This Text File was put together from emails sent to me (SnoopyNut & JenkNews). The information was received from others researching the JENKINS name! I hope that by combining all of this info you will be able to locate a cuz or two . If you find that any email addresses are incorrect (other than those already noted) please let me know, so I may make a correction. If you would like to add your JENKINS info to this file, please send me email at "JenkNews@aol.com". Happy Hunting, Tammy :- ****************************************************************************************** FROM: SnoopyNut@aol.com My Jenkins are mostly in Smith Co, TN. Coming from NC. Other surnames included within the family are: BOSTON, WITCHER, PACK, GOAD and PARKHURST. ************************** FROM: Search4Kin@aol.com Margaret JENKINS, born 22 May 1674, Pembrokeshire, Wales, died 17 Jan 1728, dau. of William and Elizabeth (Griffith) Jenkins of Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales. William was born circa 1648 and died 7 Apr 1712 in Pennsylvania. William also had a son Stephen who died 1761 in Pennsylvania. *************************** FROM: Samsa@ix.netcom.com Susannah Jenkins, b SC, 29 Dec 1830; d. AR 29 Apr 1896. m. Calhoun Co AL, 6 Sep 1846, Rev John J Bullington. Rev S G Jenkins and Col Y B Jenkins somehow related. Resided Talladega Co, AL *********************** FROM: BJFaught@aol.com My mother has always told me we had Welch lines. My Jenkins ar Maj. RH Jenkins and daughter Julia Blanche Jenkins from Charleston, SC. Maj. prob born around 1800-1820, Julia prob born around 1830's. Jan ******************************* FROM: Linamoon@aol.com Hi, more Jenkins heard from: Somerset County, Maryland. Littleton Jenkins m. Betsy ? d in 1815 children: William Jenkins of age in 1834 Richard - eldest Archibald m. Eliza Malone, widowed by 1834 Eliza of age in 1834, m. George Fields Elizabeth, m. Josiah Crockett, oa age in 1834 Martha, m. Asa Price --------------------------------------------- Richard Jenkins, eldes son of Littleton, m. Susan (Sukey) Sutton, children: Fielder Jenkins Littleton, b. ca 1818 Richard E, b. ca 1820 Wesley, b. ca 1825 Addison, b. ca 1830 Maranda Caroline, b. ca 1826 These are not my line, I have no Jenkins ancestors. Archibald Jenkins is in my family Bible and we did a little research on him. Good Luck to all. If you have a Crockett, Sutton, Malone in your line let me know. ************************ From: JillWbells@aol.com I'm a Jenkins researcher -- just beginning. Would be willing to share info I have - Jenkins family in Pennsylvania, Missouri area. Here's a start to the Jenkins names that I have: I. David Jenkins m. Margaret Rees(?) (emigrated from Wales before 1700). Children: John Jenkins, b.1711 in Windsor, Pennsylvania II. John Jenkins married Rebecca Meredith about 1730 in Windsor, Pennsylvania. Settled in 1733, in Conestoga Valley in Carnarvon township near Churchtown. Was the first settler there. Children: David Jenkins, b.July 2, 1731 John Jenkins, b.September 24, 1732, m. Elizabeth Douglas of Douglasville, Pa. Oct. 30, 1770. Margaret Jenkins, b.August 14, 1735; d. October 4, 1735 George Jenkins, b.December 14, 1736. Daughter Mary. William Jenkins, b.September 29, 1738, married Mary, daughter of Rev. Samuel Blair. Jenkin Jenkins, b.April 24, 1741, d. August 17, 1759 Rebecca Jenkins, b.January 13, 1742; married David or John Morgan of Morgantown, Pa. Joseph Jenkins, b. January 30, 1745; married Sarah Morgan daughter of General Jacob Morgan of Morgantown. Benjamin Jenkins, b.September 28, 1747, d. August 4, 1759 III. John Jenkins - Elizabeth Douglas Mary Jenkins, b.7/28/1774, married Peter Trego, died in Chester County, Pa., 9/5/1841, buried at Waynesburg George Jenkins, b.8/30/1776 William Jenkins, b.6/27/1778, died in Lancaster County, 11/23/1834, buried in Bangor churchyard. Never married. John Jenkins, b.9/8/1780, d.8/15/1795 Rebecca Jenkins, b.10/10/1782, married Thomas Morgan, settled and resided in Venango County, Pa. Andrew Jenkins, b.10/25/1785, d.8/9/1787 Elizabeth Jenkins, b.11/16/1787, married Isaac McCalmont. Died in Chester County. Hannah Jenkins, b.2/15/1790, d.8/11,1795 I have lots more names - don't know which branch to take. Let me know if anyone is interested. Jill ************************* From: DianeK9033@aol.com I'm afraid my JENKINS are few and are at the daughtering out point. For what it's worth, this is what I have. Nancy C. JENKINS, b. abt. 1820, m. 18 NOV 1838 in Scituate, Plymouth County, MA to William G. LITCHFIELD, b. 11 APR 1815. also: Sarah JENKINS, b. 15 NOV 1653, Isle of Edwards, England, d. in MA. married 1626, Greenwich, Kent, England to George Lewis, b. 3 AU 1600, England. ******************************** From: VCATLETT@aol.com Hi everyone! I am one of the Jenkins clan too and I'm stuck. I am looking for a Thomas Jenkins, born around 1821 somewhere in Virginia. Came to Mississippi (possibly by way of Georgia), married around 1850 and settled in Attala County, Mississippi. Listed on 1860 census with wife Rachel (Box) Jenkins and five children. 1870 census shows wife and six children (last one born in 1864) but Thomas is not there (civil war casualty maybe?). Can't find a military record and no other information about prior generations is known. Six children were: John Wesley (b. 1851), Robert P (b. 1852) ., James M. (b. 1854) , Henry Richard (b. 1856) , Mary Frances (b. 1860) (married into a McGary family) and Martha L. ( b. 1864) (married into a Stewart family). Male children remained in Mississippi (Choctaw and Webster counties) except for Henry Richard who seems to have disappeared. Martha remained in Mississippi while Mary Frances eventually settled in Heber Springs, Arkansas. Any help would be greatly appreciated and I will gladly share any Jenkins info I have gathered along the way. ************************************* From: DORMW@aol.com (as of 11 Feb 1996 this screen name was "unkown user") My Jenkins started out in Wales, then came to Virginia, then settled in Indiana. ********************* From: Mar523@aol.com I am not a Jenkins descendant - my interest in family is in sorting out the children of my ancestor Moses Vincent Ashworth whose second wife was Elizabeth Davis Jenkins, widow of Joseph Jenkins who d. about 1815 in Smith Co. TN. Moses' first wife, Jincey Muse, was mother of my ancestor Thomas Vincent Muse b. 1812 - am trying to figure out 1820 & 1830 census records and see if there were other children from the marriage. This isn't line I have done much work on, but have found the following which may be of help to another Jenkins researcher: Smith Co. TN records (May term 1815) show that Eliza H. Jenkins appointed adm'x of estate of Joseph Jenkins, entered bond with WM. MORES, JAMES JENKINS & Wm. SMITH. Inventory of Joseph Jenkins taken included 136 acres of land on Mulherrin Creek and misc. items. 1816 - Eliza Jenkins, as adm'x of Joseph Jenkins, purchased from Smith BELOTE 59 acres on Mulherrin Creek. Same info is in deed registered 10 Dec 1817 of Smith Belote to JOHN D. JENKINS, heir of Joseph. Am a bit confused by the latter deed since records show John D. Jenkins was still minor in 1818.... 1818 - Smith Co. Court Minutes - Motion of Eliza Ashworth, formerly Eliza Jenkins, ordered that jury lay off and set apart dower of Eliza, widow of Joseph Jenkins. Nov court minutes - Moses Ashworth appointed guardian of JOHN D. JENKINS, minor. In 1829, Moses moved his family to Posey Co. - don't know if John D. Jenkins also moved to IN. One curious note, Moses & Elizabeth had a son born 1829 and named him Joseph Jenkins Ashworth.... Hope this info may be of help to someone... If you come across anyone researching John D. Jenkins in TN or KY, would love to have birth year for him.... ****************************** From: Bardesfay@aol.com My Jenkins connection is late 1700s in Philadelphia. The name is Sarah Jenkins, wife of Revolutionary General Josiah Harmar. I believe her father is Stephen, but that's all I can find. ************************ From: Jennie1905@aol.com my Jenkins family stops with "Tony" Jenkins, my great grandfather. any of his predecessors (hope spelling is correct) are unknown to any of my family. My grandmother (his daughter-in-law) says that the only thing we know about him is that he was found as a stowaway teenager aboard a cargo ship in Mobile, AL. Whether this is true, I don't know. He claimed to have family in Cuba, AL. My father and grandfather, Ralph Jenkins and William Tony Jenkins, were both born in Pearl River County Missisippi. **************************** From: Bashak@aol.com I don't have much info on my Jenkins family. This is all I have. My grandmother was born someplace in PA. Her name was Daisy Viola Jenkins (b. 1886) and she married 1st Elmer Bliss Forsyth (about 1906) in Bayard, Grant Co., WV and 2nd his brother, James Russell Forsyth. Daisy's parents were both born in PA. They were John B. and Mary (maiden name unknown) Jenkins. They may have been around the Alleghany Co., PA area I'm not sure. Any help will be greatly appreciated. ************************** From: Sande3@aol.com So far my jenkins line includes: Charles Ross Jenkins, b. Bristol England 6/18/1886; d. McMurray, WA 7/12/1919. Mother's maiden name: Miller. Believe came to West Coast in late 1800s, early 1900s, settling in Skagit Valley, Washington. At time of death was head fireman for ATlas Lumber Co. mill at Lake McMurray, Washington. Killed (on the job( instantly when a discharge valve exploded, forcing a pipe to projectile into his temple. Was survived by wife, Pearl Josephine (LaFlamme) Jenkins and six children, to wit: Freida W., born 3/15/1911; Gordon Charles, born 5/11/13; Wilfred A. (Bud) [dob unknown]; Dorothy Marguerite, b. 11/12/15; Thomas Raymond, b. 11/25/16; Viola May, b. 5/1/19; and Earl Richard (born after his death on 2/8/20). Of these children, Freida may have had one child before dying at a young age in Montana; Gordon had 6 children (and 25+ grandchildren; plus numerous great grandchildren), and died in 1989; Dorothy had three children; Thomas no children; Viola had 3 children; and Earl had no children. Alan Jenkins, who on 7/30/1913 lived at 14 Lilymead A. Knowle Bristol, brother of Charles Ross Jenkins. "Mab" Jenkins is either the wife Alan Jenkins or sister of Alan and Charles Jenkins. Unknown if there were any other brothers/sisters or if Alan Jenkins had any children. Gordon Jenkins known to say "Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines"....[the one who fed his horse on corn and beans] was his grandfather or great grandfather, or something like that. Unknown if true. Because of the untimely death of Charles, and with my father being of such a young age when he died, we know little to nothing about the Jenkins line and would like to find out more. Sande3@aol.com -or- sande@pacifier.com ********************************* From: CPAESPANA@aol.com My family are from the Albert Jenkins family from RI ************************************ From: ValStap@aol.com The Jenkin's line that I am researching is from Oklahoma. ******************************** From: Findme123@aol.com My Jenkins branch is of Cumberland Co, VA. It begins with a Joseph Hull Jenkins md to a Joanna 1760-s through his children: Wyatt Jenkins - probably an attorney William Jenkins- mentions he is from Teurpee Obediah Jenkins- "Obed" md Elizabeth McGinnis of Cumberland Co., VA in May 1815 Nancy Ann Jenkins - md Lawrence Anderson of Cumberland Co, VA Sep 24, 1806 Phebe Jenkins - md Charles Robinson of Cumberland Co, VA by 1823 possible a Joseph Jenkins Jr. I have learned the above from the will of Joseph Hull Jenkins Sr dated Nov 24, 1823 Nancy Ann Jenkins above is my direct descendant. ***************************** From: Dgteach@aol.com These Jenkins are elusive. My g-g-grandmother was Elizabeth Jenkins. The only info I have about her came from her obituary. Born May 1814 Culpepper, VA Died April 17, 1892 Whitley Co IN Her mother died when she was two. Probably in VA. She married Jonathan Shoemaker born in Somerset Co PA. Probably in PA or Deleware Co OH. ******************************* From: Jjemmett@aol.com My Jenkins line goes back to Thomas Jenkins born in Tynant, Llangwyryfon, Cardiganshire, Wales. He owned an 80 acre farm called Gilfachgoed, TyNant. His wife, Elizabeth Jones was born in Llanilar. They married 6-2-1813 in St. Ursula parish and had 3 children:(1)David b. 7-4-1816 married Catherine Davies, (2) Ann married Evan Isaac, (3) Catherine -never married. Ann and Evan had one daughter named Jane. David emigrated to Pittsburgh, Pa. in 1837. He and Catherine had 6 children. Catherine and 3 of the children died during the Black Plague. David brought the other 3 children down the Ohio River on a raft with another group of Welshmen, and settled in Gallia County, Ohio. He married Jane Hughes in Perry Township, Ohio and had 6 children (1 died at birth) Children of David and Catherine: Abraham, Elizabeth, Margaret Children of David and Jane Hughes: Mary Jane, Ann, Esther, Gomer T. Most of the descendants of these children, including myself still live in Ohio, although some live in Virginia and West Virginia. Abraham was my great grandfather. Most of my research right now is centered on tracing back beyond Thomas Jenkins in Wales. *********************** From: Jjemmett@aol.com Ohio 1850's to present Pennsylvania 1836 to 1850's Wales prior to 1836 ************************* From: JJenk1270@aol.com (brother is RJENK1964@aol.com) I am looking for the Father, mother, brothers, sisters etc. of Cornelius Jenkins. (1806-1882) (Married Elizabeth Carey) They had several offspring: Livonia Jenkins (1830-1847), Sarah Jane Jenkins (1832-1892), William Louvis Jenkins (1834-?), Otho M. Jenkins(1837-1862) Mary Arbella Jenkins (1840-1925), Asaba Jenkins (1843-?), Henry Jenkins (1844-1917), Romancy Jenkins (1847-?) Cornelius may have been from Maryland, but think his Father was from Virginia. Cornelius may have had a brother named Otho also. Cornelius lived in Illinois later in life. Any help is appreciated!!!! Jerry E Jenkins 1270 Timber Oaks Court Plainwell, MI 49080 ****************************** From: Susan von@aol.com William Jenkins-born abt. 1826 MS. Married Susan unknown-born abt. 1834 TN. (Nine known children) 1860 & 1870 in Calhoun Co., MS: *************************** From: Jimsansr@aol.com My branch of the Jenkins family goes back to Scotland (Grandmother Paton) and to England (Grandfather John Alexander Stirling Jenkins). They moved into Cabin Creek W. Va. My Father James Ion was born there and I was born in Charleston in 1934. My Grandfather had about 7 brothers and sisters so I can look at a pretty good data base in England. ******************************* From: Findme123@aol.com Cumberland Co, VA 1790- 1840 ****************************** From: JoeK897843@aol.com John Clounbas (may be Columbas) Jinkins married Casey Fitchgiarla (may be Fitzgerald). John was born in 1840 in Kentucky and Casey in 1839 in Ireland. Children: Joseph William Jeamer or Jeames Elder Harney married Annie Larene Isaacs John Cloninbar (may be Clounbas or Columbas) Annie Marier Mary Luscendy Sarah Alice, born 1874 in Missouri, died 1948, married in 1890 in Kentucky to James Ervin Isaacs Allie Rice I also have some that I am sure are Jenkins: 1. Virginia F."Jennie" Jenkins born 1872, died 1947 in GA, married William J. Hulsey, born 1869 in GA, died 1956 in GA, married in GA in 1893. 2. Sara Jenkins, born 1818 SC, died 1901 AL, married Josiah Nabors, born 1816 NC, died 1903 AL. Married in GA. 3. Audie Jenkins married Beulah Hulsey, probably abt 1930 in Arkansas. 4. John Jenkins, 1777-1844 married Penelope Thompson in 1813. son, James A. Jenkins, 1819-1896, married Martha A.J. Travis, 1830-1892, in 1845. son, James Benjamin Jenkins, 1857-1904 in Mississippi, married in 1895 to Antoinette Kaigler, 1876-1949 in Mississippi. Daughter, Aurelia Jamey Jenkins, born 1919 in AL, married William Henley Hulsey. 5. Martha Jenkins, born 1837, married Robert Henry Rodgers, 1837-1894 in Texas. I have an extensive data base (over 17000 entries) and will be happy to search my files and to share what ever information I have. Please keep me informed and thanks for including me in your project. Pat Keene E-mail Pat @ JoeK897843 or on CompuServe @ 71756,2334 or Prodigy @ NLCZ54A ********************************** From: Deedee1998@aol.com (as of 11 Feb 1996 this Screen name was "unknown user") My Jenkins moved from TN to Marshall, Tallahatchie and Tate Cos, MS. Prior to 1840 I am searching forJenkins slave owners in TN. They came to Marshall Co about 1840. They may in Pittsylvania prior to 1800. ************************** From: GJenk32888@aol.com Looking at two different lines of Jenkins---- Ancestors of William Jenkins who died in Smith Co. Tn. about 1807, think he came to Tn. from North Carolina. Ancestors of Obediah C. Jenkins and Littlebury Jenkins(father probably Anthony Jenkins) all in Prince Edward Co. Virginia in late 1700's. **************************** From: Martygrant@aol.com My JENKINS line is from Eastern North Carolina. I don't have them all the way back, but they were mostly in Onslow County, North Carolina from the 1730's until the mid 1800's. Some names were Osborne, Lewis, etc. I'll be glad to share any information on Onslow County JENKINS. ********************************* From: MY74012@aol.com I am searching for information on Steven W. Jenkins b. l890's in Baxter Co. Ark. His father's name was probably Joe or Arthur Joseph and his mother's name was Becky. There families may have originated in TN or KY. Any info you have would be helpful. I have not met anyone outside my mother's family named Jenkins, didn't know there were so many of us. I think you ideas are good. Thanks for your efforts. ******************************** From: FAWNSMOM@aol.com I am certainly interested in your plan to link the Jenkins family files. As far as I know, my sister and I are the only living decendants of the Jenkins family I am related to. I would be thrilled to find more. Frank Jenkins came to Philadelphia about 1904, from Bournemouth England. He was the youngest but one of nine children. My sister and I do not know the whereabouts of any of his siblings or their decendants. I will be happy to share the information I have. I'm interested in anything you may learn on Jenkins from Bournemouth in the early 's. *************************** From: Dixchas@aol.com I am happy to be included in your Jenkins file. I have two Jenkins lines, one paternal and one maternal. To the best of my knowledge they are not related. RICHARD JENKINS b 1797 VA d 1859 Sumter Co. AL name of first wife unknown second wife AMANDA MALVINA SWANN whom he md Apr 24,1844 one child Mary Susan Jenkins by this second marriage JOHN JENKINS b 1820 place unknown md SUSAN E SPAULDING (1/14/1822-4/28/1895 in Mercer Co. KY. c 1850 the family traveled by covered wagon to IND (possibly Marion Co.) In 1870 they were in Johnston Co. Mo. Later to Cass Co. Mo. There were said to have been 10 children but I can account for only 5. George Asa b KY Oscar Marion b IND Julius b IND Iris b IND Alice b IND ************************** From: PDCraft@aol.com I have very little on my JENKINS line, but here is what I have: Eunice F. JENKINS b 1841 in Queensbury, Warren, NY. She is the only child I know of Samuel JENKINS and Eliza MANLEY both born in NY. *************************** From: JBEG@aol.com My Jenkins have been hard to trace. I had a John and Sophia Jenkins in the Town of Monroe in the 1840 US Census for New York. The father was not listed in the 1850 US Census for New York, but I did find the wife Sophia and her children. I am not sure yet, but I think this Jenkins family may have been related to the Connecticut man, John Jenkins, who worked for the Susuquehanna Company and tried to settle the Wyoming Valley area in Pennsylvania in the late 1700s. When the Indians drove out the settlers, some of the Jenkins clan retreated into Orange County, New York. So this is my general area and time frame. Hope others have found more than I did. Thanks again for sharing. Jeff ****************************** FROM: JBEG@aol.com Have this Jenkins family to add: John Jenkins (1808-1848) Born in New York State, married in 1832 probably in Monroe, New York to Sophia _____ (1813-1858). She was also born in New York and died in Sands Creek, Delaware County, New York. Their children were: John Jenkins born 1833 Samuel Jenkins born 1834 Elizabeth Jenkins born 1836 Robert Jenkins born 1838 Martha Jenkins born 1840 Henry Jenkins born 1842 Amos Jenkins born 1843 Alice Jenkins born 22 Ocotber 1846 Tompkins, Delaware County, New York Ine Jenkins born 1847 There were several Jenkin family names in the town of Monroe, New York and some members buried there. I have not researched this line well, only Alice Jenkins who was my great greatgrand mother. Most of what I have so far has come from the US Census records, Alice Jenkin's death certificate, and cemetery records from Monroe. Hope this helps someone. Jeff *************************** From: JEDWRILEY@aol.com 1800's Trimble Co., KY and Jefferson Co., IN. Hunting ancestors and decendants of James B. Jenkins & Sarah (Handlon)Jenkins and children, James B., Mattheas Andrew, John William, Margaret E., Edward T., Hezakiah, Albert, Nancy Melissa and Charles Melvin. **************************** From: JPiche5911@aol.com Nathan Jenkins & family - b. ca 1751 in Bertie Co., N.C.; wife unknown; 11 children all born in Bertie; Family moves to Hopkins Co., KY Nathan d. ca 1823 William Jenkins b.1775 in Bertie Co.,N.C. son of Nathan; m. Amelia Harper on April 22, 1800 in Orange Co., N.C. Died 1881 in Clay, Webster, KY. ******************************** From: JADaven@aol.com John JENKINS b.Sept. 1856 in S. Wales. Married Martha ROSKELLY in 1886. Emigrated to Michigan in 1892. Worked in the iron mines of northern Minnesota until his death in 1914. ********************** FROM: HeyJoeHere@aol.com Maryland, 17 &1800's, Prince George's County, Particularly interested in ancestry of Archibald and Elizabeth Jenkins, whose daughter Mary was hanged for her alleged role in the Lincoln conspiracy. **************************** FROM: Airjenkins@aol.com James Jenkins Born Sept 26, 1758 and married Hannah Van gelder on May 19, 1784 in New York, New York. He died October 29, 1801 in Charleston, SC. He served i nthe revolutionary war. His children were: Susannah Jenkins born Aug 1, 1785 James Jenkins Born Jan 31, 1787 John Jenkins born July 1, 1790 William Jenkins born June 10, 1792 Joseph Jenkins born July 28, 1794 Sarah Jenkins Dec 6, 1796 Do any of these match anything you have? ************************** FROM: MAWVaughn@aol.com I am looking for any information on JENKINS that might have been in the area or related to: RACHEL JENKINS McCLAIN (she was married to Phillip McClain, possibly in KY?, they lived in Hendricks Co, Indiana at least in the following time period: 1829 to 1840 according to birth information of one of their children and 1830 & 1840 IN census information; I do not know Rachel's proven father/mother or any siblings; I do not know Rachel's date of birth, though her husband Phillip was born in 1799 and in the census data she is in the 10 year range younger than him - that is she could be born anywhere from the latter half of1800 up to the first half of 1810 to show such in the census; I don't even know for sure where/when Rachel died: one of her children's obits said she died when he was about 3 - that would have been 1839, but she seems to still be in the 1840 census; she is mentioned in one obit as dying in Hendricks Co, IN, but in an old history book, she is said to have died in Wapello Co. IA, but no record of her death could be found there!!! HELP!! anything might move me in the right direction here for Rachel's bd/bp, marriage, death date/place.) Also looking for information on: WILLIAM JENKINS: who was in the 1830 Hendricks Co. Indiana Federal Census; listed as in the age range 50-60; no idea who his wife was, his bp/bd, marriage, other children (am assuming Rachel is his daughter as Phillip and Rachel lived very close to William in Hendricks Co, IN); interested in any information AT ALL that might help here! *************************** FROM: BSpann1234@aol.com Looking for the ancesters of William Francis "Billy"JENKINS b. 1846 Pickens Co. SC married into the Fretwell family of GA ************************* FROM: SteveJ2432@aol.com I just started my research about six months ago and have gotten all my info from relatives and one cemetery in Hidenite, NC (near Taylorsville and Hickory). Evidently, my family line has been in that area for at least 200 years. I have gotten info back to around 1800 but have not been able to go any farther. We have a family reunion every summer in Taylorsville and I would like to put together a book to present to everyone there. I would appreciate any help and if I do have ties to some of the other researchers, I would be interested in joining the group that you talked about. **************** FROM: RAP2@aol.com I'm looking for info on Susan Emiline Jenkins, daughter of E.E. Jenkins and Mary Cox (of Indiana). She was born in the mid-1800's. They went to Oregon where she married Eugene E. Price. ************************* FROM: VCATLETT@aol.com Most of my line is in Mississippi. ******************************* FROM: Dgteach@aol.com My great-great grandmother was Elizabeth Jenkins b circa May1814 in Culpepper Co VA. From her obit, I know her mother died when she was two years old. She came to Ohio at some time where she m. Jonathan Shoemaker and settled in Whitley co IN. *********************** FROM: S Alafire@aol.com Sarah JENKINS m. Jonathan DOTSON (b & d unknown) his son was John DOTSON b. April 4, 1772 m. 1791 pro Fayette Co. Pa to Mary Ashcraft b. 1771 in Fayette Co. PA died aft 1850 PerryCo., IN. John d. Nov. 1, 1830 Perry Co., Indiana He was also in KY before coming to Indiana. ********************************* FROM: Jennie1905@aol.com After replying to your original letter, I have talked with my father. He wasn't sure about dates, but here it goes: William "Willie" George Jenkins, born in Stone Co. Mississippi about 1884 or 85. His father "Tony" Jenkins was found as a runaway on a boat in Mobile, AL. The man who foundhim, took him back to Mississippi where he married Missouri Davis. He was killed at the age of 28 in a logging accident, so we estimate that he was born during the Civil War. Apparently asister from Cuba, AL with the last name of Snellgrove came to visit him in Mississippi. We do not know if she was a half sister, or if Snellgrove was her married name. This is all that is known about "Tony" Jenkins. Thanks, Jennie Jenkins ************ FROM: RBWarren@aol.com Sorry, but this is the only information I have on this line of Jenkins. Florence was my GreatGrandmother. She was reported to be part Cherokee Indian. She and my Great Grandfatherlived in Western North Carolina, last in Brasstown (near Murphy), before moving to Maryville,Tn. I can not seem to find anything about her parents, etc. Florence Jenkins b: January 15, 1865 d: September 27, 1959 Maryville, TN +Thomas Clingman Carringer b: September 27, 1860 Madisonville, Tn d: August 25, 1944 Maryville, TN. Bob Warren RBWarren **************** FROM: RRAC 54@aol.com Check out the GEDCOM file in the file library under CARR/JENKINS/SHELDON. ***************** FROM: RLuigi@aol.com My fathers Paternal Great Grandmother was Emily A. JENKINS, b. Dec 1844 in Bath, Maine. She was the second daughter of William A. (b.~1817 MA) and Amanda J. (b.1825 ME) JENKINS. Their first daughter Mary A. JENKINS was born ~1847 in Massachusetts. Please let me know about your Jenkins News. Thank You, Elaine Bailey-Ricci **************** FROM: DianeK9033@aol.com Nancy C. JENKINS, b. abt. 1820, m. 18 NOV 1838, Scituate, MA to William G. LITCHFIELD, b. 11 APR 1815, Scituate, Plymouth County, MA Sarah JENKINS, b. 15 NOV ? (the date I had is an impossible 1653), Isle of Edwards, England,d. in MA, m. 1626, Greenwich, Kent, England to George Lewis, b. 3 AUG 1600, England, d. 3 MAR 1664, in MA. There children: George, Thomas, Mary, Thomas, James Jabez, Edward, John, Ephraim, Sarah, Nathaniel, Joseph, LEWIS (Several names were listed several times.) ------------------ Someone mentioned in a note to me that there was a JENKINS on the Mayflower who was a servant to Nathaniel Tilden and they he settled in this area of MA. Thats all I know so far. Thanks and keep up the good work, Diane *************** FROM: RAP2@aol.com E. E. Jenkins married Mary Cox. They had a daughter Susan Emiline Jenkins. I do not know where E.E. Jenkins was born, or when, but I believe both him and Mary were bornaround 1820-1830. Mary Cox was born in Indiana. At some time they went to Oregon where Susan married Eugene E. Price. They had a son Joseph Emanuel Price b. 6-12-1872 in Tillamook, OR. I'm guessing that E.E. Jenkins name may have been Emanuel. Here's why, I do knew that Joseph Price's paternal grandfather was named Joseph, maybe he was named after both grandfathers? I don't know when they went to Oregon, or if Susan had any brothers and sisters. I don't know much do I? Actually my father has more information but neither one of us canaccess it until late spring or early summer. Until then I'm taking shots in the dark. I appreciate your time and effort. thanks, Rob *********** FROM: TCynric@aol.com I'm descended from Charity Jenkins wife of Saul Parker, parents of David Parker (1761 / 1814) N.C., Revoultionary War, David was grandfather of Dan Parker(1819 N.C.) CSA KIA, VA. I have a lot on the Parker line and am trying to fill in the blanks on assoc families. Thanks again for your effort. TCynric - Tom Kendrick - 3515 Holly Dr - Denison, TX 75020 ********** FROM: wjenkins@peop.tdsnet.com My line begins with John about 1700 on Edisto Island, S.C. I have fairly complete records on Jenkins in this area as well as a complete Genealogy record by Webber who headed the S.C. Historical Society for a long time. My interest lie in the connections between the Jenkins of Beaufort Co and Collecton Co. *********** FROM: Katy9403@aol.com Okay. My information. I don't have a lot, but what I do have is detailed. My mother's maiden name was Dianna Lynn Jenkins. She has two brothers and a sister, Judith Ann, John Joseph, and Martin David. Mom and Uncle Marty were born in Baltimore, MD. Aunt Judy and Uncle John were born in Norton, VA. My grandfather, their father, is James Vernard Jenkins, b. Oct. 11, 1925 in Norton, VA. He has 5 brothers and 1 sister, Norris, Henry, Paul, Silas, Arthur, andNina. (That is not their birth order, but I really don't know what is.) They are the children ofJoseph Jenkins and Margaret Mossella Osbourne. All I know about my great-grandfather is thathe was adopted as a child. Since even he didn't know who his birth parents were, I have decided to trace his adoptive family. I do have some other information, such as birth dates, nicknames (none of them were ever called by their real names) and marriages, but I'm not sure if you need that, so I won't include it unless you ask for it. Hope I helped. ************** FROM: KLively@aol.com 1) Adam Jenkins b. c.1800, PA m. Jane McLure (b. c.1813, VA) to Indiana p.t.1832 Children : Alex b. c.1829, PA James b. c.1832, IN Rebecca b. c.1834, IN Nancy J. b. c.1837, IN Mary b. c.1839, Ripley County, IN Salema b. c.1843, Ripley Co., IN Isabel b. c.1845, Ripley Co., IN {These are *possible* ancestors of mine.... Trying to link to ...} 2) Cephas Jenkins b. 14 June 1823, PA m. Caroline Bruce c.1843, in IN d. 20 Dec 1896, IN Children : Lucinda Jane b. 13 Jan 1844, IN Elizabeth b. c.1846, IN Mary A. b. c.1850, Ripley County, IN Martha E. b. c.1853, Ripley Co., IN William Howard b. c.1860, Ripley Co., IN Stephen b. c.1865, Ripley Co., IN {and these are *definitely* my ancestors} Any info corroborating or contradicting this info would be greatly appreciated. Also, a link between 1 and 2 (Adam and Cephas) would be perfect! I suspect they may have been uncle and nephew or even father and son. In addition, any info on Pennsylvania, Indiana, and PA-to-IN Jenkins migrations would be welcome as well! Thank you very much! -Kurt *********** FROM: TLCHILL@aol.com I'm searching for my great-grandfather P.R.Jenkins (Pizarro Roe?). All I have is that he married Nancy Vany Haun on Dec. 28,1897 and had four children; Margaret Lee Jenkins: Eileen Jenkins: William Haun Jenkins: and P.R. Jenkins Jr. Margaret Lee married Jesse Oliver Witt May 10, 1920.(my line). P. R. Jenkins died October 11, 1916,have been told that he was in his fourties. I believe they lived in,or in the vicinity of Whitesburg, Tennessee. *********** FROM: DonPeacock@aol.com (Editors note: Don is seeking this info for a friend who is not online as of yet!) Ray Jenkins of Ft. Worth has the following information to submit seeking ancestors and siblingsof Russell Renneau Jenkins b 3.12.1846, Forsyth Co, GA Mother, Martha b 1807 SC maiden name unknown. Father's name James, we think. b SC year unknown, d 1848-1849. Russell had several brothers and sisters that were sent to family members at James death. One knownbrother, in 1850 Forsyth Co census, I.B. who died before 1860 census. *********** FROM: WABELL@aol.com Have (for starters) William "bill" Jenkins b 1814 Tennessee d ca 1859 in Arkansas m to Jane "Granny" McWhorter b 1818 in South Carolina d 1899, Grant Co., Arkansas. Their dau Susannah C. Jenkins b 1840 d 1864 in Arkansas m to Robert Hosea Carver b 1835 in Alabama d May 1902, Grant Co. Arkansas. Their dau Delilah Jane Carver b Feb 14 1864 Grant Co., Arkansas d March 31, 1957 in Gilgord, Hot Springs Co., Arkansas m to William Orville Bell b October 1859 in Tennessee d 1908 in Wyndotte Crossing, Arkansas. Their son Walter J. Bell b Jan 18, 1902 in Leola, Grant Co., Arkansas d May 7, 1965 in Houston, Harris Co., Texas m Donnie Louise Culp b September 19, 1906 in Beirne, Clark Co., Arkansas. Their son Walter J. Bell, Jr. b Jan 24, 1938 in Houston, Harris Co., Texas *********** FROM: RJENK1964@aol.com (brother is JJenk1270@aol.com) I've gotten back as far as my Great-Great Grandfather Cornelius Jenkins. He was born in VA, as was his Father and Mother, (County unknown) on 15 March, 1806. I think there may have been a brother Otho W. Jenkins, born in 1805 in VA, but haven't been able to prove it yet. Cornelius married Elizabeth Carey on 02 July, 1829 in Fairfield County OH, but I don't know when he moved there. In 1838 he showed up in Martinsville, IL as he had started a blacksmith shop there. Cornelius died on 31 August, 1882 (Location unknown) and is buried in the Martinsville City Cemetery. His wife Elizabeth died in Martinsville IL on 20 March, 1880 and is also buried in the Martinsville City Cemetery. Their children were as follows:
Livona             	B: 14 Apr 1830 (OH)   D: 23 Jan 1847 (IL)
Sarah Jane      	B: 23 Jul 1832 (OH)   D: 03 Jul 1892 (?)
William Louvis 		B: 24 Jan 1834 (OH)   D: (?)
Otho M.          	B: 02 Jun 1837 (OH    D: 16 Oct 1863(Civil War)
Mary Arbella    	B: 21 Dec 1840 (IL)   D: 04 Feb 1925 (IL)
Asaba (Agnes) 		B:        1843 (IL)   D: (?) (OH)
Henry              	B: 05 Aug 1844 (IL)   D: 01 May 1917 (OH) My G-Grandfather
Rosemary(?)    		B:        1847 (IL)   D: ???
Peter C.          	B: 03 Apr 1850 (IL)   D: 26 Mar 1877 (IL)
Viola               	B:         1854 (IL)  D: ???
If you need any additional information, let me know. Good luck with the Jenkins family. Ronald E. Jenkins *************** FROM: RJENK1964@aol.com (Editors note: Ron has TWO Jenkins lines ) I haven't done much research on this other line of Jenkins, but I'll send you what I have. My Grandfather, Edward Jenkins (B: 3 Feb 1872) married Cora Ellen Good (B:18 Sep 1875) on 18Oct 1893. Cora's maternal Grandmother was Ann G. Jenkins and her father was Jenkin Jenkins,but the only info I have on him was that he died on 5 Feb, ????. His wife Mary died on 29 Apr 1879. Their children were:
Thomas  	B: 04 Oct 1824
Margaret 	B: 16 Feb ????
Ann G.    	B: 23 Jun 1830
Dr. Daniel 	B: 26 Aug 1833
Elizabeth Jones B: 08 Nov 1836
John Samuel  	B: 17 Sep 1841
Margaret Jane  	B: 19 Aug 1844
David Jenkins  	B: 1848

Ann G. Jenkins Married William M. Williams on 12 Oct, 1849. Their first daughter Mary Alice Williams (B: 08 May 1851) married my Great Grandfather James Ellis Good on 11 May, 1871. And to this marriage, my Grandmother Cora Ellen was born.

FROM:  Tape Mom@aol.com

Henry Jenkins                   Ann(eliza) Weldon                    married- June 27,1841
b-1805 (poss. VA)               b-2/21/1802 Egg Harbor NJ            Egg Harbor, NJ?
d-?                             d-?
m-?                             m-Esther Robinson
f-?                             f-John Weldon

Hannah Jenkins                 Henry Jenkins                       Elizabeth Jenkins
b-1839 NJ                      b-1841 NJ                           b-1843 NJ
d-?                            d-?                                 d-?
sp-?                           sp-?                                sp-?

Rebecca M.(ann?) Jenkins                   Sarah B. Jenkins
b-1845 Ewings Neck, NJ                      b-1847 Ewings Neck, NJ
d-?                                                     d-?
sp-John Trout                                      sp-?

Rebecca M. Jenkins Trout is my Great-great grandmother I cannot find any birth records forHenry Jenkins. Most of my info came from census sheets and NJ state marriage records. Somewhere I found a Henry Jenkins from Virginia but have not been able to connect that one to my Henry. Hope the above info will be able to help someone out there. I also am looking for info on Ann eliza Weldon's parents John Weldon and Esther Robinson. both from PA ca.1766. Good Luck to all and Happy Hunting! Joann Tape Mom *************** FROM: JTaylor748@aol.com Strother Jenkins b ? married: 10 May 1837 Page County, Virginia to Julia Ann Knight. Married: 2 ? Martha [Unknown] had 14 children, seven by each wife. My ancestor is John Elza Jenkins b July 1849 Page County, m. 24 September 1872 Dorthea Adeline Stoneberger, b. August 1855. Their oldest son was William Walter Jenkins b, 5 June 1878 Page County; m. 6 November 1908, Madison County, Virginia, Mamie Etta Berry, b. 6 January 1883, Madison County, Virginia. If you need more info let me know, everything about this branch is sketchy. ************** FROM: JAS17@aol.com My Jenkinses so far: John Leonard (Lee) b. Texas, 1867 (son of Wm. and Mary, no dates) m. Mary Hazel (that's her last name) in Gainesville, TX 1889. Five sons: (John) Leonard, b 1891, Seth Thomas, b 1893, (James) Claude, b. 1895, (William) Lee, b. 1899, Clarence, b. 1901 -- all in Indian Territory, near Erin Springs, Chickasaw Nation. So I'm looking for descendants of any of the sons. My grandfather was Seth Thomas. Also, I hope to move in the ancestral direction if I can, looking for William and Mary, and seeing if I canfind any more of John Leonard (Lee) Jenkins's siblings. My query is -- can anyone tie their Jenkinses in Texas into mine? Thanks, JAS17 (Barbara Schenck) ************ FROM: GJhort@aol.com THANKS FOR THE EFFORT. MY JENKINS ROOTS ARE FROM SCREVEN CO, GA. TWO AUNTS MARRIED JENKINS MY GREAT GRANDMOTHER MARRIED ONE AND MY GGGRANDFATHER MARRIED ONE. SHE WAS POSSIBLY WAS DECENDED FROM THE JENKINS COUNTY JENKINS. ****************** FROM: kujawski@ac.marywood.edu Pa. 1866-1996. EVAN JENKINS - MARGARET WILLIAMS JENKINS. ***************** FROM: HAROLDQUIN@aol.com My 3G Grandmother, Anne Jenkins, b. 1782 d. 1858 m. Jacob Carpenter b. 1767 d. 1840. Anne Jenkins's Grandfather, Hugh Jenkins, came to NC from VA about 1750. He settled in what is now Gaston Co. NC. He was here with a bunch of other Jenkins that we think were his brothers. If you can help prove or disprove this it would be appreciated. These others are: Jesse, Edward, Ruben, Capt. John, Elijah and one with the unlikely name of Jenkins Jenkins. I have information on all these but am unable to prove that they were brothers. All seem to have come to NC from VA sometime in the 1700's. Most came first to Rowan Co., then moved to Lincoln Co. which is now Gaston Co. Any help or information will be appreciated. My line to JENKINS * ???? Jenkins . * Hugh Jenkins d.(1800) m. Mary ???? . . * Joseph Jenkins d.(1821) m. Elizabeth Hambright (1758 ABT) - (1821 ABT) . . . * Anne "Annie" Jenkins (1782) - (14-Aug-1858) m. (7-Feb-1805) Jacob "Blacksmith" Carpenter (1767) - (9-Jan-1840) . . . . * Ann Carpenter (25-Mar-1818) - (6-Aug-1856) m. (16-Nov-1835) Samuel Simpson "Squire" Black (18-Apr-1807) - (21-Oct-1882) . . . . . * Elsey E. Black (12-May-1845) - (27-Apr-1907) m. (31-Jan-1867) Mary E. Byrd (27-Nov-1841) - (10-Jan-1880) . . . . . . * Amanda Louella Black (16-Nov-1877) - (29-Dec-1934) m. (8-Apr-1902) Junius Cornelius Sipe (10-Dec-1880) - (20-Aug-1978) . . . . . . . * Daisy Bryte Sipe (31-Aug-1914) m. (15-Jun-1931) Evan Thomas Quinn (30-Jan-1914) - (9-Oct-1937) . . . . . . . . * C. Harold Quinn (19-Mar-1934) -m. (5-May-1957) Jean Carolyn Mason (14-Oct-1936) - ****************** FROM: Lesterjnks@aol.com Hi, I am trying to find a couple of Jenkins in my partner's family. One is Mason B. Jenkins who served in the 8th regiment, Vermont Volunteers. I do not know what part of VT he was born in. The other is a rumor in the family I have not been able to substantiate: a Jenkins who was supposedly the first governor of North Carolina. Any ideas? Please send info about your newsletter. Anything you may be looking for? Thanks, Lesterjnks ****************** FROM: GeneW1123@aol.com The Jenkins that I am searching for is Laban Jenkins born 1819 in N.C. died 1877 in Tn. He married Elizabeth Lewelling, born 1824 in Tn in 1840. She died in Tn in 1895. They both are interred in Sevier Co. Tn. ******************* DISCLAIMER: I cannot vouch for any of the E mail addresses here. These are about 4 years old at this time. Further, I cannot vouch for any of the data contained herein. 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