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Living Cox

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Living Cox||p807.htm#i24181|Living Cox||p806.htm#i24178|Living Kenmore||p804.htm#i24093|Thorton Cox||p806.htm#i24179|Alma Dudley||p806.htm#i24180|Adrean T. Kenmore||p803.htm#i24089|Verda J. Gibson||p768.htm#i23027|
     Living Cox is the son of Living Cox and Living Kenmore.

Living Cox

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Living Cox||p807.htm#i24182|Living Cox||p806.htm#i24178|Living Kenmore||p804.htm#i24093|Thorton Cox||p806.htm#i24179|Alma Dudley||p806.htm#i24180|Adrean T. Kenmore||p803.htm#i24089|Verda J. Gibson||p768.htm#i23027|
     Living Cox is the son of Living Cox and Living Kenmore.

Living McClain

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Child of Living McClain and Living Kenmore

Living Kenmore

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Living Kenmore||p807.htm#i24184|Living Kenmore||p804.htm#i24094|Living McClain||p807.htm#i24183|Adrean T. Kenmore||p803.htm#i24089|Verda J. Gibson||p768.htm#i23027|||||||
     Living Kenmore is the daughter of Living Kenmore and Living McClain.

Living Unknown

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Living Unknown

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Living McDaniel

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Living McDaniel||p807.htm#i24187|John McDaniel||p807.htm#i24188|Lilly Worsham||p807.htm#i24189|||||||||||||
     Living McDaniel is the son of John McDaniel and Lilly Worsham.

Children of Living McDaniel and Living Kenmore

John McDaniel

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Child of John McDaniel and Lilly Worsham

Lilly Worsham

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Child of Lilly Worsham and John McDaniel

Living McDaniel

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Living McDaniel||p807.htm#i24190|Living McDaniel||p807.htm#i24187|Living Kenmore||p804.htm#i24095|John McDaniel||p807.htm#i24188|Lilly Worsham||p807.htm#i24189|Adrean T. Kenmore||p803.htm#i24089|Verda J. Gibson||p768.htm#i23027|
     Living McDaniel is the daughter of Living McDaniel and Living Kenmore.

Living McDaniel

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Living McDaniel||p807.htm#i24191|Living McDaniel||p807.htm#i24187|Living Kenmore||p804.htm#i24095|John McDaniel||p807.htm#i24188|Lilly Worsham||p807.htm#i24189|Adrean T. Kenmore||p803.htm#i24089|Verda J. Gibson||p768.htm#i23027|
     Living McDaniel is the son of Living McDaniel and Living Kenmore.

Harrison Hopwood Neece

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Harrison Hopwood Neece||p807.htm#i24192|Jesse Neece|b. 1818\nd. Dec 1847|p670.htm#i20098|Sarah Jane Leftwich||p671.htm#i20106|John N. Neece|b. c 1782\nd. c 1836|p670.htm#i20088|Mahulda 'Huldah' Ellis|b. 1786\nd. 20 Dec 1861|p670.htm#i20089|Jack Leftwich||p807.htm#i24193|Virginia Gill||p807.htm#i24194|
     Harrison Hopwood Neece was the son of Jesse Neece and Sarah Jane Leftwich.
     Harrison Hopwood Neece Tennessee Civil War Veterans page 1627 Kansas City Public Library Civil WarQuestionnaires (FORM NO, 1) The chief purpose of the following questions is to bring out fac ts that will be of service in writing a true history of the Ol d South. Such a history has not yet been written. By answerin g these questions you will make a valuable contribution to the h istory of your State. Neece, H.H. 1. State your full name and present Post Office address: Harri son Hopwood Neece 411 First St. Cookeville, Te nnessee 2. State your age now: 79 years 3. In what State and county were you born?: Lincoln County, T ennessee 4. In what State and county were you living when you enliste d in the service of the Confederacy, or of the Federal Gove rnment?: Confederacy. Lincoln Co, Tennessee 5: What was your occupationbefore the war?: Farmer 6. What was the occupation of your father?: Farmer 7. If you owned land or other property at the opening of the w ar, state what kind of property you owned, and state the valu e of your property as nearas you can: None 8. Did you own or your parents own slaves?: No 9. If your parents owned land, state how many acres: 360 acres 10, State as near as you can the value of all property owned b y your parents, including land, whenthe war opened: $5,000 11. What kind of house did your parents occupy? State whethe r it was a log house or frame house or built of other material s, and state the number of rooms it had: Log house, six rooms 12. As a boy andyoung man, state what kind of work you did. I f you worked on a farm, state to what extent you plowed, work ed with a hoe, and did other kinds of similar work: Farmer, pl owed and general farm work 13. State clearly what kindof work your father did, and what t he duties of your mother were. State all kinds of work don e in the house as well as you can remember - that is, cookin g, spinning, weaving, etc. Father was a farmer. Mother wove , spin, cooked, and did all kinds of housework. 14. Did your parents keep any servants? If so, how many?: No 15. How was honest toil - as plowing, hauling and other sorts o f honest work of this class - regarded in your community? Wa s such work considered respectable and honorable?: Yes 16. Did the white men in your community generally engage in suc h work?: Yes 17. To what extent were there white men in your community leadi ng lives of idleness and having others do their work for them ?: Very few 18. Did the men who owned slaves mingle freely with those wh o did not own slaves, or did slaveholders in any way show b y their actions that they felt themselves better than respecta ble, honorable men who did not own slaves?: They mingled fre ely with one another where I lived. 19. At the churches, at the schools, at publicgatherings in ge neral, did slaveholders and non-slaveholders mingle on afoo ting of equality?: Yes 20. Was there a friendly feeling between slaveholders and non-s laveholders in your community, or were they antagonistic t o each other?: Yes 21. In a political contest in which one candidate ownedslave s and the other did not, did the fact that one candidate owne d slaves help him win the contest?: No 22. Were the opportunities good in your community for a poor yo ung man - honest and industrious - to save up enough tobu y a small farm or go in business for himself?: Yes 23. Were poor, honest, industrious men, who were ambitious t o make something of themselves,encouraged or discouraged by s laveholders?: Encouraged 24. What kind of school or schools did you attend?: Free school s 25. About how long did you goto school altogether?: 2 or 3 mon ths a year for about 10 yrs 26. How far was it to the nearest school?: 1 mile 27. What school or schools were in operation in your neighborho od?: Subscription.

Jack Leftwich

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Child of Jack Leftwich and Virginia Gill

Virginia Gill

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Child of Virginia Gill and Jack Leftwich

James E. Neece

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James E. Neece|b. 3 Mar 1839|p807.htm#i24195|Hardin Holeman Neece|b. 18 Dec 1815\nd. 14 Jul 1895|p670.htm#i20096|Alice Christina Small||p671.htm#i20108|John N. Neece|b. c 1782\nd. c 1836|p670.htm#i20088|Mahulda 'Huldah' Ellis|b. 1786\nd. 20 Dec 1861|p670.htm#i20089|||||||
     James E. Neece was born on 3 March 1839 at Lincoln County, Tennessee. He was the son of Hardin Holeman Neece and Alice Christina Small. James E. Neece married Mary P. Brown, daughter of Daniel W. Brown, on 22 June 1884.
     James E. Neece Goodspeeds 1888 History of Lawrence County, Missouri Page 235 Kansas City Public Library James E. Neece, a son of Hardy H. And Alice (Small) Neece, was b orn in Lincoln County, Tenn., March 3, 1839. When four years o f age he lefthis native State, and went with his parents to Ill inois. They remained in the State until James E. was fourtee n years of age, when they removed to Missouri. At the same tim e there was a company of about thirty emigrants who came from Il linois to Missouri, making a train of about thirteen wagons. Th eycrossed the Mississippi River at St. Louis and came to Lawren ce County. Hardy H. Neece and family settled where he still res ides. James E. Neece attended the primitive schools of Illinois , and after coming to Missouri again entered school, and finishe d a common education in the subscription schools prevalent in th ose days. He grew to manhood in his father's home, and when twe nty years of age was united in marriage with Milly J. Garrison , a daughter of William Garrison one of the first settlers of La wrence County. Their union was blessed by the birth of two chil dren: William Hardy and Leander A. Mrs. Neece died on Decembe r 25 1882, and Mr. Neece was married again on June 22, 1884. Hi s second wife was Mary P. Brown, a daughter of Daniel W. Brown , who came to Missouri from Tennessee since the war, and was liv ing in Cedar Countyat the time of his daughter's marriage. B y this marriage Mr. Neece is the father of one child, John A. Lo gan. At the outbreak of the Civil War James E.Neece, with hi s father, enlisted in Company I, Third Kansas Volunteer Cavalry , and served during the greater part of the war. Both were in t he battles of Dry Wood, Helena and Pine Bluff, besides some mino r engagements. He wasdischarged at Fort Levenworth, Kas., in O ctober 1864. Returning to Southwest Missouri, he resumed farmin g, having settled on his present farm prior to the war. his far m contains 140 acres under cultivation and ten in timber. Hede votes his whole time to his farming interests, and has never sou ght political distinction. Mr. Neece is a member of the Baptist , and his wife of thePresbyterian Church.

Child of James E. Neece and Mary P. Brown

Children of James E. Neece and Milly J. Garrison

Milly J. Garrison

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Milly J. Garrison|d. 25 Dec 1882|p807.htm#i24196|William Garrison||p807.htm#i24197||||||||||||||||
     Milly J. Garrison was the daughter of William Garrison. Milly J. Garrison died on 25 December 1882.

Children of Milly J. Garrison and James E. Neece

William Garrison

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     William Garrison One of the first settlers of Lawrence County, Missouri. Source: Goodspeeds 1888 history of Lawrence County Kansas city Public Library.

Child of William Garrison

William Hardy Neece

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William Hardy Neece||p807.htm#i24198|James E. Neece|b. 3 Mar 1839|p807.htm#i24195|Milly J. Garrison|d. 25 Dec 1882|p807.htm#i24196|Hardin H. Neece|b. 18 Dec 1815\nd. 14 Jul 1895|p670.htm#i20096|Alice C. Small||p671.htm#i20108|William Garrison||p807.htm#i24197||||
     William Hardy Neece was the son of James E. Neece and Milly J. Garrison.

Leander A. Neece

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Leander A. Neece||p807.htm#i24199|James E. Neece|b. 3 Mar 1839|p807.htm#i24195|Milly J. Garrison|d. 25 Dec 1882|p807.htm#i24196|Hardin H. Neece|b. 18 Dec 1815\nd. 14 Jul 1895|p670.htm#i20096|Alice C. Small||p671.htm#i20108|William Garrison||p807.htm#i24197||||
     Leander A. Neece was the son of James E. Neece and Milly J. Garrison.

Mary P. Brown

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     Mary P. Brown was the daughter of Daniel W. Brown. Mary P. Brown married James E. Neece, son of Hardin Holeman Neece and Alice Christina Small, on 22 June 1884.
     Her married name was Neece.

Child of Mary P. Brown and James E. Neece

Daniel W. Brown

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Child of Daniel W. Brown

John A. Logan Neece

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John A. Logan Neece||p807.htm#i24202|James E. Neece|b. 3 Mar 1839|p807.htm#i24195|Mary P. Brown||p807.htm#i24200|Hardin H. Neece|b. 18 Dec 1815\nd. 14 Jul 1895|p670.htm#i20096|Alice C. Small||p671.htm#i20108|Daniel W. Brown||p807.htm#i24201||||
     John A. Logan Neece was the son of James E. Neece and Mary P. Brown.

Philip Brashear

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Philip Brashear|d. c 1798|p807.htm#i24203|Robert Brashear|b. 19 Feb 1703/4\nd. 1782|p658.htm#i19733|Charity Dowell|b. 4 Apr 1711\nd. bt 1782 - 1787|p659.htm#i19748|Samuel Brashear|b. 1673\nd. 1740|p658.htm#i19728|Ann Jones|b. c 1676\nd. Wft Est 1722-1770|p658.htm#i19729|Philip Dowell|b. c 1680\nd. 25 Feb 1732/33|p679.htm#i20365|Mary Tydings||p679.htm#i20366|
     Philip Brashear was the son of Robert Brashear and Charity Dowell. Philip Brashear died circa 1798 at Henry County, Virginia.

Child of Philip Brashear and Ann Wilson

Ann Wilson

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Child of Ann Wilson and Philip Brashear

Martha Brashear

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Martha Brashear||p807.htm#i24205|Philip Brashear|d. c 1798|p807.htm#i24203|Ann Wilson||p807.htm#i24204|Robert Brashear|b. 19 Feb 1703/4\nd. 1782|p658.htm#i19733|Charity Dowell|b. 4 Apr 1711\nd. bt 1782 - 1787|p659.htm#i19748|||||||
     Martha Brashear was the daughter of Philip Brashear and Ann Wilson.

Joseph Bailey

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Patsey Hornsby

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     Patsey Hornsby married Alexander W. Mahan on 21 March 1805 at Roane, Tennessee.
     Her married name was Mahan.

Phoebe Mahan

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Phoebe Mahan||p807.htm#i24208|Alexander W. Mahan|b. c 1758\nd. 1823|p691.htm#i20725|Margaret 'Peggy' Brashear|b. 12 Dec 1766|p675.htm#i20221|||||||Robert S. Brashear|b. 20 Aug 1731\nd. 1815|p659.htm#i19749|Phoebe Nicks|b. 8 Jun 1738|p642.htm#i19252|
     Phoebe Mahan was the daughter of Alexander W. Mahan and Margaret 'Peggy' Brashear. Phoebe Mahan married John Simpson on 11 March 1805 at Roane County, Tennessee.
     Her married name was Simpson.

John Simpson

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     John Simpson married Phoebe Mahan, daughter of Alexander W. Mahan and Margaret 'Peggy' Brashear, on 11 March 1805 at Roane County, Tennessee.

Nancy Mahan

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Nancy Mahan||p807.htm#i24210|Alexander W. Mahan|b. c 1758\nd. 1823|p691.htm#i20725|Margaret 'Peggy' Brashear|b. 12 Dec 1766|p675.htm#i20221|||||||Robert S. Brashear|b. 20 Aug 1731\nd. 1815|p659.htm#i19749|Phoebe Nicks|b. 8 Jun 1738|p642.htm#i19252|
     Nancy Mahan was the daughter of Alexander W. Mahan and Margaret 'Peggy' Brashear. Nancy Mahan married Royal Matlock on 3 September 1806 at Roane County, Tennessee.
     Her married name was Matlock.