Georgia Family Group Sheet for the James VOYLES, Jr. Family

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Submitted by: Vicki Burress Roach
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Husband: James VOYLES , Jr.
Birthdate: Aug. 11, 1805
Birthplace: Culberson Co., NC
Death date: Oct. 15, 1881
Place of death: Old Bucksnort Community, Prentiss Co., MS
Burial: Mt. Pleasant Ch Cem., Prentiss Co., MS
Father: James VOYLES, Sr.
Mother: Ruth GARREN

Marriage date: ca 1836
Marriage place:

Wife: Emily NARRIMORE
Birthdate: Aug. 16, 1816
Birthplace: Possibly Polk Co., TN
Death date: March 6, 1888
Place of death: Farmington Community, Alcorn Co., MS
Burial: Farmington Ch. Cem., Alcorn Co., MS
Father: Elijah William NARRIMORE
Mother: Frances REAGAN

CHILDREN

Child No. 1: Eli Emariah VOYLES
Sex: M
Birthdate: July 29, 1837
Birthplace: SC
Death date: May 10, 1903
Place of death: Alcorn Co., MS
Burial: Farmington Ch. Cem., Alcorn Co., MS
Marriage date: Jan. 23, 1862
Marriage place:
Spouse's name: Macedonia Caroline Wallace

Child No. 2: Anderson M. VOYLES
Sex: M
Birthdate: 1839
Birthplace: Hall Co., GA
Death date: 1865
Place of death: Vicksburg, Warren Co., MS
Marriage date:
Marriage place:
Spouse's name:

Child No. 3: Martha S. VOYLES
Sex: F
Birthdate: 1842
Birthplace: GA
Death date:
Place of death:
Marriage date:
Marriage place:
Spouse's name:

Child No. 4: Nancy M. VOYLES
Sex: F
Birthdate: Aug. 10, 1844
Birthplace: NC
Death date: Aug. 31, 1934
Place of death: Fairlie, Hunt Co., TX
Marriage date: Sept. 30, 1874
Marriage place: Prentiss Co., MS
Spouse's name: William Aaron "Bill" MILLER

Child No. 5: George Washington VOYLES
Sex: M
Birthdate: April 19, 1847
Birthplace: GA
Death date: Oct. 12, 1894
Place of death: Carden's Bottom, Fowler, Yell Co., AR
Marriage date: March 3, 1871
Marriage place: Prentiss Co., MS
Spouse's name: Emily Elizabeth POLK

Child No. 6: James Lafayette VOYLES
Sex: M
Birthdate: June 13, 1850
Birthplace: NC
Death date: 1916
Place of death: Milam, TX
Marriage date: Dec. 18, 1870
Marriage place: Booneville, Prentiss Co., MS
Spouse's name: Nancy A. JOHNSON

Child No. 7: Emily Elmira VOYLES
Sex: F
Birthdate: Jan. 29, 1852
Birthplace: Old Tishomingo Co., MS
Death date: Oct. 1, 1905
Place of death: Alcorn Co., MS
Burial: Farmington Ch. Cem., Alcorn Co., MS
Marriage date: Dec. 29, 1873
Marriage place: Prentiss Co., MS
Spouse's name: James Walter STUTTS

Child No. 8: Alford Newton M. VOYLES
Sex: M
Birthdate: Sept. 22, 1854
Birthplace: Alcorn Co., MS
Death date: June 6, 1927
Place of death: Alcorn Co., MS
Burial: Farmington Ch. Cem., Alcorn Co., MS
Marriage date: Feb. 22, 1877
Marriage place: Prentiss Co., MS
Spouse's name: Margaret A.S. "Dollie" JOHNSON

Child No. 9: Andrew B. VOYLES
Sex: M
Birthdate: Feb. 4, 1857
Birthplace: Prentiss Co., MS
Death date: July 23, 1943
Place of death: Meridian, MS
Burial: Farmington Ch. Cem., Alcorn Co., MS
Marriage date: March 1, 1891
Marriage place: Corinth, Alcorn Co., MS
Spouse's name: Kizzie HARDIN

Child No. 10: Demetrus VOYLES
Sex: M
Birthdate: Feb. 22, 1860
Birthplace: Old Tishomingo Co., MS
Death date: Dec. 2, 1940
Place of death: Tippah Co., MS
Burial: Brownfield, Tippah Co., MS
Marriage date: Dec. 23, 1885
Marriage place:
Spouse's name: Myra CARPENTER
 

Documentation:
Another source lists the cemetery of James, Jr. as "Blackmore School Cem. across
the road from Oakgrove Missionary Baptist Church near Bucksnort, MS.

1830 census for Hall Co, GA lists a James Voils page 096.

1840 Hall Co., GA census
James Voyles Jr.
2 males under 5
1 male 30-40
hard to read appears to be 1 female 20-30?

1850 census for Cherokee Co., NC
James Voils, Jr., 46
Emily, 34
Eli E., 13
Anderson M., 10
Martha, 8
Nancy Ann, 6
George W., 3
James L., 1

1855 Old Tish. Co., MS tax polls
James Voyles
1 clock valued at $3.00
state tax paid 41 1/2 cents

1856 Old Tish. Co., MS Circuit Court records page 160-161 Case No. 2027
H. Mitchel vs. James Voyles ($177.40)
This day came the parties by their attornies and the defendant by attorney withdraws his answer
by him filed and says nothing further in bar of the plaintiffs action.  It is therefore
considered by the court that the plaintiff recover of the said defendant the sum of $177.40 the
damages in the complaint mentioned together with the cost in this behalf _____.

Circuit court book page 273, March 1857 lists James Voyles as a juror.
Circuit court book page 377 Sept. 1857 Case 2296" Isaac Wheatley vs. James Voyles-Upon
affidaivt of the defendant this cause is continued until the next term of this county."

Circuit Court March 1858 page 71 Case 2281 and 2296
# 2281 Isaac Wheatly vs. James Voiles $193.50
"This day came the parties by their attornies and therefrom came a jury of good and lawful men
to wit: Jubal Grissom and eleven others who being duly elected to wit and sworn well and truly
to try the issue joined between the parties upon their oath do say that they find for the
plaintiff and assess his damages at the sum of $193.50.  It is therefore considered by the
court that the plaintiff recover of the said defendant the damages as assessed by the ____
aforesaid together with the cost in this behalf expended."

#2296
Isaac Wheatley vs. James Voiles (continued)

page 82 March 29, 1858
"Isaac Wheatley vs. James Voyles-Upon affidavant of the defendent it is ordered by the court
that the judgement rendered at a former day of this _____ of the court be and the same is
hereby set aside."

Circuit Court Old Tish. Co., MS page 99 April 2, 1858
Case No. 2281
Isaac Wheatley vs. James Voyles-continued

Circuit Court Old Tish. Co., MS page 182 October 1858
Case 2281 Isaac Wheatley vs. James Voyles (continued by defendant)

Circuit Court Old Tish. Co. MS page 288 March 24, 1859
Case 2281 Isaac Wheatley vs. James Voyles-"This day came the parties and thereupon came a jury
of good and lawful men to wit: W.L.Duncan and 11 others who being duly elected tried and sworn
well and truly to try the issue _____ between the parties upon their oath do say that they find
for the defendant.  It is therefore considered by the court that the defendant go hence without
day and recover of the plaintiff the cost of this behalf expended."
Case 2296 Isaac Wheatly vs. James Voyles-continued by the plaintiffs

Circuit Court Old Tish. Co., Ms page 383 April 4, 1859
Isaac Wheatly vs. James Voyles-"This day came the parties by their attornies and thereupon came
on to be heard the motion of the said plaintiff to set aside the verdict of the jury and grant
a new trial, and after argument being heard as well for as against said motion the same is
ordered(?)."

Circuit Court Old Tish. Co., MS page 391 April 5, 1859
"Isaac Wheatley vs. James Voiles-upon affidavit of John W. ____ the attorney the judgment
entered on a former day of this term is set aside and a new trial ______ upon the payment of
all the cost of this suit up to this time.  It is therefore considered by the court that the
defendant recover of the plaintiff the cost in this behalf expended."

1859 Old Tish. Co., MS tax polls
James Voyles-1 free white male-taxed 40 cents

1860 Old Tish. Co., MS census, Jacinto Post Office
household number 2038
James Voyles 34 male farmer 100/450 born SC
Emily age 43, female TN
Andrew M. age 20 male GA
Martha S. age 18 female GA
Nancy M. age 16 female NC
Geo. M. afe 13 male NC
James L. 11 male NC
Emily E. 8 female MS
Alfred N.M. age 6 male MS
Andrew D. age 3 male MS
Demetrius age 6 months male MS

Police Court August term 1860
It is ordered by the board that the following notes in the school fund this day received be and
are hereby approved by the board to wit:
one note on E.E. Voyles, Jas. Voyles and Jno. Owens $52.33

page 414 Old Tish. Co., MS board of police Feb. term 1861
It is ordered by the board that James Voyles, Isaac Trotter, Isaac Tennison be appointed
commissioners to superintend the letting out and repairing bridge across Browns Creek on the
Fulton Road (known as Taylor's Bridge) and that the sum of $40.00 be appropriated out of county
treasury for same upon inception? and confirmation of report of said commrs. receiving said
work.

1868 Tax rolls Old Tish. Co., MS
Jas. Voiles
rifle, guns taxable at 50 cents each=1
tax 50 cents

1869 Assessment rolls Old Tish. Co., MS
James Voyles

1870 Prentiss Co., census Booneville MS post office
VOYLES James 64 300/500 SC
Emaly 54 TN
Nancy M. 24 NC
James L. 21 NC
Emaly E. 18 NC
Alford N.M. 15 NC
Andrew B. 13 NC
Demeterius E.M.? 10 NC
next household is Thomas J. Johnson/parents of Dollie who marries Alford N.M.

Prentiss Co. deeds page 221-223
C.A. & John Taylor deeds to James Voyles
This indenture made tne 12th of Jan. 1870...sum of $300.00 of which $127.00 has been paid in
cash and for the balance the said party of the second part has executed to the party of the
first part his note...
west half SW 1/43 of section 31, township 4 and the NW 1/4 of section 6 in township 5 range 9
east...
page 222
R.C. Trimble deeds to James Voyles made the 28th day of Jan. 1871 by Robert Trimble and
Elizabeth Trimble...sum of $350.00 to them in hand paid...being on the waters of Brown's Creek
in said county of Prentiss...SE 1/4 of section 31 township 4 range 9 east...
page 223
E.E. Voyles and R.B. Smith were testators to the will from page 222.

page 562 Prentiss Co., deeds
James Voyles and Emily Voyles, his wife deed to Andrew B. Voyles...sum of $400.00...SE 1/4 of
section 31 township 4 range 9 east...April 3, 1880.

1900 Alcorn Co. MS census
Voyles John N. white male April 1831 age 69 married 2 years TN TN TN
Mary wife white female Aug. 1854 age 53 married 2 years 2 children/2 living Canada Scotland
England
(Haven't figured out which Voyles line John N. belongs to??? Alcorn Co. Marriages March 12,
1898 J.N. Voyles marries Mrs. M.M. Simons.)
Witness Docket Alcorn Co., MS 1901
Perley Simons Vs. R.F. Young-among the witnesses listed for the plaintiff are J.N. Voyles and
Mrs. J.N. Voyles.