Joiner Family

This information concerns four generations of the Joiner 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: * Generation # *.
 • Twins within a family are marked with a lozenge symbol (◊).
 • Unknown or unsubstantiated data are marked with blanks or with question marks.

CAVEAT: Apart from census data, this information has not been confirmed entirely by my personal research, and mistakes are likely present, so use at your discretion.

                   * Generation I *

   William born: (April 3, 1759) in Fairfield County, SC
married: Mary Watson (about 1785) in Fairfield County, SC
children: Frances [David Atterberry], John Marshall [Sarah Hill] [Nancy Ann Blume] [Florrie Ann Phillips], William Jr, Watson C. [Elizabeth _?_] [Julia A. Saunders], Edmund [Catherine O'Neill], Nancy [John Owen Foreman], Mary W. [Samuel M. Fant],
Caleb Conner [Mary Cockrell] [Lucinthia Henderson Mayes] [Ruth Williamson], Joshua [Mary Ann McDonald]
died: (June 17, 1840) in Noxubee County, MS
buried: Soule Chapel Cemetery (Methodist church between Macon and Brooksville) in Noxubee County, MS
census: On the 1790, 1800, 1810, and 1820 census, he was in Fairfield County, SC; on the 1830 census, he was (age 70-80) with his son Caleb Conner Joiner in Fairfield County, SC
note: He was a Baptist minister. His wife (about 1765-1807) was the daughter of Frances and John Watson.

* Generation II *
   Frances
(children of William Joiner and Mary Watson)

born: (November 5, 1787) in Fairfield County, SC
married: David Atterberry (March 1, 1806) in Fairfield County, SC
children: Sarah [J. B. Feemster], Mary, Wiliam J., David, Louisa [H. D. Williams], Charles, Nancy Caroline, James, Jane [J. Lundrum], John W. [Elizabeth _?_]
died: (December 29, 1862) in Noxubee County, MS
buried:
Soule Chapel Cemetery (Methodist church between Macon and Brooksville) in Noxubee County, MS
census: On the 1790 and 1800 census she was with her parents in Fairfield County, SC; the 1810 census, she was with her husband in Fairfield County, SC; the 1860 census, she was (age 73) with her son John W. Atterberry in Noxubee County, MS
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   John Marshall born: (about 1789) in Fairfield County, SC
married: (a) Sarah Hill ( ) in
               (b) Florrie Ann Phillips (about 1821) in Barnwell County, SC?
               (c) Nancy Ann Blume (about 1857) in Barnwell County, SC?
children: (a) E. H., Lemuel Grant [Elizabeth Buff]
               (b) Alexander, Andrew [Harriet Morris], Edmund Bellinger [Christina Bloome], Elizabeth, Sarah
               (b) George W. and David
died: (about 1858) in Barnwell County, SC
buried:
census: On the 1790, 1800, and 1810 census, he was with his parents in Fairfield County, SC; on the 1820 census, he was (age 16-26) with his first wife in Barnwell County; SC; on the 1830 census, he was (age 30-40) with his second wife in Barnwell County, SC; on the 1840 census, he was (age 50-60) with his second wife in Barnwell County, SC; on the 1850 census, he was (age 61) widowed in Barnwell County, SC; on the 1860 census, he was (age 71) with his third wife in Barnwell County, SC
note: The information about a marriage to Sarah Hill has NOT been verified personally. His will (dated March 5, 1858) is recorded in Book P, p. 223, in Barnwell County, SC.
   William Jr born: (August 11, 1791) in Fairfield County, SC
married: Elizabeth _?_ (about 1816) in
children: John Wesley [Susan Watkins], Mary A. P., Sarah E.
died: (June 1, 1850) in Sharon, Madison County, MS
buried: possibly in
Sharon Cemetery, Madison County, MS
census: On the 1800 and 1810 census, he was with his parents in Fairfield County, SC; on the 1820 census, he was with his wife in Fairfield County, SC; on the 1830 and 1840 census, he was with his wife in Madison County, MS; on the 1850 census, his wife (age 56) was a widow in Madison County, MS
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   Watson C. born: (about 1793) in Fairfield County, SC
married: (a) Elizabeth _?_ ( ) in
               (b) Julia A. Saunders (February 20, 1848) in Noxubee County, MS
children: (a)
               (b) Josephine D., Mary A., Fannie Z.
died: (October 9, 1864) in Noxubee County, MS
buried:
census: On the 1800, 1810, and 1820 census, he was with his parents in Fairfield County, SC; on the 1840 census, he was (age 40-50) with his first wife in Noxubee County, MS; on the 1850 census, he was (age 40) in Noxubee County, MS; on the 1860 census, he was (age 66) with his second wife in Noxubee County, MS
note: He was a school teacher
   Edmund born: (January 1, 1797) in Fairfield County, SC
married: Catherine O'Neil (about 1823) in SC
children: Nancy Permelia [John Mills Pagan], Martha Ann [George Bonder Pagan], John Elliot [Eliza J. Brooks], Mary Adaline [Middleton G. Caston], Benjamin C. [Regina C. Spann],
Joseph Watson [Sarah Hawkins Lee]
died: (August 11, 1878) in Tampico, Clay County, MS
buried:
census: On the 1800, 1810, and 1820 census, he was with his parents in Fairfield County, SC; on the 1830 census, he was in AL; on the 1840 census he was likely with his wife's son Zachariah O'Neil in Noxubee County, MS; on the 1850 census, he was (age 53) with his wife in Noxubee County, MS; on the 1860 census, he was (age 63) with his brother Joshua Joiner in Noxubee County, MS; on the 1870 census, he was (age 73) next door to his son-in-law Middleton G. Caston in Oktibbeha County, MS
note: Edmund gave the land upon which Soule Chapel was built. The property also included the cemetery in which William Joiner Sr and many others of the family are buried. The church is located on the southwest side of Edmund's property.
   Nancy born: (April 24, 1799) in Fairfield County, SC
married: John Owen Foreman (December 17, 1826) in Chester County, SC
children: Mary Ann [John Edward Burt], Martha E. [James E. C. Guinn], William Joiner, John Randolph, Sarah Frances, Ann Jane
died: (July 27, 1848) in Noxubee County, MS
buried:
census: On the 1800, 1810, and 1820 census, she was with her parents in Fairfield County, SC; on the 1840 census, she was (age 40-50) with her husband in Noxubee County, MS; on the 1850 census,
note:
   Mary W. born: (September 25, 1801) in Fairfield County, SC
married: Samuel M. Fant (1821) in
children: Joseph Patterson [Martha E. Judon] [Ann B. Cockrell] [Martha Rebecca Childress], Joshua Caleb [Ann Eliza Connor], Samuel Preston [Aquilla C. _?_], Mary Frances [Thomas Nathaniel Cockrell], William Joiner [unknown], Iley Watson, Nancy Louisa
died: (July 27, 1847) in Noxubee County, MS
buried:
Soule Chapel Cemetery (Methodist church between Macon and Brooksville) in Noxubee County, MS
census: On the 1810 and 1820 census, she was with her parents in Fairfield County, SC; on the 1850 census, her husband was with his second wife in Noxubee County, MS
note: Her husband was the son of Elizabeth Lewis Sewell and George Fant. His second wife was Susan Shaffer in Noxubee County, MS.
   Caleb Conner born: (about 1802) in Fairfield County, SC
married: (a) Mary Cockrell (about 1827) in Fairfield County, SC
               (b) Lucinthia Henderson Mayes (August 22, 1839) in Noxubee County, MS
               (c) Ruth Williamson (October 28, 1868) in Colorado County, TX
children: (a)
William Nathaniel [Sarah Jane Black] [Catherine M. Farmer], Anne E. H., Jonathan J., Burrell Edmund [Myra Zilphia Carson], John Mark [Elizabeth Cordone]
               (b) none, but the children of Lucinthia Henderson and Joshua Pritchard Mayes: Ann Elizabeth, James Drury, Lewis Monroe, Mary Ann, Thomas Augustus, and Joshua Pritchard, Jr
               (c) none
died: (about 1873) in Robertson County, TX
buried:
census: On the 1810 census, he was (under age 10) with his parents in Fairfield County, SC; on the 1820 census, he was (age 16-18) with his parents in Fairfield County, SC; on the 1830 census, he was (age 20-30) with his first wife in Fairfield County, SC; on the 1840 census, he was (age 30-40) with his second wife in Noxubee County, MS; on the 1850 census, he was (age 46) with his second wife in Colorado County, TX; on the 1860 census, he was (age 55) with his second wife in Fayette County, TX; on the 1870 census, he was (age 65) with his third wife in Robertson County, TX; on the 1880 census, his third wife was (age 70) a widow in Fayette County, TX.
note: His first wife, Mary Cockrell, was the daughter of Nathaniel Cockrell and Rebecca Jane Harrison. His second wife, Lucinthia Henderson Mayes, died October 2, 1867.
   Joshua born: (October 7, 1804) in Fairfield County, SC
married: Mary Ann McDonald ( ) in
children: Robert E., Joshua, Nancy, Martha [James E. C. Guinn]
died: (November 27, 871) in Noxubee County, MS
buried:
X-Prairie Cemetery in Noxubee County, MS
census: On the 1810 and 1820 census, he was with his parents in Fairfield County, SC; on the 1830 census, he was likely in Noxubee County, MS; on the 1840 census, he was (age 30-40) with his wife in Noxubee County, MS; on the 1850 census, he was (age 46) with his wife Noxubee County, MS; on the 1860 census, he was (age 56) with his wife in Noxubee County, MS; on the 1870 census, he was (age 65) a widower in Noxubee County, MS
note: According to the 1860 slave schedule of Noxubee County, MS, he owned 51 slaves. The 1830 census for Noxubee County, MS, is missing.

* Generation III *
   William Nathaniel
(children of Caleb Conner Joiner and Mary Cockrell)

born: (about 1828) in Fairfield County, SC
married: (a) Sarah Jane Black (about 1847) in TX or Hempstead County, AR?
               (b)
Catherine M. (Kate) Farmer (July 1, 1862) in Noxubee County, MS
children: (a) Laura and Leonora
               (b) Beulah,
Lillian, Bady, Sidney Johnston (Sid), Blanche, Leonidas (Lon)
died: (September 20, 1890) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
buried: Bandera Cemetery, Bandera County, TX
census: On the 1830 census, he was (under age 5) with his parents in Fairfield County, SC; on the 1840 census, he was (age 10-15) with his father in Noxubee County, MS; on the 1850 census, he was (age 22) with his first wife in Lavaca County, TX; on the 1860 census, he was (age 33) with the James Cockrell family in Noxubee County, MS; on the 1870 census, based on the birthplace for several of his children, he was (age 43) somewhere in MS or en route to Washington County, TX; on the 1880 census, he was (age 52) with his wife in Frio County, TX
note: He served for three years as a private in the 6th Mississippi Cavalry (Company A), CSA.

   Anne E. H. born: (about 1830) in Fairfield County, SC
married: ( ) in
children:
died: ( ) in
buried:
census: On the 1830 census, she was (under age 5) with her parents in Fairfield County, SC; on the 1840 census, she was (age 5-10) with her parents in Noxubee County, MS;
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   Jonathan J. born: (about 1833) in TN
married: ( ) in
children:
died: ( ) in
buried:
census: On the 1840 census, he was (age 5-10) with his parents in Noxubee County, MS; on the 1850 census, he was (age 17) with his parents in Colorado County, TX;
note:
   Burrell Edmund born: (about 1835) in MS or TN
married: Myra Zilphia Carson (March 15, 1868) in Colorado County, TX
children:
Mary Zilphia [James Orville Shultz], Elvie A. [Lee Brandon], Cary Lee [Sudie May Thacker], Olivia Lucille [Thomas Oscar Davenport], Grace [Joseph M. Smith], Joseph Henry
died: (after 1880) in TX?
buried:
census: On the 1850 census, he was (age 15) with his parents in Colorado County, TX; on the 1860 census, he was (age 25) single and alone in Colorado County, TX; on the 1870 census, he was (age ) somewhere in TX; on the 1880 census, he was (age 45) with his wife in Young County, TX; on the 1900 census, three of his daughters were in Ellis County, TX
note: He served in the 8th Texas Cavalry (Company F) as a corporal (1861) and was promoted to 2nd lieutenant (1862). His wife was the daughter of Elvie Ann Windrow and James W. Carson. She died (June 10, 1898) in Ellis County, TX, and is buried in Midlothian Cemetery Midlothian, Ellis County, TX.
   John Mark born: (September 16, 1842) in MS
married: Elizabeth Corden (October 6, 1856) in Fayette County, TX
children: Itasca [Henry C. White]
died: (November 3, 1888) in Bremond, Robertson County, TX
buried:
Bremond Cemetery (section 3), Bremond, Robertson County, TX
census: On the 1850 census, he was (age 13) with his parents in Colorado County, TX; on the 1860 census, he was (age 22) with his wife in Fayette County, TX; on the 1870 census, he was (age 31) with his wife and parents in Robertson County, TX; on the 1880 census, he was with his wife in Robertson County, TX; on the 1900, 1910, and 1920 census, his daughter was with her husband in Smith County, TX
note: He was the mayor of Bremond, Robertson County, TX, according to the 1880 census.

* Generation IV *
   Beulah
(children of William Nathaniel Joiner and Catherine M. Farmer)

born: (December 1863) in Noxubee County, MS
married: William E. Mobley (June 7, 1893) in Medina Couny, TX
children: John Erkel, Stella E. [Emil H. Rugh] [Hubbard], Blanche [Rupert Lee Martin]
died: (between 1903-1910) in TX
buried: unknown grave
census: On the 1870 census, she was with her parents, either somewhere in MS or en route to Washington County, TX; on the 1880 census, she was (age 16) with her parents in Frio County, TX; on the 1900 census, she was (age 36) with her husband in Menard County, TX
note: On the 1910 census, her children were in the household of Blanche and Ezra Chipman in Bandera County, TX. Her widower later married (after 1910) Elliot Belle Fortney; on the 1920 census, he was in Los Angeles County, CA.

   Lillian
    (Lillie)
born: (about 1867) in Noxubee County, MS
married: Lee Davis Robison (December 27, 1886) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
children:
Chester Lee
died: (before 1892) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
buried: Bandera Cemetery, Bandera, Bandera County, TX
census: On the 1870 census, she was with her parents, either somewhere in MS or en route to Washington County, TX; on the 1880 census, she was (age 13) with her parents in Frio County, TX
note: Her widower married Sarah Jane (Sally) Stapleton Wier in January, 1892, so Lillian likely died in 1890-91.
   Bady born: (February 18, 1869) in Macon, Noxubee County, MS
married: Mark Davenport (May 26, 1892) in Castroville, Medina County, TX
children: James Olin, Aubrey C., Ronald
died: (June 22, 1961) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
buried: Bandera Cemetery, Bandera, Bandera County, TX
census: On the 1870 census, she was with her parents in MS or en route to Washington County, TX; on the 1880 census, she was (age 8) with her parents in Frio County, TX; on the 1900 census, she was (age 31) with her husband in Bandera County, TX; on the 1910 census, she was (age 40) with her husband in Bandera County, TX; on the, 1920 census, she was (age 49) with her husband in Bandera County, TX; on the 1930 census, she was (age 60) with her husband in Bandera County, TX; on the 1940 census, she was (age 70) with her husband in Bandera County, TX
note: When she was three years old, she moved with her parents to Bremond, Robertson County, TX.
   Sidney Johnston
    (Sid)
born: (May 8, 1877) in Washington County, TX
married: Emma Annie Regina Eckhart (December 14, 1898) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
children: unnamed, Sidney Vol, William Byron (Mack), Wilbern Horald, Leona Marie, Lorena
died: (October 25, 1957) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
buried: Bandera Cemetery, Bandera, Bandera County, TX
census: On the 1880 census, he was (age 3) with his parents in Frio County, TX; on the 1900 on the census, he was (age 23) with his wife in Bandera County, TX; on the 1910 census, he was (age 32) with his wife in Bandera County, TX; on the 1930 census, he was (age 52) with his wife in Bandera County, TX; on the 1940 census, he was (age ) with his wife in Bandera County, TX
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   Blanche born: (August 17, 1878) in Washington County, TX
married: Ezra Orson Chipman (January 15, 1896) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
children: Wayne
died: (February 1, 1959) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
buried: Bandera Cemetery, Bandera, Bandera County, TX
census: On the 1880 census, she was (age 4) with her parents in Frio County, TX; on the 1900 census, she was (age 25) with her husband in Bandera County, TX; on the 1910 census, she was (age 35) with her husband in Bandera County, TX; on the 1920 census, she was (age ) with her husband in Bandera County, TX; on the 1930 census, she was (age 56) with her husband in Bandera County, TX; on the 1940 census, she was (age 64) with her husband in Bandera County, TX
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   Leonidas
    (Lon)
born: (October 9, 1882) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
married: Emma Gray (June 27, 1910) in Medina County, TX
children: Fleta Juanita [Schladoer], Lee Lois [Pickens]
died: (September 3, 1941) in Bandera, Bandera County, TX
buried: Bandera Cemetery, Bandera, Bandera County, TX
census: On the 1900 census, he was (age 17) with his mother in Bandera County, TX; on the 1910 census, he was (age 27) with his mother in Bandera County, TX; on the 1920 census, he was (age ) with his wife in Bandera County, TX; on the 1930 census, he was (age 48) with his wife in Bandera County, TX; on the 1940 census, he was (age 58) with his wife in Bandera County, TX;
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