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GENEALOGY REPORT 8th Generation (Cont.)

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Generation 8 (Cont.) 

111.  NANCY LOUISE8 HEMBREE (MESHACK7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born 1833 in Knox County, Kentucky.  She married ANDREW LOWE.       

Children of NANCY HEMBREE and ANDREW LOWE are:

                   i.       MARGARETTE9 LOWE, b. 1849.

                  ii.       SARAH LOWE, b. 1852.

                 iii.       PHILLIP LOWE, b. 1859. 

112.  REBECCA8 HEMBREE (MESHACK7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born May 07, 1834 in Knox County, Kentucky or Tennessee, and died March 31, 1912 in Scott County, Tennessee.  She married WILLIAM LOWE, son of PHILLIP LOWE and SARAH CARROLL. 

Notes for REBECCA HEMBREE:

May have been born in Tennessee.       

Children of REBECCA HEMBREE and WILLIAM LOWE are:

183.            i.       MATILDA NANCY9 LOWE, b. 1858, Scott County, Tennessee.

184.           ii.       MARY J. LOWE, b. 1859, Scott County, Tennessee.

                 iii.       MARTHA LOWE, b. 1866.

185.          iv.       SARAH LOWE, b. 1869, Scott County, Tennessee.

                  v.       PARAZIDA LOWE, b. 1878. 

Notes for PARAZIDA LOWE:

                         Her name might be Parrida. 

113.  WILLIAM ALEXANDER8 HEMBREE (MESHACK7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born August 15, 1836 in Knox County, Kentucky, and died June 27, 1928 in Smoky Creek, Tennessee, Scott County.  He married EMILY SHOOPMAN July 24, 1859 in Scott County, Tennessee, daughter of JOHN SHOOPMAN and ELIZABETH LOWE. 

Notes for WILLIAM ALEXANDER HEMBREE:

Bill was in the Home Guard during the Civil War.  He fought with the Union Army.  The Gorilla Forces shot him 13 times and left him for dead, they tried to get his horse to run over him but the horse refused, so the Gorilla Forces shot the horse.  Columbus Lowe carried Bill into his mother's house and she took a hold of his hand and he squeezed it. Then she knew her son was still alive.  Bill lived to be an old man, he was a kind and gentle person, loved children. He owned a Grocery Store, ran the Post Office and built the Hembree School.  Two of his son's were teachers. 

June 29, 1928: Hembree Cemetery, Smoky Creek, Scott, County, Tennessee. 

Notes for EMILY SHOOPMAN:

Burial: May 15, 1921; Hembree Cemetery, Smoke Creek, Scott, County, Tennessee. 

Marriage Notes for WILLIAM HEMBREE and EMILY SHOOPMAN:

May have been married July 24, 1857.       

Children of WILLIAM HEMBREE and EMILY SHOOPMAN are:

186.            i.       EZEKIEL9 HEMBREE, b. June 20, 1860, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. June 29, 1929, Knoxville, Tennessee, Knox County.

187.           ii.       SARAH ELIZABETH HEMBREE, b. January 09, 1862, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. February 02, 1955, New River, Tennessee, Scott County at residence.

188.          iii.       MARY JANE HEMBREE, b. April 07, 1864, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. December 31, 1935, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County.

                 iv.       JEMIMA HEMBREE, b. January 06, 1866, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. October 02, 1893, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; m. MELTON ROSECRANS HALL, November 19, 1882, Scott County, Tennessee. 

Notes for JEMIMA HEMBREE:

Burial: Hembree Cemetery, Smokey Creek, Scott Co., TN. 

Notes for MELTON ROSECRANS HALL:

Melton was given his middle name by General Rosecrans who was bivouacking at the Hall farm when Melton was born, he asked if they would give the baby his father's name, so they did as a middle name.  

                  v.       HANNAH HEMBREE, b. January 16, 1868, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. February 01, 1893, Smoky Creek, Tennessee, Scott County; m. MICHIEL SEIBER, May 24, 1891, Scott County, Tennessee. 

Facts for HANNAH HEMBREE:

Buried: Hembree Cemetery, Smoky Creek, Tennessee, Scott County. 

                 vi.       REBECCA HEMBREE, b. January 26, 1870, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. June 01, 1870, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

Facts for REBECCA HEMBREE:

Burial: June 02, 1870, Hembree Cemetery, Smoky Creek, Scott, County, Tennessee. 

                vii.       LOUVERNIA HEMBREE, b. November 16, 1871, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. February 25, 1943, Smokey Creek, Tennessee, Scott County; m. ALEXANDER LOWE, January 25, 1891, Scott County, Tennessee. 

Notes for LOUVERNIA HEMBREE:

Buried in Hembree Cemetery, Smokey Creek, Scott County, Tennessee. 

Notes for ALEXANDER LOWE:

Buried in Hembree Cemetery, Smokey Creek, Scott County, Tennessee. 

               viii.       LOUISA HEMBREE, b. October 23, 1873, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. February 07, 1902, Smoky Junction, Tennessee, Scott County; m. (1) WILLIAM BOSHEARS; m. (2) COLUMBUS LOW, January 28, 1899, Scott County, Tennessee. 

Notes for LOUISA HEMBREE:

Buried in Hembree Cemetery, Smokey Creek, Scott County, Tennessee. 

                  ix.       ALVIS HEMBREE, b. January 15, 1876, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. February 18, 1915, Smokey Creek, Tennessee, Scott County; m. MARY C. ETTA LOW, 1896, Tennessee. 

Notes for ALVIS HEMBREE:

May have been born January 05, 1876.

Buried in Hembree Cemetery, Smokey Creek, Scott County, Tennessee. 

                   x.       JOHN B. HEMBREE, b. October 11, 1882, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. October 23, 1918, Smoky Junction, Tennessee, Scott County; m. MINNESOTA LOWE, December 25, 1902, Scott County, Tennessee. 

Notes for JOHN B. HEMBREE:

Buried in Hembree Cemetery, Smokey Creek, Scott County, Tennessee. 

Notes for MINNESOTA LOWE:

                            Buried in Hembree Cemetery, Smokey Creek, Scott County, Tennessee. 

114.  SARAH8 HEMBREE (MESHACK7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born October 02, 1838 in Smoky Creek, Tennessee, Scott County, and died September 15, 1912 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County.  She married (1) JOHN GOODMAN August 1856 in Scott County, Tennessee.  She married (2) DANIEL JEFFERS December 27, 1860 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County, son of DAVID JEFFERS and PHEABA YANCY. 

Notes for SARAH HEMBREE:

                    SARAH HEMBREE

                          1838-1912 

Burial:  September 17, 1912, Jeffers Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee,  Scott County.

Cause of Death: Cancer of the liver. 

Marriage Notes for SARAH HEMBREE and JOHN GOODMAN:

Sarah Hembree Goodman divorced John Goodman on 29 July 1858 for adultery by having illicit sexual intercourse with one Catherine Massengale and also with other woman of ill fame.

Sarah was restored to all rights, privileges and immunities of a feme sole, and that she be restored to her maiden name Sarah Hembree.  Sarah Goodman and Meshack Hembree, her security in the prosecution bond, pay all the costs.  July 1858, Witnesses:  Philip Low and William Low. Source: 

Circuit Minutes, 1857-1861, p 190; Circuit Court, Witness Docket, July 1858, unnumbered pages. 

Notes for DANIEL JEFFERS:

Daniel is shown living with the Isaac Roisden family, and listed as a farm laborer, in the 1860 census.  In the 1870 census he is listed with his wife, Sarah, and Almira, Martha, Alvis and Leroy, as a farmer.  In the 1880 census he is listed as a farmer and lawyer. 

Occupation: Farmer & Lawyer

Daniel was a self-taught attorney.   

He was a Union Soldier during the Civil War. 

Burial: May 30, 1909; Jeffers Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County.

Cause of Death: Old Age.       

Children of SARAH HEMBREE and DANIEL JEFFERS are:

                   i.       ALMIRA9 JEFFERS, b. June 28, 1861, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. April 03, 1902, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; m. JAMES LAY, October 14, 1888, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

More About ALMIRA JEFFERS:

Burial: April 05, 1902; Jeffers Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

More About JAMES LAY:

Buried: Jeffers Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

                  ii.       EMSLEY JEFFERS, b. November 18, 1863, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. October 09, 1867, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

Notes for EMSLEY JEFFERS:

He was 4 years, 2 months and 8 days old when he died on October 9, 1867.

                            Burial: October 11, 1867; Jeffers Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

                 iii.       MARTHA JEFFERS, b. May 06, 1865, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. May 03, 1949, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; m. JOSEPH C. HOUCK. 

Notes for MARTHA JEFFERS:

Buried in Keeton Cemetery, Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee. 

Notes for JOSEPH C. HOUCK:

Buried in Keeton Cemetery, Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee. 

                 iv.       ALVIS JEFFERS, b. 1867, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; m. CORA L. MORGAN, November 24, 1892, Scott County, Huntsville, Tennessee. 

Notes for CORA L. MORGAN:

Buried in Jeffers Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee. 

                  v.       LEROY JEFFERS, b. 1869, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. Scott County, Tennessee; m. MINNIE KEETON, 1905. 

Notes for LEROY JEFFERS:

Occupation: Attorney

Buried in Jeffers Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee. 

                 vi.       ELENDER JEFFERS, b. November 23, 1870, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. March 31, 1886, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

Notes for ELENDER JEFFERS:

He was 15 years, 4 months and 8 days old when he died on March 31, 1886.

Age at time of death: 15

Burial: April 02, 1886; Jeffers Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

                vii.       LEONARD JEFFERS, b. June 1872, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. August 20, 1946, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; m. IRENE PEMBERTON, December 21, 1898, Scott County, Huntsville, Tennessee. 

Notes for LEONARD JEFFERS:

Burial: August 23, 1946, Huntsville Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee. 

Notes for IRENE PEMBERTON:

Burial: Potter Cemetery, Tennessee. 

               viii.       ETHA JEFFERS, b. July 12, 1874, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. September 28, 1953, Detroit, Michigan; m. WINFIELD SCOTT HARNESS, March 20, 1902, Scott County, Huntsville, Tennessee. 

Notes for ETHA JEFFERS:

Buried at Keeton Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee. 

Notes for WINFIELD SCOTT HARNESS:

Buried at Keeton Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee. 

                  ix.       ELLA J. JEFFERS, b. September 13, 1876, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. December 07, 1967, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; m. WILLIAM EDWIN YORK, December 24, 1902, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

Notes for WILLIAM EDWIN YORK:

Burial: Potter Cemetery, Tennessee. 

                   x.       JOHNNY JEFFERS, b. April 06, 1878, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. May 29, 1879, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

Notes for JOHNNY JEFFERS:

Age at time of death: 1 year, 1 month and 23 days old

Burial: May 30, 1879; Keeton Cemetery, Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee 

                  xi.       ELVIN JEFFERS, b. December 06, 1879, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. April 24, 1923, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; m. PRENTIE LEE KEETON, December 22, 1903, Scott County, Huntsville, Tennessee. 

Notes for ELVIN JEFFERS:

Buried at Keeton Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee. 

Notes for PRENTIE LEE KEETON:

                            Prentie lived to be 101 years of age.

                            Buried at Keeton Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee. 

                 xii.       OTIS JEFFERS, b. March 1882, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. 1956, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; m. GEORGIA E. BAKER, June 30, 1907, Scott County, Huntsville, Tennessee. 

Notes for OTIS JEFFERS:

                            Buried at Jeffers Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee. 

115.  EZEKIEL8 HEMBREE (MESHACK7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born May 25, 1841 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County, and died January 18, 1919 in Oklahoma.  He married BARZILLA JANE BUNCH March 19, 1865 in Scott County, Tennessee, daughter of ISAAC BUNCH and MARY MCGEE.       

Children of EZEKIEL HEMBREE and BARZILLA BUNCH are:

                   i.       ELLEN9 HEMBREE, b. 1864; m. SAM BUTTERFIELD.

                  ii.       MOLLY HEMBREE, b. January 19, 1866, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. March 25, 1951, Farris, Oklahoma, Atoka County; m. KIDD. 

More About MOLLY HEMBREE:

Molly was Deaf and Dumb

Burial: March 27, 1951; Farris Cemetery, Farris, Oklahoma, Atoka County. Medical Information: Molly was Deaf and Dumb. 

                 iii.       WILLIAM M. HEMBREE, b. September 14, 1867, Smokey Creek, Tennessee, Scott County; d. January 06, 1949, South of Seminole, Oklahoma, Seminole County, at home; m. AMY ANDERSON.

                 iv.       JOHN ALVIN HEMBREE, b. 1869, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. September 27, 1939; m. REBECCA EVIE BUCKHANAN.

                  v.       AMBROSE HEMBREE, b. July 27, 1872, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. November 01, 1943, Ventura County Hospital, Ventura, California, Ventura County; m. ELLA.

                 vi.       ALEXANDER HEMBREE, b. 1873, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. 1945, Farris, Oklahoma, Atoka County; m. (1) SALLIE STACEY; m. (2) ESTY STILES. 

Notes for SALLIE STACEY:

Burial: Farris Cemetery, Farris, Oklahoma. 

                vii.       REBECCA HEMBREE, b. 1876, Tennessee; m. WILL WOODROFF.

               viii.       AMUNIA AMIE HEMBREE, b. 1878; m. ENGLAND.

                  ix.       ODIS HEMBREE, b. 1882.

                   x.    EVE HEMBREE, b. 1887; m. AT MULLINS.

                  xi.       SAM SPENCER HEMBREE, b. August 27, 1888, Laffyette County, Missouri; d. November 26, 1954, General Hospital, Ventura, California; m. JOHNNIE STOREY, Antlers, Oklahoma. 

More About SAM SPENCER HEMBREE:

Buried: Ivy Lawn Cemetery. 

Notes for JOHNNIE STOREY:

                            Buried at Ivy Lawn Cemetery. 

116.  ELIZABETH BETTY8 HEMBREE (MESHACK7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born January 14, 1845 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County, and died November 19, 1926 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County.  She married WILLIAM HARRY LLEWELLYN January 10, 1870 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County, son of JOHN LLEWELLYN and DELILAH REED. 

Notes for ELIZABETH BETTY HEMBREE:

Died at age 82

Burial: November 21, 1926; Keeton Cemetery, Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee

"Aunt Betty" as she was commonly called was a charter member of the Presbyterian Church in Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee that was organized in 1882. 

     Elizabeth applied for a Widow's  Civil War pension December 1899; it was granted December 4, 1899 at $8.00 per month.  It was raised to $20.00 per month commencing September 8, 1916, under The Act of September 8, 1916; Age Seventy Years. 

LEWALLEN, Elizabeth  (Obituary)  Scott County News, Friday 26, Nov. 1926, Vol. 11, No. 36. P-1.  From Scott County, Tennessee Obituaries, 1926-1930, by Paul W. Lemasters, 1997 PP 55-56. 

     "Estimable Woman Dies at Huntsville last Saturday night, Nov. 19, 1926.  Mrs. Elizabeth Lewallen, commonly known by her many friends as "Aunt Betty" LEWALLEN, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Sharp near Huntsville, last Saturday night at 9:00 p.m.. Aunt Betty had been sick for several weeks, taking sick at the home of her daughter where she died.  She was 82 years of age and had lived in and around Huntsville in this county for practically all of her life.  Aunt Betty was one of the charter members of the Presbyterian Church at Huntsville and had lived a devoted Christian life for many years.  She had a host of friends as was evidenced by the large crowd and many beautiful floral offerings at her funeral last Tuesday afternoon.  There was a short service at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sharp after which the remains were taken to the Presbyterian Church where the Funeral was preached by Rev. Hutchinson, pastor of the church to which she belonged.  F. M. Leavitt, local funeral director, was in charge of the funeral, burial taking place in the cemetery east of Huntsville. Mrs. Lewallen was survived by a son who lives in Oklahoma; two daughters, Mrs. Joseph Sharp and Mrs. Wm. Litton, both of Huntsville, several grandchildren and great Grandchildren, as well as a host of friends and relatives who mourns her loss." 

Notes for WILLIAM HARRY LLEWELLYN:

Last name may be spelled Lewallen. 

Burial: November 26, 1899, Jeffers Cemetery, Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee 

William Harry Lewallen enlisted in the Union Army, a Private in Company F 7th Regiment Tennessee Volunteers Infantry, June 7, 1862 for 3 years, at Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee.  By order of Major General Wright he was transferred to Company A 1st East Tennessee Volunteers Infantry on April 30, 1863.

     He appears on a list of Deserters, dated Nov. 30, 1864, while on furlough he deserted.  He appears on a list of Deserters dated Feb. 13, 1865.  He deserted on Nov. 5, 1864 in Kingston, Tennessee, he rejoined his unit Feb. 13, 1865.  He appears on a Co. Muster-Roll for January-February 1865 having returned following desertion, was in confinement.  He appears on a Co. Muster-Out Roll dated Sept. 17, 1864 but he was not mustered-out.  He appears on a Co. Muster-Out Roll dated Nashville, Tennessee, Aug. 31, 1864.  He was last paid on that date, $32.68. He was listed as Absent - in confinement at Knoxville, Tennessee undergoing sentence of General Court Martial-deserted Nov 5, 1864, returned Feb. 13, 1865; sentenced to be confined at hard labor for a period of six months.

He appears on a List of Discharges furnished by C. M. O. (Court Martial Orders) of State, under the provisions of circular dated A.G.O. (Attorney Generals Office), June 29, 1865.  Discharge furnished Aug. 28, 1865 and he was Honorably Discharged Aug. 3, 1865.

     While on picket duty guarding a crossing on the Clinch River, near Kingston, Tennessee, William was wounded in the left thigh, by a comrade, Noah Dougherty, by accident.  According to the Affidavit of Lindsay Cooper, 2nd Lt. Co. A 1st Regt. Tenn. Inf., this is the way it happened, "Lewallen received a gunshot wound of the left thigh, caused by accidental discharge of a comrades gun (Noah Dougherty) while on picket duty, as the squad was gathering up their arms. He was sent to the hospital at Kingston. The wound has disabled him to about one-half that of an ordinary man.  I was present and saw said Lewallen when he was wounded; these facts are known to me from personal knowledge, the said Llewellyn or Lewallen.

Lewallen was a sound, stout, able bodied man when he entered the service and free from any disability, especially from gunshot wound."   There were three eyewitnesses to the shooting, Noah Dougherty (deceased, no affidavit), Frederick West (also deceased no affidavit) and Isaac Lindsey and his story differs from the other's who gave affidavits.  He claims that Lewallen, West and himself had left their post and had gone chasing lewd women and spent the night with a bad woman and her husband drinking whisky;  he said that he had nothing to do with the woman, but the other's did, at least they said that they did; and that Lewallen was shot while on the way back to camp.  He claims that they were supposed to be arrested by Lt. Cooper, but that they were not arrested and nothing ever happened to them.  Lindsay's reputation was not the best, but William was also known as a drunkard.  This affidavit was the reason for the delay in awarding a pension. 

     William applied for a Civil War Pension in May of 1883. (Pension Claim # 347944).  After several tries for pension, he finally was awarded a pension (Certificate # 532418) of $12.00 per month commencing July 19, 1890, due to gunshot wound and afflictions of the heart and lungs resulting from the measles.

     On a decision of The Medical Division of Bureau of Pensions, December 7, 1895, Williams, Pension was dropped, effective Feb. 5, 1896. A declaration for Restoration to the Pension Roll was filed in Scott Co., Tennessee Feb 7, 1896, for the following reasons:  Wounded in both legs, Naso Pharyngeal Catarrh and nearly total deafness, and Rheumatism, piles, disease of the breast and lungs and general debility.  He was last paid the 4th day of November, 1895.  His pension was re-newed at $6.00 per month April 6, 1896 and increased to $12.00 April 12, 1899.

     He died November 24, 1899, and his wife, Elizabeth Hembree Lewallen applied for a Widows pension in December of 1899; granted December 4, 1899 at $8.00 per month.       

Children of ELIZABETH HEMBREE and WILLIAM LLEWELLYN are:

                   i.       ALVIN9 HEMBREE, b. July 31, 1867, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. February 14, 1946, Elgin, Tennessee, Scott County; m. ARMINDA LEWALLEN. 

Notes for ALVIN HEMBREE:

Buried at Elgin, Keeton Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee. 

Notes for ARMINDA LEWALLEN:

Buried at Keeon Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee. 

                  ii.       FLORENCE ELLEN HEMBREE, b. December 01, 1869, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. December 30, 1943, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; at home; m. WILLIAM LYTTON, August 09, 1891.

                 iii.       CAROLINE HEMBREE LLEWELLYN, b. January 17, 1872, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. September 05, 1944, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; m. JOSEPH SHARP. 

117.  JEMIMA8 HEMBREE (MESHACK7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born January 14, 1845 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County, and died February 12, 1906 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County.  She married PHILLIP LOWE, JR. May 10, 1866 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County, son of PHILLIP LOWE and PARSIDIA ADKINS. 

More About JEMIMA HEMBREE:

Burial: February 14, 1906; Hembree Cemetery, Smoky Creek, Scott County, Tennessee.       

Children of JEMIMA HEMBREE and PHILLIP LOWE are:

                   i.       ALEXANDER9 LOWE, b. April 22, 1867, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. June 05, 1946, Smoky Junction, Tennessee, Scott County; m. LOUVERNIA HEMBREE, January 25, 1891, Scott County, Tennessee. 

Notes for ALEXANDER LOWE:

Buried in Hembree Cemetery, Smokey Creek, Scott County, Tennessee. 

Notes for LOUVERNIA HEMBREE:

Buried in Hembree Cemetery, Smokey Creek, Scott County, Tennessee. 

                  ii.       MESHACK LOWE, b. September 16, 1869, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. March 03, 1950, Smoky Junction, Tennessee, Scott County; m. ELIZABETH OVERTON, December 12, 1895, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

Notes for MESHACK LOWE:

Buried at Hembree Cemetery, Smokey Creek, Scott County, Tennessee. 

                 iii.       JOHN WESLEY LOWE, b. April 1871, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. 1959; m. MINERVA J. BYRD, 1895, Scott County, Huntsville, Tennessee.

                 iv.       JACOB LOWE, b. August 30, 1873, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. April 23, 1945, Campbell County, Tennessee.

                  v.       SARAH LOWE, b. 1877; d. 1949; m. JOHN BUNCH.

                 vi.       PARZIDA LOWE, b. June 13, 1879, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. August 22, 1904, Smoky Junction, Tennessee, Scott County; m. PHILLIP BYRD, June 20, 1897, Scott County, Tennessee. 

Notes for PARZIDA LOWE:

Her name may be spelled Parasida.

Burial: August 23, 1904, Hembree Cemetery, Smokey Creek, Scott, County, Tennessee.

 

                vii.       HARRISON LOWE, b. April 27, 1881, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. November 15, 1911, Smoky Junction, Tennessee, Scott County; m. MATTIE PERKINS. 

More About HARRISON LOWE:

Burial: November 17, 1911; Hembree Cemetery, Smokey Creek, Scott, County, Tennessee. 

               viii.       ALMIRA LOWE, b. July 20, 1884, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. March 04, 1886, Smoky Junction, Tennessee, Scott County. 

More About ALMIRA LOWE:

                            Burial: March 06, 1886; Hembree Cemetery, Smokey Creek, Scott, County, Tennessee.

                  ix.       NELSON LOWE, b. October 01, 1886, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. November 07, 1911, Smoky Junction, Tennessee, Scott County; m. LILLY MCGHEE. 

More About NELSON LOWE:

Burial: November 09, 1911; Hembree Cemetery, Smokey Creek, Scott, County, Tennessee. 

More About LILLY MCGHEE:

                         Burial: March 27, 1944; Hembree Cemetery, Smokey Creek, Scott, County, Tennessee.

118.  HARMON8 HEMBREE (MESHACK7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born January 01, 1871 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County, and died October 28, 1950 in Rural Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County.  He married (1) MARY E. TERRY April 21, 1895 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County.  He married (2) SUSIE ANN Bef. 1920. 

Notes for HARMON HEMBREE:

Burial: October 31, 1950; Keeton Cemetery, Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee.

Harmon's Death Certificate says that he was buried on Oct. 31, 1950 in the Keeton Cemetery in Huntsville; he is not listed in Robert L. Bailey's, book "Cemeteries of Scott County, Tennessee); but there are several unmarked graves and I assume his is one of them. 

Cause of Death: Bronchial Pneumonia for 3 days.  Antecedent causes due by Cardiac Insufficiency.       

Children of HARMON HEMBREE and MARY TERRY are:

                   i.       MIMA ETHEL9 HEMBREE, b. 1899.

                  ii.       RUFUS HEMBREE, b. 1904, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County.

                 iii.       JOSEPH MERLE HEMBREE, b. March 28, 1908, Robbins, Tennessee; d. December 25, 1967, El Centro, California, Imperial County.

                 iv.       ERNIE ELIZABETH TERRY HEMBREE, b. May 23, 1909, Baptist Memorial Hospital, Robbins, Tennessee, Scott County; d. March 20, 1963, Robbins, Tennessee, Scott County, at residence.; m. RUSSELL HUGHES. 

More About ERNIE ELIZABETH TERRY HEMBREE:

                                Burial: March 22, 1963; Baptist Memorial Cemetery, Robbins, Scott County, Tennessee. 

119.  MARY JANE8 HEMBREE (MESHACK7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born July 15, 1874 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County.  She married BENJAMIN THORNTON HEMBREE July 14, 1901 in Scott County, Tennessee, son of WILLIAM SMITH and REBECCA HEMBREE. 

Notes for BENJAMIN THORNTON HEMBREE:

Thornton Overton, Stepfather's name, Real name is Hembree.

Burial: February 11, 1960; Keeton Cemetery, Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee.       

Children of MARY HEMBREE and BENJAMIN HEMBREE are:

                   i.       LUSTER9 HEMBREE, b. 1901, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. October 30, 1918, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

More About LUSTER HEMBREE:

Age at death: 17

Burial: November 01, 1918; Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County.

Cause of Death: Influenza; there was no Doctor available. 

                  ii.       ANNE HEMBREE, b. 1902, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County.

                 iii.       ARTENSIE HEMBREE, b. 1904, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. May 18, 1924, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

More About ARTENSIE HEMBREE:

Burial: May 19, 1924; Huntsville, Scott County,  Tennessee.

Cause of Death: Peritonitis caused by childbirth. 

                 iv.       RUFUS EMAR HEMBREE, b. October 02, 1907, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. April 09, 1985, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; m. ALMA DOROTHY GRIFFITH. 

Notes for RUFUS EMAR HEMBREE:

His name may have been Rufus Elmer Hembree. 

Buried at Keeton Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee 

                  v.       THEODORE DELMER HEMBREE, b. August 03, 1910, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. October 09, 1974, East Tennessee Chest Disease Hospital, Knoxville, Tennessee, Knox County. 

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                            Burial: October 12, 1974; Keeton Cemetery, Huntsville, Scott County,  Tennessee. 

                 vi.       BENJAMIN BOYD HEMBREE, b. 1914, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County.

                vii.       HOYLE HEMBREE, b. 1914, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. December 20, 1918, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

More About HOYLE HEMBREE:

Age at death: 4 years old.

Burial: December 21, 1918; Huntsville, Scott County,  Tennessee.

Cause of Death: Influenza 

               viii.       SUDIE HEMBREE, b. 1917, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. November 10, 1918, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

More About SUDIE HEMBREE:

Burial: November 11, 1918; Huntsville,  Scott County, Tennessee.

                            Cause of Death: Influenza followed by Pneumonia. 

120.  JAMES MARTIN8 HEMBREE (MESHACK7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born May 07, 1880 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County, and died January 15, 1965 in Brocks Nursing Home; Atoka, Oklahoma, Atoka County.  He married MARY MAGDALENE LOWE July 14, 1901 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County, daughter of MICHAEL LOWE and JUDITH MCGEE. 

Notes for JAMES MARTIN HEMBREE:

                    JAMES MARTIN HEMBREE

                                1880-1965 

Occupation: Blacksmith, and in later years Assembly of God Preacher.

Burial: January 19, 1965; Farris Cemetery, Farris, Atoka County, Oklahoma. 

     James Martin Hembree was born to Meshack and Ibey Hembree on May 7, 1880 in Huntsville, TN. He died Jan. 15, 1965 in a nursing home in Atoka, OK. He first appears on the 1880 Scott Co., TN. Census, 8th Civil Dist. July 18, 1880, in the home of Family # 411/412, Blag Jeffers as Jas. M. Hembree. 4 months (b. May 7, 1880). Why he was in that home is unknown. His parents were nearby, Family # 256 listed as Mesh (Meshack) 68, Farmer, Riller 27, wife, Harmon 7 son, Mary J (Jane) 5, daughter, Kissiah 3 daughter and William T. Hurst 4 months. Who or why William is listed with this family is also unknown.     

    James mother, Ibey, died on June 4, 1884 and Meshack died Jan. 21, 1885, leaving James and his sisters Mary Jane (b. 7-15-1874, & Kissiah (b. 11-18-1876), without any means of support. Their older half brother, William Alexander Hembree (Called Bill) was appointed by the court as their legal guardian. On Sept. 22, 1890 Bill applied for a pension for the three minor children of Meshack & Ibey Hembree. Several family members and friends gave affidavits to the pension board, including Harmon Hembree age 20, (older brother of three minors), Sarah Jeffers, Meshack's daughter, testified that she was a half sister to the three minors. In June 1891 Pharoba Smith (Ibey's mother) 73, testified that she was grandmother to the three minors and that she was present at each of their births. Also in 1891 Daniel and Sarah Jeffers testified that Meshack did not remarry after Surrilla's death (1884) and that the only minor children he had when he died were the 3 who applied for the Pension claims were filed on Jan. 7, 1867, by Meshack, and claims for minors on Oct. 17 1890 (#498963) and Aug. 3, 1902 (#478947); all were based on Meshack's rupture of his right side, caused by a barrel of salt falling upon him while engaged in unloading a wagon at the commissary at Somerset, KY, on Jan. 22, 1862. The pension was submitted for Special Examination and rejected on Nov. 17, 1902 and resubmitted Aug 25, 1903. All were rejected on the grounds that "Meshack's death, alleged to have been due to Brights Disease of the Kidneys, was caused by his military service-there is no valid evidence that his death was due to his military service".   

    In 1900 Scott Co., Census James Hembree is listed in the home of Phillip and Jemima Hembree Low (his half sister) family # 119.  

    On July 14, 1901 James married his school sweetheart, Mary Magdalene Lowe (b. Oct. 3, 1883 Huntsville, TN. d. March 21, 1964 in Antlers Hospital, Antlers, OK. They are both buried in Farris Cemetery, Farris, OK).  

     Soon after the marriage James & Mary left Tennessee and migrated west. They were accompanied by his half brother Ezekiel (b. May 25, 1841 d. January 18, 1918 OK.) his wife Barzilla Jane Bunch (b. 1842 d. ?? OK.) and family. It is also believed that Mary's parents, Mike Lowe (b. Jan 16, 1856 in Huntsville, TN. d. Aug. 16, 1916 in Atoka, OK.) and Judith Josephine Belle McGee (b. Jan 16, 1863 in Huntsville, TN. d. Christmas day 1935 in Farris, OK, Mike is buried in Atoka and Judy in Farris),made the trip from TN. to Indian Territory in 1901, Mary's 10 brothers and sisters, two more were born in OK in 1905 & 1908. They drove their cattle and went by wagon to Indian Territory. In 1902 James Hembree made a request for pension for the period before he became 16. He was living at the time in Choctaw Nations of Indian Territory (OK.); it was rejected.  

     Their first child, Mike was born June 12, 1902 in Gerty, Indian Territory (d. Dec 26, 1986 in Edmond, OK). The 2nd, Garfield, was born Feb. 7, 1904 also in Gerty, d. May 25, 1976 in Snyder, TX. Marion, b. Dec 10, 1905 Gerty, d. Aug. 25, 1968 was 3rd; Donia Lovis b. Jan 2, 1908 in Atoka, OK. d Mar 19, 1995 in Duncan, OK was 4th. The family relocated to Atoka where Matilda was born Sept 13, 1909 d. Dec. 25, 1936 in Wichita, Kansas; Hellen born June 1910 in Atoka, d. Dec. 16, 1919 (Burned to death from children playing with fire); next was Mary Jane b. July 24, 1913 in Atoka (Living in Bakersfield, CA. Will be 86 years old on July 24, 1999). Next is Elaine b. 1915 d. 1917; Then Frank Esaw b. May 24, 1918 in Tushka, OK. d. May 17, 1969, also born in Tushka was Harmon b. May 26, 1919, then there appears to be a still born male between Harmon and Fannie Lou b. Aug 30, 1921 in Farris, OK. (Living now in Comanche, OK. will be 78 on Aug 30, 1999); Last is Bertha b. Nov 30, 1924 in Farris, d. May 13, 1982 in OK City, OK.  

     In the 1920 Atoka County, OK. Census, on the 5th & 6th of Jan 1920, James M. Hembree 39 Blacksmith, Mary 36, wife, Mike 17 son, Blacksmith helper, Garfield 15 son, Marion 14 son, Lovis 12, daughter, Matilda 10 daughter, Mary J. (Jane) 6 daughter, and Esaw 1 7/12ths son. They were living in Tushka, but moved soon after to Farris, OK. (Harmon b. May 26, 1919 should have been listed as well, but for some unknown reason was not listed).

     James, or Jim as he was called worked in Atoka as a janitor at the Court House, as a Deputy sheriff, and operated his blacksmith shop in Farris, until he retired. He had a drinking problem until sometime in 1924/25, when he was saved and joined the church. He later became a Assembly of God Minister and preached. He built the Farris Assembly of God Church.

     Jim & Mary had 13 children, ten lived to adulthood, one died at birth and two died in their childhood; only three are still living: Mary Jane, Harmon and Fannie Lou. (Feb. 7, 1999).

    Jim and Mary are both buried in the Farris Cemetery, Farris, Atoka County, Oklahoma.  

JAMES MARTIN HEMBREE - Obituary:

     Reverend James Martin Hembree was born May 7, 1880 in Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee and passed away January 15, 1965 at Atoka, Oklahoma.  He was called into the ministry in 1930 and is well known throughout Atoka County as "Uncle Jim", where he enjoyed thirty-five years of his ministry for the Lord.  He pastored several churches in Eastern Oklahoma, and built the church at Farris, Oklahoma.  His last pastorate was at Crystal, Oklahoma, and his last sermon was preached at the Antlers Assembly of God Church a short time before his death.  He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Magdalene Lowe Hembree, on March 21, 1964 and is survived by five sons, four daughters, twenty-seven grandchildren and thirty-eight great-grandchildren.  The last services for Brother Hembree were held at the Farris Assembly of God Church on January 19, 1965 and burial was in the Farris Cemetery. 

LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 

State of Oklahoma]

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    Atoka County   ] 

     IN THE NAME OF GOD, AMEN: 

     I, J. M. Hembree, of Farris, Oklahoma, being now in good health and in sound and disposing mind and memory, but sensible of the uncertainty of life, and desiring to make disposition of my property and affairs while in health and strength, do hereby make, publish and declare the following to be my last Will and Testament, hereby revoking and canceling all other and former wills by me at any time made: 

     1.  I direct the payment of all my just debts and funeral expenses as speedily as possible. 

     2.  To my beloved wife, Mary Hembree, I give, devise and bequeath all of my property, real and personal, of every kind and character and wherever situated, whether vested or contingent at the time of my death, absolutely free and clear of any conditions or restrictions what so ever. 

     3.  To my grand-child, Mary Helen Haskins, and to my children, Mike Hembree, Garfield Hembree, Marion Hembree, Harmon Hembree, Bertha Bryant, nee Hembree, Mary Jane Standifer, nee Hembree, and Lovis Cullins, nee Hembree, Frank Hembree and Fannie McDaniel, nee Hembree, I give devise and bequeath my love and affection. 

     4.  I hereby appoint and designate my wife, Mary Hembree, sole executor without bond of this my last Will and Testament. 

     IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my name this 1st day of February, 1960.

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                                             J. M. Hembree 

Subscribed by J. M. Hembree, in the presence of each of us, the undersigned , and at the same time declared by him to be his last Will and Testament, and we thereupon, at his request, in his presence and in the presence of each other, sign our names this 1st day of February, 1960  

Floy M. Struck Atoka, Oklahoma  

Dorothy Coak Atoka, Oklahoma 

C.B. Memminger Atoka, Oklahoma 

Notes for MARY MAGDALENE LOWE:

Cause of Death: Congestive Heart Failure caused by Hypertensive Cardiovascular Disease.

Burial: March 24, 1964; Farris Cemetery, Farris, Atoka County, Oklahoma. 

MARY HEMBREE Obituary: 

     Mary Hembree, wife of J. M. Hembree, passed away March 21, 1964 in Antlers Hospital.  She was buried March 24, 1964 in Farris Cemetery. Services were at Assembly of God Church in Farris, Rev. Martin officiating, where she was a faithful member. 

     Born 1883 in Huntsville, Scotts County, Tennessee her parents were Mike and Judy Lowe.  She married her school day sweetheart J. M. Hembree July 14, 1901.  They had known each other and lived a short distance apart.  They had been married 64 happy years. 

     She had 14 children, 9 children still living.  Five boys and 4 girls, Mike, Gar, Yank, Frank, Harmon, Lovis, Jane, Fannie and Bertha. 

     I Rev. J. M. Hembree would like to express my thanks to the many friends, relatives, churches, pastors, doctors and hospital staff for all and every thing, prayers and kindness. 

LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT: 

State of Oklahoma   }

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     Atoka County   } 

     IN THE NAME OF GOD, AMEN: 

     I Mary Hembree, of Farris, Oklahoma, being now in good health and in sound and disposing mind and memory, but sensible of the uncertainty of life, and desiring to make disposition of my property and affairs while in health and strength, do hereby make, publish and declare the following to be my last Will and Testament, hereby revoking and canceling all other and former wills by me at any time made: 

     1.  I direct the payment of all my just debts and funeral expenses as speedily as possible. 

     2.  To my beloved husband, J. M. Hembree, I give, devise and bequeath all of my property, real and personal, of every kind and character and wherever situated, whether vested or contingent at the time of my death, absolutely free and clear of any conditions or restriction whatsoever. 

     3.  To my grand-child, Mary Helen Haskins, and to all my children, Mike Hembree, Garfield Hembree, Marion Hembree, Frank Hembree, Fannie McDaniel, nee Hembree, Harmon Hembree, Bertha Bryant, nee Hembree, Mary Jane Standifer, nee Hembree, and Lovis Cullins, nee Hembree, I give devise and bequeath my love and affection. 

     4.  I hereby appoint and designate my husband, J. M. Hembree, sole executor without bond of this my last Will and Testament. 

     IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my name this 1st day of February, 1960. 

                                   Her Mark X

                                   Mary Hembree

Witness to mark:  Mary  Hembree

The name Mary Hembree signed by me in her presence and at her request and in the presence of C. B. Memminger - H. H. Coak. 

Subscribed by Mary Hembree, by her mark, in the presence of each of us, the undersigned, and at the same time declared by her to be her last Will and Testament, and we, thereupon at her request, in her presence and in the presence of each of us sign our names this 1st day of February, 1960. 

Emma R. Lacy                  Coalgate, Oklahoma 

Mary Ruth Smith               Atoka, Oklahoma 

C. B. Memminger              Atoka, Oklahoma       

Children of JAMES HEMBREE and MARY LOWE are:

                   i.       UNNAMED9 HEMBREE. 

More About UNNAMED HEMBREE:

Cause of Death: Stillborn 

                  ii.       MIKE HEMBREE, b. June 12, 1902, Gerty, Indian Territory, Oklahoma; d. December 26, 1986, Edmond, Oklahoma, Logan County; m. (1) EZELLA HOUCHIN, 1938; m. (2) FLORIDA BELL HOWELL, August 05, 1942, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

                 iii.       GARFIELD FRANKLIN HEMBREE, b. February 07, 1904, Gerty, Indian Territory, Oklahoma; d. May 25, 1976, Cogdell Memorial Hospital, Snyder, Texas, Scurry County; m. MARGARET JANIE GARMAN, September 24, 1926, Antlers, Oklahoma.

                 iv.       MARION GOLDIE HEMBREE, b. December 10, 1905, Gerty, Indian Territory, Oklahoma; d. August 25, 1968, Atoka Hospital, Atoka, Oklahoma, Atoka County; m. ELLA MAE HOUCHIN, August 03, 1927, Farris, Atoka County, Oklahoma. 

Notes for MARION GOLDIE HEMBREE:

Burial: August 28, 1968, Buried at Atoka, Oklahoma Farris Cemetery, Farris, OK.

Occupation: Mechanic 

                  v.       DONIA LOVIS HEMBREE, b. January 02, 1908, Atoka, Oklahoma, Atoka County; d. March 19, 1995, Country Club Care, Duncan Stephens County, Oklahoma; m. FRED F. CULLINS.

                 vi.       MATILDA HEMBREE, b. September 13, 1909, Atoka, Atoka County, Oklahoma; d. December 25, 1936, Sedgwick County Hospital, Wichita, Kansas; m. (1) CLARANCE WALLACE; m. (2) MARVIN MILLER, 1934. 

Notes for MATILDA HEMBREE:

Burial: Westview Cemetery, Atoka, Atoka County, Oklahoma. 

                vii.       HELLEN HEMBREE, b. June 1910, Atoka, Oklahoma, Atoka County; d. December 16, 1919, Atoka, Oklahoma, Atoka County. 

More About HELLEN HEMBREE:

Burial: December 17, 1919; Westview Cemetery, Atoka, Atoka County, Oklahoma. Cause of Death: Died from injuries caused by being burned by children playing with fire. 

189.        viii.       MARY JANE HEMBREE, b. July 24, 1913, Atoka, Oklahoma, Atoka County.

                  ix.       ELAINE ELLUER HEMBREE, b. 1915, Atoka, Oklahoma, Atoka County; d. 1917, Atoka, Oklahoma, Atoka County. 

More About ELAINE ELLUER HEMBREE:

Buried: Tushka, Oklahoma, Atoka County. 

                   x.       FRANK ESAW HEMBREE, b. May 24, 1918, Farris, Atoka County, Oklahoma; d. May 17, 1969, Sulphur, Oklahoma, Murray County; D.O.A. Arbuckle Memorial Hospital; m. (1) BEULAH AMANDA DRAPER, March 27, 1943, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; m. (2) BEVERLY ROSE FONDREN, 1961, Dennison, Texas; m. (3) JANELL JOHNSON, 1967. 

Notes for FRANK ESAW HEMBREE:

May have been born in Tushka, Oklahoma. 

More About FRANK ESAW HEMBREE:

Buried: Davis, Oklahoma Farris Cemetery. 

                  xi.       HARMON HEMBREE, b. May 26, 1919, Tushka, Atoka County, Oklahoma; d. November 23, 2000, Moore, Oklahoma, Oklahoma County; Integrated Health Services, Nursing Home; m. HAZEL BEATRICE SHATSWELL, September 17, 1938, Farris, Atoka County, Oklahoma.

                 xii.       FANNIE LOU HEMBREE, b. August 30, 1921, Farris, Atoka County, Oklahoma; m. (1) HOLLIS ALVIN MCDANIEL, October 30, 1939, Farris, Atoka County, Oklahoma; m. (2) THOMAS W. BOWMAN, 1966, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 

Notes for HOLLIS ALVIN MCDANIEL:

Burial: Arlington Memorial Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK. 

                xiii.       BERTHA HEMBREE, b. November 30, 1924, Farris, Atoka County, Oklahoma; d. May 13, 1982, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma County; Mercy Health Center; m. RUFUS BRYANT, May 16, 1944, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 

121.  REBECCA8 HEMBREE (JAMES7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born 1842 in Scott County, Tennessee.  She married (1) WILLIAM SMITH.  She married (2) WILLIAM OVERTON April 30, 1876 in Scott County, Tennessee.       

Children of REBECCA HEMBREE and WILLIAM SMITH are:

190.            i.       MARY9 HEMBREE, b. 1865.

191.           ii.       BENJAMIN THORNTON HEMBREE, b. April 20, 1875, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; d. February 09, 1960, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County; at residence.       

Children of REBECCA HEMBREE and WILLIAM OVERTON are:

                 iii.       NANCY9 OVERTON, b. 1866.

                 iv.       JAMES M. OVERTON, b. 1869. 

122.  PHOEBE8 HEMBREE (JAMES7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born November 1847 in Scott County, Tennessee.  She married (1) EWELL CHITWOOD September 20, 1868 in Scott County, Tennessee, son of PLEASANT CHITWOOD and SARAH THOMPSON.  She married (2) JOHN OVERTON Aft. 1880. 

Notes for PHOEBE HEMBREE:

I'm not sure how she spelled her name, it may be Phebe Hembree. I have conflicting dates on the year she was born, she may have been born in 1848.        

Children of PHOEBE HEMBREE and EWELL CHITWOOD are:

                   i.       ARMELDA9 CHITWOOD, b. 1870, Tennessee; m. DAVID DUNCAN.

                  ii.       ROSA F. CHITWOOD, b. August 26, 1874, Missouri; d. April 30, 1934, Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee; at residence; m. WILLIAM S. ADKINS. 

Notes for ROSA F. CHITWOOD:

Burial: May 02, 1934, Helenwood Cemetery, Helenwood, Scott County, Tennessee 

More About ROSA F. CHITWOOD:

Cause of Death: Double Bronchial Pneumonia 

                 iii.       EDWARD (EDDIE) CHITWOOD, b. January 26, 1878, Helenwood, Scott County, Tennessee; d. August 06, 1955, Harriman Hospital, Harriman, Tennessee; m. GERTRUDE MURLEY. 

Notes for EDWARD (EDDIE) CHITWOOD:

                            Burial: Brickyard Cemetery, Hellenwood, Tennessee 

123.  ALVIS KENCAID8 HEMBREE (JAMES7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born October 31, 1857 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County, and died October 25, 1909 in Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County.  He married (1) MATILDA GOODMAN March 20, 1879 in Scott County, Tennessee, daughter of JOHN GOODMAN and JANE LOWE.  He married (2) MELISSA February 10, 1890 in Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee. 

Notes for ALVIS KENCAID HEMBREE: 

More About ALVIS KENCAID HEMBREE:

Burial: October 27, 1909; Huntsville Cemetery, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County. 

Child of ALVIS HEMBREE and MATILDA GOODMAN is:

                   i.       LOTTA9 HEMBREE, b. 1880.       

Children of ALVIS HEMBREE and MELISSA are:

                  ii.       FLORENCE9 HEMBREE, b. March 20, 1892, Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee; d. May 24, 1925; m. EAMAR PHILLIPS, November 23, 1907, Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee.

                 iii.       MAUDE HEMBREE, b. May 13, 1894, Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee; m. BATY ELLIS, December 18, 1920, Huntsville, Scott County, Tennessee.

                 iv.       ETHEL HEMBREE, b. August 17, 1895, Huntsville, Scott Co., Tennessee; m. GRADEN CRAWLEY, January 01, 1914, Huntsville, Tennessee, Scott County.

                  v.       BERTIE HEMBREE, b. April 28, 1899, Huntsville, Scott Co., Tennessee; d. June 04, 1982, Scott County, Tennessee; m. HOBERT NEWPORT. 

Notes for BERTIE HEMBREE: 

More About BERTIE HEMBREE:

Burial: June 06, 1982; Newport Cemetery, Winona, Scott County, Tennessee. 

Notes for HOBERT NEWPORT:

PVT. Co. E, 62 Pioneer Inf. WWI.

Burial: July 13, 1959; Newport Cemetery, Winona, Tennessee, Scott County. 

                 vi.       JAMES E. HEMBREE, b. December 08, 1901, Huntsville, Scott Co., Tennessee; m. MOLLY COLE.

                vii.       LAURIE BELLE HEMBREE, b. July 10, 1904, Huntsville, Scott Co., Tennessee; m. ARTHUR AKINS, September 06, 1921, Huntsville, Scott Co., Tennessee.

               viii.       LOMA MAE HEMBREE, b. April 02, 1909, Huntsville, Scott Co., Tennessee; d. July 28, 1926, Huntsville, Scott Co., Tennessee. 

Notes for LOMA MAE HEMBREE:

Loma was raped while walking home one night. She got some blood poisoning from the incident and later died.  

                                NOTE: She was born four years after Alvis died. There is either something wrong in the dates or there was some hanky-panky after Alvis died.

124.  ISIAH HAMILTON8 HEMBREE (ROBERT BLUFORD7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born November 13, 1843 in Smoky Creek,Tennessee, Scott County, and died June 14, 1937 in Norma, Tennessee, Scott County, at home..  He married (1) MARY HAMBY 1869.  He married (2) REBECCA J. LOWE April 09, 1874 in Smokey Creek, Scott County, Tennessee, daughter of MICHAEL LOWE and MARTHA THOMPSON. 

Notes for ISIAH HAMILTON HEMBREE:

Age at death: 93 years, 5 months and 1 day old.

Burial: June 15, 1937; Lone Mountain Cemetery, Norma Tennessee, Scott County. 

Cause of Death: Myocardial insufficiency, (date of onset Feb. 15, 1937). 

     Isiah Hamilton Hembree was listed in the Scott County Federal Census for 1870  as Isiah H. Hembree, and in all other census as well as his Civil War Pension and Death Certificate he was listed as Hamilton Hembree.

     Hamilton enlisted in the Union Army, as a private on Sept., 1, 1863, into Co. K, 49th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, under the Command of Capt. John Guodiu.  He appears on a Muster-out Roll and was last paid on Dec. 26, 1864, he was honorably discharged on that date.

     While in the service and in the line of duty at Camp Nelson, Ky. on or about Jan. 1864 he contracted measles resulting in heart disease, chronic diarrhea and rheumatism, caused by being overheated while on march from Bowling Green, KY. to Nashville, TN.. He was also injured while driving a wagon at Camp Nelson, when the wagon got stuck in the mud, suffering a rupture of his right side, while trying to lift the wagon wheel out of the mud.  There is also at least 2 affidavits of William and Marshall Goodin, who say that Hamilton's medical problems stem from a march from Camp Burnsides to Sloan Hill, when he got sick and was taken back to Camp Burnsides---though the stories are different, the problems are the same in these affidavits as well as from Joseph Low, Phillip Low, Robert Bluford Hembree, (his father), Pleasant Jeffers, William A. Hembree (his first cousin), James Hembree (his uncle), Isaac Duncan, John Massengale, Columbus Low and E. (Ezekiel) Hembree (first cousin once removed); they all agreed that Hamilton's physical problems existed.

     Hamilton first applied for a pension on March 24, 1884 from Scott County, Tennessee (# 509284).  After many years of trying he tried again on Jan 20, 1892 and was awarded with a $6.00 per month pension (#721699) on Feb. 8, 1892.  He applied for pension increase in April 4, 1894.  His pension ended Aug. 2, 1894 and was reissued, $2.00 per month from Dec. 18, 1890 for Rheumatism and increased to $6.00 under the Act of March 2, 1895.  He applied for increases on May 2, 1900, Jan. 21, 1903 and received $10.00 per month commencing Aug. 24, 1903 and ending Dec. 15, 1903.  He received increases to $16.00 July 29, 1912; $20.00 Nov. 13, 1913; $24.00 Nov. 13, 1918; $35.00 June 10, 1918; $50.00 Sept. 15, 1921 and the last raise on April 5, 1924 to $72.00 per month.

     He was born Nov. 13, 1843 on Smokey Creek, Scott County, Tennessee; he was 5 ft. 8 inches tall, had a fair complexion, light hair with gray eyes.  He died June 14, 1937, he was 93 years 5 months and 1 day old.  He was buried by Cooper's Funeral Home on June 15, 1937 in Lone Mountain Cemetery, Norma, Scott County,  Tennessee. 

More About REBECCA J. LOWE:

Burial: June 18, 1933, Lone Mountain Cemetery, Norma, Tennessee, Scott County.       

Child of ISIAH HEMBREE and MARY HAMBY is:

                   i.       MARY "POLLY"9 HEMBREE, b. March 29, 1870, Tennessee; d. January 12, 1954, Lancing, Tennessee, Morgan County; at residence.       

Children of ISIAH HEMBREE and REBECCA LOWE are:

                  ii.       JOSEPHINE9 HEMBREE, b. 1875.

                 iii.       ALVIN HEMBREE, b. 1887. 

125.  SARAH ANN8 HEMBREE (ROBERT BLUFORD7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born November 06, 1846 in Campbell County, Tennessee (now Morgan County), and died December 21, 1924 in Morgan County, Tennessee.  She married JERMIAH HAMBY March 15, 1860 in Morgan County, Tennessee, son of LEWIS HAMBY and MARTHA ROARK.       

Children of SARAH HEMBREE and JERMIAH HAMBY are:

                   i.       ALEXANDER9 HAMBY, b. December 05, 1860, Tennessee; d. October 07, 1921, Morgan County, Tennessee.

                  ii.       MARTHA MANUBIA HAMBY, b. May 12, 1862; d. March 07, 1889.

                 iii.       CHARIETY EMALINE HAMBY, b. March 28, 1864; d. September 19, 1889.

                 iv.       MARY ALICE HAMBY, b. April 01, 1866; d. March 07, 1889.

                  v.       SARAH ELLEN HAMBY, b. March 22, 1867, Rural Morgan County, Tennessee; d. February 28, 1955, Newcomb, Tennessee, Campbell County; m. HENRY LOUDEN, March 03, 1900.

                 vi.       RUBEN P. HAMBY, b. September 24, 1870; d. April 12, 1940, Morgan County, Tennessee.

                vii.       SAMUEL MILLER HAMBY, b. January 14, 1874, Morgan County, Tennessee; d. March 21, 1961, Morgan County, Tennessee.

               viii.       PERMELIA JANE HAMBY, b. May 10, 1875, Morgan County, Tennessee; d. March 13, 1962, Morgan County, Tennessee.

                  ix.       FRANKLIN "DOCTOR FRANK" HAMBY, b. December 18, 1878.

                   x.       WILLIAM H. HAMBY, b. March 08, 1880; d. January 06, 1956.

                  xi.       TEMPY HAMBY, b. May 05, 1883; d. 1985.

                 xii.       JOHN WILSON HAMBY, b. August 14, 1885; d. January 16, 1922.

                xiii.       HENDERSON HAMBY, b. May 15, 1888; d. September 06, 1936. 

126.  ALEXANDER8 HEMBREE (ROBERT BLUFORD7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born August 10, 1875 in Tennessee, and died March 31, 1987.       

Child of ALEXANDER HEMBREE is:

                   i.       HURSTLE9 HEMBREE, m. ZELMA HUTCHINSON. 

127.  REBECCA J.8 HEMBREE (ROBERT BLUFORD7, JOHN (JR.)6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born October 12, 1877 in Scott County, Tennessee, and died July 28, 1959 in Helenwood, Tennessee, Scott County; at residence Rt. 1.  She married (1) JOEL HAYWOOD KEETEN.  She married (2) GEORGE BILL NORRIS August 21, 1910 in Scott County, Tennessee, son of W. NORRIS and PARIZIDA GIBSON. 

More About REBECCA J. HEMBREE:

Burial: July 30, 1959; Cecil Cemetery, Helenwood, Tennessee. 

More About GEORGE BILL NORRIS:

Burial: February 01, 1967, Cecil Cemetery, Helenwood, Tennessee.       

Child of REBECCA HEMBREE and JOEL KEETEN is:

                   i.       PEARL MYRTLE9 KEETEN, b. March 31, 1899, Scott County, Tennessee; d. January 05, 1972, Scott County, Tennessee; m. SILAS MCKINLEY BROWN. 

128.  ALFRED8 HEMBREE (URIAH7, EDWARD6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born October 1830 in Walhalla, South Carolina, and died January 26, 1865 in Knoxville, Tennessee, Knox County.  He married LUCY JANE MURRAY December 22, 1850 in Pickens County, Pickens, South Carolina. 

More About ALFRED HEMBREE:

Occupation: Wheelwright.

Buried: Old Gray Military Cemetery-Section "A" Grave 1334.       

Children of ALFRED HEMBREE and LUCY MURRAY are:

                   i.       JOHN DERICE9 HEMBREE, b. November 18, 1851; d. March 22, 1935; m. MARY J. ODOM, March 1869.

                  ii.       JAMES S. HEMBREE, b. 1856.

                 iii.       ALFRED HEMBREE, JR., b. September 07, 1860.

                 iv.       LEWIS MARION HEMBREE, b. July 11, 1863, Transylvania County, North Carolina; d. September 04, 1920, Tennessee; m. (1) MARY; m. (2) SARAH ELIZABETH HATCHER. 

Notes for LEWIS MARION HEMBREE:

                            Burial: New Gists Creek Cemetery, Sevier County, TN. 

129.  JAMES FRANKLIN8 HEMBREE (URIAH7, EDWARD6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born November 10, 1838 in Walhalla, South Carolina, and died April 10, 1922 in Cosby, Tennessee, Cocke County.  He married NANCY ELIZABETH LINDSEY, daughter of WILLIAM LINDSEY and PHEBE BROYLES. 

More About JAMES FRANKLIN HEMBREE:

Burial: Aft. April 10, 1922, Hembree/Styles Cemetery, Cocke County, Tennessee. 

More About NANCY ELIZABETH LINDSEY:

Burial: Aft. February 03, 1937, Hembree/Styles Cemetery, Cocke County, Tennessee.       

Children of JAMES HEMBREE and NANCY LINDSEY are:

                   i.       URIAH JACKSON9 HEMBREE, b. September 03, 1865, Jeffersonville, Indiana, Clark County; d. March 16, 1942, Knoxville, Tennessee, Knox County; m. (1) NELLIE; m. (2) ELSIE GILLILAND; m. (3) LAURA OWNBY; m. (4) IDA. 

Notes for URIAH JACKSON HEMBREE:

Burial: Brown's Chapel-Newport, Tennessee.

Occupation: Minister 

192.           ii.       JOHN W. HEMBREE, b. July 05, 1867, Cosby, Cocke County, Tennessee; d. June 13, 1935, Cosby, Cocke County, Tennessee.

                 iii.       JAMES ROBERT "BOB" HEMBREE, b. 1873.

                 iv.       GEORGE WASHINGTON HEMBREE, b. 1876, Cosby, Cocke County, Tennessee; m. (1) BROWN; m. (2) DORA FORD.

                  v.       WILLIAM JACKSON HEMBREE, b. 1877, Cosby, Cocke County, Tennessee; d. Cosby, Cocke County, Tennessee; m. REBECCA JENKINS.

                 vi.       LEWIS HEMBREE, b. February 23, 1878, Cosby, Cocke County, Tennessee; d. March 09, 1953, Cosby, Cocke County, Tennessee; m. ALGIE JENKINS. 

Notes for LEWIS HEMBREE:

Burial: Clark Cemetery 

                vii.       VENIE HEMBREE, b. 1883, Cosby, Cocke County, Tennessee; m. (1) KURT SMELSER; m. (2) GEORGE BARNES.

               viii.       JAMES SEPHAS HEMBREE, b. January 14, 1886, Cosby, Cocke County, Tennessee; d. March 09, 1970, Cosby, Cocke County, Tennessee; m. NANCY SUTTON. 

More About JAMES SEPHAS HEMBREE:

Burial: March 13, 1970, Hembree/Styles Cemetery, Cocke County, Tennessee. 

Marriage Notes for JAMES HEMBREE and NANCY SUTTON:

                            Seph and Nancy had no children of their own, but they raised two of his brother John's boys, Johnny and Jimmy.  

130.  WILLIAM JACKSON8 HEMBREE (URIAH7, EDWARD6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born 1844 in Walhalla, South Carolina.  He married JANE LAWSON October 19, 1872 in Sevier County, Tennessee.       

Children of WILLIAM HEMBREE and JANE LAWSON are:

                   i.       JAMES9 HEMBREE, b. 1869; m. SARAH C..

                  ii.       CHARLEY HEMBREE, b. 1876.

                 iii.       WILLIAM RILEY HEMBREE, b. 1877.

                 iv.       LOWERY H. HEMBREE, b. 1878.

                  v.       HULDY HEMBREE, b. 1892. 

131.  CYRUS SPENCER8 HEMBREE (URIAH7, EDWARD6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born August 09, 1848 in Walhalla, South Carolina, and died October 12, 1930 in Waynesville, North Carolina, Haywood County.  He married RACHEL MATILDA VESS February 23, 1873 in Haywood County, North Carolina or Cocke County, Tennessee, daughter of GEORGE VESS and MARY BUFF. 

Notes for CYRUS SPENCER HEMBREE:

May have died Aft. November 30, 1930.

Occupation: Farmer.

Buried: Red Bank Cemetery, Waynesville, Haywood County, North Carolina.       

Children of CYRUS HEMBREE and RACHEL VESS are:

                   i.       MARY ELIZABETH9 HEMBREE, b. May 11, 1874, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. April 18, 1956, Haywood County, North Carolina; m. DAVID EMANUEL MCELROY, July 09, 1893, Sevierville, Tennessee. 

More About MARY ELIZABETH HEMBREE:

Buried: Red Bank or Red Hill Cemetery near Saunnook, North Carolina. 

Notes for DAVID EMANUEL MCELROY:

Burial: Red Bank or Red Hill Cemetery Near Saunnook, NC. 

                  ii.       REUBEN LAFAYETTE HEMBREE, b. June 09, 1877, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. November 16, 1951, Haywood County, North Carolina; m. (1) HESTER A. DILLS, Bef. 1932; m. (2) SALLIE HARRISON, August 19, 1932. 

Notes for SALLIE HARRISON:

Burial: Red Bank or Red Hill Cemetery Near Saunnook, NC. 

                 iii.       MARTHA ELLEN HEMBREE, b. July 20, 1879; d. April 04, 1946; m. JAMES WILLIS JOHNSON.

                 iv.       JAMES FRANK HEMBREE, b. April 28, 1882, Sevier County, Tennessee; d. February 15, 1947, Ivy Hill Township, Haywood County, North Carolina; m. (1) CARRIE BRADSHAW ARRINGTON; m. (2) MINNIE ROBENA MCELROY, June 22, 1903, Ivy Hill Township, Haywood County, North Carolina. 

Notes for JAMES FRANK HEMBREE:

Burial: Davis Chapel Ironduff, Haywood Co. NC. 

                  v.       WILLIAM MANNON HEMBREE, b. April 03, 1885; d. August 23, 1887.

                 vi.       HESTER DILLS HEMBREE, b. September 13, 1887; d. July 16, 1932.

                vii.       MARGARET ANN HEMBREE, b. March 27, 1888, Jonathan Creek, Haywood County, North Carolina; d. May 12, 1948, Benton Harbor, Michigan, Berrien County; m. WILLIAM JACKSON BAXTER, February 03, 1903, Cosby, Cocke County, Tennessee. 

Notes for MARGARET ANN HEMBREE:

Burial: Crystal Springs Cemetery 

Notes for WILLIAM JACKSON BAXTER:

Burial: Olge Cemetery, Cosby, Cocke Co., TN. 

               viii.       JOHN LUTHER HEMBREE, b. May 08, 1892; d. February 19, 1895.

                  ix.       FRANCIS MARION HEMBREE, b. February 20, 1896; d. January 01, 1969; m. (1) BEULA MAE MCMAHAN; m. (2) RUTH AGNES EVANS. 

132.  LUCINDA ELIZABETH8 HEMBREE (NIMROD7, EDWARD6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born June 19, 1846 in South Carolina, and died January 18, 1930 in Smith County, Texas.  She married MARION O. THRELKELD, son of NEWTON THRELKELD and JANE. 

More About LUCINDA ELIZABETH HEMBREE:

Buried: Threlkeld Cemetery, Smith County, Texas. 

More About MARION O. THRELKELD:

Buried: Threlkeld Cemetery, Smith County, Texas.

Cause of Death: Murdered.       

Children of LUCINDA HEMBREE and MARION THRELKELD are:

                   i.       MARTHA L.9 THRELKELD, b. January 02, 1873, Georgia; d. February 17, 1960, Smith County, Texas.

                  ii.       JOHN N. THRELKELD, b. 1875, Georgia; d. 1903, Smith County, Texas. 

More About JOHN N. THRELKELD:

Buried: Threlkeld Cemetery, Smith County, Texas. 

                 iii.       MARY E. THRELKELD, b. October 04, 1877, Georgia; d. August 23, 1907, Smith County, Texas.

                 iv.       HENRY H. THRELKELD, b. January 08, 1881, Georgia; d. June 11, 1961, Smith County, Texas. 

More About HENRY H. THRELKELD:

Buried: Threlkeld Cemetery, Smith County, Texas. 

                  v.       WILLIE NEAL THRELKELD, b. March 07, 1883, Georgia; d. December 30, 1961, Smith County, Texas.

                 vi.       GEORGIA THRELKELD, b. July 1885, Georgia. 

133.  JAMES A. (JIMMY)8 HEMBREE (NIMROD7, EDWARD6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born December 31, 1850 in Walhalla, South Carolina, Oconee County, and died February 20, 1901.  He married SARAH "SALLIE" M. WOOD Bef. 1875 in Georgia, daughter of JOHN WOOD. 

More About JAMES A. (JIMMY) HEMBREE:

Buried: Grove Level Baptist Church Cemetery, Maysville, Georgia, Banks County. 

Notes for SARAH "SALLIE" M. WOOD:

Her tombstone inscription reads:  "Sallie Hembree,  Died Aug 2, 1922,  Age about 75 Yrs. & 10 Months."

Age at death: About 75 years and 10 months old.

Buried: Grove Level Baptist Church Cemetery, Maysville, Georgia, Banks County.

Cause of Death: Chronic Tuberculosis of Lungs.       

Children of JAMES HEMBREE and SARAH WOOD are:

                   i.       JOHN WILLIE9 HEMBREE, b. December 02, 1875, Banks County, Georgia; d. March 09, 1949, Banks County, Georgia.

                  ii.       JAMES EDGAR HEMBREE, b. July 02, 1878, Banks County, Georgia; d. January 10, 1944, Mooresboro, Cleveland County, North Carolina; m. EASTER WINKLER. 

Notes for JAMES EDGAR HEMBREE:

Burial: Double Springs Baptist Cemetery, Mooresboro, Cleveland County, NC. 

Notes for EASTER WINKLER:

Burial: Double Springs Baptist Cemetery, Mooresboro, Cleveland County, NC. 

                 iii.       CHARLES LEE HEMBREE, b. September 18, 1881, Homer, Banks County, Georgia; d. February 10, 1939, Commerce, Jackson County, Georgia; m. MARY NARD.

                 iv.       ALBERT LEONARD HEMBREE, b. March 18, 1884, Banks County, Georgia; d. April 15, 1941, Homer, Georgia.

                  v.       MARY ELIZABETH "LIZZIE" HEMBREE, b. 1887, Banks County, Georgia; d. 1951; m. SAM WILLIAM RYLEE.

                 vi.       PEARL ETHEL HEMBREE, b. May 03, 1888, Banks County, Georgia; d. December 31, 1965, Banks County, Georgia.

                vii.       MERTIS A. HEMBREE, b. September 10, 1892, Banks County, Georgia; d. March 22, 1927. 

134.  JAMES A.8 HEMBREE (ELIJAH7, EDWARD6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born 1844 in South Carolina.  He married LUCINDA. 

Notes for JAMES A. HEMBREE:

May have been born in 1843.       

Children of JAMES HEMBREE and LUCINDA are:

                   i.       JOSEPH9 HEMBREE, b. 1861.

                  ii.       CALVIN HEMBREE, b. 1863.

                 iii.       MARTHA HEMBREE, b. 1867.

                 iv.       MARY HEMBREE, b. 1868.

                  v.       WILLIAM R. HEMBREE, b. 1869. 

135.  ABSOLEM8 HEMBREE (ELIJAH7, EDWARD6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born 1846 in Georgia, and died July 19, 1926 in Campbell County, Georgia.  He married HARRIET A. TURNER 1875 in Georgia, daughter of DAVID TURNER and ELIZABETH GUTHRIE. 

Notes for ABSOLEM HEMBREE:

Alias: Absolom/ Abb HEMBREE  

He was a farmer in 1926 in CAMPBELL COUNTY , Georgia. 

He was buried in Bethel Cemetery located on Stonewall Tell road, Campbell County, Georgia. 

Notes for HARRIET A. TURNER:

She was buried on February 2 1935 in Bethel Cemetery located on Stonewall Tell Road, Campbell County, Georgia.       

Children of ABSOLEM HEMBREE and HARRIET TURNER are:

                   i.       ROBERT LEE9 HEMBREE.

                  ii.       WILLIAM EDGAR HEMBREE, b. Abt. 1877, Georgia.

                 iii.       JOHN LEWIS (SR.) HEMBREE, b. March 1880, Georgia; d. April 01, 1950, Atlanta, Georgia; Fulton County. 

Notes for JOHN LEWIS (SR.) HEMBREE:

JOHN LEWIS HEMBREE SR lived between 1880 and 1950 at Rt 1, Campbellton Road, Ben Hill, Georgia.  He was a FARMER between 1880 and 1950 in FULTON County, Georgia. 

He was buried on 3 APR 1950 in West View Cemetery, Atlanta, Georgia; Fulton County. 

                 iv.       JAMES "JIM" THOMAS HEMBREE, b. April 1882, Georgia; d. January 28, 1953, Fulton County, Georgia. 

Notes for JAMES "JIM" THOMAS HEMBREE:

He was buried in CAMPBELL BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY. 

                  v.       LUTICIA HEMBREE, b. October 1885, Georgia. 

136.  SARAH ANN8 HEMBREE (EDWARD (JR.)7, EDWARD6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born July 19, 1840 in Pickens District (Oconee County) South Carolina, and died March 03, 1909 in Knoxville, Tennessee, Knox County.  She married (1) WILLIAM AUGUSTUS TODD.  She married (2) W. ALBERT LOVE 1867. 

Notes for WILLIAM AUGUSTUS TODD:

Joined the Confederate Army during the Civil War and was killed in the war in 1862; his death was not reported until after the war.       

Child of SARAH HEMBREE and W. LOVE is:

                   i.       SYLVANUS HERMAN9 LOVE, b. October 07, 1868; d. June 11, 1961. 

137.  JAMES E.8 HEMBREE (EDWARD (JR.)7, EDWARD6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born May 16, 1848, and died November 22, 1901.  He married MARTHA JANE SANDERS September 20, 1866 in North Carolina, daughter of SQUIRE SANDERS and ELIZABETH SMITH.       

Children of JAMES HEMBREE and MARTHA SANDERS are:

                   i.       HARRIET ALICE9 HEMBREE, b. December 14, 1868; m. DAN BARKER, September 11, 1886.

                  ii.       MARGARET ELIZABETH HEMBREE, b. May 21, 1870; m. WILL SMITH. 

Notes for MARGARET ELIZABETH HEMBREE:

May have been born in 1869. 

                 iii.       WILLIS ALONZO HEMBREE, b. January 01, 1872; m. RHONDA WILLIAMS, November 18, 1894. 

Notes for WILLIS ALONZO HEMBREE:

His name may have been Wilice L. Hembree. 

                 iv.       ELIZA MARIAH HEMBREE, b. March 07, 1873; m. BRET WATKINS, July 15, 1887.

                  v.       JOSIE ELLA HEMBREE, b. August 04, 1875; m. FRANK HOBBS, August 10, 1892. 

Notes for JOSIE ELLA HEMBREE:

Her name may have been Jose. 

                 vi.       FRENCHIE ANNONA HEMBREE, b. December 01, 1877; m. JOHN HOBBS, December 05, 1895. 

Notes for FRENCHIE ANNONA HEMBREE:

Her name may have been spelled Frenchey and she may have been born 1878. 

                vii.       JAMES CAMBELL HEMBREE, b. March 13, 1879. 

More About JAMES CAMBELL HEMBREE:

Medical Information: Died as a Baby. 

               viii.    EVA BERLETTA HEMBREE, b. February 17, 1881; d. December 29, 1952; m. THOMAS E. JOHNSON, December 16, 1900. 

138.  DAVID8 HEMBREE (PHENE7, EDWARD6, JOHN (SR.)5, WILLIAM (JR.)4, WILLIAM (SR.)3, ISACC2, HENRY1) was born 1833.  He married ELIZABETH.       

Children of DAVID HEMBREE and ELIZABETH are:

                   i.       JOHN L.9 HEMBREE, b. 1856.

                  ii.       JAMES E. HEMBREE, b. 1858.

                 iii.       W.C. HEMBREE, b. 1866.

                 iv.       A.M. HEMBREE, b. 1868.

                  v.       J.G. HEMBREE, b. 1869.
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