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Husband: Cpt Thomas Edward Tart
Born: 20 SEP 1822 in Marion Dist, SC
Married: after 1860 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1870 in Marion Co, SC
Father: Nathan Tart
Mother: Fama Berry
Spouses: Hester Ann Hays
Wife: Litia Ann Roberts
Born: 1841/1842 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1860 in Marion Dist, SC
Father: William Dawson Roberts
Mother: Letitia Manning
Spouses:
Additional Information

Cpt Thomas Edward Tart:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1830;

!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist, SC pg 140 w/Fanny TART age 15-19 (1820/25);

!CENSUS:1850;

!NAMED-FAMILY BIBLE:
Bible Record of Henry and Charity (Crawford) Berry
Bible is in the possession of Mary Berry Welch who contributed photocopies of the Bible pages.
Pee Dee Queue, January-February 2010 pp. 4-5

FAMILY RECORD
Henry Berry was married to Charity Crawford April 1st 1819
G. W. Berry was married to Joan Elerbe Sep 24= 1850
Elihu Berry was married to Mary Jane Hasselden April 15= 1852
James Berry was married to Harriet Alford August the 13th 1861

Henry Berry son of Stephen Berry was born January 13th 1796
Charity Crawford wife of Henry Berry was born April 1, 1798 [date is in starkly different hand]
Caid Berry, son of Henry Berry and Charity his wife was born February 6th 1820
Gewood Berry, son of Henry Berry and Charity his wife was born November 25th 1821
Elihu Berry son of Henry and Charity Berry was born June 21st 1824
Mary Berry daughter of Henry and Charity Berry was born August 20th 1826
Telathia Berry daughter of Henry and Charity Berry was born January 25 1829
Verzilla Berry daughter of Henry and Charity Berry was born December 30th 1830
James Berry son of Henry and Charity Berry was born Jan 15 1833
Stephen Berry son of Henry and Charity Berry was born June 15 day 1835 [in different handwriting]
David Berry son of Henry and Charity Berry was born May the 24th 1837 and
died at the age of 2 years [inserted in different hand]
Ann Crawford was born September the 7th 1827 A.D.
Mary Crawford was born December the 5th 1829 A.D.

[Second page of Family Record]
H. Tart was born July 22= 1820
Thomas Tart was born September 20= 1822
Jane Tart born September 25= 1824

Lucinda daughter of John Mace Verzila her mother born January the 8th 1849
Margaret E. daughter of John Mace Virzila her mother was born May the 1th 1851 a.d.
Telatha Easterling was bornd the 30 of Aug 1844
Flora was borned in 1848

[The below is on a separate, blank page of what appears to be a Bible study book.]
Henry Berry Jan 13 1796
Charity Crawford 1798
married - April 1st 1819
Mary Berry -
Telatha Berry Jan
Verzila Berry December 3- [day and year illegible]
Caid Berry ---
Telatha Easterling;


!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. 148-157
...
Fama Berry, who married Nathan Tart, born in 1791, and died in 1884, was a most remarkable woman, physically and mentally. The writer went to see her a year or so before she died ; she was very large and corpulent, suppose she weighed 250 or more ; she said she had never in her life been sick but little, and had never taken any medicine, except what she prescribed for and could procure for herself; her mental powers were unimpaired and her memory of persons, families and events excelled anything of the kind I ever met with. I wrote her obituary and published it in the "Marion Star" newspaper, soon after her death. She was not sick when she died, as it was told the writer by her son-in-law, Wilson Hays -who called in a physician to see her, who said the fat had overgrown the heart so as to prevent its action, and no relief was possible. Fama Tart raised several sons, Enos, James H., H. Tart, Thomas E. and Gadie, and several daughters. The sons are, perhaps, all dead; also the daughters, except Jane, who married Willis Waters, who lives in Florence County; and Wilson Hays' wife. H. H. Tart, who was an excellent and energetic man of high character in his sphere of life, died last year, about seventy-eight years of age. Fama Tart's children and great-grand-children, and even another generation of them, are numerous. ;

!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. 209-213
...
William D. Roberts married Lishia Manning, a daughter of old John Manning, and had and raised a considerable family, sons -John M. Roberts and William Roberts ; they both have families unknown. Daughters of Wm. D. Roberts Penelope, and perhaps another, married sons of Charles Taylor, both of which Taylors were killed or died in the Confederate War. Another daughter, Julia Ann, married A. H. Harrelson, who has a family of several children. Another, Lispia Ann, married Captain Thomas E. Tart ; Tart is dead. Another (name not remembered) married Dugal C. McIntyre; McIntyre is dead ; left a family of several children, and the widow still survives. Another married an Avant; he is dead, his widow survives ; there were no children. And one other daughter (name not remembered) still unmarried. ;

Litia Ann Roberts:

Notes:

!NOTES:I (Marty Grant) am not related to this person as far as I know. However, I am interested in all Roberts families in the Marion and Horry Co., SC region;


!REFERENCE:
http://www.martygrant.com/
http://www.martygrant.com/genealogy/roberts/NC-SC/


!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist, SC # 1062/1067
William D. Roberts, 44, Farmer $2500 Marion
Letta, 35
Lucinda, 16
Penelope, 14
Pinkney, 11
Julan, 10 F
Ann, 8
Seneth, 7
Catherine, 4
John, 1;


!CENSUS:1860 Marion Dist., SC pg 71 Marion Twp, Temperence Hill PO # 1117/1105
Wm D. Roberts, 53
P. J. 21 M
J. A. 18 F
E. A. 17 F
C. 15 F
C. 13 F
J. M. 11 M
Wm 9 M
M. J. 7 F
L. E. 5 F;


!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. 209-213
...
William D. Roberts married Lishia Manning, a daughter of old John Manning, and had and raised a considerable family, sons -John M. Roberts and William Roberts ; they both have families unknown. Daughters of Wm. D. Roberts Penelope, and perhaps another, married sons of Charles Taylor, both of which Taylors were killed or died in the Confederate War. Another daughter, Julia Ann, married A. H. Harrelson, who has a family of several children. Another, Lispia Ann, married Captain Thomas E. Tart ; Tart is dead. Another (name not remembered) married Dugal C. McIntyre; McIntyre is dead ; left a family of several children, and the widow still survives. Another married an Avant; he is dead, his widow survives ; there were no children. And one other daughter (name not remembered) still unmarried. ;

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