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Hendrix Family

The Hendrix family begins in the Netherlands with Albertus Hendrix or Hendrickson. The family immigrated to Pennslyvania before 1723. The family then moved south into North Carolina, then to South Carolina and into Alabama by the 1820's. Our direct ancestors (my GG Grandparents) and other families moved by wagon train to Hillsborough County, Florida in 1872. Read the diary of their trip below.

Diary of the Hendrix Family's wagon train journey from Alabama to Florida in 1872

The following narrative describes the journey of the Hendrix Family from Alabama to Florida in 1872. Based on a copy of a daily diary, information provided in an article in The Blossoming of Bloomingdale and family recollections, the party consisted of: James Hendrix with his wife; his sons Rueben, Peter and Noah with their wives, a son Asa, and Jamess daughters Artemesia, Lucy A. and Margaret with their husbands. Other families probably were along as other names are mentioned in the diary. Israel Garner, the husband of Artemesia Hendrix, kept the dairy. In the diary Israel refers to Father several times and it is not known to me if this was his birth father or if he referred to his father-in-law as father. It seems that he is referring to James Hendrix, his father-in-law.

The diary entries are as they were. No edits have been made. Any comments in parenthesis are for questions and or clarifications as I see them.

Entries made by:

Israel Garner On His Trip to Hillsborough County, Florida from Monroe County, Alabama

Year 1872

Journey Began: February 21, 1872
Journey Ended: April 30, 1872


2/21/72 Traveled 14 miles. Passed through Ballville. Got dog bit. Killed him and went on.

2/22/72 Traveled 12 miles. Broke down in Murder Creek Swamp. Passed through Evergreen.

2/23/72 Traveled 20 miles. Passed through Brooklyn. Crossed Speulga and camped.

2/24/72 Traveled 17 miles. Crossed the line of Conach and Coventon. Had a fine rain. Camped on the bank of the Conuco River.

2/25/72 Sunday Lay up till 2 oclock. Crossed the river. Traveled 4 miles. Camped in an old field.

2/26/72 Had a fine day. Traveled 15 miles. Had a good road. Passed many houses. Generally fair. Camped on the side of a beautiful branch.

2/27/72 Traveled 18 miles. Passed over many beautiful sand hills. Camped at a church. Went to a house and got some milk and butter and crout. Also some peas. Had a good time.

2/28/72 Traveled 13 miles. Had a good road. Passed a beautiful little village called Clintonville. Camped in an old field. Had some rain.

2/29/72 Traveled 14 miles. Kelly (Dan Kelly, husband of Lucy Hendrix) broke down. Passed over a beautiful sandy road. Passed through a nice village called Lowridge. I myself went by Ozark to visit some relatives. Enjoyed myself finely. Brought my sister-in-law out to the wagon.

3/1/72 Traveled 8 miles. Had rain on us all day. I met with the wagon three miles from Newton. Spent a very disagreeable night on account of the wind and rain. Some of the tents blew down.

3/2/72 I traveled 11 miles. Had a fine day. Father broke down in Naricon Creek. Camped in an old field. Spend a pleasant night.

3/3/72 Sunday Traveled three miles to get convenient to wood and water. A beautiful Sabbath.

3/4/72 Traveled 20 miles. Had a very pleasant day with the best road I ever traveled. Passed many nice places. Crossed some of the prettiest branches I ever saw camped. Ate our supper. Done some washing and so on. Heard the many hundreds of different noises of the frogs.

3/5/72 Traveled 12 miles. Passed through Garden, which is a beautiful little town. Crossed the Chattahoochee River. Came one mile and had to unload our wagon. Toted the things across and then swam the teams across. Camped near it. All are very fatigued.

3/6/72 Traveled 18 miles. Passed many beautiful places from four among them some of the nicest branches I ever saw. Myself and Kelly went hunting in the afternoon. Killed no game except five rabbits. Caught some fish.

3/7/72 No entry

3/8/72 No entry

3/9/72 No entry

3/10/72 Sunday We have spent a beautiful Sabbath at Thomasville after a very stormy night. This is a very fine place. Has many fine buildings. In fact, I think it is a very nice town.

3/11/72 traveled sixteen miles. Had a very absent day with the exception of a little hard road. We passed many beautiful farms. The maple love that in the country. The fine land will make 75 to 120 bushels of corn to the acre. It is fine corn that we buy. I went to buy some meal at a mill. I got three bushels. The mill grinds the corn in 3 to 12 minutes. On my way to the mill I saw 2 mules run away with a wagon, though nothing very seriously injured.

3/12/72 Traveled 16 miles. Had a very bad road all day. Passed many beautiful farms. Corn and fodder very cheap. In the evening we passed two country stores and also one very fine country town, Montacella. Continued one mile and camped.

3/13/72 Traveled 18 miles. Had a very pleasant day. The worst road that we have had for some time but the best country for farming that I seen. This is between Monticello and Aucilla. We got within one mile of this ferry and Kelly broke down.

3/14/72 In camp at River ferry on the Aucilla River we have finished the wagon. Myself and D. Kelly have crossed the river. The flat has gone after another wagon. We are all across safe. The river is about a quarter (mile?) across. We drove about half mile and camped on the side of a large lake. The air is fresh and abundant with ducks.

3/15/72 Traveled 17 miles. Traveled all day in the lowest country I ever saw. There was no river mining done. The water was in our wagon some time.

3/16/72 Traveled 15 miles -- a day to long to be remembered. We had water all day. There was many places. Some of us had to take the water waist deep. To some had to hitcht to stumps and bent one of the axles. We were detained for some time, then went on. We got within one mile of Madison. Camped for the night.

3/17/72 Sunday Some of us went to the depot and got some refreshments. Lay up till the afternoon. Hitched up and traveled one half mile. Camped in an old soldier camp. We had rain in the evening.

3/18/72 Traveled 18 miles. Had a pleasant day with very good road. Myself and Dan Kelly left the wagon for a hunt in the afternoon. Saw a great deal of deer but killed none. We are camped at one Mr. Dickson. He tells us in a day about 7 or 8 miles from this place there is bear, panther and tiger in abundance. Kelven H. happened to the luck of getting one of his buggy axles broke this evening. He had to go five miles to get it mended. We expect to go out in the morning to hunt. Lafayette County, Florida.

3/19/72 Got that buggy done. Traveled 15 miles without any difficulty. A pleasant day with very good road. A great many if us had never seen any of the cabbage trees until today. It is a very nice tree. We did not get any on account of high water.

3/20/72 I am across the Suwanee River. I am now in Suwanee County. Thank God all of us are safely across with a great deal of difficulty and much danger. I was helping Kelly across the river and the boat got out in the current and after a long and very dangerous time we go back and got hold of the wire. After crossing the river we had to swim our team something like fifty yards across a slew. We got our mules boat dragged it by hand some hundred and fifth yards than unloaded and carried our buggy across. We are all much fatigued.

3/21/72 Travel 12 miles. Had a fine day. Good road. Had to camp before night on account of getting water.

3/22/72 Traveled 20 miles. Good road. Water scarce and very bad when we got to it. There is a great deal of live deer in this country though they are very wild and hard to kill. We are camped by a natural well tonight. There are more holes and sinks in this country that I ever saw. There is many cows that get in the sinks and die.

3/23/72 Traveled 11 miles. Had good road. Camped on the side of the Santa Fe River.

3/24/72 Sunday morning Crossed the Santa Fe River on a very bad flat boat and we are now in camp expecting to remain until Monday morning.

3/25/72 traveled 12 miles. Had a pleasant day. Traveled on a good road most of the way. We had some farms and some beautiful lakes. Some of the boys fished in any lake to catch some fish.


3/26/72 Stayed in camp until 12 oclock then traveled on ten miles. Had rain all day. It has rained for two nights in succession which made it very unpleasant for moving.

3/27/72 Traveled 15 miles. Had a pleasant days travel through some very nice country. The best farm land I ever saw. Got to the railroad. It arches which is the best place of travel I ever saw.

3/28/72 Traveled 15 miles. Had a good road. A fine day. One of my oxen gave out this afternoon. We had to camp before night.

3/29/72 Traveled 13 miles. The days are getting very warm to travel steady and if it was not my oxen would not hold out any further. They traveled up to this date 542 miles but we are not that many miles from home we have come at the best calculation 75 or 100 miles out of the way on account of high water. We are all well tonight and getting along fine considering so many families together.

3/30/72 Traveled 12 miles. We made that till about 12 oclock we had to camp on account of my oxen. One of them is about to give out and have him go for 3 or 4 days. Struck camp near the Withlacoochee River in Hernando County, Florida. Some of the boys went fishing and caught a fine lot of fish while myself and P. D. H. (Peter D. Hendrix) went a fire hunting. Found eyes and shot twice. Got no meat on the account of not having a good gun or perhaps it was my fault. Our next point is flat ford on Little Hillsborough River.

3/31/72 Traveled 4 miles. Camped. Spent a pleasant Sabbath at --------- Cholafrapke Lake where there are fish, gators, ducks, crane, eagles with many other things too tedious to mention. This lake is from 1 to 1 miles wide 25 miles long. There is a fine hammock between this lake and the river. There is much game in this hammock, bear, panther and tiger. High and dry in the pinewoods this country is not too beautiful -- unnoticed I dont think I am mistaken this is the finest country I ever saw. I cant except Tennessee. I saw some fine orange groves in this hammock. I cant give the name of the hammock as my memory is bad. I will give you the place of the hammock from 1 to miles per acre.

4/1/72 No entry

4/2/72 No entry

4/3/72 No entry

4/4/72 No entry

4/5/72 No entry

4/6/72 Still in camp at 12. Hunting oxen. Found none yet. Found the oxen traveled - gave 29 dollars to boat them. Traveled on 6 miles to camp. Found good water.

4/7/72 Traveled 10 miles. Had a pleasant day. Saw five deer on the road. We saw some fine hammock. There is one thing I can say this is better land in Hernando County than any I know in the country I left.

4/8/72 Traveled 15 miles. Had a very warm day. Good road except for some sand. Crossed the Hillsborough River. We have just entered into Polk County. We are camped on the side of the swamp. There are tigers aplenty. One of D. H.s got snake bit by a rattlesnake.

4/9/72 Traveled 16 miles. Had a pleasant day. Good road. The snake bit boy is well. We gave him whiskey to drink. Bound it up with salt and dough and then poured kerosene oil on it. We had a fine mess of fish for breakfast.

4/10/72 Traveled 15 miles. Had a fine day with real good road. We stopped at noon and looked at a hammock. Passed a country store then camped. This country is very low and wet ponds and feraras with many other things not good is tolerable fair country for stock.

4/11/72 Traveled 14 miles. Had a fine day. Crossed the Alafia River. Traveled on three miles. Got to a creek camp. Had dinner, cut some cabbage trees had a fine supper.

4/12/72 Traveled 8 miles to one Mr. Simmons. Got dinner there. Drove out, camped, went hunting. Killed two deer. Had a good time. (Based on the information in the diary it seems they were camped close to the mouth of the Alafia River either around present day Gibsonton or Riverview)

4/13/72 Still in camp. Some of us went hunting. Killed 1 deer. Had a fine time.

4/14/72 Sunday April 14th. Father, Reubin, Peter, David, Kelly started this morning to Manatee to look at the country.

4/15/72 Still in camp. Waiting for the return of father and the boys. Myself and Calvin Napley and one of S. Ds boys went hunting this morning. I killed one deer. The day passed off fine.

4/16/72 We are still in camp. Myself and the little boys is enjoying ourselves the best we can killing deer,

4/17/72 Father and the boys still not returned.

4/18/72 Now the time has come the old man and the boys have returned. Found no place that they are willing to spend the rest of their days. They found all the country well and doing fine.

4/19/72 Myself and father, R. S., (?) P. D., (?) and D, K. (Dan Kelly) went out on the Alafia River to look we found some fine hammock land -- we also sighted the bay. Got us many oysters as we wanted.

4/20/72 R. J., (?) P. D. (Peter Hendrix) is up and on the Alafia to look. Myself and D. Kelly went out on the bay. We found some of the finest shell hammock.

4/21/72 Sunday We had the pleasure of once more hearing preaching. After the service was over I quit camp and moved into a house on the account of the condition of my family.

4/22/72 Looking for tobacco and hunting. Nothing killed today except one turkey that P. D. (Peter Hendrix) killed.

4/23/72 Father and the boys went to look at the Archa hammock. Did not like it.

4/24/72 Father and the boys started out on the Alafia River to look.

4/25/72 Father had not returned.

4/26/72 Father and the boys have gotten back. Father bought a place. Crop and all for $900. (They went east from their camp into what is now Bloomingdale and the property purchased was just east of the present day Lithia Pinecrest Road and Bloomingdale Avenue intersection.)

4/27/72 Now the trying time has come for me. All the camp all gone and left me in a strange land.

4/28/72 Spent the Sabbath alone except for my one family.

4/29/72 Still alone waiting on my family

4/30/72 Things is a little better with me. I got to go hunting this morning, though I killed no deer, saw 6 - - got back about 10 found my family feeling well. One of my neighbors had paid a visit during my hunt and brought me a half quarter of fat pork and I also feel better.


Descendants of Albertus (Albert) Hendrix (Hendrickson)


Generation No. 1

1. ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 was born 1640-1641 in Holland, and died 1714-1715 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.

Notes for ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX (HENDRICKSON):
Albertus's father's surname was not likely Hendrix or Hendrickson. The Dutch used the patrynimic from, i.e. Father's first name became the children's last names. Example: Hendrick Jacobson's son would become John Hendrickson. John's sons would bear the last name Johnson, etc. Scandanavians used this custom also. Daughters sometimes used the Father's first name, plus datter, i.e., Hendricksdatter.

From a book by Roberta L. Hendrix:

The title to lands in Chester County, PA. were issued in the charter of Charles II to William Penn. Albertus probably obtained possession of his land under the Dutch government.

The descendants of Albertus, for the most part, intermarried with English Quakers and Germans. Peter Miller says, " At Conestogus poor Germans ran into tax trouble. Venerable Magistrate Tobias Hendrix set them free and offered himself as bail."

Baptized 11/7/1641 in Holland. In Chester County, Pennsylvania before 1673, served as constable in 1673 and was the first person to hold that position in PA. In June 1678 he was appointed to appraise farms and crops to foreclose mortgage on Christopher Barnes.

About 1680 He received by patent 500 acres of land near where the city of Chester now stands.
" Albertus(Albert) possessed 500 acres on the Deleware in the county of Chester, below the town, for which he affirms he had a patent from Governor Lovelace." "Francis Lovelace, ESQ. to Albert Hendricks, 500 acres, received in patent to Albert Hendricks for the same tract, which was founds on re-survey to contain 570 acres. Patent date March 11 1702.

His plantation was called "Lamoco" and is shown on an early map of the Town of Chester. In 1697 he gave his son James, sometimes called Jacobus, 100 acres. James is thought to be about 30 at the time and the oldest son. Thomas Bright, a son in law, bought or recieved 64 acres. Caleb Pusey bought 60 acres and 20 acrtes was transferred to Thomas Bayles in 1692 for use of the mill. Deeds of 50 acres to son John and Albert, Jr. were given in June 10, 1701.

200 acres remaining were devised to son Tobias by Will dated January 5, 1714, presented to probate January 20, 1715/16. The date of execution was January. The will:
I, Albertus Hendrixson, os the County of Chester in the Province of Pennsylvania, being aged and waek of body, but of perfect memory, and calling to mind the uncertainity of life, do dispose of all my wordly or temporal estate in manner and forme following: I commit my soule into the hands of Almighty God, having faith in the resurrection, and believing that through the morritty of Jesus Christ my Saviour, I shall find free and full forgiveness of my sins. And my body to be decently buried at the
discretion of my executors after mentioned. I will and require that all the just debts I shall owe at the time of my decease deducted and paid. I will and bequesth all my whole plantation and personal estate unto my son Tobias Henrixon and his heirs forever, he paying all such legacies as shall hereafter be mentioned. I give my son Albertus Hendrixon, five pounds in money or stock. I give unto my two sons, James and Johannes Henrixon each five shillings and to my grandson Albertus Steer five shillings and
alsoe to my three daughters, Elizabeth Bright, Isabel Vanammom and Katrin Harrod five shillings
My will is that all my aforesaid ????? shall fully discharge the Legatees from any tythe of claim to any part of my personal or real estate and that my said legacies shall be paid at twelve months after my decease. I give unto my granddaughter, Helchy Henrixon, daughter to my son Tobias Henrixon, twenty pounds in money or stock when she attains to the age of twenty-one years or marriage wheather shall happen first. I do hereby constitue and appoynt my son Tobias Henrixon and my friend and neighbor John Salkeld my executors, hereby revoking and making void all former wills by me made. I do declare this to be my last will and testament this fifth day of the eleventh month called January, 1714. Sealed, Signed and Published in the presence of David Wilson, Jonah ?/, and Jne. Wright

Children of ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX (HENDRICKSON) are:
i. JOHN2 HENDRIX.


ii. ALBERT JR HENDRIX, m. FRANCES BEZER.


iii. JOHANNES HENDRIX.


iv. ELIZABETH HENDRIX, m. THOMAS BRIGHT.


v. ISABEL HENDRIX, m. ? VANAMMOM.


vi. KATRIN HENDRIX, m. ? HARROD.


vii. JAMES OR JACOBUS HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1667.

Notes for JAMES OR JACOBUS HENDRIX:
James Henricks of Lancaster County, PA., carpenter, aged 73, Quaker, knew William Penn about 58 years ago, Knew Hannah Penn about 40 years ago...Near 50 years ago, J.II and another person traveled to Conestogoe, J.II. understanding the Indian language." Dated 1740

Received a warrent for 1000 acres near Strasburg dated December 28 1714. His removel to Lancaster County was follwed by his brother Tobias. Received a further warrent in 1715 with Robert Hodgen for 3500 acres at Conestogoe Township. As an interperter of the Indian language he had been a party in the fur trading business of his Father, Albertus.

The first tax assessment in 1718 listed James and John Hendricks among the English inhabitants. John may have been the son of James or the son of Albert who married Frances Bezer. The tax list of 1719 shows the name of Albert Hendricks with James and John.

2. viii. TOBIAS HENDRIX, b. 1680; d. 1739, Pennsylvania.


Generation No. 2

2. TOBIAS2 HENDRIX (ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON))10,11,12,13,14,15 was born 1680, and died 1739 in Pennsylvania.

Children of TOBIAS HENDRIX are:
i. HELCHY3 HENDRIX.


3. ii. HENRY HENDRIX, b. 1700-1705, Pennsylvania.


Generation No. 3

3. HENRY3 HENDRIX (TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON))16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23 was born 1700-1705 in Pennsylvania. He married ? MILLER OR MUELLER.

Child of HENRY HENDRIX and ? MUELLER is:
4. i. TOBIAS4 HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1732, Probably Pennsylvania; d. 1807, Lexington County, South Carolina.


Generation No. 4

4. TOBIAS4 HENDRIX (HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON))24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31 was born Abt. 1732 in Probably Pennsylvania, and died 1807 in Lexington County, South Carolina. He married MARGARET SPRENCKEL, daughter of WILLIAM SPRENCKEL and ANNA CATHARINA.

Child of TOBIAS HENDRIX and MARGARET SPRENCKEL is:
5. i. DAVID5 HENDRIX, b. 1770-1780, Lexington County, South Carolina; d. 1852, Monroe County, Alabama.


Generation No. 5

5. DAVID5 HENDRIX (TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON))32,33,34,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,49,50,51,52 was born 1770-1780 in Lexington County, South Carolina, and died 1852 in Monroe County, Alabama. He married MARGARET MEETZE Abt. 1800, daughter of JOHN (RS) and MARGARET GROSS.

Notes for DAVID HENDRIX:
Moved to Alabama before 1820, probably between 1818 and 1820. Settled near Red Level, Conecuh County, ALabama. Owned 12 slaves in 1820.

Children of DAVID HENDRIX and MARGARET MEETZE are:
6. i. JACOB6 HENDRIX, b. April 23, 1801, Lexington, South carolina; d. 1882, DeSoto, Mississippi.
7. ii. JOHN HENDRIX, b. July 18, 1803, Lexington, South Carolina; d. April 14, 1834, Lexington, South Carolina.
iii. JEREMIAH HENDRIX, b. September 18, 1805.


8. iv. JAMES HENDRIX, b. March 17, 1809, South Carolina; d. Bef. 1880, Hillsborough County, Florida.
9. v. JOEL HENDRIX, b. June 19, 1811, Lexington, South Carolina; d. July 01, 1892, Manatee County, Florida.
10. vi. JAHAZIEL HENDRIX, b. November 08, 1813, Saxe-Gotha, Lexington, South Carolina; d. November 26, 1896.
vii. NOAH HENDRIX, b. September 24, 1816.

Notes for NOAH HENDRIX:
Enlisted in the Seminole War between 1835 to 1842 and was killed or died while in service.
Buried in the garrison at Fort Brook, Tampa, Florida.
Maybe the first of the family to go to Florida.

viii. CHARLOTTE HENDRIX, b. September 24, 1818.


ix. MARTHA HENDRIX, b. February 22, 1821.


x. MARGARET HENDRIX, b. August 15, 1823; m. ELI HENDRIX.

Notes for MARGARET HENDRIX:
Lived in Mexia, Alabama. Eli was a Methodist preacher. In 1850 they were living in Mobile, Alabama

Notes for ELI HENDRIX:
A Methodist preacher

xi. SARAH HENDRIX, b. February 15, 1825; d. 1890, DeSoto, Mississippi; m. ? CAMPBELL.


xii. NAOMI HENDRIX, b. March 15, 1830.




Generation No. 6

6. JACOB6 HENDRIX (DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born April 23, 1801 in Lexington, South carolina, and died 1882 in DeSoto, Mississippi. He married MARY ELIZABETH TRAGER in Lexington, South carolina.

Notes for JACOB HENDRIX:
After his wife's death Jacob followed his brothers, Joel and Jahaziel to Mobile, Alabama. His son Patrick enlisted in the Confederate Army at Mobile. Probably after the war Jacob moved to or near DeSoto, Mississippi. He died there in 1882. Jacob and Mary had 7 in succession sons and then 3 daughters.

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH TRAGER:
buried at St. Stephens Cemetary, Lexington, S.C.

Children of JACOB HENDRIX and MARY TRAGER are:
i. PATRICK7 HENDRIX.

Notes for PATRICK HENDRIX:
CSA. Enlisted at Mobile, Alabama
Civil War pension
A02821, HENDRIX, Patrick H., Alabama, Caroline (McRae), Hillsborough Co, 1927, 13 pgs

11. ii. ELI HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1822.
iii. ROBERT HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1825.

Notes for ROBERT HENDRIX:
Shoemaker

iv. JOSEPH HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1830.


v. HENRY HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1833.


vi. JANE A. HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1835.


vii. ANNA M. B. HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1837.


viii. MARY E. HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1839.



7. JOHN6 HENDRIX (DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born July 18, 1803 in Lexington, South Carolina, and died April 14, 1834 in Lexington, South Carolina. He married ELIZABETH SHARP HOOK.

Notes for JOHN HENDRIX:
Buried at Turner's Landing, St. John's Lutheran Church Cemetary in Lexington, South Carolina
Died April 14, 1834 after a fall from his horse near the Saluda River.


Children of JOHN HENDRIX and ELIZABETH HOOK are:
i. ELIZABETH7 HENDRIX.


ii. SARAH HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1825, Lexington, South Carolina; m. LEWIS RIDDLE.


iii. JOSEPH F. HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1827, Lexington, South Carolina; m. CATHERINE RAWL.


12. iv. JOHN SOLOMON HENDRIX, b. November 12, 1831; d. October 19, 1917.
v. JANE HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1832; m. ELBERT KAMINER.


13. vi. HENRY EDWIN HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1833, Lexington, South Carolina; d. May 23, 1903, Milledgeville, Georgia.

8. JAMES6 HENDRIX (DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON))53,54,55,56,57,58,59,60,61,62,63,64,65,66,67,68,69,70 was born March 17, 1809 in South Carolina, and died Bef. 1880 in Hillsborough County, Florida. He married (1) LIDIA. He married (2) CHLOE WALKER January 05, 1854.

Children of JAMES HENDRIX and LIDIA are:
i. RUEBEN7 HENDRIX, b. 1834; m. FRANCES? KINGSLEY.


ii. PETER D. HENDRIX, b. December 30, 1836, Alabama; d. January 15, 1912, Hillsborough County, Florida; m. MARGARET SUMMERALL.

Notes for PETER D. HENDRIX:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road

Company A 38 Alabama Infantry CSA
Civil War Pension

A04038, HENDRIX, Peter D., Alabama, Margaret (Sumerall), Hillsborough Co, 1907, 18 pgs


Notes for MARGARET SUMMERALL:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road

iii. MARGARET HENDRIX, b. 1838.


iv. ARTEMESIA HENDRIX, b. December 25, 1842, Aalabma; d. November 03, 1901, Hillsborough County, Florida; m. ISRAEL GARNER.


v. ASA S HENDRIX, b. 1845; m. ?, January 15, 1862, Monroe County, Alabama.


vi. LUCY A. HENDRIX, b. March 21, 1847, Monroe County, Alabama; d. November 25, 1935, Hillsborough County, Florida; m. DANIEL KELLY.


14. vii. NOAH BARNABAS HENDRIX, b. March 13, 1849, Monroe County, Alabama; d. October 08, 1928, Florida.

9. JOEL6 HENDRIX (DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born June 19, 1811 in Lexington, South Carolina, and died July 01, 1892 in Manatee County, Florida. He married MARTHA TAYLOR October 18, 1840.

Notes for JOEL HENDRIX:
Mercantile trade and merchant in Lexington, South Carolina. Abt. 1835 moved to Mobile, Alabama

Moved to DeSoto, Mississippi before the Civil War where he planted and developed a 300 acre peach and fruit farm which was destroyed during the war.

Moved to Manatee County, Florida 1870, the 3rd settler in Palmetto. Citrus and vegetable farmer.


Children of JOEL HENDRIX and MARTHA TAYLOR are:
i. FRANCES HENRY7 HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1841, Alabama; d. September 1864, Chickamauga, Georgia.


ii. MARGARET ELIZABETH HENDRIX, b. 1846, Alabama; d. 1850, Alabama.


iii. MARY THACKLEY HENDRIX, b. 1849; m. THOMAS BRUCE MCREE, 1870, Clark County, Mississippi.


iv. MILLARD FILMORE HENDRIX, b. 1855, Alabama; d. 1868, Alabama.


v. GILBERT TAYLOR HENDRIX, b. 1858, Alabama; d. 1863, Alabama.


vi. JOEL WIGFALL HENDRIX, b. 1861, Alabama; d. Alabama; m. JANE S. NETTLES.



10. JAHAZIEL6 HENDRIX (DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born November 08, 1813 in Saxe-Gotha, Lexington, South Carolina, and died November 26, 1896. He married HARRIER EMALINE HURT in Mississippi.

Notes for JAHAZIEL HENDRIX:
Born near the Saluda River abt. 7 miles northwest of Lexington Village near or in the German settlement of Saxe-Gotha. His maternal grandfather, John Yost Metze, settled here after the revolution.

Buried Rawls Cemetery. no monument, just a wooden cross

Moved to Mobile County, Alabama before 1850, near Joel, Eli and Joseph Hendrix.

June 22, 1852 received a tract of land, part of the St. Louis tract, 3 miles north of Mobile, from Jacob and Mary Magee. November 17, 1869 bought another tract from James H. Meaker and wife for $100.00. After
his death, April 29, 1899, the property was released to John Hendrix for $600.00. Signing the release were, Eugene McRee, Delia McRee, Kate Hendrix, Luther Hendrix, Lou Buckley, George Buckley, Martha Toomer, Thomas G. Toomer, Joel Hendrix, Jacob Hendrix, William Hendrix, and Harriet Hendrix the widow who made her mark. The home stood on the site now occupied by Vigor Hish School in
Pritchard, Alabama.

Children of JAHAZIEL HENDRIX and HARRIER HURT are:
i. LUCINDA7 HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1847; m. GEORGE BUCKLEY.


ii. JOEL HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1849; d. April 02, 1913.


iii. MARTHA HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1854, Alabama; d. April 19, 1893; m. NEVILLE MCREE.


15. iv. DELIA ANNIE HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1856; d. March 16, 1929.
v. WILLIAM HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1858; d. October 10, 1910.


16. vi. JOHN HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1860.
vii. JACOB HENDRIX, b. July 05, 1863; d. July 07, 1921.


viii. MARTIN LUTHER HENDRIX, b. August 15, 1869; d. July 20, 1913; m. KATE WILSON SMITH, February 26, 1892.




Generation No. 7

11. ELI7 HENDRIX (JACOB6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born Abt. 1822. He married SUSAN.

Children of ELI HENDRIX and SUSAN are:
i. WILLIAM H8 HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1857.


ii. CAMPBELL HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1858.


iii. MARY A HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1863.


iv. MARTHA A HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1863.


v. ELIZABETH J HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1865.


vi. LOUISA HENDRIX, b. Abt. 1870.



12. JOHN SOLOMON7 HENDRIX (JOHN6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born November 12, 1831, and died October 19, 1917. He married MARTHA ANN STELLGROVE.

Notes for JOHN SOLOMON HENDRIX:
John and Martha are buried at Turner's Landing, St. John's Lutheran Church Cemetary in Lexington, South Carolina

Notes for MARTHA ANN STELLGROVE:
John and Martha are buried at Turner's Landing, St. John's Lutheran Church Cemetary in Lexington, South Carolina

Child of JOHN HENDRIX and MARTHA STELLGROVE is:
i. ELLEN8 HENDRIX.



13. HENRY EDWIN7 HENDRIX (JOHN6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born Abt. 1833 in Lexington, South Carolina, and died May 23, 1903 in Milledgeville, Georgia. He married ISABEL BIVENS.

Child of HENRY HENDRIX and ISABEL BIVENS is:
17. i. ANNIE VICTORIA8 HENDRIX, b. November 02, 1862; d. February 14, 1928, Milledgeville, Georgia.

14. NOAH BARNABAS7 HENDRIX (JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON))71,72,73,74,75,76,77,78,79,80,81,82,83,84,85,86,87,88,89 was born March 13, 1849 in Monroe County, Alabama, and died October 08, 1928 in Florida. He married NANCY DRUCILLA CORLEY November 22, 1871, daughter of ISAIAH CORLEY and JULIA KELLY.

Notes for NOAH BARNABAS HENDRIX:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road

Notes for NANCY DRUCILLA CORLEY:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road

Children of NOAH HENDRIX and NANCY CORLEY are:
i. SAMUEL8 HENDRIX, b. August 09, 1872.


ii. JAMES NOAH HENDRIX, b. November 17, 1873.


iii. HILLARD HUNTER HENDRIX, b. January 16, 1875.


iv. RUBIN ALEX HENDRIX, b. October 27, 1876.


v. JULIA MEAK HENDRIX, b. January 30, 1878.


18. vi. NANCY ELLEN HENDRIX, b. September 30, 1879, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. 1949, Perry, Taylor County, Florida.
vii. JESSIE MONROE HENDRIX, b. April 17, 1882.


19. viii. MARY MATILDA HENDRIX, b. October 09, 1883, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. September 28, 1970, Hillsborough County, Florida.
ix. WILLIAM DAVID HENDRIX, b. April 11, 1885, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. November 28, 1968, Hillsborough County, Florida; m. EDSON P..

Notes for WILLIAM DAVID HENDRIX:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road

Notes for EDSON P.:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road

20. x. ASA EMMANUEL HENDRIX, b. April 20, 1887, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. September 07, 1965, Hillsborough County, Florida.

15. DELIA ANNIE7 HENDRIX (JAHAZIEL6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born Abt. 1856, and died March 16, 1929. She married EUGENE MCREE.

Children of DELIA HENDRIX and EUGENE MCREE are:
i. EDGAR8 MCREE, m. PAULINE OR POLLY JENSEN.


ii. LENICE MCREE.


iii. ESTELLE MCREE, m. JOHN FINCH.



16. JOHN7 HENDRIX (JAHAZIEL6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born Abt. 1860. He married SARAH MCREE.

Child of JOHN HENDRIX and SARAH MCREE is:
i. JOHN JR.8 HENDRIX.




Generation No. 8

17. ANNIE VICTORIA8 HENDRIX (HENRY EDWIN7, JOHN6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born November 02, 1862, and died February 14, 1928 in Milledgeville, Georgia. She married HENRY EMERSON MCCOMB.

Child of ANNIE HENDRIX and HENRY MCCOMB is:
21. i. ROBERT HENDRIX9 MCCOMB, b. October 29, 1884, Milledgeville, Georgia; d. December 19, 1937, Milledgeville, Georgia.

18. NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX (NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON))90,91,92,93,94,95,96,97,98,99,100,101,102,103,104,105,106,107 was born September 30, 1879 in Hillsborough County, Florida, and died 1949 in Perry, Taylor County, Florida. She married JOHN RICHARD WESTBURY HAGIN108,109,110,111,112,113,114,115,116,117,118,119 December 31, 1897 in Bloomingdale, Florida, son of JOHN HAGIN and MARY THOMPSON.

Notes for NANCY ELLEN HENDRIX:
Buried Cedar Grove Cemetery, Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida

Notes for JOHN RICHARD WESTBURY HAGIN:
Due to the lack of undertakers in the area, John built caskets for the community as needed. Nancy padded the caskets and lined them with silk, then they were covered with silk since the wood was unfinished.

He was a carpenter and built many houses in the area.

Area square dance music was provided by John and Nancy, he on his fiddle and Nancy on strings.

He worked first in the lumber business for Warnell's Mill, dragging logs by oxen to the Alafia River and floating them downstream to the mill.

He farmed and large areas and raised some of the first herds in Hillsborough County,

Nancy Hagin was known as Mother Hagin to Drs. Alsobrook, Maguire, Knight, Wright, Black and Austin because she worked with them in delivering hundreds of babies in the area. The Hagin home was a ahven for the sick and needy and many times families would come to the house to be cared for while the Father worked.

The children attended the one room school house in Alafia until the eight grade. they then graduated from Plant City High School. The Alafia school was later consolidated with the Turkey Creek school.

For a time he was foreman at Swift and Company's mines.

The Hagin's were among the pioneers who started what is now known as The Oldtimers' Picnic at Alderman Ford Park on Hwy 39 on the Alafia River, 1/2 mile south of the Hagin homestead.

In 1947 he moved to Perry, Florida and built his last home. It was located south of Perry on US 19.

Buried Cedar Grove Cemetery, Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida



Children of NANCY HENDRIX and JOHN HAGIN are:
22. i. MARY ANNIE9 DRUCILLA, b. July 23, 1902, Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. Perry, Taylor County, Florida.
ii. GRACE MILDRED HAGIN, b. January 24, 1904, Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. May 07, 1994, Plant City, Hillsborough County, Florida; m. HERBERTJ. TOWNSEND, January 15, 1932, Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida.

Notes for GRACE MILDRED HAGIN:
Buried Cedar Grove Cemetery, Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida

Notes for HERBERTJ. TOWNSEND:
Farmer, grove owner, welder and real estate broker`

Buried Cedar Grove Cemetery, Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida

23. iii. HENRY MITCHELL HAGIN SR., b. December 19, 1906, Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. August 06, 1996, Atlanta, Georgia.
24. iv. WESLEY RICHARD HAGIN, b. June 04, 1912, Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. December 31, 1978, Perry, Taylor County, Florida.
v. HARRY BUELL HAGIN, b. November 06, 1914, Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. February 24, 1915, Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida.

Notes for HARRY BUELL HAGIN:
Buried Cedar Grove Cemetery


19. MARY MATILDA8 HENDRIX (NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON))120,121,122,123 was born October 09, 1883 in Hillsborough County, Florida, and died September 28, 1970 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married JOHN WILLIAM LITTLE124,125,126,127.

Notes for MARY MATILDA HENDRIX:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road

Notes for JOHN WILLIAM LITTLE:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road

Children of MARY HENDRIX and JOHN LITTLE are:
i. THOMAS EDISON9 LITTLE, b. January 12, 1904, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. December 12, 1926, Hillsborough County, Florida.

Notes for THOMAS EDISON LITTLE:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road

ii. SAMUEL IRA LITTLE, b. May 07, 1906, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. November 12, 1924, Hillsborough County, Florida; m. LILLIE JORDAN, August 04, 1926.

Notes for SAMUEL IRA LITTLE:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road

iii. THELMA ELIZABETH LITTLE, b. April 03, 1910; d. January 27, 1983; m. JOHN WYNN, August 14, 1926.


iv. MARY LUCILLE LITTLE, b. September 22, 1912, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. 1965; m. RAY SAULS, March 18, 1932.


v. JOHNNIE VIOLA LITTLE, b. March 22, 1917; m. CARL SAMSON.


25. vi. NANCY FLORENCE (SNOODLE) LITTLE, b. July 10, 1919, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. July 01, 1993, Hillsborough County, Florida.

20. ASA EMMANUEL8 HENDRIX (NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born April 20, 1887 in Hillsborough County, Florida, and died September 07, 1965 in Hillsborough County, Florida. He married MABEL ESTHER HEATH, daughter of BENJIUM HEATH and MARY DYE.

Notes for ASA EMMANUEL HENDRIX:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road

Notes for MABEL ESTHER HEATH:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road

Children of ASA HENDRIX and MABEL HEATH are:
i. NANCY EDITH9 HENDRIX, b. July 30, 1916, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. August 08, 1995; m. RALPH HAWKINS.


ii. PAUL NOAH HENDRIX, b. April 13, 1918, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. February 05, 1921, Hillsborough County, Florida.

Notes for PAUL NOAH HENDRIX:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road

iii. JAMES EMANUAL HENDRIX, b. February 05, 1920, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. May 21, 1947, Hillsborough County, Florida.

Notes for JAMES EMANUAL HENDRIX:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road
PFC Btry B, 24th Fld. Arty BN WWII

26. iv. HARRY WILLIAM HENDRIX, b. November 16, 1921, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. January 12, 1988, Michigan.
27. v. MARY OLETA HENDRIX, b. December 20, 1923, Hillsborough County, Florida.
28. vi. MABEL ONETA HENDRIX, b. December 20, 1923, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. September 22, 1942, Hillsborough County, Florida.
vii. BABY HENDRIX, b. August 27, 1925.


29. viii. ALEX EUGENE HENDRIX, b. September 29, 1926, Hillsborough County, Florida.
30. ix. JOHN JOSEPH HENDRIX, b. September 17, 1929, Hillsborough County, Florida.
x. WALTER BENJIUM HENDRIX, b. April 07, 1933, Hillsborough County, Florida; d. November 29, 1945, Hillsborough County, Florida.

Notes for WALTER BENJIUM HENDRIX:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road

31. xi. VALENTINE (CARRIE) HENDRIX, b. February 16, 1935, Hillsborough County, Florida.
32. xii. ESTHER MAE HENDRIX, b. June 14, 1937, Hillsborough County, Florida.
33. xiii. JULIA ELLEN HENDRIX, b. December 20, 1938, Hillsborough County, Florida.
xiv. JANIS GRACE HENDRIX, b. December 08, 1942, Hillsborough County, Florida; m. HOLLIS RAULERSON, November 29, 1967.




Generation No. 9

21. ROBERT HENDRIX9 MCCOMB (ANNIE VICTORIA8 HENDRIX, HENRY EDWIN7, JOHN6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born October 29, 1884 in Milledgeville, Georgia, and died December 19, 1937 in Milledgeville, Georgia. He married ANNIE LOUSIE HALL.

Children of ROBERT MCCOMB and ANNIE HALL are:
i. MARIE LOUISE10 MCCOMB, b. September 13, 1908; m. HUGH YANDLE COOK.


ii. CAMILLE MCCOMB, b. August 29, 1911; d. September 25, 1918.


34. iii. HENRY EMERSON MCCOMB, b. August 14, 1916.

22. MARY ANNIE9 DRUCILLA (NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born July 23, 1902 in Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida, and died in Perry, Taylor County, Florida. She married J. ALVA WOODS.

Children of MARY DRUCILLA and J. WOODS are:
35. i. DOYLE10 WOODS, b. Perry, Taylor County, Florida.
ii. INA RAE WOODS, b. Perry, Taylor County, Florida; m. ? JACKSON.


36. iii. NELDA FAYE WOODS, b. Perry, Taylor County, Florida.
37. iv. LLOYD D. WOODS, b. Perry, Taylor County, Florida.

23. HENRY MITCHELL HAGIN9 SR. (NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON))128,129,130,131,132,133,134,135,136,137 was born December 19, 1906 in Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida, and died August 06, 1996 in Atlanta, Georgia. He married LESSIE LOUISIANNA BLUE138,139,140,141,142,143,144,145,146,147 September 09, 1929 in Perry, Taylor County, Florida, daughter of DANIEL BLUE and HELON HENDRY.

Notes for HENRY MITCHELL HAGIN SR.:
Buried Hillsborough Memorial Gardens, Brandon, Hillsborough County, Florida

Notes for LESSIE LOUISIANNA BLUE:
Buried Hillsborough Memorial Gardens, Brandon, Hillsborough County, Florida

Children of HENRY SR. and LESSIE BLUE are:
38. i. HELEN GWENDOLYN10 HAGIN, b. January 18, 1931, Hillsborough County, Florida.
39. ii. HENRY MITCHELL HAGIN JR., b. December 15, 1932, Hillsborough County, Florida.
40. iii. SARAH EMILY HAGIN, b. January 12, 1937, Hillsborough County, Florida.
iv. CAROL JEAN HAGIN, b. February 06, 1939, Hillsborough County, Florida; m. LOUIS ANDERSON, November 14, 1969, Hillsborough County, Florida.


41. v. DANIEL DOUGLAS HAGIN, b. November 18, 1944, Valrico, Hillsborough County, Florida.

24. WESLEY RICHARD9 HAGIN (NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born June 04, 1912 in Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida, and died December 31, 1978 in Perry, Taylor County, Florida. He married (1) MABEL P BAYNES. He married (2) LOIS WILDER. He married (3) MILDRED RUBY ELIZABETH SKINNER March 10, 1940 in Monticello, Jefferson County, Florida, daughter of WILLIAM SKINNER and MAE ABELL.

Notes for WESLEY RICHARD HAGIN:
Buried Cedar Grove Cemetery, Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida

Notes for MILDRED RUBY ELIZABETH SKINNER:
Buried Roselawn Cemetery, Monticello, Jefferson County, Florida

Children of WESLEY HAGIN and MILDRED SKINNER are:
42. i. TOBY RICHARD10 HAGIN, b. September 13, 1941, Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia.
ii. JOHN BRADFORD HAGIN, b. December 14, 1944, Monticello, Jefferson County, Florida; m. VIRGINIA SHAW, Awendaw, South Carolina.



25. NANCY FLORENCE (SNOODLE)9 LITTLE (MARY MATILDA8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born July 10, 1919 in Hillsborough County, Florida, and died July 01, 1993 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married LEO WOOD.

Notes for NANCY FLORENCE (SNOODLE) LITTLE:
Divorced in early 1960's

Children of NANCY LITTLE and LEO WOOD are:
43. i. NANCY ELEANOR10 WOOD, b. December 30, 1937.
44. ii. MARY BELLE WOOD, b. August 24, 1943.

26. HARRY WILLIAM9 HENDRIX (ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born November 16, 1921 in Hillsborough County, Florida, and died January 12, 1988 in Michigan. He married JEANNE EARLENE WOLF.

Children of HARRY HENDRIX and JEANNE WOLF are:
45. i. BONNIE MARIE10 HENDRIX.
46. ii. HARRY WALTER HENDRIX, b. March 25, 1947.
47. iii. THOMAS LYNN HENDRIX, b. June 21, 1951.
iv. DONNA JEAN HENDRIX, b. July 29, 1953; m. (1) MARTIN FORBES; m. (2) JURGEN STEDDINS; m. (3) BRIAN MYERS DOUSMAN.


48. v. RUTH ANN HENDRIX, b. January 16, 1957.
vi. RICHARD ASA HENDRIX, b. February 16, 1958; m. MELANIE ANN JOHNSON, February 14, 1990.


49. vii. MARY MARGARET HENDRIX, b. January 01, 1963.

27. MARY OLETA9 HENDRIX (ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born December 20, 1923 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married CLIFTON MILLER August 24, 1942.

Children of MARY HENDRIX and CLIFTON MILLER are:
50. i. ERNESTINE BETTY10 MILLER, b. July 03, 1943, Hillsborough County, Florida.
51. ii. ALICE JEANETTE MILLER, b. June 07, 1945, Hillsborough County, Florida.
52. iii. HOWARD ELMO MILLER, b. February 01, 1947, Hillsborough County, Florida.

28. MABEL ONETA9 HENDRIX (ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born December 20, 1923 in Hillsborough County, Florida, and died September 22, 1942 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married MILTON JOHN GUY November 07, 1939.

Notes for MABEL ONETA HENDRIX:
Buried Bloomingdale Cemetery, Blomingdale Avenue abt. 1 mile east of Lithia Pincrest Road

Child of MABEL HENDRIX and MILTON GUY is:
53. i. CAROL JEAN10 GUY, b. May 11, 1940, Hillsborough County, Florida.

29. ALEX EUGENE9 HENDRIX (ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born September 29, 1926 in Hillsborough County, Florida. He married (1) EVELYN ELIZABETH HUTCHINSON. He married (2) MARJORIE LOO KENT May 15, 1948. He married (3) ANTOINETTE ELIZABETH MILLER April 05, 1953.

Children of ALEX HENDRIX and EVELYN HUTCHINSON are:
i. LEWIS WILLIAM10 HENDRIX, b. April 29, 1967.


54. ii. JULIA FAITH HENDRIX, b. March 14, 1971.
iii. CHARLES ASA HENDRIX, b. January 16, 1974.



Children of ALEX HENDRIX and MARJORIE KENT are:
55. iv. ESTHER SUE10 HENDRIX, b. August 25, 1949, Hillsborough County, Florida.
56. v. CAROLYN LYNN HENDRIX, b. July 21, 1951, Hillsborough County, Florida.

Children of ALEX HENDRIX and ANTOINETTE MILLER are:
57. vi. CLARENCE EUGENE10 HENDRIX, b. July 01, 1954, Hillsborough County, Florida.
58. vii. JAMES EMANUAL HENDRIX, b. March 12, 1956, Hillsborough County, Florida.
59. viii. BUREN ALEX HENDRIX, b. December 02, 1957, Hillsborough County, Florida.
60. ix. RORY DALE HENDRIX, b. April 24, 1958, Hillsborough County, Florida.
61. x. HORACE LEE HENDRIX, b. July 26, 1960, Hillsborough County, Florida.
xi. HARRY HERMAN HENDRIX, b. 1961; d. 1961.


xii. BARTON EZEKIEL HENDRIX, b. 1962; d. 1962.



30. JOHN JOSEPH9 HENDRIX (ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born September 17, 1929 in Hillsborough County, Florida. He married VIVIAN EDWINA JOHNSON September 02, 1953.

Children of JOHN HENDRIX and VIVIAN JOHNSON are:
62. i. PEGGY GYNELL10 HENDRIX, b. July 16, 1955, Hillsborough County, Florida.
63. ii. CHERYL LANAY HENDRIX, b. February 03, 1957, Hillsborough County, Florida.
64. iii. JOHN JOSEPH JR. HENDRIX, b. May 11, 1960, Hillsborough County, Florida.

31. VALENTINE (CARRIE)9 HENDRIX (ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born February 16, 1935 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married WILLIE EARL SUMMERALL.

Children of VALENTINE HENDRIX and WILLIE SUMMERALL are:
i. GEORGY LYNN10 SUMMERALL, b. September 09, 1958.


ii. PHILIP EUGENE SUMMERALL, b. November 19, 1961.


65. iii. DARRYL EARL SUMMERALL, b. July 28, 1964.
66. iv. DOY ARNOLD SUMMERALL, b. September 20, 1966.

32. ESTHER MAE9 HENDRIX (ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born June 14, 1937 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married JAMES EARL RENTZ August 30, 1956.

Children of ESTHER HENDRIX and JAMES RENTZ are:
67. i. JOHN RICHARD10 RENTZ, b. May 29, 1957.
68. ii. JAMES EARL III RENTZ, b. July 30, 1958.
69. iii. BURTON ASA RENTZ, b. July 15, 1965.

33. JULIA ELLEN9 HENDRIX (ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born December 20, 1938 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married (1) ARCUE JONES. She married (2) TOM EDWARDS. She married (3) WILBUR JOHNSON August 22, 1958.

Child of JULIA HENDRIX and WILBUR JOHNSON is:
70. i. WILBUR MARCENE10 JOHNSON, b. March 18, 1959.


Generation No. 10

34. HENRY EMERSON10 MCCOMB (ROBERT HENDRIX9, ANNIE VICTORIA8 HENDRIX, HENRY EDWIN7, JOHN6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born August 14, 1916. He married MARY GERTRUDE BRADLEY.

Child of HENRY MCCOMB and MARY BRADLEY is:
i. CAMILLE LOUISE11 MCCOMB, b. August 25, 1945; m. ? SMITH.



35. DOYLE10 WOODS (MARY ANNIE9 DRUCILLA, NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born in Perry, Taylor County, Florida.

Children of DOYLE WOODS are:
i. PATRICIA11 WOODS.


ii. LLOYD WOODS.


iii. DOYLE JR WOODS.



36. NELDA FAYE10 WOODS (MARY ANNIE9 DRUCILLA, NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born in Perry, Taylor County, Florida. She married ? MADDOX.

Children of NELDA WOODS and ? MADDOX are:
i. PHILIP11 MADDOX.


ii. NANCY MADDOX.



37. LLOYD D.10 WOODS (MARY ANNIE9 DRUCILLA, NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born in Perry, Taylor County, Florida.

Children of LLOYD D. WOODS are:
i. TONI11 WOODS.


ii. HOWARD WOODS.



38. HELEN GWENDOLYN10 HAGIN (HENRY MITCHELL HAGIN9 SR., NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born January 18, 1931 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married (1) GEORGE BRANDEWIE. She married (2) LARRY BEAZLEY.

Child of HELEN HAGIN and GEORGE BRANDEWIE is:
i. KIMBERLY ERIN11 BRANDEWIE, b. May 31, 1962, Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida; m. JERRY HATLEY.



39. HENRY MITCHELL HAGIN10 JR. (HENRY MITCHELL HAGIN9 SR., NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born December 15, 1932 in Hillsborough County, Florida. He married CELESTA LASTINGER in Hillsborough County, Florida.

Children of HENRY JR. and CELESTA LASTINGER are:
71. i. DWIGHT11 HAGIN, b. November 13, 1956, Hillsborough County, Florida.
72. ii. DIANE HAGIN, b. May 10, 1959, Hillsborough County, Florida.
73. iii. DONNA HAGIN, b. December 12, 1960, Hillsborough County, Florida.

40. SARAH EMILY10 HAGIN (HENRY MITCHELL HAGIN9 SR., NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born January 12, 1937 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married NEIL COLEMAN.

Children of SARAH HAGIN and NEIL COLEMAN are:
i. DENISE11 COLEMAN.


ii. VINCENT COLEMAN.


iii. LISA COLEMAN.



41. DANIEL DOUGLAS10 HAGIN (HENRY MITCHELL HAGIN9 SR., NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born November 18, 1944 in Valrico, Hillsborough County, Florida. He married CAROLYN ALLEN148 September 19, 1964 in Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, daughter of RANDALL ALLEN and WILLIEMAE LOWE.

Children of DANIEL HAGIN and CAROLYN ALLEN are:
i. MICHAEL DOUGLAS11 HAGIN, b. September 22, 1965, Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida.


ii. ADAIR DANIELLE HAGIN, b. April 14, 1978, Lithia, Hillsborough County, Florida.



42. TOBY RICHARD10 HAGIN (WESLEY RICHARD9, NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born September 13, 1941 in Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia. He married (1) LORITA JOYCE JONES March 10, 1958 in Valdosta, Lowndes County, Georgia, daughter of HARVEY JONES and ALICE DAVIS. He married (2) DEBORAH ANN HAYES June 19, 1981 in Bushnell, Sumter County, Florida, daughter of JAMES HAYES and LAURA SELLERS.

Notes for TOBY RICHARD HAGIN:
Stetson University College of Law Graduate 8/14/1964
Admitted to Florida Bar 11/23/1964
City Councilman, Bushnell, Sumter County, Florida 1967-1969
Prosecuting Attorney, Sumter County, Florida 1969-1973
Admitted to Oregon Bar 1992

Children of TOBY HAGIN and LORITA JONES are:
74. i. JOHN WESLEY11 HAGIN, b. September 27, 1958, Valdosta, Lowndes County, Georgia.
ii. GRACE ELIZABETH HAGIN, b. November 15, 1962, St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida; m. (1) LEON J GILL, September 28, 1984, Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida; m. (2) LARRY THOMAS GRUBBS, October 08, 1994, Seiverville, Sevier County, Tennessee.



43. NANCY ELEANOR10 WOOD (NANCY FLORENCE (SNOODLE)9 LITTLE, MARY MATILDA8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born December 30, 1937. She married CHARLES SIMMONS June 10, 1955.

Notes for NANCY ELEANOR WOOD:
Divorced 1964

Children of NANCY WOOD and CHARLES SIMMONS are:
75. i. KATHY LYNNE11 SIMMONS, b. March 01, 1957.
76. ii. CHARLES BRENT SIMMONS, b. December 31, 1960.
77. iii. CURTIS LEO SIMMONS, b. April 03, 1962.

44. MARY BELLE10 WOOD (NANCY FLORENCE (SNOODLE)9 LITTLE, MARY MATILDA8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born August 24, 1943. She married LARRY BRADY.

Notes for MARY BELLE WOOD:
One grandchild, Britney Lynn, b. 5/1985


Children of MARY WOOD and LARRY BRADY are:
i. MARK DOUGLAS11 BRADY, b. June 11, 1963.


ii. SCOTT CASEY BRADY, b. November 10, 1969; d. June 1990.



45. BONNIE MARIE10 HENDRIX (HARRY WILLIAM9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)). She married ROBERT BRUCE FOX January 26, 1979.

Child of BONNIE HENDRIX and ROBERT FOX is:
i. BROOKE HEATHER11 FOX, b. February 17, 1980.



46. HARRY WALTER10 HENDRIX (HARRY WILLIAM9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born March 25, 1947. He married DONNA LYNN WALKER September 14, 1968.

Children of HARRY HENDRIX and DONNA WALKER are:
i. CHRISTIE LYNN11 HENDRIX, b. March 23, 1970.


ii. LAURA MICHELLE WALKER HENDRIX, b. March 25, 1973.



47. THOMAS LYNN10 HENDRIX (HARRY WILLIAM9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born June 21, 1951. He married (1) RUTH ANN CHASE. He married (2) SHEILA ANKNEY April 13, 1991.

Children of THOMAS HENDRIX and RUTH CHASE are:
i. EARL DEWEY11 HENDRIX, b. October 28, 1973.


ii. SANDI JEAN HENDRIX, b. February 27, 1975.



48. RUTH ANN10 HENDRIX (HARRY WILLIAM9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born January 16, 1957. She married CARLOS ADAM BLAKE November 16, 1991.

Children of RUTH HENDRIX and CARLOS BLAKE are:
i. MICHAEL WILLIAM11 BLAKE, b. September 01, 1992.


ii. MEGAN JEANNE BLAKE, b. March 06, 1996.



49. MARY MARGARET10 HENDRIX (HARRY WILLIAM9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born January 01, 1963. She married (1) BOYD POST. She married (2) DANIEL BYRON WILEY.

Child of MARY HENDRIX and DANIEL WILEY is:
i. DEVON LAREL11 WILEY, b. December 07, 1994.



50. ERNESTINE BETTY10 MILLER (MARY OLETA9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born July 03, 1943 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married MACK CHARLES June 21, 1961.

Children of ERNESTINE MILLER and MACK CHARLES are:
78. i. ALETA MARIE11 CHARLES, b. December 15, 1963.
79. ii. JOELENE ANITA CHARLES, b. January 18, 1968.

51. ALICE JEANETTE10 MILLER (MARY OLETA9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born June 07, 1945 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married ELTON FAIRCLOTH June 09, 1962.

Children of ALICE MILLER and ELTON FAIRCLOTH are:
80. i. TAMMY MARIE11 FAIRCLOTH, b. April 01, 1963.
81. ii. ELTON WILEY FAIRCLOTH, b. December 08, 1964.

52. HOWARD ELMO10 MILLER (MARY OLETA9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born February 01, 1947 in Hillsborough County, Florida. He married LINDA SPAR October 26, 1968.

Children of HOWARD MILLER and LINDA SPAR are:
i. JASON11 MILLER, b. May 17, 1975.


82. ii. CHARITY MILLER, b. October 01, 1976.

53. CAROL JEAN10 GUY (MABEL ONETA9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born May 11, 1940 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married JAMES NATHANIEL WEINBERGER September 07, 1957.

Children of CAROL GUY and JAMES WEINBERGER are:
83. i. JAMES NATHANIEL JR.11 WEINBERGER, b. October 09, 1958, Hillsborough County, Florida.
ii. LAWRENCE LEE WEINBERGER, b. November 29, 1960, Hillsborough County, Florida.


iii. CAROL ANN WEINBERGER, b. January 01, 1963, Hillsborough County, Florida; m. WAYNE KEITH HEATHERLY, February 24, 1996.


iv. MARY SUE WEINBERGER, b. November 17, 1969, Hillsborough County, Florida; m. GUY JONES JR., August 09, 1994.



54. JULIA FAITH10 HENDRIX (ALEX EUGENE9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born March 14, 1971.

Child of JULIA FAITH HENDRIX is:
i. RONALD LEE11 ROBBINS, b. February 27, 1992.



55. ESTHER SUE10 HENDRIX (ALEX EUGENE9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born August 25, 1949 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married DANIEL LESTER GUTWEIN August 19, 1972.

Child of ESTHER HENDRIX and DANIEL GUTWEIN is:
i. MATTHEW JOSEPH11 GUTWEIN, b. October 05, 1980.



56. CAROLYN LYNN10 HENDRIX (ALEX EUGENE9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born July 21, 1951 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married ALLAN HAWKINSON March 26, 1978.

Children of CAROLYN HENDRIX and ALLAN HAWKINSON are:
i. KAREN ELIZABETH11 HAWKINSON, b. January 04, 1979.


ii. MARK ANDREW HAWKINSON, b. May 13, 1980.


iii. ABIGAIL RUTH HAWKINSON, b. August 20, 1981.


iv. MARTHA LOIS HAWKINSON, b. April 21, 1984.


v. LUKE JACOB HAWKINSON, b. March 27, 1985.


vi. RACHEL HAWKINSON, b. June 18, 1986.



57. CLARENCE EUGENE10 HENDRIX (ALEX EUGENE9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born July 01, 1954 in Hillsborough County, Florida. He married CHERYL MARIE VASQUEZ April 03, 1976.

Child of CLARENCE HENDRIX and CHERYL VASQUEZ is:
i. NAJA EILEEN11 HENDRIX, b. February 06, 1977.



58. JAMES EMANUAL10 HENDRIX (ALEX EUGENE9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born March 12, 1956 in Hillsborough County, Florida. He married BARBARA SUE January 31, 1976.

Children of JAMES HENDRIX and BARBARA SUE are:
i. TOMMY JAMES11 HENDRIX, b. August 09, 1976.


ii. CHRISTINE MARIE HENDRIX, b. October 08, 1979.


iii. ERICA LYNN HENDRIX, b. November 04, 1986.



59. BUREN ALEX10 HENDRIX (ALEX EUGENE9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born December 02, 1957 in Hillsborough County, Florida. He married (1) ADELINE JULIE ECKLEBERRY. He married (2) CHRISTINE MARIE CYR. He married (3) BRENDA LEE VARGAS August 20, 1976.

Children of BUREN HENDRIX and CHRISTINE CYR are:
i. RAYMOND JOSEPH11 HENDRIX, b. May 30, 1989.


ii. ALEX EUGENE HENDRIX, b. April 10, 1990.



Children of BUREN HENDRIX and BRENDA VARGAS are:
iii. NOKOMA ADAM11 HENDRIX, b. January 15, 1978.


iv. DAVID NOLAN HENDRIX, b. March 10, 1983.



60. RORY DALE10 HENDRIX (ALEX EUGENE9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born April 24, 1958 in Hillsborough County, Florida. He married BARBARA HALT.

Child of RORY HENDRIX and BARBARA HALT is:
i. DEANNA11 HENDRIX, b. July 18, 1980.



61. HORACE LEE10 HENDRIX (ALEX EUGENE9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born July 26, 1960 in Hillsborough County, Florida. He married (1) KAREN ANNETTE CLACK. He married (2) SUZANNE MARIE ASHTON. He married (3) BRENDA JEAN FAVORS March 04, 1978.

Children of HORACE HENDRIX and KAREN CLACK are:
i. ANTIONETTE ELIZABETH11 HENDRIX, b. July 24, 1982.


ii. JESSICA MARIE HENDRIX, b. September 28, 1984.



Child of HORACE HENDRIX and SUZANNE ASHTON is:
iii. ANDREW JOSEPH11 HENDRIX, b. September 22, 1989.



Child of HORACE HENDRIX and BRENDA FAVORS is:
iv. ALAN LEE11 HENDRIX, b. March 05, 1980.



62. PEGGY GYNELL10 HENDRIX (JOHN JOSEPH9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born July 16, 1955 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married STEVEN BRUCE BOWERS September 17, 1972.

Children of PEGGY HENDRIX and STEVEN BOWERS are:
i. JOHNATHON ROBERT11 BOWERS, b. August 18, 1975; m. JENNIFER KAY LEGGETT.


ii. STEVEN BRUCE JR. BOWERS, b. February 24, 1978.



63. CHERYL LANAY10 HENDRIX (JOHN JOSEPH9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born February 03, 1957 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married ROBERT LEON CHAPMAN November 09, 1976.

Children of CHERYL HENDRIX and ROBERT CHAPMAN are:
i. ROBERT LEON III11 CHAPMAN, b. May 28, 1978.


ii. KIMBERLY NICHOLE CHAPMAN, b. May 20, 1984.


iii. AUBREY MICHAELA CHAPMAN, b. July 26, 1994.



64. JOHN JOSEPH JR.10 HENDRIX (JOHN JOSEPH9, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born May 11, 1960 in Hillsborough County, Florida. He married BETH ANN ALLEN July 24, 1978.

Child of JOHN HENDRIX and BETH ALLEN is:
i. JOHN JOSEPH III11 HENDRIX, b. June 25, 1983.



65. DARRYL EARL10 SUMMERALL (VALENTINE (CARRIE)9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born July 28, 1964. He married JOYCE ANN KENNEDY.

Child of DARRYL SUMMERALL and JOYCE KENNEDY is:
i. SAMANTHA RAE11 SUMMERALL, b. May 13, 1989.



66. DOY ARNOLD10 SUMMERALL (VALENTINE (CARRIE)9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born September 20, 1966.

Child of DOY ARNOLD SUMMERALL is:
i. COURTNEY NICHOLE11 SUMMERALL, b. May 05, 1994.



67. JOHN RICHARD10 RENTZ (ESTHER MAE9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born May 29, 1957. He married CONNIE DANETT WILLIS October 20, 1984.

Children of JOHN RENTZ and CONNIE WILLIS are:
i. JORDAN RICHARD11 RENTZ, b. July 05, 1986.


ii. JONATHAN WILLIS RENTZ, b. July 07, 1989.



68. JAMES EARL III10 RENTZ (ESTHER MAE9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born July 30, 1958. He married KAREN MARY ZARBATONY.

Children of JAMES RENTZ and KAREN ZARBATONY are:
i. JEFFERY JONATHON11 RENTZ, b. December 08, 1979.


ii. KRISTEN MICHELE RENTZ, b. February 09, 1982.



69. BURTON ASA10 RENTZ (ESTHER MAE9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born July 15, 1965. He married SHARLENE DENISE GIBSON August 29, 1989.

Children of BURTON RENTZ and SHARLENE GIBSON are:
i. CHELSEA RENEE11 RENTZ, b. November 05, 1993.


ii. MADISON MARIE RENTZ, b. December 29, 1996.



70. WILBUR MARCENE10 JOHNSON (JULIA ELLEN9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born March 18, 1959. He married EVA FAYE ROWELL.

Child of WILBUR JOHNSON and EVA ROWELL is:
i. BRANDIE11 JOHNSON, b. March 26, 1979.




Generation No. 11

71. DWIGHT11 HAGIN (HENRY MITCHELL HAGIN10 JR., HENRY MITCHELL HAGIN9 SR., NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born November 13, 1956 in Hillsborough County, Florida. He married (1) TERESA ALDERMAN in Hillsborough County, Florida. He married (2) HELEN KILLINGSWORTH in Hillsborough County, Florida.

Child of DWIGHT HAGIN and TERESA ALDERMAN is:
i. ROBERT DWIGHT12 HAGIN, b. June 13, 1984.



Children of DWIGHT HAGIN and HELEN KILLINGSWORTH are:
ii. BRODY MITCHELL12 HAGIN, b. July 31, 1991.


iii. PARKER REED HAGIN, b. April 08, 1993.



72. DIANE11 HAGIN (HENRY MITCHELL HAGIN10 JR., HENRY MITCHELL HAGIN9 SR., NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born May 10, 1959 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married ERIC RUBIO December 17, 1982 in Hillsborough County, Florida.

Children of DIANE HAGIN and ERIC RUBIO are:
i. EMILY DIANE12 RUBIO, b. February 11, 1985.


ii. PAUL ERIC RUBIO, b. February 02, 1989.



73. DONNA11 HAGIN (HENRY MITCHELL HAGIN10 JR., HENRY MITCHELL HAGIN9 SR., NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born December 12, 1960 in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married (1) NELSON LOPRESTO in Hillsborough County, Florida. She married (2) LARRY ALDERMAN.

Children of DONNA HAGIN and NELSON LOPRESTO are:
i. ALEX DONNY12 LOPRESTO, b. December 14, 1987.


ii. MARCUS ELLIOT LOPRESTO, b. February 15, 1990.



74. JOHN WESLEY11 HAGIN (TOBY RICHARD10, WESLEY RICHARD9, NANCY ELLEN8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born September 27, 1958 in Valdosta, Lowndes County, Georgia. He married (1) CYNTHIA KAY STACK December 30, 1976 in Sumterville, Sumter County, Florida. He married (2) PATRICIA TRIMBLE 1983 in Austin, Travis County, Texas.

Notes for JOHN WESLEY HAGIN:
Chief Master Sgt. USAF 1996


Child of JOHN HAGIN and PATRICIA TRIMBLE is:
i. KYLE J12 HAGIN, b. August 07, 1984, Rockledge, Brevard County, Florida.



75. KATHY LYNNE11 SIMMONS (NANCY ELEANOR10 WOOD, NANCY FLORENCE (SNOODLE)9 LITTLE, MARY MATILDA8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born March 01, 1957. She married HOMER EUGENE WALL June 20, 1975.

Children of KATHY SIMMONS and HOMER WALL are:
i. HEATHER MICHELLE12 WALL, b. November 06, 1980.


ii. HEIDI ELIZABETH WALL, b. August 04, 1982.


iii. HILLARY LYNNE WALL, b. November 13, 1985.


iv. JACOB REID WALL, b. February 17, 1989.


v. HANNAH LEIGH WALL, b. November 16, 1990.


vi. JESSE NATHANAEL WALL, b. April 25, 1993.


vii. JONATHON SCOTT WALL, b. December 02, 1998.



76. CHARLES BRENT11 SIMMONS (NANCY ELEANOR10 WOOD, NANCY FLORENCE (SNOODLE)9 LITTLE, MARY MATILDA8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born December 31, 1960. He married SUSAN ?.

Children of CHARLES SIMMONS and SUSAN ? are:
i. LAURA SUZANNA12 SIMMONS, b. August 30, 1985.


ii. CHARLES BRENDAN SIMMONS, b. March 23, 1988.


iii. SAMANTHA LYNNE SIMMONS, b. July 31, 1999.



77. CURTIS LEO11 SIMMONS (NANCY ELEANOR10 WOOD, NANCY FLORENCE (SNOODLE)9 LITTLE, MARY MATILDA8 HENDRIX, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born April 03, 1962. He married LANCIA MELTON.

Children of CURTIS SIMMONS and LANCIA MELTON are:
i. AARON JAMES12 SIMMONS, b. December 28, 1988.


ii. BRITTANY LYNNE SIMMONS, b. December 23, 1990.


iii. LOGAN REED SIMMONS, b. December 15, 1992.


iv. CACEY LYNNE SIMMONS, b. May 31, 1996.



78. ALETA MARIE11 CHARLES (ERNESTINE BETTY10 MILLER, MARY OLETA9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born December 15, 1963. She married TOM LINVILLE July 14, 1982.

Child of ALETA CHARLES and TOM LINVILLE is:
i. JAME LEON12 LINVILLE, b. February 06, 1990.



79. JOELENE ANITA11 CHARLES (ERNESTINE BETTY10 MILLER, MARY OLETA9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born January 18, 1968. She married (1) CHRIS GRAY May 28, 1983. She married (2) TIMOTHY JAMES RYALS October 08, 1991.

Child of JOELENE CHARLES and CHRIS GRAY is:
i. MEGAN DANIELE12 GRAY, b. December 18, 1983.



Child of JOELENE CHARLES and TIMOTHY RYALS is:
ii. TIMOTHY JAMES JR.12 RYALS, b. January 23, 1991.



80. TAMMY MARIE11 FAIRCLOTH (ALICE JEANETTE10 MILLER, MARY OLETA9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born April 01, 1963. She married BUTCH LUNDT.

Child of TAMMY FAIRCLOTH and BUTCH LUNDT is:
i. CHRISTOPHERDANIEL12 LUNDT, b. August 07, 1981.



81. ELTON WILEY11 FAIRCLOTH (ALICE JEANETTE10 MILLER, MARY OLETA9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born December 08, 1964. He married JULIE ANN ROE August 10, 1985.

Children of ELTON FAIRCLOTH and JULIE ROE are:
i. ELTON WILEY JR.12 FAIRCLOTH, b. February 08, 1986.


ii. JENNIFER MARIE FAIRCLOTH, b. March 29, 1989.


iii. KAYLA ANN FAIRCLOTH, b. December 07, 1990.



82. CHARITY11 MILLER (HOWARD ELMO10, MARY OLETA9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born October 01, 1976. She married JIMMY HAROLD MESSICK September 24, 1993.

Child of CHARITY MILLER and JIMMY MESSICK is:
i. SUMMER LYNN12 MESSICK, b. April 14, 1994.



83. JAMES NATHANIEL JR.11 WEINBERGER (CAROL JEAN10 GUY, MABEL ONETA9 HENDRIX, ASA EMMANUEL8, NOAH BARNABAS7, JAMES6, DAVID5, TOBIAS4, HENRY3, TOBIAS2, ALBERTUS (ALBERT) HENDRIX1 (HENDRICKSON)) was born October 09, 1958 in Hillsborough County, Florida. He married DOREEN MICHELE DAVIDSON June 18, 1983.

Child of JAMES WEINBERGER and DOREEN DAVIDSON is:
i. MATTHEW JAMES12 WEINBERGER, b. March 20, 1989.




Endnotes

1. Ancestry.com.
2. Assorted Family Notes and Recollections.
3. Family notes and interviews.
4. LDS Family Search.
5. rootsweb.
6. US Genweb.
7. The Media Research bureau, The Name and Family of Hendrick(s) or Hendrix.
8. Roberta Hendrix, The Hendrix Family of Mobile County, Alabama.
9. LDS Family Search.
10. US Genweb.
11. Roberta Hendrix, The Hendrix Family of Mobile County, Alabama.
12. The Media Research bureau, The Name and Family of Hendrick(s) or Hendrix.
13. Family notes and interviews.
14. Assorted Family Notes and Recollections.
15. LDS Family Search.
16. Family notes and interviews.
17. Ancestry.com.
18. Assorted Family Notes and Recollections.
19. rootsweb.
20. Roberta Hendrix, The Hendrix Family of Mobile County, Alabama.
21. The Media Research bureau, The Name and Family of Hendrick(s) or Hendrix.
22. US Genweb.
23. LDS Family Search.
24. Ancestry.com.
25. Assorted Family Notes and Recollections.
26. Family notes and interviews.
27. LDS Family Search.
28. rootsweb.
29. Roberta Hendrix, The Hendrix Family of Mobile County, Alabama.
30. The Media Research bureau, The Name and Family of Hendrick(s) or Hendrix.
31. US Genweb.
32. 1840 Monroe County Alabama census.
33. 1850 Monroe County Alabama census.
34. 1860 Monroe County Alabama census.
35. 1870 Monroe County Alabama census.
36. Ancestry.com.
37. Family notes and interviews.
38. Assorted Family Notes and Recollections.
39. rootsweb.
40. Bureau of Land Management, Eastern States, General Land Office.
41. Plant City, It's Origins and History.
42. rootsweb.
43. Roberta Hendrix, The Hendrix Family of Mobile County, Alabama.
44. The Media Research bureau, The Name and Family of Hendrick(s) or Hendrix.
45. US Genweb.
46. Norma Goolsby Frazier, The Blossoming of Bloomingdale.
47. Early Alabama Marriages.
48. 1790 South Carolina census.
49. 1800 South Carolina census.
50. 1820 South Carolina census.
51. 1800 Lexington County South Carolina census.
52. 1820 Lexington County South Carolina census.
53. 1840 Monroe County Alabama census.
54. 1850 Monroe County Alabama census.
55. 1860 Monroe County Alabama census.
56. 1870 Monroe County Alabama census.
57. 1885 Hillsborough County, Florida Census.
58. Ancestry.com.
59. Assorted Family Notes and Recollections.
60. Bureau of Land Management, Eastern States, General Land Office.
61. Family notes and interviews.
62. LDS Family Search.
63. Personal Visit to Bloomingdale Cemetery, Bloomingdale, Hillsborough County, Florida.
64. Plant City, It's Origins and History.
65. rootsweb.
66. Norma Goolsby Frazier, The Blossoming of Bloomingdale.
67. Roberta Hendrix, The Hendrix Family of Mobile County, Alabama.
68. The Media Research bureau, The Name and Family of Hendrick(s) or Hendrix.
69. US Genweb.
70. Early Alabama Marriages.
71. 1850 Monroe County Alabama census.
72. 1860 Monroe County Alabama census.
73. 1870 Monroe County Alabama census.
74. 1885 Hillsborough County, Florida Census.
75. 1900 Hillsborough County Florida Census.
76. 1920 Hilsborough County Florida Census.
77. Ancestry.com.
78. Assorted Family Notes and Recollections.
79. Family notes and interviews.
80. Bureau of Land Management, Eastern States, General Land Office.
81. LDS Family Search.
82. Marriage Records Hillsborough County Florida.
83. Personal Visit to Bloomingdale Cemetery, Bloomingdale, Hillsborough County, Florida.
84. Plant City, It's Origins and History.
85. rootsweb.
86. Norma Goolsby Frazier, The Blossoming of Bloomingdale.
87. Roberta Hendrix, The Hendrix Family of Mobile County, Alabama.
88. The Media Research bureau, The Name and Family of Hendrick(s) or Hendrix.
89. US Genweb.
90. 1885 Agriculture Census Hillsborough County Florida.
91. 1885 Hillsborough County, Florida Census.
92. 1900 Hillsborough County Florida Census.
93. 1920 Hilsborough County Florida Census.
94. Ancestry.com.
95. Assorted Family Notes and Recollections.
96. Family notes and interviews.
97. Interview with Fanie Mae Thompson Mclean.
98. LDS Family Search.
99. Marriage Records Hillsborough County Florida.
100. Personal Visits to Cedar Grove Cemetery, Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida.
101. Pioneer Florida.
102. Plant City, It's Origins and History.
103. rootsweb.
104. Norma Goolsby Frazier, The Blossoming of Bloomingdale.
105. Roberta Hendrix, The Hendrix Family of Mobile County, Alabama.
106. The Media Research bureau, The Name and Family of Hendrick(s) or Hendrix.
107. US Genweb.
108. 1885 Hillsborough County, Florida Census.
109. 1900 Hillsborough County Florida Census.
110. 1920 Hilsborough County Florida Census.
111. Assorted Family Notes and Recollections.
112. Family notes and interviews.
113. Interview with Fanie Mae Thompson Mclean.
114. Marriage Records Hillsborough County Florida.
115. Pioneer Florida.
116. Robert Jones, G Grandson of Stephen William Washington Hagin.
117. Interview with Fanie Mae Thompson Mclean.
118. Plant City, It's Origins and History.
119. Personal Visits to Cedar Grove Cemetery, Alafia, Hillsborough County, Florida.
120. Kathy Sommons Wall.
121. Personal Visit to Bloomingdale Cemetery, Bloomingdale, Hillsborough County, Florida.
122. Family notes and interviews.
123. Family notes and interviews.
124. Kathy Sommons Wall.
125. Personal Visit to Bloomingdale Cemetery, Bloomingdale, Hillsborough County, Florida.
126. Family notes and interviews.
127. Assorted Family Notes and Recollections.
128. 1920 Hilsborough County Florida Census.
129. Assorted Family Notes and Recollections.
130. Family notes and interviews.
131. Hendry of Clan McNaughton.
132. Interview with Fanie Mae Thompson Mclean.
133. Marriage Records Hillsborough County Florida.
134. Pioneer Florida.
135. Original Marriage License September 9. 1929.
136. Social Security papers.
137. Personal Visits to Hendry Family Cemetery Shady Gove Florida.
138. Ancestry.com.
139. Assorted Family Notes and Recollections.
140. Family notes and interviews.
141. Hendry of Clan McNaughton.
142. Interview with Fanie Mae Thompson Mclean.
143. LDS Family Search.
144. Original Marriage License September 9. 1929.
145. Social Security papers.
146. Obituary.
147. Pioneer Florida.
148. Family notes and interviews.