Chambers Family Heritage


Ira A. CLARKSON 1 died . He married Elizabeth Ellen RYAN.

Elizabeth Ellen RYAN 1 died . She married Ira A. CLARKSON.

They had the following children:

  M i Joseph Edward CLARKSON

Mr. BRUCE died . He married Lida YORK.

Lida YORK [Parents] was born 1 about 1888 in Benton, Garland County, Arkansas. She died . She married Mr. BRUCE.

They had the following children:

  M i Lida (York) BRUCE Son One died .
  M ii Lida (York) BRUCE Son Two died .

Mr. GWEN died . He married Mickey YORK.

Mickey YORK [Parents] was born about 1889. She died . She married Mr. GWEN.

Though not sure of the number, Kenneth Chambers remembers that "Aunt Mickey-Gwen" had several children.


Phillip MURPH [Parents]

He had the following children:

  M i Troy MURPH
  F ii Bailey MURPH

Brenda Gail DYE [Parents]

She had the following children:

  M i Bradley BEENY
  M ii Britton BEENY

Richard Collin CAMPBELL [Parents]

Sharon PAUL

They had the following children:

  F i Glynnis CAMPBELL
  M ii Clay CAMPBELL
  F iii Lisa CAMPBELL

Steve GRAGG

Glynnis CAMPBELL [Parents]

They had the following children:

  F i Dani PETERS
  F ii Chelsea PETERS

Clay CAMPBELL [Parents]

Lynn CAMPBELL

They had the following children:

  M i Nathan CAMPBELL
  M ii Zac CAMPBELL

Asa CHAMBERS [Parents] was born 1 on 2 Jan 1785 in Maryland. He died 2 on 8 Aug 1832 in Kentucky or Indiana. He married 3 Jane MCCARTY on 18 Dec 1806 in Jessamine County, Kentucky.

Asa Chambers' date of death is 18 October 1832 in some records.

1810 Hardin County, Kentucky, census shows: Chambers, Asa - 1 m & 1 f 0-10, 1 m 26-45, 1 f 16-26. Asa Chambers was not found on the 1820-30 census. About 1804, James Chambers, Asa's father, was called to the care of Clover Bottom Church in Jessamine County, Kentucky. In 1813, he is mentioned with Shadrack (Shedrick) Brown in Hardin County, Kentucky. Asa Chambers moved to Indiana with his family and married, but the record ends here.

Jane MCCARTY [Parents] was born on 11 May 1786. She died on 9 Nov 1873. She married 1 Asa CHAMBERS on 18 Dec 1806 in Jessamine County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

  M i James McCarty CHAMBERS
  F ii Endomile CHAMBERS
  M iii Asa Windsor CHAMBERS
  M iv Thomas CHAMBERS

Jesse J. MOORE Sr. [Parents] was born 1 on 11 Apr 1743 in Goochland County, Virginia. He died 2 on 10 Mar 1827 in Burke County, North Carolina. He was buried 3 on 12 Mar 1827 in Moore Family Cemetery, Burke County, North Carolina. He married 4 Alley JOHNSON in Apr 1763 in Cumberland County, Virginia.

Many of the records for this entry come from Moore Family Cemetery monument inscriptions, Burke County, North Carolina.

Source for military records in this entry is “The Roster Of American Troops In The Revolution”, Volume 1, page 55-62, 90-92, Volume 5, Pages 56-64, Volume 6, Pages 46-54, 51-51, Volume 9, pages 87-94, Volume 11 Pages 39-42. J

Jesse served in the rev war. He was captured by the British in 1780 just before the battle of kings mountain. Later he served with the 10th Regiment of the North Carolina Continental Line until 1782 when he was discharged. He is listed in the Revolutionary Army accounts at the National Archives in Washington D.C.

In 1777 in Albemarle County, Virginia, John Moore And Jesse signed a petition which resulted in the formation of Fluvannia County, Virginia.

Death: North Carolina Archives, Burke County, Wills 1790-1905. The will below was found 27 August 1926 in an old desk which was made by Jesse Moore over a hundred years ago and was then in the home of his 2nd great grandson, R. B. Moore of Morgantown, North Carolina. The desk is made of solid walnut.

In the name of God, Amen. I, Jessee Moore Sr. of the county of Burke and the state of North Carolina being of sound mind and memory, blessed be God. Do make ordain this my last will and testament viz:

I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Alley my plantation together with my negroes Jack and Na, also as much of the stock and household furniture as she may choose during her life.

2nd. Item: I give to my son Daniel one negro boy named Aaron and the land on the east side of the River beginning at a White Oak on a point of a ridge above the fence running through the field to the river, to a persimmon tree that is marked, then up the river against the mouth of the still branch. Then crossing the river to the mouth of said branch to the back line.

3rd. Item: I give to my daughter Molly one negro girl named Mour, her increase during her lifetime, and that of her present husband, and then to return to the heirs of her body.

4th Item: I give to my son Jesse one negro girl named Bets and all the rest of my land on the east side of the river below the marked Persimmon tree from Daniel's line.

5th. Item: I give to my daughter Milley one negro girl named Agg.

6th Item: I give to my daughter Alley one negro girl named Kitz and her increase during her natural life and that of her present husband and then to return to the natural heirs of her body.

7th. Item: I give to my daughter Biddy one negro boy named Wak.

8th Item: I give to my daughter Rebekah one negro boy named Zeke.

9th Item: I give to my daughter Judith one negro named Nan to her and her present husband and then after her death to the natural heirs of her body.

10th. Item: I give to my daughter Nancy two negoes named Sarah and Sip, the remaining part of the land on the west side of the river from the still branch to Jesse's land.

11th Item: My will further is that the moneys arising from the rest of my estate be divided in the following manner: first one hundred and fifty dollars to be given to the owners of Nan, and then the balance to be equally divided between my above named daughters, except Nancy who will have the greater share of other things (except that Betsy has received four hundred dollars and Rebekah and Judith have received three hundred and sixty dollars each). I also give to my daughter Betsy one negro boy named Charles.

My will further is that my Negro Jack be sold at private sale on the account of the probability of his being near his wife and also that my two old negroes Wak and his wife remain with either of us during our lifetime and then not to be sold but to have the privilege to live with any of my children whom they will choose.

I appoint my sons Daniel and Jesse as my executors of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof ,I have set my hand and seal this 2nd day of September 1826.

Jesse Moore
Attest: Read Hight Z. Horton

Alley JOHNSON [Parents] was born 1 on 1 Apr 1745 in Virginia. She died 2 on 27 Nov 1826 in Burke County, North Carolina. She was buried 3 on 28 Nov 1826 in Moore Family Cemetery, Burke County, North Carolina. She married 4 Jesse J. MOORE Sr. in Apr 1763 in Cumberland County, Virginia.

They had the following children:

  M i Benjamin MOORE
  M ii Daniel M. MOORE
  F iii Mary MOORE
  M iv Jesse J. MOORE Jr.
  F v Millie MOORE
  F vi Alley MOORE
  M vii John MOORE was born on 18 Feb 1774 in Albemarle County, Virginia. He died on 3 Jul 1794.
  F viii Biddie MOORE
  F ix Rebecca MOORE
  F x Elizabeth MOORE
  F xi Judith MOORE
  F xii Nancy MOORE
  M xiii Matthew MOORE died .

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