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Emma Terrissa Lackey Keesee and Felix May Lackey Stroud (sisters)
Emma Terrissa Lackey Keesee and Felix May Lackey Stroud (sisters)
 
 
202
Eula Mabel Bartley Hayman
Eula Mabel Bartley Hayman
Daughter of William Andrew Bartley and Addie Ann Middleton 
 
203
Fossil Hill Middle School Principal Todd Lacey was recently honored with the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Patriot Award.
Fossil Hill Middle School Principal Todd Lacey was recently honored with the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Patriot Award.
 
 
204
From Slave to Statesman: The Legacy of Joshua Houston, Servant to Sam Houston
From Slave to Statesman: The Legacy of Joshua Houston, Servant to Sam Houston
Mentions Tom Kesee (Keesee), state policeman, shot along with Capt. McNelly. 
 
205
Funeral of Emma Terrissa Lackey Keesee Oct. 9, 1945
Funeral of Emma Terrissa Lackey Keesee Oct. 9, 1945
Picture taken at Fort Phantom Hill Cemetery when their mother Emma Terrissa Lackey Keesee was buried. She died Oct. 9, 1945. Left to right: George Washington, Luther, Ethel Keesee Passmore, Wilburn and Robert Keesee 
 
206 Genealogy: Martin-Middleton-Reed-Oliver Families
By Clara Martin Smith Morton: Written 1987 
 
207 George M. Keesee and wife, Rhoda A. Keesee to Eliza C. Gardner
Washington County, Texas, April 2nd, 1861, One tract 204 acres, Second tract 50 acres, and Third 25 acres with one acre excepted for Cemetery 
 
208
George Washington and Dolly Willingham Keesee taken 1961
George Washington and Dolly Willingham Keesee taken 1961
 
 
209 Georgia Probate Records for orphans of Thomas Johnson March 1830 Jones County, Georgia
mentions orphans Thomas, Madison Lucretia Johnson, witnessed by CALEB WILLINGHAM, Moses Gunn, and John S. Childs 
 
210
Gideon Keesee headstone
Gideon Keesee headstone
 
 
211
Hair and glasses that belonged to Emma Terrissa Lackey Keesee
Hair and glasses that belonged to Emma Terrissa Lackey Keesee
 
 
212
Headstone George and Dolly Willingham Keesee
Headstone George and Dolly Willingham Keesee
Status: Located.  
 
213
Headstone Milton S. Keesee
Headstone Milton S. Keesee
 
 
214
Headstone of Andora Keesee Smith Potts and her first husband D. C. Smith
Headstone of Andora Keesee Smith Potts and her first husband D. C. Smith
 
 
215
Headstone of Eugene Mercer Keesee
Headstone of Eugene Mercer Keesee
 
 
216
Headstone Robert and Laura Keesee
Headstone Robert and Laura Keesee
 
 
217
Headstones:  Jess Middleton and Zora Ethel Swindle Middleton
Rev. James Allen and Elsie T. Bartley Middleton
Headstones: Jess Middleton and Zora Ethel Swindle Middleton Rev. James Allen and Elsie T. Bartley Middleton
Ft. Phantom Hill Cemetery, Jones County, Texas 
 
218
Headstones:  Lily Mariah Williams wife of William Allen Oliver (marr. Dec 1832)
Born Sept. 30, 1814; died Feb. 23, 1858
Buried Elm Grove Cemetery, Stokesdale, North Carolina
Headstones: Lily Mariah Williams wife of William Allen Oliver (marr. Dec 1832) Born Sept. 30, 1814; died Feb. 23, 1858 Buried Elm Grove Cemetery, Stokesdale, North Carolina
 
 
219
Headstones:  Monroe F. and Sarah Jane Towery Swindle
Sarah Jane Towery:  July 9, 1863-January 6, 1944
Monroe F. Swindle: September 22, 1870-May 25, 1959
Headstones: Monroe F. and Sarah Jane Towery Swindle Sarah Jane Towery: July 9, 1863-January 6, 1944 Monroe F. Swindle: September 22, 1870-May 25, 1959
 
 
220
Headstones:  Robert Morris Middleton and May Elizabeth (Varney) Middleton - Headstone
Headstones: Robert Morris Middleton and May Elizabeth (Varney) Middleton - Headstone
 
 
221
Headstones:  William Allen Oliver (father of Mary Emma, wife of John Alexander Middleton)
Born June 20, 1812 Rockingham Co., North Carolina
Died Jan. 1, 1875  Guilford Co., North Carolina
Buried Elm Grove Cemetery, Stokesdale, North Carolina
Headstones: William Allen Oliver (father of Mary Emma, wife of John Alexander Middleton) Born June 20, 1812 Rockingham Co., North Carolina Died Jan. 1, 1875 Guilford Co., North Carolina Buried Elm Grove Cemetery, Stokesdale, North Carolina
 
 
222
Headstones: Edna Middleton Todd, buried Carbon City Cemetery, died 30 Jan 1924
Headstones: Edna Middleton Todd, buried Carbon City Cemetery, died 30 Jan 1924
 
 
223 Indenture George W. Keesee to J. W. Middleton, Washington County, Texas Dec. 3rd, 1859 This should read George M. Keesee which is often recorded as W.
Refers to Woodford Sanford League, mentions children heirs of Mary Keesee, 2200 acres 
 
224 Indenture: Lewis Chastain and Anne Cox to William Wright
Lewis Chastain and Anne Cox to William Wright, June 7, 1800, Westmoreland County, Virginia 
 
225 Indenture: Benedict Rust and wife Elizabeth to Samuel Beale Westmoreland County 10-24-1799
 
 
226 Indenture: Jeremiah Middleton to Griffin Fauntleroy
Jeremiah Middleton and Griffin Fauntleroy, October 18, 1773, St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia 
 
227 Indenture: John Middleton to Captain William Middleton, Westmoreland County, Virginia
John Middleton to Captain William Middleton, Westmoreland County, Virginia, February 18, 1786 
 
228 Indenture: Samuel Beale Jr. to George B. Smith and James McCluskey dated 1 Jan 1803 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds and Wills Volume 19 1794-1799
 
 
229 Indenture: Samuel Crabb and wife Mary to Daniel Crabb, Ragged Point, Westmoreland County, Virginia
Samuel Crabb and wife Mary to Daniel Crabb, Ragged Point Neck, Westmoreland County, Virginia, February 19, 1799 
 
230 Indenture: Smith King to William King
Smith King and William King, Nov. 26, 1802, Westmoreland County, Virginia 
 
231 Indenture: Thomas Middleton and Judith his wife to John Middleton July 29, 1795

 
 
232 Indenture: Benedict Middleton to Charles Barham Harris, Aug. 10, 1815 Guilford County, North Carolina
Benedict Middleton to Charles Barham Harris 40 acres that excepts the buring grounds and is located on Haws River and both sides of Bruce's Road and also on the line of Bruce's, William Cases and Wm. Walker. 
 
233 Indenture: George Eskridge and wife Nelly to William Middleton 28 Dec 1786 Recorded 8 January 1787
John Lewis “The Lost Pioneer” by Daniel R. Long

George Eskridge married Nelly Harvey, Northumberland County Va, St. Stephens Parish Records, Nelly Harvey the daughter of Elizabeth Straughan and George Harvey. 
 
234 Indenture: Jeremiah and Elizabeth to William Flood
Jeremiah and Elizabeth Middleton and William Flood, February 29, 1774, St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia 
 
235 Indenture: John Middleton and wife Hannah to Nathaniel Oldham November 3, 1797
 
 
236 Indenture: Robert Middleton and Thomas Short dated 19 October 1745
Westmoreland County Deeds and Wills 1744-1745 pp 177-180

Mentions land of Thomas Short, William Short, Benjamin Middleton, Robert Middleton, John Harrison, James Booth, John Hartley 
 
237 Indenture: Samuel Beale Jr. and wife Judah/Judith and Vincent T. Branson and wife Elizabeth.
Samuel Beale Jr. and wife Judah/Judith and Vincent T. Branson and wife Elizabeth, Ragged Point, Westmoreland County, Virginia. Spetember 7, 1801 
 
238 Indenture: Samuel Harrison and estate of Benjamin Middleton
Samuel Harrison and estate of Benjamin Middleton, Oct. 13, 1802, Westmoreland County, Virginia 
 
239 Indenture: Thomas and Judith Middleton to Fleet Cox March 16, 1796
Thomas mentions land of son John Middleton

 
 
240 Indenture: William and Polly Presley Wright to Youel, Samuel and Nancy Gilbert
Westmoreland County, Virginia November 18,1800 
 
241 Indenture: William Feagins to Parish Garner Westmoreland County Deeds and Wills 1744-45 pp 209-212 March 24, 1745
Mentions Robert Middleton, George Smith, William Feagins, Parish Garner, Benj. Middleton, William Middleton 
 
242 Information taken from "History of Methodism in Alabama" by Anson West 1899.
Dudley Hargrove mentioned is the father of William Dudley Hargrove who moved to Washington County Texas. William Dudley married Charlotte Chappell the sister of Mary Chappell Keesee. Martha Wooding Hargrove, daughter of William Dudley and Charlotte Chappell Hargrove married Gideon Keesee, brother of William Keesee, Washington County, Texas. Mentioned later in the text is Chappell. This reference is to Robert Wooding Chappell, father of Mary Chappell Keesee and Charlotte Chappell Hargrove; also namesake of Chappell Hill, Texas.
With the early guidance of Rev. Hargrove and members of the family, William Keesee and his father in-law, Robert Wooding Chappell were able to establish a Methodist Society immediately upon their move to Washington County, Texas.
William Keesee first purchased property in Washington County, Texas in the fall of 1837 and at the same time Dr. Martin Ruter, was appointed first Methodist Missionary Superintendent to Texas and records show they were quickly connected in Texas working to establish Methodist Societies and a Church in Washington County, Texas. 
 
243
J. A. Hargrove, Our Father, born Nov. 4, 1825, Died Sept. 17, 1906
J. A. Hargrove, Our Father, born Nov. 4, 1825, Died Sept. 17, 1906
Status: Located.  
 
244 Jacob Haller and wife Mary E. Haller to Chappell Hill Methodist Church. Jan 14, 1852
Jesse W. Glass, Wm. Keesee, R. J. Swearingen, Jacob Haller, Alex. Hargrove, L. D. Bragg and J. L. Hammond 
 
245 Jacob Haller and wife to Chappell Hill Institute, Washington County, Texas Nov 13, 1850
 
 
246
James C. Keesee death certificate
James C. Keesee death certificate
 
 
247 James Stephens to William Keesee, December 25, 1837
300 acres, partly in Austin Co., Texas and on the water of Caney Creek and part of league granted by Coahuila and Texas to Stephens, beginning at a corner of Elisha Roberts. 
 
248
Jeremiah Middleton vs Anderson and Smith, Northumberland
Jeremiah Middleton vs Anderson and Smith, Northumberland
Jeremiah, son of John Middleton and Martha Middleton (daughter of Capt. Benedict Middleton) gives affidavit stating the birth of Jeremiah as being Dec. 30, 1788. Martha married Nathaniel Oldham after the death of husband John Middleton in 1789 and Nathaniel Oldham became the guardian of Jeremiah. 
 
249
Jesse Robinson vs. Sarah Robinson juror John J. Lackey
Colorado County, Texas 1838
Jesse Robinson vs. Sarah Robinson juror John J. Lackey Colorado County, Texas 1838
 
 
250 JOHN ALEXANDER MIDDLETON’S OBITUARY By J. A. Russell. Pastor of Mt. Moriah Cumberland Presbyterian Church Fuson, Wright County, Missouri
Story of how Lyn acquired this copy of John Alexander Middleton's obituary, and also the transcription that is on the tombstone of John and wife Mary. 
 

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