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Susan (View posts)
Posted: 31 Jul 2003 6:49PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: HYMANS NC to SC
Looking for information on the Hymans in this area in the 1700s. A Thomas Hyman ( born ? died 1774) of Halifax County, NC, was said to have been related (son?) of Hugh Hyman of Bucklesbury Plantation in Bertie County, NC.
The Hymans also owned land in Martin County prior to the Civil War.
Some of the Hymans later migrated to SC.
Any help is appreciated.
SGM

Re: BUCKLESBURY PLANTATION

Posted: 20 Aug 2003 12:51AM GMT
Classification: Query
Susan..

I have some information which I hope will help - Hugh Hyman leased the Bucklesbury Plantation form Laurence Sarson 4 Jan 1723. Thomas Hyman was a son of Hugh Hyman and Mary Ray, born 1734, died 9 Sept 1773, Marion County NC. I am a decendent of Hugh Hyman that migrated to SC. I would like to interface with you regarding sharing Hyman information.

Re: BUCKLESBURY PLANTATION

Posted: 19 Nov 2003 2:18AM GMT
Classification: Query
I am following up on a Hyman history that was begun by Nathan Council Hyman. There is a large notebook of his research.
I have not, nor was Nathan, able to find a birthdate for Hugh the first, or who his parents were or did they immigrate here from England as some thought. The earliest info I have is the marriage date of 1723. Any info you have along this line would be appreciated.

Re: BUCKLESBURY PLANTATION

Susan (View posts)
Posted: 19 Nov 2003 1:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hyman, Gibbs, O'Cain/Cain
I have about 1702 as a birthdate for Hugh H. Hyman. I copied Hyman notes from the Three Rivers Historical Society in SC.
According to these notes on the Hyman family, Hugh H. Hyman came from Gloucestershire, England. He died Jan. 15, 1757 in Bertie County, NC.
He was said to have arrived in North Carolina in the early 1700's. He witnessed several deeds including one in Chowan County on March 2, 1721/22. This deed is recorded in the court house in Edenton County, NC.
I have some information on these deeds if you need it..
Have you come across any Gibbs in your research of the Hymans?
The Hymans I am related to migrated to SC from NC between 1810 and 1820.
This would have been John Eaton Hyman,and Lawrence Hyman.
Was his wife's name Mary Ray? Was Ray her last name?
Susan

Re: BUCKLESBURY PLANTATION

Sarah Hyman (View posts)
Posted: 21 Nov 2003 3:24AM GMT
Classification: Query

Susan, The notebook I have on the Hymans has about 5 pages about Lawrence (Larry) Hyman and John Eaton Hyman. Mostly general info. Listing of children and marriages. But it does mention the marriage of Martha A. Cain to John W Hyman and also the marriage of Laura A.Gibbs to John L. Finklea. I can try to scan these and send to you direct as an attachment, fax them or mail, which ever is best for you.
I have no info on Hugh. H. Hymans wife's name other than Mary. I got the May from Carlisle Lewis' s message.
E-mail me direct.
Sarah Hyman
Georgia
sarahkhyman@aol.com.



Re: BUCKLESBURY PLANTATION

Susan (View posts)
Posted: 21 Nov 2003 11:57AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hyman, Gibbs, Cain/O'Cain, Martin, Whitley
Thanks for responding,
I have been tracing a Cannon Gibbs back to NC, to find out where he was born. (b-July 18, 1805) He is buried here in SC.( d-Sept. 19, 1857). I have information on his children.
I was hoping to find his parents in the area where the Hymans were living in Martin or Bertie County, NC. Many others migrated to Marion County from that area including Hymans, and O'Cains/Cains.Cannon arrived in Marion County, SC about 1820 or a little sooner. No record of another Gibbs with him? His name starts showing up on court records about 1820, including his marriage to the widow Hyman.
He married Welthy Hyman, the widow of John Eaton Hyman.
According to research, Cannon Gibbs was only 19 at the time they wed! Being so young, he must have migrated with someone to SC, and I have not found out yet who they were. Many others have researched with no luck on his birth place. One Hyman researcher claims he came from Edenton, NC.
Some think that "Cannon" was just a nickname, so that makes it even harder. I have thought maybe Cannon was his mother's maiden name, but no luck with that theory either.
I have checked with MANY researchers in NC with no clues.
I had thought maybe the Gibbs in Hyde County, NC were his ancestors, but no one in that area has any information on him.
If you run across a Cannon and Gibbs connection PLEASE let me know!
Thanks Again,
Susan in SC

Re: BUCKLESBURY PLANTATION

Jerry Kirkpatrick (View posts)
Posted: 17 May 2004 2:27AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bower, Geren, Guerin, Hawkins, Hyman, Kinman, Kirkpatrick, Lokey, Polk, Rayner, Sherrod, Spratt
Hello! I am a great grandson of Joseph Henry Hyman (Henry Hyman, John D. Hyman, Thomas I. Hyman, Hugh H. Hyman). He was a colonel in the CSA Army, serving with Lee. He and family later moved from Raleigh, NC to Stephenville, TX. I would be glad to find out how we are connected to you and the Hymans of SC.

Re: BUCKLESBURY PLANTATION

Susan (View posts)
Posted: 17 May 2004 12:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hyman, Gibbs, O'Cain/Cain
I am related to(1) Hugh H. Hyman born about 1702 in Gloucestershire, England. He died Jan. 15, 1757 in Bertie County, NC. He was married to a Mary Ray?
Hugh and Mary had a son named (2)John Dustin Hyman born about 1726 in Bertie County, NC, and died 1794 in Bertie County, NC. John Dustin Hyman was married to Dinah Manning. Their son(3) John Dustin Hyman Jr. born( ?) and died 1813 in Martin County, NC. John Jr. married Elizabeth Burnett. John Dustin Hyman, Jr had a son (4) Lawrence "Larry" Hyman born 1792 in Martin County, NC and died 1886 in Hymanville, SC. Lawrence married Martha O'Cain. Lawrence Hyman had a son (5) Canna Bass Hyman born 1818 and died 1864 In SC.Canna Bass Hyman was married to Seana Stone. Their daughter(6) Frances Eleanor Hyman married Joseph S. Gibbs. Joseph S. Gibbs (1824-1891) was the son of Cannon and Welthy Gibbs. Joseph and Frances Hyman Gibbs were my great, great grandparents.
Welthy Gibbs was first married to John Eaton Hyman from Martin County, NC (abt 1790 and died 1819) They lived in Marion County, SC.
As I mentioned there was a Hymanville, SC. It is now called Hyman, SC located in Florence County. As you can see these Hymans migrated to SC in the late 1700s.
There are many Hymans in this area. If you need more information, let me know.
Susan in SC


Re: BUCKLESBURY PLANTATION

Jerry Kirkpatrick (View posts)
Posted: 17 May 2004 11:53PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello! Many thanks for the wonderful genealogical records. Here is what I have on my end
of the family:

1. Joseph Henry Hyman, b. 24 March 1835 in Edgecombe,
North Carolina, d. 6 February 1901 in Stephenville,
Texas, Graduated from the University of North Carolina
1855 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Captain, Company
G, North Carolina regiment, CSA 1 May 1861, Major, CSA
15 October 1862, Battle of Gettysburg, wounded in foot
1863 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Lt. Colonel, CSA 2
March 1863, Colonel, CSA 13 June 1863, Surrendered
Confederate brigade to Union Army April 1865 in
Appomatox, Virginia, Applied for Confederate pension
from State of Texas 21 June 1899 in Stephenville,
Texas, buried 14 July 1906 in Oakwood Cemetery, Fort
Worth, Texas

Father: Henry Hyman, b. 4 July 1806, d. 27
December 1856 in Tarboro, North Carolina
Mother: Martha Porter, b. 5 December 1811, d. 11
January 1846 in Tarboro, North Carolina

Spouse: Sallie Polk Rayner, b. 30 March 1845 in
Raleigh, North Carolina, d. 10 February 1905 in Fort
Worth, Texas, buried 17 February 1905 in Oakwood
Cemetery, Fort Worth, Texas

Father: Kenneth Rayner, b. 1808 in Hertford
County, North Carolina, d. 6 March 1884 in Washington,
D. C., cause of death Stroke
Mother: Susan Spratt Polk, b. 25 May 1822 in
Raleigh, North Carolina, d. 10 July 1909 in San
Antonio, Texas, buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Fort
Worth, Texas

Married 13 November 1867.

Children:

1 2. Susan Polk Hyman, b. 19 August 1868 in Memphis,
Tennessee, m. Avery Lenoir Matlock, 1903 in Fort
Worth, Texas, d. 2 February 1960 in San Antonio,
Texas, cause of death Stroke; 2 grandchildren

2 3. Harry Hyman, b. 2 January 1872 in Forrest Home,
Mississippi, m. Sarah Minna Chalk, 22 March 1906, d. 2
December 1934 in San Antonio, Texas, Graduated from
Columbia [Columbus?] Law School in Washington, D. C.,
Donated land for school with Sarah Minna Chalk, 1923
in Hyman, Texas, buried 4 December 1934 in Oakwood
Cemetery, Fort Worth, Texas; 1 grandchild

3 4. Mary Rayner Hyman, b. 30 May 1875 in
Stephenville, Texas, m. Silas Lee King, 30 November
1898; 2 grandchildren

4 5. Sallie Josephine Hyman, b. 2 February 1878 in
Stephenville, Texas, m. Leroy Kirkpatrick, 22 March
1910 in Stanton, Texas, d. 26 May 1948 in Weslaco,
Texas, cause of death Heart attack; 3 grandchildren

5 6. Kenneth Rayner Hyman, b. 5 December 1881 in
Stephenville, Texas, m. Meletona Benavides, 29 April
1908, d. 22 March 1950 in San Antonio, Texas,
Wholesale Grocer 1910 in Fort Worth, Texas, Real
Estate Agent 1920 in San Antonio, Texas, Delivery Man
for Lee factory 1930 in San Antonio, Texas; 2
grandchildren

6 7. Joseph Henry Hyman, Jr., b. 19 March 1883 in
Stephenville, Texas, m. Minnie ?, d. 15 October 1953
in San Antonio, Texas

Children and grandchildren:

2. Susan Polk Hyman, b. 19 August 1868 in Memphis,
Tennessee, d. 2 February 1960 in San Antonio, Texas,
cause of death Stroke

Father: 1. Joseph Henry Hyman
Mother: Sallie Polk Rayner

Spouse: Avery Lenoir Matlock, b. 22 April 1852 in
Roane County, Tennessee, m. Annie S. Herbert, 1877, m.
Alice Hyatt, 1881, d. 13 July 1933 in San Antonio,
Texas

Father: Avery Matlock
Mother: Margaret Russell

Attorney and state senator, the son of Avery? and
Margaret (Russell) Matlock. He attended the University
of Tennessee and in 1873 graduated from Cumberland Law
School in Lebanon, Tennessee. He moved to Texas and,
at the persuasion of his former roommate, John Hall
Stephens, settled in Montague County. Matlock served
as county attorney of Montague County from 1875 to
1878, during which time he successfully prosecuted
several gangs of murderers. He was elected to the
Texas House of Representatives in 1881 and to the
Texas Senate in 1883. In 1887 he was sent to the XIT
Ranch as a legal investigator for the Capitol Freehold
Land and Investment Company He was instrumental in
clearing the XIT properties of desperadoes and putting
the ranch on a sound financial basis. In 1901 he
represented the company in extensive suits. In 1906 he
moved to San Antonio, where he went into private law
practice. He served as city attorney of San Antonio
and was one of the organizers of the Rockport and
Mexican Railroad, which he served as general attorney.

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Fort Worth Star-Telegram, July 15,
1933. J. Evetts Haley, The XIT Ranch of Texas and the
Early Days of the Llano Estacado (Chicago: Lakeside,
1929; rpts., Norman: University of Oklahoma Press,
1953, 1967). Men of Affairs of San Antonio (San
Antonio Newspaper Artists' Association, 1912).

Married 1903 in Fort Worth, Texas.

Children and grandchildren:

1 Sally King Matlock, adopted by Susan Polk Hyman
and Avery Lenoir Matlock, aft. 1903

2 Ruth Russell Matlock, b. 22 July 1907, adopted by
Susan Polk Hyman and Avery Lenoir Matlock, aft. 22
July 1907, d. 9 October 1997 in Dallas, Texas


3. Harry Hyman, b. 2 January 1872 in Forrest Home,
Mississippi, d. 2 December 1934 in San Antonio, Texas,
Graduated from Columbia [Columbus?] Law School in
Washington, D. C., buried 4 December 1934 in Oakwood
Cemetery, Fort Worth, Texas

Father: 1. Joseph Henry Hyman
Mother: Sallie Polk Rayner

Spouse: Sarah Minna Chalk, b. 29 March 1871 in Elk
Falls, Kansas, m. William Thomas Scott, 25 November
1890, d. 20 December 1948 in San Antonio, Texas,
Organized Alamo Chapter, DAR 3 November 1913 in San
Antonio, Texas, Became postmistress of new post office
September 1924 in Hyman, Texas

Father: Robert Chalk
Mother: Ann Butcher

Married 22 March 1906.
Donated land for school 1923 in Hyman, Texas.

Children and grandchildren:

1 Harry Hyman (2), b. 23 June 1911 in San Antonio,
Texas


4. Mary Rayner Hyman, b. 30 May 1875 in Stephenville,
Texas

Father: 1. Joseph Henry Hyman
Mother: Sallie Polk Rayner

Spouse: Silas Lee King, b. ca. 1870, d. 22 February
1917 in El Paso, Texas

Birthdate extrapolated from birth certificate for
Mary Rayner King.

Married 30 November 1898.

Children and grandchildren:

1 Kenneth Rayner King, b. 13 April 1902 in
Stephenville, Texas, d. 16 September 1992 in San
Antonio, Texas

2 Mary Rayner King, b. 8 January 1907 in Stanton,
Texas, Birth Certificate granted 29 August 1953 in
Stanton, Texas


5. Sallie Josephine Hyman, b. 2 February 1878 in
Stephenville, Texas, d. 26 May 1948 in Weslaco, Texas,
cause of death Heart attack

Father: 1. Joseph Henry Hyman
Mother: Sallie Polk Rayner

Spouse: Leroy Kirkpatrick, b. 1862 in Shelby County,
Texas, d. 10 December 1938 in Weslaco, Texas, Mustered
into Frontier Forces, State of Texas (Texas Rangers)
22 April 1898, Discharged from Texas Rangers 17 June
1898, cause of death Heart attack

Father: Lewis Albert Kirkpatrick, b. January 1826
in Roane County, Tennessee, d. 21 July 1901 in San
Saba, Texas
Mother: Elizabeth Bower (3), b. 1821 in
Georgetown, Tennessee, d. 19 October 1899 in San Saba,
Texas

AKA Lee C. Kirkpatrick

Married 22 March 1910 in Stanton, Texas.

Children and grandchildren:

1 Mary Lee Kirkpatrick, b. 8 September 1911 in
Stanton, Texas, d. 8 September 1911 in Stanton, Texas,
cause of death Stillborn

2 Harry Hyman Kirkpatrick, b. 3 June 1913 in
Stanton, Texas, m. Eugenia Lucille Markowsky, 24
December 1939, d. 12 August 1988 in Weslaco, Texas,
cause of death Emphysema & aortic aneurysm; 3
grandchildren

3 Joseph Rayner Kirkpatrick, b. 9 December 1917 in
Stanton, Texas, m. Elnora Marion Anderson, 18 August
1940 in Donna, Texas, d. 21 November 1991 in McAllen,
Texas, cause of death Emphysema; 2 grandchildren


6. Kenneth Rayner Hyman, b. 5 December 1881 in
Stephenville, Texas, d. 22 March 1950 in San Antonio,
Texas, Wholesale Grocer 1910 in Fort Worth, Texas,
Real Estate Agent 1920 in San Antonio, Texas, Delivery
Man for Lee factory 1930 in San Antonio, Texas

Father: 1. Joseph Henry Hyman
Mother: Sallie Polk Rayner

Spouse: Meletona Benavides, b. in Laredo, Texas

Married 29 April 1908.

Children and grandchildren:

1 Kenneth Rayner Hyman, Jr., b. 14 October 1909, m.
Gladys Pearl Sohn, d. 3 November 1991; 2 grandchildren

2 Harry Hyman (3), b. ca. 1912


7. Joseph Henry Hyman, Jr., b. 19 March 1883 in
Stephenville, Texas, d. 15 October 1953 in San
Antonio, Texas

Father: 1. Joseph Henry Hyman
Mother: Sallie Polk Rayner

Spouse: Minnie ?

Re: BUCKLESBURY PLANTATION

Betty Britton (View posts)
Posted: 18 May 2004 4:21PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hyman, Gill, Spivey, Sharrock, Cherry (Bertie Co, N.C.)
Susan, I am researching Joel Hyman, d.1817 Bertie Co.
He married Polly Pender, 8 June 1800, according to B.C. Index. My Previous records had her name as Mary so I presume Polly to be nickname, I do not know his parentage and I have not been able to do much searching for the past year. Joel had a daughter, Elizabeth Hyman who married into the Gill family, also of B.C. The Hyman name was used in male descendants for several generations of the Gill family after that.
Do you have any info on Joel Hyman?
You may email me directly, please.
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