Name State County Location Page Year Age Sex Age Ranges Census Type
Ussery, Samuel TN ANDERSON CO. 1805 TAX LIST Ussery, William TN ANDERSON CO. 1805 TAX LIST
Bedford Co., TN
Cemetery Russell Cemetery Ursey, Rebecca S. 19 Aug 1853-26 May 1873 Ursey, Wiley J. 1 May 1826-15 Apr 1900 Ursey, Adaline 30 Nov 1825 - 22 Feb 1880
Marriage Records, Bedford Co
W.J. Ursey to Marsha E. Staples mar. 15 July 1886 H.A. Powell to Oma Usrey mar 9 Jan 1898 Gerooma Usrey to Avil B. Garrett mar 4 July 1915 Usry Bul No. 16 pg 3
William Usery, Blacksmith and Farmer
Tennessee has furnished to this county a number of representative men and among them might be mentioned William Usery, who was born in Bedford County, TN in 1832. He is the son of Allen and F. Elizabeth Johnson Ussery, both natives of North Carolina, and early settlers of Tennessee, to which state they migrated in pioneer times. They were members of the M.E. Church, William Usery was brought up as an agriculturist, and it was but natural that he should permanently adopt that calling as his life occupation; this he has always followed. He used his education in the common schools of Tennessee, and at the age of 18 learned the blacksmith trade, which he followed in connection with farming. In 1849 he came to St. Francis County, AR and worked at his trade for two years. He was first married in 1851 to Mrs. G. (Stephens) Fisher and one child was born to this union, Frances, who is now the wife of William A. Garvy and resides in Poinsett Co., AR. Mrs. Usery died in 1856 and in 1859 Mr. Usery selected his second wife in the person of Mrs. Roxy (Franks) Casbeer, widow of Joseph Casbeer, who was a native of Tennessee and a farmer by occupation. By her second marriage, Mrs. Usery became the mother of three children: Jerusha, widow of Frank Thiville, a farmer of St. Francis county, who died in 1886, leaving his widow and two children, Thomas and Chessley . Mrs.Usery is the daughter of Chessley and Jerusha May Franks, the former a local M.E. preacher of Tennessee. Elder Franks came to Arkansas at a very early day, and he married Miss May, a member of one of the oldest families of Northeastern Arkansas. Mrs. Usery is the 4th of eight children born to her parents, her birth occurring in St. Francis county, Ark in 1829. She spent her school days in that county, and after her marriage to Mr. Usery in 1859, they resided in St. Francis county for 13 years. Mr. Usery engaged in blacksmithing and farming. In 1872 he moved to Harrisburg and bought 460 acres of land, but has since sold some of this, and is now the owner of 300 acres adjoining the city, with about 50 acres under cultivation. He lives in the center of this, just across the corporation line. He has the best buildings, the largest orchard, bearing all kinds of fruit, and is considered one of the substantial men of the county. By his marriage were born two children: Florence, wife of a minister of the M.E. Church, and residing in Texas, and Annis, wife of George Garvey, a merchant of Harrisburg. Mr. Usery and family are members of the M.E. Church and he is a Royal Arch Mason. He is also a member of the I.O.O.F. He and his excellent wife can relate some very interesting reminiscences of early times, how timber was made with a ship saw, how the clothing and boots and shoes were made by the old settlers, and how Believer was at one time the county seat.
Cannon Co., TN On 4 Dec. 1844 John Muncy entered #4890 250 acres on Barren Fork of Collins River adj. William KEEL [formerly Pleasant USSARY], BONNER, McAFEE & FINGER witnessed by ABRAHAM MUNCY. On 5 April 1842 he entered #4850 210 acres on Barren Fork of Collins River adj. B & F BROWN and USSARY'S line witnessed by Cyrus BROWN.On 13 Oct. 1851 [Bk. __ p-289/90] John Muncy purchased from ISIAH STARKEY 250 acres in Cannon County, TN for $420 located on Barren Fork Collins River adj. James USSARY WHEREON THE MILL STANDS, William TRAVIS, STARKEY'S line including a spring witnessed by William & Matilda SMOOT. On 13 October 1851 John Muncy sold to Isiah STARKEY 430 acres for $450 in Warren County, TN in Civil District 10 adjoining William KEEL [formerly Pleasant USSARY'S], BONNER, McAFEE & FINGER's line; also 250 acres BELONGING TO CALVIN NORTHCUTT being the South of D. H. BROWN. Cannon County, TN Deed Bk. K/340 on 5 Dec. 1855 he sold his son Eli Hamilton Muncy land on the Barren Fork for $225.
Carroll Co., TN George C. Essary. Born, circa 1833. Census: 1850, in Carroll Co., TN. Children:
ii. Nancy E. Essary. Born, circa 1835. Census: 1850, in Carroll Co., TN. iii. John Essary. Born, circa 1838. Census: 1850, in Carroll Co., TN. iv. James Essary. Born, circa 1840. Census: 1850, in Carroll Co., TN. v. Delia Essary. Born, circa 1842. Census: 1850, in Carroll Co., TN. vi. Zelda Essary. Born, circa 1845. Census: 1850, in Carroll Co., TN. vii. Andrew J. Essary. Born, circa 1847. Census: 1850, in Carroll Co., TN. viii. Betsy A. Essary. Born, circa 1850. Census: 1850, in Carroll Co., TN.
June 1, 1813, Thomas Ursery enlisted in Carter Co., TN with Capt. Britton and Wood N.C. Regulars.
1813-1814: Salisbury, NC, Washington, DC, Lower Canada, Plattsburgh, Burlington. Camp Cool Springs in Washington City, Elk P?, Alabama.
Sept 1817: Discharged from Army, 18th Infantry. (farmer, 19 years old, 6'1" tall, dark complected, hazel eyes, black hair) furnished substitute. served 4 years, 82 days, released in Alabama.
Thomas Usry, Jr. to Sarah (Saraphine) Walker mar. June 6, 1856 Annis Ussery mar. Will Campbell 20 July 1894 by D.W. Ellis, JP; WP Waters, Bondsman W.M. Dempsey to Mollie Ursery mar 5 Aug 1894 by E.A. Potter, JP; Y.L Blackwell, Bondsman Saml. Usary to Edy McInturff mar 14 Jan 1895 by N.G. Walters, M.G. David Usary to Sarah Holtsclaw mar 4 March 1906 by W.R. Gourley, JP Ernest Usary to Hattie Butler mar 24 Dec. 1915 by ZC Campbell, JP Sam Usary to Laura Pritchard mar 18 Aug 1922 by Frank A. Taylor, JP The Williams Cemetery Located at Milligan College
David A. Usaray b. 7 Nov 1872 ; d. 18 July 1942 Eddie Usary [Rachel Eddie Row McInturff] (wife of Sam Usary) b. 26 may 1860; d. 27 Nov 1915 J. E. Usary b. 1898; d. 9 July 1962 Mrs. J. E. Usary (wife of J. E. Usary) b. 1896; d. 15 Oct 1963 Sarah Usary (wife of Thomas Usary) b. 28 Aug 1837; d. 27 Nov 1915 Annice (Usary)Campbell b. 14 Feb 1874; d 29 May 1955 Sam Campbell b. 12 Mar 1874; d. 26 Apr 1926 Wills:
Book 4: [David A.] Deck Usary, Wife Sarah [ Holtsclaw]. Wit. N.L. Shepherd and L.E. Clayton. Probated 16 Oct 1942.
Book 5: J. Earnest Usary Sr., 7 Oct 1963. Wife. Mammie Campbell Usary. Sons: Welburn Usary, Kenneth Usary, Searle Usary, J. Earnest Usary, Jr., and Searle Usary, exec.
Family Bible of Samuel Usary: (Usry Bul 60)
Samuel Usary and Laura Pritchard married August 17, 1922 Samuel Usary and [Rachel Eddie Row McInturff] Eddie McInturff married Jan 14, 1895 Samuel Usary and Hester Brown married March 24, 1929 Earnest Usary and Hattie Butler married Dec. 24, 1915 Eddie Usary was born May 26, 1860 Taylor McInturff was born June 21, 1886 Joseph Earnest Usary was born Aug 3, 1896 Ollie Mae Usary was born May 17, 1900 Montie Usary was born August 12, 1904 Infant son born August 6, 1903 Wayne Usary was born November 23, 1916 (20?)
Charlie McInturff died July 4, 18?? Eddie Usary died Nov 27, 19?? Samuel Usary died May 15, 1937
pg. 53: M. Ussery appointed an election judge for 4 Nov 1856 pg. 63: Ordered that James J. Baker, Sam Thompson and William Ussery be appointed patrols, 11th civil district, for 12 months; December term 1856. pg 86: July term 1857, James J. Baker oversee Kingston Springs road gang to include William Ursery pg 103: October term 1857, Martin Ussery appointed to jury duty. pg 125: Jan. term 1858, Wm. Ussery allowed $30 for patrolling 30 mos at one dollar per month. Marriages
James H. Fulghrum to E.J. Ussery m. 4 Oct 1857 William Ussery to Nancy Dozier marriage license 23 May 1864 James H. Fulghrum to Mary A. Ussery marriage license 22 May 1865 W.G. Wyndham to Nancy F. Ussery m. 19 Dec 1866 J.M. Hooper to Mary E. Ussery m. 26 Dec. 1866 Thomas Mays to Susan Usrey m. 9 Jan 1873 Colman Ussery to Amanda Dorden m. 19 Mar 1873 Jarmin Ussery to Mary Hannah marriage lic. 23 Dec 1874; no return Isham Peck to Susan Ussery m. 6 Jan 1876 Thomas Woodward to Amanda Ussery m. 26 Sept. 1876 Green Greer to Bettie Ursery m. 30 Nov 1876 Henry Usery, col. to Eva Knight, col; marriage lic. 16 May 1899; no return Jarman Ussery, col to Harriett Goodrich, col. mar. about 1 April 1885 Robert Ussery, col. to Martha Edwards, col. m. 2 Aug 1886 Hubert Ushery to Ellis Das m 17 Feb 1927 1850 US Census, Cheatham Co., TN
page 134 586-586 William (F.) Usry 29 m farmer TN 350 Sarah (Osborne) Usry 26 f TN William T. Usry 6 m TN Mary E. Usry 1 f TN
1860 US Census, Cheatham Co., TN
10th Dist. 763-751 Martin (Mastin?) Ussery 59 m farming 7000/7000 NC E. Ussery 55 f TN S.T. Ussery 20 m 250 TN John J. Ussery 20 m TN M.A. Ussery 16 f TN
767-755 Wm. F Ussery 38 m farming 650 TN S.A. Ussery 37 f TN Wm. T Ussery 16 m TN M.E. Ussery 11 f TN E. H. Ussery 3 f TN
1870 US Census, Cheatham Co., TN
10th Dist. 80-80 Jerman? Ursery 29 m w farmer TN Margret Ursery 33 f w TN Susan Ursery 13 f w TN Sterlin Ursery 12 m w TN Robert Ursery 10 m w TN Alexander Ursery 9 m w TN Lee Ursery 7 m w TN William Ursery 5 m w TN James Ursery 3 m w TN Martha Ursery 5/12 f w TN
11th Dist. 36-36 Willis Ussery 43 m m farmer TN Catharine Ussery 18 f b TN Hester Ussery 9 f b TN Samuel Ussery 7 m b TN
1880 U.S. Census, Cheatham Co., TN
10th Dist 73-73 Fulghum James w m 58 husband; merchant TN NC VA Fulghum Mary Ann (Ussery) w f 36 wife TN NC TN Fulghum James T w m 14 son, school TN TN TN Fulghum Theopelus w m 12 son, school TN TN TN Fulghum Sallie w f 8 dau, TN TN TN Fulghum Nannie G w f 7 dau, TN TN TN Fulghum Willie P w f 4 dau, TN TN TN Fulghum John A. w m 1 son TN TN TN Ussery John w m 39 bro-in-law TN TN TN
11th Dist 7-7 Adkisson, Lucy b f 50 VA VA VA Osborn Nancy b f 19 servant TN TN TN Usury Henry b m grandson TN TN TN
11th Dist 67-67 Usury Riley b m 60 laborer TN TN TN Usury Patience b f 50 wife TN TN TN Usury Tisha b f 17 dau TN TN TN Usury George b m 9 son TN TN TN
Eldridge Fisher Usrey to Miss Annie Easley m. 14 July 1896 J.W. Usery to M.J. Moore m. 29 July 1900 Cleveland Ursery to Felice Blume m. 14 Sept 1902 Elisha Usery to Fronia Dillon mar 1 Nov 1903 Confederate Pension Application
Alexander Usery to Musadora Nugent (See Franklin County) m. 6 July 1864 Joseph Hyer to Margarett Usrey m. 7 Nov 1864 Elgan Howard Usrey w, 21, born KY; res. Cookeville to Edwin Ann Hayer, w., 19, born Davidson Co., TN mar. 31 May 1962
Davidson Co., TN City Directory, Nashville, Davidson Co., TN
1884 Ussery, James, works TN Mfg. Co. Ussery, Katie Ussery, N.
1885 Ussery, James Ussery, Katie Miss
1888 Ursery, G.G.
1890 Ursury, Gilbert G. Ursury, Wane
Marriage Records Mastin Usery to Elizabeth Fowler m. 1 Oct. 1818 John P. Pegram to Nina Ussery (Pernina Emily) m 22 Aug 1841 William H. Usery to Sarah Ann Osborn m. 14 Sept. 1841 B.L. Pack to Frances G. Swinny m 8 Dec 1841 by Mastin Ussery, JP John C. Poarch to Martha M. Ussery m. Apr 10, 1847 John C. Poarch to Louise Cardy Samuel F. Ursery to Nancy E. Prichard mar. Lic. 20 June 1861 Jarman Ussery to Mary Greer m. May 15, 1882 Fred P. Gelbert to Virginia Usrey m. 16 July 1917 Milley USSERY (also misread as UFSNEY on license) born 1813 (1850 Census) married Sep 18, 1832 Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee Samuel H. GILL of Tennessee. All the children were born in Tennessee:
1. William Gill born 28 feb 1835 2. Henry Gill born 13 oct 1836 3. Emily Jane Gill born 10 Aug 1838 4. Elizabeth GILL born 26 jul 1840 5. Mathew Cooper Gill Born 23 Jan 1842 died in Oregan married Nancy E. Howell 6. Sarah Ann Gill born 9 Aug 1843 7. Milly Cornelia Gill born 21 Sep 1845 8. John R. M. Gill born 1847 9. Samuel Gill born 22 May 1849 10. Mary Gill born 25 Jun 1852 11. Franklin Gill born 31 Aug 1854 1841-1848-Mastin Ussery served as a Justice of the county.
1820 U.S. Census, Davidson Co.
Maston Usra , 1 male age 16-26 years; 1 females under 10; 1 females 16-26
1830 U.S. Census, Davidson Co.
Masterson Usry - 2 m 20-30; 1 m 30-40; 2 f under 5; 2 f 5-10 yrs; 1 f 20-30.
1850 U.S. Census, Davidson Co, TN
page 309- 1848 Nathan Ussery 21 m brickmason; murder
page 323 780-780 see family record
Mastin Ussery 50 m farmer 2500/1800 NC Elizabeth (Fowler) Ussery 47 f TN Sterling Ussery 25 m TN Elizabeth Ussery 20 f TN Minerva Ussery 18 f TN Samuel Ussery 16 m TN Nancy Ussery 14 f TN Eliza Ussery 11 f TN John Ussery 10 m TN Mary Ussery 8 f TN Thomas Ussery 4 m TN
1870 US Census, Davidson Co
14th Dis. 119-124 Usery Samuel 35 m w farmer TN Usery Nannie 26 f w TN Usery Ida 7 f w TN Usery Lela 3 f w TN Usery Maggie 2/12 f w TN (see 1880)
1880 US Census, Davidson Co
14th Dist. 233-240 Ursery S.F. w m 43 farmer TN TN TN Ursery Nannie w 34 wife TN TN TN Ursery John w 14 son TN TN TN Ursery Maggie w 10 dau TN TN TN Ursery William w 8 son TN TN TN Ursery Enoch w 6 son TN TN TN Ursery Narcissa w 2 dau TN TN TN
Pritchard-Ussery Cemetery, Davidson Co
John Ursery Nov 19 1860
Mittie S. Ursery Nov 9 1863 --Feb. 25, 1942
John J. Stinson 1877-1948
Katie Ursery 1892-
Thomas P. Joslin July 26, 1832 Feb. 11 1901
Kinnie:Orrin Alexander 1870-1944 and Mary Pritchard 1872-1952
Vaughan: Arthur B. 1897-1945 and Susie U. 1899-19__
Enoch Ursery Jan. 25, 1894 Jan. 11, 1957 Tenn. Pvt Co. F 324 Inf. WWI Willye Lee Ursery 1927-1928 Tennie, dau. of E. & Tennie Ursery Dec. 3, 1924 March 5, 1925 Isaac Pritchard Dec 26, 1834--July 10, 1874 Emma Long Pritchard 1840-1927 John H. Pritchard Feb. 1, 1870--Nov 3, 1890 Elizabeth, mother of J.S. Pritchard May 1754--May 1862 Robert Pritchard March 20, 1794--Feb. 4, 1847 ICP Died Dec. 14, 1844 Benjamin, son of ____ 1827-1833 John Marlin Dec. 9, 1852--March 12,1855 John S. Pritchard Apr. 15, 1801--May 5, 1877 Nancy, wife of J.S. Pritchard Mar. 23, 1805--Apr. 1, 1877 Elizabeth V. Bery? Mar. 22, 1828-May 3, 1849
Jesse A. Brown to Bettie J. Essary m. Sept. 23, 1868 Belver Redding to Leda Usery m 6 Dec 1917
1870 US Census, Dyer Co, TN
9th Dist 41-41 Ussery William 24 m w farmer TN Ussery Fanny 24 f w TN Ussery Isic 1/12 m w TN Ussery Mark 18 m w TN
1880 US Census, Dyer Co., TN
Graves Noah w m 34 NC NC NC Ussery Elizabeth w f 64 mother NC NC NC Ussery Jackson w m 24 brother NC NC NC Ussery Rebecca J. w f 19 dau NC TN TN Ussery Henry w m 21 brother NC NC NC (names were not clear on the census!)
Calvin Ursery to Elizabeth Hutchinson m. 19 Dec 1844 Anderson Lloyd to Sarah Ursery, col., m. 10 Feb 1874 N.R. Ussery to Harriet Irwin m. 19 Nov. 1879 Bond N.R. Ussery and R.M. Causor Abe Brown and Matilda Ussery mar. lic. May 1885; no return Bond: Abe Brown and Lewis Lemon Land Deeds
L493-3Mar 1845: Calvin Usery to R.S. Tatum, Bill of Sale, $255 Negro girl slave Harriet N182-3 Feb 1847: Isaac C. Dodds, James R. Mathews and William Mallen of 1st part and Calvin Ussery , 2nd part; $600 deed to Ursery 117 acres in waters of Loose Hatchee, etc N-192-4Jan 1848: Calvin Ursery to Begga Gatling, both of Fayette Co., for $800; deeds to Gatling land on waters of Loose Hatchee, etc.
Thos. Usley to Nancy J. Miller m. 4 Jan 1858 Alexander Usrey to Susan Winton m. 23 Dec. 1907
Land Records, Franklin Co
2-211, 29 Oct 1867; to Alex Ursery from Arledge Clem, Clerk; Book C pg 372 3-384, 9 Jan 1869: to T.J. Usry from Margaret Widener... 4-173, 7 Feb 1870; to Alex Ursery from John Ursery, 80 acres: No. 17259 8-11, 25 June 1879: to Alex Ursery from T.J. Ursery, 80 acres:No 17257 1860 US Census, Franklin Co
7th Dist, page 135; 1153-1153 Thomas Ursy 25 m road hand TN Nancy Ursy 29 f AL Martha I Ursy 5 f AL Eliza Ursy 3 f TN Margaret C. Ursy 3/12 TN Mary A. Suggs 10 f AL
1880 US Census, Franklin Co
18th Dis. page 184: 87 Ersery Mary w f 33 cook AL NC NC Ersery Nancy w 16 dau; nurse TN TN ? Ersery Henry w m 5 son TN TN AL
Confederate Pension Applications
T.J. Usrey, soldier, 10762,Franklin Co., 17th Inf. *A. Ussery, soldier, 4850, Franklin Co, 17th Inf
Contributed by Derrel Nugent
*NUGENT, MUSADORA (Dora), Born: Tn. Date: 1839 Died: Date: ???? After 1880 census. Father: John Nugent and mother Elizabeth Neighbors. Married: Alexander Usery in Coffee Co., Tn. on Jul 6, 1864. Born: Tn. Year: 1835 Note: Records show Alexander Usery was in the civil war in Company D, Unit 17 Tennessee Infantry as a Private. Confederate Pension Applications . A. Ussery, soldier, 4850, Franklin Co, 17th Inf
Land Records, Franklin Co
Alexander Usery bought the 40 acres of land from the John Nugent estate for 50 dollars in the May 10, 1876 law action.
29 Oct 1867; to Alex Ursery from Arledge Clem, Clerk; Book C pg 372 7 Feb 1870; to Alex Ursery from John Ursery, 80 acres: 25 June 1879: to Alex Ursery from T.J. Ursery, 80 acres: 1880 Census of the Ninth Civil District (Alto) Franklin County, Tennessee
Usrey, Alexander w m 45 TN TN TN Dora w f 37 wife TN SC SC Nugent, Jane w f 44 sis-in-law single TN SC SC Manervia w f 37 sis-in-law single TN SC SC George W. w m 16 nephew singleTN TN TN 1876 May 10, FCT Court Loose Records, Martha DOSSETT vs Milton NUGENT, J. J. ARLEDGE DC. To the Hon. Jno. W. Williams Judge of the County Court of FCT.
Martha DOSSETT, formerly Martha NUGENT, Jane NUGENT, Minerva NUGENT, Alexander USERY and wife formerly Dora NUGENT, Benjamin CHERRY and wife Elizabeth formerly Elizabeth NUGENT, citizens of FCT. Petitioners vs Milton NUGENT and Miles TAYLOR and wife Margaret NUGENT non- residents of the state of Tenn. Defendants.
Petitioners respectfully represent to the Court that they and the defendants are the children and heirs at law of John NUGENT, dec'd, except Alexander USERY, Benjamin CHERRY, and Miles TAYLOR who intermarried with children and heirs at law of said NUGENT, who died several years ago in FC, in testate, and seized and possessed of about 40a of land in the 9th CD of said county, and adjoining the lands of REYNOLDS, LENEHAN, POWERS and COLSTON and being the same upon which said John NUGENT resided at the time of his death. Petitioners charge that they are the owners and tenants in common of said land as the hers of John NUGENT as aforesaid. Petitioners further charge that owing to the situation of the land, the timber, water and improvements generally it would be impossible to partition the same equally between the owners thereof.
They therefore charge that the premises are so situated that partition thereof cannot be made and that it would be manifestly for the advantage of all the parties in interest et al the same should be sold for division, instead of partitioned.... Sols.: FITZPATRICK, GREGORY & DAVIS /s/ D.S. LONG
Receipt from Clem ARLEDGE Clk of Alx USREY the sum of $50 the full amount of his purchase for the land in the above cause.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the court from its proof of Mrs. Elizabeth CHERRY and of the heirs, that Milton NUGENT has not been heard from for more than 7 years, it is therefore ordered by the court, that the clerk of this court pay his interest in the above cause to the other heirs in equal proportion. Deposition of D.S. LONG says that there is but 4 or 5 acres of land... thinks it should be sold...
John Ursery to Susan Tedrington m. 24 Sept. 1870 Marcus Ursery to Emeline Gooch m 15 July 1872 David Ursery to Mollie Williams m. 27 Feb 1888 Walter Usery to Nannie Florence Staton m. 10 July 1922 [They moved to Illinois and had four children. Three born in Tennessee and one born in Chicago. For more info contact: Nancy Zimmer (Usery) email@example.com
1870 US Census, Gibson Co
3rd Dist; 30-30 *Ussery George 64 m w farmer TN Ussery Eliza 22 f w keep house TN Ussery Mary 15 f w farm labor TN
*This George Ussery is the same man listed in the 1850-1860 Madison Co., TN Census and 1880 Henderson Co., TN Census in the Tettleton Household.
6th Dist 117-117 Usery Jennie? 26 w farmer TN Usery Mary? 27 w TN Usery Lucy? 3 w TN Usery Tillman 1 m w TN
Lucy/Colvett/Roper Cemetery Location: Hwy 64W; right into Campbellsville Rd; left on Factory Creek Rd; right on Anderson Creek Rd.[Also listed in the Maury Co., TN page]
Evan "Ibbin" Ussery d. 10 Jul 1861 Eula Ussery 23 November 1889; 20 September 1895; dau. of I.M. & A.P. White Amanda White 1867-1937 [dau. of Joseph C. Ussery] Isaac Meadow White 1862-1900 William Ussery b. ca 1794 d. 16 August 1875 Lively D. Ussery 27 August 1828 August 1848 (uncertain which dates are correct- other info states b & d August 1848) Joseph C. Ussery 5 February 1826 20 August 1887 Samantha (Counce) Ussery 20 August 1843 14 March 1921 Mastin Ussery, son of W. & R. 20 January 1821 -- August 1883 A.J. Ussery 22 November -- 20 August 188- Rebecca Ussery, wife of William 4 April 1802 13 May 1865
Sept 20 1812-Giles Co. TN Deed Book N pg 255 From John Haywood of Davidson Co, TN and Richard Hightower of Williamson Co TN to Peter Ussery and Jacob Bogard, 5000 acres on Robersons fork of Richland Crk, of Elk River. Peter sold part of this land in 1815 to William Jones, Joseph Perkins and Samuel Perkins. Book P pag 17 Nov 14 1825- William Ussery to my son Eli Ussery- love and affection. 150 acres on Robertson Fork. Book L 455- James Massey to my daughter Faithful Ussery- wife of Eli Ussery- one negro girl 12/23/1835 Marriages
Hiram Ingram to Sarah Ussery m. 26 Dec 1839 Joseph Usery m. Susan W. Gilbreath m 15 Dec 1851 Hester J. Ussery to John P. Brownlow 1 Dec 1859 W.B. Mullen to Mary Ann Ussery m. 27 July 1865 Daniel Ussery to Juba (Julia?) Walker m 14 May 1869 John Fox, 24 to Ellen Ussery, 23 born Giles Co, m. 11 April 1882 J.T. Petty to Mollie A.Ussery m. 21 Dec. 1882 Richard Ursery to Annie Dickerson m. 29 Mar 1890 Bradley Ussery to Rosa Caldwell m 13 Nov 1898 Richard Ussery to Hannah Pates m. 25 Dec 1895 Henry Lee Humphries to Rosa Ussery m. 13Aug 1899 James Buchanan Ussery to Annie Buchanan m. 30 Aug 1899? Doc Franklin Ussery to Maudie Owens m. 12 July 1902 Bradley Ussery to Mrs. Claytono Molton m 26 Jan 1903 Eddie Ussery to Edner Clem m. 27 July 1904 Clyde Shuler to Clevie Ussery m 19 July 1905 1830 US Census, Giles Co., TN
Peter Ussery - 1 male 15-20 yrs; 1 m 60-70 years; 1 f over 45; 1 f under 10; 2 f 16-26; 1 f 50-60
1850 US Census, Giles Co., TN
14th Dist. 41-41 William Usrey 54 m farmer 2000 NC Rebecca Usrey 48 f NC Joseph Usrey 24 m 600 TN Rebecca Usrey 20 f TN William Usrey 18 m TN Ibbin Usrey 16 m TN Anness Usrey 14 f TN Hester Usrey 11 f TN Sophronia Usrey 8 f TN Francis Usrey 6 f TN Sarah Usrey 5 f TN Eliza Usrey 2 f TN John Sutton 16 m TN
16th Dist 208-208 Frances Ursery 50 f NC Mary A. Ursery 13 f TN
See Hutchen Ussery
17th Dist Daniel G. Ursery 36 m farmer 2000 TN Mary (Doggett) Ursery 30 f TN Mary A. Ursery 17 f TN William T. Ursery 14 m TN Paralee Ursery 12 f TN Gilbert Ursery 9 m TN Celia V. Ursery 7 f TN Peter Ursery 5 m TN John Ursery 2/12 m TN
6th Dist. Mortality Schedule: Clarinda Ursery 2 f born TN died March
208-203 Mastin Usery 29 m TN Sarah Usery 21 f TN Frances A. Usery 4 f TN James W. Usery 2 m TN William L. Usery 3/12 TN Francis Usery 50 f mother NC Margaret Usery 13 f TN
In 1851 he moved to Texas
1860 U.S. Census, Giles Co.
99-50 Daniel G. Ursery 45 m farmer TN Mary (Doggett) Ursery 46 f TN Mary A. Ursery 27 f TN William T. Ursery 24 m TN Celia B. Ursery 17 m TN Paralee Ursery 22 f TN Gilbert Ursery 19 m TN Peter J Ursery 15 m TN John B. Ursery 9 TN Fredella Ursery 7 f TN Clarinda Ursery 5 f TN Puss Ursery 6/12 f TN J Flemming 22 m school teacher TN
Northern Sub-Div 186-186 Frances Usry 66 f farming 5000/2000 NC
618-618 William Usry 63 m farming 4500/1500 NC Rebecca Usry 58 f NC Frances Usry 16 f TN Sarah P Usry 14 f TN Eliza Usry 12 f TN E.R Usry 26 m TN
1870 US Census,Giles Co, TN
15th Dist. 161-161 Francis Ussery 80 f NC (died in June 1870)
241-241 Gilbert H. Ussery 29 m w farmer and sawyer TN Calpernia J. Ussery 28 f w TN Ardena Ussery 7/12 Oct w TN
242-242 Ussery Daniel 33 m w works on sawmill VA Ussery Julia 29 f w TN Ussery Caroline 9 f w TN Ussery Mary J. 15 f w TN Ussery William 13 m w TN Ussery Jerrie T. 11 m w TN Ussery Cornelia 7 f w TN Ussery Sophia A. 4 f w TN Ussery Tavia 3 f w TN Ussery Richmond G. 3/12 m Feb. w TN Ussery Joseph B 3/12 m Feb. w TN
240-240 Stokes Thomas J. 59 m w stonemason VA Stokes Nancy J 31 f w TN Stokes Mary F 14 f w TN Stokes Richard H. 12 m w TN Stokes Jeremiah C. 9 m w TN Stokes Martha A 7 f w TN Stokes Sarah E. 4 f w TN Stokes T.N. 3 m w TN
17th Dist 133-133 Daniel G. 55 m w farmer 1800/640 TN Ussery Mary 57 f w TN Ussery ? Dolly 15 f w TN Ussery ? Jennie 13 f w TN Ussery ?Ellen 11 f w TN
1880 US Census, Giles Co.
15th Dist. 305-316 Daniel G. 65 m w farmer TN NC NC Ussery Mary 67 f w TN NC NC Ussery Ellen 21 f daughter w TN TN TN Ussery Ardeena 11 f granddaughter w TN TN TN Ussery w TN
Dist. 2 : 221-222 Ursery Patric b m 47 farming TN VA VA Ursery Sylva b f 45 wife TN TN TN
15th Dist 138-143 Edwards Booker b m 60 farming VA VA VA Edwards Nancy mu f 50 wife TN TN TN Ursry Adeline mu f 23 daughter TN TN TN Ursry Aphrum mu m 4/12 Feb
5th Dist 244-246 Ursery John M w m 36 farmer TN NC NC Ursery Lodusta J. w f 26 wife AL NC TN Ursery Tillman B w m 3 son TN TN AL Ursery Roseanna w f 2 daughter TN TN AL Owens Annie M w f 46 mother-in-law TN Owens Nancy A. w f 17 dau. of last marriage Owens George W. w m 14 son of last marriage Owens Andrew J. w m 10 son of last marriage
City Directories, Chattanooga, Hamilton Co. TN 1882 William H. Usery, atty 1884 Miss Daisey B. Usrey Elbert F. Usrey John L. Usrey, Police 1885 John L. Usrey Mollie Usrey 1886 John L. Usrey 1887 Jefferson Usrey, teamster John Usrey, policeman John Usrey, Jr., trimmer Narcissa J. Usrey, widow, Wm. William Usrey 1888 Albert F. Usrey, bdr Jeff Usrey, wks lbr co. John C. Usrey John L. Usrey, policeman Mrs. N.J. Usrey Thomas J. Usrey, drayman William W. Usrey 1889 Jefferson Usrey John C. Usrey, saloon John L. Usrey, barkeeper Mrs. Mary Usrey Preston Usrey, col. 1890 Jeff Usrey, cab driver John Usrey, saloon John C. Usrey Mrs. Mary M. Usrey, seamstress 1891 Jefferson Usrey, cab driver John C.Usrey, saloon John L. Usrey, barkeeper Mrs. Mary M. Usrey, seamstress 1892 Jeff Usrey, cab driver John Usrey, saloon John L. Usrey, barkeeper 1894 James L. Usrey, clerk John C. Usrey, policeman Thomas J. Usrey, laborer 1895 John C. Usrey, laborer John L. Usrey, laborer Thomas J. Usrey, driver
John T. Low John T. Low was born June 19, 1851, two miles southwest of Saulsbury, Hardeman Co., Tenn. He is a son of E. E. and Mary A. (Aitken) Low. The father was born in Perry County, Ala., August 24, 1824, and immigrated to Hardeman County, Tenn., January, 1831, and was married September 5, 1847, to Miss Aitken, of Hardeman County, Rev. Samuel Lambeth officiating.
To this union four sons were born, three of whom died in childhood. E. E. Low joined the Masonic fraternity in 1848, Berlin Lodge, No. 170, in town of Berlin, Hardeman County, and the Royal Arch Chapter and Council Masons in La Grange, Fayette Co., Tenn. September, 1854, he became a member of the Baptist Church at Rock Springs, Hardeman County, the pastor being Rev. L. Savage. September, 1855, he engaged in commercial business at Saulsbnry. He formed a co-partnership with John M. and J. J. Chambers; the firm was styled E. E. Low & Co. They met with considerable success and were regarded as men of ability and integrity.
J. J. Chambers was a prosperous merchant and farmer, always a true Democrat. In 1861 a company was organized and called the Saulsbury Grays. J. M. Richardson was made captain. H. A. Guynn first lieutenant, E. E. Low, second leutenant and Jesse Barden, third lieutenant. A company called the Hatchy Hunters, of Bolivar, Tenn., with R. H. Wood of that place as captain, was consolidated at Trenton, Gibson County, into the Twenty-second Tennessee Volunteers, Thomas J. Freeman as colonel of the regiment. After serving about four months Mr. Low resigned his commission as lieutenant and joined the company as a private. In the fall of 1862 the conscript law took effect and he being over thirty-five years of age was released from duty at Tupelo, Miss. He returned home. In November of the same year, while leading a quiet and peaceable life, he and several others were taken by the Federal soldiers and imprisoned at Alton, Ill. His fellow prisoners were M. M. Thurmond, T. B. Bowdon, William Gannon and T. B. Low, his brother. January, 1863, without charges or trial he was released and lived as a citizen until the following fall, when he went south with C. W. Phelps, an old comrade of the Twenty-second Regiment and enlisted in the Fourteenth Tennessee Cavalry, Col. J. J. Neely’s regiment, under command of Gen. N. B. Forrest.
Mr. Low was commissary of the regiment until the latter portion of December, 1864, after the battle of Franklin, Tenn., or better known as Hood’s raid. He was taken sick near Nashville, Tenn., with pneumonia and left three or four miles north of Franklin with James P. Moore, a citizen. In March, 1865, he went to Memphis by boat, and obtained a situation as clerk for Pearce, Park & Co., at that place. In the fall of that year he entered into business at Saulsbury in partnership with J. J. Chambers, T. C. Moore and J. D. Ussery, the firm being known as Moore, Ussery & Co.
In the fall of 1866 he retired from business, devoting the remainder of his life to his family. In 1873 Saulsbury Grange was organized with E. E. Low as Master. He died July 4, 1886. He was one of a family of twenty-two brothers and sisters. His father, Thomas Low (grandfather John T.) was born in Randolph County, N.C., January 22, 1768. He immigrated to Georgia when quite young, then to Alabama, and January, 1831, came to Hardeman County, Tenn. The next year he formed a M. D. society in that county. His death occurred March 9, 1846, and the community lost a useful and esteemed resident. His father (great-grandfather of subject) was John Low; he married Charity, a sister of the distinguished Gen. John Butler and a niece of Gen. William O. Butler, a noted and gallant officer with Gen. Zachary Taylor in the Mexican war. The mother of John T. Low was born January 29, 1826, in Russellville, Ala. Her father, John Hall Aitken, was a native of Edinburg, Scotland. He immigrated to America in 1817. In 1821 he married Miss Mary F. Rutherford, of Russellville. His death occurred April, 1827. March, 1828, Mrs. Aitken, with her two children, William and Mary, and her father, Samuel Rutherford, immigrated to Hardeman County, Tenn., and settled where the town of Grand Junction now lies, or about two and a half miles south of the railroad crossing. Samuel Rutherford was born in Gochland County, Va., in 1763 and located in Russellville, Franklin Co., Ala., in 1818.
John T. Low, the subject of this sketch, was raised on a farm and received such educational advantages as the average country boy and schools of that day gave, until about his nineteenth year or the close of the war. He then entered the Union University at Murfreesboro where he remained two years, returning home in 1872. He became interested in agriculture and has devoted his time to that pursuit in which he has met with prosperity. In connection with his chief pursuit he has done a portion of the surveying for Hardeman County since 1875. He is a man of the best social standing, influence and indisputable integrity. He is prominently connected with the Masonic order, being a Royal Arch Mason. His membership is at Saulsbury Lodge, No. 48. He is a stanch, true Democrat. He is an enterprising farmer, and extensive dealer in fine blooded stock and cattle. He is liberal and always ready to assist all charitable institutions or worthy and beneficial enterprises. He was married in Texas, December 23, 1874, to Josie Guy, the only daughter of Dr. J. H. and Ranie (Carlton) Guy. Mrs. Low was born December 5, 1856, in Haywood County, Tenn. To this union four children have been sent: Willie Carlton, born November 14, 1876; Ranie Mary, born October 10, 1877; Johnnie T., born June 14, 1881, and departed this life January 5, 1885; Josie Irene, born October 14, 1885. Mr. and Mrs. Low are devoted and exemplary members of the Missionary Baptist Church. Mr. Low joined in 1868.
MISC. WARRANTS - 1870
Fleming & Ussery 11 Oct 1869 J.C.H. Ammons 1.26 30 Sep 1870 160 Fleming & Ussery 11 Dec 1869 James W. Scoggins 8.26 29 Sep 1870 160 Fleming & Ussery 31 Jan 1870 M.D. Webb 150 23 Jan 1870 161 Fleming & Ussery 31 Jan 1870 J.M. Fields 150 23 Feb 1870 161 Fleming & Ussery 31 Jan 1870 J.M. Miller 150 13 Sep 1871 161 Fleming & Ussery 29 Jan 1870 William Harris 31.4 14 Nov 1870 165 Fleming & Ussery 31 Jan 1870 Jo Vandergriff 37.96 30 Sep 1870 166 Fleming & Ussery 31 Jan 1870 Hal Harris 14 Feb 1870 166 Fleming & Ussery 3 Feb 1870 G.P. McClenton 41.85 30 Sep 1870 166 Fleming & Ussery 10 Feb 1870 E.H. Dorris 106.52 16 Feb 1870 167 Fleming & Ussery 19 Feb 1870 Frank Pirtle colo 18.19 30 Sep 1870 168 Fleming & Ussery Nov 1868 M.R. Dickens 1.85 16 Apr 1870 175 Fleming & Ussery 21 Dec 1868 Scott, M.G. 89.2 18 Apr 1870 177 Doyle, Robert Vs. Hammons, William H., Ussery, B.F., 30 Dec 1871 114.9 Duncan, S.H., Mashburn, J.E.
Miscellaneous Pay Requests: Ussery, John D. 1770.00 16 Oct 1884 Repairs on levees & roads Ussery, R.C. 9.00 26 Jul 1884 Jury duty July term
Taxes Due 1 July 1889 Hardeman County, TN.
Ussery, N.R. Saulsbury
Person Ussery to Alsa Pullum m. 7 Feb 1840 John Dockery Ussery to Elizabeth Bailey m. 17 Feb 1848 Noah E. Ussery to Martha Jane Reaves m 4 Jan 1853 Bond: N.R. Ussery, W.W. Taylor Washington Bryant to Mary Elizabeth Usery m. 30 Apr 1854 Bond W. Bryant, N.J. Justice William A. Cardwell to Sarah J. Ussery m. 12 Feb 1857 Bond: W.A. Cardwell, L.T. Williamson William T. Lee to Martha A. Ussery m. 10 Nov. 1860 J.M. Reeves to Elizabeth Ussery m. 19 Dec 1860 John H. Webster to Matilda F. Ussery m. 18 July 1861 W.H.C. Ussery to Angelina Beavins m. 13 Sept. 1865 Andrew J. Ussery to Mary C. Reeves m. 23 Jan 1866 J.W. Irby to Martha J. Essary m. 29 Dec 1866 W.A. Achord to A.A. Ussery m. 23 May 1867 by B.F. Ussery, JP John H. Dorris to Cordelia Ussery m. 19 Aug 1868 Lewis A. Cheshire to Elvira Ussery m. 9 Sept. 1869 (See Mother's Will) J.M. Reaves to Lula Ussery m. 12 Feb 1873 Peter White, col to Mary J. Ussery, col. m. 20 Feb 1873 W. A. Cheshire to Matilda Ussery m. 29 May 1873 (See Mother's Will) G.W. Martin to Mollie J. Ussery m. 13 Aug 1873 George Horten to Emma Ussery, m. 15 Aug 1873 M.C. Ussery to Jennie Todd m. 27 Nov 1873 Joe Ussery, col. to Siney Moore, col. m. 31 Dec. 1873 Henry E. Williams to Johnnie D. Ussery m. 24 Nov. 1874 James M. Cheshire to Bettie P. Ussery m. 10 Dec. 1874(See Mother's Will) Moore, Daniel to Ussery, Charlotte m. Jul 1880 R.W. Ussery to Sallie Mashburn m. 26 Mar 1884 Mintor, Monroe to Ussery, Patsy m. Jul 1885 Lewis S. Ussery to Octavia Shearin m. 23 Dec. 1888 W.R. Ussery to Carrie Rossin m. 3 Jul 1889 McLean, Edmon M. to Ussery, Bessie Mai m. Dec 1914 Cullen Ussery to Leila Bryant m. 17 Oct 1915 Morgan, Wis to Ussery, Duelie m. Jan 1923 Marriages:
Usery Noah R Dec 1852 Beavers Martha Jane Usher William Jan 1835 Hawkins N C Ussery A J Jan 1866 Reeves Mary C Ussery Cullen Oct 1915 Bryant Leila Ussery F P Oct 1864 Biebers M A Ussery Henry Jan 1886 Rivers Millie Ussery Jack Mar 1881 Wood Vira Ussery Jack Dec 1918 Scott Mamie Ussery Joe Dec 1873 Moore Siney Ussery John D Feb 1848 Baily Elizabeth Ussery L Jan 1889 Shearin Octavia Ussery Lester Apr 1924 Van Rubie Ussery M C Nov 1873 Todd Jennie Ussery Nat Dec 1881 McCarter Lucy Ussery Pat Feb 1840 Pullum Alsa Ussery R C Jan 1877 Clifft Susan A Ussery R W Mar 1884 Mashburn Sallie Ussery V C Jun 1926 Williams Viola Ussery W H C Sep 1865 Beavers Angeline Ussery W R Jul 1889 Rossom Carrie Ussery West Feb 1881 Jordan Julia
Elizabeth Ann Ussery Will filed in Hardeman Co., TN, but administered in Tunica Co., MS County Court, 6 Nov. 1899
Land Deed Records
F-185, 21 Mar 1839: George Wood sold to Welcome Ussery 86 acres.... I-131; 24 Apr 1845: Mary A. Nappies sold two negroes to Welcom Ussery for $745 I-239, 9 Jan 1846: Stephen Dudley sold to Welcome Ussery 25 acres of land J-29, 26 Feb 1847: Daniel H Marsh sold to Mastin Ussery 7 acres of land J-80, 29 Jan 1849: Welcom Ussery gave his note for $485, due 1 Jan 1848 for one negro girl Izabella aged 12. J-231, 29 Feb 1848: James Wood, Esq. deeded 40 acres to Welcome Ussery. K-301; 21 Feb 1850: Pearson Usery for $150 deeded a part of 640 acres to Cannon Smith K-302, 1 July ??: Thomas Royston of Marshall Co, MS for $262, deeded a part of 640 acres to Pearson Usery of Hardeman Co.... K-301, 21 Feb 1850: Pearson Usery,Deed to Cannon Smith L-469, 18 Feb 1853: Zebedee Bailey Deed 7 1/2 acres to John D. Ussery L-467, 24 Mar 1853: Pitser Milled, Deed 91 acres to John D. Ussery.... N-502, 4 Dec 1856: Thomas D. Hammons, Deed 360 Acres to Welcome Ussery R-399, 17 May 1862: John D. Ussery, Bill of Sale, one negro boy Pleacot sold to Cader Cox for $300. S-343, 32 Mar 1866:John D. Ussery, Deed to Aline, John and George Warrent, stone house and lot in Bolivar,on Union St. Cemetery Records
Velma Frankie Ursery dau. of A.F. & V.C. July 14, 1928
John D. (Dockery) Ussery 28 Oct 1828 26 Oct 1888 Elizabeth Ussery wife of John D. Ussery Sept. 26, 1830 (Ann Elizabeth Bailey dau. of Zebedee Bailey) M.E. Ussery, son of J.D. and E. Ussery 19 Sept 1866 8 Dec 1883 Virginia? dau. of Zebedee and Matilda Bailey Oct 5, 1899 Cheshier, Betty Ussery 20 Jul 1856-3 Oct 1887 w/o J.M. Cheshier Cheshier, Elvira Ussery 26 Apr 1849-24 Dec 1871 w/o L.A. Cheshier Cheshier, Infant 1882 born & died s/o W.A. & M.O. Cheshier Reaves, Loula Ussery 13 Apr 1854-5 Sep 1873 w/o J.M. Reaves Grand Junction Cemetery
Shearin, Dolphus E. 2 Jul 1881-8 Dec 1961 h/o Lottie Ussery Shearin
Shearin, Lottie Ussery 3 Sep 1883-6 Jul 1954 w/o Dolphus E. Shearin Hickory Valley Cemetery
Nancy C., Wife of Cannon Smith Born Feb 28, 1811 Died Feb. 21 1856
Lester L. Ussery Oct. 31, 1895 Oct. 14, 1964 Shearin, Sarah Evie Ussery 1867-1908 w/o W.T. Shearin Shearin, W.T. 1862-1950 h/o Sarah Evie Ussery Shearin Ruby Vann Ussery Jan 6, 1904 (or 1901?) Octavia Shearin Ussery, wife of Lewis Ussery 1868-1936 dau. Albert G. & Eliz. Shearin John Wesley Barnett 1886-1942 Lela Ussery his wife 1893 Hobart C. Barnett, son of J.W. & L.W. Barnett May 23, 1916 Nov 29, 1949 Albert G. July 9 1821 Feb 29, 1902 Elizabeth Feb. 14, 1841 Jan 16, 1894 Charlie Cullen Ussery Sept. 5, 1891 Jan. 27, 1964 Louvinia Ussery Smith Jan. 9, 1860 Jan. 8, 1936 (Louvinia Ussery Crews?) Robert David Crews Oct. 26, 1856 Aug. 8, 1936 Jerry Ussery, son of Lester and Ruby Feb. 1, 1941 July 20, 1955 Oak Hill Cemetery
Sarah R. Mashburn, wife of R.W. Ussery Dec. 10, 1865 Mar 19, 1905
PARKER, ALICE USSERY MARCH 12, 1873-APRIL 26, 1956 Wife of Polk Parker Parker, Polk 1 Aug 1871-5 Dec 1951 h/o Mary Alice Ussery Parker
PROSPECT CME CHURCH CEMETERY
Brown, Daisy Ussery 17 Dec 1889-6 May 1965
Williams, Henry Elihu 1857-1930 h/o Johnnie D. Ussery Williams Williams, Johnnie D. Ussery 18 Sep 1859-22 Mar 1899 w/o Henry Elihu Williams
A.J. (Andrew Jackson) Ussery, Feb 22, 1844 - May 5, 1902 Mary (Caroline Reaves), wife of A.J. Ussery, Feb 22, 1847 - Oct 17, 1931 (Husband and wife; son of Mastin Ussery W.C. Ussery, Co. L., 13th Tennessee Inf., CSA (son of Mastin Ussery) Mother Angeline Ussery, 1845-1928 Oscar D., son of R.C. and S.A. Ussery, Oct. 15, 1879- Dec 11, 1906 Robert C., husband of S.A. Ussery, Aug 2, 1854 - May 1, 1917 Mother Susan C. Ussery 1858-1925 Son Charles M. Ussery 1882-1946 Ida Lee,dau of AJ & MC Ussery, Oct. 30, 1866-Aug 19, 1876 W.A. Achord 1843-1903 A.A. Achord, his wife 1839-1910 Welcom Ussery Cemetery near Spring Creek:
Welcom, Husband of Henrietta (Webb) Ussery, born July 15, 1807, died apr 22, 1859 Henrietta, Wife of Welcom Ussery, born Jan 9, 1806 died Feb 1 1863 William, son of Welcom & Henrietta Ussery, born Feb 18, 1841 died Sept. 30, 1860 F.W., son of Welcom and Henrietta Ussery, born Mar 14,1830 died Apr 17, 1862 Fitts, Janice Felver 1940-1988 w/o Jack Fitts Gamer, Harold M. 1932-1988 West Memorial (formerly Vaughn) Cemetery
Della Ussery Born 1889 James J. Vaughn 1881-1934 Wood Cemetery
Martha Jane, wife of T.P. Pulliam Apr 6, 1828 Jan. 15, 1890 Lucinda Shinault Aug 23, 1810 July 16, 1885 (linked to Shinault/Ussery family) John R. Wood Aug. 14, 1824 Apr 12,1843 David Woods Oct. 28, 1795 June 25, 1878 Mary Woods Dec. 1, 1799 June 26, 1854 1840 US Census, Hardeman Co., TN Mastin Ussery 1 m 5-10; 1 m 30-40; 2 f 0-5; 1 f 5-10; 1 f 20-30 Benjamin Essary 1m 0-5; 1 m 20-30; 1 f 20-30 Welcome Ussery 2 m 10-15; 1 m 30-40; 1 f 30-40
1850 US Census, Hardeman Co., TN 258-258 John D. Usery 22 m overseer NC Elizabeth Usery 17 f NC Elvira Usery 1 f TN
341-341 Mastin Ussery Ussery 41 m farmer 1000 NC (Mary) Catherine Ussery 37 f NC Nancy* Ussery 15 f TN Amanda Ussery 14 f TN Delita? Ussery 12 f TN Tabitha Ussery 9 f TN William Ussery 9 m TN (Andrew) Jackson Ussery 8 m TN Fredrick Ussery 4 m TN Eliza Ussery 2 f TN Stephen Dudley 48 m carpenter IA
*one record says Mary; Their other child NOAH is found below at 324-324
358-358 Welcome Ussery 42 m farmer 3500 NC Henrietta A. Ussery 44 f NC Francis Marion Ussery 20 m NC Sarah Ussery 11 f TN William Ussery 9 m TN James Ussery 7 f TN Frankland Fambert 22 m teacher MO
704-704 Person Ussery 31 m farmer NC Ailsey (mn Pulliam) Ussery 29 f NC Sarah Ussery 10 f MS? Nancy Ussery 6 f TN William Ussery 5 m TN Lucy Ussery 4 f TN Wesley Ussery 1 m TN
1235-1235 Benjamin Esery 38 m farmer; 800 TN Elizabeth Esery 34 f NC Thomas Esery 10 m TN William Esery 6 m TN Mary Esery 5 f TN Martha Esery 3 f TN George Esery 1 m TN
324-324 Noah Ussery 15 m blacksmith N.C. TN (1853 married Martha Jane Reaves; See Hardeman Co. Marriages)
1860 U.S. Census, Hardeman Co, TN: District No. 7; 16 July 1860; pg 187 542-521 (This is Welcome Ussery's family) Henrietta Usry 50 f 10,000/19,000 NC Wm. C Usry 19 m TN Mary E. Usry 16 f TN James S. Usry 15 m TN Nancy Hagan 16 f NC Gerald Daughtery 24 m TN
544-523 Usry B.F. 34 m potter NC Usry Harriett 35 f NC Usry Mary C. 12 f Alabama Usry Mortina 9 f Alabama Usry Morrison? Alabama Usry Adolphus D. 7 m Alabama Usry Samantha 5 f Alabama Usry Ellen L. 5 f Alabama
588-563 (Widow of Masten Ussery; see 1850; children's names are spelled differently) Katherine Usry 49 f 1000/800 NC Amanda A. Usry 21 f TN Lebrettra (Talitha?) Usry 18 f TN William Usry 18 m TN Andrew J. (Jackson) Usry 16 m TN Fredrick A. Usry 14 m TN Maston F. Usry 9 m TN Robert C. Usry 5 m TN
589-564 Noah Usry 26 m. carriage repairer; 800 NC Martha (Jane Beavers) Usry 26 f GA Mary B. Usry 4 f TN Adolphus N. Usry 1 m TN
District No. 9, July; page 196 675-645 G.D. Usry 32 m 5000/18000 NC Elizabeth Usry 29 f NC Eloria Usry 11 f TN Matilda Usry 8 f TN Louvenia Usry 6 f TN Bettie Usry 4 f TN Johney Usry 1 f TN
District. No. 11, 13 Aug 1860, page 217; near Middleton 1235-1235 Benjamin Essery 48 m farmer TN Elizabeth Essery 44 f NC Thomas Essery 20 m TN William V Essery 15 m TN Mary A. Essery 14 f TN Martha J Essery 12 f TN Abner F. Essery 8 m TN David C. Essery 3 m TN
1870 U.S. Census, Hardeman Co, TN: District No. 1, 8 Sept/ page 105 49-49 Esry George 50 m b MS Esry Cass 25 f b TN Esry L.V. 4 f b TN Esry George 2 m b TN
District No. 6, Bolivar, 31 Aug.; page 195 133-152 Fenwick M.J. 35 f w MS Ussery Lou 15 f w TN Ussery Billy 13 w TN Ussery Johnny 9 w TN
District No. 7, 26 Aug; page 197 3-3 Usery Bonner 75 m b GA
District No. 8, 20 Aug; page 197 92-97 Usery Catherine 56 f w 500/400 NC Usery Maston 18 m w TN Usery Robert 15 m w TN Webster Francis 27 f w TN Webster John A. 8 m w TN
102-102 Usery B.F. 43 m w 500/500 NC Usery Harriette 46 f w NC Usery Harriette 16 f w Alabama Usery Martha 16 f w Al Usery D.P.? 15 m w Al Usery Samantha 13 f w AL Usery Ellen 10 f w AL Usery Benjamin 8 m w Tenn.
About 1871, it appears that B.F. Ussery and his family moved from Tennessee to Yalbusha County, Mississippi and located about five miles southeast of Water Valley. B.F. farmed and operated a pottery where he made pots, churns, etc. It seems that many members of his family participated in the same skill. See the letter his father Robert wrote to Mastain!
108-108 Usery, James 24 m w farmer; 1000/350 TN Usery Arminda 22 f w GA Usery Claria 4 f w MS Usery Eva M. 2 f w TN Rodgers, Nancy 42 f w GA
District No. 9; 9 Sept.; page 227 72-72 Usery John 43 m w farmer; 9000/1000 NC Usery Elizabeth 40 f w TN Usery Matilda 18 f w TN Usery Lavinia 16 f w TN Usery Elisabeth 14 f w TN Usery Johnny 11 w TN Usery Ralph 7 m w TN Usery Dick 3 m w TN
District No. 11, 4 July; page 244 10-10 Essary Benj. 58 m w farmer 2000/800 TN Essary E.G. 53 f w NC Essary A.F. 18 m w TN Essary M.A. 22 f w TN Essary G.C. 15 m w TN Essary D.C. 13 m w TN Essary W.L. 25 m w TN Essary J.P. 19 f w TN
District No. 17; 12 Aug.; page 334 122-125 Usery Emily 38 f b farm laborer; 100 TN Usery Charlotte 19 f b TN Usery Elias 18 m b TN Usery Ellen 16 f b TN Usery Liddy 15 f b TN Usery J.W. 10 m b TN Usery G.R. 8 f b TN
1880 US Census, Hardeman Co., TN
District 1; 7 June; page 371 Reeves Reuben b m 30 farmer Reeves Lucy b f 25 Usry Sally b f 50 MS MS MS Usry Henry b m 25 MS MS MS
District 1; 26 June; page 385; town of Saulsbury 326 Usery N.R. w m 45 magistrate NC NC NC Usery H.M. w f 25 wife NC? NC NC Usery Lee H. w m 21 son TN NC NC Usery W.R. w m 14 son TN NC NC Usery S.A. w f 11 dau TN NC NC
District 1; Soundex 13-53-48 Usery Zilpha b f 45 TN Usery Molly b 15 dau TN Usery Mead b 10 son TN Usery Leon b 5 dau TN
District 6; Soundex 13-64-41-16 242-263 Usery Jackson w m 35 TN NC NC Usery Mary C. w f 32 wife TN TN NC Usery Mary A. w f 7 dau TN TN TN Usery Minnie S. w f 4 dau TN TN TN
District 7; Soundex 58-5-5; 2 and 3 June ; page 474 41-41 Ussery Bob w m 26 TN Ussery Sue w f 34 wife TN Ussery Oscar w m 8/12; Oct son TN
District 7; Soundex 13-58-6-45 48-50 Ussery William w m 38 TN NC NC Ussery Anga w f 34 wife TN Ussery Lewis w m 11 son TN Ussery Anna w f 9 dau. TN Ussery Kittie w f 7 dau TN Ussery Bobbie w m 2 son TN
District 9; 14 June; page 482 184-190 *Ussery John D. w m 52 farmer NC NC NC Ussery Elisabeth (Ann Elizabeth Bailey) w f 40 wife NC NC NC Ussery Rafe w m 17 son; at sch. TN NC NC Ussery Hank w m 13 son; at sch TN NC NC
*(son of Welcome Ussery and Henrietta Webb)
District 7; 3 June; page 474; Soundex 13-58-6-9 43-44 Ussery Mack w m 29 TN NC NC Ussery Hennie w f 23 wife TN Ussery Jack w m 4 son TN Ussery Lissie w f 2 dau TN
Disrict 11; Soundex 13-60-17-21 Kees Melia Usery John b f 9