William Henry Castleberry, Il
|Birthplace:||Germantown, Philadelphia, PA|
|Death:||Died in Jackson, GA, USA|
|Place of Burial:||Jackson County, Georgia, United States|
Son of William Castleberry, I and Margaret Castleberry
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William Castleberry was born 1737 and died July 1813 in Jackson County, Georgia. Will probated in Jackson County, GA. He fought against the Regulators at the Battle of Alamauc in 1771
Parents: William Castleberry & Margaret Davis
- Sarah Martin, daughter of Ralph Martin of Londoun County, VA
- Lucretia Unknown (1775 - after 1850) (fn1)
children of William Castleberry and Sarah Martin:
- 4i. William Martin: b 1755, d 1837 in Hopkins County, KY.
- 4ii. Paul: b 1 Mar 1761 on the Tar River in N.C. (or VA), d 16 Jun 1841.
- 4iii. John Castleberry: b ca 1762. Lived in Spartanburg County, S. C. Left widow Mary who was in 1800 census with four daughters and in 1790 census with one son.
- 4iv. Henry Castleberry: b. ? d in 1806 in Clarke County, GA, (will probated in 1807).
- 4v. Thomas Castleberry: b. ca 1770.
- 4vi. David Castleberry, Sr.: b 1771 in N. C. He was in the 1805 land lottery of Jackson County, GA. A Revolutionary War pension application was made out on him by Mrs. Mary Barnes, widow of Jones Hill, a Revolutionary War soldier from TN. She was 51 years old on 3 March 1846 when she married David Castleberry, age 75. He died 12 June 1856 in Van Buren County, AR. He probably had a son, David.
The children of William and his second wife, Lucretia were:
- Odum: b ca 1800 and d 1838, he married Jane Henry in Lawrence County, AL, on 12 Aug 1823. They later moved to McNairy County, TN, where at least two sons and four daughters were born before 1840. Odum died in McNairy County before 1840. He is in the 1830 McNairy County census. Jane is listed in the 1840 census but not in the 1850 census.
- Mark: Born ca 1803, he was probably living in Lawrence County, AL, in 1820 with his mother. He is in the McNairy County, TN, census in 1830 and 1840 and in Tishomingo County, MS, in the 1850 census. He had four sons and four daughters born between 1825 and 1840. Some of them were: Thomas, Lucretia, Jane, Joseph, and Mark . William, age 20, in the 1850 Tishomingo County, MS, census may be an older son. Mark's first wife died. He married Rhoda Smith in Tishomingo County on 10 Mar 1850. Her brother, John S. Smith, married Nancy B. Castleberry in Tishomingo County on 25 July 1849. Nancy was the daughter of James and Elizabeth Castleberry making Mark's father, William, her great grandfather!
- Isaac: Born ca 1814. Was also undoubtley in Lawrence County, AL, in 1820 with his mother. He migrated to McNairy County, TN, with his mother's family ca 1828. He is not listed separtely in the 1830 McNairy County census meaning that he is still in his mothers' household. He is listed in the 1840 census and has his wife, Elizabeth House (?), two daughters, and his mother, Lucretia, living with him. The 1850 census list Isaac 36, his wife, Elizabeth 26, his mother, Lucretia 75, and his children, Tennessee A. 9, William W. 8, Samuel M. 6, Sarah M. 3, and Caroline House 15 (?) and Jefferson Castleberry (?) 9 months. In the 1860 census Lucretia' name does not show up. In the 1870 census Issac occupation is given as physician. Additional children in 1870 are: Leona Allice 16, Mary B. 14, George C. 8. Other Castleberry relatives residing with Issac in 1870 are: John H. 12, John D. 15, and James J. 12.
- Lucretia: Born ca 1811. Married Joseph Burks in Lawrence County, AL, on 22 Nov 1825. They moved to McNairy County, TN, soon thereafter. He died before 1860. She was still living there in 1870
- n.b. there is a mix up here between William Castleberry ll and lll.
- 3i. William Castleberry: b 1737, d. in Jackson County, GA Jul 1813 was the oldest son of William and Margaret; fought against the Regulators at the Battle of Alamauc in 1771. He m. (1)Sarah Martin and, after her death, m. (2)Lucretia unknown. His will was probated in Jackson County, GA, in 1813 before William Nesbit (the half-brother of Elizabeth Carroll). He is probably the grandfather of James Castleberry. His first wife, Sarah Martin, was daughter of Ralph Martin of Londoun County, VA; This William bought land in Richmond County, VA, in 1769 (north side of Germany Creek). He had three children, according to the land grant. His will in 1813 was witnessed by Odean, probably a son, and by Mark, probably a nephew raised by William after Mark's father, John, was killed by Tories. This will was probated in Jackson County, GA, before Justice of the Peace William Nesbit, the half-brother of Elizabeth Carroll (wife of James Castleberry).
- Lucretia Castleberry's maiden name is unknown. She was born in 1775 and died after 1850 in McNairy County, TN. She married William Castleberry ca 1800 and was his second wife. He died in Jackson County, GA, in 1813 at the age of 76. Not long after his death Lucretia and her children migrated to Lawrence County, AL, which is in the north central part of the state. She is listed there in the 1820 census with six children in her household, four males and two females. Four of these were: Odum b. ca 1800, d. ca 1838, Mark b. 1803 d. ?, Lucretia b. 1811 d. ?, and Issac b. 1814 d. ?. Living near by Lucretia and her family in 1820 is William Castleberry with a wife and three children, two males and one female. This William may be the brother of James Castleberry . If so he would be Lucretia' step grandson. He undoubtly had quite a lot to do with Lucretia' move to Lawrence County, AL, having arrived earlier or perhaps migrating from Georgia with her.
- Battle of Alamance May 16, 1771
- Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via son William Castleberry. by SmartCopy: Mar 16 2015, 9:01:57 UTC
William Henry Castleberry, Il's Timeline
March 1, 1761
Tar River, Virginia, United States
Loudoun County, Virginia, Colonial America
Jackson, GA, USA
Jackson County, Georgia, United States