Information on this page from
Windows Into Our Past, A Genealogy of the Parsons, Smith and Associated
Families, Vol. 1 ©1996, Judy Parsons Smith
, b. 1794,
Lassy Jones 4
Jonathan Jones 21
, probable daughter of John M.C.
(McClellan) Rice [John M.C. Rice, b. ca. 1770]; b.
1801, North Carolina; d. bef 1879, Scott Co., VA, she may be buried in
Pattonsville; , VA; m. Jesse Rogers
, son of Thomas
; b. 1801, Hawkins Co., TN[i];
d. between 1864/65, England Valley, Scott Co., VA[ii].
the out break of the Civil War Jesse and his family were in Scott County,
Virginia. Due to a strong Union
sentiment and outspoken opposition to the war, he was taken as a prisoner during
the time that the Confederacy held Scott County and held in a Confederate
prison. (Possibly Andersonville)
He came home after the war almost starved and in broken health.
landowner and land dealer in both Tennessee and Virginia.
and Lucinda (Rice)
at least (8) eight children:
, b. 1819, Hawkins Co., TN; d. 1863-1865, killed,
for some unknown
in mountains (did not serve during Civil War); m. Nancy Louisa Lewis
2.2. Erastus Dauswell , b. 1821, Hawkins Co., TN; m-1st Sarah (Gibson?) ; m-2nd to 18 Nov 1893, Harlan Co., KY to Eliza Lawson , daughter of Wm. Lawson , b. Lee Co., VA; m-3rd Charlotte Miller ; m-4th Eliza Brooks . He did not fight during the Civil War.
2.3. Edmond, b. 1825, Hawkins Co., TN; d. 1861-1865; m. Elizabeth Mary Tyee . See Rogers.
2.4. Caliway , b. 1830, Hawkins Co., TN; m. 6 Dec 1853, Scott Co., VA to Winney Anderson . They had moved to Missouri prior to 1879.
2.5. Arthur , b. 19 Aug 1831, Scott Co., VA; d. 25 Jun 1920, Missouri; m-1st 11 Jan 1805 to Alcy Lawson ; m-2nd 1880, Missouri to Rebecca Ingram Johnson . He fought during the Civil War and then moved to Taney County, Missouri in 1879.
2.6. Patton M.C. [, b. 1835/36, Scott Co., VA; d. 1 Aug 1864, Hancock Co., TN - killed; m-1st Malinda Tyree , b. Maryland; m-2nd to Mahala Bledsoe . Patton Rogers fought in the Civil War. He came home to gain strength from a spell of sickness, and was ambushed from corn field while sitting in the sun at the kitchen door of his home.
2.7. sister , *d. winter?