Usry Bul #6
USSERY, MARY ELIZABETH - March 29, 1928 - Feb. 14, 1978 - SS Number: 246500976
John V. Ussery B. 12/28/1876 D. 8/22/1964 Johnsie Ledbetter Wife of John V. Ussery 4/12/1882 3/27/1939 J. V. Ussery Jr. Son of John V. & Johnsie Ussery 3/10/1910 - 10/21/1928 C. W. (Bill) Ussery 5/11/1915 12/18/1971
Northam Cemetery, Rockingham:
Old Scotch Cemetery
Hiram Baldwin Cemetery
Ussery Cemetery, Grassy Isle
Old East Side Cemetery, Rockingham
Infant Ussery, b & d Oct 13, 1910
South Hancock Street Cemetery
Deposition: In the 1853 Spring Term of the Richmond County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Elizabeth Allred Armstrong was the plaintiff against Richard W. Jones, Cynthia Jones, Anderson Griffis and wife Elizabeth, Wade Barret and wife Amelia, John Terry and wife Mary, Stephen G. Cobert and wife Nancy caveat will of James Armstrong, deceased.
William Ussery, son of Peter Ussery and Amelia Jarvis, was deposed as a witness, as follows:
1854 Jan 17-- State of TN, Mcnairy County. I have on this day proceeded to take the Deposition of William Ussery, a witness for the plaintiff about the age of sixty eight years, at my house and office in the Town of Purdy in obedience of a Commission hereto annexed in the presence of Richard W. Jones to be read as evidence in a suit now pending in the Superior Circuit Court of Richmond Co.,NC, Rockingham Courthouse. Wherein Richard W. Jones and others are plaintiffs and Elizabeth Armstrong and others are defendants and the said Wm. Ussery first being duly sworn to speak the truth and the whole truth as to what he may know of and concerning the matter in disput between the said parties...saith as follows (to wit,):
Questions by the plaintiff: Were you acquanted with William Jones and his wife Sarah? A: I was well acquainted withthem in their lifetime, and for many years. Q: Are they living or dead? If dead, where did they die? A: They are not living, but are both dead and died in Giles Co., TN. Q: Do you know whether there was any relationship between them and the late James Armstrong of Richmond Co., NC? A; They were related and so claimed to be by both father and mother having the same father, but different mothers. Q: What was the relationship? A: They were half-brother and sister Q: Do you know what children Sara Jones, the wife of William Jones, has left surviving her: A: Elizabeth, Amelia, Mary, Isaac, Synthia, Nancy, Richard and Sarah Q: Will you please to name them and state who are the husbands of the daughters of Sarah Jones, if any of them are married: A: Elizabeth married Anderson Griffis. Amelia married Wade Barrett, Mary has been married twice, the first husband by the name of Thomas Wilks. Her present husband is John Terry. Synthia is not married. Nancy is married to B.G. East, Sarah married Stephen G. Cobert. Q: Do you know who James Armstrong, the brother of Sarah Jones, married? A: He married Elizabeth Allred and I never heard it disputed or called in question. Signed: William Ussery
And further this deponent sayeth not. I certify that the foregoing Deposition is all my own handwriting, that I am in no wise related to either of the parties. That the same was taken before me on the day at the place and in the presence of the party named Captain Richard W. Jones,one of the plaintiffs, and has not been out of my possession and has not in any wise been added to or changed since it was signed by the said William Ussery, the witness,this the 17th of January 1854. Signed: S.D. Pace, one of the Justices of the Peace for the County of Menairy and State of Tenessee. Fees for Deposition $1. pd. by Richard W. Jones. Wm. Ussery pd. $.75
4 Jan. 1883: Petition of W.D. Ussery, guardian of Harriett H. Crawson, lunatic, to withhold $7.25 for travel expenses to Asylum.
2 Dec 1898: W.M. Ussery, Justice of the Peace, Mineral Springs Twp, tenders resignation
14 Mar 1899: J.C. Ussery, Appointed Justice of the Peace, Black Jack Twp.
Annie J. Ussery, widow of Robert Ussery, allotted $390.50 for a year's support.
Mortgage deed W.F. Ussery of the State of Georgia, Johnson Co., from W.D. Ussery, 20 July 1889, for $300 debt.
June Session 1802: Richmond County Court. A Petition for Dower:
Lively Chairs, widow of Samuel Chairs, shows that on or about the 15th of Nov. last, Samuel Chairs departed this life having first made a last will and testament; that no provision out of the real estate of the said deceased is made for her; and that Samuel Chairs, her husband left issue six children, vix. William, Joseph, Sophia, Mary, Sally and Anne who are all under the age of twenty one years and of whom Peter Ussery is appointed guardian pending this Petition. That the deceased, at the time of his death was possessed of 175 acres by estimation on the waters of Big Buffaloe Creek and adjoining lands of Thomas Baird, William Henly, Daniel McDaniel and Elijah Chairs...Archibald McBryde, Attorney. Jurors who laid off dower lands in December 1802 were John Bowdon, John Ewen, Isaac Armstrong, Sylvester Chun, Jesse Baldwin, Jonathan Allred, John Skinner, Squire Robinson, Solomon Sprawls, George Slaughter and Henry Stringfellow. Wit. Eli Terry.
April 19, 1844--To the Sheriff of Richmond County Greeting. Whereas in a certain suit lately pending in our Superior Court of Law of the County of Richmond brought by Alexander McKinnon to the use of Angus Campbell before B.B. McKenzieEsquire, a Justice of the Peace in the aforesaid County, against Malcom C. Morrison, Administrator of Daniel McKinnon, dec'd , wherein the said administrator plead "fully administered, no assets" - whereupon the said plaintiff preceded to ascertain the amound of his demand and signed judgment for the same, to wit. For the sum of eleven dollars principle, three 32/100 dollars interest and forty cents cost on the 27th January 1844. And the said B.B. McKenzie returned the said Suit into our said Court to try the issues aforesaid. And whereas, at March Term 1844 of our Court that the said Daniel McKinnon died leaving heirs at law, Viz:.....Martin Ussery in right of his wife Catherine....etc.
7 June 1795- Will 1-61: Nathanial Chairs.
Will of John Roe Richmond County 15 Nov 1780 - Mar 1783 :
Sons: Edward Roe (one shilling and no more), John Edward Roe and Samuel Roe. Daughters: Sarah Richardson Phillips, Jean Roe, Rachel Roe. Grandson: Samuel Salsbury Chears. Other legatee: Martha Ussery. Wife: Susannah. Executors: Susannah Roe and Joseph Chaplain. Witnesses: Joseph Hines, James Downing, Wm. Leago. Clerk of the Court: Wm. Love.
Jan. 1892: Will of William D. Ussery, probated Jan. 1892: G-445. Devisees: Mary J. Faulkner, John C. Ussery, Ella R. Ussery, Sarah A. Nicholson, Maritha C. Cooper and William F. Ussery.
25 Jan 1892: Last Will of William D. Ussery, 11 Jul 1889: 6-444. Proved in court 25 Jan 1892. Executors: William F. Ussery, son, and Roberta A. Johnson. Six children named: Mary J. Falkner; John C., William F. and Ella R. Ussery; Sarah A. Nicholson and Martha C. Cooper.
Will of Maritha Ussery (date of probate uncertain). Named in Will: John and Sarah Roe, Elizabeth Ussery, Wm. Haudley, John C., Eliza Jane and Ella Everett, John C. and Wm. F Handley, Wm. D. Ussery,Lillie Gardner and W.C. Ussery.
5 Jan. 1871: Will of John C. Everett; Died Jan 14, 1874; Application for probate 14 Jan, 1871: names companion, Sara Everett. Children: Ann H. Everett, Martha Everett, Elijah C. and Eliza Jane Everett; Obedience Hames, Clementine Baldwin, Sarah Ussery, Harriett Crowson, Esther Covington and Elijah Hames, grandson. Exec. Elijah C. Everett, Walter K. Covington, Ann H. Everett.
(Father-in-law to Wm. Dorsey Ussery)
28 Dec. 1896: Estate of James Ussery, Intestate: Henry M. Ussery. Heirs- Mary, Henry m, Susan and John Ussery.
1905: Estate of Robert Ussery, dec'd, intestate: Annie J. Ussery. Heirs: Robert, Thomas, and Ella Ussery. Annie J. Ussery, widow and administrator, appointed 10 June, 1905.
8 Oct 1906: Will of Eliza Jane Everett- 7-201: Robert L. Nichold, Exe. Probated 6 Jan 1912: Heirs of my sister Sarah E. Ussery, dec'd 1/4 of estate. Heirs of brother, E.C. Everett, dec'd, 1/4 of estate. Heirs of sister, Obedience Hames, 1/4 of estate and Heirs of sister Esther C. Covington, 1/4 of estate.
Will of William D. Ussery, probated Jan. 31, 1892 - Book G, p 444-445;
Mentioned in Will: Mary J. Faulkner, John C. Ussery, Ella R. Ussery, Sarah A. Nicholson, Martha C. Cooper, Wm. F. Ussery
1810 U.S. Census, Richmond Co., NC.
Welcome Ussery 1m 26-45, 2m 0-10; 1f 16-26 2f under 10
Lively Cheairs males 1 16/26; females 1 (to 10) 2 10/16; 1 16/26; 1 26/45
1850 U.S. Census, Richmond Co., NC:
Fairground District1860 U.S. Census, Richmond Co., NC:
Usher, James NC Richmond Fairground District 1850 642 307 age 21 Ussery, James NC Richmond Fairground District 1850 642 312 age 24 Mary age 16 Martha age 3 Sarah age 1
Ussery, William NC Richmond Rockingham District 1850 642 286 age 38 Sarah age 36 Mary age 18 John age 11 Robert age 11 Sarah age 5 Martha age 2
Steele Dist. 42-42 11 June:
|George Usery||35 m||farmer||NC||0/100|
|Henrietta Usery||32 f||NC|
|Eliza Ann Usery||17 f||NC|
|Attar Usery||8 m||NC|
|Mary Usery||3 f||NC|
Steeles Dist. 66-66 12 June:
|William Usery||27 m||farmer||NC||3/130|
|Sary Usery||34 f||NC|
|Stephen Usery||11 m||NC|
|Merocum Usery||9 f||NC|
|William Usery||4 m||NC|
|Elizabeth Shepard||15 f||NC|
Fairgrounds Dist. 206-206, 5 July:
|William D. Usery||48 m||master mechanic||NC||200/4000|
|Sarah Usery||45 f||NC|
|Mary Usery||23 f||NC|
|John Usery||21 m||mechanic||NC|
|Sallie Usery||13 f||NC|
|Martha Usery||12 f||NC|
|William Usery||7 m||NC|
|Ella Usery||4 f||NC|
Fairgrounds Dist. 235-235, 7 July:
|James Usery||29 m||farmer||NC|
|Mary A. Usery||27 f||NC|
|Jane Usery||12 f||NC|
|Sarah Usery||11 f||NC|
|James Usery||9 m||TN|
|Nancy Usery||7 f||TN|
|Wayne Usery||4 m||NC|
|Lansee Usery||3 m||NC|
|Mary Usery||1 f||NC|
1870 U.S. Census, Richmond Co., NC:
Mineral Springs Twp. 196-196: 9 Sept:
|Ussery, William R.||50 m||w||miller||NC|
|Ussery, Roxie L||40 f||w||NC|
|Ussery, Martha||14 f||w||NC|
|Ussery, Thomas||20 m||w||NC|
|Ussery, Jane||20 f||w||NC|
Rockingham Twp., 89-88: 18 July
|Ussery, Thomas||25 m||w||farmer||NC|
Town of Rockingham, 40-40; 9 July:
|Usery, William||57 m||w||carpenter||NC|
|Usery, Sarah||55 f||w||NC|
|Usery, Sallie||25 f||w||NC|
|Usery, Martha||21 f||w||NC|
|Usery, William||17 m||w||NC|
|Usery, Ella||14 f||w||NC|
|Usery, Daniel||13 m||w||NC|
Steeles Twp. 194-180; 19 Aug.
|Ussery, Mastin||32 m||w||mechanic||NC|
|Ussery, Mary J.||37 f||w||NC|
|Ussery, Usiely?||4 m||w||NC|
|Ussery, Sarah||1 f||w||NC|
Steele Twp.: 23 Aug
|Ussery, James||48 m||w||farmer||NC|
|Ussery, Mary A.||37 f||w||NC|
|Ussery, Nancy J.||16 f||w||NC|
|Ussery, Wayman||15 m||w||NC|
|Ussery, James||18 m||w||NC|
|Ussery, Lawson||14 m||w||NC|
1880 U.S. Census, Richmond Co., NC
Settle Twp 269-269:
|Ussery, George||50 m||w||laborer||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Rity||35 f||w||wife||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Thomas||16 m||w||son||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, William||12 m||w||son||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Martha||9 f||w||daughter||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Charles||5 m||w||son||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, James||42 m||w||farmer||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Ann||50 f||w||wife||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Sophronia||14 f||w||laborer||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Waymond||22 m||w||laborer||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Mary||18 f||w||wife||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, James||35 m||w||laborer||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Mary R.||26 f||w||wife||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Alice O.||9 f||w||dau.||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Marshal||6 m||w||son||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Johnny||4 m||w||son||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Susan R.||2 f||w||dau.||NC||NC||NC|
Mineral Springs Twp. 37-37: 1 June
|Ussery, William R.||52 m||w||works in grist mill||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Roxy||56 f||w||wife||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Marshall||24 m||w||son||NC||NC||NC|
Mineral Springs Twp. 44-44: 1 June
|Ussery, Welcome||45 m||w||carpenter||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Ann||35 f||w||wife||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Vinson||14 m||w||son||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Asa||6 m||w||son||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, John||3 m||w||son||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Florence||1 f||w||dau.||NC||NC||NC|
Mineral Springs Twp. 4-45: 1 June
|Ussery, Alfred||43 m||w||farmer||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Mary||32 f||w||wife||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Waverly||13 m||w||son||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Sarah||11 f||w||dau.||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Miles||9 m||w||son||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, George||6 m||w||son||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Robert||4 m||w||son||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Alfred||2 m||w||son||NC||NC||NC|
Rockingham Twp. 371-371: 29 June
|Ussery, William||68 m||w||mechanic||NC||NC||NC|
|Ussery, Sarah||66 f||w||wife||NC||NC||NC|
1900 US Census - Richmond Co: Black Jack Twp: James W. Ussery - Head w/m - June 1852 - born in TN (Son of James A. and Mary A. listed in 1860 Census - Fairgrounds Dist. 235-235, 7 July above) Eliza A. (Hutchison) - wife w/f - May 1853 - born in NC (parents John W. and Martha Hutchison)[Married in Montgomery Co., NC 21 March 1 1874 ] John C. Ussery - head- w/m- Sept 1838 Katherine J. - wife- w/f - Aug 1843 Martha C. - Dau - Feb 1882 William T. - Son - Aug 1884 Mary - Dau. - June 1886
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