Person:Lucy Meadors (4)

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Lucy Jane Meadors
d.07 Oct 1871 Union, Mississippi
m. 1820
  1. WILLIAM Meadors1820 - 1830
  2. Joel Johnson Meadors1821 - 1906
  3. ELIZABETH Meadors1822 - 1830
  4. SARAH Meadors1824 - 1830
  5. MERIDA Meadors1825 - 1830
  6. Reason Moberly Meadors1826 - 1909
  7. Lucy Jane Meadors1826 - 1871
  8. John Griggs Meadows1828 - 1880
  9. Alfred J Meadors1829 - 1852
  10. Ellender Ann Meadors1831 -
  11. David Thomas Meadors1832 - 1904
  12. Frances Welch Meadors1833 - 1834-1927
  13. Lewis Meadors1834 - ABT 1865
  14. Nancy Susan C. Meadors1837 - 1882
m. 24 DEC 1845
  1. Jacob Bardin1846 - 1847-1936
  2. William Bardin1848 - 1849-1938
m. 24 Dec 1850
  1. Thomas Madison Coker1851 - 1934
  2. Lethia A CokerABT 1853 -
  3. Sarah Elbeney Coker1856 - 1927
  4. Mary Elvada Coker1857 - 1931
  5. Martha A CokerABT 1859 -
  6. Amanda CokerABT 1862 -
  7. Daniel W CokerABT 1865 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] Lucy Jane Meadors
Gender Female
Birth[3] 15 Dec 1826 Anson County, North Carolina
Marriage 24 DEC 1845 Pontotoc County, Mississippito William E Bardin
Census[2] 14 Oct 1850 Pontotoc, Mississippi, United StatesJane Bardin, age 24, born in North Carolina, living in household of Obadiah Meadows
Other 14 Dec 1850 Pontotoc, Mississippi, United StatesNo. 861, E. M. Koker and H. P. Bennett bondsmen to John A. Quitman
with Elijah Mayers Coker
Marriage 24 Dec 1850 Pontotoc, Mississippi, United StatesE. M. Koker to Jane Barden, married by R. R. Shelton, L. M.
to Elijah Mayers Coker
Death[3] 07 Oct 1871 Union, Mississippi

10/14/1850 Pontotoc Co., MS

    Jane Bardin, 24, born NC  <living w/ her father>
    Jacob, 3, born MS
    William, 2, born MS
References
  1. jason meador jr (WFT468).

    Date of Import: Oct 25, 2003

  2. Obadiah Meadows, dwelling/family #1034, in Pontotoc, Mississippi, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, NARA M432, roll 380, p. 131, 14 Oct 1850, Secondary quality.

    Digital image from Ancestry.com.

  3. 3.0 3.1 Mrs Jennie wife of E M Coker, in "Miears" Cemetery Union County, Mississippi (Located North of Hwy 348 on CR 124 3-4 Miles East of New Albany), Rootsweb, 23 Jul 2008, Secondary quality.

    September 15, 1997, This cemetery is the first that I've run across that has truly been abandoned. The above stone is the only one left of 7 that were there at one time, and it is broken and laying on the ground. The area is covered with briars and undergrowth making it difficult to find the other stones. I plan to return this winter and look again. The story behind the cemetery dates to the 1870's. The family buried here was supposedly stricken by a polio epidemic which wiped out the whole family. I was told that two of the stones marked Confederate solders' graves. The cemetery was apparently in bad shape 50 years ago, and in even worse shape today. A special thanks goes to Lance Howell for showing me the site.

    Mrs Jennie Wife of E M Coker Born Dec 15, 1826 Died Oct 7 1871 She is Not Dead But Sleepeth

    Source for dates only. Also the tombstone image on Rootsweb is not readable. I emailed the web master of the Union County GenWeb site on 23 Jul 2008 in hopes of obtaining a readable image.