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(Mary) Ann CLARK
|Husband: Francis WHITESIDE
Birth: 1758, Mechum's Creek, Goochland [now Albemarle] Co., VA
Death: 8 Jul 1830, Montgomery Co., MO
Father: William WHITESIDE, Sr.
Mother: Elizabeth STOCKTON
(Some sources give Francis's birthdate as 1755 or 1767; some give his deathdate as 1835.)
|Wife: (Mary) Ann CLARK
Birth: 28 Jan 1764, Tryon Co., NC [now Cherokee Co., SC]
Death: 3 Jul 1843, Montogomery Co., MO
Father: Col. Henry CLARK, Sr.
Mother: Sarah "Sally" JONES
|The first six children listed may not
be theirs (see Source 3e, below).
1. (Son A) WHITESIDE. b. 1774-1790
2. (Son B) WHITESIDE, b. 1774-1790
3. (Son C) WHITESIDE, b. 1774-1790
4. (Daughter A) WHITESIDE, b. bef. 1790
5. (Daughter B) WHITESIDE, b. bef. 1790
6. (Daughter C) WHITESIDE, b. bef. 1790
7. Susannah "Susan" WHITESIDE, b. 1791, SC
8. Lucinda WHITESIDE, b. ca. 1793, SC
9. James WHITESIDE, b. 1794, Warren Co., KY
10. Sarah Webster WHITESIDE, b. 1796, Warren Co., KY; m. David CRAIG
11. Anne WHITESIDE, b. 1798, Warren Co., KY
12. Mary French "Polly" WHITESIDE, b. 1800, Warren Co., KY
13. (Maj.) Holland WHITESIDE, b. 25 Dec 1801, Warren Co., KY; d. 26 Feb, 1854, Montgomery Co., MO; m. 26 Sep 1832, Montgomery Co., MO, Sarah Davis "Sally" SNETHEN, d/o John SNETHEN & Susan BOX
14. Narcissa "Nancy" WHITESIDE, b. ca. 1803/4, Warren Co., KY; d. MO; said to have married William M. WILLIAMS
15. John Clark WHITESIDE, b. 1807, Warren Co., KY; d. 1860, Montgomery Co., MO; m1. Caroline STEWARD; m2. Mary Stone "Polly" WADE, d/o Henry WADE & Mary "Polly" WALLER
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1. Family Group Sheet compiled by Georgie Tolleson and Betty Ann (Matthiesen) Cogliati.
2. Brent Holcomb. 1977. Deed Abstracts of Tryon, Lincoln & Rutherford Counties, North Carolina, 1769-1786, Tryon County Wills & Estates. Southern Historical Press, Greenville, SC. See abstract of will, dated 24 Oct 1777, in which William Whiteside names his children, including Francis, whom he singles out as the only male not yet come of age.
3. As if we needed another lesson in not trusting secondary sources, Francis in the 1790 Census is a good example. Based on Sarrett's transcription (see Source 3c, below), Pendleton Co. is covered entirely on pages 81-85 of the census, so there is no way the "p. 13" record (see Source 3a, below) could exist. Again based on Sarrett's transcription, p. 13 of the census covers only Chester Co. The two Whitesides records in Chester Co. and the Pendleton Co. record for Francis are the only Whitesides in the five South Carolina counties Sarrett has so far transcribed (viz., Chester, Pendleton, York, Orange, Spartanburg, and Greenville). No wonder they tell us to get the record ourselves.
3a. 1790-1870 Census Index (online at Ancestry.com):
3b. 1790 Census: Chester Co., SC. Transcribed by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (USGenWeb Archives):
3c. 1790 Census: Pendleton Co., SC. Transcribed by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. (USGenWeb Archives):
3d. 1790 Federal Census of South Carolina (online at Ancestry.com):
3e. Census Index: U.S. Selected Counties, 1790 (Broderbund CD-311):
4. 1800 Census. The 1800 KY Federal Census was lost/destroyed. (See tax rolls below.)
5. 1790-1870 Census Index (online at Ancestry.com):
6. 1820 Census. Francis Whiteside not found and is presumed to be in Missouri, which had not yet achieved statehood, so there was no 1820 Federal Census in Missouri.
7. 1830 Census. Francis Whiteside not found, which supports the 1830 death date over the 1835 one.
8. 1790-1870 Census Index (online at Ancestry.com):
9a. A.B. Willhite. [n.d.] Christian Co., Kentucky, Tax List, 1804-1809. (self-published; available from author at 4396 Coopertown Rd., Russellville, KY 42276, or from the Christian County Genealogical Society, Hopkinsville, KY): Francis Whiteside not found.
9b. A.B. Willhite. [n.d.] Christian Co., Kentucky, Tax List, 1810-1813. (Self-published; available from author at 4396 Coopertown Rd., Russellville, KY 42276, or from the Christian County Genealogical Society, Hopkinsville, KY).
9c. A.B. Willhite. [n.d.] Christian Co., Kentucky, Tax List, 1814-1818. (Self-published. This book is out of print. I do not have a copy. If you have one to sell, please contact me.)
9d. A.B. Willhite. [n.d.] Christian Co., Kentucky, Tax List, 1819-1823. (Self-published; available from author at 4396 Coopertown Rd., Russellville, KY 42276, or from the Christian County Genealogical Society, Hopkinsville, KY). As expected, Francis Whiteside not found.
10. James Taylor Killebrew. 1987. County Court Order Book "B" Part 2 for Christian County, Kentucky, for the years Nov. 1809 - 6 June 1814 for a County Court held at Town of Hopkinsville. Christian County Family and History Research Society (4465 Cadiz Rd., Hopkinsville, KY 42240). Number in first column is the page number in Killebrew; number in the second column is the page number in Court Order Book B.
11. William S. Bryan & Robert Rose. 1876. Pioneer Families of Missouri. Bryan, Brand, & Co., St. Louis, MO. On p. 298:
12. Christian County Genealogical Society. 1986. Family Histories, 1797-1986. Christian Co. Gen. Soc., Hopkinsville, KY. On p. 128, in a biographical sketch of Ann's brother, John Clark, the author, citing Bryan & Rose (previous source), mistakenly asserts that:
13. Descendants of DAVIS STOCKTON by Bill Navey [link died].
14. Descendants of David Stockton by Ken Parker [link died].
15. Descendants of William Whiteside by Kathleen H. Dorigan [link died].
16. Broderbund. World Family Trees. Vol. 31, Pedigree #836.
17. Public Member Trees (online at Ancestry.com).
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