Jobe Family

This information concerns six generations of the Jobe family.
1700-1900

 • Individuals are listed chronologically, and those in red show the line of descent.
 • Connections of collateral lines to main lines are indicated by linked names.
 • Generations within a family are separated by a series of asterisks.
 • Unknown or unsubstantiated data are marked with blanks or with question marks.

   Caleb
(child of Andrew Job Jr and Elizabeth Vernon)
born: (1704) in
married: Barbara _?_ ( ) in
children:
Samuel [Dorcas MacKay], Jacob [Deborah MacKay], Nathan [Lydia McCorky], Elizabeth [Josiah Leath Sr]
died: (about 1750) in Augusta County, VA
buried: in
census:
note: He was a miller by trade. His widow married Ephriam Leath (August 20, 1750) in Augusta County, VA.

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   Samuel
(child of Caleb Job and Barbara _?_)
born: (about 1735) in Augusta County, VA
married: Dorcas MacKay (about 1758) in Rowan County, NC
children: Isaac,
Daniel [Mourning Pryor] Jacob [Martha (Patty) Corder], Caleb [Sarah (Sally) Pryor], Martha (Polly) [William Netherton], Abraham [Polly Simpson] [_?_ Johnson] [ Margaret _?_]
died: ( ) in
buried: in
census:
note: He was a soldier (certificate of service from North Carolina Historial Commission) in Rowan County, NC. He received land grants in Rowan County, NC ( (Land Grant Book 51, p. 287; Land Grant 679 November 1784, 300 acres) and Washington County, TN (Book 49, 512 acres). Samuel Job, s/o Caleb Job, and his young sons left the Shenandoah Valley to join the Continental Army. He was 42. The Quakers asked him to resign; he refused and was therefore dismissed. During the war years, Samuel and his sons were quartered at the plantation of Richard Pryor in Louisa County, VA. Samuel's sons Caleb and Daniel later returned to Augusta County, VA, after the war and married the red-haired Pryor sisters.

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   Daniel
(child of Samuel Jobe and Dorcas MacKay)
born: (about 1758) in Augusta County, VA
married: Mourning Pryor (about 1784) in TN
children: Nathaniel (Nathan) [Martha Lee] [Perhenny (Cynthia) Coyle] [Martha Ann Azbell], Dorcas (Dolly/Dorothy) [Dennis Hearty], Martha Elizabeth (Betsey) [Robert B. Coyle] [David Gallaher], Jonathan [Sarah A. Choate], John F. (Sorrell) [Sarah Adeline Farmer], Abraham (Devil Abe) [Elizabeth Hays] [Lucinda Katherine Dobbins], Mary [Steven Warner], Jennie, Pleasant [Nancy Townsend],
Joseph Taylor [Judith Kemp] [Agnes Adeline Young] [Fannie J. Stevenson], Susan
died: ( ) in
buried: in
census:
note: He was a cooper by trade and served in the Revolutionary War. His wife was the daughter of Mourning Thomson and Richard Pryor.

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   Nathaniel
(Nathan)
(children of Daniel Jobe and Mourning Pryor)
born: (about 1789) in Maury County, TN
married: (a) Martha Lee (April 2, 1811 in Madison County, AL (MS Territory)
               (b) Perhenny Coyle (November 2, 1812) in Madison County, AL (MS Territory)
               (c) Martha Ann Azbell (February 27, 1821) in Lawrence County, TN
children: (a) Leroy Perry [Syracuse Sells]
               (b) John Wesley [Miriam Jackson], William P. [Elizabeth Ann McRoy], Hugh S. [Jane Lawrence], Daniel Boone [Louisa Ethneida Rieff], Mississippi [Benjamin F. Myers], Thomas, Jefferson
               (c)
died: (about 1854) in Washington County, AR
buried:
census: On the 1850 census, he was with his third wife Washington County, AR; on the 1860 census, she was with her son Daniel in Washington County, AR; on the 1870 census, his widow was with her daughter and Benjamin F. Meters in Washington County, AR
note: Nathan was on the 1819 list of voters in Lawrence County, TN.
   Jonathan born: (about 1798) in
married: Sarah A. Choate (March 14, 1816) in Maury County, TN
children: Jonathan [Sarah Hamlin] [Martha J. Harris], Susannah [Thomas Jefferson Azbell], Mary [Augustus Jim White], Louisa Ann [Barnett Burnett], Andrew Jackson [Mary Lawson], Elizabeth (Betty) [Marietta Burnett]
died: (before 1850) in Tishomingo County, MS
buried:
census: On the 1840 census, he was (age 60-70) with his wife (age 40-50) in Tishomingo County, MS; on the 1850 census, his widow was (age 60) in Tishomingo County, MS; on the 1860 census, his widow was with her daughter Louisa Ann and son-in-law Barnett Burnett in Tishomingo County, MS; on the 1870 census, she was with her daughter Louisa Ann and son-in-law Barnett Burnett in Alcorn County, MS
note: Jonathan Sr was on the 1818 tax/voter list in Lawrence County, TN. His son Jonathan Jr married Martha J. Harris (August 13, 1871) in Pope County, AR.
   John F.
(Sorrell)
born: (June 6, 1801) in Hickman, Lawrence County, TN
married: (a) Sarah Adeline Farmer (September 21, 1818) in Lawrence County, TN
               (b) Nancy Lawson (about 1842) in Tishomingo County, MS
               (c) Nancy Massey (February 9, 1858) in Tishomingo County, MS
children: (a) baby girl, Joseph [Elizabeth Phillips], Daniel [Nancy Caroline Curtis] [Elizabeth Cheek], Cynthia [Jeremiah J. Phillips], Greenberry B. [Mary Burton] [Mary A. Smith], Rebecca [James M. Burton], Andrew Jackson, Wiley Taylor [Phoebe Lawson], Sarah [James W. Ross], Benjamin Franklin
               (b) William Wesley [Eliza Matilda Childress], Martha P. [Polk], John Marion, Archibald Columbus [A. E. Bradford] [Katherine Ann Hensley], Mary Elizabeth [Joseph G. Johnston], Thomas Jefferson [Georgia Almettia Vanderford], Alexander L., Cordelia Frances (Delia) [William Peter Johnston], Roberta (Bertie) [Smith], George Washington [Willie May Bradford] [Clester Maud Parsons]
               (c)
died: (April 27, 1889) in Alcorn County, MS
buried:
Shady Grove United Methodist Cemetery, Danville, Alcorn County, MS
census: On the 1820 census, he was in Lawrence County, TN; on the 1850 census, he was with his second wife in Tishomingo County, MS; on the 1860 census, he was with his third wife in Tishomingo County, MS; on the 1870 census, 1880 census, he was with his son Wiley Taylor in Alcorn County, MS
note: He served in the Indian Wars (1819) under General Andrew Jackson.
   Joseph Taylor born: (November 25, 1814) in Madison County, AL (MS Territory)
married: (a) Judeth Kemp (about 1835) in
               (b) Agnes Adeline Young (about 1847) in Tishomingo County, MS
               (c) Fannie J. Stevenson (January 1, 1864) in Tishomingo County, MS
children: (a) James [Delitha B. _?_], Mary Holland (Hollie) [John Daniel Vanderford], Cynthia Paralee [Solomon B. George], Sarah Elizabeth [John B. Vanderford], Frances Allie Ann
               (b)
Thomas Frank T. [Georgiana Cave]
               (c)
died: (March 31, 1869) in Alcorn County, MS
buried:
Salem Christian Church Cemetery, Alcorn County, MS
census: On the 1840, 1850, and 1860 census, he was in Tishomingo County, MS; on the 1870 census, he was widowed in Alcorn County, MS
note: His first wife was the daughter of Dorcas and A. H. Kemp. She died (May 2, 1846) in Tishomingo County, MS, according to a death notice in Southwestern Christian Advocate, published July 10, 1846.

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   James
(children of Joseph Taylor Jobe and Judeth Kemp)
born: (about 1837) in Tishomingo County, MS
married: Delitha B. _?_ (about 1861) in Tishomingo County, MS ?
children:
died: (1865) in
buried:
census: On the 1850 census, he was with his parents in Tishomingo County, MS;
note: He died during the Civil War. Hios widow married James M. Mullins (January 2, 1866) in Tishomingo County, MS. She died (July 18, 1879) in Grayson County, TX, and is buried in White Mound Cemetery, Grayson County, TX.
   Mary Holland born: (July 28, 1838) in Tishomingo County, MS
married: John Daniel Vanderford (February 22, 1855) in Tishomingo County, MS
children: Georgia Almettia [Thomas Jefferson Jobe], James Edward Taylor [Mrs. Mary Pratt], Paralee J. [Rufus A. Sears], Mary (Molly) [Emsley A. Byrum], John Fletcher [Melissa Elizabeth Byrum]
died: (November 24, 1912) in Aquilla, Hill County, TX
buried:
Prairie Grove Cemetery, Aquilla, Hill County, TX
census: On the 1850 census, she was with her parents in Tishomingo County, MS; on the 1860 census, she was with her husband in Tishomingo County, MS; on the 1870 census, she was with her husband in Alcorn County, MS; on the 1880 census, she was with her husband in McLennan County, TX; on the 1910 census, she was with her daughter Paralee and Rufus A. Sears in Hill County, TX
note:
   Cynthia Paralee born: (October 3, 1838) in Tishomingo County, MS
married: Solomon B. George (January 23, 1866) in Tishomingo County, MS
children: Cora Frances (Fannie) [Charles E. Gilliam], Savannah A. (Anna), Beulah, Sarah Lena (Sallie) [James M. Wood]
died: (September 12, 1927) in McIntosh County, OK
buried: Greenlawn Cemetery, McIntosh County, OK
census: On the 1850 census, she was with her parents in Tishomingo County, MS; on the 1870 census, she was with her husband in Alcorn County, MS; on the 1880 census, she was with her husband in McNairy County, TN; on the 19000 census, she was with her husband in Creek Nation, Indian Territory; on the 1910 and 1920 census, she was with her husband in McIntosh County, OK
note:
   Sarah Elizabeth born: (February 20, 1842) in Tishomingo County, MS
married: John B. Vanderford (May 19, 1859) in Alcorn County, MS
children:
died: (February 22, 1920) in Alcorn County, MS
buried:
census:
note:
   Frances Allie Ann born: (about 1844) in Tishomingo County, MS
married: ( ) in
children:
died: ( ) in
buried:
census:
note:
   Thomas Frank T.
(child of Joseph Taylor Jobe and Agnes Adeline Young)
born: (April 2, 1848) in Tishomingo County, MS
married: (a)
Georgiana C. Cave (July 28, 1869) in Corinth, Tishomingo County, MS
               (b) S. Lucy Smith (December 27, 1884) in Alcorn County, MS
children: (a) Sallie A., Rebecca Jeunie, Frank, and Joseph Carter
               (b) none
died: (November 22, 1898) in Alcorn County, MS
buried: Salem Christian Church Cemetery, (about 6 miles south of Corinth) Alcorn County, MS
census: On the 1850 and 1860 census, he was with his parents in Tishomingo County, MS; on the 1870 census, he was somewhere in TX; on the 1880 census, he was with his first wife in Alcorn County, MS; on the 1900 census, his widow Lucy was with her sister Kay Smith in Alcorn County, MS; on the 1910 and 1920 census, she was with her brother James K. Smith in Alcorn County, MS
note: He was a minister.

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   Sallie A.
(children of Thomas Frank T. Jobe and Georgiana Cave)
born: (1870) in TX
married: ( ) in
children:
died: ( ) in
buried:
census: On the 1880 census, she was with her parents in Alcorn County, MS
note:
   Rebecca Jeunie born: (1872) in TX
married: ( ) in
children:
died: ( ) in
buried:
census: On the 1880 census, she was with her parents in Alcorn County, MS
note:
   Frank born: ( ) in
married: ( ) in
children:
died: ( ) in
buried:
census:
note:
   Joseph Carter
(children of Thomas Frank T. Jobe and Georgiana C. Cave)
born: (September 1, 1875) in Alcorn County, MS
married: no
children: no
died: (1890) in Corinth, Alcorn County, MS
buried:
Salem Christian Church Cemetery, (about 6 miles south of Corinth) Alcorn County, MS
census: On the 1880 census, he was with his parents in Alcorn County, MS
note:

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