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Bell, Driskell, Springate, Weatherford

Weatherford, Weitherford, Witherford Family DNA Project

Please join the WEATHERFORD DNA project

David, Charles & Martha Weatherford are listed on page 364 of the 1830 Census for Mercer County Kentucky.  There is also a Stephen, Robert, Jane and Ezekiel Lyons on page 319.  There are several Bells including a William Bell on page 303. http://www.rootsweb.com/~kymercer/census/1830/

David Weatherford & Rhoda Lyons:
See
1850 Census, Breckinridge Co., Kentucky,
District 1, Reel M432-193,  Dwelling #319.

Eastern Cherokee Guion Miller Roll 1909
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Also check out Weatherford Information  contributed by Bonnie Rapert 

Be sure to visit www.weatherfordbook.com

One of the most detailed
WEATHERFORD lineage online books around, by Belinda Pierce (358 pages):

Also, remember that our Weatherford surname is found among the  Eastern Band of the Creeks.
If you want to do further research in this area, this may be a nice place to start: Creek Indian Researcher - records and links

This is a group of WEATHERFORDS which are not connected to us however, since I know others will find this page, I offer the link for them:

History of the Weatherford Family

1814 Marriage Bond - David Weatherford & Rhoda Lyon
1814 Marriage Bond, David Weatherford and Rhoda Lyon

1874 Death Record David Weatherford
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The following information was sent from Gayle P. , and more on these lines can be found on the LYONS page.

Descendants of Thomas Whitheford 


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Gayle's line in blue and mine in red)

Generation No. 1

THOMAS1 WHITHEFORD (Source: Bev Allen, All Weatherford information from Thomas Whitheford forward was sent to me by Bev Allen.) was born Abt. 1585 in Tansworth, Warwickshire, England. He married MARGARET WARING 30 June 1609 in Tansworth, Warwickshire, England. She was born Abt. 1588 in Tansworth, Warwickshire, England.


Children of THOMAS WHITHEFORD and MARGARET WARING are:

i. WILLIAM2 WHITHEFORD, b. Abt. 1611, Tansworth, Warwickshire, England.

ii. ELIZABETH WHITHEFORD, b. Abt. 1613, Tansworth, Warwickshire, England.

* *2. iii. JOHN WHITHEFORD, b. Abt. 1615, Tansworth, Warwickshire, England; d. 1706.

iv. MARY WHITHEFORD, b. Abt. 1617, Tansworth, Warwickshire, England.

v. THOMAS WHITHEFORD, JR., b. Abt. 1618, Tansworth, Warwickshire, England.

vi. CHARLES WHITHEFORD, b. Aft. 1619, Tansworth, Warwickshire, England.


Generation No. 2

* *JOHN2 WHITHEFORD (THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1615 in Tansworth, Warwickshire, England, and died 1706.

Child of JOHN WHITHEFORD is:

* * 3. i. WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, b. 1645, Williamsburg, York Co., Virginia; d. 1732.


Generation No. 3

* * 3. WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD (JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 1645 in Williamsburg, York Co., Virginia, and died 1732.

Children of WILLIAM WHITHEFORD are:

      4. i. RICHARD4 WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1674, James City County, VA; d. Abt. 1756, Lunenburg Co., VA.

ii. THOMAS WEATHERFORD, b. 1675, James City County, VA; d. Bef. 1722, Virginia.

* *5. iii. WILLIAM WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1678, James City County, VA; d. Abt. 1756, Lunenburg Co., VA.

iv. JOHN WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1682, James City County, VA; d. 1725, Virginia.

v. JAMES WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1684, James City County, VA; d. 1740.

vi. CHARLES WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1687, James City County, VA; d. Abt. 1750, Virginia.

vii. ANN WEATHERFORD, b. 1690.


Generation No. 4

RICHARD4 WEATHERFORD (WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1674 in James City County, VA, and died Abt. 1756 in Lunenburg Co., VA.

Children of RICHARD WEATHERFORD are:

i. RICHARD5 WEATHERFORD, b. 1703, Virginia; d. 1755, Virginia.

6. ii. CHARLES WEATHERFORD, b. 1705, Mecklenberg Co. VA.

iii. JOSEPH WEATHERFORD, b. 1707.


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WILLIAM4 WEATHERFORD (WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1678 in James City County, VA, and died Abt. 1756 in Lunenburg Co., VA. He married SUSANNA WALLER Abt. 1699. She was born Abt. 1675 in Virginia, and died Abt. 1758 in Lunenburg Co., VA.

Children of WILLIAM WEATHERFORD and SUSANNA WALLER are:

* *7. i. JOHN5 WEATHERFORD, b. 1700, Kent Co. , Virginia.

ii. WILLIAM WEATHERFORD, b. 1702.

iii. LUCY WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1705, Kent Co. , Virginia; m. PARSONS, Abt. 1725; b. Abt. 1700.

8. iv. MAJOR WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1715, Hanover Co. VA; d. 1774, Lunenburg Co., VA.

Generation No. 5

6. CHARLES5 WEATHERFORD (RICHARD4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 1705 in Mecklenberg Co. VA. He married MARY CORNET/CUPBORD.

Children of CHARLES WEATHERFORD and MARY CORNET/CUPBORD are:

i. CHARLES6 WEATHERFORD, b. 1724, James City County, VA; d. St. Augustine, St. Johns Co. FL.

9. ii. MARTIN WEATHERFORD, b. 1726, James City County, VA; d. March 1805, Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Bahamas.

iii. RICHARD WEATHERFORD, b. 1728, James City County, VA.

iv. WILLIAM WEATHERFORD, b. 1730, James City County, VA; d. Florida Keys, Florida.

v. JOHN WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1732, James City County, VA; d. 1804, Edgefield Co. SC.

vi. LUCY WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1734, James City County, VA.

vii. ELIZABETH WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1736, James City County, VA.

* *7. JOHN5 WEATHERFORD (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 1700 in Kent Co. , Virginia.

Children of JOHN WEATHERFORD are:

i. CHARLES6 WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1728, Virginia.

* *10. ii. JOHN WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1729, Virginia; d. Abt. 1793, Bartholomew Co. , Indiana.

8.  MAJOR5 WEATHERFORD (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1715 in Hanover Co. VA, and died 1774 in Lunenburg Co., VA. He married MARY EDWARDS 26 May 1760 in Lunenburg Co. VA, daughter of WILLIAM EDWARDS.

Children of MAJOR WEATHERFORD and MARY EDWARDS are:

i. ELIZABETH6 WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1761.

ii. LUCY WEATHERFORD.

iii. MARTHA WEATHERFORD.

iv. MARY WEATHERFORD.

v. RICHARD WEATHERFORD.

vi. SAMUEL MAJOR WEATHERFORD, m. (1) LINA CHAFFIN, 04 March 1805, Charlotte Co. VA; m. (2) SARAH PETTY, 29 October 1812, Charlotte Co. VA.

vii. SUSANNA WEATHERFORD.

11. viii. WILLIAM WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1737, Virginia.

12. ix. REVEREND JOHN WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1740, Hanover Co. VA; d. 23 January 1833, Pittsylvania Co. VA.

13. x. AGNESS WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1760.

xi. DRUSILLA WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1766; m. WILLIAM MOORE, 05 March 1786, Charlotte Co. VA.

Generation No. 6

9. MARTIN6 WEATHERFORD (CHARLES5, RICHARD4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 1726 in James City County, VA, and died March 1805 in Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Bahamas. He married (1) JANE 1747 in Virginia. She was born 1731 in Virginia. He married (2) ISABELLA 1775 in Georgia.

Children of MARTIN WEATHERFORD and JANE are:

i. WILLIAM7 WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1748, Lunenburg Co., VA.

14. ii. CAPT. JAMES WEATHERFORD, b. 1750, Lunenburg Co., VA; d. 1810, Edgefield Co. SC.

15. iii. CHARLES WEATHERFORD, b. 1752, Lunenburg Co., VA.

iv. ELENOR WEATHERFORD, b. 1753.

v. JOHN WEATHERFORD, b. 1754, Lunenburg Co., VA.

16. vi. CATHERINE WEATHERFORD, b. 1756, Lunenburg Co., VA.

Children of MARTIN WEATHERFORD and ISABELLA are:

vii. HENRIETTA7 WEATHERFORD, b. 1775, St. Paul Parish, Augusta Twp. Georgia; d. 17 May 1797, Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas; m. WILLIAM GOULD, 07 September 1796, St. John's Parish, Harbour Island, Abaco, Bahamas; b. Abt. 1775.

17. viii. JOHN WILLIAM WEATHERFORD, b. 1776, St. Paul Parish, Augusta Twp. Georgia; d. 28 September 1867, Hope Town, Elbow Cay, Abaco, Bahamas.

18. ix. WILLIAM HENRY WEATHERFORD, b. 1777, St. Paul Parish, Augusta Twp. Georgia; d. 04 October 1823, Bahamas.

19. x. CATHERINE "CATY" WEATHERFORD, b. 1778, St. Paul Parish, Augusta Twp. Georgia.

20. xi. CHARLES C. WEATHERFORD, b. 1779, St. Paul Parish, Augusta Twp. Georgia.

xii. RICHARD WEATHERFORD, b. 1781, St. Paul Parish, Augusta Twp. Georgia; d. 15 March 1815, Abaco, Bahamas.

xiii. CHARLOTTE WEATHERFORD, b. 1783, St. Augustine, Florida; d. 16 May 1805, Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Bahamas.

xiv. SARAH WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1784, Abaco, Bahamas; d. Aft. 1804.

xv. ISABELLA WEATHERFORD, b. 1785, Abaco, Bahamas; d. 12 April 1820, St. Matthew's Church, Nassau, Bahamas; m. CAPTAIN JOHN W. HALL, 24 December 1817, Nassau, Bahamas; b. Abt. 1785.


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JOHN6 WEATHERFORD (JOHN5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1729 in Virginia, and died Abt. 1793 in Bartholomew Co. , Indiana. He married ELIZABETH HARDY 3 Apr 1750 in Amelia, Amelia, VA, daughter of THOMAS HARDY. She was born Abt. 1728.

Children of JOHN WEATHERFORD and ELIZABETH HARDY are:

21. i. JOHN7 WEATHERFORD, b. 05 May 1747, Amelia Co., Virginia; d. Aft. 12 August 1846, Bartholomew Co. , Indiana.

22. ii. DAVID W. WEATHERFORD, b. Jan 6, 1750, Amelia Co., Virginia; d. 01 November 1799, Henry Co. VA.

iii. HARDIN WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1754, Pittsylvania Co. VA; d. Aft. 1827, Jefferson Co., IN.  He married Rebecca Dowdy, b. ABT 1756, on 5 Dec. 1780 in Cumberland, Cumberland, VA.

* *23. iv. ARCHIBALD WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1758, Virginia; d. Aft. 1820, Casey County, KY.

"Pittsylvania Co. Deeds, Deed 4, pg. 415, made on Sept. 8, 1777, recorded on Oct. 23, 1777: John and wife Elizabeth Weatherford land to Joshua Welch on order to clear up my son Archibald Weatherford from going to the war for the space of 3 years. Land on South side Great Cherry Stone Creek adjoining Thomas Hardie Jr. (Hardy), John Knuckholes (Nuckols) and Thomas Hardy. 248A. "

24. v. MONEY WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1760, Pittsylvania Co. VA; d. Abt. 1816, Tennessee.

vi. MILLEY WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1765.


11.
  WILLIAM6 WEATHERFORD (MAJOR5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1737 in Virginia. He married MARY ROBINSON, daughter of EDWARD ROBINSON and JUDITH UNKNOWN.

Child of WILLIAM WEATHERFORD and MARY ROBINSON is:

i. SAMUEL7 WEATHERFORD.


12.
  REVEREND JOHN6 WEATHERFORD (MAJOR5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1740 in Hanover Co. VA, and died 23 January 1833 in Pittsylvania Co. VA. He married MARTHA P. SUBLETT 1775, daughter of WILLIAM SUBLETT and SUSANNA ALLEN. She was born 1752 in Virginia, and died November 1829 in Pittsylvania Co. VA.

Child of JOHN WEATHERFORD and MARTHA SUBLETT is:

i. CHARLES ANDERSON7 WEATHERFORD.


13.
AGNESS6 WEATHERFORD (MAJOR5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1760. She married JAMES M. HARPER 26 December 1782 in Charlotte Co. VA. He was born Abt. 1760.

Child of AGNESS WEATHERFORD and JAMES HARPER is:

i. JAMES M.7 HARPER.

Generation No. 7

14. CAPT. JAMES7 WEATHERFORD (MARTIN6, CHARLES5, RICHARD4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 1750 in Lunenburg Co., VA, and died 1810 in Edgefield Co. SC.

Children of CAPT. JAMES WEATHERFORD are:

i. JOHN8 WEATHERFORD, b. 1786.

ii. ELIAS WEATHERFORD.

iii. JESSIE WEATHERFORD.

iv. OBEDIANCE WEATHERFORD.

v. BIDDY WEATHERFORD.


15.
CHARLES7  WEATHERFORD  (MARTIN6, CHARLES5, RICHARD4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 1752 in Lunenburg Co., VA. He married SEHOY III 1780 in Creek Nation, daughter of A TOOKABATCHA CHIEF. She was born Abt. 1759 in Taskigi (Old Fort Toulouse nr. Montgomery, Alabama, and died Abt. 1811 in Baldwin Co., Alabama. His occupation: Indian Trader

5 Children of CHARLES WEATHERFORD and SEHOY are:

i. WILLIAM "Red EAGLE" WEATHERFORD.d b. 1781 Al; *Married 1st-Mary Moniac about 1797 in AL; Married 2nd -Sopathe Thlanie about 1804 (some accounts say 1813-14) in AL; Married 3rd-Mary Stiggins abt 1817 in AL; d. Mar 24,1824, following a bear hunt and is buried next to his mother Sehoy III in a grave in Baldwin Co., AL
Children of Wm Weatherford & Mary Stiggins (b.1783 in AL, d.1832 Mount Pleasant, Monroe Co., AL; buried with other Stiggins at the Baptist Church, Little River; her wooden marker was destroyed in a brush fire. d/o Joseph Stiggins, an Englishman, and Nancy Grey, a Natchez, niece of Chinnabbee):

  >Alexander McGillivray Weatherford, b. 1820 who married 1st-Martha Powell. Their children are: Martha E. Weatherford (m. Eli King), Mary Ellen Weatherford (m. Alexander Moniac Sizemore), Percy W. Weatherford, Susan Arelia Weatherford, Frederick Tyler Weatherford, Levetia Weatherford, Charles A. Weatherford.

  >Mary Levitia Weatherford. Married Dr. William Forbes Howell, m. April 11, 1842. Monroe Co. AL

  >Major Weatherford, who was killed as a child

  >John Weatherford, died as a child.
*See: William Weatherford and his wives Mary Moniac, Sopathe Thlanie, and Mary Stiggins by Carol Middleton


ii. ELIZABETH ("BETSY" ?) WEATHERFORD.

iii. JOHN "JACK" D. WEATHERFORD, m ELIZABETH E. WALKER on June 9, 1854 n

iv. ROSSANNAH WEATHERFORD m CAPT. J.W. SHOMO 
v. Un-named daughter, married Alexander Sizemore

(According to the Draper Papers, there was a Charles Weatherford who made a will in Jackson County, Georgia in 1814, leaving a wife, Charity, as well as children named Archibald, Rhoda, Patsey, Betsy, and Susie.- Bonnie Rapert)


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  CATHERINE7 WEATHERFORD (MARTIN6, CHARLES5, RICHARD4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 1756 in Lunenburg Co., VA. She married DAVID DOUGLAS 10 July 1777 in St. Paul Parish, Augusta Twp. Georgia.

Child of CATHERINE WEATHERFORD and DAVID DOUGLAS is:

i. DOUGLAS8 DOUGLAS, b. 1778.


17.
  JOHN WILLIAM7 WEATHERFORD (MARTIN6, CHARLES5, RICHARD4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 1776 in St. Paul Parish, Augusta Twp. Georgia, and died 28 September 1867 in Hope Town, Elbow Cay, Abaco, Bahamas. He married (1) CATHERINE Abt. 1796 in Eleuthera, Bahamas. He married (2) SUSANNAH MALONE 03 July 1816 in Hope Town, Elbow Cay, Abaco, Bahamas, daughter of DAVID MALONE and PATIENCE BEAK.

Children of JOHN WEATHERFORD and CATHERINE are:

i. MARY8 WEATHERFORD.

ii. WILLIAM MARTIN WEATHERFORD, SR..

iii. ALEXANDER WEATHERFORD.

iv. ASA WEATHERFORD.


Children of JOHN WEATHERFORD and SUSANNAH MALONE are:

v. CHARLOTTE JANE8 WEATHERFORD.

vi. ISABELLA WEATHERFORD.

vii. SUSAN WEATHERFORD.

viii. JOHN ALEXANDER WEATHERFORD.

ix. RICHARD WEATHERFORD.

x. ELIZABETH WEATHERFORD.

xi. JAPETH NEWLAND WEATHERFORD, SR..


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WILLIAM HENRY7 WEATHERFORD (MARTIN6, CHARLES5, RICHARD4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 1777 in St. Paul Parish, Augusta Twp. Georgia, and died 04 October 1823 in Bahamas. He married ISABELLA Abt. 1805 in Bahamas. She was born Abt. 1785.

Child of WILLIAM WEATHERFORD and ISABELLA is:

i. HENRY8 WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1806, Bahamas.


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CATHERINE "CATY"7 WEATHERFORD (MARTIN6, CHARLES5, RICHARD4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 1778 in St. Paul Parish, Augusta Twp. Georgia. She married RICHARD CURRY 20 June 1796 in Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Bahamas, son of RICHARD CURRY and JEMIMA GIBBONS.

Children of CATHERINE WEATHERFORD and RICHARD CURRY are:

i. RICHARD8 CURRY.

ii. HENRIETTA CURRY, b. 27 December 1798, Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Bahamas.

iii. MARTHA CURRY (Source: Bev Allen.), b. 27 December 1798, Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Bahamas.

iv. MARTIN CURRY.

v. ALEXANDER CAMERON CURRY, b. 04 June 1806, Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Bahamas.

vi. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS CURRY.

vii. SARAH ANN CURRY.

viii. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH CURRY (Source: Bev Allen.), b. Abt. 1812, Nassau, Bahamas.


20.
  CHARLES C.7 WEATHERFORD (MARTIN6, CHARLES5, RICHARD4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 1779 in St. Paul Parish, Augusta Twp. Georgia. He married SARAH ROBERTS 31 August 1803 in St. John's Parish, Harbour Island, Abaco, Bahamas.

Children of CHARLES WEATHERFORD and SARAH ROBERTS are:

i. HENRY J.8 WEATHERFORD.

ii. JEREMIAH WEATHERFORD.

iii. MARTIN CHARLES WEATHERFORD.

iv. JANE ELIZABETH MARY WEATHERFORD.

v. SARAH ANN AMELIA WEATHERFORD.

vi. ISABELLA ANN WEATHERFORD, b. 25 November 1818, Nassau, Bahamas.

vii. CHARLES WILLIAM WEATHERFORD.

viii. JAMES JOHN WEATHERFORD.


21.
  JOHN7 WEATHERFORD (JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 05 May 1747 in Amelia Co., Virginia, and died Aft. 12 August 1846 in Bartholomew Co. , Indiana. He married (1) HANNAH Abt. 1772 in Virginia. She was born Abt. 1752 in Virginia, and died in Missouri. He married (2) JOANNA OVERSTREET Bef. 1850 in Indiana.

Children of JOHN WEATHERFORD and HANNAH are:

i. GEORGE DRYE8 WEATHERFORD, SR., b. Abt. 1773, Pittsylvania Co. VA; d. 26 November 1869, Casey Co. KY.

ii. ABEL WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1782, Pittsylvania Co. VA; d. Aft. 1840, KY.

iii. ANN WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1786, Pittsylvania Co. VA; d. Indiana.

iv. JOEL WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1787, Pittsylvania Co. VA; d. 18 October 1834, Pike Co. Missouri.

v. HARDIN M. WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1790, Pittsylvania Co. VA; d. Aft. 1850, Jefferson Co. KY.

vi. BURRALL WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1792, Pittsylvania Co. VA; d. Abt. 1830, Casey Co. KY.

vii. ARCHIBALD BURTON WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1794, Pittsylvania Co. VA; d. 21 October 1858, Parke Co., Indiana.

viii. LEMUEL WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1800, Casey Co. KY; d. 1853.


22.
DAVID7 W. WEATHERFORD (JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born Jan 6, 1750 in Amelia Co., Virginia, and died 1 Nov 1799 in Henry Co. VA. He married MARY HARRISON 1774 in Virginia. She was born Jan 17, 1754-56, Goochland, VA.; d. abt 1798. 

Children of DAVID WEATHERFORD and MARY HARRISON are:

i. MARY8 WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1778.

ii. BENJAMIN HARRISON WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1780.

iii. DAVID MITCHELL WEATHERFORD, b. 04 January 1782.

iv. JUDITH WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1785.


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  ARCHIBALD7 WEATHERFORD (JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1758 in Virginia, and died Aft. 1820 in Casey County, KY. He married AGNES JACKSON in 1790 (U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900). She was b. 1773 in Goochland Co, VA to John Jackson & Elizabeth Hodges. She d. 1801 in Mercer Co., KY, perhaps in childbirth as Burnell was born in 1801.

Children of ARCHIBALD WEATHERFORD and AGNES JACKSON are:


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25. i. DAVID8 WEATHERFORD, b. 06 September 1792, Roanoke, Virginia; d. 09 April 1874, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.

ii. ELIJAH WEATHERFORD.

iii. MARTIN WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1790, Lincoln Co., KY.

iv. CHARLES WEATHERFORD.b 1796;m. Margaret Kennedy 20 Sept. 1842 in Mercer Co. KY

v. SUSANNA WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1798, Lincoln Co., KY; m. GADDIS FLURRY, 10 January 1812, Lincoln Co., KY.

vi. MARTHA PATSY WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1798, Lincoln Co., KY; m. GEORGE LYON, 21 October 1813, Lincoln Co., KY.

vii. BURNELL WEATHERFORD, b. 1801; d. ?;  Married Sarah P. Ward, 22 Dec 1829, Lunenberg Co., VA (Early American Marriages: Virginia to 1850) [Marriage Bonds for Lunenburg County, Virginia 1763-1821; Name: Burnal Weatherford, Spouse: Susan P. Ward, Marriage Date: 21 Dec 1829, Surety, Richard Brown]

24. MONEY7 WEATHERFORD (JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1760 in Pittsylvania Co. VA, and died Abt. 1816 in Tennessee. He married FRANCES SPRAGENS 30 March 1790 in Pittsylvania Co. VA. She was born in Campbell Co, VA.

Children of MONEY WEATHERFORD and FRANCES SPRAGENS are:

i. WILLIAM JAMES8 WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1796.

ii. HARDEN WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1800.

iii. HARBARD WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1806.

iv. JEFFERSON WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1811.

v. MONEY WEATHERFORD, JR., b. 1813.


Generation No. 8

* *25. DAVID8 WEATHERFORD (ARCHIBALD7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 06 September 1792 in Halifax, Roanoke, Virginia, and died 10 April 1874 in Hardinsburg, Breckinridge Co, KY, due to strangulation. He married RHODA LYONS 08 September 1814 in Mercer Co, Kentucky, daughter of JAMES LYONS and MARGARET SPRINGATE. She was born 20 Feb 1798 in Probably Mercer Co. Kentucy, and died 03 April 1877 in Breckinridge Co, Kentucky. (see headstones)

Children of DAVID WEATHERFORD and RHODA LYONS are:

i. MARGARET9 WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1815 Mercer Co., KY m: John Kennedy Nov 14, 1836 Mercer Co., KY

ii. NANCY WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1816. Mercer Co., KY m: James Kennedy May 18, 1840 Mercer Co. KY 

iii. SUSAN WEATHERFORD, b. Abt. 1819 Mercer Co., TX m: John Burks Feb 2, 1843
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26. iv. CATHERINE J. WEATHERFORD,
b. 10 September 1820, Mercer Co., Kentucky; d. 14 February 1854, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.

v. AGNES WEATHERFORD, b. 1823. m:  Garrat Jordan Feb 3, 1845 Mercer Co., KY

vi. CHARLES WEATHERFORD, b.Sept 1825. Mercer Co. KY d. abt 1910 Breckenridge Co, KY m: Martha Jane Franks 1851

vii. GEORGE W. WEATHERFORD, b. Sept. 1829 Mercer Co., KY  d: 1901 Marble Falls, TX  m: Emily F. Marshall Jan 16, 1851.
*
27. viii. SARAH WEATHERFORD,
b. 18 February 1831, Mercer Co., Kentucky; d. 01 July 1894, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.

ix. MARTIN WEATHERFORD, b. Feb. 11, 1834, Mercer Co., Kentucky; d. Apr 1, 1900, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky. m: Malinda Beard Nov 14, 1855

x. PHILIP WEATHERFORD, b. May 30,1837.d: Feb 28, 1861 m: Amanda Burbage Nov 17, 1856

28. xi. DICY A. WEATHERFORD, b. Nov 19, 1841 Mercer Co., KY  d: May 26, 1914, Breckinridge Co., KY. m: 1) James M. Rodgers Sept.11 1859, 2) Alburt Bunn  May 10, 1879

Generation No. 9

26. CATHERINE J.9 WEATHERFORD (DAVID8, ARCHIBALD7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 10 September 1820 in Mercer Co., Kentucky, and died 14 February 1854 in Breckinridge Co, Kentucky. She married ANDREW M. DRISKELL 07 February 1843 in Mercer Co, Kentucky, son of ELIJAH DRISKELL and ANN SPRINGATE. He was born 17 March 1820 in Kentucky, and died 09 May 1872 in Hardinsburg, Kentucky.

Children of CATHERINE WEATHERFORD and ANDREW DRISKELL are:

29. i. DAVID10 DRISKELL, b. 02 January 1844, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky; d. 06 August 1917, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.

30. ii. ELIJAH DRISKELL, b. 11 May 1848, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky; d. 10 January 1914, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.

iii. ANN S. DRISKELL, b. 20 June 1852, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky; d. 02 March 1854, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.

27. SARAH9 WEATHERFORD (DAVID8, ARCHIBALD7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 18 February 1831 in Mercer Co., Kentucky, and died 01 July 1894 in Breckinridge Co, Kentucky. She married WILLIAM H. BELL Abt. 1848. He was born 08 September 1826 in Mercer Co. KY, and died 13 June 1887 in Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.(see headstones)

Children of SARAH WEATHERFORD and WILLIAM BELL are:

i. MARK BELL.

ii. HENRY NEWTON BELL, b. 07 November 1849, Mercer Co. KY; d. 27 November 1885, Harned, Breckinridge Co. KY; m. MARY JANE MAYSEY; b. 05 June 1847; d. 25 September 1919, Allen, Collin Co. TX.

iii. DAVID F. BELL, b. 15 August 1851, Mercer Co. KY; d. 04 July 1853.

iv. GEORGE BELL, b. Abt. 1854, Mercer Co. KY; d. 1931, Allen, Collin Co. TX; m. LAURA WHITWORTH, 22 December 1874, Breckinridge Co. KY; b. 1858; d. 1926.

v. JAMES GARNETT BELL, b. 22 July 1856; d. 27 May 1915; m. KATE.

vi. MARTIN BELL, b. 02 September 1859; d. 06 August 1860.

vii. FRANK BELL,10 b. 1861, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky; d. 1927, Allen, Collin Co. TX; m. MINNIE JOHNSON; b. 1864; d. 1947.

31. viii. ROBERT LEE BELL, b. 05 August 1864, Garfield, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky; d. 23 June 1937, Wylie, TX.

ix. SUSAN "SUDA" M. BELL, b. Abt. 1866, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky; d. 1946; m. JOE HOWLETT.

x. RHODA BELL, b. 05 June 1872, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky; d. 09 January 1889, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.

xi. EMILY F. BELL, b. 28 February 1876, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky; d. 11 January 1892, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.


28.
  DICY A.9 WEATHERFORD (DAVID8, ARCHIBALD7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1842 in Breckinridge Co., KY. She married JAMES ROGERS.

Children of DICY WEATHERFORD and JAMES ROGERS are:

i. CHARLES10 ROGERS.

ii. JACKSON ROGERS.

iii. PHILLIP ROGERS.

iv. JAMES ROGERS.

32. v. THOMAS WEATHERFORD ROGERS, b. 1868, Breckinridge Co., KY.

vi. MATTIE ROGERS.

vii. GEORGE DAVID ROGERS.

viii. ALFRED ROGERS.

ix. MARTIN ROGERS.

x. WILLIAM ROGERS.

xi. FANNIE ROGERS.

Generation No. 10

29. DAVID10 DRISKELL (CATHERINE J.9 WEATHERFORD, DAVID8, ARCHIBALD7, JOHN6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3 WHITHEFORD, JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 02 January 1844 in Breckinridge Co, Kentucky, and died 06 August 1917 in Breckinridge Co, Kentucky. He married MISSOURI "SUE" MEADOR, daughter of ELIHU MEADOR and ANNA LAMB. She was born 16 September 1844 in Breckinridge Co, Kentucky, and died 29 October 1910 in Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.

Children of DAVID DRISKELL and MISSOURI MEADOR are:

i. WILLIAM11 DRISKELL, b. 17 November 1862, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky; d. 08 February 1948; m. ROXIE ANN; b. 13 April 1866; d. 01 November 1945, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.

33. ii. ANDREW DRISKELL, b. 12 June 1865, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky; d. 28 January 1940, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.

iii. ELIHU DRISKELL, b. 08 December 1866, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky; d. 21 May 1867, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.

iv. D. GEORGE DRISKELL, b. Abt. 1868.

34. v. SILAS HESTON DRISKELL, b. 1870, Breckinridge, Kentucky; d. 15 May 1935, Cloverport, Breckinridge Co., Kentucky.

vi. ZOA DRISKELL, b. 1870.

35. vii. HARMON DRISKELL, b. 04 August 1875, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky; d. 22 April 1910, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.

36. viii. HENRY THOMAS DRISKELL, b. November 1879, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.

ix. ERNEST DRISKELL, b. December 1887, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky; m. VIOLA; b. 08 September 1879; d. 08 July 1911, Breckinridge Co, Kentucky.

d THE CREEK WAR OF 1813 AND 1814
By H. S. HALBERT and T. H. BALL
Chicago, Illinois:
Donohue & Henneberry
Montgomery, Alabama
White, Woodruff & Fowler
1895

....At Fort Toulouse on the Coosa river, established by the French in 1714, Captain Marchand as at one time commander. He was killed there in 1722. He had taken as a wife a Muscogee or Creek maiden of the Clan of the Wind, called the most powerful clan of the Creek nation. He had a beautiful daughter called Sehoy Marchand.

There came from a wealthy home in Scotland a youth of sixteen to see the wonders of this land. His name was Lachlan McGillivray. He landed in Carolina, joined the Indian traders about 1735, saw at length the young Sehoy Marchand, "cheerful in countenance, bewitching in looks, and graceful in form," then herself about sixteen years of age, married her, some say about 1745, when he had gained some property, spent nearly fifty years as Indian trader and Georgia royalist in the American wilds, left his Indian children and his plantations, when the British left Savannah, about 1782, and returned to his native land, taking with him "a vast amount of money and movable effects." But of his Indian children, part Indian, part Scotch, part French, one, Alexander McGillivray, became noted, wealthy, and powerful. He was well educated at Charleston. He returned to the Indian country, took control of the Creek nation, received from the British the rank and pay of a British colonel in the War of the Revolution, in 1884 went to Pensacola and made a treaty with Spain as being "Emperor" of the Creeks and Seminoles, in 1790 at New York made a treaty with the American government receiving the rank of brigadier general with a salary of twelve hundred dollars a year, and afterwards was appointed by Spain Superintendent -General of the Creek nation with a salary of two thousand dollars a year which was increased in July, 1792, to thirty-five hundred. He was at the same time a member of a wealthy commercial house. He died in Pensacola February 17, 1793. One of his sisters, the beautiful and talented Sophia McGillivray, married Benjamin Durant, who was of Huguenot descent, who came from South Carolina and as early as 1786 was settled on the Alabama River. Another Indian trader, Charles Weatherford, some say from Scotland, some say from England, married a half sister of Alexander McGillivray, the daughter of a chief of pure Indian blood, who had been formerly married to Colonel Tate, at one time a British officer at Fort Toulouse. We find here therefore the names of Tate, Durant, Weatherford, and McGillivray, as members of connected families of mixed blood, talented, wealthy, influential, with whom, as individuals, in the Creek-War history we shall become further acquainted. A number of other noted border men there were who need not here be named. But one more name should not be omitted.

General Le Clerc Milfort, a well educated Frenchman, was among the Muscogees from 1776 to 1796, and he also married a sister of Alexander McGillivray, who was sometimes called Colonel and in later life General McGillivray. Milfort was for some time a noted war chief among these Indians. He returned to France and published at Paris in 1802 a work known as "Gen. Milfort's Creek Indians." It does not appear that he left among the Indians any descendants. ...

http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cmamcrk4/hb18to20.html#anchor2353139

Eggleston
, who wrote an interesting work called The Red Eagle, a name applied to Weatherford. whose Indian name was Hoponika Futsahia, in English, according to Woodward, Truth Maker, represents Weatherford as having been the great leader in the whole Creek war, a kind of general or commander-in-chief of all the Indian forces. But no evidence for anything of this kind has been found. There is no evidence of his presence in any conflict, only for a short time at Fort Mims and in defending the Holy Ground.*


*
See Woodward's Reminiscences.


It is sure that Weatherford made a voluntary surrender of himself to General Jackson; not as Waldo says, after exhausting his vocabulary in describing his terrible ferocity, then at last "flung himself into the hands of General Jackson and demanded his protection:" but coming with no demands, he placed his life at the disposal of the conquering general. He requested relief for starving women and children and for the deluded Indians who had followed their chiefs and their prophets. In reply to the charges of General Jackson, Weatherford claimed to be innocent of much that had been charged to him; "that he regretted the unfortunate destruction of Fort Mims as much" as did Jackson himself. "He said it was true he was at Fort Mims when the attack was made, and it was but a little while after the attack was made before the hostile Indians seemed inclined to abandon the undertaking; that those in the fort, and particularly the half-breeds under Dixon Bailey, poured such a destructive fire into their ranks as caused them to back out for a short time. At this stage of the fight he advised them to draw off entirely. He then left to go some miles" away, to look after the negroes of his half brother, David Tate. He also said to General Jackson that he joined the war party, for one thing, to save bloodshed, and that "but for the mismanagement of those that had charge of the fort he would have succeeded" there. These statements Woodward says were given to him by General Jackson himself. The speech attributed to Weatherford lacks sufficient evidence of genuineness to insure its credibility. It is out of harmony with the well attested facts of his actual part in the war. It seems evident, and such is Woodward's statement, that Jackson formed the opinion that he was a brave, fair-minded, truthful man, whom circumstances had forced into the war party. Jackson spared his life, gave him such protection as was needful, and his plantation life afterward on Little River as a good citizen is abundantly attsted.

n  The Creek War ... By H. S. HALBERT and T. H. BALL

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A 1908 letter and application to Hon. Guion Miller from Sarah E. Weathers about her parents and grandparents having Cherokee blood.
 
This family has no connection to me but I found these papers while searching for the Weatherford Application. 

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Notes on William "Red Eagle" Weatherford.
Some years back, while living in OK, I was informed that this Weatherford line is of the "Eastern Band" and did not travel to Okla. .

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