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Husband: James R Tart
Born: 1796/1797 in Georgetown Dist, SC (now Marion Co, SC)
Married: 1820/1830 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 02 MAR 1863 in Marion Dist, SC
Father: John Tart
Mother: Elizabeth Crawford
Spouses:
Wife: Julie Ann Smith
Born: 1799/1800 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 1858/1860 in Marion Dist, SC
Father:
Mother:
Spouses:
Children
01 (M): John W Tart
Born: 14 APR 1831 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 14 APR 1875 in Marion Co, SC
Spouses: Margaret E Bethea
02 (F): Amelia E Tart
Born: 01 MAY 1833 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 11 JUL 1894 in Marion Co, SC
Spouses: John C Campbell, Pvt
03 (F): Julia Ann Tart
Born: 1834/1835 in Marion Dist, SC
Died:
Spouses: ?
04 (M): James H Tart
Born: 1836/1837 in Marion Dist, SC
Died:
Spouses:
05 (M): Leonard Chapman Tart
Born: 1838/1839 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1870 in Marion Co, SC
Spouses: Preci
06 (M): Enos Murchison Tart
Born: 1845/1846 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: in Columbus Co, NC
Spouses:
07 (M): Charles G Tart
Born: 1846/1847 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1870 in Marion Co, SC
Spouses: Martha J
08 (M): M C Tart
Born: 1851/1852 in Marion Dist, SC
Died:
Spouses:
09 (M): W Tart
Born: 1854/1855 in Marion Dist, SC
Died:
Spouses:
10 (F): B Tart
Born: 1857/1858 in Marion Dist, SC
Died:
Spouses:
Additional Information

James R Tart:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1800 Marion Dist, pg 796 w/John TART age 0-9 (1790/1800);

!CENSUS:1810 Marion Dist, SC pg 83 w/John TART age 10-15 (1794/1800);

!CENSUS:1820 Marion Dist, SC pg 67 w/John TART age 16-25 (1794/1804);

!TAXLIST:1824 Marion Dist, SC James TART $0.26;

!CENSUS:1830 Marion Dist., SC pg 50
James Tart age 30-39 (1790/1800)
000001-21001-0-slaves=310000-000100;

!NAMED-PROBATE ROLL # 760 Marion Co., SC John Tart 1833
Will dated 1 Jul 1827
Wife Nancy Tart
sons James Tart, John G. Tart, Enos Tart, THoms A. Tart, Roderick Tart, Jerome Tart
daus Mary Odom, Catharine Jones, Martha Deer, Sarah Bird
youngest daus Elizabeth Tart, Nancy Tart
Exec: My son James Tart
W: Edward B. Wheeler, Enos Tart, Peter Bird.
Proved (no date), next document 8 Mar 1833
...;

!DEED:19 Dec 1836 Marion Co., SC Book Q page 212
Sarah Tart of Marion Dist, for good will and affection towards by grandson James R. Tart, two beds, furniture ...
S: Sarah (X) Tart
W: Archd Kerby, Fanny (X) Tart;

!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist, SC pg 176 James TART age 40-49 (1790/1800) "1100101-112101";

!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC pg 77, # 1147/1152
James Tart 53 Farmer $3000 Marion
Julan, 50
John, 19 "
Amelia, 17
Julan, 15
James, 13
Leonard, 11
Enos, 4
Charles, 3;

!CENSUS:1860 Marion Dist, SC Marion Twp, pg 88, # 1384
James TART, 62 (1797/98) born SC
Julia, 25
James H. 22
L. C. (m), 20
E. M. (m) 14
C. G. (m), 12
M. C. (m), 8
W. (m), 5
B. (f) 2;

!PROBATE:Marion Co, SC Probates, Vol III, Roll # 1955, Page 193;

!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 193-197

Tart ...
Of the brothers of old Enos, John and Nathan, John Tart, I think, married a Miss Crawford; he raised two sons and some daughters; the sons were James and Enos Tart — the name Enos runs down to the present generation in every family. James Tart's brother, Enos, was called "Dog Enos," for distinction. Why they gave him so unsavory a name is not now known. The writer has seen him, or saw him, about sixty years ago ; he was regarded as a bully on the muster fields of that day ; I do not know what became of him. James, the older brother, was a very respectable man and good citizen ; he married Miss Julia Ann Smith, and raised a large family of sons and daughters, all of whom are now dead, except the youngest son, Enos Murchison Tart, who married in Columbus County, N. C, where he settled and now resides. John W. Tart, the oldest son of James, married a daughter of Rev. Samuel J. Bethea, raised a large family of sons and daughters, who are now among us as citizens of the county ; he died on April 14th, 1875, of a cancer on the tongue. A daughter of James Tart, Amelia, married the late John C. Campbell, near Ebenezer Church, where he and she both died a few years ago; they raised a large family of sons, and two daughters, perhaps eight or ten sons. Some of the sons, two or three, are dead, leaving no family, and one of the daughters is also dead, unmarried; the others are among us, and are respectable citizens. James Tart died during the war, on the place near Moody's Mill, now owned by the estate of the late Governor Ellerbe. ;

!REFERENCE:"A History of Marion County, South Carolina" by W.W. Sellers, Esq. 1902. Pg 320 - 327;

Julie Ann Smith:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1830 Marion Dist, SC pg 50 w/James TART age 20-29 (1800/10);

!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist, SC pg 176 w/James TART age 30-39 (1800/10);

!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC pg 77, # 1147/1152
James Tart 53 Farmer $3000 Marion
Julan, 50
John, 19 "
Amelia, 17
Julan, 15
James, 13
Leonard, 11
Enos, 4
Charles, 3;

!CENSUS:1860 * Apparently deceased, as not with James TART in Marion Dist, SC;


!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 193-197

Tart ...
James, the older brother, was a very respectable man and good citizen ; he married Miss Julia Ann Smith, and raised a large family of sons and daughters, all of whom are now dead, except the youngest son, Enos Murchison Tart, who married in Columbus County, N. C, where he settled and now resides. John W. Tart, the oldest son of James, married a daughter of Rev. Samuel J. Bethea, raised a large family of sons and daughters, who are now among us as citizens of the county ; he died on April 14th, 1875, of a cancer on the tongue. A daughter of James Tart, Amelia, married the late John C. Campbell, near Ebenezer Church, where he and she both died a few years ago; they raised a large family of sons, and two daughters, perhaps eight or ten sons. Some of the sons, two or three, are dead, leaving no family, and one of the daughters is also dead, unmarried; the others are among us, and are respectable citizens. James Tart died during the war, on the place near Moody's Mill, now owned by the estate of the late Governor Ellerbe. ;

(04) James H Tart:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist, SC pg 176 w/James TART age 0-4 (1835/40);

!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC pg 77, # 1147/1152
James Tart 53 Farmer $3000 Marion
Julan, 50
John, 19 "
Amelia, 17
Julan, 15
James, 13
Leonard, 11
Enos, 4
Charles, 3;

!CENSUS:1860 Marion Dist, SC Marion Twp, pg 88, # 1384
James TART, 62 (1797/98) born SC
Julia, 25
James H. 22 Methodist Minister
L. C. (m), 20
E. M. (m) 14
C. G. (m), 12
M. C. (m), 8
W. (m), 5
B. (f) 2;

!CENSUS:1870;

(06) Enos Murchison Tart:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC pg 77, # 1147/1152
James Tart 53 Farmer $3000 Marion
Julan, 50
John, 19 "
Amelia, 17
Julan, 15
James, 13
Leonard, 11
Enos, 4
Charles, 3;

!CENSUS:1860 Marion Dist, SC Marion Twp, pg 88, # 1384
James TART, 62 (1797/98) born SC
Julia, 25
James H. 22
L. C. (m), 20
E. M. (m) 14
C. G. (m), 12
M. C. (m), 8
W. (m), 5
B. (f) 2;

!CENSUS:1870 Marion Co, SC Moodys # 15
Enos TART, 24 SC
Phillip TURNER, 21;

!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 193-197

Tart ...
James, the older brother, was a very respectable man and good citizen ; he married Miss Julia Ann Smith, and raised a large family of sons and daughters, all of whom are now dead, except the youngest son, Enos Murchison Tart, who married in Columbus County, N. C, where he settled and now resides. John W. Tart, the oldest son of James, married a daughter of Rev. Samuel J. Bethea, raised a large family of sons and daughters, who are now among us as citizens of the county ; he died on April 14th, 1875, of a cancer on the tongue. A daughter of James Tart, Amelia, married the late John C. Campbell, near Ebenezer Church, where he and she both died a few years ago; they raised a large family of sons, and two daughters, perhaps eight or ten sons. Some of the sons, two or three, are dead, leaving no family, and one of the daughters is also dead, unmarried; the others are among us, and are respectable citizens. James Tart died during the war, on the place near Moody's Mill, now owned by the estate of the late Governor Ellerbe. ;

(08) M C Tart:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1860 Marion Dist, SC Marion Twp, pg 88, # 1384
James TART, 62 (1797/98) born SC
Julia, 25
James H. 22
L. C. (m), 20
E. M. (m) 14
C. G. (m), 12
M. C. (m), 8
W. (m), 5
B. (f) 2;

!CENSUS:1870;

(09) W Tart:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1860 Marion Dist, SC Marion Twp, pg 88, # 1384
James TART, 62 (1797/98) born SC
Julia, 25
James H. 22
L. C. (m), 20
E. M. (m) 14
C. G. (m), 12
M. C. (m), 8
W. (m), 5
B. (f) 2;

!CENSUS:1870;

(10) B Tart:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1860 Marion Dist, SC Marion Twp, pg 88, # 1384
James TART, 62 (1797/98) born SC
Julia, 25
James H. 22
L. C. (m), 20
E. M. (m) 14
C. G. (m), 12
M. C. (m), 8
W. (m), 5
B. (f) 2;

!CENSUS:1870;

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