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PINNIX, SHORE, DICKERSON, PARDUE, MARTIN, OLVEY, SWAIM of Yadkin Co. and SHAW, SIMPSON, MILES, MATKINS, BOULDIN, LEATH, HORNBUCKLE, GUNN, HOOPER, SNIPES, KIMBROUGH, GRAVES, STADLER, ARNOLD, BLALOCK, PRENDERGAST, WILDER, VINCENT, WALKER, ASHFORD, BIRD, WHITTED, CLENEAY of Caswell/Alamance/Orange Co. -- also WALL, WHITSETT, MOORE, HENRY of Rockingham Co.

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  • ID: I094507
  • Name: Silas Wooten
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1759 in VA
  • Death: 25 FEB 1846 in Lawrence or Floyd Co., KY
  • Event: Fact 3 OCT 1823 Will of Thomas PENICK of Prince Edward Co., VA written. Execs: Thompson Penick, Simeon WALTON, Samuel WOOTEN.
  • Note:
    Surnames: WOOTEN OOTEN WHOOTAN STOTTS WILLIAMSON COLEMAN TAYLOR CHAPMAN CASTLE

    Submitter: Dorsey Jude, Jr. (>JudeofOh@aol.com )

    Date: 27 Jun 2000


    This is an attempt to distinguish the family of Revolutionary War Veteran Silas P. & Phoebe (Worth) Wooten from the family of Anne (Unknown) Wooten-Stotts and her unidentified husband from Surry Co., NC. There were two seperate Wooten and/or Ooten families who settled in the Tug River Valley in Eastern Kentucky and Southwestern Virginia in the early 1800's who have been misconstrued and/or misidentified. One family was headed by the Revolutionary War veteran Silas P. Wooten born 1759 and his wife Phoebe Worth. The other family was headed by a woman whose first name was Anne born 1776 and whose maiden name is unknown. Her husband's surname was Wooten and remains unidentified. He was possibly Thomas Whootan, III who was born in Surry Co., NC, where Anne married her second husband John Stotts before coming to the Tug River Valley. The following family groups should be able to lessen the confusion. First Family: Silas Penix Wooten was born 1759 in VA. He died Feb. 25, 1846. He was a Revolutionary War veteran. He was married to Phoebe Worth. They had 7 or more children. Children: 1. William Lewis Wooten: Born abt. 1785 Married July 24, 1817 Floyd Co., KY Spouse: Millie Burgess 2. Rhoda Wooten: Born 1788 NC Died Aug 1855 Johnson Co., KY Spouse: Adam Bowen 3. Goorge W. Wooten: Born abt. 1800 Married Mar. 5, 1820 Floyd Co., KY Spouse Mary "Polly" Bannister 4. Rebecca Wooten: Born 1804 KY 1st Spouse: Nathan Blevins Date: Jan. 30, 1824 Floyd Co., KY 2nd Spouse: Berry Pack Date: Feb. 9, 1840 Lawrence Co., KY 5. Silas G. Wooten: Born 1804 OH 1st spouse: Sarah Adams Date: July 2, 1821 Floyd Co., KY 2nd Spouse: Keziah Ward Date: 1827 Floyd Co., KY 3rd Spouse: Julina "Julia" Chapman Date: 1833 Lawrence Co., KY 6. Elizabeth Wooten 1st. spouse: John Anderson Date: Dec. 5, 1814 Floyd Co., KY 2nd possible spouse: Jesse Bradley Date: Jan. 13, 1818 Floyd Co., KY 7. Thomas Alfred Wooten: Born Aug. 1, 1808 VA Died 1880 Wayne Co., WV 1st Spouse: Sarah Jane Castle Married Aug. 1, 1827 Lawrence Co., KY 2nd Spouse: Mariah Chapman ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2nd Family: ?Thomas Whootan, III b. abt. 1760 died bef. 1820 NC. He was married to Anne Unknown b. 1776 NC died after 1850 IN?. Children: 1. Levi (W)ooten: Born Nov. 10, 1798 NC Married: Aug. 9, 1820 Floyd Co., KY Died : 1854 Clay Co., IL Spouse: Alpha Omega Taylor 2. Nancy (W)ooten: Born 1801 NC Married Dec. 27, 1817 Floyd Co., KY Died after 1850 Spouse : Alexander Coleman 3. Jordan (W)ooten: Born Jan. 28, 1803 NC Married 20 April 1823 Pike Co., KY Died 1850 IN Spouse: Dorcas Williamson 4. Silas P. (W)ooten: Born abt. 1805 NC Married Feb. 12, 1827 Pike Co., KY Died after 1830 Spouse: Elizabeth Williamson After Anne's first husband died in NC, she later married John Stotts abt. 1810 in Surry Co., NC and moved to the Tug River Valley and had additional children with him also. Afterwards, Anne and her children including Levi, Nancy & Jordan were living in Indiana by 1840. Her son Silas P. was already deceased by then and his children remained behind in the Tug River Valley with his widow who later remarried. While Anne and her children were all in Indiana by 1840, the children of the revolutionary war veteran Silas P. Wooten & Phoebe Worth remained in the Tug River Valley. This obviously suggests they were two seperate families since they both eventually lived so far apart. Regards, Dorsey Jude, Jr. (JudeofOh@aol.com )
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    Grayson County Va ? Surry County NC Parkers
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    .....
    Collie Ann Matthews b. D. Living M. Gilbert Buford Wooten
    Gilbert Darrell WOOTEN b. D. Living M. Rebecca Ann STOKES
    Deborah Ann Wooten b. D. Living M. Rex Ambers Key, 2nd John STOKES
    Donna Lynn Wooten b. D. Living M. Joel Stinson, son W. G. Stinson and Kay Crissman Stinson

    Ronald Lee Matthews b. D. deceased M. Judith Ann Davis
    David Lynn Matthews b. D. Living M. Angela Dobbins
    Dawn Sabina Matthews b. D Living M. Michael Matthews

    Billy Joe Matthews b. D. Living M. Mary Edna Laird
    David Wayne Snow b. 1965 son Bill Joe and Mary Kay Hardy who later married James Snow
    Damiel Todd Matthews b. 1969 D. Living M. Lisa Kay Fugate
    Darice Elaine Matthews b. 1971 D. Living M. Kelvin Dewayne Jefferson
    Erica Michelle Matthews b. 1973 D. Living M. Nathan Michael Pinnix


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    Thomas Overton (c.1765c.1835) [212.3]

    Thomas Overton, son of Moses and Elizabeth (Carleton) Russell Overton, was born 1760-70. He married Martha Toone {or Townes} (c.1780) in Mecklenburg County 13 April 1795.
    Thomas was living in Nottoway County in 1810. Thomas and Martha lived in Mecklenburg County likely on land on Butcher Creek they bought in 1817 , 1819 , and 1826.
    Thomas was dead by 1840 and his widow was living with Susannah (Overton) Wooten in 1850. We know of only one child although Thomas was surety on the marriage bonds of three other Overton women in Mecklenburg County.
    Only known child of Thomas and Martha (Townes) Overton:
    Mary Overton [212.3.1] (10 Mar. 1798) married Richard Wootton (13 July 1800 - 4 Feb. 1859) one day after he made his marriage bond in Mecklenburg County 21 December 1820. In 1850 they were living in Mecklenburg County with their son, John L. Wootton. They were the parents of six children born 1822-1831 as depicted in their family Bible.
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    From: marsha moses <mosesm@earthlink.net>
    Subject: William>Silas Penix>Thomas Alfred>Silas Penix>Sarah Jane Wooten (Va and KY.)
    Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2000 21:48:57 -0400


    Thank you, Martha, for your kind offer--I always feel the need to lurk
    for a while before I post. But since you suggested that new members
    post there Wooten their lines here are my Wootens:

    My earliest Wooten is REV. WILLIAM WOOTEN (?) I am not positive of his
    name or anything else. My great aunt had a note beside his name that
    said Halifax, Virginia. I do not know if this is where he was born,
    died or just where his children thought was his home.

    His son, SILAS PENIX WOOTEN was born in 1759 in Virginia and died in
    Lawrence County or Floyd County, KY. He married Phoebe Worth (I am not
    certain that that was her maiden name.) Silas Penix was a revolutionary
    soldier. My great aunt said that he enlisted in Halifax County about
    Jan 1, 1780 for the term of one year, served as a private in Captain
    Bowyer's Company, Col. Campbell's Virginia Regiment, was in the battle
    of Guilford and was discharged April 1st 1781 in Caswell, County, NC.
    He received a land grant of 400 acres at Georges Creek on Levisa Fork of
    Big Sandy River Certificate #115-- date of the Survey was Nov 6, 1804.
    (Kentucky) Again, I have done very little research on the Wooten's and
    I am not certain if this was a purchase or was bounty land for his war service.

    His son, THOMAS ALFRED WOOTEN, born in 1808 in either Lawrence County or
    Floyd County, Ky and died in 1880 in Wayne County, WV. He married Sarah
    Jane Castle 1 Aug, 1827 in Louisa, Ky. My great aunt said that the only
    thing that she could remember about this man was that he had a brother
    Silas and a sister Rebecca. The children of this couple are: Rachel
    (married Timothy Justice) born c. 1828, Castle Wooten born 1831 married
    Kaziah Justice, Phoebe Wooten b. 1834 married Maxwell Bradshaw, Annie
    Wooten b. 1836 m. James Bradshaw, Marion Wooten b. 1838 m. Mary Jane
    Napier, Elizabeth Wooten b.1840 m. Youngie Napier, Silas Penix Wooten b.
    27 Jan 1843 m. Nancy Ann Carey, Allen Wooten b. 1846 m. Angeline Asbury,
    Mary (Polly) Wooten b. 1848 m. Harmon Lewis, Martha Jane Wooten b.1851
    m. Randolph Mills, and Rhoda Wooten who married Bennett Salmons--I do
    not seem to have a birth date for her, but her marriage is 1868.

    I descend from Thomas's son, SILAS PENIX WOOTEN, born 27 Jan, 1843 and
    died 4 Dec 1920. He married Nancy Ann Carey 5 Dec 1861 in Louisa
    Kentucky. Their children are: Sarah Jane Wooten b. 20 Oct 1862 and
    married Henry Clay Sammons 28 Aug 1882 and died 22 June 1944 (this lady
    is my gr-grandmother) , William Francis Wooten b. 1864 never married,
    Thomas Alfred Wooten b. 1867 m. Mariah Emily Carey, Albert Lee Wooten
    b. 1869 m. Louise Stafford and Margaret (Peggy) Jude (?) , Rosa Bell
    Wooten b. 1872 m. Latt Copley, Hannah Wooten b. 1875 m. Frank Sammons
    and Sam Hammonds, Ellen Wooten b. 1877 m. Randolph Mills, Leah Frances
    Wooten b. 1879 m. Thomas Tolbert and Mary Wooten b. 1882 m. Ira Copley.

    And that is where my Wooten interests change to Sammons....One more
    comment. I notice that my gr-aunt from whom I received most of this
    information credits Sarah Jane Wooten with most of the facts that she
    has and also that she is not consistent with her spelling of Wooten.
    Several of her family group sheets spell it Wooton all the way through.
    But when she published a small booklet for a family reunion, she used
    the Wooten spelling, so I use it here. I do have some more information,
    although, as I have said, I have done very little research myself. I
    hope to connect with some of you on this list. Thanks so much, Marsha
    in WV

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    CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE: North Carolina COUNTY: Buncome REEL NO: M432-622 SHEET NO: 235A
    REFERENCE: E. H. McCluire 5 August, 1850 (page 464)
    =========================================================================================================================
    LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
    =========================================================================================================================
    1 529 529 Morris W. W. 21 M Laborer North Carolina X
    2 529 529 Justice Asbury 11 M North Carolina X
    3 529 529 Justice Rebecca 17 F North Carolina
    4 530 530 Penix (Tenant) John 65 M Farmer 550 Virginia X
    5 530 530 Penix Polly 65 F North Carolina X
    6 530 530 Penix Rachel 31 F North Carolina X
    7 530 530 Penix Louisa 21 F North Carolina X X
    8 530 530 Penix Mary 18 F North Carolina X
    9 530 530 Penix Milly 17 F North Carolina X
    10 530 530 Penix Rue 17 F North Carolina X
    11 531 531 Arrowwood Jas. 95 M None Maryland X
    12 531 531 Arrowwood Sarah B. 91 F North Carolina X
    13 531 531 Arrowwood Susannah 47 F North Carolina X
    14 532 532 Arrowwood Wm. 65 M Farmer 200 North Carolina
    15 532 532 Arrowwood Rachel 50 F North Carolina X
    16 532 532 Arrowwood Polly 32 F North Carolina X
    17 532 532 Arrowwood David 21 M Laborer North Carolina X
    18 532 532 Arrowwood Dorsey 15 F North Carolina X
    19 532 532 Arrowwood Stephen M. 12 M North Carolina X
    20 532 532 Arrowwood Harriet Pix 1 F North Carolina
    21 533 533 Penix Wm. 45 M Laborer Virginia X
    22 533 533 Penix Lydia 44 F North Carolina X
    23 533 533 Penix Erwin 11 M North Carolina
    24 533 533 Penix Rachel 14 F North Carolina
    25 533 533 Penix Nancy 7 F North Carolina
    26 533 533 Penix John 4 M North Carolina
    27 534 534 Harwood Squire 49 M Farmer 800 North Carolina
    28 534 534 Harwood Lucy 32 F North Carolina X
    29 534 534 Harwood Noah 22 M Laborer North Carolina X
    30 534 534 Harwood Fidilio 20 M Laborer North Carolina X
    31 534 534 Harwood Jasper 14 M North Carolina X
    32 534 534 Harwood Squire 11 M North Carolina X
    33 534 534 Harwood Lewis 6 M North Carolina X
    34 534 534 Harwood Philip 4 M North Carolina
    35 534 534 Harwood Betsey 16 F North Carolina X
    36 534 534 Harwood Eliza 10 F North Carolina
    37 534 534 Harwood Jane 8 F North Carolina
    38 535 535 Hughey James 76 M Farmer 300 North Carolina
    39 535 535 Hughey Ellen 73 F North Carolina
    40 535 535 Hughey Ann 40 F North Carolina
    41 535 535 Hughey Alinna 23 F North Carolina

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    35. Andrew (Jack) Jackson7 Hood (Andrew6, Andrew5, Andrew "Major" Sr.4, Luykas(Lucas Hoed)3, Jasper (Hoed)2, Jan1 Hoed) was born Abt. 1836. He married Sarah Evaline WOOTEN********* January 31, 1858. She was born August 11, 1833, and died April 04, 1908.
    Notes for Andrew (Jack) Jackson Hood:
    Andrew is living 3 houses down from Gabriel and Lucinda (Andrews sister) Stephens in the 1880 Greenup County, Oldtown, Census.
    It states
    Andrew J. HOOD Self M Male W 44 KY Farmer KY KY
    Eveline HOOD Wife M Female W 39 KY Keeping House KY KY
    David D. HOOD Son S Male W 22 KY Working On Farm KY KY
    Embly J. HOOD Dau S Female W 19 KY At Home KY KY
    Andrew J. HOOD Son S Male W 18 KY Working On Farm KY KY
    Harriet HOOD Dau S Female W 15 KY At Home KY KY
    Lydia A. HOOD Dau S Female W 13 KY At Home KY KY
    Martha B. HOOD Dau S Female W 12 KY KY KY
    Charles E. HOOD Son S Male W 11 KY Working On Farm KY KY
    Elizabeth HOOD Dau S Female W 8 KY KY KY
    Paulina HOOD Dau S Female W 6 KY KY KY
    John H. HOOD Son S Male W 2 KY KY KY
    George HOOD Son S Male W 1 KY KY KY

    Children of Andrew Hood and Sarah Wooten are:

    i. David D.8 Hood, b. 1858.
    ii. Emily J. Hood, b. 1861.
    iii. Andrew Jackson Jr. Hood, b. 1862.
    iv. Harriet Hood, b. 1865.
    v. Lydia A. Hood, b. 1867.
    vi. Martha Bell Hood, b. 1868; d. October 19, 1928, Carter County, Kentucky; m. John Henry PENIX***********.
    Notes for Martha Bell Hood:
    Death Record on File.Burial: Pierce Cemetery
    ii. Charles E. Hood, b. 1869.
    viii. Elizabeth Hood, b. 1872.
    ix. Ida Mae Paulina Hood, b. 1874.
    51. x. John H. Hood, b. 1878.
    xi. George Hood, b. 1879.

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    Silas P. Wooten

    Hall Family Friend



    Silas Wooten testified in Perry County, Kentucky on November 16, 1825 on behalf of Anthony Hall. Wooten testified has to the truth of statements which Hall made in an attempt to obtain a pension from the United States government for his Revolutionary War service. The statement says: I Silas P. Wooton do swear that I was well acquainted with Anthony Hall as a Revolutionary Soldier. " I do swear that the said Anthony Hall and myself, both enlisted in the same company which was commanded by Captain Bowyer in the 7th Virginia Regement commanded by Colonel Campbell in Virginia line on continental establishment. That we both enlisted for the term of one year and that I do know that the said Anthony Hall did serve out his full term of enlistment and was honourably discharged at Caswell County in the State of North Carolina after serving out his full term of enlkistment which was one year under the same enlistment. That I do know that the said Anthony Hall did then immediately enlist again into the service of the United States in Colonel Lytle's 2nd North Carolina regiment in a company commanded by a Captain Donoho, for the term of three years. I do know that the said Hall did serve in said regiment until the seige at Charleston in South Carolina. I do know that the said Anthony Hall was then taken a prisoner of war by the British and was afterwards parolled by them and was not discharged until peace was made."



    Wooten applied for a pension while living in Lawrence County, Kentucky on January 16, 1826. At the time, Wooten stated that he was 67 years old. He made the following statements in order to obtain pension under acts of Congress of March 18, 1818 and May 1, 1820. "Silas P. Wooten enlisted in Halifax County in te State of Virginia for the term of one year in Captain Bowyer's company in the 7th Virginia regiment commanded by Colonel Campbell in the line of the State of Virginia on continental establishment in January of 1780. He continued to served in said corps until after the Battle of Guilford and he continued to serve in said army upwards of three months after the expiration of his said term of enlistment which was one years. He was in the Battle of Guilford in March 1781and he was afterwards honorably discharged by Colonel Campbell in Caswell County in the State of North Carolina on the first of April, 1781."



    Silas stated that he had not applied for pension before because he was never able until that time to procure evidence of his services. He had always been too poor and infirm to travel to where he could hear of any person that he served with to procure this evidence. He further stated that for several years he had been dependent on the charity of his friends for support. His family consisted of his wife only, named Phebe, age 61 years. His occupation was that of a county schoolmaster but from age and infirmity and loss of sight he was unable to pursue it.



    In support of Wooten's application, Anthony Hall , in Perry County, Kentucky , Circuit Court, stated that he was acquainted with Silas P. Wooton and that he knew that said Silas P. Wooten did enlsit into the army of the revolutionary war in Halifax county in the state of Virginia for the term of one year in Captain bowyer's company in the 7th Virginia Regiment commanded by Colonel Campbell. Hall knew that siad Wooten did serve out his full term of enlistment and was discharged in Caswell county North Carolina by Colonel Campbell. During the whole of said term Hall served with Wooten in the same company.



    Wooten was also supported by veteran Thomas Lovelady, who served with him. Lovelady reported that Wooten was at the Battle of Guilford and was discharged in Caswell County, North Carolina on April 1, 1781.



    Silas P. Wooten was listed in Pioneers Families of Eastern and Southeastern Kentucky as one of the first settlers of Greenup County, Kentucky, as his name appeared on the tax list of 1811. The book prints an excerpt from a manuscript prepared by Rev. James Gilruth, a resident of the locale in his youth, and published in an Ironton, Ohio newspaper about 1879. Gilruth states, in part, some of the people of the area in 1803 as he remembered them:



    "Near the hill on the bank of Hood's Run, in a rough log cabin built for the purpose, was kept the first school between Big Sandy and Tygart's Creek; and I am certain it was the first in Greenup County. The school was made up of scholars from both sides of the river and was kept by Silas Wooten. His wife's name was Theba (sic). They had two children, Rhoda and William. Wooten was a teacher of the true backwoods type as to literary qualification. Some years later he moved back on the waters of East Fork of Little Sandy; became a Methodist and sustained a good character as a citizen...next above settle the celebrated Colonal Daniel Boone."



    The Floyd County Court book reported that on October 23, 1809, Silas P. Wooten motioned to be exempted from road work. This was overruled. In the May, 1812 records, Silas P. Wooten was appointed surveyer of a road to be built from the mouth of Tom's Creek to George Creek in Floyd County. On November 17, 1817 the records show that Silas P. Wooten resigned as constable.



    Marriages of Wooten's of S.E.Kentucky:



    Rebecca Wooten m. Nathan Blevin on Jan. 30, 1824 in Floyd County.

    Silas G. Wooten m. Sarah Adams on July 4, 1821 in Floyd County.

    George W. Wooten m. Polly Bannister on March 21, 1820 in Floyd County

    Levi Wooten m. Alpha Taylor on August 14, 1820 in Floyd County.

    W.S. Wooten m. ? on July 27, 1817 in Floyd County.

    Nancy Wooten m. Alex Coleman on January 2, 1818 in Floyd County.

    James Wooten m. Sarah Miller on November 10, 1807 in Clay County.



    Wooten's name was transferred to the Ohio pension rolls on September 4, 1844. Silas Wooten died on February 25, 1846, presumably in Ohio.
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    Distinguishing fam of Rev. War Vet Silas P. Wooten from another (W)ooten fam
    Author: Mr. Jude Date: 28 Jun 2000 12:00 PM GMT
    Surnames: WOOTEN, OOTEN, WHOOTAN, STOTTS, BURGESS, BOWEN, BANNISTER, BLEVINS, PACK, ADAMS, WARD, CHAPMAN, ANDERSON, BRADLEY, CASTLE, TAYLOR, COLEMAN, WILLIAMSON
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    This is an attempt to distinguish the family of Revolutionary War Veteran Silas P. & Phoebe (Worth) Wooten from the family of Anne (Unknown) Wooten-Stotts and her unidentified husband from Surry Co., NC.

    There were two seperate Wooten and/or Ooten families who settled in the Tug River Valley in Eastern Kentucky and Southwestern Virginia in the early 1800's who have been misconstrued and/or misidentified. One family was headed by the Revolutionary War veteran Silas P. Wooten born 1759 and his wife Phoebe Worth. The other family was headed by a woman whose first name was Anne born 1776 and whose maiden name is unknown. Her husband's surname was Wooten and remains unidentified. He was possibly Thomas Whootan, III who was born in Surry Co., NC, where Anne married her second husband John Stotts before coming to the Tug River Valley.

    The following family groups should be able to lessen the confusion.

    First Family:

    Silas Penix Wooten was born 1759 in VA. He died Feb. 25, 1846. He was a Revolutionary War veteran. He was married to Phoebe Worth. They had 7 or more children.

    Children:

    1. William Lewis Wooten: Born abt. 1785
    Married July 24, 1817 Floyd Co., KY
    Spouse: Millie Burgess

    2. Rhoda Wooten: Born 1788 NC
    Died Aug 1855 Johnson Co., KY
    Spouse: Adam Bowen

    3. Goorge W. Wooten: Born abt. 1800
    Married Mar. 5, 1820 Floyd Co., KY
    Spouse Mary "Polly" Bannister

    4. Rebecca Wooten: Born 1804 KY
    1st Spouse: Nathan Blevins
    Date: Jan. 30, 1824 Floyd Co., KY
    2nd Spouse: Berry Pack
    Date: Feb. 9, 1840 Lawrence Co., KY

    5. Silas G. Wooten: Born 1804 OH
    1st spouse: Sarah Adams
    Date: July 2, 1821 Floyd Co., KY
    2nd Spouse: Keziah Ward
    Date: 1827 Floyd Co., KY
    3rd Spouse: Julina "Julia" Chapman
    Date: 1833 Lawrence Co., KY

    6. Elizabeth Wooten
    1st. spouse: John Anderson
    Date: Dec. 5, 1814 Floyd Co., KY
    2nd possible spouse: Jesse Bradley
    Date: Jan. 13, 1818 Floyd Co., KY

    7. Thomas Alfred Wooten: Born Aug. 1, 1808 VA
    Died 1880 Wayne Co., WV
    1st Spouse: Sarah Jane Castle
    Married Aug. 1, 1827 Lawrence Co., KY
    2nd Spouse: Mariah Chapman

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    2nd Family:

    ?Thomas Whootan, III b. abt. 1760 died bef. 1820 NC. He was married to Anne Unknown b. 1776 NC died after 1850 IN?.

    Children:

    1. Levi (W)ooten: Born Nov. 10, 1798 NC
    Married: Aug. 9, 1820 Floyd Co., KY
    Died : 1854 Clay Co., IL
    Spouse: Alpha Omega Taylor

    2. Nancy (W)ooten: Born 1801 NC
    Married Dec. 27, 1817 Floyd Co., KY
    Died after 1850
    Spouse : Alexander Coleman

    3. Jordan (W)ooten: Born Jan. 28, 1803 NC
    Married 20 April 1823 Pike Co., KY
    Died 1850 IN
    Spouse: Dorcas Williamson

    4. Silas P. (W)ooten: Born abt. 1805 NC
    Married Feb. 12, 1827 Pike Co., KY
    Died after 1830
    Spouse: Elizabeth Williamson

    After Anne's first husband died in NC, she later married John Stotts abt. 1810 in Surry Co., NC and moved to the Tug River Valley and had additional children with him also. Afterwards, Anne and her children including Levi, Nancy & Jordan were living in Indiana by 1840. Her son Silas P. was already deceased by then and his children remained behind in the Tug River Valley with his widow who later remarried. While Anne and her children were all in Indiana by 1840, the children of the revolutionary war veteran Silas P. Wooten & Phoebe Worth remained in the Tug River Valley. This obviously suggests they were two seperate families since they both eventually lived so far apart.

    Regards,

    Dorsey Jude, Jr.
    (JudeofOh@aol.com)




    Father: William Wooten , Rev. b: ABT 1720

    Marriage 1 Phoebe Worth b: ABT 1765
      Children
      1. Has Children Thomas Alfred Wooten
      2. Has No Children Rhoda Wooten

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