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1  BLAND, Jane (I2680)
 
2  DARWIN, Erasmus (I3126)
 
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1860: Census - South Carolina - York District - Gilly Darwin (widow)

Other Primary Sources

* John B. Darwin's widow, Gilly, bought much of the estate of her son Elnathan: 1855: Estate Settlement of Elnathan Darwin
 
SANDLIN, Gilly (I2700)
 
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1930 Census: SC [Cherokee Co., Limestone twshp] HoH 'Lizzie Green' (46), born NC, both parents born NC, no occupation;
+ son James Green (23) "truck driver"
+ Francis Green (?daughter-in-law, aged 21)
+ daughter Estelle Darwin (21)
+ son Edward Green (17)
+ daughter May Green (16)
+ daughter Faye Green (14)
+ grandson John Darwin (6)
+ grandson 'Billie' Darwin (4 9/12)
+ granddaughter Dorothy (3 10/12)
+ grandson Charles (1 10/12) 
BUCHANAN, Lizzie Vashti (I3105)
 
5
See also essay by Terry Cowan:
Notes on the Cowan Family of the Carolinas
 
COWAN, Mary (I2682)
 
6
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1850: Census - Arkansas - Phillips County

 
DARWIN, 4.083 George C. (I3764)
 
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1850: Census - Alabama - Chambers County
1860: Census - Alabama - Chambers County

 
HARRINGTON, 4.140 William Darwin (I2483)
 
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1850: Census - Alabama - Marengo County
1860: Census - Alabama - Greene County

 
HARRINGTON, 4.138 Rachel Matilda (I2477)
 
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1850: Census - Alabama - Pickens County - A.P. Guyton

* Nancy M. (Darwin) Guyton is a named beneficiary of the 1852 Will of her father, John Bland Darwin 3.33.

 
DARWIN, 4.168 Nancy M. (I2723)
 
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1850: Census - South Carolina - Spartanburg District
1860: Census - South Carolina - Spartanburg District
1870: Census - South Carolina - Spartanburg District
1880: Census - South Carolina - Spartanburg District - David is a widower, living with 'deaf and dumb' daughter Sarah

* David Chamblain, husband of Cynthia A. Darwin is a named beneficiary of the 1852 Will of his father-in-law, John Bland Darwin 3.33.

 
DARWIN, 4.164 Cynthia Arian (I2721)
 
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1850: Census - Tennessee - Franklin County



 
DARWIN, 4.147 Jane (I2854)
 
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1850: Census - Texas - Titus County

 
DARWIN, 4.081 John Cowan (I3762)
 
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1860: Census - South Carolina - Spartanburg District
1870: Census - South Carolina - Spartanburg District - Benjamin Wofford remarried.

 
DARWIN, 4.173 Amanda E. (I2732)
 
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1860: Census - Texas - Brazos County



* Obituary notice in the Waco Daily Examiner (16 December 1881): "George W. Darwin, 49, died Dec. 14 at his residence on North 4th, of malaria."  
DARWIN, 4.102 George W. (I1620)
 
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1860: Census - South Carolina - York District 
SMARR, 4.181 John Darwin (I1755)
 
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1860: Census - Tennessee - Franklin County
 
DARWIN, 4.145 John Powell (I2852)
 
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Census Returns

1850: Census - Tennessee - Rhea County in household of Thomas C. Darwin
1860: Census - California - Fresno County
1870: Census - California - Fresno County
1880: Census - California - Sonoma County

Notes

Obituary notice appeared in the 5 April 1890 of the Sonoma County Tribune (Healdsburg - Weekly Publication):

Santa Rosa, March 28, 1890, A.M. DARWIN, native of Tennessee, aged 69y 3m 12d.

24 April 1890 issue of the same publication noted that Martha J. Darwin was appointed administrator of his estate

 
DARWIN, 4.035 Andrew Mitchell (I3704)
 
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CSA Compiled Service Summary:

* Enlisted 18 March 1862 as a Private in Company D, 1st Battalion Light Artillery Regiment Alabama, at Choctaw County by Lt. Campbell; term of enlistment, 3 years or the war. $50 enlistment bounty paid.
* Present on Muster Rolls from 23 April 1862 to 30 April 1864.
* Muster Roll for period 28 February 1863 to 30 April 1863 notes: To forfeit one months pay by sentence of Court Martial.
* Muster Roll of 31 October 1863 to 31 December 1863 notes: Detached service at Fort Morgan Dec. 19 1863.
* Muster Roll of 31 December 1863 to 29 February 1864 notes: Transfd to Co. F Jany 1 1864.
* Muster Roll of 1 April 1864 gives location: Fort Morgan
* Muster Roll of 29 February 1864 to 30 April 1864 notes: Transferred to 29 Ala Vols


The Compiled Service Record does not extend beyond this transfer. From other secondary sources, we know that the 29th Alabama Regiment (brigaded with the 17th and 21st Alabama, and the 37th Mississippi, under the command of Brig.Gen James Cantey) had been stationed near Mobile since July 1863. In April 1864 (at the time of Pendleton Gaines Darwin's transfer into the unit), the brigade was ordered to join General Joseph E. Johnston's Army of Tennessee. Marching first to north Alabama, the brigade was added to Lt. Gen. Polk's Corps, and reached Rome, Georgia, by 1 May 1864.

On 5 May 1864, the unit was marched to Resaca, Georgia, with orders to hold that position, and was involved in some skirmishing there. On 28 July 1864, at the Battle of Ezra Church, nearly half the regiment were casualties. The regiment also sustained severe losses on 30 November 1864 at the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee. Few of the regiment survived to the surrender in 1865.

 
DARWIN, 4.036 Pendleton Gaines (I3705)
 
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CSA Service

3rd Louisiana Infantry

17 May 1861 - enlisted at New Orleans as pvt in Co. B, 3rd Louisiana Infantry (Capt. R.M.Hinson) for 1 year

10 August 1861 - listed missing following Battle of Wilsons Creek, Missouri)

7 October 1861 - discharged at Camp Jackson (surgeon's certificate of disability)

9th Texas Infantry

7 November 1861 - enlisted at Galveston in Co. K., 9th Texas (Nichols)

9 Nov 1861 - 31 Dec 1861: muster roll, present

Jan-Feb 1862: muster roll, present

24 April 1862: absent, furlough: "Enlisted"

Waul's Legion (Texas)

9 April 1862: enlisted Waul's Legion (Texas) for 3 years

10 July 1862: medical discharge (epilepsy, from injury falling from horse): 1862: Medical Discharge (CSA) - James Darwin

Also in 9th Texas: nephew Thomas Howard Darwin (5.339), son of Reuben Darwin
 
DARWIN, 4.098 James W. Jr. (I1615)
 
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CSA: Company B, 12th South Carolina Volunteers

Summary of Surviving Muster and Payrolls:


Year Date
1862 7 Jan 1862 Enlisted
1862 Jan/Feb Muster: present
1862 29 Sept 1862 POW and Paroled Warrenton
1862 Oct Return: Deserted 30 Aug 1862
1862 Nov/Dec Muster: Absent (AWOL, then sick since 30 Aug 1862)
1863 Jan/Feb Muster: Deserter
1863 Mar/Apr Muster: Restored to duty by Court Martial
1863 April Return: Sick at Yorkville SC
1863 12 Aug 1863 (Missing since Falling Waters)
1863 14 Jul 1863 Captured at Falling Waters MD
1863 23 Jul 1863 POW at Old Capitol Prison DC
1863 Jul/Aug (Missing since Falling Waters)
1863 3 Aug 1863 POW at Old Capitol Prison DC
1863 8 Aug 1863 POW sent to Point Lookout MD
1863 Sept/OCt (Missing since Falling Waters)
1863 Nov/Dec (Missing since Falling Waters)
1864 Jan/Feb Muster: absent, captured FW 14 July
1864 Mar/Apr Muster: absent, paroled prisoner
1864 3 Mar 1864 Paroled at Point Lookout MD
1864 Apr/Aug Muster: present (due bounty $50)
1864 Sept/Oct Muster: present (due bounty $50)
1864 Nov/Dec Muster: present (due bounty $50)
1865 9 April 1865 Paroled at Appomattox



* 14 July 1863: Captured at battle of Falling Waters, Maryland.
* 9 August 1863: Arrived Washington, Old Capitol Prison. Subsequently transferred to Point Lookout POW Camp, Maryland
* 3 March 1864: Exchanged, and returns to the 12th SCV
* 9 April 1865: Surrenders at Appomattox

 
DARWIN, 4.177 Elsey Sandlin (I2739)
 
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CSA: Company H, 47th Virginia Infantry: records under name "Dervin"

Admitted to Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond, Virginia, on 11 May 1862, died 19 May 1862, "typhoid fever." (NARA: Confed. Arch. Chap 6, File 78, p. 63).

 
DURVIN, 4.124 James F. (I3822)
 
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NARA (Roll M324 - Compiled Service Records - Confederate) records:

* Benjamin F. Durvin, aged 40 years, enlisted Co. D., 1st Battalion Virginia Infantry Local Defense (Capt. Henry Fitzgerald's Company - Ordnance Department Battalion), at Richmond, Virginia, on 17 June 1863 (mustered in 18 June). Joined for duty: "Carbine Factory, Richmond" for "Period: Residence in the City."
* Muster Roll (1 December 1864): present.
* Muster Roll (19 January 1865: 1 October-31 December 1864): 3rd Sergeant, present. "Detailed to C.S.Armory." 
DURVIN, 4.129 Benjamin Franklin (I3827)
 
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Obituary notice for Lucy (Absher) Darwin in the Waco Daily Examiner (18 May 1882):


"Mrs. Lucy Darwin, wife of Overton Darwin, died May 17 at her residence on South 6th. Funeral from the residence today, Dr. B. H. Carroll officiating."


 
DARWIN, 4.101 Overton H. (I1618)
 
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1860: Census - Alabama - Jackson County In household of his father-in-law, Sevier Bolton.

 
DARWIN, 4.155 George Washington (I2864)
 
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1880: Census - Texas - Cooke County

 
DARWIN, 4.151 Elizabeth (I2858)
 
26
We do not know which William Darwin was the witness, either the son of James or the son of John 
Source (S30)
 
27
Website: Historical Center of York County 
Repository (REPO3)
 
28 "Capt. (Humphrey) Barnett" was also one of James' brother John's commanding officers in militia service; it would seem likely, though cannot be absolutely demonstrated, that the Darwin brothers undertook some of their respective periods of militia service together.

Hugh T. Harrington notes on "General Henderson":

William Henderson is listed in Moss (2: Patriots, p. 436.) 1748-1788, As Lt. Colonel he was taken prisoner at the fall of Charleston, exchanged in November 1780 he was transferred to the 1st Regiment January 1, 1781. Sept 1781 he was promoted to Colonel. He served to the close of the war and during 1781 and 1782 he was a brigadier general of SC State troops.

 
Source (S29)
 
29 "dropsy of heart" PETTY, 5.267 Sarah (I4253)
 
30 "Elizabeth V. Green" buried at Pitman Cemetery, Henson Creek NC: dates b. 2 April 1881m d. 31 Aug 1969" BUCHANAN, Lizzie Vashti (I3105)
 
31 "gravel-wagon accident" DARWIN, 7.1301 Faye (I10037)
 
32 "inflammation of the brain" TATE, 5.574 James (I4754)
 
33 "Jane Darwin Smarr, Jan. 25, 1797-June 5, 1856" DARWIN, 3.34 Jane (I2701)
 
34 "killed" DARWIN, 6.1637 Benjamin (I0751)
 
35 "knife wound" DARWIN, 7.1307 Bill (I10043)
 
36 "lockjaw" PETTY, 5.268 Mary Jane (I4254)
 
37 "Locust Hill" GRASTY, Laura Lee (I0035)
 
38 "Vogel/Anthony Cemetery" (location unknown) MONTGOMERY, Jessie Jackson (I4488)
 
39 $36.66 Annual Allowance WARD, 3.01 John (I3560)
 
40 'Chenoweth Massacre': 1789 CHENOWETH, Richard (I12507)
 
41 'consumption' DARWIN, 5.150 Mary Euphama (I1264)
 
42 'Jefferson Davis' (Hudson Strode) p.96 fnte
Margaret Taylor of Annapolis  
TAYLOR, Margaret (I0080)
 
43 1 AM PRICE, Catherine (I12290)
 
44 1 AM PRICE, Annie Persis (I12288)
 
45 1 November 1922, applied for CSA widow's pension  PILGRIM, Sarah Ann (I2740)
 
46 1 PM PRICE, Sarah Anne (I12287)
 
47 12 Noon. PRICE, Blodwen (I12292)
 
48 1716: with Gov. Alexander Spotswood, explores Blue Ridge (Knights of the Golden Horseshoe)  TAYLOR, James (I2313)
 
49 1841 Census:Wiltshire (Downton) Aged 70, "Ag. Lab." (born Wiltshire), with wife Sarah, aged 65 (born Wiltshire)
 
DEAR, John (I3416)
 
50 1850 Census: KY [Union County] Head of Household, aged 36, occupation "Carpenter," born in Virginia, with wife Jane C. and four children (aged 2 to 10). Also in household is "Jno Greenfield", 36-year old "stone cutter" born in Ireland.

1860 Census: TN [Johnson County] Head of Household, aged 46, occupation "Mill Wright", born in Virginia, with wife Jane C. and five children (aged 7 to 19).

1870 Census: SC [York Co., Bullocks Creek] Head of Household, aged 56, occupation "Farmer", with wife Jane C., no children, and another family: illegible Childers (aged 45, "house Keeper"), James Childers (aged 17, "Farm laborer"), and Elvira Childers (aged 13)

1880 Census: NC [Granville Co., Oak Hills] [HoH James Chandler, son-in-law, married to eldest daugher Angelina] aged 66, occupation "machanic", with wife Jane C.; born in Virginia, and both parents born in Virginia.

1900 Census: NC [Granville Co., Sassafras Fork] [HoH James Chandler, son-in-law] aged 86, with wife Jane C.; born in Virgina, states father was born in 'England' and mother in 'Virginia'


 
KIDD, William J. (I2850)
 

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