifteen years since, a South Carolina planter was here buying negroes 
for his plantation, and purchased a woman and her children of a neighlxjr. 
One of my ' boys ' was husband of that woman, and begged me in a most 



A. D. 1772. 85 

aiionizing manner to sell him so he might go with his wife and children. I 
sold him and he went to the rallying place of the purchased negroes. When 
the purchaser was ready to start home with his newly purchased hands, the 
boy I sold him asked leave to visit his old master and fellow servants to bid 
them farewell. His new master brought him to his old home. Instead of 
bidding us farewell, he begged lae to buy him back. I offered an increased 
price lor him, but the new master refused il. The boy cried, roared, 
prayed, tumbled down and rolled on the ground in great agony. Every nig- 
ger on the [plantation was crying— and the fact is, we whites were ail crying, 
too. The new master put irons on the boy and took him off. I then said I 
would never sell another negro, and will not." The negroes were rapidly in- 
creasing, and the plantation's earnings did not pay its current expenses. The 
threatened ruin was the cause of the gloom. But a change took place, and 
the Capt. left a valuable estate. 

• Capt. Lomax was a large and portly man, had black hair, R.oman nose, 
prominent cheekbones, was healthy and strong. He was intelligent and well- 
read. The lands of the estate are in the hands of Mrs. Jane Lomax and others 
of her family ; and the greater part is overgrown by timber trees, and hardly 
a trace of tlie old buildin,o;s can be seen. A cemetery known as the " old 
Lomax graveyard " is on this estate. Capt. Lomax's family were Protestant 
Methodists. 

1772. WILLIAM LOMAX, son of William Pemlott Lomax. was born in 
Rockingham Co., in the Colony of N. C , about A. D. 1772, and died in Abbe- 
ville Co.. S. C, A. D. 1848. He was the eldest of his father's children. His 
mother died while he was an infant. None of his descendants know his 
mother's Christian name nor maiden surname. He went to Abbeville, S. C, 
-when about 16 years old. He married Nancy, daughter of Mary and Peter 
Hairston, in Abbeville Co. Their children are — 

Jesse Lomax, born in A. D, 1793; died young. 
Peter Lomax. born in A.D. 1795; died July 3, A. D. 1834. 
Lewis Lomax, born about A. D. 1797; died about A. D. 1828. 
Eli7A Lomax, born A. D. i8ot ; died Feb, 17, A. D. 1872. 
Sarah Short Lomax, born March 3, A. D. 1803; died Aug. 29, A.D. 1855. 
Mary Lomax, born about A. D. 1804. 
Matilda Lomax, born about A. D. 1805; died A. D. 1823. 
A Nancy Lomax, born Jan. 28, A. D. T807; died Sept. 4, A. I). 1890. 
LuciNDA Lomax, born A. D. 1S09: died Sept. 20, A. D. 1833. 
James Lomax, born A. D. iSii; died Sept., A. D. 1840. 
Julia Ann Lomax, born A. D. 1S13. 
AsAHEL Lomax, born A. D. 1815; died Aug. 2, A. D. 185S. 

Matilda and Asahel were not married. Mr. Lomax, head of the family, 
was not tall in stature, but was broad shouldered and a stout, rugged man. 
One of his descendants writes that "he was like Zacheus of old, could not see 
much in a crowd without climbing a tree." His wile was a large woman. All 
the sons were portly men. The children were born in Abbeville County. 



g6 A. D. 1774. 

1772 During this year, 1772, the British Commons passed an Act grant- 
inc I s per pound drawback on tea exported to the Colonies, and the New 
Eneland "Puritans '" permitted the Baptists to hold their meetings in Boston ; 
and George Fox came to America and preached to the North Carolina 
Quakers. 

1-72 lOHN I OMAX, brother of Arthur Lomax, was born in HoUon, 

England, about A. D. 177^. and died about A. D. ,858, his age being 86 years 

lAMES 1 OMAX, born in Bolton, England, about A. D 1773, and 

died about isis. He married Alice Conliffe [indexed Cunliffc], and after his 

death she married Entwistle ot Bolton. James' children are- 

lAMEs Lomax, born about A. D. 1833. 
OHN LOMAX, " " " 1S05; died Sept. 19, A. D. 1834. 

THOMAS LOMAX, " " " 1807 ; died m infancy. The son James 

was a pay clerk in the First Grand Division Royal Marines, VVoolwicii^ Ivx^nt 



He came to New York in A. D. 1830. and went to Philadelphia in A. D 1832. 
He was a fine penman and was said to be wild in his habits. The son Thomas 
died of hydrophobia. The Bolton Directory for A. D. 1818, contains the fol- 
lowine- "Tames Lomax, Schoolmaster. Stanley Street, Bolton Moor. He 
communicant in the Church of England. The mother of these children 



wrote a fine hand. The following is a part of a letter .she wrote to her son 
John, who had emigrated to New York : r , , n 

" Bolton July 3d, 1830. My dear son: Since your letter of the 3Tst De- 
cember and one from your brother James, dated 31st Jan'y last, I have not 
had the satisfaction ol hearing a word about you of any kind, lames letter 
merely said that Hannah and the dear children were arrived safe in New 
York How can you forget me in this manner? How can you be so indifferent 
to the feelings of a mother, when you know that a letter from you would give 
such a consolation tome? Day after day have I looked for some tidings of 
von and your dear family, but I have looked in vain. It is impossible to de- 
scribe what I have felt and suffered, especially since your family and James 
left here to join you. Your brother James, yourself and family, are the only 
consolation I have left in the world-M^ last link of the broken chatmvhuh 
binds me to this frail existence" 

J773 This year, 1773, Boston men entered the British ships and threw 
their cargoes of tea into the Bay, and George Fox returned to England. 

1774 RICHARD LOMAX, of Brightmet, England. " Crofter,'^ was born 
about A.' D. 1774, and letters of administration on his estate were granted 
A. D. 1819- 

1774 ELIZABETH LOMAX, daughter of Lydia and Thomas Lomax 
was born in Rockingham Co., N. C, Dec. 25. A. D. .774; and married Jona- 
than B. Short, in Rockingham Co., N. C. Their children are- 

Jane Short, born March 23, A. D. 1795. 

LvDiA Short, born about A. D. 179S. 

Alfred Short, born about A. D. 1800. 









«i«^Ja:;S^^ 






.i i«^»f 



Robert Lomax 
lomax. ill- 



A. D. 1775- 87 

Allen Short, born about A. D. 1804. 

Jonathan Short, born about A. D. 1807. 

Newton Short, born about A. D. 1809. 

Elizabp:th Short, born Sept. 27, A. D. 1812. 

Thankful Short, born Sept. 27, A D. 1812. 

Anna Maria Short, born about A. D. 1815. 

Albert G. Short, born Aug. 5, A. D. 1819. The family records were 
destroyed through the vandelism of the late war. The mother descends from 
William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1774. The first Continental Congress convened A. D. 1774. The dele- 
gates met at Philadelphia, Sept. 5. They adopted a Declaration of Colonial 
Rights, and made preparations to resist the British Government by military 
force. And this year the British Commons passed Lord North's Boston Pott 
Bill. ^ 

1774. JOHN.SON LOMAX, brother of Arthur Lomax, was born in Bolton, 
England, about A. D. 1774, and died about A. D. 1853, aged 79 years. 

1775. ROBERT LOMAX, son of Sarah Knight and her husband WiHiam 
Pemlott Lomax, was born in Guilford Co., N.C., June 25. A.D. 1775, and died 
in Henderson Co., 111. He married Nancy Dwiggins. Their children are— 

LVniA H. Lomax, born A. D. 1800. 

William Lomax, " " 1802 ; died A. D. 1878. 

Sakah Lomax, '" " 1803. 

Rachel Lomax, " " 1805. 

Eliza Lomax, " 

Diana Lomax, " 

Elizabeth Lomax, " 

Robert Lomax, " 

Abel Lomax, " 

Jesse Lomax, " 

AsAHEL Lomax, " 

James D. Lomax, " 

Alfred Lomax, " 

Nancy Lomax, " " 1825. Lydia H.. Rachel and Nancy, not 

married. The first seven were born in Guilford Co., N. C, and the others in 
Ohio. The father was over 6 feet in height ; an intelligent man, a prosperous 
farmer. He descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in 
Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1775. April 17. A. D. 1775, a battle was fought at Lexington, Mass., in 
which the British lost 270 men; and June 17, the Bunker Hill battle occurred 
in which the British lost 1,000 men, and the Colonists 450- 

1775. The second Continental Congre.ss was held in Philadelphia, May 
10, A. D. 1775, and voted to raise 20,000 men, and made George Washington 
Commander-in-Chief. The British then had 12,000 in the field. 

1775. This year, A. D. 1775, the North Carolina Convention declared that 
Colony independent of the British crown. 



1807; 
1809; 
18II. 
1813. 
1814, 
1816; 
1 818. 


died A. D. 1861. 
died A. D. 1818. 


A. ' ' 


died A. D. 1S82. 
^ied A. D. 1818. 


c, :>•':■■■ VM- 


1820. 
1822. 
1825. 


M^ 1 ^ 

Lydia H., Rachel 


and Nancy 



88 A. D. 177S. 

1775. Peyton Randolph was made President of the Continental Congress, 
Oct. 22, A. D. 1775; and Benjamin Franklin was made Postmaster General. 

1776. HANNAH LOMAX. daughter of Sarah Knight and her husbaiu!. 
William Pemlott Lomax, was born in Guilford Co., N. C, Dec. 23, A. D. 1776. 
She married John Sweet, in Pvandolph Co., N. C. Their children are- 

]oHN VV. LoMAX, born prior to A. D. 1800. 

JeFvUSHA Sweet, born about A. E). 1812. ...r> 

Mr. Sweet, born about A. D. 1814. ' 

Elizabeth Sweet, born about A. D. 1816. This family moved to Mo. 
about A. D. 183S. The mother descends from William Lomax, the English- 
man, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

J776 This year, 1776. gave birth to the National Holiday— "The Fourth 
of July/' the date on which the Thirteen Colonies declared their independence 
of Great Britain, and appealed to the God of battles for His protection, and 
to the nations of the eartn for their good will during the pending contest wiin 
the mother country. 

17-76. This year, written constitutions were adopted by the following 
States: South Carolina, March 26; New jersey, July .2 ; \irgmia, July 5 ; 
Maryland, Aug. 14; Deleware, Sept. 20; Fem,;,ylvania, Sept. 28; North Caro- 
lina, Dec. 18, A. D". 1776. 

1776. EDWARD LOMAX, born about A.D. 1776, of St. George's Parish, 
Hanover Square, London, and Mary Pefler, had licence to marry, June 1;. 
A. D. t8oi. 

1777 EDMUND LOMAX, born in England about A.D. i777, ^vas a 
graduate oi Cambridge, Trinity College, in A. D. 1802. He is probably ofthe 
family of Edmund Shallett Lomax. 

J797. JAMES LOMAX, of Rolton, England, yeoman, was born about 
A. D. 1777; died and his will was proved in A. D. J822. 

1777. This year, 1777, the British General, Burgoyne, and about 5,^'-' 
men, surrendered to Gen. Gates at Saratoga, N. Y., Oct. 17. 

1778. THOMAS LUNSFORD LOMAX, son ol Ann Corbin Tayloe am^ 
her husband, Thomas Lomax, was born at Port Tobago, Va., Nov. 24, A. 
177S and died at Fredericksburg, Va. He married Martha Johnstone 
daughter of Jane and Robert Johnstone, of Fredericksburg, m Peb. A. U. 
1803. Their children are— 

Roberta Lomax, born in A. D. 1S03. 

Stuart L. Lomax, born about A. D. 1S05. 

Wjleiam R. Lomax, born about A. D. 1S06. 
. Thomas Linsford Lomax, born about A.D. 1P08. William R. died not 
' married. All the children were born in Virginia. The father descends from 
John Lomax, the Englishman, who settled at Port Tobago. Va. 

1778. GEORGE LOMAX, of Brightmet. England, dyer, was born abo'Jt 
A. D. 1778; died and his will was proved in A. D. J823. 



A. D. 1780. 89 

1778. On July I, A. D. 1778, the French fleet under command of D'Estang 
arrived on our shores, lo assist tlie Americans in gaining their independence 
of the British government. In tlie same month 800 Canadians and Tories and 
400 Indians committed the massacre of Wyomeu Valley, Penn.. in which they 
butchered men, women and children, after they had surrendered; and in 
November the inhabitants of Ciierry Valley, New York, were butchered by 
British and Indians. 

1778. SIMON LOMAX, of Turton. England, "yeomen," born about A. D. 
1778; died, his will was proved A. D. 1823. 

1778. Feb. 6, A. D. 1778, France signed* a defensive alliance with the 
American Colonies; and July 10, declared war against Great Britain, and 
acknowledged the independence of the American Colonies. - 

1779. JONATHAN LOMAX, son of Sar^h Knight and her husband, 
William Pemlolt Lomax, was born in Guilford Co., N. C. Dec. 6, A. D. 1779, 
2ist George III., ad 3d year of American independence, and died in Orange 
Co., Ind., Dec. 6, A. D. 1846. He married Susannah ReiflT, in Wilson Co., 
Tenn., Feb. 6, A. D. 1806. She was bom in V^irginia, Nov. 16, A. D. 1784, 
and died in Orange Co., Ind., Jan. 29, A. I). 1876. Tlieir cl.ildrefi are— 

Hon. Quintin Lomax, born Nov. 12, A. D. 1806; died Aug. 5, A. D. 
1861. 

EssFx Lo.MAx, born Nov. 4, A. D. 1808; died I>ec. 20, A. I). 1838. 

Osmond Lomax, born Aug. 17, A. D. 1810. 

William Pemlott Lomax, born March 18, A. D. 1813; died April )6, 
A. D. 1889. 

Alfred Lomax, born Feb. 10, A. D. 1815; died March 7, A. D. 1888. 

Dr. John Brown Lomax, born Jan. 10, A. D. 1817 ; died Feb. 17, A. D. 
1852. 

Cyrus Lomax, born June 21, A. D. 1810; died Dec. 26, A. D. 1883. 

Polly Ann Lomax, born March 23, A. D. 1823. 

Lkntsfokd Lomax, born May 2, A. D. 1827. The husband v^as a large, 
portly man, well-read in history. Ke moved bis family from Tennessee to 
Indiana in A. D. 1815, and lived all the remainder of his life on his farm in 
Orange County. He and sons were Democrats. He descended from William 
Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1779. ANN LOMAX, of Little Lever, England, was born about A. D. 
1779; died, and letters of administration on her estate were granted in 
A. D. 1824. 

1779. JAMES LO^TAX. of Great Bolton, Eng., "weaver," was born 
about A. D. 1779 ; died, and his will was proved in A. 1^. 1824. 

1779. JOHN LOMAX, of Dean, Eng., "farmer," was born about A. D. 
1779; died, and his will was proved in A. D. 1824. 

1779. Patrick Henry, the Va. orator, died June 6, A. D. 1779. 

1780. COL. GEORGE W. LOMAX, eldest son of jane Dilworth and her 
husband, James Lomax, was born in Rockingham Co., N. C, Feb. 4, A. D. 



!d?: 



1 .A 



.i«^i 



go A. D. 1781. 

1780— 2ist George III. and 3d year of American Independence. He married 
Barbara Arnold, in Abbeville Co., S. C, in Feb., A. D. iBio. She came from 
Va., and lived to the age 95 years. From earliest youth Col Louiax was 
noted for his piety and the great interest he took in advancing the Methodist 
denomination. He died Nov. 14, A. D. 1843. Their children are- 

jOHN Willis Lomax, born Dec. 21, A. D. 1810. 

Matilda DiLwoRTH Lomax, born Feb. 14, A. D. 1813; died Feb. 20. 

A. D. 1847- 

Cynthia Lomax, born June 22, A. D. 1816 ; died July 21, A. D. 1841. 
George W. Lomax, born Oct. 16, A. D. 1818; died Jan. 28, A. D. 1852. 
JAME.S A. Lomax. born Oct. 20, A. D. 1820; died May 19, A. D. 1844. 
Capt. William Arnold Lomax, born Oct. 27. A. D. 18^2 The father 
descends frorn William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rockingham 
Co., N. C. 

1780. JOSHUA LOMAX, ESQ., of Childwickbiiry, Eng, son of Matilda 
Ekins and her husband, Joshua Lomax, Esq., was born about A. D. 1780. 
He married Mary Ann Biddle, daughter of Joseph Biddle, Esq., of Sl Gei- 
main, Herlford.>;hire. Their children are— 
Mary Lomax, born about A. D. 1805. 
Annk Lomax, " " " 180S. 

Jane Lomax, " " " j8io. 

Elizabeth Lomax, born about A. D. 1S12. 

1780. Mar. r, A. D. 1780, the Bank of Pennsylvania v.-as chartered ; and 
it was the first bank in the United States. Nashville, Tenn., was founded 
this year. It is also the year in which Benedict Arnold turned traitor, and 
Major Andre was hanged. 

"ROBERT LOMAX, ESQ.. a Comeley magistrate from Mar. 30, A. D. 
1830, to Mar. 5, 1S39."— i^a^/ow'JT Gleanings of Bolton, Eng. 1 guess this Rob- 
ert Lomax, Esq., vvas boin about A. D. 1780. He is son of Robort Lomax, 
the manufacturer, who was born about A. D. i753- He was Justice of the 
Peace for the division of the county in which lie resided. He was spoken of 
as "Justice Lomax," and was uncle, on the maternal side, to Mrs. Snape, the 
much respected wife of R. F. Snape, Esq., surgeon, 22 Charley New Road, 
^o\{.on.— Barton's Local Noles. 

1781. JUDGE JOHN TAYLOE LO.MAX, son of Aim Corbin Taylo'e 
and herhu.sband, Thomas Lomax, was born in Virginia, Jan. 19, A. D. 1781 — 
22d George IIL, and 4th year of American Independence-and died at Fred- 
ericksbiug, Va., Oct. 1, A. D. 1862. He married Charlotte B. Thornton. July 
25, A. O. 1805. They were married at Mansfield, Si)Ottsylvania Co., Va., by 
Rev. Abner Waugh. She died June 26, A. D. 1S63. Their children are— 
Charlotte Elizabeth Lomax, born about A. D. rSo6; died. 
Ann Maria Lomax, " " " '^-'9; 

Caroline Rebecca Lomax, " " " 181 1; 

Eleanor Tayloe Lomax, " " '' i^i3". '' ^ 

John Taylok Lomax, ' " Feb. 2, " 1813; June, 1863. 



A. D. 1781. 91 

Mary Page Lomax, born about A. D. 1815; died at 8 yrs. 

cornki.ia lomax, " " " 1817; " 

Presley Thornton Lomax, Esq.," " " 1819; " 

Judge J. T. Lomax was born on the family seat, Port Tobago. He was 
named after his uncle, John Tayloe. He resoried to St. John's College, 
Annapolis, Md.,and was graduated at the commencement of this century. 
After completing his collegiate course, he entered upon the study ol law at 
Annapolis, and after qualifying himself for tha^ profession, he returned to 
Va., was admitted to the bar, and commenced the practice in I'redericksburg. 
His wife was a grand-daughter of Hon. Presley Thornton, of Northumberland 
House, in the county of that name, and was a member of the King's .Council, 
at his death in A. D. 1769. Her father was Hon. Presley Thornton, who had 
a military ediicalion. He was appointed a Capt. in what was called John 
Adams' Army, A. D. 1798, for repelling the appiehended Freticii invasion. 
Of thai aruiy Gen. Washington was Commander-in-Chief. 

About the year 1810, to facilitate his practice in the Chancery Courts Mr. 
Lomax removed from Fredericksburg to Richmond County. Here in the war 
o( 1812, he was commissioned an officer in a regiment raised in the lower 
counties of the Northern Neck. And about the year i8r7 he returned to 
Fredericksburg, and resumed his practice there. 

In April of the year [1826], Mr. Wirt, having been notified of his appoint- 
ment as Professor of the School of Law in the University of Virginia, declined 
the appointment by reason of his duties as Attorney General of the United 
Slates, and the more profitable labors of his profession ; but, in doing so took 
occasion to bring to the notice of Mr. Jefferson and the visitors of the Uni- 
versity, his friend, Mr. Lomax, as one possessing, in his estimation, to an 
eminent degree, the qualities and learning befitting the position. This led to 
a correspondence between Mr. Jefferson and Mr. Lomax; to a visit of the 
latter to Monticello shortly before the death of the great statesman, and to the 
appointment of Mr. Lomax to the chair of law in the University, whence he 
removed with his family at the commencement of the session of 1826-7, and 
entered upon the professional duties. 

He was a popular lecturer during his professorship, and his kind inter- 
course with, and fatherly interest in the students of his classes, never failed to 
attach them to him. Among such who afterward attained high places in our 
national councils Were R. M. T. Hunter, A. H. H. Stuart and Robert Toombs. 

In 1830, Mr. Lomax resigned the chair of Law in the University, to accept 
the position of a Judge of the Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery, 
and was assigned to the Third District of the Fifth Circuit. 

This also constituted him a Judge of the General Court, with appellate 
jurisdiction in certain cases. This Judicial appointment compelleil his return 
to Fredericksburg, which continued to be his residence for the remainder of 
his life. 

In 1848, a Special Court of appeals was formed, composed of five judges 
of the General Court, the oldest in commission among wlK)m was Judge 
Lomax. to relieve the Superior Court of the appellate business uhich had ac- 



-92 A. t). 1781. 

'Cumulated on its docket, and to try and determine such of the cases as might 
;be assigned. 

In addition to his judicial labors, he also undertook, during the winter 
•months for many years, the conduct of a law scliool at Fredericksburg, to 
\which many young men repaired Irom the soutiiern part ol the Slate. 

Though deeply interested in the i^olitical movements of his time, and with 
'very decided opinions as to governmental policies, both State and Federal, he 
never aspired to or sought to attain political office. With the exception of 
being an elector on the Crawford ticket in the presidential contest of 182^, he 
•never held a political ofiice. 

The honors he reaped were confined to hrs own profession, and here his 
devotion and learning were amply rewarded in the degree L. L. D. conferred 
on him, in 1S44, by his Alma Mater. His digest of the laws of real 
property, in three volumes, published in 1839, brought him to the at- 
tention of Prof. Greenleaf, of Harvard Law School, whom he also 
met in the summer of 1842, on a visit to a relation near Hosloii. 
The learning of both having been applied to explicating the abstruce 
laws ol realty, made them congenial companions for the time, and no doubt 
instigated the conferring of the same degree upon Judge Lomax by the Uni- 
versity of Harvard in 1847. It is also gratifying to record that the convention 
which framed and amended the constitution for Virginia in 1851, on a petition 
from members of tlie bar practicing in his circuit, struck out the prososed 
limitation of age in the tenure of judicial office by which Judge Lomax would 
have been excluded ; and that, when by that constitution the office was made 
elective, he was, witiiout opposition, chosen by the people to remain in the 
discharge of his judicial functions. These he continued to exercise till his 
resignation in February, J857, when the condition of his aged wife, now a 
confirmed invalid, appealed strongly to him for hissociety and ministrations at 
home. Upon the earnest request of the members of the bar to withdraw that 
resignation, he replied : 

'" With whatever complacency my own consciousness or the opinion of 
others which you mention may contemplate a capacity for the service of 
the Bench, as yet being unimpaired by the hand of time, there are most 
■mighty considerations that make it proper that I should now retire from the 
duties I have been employed in discharging for more than a quarter of a cen- 
tury, during all which period, with the exception of one court last month, I 
have never lost, that I can recollect, a single day or a term of any court 
which was by lau appointed for me to attend in the circuits. There are 
domestic sympathies and anxieties engendered in a union enjoyed (beyond 
tiie lot of most families) for more llian half a century, tiiat plead with resist- 
less importunity, and claim home, with its peace and comforts and consola- 
tions, as a fit resting place at the last period of advanced life. This employ- 
ment of the brief remnant of declining age claims a sacred preference over 
the employment in public service during the few years that now remain of the 
official period lor which I was elected." 

As a judge he displayed that analytical power of mind which resolved the 
most complex case into its simple and essential facts, to which, with an in- 



A. D. 1781. 93 

tuitive sense of justice, he applied the law with careful and painstaking 
diligence. His calm and equable nature saved him from that impulsiveness 
which leads some to decide before they hear, or, having heard, to become the 
advocate of one side ratlicr than the judge of both. He ever held the scales 
of justice truly poised, and in case of doubt, inclined to mercy's side. 

Besides the work on real property, before mentioned, he was also autlior 
of an exhaustive work on the law of executors and administrators, new edit- 
ions of both of which were published in 1855 and 1857. These valuable 
additions did not escape the fate of relentless war. In the evacuation of 
Richmond by the confederates in 1865, and the terrible conflagration which 
ensued, the house of the publisher was consumed, and witli it the printed 
materials and the stereotype plates of the works. 

The fair prospect was soon overshadowed by lowering clouds of political 
strile which absorbed his attention and thrilled liim with anxiety for that 
home, and no less for the future of the commenweglth so dear to him, and 
which he had faithfully served. Throughout the winter of 1860-61 he looked 
eagerly to Washington, and watched with intense solicitude the patriotic 
efibrts of Mr. Crittenden and his coadjutors to adjust a compromise between 
the warring factions, and then make peace and preserve the Union, It was 
about this time, with melancholy forebodings, he writes to a friend : 

" My feelings all gravitate for the most part to the ' irrejiressible conflict ' 
which is beginning and is likely soon to be v/aged in a spirit and with dis- 
asters that none can adequately foresee or estimate. Whether we contem- 
plate the miseries which are arising v/ithin the Union of these States, or out 
of the Union of these States, they are most appalling to the mind of an octo- 
genarian whose days began before the glorious achievement of Yorktown, 
the signing of the treaty of peace which established our independence, and 
which have been passed in the brightness of unparalled prosperity that has 
followed. Deep is the agony of distress which weighs down the soul of one 
in his old age, in the approaching destruction which may entomb his couuti^ 
before he sinks himself into the grave. That a single lifetime should survive 
the duration of the libei ties and peace and prosperity of such a country as 
ours is a heart-rending sorrow." 

1781. Judge Lomax had examined too studiously the history and records 
of the convention which framed liie F"ederal Constitution, and had received 
too deep and lasting an impression from the lips of Mr. Madison himself as to 
the true construction to be given to the Virginia resolutions of 1799, to con- 
ceive the right of nullification and secession to be sovereign rights or reme- 
dies under the Constitution. 

He, like many Virginians, of that class of thinkers, when the dread alter- 
natives were presented to his native State to arm herself and take the field, 
and by force of war coerce her sister Slates back into the Union, or join them 
in revolution, decided upon the latter as a natural and inalienable right under 
the emergencies which had arisen. In this view, and with a conscientious 
sense of rectitude, he voted for the Virginia ordinance. 



94 A. D. J781. 

When ihe day arrived to take the sense of the people of his town, it found 
his strenjjlh impaired by recent indisposition; yet he feebly walked to the 
court house, and, in giving his vote, addressed his fellow-townsmen there 
assembled. 

With a voice trembling with emotion, he spoke of his devotion to his 
native State, which had honored him so greatly and so long as one of her 
servants; and now, worn out in her ser\'ice, on the brink of the grave, with 
nerveless arm, but with an undying affection, he could only give the remnant 
of his days to earnest prayer for her and her people, that He who ' doeth 
according to I-Jis will in the army of Heaven and among (he inhabitants of 
the earth ' would cause that people to lay again more deeply and firmly the 
foundations of popular liberty, public justice and national prosperity." 

The address was described as most beautiful and pathetic, touching 
every heart, and not an eye in that large assemblage, beholding the ' old man 
eloquent,' that was not suffused with tears. 

His eyes were to close upon all things earthly, and he was to be taken 
from the din of arms and the horrors of war to a peaceful and eternal home, 
before that evil day came when the streets of his town and the neighboring 
heights were to witness the deadly strife and slaughter and repulse of Burn- 
side's great army, and his home was to feel the storm of iron iiail and the 
destruction of the roof which had sheltered him and his family for so many 
happy years. 

After a brief illness, against wiiich his extreme age and waning strengtii 
could not contend, he died ontlie isl day of October, 1862, in his SiSt year. 

He was dignified in his bearing, and of imposing presence; but of man- 
ners so simple, cordial, and affable, and with a face so benign in its expres- 
sion, as to attract and conciliate all who met him. 

He exhibited in his life a simple, child -like trust in the Divine revelation, 
and a humility and meekness of spirit born of that charity which "suffereth 
long and is kind, envieth not, vaunteth not itself." 

Sectarianism found no place in his broad and expatided view of the "Holy 
Catholic Church, embracing in its fold all who loved his Lord in sincerity and 
truth. 

In the last years of his life he brought to the study of the Holy Scriptures 
and questions of theology the same ardor and patient industry which char- 
acterized him in his legal pursuits. 

Each Sabbath day found him airrounded by a large number of young 
men, who formed his Bible class, to listen to his exposition of the .Scriptures. 

Thus was spent a long life, within the radius of one hundred miles of his 
birthplace, the place at which repose the remains of his Virginia ancestors- 
learned, modest, quiet. He chose to exhibit a simple and unpretending 
piety, which sweetened social and domestic intercourse, and wrought high 
and conscientious sense of duly in the perfonnance of every (unction. 

The foregoing sketch of Judge Lomax is taken from a pamphlet notice ot 
his lite. He was a Southern Christian gentlenian— a specimen of a large 
class who scorned to claim a constitutional right of a Stale to " secede " from 
the Union, but a class compelled to vole for "secession " with the express 



A. D. 1782. 95 

declaration that it was a revolution, into which they felt driven rather than 
fight against their Southern neighbors. 

1781. WILLIAM LOMAX, ESQ.. son of Jane Dihvorlh and lier husband, 
James Lomax, was born A. D. 1781. He was a graduate of Dailuioutli Col- 
lege, N. H., and studied law with Joim C. Calhoun, and was engaged in his 
profession all his life, in Abbeville, S. C. He represented his county in the 
State Legislature in the exciting days of A. D. 1831 2. In a public discussion 
at Abbeville C. H., in A. D. 1831, a " Nullifier =' twitted him as a descendant 
of a "Tory " ancestry. In his reply he remarked that two of his uncles 
gave their lives to their country in the war of Independence, and that was the 
kind of "Toryism " which characterized his ancestors in that war. He was a 
splendid man personally, a scholar and a gentleman. He married Miss Eliza 
Tennent, of Charleston, a descendant of Rev. VVm. Tenneut, founder of the 
"Log College." He died of apoplexy, A. D. 1834, and was a Methodist. 
His children are— 

Harriet Lomax, born Aug., A. D. 1814; died in A. D. 18S2. ''•"''' 

Col. Iamks William Lomax, born Oct. 6. A. D. 1816; died in A. D. 188S. 

Gen. Tennent Lomax, born Sept., A. D. 1820; died May 31, A I). 1862. 

The children were born in Abbeville, S. C. He descended from William 
Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1781. WILLIAM LOMAX, of Farnworth, Eng., "farmer," was born 
about A. D. 1781. Letters of administration were granted on liis estate, 
A. D. 1826. 

1781. Oct. J9, A. D. J781, Lord Cornwallis, with 7,000 men, surrendered 
to the Colonial and P'rench armies at York<own, Virginia. The Colonials 
were commanded by Washington and La Fayette, and Rochainbeau and 
V)e Grasse commanded the French fleet. This substantially ended the 
Revoluiionary War. 

1781. JOHN LOMAX was born near Bury, Lancashire, Eng., about A. D. 
1781. He had bleaching works, called Dunstane's, near Brandelson Road, 
going to Hood's Todington. He is a grandfather of Mr. John A Lomax, of 
Chicago. I know nothing of his wife. His children are — 

Lawrence Lomax, born about A. D. 1802. 

John Lomax, " •' " 1S04. 

James Lo.max, " " ' 1806. 

William Lomax, " " " 1808. 

Ann Lomax, " " " 1810. 

Esther Lomax, " " " 1812. 

1781, FREDRICK SHALLETT LOMAX, born in England 
1781, was a graduate of of Cambridge University, Trinity Col 
i8o5. He probal^ly descends from the Caleb Lomax, ofChildwi 
wife was Hannah Shallett. 

1782. CATHERINE LOMAX, dauglUer ol Ann Corbin and her hus- 
band Maj. Thomas Lomax was born Jan. 11, A. D. 1782. and died at 
Fredericksburg, April 11, A. D. 1862. 



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1-82 ELIJAH LOMAX. son of Lucretia Taylor and her husband 
Thomas' Loniax. was born near Danville, Ky., March 6. A. D. 17S2. and 
married Rachel Hiatt. Their children are— 

Tempkranck G. Lomax. born about A. D. 1802; died at 86 years. 

Thomas LoMAX. •' ^ " 1804; died in infancy. 

Wjlmam Tavi.or LO.MAX, •• " " iSof^; rfi^^5 J^"- ^5, A D .S92. 

\ Moses Lomax, "' "' " 180S; died Sep.io, A. 1). 1S74. 

Millie Lomax, " " " i«'o- 

JOHN Lomax. '" " " '^''' t ,^\^ J^r^ , 

LciKUA LOMAX. " " " ^808; d,ed Feb. 4. A- D. ,92. 

Elijah Lomax, " Sept. 15. " 1815; d.ed Mar.23, A. D. .SS9. 

Benjamin S. Lomax, " Sept. t6, "^ 1817. 

Malinpa Lomax, " ^bout " 1S20. 

James Lomax, " " '^ 1822; died in .nlancy. The 

father died in Martinsville, Ky. 

1782. HON. ABEL LO>L^X, son of Sarah Knight and her husband 
William Pemlott Lomax, was born in Guilford Co., N. C , July 6, A. D. 17S2. 
2xd Georre III. and 7th year of American independence, and died m Marion, 
Ind., JunJ4, A. D. -857. He married Ehzabeth Sn.ith Ladd, in Stokes Co., 
N C Dec 29 A. D. 1808. She was born in Stokes Co., March J, A. D. 17^7- 
John 'Ladd, Lynhaven Parish, Lower Norfolk Co., Va., born about A D. .648. 
was her greal-great-randfather, and i,e was probably an Englishman ; Amos 
Ladd was her Kreat-grandfaler. born about A. D. 167S; Noble Ladd, burn 
about A. D. 1738, was her grandfather, and Joseph Ladd, Esq., born abou 
A D 1763 was her lather. She was a kind, devoted wife and mother, and 
died in Marion. Ind.. March 13. A. D. .856. Their.children are- 
JosEPH Lomax, born Dec. 19, A. D. 1S09. - 
Sarah Lomax. born luly 24, A. D. iSi i : died Jan. 25, A. D. 1S92 
WnxiAM Lomax. M. D., born March 15. A. IX .S13; died April 27, 

^' "coNSTANT.NE LoMAX, M. D . born Dec. 31, A, D. 18.4; died March 6, 

A. D. 1884. 

Nancv Lomax, born May 10, A. D. 1816; died May 8, A. D. 189^ 
Anna Lo.max, born April 29, A. D. 1818; died Sept. 4- A. D. 1849. 
Robert Lomax. born Feb. 26, A. D. 1S20; died Sept. 21 A.^D. '^^'- , 
Alfred Lomax, born Sept. 20. A. D. 1822. -. --^'j; .{ ^'"- '^'■ 
Elizabeth Smith Lomax, born July 1, A. D 1824. - -A T, //^ 
Marv Lomax, born |uly 28, A. D. 1826. 

Isabel Lomax. born June 26, A. D. 1829; died Feb. 26, A. D. iSSS. 
The first was born in Stokes Co., N. C. ; the next four in Guilford C o . 
N.C.; and the last .six in Wayne Co., Ind. Anna was talented, hrm, and a 
great sudeier all the years of her adult life. 

Abel Lomax, deceased on the ^W\ iust., noticed m last week s issue, ua- 
horu in Guilford Co.. N. C. in the year 1782. On the 29th Dec. 1808 he wa^ 
married to Miss Elizabeth S. Ladd, to whom he was much endeared. Fronr 
the stroke he received in her death, whicii occurred something more than a 




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year previous to his own. lie never recovered. Ever after the attractions of 
this world seemed gradually to lose their influence over him. 

His funeral took place on Friday last at the M. E. Church, and was very 
largely attended by his friends and citizens. Elder O. V. Lemon preached the 
funeral discourse, from the words, "All flesh is as grass; and the glory of 
man as the flower thereof; but the word of the Lord endureth forever." 

Though situated in the midst of American slavery, and familiar with its 
workings, he never became so tamiliar as to affiliate with it. His early and 
growing convictions of its moral terpitude, confirmed by observation of its 
baneful effects, led him to the resolution not to rear a family within the sphere 
of its blighting influence. As he rarely resolved but to perform, in 1816 found 
him and his little family transplanted from the "Sunny South," to the wilds 
of Indiana, then a territory of the United States. He located in Wayne Co., 
not far from the present site of Williamsburg. Not long after, the territory 
received a State organization, when he was chosen to represent Wayne Co. 
in the first State Legislature, which met then at Corydon, [it was the 8th 
session] and continued to represent that county six years successsvely. He 
afterwards served three years as a senator. 

Supposing La Porte Co., in the northern part of the State, to possess 
superior advantages as a farmiug country, he removed thither in 1837. Here 
he remained till 1850, long enough to see, and help make it, one of the most 
desirable localities in the West. Old age and infirmities led him to abandon 
a manner of life which he could not now comfortably pursue. In 1S50 he 
came to this place, with a view to avail himself of the medical advice and aid 
of his sons, who are in the practice of medicine. From the first, he seems to 
have identified himself with the place, and has ever manifested a lively in- 
terest in the welfare and prosperity of our citizens and town; ever ready to 
subserve the interests of each to the extent of his ability. 

Father Lomax, to all appearance, lived and died a Christian. At an 
early age he attached himself to the M. E. Church, and continued an earnest, 
but unassuming, meniber during life. He was active and influential as a 
private member, but did not seek pre-eminence. On his first settlement in 
Wayne, there being no church building, nor ability to build one in his neigh- 
borhood, his brethren met for public worship in his dwelling. And tnus for 
some considerable time the church was literally in his house. He was not a 
sectarian, but had charity to make due allowance for the difi"erent shades ol 
religious faith which the prejudices of education and other influences have 
brought about in the Christian world. With some misgivings as to whether 
or not the Church had seceded from her primitivesimplicity, he still cherished 
a lond afiection for her doctrines and practices as he had first received them- 
It has been remarked of him, that lie was a "gentleman of the old school— a 
Christian gentleman." It would furtiicr distinguish him to add that he was a 
Methodist of the old school. In every capacity in which lie was called to act, 
he gave evidence of superior mental power and moral worth, accjuilting him- 
self ably and honorably. His Christian integrity imparted such a calmness 
and clearness to his mind as to give him entire self-possession in every situ- 
ation. 



98 A. D. 1781. 

As a pioneer in Cliurcli and State he has performed lasting service. Hav- 
inji faithfully served his generation, he now rests from his labors. He is gone. 
But a vivid impression is indelibly fixed on the minds of those who knew 
him be.st, to be a lasting memento of Christian dignity, urbanit}', and integrity. 
— Marion Journal. 

The writer of the above notice was a son-in-law ol the deceased, and a 
strenuous " Norther Abolitionist." 

Extract from Young's History of U/nyne Co., Jnd.~" In iSj6, also from 
N. C, came Abel Lomax, who settled on land now owned by James Frazer's 
heirs. Abel Lomax served two or more years [six] as representative, and a 
term of two [three] years as senator in the legislature. A Methodist Episco- 
pal church and society was formed about the year 1820— perhaps earlier. 
Among its first members v/ere Abel Lomax, Henry Study, Joshua Bollenger, 
Nathan Riley, and their wives." 

The Ucsfefn Emporium, Centreville, Ind., June 18, A. D. 1825, published 
a list of candidates in the Co., for Representatives in the .State Legislature, as 
follows: "Caleb Lewis, Dr. L Warner, Abel Lomax, Samuel Hannah, 
Henry Hoover, }ohn Mc Clain, John Whitehead." 

The same paper of Apr. 4, A. D. 182S, contains an account of an Admin- 
istration meeting, commencing in the following words: "At a large and 
respectable meeting of the citizens of Wayne county, friendly to the present 
Administration, held at the court house in Centreville, on Saturday, the 29th 
March, 1828, Abel Lomax was called to the chair, and John Gilliland and 
David Hoover were appointed Secretaries " 

The U-es/ern Times, Centreville, Ind., Aug. 8. A. D. 1829, gives the result 
of the election at which Abel Lomax was elected Stale Senator for a term of 
three years. 

The Political Clarion, Connersville, Ind., Apr. 7, A. D. 1832, gives the 
Clay electoral ticket, as follows: "Jacob Kuykendall, John Hawkins, Sam- 
uel Henderson, Walter Wilson, Stephen Ludlow, Abel Lomax, Sylvanus 
Evarts, John Neely." 

On examination of the records at Indianapolis, I find the following facts- 
—The 8th session of tlie General Assembly of the State of Indiana, took place 
at the town of Corydon, on Monday, Dec. I, A. D. 1823. The members of 
the House of Representatives from Wayne county were : Robert Hill, Abel 
Lornax and William Jones. 

The 9lh session was held in the town of Indianapolis, on Jan. 10, A. D. 
1825. The members of the House of Representatives from Wayne county 
were : Abel Lomax, Henry Hoover and Eleazer Hiatt. 

The lolh session was held in the town of Indianapolis, and the Rcpre- 
.sentatives in the House from Wayne county were : Abel Lomax, Samuel 
Hannah and Caleb Lewis. 

The nth session was held at Indianapolis, and the members of the House 
of Representatives from Wayne county were : Abel Lomax, Caleb Lewis, 
Henry Hoover and William EHiotl. 



A. D. 1781. 99 

The i2th session was held at Indianapolis, Dec. 3, A. D. 1827, and the 
members of the House of Representatives from Wayne county were: Abel 
Lomax, William Elliott, John Jones and William Steele. 

The 13th session was held at Indianapolis, Dec. i. A. D. i82S;and the 
members of the House of Representatives Irom Wayne county were: Abt-l 
Lomax, William Elliott, William Steele and John P'inley. During this session 
Abel Lomax was chairman of the standing committee on public roads. 

The 14th session was held at Indianapolis, Dec. 7, A. D 1R29. Abf 1 
Lomax was a senator from Wayne county at this session; and was on the 
committees on " Affairs of Indianapolis " and also the "Slate's Prison." 

The 15th session was held at Indianapolis, A. D. 1830. Abel Lomax was 
a senator from Wayne county at this session, and served on the standing com- 
mittees on " Educatiop," " Afiairs of Indianapolis," and "Stale's Prison." 

The i6th session met at Indianapolis, Dec. 5, A. D. 1S3). Abel Lomax 
was the senator from Wayne county. During this session he served on Ihe 
committees on the ".State's Prison " and '' Affairs of Indianapolis "-^also as 
chairman of the committee to district the State into Congressional districts. 
This .sketch shows that he served in the State Legislature for nine consecutive 
years, during all which time he took an active part in the business of the Stale 
legislature. 

He was five feet ten inches in height, and was polite, dignified, and care- 
ful in conversation. 

1782. JOSEPH LOMAX, of Little Lever, England, "cotton manu- 
facturer," was born about A. D. 1782, died and his will was proved A. D. 1827. 

1782. MARTHA LOMAX, ofTurton, England, "spinster," was born 
about A. D. 1782, died and her will was proved A. D. 1S27. 

1782. WILLIAM LOMAX, of Great Bolton, England, " tailor," was born 
about A. D. 1782. and his will was proved A. D. 1827. 

1782. JAMES LOMAX, of Little Lever, England, "cotton manufacturer," 
was born about A. D. 1782, died and his will was proved A. D. 1827. Imoui 
an advertisement is copied, "James Lomax, of Little Lever, cotton manu- 
facturer. May, iy8i."—Sarion's Local Gleanings of Bolton. That probalily 
is father ol the above James. 

1782. GEORGIANNA MATILDA LOMAX, daughter of Matilda Ekins 
and her husband Joshua Lomax, of Childwickbury, was born about A. D. 1782^ 
and married Stephen Smith, Esq., of Kingbury, Hertfordsiiire. 

1783. ELIAS LOMAX, born about A. D. 1783, of St. George's Parish^ 
Hanover S(]uare, London, and Elizabeth Bovvering, had license to marry, 
Oct. 17, A. D. }8o8. 

1783. THOMAS GEORGE LOMAX, eldest son of Rev. James Lomax, 
was born about A. D. 1783. He was a bookseller in Lichfield, and tw ice 
mayor of that city. He died A. D. 1873, aged yu years. His youngest son is 
carrying on the business; and he has been twice mayor of the city. 



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1784. NATHANIEL FARRINGTON. son of Nancy Lomax and her 
husband WiHiam Fatrington, was born May 25, A. D. 17S4, 25th George III. 
and 9tli year of American independence. He married Martha Ross, and died 
A. D. 1854. Their children are— 

OzziMRi Farkington, born Aug. 12, A. D. 1812. 

Mary Farrington. born May 25, A. D. 1814. 

Robert Lomax Farrington, born Jan. 25, A. D. 1817; died Feb. 11 
A. D. 1891. 

Hazzard Farrington, born April 16, A. D. 1820; died April A. D. 1858. 

Sallie Farrington, born about A. D, 1824. 

Jonathan Bainbudge Farrington, born May 7, D. D. 1826. 

Catherine Farrington, born about A. D. J829; died Mar. 9, D.A. 1S85. 

William Laton Farrington, born about Aug. 14, A. D. 1832. The 
children were born in Gilford Co., N. C. Their father was a Regular Baptist ; 
and descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rocking- 
ham Cd*., N. C. I visited this family, and Jan. 26, A. D. 1838, after breakfast, 
cousin Nathaniel and .son Hazzard on their horses, and his daughter Mary with 
me on my horse, visited the battlefield of Guilford Courthouse. We first 
visited the location of the North Carolina militia. The fence behind which 
they laid is yet there. We then rode over the ground on which the Virginia 
militia stood. That was near the summit of the hill. About i mile from the 
ground on which tne first lines were stationed in the rivulet and deep valley, 
the place where the main battle was fought. The rivulet lan red with the 
mingled blood of British and American soldiers. This battlefield is covered 
by old, dreary, thrown-away fields, sedge-grass, pi^rsimoii • and oak scrubs. 
Near by stands the old, decaying, abandoned court-house, and the lingering 
remains of the town of Martinsville. But two families linger here. 

1784. This year, A. D. 1784, The Pennsylvania Packet or Advertiser be- 
came the first daily newspaper published in the United States. 

1784. RACHEL llOMAX, daughter of Sarah Knigiit and her husband, 
William Pemlott Lomax, was born in Guilford Co., N. C, Nov. 17, A. D. 1784, 
and died in Martin Co., Ind., Nov. 24; A. D. 1847. She married John Brown 
in WiJsou Co., Tenn., Nov. — , A. D. 1809. Their children are— 

Marv Ann Brown, born Dec. 8, A. D. iSio ; died Feb. 2, A. D. 1823. 

Penelope Brown, born Dec 27, A. D. 1812 ; died May 22, A. D. 1817. 
^ Margarett Helen Brown, born Oct. 19, A. D. 1815 ; died Feb. 15, A. D. 
1894. 

Jonathan Lo.max Brown, born March 30, A D. 1818; died Oct. 8, A. D. 
1883. 

Sarah Caroline Brown, born June 1, A. D. 1820. 

Susannah Elizaheth Brown, born Oct. 24, A. D. 1822 ; died Aug. 9, 
A. D. 1841. 

Thomas Alfred Brown, born Apr, 26, A. D. 1S25 ; died Sept. 18. A. D. 
1853- 

John Johnson Brown, born Jan. 5, A. D. 1828; died Aug. 12, A. D. 1S35. 



A. t). 1781. • loi 

The first two were born in Wilson Co., Tenn. The others were born in 
Orange Co., Ind. The husband, Mr. Brown, builded some of the earliest 
houses in Paoli, and kept a hotel several years in that village. At first the 
Indians were troublesome, and families had to live in forts. The daughter 
Margarett H. was born in a fort. The first two died in Orange Co., Ind. Tho- 
mas Alfred died in Yazoo City. Miss., of yellow fever. I visited the family 
Dec. 8, A. D. 1S36, at their residence, 10 miles W. N. W. of Paoli, Ind., on the 
East bank of the Lost river. Tiie mother descends from William Lomax, tiie 
Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1785. ELIZABETH MAY LOMAX, daughter of Ann Corbin Tayloe and 
her husband, Maj. Thomas Lomax, was born Nov. 27, A. D. 1785, 27th George 
III., and loth year of American Independence; and died June 3, A. D. x866. 
She married Taliaferro Hunter, May 19, A. D. 1807, at Port Tobago, Caroline 
Co., Va. Their children are — 

Dr. Thomas Lomax Hunter, born about A. D, 1808. }^,;, 

Jaivies Hunter, " " " 1809. 

TA1.1AKERRO Hunter, " " " 1810. 

Elizabeth May Hunter, " " " iSii. 

Mann Page Hunter, " '• " 1813. 

The mother descends from John Lomax, the Englishman who settled at 
Port Tobago, Va. 

1785. THOMAS LOMAX, born about A. D. 1785, wlien a young nian, 
came from England, witli his brother Theophilus, to the Easterr. part of 'ih.e 
State of Tenn. He died in the United States army, in the everglades of 
Florida, in A. D. 1814. His residence was in Sevier Co., Tenn. He married 
Susannah Maroon. Their children are— 

Capt. )ohn Lomax, born F"eb. 12, A. D. 1S12 ; died Feb. 24, A. D. 1877. 
Martha Lomax, " about " 1814. 

1785. JOHN LOMAX, son of Temperance Bugg and her husband, Sam- 
uel Lomax, was born in Ga., about A. D. 1785, and died in Mo. He married 
Elizabeth Horner, in Hickman Co., Tenn. Their children are — 

William Lomax, born Aug. 2, A. D. 181 1. 

Russell Lomax, 

Andrew Lomax, 

James Lomax, 

Ann Lomax, 

Wilburn Lo.max, 

The mother died and the father married Phcebe Hufistedler, in Perry Co., 
Tenn. Their children are — 

Joseph Lomax, born Sept. 6, A. D. 1827. < 

Samuel Lomax, " about " 1829. 
Nannie Lomax, " " " 183;. 

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John 1,omax, born Sept. 6, A. D. 1S37. 

Bkttie Lomax, " about '" 1839. , , 

Thomas Lomax. " '• •' 1S41. 

Sarah I.omax, •' " " 1S43. 

In tl)e earl)' part of the year 1S37, I visited this family. Mr. Lomax, the 
head of the family, was a large, strong man. He kindly accompanied me to 
his brother Josiah Lotnax's residence, on Duck river, where u e sjient the 
night. Next morning he rode several miles with me, and put me on the road 
to Nashville. He was a stone mason by occupation. 

17S5. JAMES LOMAX, second son of Rev. James Lomax, was born 
about A. D. 1785, and died about A. D. 1870— aged 85. He became a printer 
and newspaper pro|)rietor, at Stockport, Eng. 

1785. JAML.S LOMAX, of Bolton, Eng., " publican," was born about 
A. D. 1785 ; died, and letters of administration on his estate were granted in 
A. D. 1S30. 

1785. RICHARD GRIMSHAW LOMAX, born about A. D. 1785, at 
Clayton Hall, Lancashire, Eng. A member of the "College of Arms, Lon- 
don, E. C," reports that this R. G. Lomax had arms granted in A. D. 1815. 
As reported, the arms has no resemblance to any other Lomax arms I ever 
saw, and 1 doubt the report. 

'1786. POLLY LOMAX, daughter of Lucretia Taylor and her husband, 
Thomas Lomax, was born at, or near, Danville, Ky., about A. D. 1786, 28tli 
George HI., and died, it is believed, in Montgomery Co., .^io. She married 
Mr. Moxley. 

17S7. ASAHEL LOMAX, son of Sarah Knight and her husband, Wil- 
liam Pemlott Lomax, was born in Guilford Co., N. C, Eeb. 15, A. D. 17S7, 
2Sth George HL, and nth year of American Independence. He died on tl)e 
Missouri river, above Portland, in Calloway Co., Mo., about A. D. 1853. He 
was married in W^iison Co., Tenn. His children are-^ 

William Lomax, born about A. D. 1S12; died about A. D. 1S51. 
Jesse Lomax, " " " 1814 ; " 

Miss Lomax, " " " 1816. 

Miss Lo.MAX, " " " 1818. 

Not far from A. D. 1816 Asahel Lomax moved from the State of Tenn. to. 
or near, Iron Mountain, Mo. Joseph T. Bryan, Esq., Eulton. Mo., wrote ine 
Feb. 16. A. D. iSSS. that he lived in Portland, Mo., from A. D. 1826 to A. D- 
1850.- During that time Asahel Lomax frequently visited Portland. He had 
two sons, William and Jesse, and, he thought, two daughters. 

D. C. Arens. Esq., of Portland, .Mo., wrote me Feb. 28, A. D. 1888, that 
Asahel Lomax died on the Missouri river, above that place, thirty or foity 
years ago. He struck a man in the mouth, and the man's teeth poisoned him 
so that his arm withered up to his shoulder. His son William was killed in a 
miners' row in California. His son Jesse was injured by a horse and died. 



A. D. 17S2. 103 

His daughter married Edward Booker. She had two daughters who lived 
near Chamois, Osage county, Mo. Botli Booker and his wife are dead. 

}. W. Phillips, Esq., of Fulton, wrote me, Feb. j6, 18S8, that '• Asahel 
Lomax was an early settler in Callawa county, Mo. He had two sons. Wil- 
liam and Je.sse. The father and sons are dead. His daughter married Rood 
Odds and settled in Osage county. Mo. I once met one of Rood Odds' 
daughters in Osage county." 

S. W. Loughlin, Esq.. of Cliamois, Mo., Apr. 3, 188S, wrote me that a 
sister of Booker married a Mr. Joseph, and a Jennie Booker lived wJlh tlu-m. 
She married and left the country many years ago. 

17S7. After Asahel Lomax moved to Iron Mountain there are about ten 
years of his life of which I have no account, and the above presumed dates oi 
the births of his children may miss their births many years. He was a large 
and well-built man, very active, had great strength, and loved to fight. He 
was a mill-stone cutter by trade and occupation, but so much more fond of 
fun, frohr and sprees, than earning his living, that he was often entangled in 
financial troubles. In those days " imprisonment for debt " was the law. It 
cost his brothers a large amount of money to settle his indebtedness, and on 
clearing him from the last one in Tennessee, an estrangement took place, and 
he went to Missouri ; after which there was no correspondence between him 
and his brothers. His son William was one of the finest specimens of physi- 
cal manhood, and had a liberal share of his father's characteristics. The 
father may have had other children than those above named. He was a de- 
scendant of William Lomax, the Engiishman, who settled in Rockingham 
. county, N. C. 

1787. MAJOR MANN PAGE LOMAX. son of Ann Corbin Tayloe and 
her husband, Thomas Lomax, was born at Port Tobago. Carohne 
County, Va., Feb. 15, A. D. 17S7, ^Slh George HL. and nth year of 
American Independence, and married Elizabeth Virginia Lindsay, daughter 
of Capt. William Lindsay, a descendant of the Scotch house of Lindsay. .May 
II, A. D. 1820. Captain Lindsay was a personal friend of Gen. Wa.shington 
and La Fayette, and a gentleman of wealth. That wealth he gave to his 
country. He served in the army in the revolutionary war without pay. in the 
famous Lee's Legion. Ae was wounded in defending the Red House, i.n N. 
J.-, and died from the effects of that wound, at Newport, R. I., to which place 
he resorted for his health. Major M. P. Lomax died March 27, A. D. 1842, 
and was buried at Watertown. Mass. His children were— 

Jane Taloe Lomax, born Feb. 2, A. D. 1821 ; died May 26, A. D. 1847- 

Elizabeth Lindsay Lomax, born A. D. 1823; died Apr. 25, A. 1). 1846. 

LuNSFOR© Tai.oe Lomax, died in infancy. 

WiLUiAM Lindsay Lomax, 

Mann Page Lomax, " 

Ann Corrin Lomax. 

Mattik Virginia Sarah Lindsay Lomax. 

Ei,eanor Victoria Lomax, died Jan. 29, A. D. 1880. 

Julia Lomax. 



I04 A. D. 17S2. 

Mary Jewell Lomax. 

Gen. Lindsay Lunsford Lomax, born about A. D. 1839. 

Major M. P. Lcmax was a distinguished officer in the U. S. army. He 
was one of the four captains chosen from the whole army to be a Major in the 
Ordinance corps, and served through the Indian campaign. He never asked 
for a furlougli, and was never court-martialed. 

In the printed memorial of the late Benjamin Ogle Tayloe, the following 
anecdote is found: During the war of A. D. 1812-15, Major Lomax was Ad- 
jutant General to Gen. Wilkinson, near St. Lawrence river, and was sent 
blindfolded within the British lines on a message of duly. He dined with the 
British ofllcer. At the table toasts were drunk. The British ofTicer gave, 
"Mr. NJadison, dead or alive." When his turn came Major Lomax gave, 
"The Prince Regent, drunk or sober." The British officer sprang to his leet 
and fiercely asked, -'Do you intend that for an insult?" Lomax cooly replied, 
" A return for an insult." There the matter dropped. 

The daughters of Major Lomax, in [1863] were arrested by Col. Frost, 
Provost Marshal at Baltimore, on a charge of entertaining a spy, a poor, 
crippled, imbecile boy, to whom, in charity, the ladies had given food and a 
night's lodging. The injustice of the charge was called to the attention ol 
Col. Frotl, v.'ho acknowledged the error he had made, and h.id the ladies re- 
leased from imprisonment in Fortress Monroe. They were sent by Gen. 
B. F. Butler back to their home in Baltimore. He admitted tiiat it was all a 
mistake. 

Major Lomax, the head of this family, was ordered from Florida to Water- 
town Aisenal, near Boston. The sudden change of climate developed 
consumption of which he died at the arsenal, and was buried at Mount Auburn. 
near Boston. He was a cultured gentleman, a faithful officer, and a noted 
wit. 

Capt. Lomax was selected with four others, on one occasion, to form the 
advance corps. When asked by the Secretary of War how long he had been 
a captain, iiis reply was, that he was ranked by no one he ever heard of but 
Josiiua, captain of the Israelites. 

1787. COL. JAMES LOMAX, son of Jane Dilworth and her husband 
James Lomax, Sen., was born May 5, A. D. 1787, 28th George III., and 12th 
year of American independence, and died in Abbeville Co., S. C, Sept. iS, 
A. D. rft35. He married Matilda Hargrave, A. D. 1813. Their children are— 

Mary Ann Lo.max, born Sept. 22, A. D. 1815; died May 21, A. D. iSiS. 

John D. Lomax, " Mar. 12, " 1817; " Apr. 15, " 181S. 

William James Lomax," Dec. 2, " 1817; " June 14, " 1SS9. 

Lucien Lomax, Esq., " Dec. 2, " 1819; " " 1S84. 

Dr. Warren George Lomax, born Dec. 25, A. D. 1S24; died Nov. 2, 
A. D. 18S6. 

Joseph Lo.max. born about A. D. 1S26; died young. 

Col. Lomax and liis children were born in Abbeville Co., S. C. He was 
buried in the Lomax cemetery, and the following words are inscribed on his 



I A. D. 1789. 105 

I tombstone: " In memory of James Lotnax, Jr., born Mays, ^787, died Sept. 

i i8, 1835, aged 47 years, 4 months, 13 days. To mark the spot where sleeps 

the patriot and Christian, this stone arises. A friend to the friendless and a 
friend to noble principles. The casket of virtue he had adorned and beauti- 
fied rn life and its effulgence shone brightest when triumphanting over death, 
glorifying God and the Lamb forever." 

He erected a commodious mansion a halt mile west of his father's house, 
which he occupied up to his death. He was a representative, several times, 
in the State Legislature. He descends from William Lomax, the English- 
man, who settled in Rockingham Co., in the Colony of N. C. 

1787. jOSIAH LOMAX, son ot Temperance Bugg and her husband 
Samuel Lomax, was born in the State of Georgia about A. D. 1787, and died 
in Tennessee, A. D. 1864. He married and his wife died childless. He was 
a wealthy planter and resided on Duck River in Tennessee. I visited him in 
A. D. 1837. He was a tall and straight man, and had black hair and black 
eyes. He married a second wife, and their children are— 

R. T. Lomax, born April 24, A. D. 1842. 

William Lomax, born about A. D. 1843. This last named son, con- 
tracted a chronic diarrhoea in the "Confederate" army, was discharged at 
Cumberland Gap, returned home and died about A. D. 1867. 

j^ 1787. DR. CHARLES LOMAX, third son of Rev. James Lomax. was 

/ born about A. D. 1787. He practiced at Weobly in Hertfordshire, England, 
and died "in the sixties," aged 73. 

1788. ABSALOM LOMAX, son of Jane and James Lomax, was born 
in Abbeville County, S. C, July 4, A. D. 17S8, 12th year of American inde- 
pendence. He married Miss Cloa Calvert. She was born Dec. 25, A. D. 
1788. Their children are, as'l am informed — 

Jane Dillard Lomax, born Oct. 8, A. D. 1808 ; died Jan. 28, A. D. 1887. 
' Nancy Dillard Lomax, " about " 1812. 

» James Dillard Lomax, " " " 1818; died Sept. 12, A. D. 184S. 

Margaret Matilda Lomax, born about A. D. 1818. 
George W. A. J. Lomax, born Feb. i, A. D. 1821; died July 2^, A. D. 
1879. These children were all born in Abbeville Co., S. C. The father was 
born on the birthday of the nation, and the mother was born on the birthday 
of our Lord aud Saviour, Jesus Christ. The father descends from VVilliam 
Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1788. HESTER ANN LOMAX, daughter of Lucretia Taylor and her 
husband, Thomas Lomax, was born near Danville, Ky., about A. D. 1788, and 
it is thought she died in Montgomery Co., Mo. She married Mr. Hayes. 

1789. .On Apr. 30, A. D. 1789, George Washington was sworn into the 
ist presidential term. Under the Constitution, these presidential terms always 
commence, and end, at noon, on Mar. 4, «;ach recurring four years. 

1789 AARON LOMAX, son of Terrence Lomax, was born in Abbeville 
Co., S. C, May 5, A. D. 1789. He died Dec. 9, A. D. 1848, aged 59 years, 7 
months and 4 days. He married Elizabeth Brownlee, Sept. 3, A. D. 1812. 



io6 A. D. 1790. 

She was born Sept. 6, A. D. 1787. and died May 20, A. D. 1854. Their child- 
ren are — 

Samuel Robertson LoMAX, born July 10, A. D. 1816; died Aug. 24, 
A. D. 18S6. 

Jesse Lo.ma.x, born Nov. 16, A. D. 1818 ; died Feb. 14, A. D. 1886. 

.\UGUSTVS LoMAx, born Nov. 18, A. D. 1820; died Aug. — , A. D. 1S82. 

Savannah Lacy Lomax, born May 17, A. D. 1825; died Dec. 2.^, A. D. 
1S69. 

George W. Lomax, born Aug. 13, A. D. 1827 ; died Sept. i, A, D. 186^;. 

Resides these children six others died in infancy whose names are not ir. 
the family record. The father was a wealthy and respectable planter, and 
descended from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rockingham 
Co., N. C. 

MARY LOMAX, daughter of Temperance Bugg and her husband, Sam- 
uel Lomax, was born in Georgia, about A. D. 1789, and died in Perry Co., 
Tenn., about A. D. 1861. She married Byrrel Wilburn. Their children are— 

John Wilburn, born about A. D. 181 1; died A. D. 1865. 

Samuel Wilburn, born about A. D. 1813. 

Dr.Josiah Wilburn, born about A. D. 1815. 

James Wilburn, born about A. D. 1817; died A. D. i860. 

Mary Wilburn, born about A. D. 1819. 

Elizabeth Wilburn, born about A. D. 1821. 

The children wern born in Perry Co., Tenn. The mother descends from 
Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Ga. to Tenn. When I 
visited this family, Feb. 6, A. D. 1837, the residence was two miles from 
Beardstown, on Cane Creek. The mother was.a bright and sensible lady. 
and her son Josiah a bright young man. 

1789. JOHN LOMAX, fourth son of Rev. James Lomax, was born in Eiig 
land, about A. D. 1789, and died about A. D. 1853. For 39 years he held the 
old grammar school at Halesowen — once in Salop, but now transferred to 
Worcestershire. He educated all the country round. His eldest son is— 

Rev. Charles Henry Lomax, who was born July 3, A. D. 1820. 

1790. ALFRED LOMAX, son of Sarah Knight and her husband, Wil- 
liam Pemlott Lomax, was born in Guilford county, N. C, Dec. 25, A. !>• 
if 790. 32d George 111., and 2d year ist presidential term — WasAtng/on. He 
died Feb. 14, A. D. 1881, at Amity, Ark. His wife's Christian name wa> 
Mary. Their children are — 

Louis Pe.mlott Lomax, born Apr. I, A. D. 1818; died June 26, A. T'- 
1844. 

William Wilson Lomax, born May i,A. D. 1826; died A. D. 1879. 

Rev. Alexander Adams Lomax, born May 4, 1830, in .Obion countv. 
Tenn. 

Charles Hannibal Lomax, born June i, A. D. 1833; died Oct. 6, A. D- 
1S74. 



A. D. 1791. 107 

James Henry Lomax, born A. D. 1835; died A. D. 1868, from a gunshot 
which he received in the Confederate army. 

Alfred Mitchell Lomax. born A. D. 1839, and was killed in a battle 
on Island No. 10, in the late war. The four younger sons went into tiie ser- 
vice of the Southern army at its start. The father descends from William 
Lomax. the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham county, N. C. 

1790. Benjamin Franklin died April 17, A. D. 1790. 

1790. JAMES LOMAX. of Little Bolton, Eng., "aleseller." born about 
A. D. 1790; died, and his will was proved A. D. 1835. 

1790. MARY LOMAX, of Tong. England (wife of James), "crofttr." 
was born about A. D. 1790; died, and her will was proved A. D. 1S35. 

1790. MARY LOMAX, born about A. D. 1790; married Charles Samuel 
Woodd, of Bridge Mort\n.—Misce//anea (Jenealogica et Ilera/dica, vol. 2. />. 84. 

J790. MALINDA LOMAX. daughter of Lucretia Taylor and her hus- 
band Thomas Lomax, was born in or near Danville, Ky., about A. D. 1790 ; 
and married Joseph Howard It is thought they died in Montgomery Co., Mo. 

1791- THEOPHILUS LOMAX, born about A. D. 1791, and died near 
Rockport, 111., in A. D. 1866. It is thought he was an Englishman when he 
came to Seveir Co., Tenn. One of his sons thinks Mmtha and Thomas were 
his parent's names. He married Elizabeth Maroon. She died in Brown Co , 
111 , of a cancer on the nose, Feb. 16, A. D. 1862, aged 90 years. Their 
children are— 

John Lomax, born Feb. 10, A. D. 1812; died Feb. 24, A. D. 1S77. 

Sarah Lomax. born Oct. 2, A. D. 1813; died July 26, A. D. 1878. 

Thomas I omax, born A. D. 1815 ; died Sept., A. D. 1875. 

Susan Lomax, born A. D. 182 1 ; died A. D. 1878. 

Mary Ann Lomax, born April 2, A. D. 1822; died April 29, A. D. 1S87. 

Sii-AS R. Lomax, born fan, 28, A. D. 1823; died Feb. 25, A. D. 18S0. 

Jane Lomax, born March 8, A. D. 1825; died Dec. 18, A. D. 1853, 

Elizabeth Lomax, born April 8, A. D. 1827; died A. D. 1880. 

Theophilus Lomax, born Aug. 11, A. D. 1830. 

Daniel M. Lomax, born April 29, A. D. 1832; died A. D. 1887. 

Frances M. Lomax, born Jan. 2, A. D. 1836; died Dec. 25, A. D. 1856. 

The youngest left no descendants. The first nine were born in Blount 
Co., Tenn., and the last two in Mo., Daniel in Linn Co . and Frances M. in 
Montgomery. The family moved to Linn Co. in A. D. 1830. The father was 
a soldier in the war of A. D. 1812, and the (Government gave him a land 
warrant for his services in A.D. 1854 or 5. He and his wife were known as 
" Hardshell Baptists." He was a tarmer; in politics, a Democrat. He was a 
good English scholar, and ot a proud, independent spirit. His eleven children 
attained the age ot manhood and womanhood. 

1791. RACHEL LOMAX, daughter of Jane Dilworth and her husband, 
James Ix)max, Sen., was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, Aug. 22, A. D. i79r. 
32d George III., and 3d year of first presidential term— W'a.s/;/«^/#«. She died 



io8 A. D. 



1793- 



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Dec. i8, A. D. 1S72. She married Jesse S. Adams, Aug. 22, A. D. 1817. Tl 
children are— 

Cynthia Jane Adams, born Oct. 28, A. D. 1S19. 

Iames Jesse Adams, " "28, " 1821 ; died Oct. 5. A. D. 1865. 

Julia A. Adams, " Dec. 7. " 1822; " 

Louisa M. Adams, " Jan. 30, <' 1825;' married Dr. Blenford 

varboroiigh. 

George Franklin Adams, born Feb. 18, A. D. 1827 ; married and moved 
to Texas. 

John A. Adams, born Dec. 8, A. D. 1829; married Elmira Martin. 

William L. Adams, born Jan. 19, A. D. 1832. He was thrown from a 
horse, and. his foot hanging in stirrup, was dragged to death, his body being 
horribly mangled. The children were born in Abbeville county, S. C. They 
and their mother descend from William Lomax. the Englishman, who settled 
in Rockingham county, in the Colony of N. C. The homestead of this family 
was 2^ miles S. E. of the plantation of James Lomax, Sen. In the year 1850, 
oneofMr. Adams' negroes was hired to one Samuel Branch, who adminis- 
tered a brutal whipping to said negro. He and Adams met in a workshop, in 
which an altercation over the whipping occurred. Branch took a large screw- 
driver, with which he atteriipted to butcher Adams ; but he snatched it out of 
his hands and stabbed him to death with it. Adams gave himself up, was 
tried for the killing and acquitted-the jury holding the act to be Justifiable 
homicide. The son James Jesse was brutally murdered by a negro, when 
such outrages were allowed and the murderers protected from punishment 
under the administration of the General Government in the days of their " re- 
construction " outrage. 

1791- SARAH LOMAX, daughter of Temperance Bugg and her hus- 
band, Samuel Lomax, was born in Georgia, about A. D. 1791, and married 
Willis Russell about A. D. i8ir, in Tennessee. Their child is—' 

Elizaueth Russell, born about A. D. 1812. 

1791- ADAM LOMAX, grand-son of Adam Lomax, was born about 
A. D. 1791, and died Jan; 21, A. D. 1872. He was a solicitor, so was his grand- 
father, both in Bolton, England.— Z?cr/£>«'j Glean, of Bolton. 

1792. SEABORN LOMAX. son of Sarah and Terrence Lomax, was born 
in Abbeville Co., S. C, June 5, A. D. 1792. 33d George III. and 4th year ist 
Presidential term— Washington. He married Dorothy Burton, about A. D. 1813 
He died Nov. 9, A. D. 1869, and left no issue. He descends from William" 
Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N, C. 

1792- THOMAS LOMAX, Bolton, England, yeoman, born about A. D. 
1792, and his will was proved in A. D. 1837. 

1793. March 4, A. D. 1793, George Washington commenced the second 
Presidential term, having been re-elected without opposition. 

1793- WILLIAM LOMAX. son of Temperance Bugg and her husband 
Samuel Lomax, was born in Georgia, Dec. 16, .A^. D. 1793, 35th George III. and 
ist year 2d Presidential \^xn\—Waihinglon; and died in Humphrey Co.. 



A. D. 1795- 109 

Teiin., Aug. 26, A. D. 1887. He married Elizabeth Arrington, in Dickson Co.. 
Tenn., Marcli i, A. D. 1820. Their children are— 

John Harbord Loma.x, born Dec. 16, A. D. 1822. 

Mary Loma.x, born June 5, A. D. 1S25; died April 19, A. D. 1827. 

FoRABY Lo.MAX, born March 13, A. D. 1827. 

Elizabeth Lomax, born Sept. 20, A. D. 1829. 

Martha Jane Lomax, June 3, A. D. 1832. 

Temperance Lomax, born Nov. 10, A. D. 1835. 

Melissa Lomax, born Dec. 15, A. D. 1837; died in infancy. 

William Har\'ey Lo.max, born Nov. 9, A. D. 1839. 

JosiAH Lomax, born June 5, A. D. 1841 ; died Apr. 19, A. D. 1887. 

James Wesley Lomax, born Sept. lo, A. D. 1843. The father was a 
soldier in the war oi A. D. 1812-15, and received a pension for that service, of 
H8.00 per month, from A. D. 187 1 to the date of his death. He was a mem- 
ber of the " Primitive Baptist" denomination 50 years. The mother was also 
a " Primitive Baptist." In politics the father was a Democrat. 

1793- JOHN LO.MAX was Adam's brother. He was also a Solicitor of 
Bolton. — Barton's Local Glean'mgs of Bolton, Eng. He was born about A. D. 
1793- 

1794. MARIA LOMAX, daughter of Sarah Short and her husband, Ter- 
rence Lomax, was born in Abbeville Co,, S. C, Oct. 27, A. D. 1794, 36 George 
III., and 2d year 2d presidential \&xm.— Washington. She died in Austin Co., 
Tex., in Jan , A. D. 1S71. Slie married John Brownlee, and was his second 
wife. He came from the North of Ireland, was a merchant, and died a rich 
man. Their children are — 

John A. Brownlee, born Oct. 9, A. D. 1815 ; died July 21, A. D. 1861. 

Seaborn Lomax Brownlee, born June 19, A. D. 1819; died July 22, 

A. D. 1S84. 

George W. Brownlee, born Dec. 27, A. D. 1823 ; died July 15, A. D. 
1888. 
Sarah Ann Brownlee, born Mar. 11, A. D. 1826; died Nov. 10, A. D. 1877. 

James Henry Brownlee, born Nov. 30, A. I). 1833. These children 
were born in Abbeville Co., S. C. Their mother descends from William 
Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rocicmgham Co., N. C. The family 
Bible and many lamily keepsakes were stolen by Sherman's plundering 
soldiers, in Georgia. 

JOSEPH LOMAX, of Great Bolton, England, yeoman, was born about 
A. D. 1794 ; died and his will was proved in A. D. 1839. 

1794. NANCY LOMAX, daughter of Lucretia Taylor and her husband, 
Thomas Lomax, was born in or near Danville, Ky., about A. D. 1794; and it 
is believed she died in Montgomery Co., Mo. She married Mr. Freeman. 

1794. THONL-AS LOMAX, of Great Bolton. England, boilersmith, was 
born about A. D. 1794; died and his will was proved in A. D. 1839. 

1795- PETER LOMAX, son of Nancy Hairston and her husband William 
Loma.x, was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, July 3, A. D. 1895, 36th George III. 



V 



iio A. D. 17S1. 

and 3d year 2d Presidential ierm— Washing ion; and died July 3, A. D. 1834. 
He married Mary H. Pettis, and their children are— 

Lewis |. Lomax, born April i, A. D. 1S21 ; died Nov. 29, A. D. 1833. 

Benjamin Francis Lomax, born June 17, A. D. 1823; died Sept. 22 
A. D. 1S26. 

James Wesley Lomax, born June 11, A. D. 1825; died in A. D. 1885. 

William Augustus Lomax, born May 7. A. D. 182S; died in Mississippi, 
not manied. 

Louisa Ann Lomax. born Oct, 10, A. D. 1830; died Aujj. 12, A. D. 1882. 

Jesse Andrew Lomax. born Dec. 2, A. D. 1832. The father was a 
planter, was murdered in Alabama, and descends from William Lomax, the 
Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co, N. C. 

1797. On March 4, A. D. 1797, John Adams commenced the 3d Presi- 
dential term. 

1797. HAMPSON LOMAX, ofRamworth, England, yeoman, was born 
about A. D. 1797; died and his will was proved A. D. 1842. 

1797- JAMES LOMAX, son of Temperance Bugg and her husband, 
Samuel Lomax, was born in Ga., about A. D. 1797, and died in Tenn., Dec. i, 
A. D. 1845. He married Lydia Horner, in Hickman Co., Tenn. Their child- 
ren are — 

Martha Lomax. born about A. D. 1831. 

Mima Lomax, born about A. D. 1833. 

Temperance Lomax, born about A. D. 1835. 

Joseph Lomax, born about A. D. 1837 ; died in Mar., A. D. 1863. 

Mary Lomax, born about A. D. 1839. 

Pleasant Lomax, born about A. D. 1841 ; died Nov. 30, A. D. 1864. 

William Lomax, born about A. D. 1843. 

James Thomas Lomax, born Dec. 11, A. D. 1845. Th2 son Joseph was 
killed in the Confederate army, near Thompson's Station; and the son 
Pleasant was killed at Franklin, Tenn., in the Confederate army. I visited 
the family near Beardstown, Tenn, in A. D. 1837. The father was a tall, 
portly, blue-eyed man, and a " Regular Baptist." The family Bible was 
destroyed by the vandal soldiers of the Union army. The father descends 
from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman who came from Tenn] to Ga. 

1798. MR. LOMAX married Alice , and lived three miles from 

Bury, Eng. He was born about A. D. 1798, and his children are— 

Samuel Cross Lomax, born about A. D. 1S20. 

William Lomax, born about A. D. 1822. 

Alice Lomax, born about A. D. 1824. and married William Hill. 

Henry Lomax, born about A. D. 1826. 

Margaret Lomax, born about A. D. 1S40; died about A. D. 1858. 

1798. PETER LOMAX, painter, born about A. D. 1798, near Little Lever, 
Eng.; died, and his will was proved A. D. 1843. 



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A. D. i8cx). HI 

1799. TEMPERANCE LOMAX, daughter of Temperance Bugg and 
her husband, Samuel Lomax, was born in Ga., May i, A. D. 1799. 40th George 
III., and 3d year 3d presidential X^xm—John Adams. She died in Perry Co.. 
Tenn., Apr. 7, A. D. 1863. She married Horner Cude, in said Co., Oct. 5, 
A. D. 1817. He died June 26, A. D. 1858. Their children are— 

John Horner Cude, born July 30, A. D. 1818; died. 

Nancy Cude, born Apr. 20, A. D. 1S20. 

Sarah Cude, born Dec. i, A. D. 1821 ; died June 4, A. D. 1862. 

Andrew C. Cude, born Jan. 20, A. D. 1824. 

Maria Cude, born Nov. 25. A. D. 1828; died Mar. 23, A. D. 1849. 

William Hodge Cude, born .Sept 8, A. D. 1829 ; died .May 16, A. D. 
1864. 

Horner Lomax Cude, born Aug. 15, A. D. 1837 ; died Mar. 4, A. D. 1865. 
The three sons, John H., William H. and Horner L., were volunteers and 
gallant soldiers in the Confederate army. They participated in many battles 
— Chicamauga, Atlanta. Franklin, Nashville, etc. The first named died in 
Ky., the second in Ga., and the third was brutally murdered, not in battle, by 
Union soldiers. Andrew C. has been married three times and fitis a large 
/amily of children. I visited the family Feb. 4, A. D. 1837. The mother was a 
bright, sensible woman, and descends from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman 
who came to Teim. from Ga. 

1800. SH ADR ACH LOMAX, son of Susan Emmons and her husband, 
Capt. Moses Lomax, was born in Rockingham Co., N. C, about A. D. 1800. 
He married Nancy Roberts. Their children are— 

Hamilton Peay Lomax, born Nov. 28, A. D. 1832; died Sept. 11, 1SS2. 
Mary Jane Lomax, born about A D. 1834. 

Nancy Lomax, born about A. D. 1836; died young. The father descends 
from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1800. ROBERT LOMAX, son of Robert Lomax, was born at Harwood, 
Eng., about A. D. 1800. His children are— 

Robert Ernest Lomax, born in A. D. 1845. 

Rev. Henry Joshua Lomax, born about A. D. 1847. 

Mary Elizabeth Lo.max, born about A. D. 1849. The father held the 
estate which descended from Richard F"ogg, and he bore the Lomax of Har- 
wood arms. 

1800. ROBERT LOMAX, a comely magistrate from Mar. 31, A D. 1830, 
to Mar. 5, A. D. 1839 ; born about A. D. 1800. — Barton's Local Notes. 

1800. This year, iSoo, the democratic congressmen, in caucus at Phila- 
delphia, nominated Thomas Jelfetson for President and Aaron Burr for Vice 
President; and federalists nominated John Adams for President. At the en- 
suing Nov. election Jefferson had 73 electors and Adams 65. 

i8oo. DR. HENRY ISAAC LO.MAX, second son of Ann Gunn and her 
husband, Dr. James Wright Lomax, was born about A. D. iSoo. He bought 
a practice whiih proved to be not what it was represented. He then became 



112 A. D. iSoo. 

one of the assistant medical officers in tlie Cheadle Lunatic Asylumnear Man- 
chester, and there remained during his life. He left a widow and a large 
family of children in but moderate financial circumstances, but I have none 
of their names. 

iSoi. ELIZA LOMAX, daughter of Nancy Hairston and her husband, 
William Lomax, was born in Abbeville, S. C, in A. D. i8di, and died 
in Ala., Feb. 17, A. D. 1S72. She married Rev. David Rayburn, July 15, 1S19. 
Their children are — 

Amaritha Caroline Ravkurn. born .Apr. 22, A. D. 1S20; died July 17, 

A. D. 1S55. , 

David Jesse Rayburn. born Apr. 13. A. D. 1822; died Aug. 15, A. D. ^ 

1822. 

William Lewis Rayburn, born Mar. 10, A. D. 1824; died Oct. 6, A. D. / 

1833. •' 

James Hodges Rayburn, born Dec. 5, A. D. 1826 ; died Dec. 24. A. D. 

1840. 

Nancy Ann Rayburn, born June 26, A. D. 1S29 ; died Oct. 8, A. D. 1S33. 
Sarah Jane Rayburn, born Mar. 30, A. D. 1832; diEd Dec. 18, .\ D. 

Joseph Augustus Rayburn, born Dec. 28, A. D. 1834; died Oct. 4, A. D. •' 
1837. 

After marriage the parents moved from Abbeville Co. to Ala., where 
their children were born. The mother descends from William Lomax. the 
Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1801. Although Jefferson had been voted for as presidential candidate. 
and Burr for Vice President on the same ticket, at the Nov. election, their 
vote being equal, the law then in force threw the election in the House of 
Representatives of Congress. Burr turned traitor to the democracy and 
joined the lederali ,ts, who abandoned John Adams, their candidate, and. 
after a long and angry contest in tlie House, Jefierson was elected. A. D. 
1801, as President, and on Mar. 4th commenced the 4th presidential term. 

1801. JOHN LOMAX, ESQ., son of Catherine Greaves and her husband. 

Richard Grimshaw Lomax, Esq., of Clayton Hall, Eng.. was born Aug. 9. 

A D 1801 42d George III., and ist year 4th presidential term -/e^ersori; 

and died July 15. A. D. 1849. He married Helen Aspinall. daughter of John 

" Aspinall, Esq., of Standen Hall, Lancashire, Nov. 29, A. D. 1836. 

1801. PETER LOMAX, Little Lever, Eng., "gentleman." born about 
A. D. 1801 ; died, and his will was proved A. D. 1846. 

1S02. LAWRENCE LOMAX, son of John Lomax, near Bury, Lanca- 
shire, Eng., born about A. D. 1802. He married Ann Ormrond, ot Todding- 
ton. ' Married in Bolton Parish Church. Their son is— 

John A.- Lomax, born July 17, A- D- 1^26, at Red Bridge, New Cockney, 
Moor two miles from Bolton. He landed in this country Jan. 3, A. D. iMi> 
is a business man in Chicago. 



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I. D. 1803. 113 

1802. WILLIAM LOMAX, son of Ann Dwiggins and her husband, Rob- 
rt Lotnax, was born in N. C, in A. D. 1802, and died in 111,, A. D. 1878. His 
hildren are— 

Elizabeth Lomax, born about A. D. 1827. 

Robert A. Lomax, born about A. I). 1829. 

The father descends from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in 
ockingham Co., N. C. 

1802. Louis Kossuth the Hungarian revolutionist, was born Sept. 16, 
. D. 1802, at Monok, Zemplin. His fath'^r was a small farmer and land- 
)lder of the nobility. 

1803. SARAH SHORT LOMAX, daughter of Nancy Hairston and her 
isband William Lomax, was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, March 3, A. D. 
03, 44th George III., and 2d year 4th Presidential term, Jefferson, and died 

Alabama, Aug. 29, A. D. 1855. She married David Atkins. They had no 
lildren. She descended from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled 
Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1803. TEMPERANCE G. LOMAX. daughter of Rachel Hiatt and her 
isband Elijah Lomax, born in Ky., May 22, A. D. 1803, and died Jan. 31, 
D. 1887. She married John Pool of N. C , who was born June 10, A. D. 
76, and died at Abingdon, III., April 7, A. D. 1S56. Their children are— 

Sarah A. J. Pool, born Oct. 17, A. D. 1824. 

Rachel Pool, " Mar. 29, " 1826; died Sep. 24, A. D. 1870. 

Elizabeth Pool, " May 13, " 1828. 

Elijah Pool, " Mar. 8, " 1830; died June 11, A. D. 1851. 

John H. Pool, " May 19, " 1832. 

William T. Pool, " Mar. 20, " 1834. 

Rhoda J. Pool, " May 28, " 1836; died Jan. 14, A. D. 1879. 

Benjamin Pool, " May 8, " 1838. 

Fred M. J. Pool, " Apr. 18, " 1840. 

Verlinda C. Pool, " Sept. 8, " 1842. 

AsBURY W. Pool, " Nov. 11, " 1845. All, except the last, were 
rn in Warren Co., Ky., and the last in. Warren Co., 111. The family moved 
Knox Co.. Ill, in the fall o( A. 1). 1S42. They bought land on Sec. 24, 
)yd township, Warren Co., and settled on it in A. D. 1845; and there re- 
ed until A. D. 1S56. The father and children^ Elijah, Rhoda, Rachel, and 
Carr, are buried in Cherry Grove Cemetary at Abingdon. The descend- 
s of Temperance G. Lomax count 88 grandchildren and 80 great-grand- 
Idren. The mother descended from Thomas Lomax, ol Danville, Ky. 

1803. SARAH LOMAX. daughter of Ann Dwiggins and her husband 
3ert Lomax, was born in N C. A. D. 1803. She married Thomas B. 
roll, who has died. Her address is, Lomax, III. She descends from 
liam Lomax, the Englisiiman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1803. Robert Emmet, the Irish insurrectionist, was caught, tried, con- 
med and hanged, this year. 



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1803. It is the year in which the United States purchased Louisiana from 
France, paying $15,000,000, lor territory including that State, Arkansas, Mis- 
souri, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, the Dakotas, Montana, the Indian Territory 
and a large part of Minnesota, Colorado and Wyoming. 

1S03. JAMES LOMAX, ESQ., of Alesprings, in Great H«arwood, son of 
Catiierine Greaves and her husband, Riciiard Grimshaw Lomax, born 
A. n. 1S03. He was J. P. and D. L. for Lancashire K. C. S. G.; succeeded to 
the Clayton Estates on tlie death of his brother John, in A. I). 1849. (K. C. S. 
G. — Knight Commander of St. George the Great.) He married Frances 
Cecilia Yerda Walmsley, daughter of Charles VValmsley, Esq., of Westwood, 
near Wigan. He died March 26, A. D. 1S86. 

1803. WILLIAM LOMAX, born near Harwood, Lancashire, England. 
about A. D. 1803, and died in A. D. 1858. His wife's name was Hannah, and 
she died in A. D. jS86, aged 81. He was paternal grandfather of Anson 
Lomax. Esq., agent in Bolton. They had a son — 

Henky Lomax, born about A. D. 1826, died April 17, A. D. 1890. This 
family belongs to the Harwood branch. 

1804. THOMAS LOMAX, weaver, Tyldesley, England, born about 
A. D. 1804, died, and his will was proved A; D. 1849. 

1804. MARY LOMAX, daughter of Nancy Hairston and her husban'^, 
William Lomax, was born about A. D. 1804, and died childless in the State of 
Mississippi. She married Lewis Pressley. She descends from William Lomax, 
the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1803. WILLIAM LOMAX, born in Harwood, Lancashire, England, 
about A. D. 1804, died in A. D. 1870. His wife's name was Alice, and she 
died in A. D. 1876. Their daughter is— 

Mary Lomax, born about A. D. 1827. and died in A. D. 1888. AfTelside 
was her birthplace. She married Henry Lomax. 

1805. March 4, A. D. 1805, Thomas Jefferson commenced the 5th Presi- 
dential term. 

1805. THOMAS LOMAX, son of Temperance Bugg and her husband 
Samuel Lomax, was born in Williamson Co., Tenn., June 4, A. D. 1805, 46th 
George III., and 1st year 5th Presidential \.G.rm, Jefferson, and resides at San 
Louis, Potosi, Mexico. He wa^elected Registerof Perry Co., Tenn., ten times, and 
served in that oflice thirty-six years and six months; and at the same time he 
was a farmer. He married Anne Horner, in Hickman county, Tenn., Jan. 
7, A. D. 1S27. Their children are — 

William Lomax, born Oct. 22, A. D. 1S27. 

James Lomax, born about A. D. 1S29. 

John W. Lomax, born about A. D. 1835. 

His wife died and he married a second wife, and she is dead. He has 
been a member of the Baptist church sixty-one years. 

1805. THOMAS LOMAX, of Rumworth, Eng., "gentleman," born about 
A. D. 1805, died, and his will was proved A. D. 1850. 



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A. D. 1805. 115 

1805. THOMAS LOMAX HUNTER, son of Elizabeth May Lomax and 
her husband, Taliaferro Hunter, was born about A. D. 1805. He was married, 
and descends from John Lomax, the Englishman who settled at Port Tobago, 
Va. 

1805. LOUISA LOMAX, a cousin to John Lomax, of N. Y., was born 
about A. D, 1805. She married a Mr. " Broadman," or " Boardman," in Phila- 
delphia. 

1805. STUART L. LOMAX, son of Thomas Lunsford Lomax, was born 
about A. D. 1805. He married and had children. 

1805. JOHN LOMAX, son of James Lomax, was born in Bolton, Eng., 
A. D. 1805, and died of cholera, in New York City, Sept. 19, A. D. 1834. He 
married Hannah Dodson, daugliter of David Dodson, Esq.. of Knares- 
borough, Yorkshire, Eng., A. D. 1824. Their children are — 

Sophia Dodson Lomax, born A. D. J826. 

Dr. Joseph Dodson Lomax, born Apr. 4, A. D. 1827. 

Ann Maria Lomax, born A. D. 1829; died A. D. 1844. 

Marv Ann Lomax, born A. D. 1833. 

John Henry Lomax, born A. D. 1835 ; died A. D. 1878. 

1805. Mr. H. Lomax (Mitchell), of N. Y., a grandson of fohn Lomax, has 
a letter Irom his grandfather to his grandmother, written in N. Y. He says: 
* * " Home, a home which, had not adversity's galling chain so closely 
circled it, was the centre of my happiness, and the asylum where, on thy 
bosom, I could have accounted myself more happy than commonly falls the 
share of mortal man. * * * The weather has set in now, I suppose, for a 
few months. I am told that until September we shall be tolerably well 
roasted. * * * We go to work at seven — get our breakfast before we go — 
have an hour to dinner, and then work until seven again, and then get supper. 
In the daytime I have no time for reflection. If I do reflect, which is some- 
times the case, everything in hand goes wrong, and I am in thousands of 
minds to return ; but this I could not do except 1 had a certainty to come to. 
It is impossible that I shall ever like this country as well as my own ; and for 
one who is quite attached and prejudiced in favour of your country, and eveti 
your own country, it is not to be hoped that you would reconcile yourself in 
any reasonable degree. Independent of the change of climate, which is 
material, there are other obstacles which will be seen with vexation, and felt 
greatly. Here a small family cannot occupy a cottage. There are none in 
the city. The family has to take a room or two in a large house, where num- 
bers of families are living in the same manner. For two rooms there is 
regularly paid not less than fitty dollars the year, and your fireing is very 
dear, clothing very expensive, and all but victuals dearer than in England. 
In general, the men are more refined, considerable better educated, and, up- 
on the whole, have the appearance of a more polished j)eopIe. .The ladies 
dress very gay. It is an utter impossibility to distinguish the rich lady from 
the poor servant girl, if dress and appearance are to be the criterion. In my 
heart I detest the manners of the people— nothing respectable in their deal- 



ii6 A. D. 1805. 

in^ — endeavoTing by al! Tiieans in llieir power to over-reach eacli other; 
most part Dftradesme-n as poor as Lazarus and as proud as the devil. They 
ili'tok upon llie Eni;li-sh a-s a people "much mferior I0 thtimselves, and think it 
iredannds no little to their credit and dexterity if they can shave them, as they 
c-all it, which is notliin^ more nor less than swindling. * * * Every two 
'OTthT¥« days w« hax'e an arrival trom Liverpool, and in the evening 1 mor.tly 
^ (do'wii to see if J can see any friend, but have been invariably disappointed. 
There was an arrival to day, and really 1 ha-v« been so cast down in spirit 
since going down that 1 have almost made a resolution not to go near a vessel 
again. There was a decent looking woman with four children and m a situ- 
ation 3ikely to bring a fifth verj- soon. She had t>een sent for by her husband, 
and she came along with her husband's brother. When I saw her she 
appeared quite in the best of spirits, elate with the idea that every moment 
would bring her absent husband to her embrace. But mark the misery and 
agony which had to wring her heart. Her brother-in-law had been to seek 
his brother, and when he arrived at the iiouse where he boarded, he w as in- 
ifoTTned that he lay in an adjoining room a corpse. He was petrified, and, 
not knowing where he was going, found himself again alongside the ship 
which contained the wife and children. Feeling inadequate to the task of in- 
forming her of her widowhood, he for that time evaded her questions by say- 
ing that he had not been able to find the house where he was to be found. 
He called me aside and told me these particulars, and I would not tor worlds 
have -witnessed her emotions when informed of her lost condition in a 
foreign land." 

Mr. John Lomax, the head of this family, was a Churchman. His 
descendants have a tradition that he was the first who cut wood letters for 
printing and introduced them to the trade. This invention happened in this 
wise : He was whittling on a block of wood, and, being a printer, whittled 
out a letter, one Sunday. This suggested the idea ol taking an impression 
next day. The impression was so perfect that he commenced cutting and 
using wood letters. Here I copy an extract from Barton's Local Notes : 

■" Henry Whalley, the printer, had an apprentice named John LomAX, a 
native of Bolton, whose father's name appears in a Directory for 1818— 'Lo- 
max. James. Schoolmaster, Stanley St., Bolton Moor.' John Lomax, when 
out of his apnrenliceship to Whalley, married [at the age of 19, in A. D. iS.;j! 
Hannah Dodson. a native of Naresborongh, aunt (on his mother's side) to the 
present writer (j. D. G.) [Jose]ih Dodson Greenhalge]. Lomax commenced 
at Cletheroe on his own account, 1S23 [1S24], also in Acrington. In the year 
1830 [1.S26 or 7] he removed to Bolton, and opened business as letter press 
printer, etc, in slujp next ti) tiie Royal Oak Public House. Churcii-gate, latter 
destroyed by fire, June 3, 1829, and same premises Lomax occupied, now 
1883, are held by Mr. Samuel Kay as a waste and rag warehouse. In the year 
1832 [1S28] Lomax left BoUoii and emigrated to America with his family [his 
iamtly remained in Bolton to 18:^0], where he carried on his business as a 
letter press printer, etc., in New ^'(lrk. In 1S34 the cholera was raging in that 
city, he therefore resolved to tlee its presence with his family, had got on 
board ship for England again, when he was seized with that fearful malady 



A. D. i8o6. 117 

and died almost instantaneously. In the Holton Chronicle for December 2(jth, 
his death was tiius recorded : ' On 19th September, at New York, suddenly, 
Mr. Lomax, letter press printer, formerly of Churchgate, in this town.' This 
sad event necessitated his wife and family to abandon their return to England, 
and to remain in New York. In the course of time Mrs. Lomax became the 
wife of Charles Mitchell, a native of Scotland, to whom John Lomax had dis- 
posed of his business upon preparing to quit the United States, and who iiad 
acted the part (prior thereto) of manager of his printing, etc., establishment. 
Of this second marriage a daughter was born, who, in after time, became 
'Maggie Mitchell,' the celebrated American actress." Maggie Mitchell, 
above referred to, is now Mrs. Paddock, residing in Troy, N. Y. 

John Lomax's business card — 



JOHN LOMAX, 
Wood Letter Cutter, 

No. 22 Ann Street, 

New York. 
Engravers on Wood, 

Supplied with Box Wood and Mahogany, 
Prepared by Machinery. 



1805. JOHN LOMAX, born about A. D. 1805, rn Bury, St. Edmonds. 
England, and died about A. D. 1S69, at his son's residence in Hereford His 
only child was — 

Rev. John Jo.seph Lomax, born about A. D. 1830, at Bury, and died in 
Hereford, A. D. 18S8. He had the original Lawrent Lomax coat of arms, but 
the motto was, Fato Predentia Major, and the crest was a clever in a hand. 

1806. WILLIAM TAYLOR LOMAX, son of Rachel Hiatt and her hus- 
band Elijah Lomax, was born in Danville, Ken., July 6, A. D. 1S06, 47th 
George III., and 2d year 5th Presidential Tevm, Jeffet son; and died at Stan- 
berry, Gentrey Co., Mo., Jan. 26, A. D. 1892. He married Mary Howard in 
Warren Co., Ky., June 4, A. D. 1828. She died in Knox Co.. 111., April 8, 
A. D. 1865. Both were buried in Abingdon, 111. Their children are— 

Henry J. Lomax, born April ^3, A. D. 1829. 

Elijah Harvey Lomax, born Jan. 4, A. D. 1831, 

Maria Ann Lomax, born March 20, A. D. 1833. 

Rachel C. Lomax, born Aug. 25, A. I). 1835. 

Jasper Ewing Lomax, born Nov. 13, A. D. 1837; died May 12, .A.D. iSSi. 

Nathan J. Lomax. born May 5, A. D. 1840. 

Mahala J. Lomax, born May 13, A. D. 1S42. 

John Henderson Lomax, born July 3, .\. D. 1844. 

Mary E. Lomax, born Aug. 15, A D. 1S47. 



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The first five children were born Warren Count3-, Ky., the next two uer. 
born in Warren County, 111., and the last two were born in Knox County, i: 
The body of William Taylor Lomax was taken to 111., and buried by the su; 
of his wife's grave in Cherry Grove cemetery, near Abingdon, Knox Co., 1',;. 
He and his children descend from Thomas Lomax of Danville, K'entucky. 

1806. HON. QUINTIN LOMAX, son of Susanna Reiff and her husbar.ii 
Jonathan Lomax, was born in Wilson Co., Tenn., Nov. 12, A. D. 1S06, 4:^th 
George III., and 2d year of 3d Presidential \er\T\, /ejfferson, and died in Orange 
Co., Ind , Aug 5, A. D. 1861. When I visited him, Dec. 16, A. D. 1836, hi- 
resided on his farm % mile north-west ol his father's. On tliat farm all his 
children were born, and there he died. He was a farmer by occupation aiu! 
a democrat in politics. He held the office of a Senator in the State Legis- 
lature of Indiana, at the time of his death. He was one of my correspondents 
from A. D. 1S36 to the end of his life. He was an intelligent man and had de- 
cidedly a logical mind. He married Nancy Yates Davis in Orange Co., Ind., 
June 2, A. D. 1824. She was born in Scott Co., Ky., Aprils, A. D. 1810. Their 
children are — 

Jane Lomax) born Mar. 16, A. D. 1S27 ; died Mar. 21, A. D. 1871. 

Jonathan Lomax, born Feb. jo, A. D. 1829; died Sept. 18, A. D. 1S75. 

JosEPHUS Lomax, born Sept. 9, A. D. 1830; died Jan. 13, A. D. 1S84. 

Margaret Helen Lomax, born April 22, A. D. 1832 ; died August 17, 
A. D. i85i. 

Junius Lomax. born June 15, A. D. 1834. 

Wellington Lomax, born March 11, A. D. 1S36. 

Laniska Lomax, born 22, A. D. 1838. 

Abel Lomax, born Apr. 17, A. D. 1840; died Dec. 25, A. D. 1879. 

Matilda Ann Lomax, horn Feb. 24, A. D. 1843; d'^d Apr. 27, A. D. 1S66. 

Lucv Ann Lomax. born June 17, A. D. 1845. 

Andrew Jackson Lomax, born March i, A. D. 1851 ; died Decembers, 
A. D. 1875. The father descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who 
settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. Margaret Helen, Matilda Ann and Andrew 
Jackson, were not married. 

1806. JOHN LOMAX, of Bolton, England, "whitesmith," was born about 
A. D. 1806; died and his will was proved A. D. 1851. 

1806. MARGARET LOMAX, of Harwood, England, "spinster," was 
born about A D. 1S06-; died and her will was proved A. D. 1851. 

1806. JACOB LO.MAX, of Great Bolton, England, was "agent"; and 
born about A. D. 1806. Letters ol administration on his estate were granted 
A. D. 1851. 

DR. JAMES LOMAX, eldest son ot Ann Gunn and her husband Dr. 
James Wright Lomax^ was born about A. D. 1806. He succeeded to his 
father's extended business in Dorset Street, Portman Square, London. W. 
But he was so badly hurt in a fall that he failed to keep up the business. He 
was not married. He descended from the Lomax family of Childwickbury, 
but I am not able to make an exact tracing of the connection. 



A. D. 1807. ,19 

1807. NANCY LOMAX, daughter of Naracy Harirston and her husband 
William Lomax, was born in AbbeviPe Owinity^ S. O, lam. 2S, A. D. 1807, 4,<ith 
George III., and 2d year 5th PresideiitiiaJ t'ssm^jeffersan. She married David 
Keller, in Abbeville County. He was bonu A. D. eSoov and is dead. She 
died on the morning of .Sept. 14, A. D. 18901. Tlneir dhiflyireai are— 

Dr. James Wesl£v Keller, born Sep*. r(^, A D. iiSjj^ 

Susan Keller, born Jan. io„ A, D. iSijj^ amd dfiefil Jan. i, A. D. 1S63. not 
married. 

Nancy An-n Eliza Kellek, boirni JoXj -n^ A.. I>. iS-sj. 

David Zephaniah Keller, bom Fefct 1% A.. P. 18410; died Det. ja, 
A. D. 1884, not married. 

Mary Julia Keller, bom May r, A,D. i%t. 
. Isaac Alpheus Keller, born Oct, 3, A. D. i%4i- 

William Warren Lomax Kel|jer,, boera May 6^ A. D. 1S47. 

Sarah Emaline Keller, bom Oct t^ A. D. 18119. 

Mrs. Keller, the head of this family, W3S wt-H arod enfoyin^ life as well as 
could be expected, of a lady of her age, and totally blmd, as she was when I 
visited her in November A. D. 188S- She was a dteviated Methodist. Her ad- 
dress was, Abbeville, S. C. She descemis from Wiiltam Lomax, the English- 
man, who settled in Rockingham County, in the cofomy of North Carolina. 

1807. ELIZA LOMAX, daughter of Ann Dw^gins and her husband 
Robert Lomax, was bom in Guilford Co., N. C^ A. D- iSoj, and died in the 
|{ State of Ohio, A. D, 1861. She married James Hai^jtiey. Their children are — 
W* Abel L. Haughey, born about A. D. iSjx. 

John M. Haughey, "- " " 1834. 

Ann E. Haughey, " •- « ,8^ 

Laban Haughey, *' " " 1838; died March 4, A: D. r^-. 

He was killed in the Union army in Virginia. Tlie rfiildren were all bom in 
the State of Ohio. The father was a farmer. The mother descends from 
William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County. N. C 

1807. JOHNSON LOMAX, son of Arthur Lomax, was bom in Bolton, 

England, about A. D. 1807, 48lh George III., and 3d year 5th Piesidenlial 

' term, Jefierson ; and died June 8, A.D. 1867, He married Elizabeth Lawson. 

daughter of Peter Lawson, in Bolton Parish Church. She died .Feb. 25, A. D. 

1884. aged 79. Both are buried in Bolton cemetery. Their children are— 

Peter Lomax, bom about A. D. 1830. 

Annie Lomax, bom about A. D. 1822. 

Alice Lomax, born about A. D. 1834. 

Arthur Lomax, bom about A. D. 1836; died Jan. ir, A. D. 1866. 

James Lomax, born about A. D. 1842. 

John Lomax, born Sept. 14, A. D 1844. 

Johnson Lomax. bom about A. D. 1846; died, aged 16 years. 

Isaac Lomax, born about A. D. 18.48; died, aged 16 years. 

These children were bom in Bolton. 



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1807. WILLIAM LOMAX, of Bolton, England, "book-keeper." was 
born about A. D. 1807 ; died, and letters of administration on his estate were 
granted A. D. 1852. 

1807. JAMES HUNTER, son ol Elizabeth May Lomax and her husband. 
Taliaferro Hunter, was born about A. D. 1S07. He married Ella Morris, and 
had a family of children. The father descends (rom John Lomax, the Eng- 
iishman who settled at I'ort Tobago, Va. 

1807. This year, 1807, Robert Fulton's steamboat made its first trip on 
the Hudson river, from New York to Albany. 

180S. JANE DILLARD LOMAX, daughter of Cloa Calvert and her hus- 
band, Absalom Lomax, was born in Abbeville county, S. C. Oct. 8, A. D. 
1808, 49th George III., and 4th year 5th presidential \^xm— Jefferson; and died 
in Georgia, Jan. 28, A. D. 1887. She married Ebenezer Gailey. He was born 
Aug. 21, A. D. 179S. and died in Craighead Co., Ark., Oct. 9, A. D. 185S. 
Their children are — 

James Clayton Gailev, born luly 20, A. D. 1833; died Mar. 29, A. D. 

1877. 

Margaret Ei-iza Gailey, born Mar. 14, A. D. 1835. 

AsAHEL Lomax Gailey, born Mar. 8, A. D. 1837. 

Georgia Gailey, born Feb. 4, A. D. 1839; died Nov. 5, A. D. 1844. 

William Tennent Gailey, born Mar. 20, A. D. 1841 ; died Nov. 11, A.D. 
i86i. 

Jennett Gailey, born Nov. 4, A. D. 1844. 

Ebenezer George Gailey. born Oct. 8, A. D. 1847; died Oct. 16, A. D. 
i860. 

Joseph Absalom Gailey, born Apr. 10, A. D. 1850; died May 17, A. D. 
1887. 

The mother descends from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled 
in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

180S. ESSEX LOMAX, son of Susannah and Jonathan Lomax, was born 

, in Wilson county, Tenn., Nov. 4. A. D. 1808, 50th George HI., and 4lh yea' 

' 5th presidential Xitxxw— Jefferson; and died in Orange county, Ind., Dec. 26, 

A. D. 1838. He married Abigail Davis, in said county, A. D. 1S27. She was 

born about A. D. 1810. Their children are— 

Martha Ann Lomax, born Oct. 14. A. D. 1829. • 

Mary. Jane Lomax, born Oct. 19. A. D. 1S32; and died Sept., A. D. 1854 

Maria Louisa Lomax, born Juive 8, A. D. 1834 ; and died Sept., A. P- 

>839- , . 

Jonathan Lomax, born June II, A. D. 1837; left home A. D. 1856.1s 

unheard of. 

The father descends from William Lomax. the Englishman who settled in 
Rockingham county, in the colony of North Carolina 

1808. This year, A. D. 1808. Congressional democratic caucus nominated 
James Madison for president and George King for vice president. The Fed ' 




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A. D, 1809 121 

eralists nominated C. C. Pinckney and Rufus King lor said ollices. At the 
following election Madison had 113 electoral votes and Pinckney 47. 

1S08 JOHN LOMAX, of Bolton, England, "laborer," was born about 
A. D. 1S08; died, and letters of administration on his estate were granted 
A. D. 1853. 

1808. MOSES LOMAX, son of Rachel Hiatt and her husband, Elijah 
Lomax, was born about A. D. 1808, and married the widow Mac Gammon- 
Their children are— 

La Fayette Lomax, born about A. D. 1830. 

LoviNCEY I OMAX, born about A. D. 1832; died July 25, A. D. 1875. 

The father descends from Thomas Lomax, of Danville, Ky. 

1808. THOMAS LUNSFORD LOMAX, son of Martha Johnstone and 
her husband, Thomas Lunsford Lomax, was born about A. D. 1808, and mar- 
ried Margaret R. Stuart, a daughter of Richard Stuart, of Cedar Grove, King 
George Co., Va. Their children are — 

, RoDgRTA L. Lomax, born about A. D. 1830. 
Margaret R. Lomax, born about A. D. 1832. 
Du. Richard Stuart Lomax, born about A. D. 1832. 
Thomas Lunsford Lomax, born about A. D. 1836. 
William R. Lomax, born about A. D. 1838. 

The father descends from John Lomax, the Englishman who settled at 
Port Tobago, Va. 

1809. On Mar. 4, A. D. 1S09, James Madison commenced the 6th presi- 
dential term. 

1809. JOSEPH LOMAX, son of Elizabeth Smith Ladd and her husband. 
Hon. Abel Lomax, was born on Blue's Creek, Dan River, in Stokes county, 
N. C, Dec. 19, A. D. 1809, 51st George IIL, and ist year 6th presidential term 
— Madison; and married Sarah Ann Boyd, in Wayne county, Ind., Feb. 29, 
A. D. 1844. She was born in said county, Oct. 27, A. D. 1822, and died in 
Kalamazoo, Mich., Jan. lo, A. D. 1S76, and was buried in Mountain Home 
Cemetery. Their children are — 

Martha Elizabeth Lomax. 
.William King Lomax. 

Joanna Lomax. ^ 

Ann Eliza Lomax. 

Mary Eveline Lomax. 

Sarah Ann Lomax. 

Joseph Aisel Lomax. 

Luna Belle Lomax. 

Jessie Omega Lomax. 

Augusta J. Evans Lomax. 

The first four were born in Valparaiso, Ind., the next two in Marion, Ind , 
the next two in Sturgis, Mich., and the last two in Kalama/oo, Mich. Wil- 
liam K.and Ann E. were buried in La Porte. Ind., and Sarah A. in Marion, 



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122 A. D. 1809. 

Ind. Mary E. is a music teacher ; Joseph A. is ticket agent at Cedar Rapids, 
ja.; Jessie O. is a teacher in the High School, Cedar Rapids, la.; and Augusta 
J. E. isa clerkinlhe G. R.&I. R. R.oftice, Grand Rapids, Mich. Tiie father 
descends from WilUam Lomax, the PZnglishman wiio settled in Rockingham Co., 
N.C. The mother isa daughter of Samuel King Boyd and his wife. Martha Lewis. 

Samuel K. Boyd is a son of Rev. Samuel Boyd and his wife, Isabella Hig- 
gins. The fatlier of Rev. S. Fk)yd is James Boyd. Rev. S. Boyd was a soldier 
in the Revolulionary War, and one of his eyes was shot out in a battle of that 
war. Samuel K. Boyd was a soldier in the war of A. D. 1S12-15, and drew a 
pension for such service in the later years of his life. His wife, Martha Lewis, 
was a daughter of John Lewis and his wife, Sarah. 

Joseph Lomax was not seven years old when his parents moved from 
North Carolina, to the new State of Indiana, in the Fall of A. D. 1S16, and 
located in the wild woodlands of Wayne county. He worked on the farm as 
soon as he was old enough to hold the plow. When he was seventeen his 
father put him to learning the millwright's trade, under himself. His educa- 
tion was limited to reading, writing and arithmetic, as then and there taught 
in the log cabin schoolhouses. None of his teachers understood •« rule of 
Englisii grammar. After he had learned his trade, a drunken schoolmaster 
came, to whom he was a pupil a few weeks; and that ended his school educa- 
tion. After doing a day's work of about twelve hours, he devoted a greater 
part of his leisure to his books. 

After working a few years at his trade, he had several months of " shaking 
ague," which resulted in broken health. After trying work a few years 
longer, he was compelled to abandon his trade, and commenced reading ele- 
mentary law books, and was admitted to the bar, at La Porte, Ind , in A. D. 
1844, and located at Valparaiso the iJame year. At that place he had satis- 
factory success in his profession up to A. D. 1850, when sickness in his family 
caused his removal to Marion, Ind. There he was engaged in the mercantile 
business. In A. D. 1S54 he resigned the presidency of the newly organized 
M. & M. R. R. Co., and assisted in the organization of the Grand Rapids & 
Indiana Railroad Co., of which he was president. "In Jan., A. D. 1S55, he 
moved his family to Sturgis, Mich. He held the presidency of the Co. to the 
Spring of A. D. 1S66, when he resigned. During that time tlie company 
passed through many struggles. But it had commenced at the bottom, and 
had worked itself up to the condition, as reported by his successor, as follows: 
"W^ork done equal to 61.3 miles road-bed, costing ;f429,ooo.co ; municipal 
bonds voted, about :f6oo,c>oo.co ; about 1,000,000 acres land grant, worth about 
fi 10,000,000." But the value of the lands proved to be many millions over this 
estimate. Tlie floating debt ol the company was reported 5188.948. 67. To 
secure and hold the land-grant, several Congressional Acts and many Acts of 
the State Legislature had to be obtained— all which were done under the 
management o( the company's president. He wrote all the Articles of Asso- 
ciation and accompanying papers, completing its organization from its Indiana 
terminus to the Straits of Mackinaw. 

1809. Levi Coflin, of Newport, Wayne Co., Ind., who belonged to an or- 
ganization of" Abolitionists,-' known as "The Under-ground Railroad," the 



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business of which was to steal negroes and run them off to Canada, published 
a book, from which I copy the following extract : 

"Our opponents selected John Hough, E. Lee [F. H. Lee], of Williams- 
burg, and Joseph Lomax, of that vicinity, as champions; all of them demo 
crals [Hough wasa Whigl. Lee was a merchant interested in the liepior 
business there, and was considered a strong debater. Our committee chose 
Dr. H. H. Way, Willis Davis, our school teacher, and Abel Lomax. from the 
neighborhood of Williamsburg. Abel Lomax had been a memlier of the 
State Legislature for several years. * * * The debate lasted till twelve 
o'clock at night,* * and was a complete victory for temperance." 

The question under debate was, "Prohibition." One side contended for 
the prohibition of the manufacture and sale of intoxicating spirits and wines^ 
and the other took the negative. The victory for "temperance," or prohibi- 
tion, was a mere moonshine victory. 

Joseph Lomax has had occasional experiences in the newspaper business. 
In A. D. 1839-40 he owned and edited the La Porte, Ind., Herald; in A. D. 
1854 he was half-owner of and edited the Marion, Ind., Journal ; in A. D. 186S- 
70, he owned and edited the Kalamazoo, Mich., Gazette; and a few years 
afterwards he owned and edited the Richmond,. Ind., Piess, a short time. 
All were democratic papers. 

i:)uring the last eighteen years he has been in the employ of the G. R. 
&L R. R. Co. He has had a busy life, and performed a large amount of work, 
but his financial success has not been in proportion to the work he has done. 

He has taken the degrees in Free Masonry, including Master Mason, Royal 
Arch, Knight Templar, and 32d degree .Scotishrite ; and keeps up his afhli- 
ation'with the fraternity. He is a democrat, and has supported the demo- 
cratic candidates at sixteen presidential elections, commencing with Gen. 
Jackson, in A. D. 1832. He is a communicant in the Episcopal church. 

1809. ANN MARIA LOMAX, daughter of Charlotte B. Thornton and 
her husband. Judge John Tayloe Lomax, was born about A. 1). 1S09, and mar- 
ried Samuel Kant Lewis, of Va. Their children are— 

Charlotte Thornton Lewis, born about A. D. 1829. 

Judge Lunsford Lomax Lewis, born about A. D. 1831. 

Cornelia Lewis, born about A. D. 1S31. 

Ann Maria Lewis, born about A. D. 1835. 

The mother descends from John Lomax, the Englishm?n who settled at 
Port Tobago, Va. 

1809. LUCINDA LOM.^X, daughter of Nancy and William Lomax, was 
born in Abbeville Co., S. C, about A. 1). 1809, and married James Whorton, 
of Laurens Co., S. C. and had one child, and died three d.iys after its birth. 
Its name was — 

William AsAHEL Whorton, born Sept. 17, A. D. 1S33, died in A. D, 
1862 or 3, in the Confederate army, at Petersburg, Va. William Lomax, his 
grandfather, brought him up. The motiier descends from William Lomax, 
the Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 



124 A. D. 1810. 

1809. MARY LOMAX, of Farmworth, Eng., " widow," born about A. D. 
1809; died, and lier will was proved in A. D. 1854. 

1810. OSMOND LOMAX, son of Susannah ReiflTand her husband, Jona- 
than I,on)ax, was born in Wilson Co., Tenn., Aug. 17, A. D. 1810, 51st 
George III., and 2d year 6tli presidential term — Madison ; and died in 
Georgetown. Mo. He married Malinda Scott, in Oraneje county, Ind., Dec. 
?o, A. D. 1B36. 'liiey had a large " Hoosier " wedding party, of which I was 
one ol the guests. Their children are — 

Lucy Ann Lomax, born about A. D. 1837. 

Virginia Ann Lomax, born about A. D. 1838. 

Sarah Ann Lomax, born about A. D. 1840, 

RoBKRT Rush Lomax, born about A. D. 1841. 

Georgia Ann Lomax, born about A. D. 1843. 

Matilda Ann I,omax, born about A. D. 1844. 

Martha Ann Lomax, born about A. D. 1845. 

Emmet Lomax, born about A. D. 1846. 

Tlie father was a blacksmith by occupation. He was over 6 feet in 
height, weighed over 200 pounds, had black eyes and black hair, and great 
physical strength. He descends from William Lomax, the Englishman who 
settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1810. JAMES LOMAX, of Westleigh, Eng., "silk weaver," was born 
about A. D. 1810 ; died, and letters of administration were granted on liis 
estate in A. D. 1855. 

1810. This year, A. D. 1810, George IIL became insane, and the prince 
of Wales was made Regent. 

1810, JOHN WILLIS LOMAX, son of Barbara Arnold and her hus- 
band, George W. Lomax, was born in Abbeville county, S. C, Dec. 21, A. D. 
1810, 52d George III., and 2d year 6th presidenttal term — Madison ; and mar- 
ried Elizabeth Brooks Keller, Dec. 29, A. D. 1836. Their children are— 

Barbara A. C. Lomax. born Nov. 19. A. D. 1837; died Jan. 15. A. D. 1858. 

William George Lomax, born Sept. 15, A. D. 1840; died July 2, A. D. 
1863. 

Savannah Lomax, born Jan. 21, A. D. 1843. 

David K. Lomax, born Dec. i, A. D. 1845; died Nov. i6, A. D. 1863. 

E. Rebecca Lomax, born Nov. 9, A. D. 1848. 

Sarah Jane Lomax, born May 20, A. D. 1851. 

James E. Lomax, born Feb. 22, A. D. 1854. 

John R. Lomax, born Feb. 8, A. D. 1857. 

Barbara E. Lomax. born Apr. 9, A. D. i860. 

William David Lomax, born Aug. 19, A. D. 1862; died Aug. 3, A. D. 
J 890. 

William George was in the " Confederate " army, and his head was shot 
off in the battle at Gettysburg. William David was a salesman for a New 
York house, and died of typhoid fever. In early youth the father of these 
children joined the Methodist denomination, and up to the present is a 



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devoted member thereof. He has been in drinking places but few times. 
His immediate branch of the family is composed of sober men, who refrain 
from the use of tobacco as well as from strong drink. He is a prosperous 
farmer, and descends from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in 
Rockingham county, N. C 

1810. MILLIE LOMAX, daughter of Rachel Hiatt and her husband, Eli- 
jah Lomax, was born in Ky., about A. D. 1810, and married Andrew Adkinson. 
She descends from Thomas Lomax, of Danville, Ky. 

1811. SARAH LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth Smith Ladd and her 
husband, Hon. Abel Lomax, was born in Guilford Co., N. C, July 24, A. D. 
181 1, 52d George III.' and 3d year 6th presidential icrm— Madison ; and mar- 
ried Henry Study, farmer, Apr. 15, A. I). 1830, near Williamsburg, Ind. He 
died at Williamsburg, Oct. 10, A D. 18S6, and she died at IndianKpolis, Jan. 
ID, A. D. 1892 ; and both were buried at Richmond, Ind. Their children 
are — 

Elizabeth Smith Study, born Apr. 21, A. D. 1831. 

Charlotte Ann Study, born July 19, A. D. 1833. 

Dr. James Madison Study, born Sept. 13, A. D. 1835; died Aug. 31, 
A. D. 1866. 

Nancy Anna Study, born Mar. 4, A. D. 1837. 

Ai5EL Lomax Study, Esq., born Sept. 4, A. D. 1839. 

Thomas Jefferson Study, Esq., born Feb. 8, A. D. 1842. 

Martha Matilda Study, born Aug. 4, A. D. 1844. 

Mary Isabel Study, born Dec. 23, A. D. 1S46. 

Horace Greeley Study, Esq., born Jan. 22, A. D. 1849. 

Dr. Joseph Nelson Study, born May 31, A. D. 1851. 

Abuy Josephine Study, born June 25, A. D. 1853. All the children were 
born near Williamsburg, Ind. The parents continued in possession of their 
first farm to the death of the husband ; up to the time of his death there never 
had been a death on the farm. The son. Dr. James M., was a Hospital Sur- 
geon in the Union army, during the war ot the Southern Rebellion. He died 
of cholera, in Memphis, Tenn., where he had located in the practice of his 
profession. He was not married. He was a tall and splendid gentleman in 
physique. The mother was a Methodist, and descends irom William Lomax, 
the Enghshman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1811. ELIZABETH LOMAX, daughter of Ann Dwiggins and her hus- 
band Robert Lomax, was born in N. C, about A D. 181 1, and married Elisha 
Knox, in Ohio; and resides at Bureau Junction, 111. Their children are— 
Ann Eliza Knox, born about A. D. 1837. 
Semantha Knox, '' " " 1839. 

Lydia M Knox, " " " ^841. The mother descends from 

William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co.. N. C. 

1811. JOHN WILBURN, son of Mary Lomax and her husband Byrrel 
Wilburn, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., about A. D. iSii. His children are— 



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Naoma Wilburn, born about A. D. 1837. 
Nancy Wilburn, " " " 1839. 

Pleasant Wilburn," " " 1841. The father descends from 

Samuel Lomax, the Englisliman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1811. JAMES LOMAX, son of Nancy Hairston and herhusband, William 
Lomax, was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, about A. D, .1811; and married 
Elizabeth Adams, in Sept., A. D. 1840. He descends from William Loma.x, 
the Englishman who settled at Rockingham county, N. C. 

' 1812. JOHN LOMAX, son ol Elizabeth Maroon and her husband, The- 
ophilus, Lomax. was born in Blount county, Tenn., Feb. 10,' A. D. 18.2, 53d 
George III., and 4th year 6th presidential term— MadisoK ; and died in Jopliii 
City, Jasper county, Mo., in Nov., A. D. 1877. He served with distinction in 
the 23d Mo. Reg't, U. S. army ; and was discharged from service on account 
of disabilities resulting from a gun-shot wound at the second day's fight at 
Shiloh. He was also a soldier in the Mexican war. He married Mary Ann 
Davis, in Brown county, III., about A. D. 1834. Their children are— 

Nancy Lomax, born about A. D. 1835 

Thomas Lomax, born about A. D. 1837. 

Mary Jane Lomax, born about A. D, 1839 ; died at 8 years. 

Elvira Lomax, born about A. D. 1841 ; died. 

Eliza Lomax, born about A. D. 1841. 

John Franklin Lomax, born about A. D. 1843. 

Susan Lomax, born about A. D. 1845. 

Theophilus Evert Lomax, born about A. D. 1847; died in infancy. 

Sarah Margaret Lomax, born about A. D. 1849; " " " 

Ulysses Grant Lomax, born about A, D. 1851. 

The parents of this family were Cumberland Presbyterians. The husband 
is a farmer and a " republican," and descends from Theophilus Lomax, the 
Englishman who camt; from Tennessee to Illinois. 

1812. CAPT. JOHN LOMAX, son of Su.sanna Maroon and her husband, 
Thomas Lomax, was born in Sevier Co., Tenn., Feb. lo; A. D. 1812 ; and died 
in Linn Co., Mo., Feb. 24, A. D. 1877. He married Anna Shank, daughter of 
Nancy and John Shank, a native of Botetort county, Va., Oct. 30. A. D. 1834 
Their children are — 

Nancy S. Lomax, born Aug. 13. A. D. 1836; died Dec. i, A. D. 1858. 
Malinda J. Lomax, born Oct. 18, A. D. 1838. 
Dr. William Montgomery Lomax, born Jan. 2, A. D. 1840. 
Martha Maria Lomax, born Oct. 21, A. D. 1842; died Oct. 13, A. D. 
J 866. 

Henry C. Lomax, born Sept. 21, A. D. 1844. 
Elizabeth A. Lomax, born Aug. 16, A. D. 1846. 
Mary E. Lomax, born Aug. 12, A. D. 1848. 

John W. Lomax, born Aug 6, A. D. 1850; died in Feb., A. D. 1862. 
James Wesley Lomax, born Jan. 16, A. D. 1852. 
Louisa A. Lomax, born Apr. 17, A. D. 1854. 




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George W. Lomax, born Apr. 6, A. D. 1856. 

Laura L. Lomax, born June 24, A. D. 1858. 

Leonidas Lomax, born Dec. 29, A. D. 1861 ; died in A. D. 1862. 

Capt. John Loma.x was born and reared in the rhomboidal State. He was 
in infancy when his father lost his hfe in the everglades of the southern 
peninsular wilds. His mother also died when he was in early boyhood. At 
the early age of boyhood, four years, he was an orphan. The All-seeing Eye 
was over him, and he grew up a strong, worthy man, and by his own e.xertions 
acquired a good, English education. Sevier Co., East Tenn., was his home. 
The grandeur of Mount Chilhowee, nor the music of the rushing waters of 
Volechucky river, could long hold him in his native land. In early manhood 
he came to the State of Ohio, where he taught .school some years. 

He moved to Lincoln Co., Mo., in A. D. 1834, but the following year he 
removed to Brown Co., 111., and there resided many years. After commence- 
ment of the Southern Rebellion, he went into the Union army, and recruited 
and was Captain of Company *' M." (colored) isl Ala. Cav. U. S. Vols., to the 
end of the war. , 

The year 1869 he had removed to Linn Co., Mo., and there died and 
was buried by his masonic fraters. He was a Presbyterian, a v/orthy man, a 
good citizen. His father was an Englishman, and brother of Thcophilus 
Lomax. 

1812. June 18, this year i8t2, the United States declared war against 
Great Britain. 

1812. The Democratic Congressional Caucus nominated James Madison 
of Virginia, for re election as President, and Elbridge Gerry for Vice- 
President, and the Federalists nominated De Witt Clinton of New York and 
Jared Ingersoll for President and Vice-President. At the following election 
Madison had 128 electoral votes and Clinton 89. 

1812. THANKFUL SHORT, daughter of Elizabeth Lomax and her 
husband Jonathan B, Short, was borri in N. C, Sept. 27, A. D. 1812; 53d 
George III., and 4th year 6th Presidential term, Madison; and married 
Hamilton Armfield, F"eb. 2, A. D. 1831. He died Aug. 11, A. D. 1872. Their 
children are — ^ 

Needham S. Armfi£ld, born June 22, A. D. 1833. \ 

Elizabeth C. Armfield, born March 23, A. D. 1835. 

David A. Armfield, born Apr. 7, A. D. 1837. 

Maria E. Armfield, born Aug. 2, A. D. 1839. 

Jonathan Armfield, born July 15, A. D. 1S41. 

Allen H, Armfield, born July 16, A. D. 1843. 

Mary R. Armfield, born Nov. 27, A. D. 1845. 

Emslev F. Armfield, born Apr. 11, A.D. 1849; died Sept. .^o, A D. 1S53. 

CoRiNA ]. Armfield, born Sept. 28, A. D. 1S54. 

This family lost property heavily in the war ol the rebellion, a great part 
of the loss being in negro slaves. In politics the sons are Democrats. The 
mother descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled, in 
Rockingham County, N. C. 



128 A. D. 1813. 

a8j3, NANCY DllJ.ARD LOMAX, daughter of Cloa Calvert and her 
imstand Absalom I.om.ix, was born about A. D. 1812. She married James 
Gailey -of Rcllion, Ga., about A. D, 1S35. Of their children I have the lollow- 
ing TiaTrres. 

JENNETTE Gailey, bom about A. D. 1836. 
I Margaret Matilda Gailey, born Feb. 23, A. D. 1S40. 
■^ Amanda Gailey, born about A. D. 1S40. 

Andrew Gailey, born about A. D. 1S42. 

Mary Gailey, born about A. D. 1S44. Address, Jonesboro, Ark. The 
fens-baTid died and the mother married Mr. McEntire. These children were 
ixora near Belhon, Ga. Their mother descends from William Lomax, the 
Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

]8i2. MRS. A. LOMAX, born about A. D. 1S12, is the name of a person 
wbose address is. Wellington, Kansas. 

3812. JOHN LOMAX. son of Rachel Hiatt and her husband Elijah 
IxMnax, was bom in Ky., in A. D. 1812, and died in A. D. 1873. He married 
Nancy Howard. Their children are — 

Ann Frances Lomax, born about A. D. 1834; died at 18. 

Cait. William Downey Lomax, born about A. D. 1S36. 

Charles Tho.mpson Lo.max, born about A. D. 1838 ; died in A. D. 1885. 

Pkrry Lomax, born about A. D. 1840. 

LoUTHER Lomax, born about A. D. 1842. 

MiLioKD Lomax, born about A. D. 1844. The mother died and the 
father married a second wife, and their children are — 

James Lo.max, born about A. D. 1847. 

AncHiLION Lomax, born about A. D. 1849. 

Benjamin Lomax. born about A. D. 1851. Capt. Wm. D. resides at 17 15 
Lowell St., Denver, Col. He was in the Union army, and was wounded in 
battle. After the war he was Postmaster at Abingdon, III., several years; 
Perry resides at Lincoln. Neb. ; Louther at Frinth, Neb., and Milford at 
Abingdon, 111. The father descends from Thomas Lomax, Danville, Ky. 

J813. JOHN TAYLOE LOMAX,.son of Charlotte B. Thornton and her 
husband, ]ud^v John Tayloe Lomax, was born in Menoka, Va., F"eb. 2, A. D. 
1813, 54th George III., and 4th year 6th presidential term— A/adtson ; and 
married Elmyra Studwick, daughter of Samuel Studwick, a large planter in 
Ala., Dec. 27, A. D. 1S38. He died in Demopolis, Ala., in July, A. D. 1863. 
where she died in Mar., A. D. 1866. Their children are— 

Samuel Lomax, born Jan. 29, A. D. 1841 ; died in A. D. 18S4. 

Charlotte Thornton Lomax, born July 29, A. D. 1844. 

John Tavloe Lomax, born Oct. 3, A. D. 1845 ; died in A. I). 18S8. 

Thomas Bakto.n Lo.max, born Aug. 30, A. D. 1847. 

Anna Nash Lomax, born Aug. 5, A. D. 1S50. 

Rosalia Octavia Lomax, born Feb. 14, A. D. 1854 ; died in Jan., A. D. 
J872. 

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Thornton I.omax, lioni i-'th. 25, A. D. 1.S59 

MiKA Sttuuick I.omax, burn Vtth. i, A. D. i86r. "Rosalia was born in 
Mobile, Ala., and died in Slaiiniou, V<i. I'iit.' other ciiildren were born in 
I")emopo!is, Ala. Samuel and lolm died in Portland, Ore Tlie father 
descends from Jolm Luniax, the l"^i^!isliuian wlio settled at Port 'Pobago, \''a. 

1813. MATILDA DllAVOK'rrI LOMAX, dau-hter of Barbar.i Arnold 
and her husband, George W. I.omax, was l)orn in Abbeville l^isliict, S. C, 
Feb. 14, A. D. 1S13, and died Feb. jo, A. 1). 1.S47. One ctjrrespondent says 
she was born "June 14, A. D 1S14. and died July 7, A. D. 1S46." She married 
Tliomas J. Danglass, Dec. 12, A 1). 1832. lie was born in Abbeville District. 
Nov. 4, A. D. iSoS, and died in Abbeville county, July 17, A. D. 1S70. Their 
children are — 

Elizabeth Ann Dolglass, born Sept. 27, A. D. 1833; died Aiij,^. 7, A. D. 
184S. 

Georgi; Archihalu Doi'gi.ass, born Oct. 30, A. D. 1837. 

1813. Tho.mas Dii.woKTH DoiGL.\ss, born Sept. 12, A. D. 1839; died in 
A. D. 1863. The house was burned and the family records destroyed. 

1813. This year, 1813, the "Federalists" of Massachusetts passed a 
Remonstnance Act aijainst the war with F.iigiand, |uly 15, while the war was 
raging in the United fctates. 

1S13. The D27/y Advo/iser, U\<: fifH ddWy o<\peT in Boston, was started 
in A. D. 1S13. 

i8r3. On .March 4, A. D. 1813, fames Madison commenced the 7th Pres- 
idential term. 

1813 DR. VVILLLAM LOM.AX, son of Elizabeth Smith Ladd and her 
husband Hon. Abel Eoma.x, wms born hi Guilford Co., N. C, March 15, A. D. 
1813, 54th George III., and ist year 7th Presidential term, jMadisun; and died 
Apr. 27, A. D. 1893. He m.irried Sarah Van de Vanter in La Grange Co., 
Ind., in A. D. 1839. She died in the Union army at Sharpsburg, Md., Dec. 24, 
A. D. 1S61. They had no children. 

In a publication of 2 vols., entitled. "Representative Men of Indiana," 
vol. 2, nth Dist., commencing at page 26, I co[)y the following: 

" Lom'ax. William, M. D , of .Marion, one of the most eminent surgeons 
of Indiana * *. He enjoys the mental and physical vigor imparted by the 
comminghng of the blootl of the races, among which the Anglo-.Saxon pre- 
dominates. Through his fither, .Abel Lomax, he is of English-Irish descent; 
and on the sitie of iiis mother, Eli/abeth (Ladd) Lomax, ot luiglish-Welsh 
parentage. His parent's ancestors were amonv.'- those who first colonized 
America; and both his gr miilatliers fought io confer upon it the blessings of 
free government. 

*' When William Lomax w.is five years old the family emigrated to Wayne 
County, Indi.ma. and settled on a tract of wild land. As his strength in- 
creased he was requiretl to help his father in the slow work of converting a 
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the little subscription school with its meagre course of instruction. Home in- 
nuences are sometimes equal to the advantages of school, however- in this 
case they nurtured in the hardworking boy his g.owing desire for knowledge 
Might after n.ght he poured over text books and other vohmies, assisted when 
necessary by h.s father, a man of hterary tastes. His ambition grew with his 
progress, and he determined to obtain a collegiate education. For a time 
circumstances seemed to favor the execution of this plan, but obliged to re- 
nounce .t. he deeded to prepare himself for the medical profession. On 
reaclnng Ins majority he set out to earn the means necessary for the prose- 
cution of h.s studies. With his elder brother, Joseph, he went to Northern 
Indiana where he worked at various occupations for seven months. He then 
rT^'^'m ,T'' Tm '°''" '''''""'''^' ^""""^^ ^ ^^"^^"^ •" t''^ «f«ce of loel 
stuSi^s n„ • 'nl K '" o"''' '"^'''"" ^^''' "^••"' '" '^34, and he continued his 
Leavh "" '■ ^.^^°^-\^S35. when he entered the Ohio College at Cincinnati. 
Lea ing that institution the following year, he started for La Porte, there he 

hone he stopped at Marion. There, for reasons which he himself can hardly 

spared settled, and excellent opportunities awaited him in Missi.ssippi, where 
he was to reside with his uncle Alfred Lomax. 

with7/^''h''^""''''^"''''''''' "''"'' ^'^^P''^^^''^''.'^" °' "^-d'cine in paitnership 
^e rs Si! 'T:'; ""' ^"""'"' '" ^'"^' -""-tion ten years. During the 

>ea s 1S47 and KS4S he attended lectures at the Indiana Medical College, and. 

?rorw."7, T '"""'■ "'^^'"^^ '^' University of the City of New York, 

practice -^'^'^'^^'^'^ '" '«5o. He then returned to Marion and resumed 



practice 



and . - ? ^'^' """'"^ °^ '^^''' ^'- ^°"^^^ heganenlisting volunteers ; 

and as many required, as a condition of enlistment, that he should be the sur- 
5rn ' 17 '^^^'''"^"t, he obtained the first appointment ever issued by Gov- 
ernor Mortoii. and was the first one ready for the service in the State. He 
accompanied the r^th Indiana Infantry, and, as far as other duties would per- 

sTnerin"l-n" 7'''"'^'"""^''""^ ^''^ "-• "^ ^^ '""-^ to possess 
TfrfTtf ^^■'•■^''^''''' '"""'•" ^''^ ^^"""^ capacities of surgeon-in- 
ch.e of the division, and Medical Director of the Fifteenth Army Corps. 

closenf r''' '? ^'"''' """^''""'^ ''^'■^"Sh the hardest campaigns until the 
cose of the war. he resumed his practice at Marion, in which he has ever 

bers ofr Tl ' '"^"'^"'^- ^^'- ^'^"^^^ ••'^ ""^ °f ^»'« eldest living mem- 
bers of the Indiana State Medical Society, and has been identifiec with all its 
h story, having joined ,t in .8.50, at its f^rst annual meeting, when there were 
but twelve members outside Indianapolis. In 1S66. when it was re-organized 
asad,, j,,,i,ody,hediewupthe new con.stitution, and took a leading 
part m all its proceedings. 13ut the .society was yet imperfectly constituted ; 
any one preh.ving • doctor - to his name could join it. and membership had 
aln OS ceased to be desirable to a well .,ualified physician. Justly displeased 
with this condition, a few of the leading members determined to efTect a 
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work with that end in view. In the year 1871, he delivered before that body 
an address on, 'The Responsibility of Physicians and Objects and Duties of 
the Indiana State Medical Society.' This was regarded as an able produc. 
tion, and had a marked effect ; but the task was no easy one, so strong 
was the opposition, and required four years of persistent eflTorls on the part 
of Doctor Lomax and his supporters before the desired end was gained. At 
length, in 1875. the society was again re-orj^iianized as an incorporated body, 
composed entirely of delegates from regularly constituted county societies, 
the con titution being, as before, framed by Doctor Lomax. The State Med- 
ical Society is not only deeply indebted to him lor its present perfect organ- 
ization, but many of the county societies also owe their existence to his wisely 
directed energies, for he organized a number of these bodies in person, and 
helped to form others by correspondence with leading physicians. 

" In 1856, he was elected president of tiie State Medical Society, and has 
frequently contributed to its " Transactions." In 1850 he was sent as dele- 
gate to the American Medical Association, whicii convened at Cincinnati, and 
has since often acted in that capacity. 

" Doctor Lomax performed, in 1837, probably the first amputation in 
Grant county, and has since devoted himself to surgery with enthusiasm, 
until he has become one of the most skillful surgeons in the State. He has 
performed many of the most difficult operations known to the profession, in- 
cluding the flap amputation below the knee, which he effected fifteen years 
before the earliest recorded operation of the kind. He is the peer of his 
associates as a family physician, bringing into exercise all the gentleness 
sympathy and moral rectitude needed in that sphere. 

" Books are his boon companions, and his library is the largest and best 
selected in the county. Higher education is the subject that engages his atten- 
tion, and he has given freely of his means to enable others to obtain its , 
benefits. 

"He also contributes to the public enterprises looking to the improve- 
ment of the city and county. , 

"He is connected with the republican party, and is a member of the 
Methodist Episcopal church, having been reared in that denomination. He 
has taken, in Free Masonry, all the degrees conferred in this country, 

" Doctor Lomax was married, in 1839, to Miss Sarah Van de Vanter, u-h.o 
in the civil war, nobly went with her husband to the front, and aided him in 
caring for the sick and wounded soldiers. But in tiiis heroic devotion she 
sacrificed her life ; stricken by disease, from which she sought to relieve 
others, she died. * * In 1866 Doctor Lomax was united in marriage to 
Miss Maria Hendricks, of Wabash. 

"There is sufficient material in the active and useful career of Dr. Lomax 
to fill a volume. We might describe his arduous duties as a pioneer prac- 
titioner, travelling on horseback, often in storms and darkness, through almost 
pathless woods, from cabin to cabin, giving relief to the suflering, and not in- 
frequently without pecuniary rev.ard. We might present the cases whicli lie 
carefully chronicles, and the articles he has written on medical subjects, or 



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tr^ce in detail liis eftort?; to improve the State IMedical Society, and create its 
auxiliaries, but space prevents so great nn extension of this sketch. He has 
indeed been architect of liis own fortunes; and lias built upon the bro;ul 
foundations of intellectual culture and moral principles, a goodly suptr- 
structure, that even death cannot destroy." 

An editorial ol the Marion Daily Leader of April 2S, A. D. 1.S93, said, 
"At 7:30 last evening Dr. William Lomax died at his home on South Adams 
street, in this city, of Ikight's diseas- complicated with pneumonia. * * « 
For many years he had born a well-earned national reputation as one of the 
most skilled operating surgeons in the United States. Frequently he was 
sent for, ere age and illness circumscribetl liis labors, from iuindreds of miles 
to go and peiform delicate, difficult, dangerous operations, which others, less 
skilled, dared not undertake, and in liis practice he was remarkably 
successful " 

At a memorial meeting of the Grant County Medical Society, Dr. Marsee 
said, "A remarkable thing in the life of Dr. Lomax was that— in his old age 
he retained the enthusiasm of his youth." In his memorial address at the 
funeral. Rev. V. T.Simpson, the pastor of the M. E. Church, said, '"Dr. Lomax 
graduated with high honors from four prominent Medical Colleges, to-wit : 
La Porte, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and New York, iiaving a diploma from 
each. * * * As a surgeon he had but few equals. * * * He reached 
this place at the age of 24, since which time he has been a citizen of Marion. 
* ** On the occasion of his Soth birthday, March 15, A. I). 1S93, to the 
friends present he said he loved his family and friends, and found this a beau- 
tiful world to live in, but felt but little interest in the things of time, that his 
concern was to be ready for his departure. * * * A long, noble, manly, 
laborious, self-sacrificing, successful Christian life has gone out." 

In his practice he was careful and thorough in the examinations of every 
case, and vicmoranda of the same, as to symptons, treatment and results. 
These records were kept over 45 years and fill a number of large volumes. 
William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C, is 
the great-grandfather of Dr. William Lomax 

iS;3. WILLIAM PEMLOTT LOMAX. son of Susannah and Jonathan 
LoniHx, was born in Wilson county, Tenn.. Mar. 18, A. D. 1S13, and marrifd 
Elender Ditto, Dec. 24, A. D. 1S43. He died \\y\. 16. A. D. 1SS9, at Golden. 
Colo. Their children are — 

CvNTinA Ei,LEN Lo.MAX, born Sept. 17, A D. 1844. 

Melissa Lo.MAx. born May 7. A. D. 1846. 

EssE.x LeRov Lomax. born July 24, A. I). 1847. 

Ei.MikA Lo.MAX, born Sept. 25, A. D. 1S4S; died Oct. 22, A. D. 184S. 

ALiiEkT Pkmi.ott Lomax, born Aug. 25, A. D. 1849; died Apr. 22, A. D- 
JS7.5. 

Han.nau Cornelia Lomax, born Feb. ^2, A. D. i85i;died Mar. 25- 
A. D. 1 8.^3 

Marshall \alk.ntine Lomax, born Feb. 14, A. D 1854. 

Sakah Emeline Lo.MAX, born Apr. 16, A. D. 1856. 



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Anna Jane Lomax, born Apr. 7, A. D. 185S. 
Jonathan Ditto Lomax, born Feb. 29, A. D. 1S60. 

VVilard Derner Lomax, born Jan. I, A D. 1863; died Apr 24. .\. D 
1865. 

Alfred Henry Lomax, born Dec. 4, A. D. 1864. 

William Pemlott Loma.x- was a portly, large, and well-formed man 
—very strong and active, and weighed about 1S5 pounds in A. D. 183S. when 
he visited my father's family at La Porte, Ind. He did a large amount ot 
work, both as a carpenter and a farmer. He was a native of Tennessee 
was brought up and married in Indiana, and during his married life resided 
in Indiana, Missouri, Nebraska, California, and then returned to Golden, 
Colorado, where he died Tuesday morning. Apr. 16, A. D. 1SS9, a little over 
,76 years. The Globe of that place stated that he was " one of our oldest and 
respected citizens. He came to Colorado at an early day, settling on a 
beautiful spot ot ground two or three miles below Golden, wliei>- he lived for 
a number of years. He became dissatisfjed with farming, and u>^nt to Cali- 
fornia to work at his trade— carpentering. There he remained A.r some years, 
when about two years ago he returned to Golden, where he has been living 
ever since. At his death lie was nearing the age of s-eventy-sevt n years. He 
had no particular ailment, his advanced age being mostly the cause of his 
death. He leaves a wife and 8 children to mourn his loss, besides a large 
number of friends. He was a member of the ' Christian Churcli,' at which 
place his funeral occurred Wednesday afternoon .it 2 o'clock. Rev. \V. E. 
Orton, of the Baptist church, preached the funeral, to a large and sympa- 
thetic audience. The remains were laid in the Golden cemetery, where two 
of his sons have gone before him." 

. He descends from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rock- 
ingham county, in the Colony of North Carolina The first 8 cliildren were 
born in Orange county, Ind ; the 9th and loth in Salivan county, Mo.; the nth 
in Oto county, Neb.; and the 12th is Jefferson county, Cal. 

1813. SARAH LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth and Theophilus Lomax, 
was born in Blount county, Tenn., Oct. 2, A. D. 1813, and died in Pike 
county. 111 , July 26, A. D. 1878. She married Wiley Schneider, a German 
mechanic. He was born in A. D. 1801, and died Nov. 6, A. D. 1869. Their 
children are — 

Jane Schneider, born Aug. 26, A. D. 1829. 

Thomas .Schneider, born Sept. 8, A. D. 1831; died Nov. 26, A. D. 1870. 
Katherine Schneider, born May9, A. 1). 1853; died May 9, A. D. 1S90. 
Marv Ann Schneider, born Sept. 11, A. D. 1835. 

Susan .Schneider, born June 13, \. D. 1837 ; died Dec. ir, A. D. 1864. 
John Schneider, born Sept. 8, A. I). 1839. 
Thfoi'Hilus Schneider, born .\pr. 26, A. D. 1841. 
Rachel Cordelia .Schneider, born July ii, A. I). 1848. 
James Schneider, born May 7, .\. D. 1851. The mother descends from 
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1813. SNnNI.N' I.()M.\X. son of Sarah and Terrence Lomax, was born 
in Abbtvilk- C.I . S -'., Ort. 20, A. I). 1813, and died of heart disease, at 
Stea<Ih,ini Al.i., ()» i. 3. A. D. 1S77. He married Miss Matilda Monaic, Jiine4, 
A. I). iS,<, Ih.ir .hil.lren ate — 

Makv I".. I. OMAN. b..rii ()( t. 2. A. I). 1847 ; died June 24, A. D. 1874. 
Maktu \ l.i-\! v\. I»..rii I.ui 4, A. D. 1850. 

Kl.i/.AHKiM I. .MA\. l)..rn J.in. 15, A. D. 1S53 ; died June 18, A. D. 1885. 
S\nN» \ I.o-.iw. |),,tn M.iirh 25, A. D. 1859. 
Tim MAN l...MA\. horn N..v. 16. A.I). 1861. 
|)(iki)inv loMW. horn Dec. 4. A [). 1864. 
Al.DAKlNA I. UMAX l).>ru Matcli 14, A. 1). 1868. 

The fuht-r di vi fn<lx frotn William Lnr.iax, the Englishman, who settled 
in Rockini;h.ini Co , N C. 

1S13 SAMn:! WliJU'KN, son of Mary Lomax and her husband 
Byrn-l Wiihnni. u .is l)otn in I'l-rry Co., Tenn . about A. D. 1813. His children 
are— 

Sakau Wii iu kn. I)<>rn about a. n. 1838. 

[amks Wii in kn. • *' " 1840. 
^ Mak\ Wii 1.1 kn. ' 1842. 

IUkkii. Wiii.iKN. •• " " 1844. 

lU.l/AIUlll Wll III KN. •• " " 1846. 

CaKoI INI Wll IIIKN. " " " IS49. 

John WiiinkN 1S50. The father descends from 

Sanuiel l.otn <_%. ihc Cn-hsiitn.in, \v!io came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

; y^ JULIA ANN lONLW. (i.ui-hter of Nancy and William Lomax. was 
born in Ahh.vill,- Cour.iv. .S. C. about A. D. 1813, and married Charles 
Edwards, .uid ntovcd to \ .i/oo. Miss. The wife descends from William 
Lomax, tlu- 1 ;i.i:hslun.ui. who settled in Rockingham County, N. C. 

iSiv Kl.i:.\NOK TANl.Ol- LOMAX, daughter of Charlotte B. Thornton 
and hi-r hu>.b.uid |(ul-. John T.n loe Lomax, was born about A. D. 1813, and 
\ marrieil Ch.uU-s H, nrs Lewis. Their children are— 

John Tanm.f I omw Lkwis, born about A D. 1836. 

Cathfkink K.iKccA Li WIS. " " .• ,§38. The mother de- 

scends tM.m lohn Ion, ,\ ihr Englishman, who settled at Port Tobago, Va. 

uSi.^ KOiUKT l.OM.W. son of Ann Dwiggins and her husband, 
' Robert LoiP..x. u... ho,n in the .State of Ohio, in A. D. 1813. Hewasmarried 
; an.l ha.! a s..n - 

FkaNk K. I <>MA\. born .thout A. D. 1S43. 

The a.t.lr.sv..! hoili IS Lomax, Henderson County, 111. They descend 
from Willnni Loina\. the I .nj;ii^hman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C 

,Si4. AlU L LOMAX. son of Ann Dwiggins and her husband Robert 
Lomax. w.is U.m in the State of Ohio, in A. D. 1814, and died in Bureau Co., 
III., in A I). i.VSj. His ihildren are— 




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Henry Lomax, born about A. D. [845. 

Eliza Lomax " " " 1847. Tbis daugliter is a tearber in 

the Princeton School, III. The fatlier descends from \ViIli:iiii Lomax. the 
Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1814. MARY FARRINGTON, daughter of Martlia and Nathaniel l-ar- 
rington, was born in Guilford County, North Carolina, Aug. i?, A. D. 1814 ; 
55th George III., and 2d year ytii Presidential term, A/adiso?/; and married 
Alfred Amick, Aug. 20, A. D. 1S47. Their child is— 

John Amick, born Apr. 5, A. D. 1850. 

Residence, Hillsdale, Guilford County, N. C. The mother descends 
from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County, 
N. C. 

1814. HARRIET LOMAX, daughter of Eliza Tennent and her husband, 
William Lomax, Esq., was born in Abbeville, S. C, .A.ug. 14, A. D. 1814, and 
f married Dr. Thomas Graves, in A. 1). 1834. They settled in Glenville, Ala. 
j- She died in A. D. 18S1. Their children are— 

Wim.iam Lomax Graves, born July 19, A. 1). 1837. 

Thomas Graves, born about A. D. 1839. 

Mary Graves, born about A. D. 1841. 

Caroline Graves, born aboui A. I). 1843. 

Sallie Graves, born about A. D. 1845. The mother descends from 
William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rockingham county, N. C. 

1814. On Dec. 15, A. D. 1814. the New England Federalists held their 
treasonable Hartford Convention. 

1814. On Dec. 24, A. D. 1814, the treaty of peace between Great Britain 
and the United States was signed at Ghent. 

1S14. DR. CONSTAN riNE LOMAX, son of Elizabeth Smith Ladd and 
her husband, Hon. Abel Lomax. .was born in Guilloicl county, N. C, Dec 31, 
A. D. 1815, 56th George III., and 2d year 7th presidential Xcrm — Afadison; 
and married Rachel Van de Vanter, of La Grange county, Ind., Mar. 6. A. D. 
1843, and died Mar. 6, A. D. 1884, at Marion, Ind. They had no children. 
- From the Marion Republican, Mar. 9, A. D. 18S4 : 

Medical Hall, Marion, Mar. 9, 1884. The Grant County Medical Society. 
in a called meeting on the occasion of the funeral of Dr. Constanline Lomax, 
a member and one of. the founders of said Society. The President being 
absent, Dr. J. S. Shively was called to the chair. 

The object of the meeting was stated by Dr. Williams. Present, J. S. 
Shively, A. A. Hamilton, L Williams. A. D. Kimball, E. M. Whitson, ]. W. 
Perry, L. P. Hess, S. C. Weddington, George Egbert, .M. T. Shively. P. E. 
Williamson, G. W. Daniels, J. L. Dicken. 

Dr. J. S. Shively remarked that he had been ac(]uainted with tiie deceased. 
and they have practised their profession side liy side foralmosl half a century, 
and the memory of their intercourse throughout was pleasant. He bad al 
ways found Dr. Lomax a pleasant, genial ami sociable gentleman, irreproach- 



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able in his walk and conversation, and always careful to do rig!,; 
Professionally his aim was always hi<:h, his maiij objects, the elevation a: ; 
proficiency of the profession, and the good of the people. 

Dr. Williams .said the occasion was one of great suleninily to him. It- 
had been aciiuainted witli iJr. Lomax from boyhood, and had always itju-:-.. 
him to be a good piiysician and a kinii man, but modest and unpreteniid.;. 
His aims were always high, and he held deservedly a higher position in t! • 
profession than he seemed to claim. Has seen him perform important oprr 
ations, (the speaker overcome with emotion was unable to proceed and to ., 
his seat.) [The thing wliich so affected Dr. Williams was the fact that ;>r. 
operation had been performed on himself, and his cure was so extraordin;-.', 
that he thought he owed his life to Di. Loma.x.] 

Dr. Perry said he was not so long acquainted with Dr. Lomax as son-.r 
others present, but knew him well, thinks lie was one of those men u ho pro. - 
their modesty and are never overestimated .He was in every way a goi.-i 
mah, and well informed, one of those on account ot whom the world is beltrrr 
off for ti)eir having lived, never heard any complaint of iiim. never heard hirr. 
charged of having done wrong, never overrated, and one never guilty <-: 
having practiced deception. We have all lost a good triend and our Societ. 
one of its best members 

Dr. Hamilton said he had known Dr. Lomax some twelve years, had bevr. 
intimately acquainted with iiim and knew his traits oi ciiaracter, said h;- 
leading traits were his gentleness and kindness of disposition On this a - 
count he was a favorite as a physician with women and children. He ws- 
particularly careful' to not give offence to any one, but very firm in his op- 
position to deception and quackery. The Society has lost one of its be-t 
members. 

Dr. A. 1^. Kimball said lie had been acquainted with Dr. Lomax a- 
through his professional life and had always found him a gentleman in every 
way, never knew him to do anything dislionorable or unprofessional. 

Dr. Weddington had been acquainted with Dr. I^omax for several yearr-. 
and liad found him always genial, pleasant and honorable, as well as emiiK-T ; 
in his profession, thinks he had as few faults as any man he has known, do-- 
not know, in fact, of any. 

Dr. Hess said he has been acquainted with Dr. Lomax for twenty-fnc 
years, and for s<ime time has been intimately associated with him on th'- 
pension examining board; pleasant and honorable every way. and emineiith 
qualified. 

Dr. Whitson said he had not been acquainted with Dr. Lomax so long •'- 
some others, but lias i)een intimate ly acquainted and associated with him o'l 
the pensit)n board; has found him in every way a geulleman. piea^^ant aiu! 
genial, as well as a most excellent physician. Has learned to love and respect 
him for iiis,genial qualities. 

Dr. M. T. Sliively said he had been accjuainted witli Dr. L(.tmax all hi^ 
life, and has esteemed him for his kindness to other physicians and to the 
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The following as the oldest members of the Society present were ap- 
pointed pall-bearers, viz: Drs. Williams, J. Shively, Perry, Egbert, Wedding- 
ton, Kimball, Hess and Dicken. 

Drs. J. S. Shively, Williams, and Hamilton were appointed a commiltee 
to prepare resolutions expressive of liie feelings of the Society on this s.id 
occasion. The committee reported the following, whicli was unanimously 
adopted by the meeting : 

llhcteas. The members of the Society have been inlormed of the death 
of Dr. Constantiiie Lomax, it is with profound sorrow that duty dictates our 
meeting together to attend to the last sad rites of a friend and respected pro- 
fessional brother. 

Resolved^ That we tender our heartfelt sympathy to the family and 
friends of the deceased. That they be furnished with a copy of these reso- 
lutions and that the j^roceedings of the meeting be published in the city 
papers and in the Indiana Journal of Medicine. 

Signed, 

J. S. Shively, M. D. 
Lewis Williams, M. D. 
'' A. A. Ha.milton, M. D. 

Committee. 

Dr. Hamilton presented the following, which was adopted by the Soci- 
ety: 

i?^5f>/t/^af. That the walls of our Society Hall, the President's Stand, and 
the vacant seat of the deceased be draped in mourning for the period of 
thirty days, in honor of our departed brother. 

Dr. C. Lomax descends from William Lomax, the Englishman who set- 
tled in Rockingham county, N. C. 

1814. MARTHA LOMAX, daughter of Susannah Maroon and her hus- 
band, Thomas Lomax, was born in Sevier county, and State of Tennessee, 
about A. D. 1814, and married Joel Meadows, in Preble county, in the Slate 
of Ohio. Their children are — 

Joel Meadows, born about A. D. 1834. 

Martha Meauows, born about A. D. 1S36. 

Anson Meaoows, born about A. D. 1S37. 

William Meadows, born about A. D. 1S38. 

Sarah Meadows, born about A. D. 1S40. The mother's father was an 
Englishman, and a brother of Theophilus, who came to Sevier county, Tenn. 

1814. MR. LOMAX. born about A. D. 1814 ; died about A. D. 1874. He 
was a shoemaker in Van Buren, Crawford county, Ark. He said lie never 
knew of but two of the Lomax name who had crossed the Blue Ridge. He 
went back to the Southern part of Indiana, his former home. 

1815. On Jan. 8. A. D. 1S15, the great battle of New Orleans was fought, 
in which the English were defeated by the Americans, under the command of 
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1S15. ALFRED l.OMAX, son of Susannah Reiffand iier husband, Jon- 
athan l.aniax, was born in Wilson county, Tenn., Feb. 10, A. D. 1S15, and 
died at Stoutlaml, La Clode county, Mo., Mar. 7, A. D. 1SS8. He married 
Martha J. Murray. Dec. 27, A. I). 1S47. She died Jan. 14, A. D. 1854. Their 
children are — 

Isadora Loma.x. born Oct. 22, A. D. 1848. 

Caroline Lomax. born Nov. i, A. D. 1850. The father losfhis property, 
after which he purchased 80 acre.s in Mo., and moved on it July 17, A. D. 1SS4, 
and commenced improving it, and has worked on his little farm ever since. 
He had followed the carpenter's trade since A. D. 1840. He has been a local 
traveller, to some extent— visiting California, Oregon, and the Capitols of leu 
different States. In politics he is a democrat. He feels proud that he has 
perJormetl all the labor ol improving his homestead. He descends from Wil- 
liam Lomax, the luiglishman who settled in Rockingham county, N. C. 

1S15. ELIJAH LO.MAX, son of Rachel Hiatt and her husband, Elijah 
Lomax, was born in Ky., near Bowling Green, Sept. 15, A. D. 1S15, 56lh 
George 111., and 3d year 7th presidential term— TJ/aa'z.yow ; and died in Abing- 
don, 111., Mar. 23, .A. D. 1889. He married Rebecca Terry, in Knox county, 
111. Their children are— 

John W. Lo.max, born Dec. 15, A. D. 18^3. 

Marion Lomax, born May iS, A. D. 1855; died July 3, A. D. 1856. 

Soi'HKONiA Lomax, born Nov., A. I^. 1859; died Dec. x, A. L). 1859. 

Lavonia Lomax. born Nov., A D. 1859 ; died Dec. i, A. D. 1S59. 

ELi.LA Lt).MAX, born Mar. 13, A. D. 1857. 

S. D. Lomax, born Aug. 14, A. D. 1861. 

Eva Lomax, born Oct. 10, A. D. 1867. 

E.MMA Lomax, born Oct. 10, A. D. 1868. 

The father descends from Thomas Lomdx of Danville, Ky. 

1815. JOHN A. BROWNLEE, son of Maria Lomax and her husband 
John Brownlee, was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, Oct. 9, A. D. 1815 ; died 
July 21, A. 1). 1861, and was buried at Shreeveport, La. He married Mary 
Jane Cowan, in Abbeville Co., S. C, July 28, A. D. 1848. Their family address 
was Shreeveport. Their children are — 

Ja.mes Cowan Brownlee, born Aug. 19, A. D. 1849; died Oct, i, A. D- 
186S.* 

Newton Calvin Brownlee, born Nov. 25, A. D. 1S52. 

Louisa J. Bkownlee. born Sept. 23, A. D. 1S54. 

William Havev Bkownlee, born Nov. 7, 185S; died June 26, A. D. 1859- 

John M. Bkownlee, born July 3, A. D. i860; died July 21, A. D. ibSi. 
The father tlescends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in 
Rockingham Co., N. C. *Jamcs Cowan was shot Sept. 30th and died Oct. i, 
A. 1). 1868. " 

1815. MARGARETTE HELEN BROWN, daughter of Rachel Lomax 
and her husband John Brown, was born in a fort near Paoli, Ind., Oct. 19. 



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A. D. 1S15, and died in the house of her son S. L. Charles, at P.o.t^ard, Mo., 
Feb. 15, A. 1). 1893, and her body was taken to Oranj^e Co., Ind.. for burial. 
She married William Charles on Lost River in Oran^^e Co., Ind., Feb. 13, A. I). 
1834. He was born in a fort near P>ench Lick Springs, Ind., in A. 1). i.Sii. 
William Charles was his father's name, and he was killed in the lort by 
skulking Indians, by six bullet wounds. The Indians lied to White Ri\er. 
The victim was owner of about 1000 acres farmlands. The children of 
Margaret H. are — 

John Augustus Charles, born Dec. 8, A. D. 1834; died March 77, 
A. D. 1862. 

Marv Jane Charles, born Sept. 22, A. D. 1836. 

Rachel Maria Charles, born June 10, A. I). 1838. 

Thomas Le Roy Charles, born April 22, A. D. 1840. 

Sarah Elizabeth Charles, born March 22, A. D. 1842; died Aug. 3, 
A. D. 1S61. 

William Alfred Charles, born Sept. 7, A. I). 1844; died Jan. 2.S, 
A. D. 1S79. 

Joseph Crim Charles, born Feb. 17, A. D. 1S47. 

James Albert Charles, born Oct. 24, A. D. 1849. 

Jonathan Lomax Charles, born Aug. 20, A. D. 1852; died Sept. 9, 

A. D. )S53- 

Florence Helen Charles, born Feb. 13, A. D. 1855. 

Amelion Wilson Charles, born Apr. 17, A. D. 1S5S; died Aug. 12. A. D. 
1865. Three ol the sons and sons in-law were in the Union army. The first si.\ 
children were born in Orange county. The last five were born in Martin 
county, Ind.; and the father died in said county. The eldest son came home 
from the army "a living skeleton," and died a month after his return. He 
was not married. The mother descends from William Loma.K, the English- 
man who settled in Rockingham county, N. C. Her address -Bogard, Mo. 

1815. THOMAS LOMAX, son of Elizabeth and Theophilus Loma.x, was 
born in Blount county, Tenn.. about A. D. 1815. He died in Sept., A. D. 1875, 
in Pike county, 111. He married Ella Ann Tharp. Their children are— 

Nancv Jane Lomax, born about A. 1). 1831. 

Elizabeth Ann Lomax, born about A. I). 1833. 
^X John Lomax, born about A. D. 1835 ; died in inlancy. 

Daniel Rufus Lomax, born about A. D. 1837; died at 4 years. 

William Lo.max, born about A. D. 1839; died without issue. 

Sarah Lomax, born about A. D. 1841. 

James Lomax, born about A. D. 1S43; died at i8 years. 

Marv Susan Lomax, born about .\. D. 1845; died. 

Ellen Lomax, born about A. D. 1847. The fuher was a soldier in the 
i6th 111. Regt., from which he was discharged because of diN.ihilities incurred 
in the service. He was a strict Baptist, a firmer, and a democrat. His father 
was an Englishman. 



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1815. DR. JOSLAH WILBURN, son ol Mary Lomax and her husband, 



I40 A. D. iSi6. 

iBym-l VVilhiiiii. \v:rs hmr. in IVrry coinity, Tenn., about A. D. 1S15. His 
xliilcfron ivn--- 

Makv r. Wii la KN, horn Aiifr. 27, A. D. 1851. 

JoUN VVii itiKN. " about A. D. 1S53. 

\\Vti.i;iAM VVn i.rkN. " '' "" 1S55. 

AfCNA \Vu iiKN. 1857. 

Samcki. Wii.i tkn. ■• " " 1859. 

.L)t:N-KK Willi KN, " " " i860. 

-A-mMCMAS Wii i:i KN, " " " 1862. 

■Katk Wii iiikv. ■• " " 1S64. Tlie father descends from 

SamufI l.cini.ix. tl«-i'.tu;li^lm:ian who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1S15. fuHN l.(.)MAS, bom about A. D. 1815, was a graduate of Oxford 
.University, W.ir.tKtrr C><\k--v. in A. J). 1S40. 

1S17;. nK WTI.l.l.Wl 10]^N LOMAX, third son of Ann Grundy and 
her iiusb.nul Pr. l.ant-s \Vri;^ht Loniax, was born A. D. 1S15, and died A. D. 
1878. He niitrrifl fJi/n "Matilda IJarns, a native of Stamford, County 
Lincohi, I";ii'-:!.nui. Tlx-ir r hildrtMi art— 

Rk\. I'k.vkst Wri.MAM l.DMAX. bom about A. D. 1858. 

;Ri:v. lA,%r+s Hi Ki! KT LoMAX, " " " 1S60. Dr. William 

jolin l.<iin,i\ u;^s- ,ihn.itii! at St. George's Hospital, London. In that in- 
^stiluliou iu- \*.v~ luui h ili--titi;^iiislifd, and had a special diploma for skill in 
rmidwiU-ry. \U«-t\v.trds hr iMMatno house surgeon in the Lincoln General 
Dispeu.sarv, u h«T«- lit- r-niilnrd 17 years in the performance of the duties oi 
.tliat post, vvttli y,r«-.tt /,< .d -.ind ability, winning the esteem of all who knew 
him. Thou- Ik- nufrrud, and his two sons were born in that institution. 
AfterwiUtls b»-^-t up m -jHiA.nr practice in the city of London, and soon had 
a large pi ai'iKf "i iv.- ucir of niglit work and the martyrdom of dispepsia 
broke lus ><H<Mi:tli. .n.d hr <!it<i at the early age of 63 years. This family has a 
;lr«dilion i\\M n v.s di-T<ti!v <Usc*>nded from Joshua Lomax of the the manor of 
vChildv\ it.kbiHv ! lu-v .iLs<> h.ive a tradition that the occupants of that manor 
were vt-iv <or.li.il ,n)d kind towards all who bore the Lomax name and 
visited til. ni. 'V\u\ .il>. « li.ive documents indicating that the Rev. John 
L<un.i\, .'I ,W.'<-Ur, N.'iiluinibtTlaTid, is their ancestor. 

iSif^.. NANiN L('M.\X. (laughter ol Elizabeth Smith Ladd and her 
husl).tii.l, n.iM. \l..l i..>!n.i\, w.ts born in Guilford county, N. C., May 10, 
A. i>. i"^'^'; di< d vn M.iiion. hul.. May 8, A. I). 1894. She was married to 
Heiuy -Sluijc.vrt, at I .1 i'.'ti.-, Ind . Mar. 13, A. D. 1845. He was born Aug. 
25, .\. I> '"^'.s, .m.l <lu.! m «.r,iiit roniity. Ind., Oct. 19, A. D. 18S6 ; and wasa 
farnwr. ' repulili. .m." .iiul (Jiuiker. Tlu ir children are — 

.Ai.ia--Ki S1H..AKI. l.M.f i'eb. .s. A. I) 1846; died Feb. 16, A. D. 1S62. 

,(:os>rAVTiNi L<iM \\ ^lUGAKT, bofu June 19, A. \). 1849. 

-Sakaii Ki.i.'Ai I iM Sin ..,\KT. born ;\ug. 9. A. D. 1855. The children 
•.were b.>rn ni,(,.r.int « i.iuitv. Ind. Address —Marion. Ind. The mother descends 
•from U'ilU.«« Luii>u\. the Ivuglishman who settled in Rockingham county, 
N. C. 



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141 



1848. 
died 



1857. 



Mar. 18, A. D. 



17, A. D. 



children 
Lomax, 



1816. CYNTHIA LOMAX, daughter of Barbara and George W. Lomax, 
was horn in Abbeville county, S. C, June 22, A. D. 1816, and married John 
Jacob Keller, Apr. 23, A D. 1835 ; and died July 31, A. D. 1841. They had no 
children. She descends from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled 
in Rockingham county, N. C. 

1816. SAMUFlL ROBERTSON LOMAX, son of Elizabeth Brownleeat.d 
her husband, Aaron Lomax, was born in Abbeville county, S. C, July 10, 
A. D. 1816, and died Aug. 26, A. D. 1886. He married Elvira Keller, in said 
county, Feb. 13, A. D. 1S45. Their children are- 
Twins, died not named. 

Josephine Elizaheth Lomax, born Feb. 10, A. D 

Mary Caroline Lomax, born Oct. 28, A. D. 1849; 
1850. 

James Wesley Lomax, born Jan. 16, A. D. 1851. 

John Jacob Lomax, born Feb. 24, A. D. 1854. 

Augustus Brownlee Lomax, born June i, A. D. 

Savannah Palmira Lomax, born Sept. 2, A. D. 185S ; died Jan. 
i86l j 

Julia Elvira Lomax, born June. 22, A. D. 1862. 

George Washington Lomax, born June 25, A. D. 1866. The 
were born in Abbeville county. The father descends Irom William 
the Englishman who settled in Rockingham county, N. C. 

1816. JAMES AVERY LOMAX, son of Martha Crews and her husband 
Terrence Lomax, was born in Abbeville, Co., S. C, Sept. 28, A. D. 1816, 57th 
George IlL, and 4th year 7th Presidential term, Madison; and died at 
Meridian, Texas, Jan. 25, A. D. 1892. He married Martha Holt, daughter of 
Israel Holt, in Laurens Co., S. C, March 8, A. D. 1838. Their children are — 

Martha Elizabeth Lomax, born Aug., A. D. 1840; died Oct. 3, 
A. D. 1869. 

Seaborn Silas Lomax, born Oct. 9, A. D. 1842. 

Dorothy Roena Lomax, born June 29, A. D. 1845; died March 5, 
A. D. 1885. 

James Terrence Lomax, born Nov. 2, A. D. 1848. 

Israel Lomax, born Nov. 22, A. D. 1S51. The mother died April 20, 
A. D. 1854, and tlie Irither married Susan Frances Cooper, March 8, A. D. 
1S57, and their children are— 

Richard Cooper Lomax, born Jan. 12, 1858. 

Mary Frances Lomax, born Dec. 29, 1859. 

Charles Alexander Lomax. born Oct. 23, A. D. 1S60; died July 20, 
A. D. 1865. ,, 

Annie Lomax, horn Jan. 17, A. D. 1863; died Feb. 13, A. D. 1865. 

Jesse James Lomax, born Jan. 6, A. D. 1865. 

John Avery Lomax, born Sept. 23, A. D. 1867. c TT? .//^ ' "^ ''','^J-* "" 

George Kelley Lomax, born Jan. 20, A. D. 1870. 

Robert Paine Lomax. born May 8, A. D. 1874. 



142 A. D. iSi6. 

Sue May Lomax, born May 8, A. D. 1876. 

Alice Orinda Lomax, born Sept. 13, A. D. 1S7S. The first three wert- 
born in Lsurens Co., S. C, the next eight in Holmes Co., Miss., and the last 
four in Hosque Co., Tex. 

The fiuher of James A. Lomax had been a we.dthy planter, but his plan- 
tation was lost through the enforcement of an adverse title. At tlie niarriaqt.- 
of some of the elder children, they were setup in comfortable circumstances, 
but the younger children, including James Avery, had to work out tlieir own 
fortunes. The family history is told in the iollowing — 

''RECOLLECTIONS OF J. A. LOMAX, AS DICTATED TO 
W". F. GRAVES: My father and mother, Terrence Lomax and Martha 
Crews, -.vere married in iSi i. They had both i)een married bt-fore. My latiiei 
had two children — Maria and Seaborn ; and my mother had tliree— jonatlian 
Mary and Sarah. After they married they had Sydnty, James A.. Tillman 
and Dorothy. 

" My father died in 1825, and left my mother and us four children witli 
little of this world's goods. 

My (ather and mother belonged to the Methodist Cliurch, and my earliest 
recollections are of an old hewed log church, and an old preaciier, Warren 
King. The church was near us and near my uncle James'. 

We stayed at the old place one year after my father's death. The prop- 
erty all passed into the possession of my cousin James. The old settlers in 
that portion of the country took up land wherever tiiey [)leased, but after tlu- 
country was settled there came a grant from England and took it all, and the 
actual settlers had to buy at a high price, and my father was not able i.> buy. 
This explains why our home passed into the possession of others. 

" In or about 1S26, we moved to William Bell's to make a crop with him. 
William Bell and myself did the plowing and seeding, and Sydney and Till- 
man thinned the the cotton witli their hands. We about made a living. 

" We moved again and my motiier hired us boys, Sydney to .Mr. Wilson 
for 525.00 for twelve montiis, and myself with a horse for 525.00 to John Moore, 
and Tillman to Mr. Black for 51500. I staid until May, and my employir, 
being a drinking man, I lost my pay, living tlie balance of the year with my 
half-brother. Seaborn Lomax. The next year I made a crop myselt'. 

"The following year we moved back to the old .settlement, and I made a 
crop rented by my brotiier Seaborn. We lived there 'till iS:;4. Th?f year i 
hired myself out for 574.00. That fall we moved from Abbtiville to Laurens 
District, and I worked with W^illiam Dell again. TiHman wt-nt to school this 
year. I think I stayetl there two years. I can renu inbt.r that in iS^i; .S, I 
hired to Israel Holt. 

"In 183S, March 8, I married Mary Holt. I then went into the tannini; 
business. 1 worked at this trade for eight years in South Carolina. My first 
child. Martha IClizabeth, was born in August, 1S39. The second. Seaborn S.. 
was born October 9, 1842. Dorothy Roena. July 29, 1844. 

" In the fall of 1846 we moved to the State of Mississii)i>i, and settled i" 
Carroll Co. In 1S48, Nov. 2, our fourth child, James Terrence, was born. In 



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the fall of 1S48, we moved to Holmes Co. There I over-seed and made a crop 
lor my brotlier Tillman. I had saved all I could, and in 1S50, bought and 
moved to a farm of my own. On Nov. 22, 1851, my fifth rliild was born- 
Israel, (hi April 4. 1S54, my wife Mary died, and my mother kept liouse for 
me. I lived on tlie farm live years. 

"On March S, 1S57. I married Susan Frances Cooper. In 1856-7 I was 
foreman in a tan-yard for Mr. Ambrose. During this time I prospered more \ 

than ever before, making about a tliuusand dollars in the two years I was en- I 

paged in the tan-yard. In the summer of 1856 my mother died of an epidemic ; 

lUix, and was burieu at Shady Grove Church. In the fallof 1S57 1 had moved i 

back to my farm. 

"Jan. 12, 1858, Riciiard C(joper, the first child by my second wife, was 
born. Dec. 29, 1S59, Mary Frances, the second child, war. born. Oct., i860, 
Charles Alexander was barn. In Feb., 1863, Annie was born. Charles A., 
died in July, and Annie in Nov., 1865. 

"When tlie war commenced our supply of leather was cut short, and I 
established a tan-yard on my ov/n farm in i86r, and I ran the tan-yard until ' 

1S69. During the progress of the war the able-bodied men were called out 
according to age; first to 35, then to 40, and so on up to 55, every man called 
into the service uf the " Confederate Government." When the age of 45 was 
called I was included, and went to Canton and to Grenada, but was detailed , 

to return home and mai^e shoes for the army. My eldest son, Seaborn, was ! 

in the service sometime, but on account of being deaf, was sent back home ■ j 

and also detailed to make shoes for the army. i 

"At the close of the war I had on hand about ten thousand dollars in i 

"conlederate money," which was a total loss. j 

"In 1858. by economy I had saved about $1,250 in sold, and bought an i 

old negro witli the money. This was lost in 1861. I bought his wife also, lor | 

Ji,5oo, paying down fii.ooo, and $500 to be paid on the ratification of the in- 
dependence o( the '■ Confederacy," which is not yet due. 

"On Jan. 6, 1S65, Jesse James was born. During this summer I took a 
trip to niv old home in South Carolina. There I visited my half brother, 
Seaborn, and some other relations. 

"In 1S69 I sold out, and in the fall moved to Texas, coming by land, 
starling Nov. i, and coming by Vicksburg and Shreveport to Bo.sque Co., 
Te.\as, arriving Dec. 9, having shipped our household furniture by N. O. and 
Galveston to Waco. Arriving on tlie 9th aljny brother-in-law's. Dr. W. H. 
Russell, on Steels Creek, we had for dinner fat beef, yellow corn bread and 
turnip greens, what to me was the best dinner I ever ate. The next day I , 

bought a farm on the Boscjue, eight miles above Meridian, and the following 
day moved to it. Here we were in the Indian country ; and tiie Indians had 
stolen horses out of the yard where 1 moved only one moon before. The 
liouse was 12x14 feet, and shedded on one side and one end. .And then two 
families, eleven persons, in tlie house. The mules were put in one room. We 
paid f;8oo.oo cash for 1S3 act es of land, while wild lands were selling at 50 
cents per acre. Hut it was winter and we wanted a house. 



144 A. D. iSi6. 

•• On the 2utli of Jami.iry. George Kelley was born. There were ten acres 
in cultivation, and 1 rented 40 acres at ;f7.oo per acre, and raised the finest 
crop 1 ever made- 50 bushels of corn per acre and one bale of cotton per 
acre. I sold corn from 75 cents to Ji.oo per bushel. I was delighted with the- 
country. I think the chan-ie addetl many years to my life. 

'• My oldest son, Seaborn, was aftlicted with rheumatism, and had been 
an invalid for ten years. 1 had sent him to Hot Springs, in Arkansas, but he 
was growing worse all the time. The physicians said he could not survive, 
and would likely die on the road. But every day, in selecting our camping 
place, we would stop at running water. We carried him to it, and poured it 
on liini every day. and before twelve months had passed in Texas, he was 
able to work. I had sent his wife and children to her father's, in Mississippi, 
and did not know that her f.ilher was also coming to Texas. But they came 
a different road and were here before we arrived. 

"The condition of society, the opportunities presented for enterprising 
efTort. suited me better than in the older states. I am a southern man and 
love the South. But being too poor, when starting out in life, to own slaves, 
the slave owners were disposed to be exclusive to me socially, and regard me 
and my family as of an inferior class. So my sympathy with the South, in the 
war, did not make me a hot-headed partisan. My deliberate opinion was and 
is, that slavery was a curse to the South. 

" An important consideration in leaving my old home was, first, to get 
away from the wreck of the war, and take my young I'amily out of a state of 
society that can only be e.xpressed by the word " chaos." The ruling classes 
possessing all the culture and intelligence were financially ruined, and the 
State was in the hands of unscrupulous 'carpet baggers' and ignorant 
negroes. 1 did not wish my family raised in contact with the negroes, either 
as slaves or as ' Ireed-men.' In Texas I found myself in a country where all 
were equal, and every one was a neighbor. Though every man, and boy ten 
years old, wore spurs and si.x-shooters. It was a striking contrast indeed. 
But we were in a cout:try infested by Indians, and no one pretended to walk 
where liorses were so plenty and their keeping cost nothing, and where an 
attack by the Indians might be expected at any time. It was a new country, 
a fine climate, rich soil, with a population, though scattered, they were 
thrifty, brave and generous. 

"After a year and a half, I bought another farm and moved to it, one and 
a half miles from the town of Meridian, where I could have better school 
facilities. Here Robert Paine was born, May 8, 1874, and Sue May, May 6th, 
1S76. and Alice Orinda, Sept., 1878. 

*' I will be 73 years old 2Sth April, next. My general health is as good as 
I could expect. I have two good farms, have lived very well, always had 
plenty for plain, substantial living. I have been a member of the Methodist 
Church 59 years. I never swore an oath, do not think I ever told a willul lie. 
and never liked evil and vulgar associates. When I was 14 years old, I 
walked Smiles to Long Cane camp ground. W. W. Wightman. afterwards 
Bishop of the M. E. Church, was preacher in charge, and holding a camp* 



A. D. iSi6. 145 

meeting there. I was converted and joined the church. I have never been 
able to accumulate much wealth, but never desired it. I have been twice 
married and think I was specially blessed in finding good, true companions 
Lite's pilgrimage has been cheered and sweetened by a thousand springing 
fountains of pleasure and happiness, not only in dorhestic relations, but in the 
higher and more enduring joys of the religion of Christ. My companion is 
now 54 years old, not only to me a true wife and to our children a true mother, 
in the highest and noblest meaning of that term, but also to my older children 
as a step-mother in relation, but as much a mother as to the others, and by 
them so esteemed and so loved— as much so as if they were her own in real- 
ity. To her all look as to the center and ruling spirit in the household, the one 
always looked to for encouragement, for help and for sympathy, and espec- 
ially in encouraging and helping each to get an education, the one making the 
most sacrifices for that purpose. At the time of our marriage she was a mem- 
ber of the Presbyterian Church, but came to my church as a matter ot her 
own choice, that we might be together in the same church. 

"My eldest son, Seaborn, has a farm 5 miles above Meridian; in good 
circumstances and makes a good living. Their eldest child, Avery, is 23 years 
old, and the youngest about three. They have seven children living, five 
boys and 2 girls. He and wife are members of the Methodist Church. 

'" The next oldest son, James T., is in the saddle and harness business in 
Meridian. He has a good business and is prospering. He has five children, 
two boys and three girls. He is a member of the Methodist Church and of 
the official board, and his wife is a member of the Baptist Church. 

" The next oldest, Israel, has been twice married and both wives are 
dead. He is financially broken by the prolonged sickness of his family and 
other misfortunes. . He has three children, one girl and two boys. 

" My oldest child, Martha Elizabeth, died in Texas, 1869, leaving two 
children, now in Arkansas. 

"My second daughter, Dorothy Roena, died at Clifton, March 3, 1SS5, 
leaving eleven children, four boys, seven girls. 

" After my second marriage my first child, Richard C, is now in Haskell 
Co., aged 30, engaged in the practice of law and land agency business; is 
strictly moral, upright in business ; and his wife is a member of the Methodist 
Church. So far as I know he is comparatively rich and does a large 
business. 

" The second child of the second marriage is 29 years old, and is married 
to W. F. Graves, a Methodist preacher, now living at Kapperl. They have 
three children, two boys, one girl. 

"The third child of this family, living, Jesse J., is 24. not married, has 
charge of the Clifton Academy. " He is teaching at the present, until a proper 
time to engage in other business. 

•'The fourth living child, John A., is 21, and engaged in teaching, and 
preparing for the legal profession, and thinks of attending the VanderRilt 
university. 



146 A. D. iSi6. 

"The \\Uh livinj; child, George K., is nineteen, and at home, working on 
jht? Urnj. 

*'Thr sixth, Robert P.. is i6, and attending school. The seventh, Sue 
May, is 1.1 and attending school. The eighth, AliceO., is ii, and also at- 
itiidiiig sciiool. 

" The above is a rougii sketch, but according to my best recollection it is 
in lolerahle consecutive order. 

y. j^. LOMAX." 

.\\ the time he dictated the above sketch he was the only living member 
*)f ilu- third generation of the Carolina branch of the Lomax fanrily, being a 
;;r.iijdson of William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 
Connly in the colony of North Carolina. 

In this case 1 have occupied more space than usual, for the purpose of 
showing that white men can labor in the extreme Southern States as success- 
fully as they ran in the Northern. The hardships and embarressments in this 
case were more than are generally met. The result of the struggle and work 
is as goftd as need be desired. If they work as they ought to work, the white 
men of the South can make it the garden spot of the continent. 

3Si6. COL. J.AMES \Vn,LIAM LOMAX. son of Eliza Tennent and her 
Jrusband William Lomax, Esq., was born in Abbeville, S. C, Oct. 19, A. D. 
1S16. and died in A. D. 18SS. at Lowndesville, S. C. He married Miss Lynch, 
his lirst wife, and she died childless; after which he married Miss Mary Cal- 
houn, a grand tiiece of tlie Hon. John C. Calhoun. Their children are— 

foHN C.MJiot'N Lomax, born April 16, A. D. 1854. 

Marv !•:. Lomax, born about A. D. 1856. The mother died and the 
fiUher married Catherine MacFie, of Columbia, S. C, in Feb., A. D. 1S59. 
Tlieir cliildren are — 

Kate McCiKKGOK Lomax, born about A. D. i860, 

Jennje LoM.^x, born about A. D. 1S62 ; died in A. D. 1S8S. ' 

MAto J^oMAX. The father was a planter whose estate was worth about 
fiSo.ooo. before the Southern rebellion. He was a Union man and was 
elected a menibt-r of the State Legislature as a Union man. But when that 
body met at Columbia there was an overwhelming majority in favor o( 
-■'secession," and voteii that South Carolina should " secede." When the war 
followed lie to>jk a leading part in raising a Company of men of which he was 
offered the captaincy. On account of his age he declined the oiier, but took 
the place of lieutenant, and served in the " Confederate " army as such to the 
end of tlie war. During the war and the vandal process of " reconstruction." 
the gf<.ater part of his estate was destroyed. He yet holds one of his plant- 
ations, on which about fifty of his old slaves remain and work it for him. 
This is the only ca.se I saw. on a recent trip, in which the old slaves remained 
on their old master's plantation. Col. Lomax descends from William Lomax. 
lh« E»)g)i.'>lMi)an, who .settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

I8i6. THOMAS LOM.A.X, ESQ., son of Richard Grimshaw Lomax, 
Esq.. of Clayton. England, and his wife. Catherine Greaves, daughter of 



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Thomas Greaves, Esq.. of Preston, was born A. D. 1S16, and died April 25, 
A. D. 1865, and was buried at Brindle. He married Mary Frances Saunders, 
daughter of Rev. Chas. Saunders, Vicar Kelton-Cum-Tixover, County Rutland, 
England, June 20, A. D. 1S37. She died in A. D. 1875. Their children are— 

John Blanchakd Lomax, born about A. D. 1837; died young. 

John Talbot Lomax, born about A. D. 1838; died young. 

Gwendoline Elizabeth Lomax, born about A. D. 1839; died young. 

Richard Grimshavv Lomax, born about A. D. 1839; died A. D. 1S53. 

Mary Lomax, born about A. D. 1838; died A. D. 1877. 

Helen Lomax, born A. D. 1848. 

Rebecca Haywood, who died in A D. 1772, was sole heiress of the estates 
of the Claytons and Grimshaws, of Clayton Hall. Richard Lomax, Gent., 
owned freehold estates called Bernshaw Tower. By the marriage of tiiese 
two persons all these estates were merged. Now the names Clayton, Grim- 
shaw and Lomax have dropped out, and, by the marriage of Helen Lomax, 
whatever of the estates now remaining are in the Trappes family, as I under- 
stand the situation. 

1816. MISS LOMAX, daughter of Asahel Lomax, was born about A. D. 
1816. She married Edward Booker, Portland, Mo. Their children are — 

Jennie Booker, born about A. D. 1836. 

Miss Booker, " " " 1838. The information I have of this 

family is uncertain. There may have been other children. The mother de- 
scends from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rockingham 
county, N. C. 

1816. ANDREW LOMAX, son of Elizabeth and John Lomax, was born 
in Perry county, Tenn., Oct. 30, A. D. i8i6, 58th George 111., and 4th year 7th 
presidential term— A/a dt so fi; and married Anna Richardson in A. D. 1842. 
Their children are— 

John Russell Lomax, born Feb. 20, A. D. 1843; died in A. \). 1S44. 

Sarah Lomax. born Dec. 3, A. D. 1S44. The mother died June 2, A. D. 
i860, and the father married the widow Denton, whose maiden name was 
Jane Richardson— cousin of the first wife— May 27, A. D. 1S62. Their child- 
ren are— 

Martha Catherine Lomax, born June 8, A. D. 1S63; died Sept. 13, A. I). 
1878. 

William Andrew Lomax, born Oct. 4, A. D. 1S65 ; died Nov. 4, A. D. 
1870. 

Malinda Jane Lomax. born Apr. 4, A. D. 1S68; died Apr. -jS, A. D. 1871. 

Fannie Lomax, born Oct. 26. A. D. 1S71. The children were all born in 
Perry county, Tenn. Address— Cedar Creek Landing. Tenn. The father de- 
scends from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman who came from Ga. to IVnn. 

1816. This year, 1816, the Democratic Congressional Caucus nominated 
James Monroe for president and Daniel D. Tompkins lor vice president ; and 
the federalists nominated Rufus King and J. E. Howard for the same oftices. 
At the following Nov. election Monroe had 184 electoral votes and King 34. 



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1S17. ROBERT LOMAX FARRINr.rON, son of Martha and Nathaniel « j 

FarriTi-ton. was born .n Guilford Co., N. C. Jan. 25, A. D. 1S17. and died in \ 

Ctvarlotte. N. C, Feb. 1 1. A. D. iSgi. l^e ined some time in Gaston Co., be- 
ioTe h€ moved to Charlotte, in A. I). 1S52. He w?s a carpenter, but served > 

many vears on the police force in tliat city. About seven years ago he became • j 

blind from cataract on his eyes. After his eyes failed he had a paralytic \ 

stroke. In the spring of A. D. 1S89. he had pneumonia. Alter that he was 
an invalid to the date of his death. He married Susan Lane, in Guilford Co., 
Sept. 5. A. D. 1844. She died June 7, A. 1). iSSS. He died Feb. ii,.A. D. j 

3891. Their children are— | 

Mary Elizabeth Farrington, born Oct. 26, A. D. 1S45. j 

Martha Sarah Jane Farrington. born Jan. 3. A. ]). 1S47. | 

George Washington Farrington, born July 16. A. D. 1S49. | 

Josephine Henrietta Farrington, born Sept. n, A. D. 1S52. | 

John Tate Farrington, burn Aui,^ 29, A. D 1855. | 

Louisa Florence Farrington, born Jan. 13, A. D. 1858. .| 

Susan Virginia Farrington, born Sept. 24, A. D. i860. | 

Laitra Caroline Farrington, born May 4. A.D. 1863. 5 

FiTZ Hvgh Bei.k Varrington, born Oct. 20, A. D. 1879. This last was 
a legally adopted son, adopted in infancy. Family address, 801 N. Graham 
St., Charlotte, N. C. The father descends from William Lomax, the Fnglish- 
Boan, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. l 

1817. DR. JOHN BROWN LOM.AX, son ol Susannah Reiff and her ; 

husband, Jonathan Loma.v. was born in Orange Co., Ind., Jan. 10, A. D. 1817, : 

and died Feb. 7, A. \). 1S52. He married Amelia Mayfield, Feb. 20, A. D. ^ 

3840. Their children are— J 

Rev. Alfred Lomax, born Nov. 20, A. D. 1840. -^ 

Paulina Loma.x, born June 22, A. D. 1842 ; died April 5, A. D. 1SS7. ' 

Pricilla Lomax, born July 20, A. D. 1S44. \ 

PoLLV A. Lomax. born March 23, A. I). 1847. 

Permilda Lomax. born .April 20. A. D. 1849; died June 9. A. D. 18SS. 
Cornelius Lomax. born Feb. 19. A. D. 1851. The father descends from 
William Lomax. tlu" ICnglisliman, who .settled in Rockingliam Co., N. C. i 

J617. On Mar, 4. A. D. 1817. James M'jnroe commenced the 8th presi- - 

dcjUial term. 

1817. BENJAMIN LOMAX, son of Rachel Hiail and her husband, Eli- 
jah Lomax. was born Sept. 16. A. D. 1817, in Ky.. s8th George III., and ist 
year 8th presidential ierm-jl/o/tfor He married Sarah Terry, in KnoX | 

county, 111. Their children are— | 

/I William Lomax, born Jan. 3, A. D. 18.18. || 

•y Mary Frances Lomax, born May J7, A. U. 1853. a 

y t. H. Lomax, born Jar. 15, A. D. 1857. '^ 

Ijzzif- Lomax, born Mar. 4, A. U. 1862. ^ | 

Address—Abingdon, 111. He descends from Thomas Lomax, of Ken. 



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1817. WILLIAM JAMES LOMAX. son of Matilda and James Lomax, 
was born in Abbeville county, S. C, Dec. 2, A. D. 1817, and died June 10, 
A. D. 1889. Address— 248 Telfair St., Augusta. Ga. He married Elizabetii 
Roberts, Mar. 13, A. D. 1856. Their children are— 

Alice Eugenie Lomax, born Dec. 31, A. D. 1856. 

Robert James Lomax, born Sept. 5, A. D. 1863. Mr. Lomax was a 
wealthy and prosperous planter in Abbeville county, S. C, up to the time of 
the abolition of slavery. That transaction made a great breach in his estate. 
He retired to Augusta, where he owned city property, and never afterward 
went into business. He was a large, strong man — over six feet in height. He 
was a democrat, and the family are Episcopalians. He was in declining 
health when I visited the family in A. D. 1888. He descends from William 
Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rockingham county, N. C. 

1817. CORNELIA LOMAX, daughter ol Charlotte B. Thornton and 
her husband, Judge John T. Lomax, was born about A. D. 1817, and married 
Dr. Alexander Wadell, of Staunton, Va. Their child is— 

Catherine Wadell, born about A. D. 1837. The mother descends 
from John Lomax, the Englishman who settled at Port Tobago, Va. 

1817. WILLIAM LOMAX, born in England about A. D. 1817, was an 
upholsterer and a manufacturer of upholstery goods. He came to America, 
joined the Union army against the Southern rebellion, and was killed 
battle. His children are — 

Elias Lomax, born A. D. 184^. 

William Lomax, born about A. D. 1844. 
' Miss Lomax, born about A. D. 1846. The children were born in Lon- 
don, Eng. William lives at 153 Manhattan Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. The 
daughter married Mr. Turnbuli, and lives on Manhattan Ave., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

1818, JONATHAN LOMAX BROWN, son of Rachel Lomax and her 
husband, John Brown, was born in Orange county, Ind., Mar. 30, A. D. 1818, 
59th George III, and 2d year 8th presidential term — Monroe; and died in 
said county, Oct. 8, A. D. 1S83. He married Sarah Ann Davis, Dec. 13, A. D. 
1844, Their children are— 

Lewis Pemlott Brown, born Nov. 7, A. D. 1845. 
Thomas Larkin Brown, born Sept. 23, A. D. 1847. 

John Johnson Brown, born Feb. 18, A. D. 1850; died Oct. 9, A. D. 1855 
Sarah Jane Brown, born Jan. 10, A. D. 1852. 
Rachel Griselda Brown, born Mar. 5, A. D. 1854. 

Jonathan LeRoy Brown, born Mar. 20, A. D. 1856; died Sept. 7, A. D. 
1864. 

Sophia Helen Brown, born Mar. 31, A. D. 1858. 

William Anderson Brown, born Sept. 24, A. D. i860. 

Mary Maria Broun, born Jan. 12, A. D. 1863. 

Malinda Emmaline Brown, born Sept. 12, A. D. 1865. 

Horatio Sevmore Brown, born May 24, A, D. 1868. The father 



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descemls from William Lomax, tlie Englishman who settled in Rockiiighan; 
county, N. C. The children were born in Orange county, Ind. Malinda T. 
is a teacher in the Soldiers' Orphan Home, Knightstown. Ind. Horatio S. :> 
a learlier in tlie common schools in Carroll county, Mo. 

iSiS. LuriS PEMLOTT LOMAX, son of Mary and Alfred Lomax, wa^ 
bom in l)avid<;on county, Teim., in April, A. D. iSi8, and died in Hohiitr- 
counly. Mi«>s , June ::b, A. D. 1S44. He married Louisa Mitciiell in A. D. iti;! 
Their children .irr — 

Ellen Pemlc^tt Lomax. born in Nov., A.. D. 1S39. 

Matild.\ Lotis Lomax. born June 10, A. D. 184 2. The children werr 
born in Lexinjjion. Miss. The father was a merchant in Lexington in A. D. 
1S37. when I visited him— a bright, active, young busijiess man. He descend- 
jTom William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co.. N. C. 

181S. GEORGE W. LOMAX, son of Barbara and George W. Lomax. 
was born in Abbeville Co., S. C , Oct. 16, A. D. iSiS, and married Rebecca 
Hughey. July 24. A. D- 1847. Thei child is— 

J. WiLLLAM Lomax. born about A. D. 184S. The father descends fron-. 
William Lomax. the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

181S. JESSE LOMAX. son of Elizabeth Brownlee and her husbani 
Aaron Lomax. was born in .Abbeville district, S. C, Nov. 16, A. D. iSiS; 6/.:'. 
George IIL. and rd year Sth Presidential term, JMomoe; and died in Mis-^. 
Feb. 33, A. L>. 3SS6. He married Adaline Jones, in A. D. 1S56; and they hsd 
fiie children, but 1 have the name only of one — _ 

Flokence Lomax, born about A. D. 1857. She was a schoolteacher in 
Grenada, Mis^. The family moved from South Carolina to Sardis, Miss., abou: 
A. D. 3656. In A. \). iSSS. the widow and some of the children resided i.-i 
New Decatur. .-Ma. The father de.scends from William Lomax, the Englis'n- 
roan, who *.etlled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1838. LrClEN LOMAX, ESQ.. son of Matilda and James Lomax was 
born in Abbeville Co.. S. C, Dec. 2, A. D. 1S18, and married E. Duncan. He 
died in A. I>. 38^4 Tlieir children are — 

Alice Lomax. born about A. D. 1S44. 

Ma-hlim L'.max. Iwrn about A. D. 3846. The lather was an attorney at 
law, a H>l*^"'iid m;,n and an eloquent speaker. He descends from William 
Lomax. Ww Erjj^h'.iiman, who settled in Rockingham Co.. N. C. 

jSi8. A*^.\HLL LOMAX. .son of Ann Dwiggins and her husband 
Robert Loma^. wan horn in Clinton Co.. O., in A. D. 1818, and married An:i 
Moseley, d^jjghK-r of KuUnd Mo.seiey. of Westfield, Mas.s. Their children 
are— 

^Vjljjam Aj.jkjp LumaX. born about A. D. i8.}9. 

jiXJKT \\ J,oMAX, burn about A, D. 1S51. 

Mai^V A. Loiux. born iibont A D. 1853. This last named is a teacht-r 
iflOmah,., Neb. Wdh;iin A is in busines;s at Clark s. Neb. The father de- 
fceflds from Wi])i.jm Lon)3x. the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 




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181S. JAMES DILLARD LOMAX, son of Cloa Calvert and her hus- 
band Absalom Lomax, was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, about A. D. 1818, 
, and died in Hall Co., Ga., Sept. 12. A. D. 1848. He married Harriet Gailey 
about A. I). 1S36. She died Sept. 24, A. D. 1S46. Their children are— 

Mary Katherine Loma.x, born Sept. 11, A. D. 1839; died April 25, 
A. D. 18S0. 

Nancy Elizabeth Lomax. born Sept. 6, A. D. 1842. The father descends 
from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 
The children were born in Hall Co., Ga. 

1818. MISS LOMAX, daughter of Asahel Lomax, born in Mo., about 
A. D. 1818, married Rood Odds about A. D. 1837, in Osage Co., Mo. Their 
children are — 

Miss Odds, born about A. D. 1838. 

Miss Odds, " " " 1840. (See Asahel Lomax, born A. D. 

17S7.) The mother descends from William Lomax, the Enghshman, who 
settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1818. JAMP:S LOMAX, son of Elizabeth Horner and her husband John 
Lomax, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., about A. D. 1818. Address, Mouse- 
tail, Tenn. He married Elizabeth Horner. Their children are— 

Mary Lomax, born about A. D. 1S42. 
^ Elizabeth Lomax, born Sept. 7, A. D. 1844. 

"^ ' Temperance Lomax, born Feb. 15, A. D. 1852. The father descends 
from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1818. MARGARET MATILDA LOMAX, daughter of Cloa Calvert and 
her husband Absalom Lomax, was born about A. D. 1S18. She married 
Amzi Gailey, A. D. 1836. Their children are— 

Joseph Absalom Gailey, born about A. D. 1837. 

Augustus Gailey, " " " 1839. 

if LuciEN Gailey, " " " 1841. 

Warren Gailey, " " " 1843. 

Tennent Gayley, *' "' " 1845. 

Laura Demarjous Gailey, " " " 1847. The children were 

born near Bellton, Ga. Family address, Logan, Ark. The mother descends 
from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co-^ N. C. 

1819. SEABORN LOMAX BROWNLEE, son of Maria Lomax and her 
husband John Rrownlee, was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, in June, A. D. 1819, 
6oth George III., and 3d year 8th Presidential term, Monroe; and died in 
Rapides Parish, La., July 22, A. D. 1SS4. He married Isabella Hennegan, of 
Alexandria, La. Their children are— 

Sarah Ann Brownlee, ho\x\ .April, A. D. 1877. 

John Mitchell Bkownlek, born about A. D. 1S79; died in infancy. 

The father descends Irom William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled 
in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1819. ALBERT G. SHORT, son of Elizabeth Lomax and her husband 
Jonathan B. Short, was born in Guiliord Co., N. C, August 5, A. I). 1819, and 



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married Abaline O/ment. in said county. Feb., A. D. 1840. She uas born in 
('.uilford Co.. N. C . A. D. 1823. Their children are— 

Newton P. Short, born Feb. 5, A. D. 1841- 

Co.MNANS M Short, born Dec. 10, A. D. 1S42. 

Allen T. Short, born April 11. A, D. 1845; died June. A D. 1874- 

Neom-a E. Short, born Sept. 27, A. D. 1847- 

Alfrkd M. Short, born June 17, A. D. 1850. 

Isaac E. Short, born- Feb. 19. A. D. 1853. 

Albert C. Short, born Oct. 31, A. D. 1855. 

Jasper H. Short, born March 31, A. D. 1S58. 

Mary R. Short, born .^^ug. 24, A. D. i860. 

Jonathan J. Short, born July 21, A. D. 1863. 

Emely a. Short, born Dec. 14, A. D. 1865. 

Ella M. Short, born June 7. A. D. 186S. Family Address, Mt. Airy. 
N. C. The father descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled 
in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1819. CYNTHIA I-ANE ADAMS, daughter of Rachel Lomax and her 
husband, Jesse S. Adams, was born in Abbeville county, S. C , Oct. 22. A.D. 
1819, and married T.J. Roberts. Address— Anderson, S. C. 

1819. PRESLEY THORNTON LOMAX. ESQ., son of Charlotte R. 
Thornton and her husband, fudge J. T. Lomax, LL. D., was born about A. D. 
1819, and married Mildred Wellford, daughter of Dr. Wm. Wellford, of Fred- 
ericksburg, Va. Their children are — 

Spottsford Wellford Lomax. 

Edward Lloyd Lomax. 

Sallie Wellford Lomax. P. T. Lomax, Esq., is an attorney at law, 
and Master in Chancery of the Circuit Court of the U. S. District of Iowa. He 
descends trom John Lomax. the Englishman who settled in Port Tobago, Va. 
[Since the above was written he died, in A. D. 1893.] All the children are 
married" 

1819. MARY WILBURN, daughter of Mary Lomax and her husband. 
Byrrel Wilburn, was born in Perry county, Tenn., about A. D. 1819. and mar- 
ried Rfv. John A. Edwards, a Primitive Baptist. Their children are— 

Martha Edwards, born about A.D. 1841. 

JosiAH Edwards, " " " 1843. 

Cle.m Edwards, " " " 1845. 

Mary Edwards, " '• " 1S47. 

Nancy Edwards, '• " " 1849. 

loHN Edwards, " '' " 185'- 

.■\aron PIdwards, " " " 1853. 

James Edwards, *' " " 1S55. 

Their son Josiah was killed in the '• Confederate " army. The mother aii<' 
children descend from Samuel Lomax. the Englishman who came from G.». 
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I 1820. }an. 29, A. D. iS:!0, George III. died and George I\\ was made 

§ king of England. 

i? 1820. Mar. 2, A. D. 1S20, "The Compromise Hill" became the law. by 

I which the Slates of Missonri ami Maine were admitted into tlie Union, and 

I slavery was excluded thereafter North of the line 36'^ 30' 

I 1820. NANCY CUDE, daughter ol Temperance Lomax and her hus- 

I band, Horner Cude, was born in Perry county, Tenn., Apr. 20, A. D. 1S20. ist 

I George IV., and 4ih year 8th presidential iitrm— Monroe ; and married Wil- 

': liam F. Doherty, May 12, 1\. D. 1S42. He was born July 18, A. D. 1820, and 

■• died Sept. 20, A. D. 1862. Their cliildren are— 

\ John H. Dohertv. born Apr. 22, A. D. 1843 ; died July 22. A. D. 1864. 

Sarah E. Dohekty, born July 21, A. D. 1845; died Apr. 6, A. D. 1872. 
Thomas J. DoHKr.xv, born Dec. 28, A. D. 1847. 
> James W. Dohertv, born Nov. i, A. D. 1849; died Jan. 6, A. D. 1S74. 

William B. Dohkktv, born Nov. i. A. D. 1849; died Oct. 29. A. D. 1S75. 
WiNFiELD S. Dohertv, born Sept. 12, A. D. 1852. 

Nancy N. Dohertv, born Mar. 15, A. D. 1S55; died July 21, A. D. 1S73. 
The children were born in Perry county. Tenn. ; their mother descends from 
Samuel Lomax, the ICnglishman wlio came from Ga. to Tenn. 

1820. AMAREINTHA CAROLINE RAYBURN, eldest daughter of 
Eliza Lomax and her husband, Rev. David Rayburn. was born Apr. 22, A. D. 
1820, and married William C. Cook, Sept. 12, A. D. 1839. She died June 17, 
A.D. 1855. Their children are — 

Mary Ann Eliza Cook, born at Kirk's Grove, Alabama, Feb. 22, A. D. 
1843. She married Dr. James W. Keller, and died June 24, A. O. 18S6. 

Isabella Jane Cook, born at Kirk's Grove, Sept. 22, A. D. 1S44. She 
married Thadius Constantine Davenport, of Kirk's Grove. 
^ James Henry Cook, born Oct. 7, A. D. 1846. 

Sarah Amelia Cook, born Sept. 9, A. D. 1848. 

William David Atkins Cook, born Mar. 31, A. D. 1S51. 

Dk. Edward Augustus Cook, born Oct. 23, A. D. 1S53. The last four were 
born in Kirk's Grove. The motiier descends Irom William Lomax, the Eng- 
lishman who settled in Rockingliam county, in the Colony of K. C. 

1820. SARAH CAROLINE BROWN, daughter of Rachel Lomax and 
her husband John Brown, was born in Orange Co., Ind.. June i, A. D. 1S20. 
She married Thorn. is IL Davis, in said county, Oct. 30, A. D. 1839. Their ad- 
dress, Orangeville, Ind. Their cliildren are— 

Mary Emmaline Davis, born July 24, A. D. 1840. 

Samuel Adison Davis, born Feb. 26, A. D. 1843. 

Thomas Benton Davis, born Apr. 3, A. D. 1S45 ; died May S. .^. D. 1S45. 

Rachel GkisKi.i>A Davis, born Dec. 31. A. D. 1846. 

Louisa Helen Davis, born Apr. 23, A. D. 1849. 

Martha Sophia Davis, born .Sejit. 13, A. D. 1856. Tlie first three were 
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descends iVom William Lonia\. the Englishman, who settled ir. Rockingham 
Co.. N. C. 

iSro. C^■RUS I.OMAX, son ofSusannah Reiffand her husband Jonathan 
I.oniax, was h.^rn in Oiange Co., Ind.. June 21, A. D. 1820. and died Dec. 26, 
A. n. iSS;. ]\v married Rachel Rennelte. Their children are— 

Maria |anv I.omax, born about A. D. 1S52. 

Martha Kmii.\ Lomax, "' " " it>55- 

KKHtccA LoMAX, '• " " i860. 

Marv Eli.kn Lomax. '• " " 1862. 

Hannah Lomax. ' 1865. The mother died and the 

father married the widow Ellis, whose maiden name was Harriette Moore. 
Their children are — 

Sheman Lomax. born about A. D. 1867. 

Kemp Lomax, ' 1869. 

Elwood Lomax. '' " ** 1874. 

An infant not named; died in infancy 

Joe Lomax. born about A. D. 1S7S. The father descends from William 
Lomax, the Englishn-an, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1S20. This'year. 1K20. the Democratic Congressional Caucus nominated 
James Monroe for re-election as President and DanieFD. Tompkins for Vice 
Prt-^idt-nt. Thtrst- were elected. The ' Federalists " were 50 tired that they 
made no nonnn.Hiion. and at the election they gave only one electoral vote. 
and that wa-. cast k>: Ji.hn Ouincy Adams 

iS2o. REV. CHARLP:S HENRV LOMAX, son of John Lomax, was born 
July 3, A. D. 3S20, and is now Rector of Heaton Mersey, Manchester, England- 
H-e is a ^tlf-rnade man. and wf>rkt<i out his own attainments and position. In 
A.D iS6o lie lived m " a Clnlon Hall," near Manchester, the old Estate 
Housf oflhe M;^n( iK-»<t< r \V<»Ttliy, Humphrey Cheetham. which was his first 
-enlrv into Lanra^hir*/, ;ind a- lufuujbent o( that District. The other " Clayton 
1-1mH" is ktiuwn as ' «,.l,Ayton-le-M<iors." 

In a letter from ih'e Km. K<'"Jlt*nian. dated June 30. 1S90, he writes: *' I 
used to la ciT jt N,u(l. v.ht'n 3 ttTj'- a lad, that we came with the William the 
CGnquert>r ; j-rtil j li.js*' ,1 *-<-;j1 will) crest— a Knight on horseback holding a 
scroll and TtitrUu, iSfrnfrt fiJe/f^ et tetra et mare,' which was reported to be 
otrr coat ol at ins " 

I^-o. Gi:N.TJ:tS->!-'j:%'T LOMAX. son of Eliza Tennent and her hus- 
band. Willinn j.i.m.»\. L.-.i., *;f .■Vbb^L'vjlle. .S. C., was born in Sept., A. D. 
1S20. and vs.(>- kill< d iiib.vMle .\% \\w \wa.i\ of a " Confederate " regiment. May 
31, .\. !'• 1"^'- H< MKujjvd 'NJis.*; Ca»<»Iiin; .Shorter, in Montgomery, .Ala 
llhetr omI> <luld w.<.-- 

TiNNKM l.M.MAV, .i:>.,.., jKHn ,dK)ut A I ). 185K. Geu. Lomax was a 
•,gr«<luat«' <>• NLicon CulU-ge, \'.i. \\t- ^.j^i a «;oUlier in the .Mexican War. He 
\w»s.a.h>.wyer, .Hul .■^•wj.al .>4.jis he *^A^ t'ditor of the Columbus, Georgia, 
Timei. He c.i.Miwi.v.aidx-d u <*gi*nv"t j»» the " Confederate " service, and was 



T55 A. D. 1820. 

commissioned a general a few days before his death. He was a splendid 
man, six feet in height, weighed i8(j pounds, and was as straiijin as a dart. 
The famous '* Lomax Ritles," Capt. F. P. Ddvis, of .Mobile, was named in his 
honor; so was the " Lomax Station," in the State of Ala. Of !iis son, Ten- 
nent LomaA-, Esq., the following article is inserted: 

Extract from a recent Montgonierj-. .Alabama, pai>er. — "Fur tlie .Mont- 
gomery county solicitorship was the warmest of all the contests. The 
office was created by the last General Assembly, to take efU-ct with tiie 
election of an incumbent by the legislature of 18S6-7. For the place two can- 
didates oflered— L. A. Shaver and Tknnent Lomax. Both had strong fol- 
lowing among the people. The elder candidate had advantage of an indorse- 
ment by his county convention, the five votes from his county, and was a 
veteran party worker. The younger had a wider acquaintance through the 
State and a following of enthusiastic friends among the young men from tiie 
Valley to the Gulf. The result either way would have been entirely satis- 
factory to the people of Montgomery county. 

" Mr. Lomax is twenty-eight years old, is a graduate of the University in 
both the academic and law departments, and for five years has been the 
assistant of Solicitor Ferguson in this county. His splendid, irreproachable 
administration of what duties fell to him was the platform on which he stood 
and asked for election at the hands of the legislature. 

" Without mincing words, .Mr. Lomax ranks as the first prosecuting ofiicer 
of his age in the State, has not a superior in legal attainments, and has Those 
qualities of brain and gilt of speech before a jury which will stamp him as one 
of the great lawyers of Alabama when time shall have ripened his faculties 
and added further to his stock of knowledge. He is an ornament to the bar 
and to the office. 

" And all the above is said without disparagement of the worth and abil- 
ity ol any gentleman who opposed the successful candidate." 

The father descends from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in 
Rockingham, in the Colony of North Carolina. 

1820. AUGUSTUS LOMAX, son of Elizabeth Brownlee and her hus- 
band, Aaron Lomax, was born in Abbeville ceunty, S. C, Nov. iS, A. D. 
1820, and died in Aug., A. D. 1882. He married Mary Nelson. Dec. 2, A. D. 
1:853. Their child is— 

Mary Lomax, born Dec, A. D. 1854, and died the next year. The lather 
descends from William Lomax, the F.nglisliman who settletl in Rockingham 
county, N. C. 

182/ SARAH CUDE, daughter of Tem{)erance Lomax and her iuis- 
band, Honer Cude, was born in Perry county, Tenn., Dec. 1, .A. D. iN?o. She 
married Jesse Goodwin, who wa.-, born Feb. 14, A. D. 1S20, and died in 
"Camp Douglas" Prison, Chicago. .Mar. 2, A. D. ivSS^. Their children are— 

John H. Goodwin, born May ?f\ A. D. 1S47 ; died Mar. 25, A. D. iSu^. 

Andrew H. Goodwin, born Mar. 21, A. D. 1849. 

William JosJAH Goodwin, born Apr. 28, A. D, 1851. 



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Na?«CY Cakoi.ink Goouw in, borti June lu, A. D. JS53. 

TE\3rERANCE C. GooDU IN, born Jan. S, A. D. 1S56; died Feb. 23. A. D. 
aS8i. 

JAiiHS H. Goodwin, born Apr. 2S, A. D. 1S58. 

Mary J. Goodwin, horn Oct. 22. A. D. 1S61. 

JESSE F Goodwin, born li;ne 10, A. D. 1S63. 

The mother descends Irom Samuel Lomax, the EngUshnian uho came 
trom Ga. to Tenn. 

1820. JAMES D. LOMAX. ESQ., son of Ann Dwiggins and Robert 
Lomax, her husband, was born in the State of Ohio, A. D. 1820; married 
. Their cliild is — 

Mary May Loma.x. born about A. D. 1S46. Address— Salt Lake City, 
Utah Territory. He is an attorney-at-law, a Presbyterian, and in politics a 
" Republican." He descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who 
settled in Rockingham County, in the Colony of North Carolina. 

1820. MALINDA LOMAX, daughter of Rachel Hiatt and her husband 
m Elijah Lomax, was born in Kentucky. A. D. 1820. She married Wright 
•^ Herndon They have no children. Address, Abingdon, III. 
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1S20. JOHN LOMAX. bootmaker, Bangor, Wales, was born about A. D. 
1820, in England. His name appears in a register printed A. D , 1S56. 

1820. THO^L^S LO.MAS, of Crickwell, Wales, tinman, was born A. D. 
1820, or near that year. 

1820. SAMUEL CROSS LOMAX, was born in England, about A. D. 

1820. He was the eldest of eleven children. Holcomb Brook was his birth 
place. Alice Butterworth is said to be the maiden name of his mother. His 
brother, William Lomax, is said to be seven feet in height and large in pro- 
portion, had red hair, and was building locomotives in Russia at last tidings 
from him. Alice Lomax was a sister. She married William Hill. Another 
brother, Henry Lomax, married and had a son, Henry Lomax. The youngest 
sister, Margarette Lomax. died soon after A. D. 1S44. This S. C. Lomax 
married Susannah Warburton and lived in Bury. His wife died A. D. 1844. 
and in A. D. 1S62 he married a second wife whose Christian name is Elvira, 
and she resided at Oxford. Butler Co., Oiiio. They have a daughter — 

Alice Loma.x. born about A. D. 1S63, who is a schoolteacher at Oxford. 

1821. GEORGE W. A. J. LOMAX, son of Cloa Calvert and her hus- 
band, Absalom Lomax, was born in Abbeville county, S. C. Feb. I, A. D. 

1821. :id George IV., and 4th year 8th presidential \ii\m— A/ontoe; and died 
in Ga-, July 22, A. D. 1.S79. He married N;mcy Murry, Feb. 16. A. I). 1843- 
Their children are— 

William Lomax, born Nov. 14, A. 1). 1843, died July 23, A. D. 1886. 
Augustus A. Loma.x, bum Dec, A. D. 1845 ; died June 27, A. D. 1876. 
Taylor C. Lomax. born Mar 31, A. D 1848; died June, A. D. 1871. 
John T. Lomax, born May iS, A. D. 1850 ; died A D. 1872. 



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Mary Deandril Lomax, born Jan. 3, A. D. 1853. 

Sarah Jane LoMAX, born Feb. 8, A D. 1856. 

Nancy L. Lomax, born Nov. 24, A. D. 1858. 

Alice Cordelia Lomax, born May 22, A. D. 1861 ; died Aug. 13, A. D. 
1884. 

Margaret A. Lomax, born ^une 9, A. D. 1864 ; died A. D. 1866. The 
(iliildren were born in Hall Co., Ga. Some correspondents write the father's 
Christian name " George," and others write it "Jackson." His full name is 
"George Washington Andrew Jackson Lomax." He descends from William 
Lomax, the Englishman who settled in R<>ckingham Co., N. C. 

1821. JANE TAYLOE LOMAX, eldest daughter of Elizabeth Lindsay 
and her husband, Maj. Mann Page Lomax, was born Feb. 2, A. D. 1821." and 
married Dr. Francis A. Worthington, Feb. 8, A. D. 1843. She died in Cincin- 
nati, O, Aug. 26, A. D. 1847. Her husband was the youngest son of Gov. 
Worthington, of O She was an accomplished lady, a fine linguist and musi- 
cian, and a popular writer, contributing to the columns of several publications, 
including the Southern Literary Messenger, a popular magazine published at 
Richmond, Va. Their children are — 

Elizabeth Lindsay Worthington, born about A. D. 1844 ; died in 
infancy. 

Alice Worthington, born about A. D. 1846. The mother descends 
from John Lomax, the Englishman who settled at Port Tobago, Va. 

1821. On Mar. 4, A. D. 1821, James Monroe commenced administering 
the 9th presidential term. 

1821. LEWIS J. LOMAX, son of Nancy Hairston and her husband, Wil- 
liam Lomax, was born in Abbeville Co , S. C, Apr. i, A. D. 1821, 2d George 
IV., and 1st year 9th presidential term — Monroe ; ?inA died Nov. 29, A. D. 
1S83, in La. He married Mary Yeldell, and they had one child — 

Mary Ann Lomax, born May i, A. D. 1843. The father descends from 
William Lomax, the pnglishnian who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1821. DOROTHY LOMAX, daughter of Sarah and Terrence Lomax, 
was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, Sept. 16, A. D. 1821, and married William 
Strawhorn, who died soon after the marriage. Afterwards she married Dr. 
George Kelley, a dentist. She died in Iredell, Tex., Aug. S, A. D. 1885, 
leaving no issue. She descends from William Lomax, the Elnglishman, who 
settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. , 

1821. SUSAN LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth and Theophilus Lomax. 
was born in Blount Co., Tenn., about A . D. 1821; and died in Newton Co., 
Mo., A. D. 1878. She married George Owen Meek, in Montgomery Co., Mo. 
Their children are — 

Elizaheth Meek, born about A. D. 1841. 

Emily Meek, " " " 1843. 

Mary Meek, " " ' 1845. 

James Meek, " " " 1847. 



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Sarah Meek, born about A. D. 1849. 
Jane Meek, " " " 1851. 
Anna Meek, " " " 1853; died at 4 years. 

John Meek, " " " 1855; died in infancy. The adults of the 

family are in occupation farmers, in politics Democrats. 

1821 ELIZABETH WILBURN, daughter of Byrrel Wilburn and his 
wife Mary Lomax, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., about A. D. 1821, and 
married Aaron Edwards. Tlieir children are — 

Caroline Edwards, born about A. D. 1844. 

Em ELY Edwards, " " " 1846. 

Wilburn Edwards. " " '• 1848. 

David Edwards, " " " 1850. 

Amos Edwards, " " " 1852. 

Elizabeth Edwards. " " " 1854. The mother descends from 

Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1S22. MARY ANN LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth Maroon and her 
husband Theophilus Lomax, was born in Blount Co., Tenn., Apr. 2, A. D. 
1822, 3d George IV., and 2d year 9th Presidential term, Monroe; and died at 
Siloam Springs, Renton Co., Ark., Apr. 29, A. D. 1887. She married John 
Meriot Edmonds, in Lincoln Co., Mo. He was born in Blount Co., Tenn., 
about A. D. 1820. Their children are — 

Martha E.maline Edmonds, born Dec. A. D. 1841 ; died Dec. A. D. 1884. 

David Colwki.l Edmonds, born Oct. 26, A. D. 1842. 

Daniel Lain Edmonds, born about A. D. 1844; died Feb. 9, A. D. 1878. 

Elizabeth Jane Ed.monds, born April 11, A. D. 1847. 

Sarah Edmonds, born about A. D. 1851 ; died at 12. 

William Thomas Edmonds, born May 22, A. D. 1852. 

Mary Ann Edmonds, born July, A. D. i860; died Jan., A. D. i85i. 
Martha E. and Elizabeth J. were born in Lincoln Co., Mo., David C. and 
Daniel L. were born in Montgomery Co , Mo., Sarah in Johnson Co., Mo., 
William T. and Mary A. in III. The mother was noted for her charity, her 
piety and firmness, and was a Missionary Baptist. The father was a properous 
farmer and Democrat, and was buried in Paul's Valley, Ind. Ter., in A. D. 
1876. 

1822. ALFRED LOMAX, son of Elizabeth Smith Ladd and her husband 
Hon. Abel Lomax, was born in Green Township, Wayne Co., Ind., Sept. 20, 
A. D. 1822, and married Mary Ann Anderson, in La Porte Co., Ind , April n, 
A. D. 1848. Their children are — 

Jean Elizabeth Loma.x, born Jan. 29, A. D. 1853. 

Mary A. Loma.v, born June 28, A. D. 1862. Both children were born in 
La Porte Co., Ind. The mother died Nov. 11, A. D. 18S1; and the father 
married Mrs. Mary Jones, in Grant Co., Ind., Jan. 24, A. D. 1889. Alfred 
Lomax is a farmer, an Episcopalian and a Democrat. He descends from 
William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C, 
and hi.s addresss is, Marion, Ind. 



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1822.. CAPT. WILLIAM ARNOLD LOMAX, son of Barbara Arnold 
and her husband George \V. Lomax. was born in Abbeville Co., S. C., Oct. 
27, A. D. I822, and married Angeline Keller of said county, Dec. 12, A. D. 
1S48. Address, Verdery, S. C. Their children are— 

George Warren Lomax, born Nov. 2, A. D. 1849; died about A. D. 
1889. 

Cynthia Lomax, born July 28, A. D. 1851. 

Lizzie Lomax, born Aug. 10, A. D. 1855. 

Barbara Lomax, born March i, A. D. 1858; died Nov. 23, A. D. 1879. 

William Lomax, born Mar. 13, A. D. 1S64. 

Mary Lomax, born Dec. 27, A. D. 1866; died Feb. 27, A. D. 1888. 

All were born in Abbeville Co.. S. C. Capt. Lomax is a prosperous 
planter and business man in company with his son. He is a large, strong 
man— hair black. He served in the U. S. Army through the Mexican War. 
He did not believe in " secession " but when S. C. " seceded," at the head ol 
his Company, in the Rebel army, he fought to the end of the Rebellion. He 
has passed through two hard fought wars, and returned home unscathed. He 
is a Methodist and a Democrat, and descends from William Lomax, the Eng- 
lishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1822. JULIA A. ADAMS, daughter of Raciiel Lomax and her husband, 
Jesse S. Adams, was born in Abbeville Co.. S. C, Dec 7, A. D. 1822. She 
married Isaac Mc CoUa. Their daughter is — 

Susan McCoLLA, born about A. D. 1840. She was educated in New 
York City, and is married. The mother descends from'WiUiam Lomax, the 
Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co , N. C. 

1822. JOHN HARBORD LOMAX, son of Eliza and William Lomax, 
was born in Tenn.. Dec 16, A. D. 1822. Address— Mc Ewen, Tenn. He 
married Caroline Bibb, Apr. 19, A. D. 1S57. She was born June 19, A. D. 
1832. Their children are — 

William Vernon Lomax, born Oct. 14, A. D. 1858. 

Margaret Elizabeth Lomax, born Mar. 26, A. D. 1870. The father 
fills the description of the old stock of Lomaxes, by standing 6 ft. 5 in. 
in height, and weighing 225 pounds. His son fills tiie bill very well by stand- 
ing 6 It. 4 in., and weighing 208 pounds. They are Baptists and Democrats. 
The father is employed in railroad business, and the son is a railroad book- 
keeper, at No. 10, Wall St., New York City. The father descends from Sam- 
uel Lomax, the Englishman who came from Ga. to Tenn. 

1822. ALFRED LOMAX, son of Ann Dwiggins and iier husband, Rob- 
ert Lomax, was born in the State of Ohio, in A. D. 1S22. His children are — 

Sophia May Lomax, born about A. D. 1871. 

Vivian N. Lomax, " " " 1873. 

Anna C. Lomax, '' " " 1878. 

Hortensk B. Lomax, " " " 18S0. 

Ali'HA Lomax, " •' " 1S82. Addres.s— Elmer, Mo. The 

father is a farmer and a " Republican-" He descends from William Lomax, the 



,6o A. D. 1823. 

Enslishm.n uho.eu!.d in Rockingham Co, N.C. The daughters Sophia 
M. ami Vivian N. art- tcacinng school. 

,8^2 Wll I 1 AM I ()MA>^. ^ brother of Samuel C, was born near Bury. 
EnR.MK.ntAl). .S,,. He i. represented to be a very large man. 7 feet .n 
height, uul. ..-d han ; and was an engineer in St. Petersburg, Russia. 

'^.S^j Sll \SR lOMAX.sonof Elizabeth Maroon and her husband. 
TheopiuU-s I on,ax. was bo.n in Blount Co., Tenn., Jan 28 A D. '^^s ; and 
died !n Rockpor,. 111.. Feb. .5. A. I). ,SSo. He marr.ed Martha A^ Roberts, 
of Rockpurt. Sep,. .6. A. P. .S4S. She was born m Powell s \ alley. Tenn., 
Jan. 74. .X. O. i^^9 Ttitir children are— 

Matii.oa I. OMAN, born Otc. 22. A. D. 1851. 
Rkhecca Lom \n. iK.rn Jan. 6, A. D. 1854. 

Makv l.oMAx. born Inlv .S, A. D. .855- Besides these there were three 
children wh..<iied in in.a.uy. The wife survived the husband three years. 
Both wer.nu-mbeis of tlu- Christian" denomination, in which he was a 
'.' deacon." and was greallv missed after his death. 

,S2, This vear. .82^. is the vear in which President Monroe, in his mes- 
sage da'ted Dec.' 2. assorted that M. U. S. Govcrnn,ent unll '^onsrdcr a^y 
aitnnpl on thr fa, I of the Allied Powers io extend their system to any poriio.. 
ofllJsIu.n,srhere.sda.,e,ous to our safety. And this is the Monroe 

Doctrine " 

iS>v POLLY ANN' LOMAX, daughter of Susannah Reift and her hus- 
band, i^i^nathan I^omax. was born in Orange Co., Ind.. Mar. 23. A D. 1823^ 
4lh George IV.. and 3d year qih presidential term-.l/o7/;..c'; and married 
Arthur Scott. Their children are— 

WiNKiKi.n Scon, btirn about A. D. 1844. 
SrsAN Scott, bom about A. D. 1846. 

Sakah Ann Scott, bcrn about A. D. 1848 These children were born in 
the '^late of Mo. Th.ir father went to California in A. D. 1851— at Har^ 
Town \ bank in a mine caved upon, and killed, him ; alter which the 
mollH-r ma.ried Granville Lane, and they moved to the State of Iowa. lu 
mother descends Irom William Lomax.the Englishman who settled m Kock 
ingham Co.. N. C. ^ ^ t , 

,8-^ Til 1 M \N L< >NL\X. son of Martha Crews and he r husband, le. 
rencJumux. was born m Abbeville Co.. S.C, Oct. 2^- . A^ D. f3. ^"j;^ 
married Satah Brownie.'. Me died in Holmes Co., Miss., in A. D. 1876. 1 '■ 
uife died in .\ D in^S- Their children are- 

Maktma AkAiiiiA Lomax. born Aug. — , A. D. 1845. 
Makv Ki.i kn Lomax. " about " 1847- 

Cei-Kstia Lomax. " " " '^49. 

Amki.ia Lomax. ' " " 1851. 

Tkrkknck J. Lomax. " '' *' 1853- 

Kkneiu H. Lomax. " " " '^55- 



Samif.l H. Lomax. " " " '85 



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considerable planter before the Rebellion. He descends from Wniiam Lo- 

max, the Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C 

,823. GEORGE W.BROVVNLEE. son of Maria Lomax and her hus- 
band, John Brownlee. was born in Abbeville Co.. S. C. Dec 27 A. D. i, 23, 
and died in Waller Co., Tex.. July 15, A.I). i«««- He marr.ed Mary A. Mat- 
tison, of Anderson Co , S. C. Their child is— 

GEORGIA LuellaBrounlee, bom May 8, A. D 1871. J'^^. ^^^'l^J^ 
descends from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled m Rockmgham 
Co., N. C. 

,823. HOLLAND LOMAS. born about A. D. 1823. was a graduate of 
Oxford University, St. Mary's Hall, in A. D. 184B. 

X823. This year. 1823, the United States acknowledged the independence 
of South American Republics. 

1824. Thisyear, 1824. the Congressional ^-'"^^^^^'^^f"^"', "^ "^ 
fully attended. There was a widespread objection to that mode of noin.- 
a ions but the caucus nominated William H. Crawford Jo^/^--^-^^^-^ 
lohn C Calhoun for Vice President. The respective friends of Gen Andrew 
LksonjlnQuincy Adams and Henry Clay, made ^b^m candidates for 
president At the Nov. election the result was-Jackson 98 decors. Adam 
84 afford 4., and Clay 37-no constitutional choice, and the election went 
into the House of Representatives of Congre.ss. 

x82^ ANDREW C.CUDE, son of Temperance Lomax and her hiis^ 

Lomax. the Englishman who came from Ga. to Tenn. 

Ind., Apr. 29, A. D. 1S52. Their children are- 

Abel Lomax Mac Hatton, born June 24, A. I^- '^56. 

Samuek Hkbek Mac Hatton. born Feb. 25. A. D. 1858 ; died Sept 5, A. D 

'^^^iosEPH ALEXANDEK MacHatton, bom ^^^V/?, A D .S6o 

WiM.iAM HENKV MAC Hatton. born Apn 2. A. D 186. The fir Inee 
were born in Marion. Ind., and the fourth m I^""^-;>"^' "\. J^'^ \f][;^.\ 
born in Scott Co, Ky., Feb. 1 2, A. D. iSiy ; and died at Morea. 111.. July 



WiLMAM Henkv Mac Hatton. born Apr. 2, A. IX . ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ 

orea. HI., July i. 
A D.„S,S4. 'HrwaraPr'elbv.;;;.;.: -T,;e-,;oU;er-de.ce„<,s .on. Wn.am 
Loma,v, ll.e Englisl.n.an vvl.o sellle.l in KockinBham Co., N. L. 

,8.4. SARAH ANN JOHNSON POOL, daughter of Tcn,perance G. 
Lomax ami her hnsl.and, John I'ool, was born ,n Warren ^»;. ->'- ^"'^ '^: 
A. D. ,S.4, and moved wUh ,,er '-H^'^'- v>" "'""-I, rV,,ev resided 



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iiiuil A. n. 1S47, ulit^ii tliey removed to Ky. Mr. Marr was born in Barren Co., 
Ky., .'Xpr. i;,, A. I) iSiS. Tliey removed again, to Floyd township, Warren 
Co., II!., where thfv resided until Mar., A. D. 1891, when ihty moved to Union 
Co.. ni-ar .Xtion, luwa, where tliey now reside. Their children are- 

.Amkkka -Ann Makk, born June iS, A. D. 1845. 

THMrKKANCi. i:i.i/.Aia:rn Makk, born Apr. — , A. D. 1847; died June 10, 
A. D. 1S77. 

M.\KV JANi: Makk. bom Mar. 13, A. D. 1S50. 

1S24. 1)K. W'.ARRHN C.F.ORGE i.OM.AX, .son ol Matilda and Col. 
James l.omax, was bom in Abbeville Co., S. C, Dec. 25, A. I). 1824, and died 
Nov. 2. .\. 1). jSSf). lie niairied luij^enie Du Hose, July 14, A. D. 1S53. Their 
children are — 

Jamks Du r.osii Lo.max, born July 20, A. D. 1854 ; died Jan. 21, A. D. 18S3. 

lii'GKNK i{i:KNAKU L(.>MA.\, born Apr. i, A. 1). 1856. 

Wii-i.iAM i:i)i))i: Lo.max, born Sept. 5, A.I). 1859; died Apr. 8, A. D. 

Wakki.n GiiOKGE I.OMAx, bom Apr. 21, A. D. i860. Dr. \V. G. Lomax 
was an Assistant Surgeon in the " Confederate " army during the war. A 
brutal assault was once made on iiim by one Benjamin Lane Posey. The 
doctor chaliengetl liim. They went over to Georgia. The doctor missed his 
man ; I'osey shot through his li.uid, which performance made full satisfaction 
all roimd— both were honorable, brave gentlemen. Such is the ridiculous 
liicory t>f '• the duel." The tloctor descends from William Lomax, the Eng- 
lishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1824. .XLICE LOMAX, daughter of Alice and Mr. Lomax, of Bury, Eng , 
was born about \. D. 1S24, and married William Hill. She is a sister ol Sam- 
uel Cross Lomax. 

1825. On Feb. 9, .\. D. 1825, the Congressional House ol Represent- 
atives elected Jt'hn Ouincy Adams IVesident. 

1825. On Mar. 4, A. D. 1825, John Quincy Adams commenced adminis- 
tering the loth Presidential Term. 

1825. jAN'i: LOMAX, daughter ol Elizabeth and Theophilus Lomax, 
was born in Ulount Co., Tenn, M.ir. 18, A. D. 1S25, 6th George IV., and ist 
year 161I1 Presidential Term— ./. Q. Adams ; and died in )-locl<port, 111., Dec. 
i8, A.D. 1S53, at chihibirth. She married James De Moin. Their child was — 

Baknkv Di; Moin, bom in A. 1). 1853; dieil in infancy. 

1825. SAVANNAH LACV LOMAX, daughter of I'lizabeth Brownlee 
and hei hu.banil, .\art)u I.oni.ix, was born May 7, A. D. 18/5, and died Dec 
23, A. D. 1867. Siie mariied John h^jsler. Mar. j, A. I). 1843. Theii chihiren 
are — 

Sakam F. I'osTicK, born Dec. 19, A. I). 1843. 

Ij.i/A V. I'osiiK, born M.u. 14. A. D. 1846. 

Sdsan a. I'osihR, born ^L^y 19, A, D. i8.j8. 



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Joseph B Foster, born Aufn;. 10. A. I). 1S50. 

Savannah L. Foster, born Apr. 27, A. I). 1.S53. 

John Cannon Foster, born Oct. 31, A. I). KS55. 

Augustus L. Foster, born Jnne 14, A. I). i«57. 

George W. Foster, born A. I). 1S59. 

Mary E. Foster, born Aug. — , A. D, 1861. 

Annie F"oster, born Apr. — , A. D. 1.S63 ; died A. D. 1S70. 

Roi'.ert Lee Foster, b(jrn Dec. 17, A. I). 1867; died Sept. — , .\. I). 1SS5. 
The motlier descends from William Loma.x, the Englishman who settled in 
Rockingham Co., N C. I visited this family in A. D. 1888. 

1825. SAMUEL WESLEY LOMAX, son of Mary H. Pettis and her hus- 
band, Peter Lomax, was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, June 11, A. D. 1825. and 
married Amy Madden, in A. D. 1847. She was born in Lawrens Co., S. C, 
in A. D. 181S. The husband died Apr. i, A. D. 18S4, and the wife Dec. 14, 
A. D. 1884. Both died in Lincoln Parish, La. Their children are— 

Hon. George Madden Lomax. born Aug. 8, A. D. 1S49. 

Mary Ann Lo.max, born May i, A. D. 1852. 

William Pierson Lomax, born Dec. 19, A. D. 1854. 

Louis Larkin Lomax. born Dec. 19, 1854; died. 

Nancy Rebecca Lomax, born Aug. 7, A. D. 185S. Tiie children were 
•born in Lawrens Co., S. C, and now reside in Lincoln Parish. La. The 
father was a Methodist, farmer, and Democrat. He belonged to tlit^ 3(1 Batt. 
S. C. Vols, in the "Confederate" army. The motiier was a "Missionary 
Baptist." They went to La. in A D. 1869. The father had measles in A. D. 
JS62, on the coast in S. C, from which he never recovered. Address, Sims- 
boro, La. He descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled 
in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1825. STUART LOMAX, son of Margaret and Thomas Lunsford 
Lomax, was born about A. D. 1825. He married and had a family of children. 
He descends from John Lomax, the Englishman, who settled at Port Tobago 
Va. 

1826. RACHEL POOL, daughter of Temperance G. Lomax and her 
husband John Pool, was born in Warren Co., Ken., Marcl) 29, A. D. 1826. 7tii 
George IV., and 2d year loth Presidential term,/. (?. Adams; and died Sept. 
24, A. D. 1870. She married Josepli Hively, Marcii 31, A. D. 1844. He was 
born in Muskingum Co., Oiiio, A. D 1803, and died near Monmouth, III , iti 
A. D. 1SS2. They had 12 children, all marrieci but the youngest. Tlie name 
of one is— 

Sarah Hively, born about .^. D. 18 . The mother descends from 

Thomas Lomax, of Danville. Ky. 

1826. WILLIAM WILSON LOMAX, son of Mary and Alfied Lomax. 
was born in D.ividson Co, Tenn.. May i, A. D. 1826, and diet! in \ a;^oo 
Delta. Miss., in A. D. 1879. He tnarried .Margaret Neil. He descends from 
William Loma.\, the Englishman, who £ctile<l in Rockingham Co., N. C. 



i64 A. D. 1S26. 

1S26. JONATHAN BAINBRIDGE FARRINGTON. son of Martha and 
Nathaniel Farriiigton, was born May 7, A. D. 1S26, and married Mary E.Giles, 
Aug. 2S, A. D. 1S55. Their children are— 

Thomas Settle Farrington, born Aug. 16, A. D. 1S5S; died June 27, 
A. D. 1SS4. 

SrsAX Alice Farrington, born July 23, A. D. 1S62. 

Maggie Jamero Farrington, born Dec. i, A. D. 1S67. 

Mary Eli/.aheth Farrington, horn June 7, A. D. 1S71 ; died Jan. 31, 
A. D. 1SS5. Tliis last one was advancing rapidly in her education at the time 
of her deatli. Address, Waddell's, N. C. The father is a " Primative 
Baptist" and a " RepubHcan." He descends from William Lomax, the Eng- 
lishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1S26. JOHN A. LOMAX, son of Ann Ormond and her husband Law- 
rence Lomn.x, was born at Red Bridge. New Cockney Moor, about two miles 
from Bolton, England. July 14, A. D. 1826. He came to America Jan. 3, A. D. 
1S4S, I'ia Liverpool. He is reported to be a wealthy business man. His 
business is carried on in Chicago at 14 to 18 Charles Place, under the title, 
"Chicago Consolidated Bottling Co." He has a son — 

George Loma.x, born in A. D. 18 . 

Lizzie Loma.x, " " iS . 

1S26. MARY LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth Smith Ladd and her hus- 
band Hon. Abel Lomax. was born in Wayne Co., Ind., July 23, A. D. 1826, 
and married Dr. Silas H. Kersey, in La Porte Co., Ind. Their children are— 

Constantine Lomax Kersey, born about A. D. 1846; died in infancy. 

John Avery Kersev, Esq., born Jan. 18, A. D. 1847. 

Dr. Ja.m:;s Brown Kersev, born about A. D. 1850. All born in Val- 
paraiso, Ind. The mother married Dillon Baldwin, at Marion, Ind., Sept. 9, 
A. D. 1S55, and he died Jan. 18, A. D. 1862. Their children are— 

Bayard Taylor Baldwin, born April 13, A. D. 1857. 

Alfred Ross Baldwin, born APril 21, A. D. 1859. 

Isabel Brvani Baldwin, born Dec. 28, A. D. 1S61. These children 
were born at Marion. Ind. After Baldwin's death" the mother married 
Pleasant Foster. They had no children. The mother descends from William 
Lomax. the PZnglishman. who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1826. HENRY LO.MAX, son of Hannah and William Lomax, was born 
near Harwood. En^Mand, in A D. 1828, and died April 17, A. D. 1S90. He 
married .Mary Lomax. daughter of William Lomax, of Afielside, near Har- 
wood. She died in .\. D. iSSi. Their son is — 

AxsoN Loma.x, Esq., born in A. D. 1852. These two families belong' to 
the Harwood branch. 

1S26. SOPHIA DODSON LOMAX. daughter of Hannah Dodson and 
her husband John Lomax, was born in Acrington, in A. D. 1S26, and married 
Alfred Mitchell in .A. D. 1844. He was a bookbinder in London. Tliey are 
Episcopalians. They were married in New York City. He was killed by a 
street car, Dec. 35. A. D. 1864. Their children are— 






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Joseph Mitchell, born in A. D. 1851. 

JULiEN BuGHER Mitchell, " " 1855. 

Alfred Charles Mitchell," " 1862. 

Charles EdwardMitchell," " 1864. The children were born 

in New York city. Address, Cor. 8th and 125th St., New York City. Joseph 
is an actor. 

1826. HENRY LOMAX, brother of Samuel Cross Lomax, was born in 
Holcombe Brook, Lancashire, England, about A. D. 1826. He had a son — 

Henry Lomax, born about A. D. 1851. 

1827, JANE LOMAX, daughter of Nancy Yates Davis and her husband 
Hon. Quintin Lomax, was born in Orange Co., Ind., March 16, A. D. 1827; 

j*^ Slh George IV., and 3d year loth Presidential term, /. Q. Adams; and died 
^* March 21, A. D. 1871. She married John Stout, 12th mo., 4th, A. D. 1856. 
Their children are — 

Nancy Stout, born Feb. 4, A. D. 1858. 

Alfred Stout, born Jung 28, A. D. 1859; died Feb. 8, A. D. T871. 
Vesta Stout, born Jan. 21, A. D. i86r. 

Mitchell Stout, born Sept. 25, A. D. 1862 ; died Dec. 10, A. D. 1862. 
Address, Paoli, Ind. The mother descends from William Lomax, the Eng- 
lishman, who settled in Rockingham Co,, N. C, 

1827. ELIZABETH LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth Maroon and her 
husband Theophilus Lomax, born in Blount Co., Tenn., April 10, A. D. 1827, 
and died in Kinderhook, 111., in A. D. 1880. She married Barnabas Hindes. 
Address, Kinderhook, 111. Their children are— 

James Hindes, born about A. D. 1848. 

John Hindes, " " " 1850. 

Henry Hindes, " " " 1852. After the death of the mother 
the father married her niece Eliza Lomax. The mother descends fromTiuM»frs 
LQ ma« o l-D an i fi Hg, Ky. 'The father and sons are farmeis and Democrats. • 

1827. LENTSFORD LOMAX, son of Susannah Reiff and her husband 
Jonathan Lornax, was born in Orange Co., Ind., May 2, A. D. 1827. Their 
chiTd|;en are — 

Susannah Lom^x, corn Nov. 13, A. D. 1848. I T J b 

Annie Lomax, born Nov. 9, A. D. 1849. 

EmmA Lomax, born Nov. 9, A. D. 1849. 

Ruth Jane Lomax, born Jan. 31, A. D. 1853. • 

Dr. William Lomax, born Aug. 31, A. D. 1855. 

James Lomax, born Feb. 10, A. D. 1857. ■ • 

A Son not named ; died May 9, A. D. 1859. 

Nancy Ann Lomax, born Apr. 4, A. D. i860. L t 1 I fr / 1 

Jonathan Lomax, born Nov. 13, A. D. 1862. - (Mf*" ' I ' ' ' 

Mary Lomax, born Apr. 8, A. D. 1865. ^ 

Lee Lomax, born May 15, A. D. 1867. 

Lentsford Ellsworth Lomax, born Apr. 19, A. D. 1871. The children 
were all born in Greenfield township, Orange Co., Ind. The father is a farmer 



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and descends from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rocking- 
ham Co.. N. C. The family resides on the old homestead of Jonathan Lo- 
max, Sen. 

1S27. WILLIAM LOMAX, son of Thomas Lomax, was born in Tenn., 

L May 22, A. 1). 1827. He was married. Address— Walnut Hill, Ark. He 

descends from .Samuel Lomax, the Englishman who came from Ga. to Tenn. 

1S27. GEORGE W. LOMAX.. son of Elizabeth Brownlee and her hus- 
band, Aaron Lomax, was born in Abbeville Co , S. C, Aug. 13, A. D. 1827, 
,. and died Sept. i. A. D. 1S63. He married Barbara A. C. Lomax, daughter of 
( John Willis Lomax, Aug. 13, A. D. 1857. They had no children. Both 
dejcend from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rockingham 
Co., N. C. 

1828. ELIZABETH POOL, daughter of Temperance G. Lomax and her 
husband. John Pool, was horn in Warren Co., Ky., May 13, A. D. 1828, 9fh 
George IV., and 4tii year loth Presidential Term—/ Q. /idams; and married 
<' Solomon Stegall, Jan. 16, A. D. 1845. He was born in Ohio, and is a Method- 
ist and a " Republican." Addre.ss— Delong. Knox Co., 111. 

1828 MARIA CUDE, daughter of Temperance Lomax and her husband, 
Horner Cude, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., Nov. 25, A. D. 1828, and died 

> Mar. 23, A. D. 1849. She married Mr. Moore. She descends from Samuel 
Lomax, the Englishman who came from Ga. to Tenn. 

1828. This year, 1828. the Democrats ran Gen. Arjdrew Jackson for Pres- 
ident and John C Calhoun for Vice-President. John Quincy Adams was a 
candidate for reelection as President. The result at the November election 
was, Jackson, 178 electors, Adams, 83. 

1829. JONATHAN LOMAX, son of Nftncy Yates Davis and her hus- 
y^ band Hon. Quinlin Lomax, was born in Orange Co., Jnd., Feb 10, A. D. 

. 1829, 10th George IV., and 4th year loth Presidential term,/ Q. Adams; and 
died in said county Sept. 18. A. D..1875. He married Hannah Stout, April 8, 
A. D. 1858. Their children are— 

Amy Lomax, born N!ay 30, A. D. i860. 

John Q. Loma.x. born Dec. 26, A. D. 1861 ; died May 7, A. D. ;866. 

Margaret A. Lomax, born Aug. 10, A. D. 1863; died May23, A. D. 1866. 

Milton Lo.max, born March 25. A. D. 1867. 

Mattie E. Lomax, born July 26, A. D. 1870. 

Claudius E. Lomax, born June 10, A. D. 1875. The lather descends 
from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1829 March 4, A. D. 1829, Gen. Andrew Jackson commenced the ad- 
ministration of the mil Presidential term. 

1829. DR. JOSEPH DODSON LOMAX. son of Hannah Dodson and 

her husband John Lomax. was born in Bolton, England, April 11, A. D. 1829, 

/ loth George IV., and ist year nth Presidential term. /a^/tjow/ and married 

I Isabella Warr, daughter ol James Warr, In Troj-, N. Y., in A. D. 1864. Their 

daughter is— 




Joseph D. Lomax. M. D. 
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Anna Dodson Lomax, born in A. D. 1871, in Troy. 

At page 78 of a book entitled "Physicians and Surgeons of the United 
States/' I find the following notice of Dr. Lomax: 

" Lomax, Joseph D., Troy, N. Y., was born in England, April 4, 1S29, ot 
ancestry originally French. He came to Ame ica in 1832, and after com- 
pleting his education, was lor many years engaged as a teacher in a private 
classical school. He studied medicine at the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons in N. Y., and at Long Island Hosp. Col , Brooklyn, graduating at 
the former in 1S62. After serving for sixteen months in the hospital of the 
Colored Home. New York City, he moved to Troy, N. Y., in 1863, and was 
soon after appointed Med. Supt. of the Marshall Inhrmary, Renssellare Co. 
Insane Asylum, a position he still holds. He is member of Rensselare Co. 
Med. Soc, wa.s elected in 1863, and has been, librarian and one of the 
censors, and is now on the committee of ethics, and a delegate to the State 
Medical Society, in 1875. He is the reporter of the 'Cases of Cancer of the 

Stomach,' 'Tumor in the Brain,' ' Brighl's Disease and ,' 'Aortic 

Disease,' etc., in Medical Surgical Repot ier ; 'Gall Stones,' in Transactions 
of New York State Medical Society, 1875. He is a memlier of various scien- 
tific associations in the city <.)f Troy. In 1864 he married Isabella, daughter of 
lames Warr, of Troy. The doctor is an Episcopalian. 

1829. HENRY J. LOMAX, son of Mary Howard and her husband, Wil- 
liam Taylor Lomax, was born in Warren Co., Ky., Apr 23, A. D. 1829, and 
married Margaret White, in Warren V.k3., 111., Apr. 23, A. D. 1849. Theii 
children are— 

Mary Ellen Lo.max, born Feb. i, A. D. 1850. 

William Taylor Lomax, born Feb. 3, A. D. i8=.i ; died Mav 27, A. D. 
1852. 

Amanda JANK Lomax, born Feb. ir, A D. 1852. 

Catherinh Ann Lomax, born May 27, A. D. 1853. 

Charlp:s EwiNt; Lomax. born Sept. 6, A. D. 1S54. 

Harriet Malinda Lomax, born Oct. 11, A. D. 1855; died Julv 6, A. D. 
1S56. 

Asa White Lomax, born Feb. 7, A. D. 1857; died Dec. 23, A. D. 1875. 

.Henry Harrison Lomax, born Sept. 24, A. D. 185S. 

Magaret Oreta Lomax, born P>b. 20, A. D. i860. 

RuFUS Marion Lomax, born Jan. 11, A. D. 1S62. 

Elisha Allen Lomax, born Apr. 3, A. D 1865. 

Eliza Alice Lomax, born Apr. 3, A. D. 1865. J 

Sahina Lomax, born Aug. 30, A. D. 1869. 

Salina Lomax. born Aug. 30, A. D. 1S69. 

Loi'is Jerome Lomax, born Dec 23, A. D. 1872. The mother died in 
Worth Co., Mo., Feb. 9, A. D. 1876, and the father married Raphina White, 
widow, in Knox Co., III., Jan. 28, A. 1). 1877; and she died May 30, A. 1). 
1880. Both wives were buried in Worth Co., Mo. The father mairied Nancy 
Stanley, Sept. 28, A. D. 18S2, in Gentry Co., Mo. Address — Union Grove, 
Mo. The father is a farmer, Democrat, and member of the " Church of 



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Christ.'" Of Iht elilldren. Mary E. and William T. were born in Warren Co., 
Hill; l-A^uis |. ivi Wurlli Co., Mo.; and the others in Warren Co., III. 

18^9. ISAUKl. LOMA.X, daughter of Elizabeth Smith Ladd and her huv 
feaiMd, lion Ahvl l.umax, wa.s born in Wayne Co., Ind, ]une26, A. D. 1S29, and 
idi-e*] in \\d)>.u.iis«), Iiui., Ft-b. 26, A. D. iSSS. She married Samuel R(^«;s 
KT>-^nl, in La Porte. Ind.. Dec. 20, A. D. 1849. He died in Valparaiso, Jan. 
21. A. 1). lSS6. He was born Nov. 27, A. D, 1822. Their children are— 

Frank Jknnings P.rvant, born Sept. 12, A. I). 1850; died Feb. 5 
A- IX 1854. 

William Alfred Bryant, born Feb. 7, A. D. 1852; died Sept. 3, A. D. 
U8S6. 

Mary Delight Bryant, born Nov. 13, A. D. 1S53; died Sept. 9. 
A, D. 1856. 

Adeh-ert Bryant, born Nov. 20, A. D. 1855; died Oct. i, A. D. 1S56. 

HnKLKT Ross Bryant, born Sept. 24, A. D. 1S57; died June 12, A. D. iSSi. 

Fannik Bryant, born Dec. 10, A. D. 1877; verbally adopted. All the 
children were born in Valparaiso, and they and their parents are buried there. 
Mr. liryant was Postmaster under Buchanan's administration, and was a suc- 
oessfull druggist and insurance agent. The adults of the family were 
Presbyterians and Democrats. Ross Le Roy Bryant, a grandson, is the only 
living descendant of Isabel L<nnax. E.xtract from a notice of her death in the 
Valparaiso Ahssoificr: 

* * 1S35, when they emigrated to Northern Indiana, locatmg within 
two and a half miles of the present city of La Porte. Her father purchased 
his land direct from the Government, and was thus identified with the 
pioneers that laid the foundation of the prosperity of tliis section of our State. 
* * She was married to Mr. Samuel Ross Bryant in the winter of 18.19. * 
She and her husband united with the Presbyterian Church, February 25th. 
1^54. during the pastorate of Rev. J. C. Brown. * * She took great interest 
in the Sunday School for many years, was a member of the Bible Class, in re- 
rneinhrancc <»t which the class placed a beautihil Horal offering upon hct 
casket. She was always deeply interested in the cause of missions, and by 
labors of Jier own hands and contributions advanced the work. Srie was a 
rcsider of missionary literature and thus sought to keep abreast of the progrei^s 
of Christ'.', Kingdom. But her work is done, swiftly and to the surprise ot 
c%'cry one except herself, the message came. * * Medical skill and tender 
ministrations of relatives anil friends was vain to stay the progress of disease 
which cuhninaled in her death in the early morning of February 26th. Her 
fooeral occuried from the Presbyterian Church, F""ebruary 28th, at 2 p. rn.. 
i:on6M.cUi\ by her pastor, Rev. S. N. Wilson, assisted by Rev. G. M. Boyd, ol 
the M 1:, CiuHxi). All but two ol her brothers and sisters were able to be 
prc^ient. A large concourse of friends and citizens, representatives of our 
united community, were present. She was laid to rest by the side of her 
husband, an enttre family being thus re-united in death. 

1829. JAM-: SCHNEIDER, daughter of Sarah Lomax and her husband. 
Wiley Schneider, was born Aug. 26, A. D. 1829, and married Nathan Meek 




Miss Anna Dodson Lomax. 

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about A. D. 1854. He was horn Apr. 3, A. D. 1S23, anH died Oct. s. A. D. 
1856. Their child is— 

Henry Mekk, l)orn June 6, A. D. 1S5.S. 

Her second Inisljand was D.iniel De Moines, who was horn Oct. 4, A. D. 
1S20, and died Oct. iS, A. D. 1.S6— . Their children aie— 

Thomas De Moines, horn Mar. i, A. D. iS6.v 

LuciNDA De Moines, born Dec. 5, A. D. 1S65. 

George De Moines, born l-'eb. iS, A. D. iSfiy. 

Ker third hnsband, John Mc Mnlleri, was born June 25, A. D. 1830. Tlieir 
children are— 

Grant Mc Mullen, born Feb. 2, A.I^. 1869. 

Laura Mc Mullen, born Dec. 18, A. D. 1S71. 

Sarah Mc Mullen, born Oct. 2, A. D. 1873. 

The moliier and children descend from Theophilus Lomax. the Enghsh. 
man who came fromTenn. to 111. 

1829. WILLIAM HODGE CUDE, son of Temperance Lomax and her 
husband, Horner Cude, was born on Buftalo River, in Perry Co., Tenn., Sept. 
8, A. D. 1829, and died May 16, A. D. 1864. He married Mary Jane Huffsted- 
ler, daughter of Elizabeth and James Hufilsledler, of Hickman Co., Tenn.. 
Oct. 17. A. D. 1853. She was born Mar. 17, A. D. 1S36. Their children are — 

James Horner Cude, born Oct. 22, A. D. 1854; died May 4. A. D. 1S76. 

Andrew Jackson Donelson Cude, born jan m, A. D. 1S56. 

John Bell Cude, born June 7, A. I). 1859. 

William Josiah Cude, born Apr. 5, A. D. 1S62. 

Samuel Felix Cude, born April 5. A. D. 1864. Tiie children were 
born in Perry Co., Tenn. The lather descends from Samuel Loma.x, the 
Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. He, W. H. Cude, was a 
a brave soldier in the " Confecerale " army, belonging to Gen. G. G. Dribrell's 
Brigade, Co. H., loth Tenn. Cavelry, and was wounded in battle at Caseville, 
Ga., and died under the. operation of the amputation of his arm. 

1829. ELIZABETH LOMAX, daughterof Elizabeth and William Lomax, 
was born in Tennessee, Sept. 20, A. D. 1829, and married Russell Ikown in 
A. D. 1849. She descends from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came 
from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1829. MARTHA ANN LOMAX, daughter of Abigail Davis and her 
husband Essex Lomax, was born in Orange Co., Ind., Oct. 14, A. D. 1S29. and 
married La Fayette Stout, March 25, A. D. 1S49. Their children are— 

Louisa Stout, born June 10, A. D. 1850. 

Zeno Stout, born Nov. 12, A. D. 1852. 

William Bloomer Stout, born April i, A. D. 1S55 ; died Oct. 25, A. D. 
1S82. 

Amy Stout, born Sept. 5, A. D. 1857. 

Jonathan Lomax Stout, born Sept. 25, A. D. 1859. 

Arcus Elsworth Stout, born July i.^, A. D. 1862. 



170 A. D. 1S30. 

OiiiKtTA Sror'T, born Aug. 2r, A. D. 1S66. The mother descends from 
William Loni.iN, the Knj^lishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C 

1829. IOHN a. ADAMS, son of Rachel Lomax and her husband Jesse 
S. Adams, \y.is born Dec. 8, A. D. 1S29. He married Ehnira Martin, moved 
loFiihon Co., Ark.. ,md there died. 

iSi9. ANN CORBIN LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth V. and .Maj. Mann 
Page Lomax. was born about A. D. 1829, and married Thomas Green of Ya.. 
Ian. 7. A. D. 1864. Siie is a widow and has no children. She descends from 
jolm Lomax, the Lnglishmau, who settled at Port Tobago, Va. 

1529. JAMES LONL^X, was born in Tennessee about A. D. 1S29. He 
is a son of Tlionias Lomax, and his address is, Pocahontas, Ark. He descends 
from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came Irom Georgia to Tennessee. 

3829. Tiiis year, 1S29. tiie Roman Catholic Emancipation Act passed 
PaTliamenl, and Daniel O'Connell took his seat in that legislative body. 

JS29. T. G. LO.MAX, of Lichfield, England, in Dec 1S59, corresponded 
with jYo/es anJ Queries, on tiie subject of books. Born about A. D. 1S29. 

1829. P. LO^LAX. 7i cor riis\)o\\diin\. oi Notes aud Quel ies, England, 1S59, 
asks for the author of the following poem : 

'■\Vii<>n latt^at niglit, tlirousli lighted streets. 
Tlie -walcljinan's voice the passer meets, 
As liomewanl each pedestrian stalks. 
Musing alone, or friendly tallis; 
On passing things he loves to dwell. 
He liears : 11 o'clock and all's well." 

1530. REV. ALEXANDER ADAMS LOMAX, son of Mary and Alfred 
iLoToax, Avas born in Obion Co., Tenn., May 4, A. D. 1830, nth George IV., 
and 2d year i itli Presidential term, yarit.jow/ and married Martha .Arabella 
Lomax. in Holmes Co., Miss., fan. jS, 1S66. The wile is a daughter of Tillman 
Lomax. Address, Batesville, .Miss. Their children are— 

Ci.]FTON Lamar Lo.ma.x, born Dec. 5. A. D. 1S69. 

Maky Frink Lo.max, born May 14, A. D. 1872. 

Mahki. Clvok Lomax, born Oct. 21, A. D. 1875. 

JussiE Mav Loma.x, born .Sept. 5, A. D. 1884, 

JosEPJi AuiXANiJKK LoMAX, born July 10, A. D. iSSS. Rev. A. A. Lomax 
wa* -educated for tJie niinistry in the Baptist denomination, graduating atMis- 
.■sissippi College in 1-Vb., A. J). J862. But at the commencement of the war he 
senlisted in the infanlty service, army of Northern Virginia, and served in 12th 
and i6th regiments .Mississippi Voluneers, under Gen. Robert E. Lee. In 
A. D. 1864 he was promoted to the Chaplaincy of the i6th Regiment, with the 
rank of Captain, which position he held uj) to the surrender at Appomattox. 
H« was on active duty all the time, but was never wounded nor had any army 
sickness, although he participated in nearly all the great battles and camp- 
ai^is <jf Virginia. Maryland and Pennsylvania. After the surrender he 
Telurned to his home in Mississippi, and is now engaged in the duties of the 
anmislTy of the Baptist denomination. 




Mrs. Isabel Bryant, 
valparaiso, ind. 



A. D. iS30- ^71 

He is a staunch Prohibitionist, and is regarded as one of the most efTective 
speakers on that subject in Mississippi. He has had several Unttering oflers 
of positions in different educational institutions, which he dechned. His 
daughter Mary F., is teaching at Monticello, Lawrence Co., Miss. 

J830. June 26, A. D. 1830, George IV. died, aged 67, and his brotlier 
WilUam IV. succeeded to the crown. 

i«30 THEOPHILUS LOMAX, son of EHzabeth Maroon and her iuis- 
band Theophilus Lomax, was born in Blount Co., Tenn., Aug. 11, A-J^; '^3o. 
,st William IV. and 2d year nth Presidential term, Jackson Address, 
Faysltville, Ark. He married Eliza Perkins, Aug. 3. A. D. 1851. Their 
\ children are— 

Christina A. Lomax, born March 5, A. D. i860. 

Eugene Lomax, born March 9, A. D. 1866. 

Josephine Lomax, born May 17, 1868. 
^ Christopher Congreve Lomax, born May 19. A. D. 1870; died Aug. 

'^' ElXA Susan Lomax, born Sept. 23, A. D. 1873; died July 3. A. D. 18S0. 
The first three were born in Illinois and the fourth was born in Missouri. He 
was standing in his father's yard, unarmed and unsuspecting, when the mur- 
derer rode up and shot him, and escaped. On the same day the following 
telegrams were published : 

" Deadly duel in Arkansas. Little Rock, Arkansas, Aug. 26.-Walter 
1 omax and Al. Morgan, prominent business men and poluicians ot North 
Arkansas fought a desperate duel this morning with revolvers. Lomax was 
instantly killed and Morgan wounded. The tragedy resulted from a quarrel 
said to have grown out of some remarks made derogatory to Morgan s 
business relations." The other telegram is in these words- 

- Killed in a duel. Little Rock, Ark., Aug. 26.-W. D. Lomax, a 
Washington Co. miUman, was killed in a duel to-day by Alfred Morgan, a real 
estate agent. Lomax insulted Morgan at a public gathering recently ; Morgan 
• resented it but the men were seperated. They parted, however, with the under- 

standing that it would be death to one or the other when they met again. 1 o-day 
they met on a country road, and both began shooting with revolvers. 
I Morgan was killed instantly, and Lomax badly wounded. Both parties are 

well connected." These absurd and false telegrams were sent out in the 
I interestofthemurderer, who is still at large. He was indicted lor wilful 

i murder but the sheriff has been unable to locate him. He is 40 or 45 years 

i old weighs 200 pounds, has a red face, blue eyes, fair complexun, and -.vhen 

i he fled had a mustache and short sandy hair. Morgan is said to come from 

the State of Indiana. 

Theophilus Lomax was a soldier in the Union Army <hiring the Southern 

Rebellion. He enlisted Oct. .2. A. D. .861, in the 3d Mo. Vols., and served 

three years and two months. He was in 25 battles, and escaped with one 

'. slight wound; and was mustered out of service at St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 22. 

A D. 1864. with general health impaired, and eyesight badly damaged. He 



172 A. D. 1S30. 

is a farmer, a Baptist, a " Republican," and descends from Theopliiliis Lo- 
max, the Englishman who came from East Tennessee to Illinois. 

1S30. JOSEPHUS LOMAX, son ol Nancy Yates Davis and her husband. 
Hon. Ouintin Lomax, was born in Orange Co., Ind., Sept. 9, A. D. 1830, and 
died in Spencer Co., Ky , Jan. 13, A. D. 18S4. He married Elizabeth Truax, 
July 2S, A. IX 1.S53. Their children are — 

Nancy Jank Lomax, born July 24, A. D. 1S54. 

Rachel Ann Loma.x, born Dec. 25, A. 1). 1855. 

OnEDiAH Lomax, born Apr. 28, A. D. 1S57. 

QuiNTiN Lomax, born Feb. 20, A. D. 1S59. 

Edward Lomax, born Aug. 4, A. I^. 1S61 ; died Oct. 28, A. D. 1862. 

Sarah Margaret Lo.max, born Tan. 19, A. D. 1865. The mother died 
July 3. A. D. 1S70, and the father married Sarah Ann Truax, Dec. 20, A. D. 
1870. Their children are — 

Lizzie Lomax, born Nov. i, A. D. 1871 ; died Sept. 8, A. D. 1872. 

Martha Lo.max, born Feb. 6, A. D. 1873. Family address— Wakefield 
Station, Spencer Co., Ky. The father descends from William Lomax, the 
Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1830. LOUISA ANN LOMAX, daughter of Mary and Peter Lomax, was 
born in Abbeville Co., S. C, Oct. 10, A. D. 1830, and died in Shelby Co., 
Tenn., Aug. 12, A. D. 18S2. .Siie married William Richardson, who died at 
their home, Sept. 18, A. D. 1S72. Their children are— 

John L. Richardson, born Oct. 17, A. D. 1853. 

Jesse A. Richardson, born Sept. 12, A. D. 1855 ; died. 

Mary E. Richardson, born Apr. 17, A. D. 1857. 

William H. Richardson, born Feb. 14, A. D. 1859. 

Thomas J. Richardson, born Jan. 9, A. D. 1861. 

MiTTiE E. Rich \RDSON, born Aug. 16, A. D. 1862. 

Robert W. Richardson, born Feb. 18, A. 1866. 

Sallie W. Richardson, born July 18, A. D. 1868. 

Benjamin Richardson, born July 14, A. D. 1S71 ; died. The mother 0/ 
this family was a most excellent woman— a lady highly esteemed by her 
neighbors. She descends from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled 
in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1830. REV. JOHN JOSEPH LOMAX, son and only child of John Lo- 
max, was born in Bury, St. Edmonds, .Suflolk, Eng., A. D. 1830, and died 
Aug., A. D. 1S88, at l>rienton. Hertfordshire, where he was Vicar of tiie 
Church. His children are — 

Phoehe Sophia Lomax, born about .'\. D. 1865. 

William Joseph Lomax, born about A. D. 1857. This is the second son. 
1 do not know the name of tiie elder one. The father liad the original Lomax 
coat ol arms, but tlie motto is ciianged to read, " Fato Prudenda Major." 

1S30. ROBERTA L.LOMAX,daugliterofMargaretR. Stuart and her hus- 
band, Thomas Lunsford Lomax, was born in Fredericksburg, Va., about 



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A. D. 1830, and rrlarried her cousin, Col. Charles E. Stuart, of Alexandria, Va. 
Their children are — 

Judge Charles E. Stuart, born about A. D. 1848. 

Dr. Richard H. Stuart, " " " 1850. 

Meta Stuart, " " " 1852. 

Kate H. Stuart, " " " 1854. 

Roberta L. Stuart, " " " 1856. The motiier descends 

from John Lomax, the Englishman who settled at Port Tobago, Va. 

1830. PETER LOM.\X, son of Elizabeth Lawson and her husband, John- 
son Lomax, was born in Bolton, Eng., about A. D. 1830. He is now editor of 
a newspaper, near London. 

1831. ELIJAH HARVEY LOMAX, son of Mary Howard and her hus- 
band, William Taylor Lomax, was born in Warren Co., Ky.. Jan 4, A. D. 1831, 
and married Harriet White, in Warren Co., 111., May 20, A. D. 1855. Their 
children are— 

Mary Eliza Lomax, born Aug. 13, A. D. 1856; died Nov. 29, A. D. 1856. 

Clara Ann Lomax, born Dec. 2, A. D. 1857. 

Jane Caroline Lo.max, born Apr. 17, A. D. 1859; died Feb. 27, A. D. 
I860. 

William Harvey Lomax, born Nov. 29, A. D. 1861 ; died Mar. 24, A. D. 
1862. 

Robert Amasa Lo.max, born May 20, A. D. 1863. 

Ida Belle Lomax born June 29, A. D. 1865. 

Luella M. Lomax, born Mar. 9, A. D. 1867. 

Edgar Monroe Lo.max, born Sept. 5, A. D. 1870. 

Curtis Orin Lomax, born Oct. 4, A. D. 1872. 

Clarence Ernest Lomax, born Jan. 26, A. D. 1874; died Jan 18, 
A. D. 1880. 

Cora Estella Lomax, born Sept. 29, A. D. 1876. 

Jessie Gertrude Lomax, born Oct. 29, A. D. 1878; died Sept. 11, A. D. 

1879. 

Harriet Olive Lo.max, born Oct. 19, A. D. 1881 ; died Aug. 8, A. D. 
1882. The first five children were born in Abingdon, 111., the following five 
in Worth Co., Mo., and the youngest at Stanberry, Mo. The adults of the 
family belong to the "Christian Church," and are Democrats. Address, 
Stanberry, Mo. 

1831. ELIZABETH SMITH STUDY, daughter of Sarah Lomax and 
her husband Henry Study, was born in Wayne Co., Iiid., April 2t, A. D. 1S31, 
1st William IV , and 3d year nth Presidential term, Jackson. She married 
Rev. John Cranor, a " United Brethren " minister, Sept. 2, A. D. 1S52. Their 
children are — 

Mary Alice Cranor, born Aug. 16, A. D. 1854. 

Hon. Ozko N. Cranor, born Sept. 4, A. D. 1855. 

Alwilda Cranor, born Nov. 7, A. D. 1856. 

Elmetta Cranor, born April 17, A. D. 1859. 



174 A. D. 1832. 

LUELLA Cranor, bom Jan. 31, A. D. 1861 ; died Aug. 26, A. D. 1862. 
Ella Cranor, born Jan. 14, A. D. 1868. The mother descends from 
William Lomax, the EngHshman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1S31 This year, A. D. 1831, the anti-democrats met in Baltimore, Dec. 
12, and nominated Henry Clay for President and Richard Sergeant for Vice 
President; changing their name from "Federalists" to "National Re- 
publicans." 

iS^L THOMAS SCHNEIDER, son of Sarah Lomax and her husband 
Wiley Schneider, was born Sept. 8, A. D. 1831, 2d William IV., and 3d year 
nth Presidential term, yafX-iow; and died May 9, A. D. 1879- He married 
Amanda Tuggle, who was born Dec. 8, A. D. 1836. Family address, Rock- 
port; 111. Their children are— 

Ollie J. Schneider, born Oct. 9. A. D. 1861 ; died May 7, A. D. 18S7. 
Elsworth Schneider, born Feb. 2, A. D. 1863. 
Bruttie Schneider, born Oct. 18, A. D. 1869, 
Lizzie Schneider, born Dec. 17, A. D. 1R72. 

Barney Schneider, born Oct. 10, A. D. 1874; died Jan. 4, A. D. 1887. 
The father descends from Theophilus Lomax, the Englishman, who came 
from Tennessee to Illinois. 

1831. NANCY JANE LOMAX, daughter of Eila Ann Tharp and her 
husband Thomas Lomax, was born in Pike Co., 111., about A. D. 1831. and 
married William Bramble. She descends from Theophilus Lomax, the Eng- 
lishman, who came from Tennessee to Illinois. 

1831. DANIEL M. LOMAX, son of Elizabeth and Thi«flas Lomax, was 
born in Lincoln Co., Mo.. April 29. A. D. 1832, 2d William IV., and 4^h year 
nth Presidential lermjaa-son; and died in A. D. 1887. He was a soldier in 
the 2d Mo. Vols. He married Mary E. Baldwin. Their children are- 

Mary Ella Lomax, born about A. D. 1857- The father married a second 
wife, Fannie Bates, and their children are— 
MiLLEY Lomax, born about A. D. 1875. 

Daniel Lomax, born about A. D. 1877. Mary E. was born in Middle- 
berry, Mercer Co., Mo. Daniel lelt home at the age of 12 years, and was in 
California when last heard from. It is said there are two other children. 
Milley is in Kinderhook. 111. The father was a "Campbellite " and a Demo 
crat. He descends from Theophilus Lomax, the Englishman, who came from 
Tennessee to Illinois. 

1832. JOHN H. POOL, son of Temperance G. Lomax and her husband 
John Pool, was born in Warren Co., Ky.. May 19, A D. 1832, and married 
Eliza Morris, in March A. D. 1854. He is a Democrat and belongs to the 
" Diciples Church." Address, Wetmore, Nemeha Co., Kansas. 

1832 WILLIAM LATON FARRINGTON, son ol Nathaniel Farring- 
ton. was born in Guilford Co., N. C, Aug. 14. A. D. 1832. and married jane 
Shelton. Their children are— 

William Farrington, born about A. D. 1854. 



A. D. 1832. 175 

Robert Nathaniel Farkington, born about A. D. 1S56. 

Oliver Farrington, " " " 1S58. 

Alfred Farrington, " " " i860. 

John Andrew Farrington, " " " 1862. 

Martha F"arrington, " " " 1864; died. 

Ziller Farrington, •' " " 1866. 

Mary Elizabeth Farrington, " " " 1868. 

Nancy Farrington, " •' " 1870. The mother died 

and the father married Mollie Lewis. Of the children, William, Robert N.. 
Oliver, John A., and Ziller are married. Family address, Hillsdale, N. C. 

1832. HAMILTON PEAV LOMAX, son of Nancy and Shadrach Lo- 
max, was born in Rockingham Co., N. C, Nov. 28, A, D. 1832, 3d William 
IV., and 4th year nth Presidential term, yar>t50«; and died in said county, 
Sept. II, A. D. 1882, at 5 p. m. He married Martha J. Roach, May iS, A. D. 
1858 She was born Oct. 15, A. D. :S36, and was a daughter of Thomas 
Roach, E.sq. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. William J- 
Ogborn. Their children are — 

Marv Alice Lomax, born May 21, A. D. 1859; died Nov. 23, A. D. 1859. 

Sallie Etta Loma.x, born Sept. 14, A. D. i860; died Dec. 27, A. J), i860. 

James Hamilton Lomax, born Aug. 5, A. D. 1861. 

Bettie Cora Loma.x, born June 20, A. !>. 1864 

Robert Albert Lomax, burn Marcii 27, A. I). 1S66. 

Mollie Sue Lomax, born Aug. 14. A. D. 1867; died Aug. 19, A. D. 1S75. 

Jennie Senora Lomax, born July 26, A. 1). 1S70 ; died Sept. i, A. D. 1875. 

Thomas Sherwood Lomax, born July i, A. D. 1S72 ; died Nov. 19, 
A. D. 1875. 

Samuel Garrett Lo.max, born Nov. 27, A. D. 1876. Family address. 
Bason, Rockingham Co., N. C. The husband was a soldier in the "Con- 
federate " army. His health being bad, he was made a clerk in the quarter- 
master's department at Greensboro, N. C, in which position he served to the 
end of the war. The following notice ot his death is taken from a newspaper: 
IN memoriam. 

"Hamilton P. Lomax was born in Rockingham Co., on Nov. 28, 1832, and 
died at his late residence on Sept. 11, 1882. His life and character are worthy 
of precious memory, and it will be hard to fill the place of such a man. He 
was theson of S. N. and Nancy Lomax, and has always resided in his native 
county. On May iS, 1858, he was married to Martha J. Roach, eldest daughter 
of Thomas Roach, Esq., and leaves her his widow— and four children sur- 
viving him. In early life .he had but few educational advantages, having 
received but an ordinary Englisli education. 

*' Mr. Lomax was an exemplary citizen in all relations of life. Possessed 
of a strong, practical mind and discreet judgment, upright and moral in his 
daily life, and endowed with a .sensitive moral consciousness, the one great 
requisite necessary to secure his co-operation and approval of any matter was 
to convince him that it Was lijrht. Having once determined that a thing was 
right, he was firm and unyielding. In sentiment he was a Methodist, but a 



.that he u as prepared to d.e. "'^^ V'^^ '^^ ,,,t followed by a car- 

He was a ki'^l and artectionate husband and father a stav 

,hiscap»c,^yhe^vas^,^versallvbelo^e<l.respec ^ ^^^ ^^^^^^^ 

and his official life ,s without bWm.sh. But h,s moa ^^^.^ 

public services were -"^ered as „ member of the Boa d of^ ^J^^^ ^^^^^ 

fe::;lds!:ras::cir Itn^e c^t;' Ls e.bat J^ 

debt and cottnly scrip was not worth 6fty cents on the dollar. ,t was la e.y 

'„:-;.;,o his f,n,iciai a^Miity, s.i.i. '^^";^r^^:^z^;r:::'i^i^^ 
:^:.iirn.rsc"-=v:r"4^r^^^ 

very pertinently asked, " Where can we find a man m the county to 
'''''''Mr Lomax was an honored member oi the Masonic fraternity and his 
life wasW.^ by its tenets and teachings. God bless us memory and 

example and influence of his lite to the good of our county. 

A Friend. 

,S32. JESSE ANDREW LOMAX, sop of Mary H^ ^^^ ^^l^^'.'^^i:, 
was born in Abbeville County. South Carohna. December ., A. D. .83.. 
-- married Miss E. A. Rampy, Feb. 23, .S73- The.r children are- 

Malcomm Vai.lourie Lomax, born about A D. .S74. 

Samiel Jones Tilden Lomax, " '' '_ '«/ • ^^^^ ^^^,,,^, 

Pettis Ethekidge Alfaefa Lomax, " " '• '\- ,. .,-o„.h 

served in the "Confederate" army during the war. He was n the Hoi ^ 
Legion, and "surrendered with uncle Hob" ^^ ,^^^'^"7"^" "^ s. C- 
Mc'hod.st. inteligent farmer and a Democrat. A^^^^^' f,°';^.;^ r^.^U.o.- 
He descends from William Lomax. the Enghshman, who settled m Rock 

ham Co., N. C. 



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1832. DR. RICHARD STUART LOMAX, son of Mar-aret R. and 
Thomas Limsford Lomax, was born about A. D. 1832, and his children are— 
r7 Margaret S. Lomax. born abt)ut A. D. 1855. 

Kate R. Lomax, " " •' 1857. 

Mary Stuart Lomax, " " " 1S59. 

Florence L. Lomax, ' " " " 1862, 

Jennie F. Lomax, " " " 1863. 

Richard Stuart Lomax, " " " 1S64. 'I'he father descend.s 

from John Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Port Tobag(j, Va. 

1832. The first Democratic National Con\'ention ever held in the United 
States convened in Baltimoie, in May A. D. 1^2,2, and nominated Gen lack- 
son for re-election to the Presidency, and Martin \'an Biiren for Vice-President. 
The "Whigs" ran Henry Clay, and the "Anti-Masons" William Wiit, for 
President. At the ensuing November election Jackson had 219 electoral 
votes. Clay 49, Wirt 7, and .South Carolina gave II to John Floyd, who was 
not a candidate. 

1833. CHARLES HANIBAL LOMAX, son of Mary and Alfred Lomax, 
was born in Obion Co., Tenn., Jan. i, A. D. 1833. He died at Amity, Pike 
Co., Ark., Oct. 6, A. D. 1874. He married Josephine Raby, in Holmes Co., 
Miss., Nov. 2, A. D. 1854. She was born in said county, Nov. 27, A. D. 1839 

- Their children are — 

Marv Ella Lomax, born Aug. 12, A. D. 1855; died Feb. 4, A. D. 1S73. 
j^ Susan Alice Lomax, born April 24, A. D. 1S57. 
rv Alexander Abram Lomax, born Marcii 13, A. D. 1859. 

Emma M. Lomax, born July 30, A. D, 1S61. 

Ida Josephine Lomax, born Aug. 12, A. D. 1864. 

William Jasper Lomax, born Oct. 22, A. D. 1866. 

Joseph Ford Lomax, born Sept. 24, A. D. 1868. 

Robert Lee Lomax, born Jan. 18, A. D. 1871; died Apr. 18, A. D. iSSg- 

Louis Edgar Lomax, born Apr. 26, A. D. 1873. 

All are "Missionary Baptists" and Democrats. Address, Rock Creek, 
Ark. The husband was a soldier in the "Confederate" army. He descends 
from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co , N.C. 
The first seven children were born in Holmes Co., Miss., the eighth in Ciaric 
Co., and the ninth in Pike Co., Ark. 

1833. MARIA ANN LOMAX, daughter of Mary Howard and her hus- 
band William Taylor Lomax, was born in Warren Co., Ky., March 20, A. D. 
1833, and mariied Mr. Springsteel. Theii children are— 

Hiram Springsteel, born about A. D. 1S72. 
f- Charles .Springsteel, " " " 1S73. 

Walter Springsteel, " " " 1876. The mother died in Taylor 

Co., Iowa, Nov. 19, A. 1). 1SS9, and she and the husband are buried at Bedford 
in that State. 

1833. ■ On March 4. A. D. 1833, Andrew Jackson commenced the admin- 
istration of the 12th Presidential term. 



,78 A. D. iS:,3. 



husband Re 



.R.- S\R\H lANE RAYBURN, daughter of Eliza Lomax and h. 

band 

A D i8^^ -^d William IV., ana isi yea. i^w. . ...-.— '■' '' \"' \ a n 

Id nfc iS; A. D. 1874. She marned W. E. Kirkpatr.ck, Apr.l .9. A. D. 
1S52. Their children are— 
^ jAMes David Kirkpatrick. born March 28, A.D^i853- 
John Augustus Kirkpatrick. born Dec. 13. A. D. 1824, died Oct. s, 

""''mIrv'ann Eliza K.RKPATRICK, born June 22. A. D. 1857. Th. mother 
desceXrom WUham Lomax. the Englishman, who settled n. Rockn.gham 
Co N C. Family address, Kirk's Grove, Ala. 

'18.. KATHERINE SCHNEIDER, daughter of Sarah Lomax, and her 

children are— 

Charlotte Williams, born ]uly 28, A. D. 1859- 
Charles Williams, born April 3. A. D^i86i 
LuciNDA Williams, born April 6. A. D. 1863. S las WeDster 
second husband. He was horn in A. D. 1833 Their ch.ldren are- 
Henry Webster, born March 1, A. D. 1S65. 

Ei ,/A Wehster. born Dec. 9, A. D. 1867. The mother descends from 
Theophi^s lomax, (he Englishman, who came from Tennessee to Hhno.. 

i8.^ MARTHA JANE LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth and W .n.<nn 
Lomax wat born in Humphrey Co.. Tenn., June ,0, A. D. .833, and marr.-d 
Samuel Brown. Dec. 25, A. D. 1848. Their children are- 

ELiZAHHTH FRANCES Brown, bom Aug. 12, A. t). 1854 i died youn.. 
John R. Brown, born May 6, A. D. 1856. 
William Charles Brown, born Dec. 25, A. D. 1858. 
Docv Brown, born July i, A. D. i860; died young. 
Joseph D. Brown, born April 13, A. D. 1864. 
RkADLEY S Brown, born May i. A. D. 1868. 

ArRK^E BROWN.' born March 13. A. D. :874. The ^ther was m 
..Confederate " army, . uh Tenn. Rgt., 18 months, the greater pa oft . ^ 
at Cumberland Gap. Tenn. He volunteered May i. A. D 1S6., ^'' 
regularly discharge-d. The mother descends from Samuel Lomax. the Ln. 
lishman, who came from Georgia to '1 ennessee. 

,S.. NEEDHAM S. ARMFIELD, son of Thankful Short and her huv 
band Hamilton Armfield. was born June 22. A. D. 1823, and married l-raneo 
Ward, Oct. 25. A. D. 18S3. Their children are- ^ 

Rita Hamilton Armeield, born July 2. A. D. 1884. 
Ardena Christina Armfield, born July 2, A. D. 1884- 
NonaAolo ARMFIELD, born Oct. 6, A. p. 1886. A,i,i,e<-. 

Mary Ethel LOMAX Armfield, born Aug 29, A. I). ^^;„ ; „^,„ 
Jamestown N. C. The father descends from W.lham Lomax, the Enghshm 
who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 



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1833. CHARLOTTE ANN STUDY, daughter of Sarah Lomax and her 
husband, Henry Study, was born in Wayne Co., Ind., July 19, A. D. 1S33, 4th 
WiUiam IV., and ist year 12th Presidential Term, Jackson; and married 
Frederick Cranor, farmer. Mar. i, A. D. 1853. Their only ciiild is — 

James Arthur Cranor, born Mar. 30, A. D. 1854. Address, Williams- 
burg, Ind. Mr. Cranor is a prosperous farmer, and a " Republican." I'he 
mother descends from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rock- 
ingham Co., N. C. 

1S33. DR. JAMES WESLEY KELLER, son of Nancy Lomax and her 
husband, David Keller, was born in Aboeville Co., S C, Sept. 16, A. D. 1833. 
Address, Abbeville, S. C. He married Louiza Rebecca WiIscki, July 2-i. 
A. D. 1866. She was born Apr. 25, A. D. 1841. Their children are — 

David Wilson Keller, born May 24, A. 1). 1867. 

Nancy Evalina Keller, born July i, A. D. 1870. 

Mary Sue Keller, born Feb. 4, A. I). 1872; died in A. D. 1S92. 

Lizzie Emma Keller, born Dec. 11, A. D. 1874. 

William Isaac Keller, born June 28, A. D. 1877; died Sept. 17, A. D. 
1880. 

Louiza Reisecca Keller, born Sept. 7, A. I). 1879. The mother died 
Oct. 14, A. D. 1879, and the father married Mary Anna Eliza Cook, May 2, 
A. D. 1880, and their only child was — 

James Edwin Keller, born Apr. 5, A. D. 18S1. The mother died June 
24, A. D. 1886. and the father married Susan Amanda Wilson, Pel). 29, A. D. 
1S88. The children were all born in Abbeville Co., S. C Dr. Keller is a 
phy.sician and a farmer, a Methodist and a Democrat. He was an Assistant 
Surgeon in the •' Confederate " army. He invested his means largely in 
" Confederate " bonds— a total loss. He descends from William Lomax, the 
Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. A large part of the doc- 
tor's practice is among negroes. They pay so little that he enters none of 
their names on his books. He is a kind, genial. Jovial, intelligent gentleman. 
I visited him at his home m A. D. 1888. 

1833. WILLIAM ASAHEL WHORTON, son of Lucinda Lomax and 
her husband James Whorton, was born Sept. 17, A. D. 1833, in Abbe\ ille Co., 
S. C, and was married to Margarette Paty, in Alabama. His children are— 

James Whorton, born about A. D. 1858. 

John Whorton. '' " " i860. 

Fannie Whorton, " "• " 1862. 

The father descends from William Lomax. the Englishman, who settled 
in Rockingham Comity, N. C. I iiave been informed that the father died in 
the "Confederate " army at Pt-tersburg, \'a. Family address. Green Briar, 
Arkansas. 

1833. JAMES HENRY BROWNLEE, son of Maria Lomax and John 
Brownlee, was born in Abbeville County, S. C, Nov. 30, A. P. 1833. and mar- 
ried Elizabeth Aim McKinney of Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Their children are— 



i8o 



A. D. 1S34. 



Maria Catherine Brownlee, born Jan. 29, A. I). 1S75. 
Ann Elizabeth Hrownlee, born Nov. 9, A. D. 1S78. 
Marv Rozine Brownlee, born April 9, A. D. 18S1. 
loHN Archibald Brownlee, born F"eb. 17, A. D. 1SS4. 
The father descends from tlie Englishman, Wiiham Lomax. who settled 
in Rockingham County, in the Colony of North Carolina, about A. I). 1740. 

1833. MARV ANN LOMAX, daughter of Anna Dodson and her hus- 
band John Lomax, was born in the city of New York, A. I). 1833, and married 
James \V. Collier in A.D. 1S53. Their child is — 

James Walter Collier, born in New York, A.D. 1855. The mother 
married Jcjin W. Albaugh, a second husband, in A. D. 1866. Their children 
are — 

John \V. Albaugh, Jr., born in A. D. 1867. 

Anna C. Albaugh, " " 1870. 

Sarah Constance Albaugh," " 1S75. 

Alice Marv Albaugh, " " 1890. The first was born in 

New York; the second, Long Branch; the third, Albany; and the fourth in 
Baltimore. Both husbands were actors and managers. The mother was a 
tragedienne, known in theatrical circles as " Mary Mitchell," and has now 
retired. 

1S34. JUNIUS LO^L'\X, son of Nancy Yates Davis and her husband 
Hon. Quintin Lomax, was born in Orange Co., Ind., J^iTl^, A, D. 1834, and 
married Elizabeth Grajiam, in Dubois Co., lud. Their children are- 



?"7 - / "9/ 7, 

Ormilda Lomax, born in A. D. 1862. 



D. l866. . ' 



William Lomax, '* • - " 1864. 

Albert Lomax, born about A. D. v866. 

Benjamin Franklin Lomax, " " " 1868. -v 

David Ed.mund Lomax, " " " 1870. 

Clarence Lomax, ; . " " , . " 18S6. The parents moved 

to Mound City, Linn Co., Kansas, in A. D. 1862, which is tlieii pre.sent ad- 
dress. The husband is a prosperous farmer and stock raiser. His son 
William is in the State of Oregon. The children were born in Linn Co., 
Kans. The father descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who set- 
tled in Rockingham Co., N. C 

1S34. ALARGARET ELIZA GAILEY, daughter of Jane D. Loma.x and 
her husband, Ebenezer Gaiky, wa;; l)orn in Habbersham Co., Ga , .Mar. i4' 
A. D. 1835, 5th William IV., and 2d year 12th Presidential Term, Jackson. 
and married Felix Green Whorton, in afdresaid Co., Oct. 29, A. 1 ). 1S51. 
Address, Dickson, Benton Co., Ark. Their children are — 

Orthaniel C. Whorton, born Feb. 7, A. D. 1853. 

Amzi a. Whorton, born June 28. A. D. 1855 ; died Nov. 19, .\. D. 1S60. 
The father died Se[)t. 6, A. D. 1835, and the mother married John P. Goans. 
in Craighead Co., Ark., Mar. 2, A. D. 1S65. The mother descends from Wil 
Ham Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co, N. C. 













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JAS. Wesley Keller. M. U. 

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A, D. 1834. 181 

1834. WILLIAM T. POOL, son of Temperance G. Lomax and her hus- 
band, John Pool, was born in Warren Co., Ky., Mar. 20, A. D. 1834, and 
married Lovicy Lomax, adaup;hter of Moses Lomax. She died at Williams- 
town, Mo., Sept. 24, A. D. 1870, and he married Mrs. M. J. Cooter, June 25, 
A. D. 1874. He is a Democrat and belongs to the " Disciple Church." Ad- 
dress, Williamstown, Lewis Co., Mo. 

1834. GEN. LUNSFORD LINDSAY LOMAX, son of Elizabeth V. and 
Maj. Mann Page Lomax, was born about A. D. 1834, and married Elizabeth- 
Winter Page, daughter of Dr. Allan Page, of Eaqueir Co., Va., Feb. 20, A. D. 
1873. Their children are — 

Elizabeth Lindsay Lomax, born Dec. ig, A. D. 1874. 

Ann Tayloe Loma.x, born July 7, A. D. 1877. His military record is as 
follows : 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy, July i, 1852; Bot. 2d Lieut., Second 
Cavalry, July I, 1856; 2d Lieut, rst Cavalry^ Sept. 30, 1856; ist Lieut. March 
21,1861. Resigned Apr. 25, 1861. He then went into the "Confederate" 
service, and there his record was : 

Capt., A. A. G. to Gen. J. E.Johnston, Apr. 29, 1861; Maj. A. I. G. to 
Brig. Gen. Ben. McCulIock, — , 1861 ; Lieut. Col. A. I. G. to Maj. Gen. Earl 
Van Dorn, July, 186—- 1863; Col. nth Va. Cavalry, Feb. 8, 1863 ; Brig. Gen. 
P. A. C. S.,July 23, 1S63; Maj. Gen. P. A. C. S., Aug. 10, 1864. His com- 
mands were— 

Brigade composed of 5th, 6th, and 15th Regiments Va Cavalry, and ist 
Regiment Maryland Cavalry, Fitzhugh Lee's division Army of Northern \'ir- 
ginia. 

Division composed of the cavalry brigades of Brig. Gens. Bradley T. 
Johnson, W. L Jackson, Henry B. Davidson, J. D. Imboden, and John Mc 
Causland, Army of Northern Virginia. 

Jan. 31, 1864, commanding brigade in Fitzhugh Lee's division. Cavalry 
Corps, Army of Northern Virginia. August 10, assigned (1864) to command 
in General Eariy's corps, relieving Gen. Robt. Ransom (Oct. 31, 1864. com- 
manding Cavalry Division in Army of Valley District). 

March 29, 1863, assigned to command of Valley District, Dept. of North- 
ern Va. 

He is President of the Agricultural and Mechanical College atBlackburg. 
and descends from John Lomax, the Englishman who settled at Port Tobago 
Va. 

1834. MARY J.A.NE LOMAX, daughter of Nancy and Shadrach Loma.x, 
was born in Rockingham Co., N. C, about A. D. 1S34, and married Dr. S. A. 
Garrett, who was born aliout A. D. 1819 They had a sou- 
Albert Hamilton Garrett, born about A D. 1S55. Me lives with his 
grandmother Lomax. Address, Bason, N. C. The mother descends from 
William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 



iS2 A- D. 1S35. 

1834. ALICE LOMAX waf; born in Bolton, Eng., about A. D. 1834, ain] 
married R()l>erl Ent\vi5.lle, manufacturer, Lincoln Hill, Bolton. They liav.- 
l<».ur t>r live children. She is a daughter of Elizabeth Lawson and her hus- 
band. Johnson Lomax. 

1S34. J. LOMAX, born in Eng. about A. D. 1S34. "Public Men and 
Prelty Women," 2 vols., were published in London, A. D. 1S64, which found 
their way to America. On a 11 y leaf of one is written, ""J. L,oma.\, Alderlev 
Edge." 

1835. ELIZABETH C. ARMFIELD. daugliter of Thankful .Short ami 
her husband, Hamilton Armlield, was bom Mar. 23, A. D. 1835, 5t!i VViliiain 
IV., and 3d year 32th Presidential Term, yar^jow; and married Wilkiiis 
Crowe, Oct. 25, A. D. 1862. Their children are — 

Emma Floe Crowe, born July 23, A. D- 1864; died ]uly 27, A. D. 1S80. 

JklAKY Jane Ckowe, born A])r- 27, A. D. 1S67 ; died Sept. 14, A. D. 18S4. 

Robert Lee Crowe, born July 28, A. D. 1S69. 

MiRA Lee Eleen Crowe, born May 19. A. D. 1S71. 

Alley Glenn Crowe, born Jan. 28, A. D. 1874. Address, Randleuian, 
Randolph Co., N. C. The mother descends from William I^omax, the Eni;- 
lishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1835. RACHEL C. LOMAX, daughter of Mary Howard and her hus- 
band, William Taylor Lomax, was bom in Warren Co., Ky., Aug. 16, A. 1 '. 
1S35, 6th William IV., and 3d year 12th Presidential Term, Jackwn; ami 
married Alvin lewett. Address, Edgerton, Johnson Co., Ark. Their child- 
ren are — 

Marv Jewett, born Aug. 5, A. D. 1863. 

I^ocADO Jewett, born Feb. 5, A. D. 1S65. 

Orville Jewett, born Apr. 23, A. D. 1867 ; died Jan. 7, A. D. 1S69. 

Alva Jewett. born Jan. 17, A. D. 1870. 

Angieparalee Jewett. born Jan. 20, A. D. 1872. 

Ella Jewett, born Apr. 5, A. D. 1S75. Tlie mother descends from 
Thomas Lomax, of Danville, Ky. 

1835. MARY ANN SCHNEIDER, daughter of Sarah Lomax and iier 
husband, Wiley Schneider, was born in Pike Co., 111., Sept. 11, A. D. 1S35. 
and married William T. Hawkins. Address, Hull, III. 

1835. REV. JOHN LOMAX, M. A.. Vicar Cheelham Hill, Manchester, 
Eng. Rev. John Lomax, M. A., Oxford; deacon, 1857; priest. 1859; '^^^ 
Majesty's Inspector of Schools, and domestic Cha])lain totlie Earl of Latham. 
-Manchestei- (The Elms, Ciieelham Hill, Manchester). LiUle's JJvinQ ^i:f 
of Mar. 9, A- I). 18.S9, copied an article from an English periodical, written by 
J. Acton Lomax, the subject of wh4<h was, "Ens^lish and Anierican (iirls." In 
the New York //e'>a/fl', Nov. 3, A. I). 1890, the (ollf)wing notite appeared: 
"Lomax — Sherwood. On. Saturday, Nov, 1, 1S90, Allsaint's Day, at Trinity 
Church, Ne-vYork, by Rev. Joseph W. Hall, Carrie, youngest daughter of 




Gen. L. L Lomax. 

OlACKSBURn VA. 



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A. D. 1835. '83 

the late John Y. Sherwood, to John Acton Lomax, Esq.. eldest son ot Rev. 
John Loma.x. of the Elms, Cheetham HUl, Cheshire. England. And a Troy. 

N Y. paper published the following : . . . , 

••Miss Carrie Sherwood, whom many of our readers will, wuh pleasure. 

recall as having l.ved here a few years ago, was. on Saturday '---"-»• 
married to John Acton Lomax, eldest son of Rev John Lon.ax of The LIms. 
Cheshire, England." The ceremony was private, and look place at ten 
oclock. in Trinity Church, N. Y , the Rev. J. W. Hall of^.aat.ng. Mr. and 
Mr.s. Lomax sailed on the steamer -City of Para.- at one oclock p. m., tor 
Aspinwall, their objective point being Iquique, Chili, where Mr. Lomax goe^ 
in the interest of the Thompson-Houston Electric L.ghl Co. Many fr.enUs 
were at the steamer to see them off " 

N.,w, putting all the above items together. I figure out the follouMng con- 
clusions: First, that the Rev. John Lomax was born about A. D. 1^33, ana 
had a sou- 
John ACTON LOMAX, born about A. U. i860. And secondly that when 
he, the said John Acton Lomax, wrote the article on " English and Am^^.can 
girls," in A. D. 18S9. he had in his mind's eye the American gnl, rather than 
the English girl. 



i8^s JOHN HENRY LOMAX. born at New York, 1S35, died, Memphis 
Tenn., ,878, of yellow lever. Was self-taught. While yet a boy he emigrated 
to Cleveland, where he learned the carpenter's trade under a Mr. Steven 
advancing to the foremanship (this same Stevens subsequently ^smg his 
business, went to Mississippi ^^^ was in turn employed by J. H. L. as tore 
man) ; emigrated to Memphis. 1S5S. starting in the building and -on tract mg 
business, .neeting with considerable success; during the early part o. he 
Rebelhonw-as forced into the service of the Confederacy to superintend the 
construction of the rebel ram " Arkansas." under Commander Brown a 
northerner by birth, and imbued with aiui-slavery sentiments, he lelt the ser- 
vice of the Confederacy, although threatened with in^nt deaO. and m d 



his way DacK 10 iMtnipiuMi^ji.. i«^wv.v..v, ^.- ^ •, j„, 1,^ 

taken upon the approach of the Federal.s. To his business of builder he 
added that of architect, furnishing plans and specifications ior many private 
and public buildings in Tennessee and Missis.sippi. In 1867-8 he en^ged in 
the sawmill and lumber business near Memphis, was burned out. and suffered 
a considerable loss through this and an unprotitable building business. Re- 
moved to Friar's Point, Miss., 1S69 ; was census enumerator for Coahoma Co.. 
1870; and subsequently, 1872-3, was postmaster at Friars I o.nt, the while 
conducting a furniture store as well as a building and lumber business Emi- 
grated 1875, to Long Branch, N. J., but returned to Memphis, 1876. Was an 
ambitious and talented amateur actor, but was restrained from a career on 
the stage by reason of deafness. Upon removal to Mem,,his, 1876, re- 
commenced the business of carpenter and builder, which he continued to his 
death He invented an improvement in cotton harvester, and obtained letters 
paten't, dated Sept. 8. .874; built a machine. 1877, which was tried m the 
sime year, and this was so nearly a success that, in the opinion of experts, 



iS4 A. D. 1B36. 

few changes were reiiuired to perfect the invention ; death, however, brought 
this project to an untimely close. Married first, 1S54, in Cleveland, Ohio, 
Margaret Greene, daujrhter of Edward Greene-Mahon, Esq., of Sniigville 
Manor, near Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland ; married second, in Memphis, Eliza 
beth Ann Rtll. of New York, 1S61. His issue by first marriage were: Charles 
Henry. William I'dward ; by second marriage, J:)hn Henry, Anna Dod^on, 
Dodson Mitchell, Margaret, Mary Elizabeth. 

'^35- JOHN \V. LOMAX, son of Ann Horner and her husband Thomas 
Loma.x, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., about A. D. 1S35. Address, Pocaiion- 
tas. Ark. He ilescends from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came 
from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1836. FRANCES M. LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth and Theophilus 
Lomax, was born in Montgomery Co., Mo., Jan. 2, A. D. 1S36, and died at 
childbirth, near Rockport, 111., Dec. 25, A. D. 1856. She left no living issue. 
Her husband was James De Moine, who had been the husband of her sister 
Jane. 

1836. This year, 1836, the Democrats nominated Martin Van Buren for 
President, and Richard M. Johnson for Vice-President. During the passed 
four years the Anti-Democrats again changed their name, this time from 
"National Republicans" to "Whigs." But they did not agree on one Presi- 
dential candidate. They voted for William H. Harrison, Hugli L. White and 
Daniel Webster. The result of the November election was, Van Ruren 170 
electoral votes, Harrison 73, White 26, Webster none, and John C. Calhoun 
had the 11 votes of South Carolina, cast for Mr. Mangum, who was not a 
candidate. 

1S36. MARY JANE CHARLES, daughter of Margaret H. Brown and 
her husband William Charles, was born in Orange Co., Ind., Sept. 22, A. D. 
1836, 7th William IV., and 4ih year I2lh Presidential term, Jackson; and mar- 
ried Dr. Nicholas Smith, Feb. 12, A. D. 1857, in Martin Co., Ind. He was 
born Feb. 12, A. D. 1828, and died June 12, A. D. 1869. Their children are— 

Maktha Emmogene Smith, born Dec. 7, A. D. 1857. 

Daniel LeRoy Smith, born March 25, A. D. i860. 

William Wh.ijek S.mith, born Ian. 31, A. D. 1863; died Sept. 12, A 1>. 
1864. 

Charles Welton Smith, born April 20, A.D. 1866; died July 14, A. P. 
1866, 

Ora Elizabeth Smith, born April 18, A.D. 186S; died June 12, .\. D- 
186S. 

Delos Von PjKOCKIN S.mith. The first four were born in Martin Co , 
Ind., so was the last, and the fifth was born in Johnson Co., Ind. Dr. Smit'i 
was a Methodist and a "Republican." He was a gentleman wiio helil an 
honorable place in the tstimation of those who knew him. His witlow is now 
drawing a pension from the General Government as a widow of Lieut 
NiclKflas Smith, who was a member of the 17th Regt., Ind. \'ols. She de- 
scends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Kockingliani 
Co., N. C. 



A. D. 1837. 1S5 

1S36. WELLINGTON LOMAX, son of Nancy Vates Davis and her 
husband Hon. Ouintin Luniax, was born in Oranj^t; Co., Ind., Mar. 11, A. D. 
1836. Address, Voting's Creek, Ind. He married Nancy Trimble, Nov. 2, 
A. D. 1862. Their children are 

Elzora Lomax, born Nov. 26, A. D. 1S63. 

Ethel AsAHEL Lomax, born jure 20, A. D. 1S65; died Oct. 12, A. D. 7SS4. 
^ Amanda Edith Lomax. born April 8. A D. 1S67; died Nov. 9, A. D. 1SS5. 
^\ Mary Matilda Lomax, born Nov. 30, A. D 1869. 

^ John Trimble Lomax, born Jan. 7, A. D. 1872. I . / . 

Susannah Lomax, born Sept. 4, A. D 1873. 
Jonathan Otto Lomax, born Sept. i, A. D. 1875. 
QuiNTiN Edison Lomax. born May 15. A. D. 1S78. 
Lucy Evelin Lomax. born Apr. 21, A. D. 1880. 

Charles Grover Lomax. born June 30, A. D. 1SS6. The father and 
children descend from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rock- 
ingham Co., N. C. 

1836. RHODA JANE POOL, daughter of Temperance G. Lomax and 
her husband, John Pool, was born in Warren Co , Ky., May 28, A. D. 1S36, 
and married Robert Karr, in Oct . A. D. 1851. She died Jan. 14. A. D. 1879- 
/L He was born at Defiance, Ohio, in A. D. 1823, and died at Abingdon, 111, May 
I A. D. 1891. Address, Abingdon, 111: Both were Methodists, and he was a 
Democrat. Their children are eleven in number. She descends from Thomas 
Lomax, of Ky. 

1836. NANCY S. LOMAX, daughter of Anna Sh.nnk and her husband, 
Capt. John Lomax, was born in Preble Co., Ohio. Aug. 13- A. D. 1S36. She 
5 married William Roberts, and died Dec.i, A. D. 185S. She descends from 
Thomas Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Sevier Co., Tenn. 

1836. ANNE MARLA LEWIS, daughter of Anne Maria and Samuel 
Kant Lewis, was born about A. D. 1836, and married Morris Smith, Esq. 
Address, Washington, D. C She descends from John Loma.K, who settled 
at Port Tobago, Va. 

18:56 ANN E. HAUGHEV. daughter of Eliza Lomax and her husband, 
James Haughey, was born in the State of Ohio, about A. D. 1S36, and married 
James Richey. They reside in Hamilton Co., Ind. She descends from Wil- 
liam Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1836. THOMAS Ll'NSFORD LOMAX, son ol Margaret R. Stuart and 
: / her husband, Thomas Lunsford Lomax, was born about A. D. 1S36, and mar- 
ried Olivia . Their children are— 

Stuakt Lunsford Lomax, born about A. I). 1868. 

Meta E. Lomax, born about A. 1). 1870. The lather descends from John 
Lomax, the Englishman who settled at Port Tobago, Va. He is engaged m^ 
the mercantile business. He was severely wounded in the "Confederate" 
army, but recovered. .Address. Richmond, Va. 

1S37. On Mar. 4, A. D. 1837, Martin Van Huren commenced administer- 
ing the 13th Presidential Term. 



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iS6 A. D. 1S37. 

1837. DR. DAVID A. ARMFIELD, son of Thankful Short and her hns- 
band, Hamilton Armtield, was born Apr. 7, A. D. 1S37, 8lh William IV., and 
1st year 13th Presidential Term, Van Buren. He married' Delphina Sapp, 
May iS, A. D. 1876. Their children are— 

Eugene Sapp Armfield, born A11.1;. 4,A. D. 1877. 

Vera May Armfield, born Dec. 16, A. D. 187S. 

Carl E.mmet Armfield, born July'13, A. D.n88o. 

Earl Vincent Armfield, born Aug. 15, A. D. 1882. Doctor Armtield 
resides at Jamestow, (liiilford Co., N. C, where he is an active practitioner in 
his profession. He served as surgeon in the " Confederate" army. In addi- 
tion to his large practice, he is in tiie mercantile business, and is largely 
interested in the Oakdale Cotton Factory— all which indicates that he is a 
public spirited and active citizen. He descends from William Lcmax, the 
Englisiiman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1837. SUSAN SCHNEIDER, daughter of Sarah Lomax and her hus- 
band, Wiley Schneider, was born June 13, A. D. 1837, and died Dec. 11, A. D. 
1864. Address, Rockport, 111. She married Henry Waide, who was born 
Feb. 4, A. D. iSio. Their children are— 

Barney Waide, born Mar. 4, A.. D. 1861 ; died Sept. 9, A. D. 1S64. 

Sarah Waide, born Dec. 24, A. D. 1S63 ; died Aug. 3, A. D. 1S65. She 
descends from Theophihis Lomax, the Englishman who came from Tenn. to 
HI. 

1837. On June 20, A. D. 1837, William IV. died and Victoria became 
Queen of Eng. 

1837. WILLIAM LOMAX GRAVES, son of Harriet E. Lomax and her 
husband, Rev. Thomas P. Graves, wasbornjuly 19, A. D. iS37 — ist Victoria— 
and married Laura Pliillips, Dec. iq, A. D. 1872. Their children are— 

^IATTIE E. Graves, born Dec. 15, A. D. 1874; died Aug. 15, A. D. 1S75. 
/■f*^ Laura Graves, born Feb. r, A. D. 1877 ; died Jan. 25, A. D. 1S87. 
<) Emma Graves, born Feb, 8, A. D. 1880, 

Kate Graves, born March 8, 1882; died July 14, A. D. 1884. 
William L. Graves, born Nov. 14, A. D. 1885. Family address, 1047 
Pearl St.. Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. Graves is a Presbyterian, banker and 
Democrat. He descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled 
in Rockingham Co , N. C. 

1837. NANCY ANN ELIZA KELLER, daughter of Nancy Lomax and 
her husband David Keller, was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, July 22, A. H- 
1837, and married Henry William Wilson. Their children are — 

David Henry Wilson, born about A. D. 1857. 

Julia Matilda Wilson, " " " 1859. 

John Wesley Wilson, " " " 1861. 

Nancy Susan Wilson, " '* " 1863. 

Hugh Wilson. " " " 1865. 



A. D. 1837. 187 

Samuel Wilson, born about A. D. 1867. 

Pearl Elizabeth Wilson," " " 1869. 

William Horace Wilson," " " 1871. 

Anna Wilson, " " " 1873. 

Ali'Heus Keller Wilson, " " " 1875. Family address. Lake 

City, Fla. The mother descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who 
settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. * 

1837. HORNER LOMAX CUDE, son of Temperance Lomax and her 
husband Horner Cude, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., Aug. 15, A. D. 1837, 
and was brutally murdered by "Fedeials," March 14, A. D. 1865, after he had 
returned home from the "Confederate" service. He married Elizabeth Jane 
Harrington, July 3, A. D. 1856. Their children are — 
) John William Cude, born Aug. 23, A. D. 1857. 

Sallie Catherine Cude, born Oct. 12, A. D. 1859. 

Nancy Jane Cude, born .March 2, A. D. 1862. 

Horner Victoria Cude, born Aug. i, A. D. 1865. Family address, 
Doniphan, Mo. All the children were born near Beardstown, Tenn. The 
father descends from Samuel Lomax, the Engli.shman, who came from 
Georgia to Tennessee. 

1837. JOHN LOMAX, sonofPhebe Huffstedler and her husband John 
Lomax, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., Sept. 6, A. D. 1837. Address, Mouse- 
tail, Tenn. He married Elizabeth Horner in A. D. 1857. Their children are— 

John R. Lomax, born May 25, A. D. 1859. 

William Andrew Lomax, born March 4, A. D. 1861. 
^ John T. Lomax, born March 5, A. D. 1863. 
■^f. Joseph Wilburn Lomax, born May 19, A. D. 1865. 

Jesse Horner Lomax, born Sept. 13, A. D. 1867. ,. 

Pleasant Cornelius Lomax, born Aug. 30, A. D. 1875. The children 
were born in Perry Co., Tenn. The father descends from Samuel Lomax, the 
Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1837. GEORGE ARCHIBALD DOUGLASS, son of Matilda D. Lomax 
and Thomas J. Douglass, was born in Al)beville Co., S. C, Oct. 30, A. D. 1837, 
and married Elizabeth C. Wilson, Sept. 23, A. D. 1S63. She died May 2 
A. D. 1883, and was born Feb. 12, A. D. 1843. Their children are— 

Sadie Lucy Douglass, born May 14. A. D. 1866. 

Mary Louisa Dou(;lass, born Feb. 27, A. D. 1S68. 

Thomas Douglass, born A. D. 1869; died, A. D. 1S69. 

Stella Douglass, born Dec. 3, A. D. 1870. 

George Caldwell Douglass, born Dec. 12, A. D. 1S72. 

Wade Hamiton Douglass, born May 30, A. D. 1876. 

Elssie Dilworth Doigi.ass, botn July 14, A. D. 1S78. 

Harvey Archibald Doiglass, born Nov. 15, A, D. 1S80. After the 
mother's death the father married Maggie E. Lyon, Dec. 21, A. D. 1885. The 
children were born in Abbeville Co, Address, Abbeville S. C. Mr. Douglass 



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is a promine«t merchant, and served in ll.e "Confederate" army from the 
first to the final surrender. He descends from WilHam Lomax, the Enghsh- 
man, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

iS- I \SPFR FWING LOMAX, son of Mary Howard and her husband 
William Taylor Lomax, was born in Warren Co., Ky., Nov. 13. '\,^^/^37, 
and died in Knox Co . III. He descends from Thomas Lomax ot Kentucky. 
iS.- THO^L^S LOMAX, son of Mary Ann Davis and her husband 
John Lomax was born about A. D. ,837. and married Melissa SmUh. He 
died in Cooper Co , Mo. 

iS^- C\THFRINE WADDELL, daughter of Cornelia and Dr. Alex- 
ander Waddell. was born about A. D. .837. and married George May son of 
Dr May of Petersburg, Va. Address, WuKhester, Va. She descends from 
John Lomax, the Englishman who settled at Port Tobago, Va. 

,S.7 NAOMA WILBURN, daughter of John Wilburn. was born in 
Perry Co.. Tenn., about A. D. 1837. She married E. H. Shepard. The.r 

children are— 

loHN Shepard, born about A. D. 1S59 

Sallie Shepard, " " ''_ '•^^'• 

Baker Shepard, '• " " '^^3- 

Thomas Shepard, " " ''^ 'S65 

Don Shepard. " " '^ '^^7- 

Wilson Shepard, " " '' 1869. 

Ten^.'^'rhe m'othrr'^and children descend from Samuel Lomax, the English- 
man who came from Ga. to Tenn. 

,8^7 ANN EI IZA KNOX, daughter of Elizabeth Lomax and her hus- 
band. Elisha Knox, was born about A. D. ,837. and married .S. Galhher. 
Address. Chicago, III. The wife descends from W ilham Lomax, t,.e Englisli- 
man who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1838 1 ANISKA LOMAX, son of Nancy Yates Davis and her husband, 
Hon Quintin Lomax, was born Jan. 22. A.D. ,838, and married Mary H. Mor- 
ris, in Paoli, Ind., Sept. 12, A. D. 1861. Their children are- 

Herbert Herschel Lo.max. born Sept. 10, A. D. ib66; died Jan. 19. 

"^^ * I orI^na Alice Lomax, born Sept. 30, A- D. 186S; died Oct. 9. -'^- I^- 
,860 ' The lather's birth was in the ist year of the 13th Presidential xerm, 
yal'h'ur.n. Address. Escondido, Cal. Mr. Lomax was in the Union army 
three years, did a large amount of travJliug. was in thirteen regular battles. 
and under fire as many as ,35 days. He thinks l,e •' saw the Hephantdance^ 
and that a soldier s life is a hard life to live. H.s Christian name was gue 
h?m by his father, naming h.m after Count Lauiska of Pok.nd. He descend, 
from William Lomax. the Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. L. 
,838 NANCY ANNA STUDY, .laughter of Sarah Lomax and her hus- 
|K band Henry Study, was born in Green Township, Wayne Co., Ind., March 4, 



10U9. 

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A. D. 1838. 189 

A. D. 1S3S, ist Victoria, and 2d year I3tli Presidential term, Van Buren; and 
married William M. Locke, Jan. 13, A. D. 1861. Their children are— 

Anna Marv Locke, born Sept 26, A. D. 1862. 

William Henrv Lockk, born Oct. 31, A. D. 1872 ; died Sept. 9, A.I). 
1875. Mr. Locke was a first Lieutenant in tlie Uniqji army, and is a " Re[)ul)- 
lican." The mother descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who 
settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. Address, 1005 N. Illinois Street, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 

1838. BENJAMIN POOL, son of Temperance Lomax and her husband 
John Pool, was born in Warren Co., Ky., May 8, A. D. 1838, and married 
Caroline Butterfield at Princeton, Bureau Co., 111., June 15, A. D. i860. She 
was born in Ohio. Mr. Pool is a Democrat, and descends from Thomas Lo- 
max of Danville, Ky. Address, Abingdon, III. 

1838. RACHEL MARIA CHARLES, daughter of Margaret Helen 
Brown and her husband William Charles, was born in Orange Co., Ind,, June 
10, A. D. 1838, and married James Harrison, Dec. 13, A. D. 1855, in Washing- 
, ton Co., Ind. Their children are — 
►^ Hester Ann Harrison, born Sept. :o, A. D. 1856. 

John Thomas Harrison, born Jan. 2, A. D. 1859; died Sept. 29, A. D. 
1886. 

Mary E. Harrison, born Mar. 25, A. D. 1861 ; died Oct. ir, A. D. 1866. 

James W. Harrison, born July 5, A. D. 1863. 

Isaac Plummer Harrison, born Apr. 19, A. D. 1866. These children 
were bo n in Martin Co., Ind. 

Margaret Helen Harrison, born May 7, A. D. 1877, in Carroll Co., 
Mo. The mother descends Irom William Lomax, the Englishman, who set- 
tled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1838. M. A. SHORT, son of Hannah H. and Alfred Short, was born May 
6, A. D. 183S. He was married Jan. 23, A. D. 1873, but has no children 
Address, Greensboro, N. C. He descends from William Lomax, tlie English- 
man who settled in Rockingiiam Co., N. C. 

1838. MALINDAJ. LOMAX, daughter of Anna Shank and her husband, 
Capt. John Lomax, was born Oct. 18, A. D 1S38, 2d Victoria, and 2d year 13th 
C^ Presidential Teim, F/zw .^«^(?m; and married James C. Caruthers. She des- 
cends from Thomas Lomax, the Englishman who came to Tenn. 

1838. MARY LOMAX, daughter of Thomas Lomax, ofWestfield House, 
near Preston, Eng., and his wife, Mary P'rances Saunders, daughter of Rev. 
Charles Saunders, was born in A. D. 1838, and married William Francis 
Segar, Esq., of Middle Temple, Barrister at Law, in A. D. 185S. She died in 
A. D. 1877. Their daughter is— 

Helen Mary Martina Segar, born Aug. 27, A. D. 1859. 

1838. VIRGINIA ANN LOMAX, daughter of Malinda Scott and her 
husband, Osmond Lomax, was born about A. D. 183S. She married Joseph 
Frost. 



I90 A. D. 1839. 

1839. MARIA E. ARMFIELD, daughter 01 Thankful Short and her hus- 
band, Hamilton Armfield, was born Aug. 2, A. D. 1S39, 3d Victoria, and ^^d 
year 13th Presidential Term, yan Buren. She married Hugh S. Little, Jan. 
15, A. D. 1S65. Both of tiieir two children died young. Address, West- 
minster, N. C. She descer^s from William Lomax, the Englishman who 
settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1839. ABEL LOMAX STUDY, ESQ , son of Sarah Lomax and her hus- 
band, Henry Study, was born in Wayne Co., Ind., Sept. 4, A. D. 1839, and 
married Mary Alice Hittle, Dec. 16, A. D. 1869. Tlieir children are— 

Robert Loma.x Study, born Jan. 22, A. D. 1877. 

Herbert Guy 5^udy, born Nov. 29, A. D. 1S80. Mr. Study is a success- 
ful attorney and counsellor at law, in Richmond, Ind. He descends from 
William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1839. THOMAS DILWORTH DOUGLASS, son of Matilda Dilworth 
Lomax and herlujsband, Thomas J. Douglass, was born in Abbeville District, 
S. C , Sept. 8, A. D. 1839, and died in the " Confederate " army in A. D. 1863. 
He married Nancy Lyon in A. D. 1861, Their children are— 

Matilda Douglass, born about A. D. 1862. 

Mary Douglass, " " " 1862. The children were twins 

and died in infancy. The father descends from William Lomax, the English- 
man, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1839. JOHN SCHNEIDER, son of Sarah Lomax and her husband, 
Willy Schneider, was born Sept. 8, A. D. 1839, and married Melvina Baker. 
Address, Kinderhook, III. He descends from Theophiius Lomax, the Eng- 
lishman, who came from Tennessee to Illinois. 

1839. MARY KATHERINE LOMAX, daughter of Harriet and James 
Dillard Lomax, was born in Habbersham Co., Ga., Sept. 11, A. D. 1839, ^^'^ 
died Apr. 25, A. D. iSSi. She married A. C. Gailey, her second cousin, Oct. 
13, A. D. 1854. Their children are — 

Harriet Virginia Gailey. born about A. D. 1855; died in infancy. 

LuciNDA MissouRiE Gailev, born about A. D. 1855; died in infancy. 

John Fillmore Gailey, born Feb. 26, A. D. 1856. Address, Lulu 
Junction, Hall Co., Ga. The mother descends from William Lomax, the 
Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1839. WILLIAM HARVEY LOMAX. son of Elizabeth and William 
Lomax, was born in Tennessee, 'Nov. 9, A. D. 1839. He married Clementine 
Dalton, Aug. 5, A. D. i860. Address. xMcEwen, Tenn. Their children are— 

DociA Lomax, born Nov. 16, A. D. i85i. 

Lorena Lomax, born Apr. 15, A. D. 1S64. 

William Lomax, born May 7, A. D. 1868. 

Sarah Lomax, born March 18, A. D. 1870. The wife died Apr. 13, A D. 
1B70, and the father married Sarah Dalton, who was born May 8, A. D, 1849 
Their children are — 

Emma Jane Lomax, born Jan. i, A. D. 1872. 



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Clora Uklle Lomax, born June 22, A. I). 1875. 

Thomas Wvatt Lomax, born Sept. 15, A. D. 1877- ^ , . ^ 

JOHN HARHOKO LoMAX. bom Jan. i. A. D. .884. The father - y-n.ev. 
and was a soldier in the "Confederate " army, and was wounded m battle. 
He descends from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Georgia 
to Tennessee. 

,839. SEMANTHA KNOX, daughter of Elizabeth Loniax and her hus- 
band Elisha Knox, was born about A. D. J839 and marned E. ^'^''^^- J'^ 
descends from WUliam Lomax. the Englishman, who settled m Rock.ngham 

"""1839. ' NANCY WILBURN. daughter of John Wilburn. was born in Perry 
Co.. Tenn.. about A. D. .839 and marr.ed W.lliam Edwards ol Beardsto.n, 
Teni). Their children are— 

Thomas Edwards, born about A. D. 1859- 

William Edwards. " " " i^^i. 

Lee Edwards. " " " ^^^3 

Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Georgia to lennessee. 

,840. MARGARET MATILDA GAILEY.daughter of Nancy and James 
Gailey wasbornin Habbersham Co.. Ga.. Feb. 25, A. D. 1840; ^'^ "^-2 
N. Thomas in Craighead Co.. Ark , Aug. 25, A. D. 1855. Address. Granby. 

Mo. Her children are— .. , », ad iS=;q 

loHN Henry Thomas, born July 2. A. D. .856; died May 15, A. D. 1859- 
Andrew Jackson Thomas, horn July 22, A. D. 1858- 
Chapel Thomas, born Sept. 12, A. D. 1861. 

William Clemon Thomas, born Feb. 3, A. D. 1869. ^^,„^,:^,. m 

SARAHELENTHOMAS,bornJan.i7,A. D. 1871 ; married Cornelius M, 

""Tleasant Lulv THOMAS, born May 9. A. D- 1874. The mother descends 



from William Lomax, the Englishman who settled in Rocku.gham Co.. m the 

"^^TL^'yea'-the Democrats ran Martin Van -Buren ^or ^-ident 

and Col. Richard M.Johnson for Vice President ; and ^'^ fj^'f ^./^^^ 

Gen. William H. Harrison and John Tyler for said offices ^ ^ ^^^^^^'^ 

nown as the " Hard-cider and log-cabin campaign on the part ol tne 

wUgs." The result of the election was : Harrison 224 electoral votes^nd 

. "*' , ..:.,.„ .u„.„ e^.ith r-nrolina voted II for L. W. Caswell, 



Van Buren 60 ; besides these, South Carolina voted 

°^ ""'840. ABEL LOMAX, son of Nancy Y. and Hon. Quintin Lomax was 
horn in Orange Co , Ind.. Apr. 17. A. D. 1840, 3d V-ctona. and 4^^^ ^ > 
,r r, . — A A\c.r\ \^pr o'i A. D. iS/Q- He niarrieci 



r PresidentialTerm. /'.r«^'^^^«/ anddiedDec.25, A. D. .S79 

: Tamar White. Sept. .0. A. D.1861. She died Av.g. 17, A. D. 18,,. Their 

'''"RuPrFLENK LOMAX. born Aug. i, A. D. .862, and died at Monn<l City, 
Kansas, May 15, A. D. 1S82. r. / / 



192 



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William Absalom Lomax, born Feb. 19, A. D. 1864. 
Marv Elen Lomax born about A. D. 1866; died quite young. 
Nancv Matilda Lomax, born May iS, A. D. 1S67. - - 
OiiNTiN Wentworth Lomax, born May 18, A. D. 1S67. 
Hannah Gene Lomax, born Oct. 9, A. D 1869; di^;' Inly 8, A. 
SvLLivAN Lomax, born Aug. 21, A. D. 187/. - 
Asahel Lomax, born Aug. 11, A. D. 1S74. 
Ezra Lomax, born Aug. 1 1, A. D. 1S74. - "^ ^ 

Essex Lomax. born Sept. 28, A. D. 1876. /-/The mother died and the 
• father married lennie Apple, and their child is— /f/f 

. ,^^ f-. HFRnKRT Herschel Lomax. born Dec. 27, A. D. 187^ The father de- 
scend, from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 
Co in the Colony of North Carolina. The daughter Hannah G., lived with 
uncle Laniska Lomax, in Mitchell, Ind., who had given her a good education 
and she was a bright young lady. He and his wife moved with her, the lat- 
ter part of March, A, D. 1891, to Escondido, San Diego Co., Cal., hoping to 
improve her health. But her lung disease caused her death, July 8, and July 
10 she was buried at that place in Oak Hill Cemetery. 

1840 FRED M J. POOL, son of Temperance G. Lomax and her hus- 
., band John Fool, was born in Warren Co., Ky., April 18, A. D. 1840, and mar- 
•■^ ried Mrs. Helen L. Cross, Nov. 7. A. D. 1869. Mr. Pool is a Demc^crat. Ad- 
dress, Fremont, Dodge Co., Neb, 

1840. THOMAS LE ROY CHARLES, son of Margaret Helen Brown 

and her husband William Charles, was born April 22, A. D. 1840, in Orange 

■' Co., Ind , and married Ann Sides. June 23, A. D. 1868, in Martin Co., Ind. 

P Their children are— 
Etta Charles, born Aug. 27, A. D. 1871, in Martin Co., Ind. 
** Daniel Le Rov Charles, born Dec. 4. A. D. 1874. i" M'^rtin Co., Ind. 

Glide Charles, born March 28, A. D. 1878; died April 10, A. D. i87>S. 
Clarence Charles, born March 28, A. D. 1878; died May i, A. D. 1878. 
Benjamin Eustus Charles, born Feb. 8, A. D. 1881. 
Lily Charles, born Dec. 14, A. D. 18S3. The last four were born in 
Carroll Co., Mo. Address, Van Horn, Carroll Co., Mo. The father was in 
the i7lh Regt. Inft. Vols. He descends from William Lomax, the English- 
man, who settled in Rockingham Co., in the Colony of North Carolina. 

1840. NATHAN L. LOMAX, son of Mary Howard and her husband 
William Taylor Lomax, was born in Warren County, 111., May 5, A. D. iSj"' 
\ y and married Mary King. Address, Bedford. Iowa. No children were born 
to this union. 

1S40. MARV EMMALINE DAVIS, daughter of Sarah Caroline Brown 
and her husband Thomas H. Davis, was born July 24. A. D. 1S40. in Orangt- 
Co., Ind.. 4th Victoria, and 4th year 13th Presidential term. Van Butcri; an., 
married Wilson Charles, Feb. 24. A. D. 1859, in Martin County, Ind. Address. 
West Baden, Ind. Their children are— 

Marv Elizabi:tu Charles, born Feb. 19, A. D. 1861 



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John Azor Charles, born May 7, A D. 1S64; died Mar. 25, A. D. 1S74. 

Samuel Joseph Charles, born Sept. 19, A. I). 1S66; died July, 
A. D. 1 868. 

William Thomas Charles, born June 23, A. D. 1S69. 

Edward Wilson Charles, born Jan. 12, A. 1). 1874. All the children 
were born in Orange County, liid. The mother descends from William 
Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Coutily, in the Colony 
of North Carolina. 

1840. MARTHA ELIZABETH LOMAX, daughter of Mary and James 
A. Lomax, was born in Laurens Co., S. C, in Aug., A. D. 1840, and died in 
Texas, Oct. 3, A. D. 1869. She married Rufus Mitciiell in Aug. A. D. 1864. 
Their children are — 

James Mitchell, born Aug., A. D. 1867. 

Jeaney Mitchell, born Oct., A. D. 1869. Both born in Texas. The 
mother died in Red River Co., Tex. Children's address, Charleston, Ark. 
The mother descends Irom William Lomax, the PZnglishman, who settled in 
Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1840. ELLEN PP:ML0TT LOMAX, daughter of Louisa and Louis 
Pemlott Lomax, was born in Holmes County, Miss., Nov. 17, A. D. 1840, and 
married La Fayette Bingham in Paulding County, Miss., Jan. 6, A. D. 1858. 
He was born Aug. 28, A. D. 1834, and died in Columbus, Miss., July 9, A. D. 
1862. Their children are — 

Thomas Louis Bingham, born Dec. 9, A. 1). 1858. Address, 39 South 
Court Street, Memphis, Tenn. He is an employee ot the L., N. O. & T. R"y. 

Alice Louisa Bingham, born Sept. 28, A. D. 1S60; died Aug. i, A. D. 
1881. The mother married William Henry Bouner, in Garlandsville, Miss., 
Dec. 24, A. D. 1873. He was born Sept. 4, A. D. 1829, and died at that place, 
March 21, A. D. 1877. No children were born to this union. The mother 
married James Lanier Hardy, Sen., June i, A. D. 1S80. He was born Jan. 15, 
A. D. 1827. Their children are — 

Benjamin Lomax Hardy, born June 20, A. D. 1881. 

Silas Gambrell Hardy, born Aug. 22, A. I). 1885. The mother descends 
rem William Loma.x, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co.. in the 
Colony of North Carolina. 

I840. REV. ALFRED LOMAX, .son ot Amelia and Dr. John Brown Lo- 
max, was born in Orange Co., Ind., Nov. 20, A. D. 1840, and married Miss 
Mary A. Gobble, March 8, A. D. 1866. Their children are — 

John Henry Lomax, born Dec. 14, A. D. 1866. •'^ "" , ' ' ' 

Rilla Ann Lomax, born Get. 30, A. D. 1868. 

Robert Lee Lomax, born Oct. 3, A. D. 1870. 

William Alexander Lomax, born April 25, A. D. 1873, ^'^d April 23, 
A. D. 1S89. 

Cornelius Emekv Lo.max, born Dec. 6, A. D. 1875. 

Paulina Emily Lomax, born Dec. 6, A. D. 1875. 

Polly Lomax, born Nov. 21, A. D. 1877. 



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194 A. 1). 1S41. 

Alfred Otto Lomax, born Aug. 16, A. D. 1881. 

Dennis Wmitcomu Lomax, born Dec. 29, A. D. 18S4. The head of this 
family is a minister in the " Church of Ciirist." and lias been preaching the 
last fifteen years. He has great success for his denomination in conducting 
" revival meetings." He served three years and thirteen days m the Union 
Army during the Soutliern Rebellion. He descends from William Lomax, 
the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., in the Colony of North Car- 
olina. 

1S41. NLARTHA EMELINE ED.MUNDS, daughter of Mary Ann Lomax 
and her husband |ohn Mariot Edmunds, was born in Lincoln Co., Mo., about 
A. D. 1841, and married Geo. W. Roberts in Dec, A. 1). 1S67, in Pike Co , 111., 
and died near Van Buren, Ark., Jan. i, A. D. 1884. Their children are— ^ 

Lubbetty Roberts, born about A. D. 1868. 

RoANNA Roberts, " " " 1869. 

George Leonard Roberts, " " " 1872. Address, Biitton, 

Ark. Tlie mother descends from Theophilus Lomax, the Englishman, who 
came from Tennessee to Illinois. 

1841. DR. WILLIAM MONTGOMERY LOMAX, son of Anna Shank 
and her husband. Capt. John Lomax, was born in Brown Co . 111., Jan. 2, A. D. 
1S41. Address, Boomer, Linn Co., Mo. He married Mary E. Welsh, July 3, 
A. D. 1867. Their children are — 

Ft.ORANA Estella Lomax, born Apr. 9, A. D. 1869. 

John Celsus Lomax, born Mar. 6, A. D. 1870. 

Leon Welsh Lomax, born .Sept 15, A. D. 1871. 

William Asbo'ry Lomax, born Feb. 25, A. D. 1S73; f''c<^ Sept. 23, A. D. 
1881. 

James Eugene Lomax, born July 7, A. D. 1874; died July 31, A. D. 1875. 

Rutherford Le Rov Lomax, born Aug. 4, A. D. 1876; died Feb. 15, 
A. D. 1888. 

Charles Ernest Lomax, born Aug. 22, A. D. 1879. 

Anna Blanche Lomax, born -Jan. 25, A. D. 1883. The first and tliird 
were born in Linn Co., Mo., and the others in Chariton Co., Mo. 

Dr. Loma.x was educated at Cherry Grove Seminary, Knox Co., III. He 
crossed the plains to California, in A. D. 1861, where he was engaged in mer- 
chandising and mining about three years. He returned and enlisted in the 
Union army, being Hospital Steward in the same Regt. as his father. During 
his hospital service he read medicine, and after the war he took lectures in 
the St. Louis Medical College, and engaged in practice for a time. Now he 
is a farmer, fine stock raiser and fruitgrower. He lives in Chariton Co., near 
Boomer p. o., where he has a handsome residence and a farm of 160 acres. 
Thomas Lomax, the ICnglisliman, who lost his life in the army, in Floiida, is 
his grandfather. 

1841. NEWTON I'. SHORT, son of Ablina and Albert G. Short, was 
born in Guilford Co., N. C, Feb. 5, A. D. 1S41. Address, Mt. Airy, Surry Co., 



A. D. 1841. 195 

N. C. He married Ann E. Hines, Nov. 12, A. D. 1867. She was born Apr. 
15, A. D. 1841. Their cliilclren are — 

Robert A. Short, born Sept, 2, A. I) i858. 

Susan A. Short, born May 18, A. D. 1870. 

Mary K. Short, bom Sept. 3, A. D. 1S72. 

Alfred M. Short, born Feb. 26, A. D. 1875. 

Ann K. Short, born Dec. 17, A. D. 1876. 

Ahby L. Short, born Aup^. 29, A. D. 1S78. 

William N. Short, born Oct. 5, A. D. 1880. The children were born in 
Surry Co.. N. C. Their father descends from William Lomax, the Englisli- 
man who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

I84I. On Mar. 4. A. D. 1S41, William Henry Harrison commenced ad- 
ministering the 14th Presidential Term ; and on the 4th of tlie ensuing April 
he died. 

1841. On Apr. 6, A. D. 1841, John Tyler, the Vice President, took up tiie 
administration of the residue of the 14th Presidential Term. 

1841. THEOPHILUS SCHNEIDER, son ofSarah Lomax and her hus- 
band, Wiley Schneider, wasborn Apr. 26, A. D. 1841, 4th Victoria, and ist 
year 14th Presidential Term, H'. H. Harrison; and married Loisa Keith. 
She was born Mar. 2, A. D. 1838. Address, Rockport, 111. Their children 
are— 
£y^ K.\RBARA A. Schneider, born Jan. 9, A. D. 1862. . 

y Henry Schneider, born Apr. 3, A. D. 1866 ; died Feb. 6, A. D. 1889. 

John Schneider, born Aug. 7, A. D. 1869. 

William Schneider, born Feb. 9, A. D. 1874. The father descends from 
Theophilus Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Tenn. to 111. 

1841. JOSIAH LOMAX, son of Elizabeth and William Lomax, was 
born in Humphreys Co., Tenn, June 10, A D. 1841, and died in Houston Co., 
Tenn, Apr. 19. A. D. 18S7. He married Sarah Ann Elizabeth Moore, Nov. 
18, A. D. 1863. Their children are— 

William Alexander Lomax, born Aug. i8, A. D. 1864; married L. A. 
Turner. 

Thomas Wesley Lomax, born June i, A. D. 1869. 
O Claybourn Moore Lomax, born Apr. 24, A. D. 1871. 

^ Joseph Henkv Lomax, born Sept 9, A. D. 1S73. 

Ular Margaret Lomax, horn Apr. 9, A. D. 1875. 

Charles Leonard Lomax, born June 24, A. D. 1877. 

John Edward Lomax, born June 4, A. D. 1879; died Mar 4. A. D. 1S82. 
All the chilciren were born in Houston Co., Tenn. The father was a soldier 
in the rebel army, and marched tiirough Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi. 
He was in the last figiU at Fort DonaUlson. He lost his health by measles, 
which left his lungs in bad condition. He was a " Methodist class-leader " 
several years, his family ijclonging to that denomination. In occupation he 
was a farmer. Address, Erin, Houston Co., TeniL He descends (rom Sam- 
uel Lomax, the Englishman who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 



lyG A. D. 1S42. 

1541. MARTHA EDWARDS, dau-hlcr of Mary and Rev. John A. 
Edwards, was born at Beard.-.town. Tenn., aln)ut A. 1"). 1S41, and married 

^ R. C. Murray. Their children are — 

John Mikkav, born about A. D. 1S63. 

Etta Mikkav, born about A. D. 1S65. Tiie motiier descends from Sam- 
uel Lomax. the Knglisliman who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

KS41. LN'DIA M. KN'OX. daughter of Elizabetli Lomax and her hus- 
band. Ehslia Knox, was born about A. D. 1841, and married Henry Young, 
who is in a railroad office at .Altoon, Dikota. The mother descends from 
William I.omax, the Englisimian who settled in Rockingham Co.. in the 
i Colony of North Carolina. 

' 1S41. M.A.RV GRAVES, daughter of Hariet Lomax and her husband 

Dr. Thomas Graves, was born in Alabama, about A. D. 1841, and married 
Dr. J. C. Lee and resitles in Montgomery, Ala. She descends from William 
Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham, Co., N. C. 

1542. THOMAS JEFFERSON STUDY, ESQ , son of Sarah Lomax and 
her husband, Henry Study, was born in Wayne Co., Ind., Feb. 8, A. D. 1842, 
5th \'ictoria, and 2d year i4tli Presidential Term, Tyler ; and married The- 
resa Widup. Tiieir children are - 

Ida Thkrkse STUt)v, born about .-\. D. 1870. 

RiCHAKD .Study, born about A. D. 1S76. The father is a successful attor- 
ney and counsellor at law. He is a Democrat. Address, Richmond, Ind, 
He descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rocking- 
ham Co., N. C. 

R. T. LOMAX, son of Elizabeth and Josiah Lomax, was born in Tenn., 
Apr. 24. A. I). 1.S42. Address, Waverly, Teim. He descends from Samuel 
Lomax, tlie Englishman, who came from Ga. to Tenn. 

1842. M.ARY JULIA KELLER, daughter of Nancy Lomax and her hus- 
band. David Keller, was born m Abbeville Co., S. C, .May i, A. D. 1842, and 
married Dr. James Fletcher .Mabry, Jan 27, A. D. 1863. Their children are— 

Daviij Lrci F.N .Maiikv, Es(h, born Dec. 6, A. D. 1S63 ; died Aug. 25, 
A. D. 1SS9. 

• Makv Xancv Mahkv, born Feb. iS, A. D. 1S66. The father died Feb. 
23. .A. D 1S7S, and the mother married James Pratt, Dec. 16, A. D. 1879. 
Their child is — 

Hklkn Pk \tt. born Dec. 31. A. D. 1S87. Address, Abbeville, S. C. The 
mother descends from William Lomax, the P"nt;Iishman who settled in Rock- 
ingham Co., .N. C. I visited tl;e family in A. D. 18SS. Mr. Pratt is a prosper- 
ous and successful farmer ^ 

I 1S42. .MAHALA J. LOMA.X. daughter of M.iry Howard and her hus- 

band. William Ta> lor Lomax,' was born in Warren Co., 111.. May 13, A. D- 
1S42. ai\d marrif-d Douglas DeWesse. in Knox Co., 111., Nov. 19, A. D. 1860. 
and they moved to Napa Co.. Cal. Their children are — 



A. D. 1842. 197 

Mary Capitoi.a DeVVesse, born Aug. 15, A. D. 186 1. 

Willie E. De VVesse, born Mar. i. A. I). 1863. 

Ida p. DeWesse. born Oct. 14. A. D. 1864. 

Minnie A. DeWesse, born Dec. 18, A. D. 1865. The husband died 
Mar. 19, A. D. 1866, and tlie widow returned to Illinois and married Thomas 
Fannell, Nov. 6, A. D. 1872. Address, Bedford Iowa. Their childrt- n are— 

JuDSON Guy Fannell. born Oct. 6, A. D. 1873. 

Laura E. I'annell, born Oct. 25, A. D. 1874. 

Charles Arlington Fannell, born Dec. 10, A.D. 1875. The sun jud- 
son Guy Fannell is in business in Creslon, Iowa. This branch of the family 
is of the "Christian" denomination, ai:d in politics Democrats; but the 
motherof these children is a " Republican." The family resides on a farm 
six miles S. E. ol Bedford, Taylor Co., Iowa. 

1842. MATILDA LOUIS LOMAX, daughter of Louisa and Louis Pem- 
lott Lomax, was born in Lexington, Miss., June to, A. D. 1S42, and married 
Judson J. Traylor, Dec. 9, A. D. 1863. Address, Holmesville. Miss. Their 
children are — 

James Bruce Traylor, born Jan. 21, A. D 1S66. 

Lucy Traylor, born Feb. 22, A. D. 1867. 

Twins, a son and a daughter, born Sept. 15, A. D 1S6S, and died the 
same date. 

Claud Traylor, born Nov. 30, A. D. 1869. 

Margie Traylor, born Aug. 5, A. D. 1871. 

Sallie Traylor, born Mar. 12, A. D. 1873. 

Louis Lomax Traylor, born Nov. II, A. D. 1874-,. died Sept. 5, A.D. 
1876. 

Ellen Traylor, born Apr. 25, A. D. 1876. 

Judson ]. Traylor, born Jan. 24. A. D. 1878. 

Benjamin Thigpen Traylor, born Nov. 8. A. D. 1880. The mother was 
an orphan at the age of two years, and was verbally adopted by Benjamin 
Thigpen, lier uncle by marriage on her mother's side. She and her children 
were born in the State of Mississippi, and descend from William Lomax. the 
Englishman who settled in Rockingham Co., in the Colony of Norlh Carolina. 

1842. PAULINA LOMAX, daughter of Amelia and Dr. John Brown 
Lomax, was born in Orange Co., Ind., June 22, A. D. 1S42. 6th Victoria and 
2d year 14th Presidential Term. Ty/er ; and died childless. Apr. 5, A. D. 
1SS7. She married Alfred Gideon Bandy. She descends from William Lo- 
max, the luiglishman who settled in Rockingham Co., in the Colony of 
North Carolina. 

1S42. NANCY ELIZABETH LOMAX, 'daughter of Harriet and James 
Dillard Lomax, was born Sept. 6, A. D. 1S42. She married Joim P. Jones, 
Feb. 28, A. D. 1861. They were settled in Hall Co., Ga.. and doing well and 
happy. The "cruel war" of the "Southern Rel)ellion " came, and Mr. Jones 
died in the "Confederate" army, in A. I). 1863, in the State o( Virginia, but 
neither the day nor the month of his death is known. They had no children. 



198 A. D. 1839. 

Mrs. Jones descends from William Lomax, the EnRlishman, who settled in 
Rockingham Co.. in the Colony of North Carolina. Her address, Bellton 
Hall Co , Ga. 

1S42. VERLINDAC. POOL, daughter of Temperance G. Lomax and 
her luisban<l John Pool, was born in Madison Co , Ky., Sept. 8, A D. 1842 
and married John H. ClifftoM, in Warren Co., 111., Aug. 14, A. I). 1856. He 
was born in Ohio, June 4. A. D. 1835. Mr. ClifTton is a Democrat, and he and 
his wife are Melliodists. His address, Spring Ranch, Neb. Their children 
are — 

Sarah Elizaretif Ci.ifkton, born May 8, A. D. 1858. 

Oletha jane Ci.iffton, born Mar. 6, A. D. 1S62; died May 18, A. D. 
1S76. 

Gkorce M. Cliffton, born Feb. 6, A. D. 1864. 

Edike M. Cliffton, born May 30, A. D. 1866. 

Solomon Theodore Cliffton, born June 28, A. D. 1868. 

ALwn.UA Catherine Cliffton, born Mar. 15, A. D. 1871 ; died May 9, 
A. D. 1876 

John W Cliffton, born Aug. 6, A. D. 1873. 

Clarence G. Cliffton, born June 16, A. D. 1876. 

Jessie Hess Cliffton, born Oct. 10, A. D. 1878; died June 28. A. D. 
1884. 

E.MMA LiNA Cliffton, born Mar. 6, A. D. 1881. The mother descends 
from Thomas Lomax, of Danville, Ky. 

1S42. SEABORN SILAS LOMAX, son of Mary and James Avery Lo- 
max, was born in I^wrens Co., S. C, Oct. 9, A, D. 1842, and married Martha 
S. Cooper, in A. D. 1864. Address, Meridian, Tex. Their children are — 

AVERY C. Lomax, born in Dec. A. D. 1866, 

Marion Hvson Lomax, born Jan. 23, A. D. 1868. 

William H. Lomax, born Apr. 19, A. D. 1872. 

Carlos Lomax, born May 10, A. D. 1875. 

Seaborn S Lomax, born Aug. 10, A. D. 1S77. 

Lottie Mary Lo.max, born May 15, A. D. 1881. 

Lucy Moss Lomax, born Nov. 23, A. D. 1S85. The first two were born in 
Holmes Co., Miss. Tiie others were born in Basque Co., Tex. Besides 
these, three others were b.)rn, and have died, but the dates v/ere not given to 
me. The lather descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled 
in Rockingham Co., in the Colony of North Carolina. 

1842. MARTHA MARIA LOMAX, daughter of Anna and Capt. John 
Lomax. was born in Brown Co., Ill , Oct. 21, A. D. 1S42, and died in Linn Co., 
Mo., Oct. 13, A. D. 1866. She married Ashford B. Faulk, in A. 1). 1863. Their 
child was— 

Emil E. Faulk, born Jime 13, A. I). 1864. The father died Aug. 18, A.D. 
1866, and the grandmother of tlie child brought him up ; an<l lie a'-sumes the 
'' Lomax " name. He is engaged in railroad business at Denison, Tex. He 
descends from Tiiomas Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Sevier Co., 
Tenn., and died in the army in Florida, A. D. 1814. 



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A. D. 1842. 199 

1842. COMNANS M. SHORT, son of Ablina and Albert G. Sliort, u ,is 
born in Guilford Co., N. C, Dec. 10, A. D. 1842, and married Maria Hiiu-^, 
in Surry Co., N. C, Feb. 22, A. 1). 1870. Address, Mount Airy, N. C. He 
descends from William Loma.x, the Englishman who settled in Rockingli.mi 
Co., in the Colony of North Carolina. 

1842. ELI AS LOMAX, son of William Loma.x, was born in London, 
England, in A. D. 1842, and came with his father's family to America. He 
married Ann Jane Coughlan, about A. D. 186S. Their children are — 

Annie Lomax, born in A. D. 1869;* died in infancy. 

William Loma.x, born in A. D. 1871. 

Lillian Veronica Lo.max, born in A. D. 1874. 

LoRKTTo HiLLARV LoMAx, born in A. D. 1876. 

John Lomax, born in A. D. 1879. 

Mav Frances Lo.max, born in A. D. i88r. 

Thomas Henry Lomax, born in A. D. 1887. The first six were born in 
Brooklyn, and the seventh in New York City. The mother came with her 
father to the United States at the age of seven years. She is a respectable 
worrmn, and the children are bright and smart children The father has 
" skipped out " and left his family in indigent circumstances. 

1842.' SARAH LOMAX, daughter ot Elmyra and John Tayloe Lomax, 
was born about A. D. 1842, and married Mr. E. D. Gayle, a planter in the 
South, but 1 do not know whether they have any children. She descends 
from John Lomax, the Englishman, who settled at Port Tobago, in the Colony 
of Virginia. 

1842. MARY LOMAX. daughter ot Elizabeth Horner and her husband 

/James Lomax, was born iy Perry County, Teini., about A. D. 1842, and mar- 
ried Hyrrel Wilburn of said county. Address, Mousetail, Tenn. She descends 
from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1842. MARY WILBURN, daughter of Samuel Wilburn, was born in 
Per y Co., Tenn., about A. D. 1842, and married J. C. Burns of Beardstown., 
^ Tenn. Their child is— 

Maria Burns, born about A. D. 1S65. The mother descends from 
; Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, wha came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

' 1842. NANCY LOMAX, daughter of Mary Ann Davis and her husband 

John Lomax, was born about A. D. 1842, and married David Fauna Barger of 
Rockport, III. She descends from Theophilus Lomax, who came from 
Sevier Co., Tenn., to Pike Co., 111., and was an Englishman by birth. 

1842. JAMES LOMAX, son of Elizabeth Lawson and her husband 
Johnson Lomax, was born about A. D. 1842. Address, 66 Blackburn St., 
Bolton, England, and is engaged in the tailoring- busirtess. 

I 1842. HANNAH POLDING. daughter of Alice Lomax and her hu.shand 

\ William Polding, was born about A. D. 1842, and married Thomas Taylor. 

This family belongs to the Harwoo<l branch of the family. 



2(X) A. D. 1843. 

1S43. MARY ANNA ELIZA COOK, daughter of Amarintha Caroline 
Rayburn and her husband William C. Cook, was born at Kirk's Grove, Ala., 
Kfb. 22, A. D. 1S43 and married Dr. James \V. Keller, of Abbeville, S. C. 
May ;,. .\. D. iSSo, and died at Abbeville, June 24, A. D. 18S6, aged 43 years. 
Of this union one child was born. See the family ol Dr. J. VV. Keller. Both 
wife and iui?-band descend from William Lomax. the Englishman, who settled 
in Rockingham Co , N. C 

ivS43. S.A.MUEL .ADISON DAVIS, .son of Sarah Caroline Brown and 
her husband Tliomas H. Davis, was born Eeb. 26, A. D. 1S43. in Orange Co., 
Ind. He married Margaret J. Henson, April 16, A. D. 1863, in said county. 
Address, Orangeville, Ind. Their children are — 

Thomas Zimki Davis, born May 28, A. D. 1S65. 
Ora E\ aline Davis, born Jan. 27, A. D. 1868. 
Mary Eli/aheth Davis, born Nov. 9, A. D. 1871 

Lovis Edward Davis, born June 19, A. D. 1883. The father descends 
from William Loma.x, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingiiam Co., N. C. 

1S43. ALLEN H. ARMEIELD, son of Thankful Short and her husband 
Hamilton Armfield, was born July 16. A. D. 1843, 7th Victoria, and 3d year 
14th Presidential term. Tyler; and married Eliza Bennett Foard, Aug. 15, 
A. D. 1S74. Address, Summerville, Texas Co., Mo. Their children are — 

Marv Jane Armfield, born June 25, A. D.- 1875. 

WiLLiA.M RoiiERT Ar.mfield, bom Nov. 30, A. D. 1876. 

Ora Aualaid Armfield, born Nov. 12, A. D. 1878. 

Alverta Armfield, born Aug. 31, A. D. 1880. 

Jonathan Alison Armfield, born June 6, A. I). 1886 Tiie father 
descends from W^illiam Lomax, tiie Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 
Co., in the Colony of North Carolina. 

1843. CHARLOTTE THORNTON LOMAX, daughter of Elmyra and 
John Tayloe Lomax, was born in Demopolis, Ala., July 29, A. D. 1843, and 
married Alfred B. Pittman, Esq., an attorney at law, at Vicksburg, Mis.'-.. 
Apr. 7, A. D. 1S64. He died in Vicksburg, Mar. 30, A. D. 1887. Her address 
is. Tuskaloosa. Ala. Their children are — 

Irena Lomax Pittman, born in Demopolis, Ala., Apr. 21, \. D. 1863. 

Lomax Pitt.van, born in Greensboro, Ala., Oct. 31, A. D. 1866. He is 
an attorney at law, Birmingham, .Ala. 

.Alfred Backner Pitt.man, born at Greensboro, Ala., .May 2t), A. D. 
1S6S. 

.\ktiiur Thornton Pitt.man, born at Greenville, Ala., )an. 4, A. D. 
1070. and died at Vicksburg, Miss., June 10, A. D. 18S2. 

Ernest Waller Pittman, born at Greensboro, Ala , Eeb. 5, A. D. 1S72. 

Rosalia Octaxia Pittman, born at Greensboro, Ala., Sept. 20, A. D- 

i«73- 

Barton Lomax Pittman. born at Vicksburg^ Miss . Aug. 13. A. D 1876. 



A. D. 1843. 2ca 

Charlotte Thornton Pittman, Ixjrn at Vicksburg, Miss., Jan. 26, A. D. 
1878. 

EvaStanton Pittman, born at Knoxville, Tenn , July 16, A. D. 1879. 

Kate Stuowick Pittman, horn at Vicksburg, Miss., Nov. 17, A. D. 1R81. 

LuciLE Moore Pittman, born at Vicksburg, Miss., Oct. 5, A. D. 18R3. 

Thornton Bucknek Pitt.man, born at Vicksburg, Miss., Dec. 15, A. D. 
1885. The mother descends from John Loinax, tlie Englishman, who settled 
at Port Tobago, in^the Colony ot Virginia. 

1843. JAMES WESLEY LOMAX, son of Elizabeth and William Lomax, 
was born in Tenn., Sept. 10, A. D. 1S43, pnd married Margaret Ann Bibb, Jan. 
19, A. D, 1862. She was born July 22, A. D. J844. Address, Mc Ewen, Tenn. 
Their children are — 

Joseph Marion Lomax, born Dec- 25, A. D. 1863. 

Samuel Leonidas Lomax, born March 3, A. D. 1865. 

Lieuticia Loma.x, born Oct. 20. A. D. 1867 ; died Eeb. 18, A. D. 1881. 
JZ Eugene Florence Lomax, born Aug. 4, A. D. 1871. 

^ William David Lomax, born April 16, A. D. 1873. 

John Henry Lomax, born Jan. 3, A. D. 1875. 

Fleming Bibb Lomax, born Aug. 21, A. D. 1888. The father descends 
from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1843. DAVID COLWELL EDMONDS, son of Mary and John M. Ed- 
monds, was born in Montgomery Co., .Mo., Oct. 26, A. D. 1843, and married 
Harriet Frances Escue, June 13, A. D. 1862, in Johnson Co., 111. Their chil- 
dren are— 

Fredonia Catherine Edmonds, born Aug. 30, A. D. 1863; died May 
12, A. D. 1875. 

3 James Barney Edmonds, born Feb. 5, A. D. 1865. 

Ida Ann Elizabeth Edmonds, born Feb. 21, A. D. 1867. 

David Edmonds, born Feb. 27, A. D. 1871. 

Mary Ella Edmonds, born Oct. 12, A. D, 1S72. 

Effie Jane Edmonds, born June 19, A. D. 1879. Family address , 
Fayetteville, Ark. The first child died near Fayetteville, Ark. The fourth 
is a student in Fayetteville University. The sixth was born at VV^est Joplin, 
Mo. They are Baptists. The father is a farmer and a " Republican." He 
descends from Tlieophilus Loma.x, the i:nglishman, who came from Tennessee 
to Illinois. 

1843. WILLIAM LOMAX, son of Nancy and G. W. A. J. Lomax, was 

born in Hall County, Ga , Nov. 14, A. I). 1S43, and died in Arkansas, July 23, 

^ A. D 18S6. His address was Highland, Sharp County, Ark. He married 

Martha J. Ivy, who was born Aug 11, A. D. 1838. Their children are — 
• Mary Ann Corintha Lomax, born May i, A. D. 1867, in Habbersham 

Couniy, Ga., and married Tillman Howard Harmon. 

Elin/.a Taylor Lomax, born Sept. 28, A. D. 1S68, in Crawford County, 
Tenn., and died March 1, A. D. 1S72. 



202 A. D. 1844. 

George R. Lomax, born in Izzard County, Ark., Feb. 26, A.D. 1S71. 

J. W. Lomax, " " " " July 21, " 1872. 

Minerva J. Lomax, " " " " Apr. 25, " 1876. 

Fannie Elizabeth Lomax," " " " Nov. 2, " 1S7S. 

Family address, Cushman, Ark. After the death of the father, the mother 
married James Stephen.s. The father descends trom William Loma.x, the 
Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County, in the Colony of North 
Carolina. 

1843. CAROLINE GRAVES, daughter of Harriet Lomax and her hus- 
band Dr. Thomas Graves, was born in the State of Alabama, about A. D. 
1843; and married a Mr. Smith. They resided in Montgomery, Ala. She is 
now a widow and descends from William Loma.'c, the Englishman, who settled 
in Rockingham County, in the Colony of North Carolina. 

1843. SALLIE GRAVES, daughter of Harriet Lomax and her husband 
Dr. Thomas Graves, was born in the State of Alabama, about A. D. 1S43, ^"'1 
married Dr. W. E. Besson, as near as I can make out the name. Their ad- 
dress, Montgomery, Ala. She descends from William Lomax, the English- 
man, who settled in Rockingham County, in the Colony of North Carolina. 

1844. JOHN HENDERSON LOMAX, fifth son of Mary Howard and 
her husband, William Taylor Lomax, was born in Knox Co , 111., July 3, A. D. 
1844, 8th Victoria, and 4th year 14th Presidential Term, Tyler ; and married 
Lucinda E. Howard, in Knoxville, Knox Co., 111., Apr. 6, A. D. 1869. Ad- 
dress, Strang, Nebraska. Their children are — 

Harvy J. LoMAX, born Sept. 25, A. D. 1S70 ; died Sept. 29, same year. 

Jessie Maud Lomax, born Oct. 27, A. D. 1S71 ; died Apr. 15, A. D. 1S72. 

Ortie Ernest Lomax, born Mar. 7, A. D. 1873. 

Martha Estella Lomax, born Mar. 11, A. D. 1875; died Dec. 25, A. D. 
iS75- 

John A. Henderson Lomax, born Jan 31, A D. 1877. 

Frederick Louis Lomax, born July 25, A. D. 1883. The first two were 
born in Abingdon, Knox Co , 111.; the third was born at Colfax, W^arren Co., 
III.; the fourth was born and died at Abingdon, and the fifth was born at the 
same place; the sixth was born near Strang, Fillmore Co., Neb. John H. 
Lomax enlisted Apr. 4, A. D. 1862, in the 44th 111. Vol. Inft., but was rejectcii. 
He went West in A. D. 1864, and served that year and the next in the Indian 
campaign of A. D. 1864 5. He is a member of the "United Brethren," and in 
politics " independent." This branch of the family are what are mostly 
known as " Christians "or " Campbellites," and Democrats in politics. He 
descends from Thomas Lomax, ol Danville, Ky. 

1844. PRISCILLA LOMAX, daughter of Amelia Davis and her lur- 
band. Dr. John Brown Lomax, was born July 20, A. D. 1844, and married 
Martin Willyard in A. D. 1861. Their child is— 

Amelia WillvArd, born in A. D. 1863 ; died Feb. 17, A. D. 1880. The 
hnsband was a Union soldier, and died in the army, in A. D. 1864, and the 



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mother married William Andrew Collins, July 19, A, D. 1.S66. Their children 
are— „ 

William Lee Collins, born June 15, A. I). 1865; died Oct. 15, A. D. 
1887. 

Caroline Collins, born Mar. 20, A. D. 1869. 

John Andrew Collins, born Nov. 4, A. D. 1870. 

Alfred Collins, born Feb. 14. A. D. 1S73. 

Ida Collins, born Aujj. 5, A. D. 1S76. 

Oliver Perry Collins, born Nov, 9, A. D. 1878. 

Minnie 13ell Collins, born Feb. i, A. 1). tS8o; died Sept. 23, A. D. 1883. 

Anice Collins, born March 14, A. D. 1SS2. 
• Robert Emery Collins, born July 9,' A. D. 1886. Address, Young's 
Creek, Ind. The mother descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, 
who settled in Rockingham Co , N. C. 

1S44. This year, 1844, the Democrats ran James K. Polk for President; 
the "Whigs," Henry Clay. The result was, Polk, 179 electors; Clay 105. 

1844. MARTHA MATILDA STUDY, daughter of Sarah Lomax and 
her husband, Henry Study, was born in Wayne Co., Ind., Aug. 4, .\. D. 1S44, 
and married James M. Miller, May 19, A. D. 186S Their children are— 

James Henrv Miller, born Sept. 15, A. D. 1S72 ; died Aug 2, A. D. 1873. 

Martha Jane Miller, born Marcii 21, 1874. 

Mary Grace Miller, born July 15 1875. Mr. Miller was in the Union 
army and a prisoner at Andersonville. Family address, Santa Rosa, Cal. 
The mother descends from William Lomav, the Englishman, who settled in 
Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1844. ELIZABETH LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth Horner and her 
husband James Lomax, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., Sept. 7, A.D. 1844, and 
married Russel Horner. Address, Mousetail, Tenn. She descends from 
Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

3844. WILLIAM ALFRED CHARLES, son of Margaret Helen Brown 
and her husband William Charles, was born in Orange Co., Ind., Sept. 7, 
A.D. 1844, and married Emma Johnson, July 15, A. D. 1873, •" Lawrence Co., 
Ind., and died in said county June 28, A. D. 1879. Their children are — 

Ora Ethel Charles, born March 6, A. D. 1876. 

William Albert Charles, born March 16, A. D. 1879. The first was 
born in Martin Co., Ind., and the second in Lawrence Co , Ind. Tiie father 
descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingh.-im 
Co., N. C. 

1844. JOHN LOMAX, son of IClizabeth Lawson and her husband John- 
son Lomax, was born in Bolton, Lancashire, England, Sept. 14, A. I). 1,844, 
and married Jessie Thrower, in Manchester, England, Jan. i, A. 1). 1872. Tin y 
have no children. His address, Brookfield, Linn County, Mo. He left Eng- 
land with his wife D(,;c. 4, A. D. 18.S0, on Steamer Arizona, and m 8 days 
Tcacbed New York City, and lanrit^d in I^rookfield, Dec. 16 same year, where 



204 A. D. 1844. 

he purchased the farm on whicli he now hves, in Jan., A. D. 1881. In England 
he was engaged u^ tailoring and ready-made clothing, in Leigh, Lancashire. 
1844 CYNTHIA ELLEN LOMAX,' daughter ol Elender and William 
Pemlott Lomax. was born in Orange County, Ind., Sept. 17. A.D. 1844. She 
married William B. Erskine, May 6, A. D. 1877. They have no children. 
Their address, Empire, Colorado. She descends from William Lomax, the 
Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County, N. C. 

1S41 HENRV C 1 OMAX, son of Anna Shank and her husband Capt. 
John Lomax. was born in Brown Co.. HI.. Sept. 21, A. D. 1844, and married 
Matilda A. Turner, Sept. 26, A. D. 1866. Address. La Clede, Linn Co.. Mo. 
Theirchildren are— 

Edwin M. Lomax, born Sept. 30. A. D. 1867. 

Jay C. Lomax, born Aug. 15. A. D. 1869. 

LuANNA Lomax. born May 16. A.D 1873. 

John T. Lomax, born Oct. 3. A. D. 1877- « t^ 00 

Joseph Fife Lomax. born May 23, A. D. 1879; died Nov. 22, A. D. 1881. 

Hali IE W. Lomax, born May 14. A. D. 1882. The son Edwin M. is em- 
ployed in a bank in the city of St. Louis, Mo. The father descends from 
Thomas Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Sevier Co., Tenn. 

i<^44 ISABELLA JANE COOK, second daughter of Amarintha Caro- 
'i line Rayburn, and her husband William E. Cook, was born at Kirks Grove 
^ Ala., Sept. 22, A. D. 1844, and married Thadius Constantine Davenport, cl 
that place, Dec. 27. A. D. 1867. Their children are- 
Cora Linn Davenport, born Oct. 5, A. D. 1868. 
Mary Alma Davenport, born Mar. iS, A. D. 1870. 
Maud Adalink Davenport, born Jan. 25, A. D. 1872. 
Annie Edna Davenport, born July 6, A. D. 1876. 
Willie Ethel Davenport, born July 23, A. D. 1879. 
Iamfs Edward Cleveland Davenport, born Dec. 10, A. D. 1882. 
Emmet Cook Davenport, born Jan. 8. A. D. 1886. The first five were 
born at Kirk's Grove, and the other two at Jacksonville. Ala., which is in Cal- 
houn Co.. Ala., to which place they moved in Feb., A. D. 18S0. The mother 
descends from William Lomax. the Englishman who settled in Rockingham 
■ Co.. N. C. 

1844 SARAH LOMAX. daugliter of Anna and Andrew Lomax, was 
borninPerryCo.,Tenn.,Dcr.3, A.D. .S44,and married Ale.xander Bro.ad- 
away. .May 25. A. D. 1862. Their children are- 

MklissaC.vthekine Bkoadawav, born July 23. A. D. 1863. She mar- 
ried Jacob Ricliardson. 

•InoMAS Andrew Bruadaway. born Nov. 30. A. D. 1865; died Dec. u, 

same year. 

Henry Wilhukn Broadawav, born May 18, A. D. iS''7- 
William Jeei ekson Broadawav, born Jan. 20, A. D. 1S69. 
John Milton Broadawav, born Oct 28, A. D. 1870. 



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I James Ulysses Bkoadaway, born Sept. 4, A. D. 1872. 

I Mary Luda Broadaway, born Oct. 7, A. D. 1S74. 

I Sally Anna Broadaway, born Nov. 7, A. D. 1876. 

I Samuel Alexander Broadaway, born Feb. 14, A. D. 1880. 

I Robert Tecumseh Broadaway, born Dec. 8, A. D. 1S81. 

i Bertha Elizabeth Broadaway, born Dec. 18, A. D. 18S3. The mother 

I of this family descends from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman who ranie from 

I Georgia to Tennessee. Address, Cedar Creek Landing, Tenn. 

I 1844. MARTHA ELIZABETH LOMAX, daughter of Sarah Ann Boyd 

f and her husband, Joseph Lomax, was born in Valparaiso, Indiana, Dec. 23, 

i A. D. 184-, and married James Morton, in Kalamazoo, Michigan, in A. D . 

I 187—. Their child was — 

I Morton, born in De Moines, Iowa, in A. D. 187— ; died in Cedar 

I Rapids, Iowa, in A. D. 1S7— . Address, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

1844. HELEN LOMAX, daughter of Thomas Lomax, of Westfield 
House, near Preston, and his wife, Mary Frances Saunders, daughter of Rev. 
ChSrles Saunders, Vicar of Kelton cum-Tixover, was born in A. D. 1844, and 
married Thomas Byrnaud Trappes, Esq., in A. D. 1866. He was of Stanley 
House, Cletheroe, and Justice of the Peace for Lancashire and West Riding 
of Yorkshire ; and late Lt. Col. IV. Batt, Royal Lancaster Regt. He was 
born in A. D. 1832, and by his son, Mr. Richard Trappes, I am informed that 
he is now an invalid. Their children are- 

James Herbert Trappes, born about A. D. 1866; died young. 

Mary Cecilia Trappes, born about A. D. 1868; died young. 

Richard Trappes, born A. D. 1870. 

Catherine Mary Trappes, born A. D. 1872. 

Frances Anne Trappes, born abont A. D. 1874. 

Mary Josephine Trappes, born about A. D. 1876. 

John Byrnaud Trappes, born about A. D. 1878. 

Edmund Neville Trappes, born about A. D. 1880. 

Christopher Norton Trappes, born about A. D. 18S2. 

Robert Ignatius Trappes, born about A. D. 1883. 

I am informed that the mother of the above children is the last of the Lo- 
max name, which became connected with the Grimshaws and Claytons, ol 
Clayton Hall, by the marriage of Richard Lomax, Gent., of Piisworth, and 
Rebecca Hey wood. He was owner of a freehold estate at Bernshaw Tower 
in the Vale of Todmorden. and she was sole heiress ot tiie Grim.siiaws and 
Claytons. They were a family possessed of great wealth when the two 
estates were united. 

1844. CAROLINE EDWARDS, daughter of Elizabetli Wilhurn and her 
, liusband, Aaron Edwards, was born about A. D. 1844, and married Cass Coth- 
- ran. Address, Farmer's Exchange, Tenn. Slie descends from Samuel 
Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1844. ALICE LOMAX, daughter ot E. Duncan and her husband. Lucien 
Lomax, Esq., was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, about A. D. 1844, and married 



2o6 A. D. 1845. 

Mr Wallace. Her address, Newbury, S. C. She descends from William Lo- 
max, the Knglishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., in the Colony ol 
North Carolina. 

1544. ELLEN FOLDING, daughter of Alice Lomax and William Fold 
ing, was born in En-land, about A. D. 1844. and married Thomas Coverley. 
This family belongs to the Harwood branch of the Lomax family. 

1S41. I~)AN1EL LAIN i:i)MONDS, son of Mary Ann and John Meriot 
Edmonds, was born in Montgomery Co., Mo., about A. D. 1844. and died in 
Joplin, Mo., Feb. 9. A. IX 1877. He married Ellen America Claffm, in Henry 
Co Mo in A. O. 1S69. Slie died soon after the death of her husband, and 
was buried at Eullon, Mo. He was buried at Joplin, Mo. - Their children 
are— 

Wii-LiAM Newton Edmonos, born Dec. 28, A. D. 1S70. 

John MiiRioT Edmonds, born in A. D. 1872 ; died in Aug.. A. D. 1S87. 
The children were born in Henry Co.. Mo. The father descends from liie- 
ophihis Lomax. the Englishman, who came from Sevier Co., Tenn., to Illinois. 
In the late war he was a soldier in the Uni(jn Army. 

1545. On Mar. 1, A. D. 1845, Fresident Tyler signed the joint resolutions 
of Congress, admitting the State of Texas into the Union. 

1845. On Mar. 4, A. D. 1845, James K. Polk commenced the administra- 
tion of the 15th Fresidential Term. 

1S45. On Mar. 6, A. D. 1845, Almonte, the Mexican Minister, pro- 
tested against tiie admission of Texas into the Union, terminated his mission, 
and asked for his passports. 

1845. On Apr. 24, A. D. 1845, a squadron under Capt. Thornton was 
attacked by a body of Mexicans ; sixteen Americans were killed and all the 
rest taken prisoners. This was the first blood shed in the Mexican war. 

1845. On June 4, A. D. 1845, President Herrera issued a proclamation 
declaring the right of Mexico to Texas, and his determination to defend that 
right -at all hazards. 

1845. Gen. Andrew Jackson, ex-President of the United States, died 
June 8, A. D. 1845. 

1845. LUCY ANN LOMAX, daughter of Nancy Yates Davis and her 
husband, Hon. Quintin Lomax, was born in Orange Co.. Ind., June 17, A. 1>- 
1845. 9th Victoria, and ist year 15th Fresidential Term, /^t^/^-. She married 
John W. Bundy. Feb. i, A. \). 1866. Their children are - 

LuTiciA Bkatkice Bundv, born Dec. 12, A. P. 1866. 

'Tagi.iona Alice Bi'NDV, born May 13, A. D. 1869. 

Wii.i.iAM Clarence Bundv, born Nov. 9, A. 1). 1871. 

Nancv Matilda liUNDV, born Apr. 12, A. I). 1875. 

Coka Ann Bundv, born Dec. 31, A D. 1879. 

Lou/.ADiA Emilv Bundv, born June 8. A. D. 1883. The mother descends 
from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockiiigiiam Co, N. C 



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1845. AMERICA ANN MARK. cl.uiglUer of Sarali A. j. I'oul and her 
husband James M Man, was bum in Kno\ Couiity, 111, June tS, A. P. r^4.S, 
and married William Hamilton Newkirk. Oct. 27. A. D. 1S63. He was Lorn 
in Claremont County, Oliio, April 23, A. I). 1.S43. Address. Alton, liiion 
County, loua. Mr. Newkirk is a Democrat. Their children are— 

James Cornelius Newkirk, born Jan 9, A. D. 1S67. 
Cora Alice Newkirk. born Jan. 31, A. D. 1S69. 
Olla Belle Newkirk, born Sept. 1. A. D. iSyi. 
I ' Leon Lewis Newkirk, born Jan. 9, A. D. 1876. 

Charles Henry Newkirk, born Jan. 10, A. D. 1S7S. 
William Francis Newkirk, born July 4. A. D. 1884. 
MvRTA Clara Newkirk, born Dec. i, A. D. 1886. 

1845. AUGUSTUS A. LOMAX, son of Nancy and G. W\ A.J. Lomax, 
was born in Hall Co.. Ga., Dec, A. D. 1845, 9th Victoria and 1st year 15th 
Presidential term, Po/k; and died in his native county. June 27, A. D. 1S76. 
Family address, IJellton, Hall Co., Ga. He married Katherine Armor, Feb. 
25, A. D. 1S66. Their children are — 

Nancy Lomax, born Feb. 7, A. D. 1S67. 

John Lomax, born March 16, A. D. 1868. 

George Lomax, born April 5, A. D. 1871. 

Van Buren Lomax, born Dec. 21, A. D. 1S72. 

Sarah Lomax, born Nov. 14. A. D. 1874. 

Augustus Lomax, born Oct. 3, A. I). 1876. The father of this family 
descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled m Rockingham 
Co., N. C. 

1845. DOROTHY ROENA LOMAX, daughter of Mary and James 
Av/ery Lomax, was born in Laurens Co., S. C, June 29. A. D. 1845, and died 
March 3, A. D. 18S5. She married Charles Sherwood Cooper, July 10, A. D. 
1S64. Their children are — 

Thomas C. Cooper, born Sept. 17, A. D. 1867. 

James John Cooper, born April 2, A. D. 1869. 

Scsan Lee Cooper, born Nov. 19, A. D. 1870. 

Ida Hill Cooper, born Jan., A. D. 1872. 

Loula Cooper, born Feb. 6, A. D. 1875. 

Leo Cooper, born Nov. 24, A. D. 1877. 

Charles W. Cooper, born Feb., A. D. 1879. 

Mattie Cooper, born Feb., A. D. 1S79. 

Sally U. Cooper, born April 2, A. D. 1881. 

Dorothy Cooper, born Marcii, A. D. 1883. 

George H. Cooper, born Fel). 23. A. D. 1885. The hrst two were born 
in Holmes Co., Miss.; tlie others in Bosque Co., Tex. The mother descends 
Irom William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co , N. C 

1845. LOUIS PEMLOTT BROWN, son of lonalhan Lomax Brown 
and his wife Sarah Ann, was born in Orange Co., Ind., Nov. 7, A. D. 1845. He 



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married Harriet Frances Ritter, April 29, A. D. 1873, '" Orange Co., Ind. 
Their children are— 

Margaret Ann Brown, born May 14, A. D. 1874. 

Mary Maria Ritter Brown, born Jan. 24, A. 

Martha Orlena Brown, born Oct. 17, A. D. 

Fannie Lois Brown, born Sept. 27, A. D. 1882. 

Loi'is Alexander Brown, born Jan. 25, A. D. 1884. 

LoYB Earl Brown, born Nov. 22, A. D. 1886. 

Noble Leslie Brown, born Nov. 25, A. D. 188S. The children were 
born in Orange Co., Ind. The father descends (rotn William Lomax, the Eng- 
lishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1845. ASBURY \V. POOL, son of Temperance G. Lomax and her hus- 
band J(»hn Pool was born in Warren Co., 111., Nov. 11, A. D. 1845, J»nd married 
Harriett A. Howard at Abingdon, 111., June 14, A. D. 1866. Address, Yarnaby, 
Johnston Co., Chickasaw Nation, I. T. Mr. Pool is a Democrat and a Miss- 
ionary Baptist. 

1845. MARY R. ARMFIELD, daughter of Thankful Short and her hus- 
band Hamilton Armfield, was born in N. C, Nov. 27, A. D. 1845, and married 
Dr. Julien A. Kirkman, Feb. 2, A. D. 1880. Address, Cabool, Texas Co., Mo. 
Their children are — 

LuDOLPH Calhoun Kirkman, born Oct, 17, A. D. 1883. 

Emma Ethel Kirk.man, born Nov. 21, A. D. 1884. The mother descends 
from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1845. JAMES THOMAS LOMAX, son of Lydia and James Lomax, was 
born in Perry Co., Tenn., Dec. 11, A. D. 1845. Address, Linden, Tenn. He mar- 
ried Margaret Elizabeth Hufl'stedler, June 6. A. D. 1869. Their childien are— 

James William Lomax, born Sept. 13, A. D. 1870. 

Joseph Lomax, born Dec. 21, A. D. 1872. 
^ John Canvell Lomax, boin yan. 18, A. D. 1874. 

' Samuel Lomax, born Jan. 8, A. D. 1877. 

Bulah Lomax, born May 18, A. D. 1879. 

Anerew D. Lomax, born Aug. 15, A. D. 1882. 

Larimore Lomax, born April 15, A. D. 1885. The father descends from 
Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Georgia to Teimessee. 

1845. ROBERT RRNEST LOMA.X, son of Robert Lomax 01 Harwood, 
England, was born in A. D. 1845. He had a son — 

Robert Walter Lomax, born about A. D. 1876. He is of the ciglitli 
generation of this branch of the family, counting from John Lomax, who mar 
ried Mary Fogg. 

1S46. MELISSA LOMAX, daughter of Elender Ditto and her hu.^band 
William Pemlott Lomax, was born in Orange Co , Ind , May 7, A I). 1S46, 
9th Victoria and 2d year 15th Presidential term, fo/i. She married John 
Wolph Case, in Jeflerson Co., Col., Aug. 6, A. D. 1865. Mr. Case has been 



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I Postmaster at Salt Creek, Col., 12 years, and is a Justice of the Peace. Address 

I Salt Creek, Col. Their children are^ 

f Erastus Wolph Case, born Aug. 9, A. D. 1867. 

I Cora Ellen C.\se, born Aug. 15. A. D. 1869. 

i Scott J.e Rov Case, born July 8, A. D. 1871. 

Clarence Bertie Case, born April 7, A. D. 1874. 

Frederick Eugene Case, born April .25, A, D. 1876. The mother de- 
scends from William I.omax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingiiam 
Co., N. C. 

J864. ELIZABETH A. EOMAX, daughter of Anna and Capt. John 
Lomax, was born in Brown County, 111., Aug. 16, A. D. 1846, loth Victoria 
and :2d year 15th Presidential term, Po/i; and married Horace Alexander, 
Dec. 25, A. D 1846. Address, D^nison, Texas. Their children are— 
'' Fjrank E. AbEXAtiDER, born in Brookfleld, Linn County, Mo., Nov. 24, 

A. D. 1866. 

A*i:na Ray Alexander, born in Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 27, A. D. 1871. 

(Grace Reed Alexander, born in Parsons, Kans., May 9, A. D. 1S74, 
atiddied there, Oct. 21, A. D. 18S1. 

Georgia N. Alexander, born Oct. 17, A. O. 1880; died Dec. 9, 
A.D. 1880. 

I.0UISE Marie Alexander, born Jan. i, A. D. 1882. 

Horace Guv Alexander, born May 3. A. D. 1884. This family resided 
.at }Brookfield, Mo., three years; Kansas City, Mo., four years; Parsons, 
/Kans., one year, and then moved to Denison, Tex., A. D. 1875, where they 
mow reside. Mr. Alexander was master mechanic in the railroad shops in 
iKansas City, and held that position eight years. In a wreck at Springfield, 
:Mo., his ankle and wrist were broken, since which he has been engaged in 
•real estate business at Denison. The mother descends from Thomas Lomax, 
tthe -Englishman, who settled in Tennessee and died in the American Army 
lin, Florida. 

:t846. :MARY;ISABEL5TIIDY, daughter of Sarah Lomax and her hus- 
band, Henry Study, was born in Wayne Co., Ind., Dec. 23, A. D. 1S46, and 
rmarried William R. Farry, Dec. 4. A. D. 1879. Address, 1005 N. Illinois St., 
r- ilndianapolis Ind. Mr. Farry was a-soldier in the Union Army, in the war of 
-^ itlic-Southern Rebellion, and was wounded at Chicamauga in battle. Mrs. 
•Farry descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rock- 
ingham Co . in the Colony ol North Carolina. 

1846. RACHEL GIESELDA DAVIS, daughter of Sarah Carolina 
.^ ilJrovvn and her husband Thomas H. Davis, was born in Martin County, Intl., 
'»*" Dec. 31, AD. 1846, and married William Allsup, in Orange County, Ind. 
:He took her to Washington, Davies County, Ind., where they lived about a 
;nionth,,when hesent her to her mother, while heshould go West in search of 
..allocation. He never returned, but married another woman, in Illinois, and 
-.there died. The wife descends from William Lonia.x, the Englishman, who 
-scllJed in.Rockingham County, in the Colony of North Carolina. 



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1S46. ANNA WILBURN. daughter of Dr. Josiah Wilburn, was born in 
Perry CouiUy, Teiin., about A. D 1846, and married James Adams of Beards- 
town, Tenn. She descends from Samuel Lomax, the Knglisliman, who came 
. from CieorjMa to Tennessee. 

1S46. ALICE WORTHINGTON, dauf^hter of Jane Tayloe Lomax and 
her husband Dr. Frances Worthington, was horn in Cincinnati, Oliio, about 
A. D, 1S46, and married Lieut. Col. William Winthrop. Col. Winthrop is a 
ilescendant o« Gov. W'inthrop of Massaciiusetts, and is in the United States 
army, at West Point, N Y. Tliey have no ciiildren. The wife descends from 
|ohn Lomax, the Englishman, who settled at Port Tobago, in the Colony of 
Virginia. 

1846. MATILDA LOMAX, daughter of E. Duncan and her iiusband 

Lucien Lomax, Esq., was born in Abbeville County, S. C, about A. D. 1S46, 

f and married Mr. Jones of Edgefield, S. C. She descends from William 

Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County, in the Colony 

of North Carolina. 

1S46. MISS LOMAX, daughter of William Lomax, was born in London, 
England, about A. D. 1.S46, and married Mr. TurnlniU. Address, Manhatton 
/Vve., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1846. EMELY EDWARDS, daughter of Elizabeth Will>uin and her hus- 
band, Aaron Edwards, was born about A. D. 1S46, and married Andrew de 
i/" Priest. Address, Farmer's Exchange, Tenn. She descends from Samuel 
Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1846. ELIZABETH WILBURN, daughter of Samuel W^ilburn, was born 
in Perry Co., Tenn., about A. D. 1846, and married William Craig, of Beards- 
town, Tenn., about A. 1). 1863. Their children are-— 

MoLi.Y Craig, born about A. D. 1864 ; died. 

Sallie Craig, born about A. D. 1866. The husband died and the mother 
married W. R. Murray. No children were born to this union. The mother 
descends from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Georgia to 
Tennessee. 

1847. JOSEPH CRIM CHARLES, son of Margarelte Helen Brown and 
her husband, William Charles, was born in Martin Co., Ind., Feb. 17, A. D. 
1S47. Address, Hudson, Stanford Co., Kansas. His wife's name is Catlier- 
iiie. Their children are— U. S. Grant, Cora Belle, James Milton, Benjarmn 
H., and Ro'.jCO Chauiicy. The fatiier descends from William Lomax, the 
Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1847- POLLY ANN LOMAX, daughter of John Brown Lomax and 
Emily, his wife, was born Mar. 23, A. D. 1S47, loth Victoria, and 3d year i.slh 
Presidential Term, Po/i .■ and married fames W. Teatord. Jan. 12, A.D. 1S6S. 
He was born Oct. 2, A. D. 1844. Their children are— 



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loHN I OMAX Teaford. bom Oct. 8, A. D. 1868. He is a school teacher. 

Denk; WHiTCOM« TEAFOKD. bom Nov. 7. A. D 1877. The mo her 
descendsTotn WilUam Lomax. the Enghshman. who settled .n Rock.ngham 
Co , in th- Colony of North Carolina. 

^ Co . Ark. Their children are— 

3 ■ A son, born June n, A. D. 1867 ; died in infancy, noc named. 

Mary Low Mattie Meek, born Aug. 25, A. D. 1870. 
Re. 1 V Cora Ei izahetm Meek, born Dec. 25. A. U. 1^73- 
f'kanor FRANCES MEEK, born Dec. 25. A. D. 1873. The first ..shorn 
in RoXrt III. and the others in Washington Co.. Ark. The mother de- 
cend rom TheophiKis Lomax. the Englishman, who setUed in Tennessee, 
and died in Illinois. She is a " Missionary Baptist." strong in the .a.th. 

,847. TEMPERANCE ELIZABETH ^ARR, daughter ot Sarah A. J. 
Pool and her husband James M. Marr. was born m Warren ^;^^''^ 
/r A. D. 1847 ; died Ian. 10, A. D. 1877. She married ohn L. Newk.rk in No 
cP vember A D. kS1?o. He was born in Hamilton. Ohio. April 17, A. D. 1S36. 
He is a Methodist and a Democrat. Their children are- 
S. W. Jackson Newkirk, born Sept. 7, A. D. 1871. 
Lu LIE Belle Newkirk, born June 16, A. D. 1875. 

,847. WILLIAM WARREN LOMAX SELLER son of Nancy Lomax 
and her'husband David Keller, was born in Abbeville Co.. S. C May 6. A. D. 
,847. and married Susan Elizabeth Holscraw. She was born June 7. A. D. 
1850. Their children are— 

David Marcus Keller, horn April 19. A. D. J870. 
/ '' LuciFN Walter Keller, born Nov. 10, A. D. 1871. 
/ ' Isaac Leonard Keller, born Jan. 20. A. D 1874. 
Mary Emma Keller, born May 7. A D. 1876; died. 
Nancy Anna Keller, born Nov. 12. A. D. 1878. 
Julia Ida Keller, born Feb. 19, A. D. 1881. 
Mary Susan Keller, born May 29, A. ^- }^^i 
Henry Edgar Keller, born Aug 10. A. D. 1885. 
WiiLiAM Warren Lomax Keller, born April 14, AD- 188S. 
C. AR Es Wesley Keller, born May 7, A. D. 1890. '1 lie father ol this 
famiW descends from William Lomax. the Englishman, who settled ,n 
rdghrn: county, in the Colony of North Carolina. He is a farmer by 
occupation. 

,847. MARY E. LOMAX. daughter of Mary Howard and her Imsband 
William Taylor Lomax. was born in Knox County. UK, Aug. ,5. A D 8.. 
XI h Victoria and 3<1 year 15th Presidential term. Po/^; and married WiIImu, 
Catt. rilnox County. HI.. Oct. 6, A. D. 1870. Address. Strang, Nebraska. 
Their children are— 



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Cyrena Maud Catt, born July 29, A.D. 1871. 

Jesse Taylor Catt, born Feb. 20, A. D. 1874; died Oct. 10, A. D. 1874. 

Allie Justin Catt, born Nov. ir, A. D. 1875; died Nov. 21, A. D. 1877. 

George Raymond Catt. born April 27, A. D.. 187-9. 

Sarah Estella Catt, born Nov. i, A. D. 1880. 

1S47. THOMAS BARTON LOMAX, son of Elmyra and John Tayloe 
Lomax, was born in Demopolis, Ala., Aug. 30, A. D. 1847, and married 
Elizabeth Hickey, Dec. 27, A. D. 1S82. Address, New York City, N. V. He 
is connected with the N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. Co. He descends from John 
Loma.v, the Englishman, who settled at Port Tobago, in the Colony of 
Virginia. 

1847. On Sept. 14, A. D. 1847, the American forces, under Gen. Scott, 
took the city of Mexico. 

1847. THOMAS I.ARKIN BROWN, son of Jonathan Lomax Brown and 
Sarah Ann, his wife, was born Sept. 23, A. D. 1847, in Orange County, Ind. 
He enlisted in the 13th Regt. Ind. Cav. Vols., in January. A. D. 1864, and wa? 
captured by the "Confederates," Sept. 29, near Huntsviile, Ala.; was taken 
to Cahaba, Ala., where he was kept in prison until March 4, A. D. 1865, when 
he was exchanged and sent to Vicksburg, Miss , thence to St. Louis, Mo., and 
thence to Indianapolis, Ind., and discharged. He was elected Sheriff ol 
Orange County, Ind., A D. 1870, and re-elected A. D. 1872. He married 
Emma Braxton, Sept. 16, A. D. 1873, in Paoli, Orange County, Ind. Their 
child is— 

Edmond William Brown, born Nov. 22, A. D. 1879, in Orange County, 
Ind. Address, Bedford, Ind. The father descends from William Lomax, the 
Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County, in the Colony of North 
Carolina. 

1847. NEOMA E. SHORT, daughter of Abaline and Albert G. Short, 
was born in Guilford County, N. C, Sept. 27, A. D. 1847. Address, Mt. Airy, 
Surry County, N. C. She married James VV^ Jackson, in Surrey County, May 
20, A. D. 1877. Their children are— 

A daughter, born March 9, A. D. 1878, and died not named. 
William Albert Jackson, born Feb. 18, y\. D. 1879. 
Thomas Caleb Jackson, born June 8, A. D. 1881. 
Walter Columbus Jackson, born Aug. 28, A. D. 1S83. 
Emma Abaline Jackson, born Feb. 20, A. D. 1886. 

A son Jackson, born Aug. 2, A. U. 18S8. The mother descends from 
William Lomax, the Englisiiman, who settled in Rocking County, N. C. 

1847. THOMAS J. DOHERTY, son of Nancy and William F. Doherty. 
was born in Perry County, Tenn., Dec. 28. A. D. 1847, and married Sarah \. 
Harrington, April 9, A. D. 1874. She was born in said county, Nov. 4, A. D. 
1858, and died April 25, A. D. 1877. Their children are— 



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I Anna N. Doherty, born in Randolph County, Ark., Jan 3, A. D. 1875. 

I Sallie M. Doherty, born in Ripley Ccninly, Mo., April 14, A. D. 1877. 

i The father married Zee M Brooks, May 5, A. E). 187S. She was born in Rip- 

^ ley County, Mo., Nov. 4, A. D. 1858. Their childen are — 

I Thomas W. Doherty, born May 28, A. D. 1879. 

i Elsie Doherty, born Jan. 22, A. D. 1881. 

I , Lucy Doherty, born Jan. 11, A. D. 1883. 

i James Benjamin Doherty, born March 30, A. D. 1885. 

f Nancy F. Doherty, born Sept. 4, A. D. 1887. The last five were born 

5' Ripley Co., Mo. The father descends from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, 

I who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 



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1847. REV. HENRY JOSHUA LOMAX, M. A., second son of Robert 
I Lomax, of Harwood, Eng., was born about A D. 1847. His father held the 

; estate which came to iiis ancestors from Richard Fogg ; also the " Lomax of 

I Harwood '' coat of arms. He is Vicar of Hinckley, Leicestershire. The Rev. 

i gentleman has lurnished me valuable sketches of his branch of the family. 

j 1847. MARY EDWARDS, daughter of Mary Wilburn and her husband. 

I . Rev. John A. Edwards, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., about A. D. 1847, and 

I "] married .Samuel Downing, of Farmer's Exchange, Tenn, She descends from 

) San)uel Lomax, the Englisliman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

I 1847. MARY ELLEN LOMAX, daughter of Tillman Lomax, was born 

in the State of Miss., about A. D. 1847 ; married Mr. Campbell, and moved to 
Ark. She descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in 
Rockingham Co., N. C. 

I 1847. ELLEN LOMAX, daughter of Ella Ann Tharp and her husband, 

I ; Thomas Lomax, was born about A. D. 1847, and married Mr. S^varlzhouse. 
Add ess, Louisiana, Mo. .Slie descends from Theophilu ; Lomax, the Eng- 
lishman, who came from Tenn. to 111. 

1848. JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH LOMAX, eldest daughter ot Samuel 
R. Lomax and his wife, Elvira, was born Feb. 10, A. D. 1848. and married 
John VV. Cannon, May 2, A. D. 1872. He died Jan. 14, A. D. 1886. Their 
children are — 

Olin M. Cannon, born Aug. 20, A. D. 1873; f^'^d Oct. 15, A. D. 1877. 
Ira a. Cannon, born Oct. 7, A. D. 1875. 
Edwin M. Cannon, born Oct. 21, A. D. 1877. 
Henry T. Cannon, born Jan. 21, A. D. 1880. 
Mary J. Cannon, born June 12, A. D. 1882. 
Walter L. Cannon, born Aug 9, A. D. 1883. 

Margaret E. Cannon, born Mar. 25, A. D. 1886. The mother descends 
Irom William Lomax, the l'!nglishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1848. This year, 1848, the Democrats nominated Gen Lewis Cass lor 
President, and Gen. W^illiam O. Butler for Vice IVesident. The "Whigs" 
nominated (ien. Zachary Taylor and Millard Fillmore Jor said oiTices. Martin 



214 A. D. iS^b 

Van Buren turned traitor to the Democratic party, and the " Freesoilers " 
nominated him for President. The result of the election was: Taylor, i^; 
electors; Cass, 127; Van Buren. none. 

1S4S. The treaty of peace, of Guadaloupe Hidalgo, in Feb., 1S4S, wa^ 
amended and ratified between the two governments. The .Mexican govern- 
ment ceded New Mexico and California to the U. .S , and the latter paiJ 
53,000,000 in hand, 5 12,000.000 in installments, and Mexican debts to Amer- 
ican citizens, 53,500,000. 

184S. SUSAN A. FOSTER, daughter of Savannaii Lacy Lomax and her 
husband, John Foster, was born in Abbeville Co.. S. C, .May 19, A. D. iSjS, 

t nth Victoria, and 4th year 15th Presidential Term, /<3//'. .She married Mr. 

>/ Cox. Address, Belton, Anderson Co., S. C. The wile descends from Williair. 
Lomax, the Englisinnan, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 



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1848. JOHN AVERY KERSEY, ESQ., son of Mary Lomax and her hus- 
band. Dr. Silas H. Kerst-y, was born in V^alparaiso, Ind., June iS. A. D. I84^ 
and married Mary Belle Miller, May 29, A. D. i8Sr. Their children are— 

Anna Makv Kersf.v, born July 5, A. D. 18S2. 

William B. Keksf.v, born Jan 13. A. D. 1S85; died Feb. 4th following. 
The mother died Jan. 22, A. D. 1S85, and the father married Sarah E. Shut:. 
of Indianapolis, June 9, A. D 1SS6 The children were born in Marion. Iiui . 
at which city the father is a prosperous attorney at law. He descends fror; 
William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1848. RACHEL CORDELIA SCHNEIDER, daughter of Sarah Loniax 
and her husband, Wiley Schneider, of Pike Co., III., was born July 12. h. 1> 
1848, 12th Victoria, and 4th year I5lh Presidential Term, Polk; and married 
Wiley Wade. Address, Shoal Creek, Ark. She descends from Theopli--- 
Lomax, who came from Sevier Co., Tenn., to Pike Co., III. 

1848. MARY EMELY LOMAX, daughter of Anna Shank and her hu- 
band Capt. John Lomax. was born in Adams County, III., Aug. 12, A. D. i!^r 
and married John K. Callahan, Feb. 20, A. D. 1873. Address, Denison, Tt >.. 
Their children are — 

Harry Arthur Callahan, born about A. D. 1S74. 

Anna Bessie Callahan, " " " 1876. 

RoHERT Lomax Callahan, " " " 1878. 

James Howard Callahan, " " '* 1880. 

Jack Callahan. *' " *' 18S2; died joung. 

Grace Agnes Callahan, " " " 1884; " " Tli»' 

mother descends from Thomas Lomax, the Englishman, who settled inSevivr 
County, Tenn. 

1848. JAMES TERRENC1-: LOMAX, son of Mary ,and James Avtfv 
l^max, was born in Holmes County, Miss., Nov. 2, A. D. 1S4.S. and niarru «• 
Matlie M. Cochran, A. D. 1873. Address. Meridian, Tex. Their children 
are — 



A. D, 1849. 215 







j Ernest Earl Lomax, born Jan. 31, A. D. 1875. 

I ^ Addison Silas Lomax, born March 17, A. D. i}<77- 

I Ida Bessie Lomax, born Oct. 10, A. D. 1879. 

I Eva Nettie Lomax, born April 19, A. D. 1882. 

3 Ina Eula Lomax, born Ian. 23, A. D. 1886. The fiist named of these 

I children was born in Holmes County, Miss., and all the others in Bosque 

t County, Tex. The father descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, 

\ who settled in Rockingliam County, in the Colony of North Carolina, 

j 1848. ELIZABETH REBECCA LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth and 

j John Willis Lomax, was born Nov. 9, A. D. 1848, in Abbeville County, S. C. 

! She married John Augustus McCord, Sept. 15, A. D. 1870. Address, Abbey- 

ville, S. C. Their children are — 

Jennie Elizabeth McCokd, born May 9, A. D. 1874. 

Hattie Rebecca McCokd, born Oct. 6, A. D. 1876. 

Emory Mavnard McCord, born Feb. 21, A. D. 1879. 

Estella Eleanor McCord, burn Oct. 12, A. D. 1881. 

Daisy Augusta McCord, born Sept, 16, A. D. 1886. 

George Lomax McCord, born Oct. 8. A. D. 1888. The mother de- 
scends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 
County, in the Colony of North Caroliua. 

1848. J. WILLIAM LOMAX, son of Rebecca Hughey and her husband 
George W. Lomax, was born in Abbeville County, S. C, about A. D. 184S. 

/■^ He married Miss Wurfull, and moved to Montgomery, Ala He descends 
CJ from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County, in 
the Colony of North Carolina. 

1840. On March 4, A. D. 1849, Zachery Taylor commenced the admin- 
istration of the i6th Presidential term. 

1849. ANDREW H. GOODWIN, son of Sarah Cude and her husband 
Jesse Goodwin was born in Perry Co., Tenn., March ar, A. D. 1849, 12th 
Victoria and ist year 16th Presidential term, Taylor. He married "Molley," 
and their children are — 

» • Avie O. Goodwin, born Sept. 18, A D. 1874. 

i> Ida R. Goodwin, born Dec. 24, A. D. 1886. 

I Andrew C. H. Goodwin, born March 25, A. D. 1889 The father descends 

from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came tVom Georgia to Tennessee. 
1849. PERMILDA LOMAX, daughter of Amelia and Dr. John Brown 
Lomax, was born in Orange County, Ind., April 20, A. D. 1849. She died 
y June 9, A. D. :888. She married Robert Cissii. Their children are, seven, 
U^l as I am informed, and tiiat is all I know of tiiem. The niotiter descends from 
William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in the Cohjny of North Caro- 
lina, in Rockingham County. 

1849. LOUISA HELEN DAVIS, daughter of Sarah Caroline Brown and 
j^ her husband Thomas H. Davis, was born April 23, A. D. 1849, in Martin Co., 
Ind. She married John N. Hubbard, Oct. i, A. D. 1868, in Orange Co., Ind., 
and died Dec. 25, A. D. 1869, in said County. Their child is— 



2i6 A. D. 1849. 

.Caroline Loi'isa Hubbard, born Nov. 30, A. D. 1869, in Orange County. 
The father left the child with it's niotlier's mother and she never saw nor 
l>eard of him until late in the fall of A. D. 1887. The mother descends from 
William Lomax, tiie Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co . N. C. 

1849. -REV. CONSTANTINE LOMAX SHUGART, son of Nancy Lo- 
max and her husband Henry Shugart, was born June 19, A. D. 1849, in Grant 
Co., Ind., and married Annie Eshelman, Sept. 26, A. D. 1872, in Marion, Ind. 
Their children are — 

Arthi'r E. Shugart, born Aug. 21. A. D. 1875. 

Amce N; Shugart, born Feb. i, A. D. 1877. 

Nancy N. Shugart, born Dec. 2, A. D. 1885. The father and mother are 
Quakers. Address. Marion, Ind. The father is a preacher. He descends 
from William Lomax, the Englishman, who .settled in Rockingham, Co., N. C. 

1849. GEORGE WASHINGTON FARRINGTON, son ol Susan and 
Robert Lomax Farrington, was born July 16, A. D. 1849, 13th \'ictoriaand ist 
year 16th Presidential Term, Fillmore, and married Sarah Jane Abernathy. 
Nov. 9, A. D. J871. - She died Sept. 7, A. D. 1S85. Their children are— 

>Susan Catherine Elizabeth Farrington, born May 14, A. D. 1873. 

XlLY Jane Farrington, born March 14, A. D. 1875. 

Robert Lloyd Farrington, born Nov. 30, A. D. 1877. The father de- 
scends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 
Co.,N. C. 

1849. HON. GEORGE MADDEN LOMAX. son of Amy and Samuel 
Wresley Lomax, was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, Aug. 8, A. D. 1849, and mar- 
ried Rebecca A. Burt, Oct. 15. A. D. 1874, by Rev. J. W. Ledford. The wite 
Avas born Aug. 24, A. D. 1855, in Loundes Co., Ala. Their children are— 

George Edgar Lomax, born Aug. 31, A. D. 1875; died Aug. 22, A. D. 
1886. 

Anne Lee Lomax, born Dec. 19, A. D. 1876. 

.-Samuel Jesse Lomax, born Feb. 11, A. D. 1879. 

.Lenora Elizabeth Lomax, born Dec. 14, A. D. 1880. 

Dallas Daniel Lomax, born Jan. 21, A. D. 1882. 

Thilip Emet Lomax, born Sept. 4, A. D. 18S8. The father and mother 
are Missionary Baptists. He is a Democrat and farmer— Vice President of 
Farmers' Co-operative Association. Address. Simsboro, La. He descends 
from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingiiam Co , N. t. 
He is now a member of the Louisiana Legislature. 

1849. SARAH EMALINE KELLER, daughter of Nancy Lomax and her 
husband, David Keller, was born in Abbeville Co., S. C. Oct. i. A. D. ^^4^. 
and married James R. Madden, in said county, A. D. 1889. Address, Abbe- 
ville, S. C. The wife descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who 
fietlled in Rockingham Co.. N. C. 

1849. JAMES ALBERT CHARLES, son of Margarelt Helen Brown and 
iier husband, William Charles, was born Oct. 24, A. D. 1S49, '» M.i'ti'i <^^' 
I.T)d. He married Nancy Stiles, Mar. 2, A. D. 1876, in said county. 1 Inir 
children are — 




MF'-.. 







/ 



HON. G M. LOWAX. 
SIMSBORO, LA. 



A. D. 1S50. 217 

James Otis Charles, born Dec. 29, A. D. i.sSo. 

AusiiN loNA Charles, born Oct. 18, A. D. 1S84. 

EuLA Mabel Charles, born Apr. iS, A. D 1887. 

AzoR Charles. All were born in Car- 

roll Co., Mo. Addres.s, Boi^ard, C irroll Co., Mo. The mother descends from 
William Loniax. the Eaglislmian, who .settled in Ro:kingham Co.. N. C. 

1849. CAROLINE \\TLBURX,dau?:hter of Samuel Wilhurn, was born 
in Perry Co., Tenn., about .A. D 1849, and married J. P. Rice, of Rcardstown, 
Tenn, The wife descends from .Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came 
from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1S49. NANCY EDWARDS, daughter of Miry and Rev. John .A. Ed- 
wards, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., about A. D. 1849. and married John Pace 
of Farmers' Exchange, Tenn. She descends from Samuel Lomax, the Eng- 
lishman, who came to Tennessee from Georgia. 

1850. M.\RY P:LLEN L0M.'\X, daughter of Margaret White and her 
husband Henry J. Lomax. was born Feb. i, A. D. 1S50, and married Alfred 
Young. 

1850. ^L^RY JANE NL^\RR, daughter of Sarah A.J. Pool and her hus- 
band James M. Marr, was born in Warren Co , III., March 13, A. D. 1S50, 13 
/ictoria and 2J year i6th Presidential Term, Taylor, and married D. C. Wil- 
der, Sept. 20. A. D. 1869. He was born in Cataraugus Co., N. Y. Address, 
\fton, Union Co., Iowa. Their children are— 

Orlando Wilher, born Sept. 3. A. D. 1870. 

Clarence Marshal Wuju:r, born Oct. 28, A. D. 1873. 

John W. Wilber, born Oct. 18, A. D. 1876. 

Harriet Ann Wilber, born Nov. 27, A. D. 1S79. 

Lewis Wilber, born April 14. A. D. 1883; died, A. D. 1884. 

William W. Wilber, born July 6, A. D. 18S4; died Aug. i, A. D. 1884. 

James Henry Wilber. l)orn Sept. 10, A.D. 1885; died Nov. 16, A. D. 1SS5. 

Elmer D. Wilber, born Oct. 19, A. D. 1886. 

1850. JOHN AMICK, son of Mary Farrington and her husband Alfred 
Amick, was born April 5. A. D. 1S50. He married and his children are— 

Alfred Amick, born Oct. 17, A. D. 1876. 

Eliza Amick, born Oct. 17, A. D. 1876. Address, Hillsdale, Guilford Co., 
N. C. Tile father descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who 
settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1850. JOHN T. LOMAX. son of (;. W. A. J. Lomax, was born May 18, 
A. D. 1850, and died in Hall Co., Ga., in A. D. 1872. He married Mary Davis. 
Their only child is — 

Bailev C. Lomax, born about A. 1). 1871. His address. Alto, Hall Co., 
Ga. The father descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled 
in Rockingham Co., N. C 



2i8 A. D. US50. 

1850. LOUISA STOUT, daughter of Martha Ann and La Fayette Stout. 
was born in Orange Co., Ind., June 10, A. D. 1S50, and married Isaac McBride. 
Their children are — 

M.xRCis E. McBride. born April 6, A. D. 1887. 

Fk.wklin L. McBkide, born Sept. 6, A. D. 1888. Address. Paoli, In.i. 
The mother descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in 
Rockingham Co , N. C. 

1S50. ALFRED M. SHORT, son of Ablina and Albert G. Short, was 
born in Surry Co., N. C, June 19, A. D. 1S50. Address, Mt. Airy. Surry Co., 
N. C. He married Lemecia Haymore, April 19, A. D. 1877. Their chiidrtn 
are— 

Cora B. Short, born Feb. 15, A. I). 1878. 

DoR.\ A. Short, born Feb. 10, A. D. 1881. 

Edgar R. Shokt, born Sept, 13, A. D. 18S4. 

J.\MES L. Short, born Oct. 13, A. D. 1.S86. The father descends from 
William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1S50. President Taylor died, and Millard Fillmore, the Vice President. 
assumed the administration of the remaining part of the i6th Presidenti.'.l 
term, on July 10, A, 1). 1S50 

1JJ50. CAROLINE LOALAX, daughter of Martha I. and Alfred Lomax, 
was born Nov. i, A. I). 1S50, 14th Yictcjria and 2d year i6th Presidential term, 
Fillmore; and married J. H. Palmer, .\dclress, Stoutland, La Clede Co., Mo. 
Their children are— 

Amanda Palmer, born about A. O. 1870. 

Edith Palmer, " '* •• 1873. 

Robert Lei-: Palmer," " " 1874. The mother descends from 

William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1850. IR.A LONLAX. of North Carolina, wrote a letter to Gen. L. L. 
Lomax, of Blacksburg. Va.. encjuiring the name ot his grandfather. The Ktu-r 
was lost, and this i; ail 1 know of Ira Lomax. I guess he was born abnut 
A. D. 1S50. 

1S50. In A. D. 1S50 the Roman Catholics fust intruded a regular oi^.ui- 
izaliou in England, with diocesan Bishops and a full Roman hierarchy. - 
Reasons for Being a Churchman, p. 2 

1850. DR. JAMES BROWN KERSEV, .son 01 Mary Lomax and iu-: 
husband. Dr. Silas H. Kersey, was born in Valpar.iiso. Ind., about .\. D- .^>'' 
and married Ruth HuUinger, Dec 18, A. D. 1875. Address. Marion, !•).;. 
Their children are — 

LiLV Belle Kersev, born Jan. 3. .A. D. 1877; died .Mar. n, A. D. iSSi. 

Mary B. Kersev, born .May 2S, A. I). i88i. 

Josephine T. Kersev, born .May 27, A. D. 1883; died July 7, A. J). '^V- 
The father descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled n 
Rockingham Co., N. C. 



A. D. i85t. ^'9 

,,. JOHNTHOMAS .OMAX^ ESQ son ^,' HU.a.e,,, .. ,an,. 
Lomax, wa. born in P^O' Co ■ T^n" • 1'" • '^-^^ ^ .„ ,_, cle.le 

honta,. Randolph Co.. Ark. He mirr.ed DJ.U.h L, 
CO., Mo , in May, A. D. ,873- T'.e.r Cdd .- ^^^^^^.^_^ 

Claudius E. Lomax, born about A. D. ibSi. 

Galen Lomax. ;; '' ]_ J^^^" ^.^^ j^^ ^^ ,) ,^- 

Maud Lomax. ^^ ^ ^^^^ j^j^ Lomax weni Wot m 

A:,^^r;rT:.en.a.ed«a.i.....P^*»--.:-^^^^^ 

--;^rr.fo.^r:!r t ^ -r He i.. ....a .^^..^e 

duties of his profession at Pocahontas. Ark. In poht.cs 

., CORNP.,.US .-..X. voun^es. .on o, ---- -H- "X 

Dec. 25. A D. 1857. The children are- 

ViCTOR Lomax. born Nov. 8, A. D. 187S. 
Gertie Lomax. born Dec 26, ^^^^ i^^3- 

JESSIE '-O^'--^-"^'^^-*^'^!^-,:^'- Thef^Uherisafarn^er. an-l d.- 
N6RA Lomax. born Aug- 2, A. D. '•^:'^, ^ ,^,1 ;,, Kockin:4l.am 

scends from W.lUam Lomax. the Lnsl'-Hman. uhoseu 
Co N C. Address, Algiers City, Ind. 

" « UMl 1 1AM lOSlAH GOODWIN, son of Sallie and Jesse Good- 

IT :ri'- H^r ::d"s.a':'rr:;ne'C>:;.'^-. . a. o. ... •>■■- 

'> '"'"ZriKC, aooo.,.. born An. .o, A. 0. .S.S-. died JnU- =.. A. D. 

1881. ^ A 1) iSSo; died N.)v. 10, A. D. 
■^"^ '"°T^ drr-.' ^ DS« and ,i,efi.,b:rn,arr,ed Mary, ane 

1882. The mother died — 2b, a. '^- ''^^ • 
Spurlock. Aug. 6 A. D. .SSi. Their cnldren are- 

IVA Goodwin, born Oct 24, A. U. .^^2^ ^^ _^^^ 

DENER Goot^wiN. born Marx 12^ A. iSS. ch^i] ^_^^ ^^ ^ ,^ 

Jesse Lemon Goodwin, born Sept -.-,. n. 
1S87. , ,) ^^c^ The Sfcnnd wife i\\^^\ 

man, who came fr-.m Georgia to Tennessee. 

.SS.. )AMK.SCHN.n>...son,,rSa.U,..n.. 

^^,"7„!fr;^';:t ^a-'s'" A.M^'- -.„,,. „i. ri.eir ,.„„dr., are- 



was 



born March ;„ A. D. 1852. Address, ^lum 
Charles Schneider born March 7, A. u. 



220 A. D. 1851. 

Annie Schneider, born Jan. 9, A. D. 1874. The father descends from 
Theophilus Lomax, the Englishman, wlio came from Tennessee to Ilhnois 

1851. SARAH JANE LOMAX, danghter of Elizabetli and John Willi. 
Lomax, was born in Abbeville County, S. C, May 20, A. D. 1851, and mar- 
ried Joel T. Townsend, Nov. 16, A. I). 1.S76. Address, Cokesbury, S. C. 
Their children are— 

Milton Acker Townsend. born Nov. 3, A. D. 1877. 

Joel Lomax Townsend, born March 30, A. I). 1880. 

John 1'letcher Townsend, born July 29, A. D. 1882. 

William Capers Townsend, born Sept. 15, A. D. 1884. The childrtii 
were all born in Abbeville Covmty, S. C. 'i'hc mother descends from \Villiai;i 
Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County, N. C. 

1851. DR. JOSEPH NELSON .STUDY, son of Sarah and Henry Study, 
was born in Wayne County, Indiana, May 31, A. D. 1851, and married Miss 
Margarette E. Medaris, March 13, A. I) 1873 Their child is— 

Mary Josephine Study, horn April 15, A. D. 1874. The residence oi 
this family is, Cambridge City, Indiana. Dr. J. N. Study is one of the leading 
physicians in his part of the county, In politics he is a Democrat. He de- 
scends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 
County, N. C. 

J851. CYNTHIA LOMAX, daughter of Angeline Keller and her hus- 
band Capt. William Arnold Lomax, was born in Abbeville County, S. C, July 
28, A. D. 1851, 15th Victoria and 3d year i6th Presidential term. Filhnote. 
She married S. T. Munday. Adilress, Abbeville, S. C. She descends from 
William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County, N. C. 

1851. MARY C.WILLBURN, daughter of Winnie and Dr. Josiah Wili- 
burn, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., Aug. 27, A. D. 185 1, and married Dr. 
J. H. Stanley, Mar. 3, A.D. 1870. Their children are - 

Joseph B. Stanley, born Mar. 20, A D. 1871, and died Nov. 6, same 
year. 

F. E. Stanley, born Apr. 5, A. D. iSSi. Address, Beardstown, Tenn. 
The mother descends from .Samuel Loma.x, the Englishman, who came from 
Georgia to Tennessee. 

1851. ISRAEL LOMAX, son ofMarlha Holt and her husband, James Avery 
Loma.x, was born in Holmes Co., Miss.. Nov. 22. A. D. 1S51. He marrit-d 
Mrs. Mary Brown, in June, A. D. 1873. She died March 7, A. I). 1878. Their 
children are — 

Rosa Lo^L\x. born about A. D. 1874. 

James Lomax. born about A. D. 1876. 

He married Mr.s. Clara Butts, Feb. 9, A. D. 18S1. Their child is - 

Joseph Lomax, born about A. D. 18S2. 

The second wife died Jime 17, y\. D. 18SS, and he married Mrs. Belle Per- 
civelle, July 25, A. D. 18S9. Address, Meridian. Tex. The father descends 
from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C 



I A. D. 1852. 221 

I 

I 1851. MATILDA LOMAX, daughter ot Martha and Silas R. I.omax, 

i was born in Pike Counly, III., Dec. 2, A. D. 1851. Her address, Rockport. 
I Pike County. 111. She married Nathan Cressnian, Sept. 22, A. D. 1S72. Their 
I children are — 

Mattie Cres.sm.vn, born Sept. 12, A. D. 1S73 
Charles N. Cressman, born Aug. i, A. D. J884. 

Edna M. Cressman, born Feb. 4, A D. 1886; died July 14, A. D. 1SS8. 
The mother of these children is a member of tiie "Christian" denomination. 
The father was born in Columbia, Monroe County. The mother descends 
from Theophilus Lomax, the Englishman, who came trom Tennessee to 
Illinois. 

1851- JULIET P. LOMAX, daughter of Ann and Asahel Lomax, was 
born in the State of Illinois, about A. D. 1851, and married G. P. Thompson. 
Address, Nampa, Idaho. The wife descends from William Lomax, the 
Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County, North Carolina. 

1852. JAMES WESLEY LOMAX, son of Anna^Shank and her husband 
Capt. John Lomax, was born in Adams County, 111., Jan. 16, A. D. 1852. His 
address, La Clede, Mo. He married Alsina Artlip, Sept. i, A D. 1880. Their 
children are— 

James Clare Lo.ma.x, born July 7, A. D. 1881. 

Anna May Lomax, born Jan. 7, A. D. 1883. 

loHN Artlip Lomax, born Jan. 25. A. D. 1886. The head of this family 
js a grocer by occupation, and descends from Thomas Lomax, the English- 
man, who settled in Tennessee, and died in the American army, in Florida. 

1852. WILLIAM ALFRED BRYANT, son of Isabel Lomax and !ier 
husband, Samuel Ross Bryant, was'born Feb. 7, A. D. 1852, and died Sept. 
3, A. D. 1886. He married Miss Ella L. Bartholomew, at Englewood, 111., 
Sept. 23, A. D. 187^. Their children are— 

Carvl Hubert Bryant, born Aug. 19, A. D. 1878; died Jan. 12, A. D. 
1879. 

Ross Le Roy Bryant, born Oct. 22, A. D. 1881. The mother and son 
reside in Valparaiso. The son is the only living descendant of Isabel Lomax, 
and the father ol these two children descended from William Lomax, of Rock- 
ingham Co., N. C. He was a Presbyterian and a Democrat. He was also a 
Knight Templar in the Masonic fraternity, and in occupation a druggist. 

1852. AMANDA JANE LOMAX. daughter of Mary Howard and her hus- 
band, Henry J. Lomax, was born Feb. 11, A. I). 1852, and married John Scott. 

1852. TEMPERANCE LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth Horner and her 
husband, James Lomax, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., F'eb. 15, A. D. 1852, 
and married Horner Cude. .She descends from Samuel Lomax, the English- 
man, who came from (jeorgia to Tennessee. 

1852. MARY ANN* LOMAX, daughter of Mary and Samuel Wesley Lo- 
max, was born May i. A. 1). 1852, 15th X'ictoria, and 4th year i6th Presidential 
Term, Fillmore. She married I- P. Colvin, Oct. 12, A. D. 1S71. Rev. D. H. 



222 A. D. 1S52. 

Burt performed tlie marriage ceremony. Mr Colviii was born June 6, A. I). 
1852, in Soutli Carolina. Their children are— 

William Wkslhy Colvin, born Sept. 7, A. D. 1872; died in Oct., A. D. 
1S76. 

Lewis nvNiKi. Col\in, born Apr. 15, A. D. 1875. 

Gkorge Anslkv Colvin, born Jan. 7, A. D. 1878; died in Nov , A. IX 
iSSo. 

Thomas Gkavks Colvin, bt^^rn Apr. i, A D. i8Sj. 

Jane PIsthlk Colvin, born Dec. 18, A. D. 1882. 

Mary RiiUKccA Colvin, born Jnly 7, A. 1). 1885. 

Bertmik Coiain, l)()rn JaiL 9, A. D. 188S. Family address, Simsboro, 
La. Mr. Colvin is a Baptist, Democrat, farmer, and a member of the Police 
Jury. Tlie mother descends fr<im William Lomax, the Englisiiman, who set- 
tled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1S52. WILLI.'XM THONLAS LDMONDS. son of Mary Ann Loma.x .md 
her husband John Meriot Edmonds, was born in JefTerson Co., Ill , May 22, 
A. D. 1852, and married Mary Elizabeth Seratt, Feb. 24, A. D. 1S71, in Craw- 
ford Co., Ark. She was born May 24, A. D. 1851. Their ciiildren are— 

Marv Susan Edmonds, born Feb. 3, A. D. 1872. 

Irena Margaket Edmonds, born Jan. 28, A. D. 1875. 

Anna I5elle Edmonds, born Aug. 27, A. D. 1877. 

BfsiRis Edmonds, born Jan. 30, A. D. 1S82. 

AUGUSTUS Edmonds, born March 31, A. D. 1885. 

Daisie May I'.dmcjnds, born Oct. 16, A. D. 18S8. The first, second, 
fourth and fifth were born in Crawford Co., Ark., the third"in Cherokee Co., 
Kans., and the sixth in Washington Co , Ark. The head of the family enii 
grated to Arkansas in A. D. 1870. He is in politics "independent " or non- 
partisan, in occupation a farmer, and is a member of the Farmers ami 
Laborers' Union of America. He descends from Theophilus Lomax, the 
Elnglishman, who came from Tennessee to Illinois. 

1852. WINIHELD S DOGHERTY, son of Nancy and William 1-. 
Dogherty, was born in Perry Co., Tenn , Sept. 12, A. D. 1852, 16th X'ictori.i 
and 4th year i6tli Presidential term, Fillmore; and married Cassie {ohnson. 
May 12, A. D. iSSi. She was born June 25, A. D. 1S62. Their children are— 

William E. Dogherty, born Aug. 19, A. D. 1882. 

James H. Dogherty, born Jan. 27, A. D. 1884. 

Thomas A. Dogherty, born I<"eb. 26, A. D. 1887. 

WiNMELD |. Dogherty, born Jan. 27, A. D. 1S89. The children were 
born in Rii)!ey Co , .Mo. The father descends from Samuel Lomax. the h'ng- 
lishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee 

1852. ZI:N'0 stout, son of Martha Ann and l,a Fayette Stout, was born 
in Orange Co. Ind., Nov. 12. [\.. D. 1852, and married Rachel Harned, .M.irch 
18. A. D. 1S77. She was born Dec. 11, A. I). 1852. Address, Youngs Creek, 
Ind. Their children are— 

Elsworth Stout, born Nov. 24, A. D. 1877. 



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ViCTOKY Stout, born Feb 7. A. 1). iSSi. 
Debhie Sroi'T, born March lo, A. D. 1SS5. 
Lizzie Stoi't, born March 12, A. D. 1SS7. 

Aluert Stout, born July 6, A. 1). 1SS9 The father descends from Wil- 
I in) Lomax. the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co , N. C. 

1852. NEWTON CALVIN RROWNLEE, son of J. A. Brownlee and 

is wife Mary Jane, was born Nov. 25, A. D. 1852, and married Louda A. Ar- 

■ •.>ld, Nov. 25, A. D. 1S77. Their children are two boys ami three ^irls. The 

ther descends from William Loniax, the p:nglishman, who settled in Rock- 

igham Co., N. C. Address, Yanceville, Boshier Parish, La. 

1S52. ANSON LO^L'\X, ESQ., Agent, 167 Blackburn Road, Bolton. 

Jig., son of Mary Lomax and her husband Henry Lomax, was born near 

arwood, P'ng., in A. D. 1S52 and was married. His children are— a son born 

joui A. D. 1876, and a daughter born about A. D. 1878, both born in Bolton. 

The father is oui of the Committee men in charge of the Bolton Library and 

holds an honorable position in the city government. He belongs to the Har- 

wood branch of the family. 

1852. M.-\RIA JANE LOMAX, daughter of Cyrus Lomax, was born in 
Indiana about A.I). 1852, and married O. P. Kane. Address, Paoli, Ind. 
She descends from William Loinax, the Englishman, who settled in Rocking- 
ham Co., N. C. 

1853. ^L'^RY DEANDRIL LOMAX, daughter Nancy and George W. 
A.J. Loniax, was born in Hail Co , Ga., Jan. 3. A. D. 1853. Address, Chest- 
nut Gap, Fannin Co.. Ga. Siie married Alfred M. Dillard, May 21, A. 1). 1S72. 
Their children are — 

WiLMAM Leander Dillard. born July t6, A. D. 1S74. 

Nancv Jane Dillakij, born May 28, A. I). 1876, 

Martha Cordelia Dillard born Jan. 25, A. D. 1878. 

Mary Arkansas Dillard, born Sept. 29. A. D. 18S0. 

Lily Alafair Dillard, born July 18, A. D. 1883 

John Francis L. Dillard, born Apr. 3, A. D. 1887. The mother des- 
cends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., 
N. C. 

1853. ELIZABETH LOMAX, daughter of Matilda Monaic and her hu.s- 
band, Sydney Lomax, was born Jan. 15, A. D. 1853, and married Adam Hol- 
linger, Jan. — , A. D. 1875. Slie died June 18, A. D. 1885. Their children 
are — 

Mary Holi.inger, born about A. D. 1876. 

Lavitia Hollinger, born about A. D. 1878. 

Josephine Hollinger, born about A. D. 18S0. 

Matilda Hollinger, born about A. D. 18S2. Address, Steadham, Ala. 
The mother descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in 
Rockingham Co., N C. 

1853. BERTHA JANE LOMAX. daughter of Lentsford Lomax, was 
born in Orange Co., Ind., Jan. 31, A. D. 1853, and married Mr. Langston. 



224 A. D. 1853. 

Address, Paoli, Ind. She descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, 
who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1S53. ISA-VC E. SHORT, son of Ablina and Albert G. Short, was born 
in Surry Co , North Carolina, F'eb. 19, A. D. 1S53. Residence, BigR Creek, 
Stokes Co.. N. C. He married Sella Frane, Aug. i, A. D 1872. Their 
children are — . .,. 

SrsAN AB.A.L1NA SHORT, born Sept. 2, A. D. 1S74. 

George Walter Short, born Mar. 30, A. D. 1S76. 

William Andrew Short, born Feb. 3, A. D. 1878. 

Emslev Isaac Short, born Aug. 30, A. D. 1879. 

Alice Short, born Feb. 17, A. D. i88r. ^ , 

E.mma Short, born Aug. 2, A. D. 1883. 

James Albert Short, born Mar. 25, A. D. 1885. 

Marcus Short, born Mar 30, A. D. 1886. 

Oscar Short, born Apr. 16, A. D. 1888. The eldest son was born in 
Surry Co., and all the others in Stokes, N. C. The father descends <rom Wil- 
liam Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1853. On March 4, A. D. 1853, Franklin Pierce commenced the admin- 
istration ol the 17th Presidential Term. 

1853. JAMES DAVID KIRKPATRICK. son of Sarah Jane Rayburn 
and her husband W E. Kirkpatrick, was born March 28, A. D. 1854, i6th 
Victoria, and first year 17th Presidential Term, Pierce. He married Nora 
Hight at Cave Springs, Ga., Oct. 14, A. D. 1S80. Their child is— 

Lena Olive Kirkpatrick, born June 4, A. D. t88i, died Sept. 26, A. D. 
1881. Address, Kirk's Grove, Ala. The father descends from William Lo- 
max, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1853. MARY FRANCES LOMAX, daughter of Benjamin Lomax and 
his wife Sarah Terry, was born in Knox Co., 111., May 27, A. D. 1853, and mar- 
ried Milton J. Sprague in Marysville, Mo., Aug. 31, A. D 1S76. He was born 
Dec. 23, A. D. 1849. Address, Saltillo, Neb. Their children are— 
, Charles C. Sprague, born April 9. A. I). 1878. 

J LouRiE May Sprague, born Jan. 16, A. D. 1883. 

Fannie I). Sprague, born March 30, A. D. 1884. 

RoLLiE M. Sprague, born May 6, A. D. 1888. 

Thomas O. Sprague. born Feb. 6, A. D. 1891. In politics, "Republican." 
The mother descends from Thomas Lomax of Danville, Ky. 
/' 1S53. CATHERINE ANN LOMAX. daughter of Mary Howard and hei 

husband, Henry J. Lomax, was born May 27, A. D. 1853, ■m\(\ married Robert 
Scott, I'nion Grove, Mo. 

1853. NANCY CAROLINE GOODWIN', ilaughter of Sallie and Jes.se 
Goodwin, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., June 10, A. D. 1.S53. and marrieil 
William Wiggs. Oct. 27, A. 1). 1872. He died Jan. 17, A. D. iSSu. Address, 
Keardslown, Tenn. Their children are — 

James William Whiggs, born July 10. A. 1). 1875. 



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I 

5 Andrew Houston Wiggs, born Sept. 24, A. D. 1877. 

t Simeon Archibald Wiggs, born Jan. 29, A. D. 1S80. All were born in 

I Perry Co. The mother descends from Samuel Loma.x, the Englishman, who 

f came from Georgia to Tennessee. 
I 

I 1853. ABBEY JOSEPHINE STUDY, daughter of Sarah and Henry 

? . Study, was born in Wayne County. Indiana, June 25, A. D. 1853, '7tli Victoria 

I and ist year 17th Presidential term, Pierce; and married James H. Nichols, 

i June 15, A. D. 1872. Their child is— 

I Josephine Blanch Nichols, born August 18, A. D. 1873. The mother 

\ descends from William Lomax, of Rockingiiam County, N. C. She is a 

telegrapher by occupation, and has followed that business many years. 

1853. lOHN L. RICHARDSON, son ol Louisa Ann Lomax, and her 
\ husband, William Richardson, was born Oct. 17, A. D. 1853. Address, Turner, 
f Monroe County, Ark. He married Ella Gwynne, and descends from William 

Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County, N. C. 

1853. TERRENCE J. LOMAX, son of Sarah Brownlee and her husband 
Tillman Lomax, was born about A. D. 1853, and married Miss Tominiel Garret, 
about A. D. J875. Address, Durant, Miss. Their children are — 

i . Sallif. Lomax, born about A. D. 1876. 

'. . Mary Lomax, " " " 187S. 

Samuel Lomax, " " " 1880. The father of this family descends 

from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County, 

1 ''■''■ 

! 1853. JOHN W. LOMAX, son of Rebecca Terry and her husband, Elijah 

Lomax, was born near Bowling Green, Ky., Dec. 15, A. D. 1853, and married 
Emma Veach. Address, Abingdon, Knox Co., III. Their children are— 

! Ethel Lomax, born June 22, A D. 1877. 

; ■ Charles Lomax, born Feb. 16, A. D. 1876. The father and children 

descend from Thomas Lomax, of Danville, Ky. 

1854. ELIZABETH REBFiCCA LOMAX, daughter of Martha and Silas 
R. Lomax, was born in Rockport, 111., Jan. 6, A. D. 1854. She married Ben- 
jamin Newby, Nov. 23. A. D. 1870. He was a native of Mo., and died of 
pleuro pneumonia. Mar. 22, A. D. 1880— on his birthday. They had one child— 

Homer V. Newbv, born Dec. 3, A. D. 1876. The lather was a member 
of the " Christian Church."' The widow married Rev. Thomas J. Keller, June 
23, A. D. 1881. He was born Feb. 28, A. D. 1849. Their children are— 

Mary Irena Keller, born May 10, A. D. 1884. 

Lizzie M. Keller, born Jan. 23, A. D. 188S; died Dec. 5, A. D. 1888. 

John Pail Keller, born Nov. 9, A. D. 1S89. This child was born in 
Rogers. Ark. Both parents are metnbers of the "Christian Church," in which 
the husband is a minister. He is a dealer in saddlery and harness, at Rogers. 
The mother descends from Theophihis Lomax, an Englishman, who first 
settled in Tenn., and afterwards came to 111. 



226 A. D. iS;, 

1S-4 On May 31. A. D. 1S54, " the Missouri Compromise " was repealed 
In- Con-ress. It was done by the Democrats, under the lead of Senator 
Stephen^A. Dou-las, in wh.cli act they treacherously abandoned their avowed 
•rniciples. as stated in the Democratic platform. 

1S54. MARSHAL VALENTINE LOMAX, son of Elender Ditto and 
l,^r husband William Pemlott Lomax. was born in Orange Co.. hui.. 
Leb. 14. A. D. 1S54. He married Elizabeth Randall. Their children are- 

MiLi iH Belle Lo.max, born Sept. 19, A. D. 1S81. 

ViRGiNLx Ellen Lomax. born May 29. A. D. 1883; died June 5. A. P- 

1S83. 

Wii LiAM Randall Lomax, born July 9. A. D. 1884. 

All the children were born in Pueblo Co., Colorado. The father descends 
from William Loma.x, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co . N.t- 
I do not know whv the first part of the Christian name is " Marshal, but 1 
^uess the middle part of the name-" Valentine "-.s to commemorate the 
fact that his birth was on St. Valentine's day. 

1854 JAMES E. LOMAX, .son of Elizabeth and John W. Loma.x, was 
born Feb. 22, A. D. 1S44, and married Miss Jennie Black, Dec. 21, A. D. i^S:. 
Their children are— 

Ma(;gie Lizzie Lomax, born Dec. 7, A. D. 1884. 

Iamfs Victor Lomax, born July 26. A. D. 1886. Address. AbbevilU', 
S C The children were born in Abbeville Co., S. C. Their father's occu- 
pation, a farmer. He descends from William Lomax, the Enehsliman, uho 
settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1854. RACHEL GRISELDA BROWN, daughter of Jonathan Lomax 
Brown and his wife, Sarah Ann, was born >Lar. 5, A. D. 1S54- 17th \ irtoii.L 
and 2d year 17th Presidential Term, Pierre-\n Orange Co., Ind., and maitu>i 
John M. Blakeley. Apr. 11, A. D. 1883, in said Orange county. Addre.ss. l^o^- 
worlh. Mo. Their child is — 

Robert Louis Bl.vkelev, born July 22, A. D. 1884, in Carroll countN. 
Mo. The mother descends from William Lomax, the Enghshman, who settu.i 
in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1S54. JAMES ARTHUR CRANOR. son of Charlotte Ann Study and 
her husband, Frederic Cranor. was born near Williamsburg, Ind,. ^^""^^^f- 
A. D. 1854, and married Ella Reynolds, Sept. 26, A. D. 1877. Addres.s. u • 
l.an ^burg, Ind. They have no children. Mr. Cranor descends Irom W iH'.on 
Lon a.x, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

.054. Pope Pius IX. promulgated the dogma of the Immaculate Con- 
:ei ion, in A. D. 1854.— Oi. Be. v. 6 p. 63. 

1854. On March 3', A. D. 1854, Commodore Perry signed a treaty be- 
tw. n Japan and the United States, at Veddo. No other nation has bcc 
abl to secure a like treaty with Japan for near two centuries. 



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I A. IX 1854. 227 

I ,854. JOHN CALHOUN LOMAX, son of Mary and Col. James William 

Lomax, was born Apr. 16, A. D. 1854. Address, No. 13 Reynolds St.. 
T Augusta, Ga. He married Annie Watkins. of LoundesviUe. S. C, Oct. 17, 
^ A. D. 1886. In occupation he is a railroad clerk. Their child is — 

Jamf.s Watkins Lomax, born Aug. 12, A. D. 1887. The father and .son 
descend from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 

i Co., N. C. 

I 1854. LOUISA A. LOMAX, daughter of Anna Shank and her husband. 

I Capt. John Lomax. was born in Adams Co . 111., Apr. 17, A. D. 1S54, and mar- 

I ried Oilman Reed, Mar. 26, A. D. 1874. Address, Wyandotte. Kans. Tiieir 

S children are — 

I Anna Maud Reed, born Feb. 25. A. D. 1875; died July 19. A. I). 1S76. 

[ Howard Oilman Reed, born Sept. 18, A. D. 1S77. 

[ Edith Louisa Reed, born May 23. A. D. 1879. The mother descends 

i from Thomas Lomax, the Englishman, of East Tenn., who died in the army 

i in Florida. 

I 1854. NANCY JANE LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth Truax and her 

1 ' husband, Josephus Lomax, was born July 24, A. D. 1854. i8th Victoria, and 
i 2d year 17th FVesidential Term, /*/<rr<:<?/ and married Jacob Goodwin, Oct. 

\ 28, A. D. 1869 He was born Feb. 28, A. D. 1843. Their ciiildren ate — 

Elizabeth Goodwin, born Apr. 8, A. D 1871: died Mar. 21, A. I). 1S80. 

Eliza M. Goodwin, born Nov. 8, A. D. 1872. 
• Mary A. Goodwin, born Apr. i, A. D. 1874 ; died Jan. 9, A. D. 1875. 

John T. Goodwin, born Jan. 17, A. D. 1876. 

Iames W. Goodwin, born Aug. 28, A. D. 1878. 

Sarah Ruth Goodwin, born Sept. 15, A. D. 1880. 

Jacob Calvin Goodwin, born May i, A. D. 1883. 

Louie Ellie Goodwin, born Sept. 8, A D. 1885. 

Minnie Belle Goodwin, born May 19, A. D. 18S7; died A-.:g. 16, A. I). 
1887. Address, Taylorsville, Ky. The mother descends from William Lo- 
max, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1854. MARY ALICE CRANOR, daughter of Elizabeth Smith Study and 
her husband. Rev. John Cranor, was born Aug. 16, A. D. 1854, and married 
Asa P. Yelvington, May 17, A. D. 1876. Their children are— 

Robert L. Yelvington, born Mar. 26, A. D. 1877. 

Bardella Frav Yelvington, born Nov. 17, A. D. 1S7S. 

Mildred Yelvington, horn Aug. 24, A. D. 1880. 

Herschel Yelvington, born Oct. 26, A. D. 1S86. Address, Williams- 
burg, Ind. Mr. Yelvington is a carpenter by occupatioiL The mother 
descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 
Co., N. C. 

-^ 1854. CHARLES EWING LOMAX, son of Mary How.ard and her hiis- 
, band, Henry J. Lomax, was born Sept. 6, A. D. 1854, and married Sophia 
Mc Lain. 



228 A. D. 1855. 

1S54. LOISA I.BROVVNLEE, daughter of Mary Jane and John A. Brown- 
lee, was born Sept. 28, A. D. 1854, and married John M.Arnold, Sept. 23, 
A. D. 1874. They have five sons and two dauphters. Address, Yanceville, 
Boshire Parish, La. Tlie mother descends from Wilham Lomax, the English- 
man, who came to, and settled in, Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1854. CORINA J. ARMFIELD, daugliter of Thankful Short and her 
husband, Hamilton Armfield, was born Sept. 28, A. D. 1854, and married J. M 
Moon, May 11, A. D. 1S77. He is timber inspector for the Virginia and North 
Carolina Wheel Co., in Richmond, Va. Their child is — 

Victor Murray Moon, born Feb. 17, A. D. 1878. The mother and 
child descend from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rocking- 
ham Co., N. C. 

1854. JAMES HORNER CUDE, son of Mary Jane Hufistedler and her 
husband, UMlIiam Hodge Cude, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., Oct. 22, A. D. 
1854, and died in Humphreys Co., Tenn., May 4, A. D. 1876. He married 
Madora Elizabeth Fowlkes, in said county, Jan 20, A. D. 1875. She died in 
Aug., A. D. 187S. They had no children. The husband descends from Sam- 
uel Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1854. WILLIAM PEIRSON LOMAX, son ol Amy and Samuel Wesley 
Lomax, was born in Laurens Co., S. C. 13ec. 19, A. D. 1854, He left South 
Carolina Nov. 4, A. D. 1869, and moved to Claiborne Parish, La., and married 
Miss Harriet H. Holmes, of Lincoln Parish, Apr. 14, A. D. 1878. Their 
children are— 

Amy Elizabeth Lomax, born Nov. 9, A. D. 1878. 

Louis Pierre Lomax, born Sept. 24, A. D. 18S0. 

JosiAH LoLLEY LoMAX, born Nov. 24, A. D. 1882; died July i, A. D. 
1883. 

William Almer Lomax, born Nov. 28, A. D. 18S4. 

Samuel Jesse Lomax, born F'eb. i, A. D. 18S7. The father is a carpenter 
by occupation. Address, Simsboro, Lincoln Parish, La. He descends Irom 
William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1854. SUSAN LOMAX, daughter of Mary Ann Davis and her husband, 
JohnT-omax, was born about A. D. 1854. and married Peter Doop, or Dopp, 
of Kinderhouk, III. She descends from Theophiliis Lomax, the Englishman, 
who came from Sevier Co., Tenn., to Pike Co., 111. Address, Kinderhook. 
Illinois. 

1855 FLORENCE Hf'LEN CHARLES, daughter of Margaret Helen 
Brown and her husband, William Charles, was born in Martin Co., Ind., Feb- 
13, A. D. 1855. She married Louis I-'isk. Address, Butler, Bates Co., Mo. 
They have no children. She tlescends Irom tlie Englishman, William Lomax, 
who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1855. MARY LOMAX, daughter of Martha A. Roberts and her husband, 
Silas R. Lomax, was born at Rockport, Pike Co., 111.. July 18. A. D. 185.S, 19^'! 
Victoria, and 3d year 17th Presidential Term, Pierce ; and married William 



A. D. 1855. 229 

Mc Colister, ol that place. She descends from Theophik)s Lomax, the Eng- 
lishman, who came from Sevier Co., Tenn., to Pike Co., 111. 

1855. SARAH ELIZABETH SHUGART, daughter of Nancy Lomax 
and her husband, Henry Shugart, was born Aug. 9, A. D. 1855, in Grant Co., 
Ind. She married Rev. Marcus M. Thomas, Oct. 25, A. D. 1871. Their child- 
ren are — 

Ethei,bert Thomas, born Dec. 25, A. 0.1873. 

Nancy Annie Thomas, born Nov. ir, A. D. 1875. The husband is a 
preacher in the "United Brethren" denomination. Address, Genda Springs, 
Kans. The wife descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled 
in Rogkingham Co., N. C. 

1855. LIZZIE LOMAX, daughter of Angeline Keller and her husband. 
Capt. William A. Lomax, was born in Abbeville Co.. S. C, Aug. 10, A. D. 
1855, and married E. H. Walker. Address, Charlotte, N. C. She descends 
Irom William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co.. N. C. 

1855. MARY ELLA LOMAX, daughter of Josephine Baley and her hus- 
band, Charles Hanibal Lomax, was born in Holmes Co , Miss., Aug. 12, A. D 
1855, and married R. M. Maxwell, of Clark Co., Ark., Oct. 8, A. D. 1871. and 
died in Pike Co., Ark., Feb. 4, A. D. 1873. Their daughter is— 

Cora Ella Maxwell, born in Pike Co., Dec. 12, A. D. 1872. The mother 
descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who came to, and settled in, 
Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1855. JOHN TATE FARRINGTON, son of Susan and Robert Lomax 
Farrington, was born Aug. 29, A. D. 1855, and married Jane D. Davidson, 
Aug. 12, A. D. 1885. The husband descends from William Lomax, the Eng- 
lishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1855. HENRY LOMAX, son of Thomas Lomax, who was the son ol 
John Lomax, was born about A. D. 1855. Address, Rockport. III. 

1855. HON. OZRO N. CRANOR, son of Elizabeth Smith Study and her 
husband. Rev. John Cranor, was born Sept. 4, A. D. 1855, and married Martha 
Jane Arrasmith, Sept. 4, A. D. 187S. Their child is— 

Bertha Cranor, born June 23, A. D. 1879. The mother died Sept. 28, 
A. D. 1879, and the father married Victoria L. Ross, Nov. 22, A. D. 18S3, ^"f^ 
their child is — 

John Ross Cranor, born Aug. 29, A. D. 1884. The fatiier is an attorney 
at law in Muncie, Ind., and was a Representative in the State Legislature in 
A. D. 1889. He is a " Republican," and descends from WilHam Lomax, the 
Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1855. ALBERT C. SHORT, son of Ablina and Albert G. Short, was born 
in Surry Co., N. C, Oct. 31, A. D. 1855. Address, Mt. Airy, Surry Co , N. C. 
He married Mary T. Dicks, Dec. 29, A. D. 1879. He descends horn W^illiam 
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1855. JOHN CANNON FOSTER, son of Savannah Lacy Lomax and 
Iter liusbatid, John Foster, was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, Oct. 31, A. I). 
1S55. Address, Ninety-Six, Abbeville Co., S. C. He married Marion !•:. 
Major, Oct. 13, A. 1). 1SS7. Their child is— 

John Cannon Fostkr. Jr., born July 7, A. D. 1889 The father ami 
child descend from William Lomax, the Enj;lishnian, who settled in Rockinj;- 
hani Co., N. C. 

1S55. RACHEL ANN LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth Tniax and lier 
husband, Josephus Lomax, was born Dec. 25, A. 1). 1855, and married Thto 
dore Hughes, July 26, A. D. 1877. Their children are— 

Annik Hughes, born July 13, A. D. 1879. 

Ika H. Hi'GHKS, born Sept. 2, A. D. 1885. Address, Wakefield, Ky. 
Tlie mother descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, wlio settled in 
Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1S55. JULIAN HUGHER MITCHELL, son of Sophia Dodson Lomax 
and lier husband, Alfred Mitchell, was born in New York city. A. D. 1S55, 
and married Georgia Lake, in A. D. 1889. He descends from [ohn Lomax, 
the printer, wiio came to New York, from Bolton, England. 

1S55. JAMFS WALTER COLLIER, son of ^Lary Ann Lomax and lier 
husband James W. Collier, was born in New York City in A. D. 1855, and 
married Lizzie Hudson, in A. D. 1S84. He descends from John Loma.x, tht- 
.■^ printer, who came trom Bolton. England to New York City. 

1855. KENNEDY H. LOMAX, son of Sarah Brownlee and her husband 
Tillman Lomax. was born about A. D. 1855, and married Miss Ella Lilley. of 
Hazlehurst, Miss., about A. D. 1877. Their child is — 

RonKRT G. Lomax. born about A. D. 1878. The mother died and tiic 
father married Miss Mattie Easley, of McComb City, Miss., about A. D. iSSo, 
and their children are — 

Samuel Lomax, born about A. D. 1S80. 

Alexander A. Lo.max, born about A. D. 1881. Family address. Crystal 
Springs, Miss. Tiie father descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, 
who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1855. MARTHA EMILY LOMAX, daughter of Rachel Bennette and 
her husband, Cyrus Lomax, was born about A. D. 1855, and marrieil Mr. 
Teaford. She descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled 
in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1S55 REV. THOMAS LEECH LOMAX, M. A , Vicar Houghton K- 
Spring, Fence Houses, Durham, England, was born about A. D. 1S55. His 
family's tradition is that they descend from the Clayton ILdI brand). Tiifir 
crest is the lion's head. 

1855. WILLIAM WILBIJRN, son of Dr. Josiah Wilburn, was born in 
Perry Co., Tenn., about A. D. 1S55. His son is— 

\ViLLL\M WiLHUKN, bom about A. D. 187 1. FranWin, Tenn.. is the 
I son's address. They descend from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, wI'l) 
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1855. CHARLES HENRY LOMAX, Rarrister, 23 Cromwell Road. 
Crescent, London, England. I guess he was born about A. D. 1855. His 
address is in the Postal Directory, May, A. D. i8go. 

'855. JOHN LOMAX, 57 College St., Islington, London. Eng. I guess 
he was born about A. D. 1855. ^'^ address is in the Postal Directory, May, 
A. D. 1890. 

1855. JOHN ARTHUR LOMAX, Artist, 39 Alma Sq , London. N. W.. 
Eng. Iguess he was born about A. D. 1855. His address is in the Postal 
Directory, May, A. D. 1890. 

1855. RICHARD LOMAX, Lawyer, 67 St. James St., London, S. W., 
England. His address is in the Postal Directory, May, A. D. 1890. Born 
about A. D. 1855. 

1855. MONTAGUE-LOMAX SMITH, Surgeon, 37 Glouscestcr St., 
Pimlico, W.. London. I guess he was born about A. D. 1855. He may be a 
descendant of Georgiana Matilda Lomax, who was a daughter of Matilda and 
loshua Lomax, of the manor of Childwickbury, and who married Stephen 
Smith, Esq., of Kingbury, County Hertford. His address is in the Postal 
Directory, May, A. D. 1890. 

T856. TEMPERANCE C. GOODWIN, daughter of Sarah H. and Jesse 
Goodwin, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., Jan. 8. A. D. J856, and died in Rip- 
ley Co., Mo., Feb. 23, A. D. 1882. She married William S. Van Dcver, J)ec. 
II, A. D. 1873. He was born in Ripley Co., Mo., Jan. 8, A. D. 1854, and died 
Mar. 3, A. D. 1889. Their children are — 

Ettie J. Van Dever, born in Ripley county. May 22, A. D. 1875; died 
Sept. 25, A. D. 1S76. 

John K. Van Dever, born in Ri[)ley county, Feb. 15, A. D. 1877. 

Lettie Lee Van Dever, born in Ripley county, Dec. 25, A. I). 1878. 
Address, Fairdealing, Mo. The mother descends from Samuel Lomax, the 
Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. She was born on the 
ever memorable date of Gen. Jackson's victory at New Orleans, Jan. 8. 

1856. This year, 1856, James Buchanan was the Democratic nominee for 
President, and the Anti-Democrats nominated John C. P'remont, dropping 
their "Whig" name and generally naming their party the " Pulsion " party. 
At the ensuing November election Buchanan received 174 electoral votes, and 
Fremont 114. 

1856. SARAH JANE LOMAX, daughter of Nancy and George W. A. J. 
Lomax, was born in Hall County, Ga., Feb. 8, A. D. 1856. Address, Chest- 
nut Gap, Fannin County, Ga, She married J. V. E. Mull, Sept. 7, A. D. 1S75. 
Their children are — 

Mary Louiza Mulu, born Jan. 3, A. D. 1877. 

Martha Jane Mule, born Feb. 6, A: D. 1879. 

Senev Cordelia Mull, born Jan. 27, A. D. 1881. 

George William Mi'll, born March 6, A. D. 1883. 



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Joseph Pierce Mull, born Oct. 7, A. D. 1884. 

John Harrison Mull, born Sept. 12, A.D. 1887. 

Sarah Elizabeth Mull, born Jan. 30, A.D. 1889. The mother descends 
from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Countv, 
N. C. 

1856. JOHN WILLIAM GAILEV, son of Mary Katherine and A C. 
Galley, was botn in Habbersham County, Ga., F^^b. 26, A. D. 1856. Address, 
Lula, Banks Coimty, (ia. He married Sarah Catherine Wade, March 25, 
A. D. 1875. Their children are — 

Simpson Svlvanus Gauey, born Jvme 18, A.D. 1877. 

Mary Catherine Gailey, born June 8, A. D. i88o. 

Florence Rice Gailey, born Oct. 6, A. D. 1883; died Aug. 21, A.D. 
1887. 

Beuna Buella Gailey, born May 31, A. D. a886. The father descends 
from William Lon)ax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County, 
N.C. 

1856. EUGENE BERNARD LOMAX, son of Eugenie Du Bose and her 
husband, Dr. Warren George Lomax, was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, Apr. 
I, A. D. 1856, and married Miss Jodie Kelley, Apr. 19, A. D. 1881. Address, 
Houston, Tex. He descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who 
settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1856. SARAH E.MELINE LOMAX, daughter of Elender and William 
Pemlott Lomax, was born in Orange Co., Ind., Apr. 16, A. D. 1856, 19th 
Victoria, and 4th year 17th Presidential Term, Pierce ; ?iX\A married Samuel 
Youngs Case, Aug. 28, A. D. 1873. Address, Colorado Springs, Colo. Their 
children are— 

Albert Leslie Case, born May 30. A. D. 1874. 

Lucia Ivllen Case, born Mar. 5, A. D. 1877. 

Clara Luella Case, born Apr. 3. A. D. 1K81. 

James Garfield Case, born Nov. 30, A. D. 1886. The first was born in 
Alanitou Springs, El Paso Co., Colo.; the second in Salina, Boulder Co., Colo.; 
the third and fourth in Colorado Springs, Colo. The mother descends from 
William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1856. JOHN R. BROWN, son of Martha Jane and Samuel Brown, was 
born in Humphrey Co., Tenn., May 6, A. D. 1856, and married Nancy Gray. 
May 6, A. D. 1872. Address, McEwen,Tenn. Their children are— 

John S. Brown, born May 2, A. D. 1874. 

Molly F. Brown, born in April, A. D. 1876. He married Mary Adams. 
his second wife, June 26, A. D. 1879. 

William R. Brown, born March 14, A. D. 1881. 

Annie P. Brown, born Oct. 14, A. D. 1882. 

S. C. Brown, born July 11, A. D. 1S84. 

M. J. Brown, born June 7, A. D. 1885 

James O. Brown, born Feb. 8, A. D. 1887. The father descends from 
liamucl Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 



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1856 HESTER A. HARRISON. dauKliter of Rachel Maria and Jam-s 
A. Harrison, was born in Martin Co., Ind , Sept. 10, A. D. 1S56, 20 Victoria 
and 4th year 17th Presidential term, Pierce; and married Maran Glick, m 
Carroll County, Mo., Aug. 3, A. D. 1874- Their children are - 
Ariel Glick, born Feb. 12. A. D. 1S76. 

Minnie Florence Glick, born May 10, A. D. 1878 Both children were 
born in Carroll County, Mo. The mother married C E. Wood, m StafTord 
County, Kansas, Feb. 29, A. D 18S1, and their children are— 
Leonard Ber Wood, born March 12, A. D. 1885. 

Rachel Ople Wood, born March 10, A. D. 18S6; both born in Stafford 
Co., aforesaid. The mother descends from William Lomax. the Englishman, 
who settled in Rockingham County, N. C. 

1856. MARTHA SOPHIA DAVIS, daughter of Sarah Caroline Brown 
' C and her husband Thomas H. Davis, was born Sept. 13, A. D. 1856, in Martm 
J County, Ind., and married G irrett Heartsell, March 16, A. D. 1S76. in Orange 
County, Ind. Address, De Witt, Mo. Their children are- 

Samuel CLAUDitJS Heartsell, born June 23, A. D. 1S77, m Orange 
County. Ind. 

loNA Belle Heartsell, born May 28, A. D. 1882. The mother de- 
scends Irom William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 
County, N. C. 

1856. ALWILDA CRANOR, daughter of Elizabeth Smith Study and 

. her husband Rev. John Cranor. was born in Wayne C<>unty, fntl-./J';^-- 7. 

U A. D. 1856, and married Samuel .Saint Myer, Nov. 17, A. D. 1880. Address, 

Williamsburg, Ind. He is a merchant. The wife descends Irom W ilham 

Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County, N. C. 

1856 AT ICE FUGENIA LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth Edwards* and 
her husband William James Lomax. was born Dec. 31, A. D- 1S56, and mar- 
ried Theodore Milton. Apr. 25, A. D. 1877. Address, Augusta, Ga. Their 
/■" children are— 

^ Eugenia Eva Milton, born Feb. 27, A. D. 1881. - 

Irvine Theodore Milton, born Dec. 11, A. D. 1S82. The mother 
descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 
• Co.. N. C. 

i ■ • 1856 CHARLES HENRY LOMAX (Mitchell), born at Cleveland, O.. 

1856 With his mother and brother, joined his Jather at Memphis, Tenn., 

\ 1859 Entered .St. Mary's (Catholic) College, Dayton, O.. 1869 ; assisted his 

father with the census of Coahoma Co., Miss., 1870; attended St. Mary's 

again 187 1 • appointed United States mail messenger and assisted his lather 

> as postmaster at Friar's Point, Miss.. .872-3 ; left home, ,873. and was em- 

> ployed on farms and at other occupations in Illinois and Kentucky, returning 
to Friar's Point, 1874, taking up the business of house pamler. Emigrated 

1 with his father's lamily to Long Branch, N. J.. ,875, and in July of the same 

year entered the naval service as a "landsman," on board the U. S.- ship 

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U. S. steamer " Tuscarora," Mare Island Navy Yard, Cal.; sailed thence to 
Honolulu, H. I. From this place the ship sailed in December, 1875, commis- 
sioned for service in taking a line of deep sea soundings from Honolulu, 
touching at the Fiji Is., thence to Moreton Gulf, Queensland, Australia, arri- 
ving in January, 1876; thence to Sydney, N. S. VV , and in February to the 
Sarnoan or Navigator Group, tiience to Honolulu and San Francisco, vi-here 
the vessel went out of commission ; obtained discharge from the naval service, 
1S76; was employed at the painter's trade until 1877, at Oakland. Finding it 
difficult to obtain employment in a strange country and without money or 
friends, left Oakland to seek employment at any occupation ; after many 
hardships and a tramp to Sacramento, thence to a town called Lincoln, 
obtained a ride on a freight train to Chico, Butte Co., Cal., where employment 
was found on the ranch of Gen. John Bidwell, as farm laborer. In 1878 com- 
menced business at Chico as house, sign and carriage painter. Returned to 
New York, 1879, and learned, with much difficulty, and only by persistent 
effort, the business of job printing. In 1887 he passed a national civil service 
examination for U. .S. Customs Inspector, and was appointed, July, 1888, and 
is still serving in that capacity at the port of New York. Married, 1SS5, Cyn- 
thia Fiske Bunce, at Ridgewood, N.J. Asa student of social economy and 
history, he is a democrat and advocate of the single tax upon land values, and 
hence an absolute free-trader; in advocacy of his economic ideas he has con- 
tributed many letters which have been printed in the daily press of New York 
city. Besides this he takes great interest in the illumination of manuscripts, 
and has executed a number of original designs said to possess considerable 
merit, and in wood-carving has shown excellent taste and skillful execution. 
Curiously enough, he is self taught so far as painting, designing and wood- 
carving are concerned, and owes pretty much all he has achieved to his own 
patient perseverance and, as he says, " much burning of the midnight oil." 

1856. MARY E. LOMAX, daughter of Mary Calhoun and her husband 
Col. James William Lomax, was born in Abbeville, S. C, about A. D. 1856, 
and married Alston Pringle, of Charleston, S. C , and now resides in that city. 
She descends Irom William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rocking- 
ham Co., N. C. 

1857. ANDREW JACKSON DONELSON CUDE, son of Mary Jane 
HnflTstedler and her husband William Hodge Cude, was born in Perry Co.. 
Tenn , Jan. 10, A. D. 1857. *He married Elnora Patterson, Oct. 13, A D. iS^^T- 
They have no children. He descends from Samuel Lomax, the Englisiinian, 
who came from Georgia to Tennessee. Address. Beardstown, Teiiti. 

1S57. JOHN R. LOMAX, son of Barbara Keller and her husband John 
Willis Lomax, was born in Abbeville Co , S. C, P^eb.8, A. D. 1827, and married 
Mary Nancy Mabry, daughter of Mary Julia Keller and her husband Dr. James 
F. Mabry, in said county, Dec. 20, A. D. 1891. Address, Abbeville, S. C. 
Both descend from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rocking- 
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J 1857. LUCY LOMAX, daughter of Elmira Studwick and her husband 

4^ John Tayloe Lomax, was born in Feb., A. D 1857, and married Ed. Gaylc, a 
*^ planter in Yazoo Co., Miss. She descends from John Lomax, the Enghsh- 
man, who settled at Port Tobago, Va. 

1857. On March 4, A. D. 1857, James Buchanan commenced admin- 
istering the i8th Presidential term. 

1857. ELLA LOMAX, daughter of Rebecca Terry and her husband 
[l. Elijah Lomax. was born March 13. A. D. 1857, 20th Victoria, and ist year i8lh 
Presidential term, Buchanan; and married James Wiles. 

1857. BAYARD TAYLOR BALDWIN, son of Mary Lomax and her 

^ husband Dillon Baldwin, was born in Marion, Ind., April 13, A. D. 1S57, and 

^, married Medora Eddelman, at Marion, in Jan., 1892 Address, Marion, Ind. 

The husband descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in 

Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1857. SUSAN ALICE LOMAX. daughter of Josephine Baley and her 

husband Charles Hanibal Lomax. was born in Holmes County, Miss., April 

24, A. D. 1857. She married J. C. Sloan, of Pike County, Ark., Oct. 14, A. D. 

/"^ 1875. Their children are— 

" Wilson Ellis Sloan, born Aug. i.s, A. D. 1877; died April 20, A. D. 1878. 

Julius Winfokd Sloan, born Feb. 17, A. D. 1879. 

EuLA Florenck Sloan, born March 10, A. D- 1881. 

Joseph Harmon Sloan, born Oct. 17, A. D. 1883. 

Ara B. Sloan, born April 8, A. D. t886. Address, McGregor, Texas. 
The mother descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in 
Rockingham County, N. C. 

1857. OBADIAH LOMAX, son of Josephus Lomax, was born April 28, 
A. D. 1857, and married his cousin, Celia Truax, and their children are — 
( Lizzie Lomax, born about A. D. 1877. 

V^' Marv Lomax, " " " 1879. ' 

Zettie Lomax, " " " i88i. 

ZoiL Lomax, " " " 1884. The father descends from Wil- 

liam Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County, N. C. 

1857. AUGUSTUS LOMAX FOSTER, son of Savanna Lacy Lomax 
and her husband John Foster, was born in Abbeville Co., S C, June 14, A. D. 
1857. Address, Bellton, Anderson Co., S. C. He married Tecoa Mattison 
Nov. 14, A. D. 1880. Their children are — 

John Franklin Foster, born Aug. 11, A. D. 1881. 

Savanna Lomax Foster, born Nov. 9, A. D. 18S2. 

losEPH Mattison Foster, Lorn Dec. 29, A. D. 1SS4. 

Caroline Elizameth Foster, born March 8, A. D. 1S86. 

Mary Isabella Foster, born Sept. 22, A. D. 1888. The fatiier movea 
to Anderson Co , in A. D. 1880, and the children were all born in that county. 
He descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, wlio-settled in Rocking- 
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1857. JOHN WILLIAM CUDE, son of Elizabeth Jane and Horner Lu 
max Cude, was born Aur. 23, A. D. 1857, 21st Victoria, and ist year iSth 
Presidential Term, Buchanan ; ?iX\A married Loula Mabel Baker, Feb. 2,s, 
A.D. 1S84. Their child is- 

Harvey Eugkne Cude, born Nov. 4, A. D. 1886. Address, Doniph;ui, 
Mo. The father descends from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who can!*- 
from Ga. to Tenn. 

1857. AMY STOUT, dauglner of Martha Ann and La Fayette Stout, was 
born in Orange Co., Ind., Sept. 5, A. D. 1857, and married James Hammond. 
He was born Aug. 13, A.D. 1851. Address, Young's Creek, Orange Co., Ind. 
Their children are — 

Arthur Marion Hammond, born Nov. 22, A. D. 1876. 

Addik LuTKiNiE Hammond, born Nov. 10, A. D. 1878. 

Edgar Le Roy Hammond, born July 3, A. D. 2883. 

Ora Alice fL\MMOND, born Apr. 5, A. D. 1887. The parents were mar- 
ried Mar. I, A. D. 1S76, The father was born Aug. 13, A. D. 1851. The 
mother descends from William Loma.x, the Englishman, who settled in 
Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1857. MARTHA EMMOGENE SMITH, daughter of Mary Jane and Dr. 
Nicholas S. Smith, was born Dec. 9, A. D. 1857, and married George Hoist- 
apple, Sept 9, A. D. 1S75, in Martin Co., Ind. Their children are — 

Estella Jane Holstapple, born July 8, A. D. 1876. 

Charles Smith Holstapple, born Sept. 25, A. D. 1878. The parent^ 
were divorced and the mother married Pierce Roberts, Nov. 27, y\. D. 18S1. 
in Martin Co., Ind. Their children are — 

William Henry Roberts, born Nov. 17, A. D. 1882. 

Daniel Lkonce Roberts, born Feb. 10, A. D. 1886. 

Chester J. Roberts, born Nov. i, A. D. 1893. All the children were 
born in Martin Co., Ind. The mother descends from William Lomax, thf 
Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1S57. CLARA ANN LOMAX, daughter of Harriet White and her hus- 
band Elijah Harvey Lomax, was born in Warren Co., 111., Dec. 2, A. D. 1S57, 
and married William Bruner in Gentry Co., Mo., July 29, A. D. 1882. Address, 
Conway. Taylor Co., la. Their children are — 

James Clio Bruner, born June 27, A. D. 18S5. 

Luella Belle Bruner, born Jan. 21, A. D. 1890. 

1857. WILLIAM EDWARD LOMAX (Mitchell), born at Cleveland. 
O., 1857 ; died at New York, 1879, "t^ pneumonia, while still sutTering from the 
efTects of yellow fever. Aspired to be an actor, and acted during sever.d 
seasons. Was possessed of considerable talents, a genial nature and a keen 
wit. 

1858. RICHARD COOPER LO.MAX, sou of James Avery Lomax. was 
born Jan. 12, A. D. 1S58. He married Maltie Crites, of Granbury, Tex. .She 
was born in A. D. 1865. Their cliildren are— 



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Katherine Lomax, born in A. D. 1887, 

Portia Lomax, born in A. D. 1889. The father descends from William 
Lomax, the Englishman, \vh(^ settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. He is an 
attorney at law, at Haskell, Tex. He is successful in business, and is doing 
a large amount of real estate business. 

1858. NANCY STOUT, daughter of Jane Lomax and her husband John 
Stout, was born Feb. 4, A. D. 1858, and married Abner F. McBride. Their 
children are— 

Frankie L. McRride, born Sept. 16, A. D. 1888. 

Arcus E. McBride, born April 6, A. D. 1889. Address, Paoli, Ind. 
The mother descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in 
Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1858. ANNA JANE LOMAX, daughter of Elender Ditto and her hus- 
band William Pemlott Lomax, was born in Sullivan Co., Mo., Feb. 7, A. D. 
1858, and married Pressley Critenden Hicox, June 20, A. D. 1880. He was born 
in Illinois, May 14, A. D. 1856. Address, Red Lodge, Mont. Ter. Their 
children are — 

Leonard Critenuen Hicox, born Mar. 30, A. D. 1881; died Aug i, 
A. D. 1882. 

William Roy Hicox, born Mar. 12, A. D. 1883. 

Walter Scott Hicox, born Mar. 5, A. D. 1885. 

Zulu Ethel Hicox, burn Nov. 8, A. D. 1887. 

Paul Erskine Hicox, born Feb. 25, A. D. 1889. The first was born in 
El Paso Co., Colo. ; the second in Pueblo Co., Colo. ; t^ie third in Beaver 
Head Co., Mont. Ter. ; and the last two in Park Co., Mont. Ter. The mother 
descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 
Co., N. C. 

1858. BARBARA LOMAX, daughter of Angeline Keller and her hus- 
band, Capt. William A. Lomax, was born in Abbeville Co., S, C, Mar. i, 
A. D, 1858, and died Nov. 23, A. D. 1S79. ^'^^ married f. F. Townsend, Cokes- 
bury, S. C. 

1858. SOPHIA HELEN BROWN, daughter of Sarah Ann and Jonathan 
Lomax Brown, was born Mar. 31, A. D. 1S58, 21st Victoria, and 2d year 18th 
Presidential Term, Buchanan, in Orange Co., Ind., and married Charles W. 
Newland, M. D., Nov. S, A. D. 1882, in said county. Address, Bogart, Mo. 
Their children are — 

LoYD Leslie Newland, born Aug. i, A. D. 1883; died Aug. 29, A D. 
1883. 

Henry Benjamin Newland, born Sept. i, A. D. 18S4. 

Bertha Newland, born Jan. 18, A. D. 1887. The first two were born in 
Dubois Co., Ind., and the third in Lawrence Co., Ind ; the first died in 
. Orange county. 

1858. JASPER H. SHORT, son ol Ablina and Albert G. Short, was born 
in Surry Co., N. C, Mar. 31, A. D. 1858. Address, Mt. Airy, N. C. He mar- 
ried Eliza J. Jackson in A. D. i88o. Their children are— 



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Ida B. Short, born Oct. i, A. D. 1S81. 

Annie M. Short, born July 7, A. D. 1889. A son was born Oct. 5, A. D 
1SS3, and died not named, and another was still born. The father desceiui-; 
from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham county 
N. C. 

1858. SARAH ELIZABETH CLIFFTON. daughter of Verlinda C. Pool 
and her husband, John H. Cliffton, was born May 8, A. D. 1858, and married 
^ William H. S|)ears, June 11, A. D. 1874, of Sullivan Co., Mo Address, Vaughn, 
Rawlins Co., Kans. Their children are— 

Clara Belle Spears, born Aug. 30, A. D. 1875. 

Lou Emma Spears, born Apr. 7, A. D. 1877 ; died July 28, A. D. 1884. 

Harry Otis Speaks, born Jan. 13, A. D. 1879; died July 28, A. D. 1884. 

Sherman Spears, born July 19, A. D. 1880. 

DoRATHA ^^'\Y Spears, horn Oct. 14, A. D. 1882. 

Charles William Spears, born July 31, A, D. 1884. 

Bessie Pekrilla Spears, born i:)ec. 29, A. D. 1886 

Alice Verlinda Spears, born May 16, A. D. 1889. 

Bertha Grace Spears, born Sept. t6, A. D. 1891. 

1858. LAURA L. LOMAX, daughter of Anna Shank and her husband, 
Capt. John Lomax, was born in Adams Co., 111., June 24, A. D. 1858, 22d 
Victoria, and 2d year i8th Presidential Term, Buchanan; and married Wil 
liam C. Love, Aug 25. A. D. 18S1. Address, Brookfield. Mo. Their children 
are— 

Herbert S. Love, born July 25, A. D. 1882. 

Edward C. Love, born Apr. 14, A. D. 18S8. The mother descends from 
Thomas Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Sevier Co., Tenn. 

1858. ANDREW JACKSON THOMAS, son of Margaret Matilda Gaiiey 
and her husband, P. N. Thomas, was born July 22, A. D. 185S, and married 
Mary Lewis, July 22, A. D. 18SS. Address, Granby, Mo. The husband des- 
/ cends from William Lomax, of Rockingham Co., N. C. 

• 1S58. HENRY HARRISON LOMAX, son of Mary Howard and her 

I husband. Henry J. Lomax, was born Sept. 24, A. D. 185S, and married Nancy 
. Scharville. 

1S5S. NANCY L. LOMAX, daughter of Nancy and G. W. A. J. Lomax, 
was born in Hall Co., Ga., Nov. 24, A. D. 1S58. Address, Chestnut Gap, 
Fannin Co. Ga. She married W. W. Dillbeck, Nov. 6, A. I). 18S1. Their 
children are — 

JlLLX MissoiRiE Dii.LiiECK, born Nov. 9, A. D. 1882. 

VicevJane Dilliucck, born Mar. 18, A. D. 1S85. 

Sarah Elizahlth Dillhkck, born Feb. 12, A. D, 1S88; died June 27, 
A. D. 1888. The mother descend.^ from William Lomax, the Englishman, 
who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 



A. D. 1858. 239 

1858. WILLIAM CHARLES BROWN, son of M.irtha lane and Samuel 
Brown, was born in Humphrey Co., Tenn., Dec. 25, A. D. 1S5S, and married 
L. C. Dotson, May 9, A. D. ;S78. Address, McEwen, Tenn. . Their children 
are— 

Levader Brown, born April 27, A. D. 1878. 

Henry M. Brown, born Nov. 8, A. D. 1879. 
/ Martha de i.a Fare Brown, born Nov. 3, A. D. 1S81. 

I William R. J. Brown, born Jan. 3, A. D 1884. 

Elizabeth P'rances Brown, born Nov. 3, A. D. 18S6. 

Maggie Ellen Brown, born Oct. 27, A. D. 18S8 These children were 
born in Humphrey Co , Tenn. The father descends from S;imuel Lomax. the 
Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1858. REV. ARTHUR LOMAX, incumbent o< Southwell, South Africa. 
Crockford's Clerical Dictionary meniions him. He was ordained by the Bis- 
hop of Grahamstown. He was probably born about A. D. 1858. 

.1858. REV. ERNEST WILLIAM LOMAX, son ot Dr. William John 
Loniax of London, was born in the Lincoln General Dispensary, about A. D. 
1858. He was educated at the Lincoln Grammar School. He is now at O.x- 
ford taking his degrees, and is also Chaplain of University College. He in- 
tends shortly to vacate the chaplaincy. He has had a benifice (vicarage) 
given him by Sir George Dashwood, Baronet. It is a place four miles from 
Oxford, and four from the ancient borough of Woodstock, where is Blenheim 
Palace and Park. He has an old copy of his branch of the family's armor 
hanging up in his drawing room, framed and glazed. It is a painted one and 
is precisely similar to the arms granted Lawrent Lomax, of Eye, except the 
crest, the greyhound, is "Courant " in his copy. The motto is precisly the 
same. He writes me: — "As eldest son I possess several ancient and inter- 
esting documents connected with the family history: 1st. My grandfather's 
will. 2d. My great-grandfathers will, James Lomax, dated 1772. It is a 
musty old parchment, with the Register's and Bishop's seal to it. 3d. Three 
letters of the same James Loniax, dated 1738, 1769, 1770. The two latter are 
to his son John at school, who, poor lad, was suh.sequently drowned at school. 
They are quaint and interesting letters, far longer than people write now a- 
days, and marked by a strong religious tone. The third letter dated 1738 is 
decidedly the most interesting document I possess, so much so that my father 
had it carefully framed and glazed. It is a proposal of marriage on the part 
of James Lomax to a widow lady named Adams. It is without e.xception the 
most curious love letter I ever saw in my life, either in works of fiction or in 
reality. So quaint and formal in phraseology, so full of allusions to Prt)vi- 
dence, so formal and ceremonious in manner is it, that a nineteenth century 
lady on receipt of such a love letter would explode into fits of laughter, ami 
incontinently reject the would-be stiitor." 

1 presume the reverend gentleman changed his notion on the subject, for 
after lie promised to send me copies of the documents, and after 1 hatl re- 
quested him to do so, I failed to receive them, and above I give his descrip- 
tion of them. 



240 A. D. 1859. 

1S59. JOHN THOMAS HARRISON, son of Rachel Maria and James 
A. Harrison, was born in Martin Co., Ind., Jan. 2, A. D. 1859. He married 
Docia Saul in Stafford Co., Kans., Feb. 29, A.D. 1884, and died Sept. 29. A. D. 
1886, in Salina Co., Kans. Their child is— 

Elwyn Harrison, born Feb. 26, A. D. 1885, in Stafford Co. The father 
descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 
Co., N. C. 

185^. WILLIAM H. RICHARDSON, son of Louisa Ann Lomax and 
her husband William Richardson, was born Feb. 14, A. D. 1859. Address, 
Mansfield, De Sota Parish, La. He married Jessie Reynolds. The husband 
descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 
Co., N. C. 

1859. This year, John Brown, the revolutionist, horse thief and murderer, 
was hanged in the State of Virginia, 1859. 

1859. QUINTIN LOMAX, son of Elizabeth and Josephus Lomax, was 
born Feb. 20, A. D. 1859, and married Mary Lizzie Taylor. Sept. 28, A. D. 
1881. Their children are — 

Robert James Lomax, born July 13, A. D. 1882. . . 

Josephus Lomax, born Sept. 23, A. D. 1883. 

Pearl Lomax, born Feb. 24, A. D. 1885. Address, Wakefield, Spencer 
Co., Ky. The father descends from William Lomax, who settled in Rocking- 
ham Co., N. C. 

1859. ALEXANDER ARRAM LOMAX, son of Josephine Baly and her 
husband, Chailes Hannibal Lomax, was born in Holmes Co., Miss., Mar. 13, 
A. D. 1859, 22d Victoria, and 3d year 18th Presidential Term, Buchanan; and 
married Forest A. Nelson, of Montgomery Co., Ark, Dec 18, A. D. 187S. 
Their children are — 

Tenna Adela Lomax, born Dec. 30, A. D. 1879. 
^ Colin Bertie Lomax, born Oct. 12, A. D. 1881. 
/ Maud Vivian 1 omax, born Sept. 17, A. D. 1883. 

Charles Victor Lomax, born Mar. 20, A. D. 1885. 

OtisCady Lomax, born Nov. 30, A. D. 1886. 

Oma Okilla Lomax, born Nov. 15, A. D. 1888. Address, Hickory Ste- 
tion. Ark. The father descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, wlio 
settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1859. SYDNEY LOMAX, son of Matilda Monaic and her husband, Syd- 
ney Lomax, was born Mar. 25, A. D. 1859, and married Rosetta Boon, Jan. 5, 
A. D. 1878. Their children are — 
, Mattie S. Lomax, born Nov. 30, A. D. 1879 

Estella Lomax, born Feb. 12, A. D. 1883. 

Dora Lomax, born Aug. 19, A. D. 1885. 

Matilda Lomax, born Jan. 13, A. D. 1888. 

Oliver A. Lomax, born , A. D. 1893. Address, Steadham, Ala. 

The father descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in 
Rockingham Co., N. C. 



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A. D. 1859. 241 

1859. ELMETTA CRANOR. daughter of Elizabeth Smith Study and 
her husband Rev. Jolin Cranor, was l)orn in Wayne Co., Iiid., April 17. A. I). 
1859, and married Luther Cranor, Oct. 3, A. D. 1880. Their ciiildren are — 

Mabel Ckanor, born July 6, A. D i88r. 

Clifton Cranor. born March 28. A. D. 18S4. The mother descends 
from WiUiam Lomax, tlie Enghshnian, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1859. JAMES R. LOMAX, son of Elizabeth and John Lomax, was born 
in Tenn., May 25, A. D. 1839, and married. Address, Linden, Tenn. The 
head of this family descends from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came 
from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1859. JOHN BELL CUDE, son of Mary ]. and John B. Cude, was born 
in Perry Co., Tenn., June 7, A. D. 1859, and married Maria E. Shepard, July 
24, A. D. 1881. Their children are — 

Cora Belle Cude, born Sept. 16, A. D. 1882; died Sept 10. A. D. 1SS5. 

BoNiE Lilian Cude. born Sept. 16, A. D. 18S.1; died Feb. 9, A. ]^. 1886. 

Alta Hoktense Cude, born Dec. 27, A. D. 1S86. 

Era Eva Cude, born Aug. 14, A. D. 1889. The mother was born Jan. 31, 
A. D. 1865. The father descends from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who 
came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1859 NANCY REBECCA LOMAX, daughter of Amy and Samuel 
Wesley Lomax, was bom Aug. 7, A. D. 1859, 23d Victoria and 3d year 18th 
Presidential Term, Biichanati, and married James Hanan Williams, Nov. 7, 
A. D. 1877. Tliey had no children. The husband was born May 30, A. D. 
1852, and died Sept. i, A. D. 18S3. The widow married Mr. Alphonso Lorette 
Byas, June 4, A. D. 1888. He was born Oct. 12, A. D. i860. Address, Knowles, 
La. The wife descends irom William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled 
in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1859. HELEN MARY MARTINA SEGAR, daughter of Maty Lomax 
and her husband William Francis Segar, Esq.. of the Middle Temple, was 
born Aug. 27, A. I). 1859, and married David Howell, son of Russell Howell, 
Es(i., of Cornwall, in November, A. D. 1S82. Their daughter was — 

Mary Frances Howell, born in A. D. 1883. These are English people, 
and the family belongs to the Clayton Hall branch. 

1S59. JONATHAN LOMAX STOUT, son of Martha Ann and La 
F'ayette Stout, was born in Orange County, Ind., Sept. 23, A. I). 1859, and 
married Mary Emily Morris, in Orange County, Sept. 21, A. D. ;S82. Address, 
Shanghi, Howard County, Ind. Tiie wife was born May 19, A. I). 1859. 
Their child is — 

Lu.MEN Arthur Stout, born July 9, A. D. 1885. The father descends 
fr(.)m William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham County, 
N C. 

1859. SALLIE CATHERINE CUDE. daughter of Elizabeth Jane and 
Honer Lomax Cude, was born Oct. 12, A. D. 1859, and married James W. 
Wright, June 27, A. D. 18S0. Their children are— 



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242 A. D. 1S60. 

Earl Wkk:ht, born Oct. 27, A. D. 1881. 

Etta Wright, born Dec. 23, A. D. 1882; died Nov. i, A. D. 1884. 

Ollie Wright, born Dec. 5. A. D. 1S84. 

Otto Wright, born Oct. 12, A. D. 1886; died Sept. i, A. D. 1887. 

Harvey James Wright, born Jan. 20, A. D. 1888. Address, Doniphan, 
Mo. The mother descends from Samuel Lomax, the EnsHshman, who came 
from Georgia to Tennessee. The children were born in Ripley County, Mo. 

1859. MARY FRANCES LOMAX, daughter of Susan Franres and 
James A. Lomax, was born in Holmes County, Miss., Dec. 29, A. D. 1859. and 
married Rev. Willis Fletcher Graves, in A. D. 1879- Address, Kapperl, Tex. 
Their children are — 

Richard Fletcher Graves, born Sept. 10, A. D. 1S81. 

Mattie Lois Graves, born Dec. 26, A. D. 1884. 

John Warren Graves, born Oct. 27, A. D. 18S7. Mr. Graves is n 
Methodist minislcr. The mother descends from William Louiax, the Ijir- 
lishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

i860. MARGARET ORETA LOMAX. daughter of Mary Howard and 



k her husband Henry ]. Lomax, was born I-'eb. 20, A. D. i860, and 



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Nicholas Milligan. 

i860. JONATHAN DITTO LO.MAX, son of Elender Ditto and her 
husband William Pemlott Lomax, w\s born in Sulivan Co., Mo., Feb. 2^. 
A. D. i860. He married Eva Predmore in Arapahoe Co.. Col., April 15, A. P- 
1886; slie died Feb. 13, A. D. 1887. TheiV child is— 

Henry Lomax, born Jan. 11, A. D. 1S87. The father descends from Wil- 
liam Loma.x, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

i860. LIZZIE LOMAX. daughter of Sarah Terry and her husband B'H- 
jamin S. Lomax, was born March 4, A. D. 1S60. 23d Victoria and 4tli year iMh 
Presidential Term, Buchanan, and she married Mr. BensoiL 

i860. DANIEL LE ROY SMITH, son of Mary J. Charles and herTTuv 
band Dr. Nicholas Smith, was born in Martin Co., ind., March 25, A. D. >>' <> 
He married Eugenie Day in Pueblo Co.. Col., Jan. 17, A. D. 188S. She \^.l> 
born in Mo., Feb. 10, A. D. 1867. Their children are— 
Darwin Bidwill Smith, born Jan. 15, A. D. 1889. 

Martha Ikena Smith. 

Williard Wolcot Smith. Mr. Smith was an assessor of Pueblo Co., lour 
years and is a successful lumber merchant in Pueblo. He is a Methodist aii< 
a "Republican." He descends from William Lomax, the Englishman. ui'«' 
settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

i860. WARREN GEORGE LOMAX, son of Eugenia DuI5ose .md 1"^ 
husband Dr. Warren G. Lomax, was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, Ai>ril ^'• 
A D. i860, and married Sallie Hendley, Oct. 30, A. D. 1884. 

i860. AMY LOMAX, daughter of Hannah and Jonathan Lomax. n^-*"^ 
born May 30, A. D. i860, in Orange Co., Ind., and married Wilber Atkinson, 
Mar. I, A. D. 1877. Tlieir children are— 



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Darwin B. Smith. 

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A. D. 1861. 243 

Flovb Herbert Atkinson, born June 28, A. D. iSSi. 

RoscoE Atkinson, born Jan. 7 A. D. 1S86. 

Ross Nugent Atkinson, born Sept. 23, A. I). 1892. The mother des- 
cends from Wilham Lomax, the Englishman, wlio settled in Rockingham Co., 
N. C. 

i860. ALICE LOUISA RINGHAM, dangliter of Ellen Pemlott Lomax 
and her husband. La Fayette Ringiiam, was born Sept. 23, A. D. 1S60. 24th 
Victoria, and 4th year iSth Presidential Term, Buchanan ; and died Aug;, i, 
A. D. 1881. She married G. lUucher Mason. She descends from William Lo- 
max, the P"nglishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

i860. SUSAN VIRGINIA FARRINGTON. daughter of Susan and Rob- 
ert Lomax Farrington, was born Sept. 24, A. D. i860, and married Robert A. 
Fleming, Apr. 6, A. D. 1881. She descends from William Lomax. the Eng- 
lishman, who settled in Rockingham Co.. N. C. 

i860. KATE McGregor lomax, daughter of Col.James William 
Lomax, was born in Abbeville Co , S. C, about A. D. i860, and married 
R. Buckley Bryan, of Columbia, S. C. She descends from William Lomax, 
the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

i860. DENER WILBURN, daughter of Dr. Josiah Wilhurn, was born in 
Perry Co , Tenn.. about A. D. 1S60, and married William Leei)er, of Btards- 
town, Tenn. She descends from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came 
from Georgia to Tennessee. 

i860. REV. J AMES HERBERT lomax, son of Dr. William loiin Lomax, 
was born in Lincoln General Dispensary, London, Eng., about A. D. iS6<>, ami 
married, and has three children. Rev. J. H. Lomax was educucd at llie Lii:- 
coln Grammar School. After the death of his father, by grc-at efiorls lu- 
prepared himself to take Holy Orders in the Church of England. Hi- is now 
Vicar of St. Johns, Triangle, Halifax, Yorkshire. He takes great interest in 
the genealogy and history of the family, and has rendered jne imporlant aid. 

i860. This is a noted year in the history of ihe United .Statt-s. At the 
Presidential election in November there were four presidt-nlial candidates 
Lincoln had 1,857,610 votes; Douglass 1,291,574; Breckenridgc SsooS^ ; H< II 
646,124. But under the law, with 2,781,780 votes against his i,.S57,6io, Lincoln 
was elected. 

i860. Dec. 20, A. D. i860, the people of the State of Son;!) (\uoli:)a 
" seceded" from, that is, rebelled against, the United St.U<s C.uvtrnnK m , 
and on the 28th day ol the same month they unlawfully sei/Ld iht- I'nii.d 
States Custom House, the Post Office, the Arsenal, Castle Pnickney. an<l I ort 
Moultrie. 

1861. Jan. 2, A. D. 1861, Governor Ellis, of the State of North Carolina. 
unlawfully seized the United States Fort Macon at Beaisloit. \\oi Is .u Wil- 
mington, and the Arsenal at P'ayetteville. The same day tli'- nN.-i tio,.|.., 
of the State ot Georgia unlawfully seized Forts Pulaski and j << k--on, .in. I tlj.- 
Arsenal at Savannah. 



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244 A. D. 1S61. 

1S61. Jan. 10, A. D. 1S61, tlie people of the State of Florida "seceded" 
from, that is, rebelled against, the United States Government, by a vote of 
their Representatives — 62 to 7. 

1S61. Jan. II, A. D. 1S61, the people of the State of Alabama "seceded " 
from, that is, lebelled against, the United States Government, by a vote of 
their Representarives— 61 to 39. 

1861. Tan. 19, A. D. 1S61. the first shot of the Southern Rebellion was firvc! 
— fired by the South Carolina soldiers at the United States steamer Star of tlu- 
West. Early in this month the rebels of the State of Louisiana unlau-ful]\ 
seized the Arsenal at Baton Roujxe, Forts Philips and Jackson, and Fort Pick- 
ens on Lake Ponchartrain. The Representatives of the State of MississipjM 
"seceded " from, that is, rebelled against, the United States Government by a 
vole of S4 to 15. 

1S61. Jan. 19 A. D. 1S61, the people of the State of Georgia "seceded ' 
from, that is, rebelled against, the Government of the United States by a vot<- 
of their Representatives— 208 to 89. 

1861. [an. 26, A. D. i86i, the members of the Legislature of the State of 
Louisiana passed an Act to "secede" from, that is, to rebel against tlie 
Government of the L'nited .States, by a vote of 113 to 17 

i86r. VESTA .STOUT, daughter of Jane Lomax and iier husband J.. Im 

Stout, was born Jan. 26, A. 13. 1S61, and married Joel Newlin. Oct. 6, A. D- 

1881. Their children are — 

\ 
Elger L. Newlin, born Aug. 12, A. D. 1SS2. > '> 

Bertha A. Newlin, born Oct. 28, A. D. 1SS5. Address, I'aoli, Ind. Th- 

mother descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rork- 

inghani Co., N. C. 

1861. MARIA STUDWICK LOMAX, daughter of Elmira and John 
Tayloe Lomax, was born Feb. i, A. D. ]S6i, and married Hart Warren, a civil 
engineer. Address, Louisville, Ky. The wife descends from John Lom.iv. 
the Englishman, who settled at Port Tobago, Va. 

1861. Feb. I, A. D. i86r, the State of Texas passed an ordinance to 
"secede " from, that is, to rebel against the United States Government, In 1 
vote of their rejiresentatives, 166 to 7. The same day the jieople of tlu- .'-^i.it'^ 
of Louisiana unlawfully seized the United .States Custom House and Mint m 
New Orleans. 

1861. Feb. 9. A. D. 1S61, the .Southern '"seceding,'" rein lling states, in 
Montgomery. Ala., organized a conspiracy against the l'nit<.-d Slates Gfntrii- 
nient which the> named " Confederate .States of yXmerica." , 

1861. Feb. 23. A. D. 1S61, Gen. Twiggs treacherously surrendered Unitcil 
States property to the southern rebels, to the value o( i'2, 200,000, for which he 
was expelled in disgrace from the army. 



A. D, 1861. 245 

1861. March 4, A. D. 1S61, at noon, President Buchanan's term of ofhce 
expired. During:: all the foregoing rebeUions, robberies and outrages, he re- 
fused to maintain and defend tiie Union, notwitlistanding the precedent of 
President Jackson's prompt suppression of Soutli Caroh'na "Nullification," 
and notwithstanding the fact that several states had tendered him ample 
military force to suppress the rebellion and outrages. And at tliis day and 
hour Abrahani Lincoln commenced the 19th Presidential term 

1861. April 8 or 12, A. D. 1861, the Southern rebels attacked Fort Sum 
ter at Charleston, S. C, and actual war commenced which continued until 
the Rebellion was suppressed. 

1861. AIJCE CORDELIA LOMAX, daughter of Nancy and G.W. A j. 

Loniax, was born in Hall Co., Ga., May 22, A. D. iR6t, 24th Victoria and ist 

year 19th Presidential Term, /,m<:c/«; and died Aug. 13, A. D. 1884. Ad- 

, •- dress, Chestnut Gap, Fannin Co., Ga. She married LaFayette Weeks, Dec 

' 25, A. D. 1877 Their children are— 

William Andrew Weeks, born March 7, A. D. 1878. 

Martha Jane Weeks, born Oct. 9, A. D. iSSr. 

Mary Josephine Weeks, born June 6, A. D. 1884; died Sept. 14, A. D. 
1885. The mother descends from William Lomax, tlie Englishman, who 
settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1861. May 28, A. D. 1861, the people of the State of Louisiana voted for 
"secession" — 20,408 for, and 17, 2Cy6 against, "secessi(jn." 

1861. MARY E. FOSTER, daughter of Savannah Lacy Lomax and her 
husband, John Foster, was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, June 8, A. D. tS6i, 
and married John H. Harper, Feb. 22, A. D. ]8S2. Their children are— 
y^ Fletcher Foster Harper, born Dec. 10, A. D. 1882. 

'-, FLt:>RA Savannah Harper, born Feb. 24, A. D. 1SS5. 

^ George Ansel Harper, born Nov. 3, A. D. 1S87. Address, Bellton, 

Anderson Co., S. C. The mother descends from William Lomax, the Eng- 
lishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1861. June 25, A. D. 18G1, the people of the State of Virginia voted 
128,888 for, and 32,134 against, "secession." 

1861. July 21, A. D. 1861, the first Bull's Run deleat occurred to the 
Union Army, Gen. Mc Dowell commanding the Union, and Gen. Beauregard 
commanding the rebel forces. 

1S61. EMMA M. LOMAX, daughter of Jo.sephine Baley and Iier iuisband 
Charles Hanibal Lomax, was born in Holmes Co., Miss., July 30. A. I). 1861, 
25th Victoria, and 1st year iglh Presidential term, Lincoln. She married R. 
A. Dillard, of I'ike Co.. Ark.. Jan. 10, A. D. 1S78. Their children are— 

Charles Franklin Dillard, born Dec, 11, A. I). 1S78. 

Razelah Dillard, born May 29. A. D. 18S0. 

William Plovd Dili ard, l)urn April 24. A. D. 188?. 

Edgar Alexander Dillard, born Aug. 3, A. D. 18S4. 



246 A. D. i86i. 

LeRov Dillako, born Nov. 8, A. D. j8S6. 

ROHERT Harrison Dillard, born April 3, A. D. 1889. Address, 
Amity. Ark. The inollier descends from William Lomax, the Englishman. 
who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1S61. Aug. 2. A. D. 1861. Maj. Lynde treacherously surrendered Furt 
Fillmore, in the territory of New Mexico, to the southern rebels. 

1861. S. D. LOMAX. son ot Rebecca Terry and her husband Klijaii 
Lomax, was born Aug. 14, A. D. 1861, and married Addie Owens. Th^ir 
children are — 

Lena Lomax, born about A. D 1883. 

Claude Lomax, born about A. D 18S5. 

1861. MARY CAPITOLA DE WEESE, daughter of Mahala J. Lomax 

and her husband Douglass De Weese, was born Aug. 15, A. D. 1861, at Ahmj:- 

■ don, 111., and married Charles F. Neal, in Taylor Co , la. Mr. Neal is .1 

farrner. Address. Morehead, Monona Co., la. Their children are, three 

boys, one girl. 

1861. Oct. I, A. D. 1S61, Gen. Scott resigned, and Gen. McClellan was 
made Commander-in-Chief of the Union army. 

1861. TILLMAN LOMAX, son of Matilda Monaic and her husban.l. 
Sydney Lomax, was born Nov. 16, A. D. 1861, and married Minnie Kell.r. 
Sept 14, A. D. 1879. Their children are— 

Mary Lomax. born Feb 12, A. D. 1S82. 
I M.\GGiE Lomax, born Dec. 17, A. D. 1883. 
K Flora Lomax, born March 26. A. D. 18S6. 

Dorothy Lomax, born Oct. 18, A. D. 1S91. Address. Steadham, Es- 
cambia Co., Ala. The lather descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, 
who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1861. MARY J. GOODWIN, daughter of Sarah Cude and her hushasid 
Jesse Cude, was born Oct. 22, A. D.186!. and married Mr.Ruchanan. Address. 
Bakerville, Tenn. She descends from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, ul;o 
came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

i86j. R. a. LOMAX, born about A. D. 1861, committed suicide. Jan. ^ 
A. D. 1892. I clip the following telegram from a newspaper: "Albany. G.i-. 
Jan. 9.— When Sherilf Goodwin entered the cell of K. A. Lomax, in the .-M- 
bany jail Friday morning, a shocking sight met his gaze. Lying on his palU-i 
in a pool of blood was the dead body of the prisoner. Lomax shot a man m 
ambush, in Clay County, on Sept. 9. He escaped on Wednesday. He w.*s 
arrested here and jailed by officer James. The Sheriff of Clay Co. was ex- 
pected on Saturday to take him there for trial He feared lynching if carried 
there and took his own life." 1 know notiiing more of this man. There is a 
family in Georgia which spells it name " Lemax," and 1 suspect this is one ul 
that family. 



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• 1862. RUFUS MARION LOMAX. son ot Mary Howard and her hiis 
band Henry J. Lomax. was born Jan. 11, A. D. 1862, and married Julia John- 
stone. He descends from Thomas Lomax of Danville, Ky. 

1862. WILLIAM JOSIAH CUDE, son of William Hodge Cude and his 
wife Mary Jane, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., April 5, A. D. 1862. 25th \'ic- 
toria and 2d year 19th Presidential Term, Lincoln. He married Martha L. 
Donio Shcpard, April 8, A. D. 1883. He descends from Samuel Lomax, the 
Englishman, who came from Georgia lo Tennessee. 

1862. MARY A. LOMAX, daughter of Mary Ann Anderson and her 
husband Alfred Lomax, was born in La Porte Co., Ind., June .^8, A. D. 1862, 
26th Victoria and 2d year 19th Presidential Term, Lincoln She married Jesse 
M. Balard in La Porte, Sept. 4, A. D. 1885, and settled in Grant Co., Ind., near 
Marion. Their children are — 

Mary Emily IUlakd, born March 22, A. D. 1885. 

Alfred Jamks Balard, born Oct. 30, A. D. 1886. Mr. Balard is a school- 
teacher and successful farmer and a Democrat. The mother is an Episcoi?^- 
lian, and descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in 
Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1862. SUSAN ALICE FARRINGTON, daughter of Mary and Jonathan 
Bainbridge Farrington, was born in N. C, July 23, A. D. 1862, and married 
)ohn R. Mmton, Oct. 1, A. D. 1881. Address, WaddelPs, N. C. Their chil- 
dren are — 

Lessie Alice Minton, born Aug. 31, A. D. 18S2. 
John William Minton, born Nov. 19, A. D. 1883. 
Mary Elizabeth Minton, born Aug. 8, A. D. 18S5. 
Thomas Giles Minton, born Aug. 2, A. D. 1887. 
Sallie Maud ATinton, born Feb. 14, A. D. 1890. 

Ann Boyd Minton, born Mar. 19, A. D. 1892. The mother descends 
from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., 
N. C. 

1862. Aug. 3, A. D. 1S62, Gen. Halleck was appointed Commander in- 
chief of the Union Army, and ten days afterwards the second Bull Run defeat 
of the Union Army occurred. 

1862. MITTIE E. RICHARDSON, daughter of Louisa Ann Lomax and 
Iier husband, William Richardson, was born Aug. 16. A. I). 1862, and married 
W. E. Stewart. Address, Turner, Monroe Co., Ark. She descends from 
William Lom^-x, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1862. Sept. 7, A. D. 1862, Gen. McClellan took conmiand of the Army of 
\\\t Potomac, which was then lying about Washington city with no one at its 
head, and, without any authority whatever, hastily organized the scattered 
forces, pursued Gen. Lee who was then in Maryland, and fought the bloody 
battle of Antietam on Sept. 14. 

1862. Nov. 5, A. I). 1862, President Lincoln put McClellan out of, and 
Gen. Burnside in. command of the Army of the Potomac. 



248 A. D. 1S63. 

1862. ALFRED CHARLES MITCHELL, son of Sophia Dodson Lomax 
and her husband, Alfred Mitchell, was born about A. D. 1S62, in the city of 
New York, and married Hattie Overton, of said city, in A. D. 1882. The hus- 
band is a member of the New York bar. He descends from John Lomax, the 
printer, who came from Bolton, Eng., to New York. 

1862. ORMILDA LOMAX, daughter of Elizabeth Graham and her hus- 
band Junius Lomax, was born in Linn Co., Kans., A. D. 1862, and married 
James Barrick, A. D. 1882. They have one son and two daughters. Address, 
Fort Scott, Kans. The mcjther descends from William Lomax, the English- 
man, who settled in Rockingiiam Co., N. C. 

1863. Jan. 1, A. D. 1863, President Lincoln issued his "Emancipation 
Proclamation," which was a military act. 

1863. MARY MARIA BROWN, daughter of Jonathan Lomax Brown, 
was born in Orange Co., Ind., Jan. 12, A. D. 1863, and married Adam Burton, 
April 4, A. D. J882, in said county. Address, West Baden, Ind. Their 
child is— 

Clyfton Ernest Burton, born Jan. 10, A. D. 1889. The mother de- 
scends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 
Co, N. C. 

1863. Jan. 28, A. D. 1863, Gen. Burnside was put out, and Gen. Hooker 
was put in command of the army of the Potomac. 

1863.' WILLIE E. DE WEESE, son of Mahala J. Lomax and her hus- 
band Douglass De Weese, was born at Abingdon, HI., March i, A. D. 1863, 
and married Locacla Jewett. Address, Waverly, Coffee Co., Kans. Occu- 
pation, an artist. They have a daughter five years old. 

1863. ROBERT AMASA LOMAX, son of Harriet White and her hus- 
band Elijah Harvey Lomax, was born May 20, A. D. 1863, 26th Victoria and 
3d year iglh Presidential Term, Lincoln; in Warren Co., 111., and married 
Delia Newell, March 27, A. D. 1890. Address, Stanberry, Mo. Tlieir children 
are — 

Mana Ethel Lomax, born Jan. 10, A. D. 1891. 

Clarens Ernest Lomax, born Jan. 18, A. D. 1892. 

1863. June 29, A. D. 1863, Gen. Hooker was put out, and Gen. Meade 
was put in command of the Army o( the Potomac. 

1S63. JAMES W. HARRISON, son ol Rachel Maria and Janjes Harri- 
son, was born in Martin Co.. Ind., July 5, A. D. 1863, 27th Victoria and 3<1 
year 19th Presidential Term, Lincoln; and married Lure Wood, Nov. 19. 
A. D. 1886, in Livingston Co , 111. Their child is— 

Fr'ankie Harrison, born April j?. A. D. 1SS7. in Staflord Co.. Kans. 
The father descends from William Lomax. the Englishman, who s.;ttled ni 
Rockingham Co., N. C. 






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1863. JONATHAN J. SHORT, son of Ablina and Albert G. Short, was 
born in Surry Co.. N. C, July 21, A. D. 1863. Address. Mt. Airy, N. C. He 
married Mary Haymore in Surry Co., Jan. 27, A. D. 1886. They have no 
children. He descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled 
in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1863. MELISSA CATHERINE BROADAWAY, daughter of Sarah and 
Alexander Broadaway, was born in Perry Co., Tenn., July 23, A.T). 1863. and 
married Jacob Richardson, Oct. 11, A. D. 1885. Their child is— 

Edda Richardson, born July 14, A. D. 18S6, in Perry Co., Tenn. Ad- 
dress, Cedar Creek Landing, Tenn. The mother descends from Samuel Lo- 
max, the Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1863. DAVID LUCIEN MABRY, ESQ.,son of Mary Julia Keller and her 
first husband Dr. James Fletcher Mabry, was born in Abbeville Co.. S. C, 
Dec. 6, A. D. 1S63, and died May 25, A. D. 1889, in Abbeville. He married 
Eliza Bowie Bradlaw, Nov. 24, A. D. 1885. Their children are— 

Eliza Livingston Makrv, born Aug. 15, A. D. 1886. 

David Lucien Mabrv, born April 16, A. D. 1888. Both born in Abbe- 
ville. Mr. Mabry graduated at the Virginia University, A. D. 1884. He was 
a fine scholar and a learned, brilliant young lawyer. He was waylaid by 
John T. Lyon, his wife's stepfather, and shot with a shotgun, shot again after 
he was mortally wounded by the first shot. A newspaper stated that Iiis body 
was not taken to his own house. The murder was commited a few days be- 
fore the coming session of the court. The murderer gave himself up to the 
sheriff, and was committed to jail. His relatives furnished him with bedding 
and delicacies not usual to such criminals in jail. But when the court con- 
vened and the judge charged the grand jurors that in case the evidence should 
prove a wilful murder, and they fail to find an indictment for murder, they 
would themselves be guilty of perjury, they promptly presented an indict- 
ment for wilful murder. At this point a marked change in the prospects of 
the murderer took place! Although posing as a Christian gentleman, he did not 
secure a sham trial and an acquittal from the consequence of his cowardly 
and brutal crime. When arraigned for trial, he made an affidavit swearing 
that he could not safely go to trial without the testimony of a Mrs. Smith, who 
happened to be near with a carriage at the time of the murder, and who now 
happened to be too sick to attend court, and the case was put ove^ to the next 
term. When the court convened the ensuing' October, his attorneys filed an 
affidavit stating that he was suffering from nervous prostration and extreme 
debility, and was unable to stand his trial that term of Court. The trial was 
put over, and two days afterwards the murderer was dead. Wiiat particular 
thing produced the nervous prostration I know not. On May 25th John T. 
Lyon wilfully and cowardly murdered Mr. Mabry —on the i6th of the ensuing 
October the dead body of the indicted murderer was carried out of the jail. 

1863. JOHN HENRY LOMAX (MITCHELL), born at Memphis. Tenn., 
A. D. 1863. Remained with his lather until 1878, when, recovering from 
yellow fever to find himself an orphan, he went to New York with his brothers 



250 . A. D. 1864. 

William and nodson, and resided with his uncle John Bell at City Island, 
N Y., where he remained 'till 18S1, when he enlisted in the naval service, 
serving thiee years and six months, during which time he visited many 
foreign countries, including England, France, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Egypt. 
and most of the principal ports of Central and South America; was honor- 
ably discharged at New York, 1885. Tried several occupations and finallv 
drifted into the theatrical business, traveling several seasons, and is now (1894I 
a resident of Buffalo. N. Y. Married. 

1864. GEORGE M. CLIPTTON, son of Vermilda C. Pool and her hus- 
band John Cliffton, was born Feb. 6, A. D. 1S64, and married Nelley Webeng. 
Address, Vaughn, Rawlins Co , Kans. Their children are — 

Elmek Nklson Cliffton. born in A. D. 1886; died in infancy. 

Clarence Everest Cliffton, born in A. D. 1S88 ; died in infancy. 

Frank Elvin Cliffton, born in A. D. 1890. 

1864. WILLIAM ABSALOM LOMAX, son of Tamer and Abel Lomax. 
was born in Orange Co., Ind., Feb. 19, A. D. 1864. He married Repta Allison, 
Dec. 20, A. D. 1S83. He is a locomotive engineer. Their children are — 

Altonia Loma.x, born Oct. 3, A. D. 1886. 

Erne.st Lomax, born May 17, A. D. 188S. 

Myrta Lomax, born March 10, A D. 1890. 

Leora T. Lo.max. born Oct. 26, A. D. 1891. The father descends from 
William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1864. March 9, A. D. 1864, Gen. Grant was appointed commander ot tlie 
Union armies. 

1864. SAMUEL FELIX CUDE, son of Mary Jane and William Hodge 
Cude, was born on Buffalo River, in Perry Co., Tenn., April 5, A. D. iSGji, 
27th Victoria, and 4th year 19th Presidential term, Lincoln; and married 
Mancy M. Shepard, daughter of E. H. Shepard, in Perry Co., Tenn , Feb. 17, 
A. D. 18S6. She was born Feb. 10, A. D. 1869, in said county. Their child is— 

Nora Vivian Cude, born Nov. 25, A D. 18S6, on Cane Creek, in Perry 
Co. The father descends from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came 
from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1864. JOSEPH D. BROWN, son of Martha Jane and Samuel Brown, 
was born in Humphrey Co., Tenn., April 13, A. D. 1864. He was married. 
His address, McEwen, Tenn. He descends from Samuel Lomax, the Englisti- 
man, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1S64. IDA JOSEPHINE LOMAX, daughter of Josephine Baley ami 
Charles Hanibal Lomax, was horn in Carroll County, Miss., Aug. 12, A. P- 
1864, zSth Victoria, and 4th year 19th I'residential term, Lincoln; and marrito 
T. L. Gardner, in Pike County, Ark., Nov, 20, A. D. 187S. He died in said 
county, April 16, A. D. 18S2. Their children are— 

Jamks Hanibal Gardner, born Sept. 4, A. D. 1879. 

Thomas Howard Gardner, born Sept. 26, A. D. i8Si ; died July 23, A. P- 



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1886. The mother married the second husband, A. B. CampbL'll, in Pike 
Co., Ark., Aug. 2, A. D. 1SS3, Their children are— 

NoDO Grace Camphell, born Sept. 14, A. D. 1884. 

William Coy Campbell, born Dec. 6, A. D. 1S85. 

Charles Cleborn Campbell, born Aug. 29, A. D. 1S87. 

Jessie Lee Campbell, born Sept. 2. A. D. 1S89. Address, Centerpoiiit, 
Ark. The mother descends from William Lomax, the Englisliman, who 
settled in Rockingham County, N. C. 

1864. WILLIAM ALEXANDER LOMAX, son ol Sarah Ann EliznbLth 
and Josiah Lomax, was born in Houston County, Tenn., Aug. 18, A. D. 1S64, 
and married Lucy Ann Turner, Dec. 23, A. D, 1886. They have no children. 
Address, Erin, Houston County, Tenn. In occupation, farmer. They reside 
on Grices Creek. The husband descends from Samuel Lomax, the English- 
man, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1864. In the year A. D. 1864, the Democrats nominated Gen. Geo. R. 
McCIellan for President, and the "Republicans" nominated Abraham Lincoln 
lor re-election. The result, Lincoln 213 electoral votes, and McCIellan 21. 

1864. IDA P. DEWEESE, daughter of Mahala J. Lomax and her hus- 
band, Douglass De Wesse, was born in Napa Co., Cal., Oct. 14, A. D. 1S64, 
and married H. W. Hoatman. Address, Bedford, Iowa. Their children 
are— 

Clida M. Boatman, born July 30, A. D. 1885, in Bedford. 

Jennie D. Boatman, born Sept. 19, A. D. 1890. In occupation Mr. Boat- 
man is a carpenter. 

1864. DOROTHY LOMAX, daughter of Matilda Monaic and htr hus- 
band, Sydney Lomax, was born in Escambia Co., Ala., Dec. 4, A. D. 1864, 
and married Mr. Richardson, Oct., A. D. 1892. Address, Steadhain, Ala. 
She descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rocking- 
ham Co., N. C. 

1865. SARAH MARGARET LOMAX, daughter nl Elizabeth and Jose- 
phus Lomax, was born Jan. 19, A. D. 1865. She married Thomas Kendall, 
Aug. 23, A. D. 1883. He was born Oct. 16, A. I). 1S49. Their children are - 

Mjnnik Kate Kendall, born Aug. 22, A D. 1SS4. 

Hattie Pearl Kendall, born July 15, A. I). i£86. Address, Taylors- 
ville, Spenser Co., Ky. The mother descends from Williani Lomax, the 
Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1865. JAMES BARNEY EDMONDS, son of Hani.t Iranres and I),.vid 
Colwell Edmonds, was born in Madison Co., III.. Vf\». 5, A. I). 1865 Hi- 
married Laurie Alice Sammons, Nov. 8, A. I). 1SS3. Addrt-ss, Campbt-il p o. 
Cherokee Nat., Indian Territory. They have two chiUlrcri, .iiul that is all J 
know of the family. Tlie father descends troni I'lieopliilus Lomax, tlie I'.ng- 
Hshman, who came from Tennessee to Illinois. 

1865. On Mar. 4, A. D. 1865, Abraham Lincoln cotniufiiced the 2otli 
Presidential Term. 



251 A. b. 1865. 

1865. Gen. Lee, commander of the rebel lorces, surrendered, and the 
Southern rebellion substantially ended, Apr. 8, A. D. 1865. 

1865. On Apr. 14, A. D. 1865, at night, in Ford's Theater, in Washington 
city, J. Wilkes Booth shot and murdered President Lincoln, and the next day 
Andrew Johnson, the Vice President, was sworn into the presidential office, 
and administered the balance of the 20th Presidential Term. 

1865. ELISHA ALLEN LOMAX, son of Mary Howard and her hus- 
band, Henry J. Lomax, was born Apr. 3, A. D. 1S65, and married Mary Ross. 

1865. ELIZA ALICE LOMAX, daughter of Mary Howard and her hus- 
band, Henry J. Lomax, was born Apr. 3, A. D. 1865. 28th Victoria, and isl 
year '20th Presidential l^xm, Johnson. She married F. S. Hall. 

1865. IRENA LOMAX PITTMAN, daughter of Charlott Thornton Lo 
max and her husband, Alfred B. Pittman. Esq., was born in Demopolis, Ala, 
Apr. 21, A. D. 1865, and married Dr. John H. Pennell, of Tuscaloosa, Ala- 
Mar. 7, A. D. 1888. 

1865. JOSEPH WILBURN LOMAX, son of Elizabeth and John Lomax, 
was born in Perry Co., Tenn., May 19, A. D. 1865. He married MaHnda 
Frances Lomax, Dec. 6, A. D. 18S5. Address, Mousetail, Perry Co., Tenn. 
• Their child is— 

\ Martha Elizabeth Lomax, born June 16, A. D. 1888, in Perry Co., Tenn. 

The father descends from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came from 
Georgia to Tennessee. 

1865. May 26, A. D. 1865, Gen. K. Smith surrendered the last remnant of 
the rebel army, and the Southern Rebellion actually, and entirely, ceased. 

1865. On Oct. 12, A, D. 1865, martial law was suspended, and the habeas 
corpus was restored, to the people of Kentucky. 

1865. Dec. I, A. D. 1865, the habeas corpus was restored to the citizens 
of the Northern States, where it had been suspended by the rules of the Gen- 
eral Government. 

1865. In the month of December, A. D. 1865. the " Republicans " in 
Congress excluded 85 Southern members of Congress from their seats. 

1865. THOMAS ZIMRI DAVIS, son of Samuel Adison Davis and his 
wife Margaret J. Henson, was born May 28. A. D. 1865, in Orange Co.. Ind. 
and 'married Horteri^e Key, Dec. i, A. D. 1887. Address, Orangeville, Ind. 
The husband descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled m 
Rockingham Co , N. C. 

1865. IDA BELLE LOMAX. daughter of Harriet White and her hus- 
band, Elijah Harvey Lomax. was born June 29, A. D. 1865. 29th Victoria, and 
•* 1st year 2oth Presidential Term. yc?/^«5o«, in Warren Co.. HI., and marritHl 
) John Young, a Kentuckian, Dec. 23, A. D. 1890. Address, Stanberry, Mo. 
Their child is— 



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OsKER Clark Young, born Sept. 29, A. D. 1891. The mother descends 
from Thomas Lomax, the Englishman, who settled at Danville, Ky. 

1865. EMELV A. SHORT, daughter of Ablina and Albert G. Short, was 
born in Surry Co., N. C., Dec. 14, A. D. 1865. She married Charles F. 
Gwynne, Jan. 20, A. D. 1887. Address, Mt. Airy, N. C. Their child is— 

Robp:rt F. Gwynne, born Mar. 11, A. D. 1888. The mother descends 
from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., 
N. C. 

1865. MINNIE A. DEWEESE, daughter of Mahala J. Lomax and her 
first husband, Douglass DeWee.se, was born in Napa Co., Cal., Dec. i8, 
rA. D. 1865, and married J. E. Tando. Their children are— 
'H E. E. Tando, born May 25, A. D. 1883. 

BuLAH M. Tando, born July 5, A. D. 188S. Address, New Market, Taylor 
Co., la., at which place Mr. Tando is in trade. 

1865. PHOEBE SOPHIA LOMAX, daughter of Rev. John Joseph Lo- 
max, was born in Eng, about A. D. 1865, and married Edwin Von Schaick, 
in Feb., A. D. 1890. Address, Huntington, L. I., N. Y. 

1866. JAMES BRUCE TRAYLOR, son ol Matilda Louis Lomax and her 
husband, Judson J. Traylor, of Lexington, Miss., was born Jan. 21, A. D. 1866. 
He married Rennie Read, Aug. 28, A. D. 1889. Address, Holmesville, Miss. 
He descends from William Lomax, the Englishmaii, who settled in Rocking- 
ham Co., N. C. 

1866. ISAAC PLUMMER HARRISON, son of Rachel Maria and James 
H. Harrison, was born Apr. 19, A. D. 1866, 29th Victoria, and 2d year 20th 
Presidential Tarmy Johnson ; and married Eva E. Wood, July 4, A. D. 1S86, 
in Stafford Co., Kans. Their child is— 

Arthur Garfield Harrison, born Apr. 20, A. D. 1887, in Garfield Co., 
Kans. The father descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who 
settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1866. EDDIE M. CLIFFTON, son of Verlinda C. Pool and her husband, 
John H. Clifllon, was born May 30, A. D. 1866, and married Julia Sperry, Dec. 
18, A. D. 18S9. Address, Fairfield, Clay Co., Neb. 

1866. GEORGE VV^ LOMAX, son of Elvira and Samuel Robinson Lo- 
max, was born in Abbeville Co., S. C, June 25, A. D. 1866, 30th Victoria, and 
2d year 20th Presidential Te^rm, Johnson ; and married Lila McUwain, Feb. 
28, A. D. 18S9. In occupation, a school teacher. Address, Green Wood, 
Abbeville Co., S. C. He descends Irom William Lomax, the Englishman, 
who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1866. WILLIAM JASPER LOMAX, son of Josephine Balcy and her 
husband, Charles Hannibal Lomax, was born in Holmes Co., Miss., Oct. 22, 
A. D. 1S66, and married Viola McSwan, in Clark Co., Ark., Apr. 22, A. D. 
1886. Their children are— 

Bertha Lomax, born Sept. 11, A. D. 1887, 



254 A. D. 1867. 

Alma Lee Lomax, born June 22, A. D. iSSg. Address, Lear, Clark Co., 
Ark. The lather descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who 
settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1S66. SALLTE CRAIG, daughter of Elizabeth and William Craig, was 
born in Perry Co., Tenn., about A. D. 1866, and married J. C. Burns, about 
A. D. 1SS2. Their children are— 

Annie Burns, born about A. D. 1882. 
iT* Willie Burns, born about A. D. 1883. 

-^ ' Myrtle Burns, born about A. D. 1S85. 
Mattie Burns,' born about A. D. 1887. 

Simpson Burns, born about A. D. 18S9. The mother descends from 
Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

1867. NANCY LOMAX, daughter of Katherine and Augustus A. Lomax, 
was born in Hall Co., Ga., Feb. 7, A. D. 1867. She married Marion Wylcy, 
May 4, A. D. 1884. Address, Bellton, Ga. Their children are— 

Amy Parelia Wyley, born May 19, A. D. 1885. 

Dory Druselia Wylev, born Feb. 15, A. D. 1S88. The children were 
born in Hall Co., Ga. The mother descends from William Lomax, the Eng- 
lishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1867. JDA ANN ELIZABETH EDMONDS, daughter of Mary Ann and 
David C. Edmonds, was born in Johnson Co., 111., Feb. 21, A. D. 1S67, 
and married Abijah King. Mar. 16, A. D. 1884. Address, Campbell p. o.. 
Cherokee Nat., Ind. Ter. Their children are— 
]/ Jessie King, born Jan. 28, A. D. 1885. 

Harley Francis King, born Sept. 23, A. D. 1888. The first was born in 
Ark., and the second in Ind. Ter. The mother descends from Tiieophiius 
Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Tennessee to Illinois. 

1867. This year, A. D. 1867, the "Republicans" in Congress passed the 
"Reconstruction Act," overturning the State governments of the States, the 
citizens of which were recently in rebellion. 

^ 1867. LUELLA M. LOMAX, daughter of Harriet White and her hus- 

Z.,^ band, Elijah Lomax, was born in Warren Co., 111., Mar. 9, A. D. 1867, 30th 
C/ ■ Victoria, and 3d year 20th Presidential Term, /<3A«j^«/ and married Charles 
Burk, of Iowa, Sept. 20, A. D. 1891. Address, Brockton. Iowa. 

1867. MARY ANN CORRINTHA LOMAX, daughter of Martha J. Ivy 
and her husband, William Lomax, was born in Habhersiiam Co , Ga , May 
I. I, A. D. 1867, and married Tillman Howard Harmon, Ftb. 24, A. D. 18S6. 
^ Address. Hardy, Ark. 

1867. QUINTIN WENTWORTH LOMAX^ ^n of Tamer White and 

her husband, Abel Lomax, was born \n't)riyi}^(;Cu.,^mi., May 18, A. D. 

1867, 31st Victoria, and 3d year 201I1 Presidential Term, /cj/^wjrow/ and mar- 

V^ ried Estella E. Dillinger, March 23, A. D. 18—. Address, Escondido, Cal. 

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Roy Emerson Lomax, born Dec. 18, A. D 1S90; died Aug. 17, A. D. 
1891, and is buried in Escondido. The father descends from William Lomax, 
the Engiisimian, who settled in Rockingham Co.. N. C. 

J 1867. NANCY MATILDA LOMAX^l^u^ter^f Tamer White and her 
husband, Abel Loma.x, was born in oSt^ge <:^,-f«^-. ^lay 'S, A. D. 1867, and 
/ married George Skidmore. Address, Springfield, Mo. 

1867. This year, A. D. 1867, the Bishops of the whole Anghcan Com- 
munion, English, Irish, Scotch, Colonial, and Missionary, from all parts of 
the world, assembled together at Lumbeth. This is their position : 

" That there was one true and Apostolic Church, founded by our Lord 
and Saviour Jesus Christ; that the true Catholic and Apostolic Church, the 
Church ol England and the churches in communion with her, are living mem- 
bers ; and that the Church of England earnestly desires to maintain freely the 
Catholic faith as set forth by the Oecumenical councils of the Universal 
Church." — Reasons for Being a Churchman, p. 164. 

1867, JESSE HORNER LOMAX, son of Elizabeth and John Lomax, 
was born in Perry Co.. Tenn., Sept. 13, A. D. 1867, Victoria 31st, and 3d year 
(./, 2oth Presidential term, Johnson; and married Jennie Frances Clnirchwell, 
May 15, A. D. 1887. Address, Mousetail, Tenn. Their child is— 

Noah Franklin Lomax, born Feb. 7, A.D, 1888. The father descends 
from Samuel Lomax, the Englishman, who came from Georgia to Tennessee. 

it- 1867. EMMA LOMAX, daughter of Rebecca Terry and her husband 

! Elijah Lomax, was born Oct. 10, A. D. 1867, and married W. H. Frailey. 

1867. MAGGIE JENIERO FARRINGTON. daughter of Mary E. Giles 
and her husband Jonathan B. Farringlon, was born Dec. i, A. D. 1S67, and 
married W. P. Hancock, of Wentworth, Rockingham Co., N. C, Oct. 7, A. D. 
1S89. Their children are— 

Brucette Hancock, born July 17, A. D. 1890. 

Joseph Lomax Hancock, born Aug. 12, A. D. 1892. The mother de- 
scends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham 
Co., N. C 

1867. JOHN W. ALBAUGH, jr., son ol Mary Ann Loma.x and her 

5 husband John \V. Albaugh, was born in New York city, in A. D. 1867, and 
married Marie Casther, in A. D. 1888. 

1867. SHERMAN LOMAX, son of Rachel Bennette and her husband 
... Cyrus Lomax, was born about A. D. 1867, and married Viola Jacobs, daughter 

of Jeremiah Jacobs, in Orange Co., Ind., Oct. 27, A. D. 1S79. They had a 
child which died. The father descends from William Lomax, the English- 
man, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1868. Jan. 26, A. D. 1868, the " Republicans," in the House of Reprenta- 
tives. of Congress, passed resolutions impeaching President Johnson, by a vote 
126 to 47 nays, thc^nays mostly Democrats. 



256 A. D. 1S6S. 

1S6S. ORA EVALINE DAVIS, daughter ol Margaret J. Henson and 
her husband Samuel Adison Davis, was burn in Orange Co., Ind., Jan. 27, 
A. D. 1S6S. She married Frank \V. Davis, March 8, A. D. 18SS. Address, 
Orangeville, Ind. Their child is — 

•\Valtkr Q. Davis, bom April 29, A. D 1890. The mother descends 
from William Lomax, the Englislnnan, wlio settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

tS68, ALDARINA LOMAX. daughter of Matilda Monaic and her hus- 
band Sydney Lomax, was born March 14, A. D. t868, 3cst Victoria, and 4th 
year 20th Presidential lerm, Jo /if i son; and maiTied James Keller, Aug. 21, 
A. D. 1JJS6. Their children are- - 

Cora Kei.lkk. born June 21, A. D. 1S87. 

Ann Coxe Keller, bom m A. D. 1893. The mother descends from 
William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingiiam Co., N. C. 

1868. May 6, A. D. 1868, the National Senate refused to convict President 
Johnson, who had been impeached by the House of Representatives. 

1S6S. SOLOMON THEODORE CLIFIvTON. son of Verlinda C. Pool 
and her husband J<jhn H. Cliffton, was born Jime 28, A. D. 1S68, 32d \'ictona, 
and ^th year 20lh Presidential term, Johnson; and married Minnie Sperry, 
Nov. 8, A. D. 1885. Address, Spring Ranch, Neb. Their children are— 

William Delmer Cliffton, bom Aug. 19, A. D. 1887. 

LtJVADA Cliffion, bom July 21, A. D. 1891. 

Cliffton, born in A. D. 1892 ; died in infancy, not named. 

1868. DODSON MITCHELL LOMAX (Mitchell), born at Memphis, 
Tenn., A. D. 1868. Went to New York, A.D. 1S78, with iiis brotiiers, after 
his recovery from the yellow fever ; was adopted by his aunt Maggie Mitchell f 
was educated in New York city, and graduated from the I28lh St. Grannnar 
School ; adopted the p)rofession ol actor, playing at first small parts in hi> 
aunt's company, but finally drifting into Shakespearian plays, and has acted 
■wath Miss Julia Marlowe since 1S90. He is a talented and versatile actor, 
with a promising future ; possessess a genial disposition and obliging manners 
coupled with studious, industrious habits. 

1868. SALLIE W. RICHARDSON, daughter ofLouisa Ann Lomax and 
her husband, William Richardst)n, was born in Tenn., July 18, A. 1). 1868, and 
married John \l. Cole. Address, Mansfield, La. She descends from Willi.itn 
Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingham Co., N. C. 

186S. LUBETTY ROBERTS, daughter of Martha lunaline Edmund-^ 
and her husband, W. Roberts, was bom in Crawford Co., Ark., about A. P- 
1S68, and married Moses Sperry. She descends from Tiuoiihihis Loinax, 
the Englishman, who came from Blount Co., Tenn., to Pike Co., III. Address, 
llrittain. Ark. 

1S6S. At the Nov. election, in A.D. tS68, Gen. Grant had 3,015,639 votes 
for President, and Gov, H. Seymore 2,703,249 for the same office. 



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1869. SALINALOMAX, daughter of Mary Howard and her husband, 
; Henry J. Lomax, was born Aug- 30, A. D. 1869, 33d 'V'^ictoria, and 1st year 2Tst 
I Presidential Term, Grant, and married James Ros<. 

'^ 1870. SUSAN LEE COOPER, daughter of Dorothy Roetia Lomax and 

I ^ her husband, Charles Sherwood Cooper, was burn in Bosque Co., Tex., Nov. 
i ',. 19, A. D. 1870, 34th Victoria, and 2d year 21st Presidential Term, Grant; and 
\ ■ marrried Willie Nichols, in May, A. D. 1SS7. Their child is— 
I Homer Sherwood Nichols, born Aug. 3, A. D. i8Sg. The mother 

( descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rockingiiam 
I Co., N. C. 

1871. SARAH ELLEN THOMAS, daughter of Margaret Matilda Gailey 
, r and her husband, P. N. Thomas, was born Jan. 17, A. D. 1871, and married 
^ Charles Mathew Cogan, Aug. 12, A. D. 1888. Address, Granby, Mo. The 
wife descends from William LomaA-, the Englishman, who settled in Rocking- 
ham Co., N. C. 

1871. ETTIE CHARLES, daughter of Ann Charles and her husband, 
Thomas Le Roy Cliarles, was born in Martin Co., Ind., Aug. 27, A. D. 1871, 
J 35th Victoria, and 3d year 21st Presidential Term, Grant; and married Frank 
Millay, in Livingston Co., Mo., Sept. 17, A. D. 1887. Their child is— 

Grace Mabel Millay, born July 23, A, D. 1888, in Carroll Co., Mo. The 
mother descends from William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in Rock- 
ingham Co., N. C. 

1871. CYRENA MAUD CATT, daughter of Mary E. Lomax and her 
, her husband, William Catt, was born July 29, A. D. 1871, and married Henry 

Roberts. 

1872. LOUIS JEROME LOMAX, son of Margaret Wliite and her hus- 
band, Henry J. Lomax, was born in Worth Co., Mo., Dec. 23, A. D. 1872, 36th 

Av Victoria, and 4th year 21st Presidential Term, Grattt ; aiul married Mary 
Ellen Schoonover, Feb. 28, A. D. 1892. 

1873. MARTHA LOMAX, daughter of Sarah Ann and Jostphus Lomax, 
was born Feb. 6, A. D. 1873, and married Zebulon Truax, Apr. 19, A. D. 18S6. 

* Their child is — 

X' Mary Ann TKUAX.bom Apr. 12, A. D. 1SS7. Address, Taylorsville, Ky. 

The mother descends Jrom William Lomax, the Englishman, who settled in 

Rockingham Co., N. C. 

1873. On Mar. 4, A. D. 1873, Grant commenced administering the 22d 
Presidential Term. 

1874. LAURA E. FANNELL, daughter of Mahala J. Lomax and her 
husband, Tiiomas Fannell, was born at Camp Point, Adams Co., 111., Oct. 25, 
A. D. 1874, 38th Victoria, and 2d year 22d Presidential Term, Grant; and 
married Frank T. Bruner. Address, New Bedford, Iowa. 

1875. CLARA BELLE SPEARS, daughter of Sarah Elizabeth Cliffton 
and her husband, William Spears, was born Aug. 30, A. D. 1875, 39th Victoria, 

) and 3d year 22d Presidential Term, Grant ; and married Albert Smith, Apr. 
22, A. D. 1892, 



^KDimHDA. 



JOHN I.OMAX OF MARYLAND AND HIS -DKSCENDANTS. 

iJDHN.LOMAX came to the Colony of Maryland probably from England. 
}He -.was born abonl A. .D. 1738. ":He:married Maletta Roberts about A. D. 
71-756. .Accordinj^ to the tr.tdilion in the family, as -given me by Ira Lomax. 
\when tiie wife was a small t^iii she was kidnapped and brought to the Colonv 
■ of\Maryland, and then "bound " to some one and -sent to school. She w,is 
'heir to a large estatL-. They had a family of 8 children, and both father aiiJ 
•mother died when the youuf^er children were qm'te small. Their children 
are — 

.Thomas Lo.max, born about A. D. 1757. 

JOHN LoMA.x, born about A. D. 1759. 

^Stephen I.omax. born about A. D. 1761. 

'William Lomax, born in January, A. D. 1763. 

^Benjamin Lomax, born about A. D. 1765. 

:Mary Lomax, born about A.D. 1767. 

'Nancy Lomax, born about A. D. 1769. 

\Wattv Lomax, born about A. D. 1771, a young man lost overboard 
rat sea. 

'THO.MA5 LOMAX, above named, is 1 think, the same named on pav,"' 
;8o, whose address was Danville, Ky., and whose birth is there stated as about 
1760. After the deuh of his parents he brought up his younger brothers. 
r'j / WVilliam an<LBenjamin. He observed Sunday very -strictly as a sabbalh d,\y 
•"^ rHemoved to North Carolina and settleti in the edge of Montgomery Co., ami 
.afterwards moved to Kentucky. Mis descendants are quitt- numerous, as wm 
be seen in the foregoing jKiges. 

)OHN I^O^LAX. son ofMaletla Roberts and her husband John Lom.i.x. 
\was born in the Colony ofMiryland, about A. I). 1759. He was a soldier m 
•the revolutionary war. He moved to. Lynchburg. Va. His daughter was — 
Nancy LoALw. born about .A. I) 1781. 

'STEPHEN LOMAX, son of Maletta Robt-rts and her husb.md John 

Lomax, was born in the Colony of Marylaml, about A. L) 1761. He was low 

:af in stature, stoop-shouldered, and oi s.iudy comple.xion. He was a notfo 

'■■r mechanic and worked at his trade until he bt-cune blind. He owned slaves 

.nnd'considerable other property. 

\W1LLL\M LO.^L•VX, son of M.ilelta Roberts and her husband John 
^^ .Lomax. was born in the C Mony of Maryl;.nd in j.muary, A. I). 1763. H<- wa- 
]/' .a.-soldier in the revolution, iry war, and for such service he, and liis widov^ 



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afterward, drew pensions from the U. S. government. He h.ul a strong;. 
coarse voice, and heavy eyebrows ; in stature, low. After tliey moved to 
North Carolina, their farms were adjoining each other, William's in Davidson 
and Benjamin's in Randolph counties, which they purchased 90 years ago, 
William Lomax married Tabitha Goodwin, who resided on Roan O.ik River 
in North Carolina. Their children are — 

John Lomax, born Nov. 6, A. D. 1794. 

Anna Lomax. born Oct. 16, A. D. 1796. 

Nancy Lomax, born Jan. 20, A. D. 1799; died June 4. A. I). 1S73. 

Mary Lomax, born June 19, A. D. 1801 ; died Jan. lo, .\. D, 1SS8. 

William Lomax. born June 20, A. D. 1S03. 

Cornelius Lo.max, born March 20, A. D. 1806. 

Wesley Lomax, born May 31, A. D. 1S09. 

BENJAMIN LO^L^X, son of Maletta Rol).:Tts and lu-r husband Jc.lui 
r. Lomax, was born m the Colony of IVL^ryland. ai)out A. I >. 1765. He was a 
t soldier in the revolutiorary war. His son was — 

Pinckney Lomax. 

MARY LOMAX, daughter of Maletta Roberts and lu-r luisbii/id jolin 
ly Lomax, was born in tiie Colony of Maryland, about A. D. 1767, and "marrit-d 
a Portugee." 

NANCY LO.MAX, daughter of Maletta Roberts and her husband juliii 
^ Lomax, was born in tiie Colony of Maryland, al)out A. D. 1769, and nianied 
y" Shelton. Their son is — 

Benjamin Shelton, born about A. D. 1789. 

NANCY LOMAX, viatighter of the John Lomax who moved from the 
Colony o! Maryland to Lynchburg, Va., was born about A. D. 17S1. Married 
Nicholas Young, a baker in Lynchburg 

JOHN LOMAX, son of Tabitha Goodwin, and her husband William 
Lomax, was born Nov. 6, A. D. 1794. Had a daughter — 
Eliza Lo.max, born about A. D. 1819. 

ANNA LOMAX, daughter of Tabitha Goodwin and her husband William 
Lomax, was born Oct. 16, A. D. 1796. 

NANCY LO.MAX, daughter of Tal)itha Goodwin and her luisbaiid 
William Lomax, was born Jan. 20, A. D. 1799, and died June 4, A. D. 1S73. 

MARY LOMAX. daughter of Tabitha Goodwin and lu-r husband William 
Lomax, was born June 19, A. D. iSoi, and died Jan. 10, A D iSSS. 

WILLIAM LOMAX, son of Tabitha Goodwin and her husban.i William 
Lomax, was born June 20, A. D. 1S03, and married Mary Stuart. Their 
children — 

EZEKIEL Lomax, born about A. D. 1822: died. 

Henry Lomax, born about A. D. 1824 ; died. 

John Lomax, born about A. D. 1826. 

Ira Lomax. 



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C<^GRNELIUS LOMAX, son of Tabitha Goodwin and her husband 
\>yilliatn Loinax, was born March 20, A. D. 1806. 

VWESLEV LOMAX, son of Tabitha Goodwin and her hii.sb;-ind William 
_Lomax. was born May 31, A. D. 1809. Tiieir children— 

^sNoAH VV^lNnOKN LoMAX. 

John Wesley Lomax. '' 

'; . AeJson Lomax— dead. ^ 

^"^ .Wilson Gray Lomax. 

^^ANCY Lomax. 

vVyiLi-iAM James Grant Lomax. 
■i^EORGE Washington Lomax. 
i John Nelson Lomax. 
/Zebedee Rush Lomax. 

££L1ZA lomax, daughter of John Lomax, was born about A. D. 1619, 
;^- and. married John Lofliii or Laughlin. Address, Jacksun Hill Davidson 
S-O; N. C. 

\WILLIAM NELSON LOMAX. Address. Chandler's Grove, Mont- 
;goaiery Co , N. C. 

.-ADISON LOMAX'S grandsons- 
(Charles Bkadshavv Lomax 
\ Walter Lomax. 

JRA L0>L^X. son of Mary Stuart and her husband William Lomax 
/,, married Miss Hopkins Oct. 18. A. D. .858. Their children are- 
• Ebknezer Winborn Lomax, born Nov. 20, A. D. 1869. 
lE. W. Lomax, Eckman, McDowell Co., W. Va. 

vPINCKNEV LOMAX, died in Virginia during the Southern rebellion. 
I. Of his childnn arc— 
) Joseph M. Loma.x. 

CClCERO LOMA.X 

-LUCY MAR1.\D.\ B.AILEY, daughter of Adison Lomax, married 
==^ Baily. Address, Eagle Springs, Moore Co., N. C. 

JOHN NELSO.X' LOM.XX. Address, Troy, Montgomery Co., N. C. 
\W1LI,IAM NI:LS0N LO.MAX'S sons- 
/>- Daniel Lom.\x. 

,)ohn IIavkn Lomax. Both residing in North Carolina. 
;P.. A.. LOMAX. Address, Trap Hill. Wilks Co., N. C. 

■JOHN LOMAX, son of Mary Stuart and her husband William Lomax, 
has the following si>ii.;— 
\/ Hexry Lia Lomax. 
I .William Nixon Lomax. 

Adison Low Lomax. 

C<qieERO .LO.MAX, of North Carolina. 



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PINCKNEY LOMAX, of North Carolina. 

FIELDING COGGIN, of North Carolina, grandson of Benjamin Loniax. 

HON. GEORGE M. LOMAX, of Simsboro, La., is an active member of 
the State Legislature. 

REV. ALEX. A. LOMAX, of Batesville, Miss., is President of the Bap- 
tist State Convention, which represents 83,000 white Baptists. His eldest son, 
L. C. Lomax, is at Georgetown, Col., Ky., preparing for the Law. His eldest 
daughter, Mary F., is a graduate of Blue Mountain Female College, and is first 
assistant teacher in the High School at Halletlsville, Tex. The daughter, 
Mabel Clyde, died Aug. i, 1894. She had recently graduated with honor from 
Blue Mountain Female College. She was a beautilul Christian character, 
aged 28 years, 9 months and 15 days, when stricken down. 

CAP. TILLMAN LOMAX was Captain in the Southern army. He was 
born in Soutii Caroh'na, Oct. 22, 1818, and married Sarah Brownlee, Aug. 4, 
i8/j4, in Abbeville District, S. C. He died in Holmes Co., Miss., Jan. 18, 1S76. 
His children are— 

Martha Arabella, born, July 22, 1845. 

Sarah Francis, born March 30, 1848; died March 5, 1S70. 

Celestia Ximena, born June i, 1850. 

James Terrence, born March 4, 1852. 

Mary Ellen, born Sept. iS, 1854. 

George Pierce, born Nov., 1856; died Jan. 1875. 

Kennedy Horington, born Dec. 27, 1858, 

Florence Amelia, born Nov. 8, i860; died June 21, 1891. 

Samuel Herndon, born April 5, 1863. 

Olive Anderson, born Feb., 1867. 

Sydney, born Jan., 1871; died July, 1875. 

ELVIRA ANN HUNT, born in A. D. 1829, is the wife ol Lentsford 
Lomax, of Young's Creek, Ind. ^^(^ (J^t^ . ^ , I i / ^f 

One of Dr. James W. Keller's daughters, married Mr. E. M. Syfan, and 
they have a daughter, Mary Louise Syfan, born Nov. 8, A. D. 1893. Mr. 
Syfan is a farmer. Address, Abbeville, S. C, 

DR. E, A. COOK, is in the active practice of his profession, at Kirk's 
Grove, Ala. 



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ERRATA. Ij 



fACi LINE. I I 

«j. 37. for ■' Fivehurst, " read Firchur?;l. )i 

]:.', :!(;. lor •LaurcDt " read Liiwreut. ;[ 

];>, L'. lor '■Ilartfiirdsiiire" read HcrllbTdsliire. jj 

16, i:. lor -, Moo vis" road Moois ■ 1 

10, J-1, lor '•juonor" read manor. ', \ 

Iti, '2'X for -Hcnrj- Ciriinshaw" read Iloury de Grlmsliaw. M 

10. 3-, lor '-John de Ma wdc-slcv" read John deAIawdesley. J I 
.18, -J. f()r"Caltera!r' r!\i(l Cotterall. \\ 

21, 12, for -'Darliam " leud Durham. . ;| 

22, 2s. lor •'Johanne" read .lohautiah. 

2i), ;iT, for •'Ilolndeii" read Ilolmdeu 1 

31. 17, for 'Ilarwurlh" read Karm-.vorth. •' 

3], 3:'., for -yyldesloy-' read TykU'slcy. " 

3-1, Ij, for "I3;i7" read l.;07. . i 

35, 2_'. for '■l-)ii7' read l-:0't. ! 

•1}, 27, fur "To^vn '■ le.td TowiT. | 

43. IS, lor •'Henry i.oinax ' read Henry Lonia.x, .Ir. ' . } 

4l>. J. for *• Callerall ■■ read Cotterall. | 

47. J 3, for-lJKi" read l^lil. j 

47, 21, for "His and forth" read Hci and forth. j 

4b, 3 lines from bottom, for -coater-ed " read cottiscd. (Her.) i 

49, 10. for "Town " read Tower. • 

54, 7. for "beailn?" read learn ing. 

5J, 44, for "lo-JS" read 1683. -■ 

S7, S. for "Richard Lolmax " read Richard Lomax. ; 

69, 17, for "net ■' read aet. ■■ 

11, 21, for " 1827 •' read 1727. • ' 
7], 40. for ■•Marshton" read ^!arstou. • ■ 

82, 22, for -'ColedLC" read College. 

88. 27, for ■' 1797" read i777. 

91, G2. for " profes.-ionar' read professorial. 

101, 36, for " Ann Loinax ' read Aun-i Louiax. 

JOS, 4, for "Callawa" read Callowa. 

lOJ, 34, for " Ac ■' read He. 

106, 23, for " worn " rea d were . 

109, bottom line, for •' IS ■'> " read 1703. 

110, 15, for "Rainwortli " read liumworth. 
114, 24, for "lb0.r' read 1,01. 

119, 37. for "1822" read IS >-•. 

121, 10, for "Lovincy" read Loviccy. 

123, 34, for " iS il " read IS '.y. 

133, 3, for " Uerncr'' read Dcmcr. 

13^?, 29. for " ISl.J " read IS! 4. 

138, 36, lor •' Havey" read Harvey. 

112. 3, for "Lbiircns" read Lauren.^. 

IM. 1.3, for "Sheman" road Sherman. 

160. 6. for " 1&.>2 " read lHi:i. 



160, 
,162, 



16.5, 



?6^ 



bottom line, for " Oliver X. Lomax - read Oliver A. Lomax 
for " ICth " read 10th. 
for " 1828 " read ISiO. 
for "Their" read His 



167, 42, for " Raphina ' read Ruphlna. 



for " Voluneers" read Volunteers 
for "Sherwood" read Shadrach 



.170, 
.175, 

178, 7, for " 18-M " read 18-54. 

181, 

186, 

18G, 



194 



for "Bot." read Bvt 

6, for " Vera " read Vcrda. 

9', for " Jamostow ' read .Tamestown. 
. 2^! for " Willy " read Wiley. 

VG, for " Bouner " read Bonner. 
D 10, for '• Edmunds'- read Edmonds 



195, 19, for" U:iJ. nnrn.<o>r read Jylc 
200', .Stt, for" Backner'' read Bucki 



for ". Rachel Gieselda'- read Rachel Griselda. 

221, .2, for "Austin lona " read Austia lona. 

219 28 for "Sparloclc" read Spurlock. 

m, 27; for " Ella L. Bartholomew " read Alia L. Bartholomew. 

■m ' bottom line, for" Whiggs" read AViggs 

S2 6 for ".lohn William Galley" read John Fillmore Gailey. 

.2.S5'. 3). for •• Maria Casther " read Maria Castner. 



For " Adison, Silas l.omax." read Adi.on ^";^; ';« '^ ^^ 

Armfield, Maria K., tor - Wettmenstcr" read AU- tnnn .tei 

Armneld, " Nora Aola.'" read Ar.nfu-ld, Nona Ao a^ 

Arthur Lomax. d " ISS^V read IS.U; aNo p. ' .^ ; ^'d . 

Boatinan, Clida M., dan. of • J. P. l>e U eesc. road 11 IX v^ 

Brown, Mary Maria K.. for "s." read dau. 

Brownlec, Sarali, d. '-ISIV read IsSo. 

" Blind V, Lonozodio E." read Bundy, Lou/ad ;u K. 

•• Burton, Doralhy," read Burton, Porothy. 

Clifton, Alwilda C, for b. ' 1M7," read ISTl. 

Day. Eugenie, for b. " lOHT.-' read m;.. 

De Priest, And. ew, for p. " 11-'," read '.'.W 

.Edmund Shillett I.omax, for " NeUy - read >etl.-> 

"Edwares. James." read IMwards. Jamis. - 

Florence L,. I.omax, add dan. of. 

Frane. Celia, wifeof " J. E. Short." nad I. K. SH'-n. 

Galen I.omax, for " Ga." road Ark. 

"GaiiHCtte, Albert II.." read Garntt Albert 11 

George Kelley Lomax, for s. of ' John A." read s. of Jam, .\ 

Giles, Mary E., for p. " Hi:'." read Kit 

"Rnbcrt.H. Lomax," read Herbert II i-ouimn 

Hugh Lomax, for p. " V " read .")S. 

James Lomax. Em,., for p. ' 113" .e;ul ill 

.lames DiUiard Lomax, for b. about " in.-, reau 1«ik 

Jessie Maud Lomax. for p. "^n'i" i'""\"'-'- 

James U. Lomax, for p. 'O 



Jones. Thomas, U>r "s.ot IL I-.Muav ' rea( 

Joseph LomaN.b. "Dee. l(i," read ive 1 •. 

-J. William Lom:ix,- road J. Wil.'. nn l.onia.v. 

••Lewis J. Lomax." read I, .-wis.). Low^ax. 

•• Eomas. Edward do la,- road Lo.na. kduardo d. 

•■.Lomaz. Leopold " road Lome?. Leopold. 



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364 

Mitchell, Charles, for p. " 115 " read 117. 
P. liOtnax, for p. "27" read 170. 
3'luinbe, A. G., Esq., for p. " 170" readTO, 
"•Richard Loinax," p 44, read Richard Lomas. 

itichardsou, .lacob, for " hus. of M. C. iirodly,' read has. of M. C. Broadawaj-. 
'•Jlickey, James," read Richey, James. 

Roberts, Lubcty, for 's. of .\l. K. Edmonds," readdau. of M. E. Edmonds, 
•tiamucl Lotnax, d. about 'IStl," read 188J. 
■Hpears, Dorolliy " Mary," read Dorothy May. 
'*+jpolerford, W'ellf.jrd L.," read Spottsfor, Wellford L. 
ifitout, I-nuisa, b. " Jan. 10," read b. June 10. 
■Husan Lomax, for "Deep Water, Mo." read Kinderhook, III 
Thlfrpen, IJcnjamin, for foster fa. of "M. T. Lomax" read M. L. Loraax. 
Trappes, Eraueis M., Esq., for " Midee Hall,' read Midd Hall. 
" Waide, Sarah," Catherine, read Wade, Bar ah Catherine. 
■"'Waide. Wiley." read Wade, Wiley. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



Aeu — aged. 
Ala.— Alabama. 
Ark.— Arkansas, 
b.— born. 
JBur.— burled. 
■In-o. — brother. 
^Cal.— California. 
vCo — County. 
Col.— Colorado, 
£on, — Conuecllcut. 
.d.— died, 
dau.— daughter, 
fa,- father. 
Qa.— Georgia, 
lier.— heraldry. 
Herts— Hertsfordshire. 
Ja. — Iowa. 
111.— Illinois, 
iTid . — In d iana. 
l.T^Indian Territory, 
atnt— Knight. (Her.) 
iK y ,— K^^en tuck y . 
!«.— J-oulsiana. 
Lane— iiancashire. 



onar.— married. 
'.Mass.— Massachusetts. 
Miss.— Mississippi. 
AIo.— ^Missouri. 
mo, — mother. 
iN' ont . — M on tana . 
.mss. — manuscripts. 
_Neb.— Nebraska. 
Nev. — Nevada 
:N C— North Carolina. 
"N . "Me.\.— New INlexlco. 
ob — died. 

or — ordinary. (Her.) 
res.— residence. 
-B — son. 

sa.— sable (Her ) 
*; C— South Carolina 
€iS; — sister, 
s. p.— without isBue. 
Ten. — Tennessee. 
Te<.— Texas. 
Va.— Virginia, 
w.— wife. 



INDEX. 



NAME. 



Aaron I.oinax 

Abel 1/omax. Hon 

Abel Lomax 

Abel liOniax 

Abernathy, Sarah Jane, 

A bsalom I.omax 

Adaui Lomax 



REMARKS. 



Mayo. nS9....JDec. 9, 1818 .. 
July 6, 178J . :. June -J. 18o7. . 



in 1814 in 1S8'J 

April 17. 1840 .lOec. '^i. 1S79. 

about ]K>] jSept 7. I88i. 

July 4, 1788 ...! 

about 1712 ....JD.c. 8. 1780.. 

Adam Lomax about 1791 .... Jan. "21, 1872 

Adams, Cyntbia Jane. . f)ct. 2-', 1819. .. 

A damp, Elizabeth jabout 1K13 .... 



Adams, George Frankli 

A da me, James 

Adams, Jesse Jame.s .. 

Adams, Jesse S 

Adams, John A 

Adams, Julia A 

Adams, Louisa M 

Adams, Mary 

Adams, William L 

AdisoD, Silas Lomax.. 

Adliinson, Andrew 

Albaugh, Alice ;\Iary.. 

Albaugb, Anna C 

Albaugh, John W 

Albaogb, John W , Jr, 

Albaugh, Sara (' 

Albert Lomax 

Albert 1-omax 

Albert Pemlott liOmax 

A Idarlua Lomax 

Alex. Abram Lomax. . 
Alex. A. Lomax, Ho\ .. 
Alexander A. Lomax .. 
Alexander, Anna Kay 
Alexander, Krank E. ... 
Alexander, (ieorgia N.. 
Alexander, Grace Rc<d 

Alexander, Horace 

Alexander, Horace (iu.v 
Mali 



18« 



Dec. 2. J, 17;t0.. 

Feb. 10, l.si.'i . 

Sept. 20, 1822. 

1822 



Alex.andcr, I 
.Alfred Loma 
AlfreilLoma 

Alfred Lomax \i- 

A Ifred I iOmax [ 1 

.Mfretl I.omax, K.^v jNov. 20, iKid. 

Alfred Henry l,oni:i\ ..J Dec 4, ISiii... 

Alfred Mitclu-ll Lomax .jia 18:>!) 

.Mired Otto Lomax '.\ug. 10. IS.Sl . 

-Mice Lomax jabout Itr75 ... 

-Mice Lomax jalxnit 1070 ... 

-Mice lA)max hihout 170,', ... 



Feb. 18, 1827...! .... 
about 1841 ....| .... 
Oct. 28. 1821... jOct 

about 1789 | 

Dec. 8, 1829.... I 

Dec. 7, 1822 ... 
Juno 30, 182.'.. 

about 18'0 

Jan. 19, 1832 .. 
May 17, 1877 .. 
about 1818 .... 

about 1890 

about 1870 ... 
about 1831 ... 
about 1867 .... 
about 187.T .... 

about 180C 

about 1SH6 .... 

Aug. 2.3, 1849.. 

March 14, ISOS 

March 13, 1859 

May 4, 18.(0. 

in 1881. 

f)ct. 27, 1871 

Nov. 24, I860. 

Oct. 17, 1880... Dec. 19, ISSO 

May 9, 1874 .. joct. 21. issj. 

about 1844 i 

-May 3, \Ml .. .\ 

Ian. 1, 1S,S2 .. .; 



April 22, 187.5 . 




'Feb 
i.Ma.N 



1S88 



Abbeville, S. C. s. of Terrence 

.Marion, Ind., s. of Williiim 1' 

Bureau Co.. Ill, s. of I'.obert 

Young's Creek, Ind., s. o( Hon. < Juinti:i 

: N. C, \v. of G. W. Farrin^rlon . 

Abbeville, S. C, s. of James 

Holtou. Kng., a Solicitor 

Hollon, Eng., grandson of Adam 

Ander.son Co., S. C, dau. ofll Lomnx 

Abbeville, S. C, w.ol J. Lomax 

, Tex., s. of R. Lomax 

Rcardstovvn, Tenn., hus. of .\ Wilburn 

Abbeville, S. C. s. of K . Lomax 

.Abbeville, S. C, hus. of 11 . liOmax.... 

Fulton Co., Ark ., s. of K Lomax 

Shreeveporl, La., dau of R. Lomax . .. 
Edgelield, S. C.,dau. ofK. Lomax .... 
McP'.wen, Tenn , 2d w of J. R Riown. 

Edgefield, S C.,s. of R. Lomax 

Meridian, Tex.,s. of James T 

, Ky , hus. of M. Loma.\ 

Kaltimore, Md . dau. of M. A. Lomax 
New York city, dau. of M. .\. Lomax.. 
Now Y'ork city, 2d hus. of .M. .\. Lomax 

New York city, s of M. .\. Lomax 

New York city, dau. of M .\ . Lomax .. 
Rocking.iam Co., N. C, s. of Moses ... 

Linn Co., Mo., s. of Junius 

-. . s. of William 1' 



Steadham, Ala., dau. of Sydney 

Rock Creek. .Ark., .s. of Charle-- H 

Ratesville, Mis.s., s. of .Alfii d 

Crystal Springs, .Miss., s. of Kciudy H. 

Denison, Tex,, dau. of E. A. Lomax 

Denison, Te.\., s. of E. A. Lom;i\ 

Denison, Tex., dau. of E. .A. Lomax.... 

Denison, Tex., dau. of i:. .A. I.um.ix 

Denison, Tex., hus. of E. A. lomax 

Denison, Tex, s. of 10 .\. Lomax 

Denison, Tex., dau. of E. A I.omax... 

.\mity, .\rk., s. of William I'. 

Stoutland, Mo., .s. of Jonathan 

.Marion. Ind., s. of Hon. \bel 

Kirksville, Mo., s. of Robert 

Helix, Did., s. of Dr. .l.-tui I'. 

ColoradoSpiiii-s.Col.. .. .vofWilllam P. 

Holmes Co., Miss., s i.f .Mircil 

Young's Cr.ck. I nd.. s. ,,| 1 ;,-.-. Mfnd. 

Kolton. I'.n- , W ill provrd 

llarwoo'l. I'.ii^ , dau. of.b.lin 

llarwood, i:ng., dau. ol l;ii-liard 



BORN 



REMARKS. 



Alk'e l.oinax. 

Alic'o l.omax. 

Alice lA>ina\ 

Alico l.oTiiax 



r.li 



Alici" iriiMla I 
Allison, lU'i.t; 
AINup. \\illi;i 



hibt.ut 1S24 ... 
.about lS.1-1 ... 
. alioiit 1841 .. 

, jaboiU 180:! ... 

.May 2.>, 18111. 

Doc. :il. l8o(> . 
.'Sept. l;f, 1878. 



.\ll(Mii;i I oniax i( let. :{, 188(1.. 

Aniaii.li iMlith l.oina \ . |.\]iril 8, 18(17 
,\ni;.u.!a .laiii' l.viiiia.x . ,Fel). 11, 18.52. 

Amt-lia l.oinax labout 1818 ... 

Anu'lia loiuax about IS51 .., 

.ViDicU, .vU'rcd about 1M2 ... 

AiiiicU .Mfred ( irt. 17. 187(1 

Aliiick. V.li/a ()<•!. 17, 187(1. , 

Aini.k, .lobii \l,iil '.. 18.jn 

.\iii.v l.onia.x Ma.v .Id. 18(!() 

.\iiiy Kli/.abctli l-oiua.x . . Nov. II, 1878. 

.\i.<liilioMi I.ornax about 184!) ... 

Anderson. Mary A\u, . 'a))out 18-^2 .. 
Al)(trf>v l.ouiax ' let. :!.l, 181(1 

.\u(lr.\v .l.u-ksou l,oi,,:,x \|;,,rh 1, l8-)lil)cc 



Bnry, Eng , sister ofi^aniuel C 

Bolton, Eng., dau. of Jobuson 

Newbury, S. (;., dau. of I.ucicn, Esq. .. 

("t.xford, ()., dau. of Samuel (' 

Chestnut Gap, Ga., dau of G. W. A. J. 

Augusta, Ga., dau. of William J 

Meridian, Tex., dau. of James A 

Mound City, Kans., \v. of W. A. Lomax 
( »ranK('ville, Ind., hu.s. of K. (J. Pa vis. 
I.ear, tlarUCo , Arl?., s. of W..J. Lomax 

Atlanta, Mo., dau. of Alfred 

Mound City, Kans., dau of William A. 
Young's Creek, Ind., dau. of Wellington 
I'nion Grove, Mo., dau. of Henry J ... 
London, Eng., dau. of 1 »r. James W. .. 
, Miss., dau. of Tillman 



Hillsdale, N. C, bus. of >L Farrington 

Hillsdale, N. C, s. of John 

Hillsdale, N. C. dau of .Hthn 

Hillsdale, N C., s. of M. Karriiigton. .. 
Young's Creek, Ind , dau of Jonathan 

Kimsboro. La., dau of William P 

,s. of John 

La I'orte, Ind., w. of A. Lomax 



itii 





i;ii/;i l.oiiL 




l''(aMc<-s 1,. 




.M.'iria Lou 




1 Mari.i Lou 




1 Tayloe Loi 



ibolll 


I8:il .... 


atl8yrs 





ibout 


I8(l!» 




Kr'sl 


iboul 


18'-'l» ... 


In 1811 


New 


Iulv7 


, 1877 . .. 




lilac 



about 18tli 



.\nna l.omax i April 2!), 1818,. '.Sept. 4, 184ii 

Anna Lomax iluly l-i, 18'J(; .. labout 18.i<) . 

AiiiiJi Blanche Lomax . .. j.Ian. 2.=), I88;{.. 

.\nna C. Lomax about 1878 

Anna D. [,omax IMitcbell] about 186(5.. 
.VunaUodson Lomax .... about 1871 . .. 

Anna .lane Loiyiax Feb. 7, 18")8.... 

.\iina .Maria Lomax [about 1829 .... 

Anna .May Lomax i.lan. 7, I88;L... 

.XnuaNasb Lom.ix .'.\u^'. .'), I8.i0.,. 

Anne Lomax . about 1(1(12 



about 181 



An lie Lomax about l'!S8 .... 

Anne L(..max about 1727 ....I 

.\iine Lomax about 1757 ....-, 

.\mic Lomax about 17<iO lyoun^ 



CedarCreek Landing, Tenn., s. of John 

Linden, Tenn., son of James T 

Young's ( 'reek. Hid., s. of I If)n. C^ui 
Lilllc l.cvcr, I'Ji- , l.cll ol Adin . 

IbnN, I'.iit;., dau olMoliii 

, V'a , dau.ol Ma.j. ,Mai 

N'aiparai.Mi, Ind., dau. ol .loMpli . 

, dau. of.Iolin 

iirg, Va., d:iu. of .Iiidge .lolm 

York (aly, dau of.lobn 

vsburg, Va.,dau otcieii. L. L. 



T.. 



Valparaiso, Ind , dau of Hon. .\bel.. 

Beardstown, Tenn., dau. of .John 

Boomer, .Mo , dau. of Dr. Win M. 

Atlanta, Mo , dau. of Alfred 

.Memphis, Tenn., dau. of John 11 

Troy, N. Y., dau. of Hr. Jos I) 

lied Lodge, .Mont , dau. of Wm. 1' 

Bolton, Eng , dau, of .lohn 

La (lede, ,Mo , dau ofJamesW 

l''armdale, .\la , dau. of.lobn T 

liradshaw, Isng., dau. of Thomas 

W iMlton, Eng , w.of Hev K. Tallents 
Bovingdon,- I'.ng., dau. of Thomas, Esq 
Marston, lOng., dau ofl)r. William... 
Marston, Eng , dau. of Dr. William... 

London, Eng , dau. of Dr. .lames 

London, L.iig , dau of Dr , lames 

Childwlckbury. lOm , dau ol .losbiia 



I, 187(1 

I8iy ,., 



haig., dau. 



W 



NAME. 



BORN. 



DIED. 



REMARKS. 



Aunif Loiuax 

Annie L.oinax 

Ann it- Lomax 

Annie Loniax 

Anne Lomax . 

Anson Lomax, Ksq. . . 

Apple, .Jennie 

ArmiieKl, .Mien IL ... 

Armlield, Alverla 

Armtield, Ardciia <'. 
Armtield, ("mi Kniniet 

.■\rmlield, Coiina J 

Annlield, Dr. David A 
Armfield. Karl V 
Armfield Elizabeth C. 

Armtield, Eiisley F 

Armtield, Eiii^cne SapiJ 



III 



aliont IGOL' ....i 

about 18.J:i ....| 

jNov. !l, 181!).. ' 

|.Ian. 17, ISO:!. ..Feb. 13, 1S(;5. 

about 1«I3!I 'in iiU'aney.. 

about 1S52 : 

about l.S')o .. 

I.)uly IC, 18i;{ 
! Auk. .'51, !'<•«> . 
.Ausj. •_', 1S8I. .. 
;.\ui;. l.{, INSI). 
jSept. lis, lS.0-1.. 
April 7, 18:i7 . 
[All,•,^ l.'i, IWJ.. 
;.Mareb23, lS;r 
lApril 11, 184i>.|Sept 
Aug. -J is: 



. I Holtou, Kng., dau. of HI lis 

. Bolton, Eng.. dau. of .lolinsou 

. ; Vouns's Creek, Ind., dau. of I.ent>f<>rd 
. Holmest'o., .Misis., dau. of James .v.... 

. New York city, dau, of i;iias 

. • Bolton, Eufr., s. of lleurv 



)f .\. L. 




Armtield, Hamilton about ISM 



.\us 



.luly JS, 1811 
.Juiu- y, iss*;.. 
I Aug 2, 1S.«I .. 
A Ug, 2!), ISSS 
.Iune25, 187 .i 
-Nov. 27, IHl') 
.Uinel'L', \».v.i 
(let 0, ISSii .. 
.Nov. 1-2, 1S7S 
.July •-', 18SI . 
Dec. Ki, 1,S7S., 



Armtield, Jonathan 

Armtield, Jouathau 

Armtield, Maria E . 

Armfield, .Mary E 

Armtield, Mary .Ian 

-Armtield, Mary U... 

.\rmfleld, Neediiani 

Armfield, Nora Aol: 

.\rmtleld, Ora .\dal: 

Armfield. Itita Ham 

Armtield, Verda Mii . 

Armtield, Willi.Tiii i:.... .Nov. :^(i, L> 

.Armor, Kath.iiue aliout 178J 

Arnold, Barbara about 17Si 

-Arnold, John M aiiout 18J2 

Arnold, Louda .\ about ISol 

Arrasmith, Martha .fane al>oul 

Arrington, Eli/.abeth about I 

Artluir Lomax 

Arthur Lomax about I8:si; . 

Artluir Lomax, iti'v about IhjS . 

Artlip, -Vlsina ..about 18J4 

A.sahel Lomax Feb, 1.5, 1787 

.Asahol Lomax [about 181.') |.\j)ril 2. 

Asahel Lomax in ISIS 

Asahel Loma.x Aug. 11, ls7i 

Asa White Lomax |Feb, 7. 1S57.. 

Aspinall, Tlehu |about ISIKi 

Aspinall, John, Ks.i about 1770 

Atkins, Daviil [about 18i>l 

Atkinson, Floy,'. Herbert 'june 28, 1881 

Atkinson, Kos.oc .Jan. 7, l.ssii . 

Atkinson, l{o<< -Nugent sciit. l':!, 1SU_' 

Atkinson, Wilb, r about 1v"kS .. 

Vugusta.LK>ans Lom:ix| 

.Augustus Loll Kiy iNov. IS, ISJO 

Augustus Lou. .IX net. :!, Is7t; .. 

Augustus -A. Lomax !Dec,, 181.5... 



Young's Creek. Ind., 

•Summerville, Mo., s. ..f T. siir.i t . . . 

.^ummerville. Mo., dan. oi .\. II 

Jamestown. N. C., dau. of .Niedhani 
Jamestown, N.C.. s. of Di. Havid A.. 

Ki«-hmond, Va., dau. of T. simrt 

Jamestown, X. ('., s. of r. Short . ... 
.Jamestown. N. C, s, of Dr. David .A. 
Uandleman. N. C, dau. of T. .short.. 

.laniestown,>". C s. of Dr. David A. 
.lamestown, .N. C , bus, of T. .short... 



of .Allfu 11.. 




y<> 


■/. 


■t. . 


i'*> 


u ofNe^-ilha 


II s. 


17- 



'CS< 



l.iout 18SU .. 
Ul ISMJ .. 




I Summerville, M, 
I Weltininsler, -N. 
, Janii'stown. >', ( 
! Summervilh', M 

Cabool, Wo,, dau 
I Jame.stown. >>' ( 

Jamestown, .N. ( 
i Summerville, M 

.laniestown, X. ( 

.Jamestown, -N. ( 
' Summt-rville, .Mi 

Bellton,S. c, w. 

.\bbevillf, S. c, 
: Vanceviile, La 
; Vanceviile, L; 

Dublin, Ind., 1: 

Hickman Co., Teiui., w 

Bolton. l-:ng,, g'df. of J 

Bolton. i:ng., s. of Johnson 

Southwell, .s. Africa, Kc-tor 

I J.aCiede, Mo„ w,of,l. W . l,oin;,.\. . 

Portland, .Mo., sou of U'illiani I'. . . . 

, Ala., s. of William 

, 111., s. of Kobi It 

Young's ( reek, I nd., s. of .\ bri 

j Union Grove, .Mo., s. of ll.'iny J. ... 
I Standen Hall. Kng.,w. of.l. Lomax. K 

Standen Hall, Kng.. la. of 1 Irl.n ... 



has. 



w. of 



:-.\ll.Mi 11 ... 

Lomax 

(i.W . l.Miuax 
,. .1. l-irowul-t- 

■. Ihowiik.,... 
. 1 1. .N. era nor 
fW. Lomax.. 
n ^:.lollrl^oIl. 



I Orange Co., In 
Orange Co.. In 
I Orange Co., In 
i <.>rang.- Co.. Ind. h 
I Grand lUiplds, .Mi. -I 
I AbbeviUe, S. c, SOI 
I Bellton, (ia.. s. .,f .\ 
I Bellton, Ga., s, of (; 



litis, of S. 
s. of \. L 

s. of .\. 1/ 

s. of \. I. 



. A. J,.. 



NAME. I 

Augustus B. I.oiiiax 

Avery C. l.omax 

Bailey ('. l.omax ,. 

Baker, l.oula Maln-l 

BnUor, Melviuii 

Balard, .Vlfred .lames... 

Balard. Jes.se .M 

Balard, Mary l^iuily 

Baldwin, A It red Kuss.... 
Baldwin, Bayard i'aylor 

Baldwin, Dillon 

Baldwin, Isabel Bryant.. 

Baldwin. Mary F, 

Barbara l.omax 

Barbara A. C. l-oniax 

Barbara E. l.omax 

Barger, David Fauna 

Barham, .John 

Barnch. Kliza Matilda... 

Barrlck, James 

Bartholomew, .\lla !..... 

Barton, 10 

Bates, Faunie 

Bell, Elizabeth .\nu 

Benjamin Lomax 

Benjamin Lomax 

Benjaniiu F. Foiuax 

Benj. Franklin l.omax .. 

Benjamin l.omax 

Bennett, Uaehel 

Benson, Mr 

Bernshaw Tower 

Bertha Lomax 

Bertha Jane Lomax 

Besson, Dr. W. E 

Best. James 

Bet'.y Lomax 

Betty Lomax 

Bettie I^omax 

Bettie Cora i.omax 

Beverly, Holicrl 



BORN. 



DIED. 



REMARKS. 



June 18, 



Nov. 2 
Jan. ir 



1H7!(. 



Junel, 1857... 

Dee. 18ti6 

about 1S71 .... 
about 185!i .... 
about 18(1 .... 
(»et. HO, IS.'^ii... 
about 18(10 .... 
Mareh'.'2, iss.j 
April lil, I.S.V.) . 
April n, 18.J7 . 

about 1821 

Dec. 28. 1801. . 

about 18:51 

March 1, I8.')8. 
x\ov. I!). 1«;!7 
April hi, ISiiO.. 
about 18.i:{ .... 

about 1757 

about 1SI7 

ab<nit 18tii) 

about 1851 

about I8;i7 .... 
about 18.38 .... 
about 18SH .... 
Sept. Hi, 1817.. 
about 1851 . .. 
Tune 17, lS2.{..iSepl. 22, 1820 
ibout 18ti8 , ' 
ibout 1781 
about 1822 
about 1858 



Bibb, .Mar^iant .\nn. 

BieUley. .\iine 

ItlcUley. Sir Francis , 
Hi<-kl(y, Kicbard .... 
I'.iddle. .l..sci.b,i:M|., 
llidtUe, .Mary Anne.. 



Sept. 11, 18,87. 

ran.;{l. 185,-!.. 

about IS 1 1 ... 

about 1715 ... 

about 1700 ... 

about 17(vl ....'about 1809 

about l.s.!'j ... 

June 20. 18(11 

about 17.'.:{ ... 

.lune HI, 1 8(2 

.lulv 22,"1K11 ..i. 

aboutI.;:;i....l. 



l)()Ul 

liouL 
bout 



Biimh 


.>m. Alict 


Hiie4li 


im. La F 


Bin(,'b 
Black 


iin.Tbori 
.Irnnic 


IllaU.- 
Blake 


i> , loliil 

\ , UoIm rl 


Boalli 


an, (lid. I 



,\uii. 28. is.;i .. .rul\ 



alMHil |S.-,2 ....;. .. 
.Inly 22, ISSI ..|.... 
July :;o, 1.SS5 ..I .... 



Hodges, S. C, son of Samuel R 

Meridian, Tex., s. of Silas S 

.\lto, Ga., s. of John T 

Doniphan, Mo., w. of J. W. Cude 

Kinderhook, 111., w. of J. Schneider. .. 

.Marion, Ind., s. of M. A. Lomax 

.Marion, Ind,, bus. of ."SL -V. Lomax .... 
Marion, Ind., dau.ofM. .\. Lomax.... 

Marion, Ind., s. of ^L Lomax 

JMarion, Ind., s. of M. Lomax 

Marion, Ind., 2d bus. of M. Lomax .... 

.Marion, Ind., dau. olM. Lomax 

Middleberry, Mo., w. of D. M. Lomax . 
(,'okesbury, S. ('., dau. of Capt. Wrn. A. 

Abbeville, S. ('., dau. of John \V 

Abbeville, S. C, dau. of John W 

Rockport, 111., hus. of N. Lomax 

London, Eng., hus. of E. Lomax 

Stamford, Eng., w. of Dr. \V. J 

Ft. Dodge, Ivana., hus. of (). Lomax ... 
Valparaiso, Ind., w. of W. A. Bryant.. 
Bureau Junction, 111., hus.'of S. Knox 
Kinderhook, 111., 2d w. of D. M. Lomax 

N. Y. city, 2d w. of J. H. Lomax 

, Ey., s. of E. Lomax 

, Ky., s. of John 



Abbeville, S. t'., s. of Peter 

Linn t'o., K a ns, s. of Junius 

— , Ky., s. of Thomas 

Young's Creek, Ind., let w.ofC. Lomax 

Abingdon, 111., hus. of L. Lomax 

Portsuiouth Valley, Eng 

Lear, Ark., dau. of William J 

Young's Creek, Ind., dau. of Lentsford 
JMontgomery, Ala , hus. of S Graves.. 

Middlesex, Eng., hus. of E. Lomax 

A.shton, Eng., probably sis. of Rev. Jas. 

Bolton, Eng , will proved 

Beardstown, Tenn., dau. 'of John 

Rockingham Co.. N. C.. dau. of H. P... 

Blauntield, Va , hus of J.Tayloe 

McF.wen, Tenn., w. of J. U. Lomax 

McEwen, Tenn., w. of J. W Lomax... 
Bedworth, Eng., w of Rev. D. Ryder ... 
.\lebrough, I'-ng , l)i\) of R. Bickley.... 

llallougbl<ui. l';n.u., la of Ann 

SI (iermain. i;nt;.. la of .M. A. Riddle 
St.'iJermain, Fn^ . w. of J Lomax.. .. 
. Eng , hus of S. Ryder 

dau. of E. P. Lomax. 

1st hus. of E.P. Lomax 

s. of E P. l.omax. .. 

V. of J. E. Lomax .. .. 

us of K. (J. Brown... 

<n ol U. ci. Brown ... 

of J. P. De Wcesc ... 



Columbus. Miss 
Columbus. Miss 
Memphis. Tenn 
Abbeville, S. C 
Bosunrdi, .Mo , 
Boswurl 
Bedford, 



. .Mo., 

la., di 



NAME. 



IJoatmaii, Jriinle I 

Itoiitiiiiiu, H. W 

HolU)u I'aiisli Journal .. 
Homier, William Henry. 

Booker, FAlward 

Booker, Jennie 

Hooks and Tapers referi 

Booker, Miss] 

Boon, Uos(»tta 

Bowering, Klizabetii 

Boyd, James 

Boyd, Hev. Samuel 

Boyd,Kamuel King 

Boyd, Harah Ann 

Bradlaw, Eliza Bowie . .. 

Bramble, William 

Braxton, Kmnia 

Brit.-Am. Claim Agency 
Broadaway, Alexander, 
Broadaway, Bertha E.. . 
Broadaway, Henry \V'.. 
Broadaway, James U. . 

Broadaway, John M 

Broadaway, May Luda. 
Broadaway, Milissa C. . 
Broadaway, Robert T.. . 
Broadaway, Sally Anna 
Broadaway, Samuel A.. 
Itroadaway, Thomas A. 
ISroadaway, William J. 

Broadinan, Mr 

Brooks, 'Aw M 

Brown, Alfred E 

Brown, Annie P 

Brown, Bradley S 

Brown, Docy 

Brown, Edmund Wm... 

Brown, Eliztibeth K 

Brown, Elizabeth F 

Brown, Fannie Lois 

Brown, Henry M 

Brown, Horatio S 

Brown, James () 

Brown, John 

Brown, John Johnson. .. 

Brown, John Johnson. . 

Brown, .John II 

ISrown, .lohn S 

Brown, Jonathan Lclloy 

Brown, Jonathan Eomax 

Brown, Jo.seph !•. 

Brown, I.cvadcr. . 

BrowB, Louis .Mexander 

Brown, Louis IVmlott 

Brown, Loyil i:arl .... 

Brown, Alaggie JOllen. 



Hept 111, 18H0. 
bout 1802 ... 



Sept. 1, 1829. .. 
about I8H .... 

about 1S:!() 

ng to the Lom 

about ls:(8 

about 18(!1 ... 
ibout 17a( .... 
about 17:i.! — 
May 20, 1763. .. 
June 2', 1794.. 
Oct. 27, 1822. .. 

about 18t)5 

bout 1829 .... 
about 1849 . . . . 



about 1842 . . 
Dec. 18, 1883. 
May 18, 1867 
Sept. 4, 1872. 
)ct. 28, 1870 . 
OcL7, 1874.. 
July 23, 1863 
Dec. 8, 188L. 
Nov. 7, 1876. 
Feb. 14, 1880. 
NOV. ,10, 1863 
.laii.2(!, 1869. 
about 180;( .. 
Nov. 4, 18.")8 . 
March 13, 1874 
Oct. 14, 1882. . 
.May 1, 1868 .. 
July 1, 1860 .. 
Nov. 22, 1879. 
Aug. 12, 1854 . 
Nov. 3, 1886 
Sept. 27, 1882 
Nov. 8, 1879. 
-May 21, 1868 
Feb 8, 1887 
March 17, 178! 
Jan. 5, 1828.. 
Feb. 18, 18.J0. . 
May 6, 18)6 
.May 2, 1871 
March 20, 18ri6 
.March .30, 1818 
April 13, 1864 
April 27, 1878 
Jan. 25, 1881 
Nov. 7, 184.5. 
Nov. 2.', 18.S0 
Oct. 27, 1888 



X Family 



Sov. 27, 1835. 
Ian. 10, 1876.. 



REMARKS. 




Bedford. la., dau of L P. De Weese ... 
Bedford, la., bus. of 1. V. De Weese ... 

llolton, Eng 

Harlanaville,Miss.,2dhasofF..l'.Lomax 
Portland, Mo , hus of Miss Lomax ... 
Chamois, Mo., dau of Miss Lomax .. 

the British Museum 

Chamois, Mo., dau. of AHss Lomax — 
Steadham, Ala., w. of S. Lomax. ..... 

London, Eng., w. of E. Lomax 

Craven Co., S. C , fa. of Bev. Samuel .. 

.lacksonburg, Hul., fa. of San\uel K 

Centreville. Ind., .son of Uev. BamueL. 
Kalamazoo, Mich., w. of J. Lomax — 
Abbeville, S. C., w.of D. L. Mabry, Esq. 
Uockport, III., hus. of N.J. Lomax ... 

Bedford, Ind., w. of T. L. Brown 

New York city 

Ced. Cr. l^and., Tenu., hus. ofS. Lomax 

dau. of H. Lomax 

" " 8. of S. Lomax .. 

" B. of S. Lonui.x 

'■ 8. of S. Lomax .. 

dau. of.S. Lomax 

" " dau.o-i.s. Lomax 

" " 8. of ."S. Lomax . 

" dau. of S. liomax 

" B. of S. Lomax ., 

" " M. of S. Lomii t 

" s. of.S. Lomax .. 

Philadelphia, Pu., hus. of E. Lomax. .. 

Doniphan. Mo., 2d w. of T..L Doherty. 

McP^wen. Tenn., s. of M. J. Lotnux. ... 

McEwen, Tenn., dau. of John U 

McEwen, Tenn., s. of M. J. Lomax 

McEwen, Tenn., dau. of M.J. Lomax.. 

Bedford, Ind., i. of T. L. Brown 

McEwen, Tenn., dau. of M. J. Lonmx . . 

McEwen, Tenn., dau. of William C . . . 

Orangevllle, Ind , dau. of L. P. Brown 

McEwen, Tenn., s. of William C. 

Bosworlh, Mo., s. of Jonathan L 

McKweu, Tenn., s. of John R 

Martin Co., Ind., hug. of R. Lomax 

Martin (;o., Ind., s. of R. Lomax 

Orangevllle, Ind., s. of Jonathan L 

McEwen, Tenn., s. of M. A. Lomax .. . . 

McEwen, Tenn , 8, of John R 

Orangevllle, Ind., s. of Jonathan L 

t)range Co., Ind., b. of R. Lomax 

McEwen, Tenn., 8 of M.J. Lomax 

McEwen, Tenn., s. of William C 

(Jrangevllle, Ind , s. of Louis P 

Orangevllle, Ind., s. of Jonathan L 

OratiKevllIe, Ind., H <jf l.ouls P 

McEwen, Teun., duu. of William C... 



NAME. 



BOFiN. 



REMARKS. 



Hrovvn, M..I July V, 188J .. 

Brown, Maliiulii KmallnelSept. 12, ISC) 
Hrowii Margaret Ann . JMay H, 1874 
Brown. Margaret lU'len.|oet. 1!), KSl.J 
Brown, Martha deUiKare|Nov. H, 1S81.. 
Brown, .Martlia Orlena .. Oct. 17, HSO . 

Brown, Mary .Van Dec. 8, 1810 ...|Feb. 

l5rown, Mary Maria . ... Jun. 12. 18ii}. 
Brown, -Mary Muria H. . . Jan. 21, ls78. 

Brown, Molly K |.\prll, 187(1 . 

Brown, .Mrs. Mary about 18.>{ .. 

Brown, Noble Leslie .. Nov. 25, 1888 

Krowti, Penelope Deo. 27, 1812. 

Brown, Uacliel (Jrlselda. Muroli .5, l.sol . 

Brown. Kus.sell about 1823 — 

Brown, .Samuel about 18:il 

Brown. Sarah Carollae.. June 1, 1820. 

Brown, Sarah Jane Jan. 10, 1852. .. 

Brown. S. C luly 11, 1881 .. 

Brown, Sophia Helen ... March ;il, 18.08 

Brown, Susannah E Oct. 24, 1822. . 

Brown, Tnomas Alfred . April 2J, 182'. . 
Brown, Thomas Larkln .Sept. 2.3, 1817 . 
Brown, \Vm. Anderson Sept. 24, l,S(i0 
Brown, \Vm Charles .... Dec. 2), 18.'">H. . 

Brown. Wra. R March 14, 1881 

Brown, Wni. U. J Jan. -i, 1884 ... 

Brownlee, Ann Elizabeth Nov. 9, 1878... 

Brownlee, Elizabeth Scjit 6,1787... 

Brownlee, George W Dec. 27, 1823. . 

Brownlee, Georgia L Aug 8,1871... 

Brownlee, JanicH Cowan Aug. 1«, 1811). 
Brownlee. James Henry. Nov. ;tO, 18:i:i 

Brownlee, John 'about 1792 — 

Brownlee, John A (Jet. 9, 1S15 ... 

Brownlee, John A i Feb. 17, 1884 

Brownlee, John M IJuly 3, 1860 . .. 

Brownlee, John Mltchelljabout ls79 .. 

Brownlee, Lolsa J Isept. 23, 1854.. 

Brownlee, Maria C | Jan. 29, 1875. . 

Brownlee, Mary Rozine lAprilfl, 1881... 



Feb. 15, 1894. 



May 7, 1878 
.May 22, 181 



Brownlee, Newton C . 

Brownlee, Sarah 

Brownlee, Surah Ann 
Brownlee, Sarah .Ann . 
Brownlee. Seaborn L 
Brownlee. Wni. llarve 

Brownlow, .lames 

Bruner. Frank T 

Brnner, .lames Clio 
Bruiicr, l.uellu Belle 

Brmi.i. W llllani 

Bryan It. BucUl.y ... 
Bryant, .V.hlI.eil ... . 
Bryant, ( aryl Hubert 



\ug. 9. 1841.. 
Sept. 18, 18-);i. 



May 20, 18,54 
July 15, 18,S8 



f uly 21, 1861 



July 21, 1881 
in infancy.. 



[Nov. 25, 1852. 

.[about 18% .. 

IMareh 11, 182o'n< 

. lAi.rll, 1877 ... 

I June 19. 1819. 

. jNov. 7, 1858 . 

about 1736 .. 

about 1872 .. 

July 27. 1885 

Jan. 21, l.S!IO 

about 18 15 .. 

about 18,5H ... 

. JNov. 2(J, 1855 

'Aug. 29. 1878 



July 22, 1881 . 
I June 26, 1X59. 



()ct. 1 
!jau. 



McEwen, Tenn., dau. of John U 

Knightstown, Ind., dau. of J. I. 

Orangeville, Ind., dau. of Louis P 

Bogard. Mo., dau. of R. Lomax 

McEwen, Tenn., dau. of William C ... 

Orangeville, Ind., dau. of Louis 1* 

Martin Co . Ind., dau. of R. Loma<... 
OrangoCo., Ind., dan. of Jonathan L.. 

(Mangeville, Ind., s. of Louis 1' 

McEwen, Tenn., dau. of John R 

Meridian, 'I'm., w. of I. Lomax 

Orangeville, Ind., s. of Louis R 

Paoli, Ind., dau. of R. Lomax 

Bogard, .Mo., dau. of Jonathan L 

McEwen, Tenn., hus. of E. Lomax 

McEwen, Tenn., hus. of M.J. Lomax. 
Orangeville, Ind., dau. of R. Lomax... 

Bogard, Mo., dau. of Jonathan L 

McEwen, Tenn., dau. of John R 

Bogard, Mo., dau. of Jonathan L 

Paoli, Ind., dan. of R. Lomax 

Yazoo Ulty, Miss., s. of R. Loma» 

Bedford, Ind., s. of Jonathan I^ 

Bedford, Ind,, s. of Jonathan L 

McEwen, Tenn., s. of M. J. Lomax 

.McEwen, Tenn., s. of John R 

McEwen, Tenn., s. of William C 

San Felipe, Tex., dau. of James H 

Abbeville, S. C, w. of A. Lomax 

Waller Co., Tex., s of M. Lonnix 

Waller Co., Tex , dau. of George W... 

Shreciveport, La., .s. of John A 

San Kelliie, Tex., s.of M. Lomax 

Austin, Tex., hus. of M. Lomax 

Bossier Parish, La., s of M. Lomax... 

San Felipe, Te«., s. of James H 

Shreeveport, La., s. of John A 

Rapides Parish, La , s. of Seaborn L. . 

VancevlUe, La., dau. of John A 

San Felipe, Tex., dau. of James H. ... 
San Felipe, Tex., dau. of James H.... 

Vanceville, La., s. of John A 

Holmes Co., .Miss., w. ofT. Lonuix 

Waller Co., Tex., dau. of .^L Lomax... 



Rapides Parlsli 

Uapides Parlsl 

Shreeveport, 1. 

j Harwood, Eng 



Bryanl, 



il.; Dec. 10, 187 



a., dau.ofSeaborn L. 
a., s. of M. Lomax 

s. of John A 

us. <jf Ann Bury., 
hus. of L. E. Funnell 

C. A. Louiax 

of C. A. Lomax... 

Valparaiso, Ind , s.-n ..I 1. Lomax .. 
Val|iaral.so. Ind , s. of W . A. Br.NanI 
\alparalso. Did., ad, dan. of 1. Lonuix 



Bedford, la. 



I., h 



NAME. 



REMARKS. 



Bryant, Frank Jennings 
Bryant. Hubert Ross ... 
Bryant, Mary Delight.. 
Bryant, Ross Le Roy ... 
Bryant, Samuel Ross . 

Bryant, Win. Alfred 

Buehannon, Mr 

BuKK, Temperance 

Bulah Lomax 

Bunce, fynthia Fisk ... 
Bundy, AliVeci Gideon. . 
Bundy, Cora Ann 

Bundy, John W. 

Bundy, Louozodio E . 
Bundy, Lutlcia Beatrice 
Bundy, Nancy Matilda 
Bundy, Taglioni Aliie. . 
Bundy. Wm. Chuenee. . 
Burger, David Fauna . . 

Burk, Chnrle.s 

Burns, Annie 

Burns, J. C 

Burns, J. C 

Burns, Maria 

Burns, Mattle 

Burii.s, Myrtle 

Burns, Simpson 

Burns, Willie 

Bernshaw Tower 

Burt, Rebecca A 

Burton, Adam 

Burton, Clyfton Ernest. 

Burton, Dorathy 

Burton, ^Nlary 

Bury, Ann 

Bury, ,Iohn 

Bury, Miles 

Butterfleld, Caroline. .. 

Butterworth, Alic(^ 

Butts, Mrs. Clara 

Byas, Alphonzo Eorette 

(;aleb Eotnax 

Caleb l.omax 

Caleb Lomax . . 

Caieli Lomux , 

Caleb l.oniax 

' Callioun, lien, .lolni i'. 

Callioun, Mary 

Callahan, .\nna Bessie . 
(Rllaban, (Jraee .\^'lles . 
Callalian, Henry Arlliu 
ralhibiin. .Inek . 
rullubiui .laiiK'slIdwar 
Calliiban. .lobii K 



Sept. 12, 18r.O.. Feb. 3, 1*51 .. 
Sept.21, 18.57. I June 12, 1H81. 



Nov. 13, 18.W . 
Oct. 22, 1881 . 
Nov. 27, 1822 
Feb. 7, 1852 . 
about 18.'.0 .. 
al)()ut 17t)l 
May 18, 1^71) 
about 18,')8 .. 
about 1810 .. 
Dec. .SI, 1879 
about 181.'i .. 
July 8, 1881 
May 12, \m). 
.•\prll 12, 187.') 
May 13, 18ti!» 
Nov. 9, 1871. 
about 18.;.3 .. 
about l«().'j . 
about 1«8:! .. 
about 1841 .. 
about 1861 .. 
about IWm .. 
about I8h7 . 



ept. y, 185«. 



Jan. 21, ISSt) 
ept. 3, 188(!. 



ibout 1S8,'> 



[about 18SH 
bout is.^;t 



Aug. 21, I.Vm 
about 18(il .. 
Jan. 10. 18H!1. 
about 179t . 
about lO'JI .. 
about 17.18 .. 
about 173G .. 
about 1701 . 
about 1810 .. 
jabout 1787 .. 
labout l«.Vt .. 
( let. 12, IKtiO . 

ab(aitHi'J2 . 
about 172;. . 
labout 1701 .. 
faboni 17il:t 
lalioul ITriS 
iaboul 181.S . 
'about lH7'i .. 



a bo I) 
Dee. 



Valparaiso. Ind., s of I. Eomax | 

Valparaiso. Ind., s. of L Lomax I 

Valparaiso Ind., dau. of I. Lomax j 

Valparai-so, Ind., s. of ^\'. A. Bryant. . 
Valparaiso. Ind., bus. of I. Lomax .... 

Valparaiso, Ind.. s. of I. Lomax 

Bakerville. Tenn., bus. M. J (Joodwln 

Terry Co., Tenn., \v. of S Loma« 

Linden. Tenu., dau. of .lames T 

N. V. city, w. of C. H. Lomax 

Veung's t'reek. Ind., bus. of 1'. Lonutx 
Young's Cr., Ind., dau. of L. A. Lomax 
Young's Cr., Ind., bus. of L. A. Ijjmax 
Young's Cr., Ind,, dau. of L. A. Lomax 
Young's Cr.. Ind., dau. of L. A. Lomax 
Young s Cr., Ind., dau. of L. A. Lomax 
Young's Cr, Ind., dau. of 1j A. Loma i 
Young's Cr., Ind., b. of L .V. Loma>, 

, hus. of N. Lomax 

Blocton, la., hus. of L. M. Lomax 

I Beardstown.Tenn., dau. of S Craig . 
j Beardstown, Tenn., hus. ofM. Wllburn 
Beardstown, Tenn., hus. of S. t raig 
Beardstown, Tenn., dau. of M. WllDi 
Beardstown, Tenn., dau. of S. Craig 
Beards'.own, Tenn., dau. of S Crai« 
Beardstown, Tenn., s of S. Craig .. 
Beardstown, Tenn., s. of S. Craig .. . 

Tadmorden, i:ng 

Sunsboro, La., w. of<j. M. Lomax 
West Baden, Ind.. hus. of M M. Brown 
West Baden, Ind., s. of M. M Brown 

Abbeville, S. C , w. of S Lomax 

, Eng., w ofW. Ryder.... 

Harwood, Eng., dau. of E. Lomax. .. 

Harwood, Eng., s. of E. Lomax 

Harwood, Eng., hus. of E. Lomax .. 

Abingdon, 111., w of H. Tool 

Holcomb Br'k, Eng , mo. ofs.C. Lomax 
Meridian, Tex., 2d w. of I. Lomax ... 
Knowles, La., 2d hus. of N. R. Lomax 

[doubtful] Eng., in Chancery 

Childwickbury, Eng , s. of Joshua ... 

Child wick bu I y, Eng., s. of Caleb 

Childwickbury, l'",ng ,s. of Caleb 

Cambridge, I'.ng., Grailuate, I78S 

, S. C., uncle' of Mary 

Abbcvllle,S.C.,2dw.orCol. J.W.Loma.x 
Denison, Tex., dau of M. !•: Lomax,.. 
Dtiiison, Te.\ . dau. of M !•;. Lomax. . 
D, Ills.. II, ICx , s of .M. !•; I,..ma\ 



.1 Deul.v 
. ! DenU 
. Denb 



11, Te\., 
II', Te.\ . 
II, Te.\., 
n, Te.\., 
ille, S. C 



of .M. !•; 1,(> 

..I .M. !•;. i.o 
IS. oi .M. i;. 

of .\I. E. l.n 
,v. of .V Loi 



NAME. 



Caravibell, A. H labout 1S62 .. 

t'ampbell, (lias. ClebomjAug. 29, 1887 

Campbell, Jesse Lee jsept. 2, 1889, 

Campbell, Mr 

Campbell, NoilocJraie . 
Campbell, William Coy. 

Cannon, I'Alwin .M 

Canuon, Henr> T 

Cannon, Ira .V 

Cannon. ,Io1hi \\' 

Cannon, Margaictte E .. 

Cunnon, Mary I 

CaDHUD, «»lln M 

Cannon, Walter L 

Carlos I.omax 

Caroline Lomax 

Caroline Rebecca Lomax 

Carroll, Thoma-s H 

Carter, I.,an(lon 

Caruthers, .lames C 

Case, Albert Lesley 

Case, Clarence IJertie ... 

Case, Hara Luella 

Case, Cora Ellen 

Case, Erastus Wolph 

Case, Kreilerkk Kn(j;ene . 
Case, .lames (iarrteUl .... 

Case, John Wolph 

Case. Lucia Ellen 

Case, Samuel Young.s . .. 

Case, Scott Le Roy 

Castner, Marie 

Catherine Lomax 

( 'atherUie Lomax 

Catherine Lomax 

Catherine Lomax 

<;utherine Lomax 

Catherine Ann Lomax . 

Catt, Allio Justin 

Ciitt, Cyrena Maude 

Catt, (Jeort^c Itiiymond.. 

( a 1 1, Jesse Taylor 

Catt, Sarah Eslella 

Catt, William 

Catterall, .lohn 

Catlerall, .Mary 

< nwdron. Ann 

Cawdrnii, Itobcrt, Ivstj. . 

C.lestia Lomu.x 

Charles Lomax 

Charles Loma.x, Dr 

( liarles Lomax, liev 

t harhfs Li)ma,\ 



I'iin 
i:wi 



bout 1845 

Sept. n, 1884 . 
Dec. G, ltS8.') .. 
Oct. L'l, 1877 ... 
Jan. 21, 18S0,.. 
.\ug.7, 187.-) . .. 

iibout 1841) 

March 2r>, 18S( 
Tune 12, 18H2.. 
\ug. 21, lS7.i.. 
.Vug. 9, 18S3. .. 
May 10, 187.5 .. 
Nov. 1, 18-)0... 
about 1811 .... 
about 18 11 .... 

about IV.^ 

Feb i:!, 18,{5 .. 
May 20, 1874 .. 
.\pril7, IS74 .. 
April 3, I8S1 .. 
Aug. 1.-), 181)9.. 
April 9, 18t)7 .. 
April 2), I87t) . 
Nov. ;«), 1880 : 
about 1844 .... 
March 5. 1877.. 
about 18.')! .... 
Julys. 1871 .. 
about I8ti9 .... 
May 10, KXW. . 
Oct. 5, 1707.... 
Aug. 15, 1744. 
about 17.51 ..., 
Jan. II, 1782 . 
May 27. I85.J . 
Nov. 11, 187,5. 
July 29, 1871 . 
Aug. 27, 1879. 
Kel). 20, 1874 . 
Nov. 1, 1889... 
about 1845 ... 



about lti77 . 
aboul 1819 . 
about 1740 . 
aboul 17h7 . 

in 1810 

I'd). It;, 1879 
ocl. 2.t, IM(k) 
A UK. 22, IS7I 
Sept. (i, 18)4 



REMARKS 



Jan. H, 188f). 



Oct. 1.5, 1877 . 



Nov. 4, 1774.. 
about 1799 ... 
April 11, 18(i2 



Nov. 21, 1877. 



)ct. 10, 1874. 



in the (ii)': 
in 18(iO .. 



Centerpoint, Ark., 2d hus. of LJ. Lomax 
C^enterpoint, Ark., s. of I. J. Lomax... 
Centerpoint, Ark., s. of 1. J. Lomax . .. 
, Ark., hus. of M. E. Lomax 



Centerpoint, Ark., dan ol L J. Lomax 
Centerpoint. Ark., s. of J . J. Lomax... 

Abbeville, S. C, s. of J E. Lomax 

Abbeville, S. C., s. of J. E Lomax 

Abbeville, S. (J., s. of J. E. Lomax 

Abbeville, S. (,'., hus. of J. K. Lomax. .. 
Abbeville, S. C, dau. of J. E. Lomax.. 
Abbeville, S. S., dau. of J. E. Lomax.. 

Abbeville, S. C, s. of J. E. Lomax 

Abbeville, S. C, s. of J. E. Lomax 

Meridian, Tenn., s. of S. S. Lomax 

Le (.Mede, Mo , dau. of Alfred 

Fredericksb'g, Va , dau. of Judge J. T. 

Wilmington, ()., bus. of S Lomax 

Sabine Hall, Va., hus. of C Tayloe .... 

Butler, Mo., bus. of M.J. Lomax 

ColoradaSprings, Col.,s. ofS. E. Lomax 

Salt Creek, Col., s. of M. l^omax 

Colorado Springs, Col., dau. of S. E 

Salt Creek, Col., dau. of M. Lomax .... 

Salt Creek, Col , s of AL I^omax 

Salt ('reek. Col., s. of M. Lomax 

Colorado Spring.s, Col. s. of .S. E. Lomax 

Salt t;reek. Col., bus of M. Lomax 

Colorado Springs, Col., dau. of .S. E... 

Colorado Springs, Col , hus. of S. E 

Salt Creek, Col , son of M. Lomax 

N. Y. city, w. of J. W. Albaugh, Jr.... 

North Shields, Eng . dau. of John 

Fort Tobago, Va , dau. of John 

Port Tobago, Va., dau. of Lunsford 

(it. Bolton, Eng, Spinster, will proved 
Fredericksburg, Va., dau. of Maj. Thos. 
Union Grove, Mo , dau. of Henry J... 
Strang, Neb , dau. of M. E Lomax ... 
Strang, Neb., dau. of .M . E. Loina.x . .. 

Strang, Neb., s. of M. K. Lomax 

Strang. Neb., s. of.V. E. Lomax 

Strang, Nob , dau of M. E. Lomax.... 

.Strang, Neb., bus. of .M. E. Lomax 

Little Mylton, lOig , fa. of Mary 

Little Mylton, ling., w. of J. ( Jrimshaw 
(Inal Hale, Eng , Isl w. of Dr. W.Lonmx 

(ireal Hale, Eng., fa. of .\nn 

Matesville, .Mi.ss., dau. of Tillman 

London, Eng., mar. lOliza. .'-^niltli 

Woebly, Eng , s. of Kev. .James 

Clayton Hall, ling , s of Uichard 

Abingdon, III., s. of .lohn W 

IIOIIM.SCO., MiHM , H. of .I.IIIMH .\ 

Itooiiiir, .M.) , H ol Dr. William M 

Union (irove, .Mo., s. ol lleiiiy J 



NAME. 






1 BOR 


M. 




DIED. 


ri)\rr Uidi 
anilial l.< 


lilX 


^ 


|.Iiino:50, issfi.. 
..hni. 1, IS.;:! ... 


1 

... 


.(i. 1S7 



H. 



CU:i 




, Leonard I 

, Thoiiipstii 
elms. Victor l.oiiiii; 
Cliiirles, .VuuliuuNV 
C'lii«rlc», .Vustiii loiii 
Charles, .V 

iharlcs, IJeii.iainiu M 
C'hiirk's, Benjaiiiiii H 

Charles, Clarence 

Charles, Cliile 

Cluirles, Daniel l.e Hoj 
Charles, Cora Helle 
Charles, Edward WiLsun 

Charles, Etta 

Charles, Eula Mabel 

Charles, Florence Helen. 
Charles, James Albert.. .. 
Charles, James iMilton. .. 

<:i)arles, James Otis 

Charles, John Aiifiustiis. 

Charles, John A/.or 

J. Lnniax 

JoMi.bCrim.... 

l.ily 

Charles, Mary Elizabeth 
Charles, Mary Jane .... 

Charles, Ora I'ilbel 

Charles, Itaebel Maria.. 
Charles, Kosco ( 'liaunce 
Charles, Samuel Josepl; 
Charles, Sarah Elizabeth 



CharU 
CharU 
CharU 



rles, U.S. (Irani 

ries, Tlios. I,e Hoy . 

lies, William 

lies, William 

rles, William .Vlberl 
rles, William .Vlfred 
rles, William Tlu.s.. 
rl.'s, Wil.suii . 
ilolle I-: l.oma-x. ... 
ilolie T. I.omax .. 
stiiia .\. l.oma.x. .. 
.^loiiheiC l,..ma.x.. 
lehwell, Jennie F .. 

il, Hubert 

lin, lOll.ii America. . 



'2!», 1«S0. . 
H, lH.n... 

7, 1H()1 .. 
. L-O, 1K.V2. 

17, 1817 . 

11, KSS;! . 

19, 1861. 
. -li, \h:\{',. 
i:\\ <i, 187(1 
J 10, I8;t8. 



Sept. l!l, 18(16 
March 22, 1842 



April 22, 1840 
about 1780 ... 
about 1810 ... 
March l(i, 187!) 
Sept. 7, 1811. . 
I line 2.-!, lS(i!t. 
about IKiil ... 
about 1806 ... 
July 2<.l, IHU . 
March 5, 18(i0 
May ill, 1S70 . 
about 186'J ... 
about 18-17 ... 
about 1816 ... 
Dee. 2, 18.^.7... 
about 1886 ... 
.Ian. 26. 1871 . 
.Ian. 18, I8!)2 . 



March 22, 1862 
Maich 2.''>, 1871 



July, mm ... 

Aug. 3. 1861., 



Sept., 1875 .. 
March, 1893. 
Jan. 28, 187i). 



REiVlARKS 

Voun^''s CreeU. Iiid., s. of Wf lltngton. 

Il.>liiies Co.. Miss., s. of Alfred 

i:i.-.. s (jf.lohn 

banister 

y, s. of John 11 

nn., s. of Josiah 

of .John 

IlieUory Station, .\rk , s. of .\lex. A.. 
Martin Co., Did., s of M. II. Brown .. 

u. of .lames .\ , 

)f Janu'sA 

s. ofT I,e Hoy 

s. ol'.loseph r 

s. ofT I.eKoy 

s. OfT I.eRoy 

s. ofT. I.ftUoy 

dau. of Joseph C 

West naden, Did., s. of .V!. E. Davis ... 

Van Morn, Mo., dau. of T. Le Roy 

Itogard, Mo., dau. of James .\ 

Rutler, Mo., dau. ofM. H.Brown 

Hof,'artl, Mo., s. of M. H. Brown 

Hudson, Kans., s. of J. (.". t'liarles 

lio^ard. Mo., s of James .\ 

, .s. of M. H. Hrown 

West Baden, Did., s. of M. E. DavU..,. 

. Did., s. of M. H. Brown .... 

Hudson, Kans., s. of M . H. Brovvn... 

Van Horn, Mo., dau. ofT. I-e Hoy 

West Haden, Did., dau. of M. E. Davis. 
I'ueblo, fol., dau. of M. H. Brown . ... 
l.awreiieeCo., hid , dau. of William A. 
Hut.hinson, Kans., dau. of M.l I.Brown 

Hudson, Kans., s. of .loseph C 

West Baden, Did., s. of M. E. Davis.... 

, mar. llev. McKeynolds, 

dau. of M. H. Brown 

Hudson, Kans., s. Joseph O 

Bogard, Mo., s. of Joseph C. 

French Lick, Ind., fa. of WtLlam 

West Baden, Did., bus of M H. Brown 
Lawrence Co., Did., s. of William A ... 
Hutchinson, Kans., s of M, M. Brown. 
West Baden, Did , s. of M.E. Davis... 
West Baden, Did., bus. of M. E. Davis. 
l''red<'rieksbur^i, Vii., tlau. of Judge J. T. 

Tusluiloosa, Ala , dau. of John T 

Faycllevllle, Arli , dau of TlieopliUus 
Fayetteville, Ark., s of Tlieophilus . .. 
Mousetail, Tenn , w.of J, JI. Lomax.. 
South Martin, Did , bus of I' Loma.\ 
Henry Co., M'> , w. of H. L. Edmonds 

Stanbcrry, .Mo . dau. of I'lli.iah II 

l.lnn Co., Kans , s. of.lunius 

Stanbcrry, Mo., s of IJijab H 

Slanlxriy, Mo., s. of K. .\. l.onm.x 



NAME 


BORN. 1 DIED. 1 


REMARKS. |pAoi 




ibout 1638 .... 




CoAvhill, Eug., hus. of H. Grimshaw. .. 

, dau. of H. D 

Young's Creels, Ind., s. of Jonathan... 
Pocaliontas, Arlt., s. of John T. Esq. .. 
Erin Tenn ,s. ofJosiah 


M 




ibout 18a5 .... 




•24ft 


lamliii- K. I.oinax 


lune in 1875 




m 






219 




Vpril 21 1871 




m 


In>, Itioliard .luu 






London, Eng., hus. of M. Lomax 

flay ton Hall. Eng 

Clayton Hall, Eng , dau. of Henry .... 

Clayton Hall. Eng., fa. of Philip 

Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of John 

Clayton Hall, Eng., .s. ofl'hillp 

( 'layton Hall, Eng., dau. of Henry 

Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of Henry 


83 






Ifi 


hiyloii, Cccilly de 

la.vloii, Henry de 

lavion, Henry de 


about VUi .... 
about 127,1 




,S3 


about l;V20 




34 


about l.SOi) 




84 


Inytoii, MiirRarotdo 

hiyloii, I'lilUpde 

loi-t,'yineii liiCli. ol" Kut;. 


about lltKi 




a.") 


al)out 121)7 .... 

1H88 




34 

';i 


Dec. 5, 1869.... 




Batesville, Miss, s. of Rev. Alex. A 

Spring Ranch, Neb., dau. of V. C. Pool 
Vaughn Kans. s. ofCieorgeM . . 


170 


litfton, Alwildit (' 

liflton, (Maronce Ernest 
lillton Clarence (i 


March lo, 1817 
about 18H8 .... 
.Fan.Ki, 187()... 


May U, 1870 ... 
in infancy 


198 


Spring Ranch, Nrb., s of V. C. Pool ... 
Spring Ranch, Neb., s of V.(;. Pool... 

Vaughn, Kans.. s. of (ieorge M 

Spring Ranch, Neb., dau. of V. C. Pool 
Vaughn, Kans., s. of George M 


1U8 


lifTton, Elmer Nelson .. 
lifflon, Emma F-iua .... 
'Iltllou Frank Elvln 


about 18,S(> ... 
March (i, 1881 . 
about 18HU 


In infancy.... 


250 
198 


lltlton, (Jcorge .M 

liflton, Jessie Hess 

imton John H 


Feb 6 1861 




Spring Ranch, Neb , s. of V. C. Pool . .. 
Spring Ranch, Neb., dau. of V. C. Pool 
Spring Ranch, Neb., hus. of V. c. Pool 
Spring Ranch, Neb., s. of V. C. Pool ... 

Spring Ranch, Neb., dau. of Sol. T 

Spring Ranch, Neb., dau. of V. C. Pool 
Spring Ranch, Neb., dau ofV. C. Pool 
Spring Ranch, Neb., dau. of Sol. T. ... 
Spring Ranch, Neb., s. of V. C. Pool. .. 
Spring Ranch, Neb., s. of Solomon T.. 
McEwen, Tenn., dau. of William H. .. 


av) 


Oct. 10,1878... 

Tiinp 4 1K.'>.T 


June 28, 18!)!.. 


198 

19S 








198 


'lifiTlou Luvada 


July 23. 1891 .. 
March (J, 18U2. 
May 8 1858 


May 8, 1876 ... 


256 


'llfrion.Olelim Jane 

'IIHlon Sarah K 


198 

'238 


■liflton, 


1892 


in infancy 


'258 




June 28 18(58 


?,V1 








250 


lora Belle Lomax 


June 2-2, 1875.. 




191 

•49 




about 1016 




Clayton Hall, Eng., w. of J. Grimshaw 


49 




ent 


12 


'ochran, Mattie M 

lognu, Coruelius M 


about 1850 




Meridian, Tex., w. of J. T. Lomax 

Granby, Mo , hu.s. of S. E. Thomas 

Mansfield, La., hus. ofS.W. Richardson 
Hickory Station, Ark., s. of Alex. A. .. 
N. Y. city, 1st hus. of M. A. Lonuix ... 


m 






2.57 






2.5f 


Olln IJcrlio l.omnx 


Oct 12 1K8I 




2IC 




about 1«:U 




m 


'oilier, Jamts Wullor . .. 

ollins, .^llrc<t 

"ollins, .\nnic(! 

'olIinK, CarolliKt 






u 


Kcb. II, 1,S7:J .. 
March H, 1882 
.March 20, lK6i 




Young's Creek, Iii(I.,k oil'. Lomax... 
Young's Creek, Ind, dau. of P. Lomax 
Young's Creek, Ind., ilau. of P. Lomax 
Young's Creek, ind., dau. of P. Lomax 
Young's Creek, Ind., s. of P. Lomax .. 
Young's Creek, Ind., dau. of 1'. Lonuix 
Young's ( 're<'k, Ind., H. of P. Lomax. .. 
Young's Creek, hid., s of P. Lomax. 
Young's I'r.. Ind., 2d hus. of I'. Lomax 
Young's Creek, Ind.,s. r,f P. Lomax. . 
Slmsl.oro, l.ii., .Ian c,r M. A. Lomax ... 

Slm.slH.ro, La.,a. of M. A. Lomax 

slmslioro, Lu., dau of M. .\. Lomax 

SImsboro, La., bus of M. A, Lonmx . .. 


20; 

'20. 

•JO; 
'20 




N'uv.l 1H70 




'20. 


•()mn.s, .Mliiiilr Dell 

•<»lllns, Oliver I'crry. . 
Ollltia, KoIxtI Emory . 


l''rl>. 1, IMHO 

Nov. !(, 1H7H... 
.Inly », 1H8(I ... 


Sc|.|. 2:1, IKS'). 


20, 
20 
'20 






'20 


OlllnH, William Eee 

nivin llerthlc 


•lunc 15, 1805. 
,lan. !) IHHH 


Oct. 15, lhH7. . 
Nov., ISSO. ... 


'20 

•2'i 


Dlvin, Oeorne .\nslcy.. 

lolvln, Janr INtlicr 

•(.Ivin, J. !• 


Jan. 7, lh7H.... 
I»cc. 18. lh.S2. . 
Iluncd HV' 


•It 









NAME. 


BORN. 


DIED. 1 REMARKS. 


PAoe 


Colvln, Lewis Dauiel 


Sept. 15, 1875. . 




Slmsboro, La., s. of M. A. Lomax 

Simsboro, La., dau. of M. .\. Lomax. .. 

Simsboro, La., s. of M. \. Ixjraax 

Simsboro, La., s. olM. A. Lomax 


'?'.f>. 


C'olvln, Mary Rebecca... 
Colvln, Tliomns (i raves., 
("olvln, William Wesley 


July 7, 1885.... 




?•>? 


April 1, 1880 .. 
Sept. 7, 187'2.. 
Dee. ;U. 1811... 
Oct. 2:?, 185.1.. 
Sept. 22, 1814.. 


Oct., 1876 

.March G, 1HS1 


222 
222 


Cook, Kdwanl Aug., Dr.. 


Kirk's Urove. Ala , s of A. C. Rayhurn 
K irk 's Grove, A la.,dau.of A.( ". Ray bu rn 
Kirk's Grove, Ala., s. of .\. C. Rayburn 
Abbeville, S. ('., dau. of A. C. Rayhurn 
Kirk's Grove, A la., dau. of .V ( .'. Ray burn 
Kirk's Grove,Ala,hus. of. V.C.Rayburn 
Kirk's Grove, Ala., s. of A. (". Rayhurn 
Meridian, Tex., bus. of D. R Lomux . 

Meridian, Tex., s. of 1). R. Lomnx 

Meridian, Tex., dau. of D. R. Lonuix .. 

Meridian, Tex., s. of I). R. Lomux 

.Meridian, Tex., dau. of D. R. Loraax . 

Meridian, Tex., s of D. R. Lomux 

Meridian, Tex., s. of D. R. Lomax 

Meridian, Tex , dau. of D. R. l>omax .. 

Meridian, Tex., w. of.S. S. Lomux 

Meridian, Tex., dau. of 1). R. Lomax .. 
Meridian, Tex., dau. of D. R Lomax .. 
Meridian, Tex., 2d w.of J. A. Iximax.. 
Meridian, Tex., dau. of 1). R. Lomax.. 

Meridian, Tex., s. of D. It. Lomux 

Willlamstown, Mo., w.of \V. T. I'ooL. 
Stanberry, Mo., dau. of Elijah H 




Cook, Jaines Henry 

Cook, Mary Anna Eliza.. 
Cook, Sarah Amelia 


Oct. 7, 1810.... 




lOT 


Feb. 22, m.i .. 
Sept. y, 1818 .. 


June 21, 1880 .. 


200 

m 
151 


Cook, Wra. David Atkins 


March 31, 1851. 




Kil 


Cooper.Charles JSherwowi 

Cooper, Charles W 

Cooper, Dorothy 

("coper Geo H 




•fll7 


Feb . 1879 




207 


Feb. Xi, 188"). . 




'fn 


Cooper Ida Hill 


Jan., 1872 . .. 




w 


Cooper, James John 

Cooper,Leo 


.\pril 2 I8ti9 




offT 


Nov. 21, 1877.. 




?07 


Feb. 0, 1875 




W7 


Cooper, Martha S 








Feb., 187'J 






cooper, Sallle B 

Cooper, .Susan Frances . . 

Cooper, Kusan Lee 

Cooi>er, Thomas C 

Cooter Mrs M J 








about 1828 . . 




Ml 


Nov 19 1870. 




257 
207 
181 


Sei)t 17, 1807 . 
about I83li 




Cora Estella Loniax 


Sept. '2!l, lb76.. 
about 1UU2 .... 
about 1705 ... 




n 


(Sorbin, Oowln 


, Va., hus. of C". Lomax 

London, Eug., fa. of Ann 


tr 


Corbin, Henry 

Corbin Richard 


about lti.'!7 .. 




t 

119 


about 1710 .. 




Jamesville, Va., hus. of B. Tayloe 

Staunton, \'ii., dau. of Judge John T.. 
Algiers Ind. s ofDr John B 


Cornelia Loraax 


about 1817 ... 




Cornelius Loniax 


Feb 19 1851 




219 


Cornelius Emery Lomax 


Dec.C, 1875 ... 
about 1812 ... 

about 1519 




Young's Creek, Ind., s. of Rev. Alfred. 
Farmer's Exchange, Tenn., hus. of 

C. Edwards 

Little Mylton, Eng., fa. of Mary 

Clayton Hall, ling., w. of J. Grimsiiaw 
N. Y. city, w. of E. Lomax . ... 


l«:i 


Cotterall, John Esq 

Colterall Mary 




205 

42 


about 1519 .. 




42 


Coughlan, Ann Jane 

Coverley, Thomas 

Cowan, Mary Jane 


about 18U ... 








Harwood, Eug., hu.s. of E. I'oldlag .... 
Shreeveport, La., w. of J. A Bpownlee 
Rockingham ('o, N. C , w.of W. Lomax 

Dublin, Ireland, fa. of Aiiij 

r.rlltoii,S. C, bus. ofH. A. Foster 

Hi ludstown, Tfiin , dau. of I',. WUhurn 
Ikardstown, Tenn , dau. of E. VVUburn 
Heardst'n.Tenn., 1st hus. of E. Wllburn 
Wllllamsbur',', 1 nd., dau.of E. S. Study 
Munci.', Ind , dau. of ll.m. O/.ro N .. . 

Williamsburg, Ind., s. of K. era nor 

Dublhi, Ind.. d;iu. of 10. ,S. .Study 

Dublin. Did., dau, of I). S, Study 

W llllanisburg, Ind., hus. ofC. A. Study 
Wllilani.-burg, Ind , s. of i'. .\. Study. 
Dul)lin, Ind , hus., of K. .s. study 














(Hi 
6.1 
2U 
210 
251 
21.) 
'■tl 


Cttxc, l>r. .John 


about KiOO 




CraJK Mollk' 


about IKI.: .... 
about ISOi; .... 
about I8l:i .... 
Nov. 7, l.H.'id. . 
,luin'2U l(S7ll 


'■■'''■■■':::: 


Craig, Hallie 

Craig, William 




2211 
211 




.March 2H, 1S81 








Cninor, IllniiMla 


April 17, lH"iO 
alx.iit l«:il .... 
.March ;iO, 1H5;1 
about 1829 .... 




211 

179 
22(1 


t'ranor, I' icderlck 

Crauor, James Arthur. .. 













NAME. 

rauor, John Hoss 

rauor, I.iit'lla 

ranor, Lutlier 

rauor, Mab.l 

ranor, Mary Alici'.... 
rauor, Hon. u/.ro N.. 
iv.ssnian, riiark'.s N,.. 

'ressinaii, IMiia .M 

'nssnian, Maltic 

ressniau, Nathan 

'rest.saud Mottos 

'rew.s, Jonathan 

'rew!,, .Mrs, .\hirtha.... 

'rews Miii.v 

Crows, Saiah 

Crites, Mattie 

Cross. Mrs. lltlon L .. 

Crowe. Alley {ilt'iiii 

Crowe, Ennua I'loe 

Crowe, Mary .lane 

Cipwe, Mira Lee Kllon 

Crowe. Kobcrt I.ee 

Crowe, Wilkins 

Ciule, -Mta Horlense ... 

lule, .Vndnw C 

'ii(U-, .\n(liiw.J. 1) 

iiile, Honnic I Jlliaii . 
;n(le, Cora Helle 

'ude. Kra I'.va 

'ude, Harry Kiif^ene... 

ude, llorni r 

'ude, Horner 

iide, 1 lorncr l.oinax . 

ude, Horni^r \ l.lorl.i 

ude, .Janus Horner... 

ude,,lohn Itell 

ude, ,lolm Horner .... 

'ude. .John William .. 

'ude. .Marhi 

'ude, Nancy 

.'ude. Nancy .lane ... . 

ude, Nora \i\ian. ... 

'ude. Sallic Catherine 

ud.', Samuel IVIi.v,... 

ude. Sarah 

u.h', W illlam Hodu.- 
(ude, William .losiuli 
Cudworth, Kli/ahelli . 
('udwoith,.Iolin. (ienl 

unlille, .\lic.' 

'unlllle. Christoi'liei' . 
'Jnnlille, .h'linctic 

'Uldille. l;..),el( 

■urtls<iriii i.omiix . 
Cyntliia l/onia.x ....... 

Cyiithia L(jruax 



BORN. 

.\us. •-'!>, IXHl 
Jan. .SI, isiil. 
about 18.')7 .. 
July«J, 1S,SI .. 
.Vutf. IG, 1S,">I 
Sept. i, IS'w. . 
.Vu^. 1, ISKl. 
Feb. i. ISS(; .. 
.Sci)l 1-2, I87:f 
about KSI!l ... 



REMARKS. 



about 1.S17 ... 
about 17.S7 ... 
about Irtim ... 
about IHII ... 
about ls(j,j ... 
about IHI2 ... 
Jan.'JS, 1874. . 
.\uy:. 'J.i, 18(14. 
.\pril27, 18(-~. 
May IH, l,s71. . 
.July i;8, I Will . 
al)out I8i;i ... 
Dec 'll, I8K() . 
J.in 'JO, ISJI . 



Sept. 



ISS2 



.Vug. II, l,H8!) 
Nov. •!, lHK(i. 
iilxnit I7!)7 ... 
nbout \Hr^) ... 
.\UK'. 1,^, lH:t7 
.\UK. I, i«tir. 

Oct. '.iJ, IS,')I. 
Inn.- 7. l8.-.it 
July .1(1, 18IS 
VliK. 'J.f. I.sr,7 
.V..V. 2., I8J.S 
April 2(', I8J0 
.March '.', J8'iL' 
Nov. 1'.',. IHKii 
(•<■(. 12. lh.-.!(. 
April .-., lK(il ..| 
I»e,-. I, l,K_'l 
-epl.8, I.'CJ: 

April."), I.s(i'. 
about l.jll 
about 1 Is'i 
al-out 177.-. . 
iiboul bil'2 



.VUK. 15, I85ti 



July 27, J8WJ 
Sept. U, 1884. 



l''cb.!). I88(i.. 
Sept. 10, I88,"> 



Jun(-2(i, IK. 
.March II, 1 
May 4, l8;(i 



.Mandi '2.!, 181 
June 4, I8(i2. 



June 
Mav 



Muncie, Ind., s. of Hon. Ozro 
Williamsburg, Jnd., dau. of K. 
Williamsbur-,', Ind , lius. of J' 
Williunisburg, Ind , dau of 1 
Williamsburg, Ind., dau. of K. 
.Muneio, Ind., s. of K. S. Study 
I{t)clcport, III., s. of M I,omax 
Itockjjort, 111., s, of .M I,onuix 
Uocltport, III., dau. of M l.oii 
Itoekport, Ml., bus. of M. Lorn 



N 

S. Study 
■:. ( 'ranor 
C. ( 'ranor 
S. Study 



.Abbeville, S. C., s. of M. Crews 

Abbeville, S. C.,2d w. ofT. Lomat 

Abbeville, S. C., dau. of M. Crews 

Abbeville, S.C., dau. of M. Crews 

Haskell, Tex., w. of H. C. Loinax 

Kremont, Neb., w. of K. M. J , Fool .... 
Ilandlenian, N.C, s. of E. C. Armtield 
Randleman.N.t; , dau. of E.t'. Armtield 
Uandlemau.N.C, dau.of K.C. Armtield 
Kandleman.N.C, dau.ofE.C. -Armtield 
Uandleman, N. C, s. of E. C. Armtield 
llandleman, N.C., hus.of E.C.Armfleld 

, dau. of John 15 

Heardstown, Tenn , s. of T. Lomax... 
licardstown, Teiin., s. of WlHiam H .. 

Heardstown, Tenn , dau. of John II 

l?cnrdsto\vu, Tenn., dau. of John 15.... 

Heardstown, Tenn., dau. of .Itjhn H 

ltonl|)han. Mo., s. of Jolm W 

HeardHl<.wn,'I"enn., liuB. ofT. Eomax.. 

, 'I'enn., bus. ol T, Eomax . .. 

Heardstown, Tenn.,. H. of T. I.omax .... 

Jtonlpban, Mo , h. of Horner I. 

liearilslown.Tenn., s. of William H... 

IJcardslown, Tenn., s. of John H 

Heardstown, Tenn., s. of '1'. Lomux ... 

DonipJian, Mo., .s. of Horner I, 

Doniphan, Mo., dau of T. I.omax 

I»onii)han, Mo., dau. ofT. Ix.mat 

Doniphan, Mo., dau. of Horner I- 

Heardstown, Tenn., dau. t)f. Samuel F.. 
Doniphan, Mo , dau of Horner 1, 



Ten 



.f William If 



dai 



>f r, l.omax .... 

.f Willl.am H. .. 

of U.(Jrimsliaw 

leth 



.|.June:i, 17!IU.. INov.7, 1811. 
.June 22, I816..{july 21, 1841 



Hcardstow 
Hcardslown, Tenn 
Heardstown, Tenn 
Heardstown, Tenn 
Cla, ton Hall, Eng 
(ddham, Eng., fa <jf El 

Holton, Eng., w. of.I. Lomax . 

Spaltli, I'.ng., bro. of Jennetle 

Spall li, i:ng., w. of.I. <irimsliaw 

Spailh, Isng., la. of .l.ii ml Ic 

Stanbcrry, Mo., s ol l^lijuh Jl 

.Vbb.'vlllc, S. ('., dau, of James 

Abl)evllle, S. C., dau. of Co!. (Jeo. W... 



NAME 



C^yntliia IiOni;ix 

Cyiilliia Klleu I.oinax. .. 

( 'yrus liOinux 

Dallas Daiiiul Loinax 

l)altt>ii, C'h'ineiitiiie 

Dalton, Sarah 

Daniel Loinax 

Daniel M. Lomax 

Daniel Kiifiis I.oinax .... 
Davonport, .Annie Isdna 
|)aveiii)()rt, ( 'ora I, inn . . 
Davenport, Kniniet<'(>r)k 
Davenport, .laine.'^ 10. (;. 
Davenport, Mary Alnui 

Davenport, Mamie A 

Davenp<»rt, Tliadiiis ('. 
Davenport, Willie Ktliel 
David Kdnumd Lomax . 

David Iv. I.oniax 

David.son, .fane D 

Davis, AljiKail 

Davis, Frank W 

Davia, Louis rOdward 

Davis, Louisa Helen 

Davis, Martha Sophia. .. 

Davis, Mary 

Davis, Mary Ann 

Davis, Mary Elizabetli . 
Davis, Mary Einaliue . .. 

Davis, Nancy Yates 

Davis, Ora Evaline 

Davis, Ilachel Griselda 
Davis, Samuel Adison. .. 

Davis, Sarah Ann 

Davis, Tliomas Heiitou . 

J )avis, Thomas ii 

Davis, Thomas Zimri 

Davis, Walter Ci 

Day, Eugenie 

Del Lunihalglies, G 



I,um 
Moln< 



I-I..M, I 

l^hes.di 
Itarney 
De Molius, Daniel 
De .Moines, (ieorge 
l)e Moines, .lames 
!>.■ Moines, l.iicind 
\h' Moines, 'I'homa 
DennlsWIiilcombl 
Denton, " widow" 
De I'riest, .\tulrew 



BORN. 

Iuly28, 18,'31 .. 
■lept. 17, 18U. 
June 21, 1820 
Ian. 21, IH82. . 
iljout IH.{7 .... 
.>hiy «, LSI!) ... 
al)OUt 1877 ... 
April2<), 18.r2. 
ibout ls.{7 . .. 
Inly (i, iS7(i . . 
()e(. T), IH(i8 .... 
Ian. 8, 188() ... 
Dee. 10, 1882... 
Marcli 18, 187( 
Jan. 25, 1872.. 
about 1842 ... 
July 2:!, 1879 . 
about 1870 ... 
Dee. 1, 18ir>.... 
about 18,07 ... 
about 1810 .... 
Dec. 7, 1804... 
June 19, 188;5 
\prll23, 1849 . 
Sept. 13, 185U.. 

about 1852 

about 1814 .... 
Nov. i), 1871... 
July 21, 1840 .. 
Aprils, 1810 .. 
Jan. 27, 1808... 
Dec. SI, 1816.. 
Kcb. 2U, 18«... 
about 1820 .... 
Aprils, 1815 . 
about 1H18 ... 
May 28, 18<M .. 
April 20, 1890 
Feb. 10,1667. . 
about 1441 .... 
about li:i7 .... 
about ll.t.'") .... 
about 1 l't!t 

about m>:i .... 

Oct. I, 1H20 .... 
Keb. 18, 18(17 . 
about 182! ... 
\h'V. 5, I8(fc').. . 
March 1, 18ii;l. 
Dee. 2il, 1881 . 
about 1820 ... 
about 1811 ... 



)ec. 2(1, 188.t. 



REMARKS. 



n 1887 .... 
ibout 1841 



De Wees 
De Wfc'M 
De W.'cs 



iiKi 



■aplt( 



Nov. l(t, lH(;t. 



May 8, 184j 



In infancy. 
Oct. IK, 18(11 



Al)bt!vllle, S. C, dau. of ("apt. Win. A .. 

Emiiire, (^ol., dau. of William 1' 

, Ind., s of Jonathan 

Slmsboro, La , s. of lion. George M — 
McEweii, Tenn., 1st. w.of W. IL Lomax 
McP:wen, Tenn., 2d w. of W. II. Lomax 

, Col., s. of Daniel M 

, Mo., s. ofTheophilus 



Pike Co , 111., s. of Thomas 

lack.sonville, Ala , dau. of I. J. Cook.. 
Jacksonvill<% Ala., dau. of L J. Cook.. 

.laeksoiivllle, Ala., s. of L J. <'ook 

Jacksonville, Ala , h. of 1 J.Cook 

Jacksonville, Ala., dau. of I. J. Cook .. 
Jacksonville, Ala., dau. of L J. Cook .. 
Jacksonville, Ala , bus of L3. Cook.. 

Jacksonville, Ala., s. of L J. Cooh 

Linn Co., Kans. s. of JuniuH 

.Vbbeville, S. 0., s. of John W 

, N. C, w.of J T Farrington 

Taoll, Ind., w. of E.-I-omax 

Orangeville, Ind., hus of O. E. Davis.. 

Orange^ille, Ind., a. of Sjirauel A 

Orangeville, Ind., dau. of S. C. Brown. 
ttrangeville, Ind., dau. of S. C. Brown. 

Hellton, (5a., w. of J. T. Lomax 

Brown Co., Ill , w. of J. Lonuix 

Orangeville, Ind., dau of Samuel A... 
Orangeville, Ind., dau. of S. C. Brown. 

Paoll, Ind., w. of Hon. Q. Lomax. .' 

Orangeville, Ind., dau. of Samuel A. . 
Orangeville, Ind., dau. of S. C. Brown . 
Orangeville, Ind., a of S. <.'. Brown ... 

I'aoli, Ind., w. of J. L. Brown 

Orangeville, Ind., 8. of H. C. Brown.. .. 
Orangeville, Ind., hus. of H. (" Brown . 

Orangeville, Ind., s. of Samuel A 

Orangeville. Ind., a. of Ora E. Davisi .. 
I'rcble Co., Col., w. of D. Ije Roy Smith 

Bury, Eng 

Bury , Eng 

Bury, Eng 

Bury, l''.ng 

Klnd<rh(K)k, III., s. of Ji»ne Lomax.. .. 
Kliidcrbook, 111., 2d lius. of J.Hctirtelder 
Kinderhook, 111., s. of J. Schneider ... 
Klnderhook,lll.,hus.of J.A F.M Lomax 
Kinderhook, I II., dau. of . I Schnehler. 
Kinderhook, III, s. of J. .Schntihhx.. .. 
Young's Creek, Ind., s of Kev. .\lfred. 
Ferry Co., Tenn., 2d wife of A. Lomax.' 
Farmer's Exchange, Tenn , hus. of 

E. Edwards 

licdfonl, la , hus. of M. J. Lomax 

liedlord, la., dau. of M. .1. Lonuix 

Ucdiord, la.. "Ihi oI M. .1. Loma.x 



220 
2<M 

ir>i 

21(i 
190 

UK) 

174 

n:) 

201 
2<»l 
201 
201 
201 
201 
2(11 
201 
18(1 
121 
220 
IW 
2o(i 
200 
21.-) 
2:it 
217 
12(i 
200 
192 
118 
2)6 
209 
200 
149 
15.t 
lot 

2.'^6 
242 
30 
.•!0 
*) 
36 
102 
169 
109 
ISI 
109 
109 
191 
147 



NAME 

(Cynthia I,oniax 

Cyiitliia Kllcn I.oniax. .. 

Cyrii.H 1/Oiiiax 

Dallas Daniel I,oinax.... 

Dallon, CleineiiUne 

Daltou, Sarah 

Daniel Loinax 

Daniel M. Lomax 

Daniel Kiifiis Loinax .... 
Davenport, .\nni(> l-Mna 
Davenpoit, ( 'ora l-iiin . . 
Davenport, KniinetCook 
Davenport, .laiae.< 10. (;. 
Davenport, Mary Alma . 

Davenport, Mamie A 

Davenp<trt, Thadiiis (', 
Davenport, Willie lOtliel 
David PMnuind I-omax . 

David K. I.ornax 

Davidson, Jane D 

Davis, Alji^ail 

Davis, Frank W 

Davia, Louis FOdward 

Davis, Louisa Helen 

Davis, Martha Sophia. .. 

Davis, Mary 

Davis, Mary Ann 

Davis, Mary Kli/.abetli . 
Davis, Mary Emaliiie . .. 

Davis, Nancy Yates 

Davis, Ora Evalinc 

Davis, lUichel Griselda 
Davis, Samuel Adison. .. 

Davis, Sarah Ann 

Davis, Thomas Henton . 

Davis, Thomas il 

Davis, Thomas /imri ... 

Davis, Walter (,i 

Day, Eugenie 

Del Lumlialghes, G 

Del Lumhalfihes, (> 

D.'l l.itmhaklus, K 

D.-i Lumhalfihes, d.-W.T 

I)e Moines, ISarney 

De Moines, Daniel 

De Moines, (ieor^e , 

!).■ MuiiH^s, .lames 

!>.• MniiHS, Liiclnda 

D<' Moines, 'I'homas 

Dennls\\hitcuml)Loma> 

Denton, " widow" 

De I'ricst, Andrew 



De Wees 
De Wees 
De W<>es 



■ai.lt« 



BORN. 

luly 28, la'il .. 
■;ept. 17, I8IL 
Iune2l, 1820 
Ian. 21, IH82 . 
about IK.i7 .... 
May 8, IS II) ... 
ahout 187" ... 
April2<(, 1832. 
ihout ls.{7 . .. 
hily (i, iH7(i . . 
Oet. r>, 18(i8 .... 
Ian. 8, lK8(i ... 
Dee. 10, 1882. . 
Marcli 18, 187( 
Jan. 25, 1872. . 
about 1842 ... 
July 2;l, 1871( . 
about 1870 ... 
Dee. 1, ISir...., 
ahout 1857 ... 
ahout 1810 .... 
Dec. 7, 1804... 
June 19, 188:5 
\prll23, 1849 
Sept. 13, 185(1, 
ahout 1852 .... 
ahout 1814 ... 
Nov. 9, 1871.. 
July 21, 1840 . 
Aprils, 1810 . 
Jan. 27, 18(J8. . 
Dec. 31, 1816. . 
Kcb. 2(1, 18i:i. . 
al>out 1820 ... 
April 8, 1815 . 
about 1818 .. 
May 28, 18(J5 . 
April 20, 1890 
Feb. 10,1667.. 
about 1441 ... 
ahout li:i7 ... 
about iW, ... 
ahout ll.'dt ... 
iibout 18;".;! ... 
Oct. I, 1820 ... 
Keb. 18, 1867 . 
about 182! ... 
\h-v. 5, I8(l;'(.. . 
March 1, 18ii:!. 
Dec. 29, 1881 . 
iibout 1820 ... 
:iboul 1811 ... 

about I8III ... 
Oct. I I. IHOI , , 
Ann. 15, 1861 



REMARKS. 



Dec. 26, 188.!. 



n 1887 .... 
ahout 1841 



Nov. 16, 1st;!. 



May 8, 1845 



In Infancy. 
Oct. IH, ISiil 



Ahb(!ville, S. f., dau. of ( 'apt. Win. A . . 

Empire, (tol., dau. of William I' 

, Ind., s of Jonathan 

Slinsboro, La , h. of llcni. Oeorge M — 
McEwen.Tenn., 1st. w.ofW. I L Loinax 
MeP:wen, Tenn., 2d w. of W. 11. Lomax 

, Col., s. of Daniel M 

, Mo., s. ofTheophilus 



Dike Co., 111., s. of Thomas 

Jacksonville, Ala , dau. of I. J. Cook.. 
Jacksonville, Ala., dau. of I. J. Cook.. 

.laeksonville, Ala.,s. of L J. Cook 

Jacksonville, Ala , s. of I J.Cook 

Jacksonville, Ala., dau. of L J. Cook .. 
Jacksonville, Ala., dau. of L J. Cook .. 
Jacksonville, Ala , bus of 1.3. Cook.. 

Jacksonville, Ala., s. of L J. Cooh 

Linn Co., Kans. s. of Junius 

.\bheville, S. C, s. of John W 

, N. C, w. ofJ T Farrington 

Daoll, Ind., w. of E.-I-omax 

Omngeville, Ind., bus. of O. E. I>avi8.. 

Orangeyille, Ind., 8. of Samuel A 

(Jrangevilie, Ind., dau. of. S. C. Brown. 
OrangevlUe, Ind., dau. of S. C. Brown. 

Hellton, (la., w. of J. T. Lomax 

Brown Co., Ill , w. of J. Lomax 

Orangeville, Ind., dau of .Samuel A. .. 
Orangevllle, Ind., dau. of S. O. Brown. 

Paoli, Ind., w. of Hon. (.1. Lomax. .' 

Orangevllle, Ind., dau. of Samuel A. . 
Orangeville, Ind., dau. of S. C. Brown . 
Orangeville, Ind., s ofS. (.'. Brown ... 

I'aoli, Ind., w. of J. L. Brown 

Orangevllle, Ind., 8. of S. C. Brown 

Orangeville, Ind., hus. of S. C- Brown . 

Orangevllle, Ind., s. of Samuel A 

t)rangevllle. Ind., 8. of Ora E. Davist.. 
Dreble Co., Col., w. of D. Le Roy Smith 

Bury, Eng 

Bury, Eng 

Bury, Eng 

Bury, Eng 

Klnderbook, III., s. of June Lomax.... 
Klnderho<.k,Ill.,2d lius. of J.Schrteider 
Kinderhook. 111., s. of J. Schneider ... 
Klnderbook, III. ,bus.of J. & F.M Lomax 
Kinderhook, HI., dau. of J Schneider. 
Kinderhook, III, s. of J. .Schn(!ldei>.. .. 
Young's Creek, Ind., h of Kev. .\lfred. 
I'crry Co., Tenn., 2d wife of A. Lomax.' 
Farmer's Exchange, Tenn , bus. »)f 

1'',. Edwards 

hedford, la , bus. of M. J. Lomax 

Hedford, la , dau. of M. .1. Lomux 

Ucdiord, la., ilHi of M. .1. I.oma.x 



l.S'.i 
201 
2<tl 
201 
201 

an 

201 

an 

201 
IHii 
121 
2>9 
IW 
256 
200 
215 
2;i! 
217 
126 
200 
192 
118 

209 
200 
149 
16.! 
15! 

258 
242 
36 
.•!0 
3(1 
36 
162 
169 
169 
181 
169 
169 
191 
147 

110 

196 
251 
216 



NAME. I 

DoWeese, Mliinio A 

Hf Wi'cse, Willie E 

nianiia l.oiimx 

DlckK, Mary T 

Dlitgs. William 

nillarrt. Alfred M 

Dillai-a, (lias. Franklin. 

Dlllard, Kilgar Alex 

l)lllard,.I(ihnFraii.Lutli. 

Olllanl. Leltoy 

Dlllard. Llley Alafalr . 
nillDrd. Manila ("ordelia 
Dlllard, Mary Arkansas 
Dlllard. Nancy Jane ... 

Dlllard, U A 

Dlllard, ItSizelnli 

Dlllard, Uobert Harrison 
Dlllard. Wllllaui Floyd 
Dlllard, Wllllnni l.candir 
Dlllbt'ck, .lullR MiKsoiirle 
Dllll>eck,Hurah Kllzab . 

DlUbeck, Vlcy Jane 

Dlllbeik, W. W 

Dllllnger, Estella K 

Dllwortli, Jane 

Ditto, Elender 

Docla l-omax 

DodHon, Daniel, l'.st| .. 

Dodson, liannali 

Dodson MItelull l.oniax 

Doherly, Anna N 

Dohertj, Elsie 

Doherty, James HenJ 

Doherty, James H 

Doherty, James W 

Dolurty, John H 

Doherty, Lucy 

Doherty, Naucy F 

Doherty, Nancy N 

Doherty, Halllc -M 

Doherty, Harali E 

Doherty, Thomas .\ 

Doherty, Thomas ,1 

Doherty, Thomas \V 

Doherty, William 11 

Hohcrty, William F 

Doherty. William F 

Doherly, Wintl.ld S 

Doherly, WinHeld J 

Doop, or Dopp, IVter — 

Ixjra l.omax 

Doiothy I.oma.x 

Dorothy I.oniax 

Dorothy l.oinux 

Dorothy Koemi l.omax.. 
Dotson, !...(; 



BORH. 

Dec. 18, 186;-.... 
Mar. 1, inat ... 

bout IHO:^ ... 

about 1857 

about IHU) .... 
about 1K.51 ... 
Dec. II, 187S. .. 
Aug. ■t. IHSI . 
Ang.:i, IKH7. 
Nov. 8, ISHIi .. 
July 18. I88;i .. 

an. 2"., 1878 .. 
;5ept. 29. 1880. 
May JS, 187« . 
about ISoii ... 
May 2H, 1880 .. 
April :{, 1889 . 
April 24, 1882 
July Hi, IS74 . 
Nov. 9, 1882 . 
F<'b 12, 1888.. 
March 18, isa: 
about 185(> . . 

bout 1869 .. 
about 17.V. ... 
about 18I,J .... 
Nov. 1<;, I8(il. 
about 1777 ... 
about l«07 .. 



REMARKS. 



It \mi 



Jan. :l, 187.'"j 
Jan. 2A 1881 
.March Mi, IM:> 
Jan -J.!, 1881 
Nov. I, 1819. 
April 22, 18 n 
Jan. 11, 188! 
Sept 4, 1887 
March IJ, l&ij 
.\pril II, 187 
July 21, I8l.'i 
Feb. 21), I.HH7 
Dec. 28, 1847 
Mar<;h 2K, 1.S79 
Nov. 1, ISI9. 
July 18, 1S20 
.Vu!,'. 19, 1882 
Sept. 12, 1HV2 
.Ian. 27, IS.S9 
about IK',1 . 
Aug. 19, 188r> 
Sept. 1.821 .. 

l».<- I, iH<;i . 

Oct. I«, l.^ill . 
June 29, 18l.'i 
about 18tX) .. 



June 27, 1888. 



^ug l.i, 182:i. 



Jan. 0, 1874 . 
.luly 22, 18«« 



July 21, 187.S 
April 0, 1872 



Oct. 2!l, 187.5. . 
pt. 20, 18(i2. 



Aug. 



Bedford. la., dau. of M. J. I^max 

Bedford, la , s. of M. J Domax 

, (X, dau. of Ili)bert 

Mt. Airy, N. ('., w. of A. C. Short 

, Va . bus. of E. Wormley .. 

BelltoD, (Ja., bus of M. D. Loraax 

Amity, Ark., .s. of E. M. Ix)max 

Amity, Ark , s. of E. M. Ix)max 

(Uiestnut Gap, (ia., s. of M. D.Eomax. 

Amity, Ark., s. of E. M. Ixjmax 

Chestnut (iap.CJa , dau. of M. D. lA>max 
Chestnut Gap,CJa.. dau. of M. D. Lomax 
Chestnut (Jap,Ga., dau. of M. D. Lomax 
Chestnut Gap,Ga , dau. of M. D. Lomax 
Amity, Ark., 1st bus. of E. M. Iximax 

Amity, Ark., s. of E. M. Ix)max 

Amity, Ark., s. of E. M. Lomax 

Amity, Ark., s. of E. M. Ix)max 

Cbe;tnut Gap, <Ja., s. ol A. D. liOmax. 
Chestnut (Jap, (ia., dau. of N. L liOmax 
Chestnut Gap, Ga ,dau. of N. L. Ixunax 
ChestnutGap, (Ja.,dau ofN. L. Ix)iaax 
Chestnut Gap, Ga., bus. of N. L. Ix)max 
Escondldo, Cal., w. of Q W. Iximax... 

.Abbeville, K. (,'., w. of Jas. Ix)max 

(Jolden, Col., w. of W. 1*. Lomiix 

McEw<n, Ti^nn., dau. of W. II. U>mttx 
Knarsb<»r<mgli, lOiig., fa. of Hannah .. 

N Y. city, w. of J Ix.max 

N. Y. city, s. of John H 

l»onlphan, Mo, dau. of Thomas J 

Doniphan, Mo , dau. of Thomas J 

Doniphan, Mo., h. of Thomas J 

Doni|.ban, Mo., s. of WlnJleld S 

. , s. of N. Cude 

. s. of N.Cnde 



Doniphan, Mo., dau. of Thomas J... 
Doniphan, .Mo., dau. of Thomas J... 

. dau. of N. Cude 

Doniphan, Mo , dau of Thomas J... 

, dau of N. Cude 

Doniphan, Mo , s. of Winfield S 

Doniphan, Mo., s. of N. < lude 

Doniphan, Mo., s. of Thomas J 

, s.of N Cude 

Doniphan, Mo , Inis. of N. Cude 

Doniphan, Mo., s of WinlieldS 

Doniphan. .Mo., s of N. Cude 

in, Mo., s. of N. Cude. 

lyoman 



.1 Doniphan, Mo., s. of N. Cude. 
. I Kinderhook, III., bus. ofS. Ix 



1 Stea.lh 
|lredcll 

jsicaclh 



I, .\la., dau. of Sydney 
,, Tcx.,dau.orTcrifn<:( 
1, .\la.,<lau.orSydMcy 
I, .Ma, dan. of Tillman 



cmilon, 


IVx , ( 


au. of James .\ 


.McKwen 


I'enn. 


w. of W. C. Brown ... 



NAME. 



Douglass, 
nouglass, 
Douglass, 



Douglass, 
Douglass. 
Douglass, 
Douglass, 
Douglass, 
Douglass, 
Douglass, 
Douglass, 
Douglass, 
Douglass, 
Downing, 



Ellz:ibeth Ann 
K.sse l>ilwortli 

Oeorge A 

George C 

Harvey A 

Mary 

Mary Louisa.. 

Matilda 

Stella 

Suda I.ucy... 

Thomas 

Thomas I> 

Thomas J 

Wade II 

iSsttnuel 




BORN. 

Sept. T.. IKtS 
.Inly II. IK7S 

jlHH-. li ISTi 
,Nov. 15, liW) 
[abont l-mi ... 

Feb i-V, IS«W .. ji 

about iNTi ... in infancy. 

Dec. 3. 1*70 ... 

.May II. IM6 .. 

aliout IWJ!» ....iin inCnucy 
S«-|>l. X, lJC»...|abonl 11853 . 



inCaney. 



Du Bose. Eugenie .. 
Daddell, Widow ... 
Duddell, William.. 

Duncan, K 

Dwigglns, Nanty .. 
B^aeley, Mattie 



Nov \, imm. 
May :». 1ST6 
about I.SI.> .. 



Ed'delman. Medora 

Rdgar Monro*; U>max. . 

Edmondc liomax 

Edmonds, Anna Kelle... 



iImuU IKili 
ibout liSM 
ilK>ut IWB 
llM>Ut IVJl . 
ilH)nt I7TT 
ilM>nt 1857 



:i1h>uI IK'iJl ... 
.Sept. .',, IH70 . 
alxMit VM .. 
\\\V. Ti, IK77. 



July 17, IJW* 



EdnwndH, AukuhIuk Alarcli.tl, IK>ii 

KdmondB, HuMlriH Ian :«», IHS2 * 

Kdraoiids, Daisio May.. o»(. lii. IKW 



Edmonds, Ihiniel Ijtin.. 

Edmonds, David 

Edmonds, David folwell 

Edmonds, Kllie Jane 

Edmonds, Kliziil)ethJ ant- 
Edmonds, Fredoniat ill h. 
Edmonds, Ida Ann Kliz. 
Edmonds.lrenaMargarel 
Edmonds^.Ias. Harney.. 
Edmonds, John Meriot 
Edmonds,Jno..M('riot Jr. 
Edmonds, Mar. Km.iliMi- 
Edmonds, Mary Ann ... 
Edmonds, Mary l\lla .. 
Edmonds, Mary Susjui 

Edmonds, K;»nili 

Edmonds, Win. Newton. 
Edmonds, Wm. Thomas. 

Edmund liOiiiu.x 

Edmund lioniax 

EdmundHhaUett lx>niiix 

Edward I.<>miiix 

E<lwurd lrf>niax 

Kdwaid l^>niax 



alxintlHU .. 
Kch. -11, IK7I 
( ».t 'X, \Mi . 
June 19, I«7!) 
April H, 1SJ7 

Aug ;«. \m\ 

Kel). 21, mn. 
I Jan. 28, l«7.-> 
■Feb. 5, l8(o . 

about 1.S20 .. 

about ih:2 . 
I Dec, IHII ... 
jjuly, ISBO .. 
loc-t. 12. IS72 
llVb. .!, IK72 . 
.about 18.^1 .. 
1 Dee. 28, 1870 
: May 22. I8.V2 

about 1777 .. 

about mxi . 

al>oiill7IH . 

alxiut 
|.\prll 

about 



Feb. 9, I8n 



LAIaj 12.187.5 



Auk-, 1KV7. 
Dee. I, l«8l. 
Ian.. 1861 .. 



in ISV.» .... 



.1. I(i72 ..lDe«; 23, 1(572 
.1....I 



REMARKS. 



.\bbeTille. S. C dau. of M. P. 

.VbbfT; Hie. S '.\. Amxi. or Gt-orjsc A. 

Abbeville, S.I".. iR ««f 31. D. l.«nuis 

Abbeville, Sw I*., t-. of George .\ 

Abbeville. s<. t" ,»- of Geonie A 

.Abbeville. H. « ".. Aiu. «>f Thomas D 

Abbeville. S. C d.-in. of George .\ 

.%bbeviUe.»». f.. «lau. «>r Tliomas !>.... 

Abbe»ilDe,». «"., «Mu. *>r « ;e»»r¥:«' -^ 

Abbeville. K. r, dau. t»r<;»-orj:r .\ 

Abbeville. S. •'.. ji of G«-orj;e .V. 

Abbevillle,. ». r., s-ofM. 1> lA>ni:is.... 

Abbeville, S. «\. hiis of M. D. l.itiiuix . 

.Abbevi;ie.«.C.». of George .\. _ 

Fanner's Excliange, Tenn.. bus. of 
M. Edmrds .. 

.Abbeville. Si f'.. w.of Dr. W. G. I.oniax. 

Loogrid^e, Eng , w. ofT. Griinsbaw.. 

I.«agTfdge. Eng., lale has. of Widow .. 

.Abbeville.**. «: , w. of I.. I^niur, Emi.. 

Ixtiuax, III., w. of IC. IJHiiax 

i*r}'Klal Springs. Mi.sti.. 2d w. of 
K. II. Loniax 

Marion. Ind.. w. of B.T. Haldwia 

Slanherry, S^lo., k. of E. II. I^oinaz 

Bolton, Eng., Iins. of Jill. Sbnrpus 

Fayelteville, .Ark., dim. of W. T. 
{■Ulnioiidx 

Fayellevllle, .\rk.,>k.of W.T. I-^ImioikIs 

FiiyeHevllle, .\ rk., s. «»r W. T. Kdniond.s 

Faycttevllle. Ark.. <Uiii. of W T. 
Ediiiondx 

Joplin. Mtt., >.. of Jl. .\. l..onuiK 

Fayelleville, Ark., ». t>f David «r 

Fayettevllle, Ark., si. of M. A l.4>niax. 

Fayelleville, -\rk , dau. of David I* 

Siloam Sp*g», .\rk., dan. of M..\.IjoniHX 

Fayettevllle, .\rk , dan of Dsivid f — 

Fayettevllle, .Ark., dau. of D:ivid u 

Johnson, Ark, dan. of Wiliiuni T 

I Fuyettevilb', Ark., s. of David f 

\ l.inc-oln t'o., .Mo., lius^ «)f M. A. l.oinax 

Fayelleville. Ark., s. i»r D. I. Edmonds 

Itritton, .\rk , ilau. of W. A. l.oinux 

, .\rk.. dau. of .M. A. I j>max 

Fayelleville, .\rk-, <lau. nf IfciviU C ... 

Johnson, .\rk . d:in. i>f Williiim T 

. .Mo , dan. of. M. .\. I.oinax. , 

FaycltevilU'. .\rk.. .s. of D. i". Edmonds i 
I Johnson. Ark., bus. of .M. .\. l.oniax .. i 
i Wt. .Alban.s, i:ng , (;r;idnate i'anibrid<;e i 
j Clayton Hall. EnR, s. of Kicbar.M; .. { 
I N.lley IMaee. Eii};., s. of I 'al. b 

l(oll4>ii, Kmx .< bild burled l..e»> 



ItfT 
1((7 
11*7 
187 
IMk 
1.S7 
190 
lli7 

IIH7 
IW 
12!l 
187 

213 
l(Si 
U 
18 
laO 
1*7 

.2W 

in 

'££t 

■zn 

201 
201 
201 
211 
3D1 

2Z1 
•251 
1-58 
J96 
Iftl 
1-SK 
•JO\ 
222 
|.V( 
2U6 
222 
8S 



North Sbitlds. Enj;.. -son of Itev. John. 
lA>ndon, I'.nj; , llrlcii«-<; to ninny 




REMARKS. 



Spencer ('•> , Ky., s. of Josepluis 

l'i-e(leiirU.sl)iii-;i, Vii., K. olMaJ. 'I'hoinas 
oinalia. Net.., s. of I'resloy T , Ksi, ... 

. I'enn , lui.s. of F, Wilburn 

Kannei's Kxcli., Tenii, .s. of M W ilburn 

,Tenii , ,s of K. Willmrn. .. 

inei'slO.xeh. ,Toiiii.(lau. of E. Wilburn 

le, S (' , bus of J. A. I.oiuax.. 

I luer'.s l':.\('b.,Tenn , .s. of M . VVilburu 

asaiit Hill, Teiiii., s. of K. Wilburn 

. Teun., ilau. of E Wilburn 

Fanner'sExfli.,Tenn.(lau ofE. Wilburn 
Whitfield, Tenn, s. ofM. Wiiburu.... 
Beardsto\vn,Tenn., dau. of N. ^^■ilburn 
Farmer's ExcbauKt*, Tenn., s. of M. 

Wilburn 

Heanlslown, Tenn., bus. of M. Wilburn 
lieardstown, Tenn , s. of M. Wilburn . 
Heard-stown, Tenn., s. of N. Wilburn , 
I5eard.sto\vn,Tenn., dau. of M. Wilburn 
Port Tobayo. Va., Istw. of L. Loniax . 
Fainier's I'^xcbanf^e, Tenn., dau. of INl. 

Wilburn 

I'lirnier'.s lO.Nclianne, Tenn.. dan. of M. 

Wilburn 

Heanlslown, Tenn , dau. of N. Wilburn 
I'.eardstown, Tenn., s. of N. Wilburn .. 

\Vliitliel(l,Tt;nn., s. r.f E. Wilburn 

Williamsburg, Va., fa of Mary 

llcardslown, Tenn., Iiuh. of N. Wilburn 

rdslown, Tenn., s. of N. Wlll)urn .. 

INlo , s. of Henry C 

Cliildwiekbury, EnK., w. ofJ. Eoniax. 

, Ent,'., fa. of Matilda 

liarwood, Eiig., dau. of llleha'rd 

Marston, Ent,' , dau. of I)r William .. 

Caroline Co., Va , dan. of Maj. Tlios.. 

Frederieksburg, Va., dau. of Judge J. T. 

-, Va , dau. of Maj. Mann P. 

London, Eng., mar. E lJ(jwering 

London, Eng., s. of William 

Hanville, Ky. s of Tliomas 

Danville, Ky ,s. of Elijah 

Slaiib.rry, Mo , s of William '1' 

Highland, .\rk., dau of William 

ion drove. Mo., s. of llerlry J- 

Ion, lOig , spinster, will proved ... 

Turtuii, i;iig , will (.roved 

London, Eng , mar .) H.st 

I'ort 'lOba-o, Va , dau of Lnnsford .. 

Clillilwi(ksl)ury, l';ng., dau. of ( 'alel).. 

■, ling , dau. of Dr William 

London, Eng . mar. .L Martiam 

Clayton llall.l'lng , dau of .lames, i;s(i., 

ng , dan. of Dr .lames 

tiickingham Co , .N C , dau. ofTlios. 



NAME. 



BORN. 



REMARKS 



Elizabeth Lomax 

Kli/.ahetli l.cniax 

Klizabelli l.nmax 

I'Uizi.htlli 1 lax 

Klizal.i-lli I.niiiax 

Kli/.abclli Lomax ... . 

KUzalK:tli I.uiiiax 

Elizabeth Lomax 

Klizabcth Lomax 

Klizabetli Loinax 

EliMibeth Lomax 

Elizabeth A. Lomax. . 
Elizabeth Ann Lomax 
Elizabeth L. Lomax... 
Elizabeth L. Loinax .. 
Elizabeth May Lomax 
Elizabeth R. Lomax.. 
Elizabeth R. Lomax. 
Elizabeth 8. Lomax .. 

Eliza Lomax 

Eliza Loraax 

Eliza Lomax 

Eliza Lomax 

Eliza Lomax 

Eliza A. Lomax 

Eliza -Vliee Lomax 

Ella Loinax 

Ella Susan Lomax 

lOUen Lomax 

Ellen Pemlott Loinax .. 

Ellis Lomax 

Ellis, " widow" 

Elmira Lomax 

J'Mvira Lomax 

Elvira Lumax 

El wood Lomax 

Elzoia Lomax 

Emma Lomax 

Emma Loinax 

Emma Jane Lomax 

Emma JL Lomax 

Kmnict Lomax 



\n(?. 



bout 



about 179:5 .... 

in Cha ncery 

about ISU ... 
about 181-.^ ... 
about 18U ... 
iboui lK2t) ... 
Ai)ril II), 1S27 
about 18'J7 ... 
Sept. 20. ISJ!) 
Sept. 7, 1844. 
Jan. 15, 1853. 
Aug. 16, 18JG 
about 18a'5 ... 
about 18'.-'3 . . 
Dec. 18,1874. 
Nov. 27, 1785 
Nov. 9, 1818 . 
Jan. t), 1854 . 
July 1, 1824 . 
about 18<il .. 
about 1807 .. 
about 1829 .. 
about 1811 .. 
about 1817 .. 
about 1804 .. 

Aprils, I8«5. 

Majch 13, 18.57 

Sept 23, 1873 

about 1847 . . . 

Nov. 17, 1840 

about 1572 .. 

about 1822 .. 

Sept. 2,5, 1848 

about 1832 . . 

about 1841 .. 

about 1874 .. 

Nov. 26, 1863 

Nov. 9, 1849. 

Oct. 10, 1867. 

.Tan. 1, 1872 . 

July 30, 1861 

about 1816 .. 

about 1774 .. 



Perry Co 



April 25, 1816 
Junes, 1866.. 



fenn . dau. of Sami 

— , Eng., doubtful 

Junction .11 



ihert 



Entwistle, Mr. 
lliitwi.' 

Kpp.'s, .Mr 

1;. Krli.c.;i Lonia 
|',nir,-.l L(Miia\ .. 
Kriiol Ear! Lorn 
lirncstWm. Loin; 
iMsUine, \Vm. 15. 



Feb. 17, 1872. 
bout 1861 .. 



July 3, IH80 



Oct. 22, 1818. 



about 1773 .. 

about 18'i2 .. 

about 174K .. 

Nov. 9, 1848. 

I.May 17, I.S88. 

,x Jan. 31, 1875 

X, Kev. 'about IS'i.S .. 
[about 1812 .. 



It 181 



died. 



about I8.>1 .. 
'Nov. 1, 180S 



lUireau Junction . ui . dau. of Robert. 
Cliildwickbury, Eng.. dau. of Joshua. 
Clayton Hall, Eng .dau of Richard G 
London, Eng , dau. of Dr. James W.. 
Kinderhook.Ill., dau. of Theophilu.s. 

Lomax. III., dau. of William 

.McEwen, Tenn., dau. of William 

Mousetail, Tenn., dau. of James 

Steadluim, .\la., dau. of Sydney 

Denison, Tex., dau. of ('apt. John 

Rockport, III., dau. of Thomas. ...... 

Cincinnati, O., dau. of Maj. Mann P. . 
Blacksburg, Va., dau. of (Jen. L. L... 
Caroline Co., Va., dau. of Maj. Thomas 

Abbeville, S. C, dau. of John W 

[ Rogers, Ark., dau. of Silas R 

t Morea, 111., dau. of Hon. Abel 

Ala., dau. of William 



Wilmington, O., dau. of Robert 

Kinderh(X)k, 111., 2d w. of B. Hindes. .. 

Kinderhook, III., dau. of^John 

Idaho, bookkeeper, dau. of Abel 

lUK-kingharnCo, N.C.,diiu.ofCapt M, 
Union Grove, Mo., dau. of Henry J.... 
. — , 111., dau. of Elijah 



Fayetteville, Ark., dau. of Theophilus 

Louisiana, Mo., dau. of Thomas 

Holmes Co., Miss., dau. of L'ouis P 

Bolton, Eng., fa. of Anne 

Young's Creek, Ind., 2d w. of C. Lomax 
Orange Co.. Ind., dau. of William P. .. 

Oxford, 0.,2d w. of SamXiel C 

Rockport, 111., w. of John 

French Lick, Ind., s. of Cyrus 

Yonng's Creek, Ind., dau. of Wellington 
Young's Creek, Ind-, d«u- of I-entsford. 

Abingdon, III., dau. of Elijah 

McEwen, Tenn., dau. of William H.... 
Rock Creek, Ark , dau. of Charles H. 

. , Kans , s. of Osmond 

Rockingham Co., N. C, w. of Capt. 

M. Lomax 

Bolton, Eng., 2d hua. of A. Conlille .... 

Bolton, Eng., hus. of A. Lonuix 

, Va., bus. of .MissJellerson. 

Abbeville, S.C., dau. of John W 

, s. ofWiliamA 

.Meridian, Tex., s. of James T 



oxford, V 


ng., s. 


of 


)r. W 


Empire, ( 


ol., hi 


is. 


)fC. 1- 


.lohnson ( 


'<)., .\i 






Marion, 1 


n.l., w 


.of 


Kev. 


Paoli, In< 




\.\< 


iialhi 


Young's 1 


r.'cU, 


IlK 


1 . s. 



Lomax 

C. Edmonds 
. L. Shugart 



82 
84 

16.5 

113 

1'19 

203 

223 

209 

139 

103 
181 

101 

215 
22.5 
161 
112 
119 
16.5 
12(i 
13") 
8t 
2.52 

2;i5 

171 
213 
193 
44 
151 
132 
156 
126 
154 
185 
165 
25.5 
190 
215 
124 



NAME 


BORN. DIED. i REMARKS. 1 


*u 


Kssex l,e Hoy I.oiuax — 


July '^■l 1817 




Wabhingtou City, 1008 C. St., S W. 1 
s. of William B 








132 

30 




Feb. 12, 18K? .. 




Sleadham, .\la., dau. of Sydney 

Bolton, i;ng , will proved 

London, Kng., dau. of Dr. James 

Burv, I'-n" , dau. of John 


240 


Ksther l.oinu.x 


about 1747 .... 
about 17o7 .... 
about 1812 


about 1792 .... 
In infani-y 


74 


l')st her l.oiiiiix 


Ti 


Esther I-oinax ... 


% 


June 22 1877 




Abingdon Ill.B.ofJohnW 


m 


EtluM .Vnnhel I.omax 

laitrene l.oinax . . . 


June 20, IHG.').. 
March 9, 18()6 . 


Oct. 12. 1884... 


Young's Creek, Ind , s of Wellington. 
Fayetteville, .Vrk , s. of Theophilus ... 

Houston, Tex., s. of Dr. Warren (i 

Me K wen, Tenn , s. of James W. 

Abingdon, 111., dau. of Elijah 


185 

171 


Eugenr Beiimrd Lomax 
tlugeni' Fl«jrence Lomux 




'/.n 


.\ug. 4. 1871 ... 


; 


201 
IfW 


Kvii Nettle I.omax 






Meridian, Tex , dau. of James T 

Fl.shwlck, Eng., has. of J. Qrlmshaw. 

Young's Creek, Ind., s. of Abel 

Bedford, la., s.ofM. J. Lomax 

Bedford, Ia.,s. of M. J. Lomax 

Bedford, la , dau. of M.J. Lomax 

Bedlbrd, la., 2d hus. of M. J Lomax .. 
("edar Creek, Tenn , dau. of .Vudiew .. 

Cushman, Ark., dau. of William 

, Teuu., dau. of William .. . 

Charlotte, N. C, s. of N. Lomax 

Charlotte, N. C, s. of William L 

Hillsdale, N. (^ , dau. of Nathaniel. .. . 
Charlotte, N. C, ad<,|it. s. ..f Kobert L. 

Charlotte, N. C, s. of KoljerL L 

, N.C , s. of Nathaniel 

— , N. C, s of .N. Lomax 

(;ullf<jrd Co , N. C, s. of William L.... 
Charlotte N C s ofUobtrl L 


m 


about l(i20 .... 
Aug JI 187'1 




ftO 




m 


Kannell, Charles A 

Fanntll, Judson Guj- 


hec. 10,1875... 
Oct 0, 1873.... 




m 
m 


Oct 23, 1874.. 




iW 








197 








147 


Knnnle EUzaheth Lomax 


Nov 2 1878 




M 


Faraby Lomax 

KarrluKton, .Vbsalom — 

FurrluBlon, .\ if red 

Farrlngton, Catherine .. 
Farrlhglon, Fit/. H. B.... 
Farrlngton, Geor(,'e \V... 
Farrlngton, Haz/.ard.... 

Farrlngton, .lehu 

. Farrlngton, John A 

Farrlngton, John Tate .. 
P'arrlngton, ,Ioi\atlian H 
Farrlngtor), Josephine II. 

Farrlngton LuuraC 

Farrlngton, l.Uy Jane . .. 
Farrlngton, Louisa F.... 
Farrlngton, Maggie . I ... 

Farrlngton, Martha 

Farrlngton, Martha S.J. 

Farrlngton, .Mary 

Farrlngton, Mary 

Farrlngton, Mary K 

Fan-lngtou, Mary K 

Farrlngton, Mary K 

Farrlngton, Naney 

I'urrlngton, Naney 

Farrlngton, .Nathaniel .. 

F.irrlngloM. Oliver 

Farrlngton, ()//,irnri — 

Fanlngton, Boht. Lloyd 

Farrlngton, Hobert L ... 

Farrlngton, HobertN.... 

Furrliigtou, .'^allle 

Farrlngton, Susuu .\ll<e 

I'arrlnglon, Susan (' 


March 13, 1827 




109 
7,'i 


about 18tiO .... 
about 182U .... 
Oct. 2(1, 1H71)... 
July 10 1819 


May 9, 1885 ... 


175 
100 
148 
'.^Itt 


April l(i, 1820 . 
March 15, 177. 
about 1.S02 .... 
Aug. 2<J, 18.J5.. 
May 7, 182(i ,. 
sci.l. 11, lH,'-,2.. 
May I, 181)3 ... 


April, IS-W.... 


100 
75 
175 

•m 


Waddells, N. C, s. of Nallianlel 

Charlotte, N. C, <lali. of Kobert 1 

(harlolte, N. C, dau. of Kobert L 

, N. C , dau. of (Jeorge W... 

Charlotte, N. C, dau. of Kobert 1 

Waddclls, N. C, dau of Jonathan B 
Hillsdale, N.C. dau. of WiUliam L..., 

Charlotte, N.C, dau. of Kobert L 

, N C, dau. of N. Lomax ... 

H illsdale, N C. , dau. of Nat haniel 

Charlotte, N. C , dau. of Kob(Mt 1 

Hillsdale, N. C, dau of William I 

Waddclls, N.C, dau of Jonathan B..'. 

, .N. C, dau. of N. Lonuix . .. 

Hill.sdale, N.C., dau. of William L ... 
NewOiirden, N. C. s. of N. I.omax.... 
Sandy Cross, N. C, s. of William L ... 

Concordia, La.. .-^. of Nalhaniel 

, s of(ieort;eW 

Charlotte, N.C , s. of Nathaniel 

Hillsdale, N.C.s.of Williaiii L 

Hills. laic, N. C., ilau. of Nallinid.l .... 
W iuld.ai's, N. C, dau. ol .loiiiithan B. 
. , dau. of (ii'org.' W 


104 
148 

118 


March 11, 187,0 




21H 

Dri 


Dec. 1, 1867.... 
about 1864 .... 
Jan. 3, 1847... 
Jan 2.1 1779 


dead 


255 

n. 

He 

7, 


May 2r., 1814 .. 




13. 






I4^ 


about 1868 .... 
June 7, 1871... 


Jan. 31, 1885... 


»7. 
10 
7 


iiljiXll 1H70 




17 


May 2.--), 1784 . 


about 1851 ... 


lot 

17 


Aug. 12, 1812. 
Nov 30, 1H77.. 


died 




Jan. 2.-.. 1817 .. 

about Ih'iO 

about, IK21 

July 2), lK(i2 . 
May 14 1873 


Feb. 11, ISill.. 


14 

17. 

m 

24 

?l 









NAME. 



BORN. 



Fanlngton, Susan V. ... 
Farrlngton, Temperance 
Farringtoii, Thomas S. .. 

Farrington, William 

FaiTlngton, William 

Fariington, Willtuin 

Farrliigloii, Win. I.atou. 

Farrington, /liler 

Farry, William K ...:... 

Faulk, .\shford B 

Faulk, Emil E 

Fauntelroy, GritRu 

Fauntelroy, Mr 

Faunlelroy, William ... 
Fauntelroy, Wm. Moore 

Flak, Louis 

Flemming Bibb Lomax 
Flemnriing, Robert A.... 

Flora Lomax 

Florannah E. Lomax... 

Florence Lolnax 

Florence L. Loma.x 

Foard, Eliza Bennett... 

Fogg, James 

Fogg, Mary 

Fogg, Uicliard 

Foraby Lomax 

Foster, .Vnnie 

F'oster, .\ugustus Lomax 

Foster, Caroline E. 

Foster, Eliza V 

Foster, tieorge W . 

Foster, Jolm 

Foster, John Cannon — 

Foster, John Cannon. Jr. 

Foster, John Franklin .. 

Foster, J oseph B 

Foster, Joseph ^hlltisoll 

Foster, Mary K 

Foster, .Mary Isabella . .. 

l''oster, I'lcasant 

Foster, Hubert Ler 

Foster, Sarah 10. 

l''oster. Savannah L 

h'oster, Suvanniili L 

Foster, Susan A 

I'owlkes, .Madura K 

Fralley, W. 11 

Frances Lomax 

Frances Lcjinax 

Finnccs M . I.uma.v 

I'Valic, Silin 

I'liiMk !,..i.inv 



<ept. 24, 18C0 
lune 18, 1781 
Vug. 10, lH.-)8 
about 17-1!) .. 

)ct.7. 1772.. 
about Wd .. 
\ug 11. lH:i2 
about 18(1(1 .. 

bout IKU .. 

bout 1810 .. 
June 13, 18(U 

bout l()iS8 .. 

Ijoul lG(i2 . 
about 1«90 . . 

bout 1686 .. 
about 1835 . . 

Vug. 21, 1888 
about 1858 .. 
March 20, 188() 
.Vprili), 18(i!) 
about 1857 .. 
about 180i .. 
about 184) .. 

about i(;no .. 

about 10(12 .. 
about 1509 .. 
.March Hi, ; 1827 
.\pril, 1H0;> 



Juiien, 18.")-.. 
.May 8, 1880.... 
March 19, 1816 

.Vug., 1S-.9 

about 182;> .... 
Oct. .11, 18;V). .. 
July 7, 1889 ... 
Vug. 11, 1.881.. 
Nov. 1(1, 18)9.. I 
l>ec. 2!», IKKI ..I 
Junes, 1801...] 
St'l>t. 22. 18H,S.. j 
about 1M2I .... 
l)ec. 17, i:((17. .. 
I (re. 19. lK|:i . 
.\pril27, IHV:. I 
No\.9, 1S.S2.. I 



Frederick S. 1. 
Freeman, \)on 



Inly 2 J, Ihsj 
about 17HI .. 
about 1718 .. 



REMARKS. 



Charlotte, N. C, dau. of Robert L 

, N. C , dau. of N. Lomax. . 

Waddell's, N. C , s. of Jonathan B 

, N. C, bus. of N. Lomax . .. 

, N. C, s. of N. Lomax 

Hillsdale, N. C , s. of William I 

Hillsdale, N. ('., s. of Nathaniel 

lUllBdale, N. C., dau. of William L 

Indianapolis, Ind., bus. olM. I. Study 
Linn Co., Mo., hus. of M. -M. Lomax . 

Denlson, Tex., s. of M. M . Lomax 

, s. of K. Griffin 

,hus.ofK (IrliHn 

, 8. of K. Griffln 

, s. of K. Grlfttn , 

Butler, Mo., hus. of F. H. C harles 

McEwen, Tenn., s. of .Tame.s W 

, N. C., hus. of S \\ Farrington. 

Steadham, Ala., dau. of Tillman 



Boomer, Mo., dau. of Dr. Wm. M 

Grenada, Miss., dau. of Jesse 

Fredericksburg, Va., Dr. Richard S.. .. 
Summervllle, Mo., w. of A. H. .\rmfleld 

Harwood, Eng., s. of Richard 

Harwood, Eng., w. of J. Lomax 

Harwood, Eng., hus. of Joan. 

, Tenn., dau. of Wllllan 



Verdery, S. C, dau. of S. L. Lomax... 

Verdery, S. C., s. of 8. L. Lomax 

Belltou, H. C, dau. of .Vugustus L 

Verdery, S. C, dau. of S. L. Lomax ... 

Verdery, .S.i;., s. ofS. L. Lomax 

Verdery, S. C, hus. of S. L. Lomax ... 

Verdery, S. C, s. of S. L. Lomax 

Ninety Six, S. C, s. of John C 

BelUon,S. (.'., s. of Augustus L 

Verdery, S. C., a. of H. L. Lomax 

Bell ton, S. (;., 8. of .'VuguUus L 

Honeopath, S. C., dau. of S. L. Lomax. 

bcllton, S. C , dau. of Augustus L 

Marion, Ind., .Sd hus. of M. Lomax ... 

V»-rdery, S. C. , s. of S. L. Lomax 

Verdery, H. C., Dau.ofS. L. Lonuix ... 
Verdery, S. ('., dau. ofS. L. Lonuix ... 

lU'lllon.S. C.,dau. of Vut^uslus L 

Bcllton, S C., dau. otS L. Lomax 

BcHrdsto\vn,T.nii , w.ofl. II. Ciidc .. 

-, 111., bus. of !•;. Lomax 

North Shields, Eng., dau. of Ke^.,lobn 

Fort Tobago, Va., dau. of.lolm 

Rockport, 111., dau. ofTbcupbilus 

Big Creek, N. C., w. of J , L. Sbuit 

Luiimx, III., H.of ll.il.iil 

Strang, Neb., N ol John II 

— — , Eng., Cambridge graduate 

All HolIowB, Eng. w. of J. l.ouuix 



NAME. 



Frieiuan, Mi 
Kn»st,.I(»cpl 
(iailey, A. C^. 
(iailey, Ai.u 
Gailey, Ain/ 
Gailey, Anil 
Galley, Asalifl I.uiiiax 

Givilfv, Augustus 

Gailey. lUioiia r'.iiolla... 

(iailey, Kl)eiie/..r 

(iuiley, Kbeiie/er (ieoii; 
Gailey, Florence Kiee . , 

Gailey, Georgia 

Gailuy, Hani.l 

(iailey, Haniet, \-iruini 

(iailey, .lames 

(iailey, Jaines Clayton . 

(iailey. Jennette 

(iailey, Jennette 

(iailey, John Fillmore. . 
(iailey, Joseph .Vbsaioii 
(iailey, Joseph Absalon 
(iailey, LauraDemariou 

(iailey, Liicien 

(iailey, Lucinda M ., . 
(iailey, Mart;aret Fliza. 
(iailey, Mars,'aret M. .. 

Gailey, Mary 

Gailey, Mary Catherine 

(iailey, Simpson S 

( iaili'y, Tennent 

Gailey, Warren 

(iailey, WllliuniTennen 

(ialen Loinax 

(ialliher, S 

(iunlner, James Hanlha 
(ianlner, Tims llowaril 

Gariiner, S. 1 

Ganette, Albert II 

Garrett, Dr. S A. 

(iarrett. Tommiel 

(iayle, K. H 

Gayle, Kd 

(ieorge l,omax 



I REMARKS. 

j Danville, Ky., husof N. Lorn; 



. Ki 



jf V. A. 1, 



about 


IS'w 


ula about 


IS 10 


abuu 


isii; 


e\v abou 


ISIJ 



ahoiil I.H.,., ... 
abo\it ISIO ... 
July •>(), IS'!'! . 
about lS.!(i .. 
Nov. J, \M4.. 
Feb. 2t). 18.">(j. . 
about ]K'I7 ... 
April ID, lS.-)0 
about 1H17 ... 
abou'. ISd ... 
about IAV> ... 
.Mareh II, 1 «:{.-. 
Feb 2.J, ISK) 

ibout ISll 

June «, 1S8(). ., 
lune IS, 1877.. 



;()et. It, Isr.H ... 

( )cl. I(i. ISliO . . 

Aut;. -'1. 1887. 
I Nov. 5, ISll, . 
'Sept 21, 181(1. 
■ in inranc,y... 



.Man 



29, 187 



(ieor-<' K.l'iar l-oma.v 
Geor-e Ki-lley l.oma.x 
Geori,'0 .M I,omax. lb 

George l; l,.,maT 

(ieor^'c Waireu l.onia 
(Jeor^e W, l.oiiiax . 
Geur-e W \ .1 !.or, 
(i.'orue \V. l.oma.N, C. 
(jeort'i; W. l.omax .... 



ibout I8-i:i . 

Mareh 20, 1811. Nov. II, ls(;i 

[ibout 188:{ 

about I8.t) ... 

Sept. I, l.s7i). , 

jsept. 2fi, 18,si.. July 2.'i, IKSii 

labout lS(i2 .. 

jabout bsV) .. 

about 1812 .. 
[about 18m .. 

about IxlO .. 
'about 181.') .. 
lalxnit .. 

about 1778 .... about If- 

about 18— .. 

April.-,, 1871 ..| 

|.\U!,'. :il, 187.-). lAu^'. 22, 18S0. 

I.Ian. 20. 1H70. ..| 

! Xut; s, IKlli .,! 

I'l-b 2i;. I.H7I . 



Lula, (ia, bus. of .M. K. l.omax 

, dau. of N. D. Loniax 

I Jonesboro, Ark., hus. of M. M. l.omax 

, Ark., s. of N. D. l.omax .. 

Clii<-a«o, 111., s. of J. D. Fomax 

l,ot;an, Ark., s. of M. ,M. l.omax 

l.ula. Ga , dau. of John F 

( 'raighead ( 'o.. Ark., bus. of J. D. Loniax 
Crak'head Co , .\rk., s.of.l.D. Fomax 

l.ula. (ia , dau. of John F 

IIabbershamCo.,(!la.,duu.ofJ D. Loniax 

Ikllton, (ia., w. of J. D. Loniax 

Ikllton, Grt., dau. of M. K. Lonuix.... 

— , Ark., hus. of N. D. Lomux 

Cross Co., Ark., s. of J. D. Lomax 

, dau of N . D. Lomax 

, dau of J. D. Lomax 

Lula, Ga , s. of >L K. Lomax 

Logan, Ark. s. of M. M. Lomax 

Craighead Co., Ark., s. of J. D. Lomax 
Logan, Ark., dau. of ^^ M. Lomax.... 

Logan, .\rk., .s. of M M. Lomax 

Kellton, (ia , dau. of M . K. Lomax.... 
Dickson, Ark , dau. of J. 1). Lomax.... 
Dickson, .\rk., dau. of N. D. Lomax .. 
, dau. of N. D. Lomax 



I, l.S.Vi. 
S, 18.)2 . 



Lula, (ia., dau. of John F 

Lula, Ga., s of John F 

Logan, Ark., k. of M. M, Lomax 

Logan, Ark., k. of .M . M. Lomax 

Logan, Ark., s. t)f J. D. Lonnix 

I'ocahontas, Ga., s. of John T., Esq ... 

Chicago, 111 , hus. of A E. Knox 

Centerpoint, .\rk. s of I . J. Lomax .. 
(.'entcrpolnt, Ark., .s of I J. Lomax . 
Centerpoint, Ark., 1st hus. of I.J. Lomax 

Bason, N. C, s. of M. J. Lomax 

IJason, N. C, hus. of M. Lomax 

, Miss., w. of T. J. Lomax... 

, Ala., hus. of S. Lomax ..., 

Vazoo, Co , .Miss , hus. of L. Lomax . . 

(doubtful] Eng., in (Jhancery 

Brightmet, Eug., Dyer, will proved.... 

Chicago, 111., s. of John -V 

Bellton, Ga., s. of Augustus -V 

Simsboro, La., s. of Hon. (ieorge M.... 

.Meridian, Tex., s of .lohn A 

Simsboro, La , s of Samuel W 

Cusiiman, Ark.s of WilUam 

Verdery.S C , s ofCaiU William A. 
(in envvood, S. C , s. < 



uel U. 



Abbe 



,f A I 



Abbeville, ri. C , s. of Col. Gi 



NAME. 

(ieorge W. I.oiniix 

(Ji'orye \V. l.oiuax 

Ueoi't^c W. l.oinax 

iJeorgiii Aim l.oiiiax 

(Jc()r!j;iiiiia M. l-omax ... 

Uertie Lofnu.x 

(:)ile.s, iMary E 

(Jlick, Ariel 

(ilick, Maran 

(ilic-k, Minnie Florence. 

Goaus, John IV 

(iol)i)le, Mary .\in.lia . . 
(iooilwlii, Andrew ('. II. 
(loodwln, Andrew 11 .. 

(loodwin, Avte () 

Ooudwin, Henjaniin ... 

Goodwin, Denei- . 

(Joodwln, Elizabetli — 

(iouilwin, Eliza M 

(iuodwin, Henry Areli 

Goodwin, Ida H 

Goodwin, 1 va 

Goodwin, Jacob 

Goodwin, Jacob Galvln 

Goodwin, James Fl 

Goodwin, James W 

Goodwin, Jesse 

Goodwin, Jesse F 

Goodwin, Jesse Lemon. 

(Joodwin, John II 

Goodwin, John T 

Gofxlwin. 1-ouie Ellie... 

Goodwin, Mary .\ 

Goodwin, Mary J 

Goodwin, Minnie Belle 
(ioodwinNancyCarolinc 
Goodwin, Rosa lirown .. 
Goodwin, Sarah Kulh .. 
Goodwin, Temperance C. 
Goodwin, Win. Josiah .. 

(lordon, John 

Graham, Elizabeth 

Graham, Mr 

Graves, Caiollne 

Graves, l^mma 

(i raves, .lohn Warren . .. 
Graves, Kate 



BORN. 



REMARKS. 



Graves, Maltie Iv.. 
Graves, Maltie l.oli- 

Grav<'3, IVbuy 

Grav.'S, UlehardFl. 

(?rav<'s, Mallle 

Graves, Dr. 'I'lioma 

Graves, Win. l.omi 



KU'J,. 13,1827 
Vpril (>, 1850 
Inne25, 186ti 
ibout 18-i:t .. 
about 17H2 , . 
Dec. 2(1, 18h:J. 
about la.'ii .. 
Feb. 12, IhTO. 
about 1851 .. 
May 10, 1S78 
about 18;« .. 
about 1812 . 
March 2.'., 188!l 
March 21, 181!) 
.Sept. 18, 1871., 
Nov. i), 1888... 
March 12, l>inr-> 
.Vpril 8, 1871 .. 
Nov. 8, 1872. .. 
Aug. 10, 1878.. 
Dec 21, 1880 . 
Oct. 24, 1882 . .. 
Feb 28, 18 1:! .. 
May 1, 1883 ... 
.Sept. 28, 1858.. 
Aug. 28, 1878 . 
Feb. 11, 1820... 
.lune 10, ISfKl.. 
Sei)t 2.5, 1880.. 
.May 20, 1817. .. 
Jan. 17. im; .. 
Sept. 8. 1885. .. 
April I, 1874... 
Oct. 22, 1801 
March 19, 1887 
June 10, 1851! 
Nov. 10, 
Sept. 15, 1880 
Jan. 8, 1856 . 
Vpril 28, 1851 
about 1799 
about 18: 
alxMit I7(i:t 
about 18i:l 
Feb. 8, 1881) 
Oct. 27, 1887 
March 8, 1881: 
Feb. 1, 1877 . 
Dee. 15, 1871. 
Dec. 20, 1881. 
iiboul 1811 
Sept. 10, 1881 

labont 1812 
about I 
.Inly 19, 



Sept. 1, 18H:5...| Abbeville, S.C, s. of Aaron 

Denlson, Tex., a. of ('apt. John 

Denison, Tex., s. of Samuel U 

, Kans., dau. of Osmond 



July 3, 1886 
.March 21, 1880. 



/uly 26, 1881 



March 2, 1803 



July 3, 1887.... 
March 2.3, 1818 




Childwiekbury, Eng., dau. of Joshua 
Algiers City, Ind., dau. of Gornelius . 
Waddell, N. C, w. of J. U. Farrington 
Carroll Co., Mo., s. of II A. Harrison. 
Carroll Co , Mo., bus. of HA. Hurrison 
Carroll Co., Mo., dau. of II. A. Harrison 
Dlek.son, .\rk.,2d bus. of M. E. Gailey 
Young'sCreek,ln(l.,w.ofUev.A.Lomax 
lialkan, Teiiii., .s. of .Viulrew 11 .... 

Italkau, Tenn , h. of S Cude 

lialkan, Tenn., b. of Andrew H 

Doniphan, Mo., s. of Wllllttin J.... 
Doniphan, Mo., dau. of William J. 
Taylorsville. Ky., dau. of N. J. Lomax 
TaylorsvlUe, Ky., dau. of N. J Lomax 

Conway, Ark , s. of William .1 

Balkan. Tenn., dau. of Andrew H... 
Doniphan, Mo , dau. of William J ... 
Wakeflel^, Ky., bus. of N. J Lomax 
Wakefield, Ky., a. of N J. Lomax ....I 

Conway, Ark., s. of S. Cude 

Taylorsville. Ky., s. of N. J. Lomax . .. 

Perry Co., Tenn., bus. of S. Cude 

Bakerville, Jenn., s. of S Cude 

Doniphan, Mo., s of William J 

Terry Co., Tenn, s of S. Cude 

Taylorsville, Ky., s. of N . J. Ixwnax.. 
Taylorsville, Ky., dau. of N. J Lomax 
Taylorsville, K;y.,dau. of N. J Lomax 

Hakerville, Tenn , dau. ofS. Cude 

Taylorsville, Ky., dau. of N. J. Loiiyix 
Heardstown, Tenn., dau. of 8. Cude 
Doniphan, Mo., dau., of William J 
Taylorsville, Ky., dau. of N. J. Lomai? 

, Mo., dau. of S. Cude 

Conway, Ark., a. of 8. Cude 

Perry Co., Tenn., hus. of N. Ixjmax — 

Dubois Co., Ind . w. of J. I-omax 

, Eng., hus. of J. Lomax 

Montgomery, Ala., dau. of H. Lomax 
Los Angeles, Cal., dau. of William L. . 

tlranby, Tex., a. of iM. F. Lomax 

Los .Vngeles, Cal., dau. of William L. . 
Los .Vngeles, Cal., dau. o( William L. . 
Los Angeles, Cal., dau. of William L. 
Graiiby, Tex., dau. of M. F. Lomax . . 
MonlgomiTy, Ala , <lau. of H. Lomax 
Graiiby, Tt-x., s. of M. F. Lunnix 
Muhtgoiin.-ry, Ala., dau. of H. Lomax 
Glenvlllc, Ala., huM. of H. Lomax .... 

iMiialii, Ala., H. o( H. Lomax 

Los Angulca, Cal., s. of 11. Lomux 



100 
127 
2J>f 
121 
99 
219 
103 
23.3 
233 
2.^3 
180 
193 
215 
215 
215 
219 
219 
227 
2f7 
219 

215 

219 
227 
227 
166 
227 
155 
151; 
219 

227 
227 
227 
246 
227 
221 
219 
227 
241 
219 
81 
1«0 

k; 

'2iC 
IKO 
212 
180 

ihi; 
im; 

24 z 
190 
242 
2(2 
135 



NAME. 


BOBN. 


DIED. 


1 REMARKS. 


™ 




Nov, 11, 188.5..! 


Los Angeles, Cal., s. of William L 

Kapperl, Tex., hus. of .M. K. Lomax , .. 


m 


Graves, liev. Willis K. . 


about I8.)7 ...1 


212 


tiniy, Catlu'iim- 


about l(i:!:i .. ; 


N'th Shields, Kug , w. ofUev J. I.omax 


5.1 


(.iray, Xancy 


about H-,S ...' 


.MeEwen. Tenn., w. of J. K. Brown 


Itl 


Greaves, Catlierlm- 


about 17(11 .. !auk. ;iO, 18:18. 


I'reston, En^., \v. of K. G. Eoniax 


H.' 


(ireaves. Tliomas, Ks.i 
("iieeii, .MaiJ,':iiitte ... 








about IKi7 ....' 


Cleveland, (>., 1st w. of J. H. Lomax .. 


IKI 


Qreeii, Thomas 


about IKL") 




17 u 








Ennis, Ireland, fa. of .M.Green 


IKI 


(Jrirtin. Katlieriiie 
Urirtin, Col. Samuel 


.March I.H, lUUI 
about 1(«S .... 








, fa. of Katherine 


111 


Urinishaw, .\(lain de ... 


about 1277 .. 




Clayton Hall, En-, s of Walter 


lit 


Orimsliaw, .\(laiii ile 


about 129.3 .... 




Clayton Hall, Kng., s. of Henry 


31 


Grimsliaw Ailain do 


about i:il5 




Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of Adam 

Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of Henry 


31 


(iriinsliaw, Ailam lie .. 


about lil2 .... 




;)4 


Grimsliaw. .\t;ues (le ... 


about l:i74 ... 




Clayton Hall, Eng., dau. of .\dam .... 


3,i 


Grimsliaw, .Mice 


about IJ19 .... 




Clayton Hall, Kng., dau. of Thomas. .. 


■Jf.i 


Grini^liaw , .Vudrew ... 
Grimsliaw, .\iuie 


about l.iH8 




Clayton Hall, Eng., s of John 


n> 


about l'il7 ... 




Clayton Hall, Eng., dau. of John 


:« 


Grimsliaw. .Mine 


about lotil .... 




Clayton Hall, Eng., dau. of Richard .. 


;{h 


Grimsliaw, \mie 


about I.VJ4 ... 




Clayton Hall. Eng., dau. of John 


17 


Grimsliaw. A line 


about l(i28 ... 


_ 


Clayton Hall, Kng., dau. of Nicholas.. 


51 


Grimsliaw. latlierine .. 


about lu;!! 




Clayton Hall, Kng., dau. of Nicholas.. 


.02 


Grimsliaw, Kli/.ubetli .. 


about 1 ")'.!) 




Clayton Hall, Eng., dau. of Hichiird. .. 


M 


Griiiisliuw Kll/.abelh ... 


about IlitO . . 




Clayton Hall, Eng., dau. of Nicholas . 


!..' 


(Jrimsliaw, i:ieaiu)r 


about hilii .. 





Clayton Hall, Eng., dau. of Nicholas.. 


1,1 


♦jlnmsliaw, Helen 


about llilO ... 




Clayton Hall, Eng., dau. of John 


.'1.1 


Giimshaw, Henry tie .. 
(irimshaw, ileiny ile . 
Grimsliaw, Henry de . 

Orimshaw. Henry 

Oriiushaw. Henry 






Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of Walter 

Clayton Hall, Eng., s.of .\dam 

Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of Adam 

Clayton Hall. Eng., s. of Robert 

Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of Henrj- 


.•n 


about I.fl7 ... 




:u 


about li r' 




:m 


about H(I7 . 


in 1007 


37 


Grimsliaw. Henry 


about 1.01 1 .. 




Clayton Hall, Eng., s.of Thomas 


37 


Grimsliaw Heur^ . ... 
(JrimsUaw. Henry 






Clayton Hall, Eng , s. of Richard 

Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of John 


3S 


about l.")t»2 ... 




•12 


(•rimsliuw . Hugh 


about nil ,,. 




Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of Robert 


3) 


Grimsliaw, Isabel 


about 1.021 .. 




Clayton Hall, Eng., dau. of Thomas .. 


39 


(irimshaw. Jane 


about U>i2 .... 




Clayton Hall, Eng , dau. of Nicholas.. 


.')0 


Grimsliaw, lohn de 


about i;{;.o .. 




Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of Adam 


30 


(irimshaw, John 


about 1.047 .... 


about 1.080 .... 


Clayt(5n Hall, Eng , s.of Richard 


•12 


Grimsliaw. John 


about 1.0)9 ... 




Clayton Hall, Eng , s. of I'.ichard 


3s 


Oiinishaw, John 


about KlU .. 


March 8, 1()(J2 . 


Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of Nicholas 


•I'.l 


(irimshaw . John 


about l(il2 ... 





Clayton Hall, Eng., s o! John 


.00 


(irimshaw. Kathcritie 


ibout IIM9 ... 





Clayton Hall, I'Jig., dau. of llciiiy 


:i', 


(irimshaw. .Mar^'aret . 


ibout I.OIKi .. 




Cla.Mon Hall, I^iig., dau of Jolin . . 


17 


(Jrlm^haM, Mart^arel ...' 


ibollt lll.'t .... 





Cla,\ Ion Hall, I'.lig , dau. of Nicholas , 


111 


(irimshaw .Mar.icry 


iboilt 1 m7 .... 





Cl.iMon Hall, I'm..:., dau. otKichard .. 


■.ix 


';rim-hau. .Mary 


ibout 1()2() ("la. \ toll Hall, Imik.. dau. ol' >; icholas .. 


m; 


1 irimshaw. .Mary | 


about Hill ... ! Clayton Hall, l-liig., dau. of John 


.Oli 


(irim-h iw, .Matilda de 


ibout i:UO ...1 ' Clayton Hall. Kn;,'., dau. of Henry .... 


31 


(irimshaw Nicholas 


I boil I M(i9 


Claylon Hall. Eng., s.of Henry 

Cla.\ ton Hall, Kng., s. ofTliomas 


;;ii 


• iiimshau, Nicholas ,. 


ibout 10l;l ,...! 


37 


(Jilmsh:.w Nicholas .. 


ibout 10,:t .. 1 


Cla.Mon Hall, ling., s. ofRlcliard 


.'i.s 


(irimshaw, Nicholas ,. ; 


).'l, hi. l-'WI . 1 March «, I(ill2 


Clavton Hall, l^ig., s. of John 


'Hi 


(irimshaw Nicholas 


tbout Kilij 


Clayton Hall. ICng., s. of Nicholas 

Clayton Hall I'^ng. s.of .John 


•ii; 


(irimshaw Nleli«jla« ' 


about lii'M 1 


w 


• 1 




1 







NAME 



Orimshaw, Ralph 

Grim^haw, Ralph 

Griin>,ha\v, Richard de 
Grimshaw, Itichard de. 
Grimshaw, Richard .. 
(irim.-.haw, Richard ... 
Grimshaw, R.icliard .. 
Grimshaw, Ricliard .... 

Grimsliaw, Robert 

Grimshaw, Robert 

(Jrimshaw, Siisaunah 
Grimshaw, Thomas .. 
Grimshaw, Thomas . . . . 
Grimshaw, Thomas . . . 
Grimshaw, Walter de 
Grimsliaw, Walter. . 
Grimshaw, William de 

Grundy, Ann 

Giinn, Anue 

Gwendalou K Lomax 

GwyiHi, Kli/.aheth 

(Jwyiin, Mr 

Gwyiiii. Sarah 

Gwyiinc. (Uiarl.s !■'.... 

(;wymii-, I'll.i 

GwyiMie. RoiKTt I'V.. . 

Iliiirsloii, .Xhiry 

Ualrstou, .Nancy 

Hairstoii, Rrtcr 

Hall, Aimr 

Hall, Kraii.is 

Hall, K.S.. 

llallii' W. Roma.x ... . 

Halstead, .lane 

llalstcad, Thomas ... 

Hamilton IVay Roma> 

Hammond, Addie I, 

Hammond, .\rthur .\I 

Hammond, i:d-ar R 

Hammond, .lanns ... 

Hammond, Ora .\licc 

Hami.son l.omax. . 

HaHco.l;, Rruc.ll.- ... 



about loij .. . 
about 15.V5 ... 
about l-Tr. ... 
al)*out i:!7:^ .. . 
about 14'JJ .. . 
about I'lOll ... 
about 1M«) .. 
bout UM ... 
bout UOI» ... 

about hil8 .. 

about ItioH .. . 

about H88 .. 
bout lOlJ ... 
bout 102(5 .. 

about lliol .. 

about im) .. 

about l/7!t .. 

about 1772 .. 

about 171U .. 

about 18^19 .. 

Dec. ;il, 11192. 

about hi()2 .. 

Dec. 10, Kiil.l. 

about ISli.! . 

about 1S.V. .. 

|.Marehll,18 

laboilt 1722 . 

iahout 1721) .. 
about hl'20 .. 



about 1575 
.after 1061., 



about 1727 
[about l.>i9 



lyoung 

Jan. 28, 17U. 



about lHO:i ... 
May II, 1KK2 . 
about 15110 . . 
about 1517 ... 
Nov. 28, 1h:V2. 
Nov. 10, 1878. 
Nov. 22, 1870 
■luly :{, iHH-t . . 
,\Mj,'. l:(, 18,'il 
April 5, 1,HH7. 



Sept. 11, 1882, 



HaneocU. .loMpli l.onn 

llancorU. \V. 1" 

Hannah Lomax 

Hannah l.oma.x 

Hannah l.onia.N 

Ha Romax 

Hannah Romax ... 

Hanniib Rom.ix 

Hannah t '. l.omax... 
Hannah iivwv Romax 



about 1718 . 
about 1750 , 
about 17.><) 
D.'c. 2:t, 1771 
aboul IS05 
about IHi;5 



,»et. I), \> 



Clayton Hall. Eng , s. of Thomas . 
Clayton Hall, Eng , s. of Richard. 
Clayton Hall Eng.. s. of Walter 
Clayton Hall, Eng., s of Adam ... 
Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of Henry ... 
Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of Thomas. 
Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of John . 
Clayton IFall. Eng., s. ol John . . , 
Clayton Hall, Eng,. s. of Henry , 
Clayton Hall, Eng., 
( hiylon Hall, Kn^ 
i laMoii Hall, Eng. 
Clayton Hall, Eng. 
Clayton Hall, Eng 



s. of Nicholas. ... 
dau. of Richard. 

s. of Henry 

s. of Nicholas ., 
s. of Nicholas . . 



Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of '■ 

Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of Henry 

Clayton Hall, Eng ,s. of Walter 

London, Eng., 1st w. of Dr. J. W. Lomax 
Stamford, Eng., 2d w. of Dr. \V. Lomax 
Clayton Hall, Eng., dau. of T. Romax, 
Richmond, Va., dau. of Katherine U.. 

, 2d bus ofK.CirilHn 

, dau, of K. Gritlln . . 

Mt. Airy, N. C , bus. of E. A. Short ... 
Turner, .\rl£., w. of J. R. Richardson. .. 

Ml, ,\iry, N. ('..s. of E, A.Slu>rt 

Abbeville, S ( '., w. of P. Hairston 

Abbeville, S. C , w. of W. Lomax 

Abbeville, S. C, la. of Nancy 

Sherburne, Eng., w. of K. Orimshaw ,, 

Sherburin", Eng , fa. of Anne 

, bus. of E. .\. Romax 

La Clede, Mo., b of H. C. Lomax 



Clayton Hall, Eng., w of A. (;rimshaw 

High Halstead, Eng., fa. of Jane 

Rockingham Co,, N. C., s. of Shadrach 

Raoli, Hid., dau. of M. Stout 

Raoli, Ind., s. of M. Stout 

I'aoli, Ind., s. of M. Stout 

Raoli, Ind., bus. of A. Stout 

I'aoli, Iiul, dau, of M. Stout 

Rum worth, l-".ng,, yoomaii, will proved 
W.ntworlh, N. C, dau. of M, J. 

Karrlng'...n 

Wenlworth, N. C., dai 

Farrlngton 

Wenlworth, N C , bus of M. J 

Karrington 

Rondon, Eng., marr T. Joni's 

Clilhlwickbury, Eng., dau. of Caleb , 

Ashton, i;ng , sis. of Rev. .lauu-s 

, Mo,, (iMH. of William 1'.. 



M, 



.Mare 
luly 



liar wool 


, El IK 


w. 


of Wlllian 


Loulsvill 


■, K.V-, 


dai 


.ofCyruH 


(»iant;r f 


>., lM(l 


d! 


11 of Will 


i:seon.lld 


o, Cal 


(la 


n.ot.M.el 



NAME. 



BORN. 



HanliiiKe, Mr jaboiit lUxS . . . 

Il:ii(ly. Hon.i. l.oniax .. LjunelKl, 1881. 
IIhiiIv, .Ihs. L.inicr. Sen ;.laii. li, \H-I7 . . 



Hardy, 
Hare. I 



as (ianibrcll 
Matilda ... 



Aug. 



I7L-1 .. 



11 17 



II 



Harmon. 'I'l 

Hariicd, Kur'licl 

llarptM-, Kk'tcher Kosler 
llai jicr, Flora Savanna li 
H;iri>er, (ieorge Ansel ... 

Haiper, Jobn H 

Hairiet Loiniix 

Harriet Melvina IjOma.x, 
Harriet Olive Loinax.... 
Harrington, Klizabeth .. 
Harrington, Elizabeth.!. 
Harrington, Sir Jotin — 
llurrington, Margaret .. 

Harrington, Sarali Y 

Harris, Lett iee 

Ilairison, Arthur G 

Harrison, Elwyn 

Harrison, F'rankie 

Harrison, Hester Ann . 
Harrison, LsaacPluininei 

Harrison, James .\ 

Harrison, James \V 

Harrison, John Thomas, 
Harri.',on, Margaret H. .. 

Harrison, Mary E 

Harvey J. Eoinax 

Haiighey, .\bel Loiiiax . 

Haiighey, Ann E 

I laughey, James 

Haughey, Eal)an 

Haughey, Jolin M 

Hawkins, W. Thomas 

Ilaydon, Mirabella 

Haydock, Simon 

Hayes, Mr 

Hay more, I-eiiu'iMa 

Haymore, Mary 

Heartsell, Garret 

Huartsell, luna Relle .... 
lleartKell, Sam. Claildlll.'- 

H.len Eomax 

Il.iidhv, S;.llle 

Ihiidrlcks, .Maria 

Hrnncsiaii, l.sahella 

Henry I.omax, Sen 

Henry Eomax, .Iiiii 

llenrv I.omax 



about 181).) 

'!)(•(!. 11, l,s-)2 .. 
I Dec. 10, IhS'J. .. 
|Feb. 21, 1880. . 
jNov. .S, 1887. .. 
labout 18,j!» .... 

.\ug. \i, 1814 . 

()ct. 11, 18o.'>. . 

t»ct. 19, 1881. . 
labout U70 .... 
labout 18.i!< . . 
labout H 15 ... 

!il)out W'M) .... 

Nov. 4. 18o8 ... 

about ](i)y .... 

April 20, 1887. 

Feb. 26, 1885. .. 

April 17, 1887. 

Sept. lU, 18.^.ti.. 

;\pril ly, 18(iU . 

about 183(1 .... 

July 5, 18(J.{ . .. 

Jan. 2, 18V,I ... 

May 7, 1877 .. 

March 25, 1801 

.Sept. 2.1, 1870 .. 

about 18:!2 .... 

al)oul IKili ..., 

about 1805 .... 

about I8:i8 .... 

about 18.'H 

about 18:« .... 

about Itil'J .... 

about l(i2ti ... 

about 178(i .... 

about 1852 ..., 

about 1805 ... 

about 1851 ... 

May 28, 188'.i. . 

June2:(, 1877 

about 1811 ... 

about I8'i2 .. 

alxmt 1810 .. 

about 1S21 ... 

[about 1.528 ... 

iabout ir).'.8 ... 

about Ifiill ... 

about 171:1 ... 

about I82(i ... 



REMARKS. 



1881 

ruly (i, 18,5ti 
.\.ug. 8, 18s:: 



\pril25, 1877 



Sept. 2, I88(i 



Oct. 11, 18tit;.. 
Sept. 29, 1870. 



■April 



Itipon, i:ii,g., bus. of I''.. Uyder 

Carlaiidvillc. Mi.<s , s. of E. P. Loinax. 
(iarlandvillc. Miss., .id bus. of E. F. 

I.omax ... 

Garland ville, .Miss , s. of E. P. Lomax. 

-- , Pa., w. ol\. Knight 

Abbeville, S. C, w. of Col. J. Eoniax... 
Hardy, .\rk., bus. ofM. .\. C. Eomax., 
Young's Creek, Tnd , w. of Z. Stout ... 

lielltoii, S. C , s. OfM. 10. Foster 

r.ellton,S. C, dau of .M. E. Foster 

Pel Hon, S. (",, s. ofM. E. Foster 

Pelltoii, S. C., bus. of .M. E. Foster 

(ileiui ville, .Via , dau of William, Esq. 
I'uion (irove. Mo., tlau. of Henry J .. . 

Stanberry. Mo., dau of Elijah H 

Hornby, Eng , dau. of Sir John 

Ileardstown. Tenii., w. of H. L. Cude .. 

Hornby, Eng., fa. i>f Elizabeth 

Hornby, Eng.. w. of T. Grimshaw 

Peardstowu, Tenn., w. of T J.Doherty 
London, Eng , w. of L. Lomax, Esq ... 

, Kan., s. of Isaac P 

Saline Co., Kan., s. of John T 

StatTord, Kan., dau. of James W 

Martin (.;o., Hid., dau. of 11. M. Charles 

, Kan., s. of U. .M. Charles . 

.Martin Co., Ind., bus. of K. M. Charles 
Martin Co., Ind., s. of 11. M. Charles. .. 
Martin Co., Ind., s. of K. ^L Charles. .. 
Canwell Co, .Mo , dau. of U. M. ("harles 
Martin Co., Ind , dau. of K. .M.Charles 
Strang. Neb , s of.lohn H 



Hamilton Ci 
Hamllloii C 
Hamilton C( 
Hamilton (' 



Ind. 
Ind. 
Ind 
Ind. 



of 10. Loniax ... 
u. of E. Lomax 
is. of E. Lomax 
of K. Lomax... 

Hamilton Co., Ind., s. of E. Lomax... 

Hall, 111., bus of ,M. A. Schneider 

London, Eng ,w.ofL. Lomax 

IIe.sandforth,Eng,,hus of A. Grimshaw 

, Ky., bus. of H. .\. Loniax. 

Mt Airy, N. ('., w. of A. M. Short 

Mt. ,\iry, N.C., w. of J. J. Short 

DeWitt, Mo., bus. ofM. H. Davis 

DeWitt, Mo , dau. of .M. S. J)avis 

DeWitt, Mo., s of M. S. Davis 

Clayton Hall, lOng , dau. of Thos. E.sij 

\Vaxaliocble,T(x. w. ofG. W. Lomax 

Marion, Ind., 2d w. of Dr. W. Lomax.. 

Kapides Parisli,La.,\v ofS L. Prownlee 

llici^blm.'l, Kng , fa. of Henry .... 

Prclgblmcl, lOng.. yeoman, will prov 

Hreigbtmel, lOn^'.. will pr(>v<(l 

H<ill(.n, lOng , Cbapnian, will proved 

llarwood. lOni,'., s. of W illiam 



BORN. 



REMARKS. 



U> 



I. on 



II. •my I.oinax 

Henry Loinax 

Ihnry Loncix 

I l<'iii-y ( '. l.oiiiax 

Iliriry II. Loniax 

lit'iiry I, l.oiiiax, l)r 

Uiiiry ,1. I...iriax 

Henry ,1. l.oniax, Ucv. . . 
ill iison, Marf^ari'l .1 ... 
llurhert Her.sclu'l l.oniax 
JlerlHTtlk-rscliL'l Lonia.x 

Hcrudon. Wright 

Ueskelh, Uoherl 

Hester, Ann Loniax 

Hey wuod, Kst licr 

I ley wood, John 

Ileywood, Kebeeca 

Iliatt, Uachel 

lliekey, Klizabetli 

I lieox, Leonard ( ! 

Hieox, I'aul Kr.skine. ... 

Hieox, rresl(;y (' 

fHcox, Walter .Scott 

Hieox, William Uoy 

Ilicox, /nla lOtliel 

HlKKins, I.Kal.ella 

lIlKlit, Nora 

Hildershain, Kev.Anlinr 
HUderKliani, U(,'V.Sarn . 

lllldershani, Sara 

mil, WilliuMi 

Iliiul<s, Uarnahas 

llind.s. Henry .. 

Hindes, .lames 

Hin<les, .John 

HIncR, -Vnu 10 

Hines, .Maria 

Hittle, Mary Alice 

I I i vely , Joseph 

H I vely, Sarah 

Holden, John 

Holden, Stephen 

Hollenger, Adam 

1 lollentier. .Josephine 

H<)llen^,'er, Lovitia 

Hollenger, Mary 

Hollenf,'er, .Matilda .. .. 

Holmden, .John 

Holmes, Harriet II . .. 

Holt, Israel 

Holt, Martha 

Holtsapple, (lias SmitI 
Holls.ipple, Ivslcllii .|:iii, 



'about Ih2i> ... 
'about 18^^) ... 
'about 1S,")1 ... 
labout 18V> ... 
j.run. II, 1S.S7 . 
Sept. 21, ISI!. 
Sept. 21 I.S.-,M. 
labont IH(K) .. 
|.\l)ril2'}, lS2!t 
about 1X17 ... 
about Im: 
Sept. 10, 18Uli. 
I Dec. 27, 1K79.. 
'about 1«1H ... 
about 1.JIM ... 
about 1788 ... 
about KJ.jf) ... 
about UHZ ... 
about ItWJ ... 
about 1781 .. 
about 18 li» .. 
March :((), 188 
Feb. 2.'), 188'J. . 
May 4, 18">(i... 
March 5, 188.5 
May 12, 188;J. . 
Nov. 8, IKS7 .. 

about IH.Y> ... 
about 1)82 ... 
about HK),) ... 

about mn ... 

about 1822 ... 
about 182.5 ... 
about 18.52 ... 
about 1818 ... 
ibout 18,50 ... 

Vprii 15,1811. 
about 1814 ... 
about 18;^ ... 
about 18()8 ... 
about 18 — .. . 
about 1.517 .... 
about 1192 .... 

bout 1H51 .... 

bout l'.SO .... 

about i878 

about 187ti 

ibout 1882 .... 
ibout l(i64 .... 
about 185(1 .. . 
ibout I7!).5 ... 
about 1818 .... 
Sept. 25, 1878.. 
luly 8, I87(. . 
ibout 1855 .... 



\l)ril 2(1, 18.51 



I lUii.x , Kn;;.. bro. 



f Samuel V 

i. of Abel 

llolcomb Hrook, Kn<,'., s of Henry .... 

Koekporl. Ill , s. of Tiiomas 

, Col., s.of J. D 

l.a Clede, .Mo., s. of I 'apt. John 

I iiioti (Jrove, .Mo., s. of H.nry J 

I .orulon. lOn^,'., s. of Dr. .lames W 

Slanl.erry, Mo., s of William T 

lliiu-Uley, Kns., s. of Kobert 

oran^'cville, Ind . w. ofS. A. Davis.. .. 

.MitcluU, Ind., .s. of Uiniskji 

Young's Creek, Ind.. s. of Abel 

.\bint,'ilon. 111., bus. of M Loinax 

Clayton Hall.Kng ,hus.(>f M.(iritnshaw 

Danville, Ky.. dan. of Thoma.s 

Harwood, Kng., w. of J. I.omax 

Urnestoii, Kng.. bus. of .M. (Irim.shaw. 
Crneston, Kn'^., dau. of M. (Jrimshaw. 

Danville. Ky., w. of E. Lomax 

N. Y. city, w. of T. B. I-omax 

Red Dodge, Mont., s. of .\. J. Domax .. 



Red Lodge, Mont., 
Red Dodge, Mont , 
Red Dodge, Mont.. 
Red Dodge, Mont 
Red Lodge, .Mont., 



s. of A. .1. Doinax .. 

bus. of A. J. Domax 

s. of A. J. Domax .. 

s. of .\. J^ Domax.. 

dau. of A.J. Domax 
.lack.sonburg. Did., w. of Rev. H. Royd 
Kirk's(!n.ve,Ala.,vv.of.Dl).Klrkpatrlck 
.\shby-d<;-la/ouch. Dug., fa. of Sara. .. 
West Kelton, Kng., s. of Rev. Arthur .. 

, Kng., dau. of Rev. .Vrthur. 

Bury, Mng., bus. t)f .\. Domax 

Klnderhook, 111., bus. of I", Domax 

KinderluH)k, III., s. of K. Donnix 

Kinderhook, 111., s. of K. Domax ,. 

Klnderhook, III., .s. of K. Domax 

.Mt. Airy, N. C., w. of N. P. Short 

ML .\iiy, N.C., w. of C. M. Short 

Richmond, Ind., w. of .\. D. Study 

.Monmouth, III., hns. of R. Pool 

— -, dau. of R. Bool. ... 



Craighley, Kng., bus. of A. Griinshaw. 

(;raighley, Kng , fa. of John 

Steadham, Ala , bus of K. Lomax 

Stead ham, Ala., dau. of K. Lomax 

Steadham, Ala., ilau.oflO. Domax 

St<'adham, Ala., dau. of K. Doma.x 

Steadham, Ala., ilau. of E. Domax 

Dondon, Kng., bus. of R. Lomax 

Simsboro, La., \v. of W. I'. Domax 

Laurins Co., S. « ' , la of .Martha 

Laurens Co, .S( '., 1st \v of. I .\ Lomax 
.Martin Co., Did , s of .M K Smllb... 
■Martin Co , ln<l .l.iii of M K. Smith 
.Martin Co.. Did ,lstliiis of .M.IO.Smlth 



NAME, 



REMARKS. 



Hdlscraw, Susan II 

llorner, Amu- 

Ilnni.T, Klizabi'tli . 
Homer. Kli/.abetli . 
Horner. Kli/.alietli . 

Horner, I, y ilia 

Horner, Kiissell ... 
Hortcnse li. I.<ni\a.\ 
Howard, Harriot A. 
Howanl, losepli ... 
Howard, laicinda K 

Howard, .Mary 

Howard, Nancy 

Howell, David 



Howell, Mary Franee.s . 

Howell, Kus.sell, Ksi| 

Hubbard, Caroline I, 

Hubl)ard. .lobn N 

Hubert 11. Loniax 

Hud.son, Li/./ie 

Hullsledler, I'Mlzabitli. . . 

Hullsledler, .lame.s 

Hullsledler, .Mar-aret Iv 
Hullstedl.T, .Mary .lane.. 

Hullsledler, IMioeba 

Hu-li l-oinax 

H.iK'be.s, .\nnie 

Hufc;lie.s, Ira H 

Hughes, Tlieodore 

HuKhey, Kebe.-ea 

HulleuKer, lUilli 

Hunter, Kllzabelli Mary 

Hunter, .lames 

Hunter, Mann Taf^e 

Hunter, 'Jaliaf< lo 

Hunter. Taliali lu 

Hunter. Dr. riioinas 1,... 

Idil »ell(! I, ax 

Dla Ue.ssie i.oniax 

Ida Jos.'phine l.oinax ... 

Ina Kula l.oniax 

Ira l.ouiax 

Jsaae l.oinax 

Isabel I.oniax 

Isadora I.omax 

Israel Loniax 

Ivy, .Marlba.I 

•laek.son, |a son] 

.liK^ksoii, l':il/.a ,1 

.laeUson, Kninia .\bliiie 

.lack son, .lames W 

.Jiiekson Tliomas Caleb . 

.laekHon, Waller <• 

JaeUhon, William .\lbert 



I line 7, 18.^)0. 
il>ont IH - .. 



about I7S7 
about Irt-'K 
Sei)t. I). ls:t^ 
abi>ut I7!lll 
about l.Mli 
about IhsO 
about 1S)7 
al)Out 17«S 
about ISltj 



bout l«ll 
l)Out 1K)7 



.\u'^. Ti, \»Ki. 



ibout \>^1 ... 
Nov. :W, I8(J9. 
about 1817 ... 
De<v 21, 1H7!). . 
about l,S.-.7 ... 
iilfout IKIW ... 



.May 17, ls:!(J 



Illy i:i, IH7!I 

<pt. •-', IH«'> 
bout I.H.-).i 
bout IH'JO . 
bout ISjO . 
bout IKII . 



.out IH'.7 ... 

.out lHi:i ... 

.out 17K:( ... 
about IHIU ... 
about l.H(»r) ... 
.lunelil), IHi;.'). 
( let. 10, 187!) . 
.\11H, I'J, I8(;i. 
.Ian. 'it, iKSd 
about 18.'.() ... 
about 1818 ... 
•lune'-'li. 182*,» 
• let. 2-_', lWi8 . 
Nov. 2--', I8.-.I. 
.\UH. II, lhH.S, 

.\ll^,^ 11', ISS8 . 

about ISM) .. 
Kill. -Jl), iKSIi. , 



Ml 



Llune8, 18KI. 
'Aut,'.2.8, lH8:i 

liM-b. IK, 18?;). 



at K; yrs 

Keb. -Jii, IS.SH. 



Abbeville, S. C , w. of W. W I,. Keller 
H<ardstown,Tenn , w of T. I,oinax... . 
lieardstown, 'IV^nn., w. ofj. l,oniax ... 

Mousetail, 'JViin., w.of.l. Lonuix 

Mousetail, Tenn., w. of, I. I.oniax 

lieaidstown, Tenn., w. of ,1. Loniax . ., 
Mousetail, Tenn., liu.s. of K. Loinax . .. 

Atlanta, Mo., dau of Alfred 

Varnaby, I. T., w. of A. W. I'ool 

, Ky., bus of .M. I.oniax... 

StraiiK, Neb , w of .1 H l.oinax 

Abin{,'don,Ill.. w.ofW.T. I.omax 

, Ky., w. of .J. I.omax 

Clayton Hall, Kiij,'., bus. of H. M. M. 



Sejfar . ... 
lylon Hall 



Kuf;., dau. of H. M. M. 



Cornwall, Kug., fa. of David 

Dranseville. Ind., dau. of I.. H. Davis. 
Orangeville, Ind., bus of L. H. Davis. 

()ran.i,'eCo., Ind., s of A. I.omax 

N. V. eity. w of,l. W. Collier 

Mearilslown, Tenn., mo. of Mary .lano. 
Hi-ardslown, Tenn., fa. of .Mary ,Iaiie. 

Linden, Tenn., w. of J T. Loniax 

lieardstown, T.nii , w. ofW. H. Cude. 
Terry Co., Tenu., 2d w. of,). I.omax... 

Hilton, l-;iiK., estat.' .set tied 

Wakelield, Ky., dau of K, A. I.omax. 

WaUelield, Ky., s. ol K. A. I.omax 

Wakelield, Ky., bus of K. A, l.oinax . 
Abbeville, S. C., w.of(i. W. I.omax ... 
.Marion, Ind , w of Dr. ,1. H K.T.sey .. 

, Va., dau. of Iv .M. I.oniax. 

, Va ,s. of i;. .M. 1 lax .... 

, Va., K. of i;. .M I.omax... 

Port Tobago, Va., bus. of K. M. I.omax 

, Va., s of I-. .M. I.omax.... 

, Va , s. of K. .M. I.omax .. .. 

Stanberry, Mo., dau. of Kli.jab H 

.Meridian, Tex , dau. of .lames T 

KocU Ci-eek, .\rk , dau. of diaries II... 
Meridian, Tex., dau ol .l:uii<s T 



Uollon, !•: 



ol , 



New 
llask 

Ml ' 

Ml. .i 

Ml. } 

.ML .' 

ML .1 

.\lt .> 

■ML y 



so, 1ml 

Tex., s 
1, .\rU, 

, N. C, 
, N, C., 
, N. ('., 
, N. ( ., 
, N. C , 
, N C. 
, N . C. 



, dau. of Alfred... 

f .lames A 

,-. ofW . I.omax ... 
ol N. !•; .Sbort .... 
. of, I IL. Sbort ... 
lu. of N. !•;. Sbort. 
us.of N. !■;. Sbort 

of N. 10. Sbort ... 

of N. K. Sbort ... 

of N !■;. Sbort ... 



NAME. 


BORN. 


DIED 


REMARKS. 


PAOE 


Jacob liOmsvx 


about mxi .. 


about IHM .... 


( Jreat Holtoii, Kng.. a^ent, estate settled 


11» 




about \HM 




Holton, i;nji.,shoiike<'per, estate settled 

Oiansxe ( o , Iiid , fa of \'iola 

Oraiij^e Co., I ml., w. of S. Lomax 

PiUswortli, Kng., s. of Uicliard 

Cambri(l{j:e, Kng., grad. of Cambridge. 


W 




ab.)ut IHIH ... 




%Y> 








','.'■>.-) 




about l.",77 .... 
about ItUO .... 


Dee. 1. lt)24 ... 


it 


James I.oinax 


5,-. 


James liOmux 


about 1(13-1 ... 




Breigbtmet, Kng., bus. of K. Heywood 


57 




about Kiiy ... 
about KKKi 


.about 1707 .... 


Sharpies, Kng., weaser, will proved . .. 


fin 




If) 


James liomax 


about 1(507 . 


about 1712 ... 


Holton, Kng., innkeeper, lets, adru 


r.9 


James Lomax 


about IOCS 

about 1()71 


about 17i:? .... 
abr>ut 171!) .... 


Hulton, Kng , weaver, will proved 

Hulton, Kng., yeoman, will proved 


fia 


James lA)max 


GO 




about l(i!t7 .... 


about 17IJ ... 


Little Lever, Kng., adm estate 

1 doubtful), Kng., in chancery 


fvt 




82 




about 17;l.'> ...^ 
in 17.'7 


ill 1772 


London, Kng., s. of Dr. William 

Clayton Hall, Kng , s. of Richard, Ks(j. 


Tf. 


James Lomax, Ksij 


Jan. 0, I7!»2.^.. 


ti'J 


James lyomax 


about 171.-. ... 


about 17!H) .... 


Horseley, Kug., farmer 


73 


James I,omax,.Seii 


about 17.-W .... 


Auf,'. «. isrj... 


Abbeville, S. (; .s. of William 


77 




about 17.V. .... 
about 175") — 


aliout 181)0 .... 
about 1772 .... 


Little Lever, Kug , manufacturer: 

London. Kng , s. ofDr. William 


71) 


James Lomax, Dr 


m 


James Lomax, Kev 


about 17.')<l .... 


about 1.S22 .. . 


Oraduate. Cambridge, Catherine ITall. 


TJ 


James Loiimx 


about 17,)(i 


about IS27 .. 


Little Lever, Kng , cotton manufact'r. 


7'J 


Jumes Lomax 


about 17.''>!( .. 


youn;,' 


London, ling , s. of Dr. James 


72 


James Lomax 


about nii") .. 


.ibout ISIO ... 


Tuitoii, I'.ng., yeoman, will proved 


8;t 


James l,omax, C:\\> 


about I7(ir, .... 


April l.''!, ISO,-).. 


Clayton Hall, I'Ing., s of .lames, Kscj... 


()!» 




about 177.t .... 
about 1777 .. 


Sf|it. li), 1SI« . 
about I8'22 ... 


Holton, I'ing., .st:h(X)l master 

Holton. I'liig. jcoman, will i>roved 


H(i 




H8 


James Lomax 


about 177!l .... 


about 1S21 .... 


(Inat Holton, Kng., weaver, will proved 


b'. 


James Lomax 


about. I7h_: .. 


about l,S27 .... 


Little Lever, Kng , will proved 


u; 


James Lomax 


ab.iut I7,S. .. 


iibout l,S.iO .. 


Holloa, lOng , publican, letldrs adm. .. 


Rl. 




about 17S. .... 
.Mayr,, 17S7.... 


aliout 1H7() .... 
.Sept. IK, l.S:r> 


SbH'kport, Kng , s. of Kev. James 

Abbeville, S. C, s. of James, Sen 


10' 


James Lomax, Col 


101 


I . I 


1 III I~IKI 


about 18:;.-) 

De<-. 1. 181.) ... 


Little Holton, I':iig ,aleseller, will proved 
HeariNlown, Tenn., s. of SamueL 


107 


James Lomax 


about I7!I7 ... 


IK 




about I7'(.S 


.Srpt. 11, IS(»2 .. 


London, I'.ng , s. of Dr .lames W 

Clayton I lall, Kng., s. of Hichard (J ... 


81 


James Lomax 


about I71IK ... 


82 


James Louiax, Ksq 


.\UK. !», IWIi. . 


.Vlarcli 2(i, 1K8( 


Clayton Hall, Kng , .s. of Itichard (J... 


ll:i 


James Lomax. 


about IWKi 




Bury, Kng., s. of John 


!).- 


James [^omax, l)r 


about \mi .... 




London, Kng., s. of Dr. James W 


ll« 






about 1H.V. .... 
.Si'pt., ihio 


Westleigh, laig., "silkweaver" 

Abbeville, S. C., s. of William 

.Mousitail, Tenn,, s. of.Iohii 


L'l 


James Lomax 


about ISU .... 
Dec. 1^7, IKIH . 
about lH2i ... 


r'l 




bM 






Danville, Ky ,.s.of Klijah 


)((1 


.lameH Lomax 


about IKLIt 




l'o(;ahontas, A rk . s. of riiomas 

Holton, Kng., .s. of James 


170 




about lK!i .... 




Hi; 


James Lomax 


about \H\2 .... 




Hollou, ICug., s. of Johnson 


100 


James Lomax 


about is;:! ... 


al IH years .. 


I'lkrCo., III., s. of Tliomas 


l:i'.i 


limes 1 omi \ 


about IHI7 




, 111., s. ol .lohn 


IVK 


James Lomax 


iM-b. 10, \Ku... 




Young's Creek, liiil , s. of L«?nlsford . 


lOi 




about l.H7ii 


.May lit, IK II.. 


.Meridian, '1V.\., s. of Israel 

.\bbcville, S. C., s. of Col. (i.Mirge W. .. 


VO 


James A . Lomax 


Oet. 'JO, IH-'O. . 


DO 


James Avery Lomax 


Ai.ril:;s, 181ti 


.Ian. 2.'., lKti2 .. 


.Meridian, Tex., sofTerrenee 


111 


JamesClare I/Oliiax ... 


.July 7, IKKI 


.Sept. 12, ISI.S 


La Cle<le, .Mo., s. of .lames W 

Hellion, (Ja s. ofAb.salom 


.►,| 


.lames DillaiiJ Lomax . .. 


about I71.S ... 


l.^.l 


J.imes Dii liose Limiax... 


July -l), UmI . 


.Ian. 21, lS,S.i . 


Abbeville, S. C., s. of Dr. Warren <;.. .. 


Ili2 


James 1). I ax, lOsc]. .. 


about IHl'O .... 




Salt Lake, L'lah.s. of Hobeit 


i:.,i 



NAME. 

.lariK's K l.om:ix 

.laiiifs Kufi.'Mr 1,1. max. 
.Imiius Kn^dciick Loiua 
laini's llaiuiltt^u I A)iu:t 

■ laiius llemy l.oiiiax... 
.laiii.s II. hoinax. \W\.. 

.laiiu- K. I.oinax 

.laiii.sT. l.oina.x 

.laiiirs 1'. Loiuax 

Jam.s Victor l.omax .. 
JalM.s WiltUilis l.ninax 
.laiiics Wf.slc-y l.nma.x 
.lames W.'slry I,,.ma<. . 
.la.p.fs Wisloy l.omax 
.lam.s Win. l.oinax, Col 
.laiiifs William l.oinax. 
.lam.s W. l.omax, In. . 

■ Ian.' l.omax 

.laiir l.omax 

.laiif l.omax 

.laiio l.<)ina.\ 

.lane Loniax 

Jane ('an)line l.omax . . 
.liiiii: Dillurd l.omax 
.lancT.iyl(H: l.omax . . 
.la^pcr l';wlM- l.omax. .. 

'ay C. I.om.ix 

.lean l';ii/.atMLIi L.omax . 

.Jt'dcriion, 'I'liomaB 

.kjinie Loiiiax 

Jennie F. l.omax 

.leniiie .Senora I .oinax . . 

.lesse l.omax 

.lesse l.oma.x 

.les.se l.omax 

.le.sse l.omax 

.Iisse .\ntlre\v l.omax .. 
.l«'ss(! Hoiiier l.omax .. . 

lesse Jame.s l.omax. .. 
.Icssi.' homax 

lessie <ieilni,l.> l.oinax. 
.lessi,. .Man. I l.omax .. 
.lessie .May l.omax 



j BORN. I DIED. 

'Feb. L'.', 1811,. I 

|July 7, 1S71 . July;U, IS7. 

about, l.s;r. .... aboul. lS(iH 

|abon(. l.siil ,..., 

jMayi"), IS.j!t.. ' 

jNov.2, ISIK ..1 

JD.'e. II, I« !.'.... I 

\u,u. \-2. IS.S7 

.Ian. Ii;, ls".l. 



.)< well, \l\ ii 
leu, 11. .\m,'i 
lewelt. i:ila 
Jeu.ll, l.oca 
Jewell, .Mai> 

.loiinna l.um; 
loe l,<ima\ 
loh.'iiiiiah I.. 



aboul. I.SKI .. 
.\lareli H, I.Sli) 
Maii'h Hi, 1S2 
.\|.iil 17, 1H,MI 
Del. S, IWIS... 
1Mb. L', ISOl .. 
.Nov. I'!, l.S.t7 . 

.\ut<. ir., \mt. 

Ian. 2!), lh.V!.. 



aboul i.sii;; ... 
.Ilily L'ti, 1«70 . 
aboul. I7'j:i ... 
about IMH ... 
aboul ISl(j .. 
Nov. Wi, IKIM. 
Kee. L', IK.i'.i . . 
.Sept. Ill, lH(i7. 
Jan. a, IH(i."> .. 
St'pt. S, ISH.>. . 



I.S7I . 
IhSJ 



Ian. 17, IH71J, 



Dee IK, lH".:i 
Mun-h 21, IK- 
Fob. -n, I.SfiO 
Jan. 2H, I8«7. 
.May 20, IKI7 
May 12, IKKI 



Uboul 1HK« .. 
Sept. 1, IK7.'). 

youii^i 

about 18.")1 .. 
about I.SIK .. 
Feb. i:i, l8K(i, 



Sept. II 
.Se|.l. I.", 



AU'r^. '>. lK(i.(. . 



REMARKS. 

.Vbbeville, S. ('., .s. of John W 

Hooiner, Mo., s. of J)r. William M 

I'oeabonUt.s, .\rk., s. of .John T., Esti... 
Simpson's Store, N. ('., .s. of Hainill. I'. 

, .Miss., s. of Alfred 

Halifax,Ens., s. of Dr. William J. ... 

I.inden. Tcnn., s. of lohn 

Meridian, Tec., s. of James A 

Linden, TcMin , s. of .lames 

.\bbeville, S. a, s. of James K 

.\ut,'usla,t;a., s. of JoluiC 

Mel':weii,Tenn., s of William 

Ilodt^es, S. <;., s.'of Samuel H 

La Clede, Mo., s. of ('apt. John 

Lowndesville, S. ( '., s. of William. Ks<i. 

Linden, Tenii , s. of James T 

London, KnR , s. of l>r. James 

Marston, Kiik., dau. of Dr. William . .. 

London, F.iiK'., dau. of Dr. .lames 

London, Knt;., dau. of Dr. William ... 
Cbildwickbury, I'^iiR., dau. of Joshua.. 
KocUport, 111., dau. of Thcopliilus . ... 
Young's Creek, Ind., dau. of Hon. Q,... 

Stanberry, .Mo., dau. of Elijah H 

Habbershiini Co , Oa., dau. of .\bsaloin 
Cincinnati, ()., <lau. of Maj. Mann 1'... 

Knox Co., Ill , s. of William T 

l.aCI.-de. .Mo., s. of Henry C 

— — , dau. of Alfred 

, Va , 2d bus. of M. Wayles. 

Lowndesville, S. V , dau. of Col. J. W.. 
Fredericksburg, Va., dau. of Dr. U. S.. 
hoi-kinghain (;o., N. <;., dau. of II. 1*.. 

Abbeville, H. (,'.. s. of William 

I'orl land, Mo., s. «)f .\sahel 

, O., s. of Robert 

Sardis, Mi.ss., s. of Aaron 

Cokesbury, H C., s. <M Peter 

MouseUiil, 'I'enn., s. of .John 

Meridian, Tex., s. of James ,\ 

.\lt,'icrs. City, Ind. dau. of Cornelius. .. 

Stanberry, .Mo. dau. of lOliJah 11. 

.\biii-don. III., dau. of John II 

IJalesville, Miss , dau. of Uev. Alex. A.. 

Cedar KapldH, la , dau. of Joseph 

Kilgerton, Kans , bus. of K. C Lomax 
ICdK'.rton, Kans., hu.->. of 11. C. Lomax. 
I'al^'erloii, Kans , dau. of U. C. Lomax 
Wuv.rly.Tenii., dau. of U.C. Lomax. 
WaviMiy,Teiin., w.ofW. 10. De Weese 
lOdgerton, Ivans., dan. of U C. Lomax 
Wav<rly, 'I'enn , .s of It. C. Lomax.., 

Dearborn, .Ml<h., dau. of Joseph 

I'leiieb LIek, Did., H. ofCyru.s 

London. Kir-.. <ljiu. of Dr. .hiliieH 



NAME. 



r-oiu:lx. ... 

I.oiiia.x .... 

Luiiia.x .... 

liOiuax 

1 IjOina.N . ... 
1 Loinax .... 
1 Loina.x, 1{( 
1 Lomax . . . 
1 I.omax ... 

1 Loiiuix 

1 l.oiiiax ... 
1 l.oinax ... 
I liOiiiax . . . 



Loinax 

I-oinax 

Loiuai 

Loinax 

liomax Ks(i 

Loinax 

Loinax .... 

Loiuiix 

Loniax 

Lt)inax . ... 

Loinax 

Loinax 

Loinax 

liOMiax 

lA>inax 

Lt)ina.\ 

Loinax 

Loiii 
Loin 



E.S., 



Lvinax 




Loinii X 




Loinax 








[iOinax, 


<'a|)t 


Loinax 




Loinax, 


lU-v 



A. Lon 
A. H. 1 

.\rtlii. 
Arlliii 
.\vtiy 
Ulaiirl 



BORN. 

;lLn>llt \rM) 
ibout l(j(l'2 
ibout 1(!01 
iboiUJdlil 
about Iti-U 
>iil l(i:il 
)iit liiM 



ibout Itil 
ibout !()•; 
luricil, 1 



iboiil l()S^ .. 



)Ut 17(i7. 
)Ut I77J. 
)Ut 17711. 



about. 1781 
about 17.S.'i 
about, 17.S!i 
about I7!i:! 



about I.SOI .. 
about ISd,", . 
about ISO., .. 
about I.S(M; .. 
about l.S<»M .. 
about \HV2 . 
Kib. 10, 1HI2. 
l<\b. IJ, IHlli 
ab()Ut 1820 .. 
about 1S.1."> .. 



Scpl.ti, l; 
Sept. II, 
about IK". 
March IC 



.out ISIK) .. 
ily II, iH.'li 
III. ;il, IH77 



it. lii, isti; 
lilt is:;7 , 



ibout 175(>. 
n infamo' 



bout 17(il. 
ibout 1H07. 
ibout I80.S. 

ouiit; 

■('ii'iK 



S.".S. 



ibout 1821. 
\UK. -I, 18(1.' 



.July I.''), 181!) 

.Srpl. li), 18(1 
about iKflll .. 
about |H,-.I .. 
about 18.">.! .. 
about I87.t .. 
I'Vb. 21, 1877. 
Feb. 2-1, 1H77. 



REMARKS. 



Kyo, F.iit; , s. of Lawnnt 

Harwood, Kuk., mar. Mary Fogg 

Sutlolk, Hoiford, Kiif?., s. of Lawrence. 
Harwood. Hut?., yeoman, will proved . 

.\iuswortli, l-:!!.^., will proved 

Holt(.n, l';nK 

North Shields, Kng., fa. of .lolin of Va. 
fainbrid.i^(!Kiaduate,l'embioke('ollc{<e 
(■ainbridf,'e •^'laduate, .lesus (.'olleLte.. . . 

Harwood, lliiji., s. of John 

North siiield.s, Kiifr., .><. of liev .lohn . 

l'ort'robat;o, Va., s. of Uev. .John 

fdoublfull I'luK., in *'haii('trry 

Hilton, lOnt; , will proved 

Harwood, F:n^'., s. of Uiehard 

Harwopti, F2ng., Yeoman, Will 

Fort Tobago, Va., s of John 

Holton, Eng., bio. of .\ dam 

Turton, Kng., Yeoman 

Dean, Kn<i;., Administration 

Molton, Kiif^., Calico I'rinU-r 

London, lOnj;., s. of Dr. James 

Clayton Hall, Kn^^, s. of James, Esq. .. 

Holton, Kng., bro. of .\rthur 

Dean, l-^UK., Farmer, Will proved 

Laiichashire, lOng , Grand fa. of Jolin A 

.\bl.eville, S. C., s. of James 

, Mo., s ofHamucl 

Halesowen, I'.nf?., H of llev. .Limes 

Holton, Fug., bro. of .\ditm 

Clayton Hall, KiiK., .s. of Itichard (3.. .. 

IJury, Knu;., s. of John 

N. Y. city. H. of lames 

linry, Kn^'., fa. of Itev. .lohn ,1 

Ilol lon, I '.iiK.." whitesmith." will proved 
Itollon, Isiig., "labonr," adminlstr'n.. 

, Ky., H. of Flljah 

.Joplin ('ity, Mo , s. of Theophilus 

Linn Co., Mo., s. ofThomas 

Hangor, Wales, Bootmaker 

<'heshire, F.iig., fa. of Joliu A 

I'ik.' Co., HI., .s. ofThomas 

Mouse-ail, Tenn.,s. of John 

Ilrooklleld, M(.., s. of Johnson 

L<,n<lou,N.W.,l':n!,'.,.'',7<;ol..st.,Islingl<m 

Uellton, Oa., s. of Augustus .\ 

N. V. lily, s...t Islias 

Clu'shire, laig , s. of Kev. .lolin 

Cblca-o, HI , s. of LawiVMce 

Sliaii-, Neb., s. ..I .lolm II 



M. 



W 



Loudon, N. W.. i:n- , .\rlist 

.Meridian. Te.\.. s of .lames A 

Claylnn Ibill laig., s ofThomas, i:s. 
■\,u\n-'s Creek, liMl.. s. ul I of la I In. Ii 
.\u>;u.sta, (ia., s. ol Col .lames W 



NAME. 


1 BORN. 


1 - DIED. 


REMARKS. 


RAM 


John riinwell I.omax... 
.lohn C'l'lsus I,onmx 


Jan IS 1H74 ' 


Linden Teun s. ofJame.sT 


•^ll- 


March G, 1.S70 . 




Boomer, Mo., s. of Dr. William M 


IW 


.loliii D. l.oiniiK 


Maivh 12. 1817 


April 15, 1818.. 


Abbeville, S. C, s. of Col. James 


IW 


.loliii Fdwiutl JiOm.ix .. 


June 4, IS7U.. 


March 4, 1882 . 


Krin, Tenn., s. of Josiah 


1'* 


.lolin iMlwnicis Loiiiax .. 


.March U'l. 17;rj 


July 9, 17.',5 ... 


Port Tobago, Va., s. of Ivunsford 


lit 


John KraiiUUn l.Dinax . 


ahoul 1«|:> 


' 


Uockport, III., 6. of John 


I'A 


John 11. I.omax, SiMi 

Jolm H. I.omax, J iin. .. 


Dl'l- If) \H''"' 




McFweii Tenn s of William . .. 


111' 


.Ian. 1, I.SMI .. 




Mcl-:\ven,Tenn.,s. of William H 


IttI 


J. Loniax ... 


about KSM 




Alderley FMsje, Eng , name in book .... 


lb. 




Ian 1 l.S,)7 




El Pa.sso, Tex , 8 of Benjamin 

, s of William T 


n» 


John TIenderson r.oniax 
J. H. Loinnx [Mltchfll] 

John Henry Lonuix 

John Ilenrv Loniax 




»r, 


about iss.i ... 






IK 




Memphis Tenn., s. of Jolin 11 


IKI 


Dec. 1 ', IHcn. . 




Young's Creek, lud., s of Bev. Alfred. 


19' 


John Ileurv I.omax 


Jan. :t, l!s;5 ... 




McEwen, Tenn., s. of James W 


201 


John .lacob Loniax 

.lohn Jos. Lomax, llev.. 
John Russell Lomax 


Feb. 21, lK.i-1 .. 
about IS-iO .... 
Feb 2'i, IHU . 






HI 


Aug.. 1888. ... 
in 1814 




17', 


Cedar Creek, Tenn., s. of Andrew 


147 


John H Loman 


Feb. 8, 1857 . . . 
May 2"), iH.i'i 




Abbeville, s.c.,s. of John W 

Linden, Tenn , s. of John 


2:11 


John U. Lomax 


187 


John (inUitIn Lomax — 


Dec. 2ti, Istil. . 


May 7, 18(i(i.... 


Young's <'reek, Ind., s. of Jonathan ... 


llii 


John T. Loniax 


May IK, IK.")!) 


about 1872 .... 


Bellton, (Ja., s. of (i. W. A. J 


217 




March,-,, iw;.! 
t)ct. ,T 1K77 ... 
abont 18:W .. 




Mousetail Tenn., s. of, lohn 


IK7 


John T. Loniax 

John Talbott Lomax ... 




I a Clede Mo s of Henry C 


•HM 


yoilli!,' 


Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of Thomas, Esq. 


U7 


Jolm T, Lomax, Judge .. 


Jan. ly, 1781. . 


Oct. 1, 18()2... 


Fredericksburg, Va., s. of Maj. Thomas 


IX 


Jolin Taylop Loniax 


Feb. 2, 181:; ... 


June, I8ii:j 


Demopolls, Ala., s. of Judge John T .. 


12^ 


John Tuyloe I,omux .... 


Oct. .3, 184.-, .. 


about 1888 .... 


Portland. Ore., s. of John T 


12)1 


John Thos. Lomax, Ks(j 
John Tiemblo Lomax . 


•Jan U 18)1 




I'ocahontas Ark s of .lames . 


?!' 


Jan. 7, I.S72 ... 




Young's Creek, Ind , s. of Wellington. 


1*- 


John W. Lomax 


before 1800... 




Randolph Co., N. C, s. of Hannah 


8h 




about 18.!i 




Pocahonlas, Ark., s. of Thomas 

, Mo., s. of ("apt. John 


IS 


John W Lomax 


.\iif?, (;, 18')0 . . 


Feb., 18C2 


121 




Dec. 1.3, 18r,:{. 
Deo. 21, isio . 
July2I, 1872 . 
about 1818 .... 




Abingdon, 111., h. of Elijah 

Abbeville, H. C, s. of Col. (ieorge W.... 

Cuslimaii, Ark., s. of William 

.Montgomery, Ala., s. of (Jeorge W 

Bolton, Eng , bro. of A rtliur 


2'2 


John M'lllis Lomax 




12 






•Hr 


J. William Lomax 


21 




about 1771 .... 
about 1807 ... 
abont 181(i .. 


al>out 186.} .... 
Junes. 1807... 
a^ed 10 


H- 




Bolton, lOng., s. of Arthur 

Bolton, Eng., s. of John-son 


11! 


Johnson Lomax 


Ill 




aixnit iHiil 


May •i.O, 18.89 .. 


Bolton l'"iig s of .. 


'.'h 


Johnson, C'lissU- 


June 2.-., IM(;2 . 


J)oiiil,han, Mo., w. of W. S. Doherty... 


221 


Johnson. I';mma 


al>i>nl isiil ... 




Lawrence (•<,., Ind., w. of W. A. Charles 


20: 


Johii'.t.>n, .laiif 


about is:,.-, .... 




Frcderlcksburg.Va., w. of R. Johnstone 


8t- 


Johtislonf, Julia 


about IS(u ... 




Union (Jrove, Mo., w. of R. M. Lomax . 


217 


Jolinstoiio. .Maltha . 


about I7SI) .... 




Fn'.lerlcUsbnrg,\'a., w. of T. L. Lomax 


8.^ 


Johnstone, I{ol)crt 


about 17.->-. .... 




Fredericksburg. Va., fa. of Martha .... 


8s 


.Jonathan Lomax 


Deed, 1779 .. 


!)('(!. (i, isiti 


Young's Crerk, Ind., s. of William I'... 


8i 


•Jonathan Lomax 


Feb. 10, 1829 . 


Sept. IH, IS7:,. 


Young's Creek, Ind., s. of IIoii. l^ulntln 


llii 


Jonathan Lomax 


Jnni' II, lKi7. 




Young's ( 'reek, Ind., s. of lOsscx 


121 


.Jonathan L ix 


N..V. |:l, lsii2 




'l-ouii'.i's Creek, lud., s. of Lelitsford . . . 


111" 


Jonathan Ditto Lomax 


Feb 29, IHikl . 




Cob, rado Springs. Colo., s. of \S'm. 1'... 


21'. 


.lonathjin otto Loiiin \ 


-^epl. 1, Ih7.-, . 




VounKS Cre.k, Ind., h. of Wellington . 


IK- 


Jones, .V.hilln.- 


alioul 1M2II .. 




, Miss., w. of.l. Lomax 


iry 


Jonos, John I'aul .. 


about 1810 .... 


about ].m .... 


Hellton, (ia., bus. of N. E. Lomax 


1117 








.Marlon, Ind., 2d w. of A. Lomax 


lf,^ 











NAME. 


BORN. 


DIED. 


REMARKS. 


P»OE 


Jones Mr 


about 18H 




Edsefield. S. C. hus of >L Lomax .... 

London, Eng, s otH. Lomax 

Mar.ston, Eng., s. ol Dr William 

Dean, Eng , weaver, administration .. 
Little Lever, Eng , cotton manufact'r. 
Great JSolton, Eng.. yeoman, will pr'd 
(".rand Rapids, Mich , s. of Hon. Abel 

.Vbbeville, S. ('., s. of Col. Jaine.s 

Cedar Creek, Tenn., s. ol John 


210 




about 1746 




75 




about 17.S7 




6ti 


Joseph Loniax 

Joseph Lomax 

Joseph Lomax 


about 1767 

about 1782 — 
about 1794 .... 
Dec. 10, \m 
about 1K26 .... 
Sept. 6. 1«27. .. 
about 18.(7 .... 


about 1812 .... 
about 1827 .... 
about 18:!'.) .... 

if?/!.. 

young 

March, 186!. .. 


m 

99 
109 


V Joseph Lojiiax 


Itl 


Joseph Lomax 


101 




101 


Joseph Loniax 


Benrdstown, Tenn , s. of James 

Young's Creek, Ind., s. of Cyrus 

Linden, Tenn.. s. of James T 


110 




1»1 




Dec. •-•1,1872.. 




208 




220 


Joseph Abel Loraax 

Joseph Alex. Lomax — 
Joseph I). Loniax, Dr.. 

Joseph Klfe Lomax 

Joseph Vord Lomax 

Joseph ilenry Lomax .. 
Joseph Marlon Lomax .. 
Joseph Wllhurn Lomax 

Josephine Loniax 

Josephine i;. Loniax. ... 

Joseplius Lomax 

JosephuH Lomax 

Joslah Lomax 

Joslfth Lomax 

Joslah Lolly Lomax 


AuK Jl, 18—. 




Cedar Uapidn, In., s. of .Joseph 

Uatcsville, Mi,s.s , s. ol Kev. Alex. .\. .. 

Troy, N. Y.,h. of John 

LaClede Mo s. of Henry c; 


121 




170 


April 4, 182!I .. 
March Xi, 187!) 
Sept. 21, 1868 . 
Sept 9 I87.t 


Nov. 2, 18HI. .. 


166 


Rock Creek. Ark., s. ofCharleflH 

Erin, Tenn , s olMosiah , 

McEwen, Tenn., s. of James W 

Mousetall, Tenn., s. of John 

Eayettevllle, .Vrk , dau. of TheopJillna 

Al>l)evllle, S. C , dau f)f Samuel T{ 

Spencer Co , Ky., s of Hon. (.iutnll n . 
Wakcticlil, Ky . s. of tjulntln 


177 
185 


Dec. 25, 186.i. . 
May I'J I8(i5 




2V1 
152 


May 17, 1868 . 




171 

2ia 


Sept. i», IKM) . 
Sc-pL. 2;i, I8K! . 
about 1787 .... 
.luno 10, 1811. 
Nov, 21, 1S82.. 


Jan. l.i, 18,H| . 

about lw;( .. 
.\pril l<J, 1KS7 . 
.luly 1, 188.1 . .. 


lit 
2J( 


Duck River. Tenn., s. of Samuel 

Erin. Term , s. of William 

Siiu.sboro, La., s. of William P .. 


10,^ 

If)5 

228 

;i2 


Joshua Lomax, Esq 


about 1621 ... 
about I()r)7 


aljout 16.85 .... 


Cliildwickbuiy, lOng 

CliildwicUbury, Eng., s. of Joshua 

llarwood, Eng., s of Johu 

Chlldwickbury, Eug., s. of Joshua 

(>xit)r(l t'laduate, Itrazen Nose College 

Loudon, Eng , mar. D. Freeman 

Cliildwickbury, Eng., h. of Caleb 

Cliildwlckljury, Eng , s. of Jt)shua, Es(|. 
Erederick.sburg,Va ,dau of MaJ.Thos. 

, Va., dau ol Mu| Mann 1'. 

Abbeville. S. C., dau «f William 

Ilodge.s, S. C , dau. of Samuel R 

Nam pa, Idalio, dau. of Asahel 

.Mound City, Kans., h of Hon. Ciulniin 
iMoiilgonury. .\la.. s. of U. W Lomax 

ruoll, Iiul., hus. of .M . .1. Lomax 

AI)iiig.ton, HI., hus. of R. J. Pool 

l.owndcsvllle, S. ('., dau. of Col. Jan.W. 
Erederickshurg, Va., dau. of Dr. H S. 

London, i:ng., dau. of Dr. Jatuea 

London, ling , dau. of Dr. James 

HaBkell,Tex . dau. ol Richard C 

Rockport, III., w ol r. Schneider 

Ablievlllo.S C.w ofCapt.W.A Lomux 
Hlcndbam, Ala., dau of A Loiiimx... 
Abbeville, S. (\, s. of William W L,. 


60 
5K 




about 167(t .... 
al>out 1670 ... 
about 1675 


Sail.N JKMIO .... 

in Irilancy... 


1.^ 




58 




6( 










Joshua liOniax, Ehij 

Joshua Lomax, E.sq 

Judith Lomax 


alH)Ut 175.i .... 
about 1780 




77 


Sept. 2j>, 1771.. 


.lune lit, 1828.. 


7: 
lo; 




about 181.t .... 




vu 


■Julia Elvira Lomax 

Juliet P. Lomax 

.luntns Lomax 






111 


about I8,j| .... 
.Ian. 15, IKtI... 
about 1818 




221 

181 


J Wllllaffl Lomax 


21." 


Kaiu" () 1* 


about 1856 




2v; 


Karr, Uohert 

ICale .M(:(iri't;or Lomax.. 


about 182.i .. 
about 1860 ... 


.May 1, l.'^Ol... 


21' 
177 


Kathorine Lomax 

Kalherlne Lomax 


about 1762 .... 
about 176M .... 
about 18K7 


yoi'iig 


72 
7: 


Kalherlne Lomax 




m 


Keith, LoUa 


March 2. 18.18 




I'X 


KelhT, AnKclIno 

Keller, .\nn Coxo 

Keller, (hurles Wesley.. 


IV 


Auk., 1WI:1 .... 
May 7, I8!K).... 

















NAME. 

, Itavid ... 
, Diiviil M: 
Duvid \V 



REMARKS. 



'May L'l 1S(,7 
ll'VI. I.-,, IS 10 
Mboiil ISli . 



!(i 



I.T, 1 1. 'my I 

ler, l-;uii' .\l 

W T. I-aac \. 

ler. ./allies 

k'l, .hiiiics Kdwiii 
velltir, Dr. .lume.s \V 
Mller. ,l.,lin .Iiict)lL> . 
eller, .lohn I'iiul... 

■ Ik-r, .lulia Icla ... 

■ IUt, l.iz/le Knima 

l'l ler, Lizzie .M 

filer, [,(.)ui.sM Keiiect 
I'ller, l.iieieii W'allei 
c'ile)', .Mai-y Kmina . 
• Her, .Mary Ireiia .. 
eller. .Mary .lulia... 
filer, .Mary Sii.san.. 
eller, .Mary Sue .... 
eller. Minnie 

\ellur, Nancy .\(ina. 

V eller, Nancy Ann ]■; 
ellor. Nancy Kvalin 
eller, Sarah I'^melin 

eller, Susan 

eller, Kev. 'Il.omas . 

Celler, William Isaac 
eller, \Sin. W . I.i.ii 
eller, Win. W. Loii 

elley, l>r. (ieorge 

elley,.I()die 

Ceuip Loniax 

Cendall, Hattie I'earl 
eiulall, Minnie Kalt 
endall, Tlionias 

venedy II. Loniax .. . . 
iey, Anna Mary .. 
,ey, Conslan. Lon 
iey. Dr-IaniesUro 



.I'Apr 



l''eh 



.v., Rs 



rscy, .loscpli 
isey. Lily li. 
rscy, Mary 1 
rscy. Dr. Sill 
rscy, Will.a. 
>, llorlcnse 

> s, W 

It;, .Miiiah . 
!■', llarlcN I- 



Nov ID, l.sTI 
-May 7, lS7ti . 
.May 10, I8SI. 
.May I, iHLi 
May 2!», lH8.! 
Feb. I, IK72 . 
about. lK(l;i .. 
Nov, ]'2, IK7S 
.luly-2, I8:i7 
.Inly 1, 1H7() , 
(It L. I, ISIII.. 



I''cl.. LN. IS III 
.luiie'-'S, IS77. 
:\lay (I. ISI7... 
.Xpril H, IS.Sh 
iiboiu LSIil ... 
about IK.'.S .. 
;ibouL iHi;;) ... 
July 1"), l8St) . 
Aufr. -'•J. 1SS4 . 
net Hi, iHllt. . 
iboul I.S.'m ,.. 



iboul 181(1 ,, 
iboul 18.")<) .. 
Ian. IS, 1818. 
M:ty L'7, lS.s;!, 
Ian. :!, 1S77.. 



Dec. 5, IssS 



Abbeville, S, C 
Suwanec, Kla , 



.M.beville, S, C 
Abbeville, S (', 
Suwaiiee, l''la , 
-^leadbani, .\ la 
.\bbeville,S. C 
.\bbeville. S C. 
Abbeville, S('. 
Ko^ers, .\rU., s. 



bus of N. Lomax... 
;. ol William W. L .. 
, s of Dr. .lumcH \V . 

s. ol N. Lomax 

w o( .1 W. Lomax. 

w, (jIS. U Lamax,, 

s (,i William W, L, 

s. ol N , Lomax 

V ol William W. L,.. 

bus, of.V. Lomax... 
.s. ol Dr. Janes W... 

s of N. Lomax 

bus of C Lomax... 
)! !•;. It. Lomax 



ImI). I, 



.about 180) .. 
, .'sept. 'J.i, 1.8,8.1 
..'.Ian. 'Js. l,s.S.-> 
..'aboiil 1812 .. 



Abbeville, S. ( '., dan. of William W. L. 
.\bbeville, S. ('., dau. of Dr. .lames AV. 

Hosiers, ArU., dau. ol E. 11. Lomax 

■Mibeville, S. (;., dau. of Dr. .James W. 

I Abbeville, S. (;.,s of Wm. W. L 

Suwanee, Kla., dau. of William W. L.. 
Holers, Ark , dau. of K. I{. I-oijiax .... 
Abbeville, S. ('., dau. of N. L«)m;ix.... 
Abtieville, S. (;., dau. ol William W. L. 
Abbeville, S (' , dau. of Dr. .lames W. 

.Steadbam, .\la , w . of '1". Lomax 

Suwanee, l-'la., dau. of Wm. W. L. . . 
.\bbev-ille, S C, dau.olN. Lomax ... 
.\bboville, S. ('.. tlau of Dr. .lames W. 
.Mibeville. S. (• , dau of N. Lomax.... 
.Xbbcvllle.S. C, dau of N. Lomax.... 

Kof^ers, Ark., bus. of )•;. K. Lomax 

.Mibeville, S. ('., s. of Dr. .lames W 

, s. of N. Lomax 

, s. of William W. L 

Iiedell. 'I'ex., 2d bus. of I). liOniax 

Houston, 'I'ex., w. of K. 15. Lomax 

I''rencb Lick, Ind. s. of Cyrus 

Wakefield, Ky., dau. of. S. M. Lomax.. 
Waketield, Ky., dau. of S. M. Lomax.. 
Wakefield, iCy., bus. ofS. M. Lomax.. 
Crystal Springs, .Miss., s. of Tillman. .. 

.Marion, Ind , dau. of .Joliu .V., lOst] 

Valparaiso, I ml., s. of .M, Lomax 

.Marion, Ind., s. of .\I Lomax 

.Marion, Ind., s. of M. Lomax 

Marion, Ind., dau of Dr. .lames B 

1, I.^SI M.irion, hid., d.iii of Dr. , lames \i 

Marion, Ind., dau of Dr. .lames \l 

Valpaiaiso, Ind., Isl bus. of .M. Lomax 

.Marion, Ind., s. of .lobn II. , ICstj 

llraii^'cvillc, Ind., w, .if'l". /. Davis .... 

Kipnn, L.n- , bus. of A (Irlmsliaw 

I ainplM II IT., bus of I.A.lv I'ldmonds 
lainpb. II I. T , s. of 1. A. I'',. L.dmonds 
lainplirli, l.l'., dau.ol LA.I'MMliiiouds 
It.'iirord la., w. of N. L Lomax 







INDEX. 




NAME 


1 BORN, 


1 DIED. 


REMARKS. 


Kirkinan, Kinma Ktbel, 
KiiUuiaii, Dr. Julien .\.. 
Kirkuian, I-udolph (;. . 
Kiikpatrick, .lauu'S 1). . 
Kirkpalrick, .lobu A .. 
Kiikpatrick, l.fua olive 
Kii-kpatiitk, Mary A. E 

Kirki)atrick, \V. E 

Kriit,'lit, .\bcl 

Kiiif^lit Harali 


Nov. 2\, 1S81 . 




Cabord, Tex., daii. of .M. K. .\rmfield .. 
Cabool. Tex., bus. of M. K. Armneld .. 

Tabool, Tex., s. of M, K. Armtield 

Kirk's (irove, Ala., s. ol S. A. Uayburn 
Kirk's drove. .\la.,s. ofS. .\. Kayburu 
Kirk's (irove, Ala. ,dau of S..\.Ua.\ burn 
Kirk's(irove,.\la..dau.()f.>^.A.IUiyburn 
Kirk'sOrove,.\la., hus.of H.A.Kay burn 

(iuilfoid Co., N. C, fa. of. Sarah 

Orange Co., Ind., w. of Wm. 1'. Lomax 

Chicago. 111., dau. of E. Lomax 

Bureau Co., III., hus.of 10. Ijomax 

, dau of E Lomax 


Oct. 17, 1K«:{ . 




March i), LSo;! 
Dec. l.i, 1K.VL . 
.Ian. 4, 1H81 ... 
•luue ,i!, 1S")7 
about 18-iO ... 


Oct. 8, I8.'>6 

Sept. ai, 1881 


Aug. 1», 1749 . 
about IK 17 ... 
ab(jut 1809 




Knox, Ann Eliza 




Knox lijMlia M 


about 1811 




Kiiox.Saniantha 

Ladil Amos 


about IKHt .. 
about 1678 




Bureau ("() , HI., dau. of E Lomax 

IlenricoCo , Va , .s. of Noble 

Marion, Ind., w. of Hon. .\ . Lomax... 
Lower Ncjrfolk Co., Va., fa. of Araos. .. 
Williamsburg, Ind., fa. of Ellzal>eth S. 
, N. C. fa. of Joseph, Esq . .. 


Ladil, Elizabeth Hmith. 
Ladd John 


March I, 1787 
about 1618 


May 13, 18.V! . 


Ladd, .Tosepe, Ksn 

I,add, Noble 


about J76S .... 
abuot 1738 .... 




■The Ladd F 
about IKfO .... 
about IKII 


aiuily " 


La Fayette Eoinax 

r.aiii William 


St loseph Mo fa of Moses 


Ash (irove, Mo., bus. of E. Mwk 

New York city, w. of.l. B. Mitchell .;. 


Lake, Oeor^ia 


about I8.'^p7 








Lane, Susan 

Launston Mr. 


about IHI8 .... 
about 18.'^I .... 
.Ian. 22, I8.i«. . 
April 15,188;).. 


.luly 7, 1888.... 


Chiirlolte, N, C., w. of 11. L.Farringtoii 

I'aoli, Ind.hus. of B J.Lomax 

Escondido, Cal ,s of Hon. liuiutin.... 

Linden, Tenn., s. of .lames T 

Brooklield, Mo , dau. of Capt. John.... 

.\bingdoa, 111., dau. of Elijali 

Bolton, lOiig , fa. of Lawriuil 

Eye, i;iiK., s. of Laurent. 

Eye, Eng., fa of Lawrent 


Laniska Loma.\ 

Lariniore Eoinax 




Nov., 18.j'J .... 
about H27 .... 


Dec. 1, 18.59... 




I.awreul I.oniax 

Eawn-nt Lomax 


about am .... 

about llii.t 

about ir,26 .... 
about 1558 .... 
about 158<) .... 
about ir.lll .... 
about 160«i .... 








Lawrence Lomax 

Ijiwreuce Lomax 


Suffolk, Eng , bus of E. IMumb 

Eye, Eng., s. of Lawrent "... 


Lawrence Lomax 


about leoti .... 




SuHolk, Eng., s. of Ijiwrence 

Ainsworth, Eng 

Eye, Eng .- 

St. Clemcnis Danes, Eng., married 
L. Harris 


Lawrence Lomax 

lijiwr. lA>niax [doubtful | 
liawreiHH' Loma.K 


about 1616 .... 
about 16.t8 .... 
• ibout 1615 .... 

ibout 1617 .... 
iboul l(i.V2 .... 
ibout 1K()2 ... 
ibout l(iS)7 .... 
iboiil, I7'_7 .... 
ibout 1 \'S7 


about 16'.t7 .... 
ibout I6!r7 .... 


Lawrcn.e l,omax 

Lawr.n.c Lomax 

Lawn'iicc l,omax 

l^iwrm.-e 

Lawrciuc, Susauimb 

Laurens Lomal/, 


Eye, lOng., married M. Hayden 

Ainsworth, I'.ng , Letters adm 

Bury, Eng , s of John 

SI. .\li)aiis, I-'.iig., fa. of .Susannah 

SI. .\lbans, l';ng., Jd w. olC Lomax . . 

l!olt<;ii, Isiig 

Bolloii, I'.rig., w. of .1. Loma\ 

Bolton, I'lng.. fa. of Isli/abcMi 

Monlgomeiy, Ala., bus. of .M. ( i raves.. 
Vouiiti's Cre.k. Ind., s. of Lenlsford . .. 
llrardNlown, T. tin., bus.i)f D. Wilburii 


l,;iwsoii, i:ii/.abelb 


I bo 111 I.SO.') 




about 177!» .... 




Lee, Krancls 1 ^it^litfoot. . . 

L<'e,.L(;., J)r 

1 ,ee Lomax 


iboul 17 tS .. 
about I8.i7 .... 
May 15 1867 




L. •.•p. M-, William 


iboul 181K .... 




Lc .Mi'au.x 







NAME. 



Lena I-pirmx 

Leuora •Elizabeth Loniax 

Lentsford Loraax 

Lentsford E. Lomax. .. 

J.eonidas I.oinax 

Leon Welsli Loiuax 

liCora T. Loiiiax 

Lewis, Anna Maria 

Lewis, Cailieiine U 

Lewis, Charles Henry . 

Lewis, Charlotte T 

Lewis, Cornelia 

Lewis, John 

I^wls, John T. Lomax 

Lewis, L. L., Judge 

Lewis, Martha ... 

I-ewls, Mary 

Lewis. Mollie 

Lewis, Samuel Kant 

Ix'wls Lomax 

Lewis, J. JjOinax 

lileutlcia Loniax 

Lilley, Ella 

Lillian Veronica Loniax 
Lindsay, Elizabeth V ... 
Lindsay L. Lomax, Citii 
Lindsay, Capt. Williuni 
Little, liugli J 



BORN. 

about 1H8;J ... 
Dec. N, 18H(). . 
.May 2, WJ7 . . 
.\prlll9, 1871. 
Dec 2!l, I8iil . 
Sept. 15, 1871. 
Oct 2li, 18H1 . . 

I bout 18i6 .. 
ibout iNiH ... 
ibout 1811 ... 
iliout 182'.) ... 
about 183;i ... 

bout 17t>'"> ... 
about I8,'!(» ... 
about 18.11 ... 
ibout 17!HJ ... 
Ibout 18(iO ... 
ibout 1814 ... 
about 18117 ... 
about 171)7 ... 
\prll 1. 1821 . 
Oct. 20, 18ti7 . . 
about 1850 .. 
about 1874 ..., 
about 1789 .. 

bout lHi« ... 

bout I7.VJ ... 

b.iut 18:!7 ... 



REMARKS. 



tJl/.zle Lomax 

Lizzie Lomax 

Lizzie Lomax 

Lizzie Lomax 

Lizzie Lomax 

Lloyd, Col. Edwanl . ... 

Locke, Anna Mary 

Locke, William Henry. 

Lo<'k, William M 

I..oinas, .Mice 

lx)mas, C. (Herion de) . .. 

Lomas, Edward de la 

Lomas, (iiles 

LoDias, Henjy 

Lomas, Holland 

Lomas, John 

Lomas, John 

I uiH, .Nichola.s 

I<omas, Nicholas 

Lomas, Hichard 

I,omas, 'J'homas 

Lomas, Thomas 

Loinatz, Lau reus 

Lomax. the name 

Lonuix-Hrown, Dr 

Ix)niax ot Hovin^don 

I/omax of ChildwlcUljury 



Auk. 10, 18>'') 
MarcluJ, i8(iu 
Nov. 1, 1H71 . 
aljout 1877 ... 

in 18— 

about 1718 ,. 
Sept ai, I8<i2. 
Oct. 31, 1873 .. 
about IKifi .. . 
ibout I'i-)!) ... 
ibout l.')(7 ... 
about 1811 ... 
ibout l.V>8 . . . 
ibout 1748 ... 
ilwut 1823 ... 
about lliDf) ... 

)ilt 181& .. . 

.Ill I5.'.5 ... 



ibout ir.(j2 
ibout 175'J 
about 1820 
ibout 1427 



about 18.''>: 



n infancy 



about 182H ... 
Nov. •£), 183.{ , 
Feb 18, 1881., 
about 1879 ... 



Sept. 8, 1872. 



Sept. 9, 187(i. 



, Ky., dau. of S. D. Lomax.. 

Slmsboro, La., dau of Hon.(Jeo. M 

Young's Creek, Ind., s. of Jonatlian. .. 
Young's Creek, Ind., s of Lent.sford .. 

, .Mo., s of ("apt. Jolin 

Boomer, Mo., s. of Dr. William M 

, s of William A 



Washington City, dau. of A.M. Lomax 
HIcliniond, Va., dau. of !•;. T. Lomax.. 
lUchmoud, \'a., bus. of E. T. Loniax. 

, Va , dau. of .\ M. Lomax. 

, Va., dau. of A. M. Loniax . 



Williamsburg, Ind , fa. of Martha 

Kichmond, Va , s. of E. T. Loma.v 

Hichmond, Va.. s. of \. M. Lomax 

Jacksonburg, Ind., 1st w.of.S K. Hoyd 

(Jranby, Mo., w. of .\ J. Thomas 

Hillsdale.N C ,2dw.of W.L.Farrington 

, Va., hus. of A. M. Lomax.. 

Abbeville, S. C , s. of William 

Abl>eville,S.C.,s. of William 

McEwen, Tenn , dau. of .lames W 

Cry stal.S|)rlngs,Miss.,w of K.H. Lomax 

New York city-, dau. of E. Lomax 

,Va.,w. of Maj. I\I. 1*. Loniax 

Hlacksburg,Va.,s. of Maj. M. I'. Lomax 

, Va., la. of i:ii/.alHtii V... 

Westminster, N. C., hus. of .M. K. 

Armlield 

Cliarotte, N. C., dau.ofCapt. Wm A.. 

, 111., dau.of Henjamin 

Taylorville, Ky., dau. of .loseplius 

.spencer tV)., Ivy., dau. of Lbciliab 

( liicago. 111., dau.<fl.Iolin A 

Wye, Md., bus., of E. Tayloe 

N. Y. city, dau. of N. A. Study 

Indianapolis, Ind., s. of N. -V Study .. 
Indianapolis, lud , hus. of N. A. .Study 

Lancaslilre, Eng., in Court 

Valailolld, Spain, I'oet 

Sarragassa 

l«incasliire, Eng 

Oxford graduate 

Oxford graduate . . 

Oxford graduate, Lincoln College 

Oxford graduate 

Dcrby.sliirc, Eng., in Court 

Santauder, S|)ain 

Derbyshire. Eng., in Court 

Oxford graduate 

Cri(iiweli, Wales 

Uoltoii. I'-.ng 



mdoii, I'^iig. 







INDEX. 






NAME. 


BORN. 


DIED. 


REMARKS. jpAoe 


Loniax of Clayton Hull 






Lancashire 

Sutrolk, Eng •■^■■ 


70 


Lomax of Kye 






n 


Lomaxes iu Cambridge 


and Oxford 




?8 








15 








Milan 

Milan 


in 


Lomaz/i, Ippolito 






10 











Loiimy/o Oiovaiii Paul 


April 20, ir>W . 
about \Hli 


about IftDK .... 


Florence painter and savant 


in 


Loineni Iiifoneri 


Milan. . 


10 




al)out in:Y2 ... 




London, Kul;., In Court 


Wf 


Loiiia/., Li'opoUl 


Valadolid. Spain 

- Kng 


10 


aiiont 15.!.{ 




»*) 










45 




about 172=) .... 
.\pril 15, 1804 . 
Sept. 30, 18tW 


.Sept. 8, 1893.. 


Clayton Hall, Eng., w. of J. Lomax.. .. 

Met:: wen, Tenn., dau. of Wm. H 

Mitchell, Ind., dau.of Laniska 

N. Y. city, dau. of Elia.s 

Meridian, Tex., dau. of Seaborn H 

Kocli Creek, Ark., s. ofChaa. H 

Abbeville, M. C., a. of IVter 


09 




ion 


Lorcna Alice Lomax .... 
Loretta Hilary Lomax 

Lottie Mary Lomax 

Louis. Kdgar Lomax 


Oct. y, ]8(i9 .. 


J88 

m 


May l.'i, IKHl . 
April 2(i, 1S7:! 
April 1, iH21. . 
Dec. 'i!, 1S72 . 
Dec 111. 18.-.L.. 
April, 1KI8 ... 
Sept. 21, IKSI), 
about IKir. ... 
Oct. Id, iKtO 
April 17, IHr.l . 
about 1812 .... 
April II, 1K.S8 
.Inly 2.-), 18H2 . 




108 


Nov.2;», 18:i:i.. 
died 


177 
11(1 


Ix)nis Jerome Lomax ... 


Union Urove, Mo., s. of Henry .1 

Slinsboro, La., s. of. Samuel W 


257 

mi 




.June 2, 1814... 
Auk. 12, 1KH2.. 


Lexington, Mla.s., s. of Alfred 


\r>> 


liOuls i'ierre r.omat 

Louisa Lomax 

Louisa Ann liOmax 

Louisa A. Lomax 

Loullu r Lonuix 


Himsljoro, La., s. of Wm. I' 

Phlladelplila, Pa , cousin of .lotin 

Korest lllll,Tonn.. dan. of Peter 

VVyandott, KanH.,(iau. of Capt. John .. 

Krinlh, Neb., H. of John 

Ilrookllcld, Mo., H. of L. L. Lomax 

Hrookfleld, Mo., s of L. L. Lomax 

Urooklield, .Mo., hus. of L. L. Lomax.. 
AblngdonrlU., dau. of Moses 


22t 
11£ 

12t 






2* 






m 


Lovlcy Lomax 

Lniinnii Lon\ax 

Lncl.n Lomax, Ks.i 

Luclmla Lomax 


about I8:!2 .... 
May 1(1, 187:t. . 
Kcc. 2, IHl'.t.... 
about 18(KS .... 
about ISOII ... 
I''eb., 18,^7 


Sept. 24, 1875 . 

about IKKI .... 
Feb. 4, IKD'i .. 
Scpt.2(), IHM .. 


18 


La (Jlede, Mo., dan. of Henry C 

Abbeville, H. C., H. of Col. JuinoH 

, Ky., dau. of Elijah 


2(M 
IK 


Luclmla Lomux 


Abbeville, H (;., dau. of Wllllara 

YazooIMty, Miss., dan. of John T 

Voung'H Creek, Ind., dau. of Hon. 
Ciuintln 


12S 


Lucy Ann Lomax 

Lucy Ann I,oma.\ 


at)out 18 i7 .... 
.Ian. 17, 18 f) . 

April 21, 188Lt . 
Nov. 2'!, IKK.'') 
Marclii), I8(.7 
about l.'^iUl .... 




124 

?«( 


f.ucy JOvcllne Lomax 

Lucy MoHs Lomax 

Luelia l^L Lonnix 

Lummas, .larvase 


Young'K Creek,! nd., dau. of Wellington 

MiMhlian, Ti!X., dau. ofKeahorn S 

Stanberry, Mo., dau. of Elijah H 

Shropshire, Eng., fa. of Aime Lomax.. 
Sliropshire, lOng., fa. of Anne lyomax.. 
(Jrand Uaplds, Mich., dau. of JoHcph.. 

Port robago, Va., s. of.L.hn 

Port Micon, Va.. s. of Luiisford 

Port Tobago, Va., n. of MaJ.. Mann P.. 
Port Tobago, Va., dan. of Sir Thomas. 
Port Tobago, Va., fa. of Catherine 


18^ 




Ififl 




2.54 
47 
7 




Mar.'li Hi, 18- 
Nov. ;,, 170.'-, . 
Oct. .!, I7;i:t . .. 




l?1 


LuiiHlnnl Lomax 

Lunsfoi.l Lomax 


.lune 10, 1772 
1Mb. Id. 1771 . 
in infancy ... 


m 
in;i 


Lunsforil, Calliarine 


about \ti\r, . , 


5C 
4' 








()■' 


Lydia Lomax 

Lydla 1 ax 


about 17.^) .. 
about 1817 .. 




London, l';ng., mar, Wm. Moor(^ 

London, Eng., dau. of l>r. James W ... 
London, lOng., dau. otDr. James W .. 
Louuix, Hi., dau. of Kt)bert 


79 
HI 


Lydla 1 1 . Lomax 


May 2.'), 18U0 .. 


.March 111, l8U;t 


87 







■ync- 



NAME. 



1, Miss ... 
l.yoM, N;m<-y... 
Lyon, .Mii-fiif l' 
Miilul rlvdo L(i 



.MmIi 



I-.. !•; 



,i(l I. 



.Miibry 
.Miil.iy 
M 
M 



Dr. .luiii 
y, Mary N: 
Icn, .\iiiy.. 
l(-ri, .hiiiiKs 



•l-< 



Majf-IelAj 
>i:iL't;it: Li 
.Mal.iilii .). l.oiiiin 
.M.ijor, Million 1', 
Miilcoiiilj V. l,<nn 
.MaliiKhil.oiiia.K 
MiiliiHia l.oniax 
Maliridii Ki-.iiucs 
Maliii.la .1. I.oiiia 
MalindaJaiif l.ui 
Miinii.' I.oniax .. 
Maiia KIIk-I Loiii 
.Mann I'. Loniax, 
.Mann I'aj;.' I .on.a 

.Maple, Mrs 

Mar(,'arct I,<>niax 
Marfiant. LoniH.x 
Mar(,'an'l l^oniax 
Mar. I,<)ina.x (Mll^ 
Marnarcl A. l.oni 
Miifgartt A. l.oni 
Martfurot 10. LoMi 
MarKiinl ll.lcn I 
Martcarrl M. I, on 
Mar(;arc( t inla L 
Margaret K. l.oni 
Marj^arel. S. l,oni 
Maria Lonia.x . 
Maria Ann l.onia 
Maria .lane l.oni: 
.Maria Louisa l,(. 
Maria Sln.lwick 
.Marion I.oniax .. 
Marion llysoii !.< 
.M.Hoon, I'Mi/aiirl 
Maroon. Siisannii 
Marr. .\nierica A 



BORN. 

lOUt IMIK .... 
about l«:t7 ... 
int IH5.". ... 
Oct. 21, IsTf) . 

Dec. (;, iKi;:i... 

April Hi, IH,Sh 
An^;. 1."), Issii. 
iiliout IMI ... 
K.-l). 1«, IS(i(i . 
;iboilt ISI.S ... 
llbollt IH17 ... 
D.'C. I(t, ISK! . 
Dee. 7, \HHi . . 
.May l;!, 1X12 
about IW,! ... 
about IH7( ... 
;ibout 17IR) ... 
about IKIX) .. 



Maj 



ibout iw;7 .. 
Dot. IK, IKW 

April I, lH*hS 



in. 10, IWtl 
lb. r., 17S7. 



Nov. I(i, 177(1 
iiiiout isik; .. 

iibout IKKI .. 
about IK71 .. 
Ann. 10, l«(i:t 
Ian. 'J, l«(i».. 
Mareb '2(;, 1H7(I 
.XpriP-'i, IKW. 
about IHIM .... 
Feb. I'd, \y,m. . 
alxiut 18.{2 .... 
about iH.^'i ., 
Oct. 'Z?, 17'.) 1 . . 
Mareb 2<), ItiC 
about lK.i'2 ... 



Marr. Marv.lan 



triba 
irtha 
irtbu 



luneH ls:!l. 
Im'I). I, IHOI.. 
.May IH, IKVi. 
.Iar).'j:i, IKtiH 



Feb. 2.t, I.S78 
IX'C. n, IHMI. 



\priliK, 1871. 



Man-li L>7, IKi: 
in iiilaney . . . 



about Ih.'".! .. 

xrtH 

about 1K7K . . 
Maylti, mU). 
■About iKGli .. 



:\UK. 17, 18<;i. 



IM, 



April i:i, IHIh 
.Mareb I't, \>* 
.\pril l.H, IS 17 
about Ifiill .. 
h'eb. 11, IH;-,I 
ilioul liilM .. 
about IBiilt ,. 
about I7K'2 .. 



ibout l.s:i'.» .. 
Inly :i, IH.'"><i . 
Keb. Id, I8t;2. 



REMARKS. 



Abbeville, S. C. 
Uatesville, Ml.s: 
Abbeville, S. C. 
Abbeville, S. C 
Ablx-vllle, S. (; 



in. Iti, IK77 



Vbbeville.S.C, Istw.ofCol. J.W.Loniax 
\bbevllle, H. ('., w. of T. D. Douglass .. 

2(1 w. ol'(i. A. Douglass 

, (iau. or Hev. Alex. A. 

N. of M..I. Keller 

s. of David Lucien .... 

dau. of David laieien. 
Abbeville, S. C, bus. of M.J. Keller... 
Abbeville, S. (;., dan. of M. J. Keller. .. 

Sinisboro, La., w. ofS. W. Lomax 

Abbeville, S. C, bus. ofS. E. Keller .. 

Steadbain, Ala., dau. of Tillnum 

Ai)beville, S. <;., dau. of .lames K 

, dau. of William T 

Ninety-Six, S. iX, w. of J. O. Foster ... 

( 'okesbury, S C, s. of Jesse A 

Danville, Ky., dau. of Tliouias 

Danville, Ky., tlau. of Elijah 

Mou.setail, Tenn , w. of J. W. Lomax.. 

, dau. of Capt. .lolin 

Cedar flreek, Tenn., dau. of Andrew .. 
I'oK'abontas, Ark., dau. of JobnT. lOsq. 

Stanberry, Mo., dau. of Robert A 

Walertown, Mass., s. of MaJ. Thomas . 

, Va., s. of MaJ. Mann I' 

liondon, Eng., owns Childwieklniry. .. 

, Tenn., dau. of Thomas 

IIarwood,.Eng., .spinster, will proved.. 

nury, iOng., sis. of Katnuel C 

Memphis, Tenn., dau of .John II 

Young's Creek, Ind., dau. of Jonathan 

, Tenn., dau. uf U. W. A. J.. 

M(E\v(!n. Tenn , dau. of John II 

Young's C'k, Ind., dau. of Hon. liul'itln 

, Ark., dau. of Ab.saiom 

Union (Jrove, Mo., dau. of Henry J.... 
Fredericksburg, Va., dau. of Thos. L.. 
Fredericksburg, Va., dau. of Dr. U. H.. 

Austin Co., Tei., dau. ofTerrenee 

, dau. of William T 

Englisii, Ind., dau. of Cyrus 

Knglisli, Ind , dau. of Es.sex 

I,ouisvill(^ Ky., dau.of JolmT 

Aliingdon, III., s. of Elijah 

Meridian, Tex., s. of Seal)oru S 

, Tenn.. w.ofT I.omax 

,Tenn., w.of T. Loniax 

Afton, la., dau. of S. A. J. Pool 

Aflon, la., luis. ofH. A. ,1. Pool 

Aflon, la., dau. i)fH. A. .(. Pool 

Aflon, la., dau. of S. A. J. Pool 

I 



ion, Eng., w. of K. Kyder 

Pueblo, Col.,s. of William P 

('bild\vlckl)ury, Eng., w. of J. Koberl.'^ 
Childwlekbury, Eng., w. of 11. Clay, .1 r 
Turton, Eng., spinster, will proved,. . 



NAME. 



Marlh; 
Murtli; 
Miulli 
MaitU; 
Miirlli 
MiuLli 
M;iitli 
Martli 
Ma rill 
Martli 
^Nlailli 
Marlli 
iMiirlli 

MllTlll 

Ma 111 I 

Miiry 

Mary 

Mury 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mury 

Mary 

Mary 

Alary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mar J 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mury 

Mary 

M a ry 

Mary 

Mary 

Maiy 

M..ry 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mar J 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mury 



lAiiiiax 
Loinax 
Komax. 
I.ornax. 
Anil 1,0 



jahoiit isl I . 
[about 18:!1 
.Ian. I, lS.-,0 
Ki^l.. tl, 187.'! 
Oct. 11, I Ml'!) 
alx.ut IKir, . 



a K. I,.)iuax.. 
a K. Loiiiax . 
a K. l,()iiia\.. 
a lOiiilly Lull 
a I'lNlrlla 1. 01. 



a Mai 
l.()iii;i 
liOIIKl 



Loiiiax. 
IjOiiiax. 



i,()iiiax. 
Loiiiax. 

lAnnax. 
liOMiax. 



>iii 



y IS, isr.:. . 

I-omax April H. 'Js<;") . 

lOMiax Dec. 27, Ihfit; . 

Ivoniax about 1.S7S ... 

l.oinax about 1«7!) ... 

l,oiiiax I'Vb. 12, IKH2 . 

A l,oiiia\ about IS.").; ... 

Imi.-JM, IHIiJ 
Ali.i' l.uniax .... May 21, IH'.!» . 

Ami l,ouia.\ Sept. 22, IHI'). 

\iiii Loiiiax \f*ril 2, Ih22 

Loiiiav aboiil IS.;:; ... 

Ami l.omax May I, ISi:{ . 

Ami l.omax .May 1. IS.">2 . 

Aiiu <'. l.omax .. Muy I, IS(;7 
'. l.omax. Oct. 2S. I.sl'.i 
D^aiHlril l.omax .Ian. :i, IS.V; . 

!■:. I. (.mux .Ml- ir., IS 17 

I 2. ISI7 .. 

K l.oMiax |.\UK. 1;, lH.'i(i . 

E. l.omax aboul !».)() ... 



.luncH, |s(i;{.. 
.\u^'., IS 10. .. 
l>fc. 2.i, IS - 

.luuc Hi, isss 

about IS.O". ... 
•Mar.-b II, is: 
.lim<;.(, Ik;; 

0(M. 21, IS 12 



about 17")! 
Ser>t. 2i», 17 
about I7S!» 



about ISOii 
about ISI2 
about ISlli 



.luuc .>. ISi 
,)uly2:i, IS21 
about l,S27 
about l,S.;S 
about IS.CI 
aboul isr2 
about 1SI2 
hoc , IS.. I . 



.Scpl, l.i, 1S7H. 



iibout 17!)i; 
.May Hi, IS' 



about IS.')1 .. 
Feb 12, ISi:! 



11 ISIil 

\prll l!t. 1S27 



IKSS 

about 1H77 



IS77.... 
ibout 



Nov. 2;i, I.S,V.) 
May 21, Isis 
May 2!l, ISS7 



N(.v. 2H, IS."-.!; 



REMARKS. 

Sevier Co., Teiiii., ilau. olTlioiiias 

Hcariistowu, Tenii., dau. of .lames 

.Stcadliam, Ala., dau. of Sydney 

Taylorsvillc, Ky., dau. of .losei.lius. . .. 

l'a(.li, lii.l., dau. of Ivssox 

Youiif^'s CiH'ck, Ind., dau. of Osmond. 

IJalesville, Miss, dau. of 'rillman 

Cedar Creek, 'I'enn., dau. of Andrew .. 
Laurens Co ,S. C., dau. of .lames A ... 

Cedar Kapid.s, la., dau. of.loseph 

Mousetail, Tenn., dau. of.loseph W. . 
Vouii(;;'k Creek, liid., daii.ol Cyrus ... 

Ablii<;don, 111 , dau (.1 .lotiii II 

.Mcl';wen, 'I'ciiii , dau. of VVUllain 

I. in II Cu , Mo., dau of (apt John 

I larwood, Kng, dau of.lolin 

llorseley, Kng., " widow," HdiiiinlHtra 

Tort Hoyal, Va., dau. of l.unsford 

I'e rry < 'o., 'I'enn., dau. of Samuel 

Tont,', I'Mti., " widow " of ,1. l.omax 

( hildwickbiiry, Isnu., mar. C.S.Woodd 

, MIkh , dan. of William ... 

( 'bildwlekbury, lOnj;., dau. of .loshna. . 
I'ariii worth, Kn^., "widow." will pr'd 
Clayton Hall, Kn;,' , dau. of Kichard G. 
London, Knfc., dan. of Dr. .lames W... 
Clayton Hall, Kuf,'., dau. Kichard (i. .. 

Mousetail, Tciin , dau. of William 

Marion. I nd., dau. of Hon. Abel 

Allleside, Kng , dau. of William 

We.>tlield HouHe,Kng.,dau.of Thi>H,l<;s(i. 

iJeardstown, Tenn ., dau. of .lames 

Claylon Hall, h)u^ , dau. of Thomas ... 

.Mousetail, Tenn., dau of.laiiieH 

Abbevllb^, H C., dau of AugUHtiis 

Ko.kporl, III., dau of HIIiih U 

^'oiinj^'s Creek, Ind., dau. of l^^ntHford 
Verdery.S. C , dau. ofCapl. William! 

Durant, Miss , dau. ofTerrence .1 

SpeiurerCo., Ky., dau. of ObedUli 

Steadliam, .Ala., dau ofTlllman 

Omaha, Neb . dau. of .Asahel 

Marion, Ind , dau. of A 11 red 

Ro<kliiKhamCo.,N Cdau.of Hamlllon 
.Abbeville, S. (•., dau of Col , .lames... 
Siloam SprliiKs, Ark., dau, ofTlieo. .. 

N. Y. city, dau of.lolin 

.Sinisboro, I. a., dau. ol Lewis .1 

Simsl.oro, La , dau of.Saiiuud W 

Ih-hland, Ark., dau. of William 

Abbcvilb-.S C., dau ol Samuel 11 

Chcstniil (Jap, < !a , dau. of ( i W. A..1. 

, Kjr., dan. of William T. ... 

Sleadbam, A la., dau. of Sydney 

Slaiil.tMiy, iMo., dau. of I'MiJah H. 

ChiirleMlon, S. (,',, duu. of Col. Jus. W. 



tliiry 
ktary 
Mi.ry 
Sliiry 
.Mary 
.Muiy 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
-Mary 
-Mary 
.Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
.Mary 
-Mary 
Maiy 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 



NAME. 



KUa l-omax 

Klla l.omax 

Kllen KoiiuiK 

Klleu l.omax 

KUeii I.oiiiax 

Kllen l.oiniix 

Eliza I,niiiH.\ .... 
Kllziibetli Lotiiax 
Kll/.nbelli l.oiiiax 
K iilly l.oinax 
F:vel)ne I.omax . 
Frances Lomax . . 
Kraupes l.imiax , 
l>'rances l.ornax . 
Krink I/>mHX . . 

.tane Lomax 

.lane l.oniax . . 
.lane I.omax . . 
Jewell I,«)niax 
Kallterlne I.oiiui) 
.Malllda Loniax . , 

May I.omax 

i'atie I.omax . . . . 



BORN. 

Mig. 12, IH.i.'i 
about 1K57 .. 
ahout 1K17 .. 
Feb 1, IH^.0 . 
about IKli'J .. 
about IWli; . 
Mm. l:l, lK.".(i 
ahout lKli» . 
about 18T(i ... 
.\UK. 11!, IHIH 



REMARKS. 



Sept. i, 187:5. 



May 27, IH.").} 
Dec. '20, lS-.!» 
about 18H1 . 
May U, 1.H72 
Oot. Ill, IHM 
abi>ut IHU ., 
iboul 1«!!) ... 



Mary Stuart Lomax 
Mary su*aii I.omax 

.Marlln, i:imlra 

Mason, (i. Bhulier 



Sept. 11, IKi!) 
Nov. .ti), I8U!). 
about ;8I(I .. 
about iKlf) .. 

about I8.')!' ... 
about isi.'i ... 
about 18.(1 ... 
about 18."),S ... 



Mailldo I.omax ... 
Matilda I.omax .. . 
.Matilda l.oniax ... 
Matilda I.omax .. . 
Matilda I.omax . . 
Matilda .\iin I,om 



Matilda .\nn I.omax 
Matilda I). I.omax .. 
Matilda I.ouIn I.omax 

Mftttle K. Lomax 

Mallle S. I.onuix 

Mattle V. S I. I.om; 
Mttttlson, Mary .\ . . 
MnlilHon, I.Toa .. 

Maud I.omax 

Maud l,oma\ 

Maud Vivian l.omat 
Maudc.Hlcj , .lobn de 
Maxwell, Coia lOlla . 

Maxwell, U M 

May, I)r 

May FraiKTH I.omax 

May,(l<..rKi- 

.Mayfb'bl, \m«Mtu .... 

.MeadoWM, \ii.s..n 

MeadowH, .lod 



abi>ut \7f>7 ... 
about ISO.') ... 
about 1810 .., 
Dec. 2, 18,^)1 . 
Jan. i;i, 1H,HH 
Feb. 21, 18i:{ 



abou*. 1811 ... 
Feb. 11, 18i:t. . 
Jan. 10, 1812 . 
July 2((, 1870 . 
Nov. ;iO, 1879. 



about 18'2.". 
about IK..!) ... 
about 18 ... 
about IKS.'i . . . 

.-^epi. 17, iM,s:; 

about l;i.!8 ... 
Dec 12, 1872 . 
about 18^).! ... 
about 1810 ... 
about IHHI ... 



In Inlaucy 

Nov 31, 1«' 



/pt., 180 



VpiU 2.^1, 1880 



May 27, I8li6 



aixmt 1810 
'about IHt7 
'about 1807 



Hock Creek, .\rk., dau. of Charles H.. 
Middleberry, Mo., dau. of Daniel INI .. 

, Miss., dau. of Tillman 

, dbu of Henry .1 

Voun-i'.s Creek, Ind , dau of CyruH . .. 
YoujiK's Creek, Ind , dau of Abel .... 

SI an berry, .Mo , dau. ol Flijah II 

llarsVMod, Fnf? , dau. of Hubert 

Memphis, Teun, dau of John II 

Denlson, Tex., dan. of ('apt. John 

(irand Uapuls. Mich , dau ol Joseph.. 

Saltlllo. Nell, dau ofHenJamln 

(i ran bury, Tex . dau. of .lamew A 

N. Y. Illy, dan. ol 101 laH ...... ., 

Mates, ille, Miss , dau. of Rev. Alex. A. 

I'aoli, Ind., dau. of lOssex 

KoeUintjbamCo ,N.C.,dau.ofShadrach 

llocU port. Ill , dau.of.Iohn 

, \'a., dau of MaJ. Man« P. 

Hall Co., Oa., dau. ot Jaine.s D 

■^'outig's Creek, Ind , dau. of Wellington 
Salt l/^ke, Utah, dau. ol James D Ksq. 
Frederlcksburfj, Va , dau. of Judge 

John T 

F.'-ederieksburg, Va.dau. ol Dr. II. S. 

Klnderhook, III., dau. of Thomas 

, S. C., w. of J. A. Adan)B. .. 
■. Mis8., 2d hus. of A. L. 



Bingham 

Chi Id wick bury, Kng., dau. of Caleb.... 

Abbeville, S. (,'., dau. of William 

F.dgelhdd, S. <;., dau of I.uclen Ksq... 

Uockport, III., dau.ofSllas U 

Steadham, .Ma., dau. of Sydney 

Youngs Creek, Ind , dau. of Hon. 

tiuintln ..., 

, Kans , dau ol Osmond 

Abbeville, S C.dau. (jfCol. (it-o W.. 

Ilolmesville, Miss., dau. of DouIk 1* 

Young'h Creek, Ind , dau. of Jonathan 

Steadham, .\la., dau. ofSydney . 

Warrenton, Va., dau. ol MaJ. .Mann P. 
Andi ison, S. C, w of<i. W ItrownUe 
licllKui.S. C ,dan of A. D P'osler .... 
l,owmUsvlll»\S C , dau. of Col.. las. W. 
I'.i.-abonlas, .\i k , ilau ol .lohn T. 1''.ni| . 
Hickory Station, .\rk ,dau. ot Alex.A. 
Clayton Hall, I'.ug , mar. M. ( irlmshaw 
Amity, Ark., dau of M. K. I.omax.... 
Clark Co., .\rk., hus. of .M. 10. I.ouuix.. 

IVtiTsburg, Va. , la <it (ieorge 

New York city, ilau. of IOIIiih 



W 



iif .M. I 



.1.11 



NAME. 



Meadows, Joel 

Meadows, Martha 

Meadows, Sarah 

Meadows, William 

Mcdaris, Margarette E. 

Meek, Anna 

Meek, Mell(M;oraE 



Meek, lOleanor Kr;i 



Heek, Elizabeth ... . 

Meek, Emily 

Meek, George Owen. 

Meek, ITenry 

>leek, James 

Meek, Jaiio 

Meek, John 

Meek, John William 



Meek, Mary 

Meek, Mary Low Alatlie 



Meek, Nathan 

Meek, Sarali 

Melietahci Lomax 

Meli.ssa I-omax 

Meli.s.sa Lomix 

Mfta E, I.oniax 

MIcon, Judith 

Micon, I'anI 

Mill'ord l/omax 

Millay, Krank 

Miliuy, Grace Mahel... 
Miller, James Henry .. 

Miller, Jame.s M 

Miller, Martha Jane . .. 

Miller, Mary Helle 

Miller, Mary (Jruee 

Miliey Loma.\ 

Millie l,omax 

Millie Lomax 

Millie Hellf Lomax .... 

Milligan, Nicholas 

Milton l,omax 

Milton, Eugenia l';va . 
Milton, lr\lne'llu(.,loi 

Mlllon/ilic.dore 

Mima l-omax 

Minerva J. Lomax 

MInton, Ann Uoyil 

Minion, John U 

MInlon, John William 
Minion. I l/./.lc All.-e . 
MInlon, Mary l';il/.ah<l 
MInton, Sallle Maiiil .. 
Million, 'niorriaH(Jlles 



BORN 

about IS,U 

bout IK!(j 

about \HiO 

lit 18:18 

about IhVl 



REMARKS. 



It i«.v 



llx.ul IHll 
ll.out ISIU 
ibout iHlil 
June (>, IH.^ 
ibout 1817 



Aug. ;t, H.:7. 



ibout 184'i 
April 2.S, I 



Aiiril:f, lS2.f. 
about iHlii . 



Oct. II, l(l(i) . 
Dee. 1''), I.S.t7 
May 7, ISIIi . 
iibout IS7I) .. 
about 1707 .. 
iiboul 1077 . 
nbout IMI . 
alHUit ISti!) 



June 17, 
in in tan 



-;.|.t. I.'., I87J A. 
iibolit Ihll' ....... 

.March 21, lS7l!... 
ibout IKiU . . 
I Illy 15. 187.") . 
iibuut I87r) .. 
ibout I7!ll' ... 
about I8H) .. 
Sept. Ill, ISSl. 
ilbout IHf)!) ... 
March 2'., iHli 



Ilbout IK.I .... 
about I8.!.{ .... 
April 2r,, 1870.. 
March 111, 181)2 

about iSlii) 

Nov. Ill, 188.1 . 
Aug. :!l, \HH2 
Aug. 8, IS.H, ^ 

1Mb II, 1811(1 

.\llg. 2, 1887 . . 



HWt. 



I'reblefo., ()., s. otM. l.iuna.x 

I'reble (■.),, ( )., dan. of M. I.oiuax 

I'reblelo., «»., dau. ot M. l-omat 

Preble Co., (»., b. of M. li<nnax 

('ambriagi('ity,lml..w.ol'l)i..I.N.study 
Ntwton Co., Mo., dau.olS I. ..max ... 
Siloain Sj.rings, ,\rk., .lail. ot K. .1. 



>l !■; ,1. 



I,.i 



.Siloam Springs, .\ ik 

lUlilu.nds 

.\sli (irove. Mo., dau. 

.Vsli Urove, Mo., mo. of S. l.onia,\ 

Newton Co., ,Mo., hiis. of S. l.oinax .... 
Koclcport, III , s. of .J. Schneider. . . . 

.\bh Grove. Mo., s.ofS l.om.i.x 

Newton Co., Mo., dau. of S. I.oma.x . .. 

Newton Co., .Mo., s. ol S. l,oma.\ 

Siloam Springs, .\rk., bus. of Iv J. 

Edmonds 

Newton Co.. Mo , dau of.S. l.omax ... 
Siloam Sj.rings, .\rk., dau. of Iv J. 

Edmonds 

l{o<k|)ort. III , 1st bus. of S. Schneider 
Newton Co ,'Mo, dau. of S. l.omax ... 
North Shields, Eng., dau. of l{ev..lolm 

.McEwen, Tenn , dau. ol William 

Coloiad<i Si. rings. Col , dau of Wm 1". 

Uichmond, V'a , ilau ofriiomas \. 

I'ort 'I'obago, Vu., 2d \v of I,, l.omax .. 

Tort .Ml((.n, Va., la. of. Judith 

Abingdon, 111 ,s of.lohn 

I.ivlngstoii Co., Mo , bus. of E. Charles 
l.ivliigsloii Co., Mo., dau. ot 10 Charles 

Delphi, Inil., s ..f M. M. Study 

.sania Kosa, Cal , bus. of .M. .M. Study. 
Santa Uo.sa, Cal., dau. of .M. M. Study. 
.Marlon. Ind., 1st w. of ,1.1 1.lverbcy. lOsij. 
.Santa Ito.si, Cal , dau. of .M. M Study. 

Middlebury, Mo., dan of Hani. I .M 

Danville, Ky , ilaii. of Thomas 

Danville, Ky , dau. of lOliJah '.. .. 

, Kalis , dau. of .Marshall V. 

— . . , bus. of rd. <i. I.oinax 

Young's Creek, Ind , s ..f .lonath:in ... 
.\ugusta, Ga , <lau. ..f .\. E. l.omax , .. 

Augusta. Gn.,s...f.\ E. I...ma.v 

Augusta, (ia , bus. of .\. E. I.onia.x .... 

Miardslowii, 'I'.'iin , .Ian of. lain. 's 

Cushman, Ark., dau (if William 

Wadilell, N. C. dau. of S. ,\. Kanlngloii 
Wadilell, N.C , bus. ofS. A. Isiri Inglon 
Wa.bl.ll, N. C, s. ..I S. .\. I'arilimt..n . 
Wadd.'ll, N. C., .tail. ..f s. A .Cai rln^j Ion 
Wa.bl.ll, N. C , .tail .,f S..\.l airlin:l..n 
W.i.bl.ll, N. ('., dau ol S. A .1 an I nr Ion 
Wa.l.l.'ll, N. C., dau...fs.,\.|.arilngl<.ii 



NAME. 

Mira siudwiiU I, on 
Mni.mi l,..ii.;ix . . 

.Mi.s> l.uiimx 

MiK.-, I..,IIKI.\ 

Mil. -h. 11. .Mliv.l ... 



I BORN 

IKo... l.I,S.i 

.l;.....ut u.ri 

'ahoul ISI., 



.Mi:v icll. .Iciuy 

Milcii.ll. .Jusriih 

Mil.'li. II, .l.iM'phiiu' \' 
.Mifh.ll..Iiillan lin-lu 

Mil.h.-ll, J.oili.sa 

Mitih.oll, lliil'us 

MollicSiie l,<)iiiax 

Moiiaii-, Alatilda 



aluml IS.,/ .. 
All-; 11, l,S(w 
alioiil lKI."i .. 



ix-Siuitlilabotit 



'y 



MoiiUi-iu 

.Moon, J. M 

Moon, \ i.lor Mn 
M<K>ii-, llli/abrlh ... 
Moon', H. (Widow l';il 

Moore, Mr 

Monro, Sarah .\nn K 

Moor.', Williaiii 

M.irU'y, I'K'hUvd 

Morris, Klla 

Morii.s, Kliza 

Morris, Mary Eiiiely 

Morris, Mary II 

Morton, .lames 

Morton. 

Moses Konia.\. ('apt. 

MosL-s Loniiix- 

Mosley, Ann 

Mosl.y, Itoland 

Mo.\k-y, Mr 

Mr I,oinax(K'.liridgety.) 

Mr. I.oinax 

Mrs. .\. I.onia.N ... 
Mull, (icor^^e Willi 

Mill I,. I. K. !•: 

Mull, .l.ihn Harris 
.\Iiill, ,l..s.pli I'icn 
Mull, .Martha .lam 
.Mnll, Mary l.onis; 
Mull, Scncy Cor.l.' 
Mull, Sarah Kli/.al 

Muiiday, S. T 

Murray, laia 

Murray, .lohn ... 
Murray. Mail ha ,1 
Murray, Nancy . 
Murray. K C .. 
Murray, W. K ... 



ibout l.s-7 
L ho lit l.SJii 
I bout, IS!.! 
ihout [irv-i 
I bout l')\'.} 
ihout IWtl) 
ibout INII 
I bout ISOl 
U)ollt ISll 



Dfc. 'Jli. 1772 
about IMIS . 
ab.jut Ih-'O ., 
about I7I(.-. ., 
about 17M . 
about Ki.s:! . 
about IHU 



March (I. I,S,s.i 
about 1S.-.I .. 
S,.,,l,. 12, ISS7 . 
• H-t. 7, l.ssi , . 
Kcb. (i, 1,S7!»... 
.Ian. ;!, Ih77 .. 
,lun.- J7, I.SM. 
,lan. :;o, l.s.s;i.. 
about ISl'J ... 
about l.Sir> ... 
about l.sii:l ... 
about 1KI7 ... 
about Mi; ... 



;:!',) 



out 



REMARKS. 
Ky , dau. ..t.lohn 'I' 



I I'orllan.l, .M.>., .lau. ..I .\-alM 
! London, Imi- , d.ui. ol SN'illia 
I N.'W Voik .ily, hu.. ..IS. |i 
.Ni'w V..rk cily,J.I bus. ..I II, 

. j N.'W V..]-k city, s. ..IS. 1). 1... 
rh.iiUsl..n, .\rU , s ..I .\l. Iv 1 
l'barl.>loii, .\rk., .Ian. ..IM. 
New V..rk city, s i>l S. 1). 1.. 
l'o.:uhonlas,.\rU.J(lw.ol.l.T.l. 

N.Av York city, s ..IS. 1). l.oina< 

Il..Iin.s Co., AIis.> , w. ..r I.. 1'. I..>inii.x.. 
(harl.ston, .\rk , bus. of .M. K. l.onia.v 

lias.ui, N. ('., .lau. ..1 llainiUun I' 

St.adliani, Ala , w. olS. I.onia.x 

L..nilou, W., I'ai- , sui;i.-..ii 

i;icbiii..n.l. \ a., bus ..ft'. .1 .\riiiliel(l 
Kicbnu.n.l, N'a , >. ..I ( '. .1. .Vrinli.ld ... 
.Marston, lac; , \\ . ..t Ur. \S'. I. ..max .. 
Oram;.- Co , In. I., Jil w. ofC l.omax . 
l{far.lsl.,wi., T.nn., bus ,,| .M. ( ■udc- . . 



,K.s. 



I fancy 



i:iin, 'l.'iii... w. ..I .1. 1 ..max 

l.on.li.n. Kii-.. bus. ..II.. l.omax 
i;ra.lil>l, i;ii-., bus. of I. (irimsh: 
— - , \a., w. of .1. Hunter 
\Vctin..iv, Kans, w. of.I 11 I'oo 
Shanuhi, In.l., w ..f.l I,. SU.uI. 
Mil. bell, liid., w. <.f 1.. l..>max . . 
Cedar Kai.i.ls, la . bus. of .M. !•;. Lomax 
Cedar Uaj.i.ls, la.,dau...f M. K l-ouuix 
K.)ekin.'nam Co.. N. C,s. ofT 



ibout 1H71 



I Co., N. C ,: 

Dalivill.', Ky., s. of Kli.iah 

, 111 , w. of A. I,oinax 

Westlield, Ma.ss.. fu. of .\nn 

, Mo., Iiii.s. of 1*. l.omax 

^ Kn-;., purchased land 

V.iu I'.uren, .\rU., shoemak.r 

\Vellinj;t..ii, Kans 

Cbeslnul (iap, (;a., s. of S. 1. l.omax .. 
Cb.stnul (iap. *ia , biir^. of S. .1. l.omax 

Cb.shiul (iap, (ia , s .)f s. .1. I,.. max.. 
Cbeslnul (iai., (ia , .laii...fS..I I... max 

Chestnut (iaj., (ia., .lau. .)f s. .1 l,.)n.ax 
Chestnill (iap,(ia ,.laii..>fS .1 Komax 

.\bb.-yill.', s. C.. bus. ..f C l.omax 

M.'ardsl..wn,'l'.iin , .lau of M Kdwards 
liear.lsl.)wn,l'.un , s. ..f .M. I':.l wards . 

(Iran-.' C.. , lii.l., \v. of .\. l.omax 

IJelllon, (ia , w ..I (i. W. .\ .1 

l{.'aiiKl..wn,lVni, , bus of .M , l':.l war.ls 
l!.'ai.M..wn,l-.nn.,J.I bus...f Iv W ilburn 



Hit; 
I'JJ 
7a 
liO 
lliO 
174 
211 
I8H 
205 
20i 

Kl 
121 
150 
1.-.0 
102 

t>i 
i:j7 
I2H 
2.(1 
2.11 




MacCiuiiinoii, ' 

INIcCollu, Isaac 

AtcColla, Husau 

McLord, Dftisy Augusta. 

Mc( ;ord, Kmary M 

McCord, E>t.ellii K 

Mc.'Cord, (ieorf^e Uoiuux. 
McConl, Hattio UelK-wa 

Mc('».rd,J<iiiiU' K 

McCord, .lolin Augustus 

McKntire, Mr 

McFie, CatliLTine 

MacHatton Abel L, 

MacHatt<jn, Kev. Alex.. 
MacHatton, Joseph .V. .. 
MacHatton, .Samuel H.. 
McHatton, William H... 

Mcllwiiln, l,ila 

M(!Kane, (). 1' 

McKlney, Klizabetli .Vnn 

McLaiu, .So|)liia 

MtiMuMcn, firant 

McMuUen, John 

.McMullon, Kaura 

JIc.MuUen.Sarali 

McSwan, Viola 

Nancy I.omax 

Nancy Lomax 

Nancy I/Omax 

Nancy lA)max 

Nancy liomax 

Na ncy I ^omux 

Nancy I-omax 

Nancy Lornax 

Nancy l,omax 

Nancy liOniax 

Nancy l.omax 

Nancy Ann l.omax 

Nancy Dillard l.oniax. 
Nancy lOli/alielli l.oina.x 

N.mcy .lane l,oma\ 

Nancy Jane Lomax 

Nancy I,, l.oinax 

Nancy Matilda Lomax.. 
Wancy KelH-.-ca Lomax . 

Nancy S. I.umax 

Nannie l.oM.ux 

Nalhanlel I,.. max 



April (i, 1SH7 
aboul 18-.;i . 
about IHIO 
about 1S20 
about imO . 
Sept. 10, IfcSil 
Feb 21, 1879 
(»<'t 12, IShl 
Oct. H, 18HS 
Oct. (i, lK7(i 
Aug. 'J. 1874 
about 18U) 



about 1826 .. 
June 21. 1856. 
Feb. 12, 1817 
May 17, 1800 . 
F(!b. 2.5, 18.58 
April 2, 1862 . 
about 1868 ... 
about 1850 ... 
about lH-i;5 ... 
about 18,56 . . . 
Feb. 2, 186tf... 
Juuf 25, IK!0. 
Dec. 18, 1871.. 
Oct. 2, 1873... 
about 186K ... 
about 17.51 . . . 
about 1778 ... 
about 1791 .. . 
Feb., 18U1 . .. 
Jan. 28, 1807. . 
May 10, 1816.. 
about 182;) ... 
about 18.J.5 ... 
about I8.«) ... 
about 1812 ... 
K(!b. 7, 1867... 
I''eb. 4, 18(W . 
about 1812 ... 
Sept. «, 1812 . 
about 18 il .. 
July 21, ia51 . 
Nov. 2), 18.58 
May 18, 1867 . 
Aug. 7. 18.5!» . 
Aug. l.i, I8;ti. 

about 18tl ... 
iibont 16:1.5 .. 



July 7, 1881 .. 
June 10, 1877. 



.Sept. H, 18!»0. 
May 8. 1891 . . 



REMARKS. 

-, Kan., dau, ofWilliani A .. 

i, Ind.. s. ofN Stout 

Ind., s. of N. Stout 

dau olN. Stout 

s oil.. Stout 

of i.. Stout 

s oil,. Stout 

., bus. ot .M. Lomax 

:y., w. olM. Lomax 

IS. of J. A. Adams. 

A. .Vdams 

1. (jf l-:. U. Lomax. 

s of F. K. Lomax 

dau of E. K. Lomax 
s of K U. Lomax.... 
<lau. of ]•: U Lomax 
ilaii of K U. Lomas 
bus. of K U. Lomax 
Jonesboro, Ark , 2d bus. of N. Lomax 
Abbeville, S.( •.,.■;(! w. of Col.J.W.Lomax 
Morea, HI , s > 
Morea, 111 , bu 
Morea, III , s. <i 
Morea, 111., s. c 
Morea, Ill.s. i 
Abbeville, S. C 
I'aoli Ind., liu 
Saa l''elipe, Tr 

Kockporl , III., 



if i: S. Lomax 

.s >.l i;. S^. Lomax 

f K. S. Lomax 

f K. S. Loma.x 

)f K. S Lomax 

, \v. of (i. W. Lomax . . 

<., \v. (if J H. lirownlee. 

of C. K. Loma.x 

s. of.l.J-cbneiit. 1 



Hockport, III., ;jd bus. of J. Sclineider . 
KockiK)rt, III., dau. of J. .Schneider ... 
Rock port. III., dau. of J. Sclineider... 

Lear, Ark., w of \V. .1. Lomax 

Rockingham Co., N t'.;dau. ofWra... 

Abbeville, S C . dau. of .lames 

Danville, Ky., dau. of Thomas 

Reardstown. 'I'enn., <lau of Samuel.... 

Al)beville, S. C, dau. of William 

Marion, I ml , dau. «)f Hon Abel 

KImer, Mo , dau. of Robert 

Roekport, III , dau. of John . .' 

RcM'kinghfimt^) ,N.(;.,dau.of.Sbadrach 

R<M-ki)ort, III , dau of John 

Rellton, (ia , dau. of /iuguslUH A 

Young's Cree-k. Ind., dan. of Lt-ntsford 

, Ark., dau. of AI)salom 

Helton, C.a., dau. «)f .lames I) 

Roekport, HI., daii. ofThomas 

Taylorsvllle, Ky., dau. of Joscphus 

ChestnutCap, (Ja., dau. of <i. W. A. J. 

Taylorsville, Ky., ilan. of A bel 

Simsboro, La , dan. of Samuel W 

, dau. of < 'apt. .lob n 

IteanLstown, Tenn., dun. oLIobn 

Holborn. Ijit^ , mar. K. Wi.lnell 



NAME. 



BORN. 



REMARKS. 



NatlianitI l.onmx 

Nathan 1-. I.omax 

Neiil, ( liarlts !•' 

Nell. .MaiKaret 

Nelson, Forrest A 

Nelson, Mary 

Newljy, Heii.jainln 

Ncwiiv , Homer V 

Newell, Delia 

New kirk, (has. Henry . 

Newkhk, Cora Alice 

Newklrk. .lames (' 

Newkirk. John E 

Newkirk, l.eon I>ewis . .. 
Newkirk, liillie Belle.... 
Newkirk, Myrta Clare, .. 

Newkirk, Olla Belle 

Newkirk. s. W. Jaekson 
Newkirk. William K. 
Newkirk, William II ... 

Newland, Bertha 

Newlami, Dr. ("has. W. 
Newland, Henry F^enJ. .. 
Newlanrt. I.loyd Leslie . 

Newlin, B.riha .\ 

Newlin. Klt^er D 

Newlin, .Foel 

Nk-hols. Homer S 

Nioliols, .limes H 

Niehols. .lostphlne B .... 

Nichols. Willie 

Nicks, Mr 

Noah I'lnnklin Doma.x.. 

Noni l.omax 

Norman, Mary 

Norman, William 

NnttiT, James 

Nutter. Mary .. 

Oheiliab I.omax 

(•<l(ls, .Miss 

Dihls, Mi.ss 

Odds, Kood 

«>gl<'. Ann 

Ogle, Benj.imine 

dule, Harriet 

(diver .\. Lomax 

I )li\er A. I.omax 

Oma ( )rilla l.omax 

OrmiMa l.omaT 

( trmrod, .\nn 

(irlie Krnest I,(nnax 

Osmund Domax 

Otis Cady l.omax 

« )unKer of Debenham 

Onnger, .Mm 

Overton, Hattlc 



about lti-15 . 
I May 5. 1840 
jabout IK.^9 . 
[about 1828 . 
about 18H1 . 
jabout 182'2 . 
.March 22, ia3S 
Dec. :\ 1876 
about 180.1 . 
.Jan. in, 1878 



.lar 



18tK 



,Ian 5t, l:.ii7... 
alxnit 1845 ... 
.lan.y, 187(J ... 
June U), 187,5 . 
Dec. 1. 188ti.... 
Sept. 1, 1871... 
Sept. 7, 1871. . 
July 4, 1881 ... 
April 2;{, 1842.. 
Jan. 18, 1887. .. 
about 185(i .... 
Sept. 1, 1881... 
.\ug. I, 1883... 
Oct. 28, 188.5... 
Au(4. 12, 18.S2.. 
about 18.i<.» .... 
Aug. 3, 18,89 ... 

about 1851 

Aug. 18, 187;}.. 
about 18U;{ .... 
about 1745 .... 
Feb. 7, I.S,S8 ... 
.\UK. 2, 1K88. ., 
about 172:! ... 
about 1(178 ... 

about 1517 

about 15'J2 

April 28, 18.57. 
about 18:58 ... 
about 1810 .... 
about 18l(i ..., 
about I7(i4 ... 
about I7:J4 ... 
about 17:i(; .... 

about 18,511 

about IHUJ .. 
Nov. 15, 1888. 
about lH(i2 ... 
about 1701 ... 
.May 7, 1873... 
Aug. 17, 1810 
Nov. ;«», 188U. 
about llim ... 
about 1.528 ... 
about 18l(() .... 



July 27, 1690 



March 22, 1880 



Aug. 29, 1883 



Bolton, Eng., of Brightment 

. Ky., 8. of WilUaraT 

Morehead, la., hus. of M. V. De Wegse. 
Yazoo Delta, Miss., w. of W.W. Lomax 
Flickory.Station.Ark., w.of A.A.Lomax 

Abbeville, S. C, w. of A. Loraax 

Rockport, HI., hus. of E. II. I>omax.... 

Rockport, III., s. of E. R. Loraax 

Stanberry, Mo,, w. of li. A. Lotnax 

Afton, la., s. of A. A. Marr 

Afton, la., dau. of A. A. Marr 

Afton, la., 8 of A. A. Marr 

. hus. ofT. E. Marr 

Afton, la., s. of A. A. Marr 

, dau. of T. E. Marr 

Afton, la., dau. of A. A. Marr 

Afton, la., dau. of A. A. Marr 

, 8. of T. E. Marr 



Afton, In , s. of A. A. Marr 

Afton, la., hus. of A. A. Marr 

Bogard, Mo., dau. of 8. H. Brown 

Bogard, Mo , hus. of 8. II. Brown 

Bogard, Mo., 8. of S. II Brown 

Bogard, Mo , s of S. II. Brown 

Paoli, Ind., dau. of V. Stout 

Paoli, Ind., K. of V. Stout 

I'aoli, Ind., liuB. of V. Stout 

Meridian, Tex , s. of S. I. Cooper 

Indianapolis, Ind , hus. of A. J. Study 
Kansas City, Kans , dau. of A. J. Study 

Meridian, Tex., hus. of S. Ij. Cooper 

, Tenn , hus ofM,l>omax.. 

Mou.seUill, Tenn., s. of Jesse II 

Algiers, Ind., dau of Cornelius 

Bovingdon, Kng , w. of li. Ryder 

Henley, Eng , fa of Mary 

Clayton Hall, Eng , fa. of Mary 

Clayton Hall, Eng , w. of R, (jrimshaw 

Wakefield, Ky., s. of Joseph us 

Osage Co., Mo., dau. of Miss Lomax . .. 
Osage Co.. Mo., dau. of Mi.ss Lomax . .. 
Osag<! (!o., Mo , hus. of MisH Ix>niax ... 

Anapolis, Md., w. of J. Tayloe 

Ana|K>lis, Md , fa. of Ann 

AnajKJlis, Md., mo. of Ann 

Waynesboro, Miss., s. of Tillman 

Stcadham, Ala , s. of Sydney 

Hickory Stjition. Ark., dau. of Alex. A. 

Linn Co., Kan., dau ol Junius 

Todington, Eng., w. of D. Lomax 

Strang, Neb., 8, of John II 

(ieorgetown, Mo., 8. of Jonathan 

Hickory Station, Ark., h. of Alex. A... 

Debenham, Eng., fa. of Ann 

Debenham, Eng , w. of L. Lomax 

New York city, w. of A. i;. Mitchell .... 



NAME. 



REMARKS. 

, w ofS. D. Ijomaz 

. w ofA.«; Short . 

Farmer'* Kxcbanec; Tenn^ bos. of N . 

Kdwards 

I'knqoer Oo^ Va . fa. of Elizabeth W.. 
Faaquer Co , Va., w.ofGen.I^I^I jomax 

Mamfleld. Va.. bus. of M. Tayloe 

Stoailand. Mo , dau. oft'. I^niax 

Sloailand, Mo.. flaii.or(; liouiax 

KtotUfcuid, Mo , has. of C. Ivomaz 

StoaUand. Mo , s. of ('. Ijomax 

Beardstown, Tenn., w. ofA J D.(*ude 
.\bbenlle,K. r., w. of W. A. Wharton. 
roane*sOeek,Ind ,dau. of I>r JohnB 
Yooog'sCreek.Ind , dau.of Itev.Alfred 

Wakefield, Ky.. dau ofQuinUn 

London. Kn;;..w. of E. I^max 

Tosiealaasa. JVIa., bus. of I I. IMItman 

Meridiaii. TeT.. 3d w. of I. I^omax 

FayetteTille, .\rk . w. of T. Ijoniax.... 
Young's (rreek, Ind., dau. ofDrJohn B. 

I ineolii. Neb., s. of John 

(Doubtful , Kng , in chancer}' 

Ainsironh, Kng.. "yconian." will 

Ainswortb. Kng., "cluipinan" 

Abbeville.H «r,s of William 

Utile Lever.Eng.."i>ainler"wlll proved 

IJttle Ijever. Kng., *• gentleman " 

Bolton, Kng., s. of Johnson 

Abbeville. K C, w. ofP. liOmax. 

Cokcsbury, K. C. K. of Jejise A 

Simsboro. l.a.. s. of lion. Oeorge 51..., 
I^os Angeles, ("Sil., w. of W. 1^ (•raves.. 
Long Island, N.Y.,dau. of Kev.John J 
Tnskaloosa, .\la . bus. of C. T. I..onutx . . 
Tuskaloosa, Ala., s.ofC.T. Ix)max.... 

Vicksborg. Miss , s. of C. T. I^Aniaz 

Tuskaloosa. .\la., s €»f C. T. Loniax 

Tuskaloosa, Ala., dau. of C. T. I^max 

Tuskaloosa, Ala., s. ofC. T. l^niax 

Tuskaloosa, Ala., dau. of C. T. Ix>max 
Vicksburg, Miss., dau of C. T. I^max 
TuskalcMtsa. Ala., dau. of V. T. l.omax 
liirniingtiam. Ala., s of CT |j>niax.. 
Tuskaloosa, .\la., dau. of C. T. l.omax 
Tuskaloosa, .\la., dau of C. T. l.oniax 

Tuskaloosa, .\la , s. of C T l^uuax 

, M<l., fa. of IU'lxt^-31 

, Md , ilau of lion lJe<»rgo.. 

Btsirdstown, Tenn., s. of James 

Mousctail, Teiin., s. of-loliu 

Kng 

, Kng., dau. of Stephen 

<'ambridge, Kng.. of Normandy 

Cedar Rapids, lu 

, Kng., w. of I> lx>max 



Owens. Addie ... 
Ozment, Abaline 
Pace, John 



about 1863 
about IiS3 
about ISn 



Page. Dr. Allen 

Page, Elizabeth Winter 

Page, Mann 

Palmer, Amanda 

Palmer. Kdith 

Palmer, J. II 

Palmer, Ilobert I^ee 

Patterson, Elnora 

Paty. Margaret 

Panlimi Iximax 

Paulina E. Lomax 

Pearl I>omax 

Peffer. Mary 

Pennell, Dr. John H. ... 
Perciville, Mrs. Belle ... 

Perkins, Eliza 

Permllda Ix>max 

'Perry Lomax 

Peter Ix>max 

Peter Ix)max 

Peter Ix)max 

Peter I^max 

Peter Ix)max 

Peter Ix>max 

Peter Iximax 

Pettis, Mary H 

Pettis E. A. Ixjmax .... 

Philip Emet Lomax 

Philips, Laura 

Phoeba Sophia Ix>max . . 
Plttman, Alfred B.. E 
Pittman, Alfred Buekner 
Pittman, Arthur T... 
Plttman, Barton Lomax 
Pittmau, CharlottT... 
Pittman, Ernest Waller 
Plttman, EvaHtanton. . 
Plttman, lrenalx)max. 
Plttman, Kate Htudwick 

Plttman, I.K)inax 

Pittmau, Lucile Moore . 

Pittman, Uosalia O 

Plttman, Thornton H .. 

Plater, Hon. Oeorge 

Plater, Rebecca 

I'leasant I iOmax : . 

Pleasant (; lx>max 

P. Ix>inax 

Plome, Mary 

Plome, ll<)l»ert 

Plumbe, A. G., Esq .... 
Plumbe, Kllzabeth 



about 1816 ... 
about 1811 ... 
about 1751 ... 
about 1K70 ... 
about 1873 ... 
about Ifttf ... 

about 1»«S 

about 1858 ... 
about 1835 ... 
June 22. 1M2. 
Dec 6. 1875 .. 
Feb. 24. 1F8".. . 
about 1778 ... 
about 186f ... 
about 1865 ... 
about I»a ... 
April 20, 1891. 
about 1840 ... 



April &. ISgJ 



about 1720 ... 
about 1752 ... 
ab<mtl795 ... 
about 1798 ... 
about 1801 ... 
about 1830 ... 
about 1797 ... 
about 1878 ... 
Sept. 4, 1888.. 
about 18;W ... 
about 1865 ... 
Dec 27, 1811 . 
May 20, 1883 . 
Jan. 4, 1870 .. 
Aug. 13, 1876. 
Jan. 26, 1878. . 
Feb. 5, 1872... 
July 16, 1879 . 
April 21, im, 
Nov. 17, 1K«I. 
Oct. 31, 1866 . 
Oct 5. 188 { . . 
Sept. 20, 1873 
Dec. 15, IKH5 . 
about 1U'J;{ ... 
about 1723 ... 
about 1841 . . 
Aug. ;{0, 1875 . 
about 182!1 ... 
about irm ... 
about 1176 ... 



about 1765 . 
about 1797 . 
Julys. 1831 
about IMS . 
about 1846 . 



March 30, 1887 



Nov 30. I8M 



about laHiJ 



NAME. 



BORN. 



.D. I 



REMARKS. 



Pluiulie, (ieor^jo.. 
riumbe, .loliii... 
PluilllR', .loliu ... 
Phimbe, .lolin... 
riiiiulie, stoiilicn. 
IMiimlH-, William 
rohlliig, Kllcii ... 
I'ol.liiif,', Ihuiiiali 
PoUlin-, Ucmy... 
Pul.liiiK. \\illi:nii 
Polly l,.)max .... 

l'"lly l.oum.K 

Puli.y \n\\ Loinav 
Polly .Vim hoiiiaj 
J'lM.l, .Asbiiiy VV.. 
Pool. Heiijairiiii . 

Pool, Klijaii 

I'ool, Klizabflli .. 
Pool, I'lvii M..I. . 

P(jol, .lolm 

Pool, .lolm II 

Pool, Kaclii'l 

Pool, Itlioila .laiit 
PcKil, Sarali .V. .1. 
I'ool, Vcrli'ulu (• 
I'ool. William v.. 



laix.iit um 
jahoiit ir,(;o 
about 1.-.K7 
|about Ui.;. 
I a bout l'i<i2 



about iti()!t 
)out HiiJ 



about 1S41 
about 17 ri 



. iabou'. 170.5 

, lala.ul I7K(; 



Hon. 



Pos.sibk; inct 

Pratt, llileii 

Pratt, .laiiR-s 

Prcdmorc, K 

Presslcy, IjC 

Prt-HslPi' T. I 

Price, .lolm' 

i'riscilla I. on 

^,1 P)in,,'lo, Al.sl 

\1 Pullman, .Ja 

v\ Quintin Loii 

'A (.^uintin l.oiuax 

tjuiiitin Kdison IjOhi 
-*<iuintin \V. Poniax 

K. A . Lomax 

Kaby,.Ios.-i)hine. .. 

Hacbel l.omax 

Ka.'lul l.oma.x 

Ka.-b.l I.oma.x 

Ka.-b.l .\nii 1 ax 

Kacb.l (' l.omax ... 

Kalpb l.ouiax 

Ualpli liOniax 

Kalpli I,.. max 

Uam|..y, K, ,\ 

Itanilall l!!!/:; b.l b . 

ICandoli.h. (;<>v.'I1m> 

Itayburn A. On. In, 

Itaybiirn, K.s. Davi. 



f (I 



I.Marcb'-'i. ISJ.t 
March •J:i, lhl7 
Nov. 11, IHir. 
•May H, 1«;W .. 
Marcb K, IHiO 
May i:i, 1S2H 
\pril lis, IKK) 
.June 10, 1770 
.May 1!», 1h:!2 .. 
.\!ay 2!t, l«L'(i .. 
.May '28, IH.iO .. 
Oct. 17, 1K21. . 
.Sc))!. H, IKIi. . 
.Marcb 2 1, ls;;i 
about IKSl) .... 
bumam t'ami 



\pril 7. lK)i> 



Sept. 21, 1K7U. 
Ian. II, 1S79 . 



•o. .-il, IHK7 
out IKll 



1,S02 
ISl'.l 



July 20, LSI I . 
ibout IK',:! ... 
May ;j, I8o2 , . 
Nov. 12, IKOO 
Feb. 20, IKV.) . 
.May I.""), lh7H . 
May IK. IK(i7.. 
about IWil ... 
Nov. 27, IHW. 
Nov. 17, I7HI 
Auf4. 22, 171)1 
Nov.a. 1H(»-. . . 
Dec. i'-,, |s;.S. . 
All-. 2.-.. IKt.--,. 
All!,' 22, bi'iO . 
Oct II, 17 '.'■.. 
.luiV 2li, I7KI 



.April : 
about 



\ug. 5, 1801. 



Nov. 21, 1K17. 
Dec. IK, IK72 . 
,luly :i, IK!i:! .. 



ibout 1000 
»ct. 20, 1770 
Inly, IKII. 



Inworth, Eng., fa. of .John | 

Moxloid, Kng , fa. of Kli/.abeth | 

, Kng., s. of Stepben 

came to .\inerica, s. of ficorge 

, Kng., .lolin'.s brother 

. , s of Stephen 

Ilarwood, lOng., dau. of A. Lomax — 
llarwood, Kng., dau of A. Komax .... 

Ilarwood, Kng., s of.V.Komax 

llarwood, Kng., lius. of A. Lomax 

Danville. Ky., dau. of Thomas 

Young's Creek, I n<l., dau. of He ..Alfred 
Young's Creek, Ind., dau. of .lonathan 
Young'sCreek,Ind.,dau.of Dr. John B. 

Yarnaby, I. T , .s. ofT.iJ.Lomax 

Abingdon, 111 , .s. ofT. G. Komux 

Wurrei) Co., Ky., s. OfT. (i. Loniax.... 
Warren Co., Ky., dau. ofT. G. Lomax. 
Warren Co., Ky.. s. ofT. G. Lomax... 

, Ky., bus. OfT. O. Lomax.. 

Wetmore, Kan.s., s. of T. O. Lomax ... 
Warren Co., Ky., dau. ofT. G. Lomax. 
Warren Co., Ky., dau. ofT. G. Lomax. 

Afton. la., dau. ofT. G. Lomax 

.Spring Kanch.Neb., dau. of T.(i. Lomax 
Williamslown, Mo., s. ofT. (J Lomax 
llasUell, Tex., dau. of Kiebard C 



Abbeville, S. C., dau of M. J. Keller., 
.Abbeville, S. C , 2d bus. of M. J. Keller 
Arapuho (^o., (^'ol., w. of J. D. Lomax .. 

. Miss., bus. of M. Lomax. .. 

Keokuk, la., .s. of .fudge .John T 

(ietieva, N. (.; 

Young's Creek, Ind., dau. of Dr. .John H. 
(!barlcston, S. C., bus. of >L E. Lomax 

Sbinn, 111., w. of J. Schneider 

Paoli, Ind., s. of Jonathan 

Wakefield, Ky., s. of Josephu.s 

Young's Creek, Ind., s. of Wellington . 

Young's ('reek, Ind., s. of Abel 

Clay Co., Ga , (suicide) 

Holmes Co., Miss., w. of C. H. Lomax.. 
Martin Co , Ind., dau. of William P.. .. 

Abbeville, .S. (,'., dau. of .lames 

Lomax. 111., dau. of Uobert 

Taylorsville, Ky., dau. of .loscpbus.. .. 

., dim. of William T 

North Shields, Kng., 



obago, V: 

obago, V;i 



V of Uev. .lobn 

)f Lunsford 

fMaJ. Thomas. 

s.C , w. of.I. .\. Louuix.. 

, w. of M. V. L<jmax ... . 

Va., bii.s of Ml.'t.s .l.llers. 

Ma., .lau. of i;. Lomax... 

Alii., bus, of K. Loma\ .. 



NAME 



BORN. 



Uayhurn, Diivid .lesse .. 
Uiiylnirn, .laiiu's Hotlges 

Kiiyl)m-n,.Ios.i)li A 

Uiiybuin, Niiiicy Ann .. 
Huybmn, Saruli June. 

HaylHiru, William I 

Keat), Keniiie 

Rebecca liOma x 

Uebeeca Loinax 

KebeccaTaylue IvOmax.. 

Keed, Annt! Maud 

Keed, Kdllli Louisa 

Heed, Oilman 

Heed, Howard (iilinan .. 

Keltf, Susannah 

lU-yuolds, Klla . .. 

Iteynold.s, Jessie 

Ulee, J P 

Kieliard Lomax .. 

KIchaid lA.ma.x 

Klcliard l.omax 

Kiehard I,omax 

Uicluird l-omas 

Kiehard I.oniax 

Richard Lomax 

Richard l.oniax, (i.nl... 

Richard I.omax 

Ri.hard Lomax.Ocnt... 

Richard l.omax 

Richard Lumax 

Rlclmrd l.omax 

Richard Cooper l.omax . 
Richard O. l.onriax, Ks(|. 

Richard d. l.omax 

Richard (1. I.oinax 

Richards. l.omax. l)r... 
Klcliard Stuart l.omai.. 

Richardson, Anna 

Kichardson, Benjamin.. 
Richardson, l-'.dda 

Richardson, Jacob 

Rlchard.son, Jane 

Richardson, Jes-xe A 

Richardson, John I. 

Richardson, Mary 10 

Richardson, Mlltiit K ... 

Richardson, Mr 

Richardson, Robert W . 
Richardson, Salllo W .... 
Richardson, Thomas . I . 
Richardson, William... 
Richardson, William H 

Rickey, Jamci 

I'llla Ann l.omax 

1 bl' • •■-uyde 



April i;!, 1H2*J 
Decs, 1821.. 
Dec. 28, I83J. 
Iune2ti. 182!) 
March ,H), 1k;W 
.March 10, IS; 
about 1KI>8 . 
Jan. (i, 18.51 . 
alDont 18iR) . 
May 13, 177« 
Keb. 2,0, 187r) 
.May 2:i, IHT'.i 
about IH."»2 . 
Sept. 18, IK77 
Nov. Hi, 1781 
about 18")() .. 
about 18(>8 .. 
about 1847 .. 
about l.'VIt) .. 
about ir.(i2 .. 
about ir)78 .. 
about l.")K'J .. 
iU)OUt 1012 .. 
about 10 10 .. 
about IW)8 .. 
about 170ii .. 
about 17:il .. 
about I7..;i .. 
about 1774 .. 
t IKOO .. 



DIED. 

Aug. 15, 1822. 
Dec. 21, 1840.. 
Oct. 4, 18;{7 ... 
Oct. 8, 183.1... 
Dec. 18, 1871 . 
■t. (i, 18;!.l ... 



REMARKS. 



June 
Inly I 



about 1G8.5 ... 



abo 
about mV) ... 
.Ian. 12, 18.")8. . 
about \Ha ... 
about 178r) .. 

in IKCJ 

iu 1h:I2 

in IStil 

in 1818 

July 11, 1871 
July 14, 1886 



lUt 1801 ... 
about 1824 ... 
S(!pt. li. 18;V). 
(»ct. 17, !«.');(.. 
Sept. 17, 18.57. 



10, 180; 



about 1802 .. 
Keb. 18, l.SOO. 
July 18, 1808. 
Jan. !t, 1801.. 
about 1828 .. 
Feb. 14, 185!*. 
about I8.(4 .. 
Oct. ;«), 1>MM. 
about 1.114 .. 



18.50. 
1870. 



Ian. 29 1870. 



about 1771 
ibouL 177!) 
ibciul 1801 
a»iut 181!) 
Niarch 10, 



.Ian. 2-2, IK17. 
18.5.! 



June 2, 1800.. 
dead 



-<ei)t. 18, 1872. 



, .Ma., s. of K. l.omax 

— , Ala.,s.ofK 'l.omax 

, .\la., s. ofK. liomax 

, Ala., s. of E. l.omax 

— , Ala , s. of E. I-oniax 

, Ala., .s. of E. Lonnix 

Holmsville, .Mitis., w. of J. R. Tray lor. 

Rogers, Ark., dan. of Silas R 

Young's Creek, Ind., dau. ofCyrus ... 
Fredericksburg, Va . dau. of Maj T .. 
Wyandotte,Kans., <iau.of 1.. .\. l.omax 
Wyandotte, Kalis., dau. olL.. v. l.omax 
Wyandotte, Kans , bus. of 1. .\.Ix)max 
Wyandotte, Kans., s. of I. A. l.omax . 

Orange Co , Did , s. of J. l.omax 

Williamsbnrg, Ind , w. of J. A. Cranor 
Mansfield, Da., w.of W. ID Kichardson 
Beardstown.Tenn., luis. of C Welhurn 

I'illsworth, Eng.. fa. of James 

, Eng., in chancery 

lUiry Parish, Eng., mar. Ann Dord .... 

Dittle l.evt.'r, Eng , "yeoman" 

Pillsworth, Eng., s of James 



Dever Parish, Eng , will proved 

Harwoud, Eng., s. of ,Iohn 

Pillsworth, Eng., mar. 11 Ueywood 

llarwood, Eng..s of.D.hn 

Itollon, Eng, gentleman 

Rrightment. I'.ng., "Crofter," adin 
Clayton Hall, Eng., h. of Richard G 

London, Eng., lawyer 

Huykell,Tex., s. of James A 

Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of James, F;9<i... 

(doubtful), Clayton Hall, Eng 

Clayton Hall, l-'.ng , k of Thomas Esc^. 
Fredericksburg, Va., s. of Thomas D .. 
Fretlericksburg.Va.,H. of Dr. Richards. 
( edar Creek, Tenn., Ist w. of A. Ixjmax 

, s. of D. A. Domax 

Cedar Creek Landing, Tenn., s. of M. 

(; Hrodly 

Perry Co , Tenn., Iiiis of M. C. Rrodly 
Mousetall, T»;nn., 2(1 w.of A. Donnix.. 

, Tenn , h. ofD, A. Lonnix.. 

Turner, Ark., h. of L A Domax 

■, dau. of D. A . Domax 

Turner, .\rk., dau. of D. A. Domax 

Stcadliam, .Ma., luis. ofl). Domax 

, s. of D. A. Domax 



Manslleld, Da., dan. of D. A. Domax .. 

Turner, .\rk, s. of D A. Domax 

Shelby Co., Tiiin., hiis of D.\. Domax 

Manslleld, Da., h. of D. A Domux 

HaiiilltonCo.,In(l.,hus.of.\.i; Haughey 
Young's Cre.k, Did., dau. of Rcv..Mfred 
. iMig., bus. ol M.ilcClaylon 



NAME. 


BORN. 


DIED. 


REMARKS. 


PAOl 


Mshton, Henry de 


about 1417 




IlishtoD Kng fa. of Isabel 


,1(1 






Clayton Hall, Eng.,w. of H.Grirashaw 
Orangeville, lad., w. of L. P. Brown.'. 

Uason, N. C, w. of H. P. Lomax 

UockinghamC^o ,N.L'. , fa. of Martha J. 
Fredericksburg, Va., dau of Thos. L.. 
KingtieorKeCo., Va., dau. of Thos. L.. 
I5radshaw Hall, I'^iig., "(ientlcnian ".. 
North Shh'lds, Eng., s of U:;v. John .. 
llosfombc, lOng., signed Penn's will... 

, Ala , s of Williaiii 

Harwood l-.ng fa of Uobi'rt 


3« 




about 1817 .... 




am 


toiu-li, Mrtrtha.I 

toivcli, Thomas, Esq. ... 


Oct. 1.5, ISiG... 
about IHll .... 




175 
17.S 






88 


{oborta I,. Loinax 


about ISIO ... 




172 
4(1 


totiert Loiuiix 

lobert Loiunx 

lobert F.omax 


Dec. L', ICTO .. 
about i'i7.") ... 
about 171M 


D.'c. 2:{, 1070... 


75 






77 


ilobcrt Loinax 

RolK'rt I.oinnx 


about 17(i7 

about 1770 

June 2"), 1775.. 
about 17,S0 .... 
about 1800 


in IS,!! 

about 181.') .... 

March 5, WW . 


Harwood l'",n" s. of Ilichard 


K'f 


Harwood, I':ng., cotton manufacturer. 


8( 

87 


Robert I.ornax, Esci 


Holtou, Eng., s. of Uobert 

Harwood, Eng., s. of Uobert 


90 
111 


Robert I-oinax 


about 18()(» ... 

about 1S1;{ 

Feb. Vld, 1820... 
about 1829 


Sept. 21, 182L. 


Harwood, Eng., IMagistrate 

Loma.x 111., h of Uobert 


111 

134 




Williamsburg, Ind., s. of Hon. Abel... 
Lomax, 111 ,s ofWlllla.n 


flii 


Uobert A. Loinax 

Uobert Albert l.omux ... 
Uobert Aiuusii l.oiiiax. . 
Uobert Ernest Lonuix .. 


IKH 


March 27, IKUO 
May 20, IHO.i . 
about 18 1-") 




Simpson's Store, N. i; , s. ol Ilam'n P. 


175 

'248 


Harwood l'"ng. s of Uobert 


?(IK 


about 1878 




Cryslal Springs, Miss., s. of Kenedy 11. 
.Vugusta, (Ja , 8. ol William J 


2:10 


{obert James Louiax 

itobert James Lomax ... 


Sept. ,'), 18(;:{ 
July 13, 188i .. 
Oct. :{, 1870.... 


:::jmi:::. 


149 
?40 


young's ('.--eek, Ind., s. of Uev. Alfred 

Ilock Creek, Ark., s. of Charles II 

Meridian. Tex., s. of James A 

— Kans., 8. of Dsmond 

flarwood Eng s of Uobert E 


\m 


iobert Lee I.oinax 

lobert Paine Lomax.... 

lobert Uush [-omax 

lobert Walter Lomax... 
lobertB, Daniel Leonce . 


Jan. 18, 1871 .. 
May 8. 1874 . . . 
about 1811 .... 
about 1870 


.\pril 28, 1888 . 


177 
141 

124 

?08 


Keb 10 18S0 




Hud.son, Kans., s. of M. E. Smith 

Augusta, Cia., w. of W J. Lomax 

Uritton, Ark., s. ot M. E. Edmonds. . 
Ilrltton, Ark., hus. of M. 10. Edmonds 
hus of (,'. M. Catt 


•?;«) 






140 








m 


loberts, (ieor^e W 

loberlK, Henry 

llobertH, Clicstcr J 






m 


about lM(i!) 




•/:<! 






Hudson, Kans., s. ol M. i). Smith 

London, lOng., hus. of AL Lomax 

IJrilton, Ark, 8. of -M. )■:. Edmonds.... 

Hockport. 111., w. of S. 11. Lomax 

UocklnghaiH Co., N.(;., w.ofS. Lomax 
Hudson, K'anH.. 2d hus. ol M. E. Smith 
Hrlllon, ArU., (lau. of M. K. lOdmoiidH. 
.Anderson, S. C , hus. ol ('. .1. Adams.. 

, hus of N. S. Lomax 

Hudson, Kans., s. of M Iv Smlih 


Z\H 


about ItiH'.l ... 
about IKliM 




02 


{oberls, Liibcty 

CoberlH, Martha .A 


•?:*\ 


.Ian. 21, IHi!)... 




m 
111 








2.10 


folicrts. Uoatum 






nil 






l,V^ 


;toh<TlH, \\'llllan\ 

loherlH, Wm. Henry... 


nlioul is:tl .... 
Nov 17, 1K82.. 
about 1 JG ' 




18:') 
2:)ll 
41 




about 1H7I .... 
Feb. 10, lH-,1... 

about MJHI 

uhoMl IHCH 


.Ian., 1872 


Meridian, Tex., dau. of Israel 


220 


tosalla Oclavia Lomax. 
(<me, Maiy 


l','8 


Child wlcUhuty, ling., w. of C. Lonnix. 
Clou (Jrovc, Mo,, hus. of S. Lomax .. 
Ni w < iardcn, N. C, w. of N. l''arrlrinlou 
_ w.ol i;. A. Lomax 


i>:i 
V/.7 


loHH, .Mail ha 

CoMH, Mary 


ill 




100 
v.v/ 


.Miincle, Ind., 2d w. of Hon. < >.N. Cranor 
Escoiidldo, Cal., K. ofti. W. Loiuax.... 


Vfll 


toy Einmcrhon Lomax. 


Die. 18, 181)0... 


Vug. 7, IH'Jl'. .. 


2.yj 



NAME. 



Hoy, Dr. .huiieH 

Hoy, .luincH 

Koy, Mimt,'() 

Kucl, Sarah (?1 

Uulns I'.l/.eiie I,()iM!ix.... 
Kufiis Marlon Loinax . . 

Uiishwurlli \l>'U'n 

llasliw'orlli, U(.l)crt ... . 

Huss.'l, Kli/iibctli 

Uiisstll I,omax 

Russell, Willis 

Ruth Lf.niax 

Ruth Jane l-oinax 

RiUherford L. I.<Mnax.. 

R. T. I,omax 

Ryder, Anne 

Ryder, Anne 

Ryder, Benedict 

Ryder, Cliarlotte 

Ryder, Rev. Dudley . . 

Rjder, Dudley 

Ryder, Dudley 

Ryder, Kll/abelh 

Ryder, Krancl.s 

Ityder, l.onia.'i 

Ryder, Mary 

Ryder, Mary 

Ryder, Richard 

Ryder, Riehard 

Ryder, Richard 

Ryder, Robert 

Ryder, Sarah 

Ryder, Tlionias 

Ryder, William 

Sabiua Loniax 

Saimnneyer, Samuel.... 

Salina Lomax 

Salllc Louiax 

Sallie Kila Lomax 

Sallie Wellluid Lomax. 
Sanimon.s, I.uura Ali(;e. 

" Samuel I.omax 

Samuel I.omax 



Lou 



imuel L 



BORN. 

iboul 1712 .. 
ibout 17<i(i .. 
il).)Ut ITIU .. 
about 171)7 .. 

,\prii 1, ma 

Ian 11, isti2. 



REMARKS. 



it l.")SH 



about l.")(i! .. 
about 1«12 .. 
April l.{, 18i;i 
about 17H9 ... 
about 168S ... 
.Jan.;U, l«r>;i.. 
Aug. 4, 1K76. . 
April 'Jl, l«r2 
about l(M(i . . . 
al>out 17i'! ... 
about Kitil ... 
about 17;i5 ... 
about 16'2'J .. 
about ItiiiS ... 
about 1717 ... 
about l(i()l) ... 
about ir>( 
about 1721 
about lli.">l 
about 17111 
about l(i02 .. . 
about l(iH7 ... 
ibout I71o ... 
vbout KiUO ... 
about I0.")8 ... 
about n.'il ... 
about 16H9 . . . 
Aug. 30, l«IJl) . 
about 1854 .. . 
Aug :!0, 186.1, 
about 1870 ... 
Sept. H, 1800 



May 



Feb. 15, 1888. 



Samuel 



Lomax 

Lomax 

Samuel Cross Lomax... 
Samuel (iai rett Loma.T 

Samuel II. Lomax 

.Samuel .le.ssf Lomiix .. . 
Samuel .l(ss(! Lomax... 
Samuel .1. 'I'llilen Loma 

Samuel K. Lomax 

Samuel Wesley Lomax 



about 18(J7 .. 
Dec. l(i, 1702. 
about 182!l .. 
,1 an. 211, 1811. 
Jan. 8. 1877.. 
about 1881) 
aboiil 1880 
about 18<iO ... 
Nov. 'n, 1870. 
about 18 
l''eb. 11, 187!) 
Kcb. 1, 1887.. 
about 1870 .. 
March It, 180.1 
•July U), 1810 
.luiie 11, 1825 



Aug. 20, 18;i.i. 
about 1811 ... 




.\ug. 20, 1880 
April I, 1881 



Kssex Co., Va., bus ol <'. Lomax 

Isssex Co., Va., s. of C. Lomax 

Kssex Co., \a., s. of <V Lomnx 

Williamsburg, Did., w. ot .) . Lewis ... 
Mound City, Kans., s. of A. Lomax... 

, s. ol Henry .1 

Cliiylon Hall, Kiig., w.of N.fJrimshuw 
Iied<llesoni Hall. Kng., fa. of Helen ... . 

, Tenn., dan. of S. Lomax. 

Dunklin Co., Mo., s. of .John 

I'erry Co., Tenn , luis. of S. Lomax .... 

St. Albans, Eng., dau. of Joi^hua 

Young's Creek, Did., dau. of Lenlsfoid 

Boomer, Mo., s. of Dr. William M 

Waverly, Tenn., s. of Josiah 

Bed worth, Eng., da'u. of Rev Dudley.. 
Bovingdon, Kng., dau. of A. Lomax. 
Halloughtou, Eng., 8. of Rev. Dudley . 
Bovingdon, Eng., dau. of .\. Lomax... 

Bedwortii, Eng., s. of Robert 

Nuneslon, Eng., s. of Rev Dudley 

Bovingdon, Eng., s. of A. Lomax 

Bedworlh, Eng , dau. of Rev. Dudley . 
Bedworth, Eng., dau. of Rev. Dudley 

Bovingdon, Eng., s. of -V. Lomax 

Bedwortti, Eug , dau. of Rev. Dudley . 
Bovingdon, Eng., dau. of A. Lomax .. 

London, I'Uig., s. of l!ev. Dudley 

London, Eng., s. of Riichard 

Bovingdon, Eng.. s. of .V. I,omax 

Wisbeck, Eng., fa. of Rev. Dudley 

fledwoilh, Eng., dau. ot Rev. Dudley.. 

Bovingdon, Eng., s. of A. Lomax 

Loudon, Eng., s. of Richard 

ITnion Grove, Mo., dau. ol Henry J. .. 
Williamsburg, Ind., has. of A. Cranor 

Union Grove, Mo., dau. of Henry J. . 

Duiant, Miss., dau. of Terreiice .1 

Rockingham Co., N. C., dau. of H. P.. 

Keokuk, la., dau. of R. T., Es<i 

Campbell, L T., w. of J. B. Edmonds .. 

I'erry Co., Tenn. He came from Ga. .. 
Toms, Tenn., s. of .lohn 

I'ortland, tire., s. of John T 

Linden, Tenn., s. of James 

. Miss,, s. of Kenedy H 

Durant, Mls.s., s. of Terreiice J 

Oxford, ()., fa. of .Mice 

Rockingham Co., N C., 8. of H. 1' 

Raymond, Miss., s. of Tillman 

Sim.sboro, La., s. of lloii. (ieorge .M . . 

Sim.sboro, La . k. of William I' 

Cokesbury, S. C , s. of Je.s.se A 

.Mcl';wen,Tciiii., s. of .lames W 

.\bbeville, S. C., s. of .Varon 

Simsboro, La., s. of I'eler 



REMARKS. 



sapp. Uolpliiiiii 

Siirali l.oiiiiix 

Sarah l.oiiiax 

Sanili I.oinax 

Sarah lA)!uax 

Sarah I.oniax 

Sarah Loinnx 

Sarah I.ornax 

Sarah I.otiia.x 

Sarah l.<-max 

Sarah l.oiiiax 

Sarah Ann l,oi.ia\ 

Sarah Ann Lomax ... 
Sarah Kinaliiu- l.oinax. 
Sarah Jane l.uniax 

Sarah Miirtjart-t I.tunax. 
Sarah Margaret I.omax 

Surah .--liort L(jniax 

Sarah Tayloe l,oniax .. 
Sanrultr.s, Hev. l'har)es 
.Saunders, .Mary trance 

Saul, Docia 

Savannah I.oniax 

Savannah l.acy Loinax. 
Savannah 1'. I.i.nia.x ... 



Srharvllh', Nan.-y ... 

Schin'l.lcr, Annie 

Mchneider, Harh.iia .\ 
Seluiei(hT, liarn.'y... 
SehnehhT, Ihullic ... 
Schneiihr, Charh-.s ... 
Sehneider, Klsuorlh. . 

Sehneider, Il.nry 

Sehneider, .laine.s 

Schnei(hr, .lanu 

S<'hii('i(ler, .lolin 

Schneider, .lolin 

Schndder, Kalli.'rine 

Schneider, r.ii/./.ie 

Sehneider, M:uy Ann 
Schneider, ojlir.l ... . 
SehneiiU'r. Uaeliel C 
Sdmeider, Susan ... 
S.lmeider, 'I'lieupi.ilii.', 
S.-lin.i.ler. '111. Unas .. 
S.'lineid.r, Wiley .... 
Sclineider, W illiain... 
Sehoonovrr, Mary Kll 

Seull, Arlliur 

S<:..ll, .li.hn 

Scott Malliulii 

S.-.,l|, |[(.l,ii| 



iibunt IT'Jl ... 
.\pril 2ti, l«Oi 
July 24, IKil . 
l»ct. -J. IKl! .. 
iihout 1811 ... 
;llK)Ut 1812 ..!... 
iboul IKH .... j... 

hec.;:,i,si.. ...... . 

.March IH, l«7()]... 
N<.\. 11, 



I May 7, IWiJ 
!.Ian. Id, KS!)2. 
!,July2(l, 1878 



<10 



Nov. 1.-,. 18- 
.\l)ril Hi. 1850 
.March 2(1, 18." 
Kcl). 8, 18.-)(; .. 
about ISl!) .. 
Jan. ly, 18fi5. , 
March .'i, I8(l.! 
.Ian. 27, 17'Jl. 
about 17y:i ... 
about 1H18 ... 
about 1801 ... 
.Ian. 21, 1K1.{., 
May 17, 182.". 
Sept. 2, I8.iir 
about 1801) ... 



.Ian. it, 1802... 
Del. lU, 1871. 
Oct. 18, 18ll!l. 
May 7, 1872... 
I'eb. 2, I8(i.i . 

.\pril .1, 1800. 
.Vlay 7, I8.',l... 
.Vu;;. 20, 18211 
Sept. 8, 1H:W. , 
AU''. 7, 1S0!I.. 



May II, I8.i:( . 
lice. 17, 1872 

s.'pi. II, I8:w', 



.lune l.i, I8:i7 
S.pl 2li, ISII 
Scpl. 8, I8.il 
al.oul 18(11 .. 
I''eb. !l, 1871 
about 1871 .. 



Aug. 2!>. 18.V) 
( let. 12, 1812. 



2:!. 1807 
17, ISOl 



Aug. II, 1870. 



.May 7, 18,87.. 

!)<•(•. II, I8lil. 
.May !l, I87!l . 



Jamestown, N. ('., w. of Dr. D. A. 

Arnitleld 

Little Lever, Kng., widow, will proved 
Heardstowu, Tenn.. dau. of Samuel . .. 

r.onuix, 111., dau. of Kolicrt 

Indianapolis, Ind., dau. of Hon. .Vbel . 
Sevier f"o., Tenn., dau. of Theophilus . 

Plca.'^ant Hill, 111 . dau. of Thomas 

, Va., dau. of John T 

Heardstowu, 'i'eun , dau. of .John 

<'cdar Creek, Tenn., dau. of .Anilrew. 
.MeK wen, Tenn., dau. of William 11 . 

l{ellt(jn, (J a., dau. of Augustus A 

, Kans , dau. of Omnond 

Clarion, Ind., dau. of Josejih 

Colorado .Springs, Col., dau. of Wm.P. 

Abbeville, S. ('., dau. of John W 

Chestnut (iap,(;a., dau.ofO. \V. A. J.. 

Koc.kford, 111., dau. of John 

.spencer Co., Ivy., dau. of .loscphus 

, Ala, dau. of Wlllium 

, Vii., dau. of Ma.j. Thomas . 

Co. Huttund, Kng., fa. of Mary F 

Clayton Hull, Kng. , w. oIT. Lomax.Ksq. 
Stafford Co., Kans., w. of .I.T.Harrison 

Abb.ivillc, S C., dau. of .lohn W 

Abbeville, S. C., dau. ot Aaron 

Abbcvill.', S. C., dan. orsainn.^1 It 

, w, ol II. II. I.omax 

Sbinn, 111., dau. of James 

Uo.'kporl, 111., dau. of Theopliilus 

Uocki.ort, III , 8. of Thomas 

Kockport, 111 
Shinn, 111., s 
Kockport, III. 
Kockport, III 
Kindcrhook, 
Kockport, III 
Kockport, 111 
Kocki.ort, III. 
Kockport, III 
Ko.kport, III 
Hull, 111., dai 
Ko.'kiioit, III. 
Shoal <'reek, 
Kockjiort, 111 
Kockport, 111 
Kockporl, 111 
Kockport, 111 
Kockport, 111, 



jfTliom 



, s. ofTheophilus 

III., s. ofH. Lomax 

, dau. of S. I.omax 

, s ofS. I.omax 

, s of 'I'heophilus 

, dau. of S. Lomux 

, dau. of T. Schneider.. 

I. OfS. Komax 

, dau.ofThonuis 

\rk., dau. of. S. I.omax. 
, dau. of S. l.omax 



w. 



I'heophilu.'- 
.1 l.onuix 
1". A. I.onii 
\ J. I.oma 
1,1. max ... 



NAME. 



BORN. 



Scott, Sus.'in 

Scott, Wiiilield 

Seaborn Loinux 

Seiiliurn Silas Lomax 

vSeiiborn S. J.oinax 

Segar, Helen Mary M 

Segar, Win. Francis, K^n 
S( nilt, Mary lOli/abcl li . 

Slmilracli Koinax 

Shallett, Es(i 

Shallett, Hannah 

Sliank, Anna 

Shank, .lo^n 

Shank, Nancy 

Sharple.ss, |Margeye 

Shelton, ,lanp 



Shepard, Baker 

Shepard, Don 

Shepard, E. H 

Shepard, .lolui 

Shepard, Maria K 

Shepard, Martlia I-. IJ. 

Shepard, Nancy 

Shepard, Nancy M 

Shepard, Sallie... 

Shepard, Thomas 

Shepard, Wil.sfni 

Sherman I.omax 

Sherwood, Carrie 

Sherwood, .lolin Y 

Shide, ('alli(rii)e 

Short. Abby L 

Short, All)ert C 

Short, Albert (i 

Short. Alfred 

Siiort, Alfred M 

SlKirt, Alfred M 

Short, Alice 

Short, Allen 

Short, Allen T 

Short, Anna Maria 

Sliort, Ann K 

Short, Annie M 

Short, ( 'omnans M . . . . 

Sliort, Cora H 

Short, iJora A 

Short, Kd(j;ar I{ 

.Short, J';ii/.al)eth 

Short, Klla M 

Short, lOmcl.N A 

Short, Kmma 

Short, Kmslcy Isaac. .. 
Short, OeorKc Walter . 

Short, Ida M 

Short, Isaac K 



IH4fi 

about 1811 .. 
.June 5, 17tr2 
Oct. !t, IM2.. 
Aug. 10, 1K77 
.\ug. 27, IS.^1) 
about l*iti .. 
May 21, !«.'■> 1 
about IKOO .. 
about 1700 .. 
about 172.T .. 
about 1«11 .. 
about 17H.1 .. 



It 17 



I bout ir,ry.i 
ibout lH;il 



ibout 18(« .... 
about lHfi7 .... 
about 183« .... 

about lK.")i) 

,Ian. .i\, IWv'J.., 
about IHtil .... 
about 1871 .... 
Feb. 10, IHOit.. 
about 18(>l ..., 
about lH(i.') .... 
about lS(;i) ... 
about IH(i7 .... 
about 18(m .... 
about 1810 .... 
about Uni .... 
Aug. 2<), 1878. 
Oct. 31, 1H.V).. 
Aug..'"), 18I(t... 
about 1800 .... 
,Iune 1!», IH'M. 
Feb. 2(i, 1876. . 
Feb. 17,1881.. 

ai)out am ... 

April 184,-) 

about \Sir, .... 
Dec 17, 187(i.. 
.July 7, 188!) .. 
Dec. 10, 1812.. 
Feb. 15, 1878 . 
Feb. 10, 1881.. 
Sept. l:J, 1881. 
Sept. 27, 1812. 
.Ian. 7, 18(18 .. 
Dec. II, I8(i5. . 
.Aug. 2, iKSIi.. 
.\ug. ;«), I87i». 
March 30, 187li 



1881 



Feb. I'J, rs.-).! 



REMARKS. JPA&E 

. dau.ofP. A. I.oniax ISO 

, s. of r. A. Lomax IfiO 

Abbeville, S. C , s. ofTerrence 108 

Meridian, Tex., .s. of .lames A li'S 

Meridian. T.X., .s. of Seaborn S .198 

Clayton Hall, Eng., dau. of .M. Eomaic. 241 

.Middle Temple, Eng., bus. of M. Lomai 18!l 

.lolinson. Ark., w. of W. T. Edmonds.. i;22 

Rockingham Co., N. C., s. of Moses .... Ill 

St. .Mbatis, Eng., fa. of Hannah 14 

St. .\lbans, Eng., l.st w. of C. Eomax. .. ()9 

Brooktield, Mo., w. of Capt. .1. Eomax. 126 

, Va.,fa. of Anna 126 

, Va., mo. of .\nna 126 

Holton, Eng., w. of E. l.oinax 42 

(iuilford Co., N. C., 1st w. of W. D. 

Farrington 174 

Beardstown, Tenn., s. of N. Wllbum. .. 188 

Beardslown, Tenn., s. of N. Wilburn.. 188 

Beardstown, Tenn., bus. of N. Wilburn 188 

Beardstown, Tenn., s of N. Wilburn.. 188 

Beardstown, Tenn., \». of .1. B. Cude. .. 2U 

Bearilstown.Teiin., w. of W. .1. Cude.. 247 

Beardstown, Tenn., dau. of N. Wilburn 188 

Beardstown, Tenn., w. of S. F. Cude. .. 250 

Beardstown, Tenn., dau.ofN. Wilburn 188 

Beardstown, Tenn., s. of N. Wilburn.. 188 

Beardstown, Tenn., s. of N. Wilburn .. 188 

French Dick, Ind., s. of Cyrus 2Vj 

N. Y. city, w. of J. A. Eomax 182 

N. Y. city, fa. of Carrie 182 

.Eng., w. of f). Ryder 60 

Mt. Airy, N. C, dau. of New ton P 195 

Mt. Airy, N.C., s. of Albert « 229 

Mt. Airy, N. (;., s. of E. Eomax. .. .. .... 1.51 

, N. <;., s. of K. Eomax 8« 

.Mt. Airy, N. C, s. of Albert G 21§ 

Mt. Airy, N;C., s. of Newton I' las 

Bigg Creek, N. C, dau. '^♦f Isaac E 224 

Mt. Airy, N. C., s. of E. I^oraax 87 

.Mt. Airy, N. C., s. of Albert CI 152 

, N. C!., dau. of E. Eomax ... 87 

Mt. Airy, N. (',., dau. of Newton P 195 

Mt. Airy, N. C, dau. of Jasper H 238 

Mt. Airy, N. C, s. of Albert U 199 

Mt. Airy, N. C, dau. of Alfred .M 218 

Mt. Airy, N. (!., dau. of .\Ifred M 218 

.Mt. Airy, N. C., s. of Alfred .M 218 

Jamestown, N. ('., dau. of K, Lomax .. 87 

.Mt. .Viry, N. (;., dau, of Albert (i 152 

Mt. Airy, N. C, dau. of Albert G 2i53 

Bigg Creek, N. C, dau of Isaac E 224 

Bigg Creek, N. C.,s. of Isaac E 224 

Bigg Creek, N, (;,, s, of Isaac E 224 

Mt Airy, N. C., dau. of Jasper H 2.38 

Bigg Creek, N, (;,, s, of Albert G 224 



NAME. 



ihort, James Albert. 

^hort, JaiiU'.s L 

>hort, Jane 

ihort, Jasper H 

>hort, Joiiatlum 

Sliort. .ronallian 15... 
'^hort.JonatliiUi J ... 

Short. I.yrtiii 

Sliort, M A 

.Sliort, Marcus 

Short, Mary K 

.Short, Mary U 

Short, Nconia K 



)rt, Nculoii 



r 



Short, N 

Sh(jrt, < »s<'ar 

Short, Uobert A 

Short, Sarah 

Short, Susan A 

Short, Susan Ablina 

Short, Tliankful 

Short, WlUiara Andrew. 

Short William N 

Shorter, Mrs. Caroline. .. 

S. I\ Lonuix 

Shugart, Albert 

Shugart, .Mice N 

Shugart, Arthur K 

Shugart, Rev. C. L 

.Shugart, Henry 

.Shugart, Nancy N ... 

Shugart.Sarah Elizabeth 

Shutt, Sarah K 

Shultlewiirth, H., Ksij. .. 
Shuttleworth, Joanna (U 
Shuttlew()rth,.lohii d.' .. 
Shuttleworth, N., Ivs.i... 

.Shuttleworth, italph 

Shuttleworth, Kichartl.. 

Sides, Ann 

Silas U. I,<jniax 

Simon I.otnax 

Skelton, HartlHMKO 

Skellon. UeuI.en 

SUidnioie, (ieorge 

Sloan, Am 15 

Sloan, Knla Klor.nec .... 

Sloan. J. C 

Sloan, Joseph Harnian.. 
Sloan, Julius W Inlord... 

Sloan, \\ils..ii i:ills 

Smith, Alh.rt 

Smith, Chailfs Wellon 
Smith, Danl. I l.e Koy .. 
Smith, Darwin lUdwell , 
Smith, 1) Van UrtxrUIln 



BORN. 

March 2' 
Oct. 18, I 
.March 23, 1795 
March .51, 1K>! 
about 1807 .. 
about 1772 .. 
July 21, 18t« 
about 17'J8 . 
May ti, 18.W , 
March HO, 18:ib 
Sept. 3, 1872. 
Aug. 24, iKtiO 
Sept. 27, 1«J7 
about I8tnt .. 
Kol) .S, 1811... 
April 16,1888 
Sept. 2, 18<i8. 
iiboiit 17(11 ... 
.May 18, 1870 , 
Sept 2, 1«74. 
•Sept. 27, 1812 
Feb. 3, 1878 . . 
Oct. 5, I88ii ... 
I bout l«22 ... 
\ug. II, 1861 
Feb. 8, 18 Hi.. . 
Feb. 1, 1877 . , 
Aug. 21, I87,"j, 
June 111, 18-19 
.^ug. 2.5. 1815. 
Dec. 2, 188.0... 
Vug. !t, 1«j5. 
about 18tk! ... 
bout l.')ir> ... 

bout i:f;i ... 
bout l:tii ... 
bout lti:(l ... 
liout U).".tj ... 



u im> 



ml IH12 .... 

I. L'8, 182;t .. 

.Ut 177H .... 
about 1731 .... 

• ut 172!) .... 
about 186.'> .... 
\|)rll 8, IS.Sti . 
.Maieh Id, 1881 
about 18.V) ... 
Oct. 17, 1883... 
Feb. 17, lH7il . 
Aug. f., M77 . 
about 1872 .... 
April 2(1, I8(KI , 
Starcli 2), IWiU 
.Ian. I.), IH8! 



Sept. 13, 1811 



l''eb. 25, IKSO 
Feb., IK23 ... 



•May 20, IH78 
Inly II. IMKI 



REMARKS. 

Bigg Creek, N. C, s. of Isaac E 

Mt. Airy, N. C, s. of Alfred M 

, N. C, dau. of E. Doraax . .. 

Mt. Airy, N. C, s. of Albert G.. . . .... 

, N C, 8. of F,. Lomax 

(Jreensboro, N. C, hus. of E. Lomax. .. 

Mt. Airy, N.C., s. ofAlbertG 

, N. C., dau. of E. Doraax .. 

Greensboro, N. C, .s. of Alfred 

Bigg Creek, N. C, s. of Isaac E 

Mt. Airy, N. C, dau. of Newtou P 

Mt..\iry, N.C., dau. of Albert G 

Mt .\lry, N.C, dau ofAlbertG 

, N. (;., s of E. l,omax 

Mt. Airy, N. C, h of Albert (J 

IMgg Creek, N. (!., s. of Isaac E 

Mt. -Viry, N.("., h. of Newton P 

Abbeville, S. (!., I.st w.of T. Lomax....' 

Mt Airy, N. C , dau. of Newton P 

bigg Creek, N (J., dau. of Isaac E 

Jamestown, N. C, dau of K. Lomax .. 

Bigg Creek, N. (.'., a. of Isaac E 

Jamestown, N.C.,.s. of Newton P 

Montgomery, .Ma , w. of (ien. T.Lomaz 

,s of Elijah 

Marion, Ind., s. of N . Lomax 

Marion, Did , dau. of C'. D. Shugart . .. 

Marion, Did., s. of C. L Shugart 

Marion, Ind., s. of N. Lomax 

Marion, Ind , hus. of N. Lomax 

Marion, Ind., dau. of C. L. Shugart 

Marion, Ind., dau. of N. Domax 

Marion, Did., 2d w.of J. .\. Kersey, Esq. 
(iawthorpe, Eng., hus. of A Grimshaw 
Clayton Hall, Eng., w. of II. CJrimshaw 

, Eng., fa. of.Ioanmi 

(iawthorpe, i:ng., la. of Ralph 

(iawt liorpe,'IOng , bus. of S. Grimshaw 

Gawthofiie, Eng , fa. of Nicholas 

Van Horn, Mo., w. of T. Le R. Charles 

Hock port. III , s of Theophilus 

Turton, I'".ng., " Veoman," will 

— , Va , 1st hus. of .M, W'ayles 

Sprlnglleld, Mo., hus of N, M. Lomax 

Mi(iregor, Tex.,s ofS A. Lomax 

.Mc(ire^or, Ti'X., dau ofS .\. Lomax.. 
.Mc(ii(gor, Tex., hus. of S. A. Lomax .. 
Mc(Jiegor, Tex., s. of S. A. Lomax . ... 
,Mc( i regor, Tex., H. of S. .\. Lomax ..... 

Mil liigor, lex., s. of .S. A. Lonnix 

, hus. of C. U. Spears 

Marlln Co., Did., h of .M..I. (.'harles. . . . 

I'n.lilo, C<.I.,H. of .M..L Cbark.s 

Pueblo, Col., K. of Daniel Le Roy 

I'Mcblo Springs, Cul., s. of N.. I. Charles 



NAME 



BORN. 



REMARKS. 



Smith, Elizabeth 

smith, Miirtha Einogene 

Smith, Martim Irenu 

Siuttli, Melissa 

Hmlth, Dr. M. l.oinax.... 

, 8mith, MorrlH, Ks(j 

jsmlth, Mr 

[Hmith. Dr. Nicholas. ... 

Smith, t)ra Elizabeth.... 

Smith, Stephen. E.sq 

iBinlth, Wlllium Wilder.. 
i Hinlth, Willlanl Wolcot 

' Hnui>e, Mrs 

' Bnape, I)r U. J 

I Sophia Rodson liOinax .. 

Sophia May I.oiuax 

' Sophroiiia Lonuix 

Spears, Alice Verlinda. .. 
I Spears, Bertli (Jrace . . .' . . . 

|9pears, Bessie Perzllla... 
.Spears, Charles William. 

I Spears, Clara Belle 

' Spears, Dorothy Mary... 
1 8peAt-s, Harry Otis 

Spears. Lou I'^mina ... . 
' Spears, Sherman 

fepears, William II 

Sperry, Julia 

Hperry, Minnie 

, Hperry, Moses 

Spott;rford, Welllor.l D.. 

Hprague. CMiaries (' 

Sprague, Lourie May 

Wpraeue, Milton J 

Sprague, Uollie M 

Sprague, Tliomas () 

Sprague, Fannie p 

Bpringiteel, Cliarles 

Springsteel, Hiram 

Springsteei, M'aiter 

Springsteel, Mr 

Spurlock, Mary June 

Spurlock. Susan Carolini 

Square, Robert 

Stanley, F. E 

Stanley, Bishop James.. 

Stiinley, Dr. J. II 

Stanley, John, Esq 

Stiinley, Joseph B 

Stanley, Nancy 

Stefan, Hololnon 

vt(teplicns, .Iiiiiii's 

Stewart, Dclllii K 



about 1748 ... 
Deo. 9, 18.57... 
.\pril 1,0, 1891 
about 1H:5(» ... 
atioul 1K.V) ... 
al)out I8:fl ... 
about 1811 ... 
Feb. 12, 1828. . 
\prll 18, I8tj8 
al)out 1780 ... 
Jan. ,11, lRti.{. 
June 5, 1K92 . 
about 181.! ... 
al)out 1811 ... 
about 182U .., 
at)OUt 1871 ... 
Nov., 1859 .., 
May 16. 188U 
Sept. 10, 1891 
Dee. 29, I88(i 
July \i\. 1884 
.Vug. SO, 1875 
Oct. li, 1882 . 
Jan. l:i, 1879. 
.\pril 7, 1877 
.luly 19. 1H80 
•iboul IHOti .. 
about 1808 .. 
about 1870 .. 
aboul 1808 .. 
about 184") .. 
.\pril 9, 1878 
Jan. Id, 188.i. 
Dec. 2:1, 1819. 
.May ti, 1888.. 
Feb. 9, 1891 . 
March :iO. 1881 
about 187.1 .. 
about 1872 .. 
about 187U .. 
al)out 18;il .. 
about 18V) .. 
about 18.53 .. 
about 1032 .. 
.\pril5. 1881. 
about ll:i.> .. 
al>out 1819 .. 
about llti.'") .. 
.VI arch 20, 1871 
about lK.i7- .... 
about 1820 .... 



June 12, 18(19 
June 12, 18G8. 



Sept. 12, 1801. 



July 28, 1881 
July 2-f, 1881 



Nov. :iO, 1888 
Oct. 20, 1880. 



Stewart, W. E 
Stiles, Nancy.. 



I8.lii 



It I8i;i 



about 1800 
about 1851 



Vaughn, Kans 
Vaughn, Kaus. 
Vaughn, Kans. 
Vaughn, Kans 



London, Eng., w. of C. Lomax 

Hudson, Kans., dau. of M. J. Charles .. 
I'ueblo, Col., dau. of Daniel Le Hoy.... 

Coo|)er Co., Mo., w. ofT I.omax 

London, W. Eng., Surgc<)t\ 

Washington City, lius of .\. M. Lewis 
.Montgomery, Ala., bus of C. (iraves.. 
.Martin Co., Ind., bus. of M. J. Cliarles 
Martin Co., Ind., dau. of M J. Charles 
Kingsbury, Eng , bus. of CJ. M Lomax 
Martin Co., Ind., h. of M.J. t;harle».... 

Pueblo, Col., s. of Daniel Le Hoy 

Bolton, Eng , niece of U. Lomax 

Bolton, Eng . hus. of Mrs. Snape 

N. Y city, dau. of John 

Birksvllle, Mo., Teacher, dau. of Alfred 
Abingdon, 111., dau. of Elijali 

Vaughn, Kans , dau. of S. E. CllfTtou.. 

Vaughn, Kans., dau. of .s. E. Cllffton.. 

Vaughn, Kans.. dau. of .S. E. Clifton.. 

Vaughn. Kans., s. of S. T.. Cllffton 

Vaughn, Kans , dau ofS. E. CUfllon. 

Vaughn, Kans., dau. of S. E.'CMttton . 
s. of S. E.Cllttton .... 
dau. OfS. E.(;ilffton.. 

s. of K. E Clifton 

luis. of S. E. Cllffton.. 

Falrrleld, Neb , w. of E M. ClitUon . .. 

Spring Kanch, Neb., w.of S.T. tniffton 

Brltton, Ark , hus of L, llolierts 

FortWorth, Tex., s. of Pressley T., Escj. 

Saltlllo, Neb., s. of M. F. Lomax 

Saltillo, Neb. dau. of M. F. Lomax... 

luis. of M . F. Lomax 

s of M. F. Lomax 

s. of M. F. Lomax 

Saltillo, Neb., dau. of M. F. Lomax .... 

Bedford, la., s. of M. A. Lomax 

Bedford, la., s. of .M. A. Loraai 

Bedford, la , s. of .M. A. Lomax 

Bedford, la., hus. of .M. A. Lomax 

Doniphan, .Mo , 2d vv. of W.J. Goodwin 

Doniphan, Mo., 1st w. of W.. I. Goodwin 

Clayton Hail, Eng., hus.of (J.Grlmshaw 

Beardst(jwn, Tenn., s. of M. C. Wilburn 

DicK-cse of lOly, Eng., fa. of John 

Beards^own,Tenn..hus.or.^LC Wilburn 

Melling, lOng , fa. of M. Harrington.... 

Beardstown, Tenn , s. of M. C.Wilburn 

Union (jrove.. Mo ,:id w.of H.J. Lomax 

Dilong, 111 , hus. of E. Tool 

Cushmun, Ark., 2d luis. of .M. . I. Ivy .. 

I'ocaliontas, Ark., 1st w. of J. T. 
Lomax. E.s(| 

Turner, .■Vrk., luis of .M. E. lUchardson 

Bogard, Mo., w. of J. A. Charles 



Saltillo, Neb 
Saltillo, Neb 
Saltillo, Neb. 



74 
2:t« 
212 
188 
2:11 
1«.'> 
202 
184 
181 

99 
181 
212 

90 

90 
ItW 
1.59 
138 

tin 

238 
238 
2.VS 
•2.57 
238 
238 
238 
iSH 
238 



NAME. 

Stout, Albert . 

Stout, Alfrod .. 

Stout, Amy 

sioni, Arcus I'.lsw.iilli . 

Sli.ut, lK;bbio 

Stout, Klswortb 

Slout, Hauii:ili 

Stout, Joliu 

Stout, Jouatlian l.cunax 

Stout, I.ji Fa.vfilc 

Stout, lA/./lv 

SlouL. Louisa 

Sl:at, LuMiau Ailbur . 

Sloul Mitclu'll 

Slout. Naucy , 

Stout, (irietta 

Slout. VosUi 

Stout., \'ictory 

Stout, WlUiaui lUoouier 

Stout, ZcMio 

StriiWhoni, William . .. 
Stuart, ("ol. C ha lies i: . . 
Stuart, Judge (has. K... 

Stunrt, Kate H 

Stuart, 1.. [,oiiuix 

Stuurl I,oMia,\ 

Sluurt Luiislbrd l.omax 

Stuart. Margaret U 

Stuart, Metu 

.Stuart, Kichard 

.•Stuart, Dr. Kiehard II.. 

Stuart, Roberta 1. 

Study, .\bby .Fosephine 
.study. A. Loniu.x, Ksij , 
Study, Churlotle .\uii 
Study. Klizabeth Smith 

Study, Henry 

.Stud.v, Herbert Guy . .. . 
Study, Horace G , Ksq. . 

Study, Ida There.se 

Study, Dr. JatnesM 

Study, Dr. .Joseph Nelsoi 
Study, Marllui Matilda. 

Study, Mary I.sabel 

Study, .Mary .Josephine. 

Study, Nancy .Vuna... 

Study, Richard 

Study, Robert l,oiua.\ . . 
Study, Thonui.s.f, i;si| 

Stud wick. KImyra 

siudwick, .Samuel 

Sue May I.oma.x 

Sulyard, Sir i;dward .. 
.Sulyard, Mary 



BORN. 

July ti, 1889 . .. 
Tune2H, ISVJ. 
■<epl. P>, IKJT ... 
July 21, iHC-i .. 
.March 10, ISS.-j 
.Nov. 21, lh77. 
aliout 1827 .... 
about IH2.J .... 
■^rpt. 2'!, IK-jl.. 
about 1S2T .... 
March 12, lKS7 
Ian. \U, l;S:)((. . 
July !i, IHHa .. 
■<cpt. 2), l,St;2.. 
Kob. 1, IS.5H.... 
Vug. 21, ISOU .. 
Ian. 2, 1801. .. 
-eh. 7, 1881 ... 
\pril 1, IH"j5 .. 
S'ov. 12, 18.72.. 
ibout 1819 .... 
ibout 182(; .... 
ibout 1818 ... 

ibout iH'il 

ibout 180.') .... 
ibout 182.'> .... 
ibout 1808 .... 
ibout 1810 .... 
ibout I8.'')2 ... 
ibout 1780 .... 
about [HM .... 
about \Hf>i> .... 
.June 25, 18.>i. 
sept. -1, 18i!» . 
July I!), 18:i.i . 
.Vpril 21. 18.(1 . 
ibout 18i;j ... 
Jan. 29, 1880. .. 
Ian. 22. 1819 .. 
ibout 1870 .... 
Sept. i:i, I8;<;V 
May .'il, 18.-)! . 
,\ug. 4. 1814 . 
Dee 2;i, 1810. 
April 15, 1871 



REMARKS. 



I, I8f8 



Ian 22, ,1877 
Feb 8, 1812 . 
Dec; 5. 1819 . 



>ut 



May 8, I87(i . 
Au^' 21, 1872 
alxuil 1405 ... 
about 1195 ... 



Aug. ;il, 1800 



Mari-b, I8(ili. 



Young's (Yeek, lud , s. of Zeno 

raoli, [nd., s. of.J I-oma.x 

Young's Creek, Did. ,dau of M.A.Doinax 

I'aoli, Did., s. of M. A. lA)niax 

Young's Creek, Jnd., dau. of Zeno 

Young's Creek, Did., s. of Zeno 

Paoll, Did., w. of ,J. r,onnix 

I'aoii, Did., hus. of J. I,oinax 

Shanghl, Did., s. of.M. A. Domax 

I'aoli, Did., bus. of .M . A. l.omax 

Young's Creek, Did., dau. of Zeno 

I'aoli, Did., dau. of .M. A. l.omax 

Shanghi. Did., s. of .lonathaii I. 

I'aoli, Did., s.of.I. l.omax 

Paoll. Did., dau. of .lane Domax 

I'aoli, Did., dau. of M. A. Lomax 

I'aoli, I nil , dau. of.J. l.omax ... 

^'ouiig's Creek, Did., 8. of Zeno 

I'aoli, Did., s of M. .'\. l.omax 

Young'.s Creek, Did., s. of M. .\ Doiuax 
.\bbevillo, S. C, 1st hus. of D. Domax.. 
Alexandria, Va , hus. of R. D. Loiuax. 
.Mexandria, Va., s. of R. L. Lomax .... 

, Va., dau. of R. L Lomax.. 

Richmond, Va., s. ofT. D. I^omax 

,Va., H. of Thomas L 

Richmond, Va., s. of Thomas L 

, Va., w. ofT. L. Lomax 

Alexandria, Va., dau. of R. L. Lomax. 
King GeorgeCo., Va., fa. of Margaret R. 

, Va., s. of R. L. Lomax 

KingOeorget,o.,Va , dau. of R.L. Lomax 
Kansas City, Mo., dau. of S. Lomax ... 

Itichmond, Ind., s. of S. Lomax 

Williamsburg, Did., dau. of S. Lomax. 

Dublin, Did. , dau. of S. Lomax 

Williamsburg, Ind, hus. of S. Lomax. 
Richmond, Did., s of .\bel L., Esq ... 

Indianapolis, Did., s. of .S. Lomax 

Riclimond, Did., dau. of Thos. J., Esq. 

MiMuplils, Tenn , s. of IS. Lomax 

Cambridge City, Did., s. ofS Lomax.. 
Santa Rosa, Cal., dau. of .S. Lomax... 
[ndianapollH, Ind , dau of.S. Lomai. 
Cambridge City, Did., dau. of Dr. 

.Ios<-ph N 

Indianapolis. Ind , dau ofS. Lomax 
Riclimond, Ind ,s of Thos J K.sq .. .. 

s of Abel L.. Esq.... 

a of S. Lomax 

w. of.J. T. Lomax ... 

Ea,, of Elmira 



id, Ind 
Riclimond, Did 
Riclimond, 1ml 
Dcmopolls, Ala. 
, Ala 



.Meridian, Tex , dau. of .lames A. 
Young's Crc(di, Did ,». of Abel .. 

Hawley, lOrig., fa. of .Mary 

Hawley, Eng., w. of ii. Lomax.. 



NAME. 



SuKfin I.oiiiax 



BORN. DIED. 

.julKiut IHIO ....| 



Kusaii Loiniix 

Susjin Lomiix 

SusHii Loinax 

Wusaii Alii'o l.oinax 

SiLsaiinali l.oinax 

Susaniiali Loinax 

Su.tannali T.oiriax 

Husaii'nah I.omax 

Susannah Loinax 

Swartzhouse, Mr 

Sweet, ElizalMtli. 

Sweet, John 

Hweet, Jarnsha 

Sweet, Mr 

Sydney I.oniax 

Sydney I,oiiiax 

Tallents, Kev. Francis. . 

Tando, lUilah M 

Tiuido, 10. K 

Tando, J. K 

Tayloe, Ann 

Tayloe, AniH'orbin 

Ann Corbin 

Itcttic 

CaMu'riiK! 

lOleunor 

KllzabeUi 

.John 

Tayloe, Hon. John 

Tayloe, Jane 

Tayloe, John 

Tayloe, Mary 

Tayloe, Rebecca 

Tayloe, Sarah 

Tayloe, William 

Tayloe, William 

Taylor C;. Lomax 

Taylor, Lucrttia 

Taylor, Mary Lizzie 

Taylor, Thomas 

Teaford, Dennis W 

Tealord, James W 

Teaford, John Lomax. . 

Teaford, Mr 

Temperance Lomax 

Temperance Lomax 

Temperance Lomax 

Temperance Lomax 

Temperance <}. Lomax 

Tempest, .Mice 

Td'mpcst, Lllzabeth 

Tempest, Sir Klclmrd..., 

Tempest, Ulchard 

Tompcsl, .Stephen 



Tayloe, 
Tayloe, 
Tayloe, 
Tayloe 
Tayloe 
Tuyloe, 



about 1821 ....lal 

about l«l.» 1.. 

about 1H5I ....|.. 
.\pril '21, 18.57 !.. 
Feb. i;, Kid.f .. N 
Sept II, 17 10..!.. 
about IT.'ii) .. .. 
Nov. l;{, 18-IS .. .. 
Sept. 4, 187;!. . |.. 
about 181.5 .... 
about l8Ui .... 
about 177^ .... 
about 1812 ... 
about 1811 .... 
Oct. 20, iKia .. 
March 2."), 18.51) 
about Ui2H ... 
July 5, 1888 . .. 
.May 2.5, 188! . 
about I8U:{ .... 

about IU!)2 

.\UK. Ii5, 1728 
,Iune7, 17.5i ., 
.May 28, 1721. ., 



>ut 1751 



about 



18 



It Kil'O 



Dec. 5, 1747.. 
Jan -SJ, I7:{5 
May 15, 1781 
!)<•<•. 21, 17!)S. 
I''eb. 2.!, 1815 



.Line 1, 1711 . 
April 18, 177'J. 
May 10, 181ti. . 
Keb. 2ii, 1828 . 
Jan. 27, 18:U . 
.Ian. 7, 18.55... 
Sept, 3, 18:5L . 



May 28, 1721 
about 17(iO . 
about 1702 . 
about 171)1 . 
about 17.V) . 
about 1701 . 

about 1000 I 

July 8, 1710.. .play 8, 1720 

March 31, 1818 June, 18' 

about 1702 .. 

about 1801 . 

aliout ISIU .. 

Nov. 7, 1877. 

Oct 2. 1814 . 

Oct 18, IS08 

about 18.5;i .. 

May 1, 17!i!».. 

Nov. 10, l,s:{5 

about l^.'t5 . . 

Feb. 15, 1852 ..| 

May 22, ISO! .. ,Ian. .il, 188: 
ab.iut 1107 ....I 

about io.;s 

about I tiO 
about 11128 
about 1UU8 



April 



REMARKS. 



KocUingham Co., N. 
('apt Moses 



dau. of 



Newton Co , Mo , dau of Theophllus . 

Deep Water, Mo , dau. of John 

Dee]) Water. Mo , dau of John 

Hock (reek. Ark, dau. of Charles II .. 
Fort Toba-io, Va , dau. of Rev. John.. 

I'ort Tobago, Va, dau of John 

Childwickbury, F.nt;., dau. of Calt.-b .. 
Young's Creek, Ind., dau. of Lentsford 
Younf^'s Creek, Ind., dau. of Wellington 

Louisiana, Mo., bus. of K. Lomax 

, Mo., dau. of II Lomax 

, Mo., bus. of II. Lomax 

, Mo., dau. of fl. Lomax ...'. 

, Mo., s. of H. Lomax 

Steadham, .Ma.. 8. ofTcrrence 

Steadham, Ala., s. of Sydney 

West Felton, Kng., hus. of.\. Lomax .. 
New Market, la., dau of .M. A.DeWeese 

New Market, la., of .M. A. DeWeese 

New Market, la., bus. of M. A. DeWeese 

, Va , dau. of William ....;. 

, Va., dau. of John 

Fort Tobago, Vii , w. of MaJ. T. Lomax 

Rlebn.ond, Va., dau. of John 

.Sabliu- Hall, Va., dau. of Mom. John.,. 

, Va , .lau. of IL.n. John... 

, Va., dau of Hon. John .... 

, Va„ s. of William 

Richmond, Va.. s. of John 

, \'a , dau. of Hon. John 

— •, Va , s of Hon. John 

, Va., dau. of Hon. John 

, Va., dau. of Hon. .lohn 

. , Va., dau. of Hon. lohn .... 

London, En<;, hus. of .\nn Corbin 

Richmond, Va., s. of John 

Fannin Co , Ga, s. of G. W. A. J 

Danville, Ky. w. of T Lomax 

Taylorsville, Ky . w ofQ Lomax 



Ilarwood, Eng , hus of H. Folding 
Young's (.'reek. Iiid ,s. (jfP.A.Ijomi 
Young's Creek, Did., hus. of F. A. Lorn; 
Young's Creek, Ind., .s, of F A Loirii 
Young'sCreek.Ind., hus of .M.E Lom 
Ferry Co , Tenn , dau of Samuel... 
MclOwen, Term., dau. of ^^'illiHm. . . 
Heardstown, Tenn , dau. of James. 
Mousetail, Tenn , dau. of James .. . 

.Ky ,dau of Elijah 

Clayton Hall En- , w of H Grimsbii 
Itroughlon, V'mk , w ol K (irimslia 

liraeewell, iMig , la of ,\ lice 

Ilnnigliton, Isng ,lius of !•: Grimshu 
IJroughton, Eng., fa. of Ellzab(.'th. .. 



7.i 

oy ( 



NAME. 

Tenna Atlela Loinax 

Teimont, Kli/.a 

Teiiueiil Lomux, (ion 
Tenueiit Loiiiiix, lOsq 
TeumMil. liev Wjllia 

Teireiu'e I.oiiiax 

TeiTL-iioe J Loiiiax . 
Tt-ny. Ki'UHr:i 



I en 



Sal 



T. O. I.ouiax 

Tliurp, KUii Auii 

Tlieophllus lAimax ... 
riuMHilnliis I.oiiKix 
■ni.'oplillus 10 Lomux 
■Ihigpoi., Henjaiiuii... 

riioiiinH l..()niax 

I'liuinas Loiiiax 

Ttiomas l.oniax . . 
I'liomas Loiiiax, Ks.i. 

Tliomas Linnax 

Thomas Loiiiax, Maj. 

ThuniHs l.oinux . . 

Thoinas l.oiuax . 

Tlioina.s Loiiiax 

I'hoiiuis Loifiax 

Tlioiaa.s Loinax 

Thomas l.omax 

Thomas Lomux ... 



Thoinas Loinax . 
Tlu)mas Lomux . 
Thomas Lomax . 
Thomas Lomax . . 
Thouias Ixjmax.. 
Thomas Lomax . 
Thomas Lomax, 
Thoinas Lomax . 
Thoinas Lomax . . 
Thoinas Loiuax . , 
Tliomas Barlou 1 
Thomas (Jcorge I 
Tliomas (ircaves 
Thomas Henry L 
Thomas L. Loma 



Esq 



Doc ;i(l, lH7il 
ahout 178:! .. 
Sept.. iKiO .. 



May M. l.S(i2 



)UI 



Thomas LiinsCordLom; 
Thomas LuiisfoiilLomi 
Thoinas LunsforaLomi 
Thos. ShaiJrach Loma: 
Thomas Wesk'v i,oma 
Thomas Wyalt Lomaj 

Thomas, .Amlrrw ,1.. . . 

Thomas, Chaprl 

■Thomas, i;th(lh<Ml... 
Thoinus, .John Henry 
Thomas, llev. Marcus 



ibout IH1!» ....| 

ibout IH-II ! 

ihout 1817 ....| 

ibout 1791 .... I Feb Mi, 18t)() 

Auu II, is:i0 I 

iboiil 1,S17 ...,in liilancy.. 



net 



aboill UiKti ... 
.Ian 2'), I74(J . 
about 1717 ... 

about 17.V) 

about 17(111 

aboul I7(il) .... 
about I7K.". ... jabout IMII 
about I7iili ... 'about IHJ7 
alioul 17'.tl about ISil) 



It 1801 



lune 1, 1805. .1 



about 18l'.l . 
nfancy 



bout iMO'j 
tbout 18(17 . 
in ISHi ... 
iboul I8i.j . 
ibout 18.(7 . 
ibout 1811 . 
.\UJ,'. .SO, 1817 



about l-.s 
about 1711 
about 188 
about 18') 



about 187;5 . 
.July 13, 181 1 



Nov. 'J), I7r8 ..'May 211, iHO.j 
ilioul I80.S .... : 



ibout I8:«i ....! 

luly I, 1872....; Nov. 
lune I, IStil) ..I 

■^'•"' '■•■ '^''- I 

luly ti. l8.-)8 

■<c|.l. 12, I8(il..i 

"'■••••^■■.'«^^' I 

luly J, iH-.ti .. .May 
about 1«'kJ 



REMARKS. 



"T 



iu infancy .. 
.\pril 2-"), 1805. 
Sept. 1875 .... 



Ilickory Station, Ark.,dau of Alex. A. 
Abbeville, S, C, w. of William, Esq... 
Montgomery, Ala , s ofWilliam, Esq. 
Mont(,'omery, Ala , s. of (Jen.Tennent 
l^hiladelphla. Pa , ancestor of Kli/.a. .. 

Abbeville, S (• , s. of William 

Duvaiit, Miss , s. of Tillman 

Knox Co , 111 , w. of !•;. Lomax 

Knox Co , 111 , w. of H. Lomax 

Liti-hrtelcl, luig 

I'Ike Co , 111 , w. of T Lomax 

Pike Co., Ill , an En^lishinau 

Kayetleville, Ark., s. of ThcophilUH, .. 

Ko(!kford, III , s of John 

, Miss , KosterDi.ofM.T Lomax 

Uolton, Parish, Enjj; , fa of Anne 

Ilarwooil, Eng, of "Lomax Fold".... 

Hoi ton, Ent;., will proved 

BoviiiKdon, Eng, fa of Anna 

()«fora, Enj^., graduate 

Port Tobago, Va , s. of Lunsford 

Rockingham Co.,N. C ,s of William 
ISrazen Nose College, ( tx ford graduate 

, Eng , fa. of TheophiluK ... 

Danville, Ky 

Sevier Co , Tenn , an Englishmaa 

Bolton, Eng., "yeoman," will proved, 
lireat Bolton, Eng, '■ Boilersinith," 

will jiroved 

ttxford, Miss., s. of Robert 

Tyldesley, Eng., ' weaver, "will proved 

Danville, Ky.,s. of Eli.iah 

San Louis, Mex.. s. of Samuel 

Itumworth, Eng., "gentleman," will.. 

Bolton, Eng , s. of .lames 

Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of Ricliard G... 

Pike Co., Ill, s. of Theopliilus 

('oot)er Co., Mo , s. of .lohn 

Beards town, Tenn., s. of .lohn 

N. Y city, s. of, lohn T 

Litchlield, Eng., s. of Rev. James 

Clayton Hall, Eug., s. of Richard G,. .. 

N. Y. city, s. of Ellas 

Durham, Eng., Vicar Honghton-le- 

Spring 

Fredericksburg, Va., s.of Major Thos.. 

Richmond, V.i., s ofThomas I 

Richmond, \'a., s. of Thomas L 



Rock 
Erin, 
McE\ 



,N. 



Mo., ; 
Mo., : 



.f .\L 
>f M 



.,s ofHi 

:■ Willia 
.M. (iai 
. .M. (iai 



. I Gran by, .Mo , s. of .M . M. (ialley 

.1 GeudaSpr'gs.Kau., hus. of S.E.Shugart 



NAME. 



Thomas, Nancy Annie . 
'rhoin:is, ricasuut l.uly 

Thomas, I'.N 

Thomas, Sarah l-,llcn ... 
Thomas, Wm. ('lemon. 

Thomi-son, (;. 1' 

Thornton l.omax 

'JhornK.n.Charlottrli 

Thornton, lion, rn-ssley 
Thornton, Cap. rresshy. 

Thrower, .lessie 

Tillman l.omax 

Tillman I.omax 



BORN t DIED 

Nov. 11, INT'), i 

.Mav 9, 1S7 1 



ihout is.;s .. 
Ian. 17, 1«71. 
l--fii. :i, iriiiii . 
ahoul 1MI7 .. 
l''el). i;."), IK')!! 



.rune^li, lH(i.{ 



Townseml, .li>el I.oma.x. 

'I'ownsenil, .1. !■' 

Townseml, JoM T ... .. 

Town^send. Jolin F 

Townseml, Milton A 
Townseml, William C 
Trappes, Catherine M. . 
Trappes, Chrisiopher N. 

Trappes, Kdmuml N 

Trappes, I^'rances Anne. 
Tnippes, Francis M.,K.s., 
Tri'ppes, .lames Herbert 

Trappes, John Hyrnand 
Trappes, Mary Ceeiliu.. 
Trappes, .Mary ,Ioscpl)in( 

Trappes, Kiehanl . .. 
■Trappes. Uoh<rt Ifinatiil 
'Trappes, Ma.j.Thos I!.. 

'Traylor, Henjamin T. . . 

Tray lor, crande 

Traylor, Flleii 

Traylor, .lames Bruce 

Traylor, .Iiulson .1 

'Traylor. .1 udson .1., ,1 r. . . 

Traylor, I.ucy 

Traylor, l.ouis Fomax. . 

Traylor, Margie 

Traylor, Sallie 

'I'rimhle, Namy 

Tiiiax, (Vlia 

Trna.x, Fli/.aheth 

■Triiax, Mary .\nn 

'Triiax, Sarah .\nn 

TnK'Kle, Amanda 

'Tiirnliull, Mr 

Turner, l,u<y .\nn 



al)OUtl717 
about 17rX) ... 
Sept. II, IHIl 
Oct. '22. lt<i;:f .. 
lov Iti, isdi. 
lioul l(i:>(i .,, 

.May ;«», IS.SO . 

bout lS.">ii ... 

about IHlit .. 

Inly 2<J, 1(<S2 . 

Nov. n, 1S77.. 

s,.pt. 1,5, 1H8I 

about lh7J . . 

about 188-2 .. 

about 18811 ... 

about 1.S71 ... 

about ISiit; ... 
about 1878 ... 
about IhliK ... 
about 1871) .. 
about 1870 .. 
about lS8:f .. 
about 1H:U .. 
Nov. 8. 1,S8(). 
Nov. :ii), istiii 

Ian. -Jl, IWid. 
about 1811 .. 
.Ian l!I, 1S7,S. 
Fi'b. liJ, 18ti7. 

.\uti. 5, 1871. ..I 
March V2, 187:i 
about iMPt .... 
about 18;V,I ... 



youu!,- 
young 



Sept. •'», 187<i, 



•Tyler, liavhl .M . . 
Flar Margaret 1. 



il IL', 1887 
It IS.Il ... 
It 1.S71 ... 
8, IS:t(i... 
It LSI I ... 
It ISKi ... 
lit l«ltl ... 

.^r,. 18.-.7.. 
lit I.h;!'2 ... 



.Iijly :i, 1870 



REMARKS. 

(;enda Spr'Ks,Kan.. dau. ofS K.ShuKart 

(iranby. Mo, s. of M M. <iailev 

Oranby, Mo , bus. ofM. M. (iailey 

Granby, Mo., dan. of .M. M. (iuiley 

(J Ian by, Mo , s. of M. M (iailey 

Nampa, Id , bus of, I F. l.omax 

liolserity,Id.,s. of.lobnT 

Fredcri(-ksburf,', Va , w. of .1 iid^e I T 

Foma.x 

Northumberland, FiiK , s. of Fressley. 
, Va., s. of Hon. I'ressl.^y. . 

Hroolilield, Mo,w of. I. Fomax 

Holmes Co.. .Miss.,s of'Terrenee 

Steadhain, Ala , s of Sydney 

Hiirslwoo<l, Fng., bus. of K. ( irlmslmw 
CoUesbury, S C , s. of S. J. Fornax .... 

C'okesbury, IS. l^, hus of B. Foniux 

Cokesbury, S. C , hus. of S.J. Fomax. 

Cokesbury.S. C, s of S.J. Fomax 

Cokesbury, S.C.,s. ofS. J. Fomax 

Cokesbury, S. C., s. ofS. J. Fornax 

Clayton IFill, Eng., dau. of H. Fomaj 
Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of H. Fornax .. 
' Clayton Hall, Eng,, s. of H. Fornat... 
Clayton Hall, Eng., dau. of H. Fornax 
Mldee Hall, Eng., hus. of E. Fomax 
Clayton Hall, i:ng., s. of H Fornax ... 
Clayton Hall, Eng., s. of IF Fomax .. 
Clayton thill, Eng , dau. of IF Fomax. 
Clayton Hall, Eng., dau. of H. Fornax 
Clayton Hall, Eng., s.of H. Fomax. .. 
Clayton Hall, Eng , s.of IF Fornax .. 
Clayton Hall, Eng., hus. of IF Fomax 
Holinsville, Miss., s.of M. F Fomax,. 
Holmsville, .Miss., dau. of M. F. Fomax 
Holmsville, Miss ,dau.of -M. F. Fomax 
Holmsville, .Miss., s. of M. F. Fomax , 
Holmsville, Miss , hus. of .M. F. Ft)max 
Holmsville, Miss., s ofM.F. F«jmax . 
Holmsville, .Miss. dau. of M. F. Fornax 
Holmsville, Mi.ss , s. of .M, F. Fomax 
Holmsville, Miss., dau. of .M. F. Fomax 
Holmsville, Miss., dau. of M. F. Fomax 
Voung's Creek, Ind., w. of W. Fonjax , 
Wakelield, Ky., Isl w. oft). Fomax.... 

w. of .1. Fomax 

, dau. of -M. Fomax ., 

•2d w of, I. Fomax .. 

, bus. of .M. Fomax .. 

■idiM- ... 



20:i 
ItlO 
241 i 
52 
220 
•237 
220 
220 
2130 
220 

2a-, 

2ft^ 

2()S 
»! 
2or, 
20') 
2<).'< 
20:. 
20.-> 
•20) 

■mi> 

lit7 
Ift7 

lir? 

•2,»H 




>f .Miss 
L. Foil 



NAME. 



BORN. 



REMARKS. 



Ulyssls(;rant Mmi.ix .. 'ali 

Van Hiircn, l.omii x I it 

Van do N'luiti'r, Kaclicl . ali 
Van de N'anter, Small . al 

Van Devor, ICttie .1 M: 

Van Ppvor, .John K . . . I'< 
Van Devor, Lot lie I,<'p Hi 
Van Devor. William S . la 

Veach, Knitiia ... ali 

Victor I.uMia.x N( 

Virginia I.unun 

\'irginla Ann l.oniax .. ab 
Virginia Kllen Loinax... .M; 

Vivian N. I.oina.x ahont iNT-i 

Von Loni,,It>lin II about I7«l 

Von Loni, Jossu aljout IM) 

Von Sehaick, Kdwin jabout 18">'( 

Waddell, Dr. Alexander. laboiU l,si,5 



ec. ■-'!, 
■pi. 2.) 



ms;; l.lnne.'i, I8sa, 



Waddell, Catherine labout is.)/ . 

Watde, Narah Catberine. jabout l.s.')S . 

Waide. Wiley jabout ihlii . 

Walde, Harney Mareli i, ISUI 

Waide, Henry Feb 1, Ihll) . 

Waide, Sarah !l>ee. ^1, IHli. 

Walker, K. H iabout is".:! .. 

Wallace, Mr [aliout IXIL' .. 

Walm.sley, ( harles Ivsq., about 177."i . . 
Walin.sley, !• ranees I'. \'. labout Isd") ... 

Waller I.oniax. Hev labout M)S ... 

Warburlon. Susannah .. labout lUL'-' ... 

Ward, Franee.- jabout iKi.". ... 

Warr. Jsabplla 'about Isll ... 

AVarr, James 

Warrei. G. Lomax, Dr. ..i[)ee. 2"), IS21 
M'arren George I-oniax.. .April 21, iHiiO 

Warren, Hart about IHll ... 

Watkinc, Annie |aboui l^.'r(i ... 

WHshinpton, Augustine. 'about 17(12 ... 

Wajles, ,lohn, Kstj labijut 17L",t ... 

\v;.yles, Martha jabout 17.0 ... 

Webeng. Nelley about IMii; .. 

Webster, i;iiza 'Hee !l, !.s,i7 . 

Webster, Henry March I , isii.-, 

Webster, Silas about ls;.i ... 

Weeks, l.a Fayette about ls.,',l .. 

XSCeks. .Martha .lane ( i< I . \i. IsSI . 

Week.s, .Mary .loMplnnr. Ir.n.i; l^^l 
Weeks. William Andrew ^lal.■ll7. !s7> 

Wellloril, .Mildred about Isji .. 

VVeilford, Dr. William . about I7'.il .. 
Wellington I.oma.x .. .Manh 11, li:) 

West, Sarah about I7i;7 . 

Welsh, ,\lar\ i; about iNIi .. 

White, Hani. I about IH-i:; .. 

While, Maigar. :io jabout IHll ... 



lilue Spring's, .Mo., s of .lobn 

Hellton.tbi ,s ot .\iigustus .\ 

Marion, Ind , w. of Dr. ( '. Lomax 

-Marion, Hid., 1st \v. of Dr. W I,oiua.<. 
I'airdealinj,', Mo , dau of T.< •.Goodwin 
Kail-dealing. Mo . s of T. ( '. (ioodwin 
Kairdealiiig, .Mo., ilau. of T.( ' (ioodwi 
Kairdealing, Mo , bus of T. C. (ioodwi 
.\biiigdon. Ill, w.of.I. W. I.omax .. 
.Vlgieisfily, 1ml ,s of I'. (Joodwin.. 
Warreiitoii.Va ,dau. of .Maj. Mann P 

, dau of! ). Doinax 

I'ueblo, Col., dau. of M. V. Loraax. .. 
KirUsville..Mo.,Musieiaii,daa. of Alfred 

Hardenwyk, Prof ofPhflosophy 

lUirin, Holland, a physician 

Huntington, I,. I., N. Y., bus. of P. S. 

l.oniax 

.Staunton, Va., lius. of C". I.omax. , 

Staunton, \'a., dau of C. I.onuix 

I.ulu .lunetiou, «ia , w of .1. 1''. Galley. 
SboaU ieek,AiU.,bus. ot K.C.Schneider 

Kockporl. Ill ,s ofs Sirhnoider 

Kockiiorl, III , bus of s. Schneider . .. 
i;o(:Ui.orl, III., dau of S. Selinoider. . . . 

Charlotte, .v. c , bus. of 1, Lomax 

Nt'wbury, s. c , bus of .\. Lomax. ... 
West wood, i;.ig, fa <.f Frances C. V.. 
Westvvood, Fug, \v ol .1. Lomax, lOsq. 
Clayton Hall, Fng., s. of Itiehard (i.. .. 

lUiry, i:iig., Istw i.fS. C. Lomax 

.lamesbiwn, N. C . w. of N. S. Armtield 

Troy, .\. v., w. of Dr. .1. D. Lomax 

'Iroy, N. v., fa. of Isabella 

Abbeville, S. ('., s of Col .laines 

Waxohocbie, Tex., s. of Dr. Warren G. 
L.niisvilli'. k-y., bus of .M. S Lomax.. 

Augusta, Ga , u. of .1. C. Lomax 

Haywood \a , bus. <.f S. Tay loe 

CharlesCilyCo ,\a .IM bus. of K. Lomax 
CbarU'sl il.N Co.. \a. ilau.of !•:. Loma\ 
\aughn. Kans., w. ./f (i. .M . ( liHton... 
KocUp.iil, III. dau. of K. Scbiicid.T ... 

l!ock|.orl. III., s of K'. scbneidiM- 

Ib.ckport, 111 , 'Jd lui- of K.Scbii.i.ler. 
Ch.'^lniil Gap.tia . Iui> ..f \.( . I.omax 



Fnd. 
Vouii 



I... max. i;s.i. 
. of .Mildiv.l .. 
if Hon. (^uinlii 



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NAIViE 

\\'hit<^ Kiii)liin!i, vvUlow 

White, 'I'aiiiar 

WlK.rton, Aiizl A 

Wliortou, Fiinnie 

Wlioitoii, Felix Green .. 

Whorton, Jiimea 

Whorton, James 

W'liorton, Jt)lin 

Wlioiton, Orthanile O. ., 
Whorton, Williiun A.... 

Wiilnell, Katherine 

WitUip, Tlierese 
Wi^gH, Andrew Ilousti 
Wif;f,'s, Jiunes William 

WiHtjs, Simeon A 

Wlgjjs, William 

Wilhcr, t'lareWce M. .. 

Wllber, 1). {; 

Will.er, KImer D 

Wilhei, Harriet Ann. 
Wllber, James Henry 

Will)er, John W 

Wilber, Lewis 

Wllber, Orlando 

Wilber, William W .. 

Wilbiirn l.omax 

W'llbuiM, Anna 

Wilburn, Anna 

Wilbutn. Arteinus. .. 

Wilburn, Uyrel 

Wilburn, Hyrel 

Wilburn, Hyrel 

Wilburn, Caroline... 

Wilburn, Dener 

Wilburn, Elizabeth... 
Wilburn, Kllzabeth. . . 
Wilburn, James ... 

Wilburn, James 

Wilburn, John 

John 

John 

l>r. .loslah.. 

Kate 

Mary 



OMl, ik:; 



Munc 
'about l.HfiJ ... 
^about lH:i:i ... 
'about 18U!) ... 
'about 1858 ... 
Jabout 1800 ... 
I Feb. 7, l.SVV.. 
'Sept. 17, 1 8:13 , 

'about 1U:!:( 

labout 1812 ... 

Sept. 'J I, 1877. 

.Inly 10, 187.) . 

Jan ■!'.), 18S0. . 

about 18r>l ... 

Oet.JH, 187:5.. 

about 1818 ... 



...i May .'ill, IKSO . 
...JAui;. 9, 1877.. 
- 'Nov. 19, 18(10. 



1880 



Nov. 



27, 1870. 
Sept. 10, 188') 
Ocl. 18, 187t). 
All-. 14, 188! 
Sept 3. 1870.. 
July 0, 1881... 
July 2'J, IH1> . 



Sept. 6, 18.55. 



Jan. 17 1880 



Nov. 10, 188). 
about 1884 ... 



ig. II, 1881 
out 1871 .. 



Wilburn 
Wilbarii 
Wilburn 
Wilburn 
W,llburn 
Wilburn, .Mary 



Wilbun: 

Wilhnn 

U'llbiu-i 

Will.iiri 

W II bun 

Wllbuii 

Wilburi) 

Wilburn, 

Willmni, 

Wll.'h, J,ii 

Wllunl 1). 



y «' 



M 

Nam 
Naoi 



Sarah 
Wllllii 



about 18.57 

about 1787 
about 1812 
about 1811 
about 1810 
al.oul, 1800 
about 182) 
about 181G 
about 18 7 
about 1810 
about 1811 
about 1850 ....| 
about 185.'! ....I 
about 1815 ,...[ 
about IHOl ....I 
about 1810 ....| 

about 1812 1 

Ant,', 27, 1851,. I 
about I8:t!» .. 



about 1860 
about 18()5 



about 1811 
about 181.1 



REMARKS. 

Union (irovo. Mo.,2d w. <'I II. J. I.omax 
Young's (;reek. Ind., w. of A. Lomax.. 

Dickson, Ark., s. of .M . E. (jailey 

, Aia., dau. of William A. .. 

Uick.son, Ark , bus. of ^.K. (iailey ... 

Abbeville, S. C, bus. of I.. Lomax 

, .\la., s. of William A 

, .\la., s. of William A 

Dickson, .\rk.,s.of .M. E Guiley 

, .\la.. s. of li I.omax 

fornhill, Ent? , w. of N. Lomat 

Kichmoiui.lnd., w. ofT J. Study, Esq' 
Heardstown. Tenii,, s. of N.l ' Goijdwln 
Heardstown.Tcnn., s.ofN. i '. lioodwln 
lieardst()wn,Tenn , s. of N. C. Good win 
lieardsl'n.Tenn., bus. of N. (;. Goodwin 

Afttin, la, s of M. J. Marr 

Afton, la., bus. of i\I . J. Marr 

.\fton, la., s. of M. .1 Marr 

Alton, la., dau. ol M. J. Murr 

Aftim, Ia.,s. of M. J. Marr 

Alton, la., s. of M.J. Marr 

Afton, la., 8. of M. J. Marr 

Afton, Ia.,s. of M . J. Murr 

.\rton, la , .s. ol M. J. .Marr 

Dunklin Co , .Mo , s ol John 

Heardstown, T.-nn , dau of Joslali ... 
Heardstown, Ten n, dau of Jo^lah ... 

Heardstown, 'reiin, s ol .loslah 

Heardstown, Teiiii., bus. of M. Loniax 
MousetHll, Tenn., luis. of M, I.omax.. 

Heardstown, Tenn., s. of Samuel 

Heardstown, Tenn., dau of. Samuel... 
Beardslown, Tenn., dau. of Joslah .... 
Heard-town, Tenn., dau. of M. Doniax 
Heardstown, Tenn , dau. ol Samuel .. 
Heardstown, Tenn , s. of M. Doniax. . 

Htardstown, Tenn. , s of Samuel 

Heardstown, Teiui., k.oIM Domax... 
Heardstown, Tenn, M of Samuel .... 
Heardstown, Tenn., s of Dr. Joslah .. 
Heardstown, Tenn , s of .M I.omax... 
Heardstown, Tenn , daft, of Dr. Joslah 
Ueardslowi). Tenn .duu.Of M, Eomux 
Heardstown, Tenn , dau. of Samuel .. 
Heardstown, J'enn., dun of Dr. Josluh 
H<-ai(lslown, Tenn , dau of .lob n 

Heardstown, I'enn , s ot.lohli 
Heardstown, J'enn., s. of M . Doniax.. 
Heardstown. Tenn , s of Dr .loslah . 
Hiardslown, Tenn., dau. of .Samuel .. 
H.ardstowii.T.'im . s of Dr. .lo.-lah... 
iMaiiUlln, Jemi , s of W llllam 

- , 111 . bus ..I !■: I.OMIU.X 

OlloCo., Ntili , H ol W llliam I' 



NAME. 



w 


lliain I 


w 


lliiiui [ 


w 


IllMIM I 


w 


Ilium r 


w 


lliaiii 1 


w 


Iliain I 


w 


lliain 1 


\w 


lliaiii 1 


\v 


lliaiH I 



n I.oiiiax, Dr 
11 I-omax . . 
II Loinax 



IjOIII! 

Loinii 
Loin: 
I,i>Mi; 

l.OIIIil 
I.OIlli 

l,oin; 
I.oiiu 



iOtniix 
,oiniix 



DIED. 

iiU 11)77 



REMARKS. 



iiuiiii in 

ilHinl 17. 
ih.iul 17^ 



in inlan.ry , 
alxiill 17.")1» .. 
ahoul l7S(i .. 
alMiut IMIS .. 
almul IS.'.i ,. 
'vciun" 
May,lK:il,.. 
May, Ihili... 
May..lS.'7 . 
An-, l-'ii. ISS7 

alainl IS7h . 
about I.S").H .. 
al.onl l,S7i; .. 



All'; •_'. ISll 
alH.nl |->IJ .. 

, Marcli 1.7, 18 

'about 1817 . 

!:ib..ut IS ■: .. 

May i.M.S.'? 



about IS,-,: 
.\l,ril 27, 18!);] 



m miaiicy 



181 ! 



Jan. :i, 1818 .. 
-Vui,'. :il, 1-35. 
March l.t, KSci 
about isiil ... 
.May 7, I8iis .. 
about H71 ... 
Kcb. ly, 18iil.. 
.Vufi 18, ISiil. 
April '-'.■), 1S7'1 
al)iint 18l<j ... 
Nov. L's, is^l, 
Marcli I, H(H 



May 7, I 
.\u;,'. Ill, 
.\l.iil II,, 



l-Vpril ■-':!, 1881 

I 
Nov. I, 1870. 

Sept. lii, 1881 

Au-.:i, I8!HI . 



April 8, 187:i 
about I87'.l 
.lulyLM8i;:i 



Turton, i: 
Turton, K 



i(\. , N.C.an K 



\ .Mar.ston. Kii- , .s. of Dr. William . ,. 
I llarwoo.l, Kn- , 'a iniinr," will 

liolloii, lOiiu'., ■■an au'iiom er " 

Al)b,-vill,', S. ('..>, ot William 1' 

; Udcliin.-haiii Co , N. C , .s. ot Tlioi.ia.s. 

I Abbt'Vill.'. S C , .■^■"ol .laiii.-s 

j Karinwortli, Kn- , " larinrr," ailm. .. 
' (ileal Hollon, Ismr , •' tai lor." will 

' I.imr>loac C .., Ala , .s. ol K -btrt 

' I,'>ma.\, III . s .ilK.ibMl 

. llarwool. Kii^'., la ol Henry 

j Ilarwood, lOn- . la. ot Mary 

[ Clayton Hall, I'.ns: , fa ol ILcliard G .. 

j ]{oltoii, Kii-.. ■■l,owUk.-cpi>i'- 

: nary, Kn- , .s (,t Jolui 

j New lOra. 'I'oiin , s. of. I oil n 

I I'ortland. .Mo., s of \sal,el 

I .Marion, liul.. s. of Hon .Vbel 

1 London, Imi- , fa ot i;iias 

j .St. l'rtcr.sbuiM,s Russia, bro. of Saia. C. 

Walnut Hill, .\rk.. s. of I'lioma.s 

I'ikcCo , 111 , s. ofThomas 

Hi-lilaiul, Ark , s of ( i W. .\ .1 

Wavcrly. Tlmui., .s. of .losiali 

l!o irilstowi), 'I'omi , .s. of .fames 

llrooklyn, N. Y., h. of William 

I Avon, HI , s. of Hcnjamin 

Kristow, Iiid , s. of Lcnlsloni 

I Vrrdcry.S C,s ofCapt. Wm. .V 

I McIOWLMi, Tcnn , .s of William H 

; --^^ -, N. Y.cily, .s. ofKli.as 

I — !<^ , Kans , s. of .Abel 

j Erin, Teiin., s. of .losiah 

I YonnjJi'H Creek, Ind., .s. of Rev. .Alfred. 

j (larks, Neb.,s. of .\saliel 

i ^^imsboro, La , s. of Williijni I' 

.Mons.lail, 'reiiii , .s of.lolm 

' Cedar Creek, I'eiiii., s. of Andrew 

I Verd.ry.S C , .s of Col. (ieorge W. ... 

Roomer, .Mo , s. of Ur. William M ... 

I — , -Miss., s, of l-eter 

I .\bbeville, .S. c., s. of .|,,bn W 

j .Mel.wen.'I'enn , s. of .lames W 

I Denver, C<.1 , .s of.lolm 

Abtieville, .s C.,s. ofDr Warren G ... 

I .M. inpliis, Teiiii ,s. of.Iolin H 

: Abbeville, .s. C . s of.lolm W 

.Meridian, Te.\., s ofSila.sS 



BORN. 



DIED. 



REMARKS 



lilliiiia H Loinu.x 


Villiiiiii H r.omax 


Villiiim .1 l.oriKix 


Villiaiu .1. I.uiuax 


Hilliaiii r. LoiiiiiN, Dr... 


rilliaiu .). I.oinax 


iniliaiu K. I.onvix 


Ailliiiii M. l.oinax^ ]ir. 


niliini 1'. l.iMiia.x 


miliain 1'. I...inax 


iVllllain r. I.oinax ... . 


A'illiani K Lornax 


lliliaiii U. l.oniax 


, William K. l.oiuax .. . 


'.Wlliaiii r, I.I. max 


IVilliam T. I.oinax 


William V. l.oiuax .... 


William \V. I.omax 


Williams, Charles . . 


Williams, Charlotte 


Willium.s, James Hunan 


Wllliam.s, LueiiRla .. 


j Williams, Voric 

i Willyaixl, .\mflia 


( Willyaid, Marliii ... . 


1 U'il.son, .Mphrus k'eller 


Wil.son, .Viina ... 


Wilson, D.ividll.nry . 


Wilson, l-:ii/.ah(lh C 


Wilson. 11, my William 


Wilson, Ihi-h 


Wilson, ,Iohn Wesley 


i Wilson, .lulia .Matilda. . 


[ Wilson, l.oisa Uet)ecea . 


' Wilson, Naney Susan . . 


Wilson, I'earl Kli/abelh 


Wilson, Samuel 


U ilson, Susan Amanda 


Wil.son, William lloiaee 


WiiUhi'op, ( Jov 


Wimiuop, Li. Col. Wm 


VV .1. I.omax 


Wood, C. !•: 


\V(«d, Kvu K 


Wood, !,(■.. nard 15 


U'ood, [.lire 


Woodd, Charles Samuel 


Wood, i;a.h.l()|.l<^ 


Worl.ni-ton. Susannah. 


Wormley, Mli/.,,l,r|h . 


Woinili'V, l.h/.al.rlli. 


Worml.'V, lohn 


W(.rmley, Ihui Ual|>h 



^"v.>U-^'...| 

Nov. L'l», l,S(il. March 21, IHIV. 
Dec 2, 1817.... June 10, IbH.).. 

Det. 22, ISljIi 

aboul LSI 
ul)out is", 
.Nov. 2;i, I 



ibout 1878 



.Ma 

1<«< 

July !t, 18.S1 

about 180(J ... 
about 1S!.S ... 
.Inly li. ISOli . 
Feb. ;{, IS-d . 
Oet, II, ls.'.8. 
.May 1, lS2(i . 
.Vi)ril:!, 18(11. 
Inly 28, 18"i9 
-May ;'0, l8.-)2 
.\pril li, 18(1.5 
about I8U ... 
about Lsiii ... 
about 1812 .. 
about 187.'. ... 
about 187,! .. 
about 18,-.7 ... 
Keb 12. 1813.. 
about 18:;.-) ... 
al.<.ul I8ii.') . 
about I8(il ... 
aboul IHJ'J ... 
.\pril2), 1811 
about .H,.'j ... 
about 181;;) ... 
about 18(17 ... 
about 1811 ... 
about 1871 ... 



171").. Muly 2, lsl:i 
18. isi;; .Vpril HI, is.'' 



Ian. 2\ I8i)2 .. 
.March ^7. 18.3: 



Sept. 1, l8.S.i 



Feb. 17, 1880 
about 18(11 . 



.May 2, 1888 



ibuut 1814 



nbout l,s,-)l .... 

about 18(18 .... 

.Mareh 12, IHS.", 

about I8(r> ... 

about I7.-S8 .... 

.\laieli 10, 188(1 

about 1822 .... jiibont 1851 

about 1(182 ... iSept., 1710. 

aboul 1712 



,McKwe:i,Tenn , s of William . 

Stan berry, .Mo., s. of i:iijah H 

.Vuyusta, Ijla.. s. of ( ol. James 

Rock Creek, .\rk , s. otCharU.sII 

r,ondon, Kn-., s. of Dr. James W 

London, Ln-., s. of Rev. John J 

Valparaiso, Ind , s. of Josei.h 

Boomer Mo., s. of Capl. .lobn 

Wilson Co.,'l'ei,n., s. of NNMIliam 

CJolden, Col., s. of lonathan 

Simsboro, f,a.,K. of Samuel W 

I'ueblo, Uol., s. of Marshall V 

KVedericlssbiir-;. \a , s of Thomas L.. 

ilaltlmore, Md., s. of Thomas L 

Abingdon. Ill , s of lOlijah 

Warren Co., Ill , .s. of Henry J 

N. Y city, .s. of John H 

Yazoo Delta. Miss., s of .VI f red 

Roekport, 111., .s. of K. Schneider 

Rockport, HI., dau. of K. Schneider. .. 
Siinsb(.ro, La.. 1st. lius. ofN. R.Lomax 
Rockport, 111., dau of K. Schneider. .. 
Rockport, III., bus. of K. Schneider ... 
Voung's Creek, Ind , dau. of 1'. Loinax 
Young's Creek, Jnd., hits, of P. Loiimx 
Lake City, Fla , s. of N. .\ E. Keller . 

dau. of N. A. K Keller 

s. of N. .V. K. Keller... 

1st w. oft i. .\. Douglass 
bus of N. A.K.Keller 

s of .N. A. K. Keller .. 

s of N. A !•;. K.'ller .. 
dau. of N. .A-. K. Keller 
Abbeville,S.(;., 1st w. of Dr. J. W. Keller 
Lake ( ity, Fla , dau. of N. A. K Keller 
Lake City, Fla., duu. of N. .\. K. Keller 
Lake City, Fla , s. of N. \. E. Keller 
Abbeville.SC ,.!dw.ofI>r.J.W. Ifeller 
Ix'ikeCity, FIa.,s ofN. A. E.Keller.. 
Massachusetts, Ancestor of William .. 
SVestPoint,N.Y.,huaof A.Worthingtou 

liolton, Eng , Surveyor , 

Stain)rd Co , Kans , 2a. hus. udi.iM^'. 

llarri.son ... .').,•: 

, Kans., w. of 1. 1'. Harrison. 

Stafford < O., Kans.. s. of H . A . Harrison 
Stafl'ord Co., Kans , w. of J.W. Harrison 
Rridge .Mortin, lOng , luis. of M Lomax 



Lake City, l-'la., 
Lake City, Fla. 
Abbeville, S.C., 
Lake City, Fla 
Luke City, l''la 
Lake Clly, Fla. 
Lake City, Fla 



lord Co., K 



linry, 1 



179 
180 
187 
187 
17i* 
187 
210 
210 

'2f« 

218 
107 
2i.i 
ZUi 
00 




NAME 

WorfiiU. Miss . 
WortlUiigtoi), A 

\\'ortiiiii!iton, K. L 

\V<)rtliii)s,'ton, Dr. F. A. 

Wortliiujjton, Gov 

Wright. Earl 

Wright. Etta 

Wright, Harve.- James 

Wriglil,. Janus W 

Wriglit, Ki) 
Wriglit, (111 

Wright, Otto 

Wylcy, Amy Parelia. 
^Vyley, Dora Drustliii 
Wyley, Marion 
Yarborough, Dr. H 
Y.'Ul.'ll. Mary 
Velviiigloii, Asa I' ... 
Yelviiiglon, Eray H .... 
Yelvington, Ifersclie 
Yelvington. Mildred 
Yelvington, Robert I 
Young. Alfred 
Young, Henry 
Young, John . 
Young, Oscar Clark 
Zettie Lomux 
Zoil Loma.x. . 




REMARKS. 

Montgonury, .\la., \v. of J. W. Loiuax 
Wo-t Point, NY., dau. ofJ.T. I.oniax 
linciiinati, o , dan. of J.T. Lonmx... 
['incinnuti, o , hns. of J T. I.omax.... 

, O , fa., of Dr. Krancls A,... 

inniphan, .Mo., s of .S. C. Cude 

Doniphan, yio., dau. ofS. C. Cude 

Doniphan, .^h» , s ofS. (". Cude 

il)han, -Mo., hus. of S.C. Cude 

London, Eng., 2d w. of Dr. J. Lomux . 

Doniphan, .Mo., s. of S. C. Cude 

Donii)han, Mo., s. ofH, C Cude 

Hellt<ni, (ia., dau. of N. Lomax 

IK'lllon, (Ja , dau. of N l.oniax 

]{ellton, (iii , hus. of N. I.omax 

Edgchcld. .s c, hus. of I,. M. Adams . 

Siinsboro, Ea , w of r>. J . Eoniax 

Wil!iamshnrg,Ind., hus. of .M..A.(;ranor 
Williamsburg, Did ,s. of .M. .V.Crauor. 
Williamsburg, Ind., s. of M .A. Crauor 
^\'illiamsburg,Dld., dau.of .\r.V.Cranor 
Williamsburg, Did , s. of M. .V. Cranor 

'■, hus. of M. E Eoinax 

.\Uooii, DaU., hus. of Ij M. Kno.x ... 
Stunberry, ^^o , hus of I. IJ I.omax 
Wtanberry, .Mo., son of I. H. Dornax 
Speneer Co , Ky , dau ofOliadiidi. . 
.Spencer Co , Ky., dau. ofObadiah... 













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