Well, that is very interesting ! Not sure what to make of this but my maternal line is DAVIDSON with McAfee collatoral lines and Dunehew Collatoral lines who were neighbors of an ARCHIBALD CATHEY in Izard Co. AR, and one of the Dunehew's lived with them as a laborer and later died in the Civil War. When we found out that the surname of CATHEY is in the McPHIE or McDuffy clan in Scotland, it stared me thinking that maybe these families had known each other back in NC and GA. My McAfee's were in Habersham Co. GA and CHEROKEE CO. GA, and I guess when I found CATHEYS there too that is when I posted about them to you ?
But what really made me take note are the surnames of HENRY for I think the William Henry Line is probably connected to some of our ROGERS .. especially those who have DNA matches with us, and I know the HENRY surname is on some deeds of a possible collatoral line of Chittim in NC and they all were friends ( CHITTIMS/ HENRYS/ LEEPERS/ McCORDS of Augusta Co. VA down to Anson and the HENRYS moved to YORK CO. SC and think some were also in Lincoln Co. NC later on with the LEEPERS there ). The LEEPERS are definitely in my MURRAY collatoral lines of my ROGERS, and the McCORDS married Hilliards in TN who then married our ROGERS in TN.
The HENRY in my DNA ROGERS group that matched us is :
ELIZABETH HENRY b. Oct. 02, 1797 Ireland who md. JONES ROGERS b. 1781 SC ( son of ISAAC ROGERS b. 1750 ). Elizabeth Henry and Jones Rogers married before 1804 and the descendants notes to me say this :
"Jones was born in 1781 in So. Car and died in 1850 in Phelps C o. Mo. It is Jones descendants that came on to Springfield and are buried in the Mt. Comfort cemetery, where our gr. grandfather, John Hardin Rogers, was buried. "
"Jones was living next to Joseph and Isaac and Absalom in 1820 Lincoln Co., Tenn census. Jones was representing his wife, who was Elizabeth Henry, and Sarah Swan who was living next to Jones Rogers in the 1820 census and she was a sister to Jones' wife, Elizabeth, in the settlement of an estate of Alexander Henry and Matthew Hunter. "
Apparently Elizabeth Henry Rogers had died in 1850 Hamilton Co. ILL and that is when Jones Rogers then moved to Missouri.
Now the ISAAC ROGERS had another son JOSEPH ROGERS b. 1788 SC who married NANCY MULLINGS and they had a son named GREEN BERRY ROGERS b. 1821 Lincoln Co. TN who married DORCAS RAY ( granddaughter of my GG Grandaunt DORCAS RICHESIN ) in Springfield MO. The RICHESIN family of Dorcas Ray is in my Grandmothers paternal line of RICHESIN and GREEN BERRY ROGERS is in the DNA MATCH to my own Grandfather WILLIAM MANUEL ROGERS who md. OPHELIA ANN RICHESIN ( my Grandmother who is kin to DORCAS RAY ). Also my Grandfather is the son of OUR GREEN D. BERRY ROGERS b. 1825 Carroll Co. TN ( Rogers out of Anson and Montgomery Co. NC who are my direct line ). Green D. Berry Rogers b. 1825 TN is my G. Grandfather and the GREEN BERRY ROGERS b. 1821 is in the RICHESIN family through his marriage to our DORCAS RAY in the RICHESIN family of my Grandmother OPHELIA ANN RICHESIN.
We all were sorta shocked to learn of this and then disocvered that there are other similar names in our lines of ROGERS as well as some of the HICKMAN CO. TN ROGERS group of JONES ROGERS of HICKMAN CO. TN to CARROLL CO. TN.
As you know those CARROLL CO. TN ROGERS of mine are :
William L. Rogers b. 1770 Montgomery Co. NC ; d. 1842 Carroll Co. TN and his son BASIL ROGERS b. 1794 NC who d. 1856 Carroll Co. TN and his son GREEN D. BERRY ROGERS b. 1825 who d. 1879 in Boone Co. AR.
I am still amased at the HENRY info you posted and wonder if this is the same HENRY family of the ELIZABETH HENRY who md. JONES ROGERS in our DNA ROGERS match family of ISAAC ROGERS ?
The HENRYS, LEEPERS, McCORDS, and CHITTIMS all were in Augusta Co. VA prior to ANSON and they all are said to be SCOTTISH or SCOTS IRISH or IRISH and most of their genealogies traced back to IRELAND or SCOTLAND.
Our DNA on my WILLIAM L. ROGERS line shows we are Ancient Scottish line and that is surprising as the surname of ROGERS is actually ENGLISH by way of FRANCE. They even pinpointed the area of SCOTLAND through our DNA where our ROGERS may be from and we know as we don't have our wives of our ROGERS verified that there is probably more Scottish or Irish influences in our ROGERS line.
RUTHERFORD surname is in my MURRAY/ RICHESIN family as well, and here is what little I had on ARCHIBALD CATHEY of IZARD Co. AR Census who was a neighbor to my maternal lines of DONEHEW ( also said to be DONAHUE and they married into the McAFEE family who are suppose to also be SCOTTISH family ). - Tina
per the 1850 Izard Co. AR Census 10/16 Image of Ancestry.com microfilm copy of census of my GGGG Grandfather HENRY DONAHEW father to WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW and JAMES DUNEHEW who is deceased as his sons James Jr. and Inman are then living with their grandfather. :
464 464 Henry Donahew age 70 M Born : TENNESSEE ( b. abt. 1780 TN )
James Jr. 13 M Born : TENNESSEE
Inman 9 M Born : TENNESSEE
WILLIAM C. DONAHOO and MARY are my GGG Grandparents on my maternal DAVIDSON side of family. Their Dau. SYRILDA is my GG Grandmother who md. SPENCER McAFEE who had lived in Habersham and Cherokee Co's GA prior to AR.
Per the 1850 Izard Co. AR U. S. Census
Franklin - Image 10 Household # 461
this family is listed as:
William C. Donahoo age 34 M. Farmer born in TENNESSEE
Mary " " 31 F. " " INDIANA
Parmellia " " 16 F. " " INDIANA
SURILDER " " 12 F. " " INDIANA
Martha " " 10 F " " INDIANA
John C. " " 7 M. " " INDIANA
Louisa " " 3 F. " " ARKANSAS
Then we see that INMAN DUNAHOO is listed in the CATHEY household in 1860, had his grandfather HENRY DUNEHEW died by 1860 ?
per the 1860 Franklin TWP IZARD CO. AR CENSUS June 15th Big Spring PO, image 32
200 198 CATHEY, Arch 60 m born GEORGIA
, Mary 49 f KENTUCKY
, Sarah 16 f ARKANSAS
, George W. 13 m ARKANSAS
, Charles 11 m ARKANSAS
, Young J. A. 6 m ARKANSAS
DUNAHOO, INMAN 16 m F.L. TENNESSEE
Inman Donahoo - Izard - Died Picahontas, AR 1862
" A Good Story" Where I was and What I saw during the Late War" by Elihu C. Bechkam, Sergeant Co., "K" , 21st ARK.
"Just here I will state that there were only two companies of McCarver's Regiment with us at that time, the other four companies having left for Bowling Green, KY, sometime before my enlistment. These companies were commanded by Captains Elkins, Wolf, Matheney, Airington, Shinpock, and Nunn. Several of the soldiers died while here, mostly from Measles, among whom were Davids Bone, Joel Battles, INMAN DONAHOO and Joe Miller. Sergeant Sam Taylor, while in a play with John Strother, accidntally broke his leg and was sent home. Capt. Elkins was sick and sent home at the same time and never came back to us. "
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