HAIRSTON.org ID#3659, b. about 1804, d. 5 May 1888
|Father*||Isaac AMYX1,2 b. a 1775, d. a 1849|
|Mother*||Mary Polly BOYER1 b. a 1786, d. a 1872|
|Birth*||Samuel AMYX was born about 1804 in Botetourt County, Virginia.3,2|
|He was the son of Isaac AMYX and Mary Polly BOYER.1,2|
|Marriage*||Samuel AMYX married Fanny Mendenhall KENNER on 2 March 1826 in Hawkins County, Tennessee.1,2|
|Marriage*||Samuel AMYX married Mary Polly Pace WINSTEAD about 1830.3,2|
|Census 1840*||Samuel AMYX appeared on the census of 1840 in Hawkins County, Tennessee, Males: under 5 3, 30-39 1, Females: 5-9 2, 20-29 1.4|
|Will||He was mentioned in the will of Isaac AMYX on 13 October 1849 in Hawkins County, Tennessee; Mentions wife Mary, son Samuel and daughters Priscilla Davis, Elizabeth Snider, Polly Amyx, Eleanor Drinnon, Nancy Lawson, Lucinda Drinnon, Susannah Jones and Sarah Davis.5,2|
|Census 1850*||Samuel AMYX appeared on the census of 25 November 1850 in Hawkins County, Tennessee.3 |
|Census 1860*||He was Head of Household on 6 June 1860 in Jackson County, Kentucky.6 |
|Death*||He died on 5 May 1888 in Egypt, Jackson County, Kentucky.7|
|Burial*||He was buried in Liberty Cemetery, Jackson County, Kentucky.7|
|Fanny Mendenhall KENNER|
|Mary Polly Pace WINSTEAD b. a 1810, d. 1891|
- [S46] Vic Hairston and Edward J. Bregenzer, The Hairston History, February 12, 1998. Personal Collection - copy.
- [S3750] Garner, Hallie Price, Ancestry and Descendants of Henry Price Jr. of Hawkins County, Tennessee, Dallas, Texas 2001, Library of Virginia - http://www.lva.virginia.gov
- [S1850] 1850 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration - Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org.
- [S1840] 1840 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration - Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org.
- [S3251] Tennessee Wills & Probate Records 1779-2008, Ancestry.com.
- [S1860] 1860 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration - Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org.
- [S48] Find A Grave Website with Photo - only listings with photos of grave markers that are contemporary to the deceased individuals death are acceptable for genealogical proof.
|Last Edited||21 Jun 2023|