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Family of Bryant F. DOUGLAS (5) & Rhoda JOHNSON

12. Patrick Henry DOUGLAS. Born on 30 Jun 1822 in Virginia. At the age of 77, Patrick Henry died on 22 Apr 1900. Buried in Apr 1900 in Douglas Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee. Resided in House 144, 10th District, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1860. Resided in 8th District, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1800.

The 1860 8th District, Henderson County, Tennessee, slave schedule reported that Patrick Henry Douglas owned one slave.

Patrick Henry married Emily C. GOOCH. Born on 22 Mar 1822 in North Carolina. At the age of 79, Emily C. died on 8 Apr 1901. Buried in 1901 in Douglas Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee. Resided in House 144, 10th District, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1860.

They had the following children:
37 i. James Alexander (1845-1926)
38 ii. William H. (1847-1932)
iii. John B.. Born in Jun 1849 in Tennessee. At the age of 1, John B. died in Tennessee on 8 Jul 1850. Buried in Jul 1850 in Douglas Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee.

iv. Tennessee. Born in 1850. Resided in House 144, 10th District, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1860.

v. Charles H.. Born in 1852. Resided in House 144, 10th District, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1860. Alias/AKA: "W.H.".

39 vi. Mary Francis (1852-1938)
40 vii. Sarah Ann (1853-)
41 viii. Silas C. (1856-1901)
ix. Gerome. Born in 1866 in Tennessee. Resided in House 152, 8th District, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1880.

Gerome married J. M. REPLOGLE.


13. John Terry DOUGLAS. Born in 1825 in North Carolina. At the age of 39, John Terry died in Southern Prison Camp, Danville, Virginia on 26 Feb 1864. Buried in 1864 in National Cemetery, Danville, Virginia.

Military: John Terry Douglas was a Union Volunteer; served in Company B, Third Tennessee Cavalry. He enlisted July 6, 1863 and was captured on October 7, 1863 at Como in Henry County, Tennessee. This company was moved to a Confederate Prison in Danville, Virginia. John became gravely ill and from his death bed, he sent his last message to his family along with his ring. It was carried to his wife by William H. Caveness from Henderson County who was captured along with John. John was moved to the Rebel hospital and died on February 26, 1864. He is buried in the National Cemetery in Danville, Virginia.

John Terry married Martha Jane MEALS, daughter of Lewis William MEALS (1788-1856) & Mary Ann WEAVER (1793-1839). Born on 29 Jan 1829 in Alabama. At the age of 55, Martha Jane died on 7 Aug 1884. Buried in 1884 in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee.

LOUIS MEALS for love and affection for his daughter, MARTHA JANE DOUGLAS, gave her the slave, Margaret. February 5, 1855. Recorded May 13, 1856. A GENEALOGICAL MISCELLANY HENDERSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE By Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith



They had the following children:
i. Maryan Rodie. Born on 6 Oct 1849 in Tennessee. At the age of 6, Maryan Rodie died in Henderson County, Tennessee on 20 May 1856. Buried in May 1856 in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee.

42 ii. James Gray (1852-1898)
43 iii. Louis Bryant (1855-1935)
iv. William J.. Born in 1858 in Tennessee. At the age of 4, William J. died in Henderson County, Tennessee on 24 Apr 1862. Buried in Apr 1862 in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee.

44 v. John Newton (1861-1932)
45 vi. Tennessee Grant Terry (1863-1946)

14. Sarah Ann DOUGLAS. Born in 1830 in Tennessee. Resided in District 17, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1850.

Sarah Ann married Benjamin Labon FLAKE, son of Elijah FLAKE (1777-1836) & Elizabeth WILLIAMS (1788-1861). Born in 1830 in North Carolina. At the age of 31, Benjamin Labon died in Henderson County, Tennessee in 1861. Resided in District 17, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1850. Resided in District 17, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1860.

They had the following children:
46 i. Rhoda E. (1850-1937)
47 ii. Savannah

15. Archibald Gray DOUGLAS Senior. Born in 1834. At the age of 54, Archibald Gray died in Henderson County, Tennessee in 1888. Buried in 1888 in George Anderson Graveyard, Poplar Springs Community, Henderson County, Tennessee. Resided in District 10, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1860. Occupation: School Teacher.

A. Grey Douglas was a school teacher in 1860. In Anderson Cemetery, located in the Poplar Springs Community, there is a Grey Douglas and Mrs. Grey Douglas buried in unmarked graves. Also a son of Grey, named Joe, who died in 1899, aged 22 years old in an unmarked grave. Poplar Springs is 8 miles west of Lexington and about 8 miles from the Carroll and Madison County borders.

Archibald Gray first married Gabriella ANDERSON, daughter of George ANDERSON Junior (1798-1864) & Mary ? (1801-1875).

They had one child:
i. Nancy B.. Alias/AKA: "Nannie".


Archibald Gray second married Mary AUTREY.

They had the following children:
48 i. Joseph A. (1875-1899)
ii. Talmadge. Born in 1884. At the age of 20, Talmadge died in 1904. Buried in 1904 in George Anderson Graveyard, Poplar Springs Community, Henderson County, Tennessee.

iii. Mary.

iv. Sarah.


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