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CARLISLE (REPO41)


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  • Name  CARLISLE 
    Repository ID  REPO41 
     
  •  Notes 
    • Descendants of

      James Carlisle I



      James Carlisle I and Ann Irving were my 5th Great Grandparents and are connected to the Shackelford ? Shackleford lines through the marriage of Howard Shackelford and Margaret Carlisle.

      The following report is a combination of reports from several sources, including the research of my brother Donnie Shackleford and myself.

      If anyone is connected to any of these families and wishes to contribute information, please contact us at the following addresses:

      Donnie Shackleford venus25@msn.com

      doncon402@yahoo.com

      Kendrick Shackleford KennyShackleford@aol.com

      Other information, including photos of the Carlisle Family can be seen at the following link:

      http://www.franklin-sarrett.com/carlislealbum.html (not working)





      Generation No. 1

      1. JAMES1 CARLISLE I was born Bet. 1730 - 1740 in Tarnaneal, County Monaghan, Ireland, and died Bef. December 06, 1770 in Abbeville, South Carolina. He married ANN IRVING Unknown in Tarnaneal, County Monaghan, Ireland. She was born Unknown in Tarnaneal, County Monaghan, Ireland, and died Bef. 1770 in Abbeville, South Carolina.

      JAMES CARLISLE I

      James Carlile, a farmer in Tarnaneal, County Monaghan in the 1750's, sailed for America in the fall of 1769 with his young family. Pious Presbyterians, James and his wife, Ann Irvine Carlile, and their young children left Belfast aboard the crowded ship Hopewell and arrived in Savannah, GA in December after six weeks at sea.

      After waiting several days in the hull of the ship for clearance to leave the harbor, the passengers sailed up the Savannah River to a plantation for immigrants near Queensborough, GA. But when the plantation failed to live up to its advertising, several families, including the Carliles, hired the ship's captain to take them to Charleston. There James and Ann were treated well and granted land at Long Cane in the old Ninety-Six District which later became Abbeville.

      The Charleston, S.C. Court of Ordinary recorded the proceedings as follows:

      Citation granted to Samuel Paxton and Jane Carlile daughter of James Carlile of Long Canes to Administer the Estate and Effects of James Carlile late of Long Canes, Prince William Parish, Craven County as nearest of kin. To be read in the Parish Church aforesaid and returned certified (by the minister), granted 6th December 1770.

      In 1775, a royal grant of 400 acres in the name of James Carlile was signed by William Bull, Esq., Lieutenant Governor, Province of South Carolina. The grant, made five years after James' death, was terms a memorial and apparently intended as a rememberance by his family.

      James could have also been a teacher or minister as well as a farmer.

      More About JAMES CARLISLE I:

      Burial: Abbeville, South Carolina

      More About ANN IRVING:

      Burial: Abbeville, South Carolina

      Children of JAMES CARLISLE and ANN IRVING are:

      2. i. JAMES2 CARLISLE, b. May 23, 1763, Tarnaneal, County Monaghan, Ireland; d. April 09, 1842, Abbeville, South Carolina.

      ii. JANE CARLISLE, b. Abt. 1750, Tarnaneal, County Monaghan, Ireland; d. Unknown, Unknown; m. JOHN W. MCKINLEY, Abt. 1771, South Carolina; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      iii. FRANCIS CARLISLE, b. May 27, 1757, Tarnaneal, County Monaghan, Ireland; d. December 27, 1814, Unknown; m. MARGARET MCGILL, December 17, 1782, Possible South Carolina; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      FRANCIS CARLISLE

      An army captain during the war, Francis fought at the Battles of Cowpens in South Carolina and Kettle Creek in Washington, GA;

      Francis' baptism on May 29, 1757 was recorded in the Cahans Baptismal Register as follows:

      1757 May 27th born, bapt.29th, Francis, to James Carlile, farmer and Ann Irvin his wife in Tarnaneal, parish of Donagh, County Monaghan.

      iv. MARGARET CARLISLE, b. Unknown, Tarnaneal, County Monaghan, Ireland; d. Unknown, Possible Mississippi; m. WILLIAM BOLES, Unknown, Possible South Carolina; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Possible Mississippi.

      MARGARET CARLISLE

      Francis' baptism on May 29, 1757 was recorded in the Cahans Baptismal Register as follows:

      1757 May 27th born, bapt.29th, Francis, to James Carlile, farmer and Ann Irvin his wife in Tarnaneal, parish of Donagh, County Monaghan.

      WILLIAM BOLES

      An army captain during the war, Francis fought at the Battles of Cowpens in South Carolina and Kettle Creek in Washington, GA.

      William was brother to Margaret Boles, the wife of James Carlisle, who is the brother of Margaret Carlisle..



      Generation No. 2

      2. JAMES2 CARLISLE (JAMES1) was born May 23, 1763 in Tarnaneal, County Monaghan, Ireland, and died April 09, 1842 in Abbeville, South Carolina. He married MARGARET BOLES October 15, 1783 in Abbeville, South Carolina, daughter of JOHN BOLES and ANN UNKNOWN. She was born June 27, 1762 in South Carolina, and died August 13, 1857 in Abbeville, South Carolina.

      JAMES CARLISLE

      James Carlile, son of the immigrant, was only six years old when his family came to America. He was born May 23, 1763 in Tarnaneal, County Monaghan, Ireland. At age 17, he was drafted into the South Carolina militia as a private, and three weeks later fought in what has been called the greatest tactical victory ever won on American soil, the Battle of Cowpens in upper South Carolina. The fighting began Jan 17, 1781 near Spartanburg. James served under his brother, Captain Francis Carlile. Both served under the command of Col. Andrew Pickens.

      Around 1790 James built a house of hewn logs just northwest of Lowndesville, SC on land granted to him for his service during the Revolutionary War. The property remains in the family to this day. James and Margaret raised their family, farmed, and lived there for the rest of their lives. The house has been added onto over the years, but the original log house still stands, and the graves of James and Margaret in the field approximately 200 yards behind it have only recently been marked. About 60 people are buried there in the Carlile Family Cemetery including James and Margaret's oldest son, John, and his wife, Frances Tucker. A descendant of John and Frances currently owns the property where the old home and cemetery are located.

      More About JAMES CARLISLE:

      Burial: 1842, Carlisle Cemetery, Lowndesville, South Carolina

      Grave of James Carlisle photo:

      http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/h/a/
      Kendrick-W-Shackleford/PHOTO/0107photo.html

      MARGARET BOLES

      Margaret Boles-Carlisle died at her residence, in the upper part of Abbeville District, South Carolina, about the 13th of August last, Mrs. Margaret Carlisle. The deceased was about ninety-five years of age, and had been a zealous and confident member of the Associated Reformed Church at Little Generostee, under the successive pastorates of Revs. Robert Irwin, Ebenezer E. Pressley, D.D. and James C. Chambers. Her zeal for the Glory of God, in attending the public ordinances of this house, was not perceived to experience any diminuities until utterly incapacitated by the infirmities of old age. How forceably does her case illustrate the scripture truth: "Thou shalt come to thy grave in a full age, like a shock of corn cometh in the season" Job: vs 26:[Shackelford & related families.FBK.FTW]

      Obituary of Margaret Boles-Carlisle

      Margaret Boles-Carlisle died at her residence, in the upper part of Abbeville District, South Carolina, about the 13th of August last, Mrs. Margaret Carlisle. The deceased was about ninety-five years of age, and had been a zealous and confident member of the Associated Reformed Church at Little Generostee, under the successive pastorates of Revs. Robert Irwin, Ebenezer E. Pressley, D.D. and James C. Chambers. Her zeal for the Glory of God, in attending the public ordinances of this house, was not perceived to experience any diminuities until utterly incapacitated by the infirmities of old age. How forceably does her case illustrate the scripture truth: "Thou shalt come to thy grave in a full age, like a shock of corn cometh in the season" Job: vs 26:

      On Mar 18, 1857, shortly before her death at age 95, Margaret applied for land from the federal government based on James' military service. In the application, Margaret included information taken from the family bible. Published dates about the family come from the application which was discovered during the 1960s at the National Archives in Washington.

      More About MARGARET BOLES:

      Burial: 1857, Carlisle Cemetery, Lowndesville, South Carolina

      Children of JAMES CARLISLE and MARGARET BOLES are:

      3. i. MARGARET A.3 CARLISLE, b. November 09, 1800, Lowndesville, South Carolina; d. Abt. 1850, Meriwether County, Georgia.

      ii. JOHN CARLISLE, b. May 18, 1784, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. Abt. 1846, Abbeville, South Carolina; m. FRANCES TUCKER, Unknown, South Carolina; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Abbeville, South Carolina.

      JOHN CARLISLE

      Both John and Frances are buried in the Carlile Family Cemetery near Lowndesville, SC on the original property granted to James Carlile for service during the Revolutionary War. One of their descendants still owns the property.

      4. iii. FRANCIS CARLISLE, b. December 15, 1786, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. July 29, 1855, Randolph County, Alabama.

      iv. ANN CARLISLE, b. 1789, South Carolina; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      v. JAMES CARLISLE, JR., b. 1791, South Carolina; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      vi. AGNES NANCY CARLISLE, b. February 02, 1793, South Carolina; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      vii. MARTHA JANE CARLISLE, b. June 23, 1795, South Carolina; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      viii. WILLIAM CARLISLE, b. May 19, 1797, South Carolina; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      ix. SAMUEL YOUNG CARLISLE, b. June 16, 1799, South Carolina; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      x. ISAAC CARLISLE, b. 1805, South Carolina; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      xi. ROBERT E. CARLISLE, b. 1808, South Carolina; d. Unknown, Unknown.



      Generation No. 3

      3. MARGARET A.3 CARLISLE (JAMES2, JAMES1) was born November 09, 1800 in Lowndesville, South Carolina, and died Abt. 1850 in Meriwether County, Georgia. She married HOWARD B. SHACKELFORD 1824 in Abbeville, South Carolina, son of MORDECAI SHACKELFORD and SARAH JONES. He was born Abt. 1793 in Lowndesville, South Carolina, and died Abt. 1850 in Meriwether County, Georgia.

      HOWARD B. SHACKELFORD

      Very little is known of the lives of Howard and Margaret. It is believed that they may have lived in Meriwether County or Troup County, Georgia, after 1840. However, no record can be found of them after 1850. They most likely had died before then.

      To trace the Descendants of Howard Shackelford:

      http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/h/a/
      Kendrick-W-Shackleford/GENE35-0004.html#CHILD10 (not working)


      Children of MARGARET CARLISLE and HOWARD SHACKELFORD are:

      5. i. JAMES JOSEPH CARLISLE4 SHACKELFORD, b. October 31, 1826, Lowndesville, South Carolina; d. June 25, 1915, Carroll County, Georgia.

      ii. SARAH JANE SHACKELFORD, b. Abt. 1830, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. Unknown, Unknown; m. ROBERT H. HAMILTON, Unknown, Unknown; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      iii. MORDECAI A. SHACKELFORD, b. Abt. 1832, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      MORDECAI A. SHACKELFORD

      Possible Mordecai Alexander Shackelford and may have died at an early age.

      iv. ELIZABETH ANNE SHACKELFORD, b. Abt. 1833, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. Abt. 1849, Troup County, Georgia.

      v. MARGARET CARLISLE SHACKELFORD, b. Abt. 1839, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. Unknown, Unknown; m. UNKNOWN SMITH, Aft. 1855, Possible Troup County, Georgia; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Unknown.



      4. FRANCIS3 CARLISLE (JAMES2, JAMES1) was born December 15, 1786 in Abbeville, South Carolina, and died July 29, 1855 in Randolph County, Alabama. He married MARY ELIZABETH (BETSY) GRANT November 01, 1815 in Abbeville, South Carolina, daughter of JOHN GRANT and ISABELLA PAXTON. She was born March 30, 1792 in Virginia, and died June 18, 1846 in Randolph County, Alabama.

      FRANCIS CARLISLE

      Francis Carlisle moved to Meriweather County GA. in 1835 and Randolph Co. AL in 1843. Francis and Betsy Grant Carlile are buried in Green's Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery approximately four miles east of Wedowee in Randolph County, AL.

      Children of FRANCIS CARLISLE and MARY GRANT are:

      i. INFANT4 CARLISLE, b. August 01, 1811, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. August 01, 1811, Abbeville, South Carolina.

      More About INFANT CARLISLE:

      Burial: 1811, Possible Carlisle Cemetery in Lowndesville, South Carolina

      ii. ELIZABETH ANN CARLISLE, b. July 02, 1812, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. August 28, 1884, Abbeville, South Carolina; m. (1) JOSEPH AUGUSTUS PARKER, January 21, 1834, Abbeville, South Carolina; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Possible Abbeville, South Carolina; m. (2) CASSIUS (CASH) WILLINGHAM, November 03, 1842, Meriwether County, Georgia; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      iii. J. M. CARLISLE, b. Abt. 1814, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. Abt. 1814, Abbeville, South Carolina.

      More About J. M. CARLISLE:

      Burial: Possible Carlisle Cemetery in Lowndesville, South Carolina

      iv. MARTHA CARLISLE, b. December 21, 1815, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. Abt. 1889, Leon County, Texas; m. REV. JAMES PARKER, Abt. 1835, Abbeville, South Carolina; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      REV. JAMES PARKER

      Rev. James Parker married Samuel Joseph Young Carlisle and Elizabeth Leak in 1854.

      v. JOHN CARLISLE, b. January 09, 1818, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. March 12, 1882, Randolph County, Alabama; m. ELIZABETH EARNEST, June 08, 1843, Meriwether County, Georgia; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Randolph County, Alabama.

      vi. MARGARET B. CARLISLE, b. March 22, 1819, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. July 07, 1873, Meriwether County, Georgia; m. WILLIAM B. HILL, Abt. 1845, Meriwether County, Georgia; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Possible Meriwether County, Georgia.

      WILLIAM B. HILL

      In an 1853 letter to his son, Francis Nelson Carlile, and daughter, Amanda Carlile Peeler, Francis Carlile writes, "Josephus is living with William Hill. Gets 15 dollars per month." The Josephus Francis refers to in the letter is his son , Samuel Joseph Young Carlile. From this information we can conclude that Joe is living with his sister, Margaret, and brother-in-law, William Hill in Hogansville, Meriwether County GA at the time.

      vii. WILLIAM G. CARLISLE, b. February 21, 1821, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. August 02, 1872, Jefferson County, Alabama; m. ELIZABETH G. ELLIOT, January 14, 1846, Meriwether County, Georgia; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      viii. MARY F. CARLISLE, b. November 25, 1822, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. Aft. 1910, Alabama; m. ISAAC WILLINGHAM, Abt. 1841, Unknown; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Possible Alabama.

      ix. JAMES M. CARLISLE, b. August 02, 1824, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. Abt. 1864, Randolph County, Alabama; m. MARTHA F. ELLIOT, December 23, 1848, Meriwether County, Georgia; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Possible Randolph County, Alabama.

      MARTHA F. ELLIOT

      Martha may have been the sister to Elizabeth G. Elliot, the wife of William G. Carlisle.

      x. FRANCIS NELSON CARLISLE, b. February 06, 1826, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. Aft. 1880, Meriwether County, Georgia; m. EUPHEMIA ELIZABETH PEELER, July 10, 1851, Thomasville, Georgia; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      xi. EDITH AMANDA CARLISLE, b. August 27, 1828, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. Bef. December 1864, Jefferson County, Alabama; m. WILLIAM PEELER, November 07, 1846, Unknown; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Possible Alabama.

      WILLIAM PEELER

      William may have been the brother of Euphemia Elizabeth Peeler, wife of Francis Nelson Carlisle.

      xii. LUCY JANE CARLISLE, b. February 25, 1830, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. Abt. 1900, Rusk County, Texas; m. WILLIAM WOODWERD, Unknown, Unknown; b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Unknown, Unknown.

      6. xiii. SAMUEL JOSEPH YOUNG CARLISLE, b. February 18, 1832, Abbeville, South Carolina; d. January 10, 1903, Bartow County, Georgia.
    • John Carlisle b. 1770 NC/VA married Nancy Sims b. 1770 NC.

      Samuel Carlisle b. 1833 Pike County, Alabama son of John Carlisle and Jane Moon.