FLANARY

Flanary, Flanery, Flannary, Flannery[1]

Text Box: According to John Flanary – ships that came into the southern states did not directly do so.  They first went to Barbados or Bermuda and then sailed into Charleston, SC or some other southern port.  Many times these ships carried slaves. 

He also informed me that rarely on the ship registries would you find a member of the crew – as those listed were paying passengers.  Those who were working on the ship for their passage would not have been listed nor would members of the crew.

The British found it difficult to settle the land in the Carolinas.  So they offered passage and land to those who would settle in the Carolina’s. 

Check ships coming from Barbados to South Carolina.  France and Spain implementing a passport for travel up the Mississippi River from New Orleans. 

The French settled in Louisiana in the early 1700’s.  Germans settled in the area around Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
There are several variations of the name which are derived from the Gaelic flan, ruddy and gaile, of valor.  The translation of which would be "of Conspicuous valor."  An ancient form of the name is Flaitheamhnas meaning "Dominant."

Thomas Elkannah Flanary

Thomas Elkannah Flanary , b. ca. 1670 in? Derry , or? Ulster , Ireland ? ? Glenfinnen , Scotland ? ? Bath , England ? America ; d. in Colonial America ? [Our hypothetical immigrant ancestor]; m to Miss Unknown , b. Scotland .   

Thomas Elkannah  & Miss (Unknown) Flanary  the hypothetical parents of:

        Mr. Flanary

Mr. Flanary

Mr. Flanary , possible son of Thomas Elkannah  & Miss (Unknown) Flanary,  b. possibly Bef. 1700 in Scotland ? England ?; d. in Colonial America ?; m. Miss Unknown . 

This hypothetical Flanary could be the father of:

1.       Thomas Flanary  Sr , b. 1722, NC[2].  
2.      
William Flanary , b. ca. 1720[3]

Kaskaskia District , Illinois

Petition of American Settlers of Bellefontaine To The Court of the
District of Kaskasia For Some Form of Civil Government, July 9, 1782
[4]

To the Honorable Court of the District of Kaskaskia

The undersigned have the honor to show you that they came into this country a few years ago with the desire of settling in this country and, since they were unable to settle in any village, not having any funds, they decided to settle at Bellefontaine.  We do not desire, gentlemen, to form and independent settlement [nor one] that would be in anywise detrimental to our neighbors, the first citizens of this country.  On the contrary, we desire to govern ourselves according to the laws which govern this country, and, as we have not the good fortune to be able to explain ourselves in, or to understand, the French language which is the one in use, it is for this reason that we, gentlemen, pray you as well as M. Richard Winston, deputy lieutenant of the county, with your joint advice to consent to nama or to form some kind of regulation by which we may be able to maintain good order among us, either by naming someone amongst us or by allowing us to name one, who shall be commissioned as is customary with the other villages.  And that peace, tranquillity, and good order shall be among us in the sincere desire with which we have the honor to be, with profound respect[5],

                Gentlemen, your very humble and very obedient servants

James Bryon .                                       (Signed)                James Moore .

[ MS. Illegible ] – te.                                              James Gartison .

               Flenery .                                                 Samuel Henley .

               Flenery.                                                                 Laton White .

               Flenery.                                                                 Aaron Poor .

               Flenery.                                                                 James Gray .

 

In consideration of the petition, above and on the other side, the Court of the aforesaid district orders that all above named persons are to present themselves in person before the said Court, or by a justice of the peace whom that shall chose amongst themselves, on the seventh day of the month of next August, in order to take the oath of fidelity to the states and another oath to sustain this Court:  we decree, etc.  Done and given in the said Court, while in session, Tuesday, July 9, 1782.

                                                                                                Antoine Bauvais , J.P.

Thomas Flanary  Sr .

Supplemental Information to "Windows Into Our Past A Genealogy of the Parsons, Smith & Associated Families, Vol. 1"  © 1996, Judy Parsons  Smith , p. 62.

1.  Thomas Flanary  Sr , b. ca. 1718-1720, Ireland[6]; d. 1782[7], Kaskaski, Illinois[8]; m. Miss Unknown , d. 1782, Kaskaski, Illinois

Military Service

1739 – at the Battle of Cartadenia

French & Indian War Service

1759 as a private in John Canty ’s  Company (Cherokee War) under the command of Col. Richard Richards on .  The men in his company were mainly from the Camden and Georgetown Districts of (old) Craven Co., South Carolina [9].  He is shown on the October 8, 1759 to January 10, 1760 paylist[10].

The Flanary’s emigrated to this country prior to 1770.  The Flanary’s were in the Raleigh , North Carolina area in the 1770’s[11].   A Thomas Flanary  was found in the 1771 & 1772 Tax List of Surry Co., NC (in 1771 Surry Co., NC was formed from Rowan Co.)

Thomas Flannary  was living in Surry Co, NC in the 1770’s[12]. 

Thomas & Miss (Unknown) Flanary  Sr. had six (6) to eight (8) children:

1.1.     William C.[13] Flanary , b. bef. 1755[14]; d. aft 1813[15]; m. Elizabeth Mauldin[16] Balden [17].  He is speculated to be the oldest child or he may be a brother to Thomas, Sr.
1.2.    
James Flanary[18] , d. 1783, Kaskaski , Illinois [19].  Served in Captain Lewis'  Company of Rangers for the Defense of the Southwestern Frontiers of Virginia – Discharged Dec. 1794 after serving 10months and 22 days.
1.3.    
John E.B.[20] Flanary  (a/k/a John I), b. ca. 1748[21], Montgomery Co[22]. , VA or NC[23]; d. Jan 1842, Lee Co., VA[24]. 
1.4.    
Silas Flanary  (a/k/a Silas I )[25], b. 1740, NC[26]; d. 1802, Russell Co., VA[27]; m. ca. 1773[28] to Violet Marshall .
1.5.    
Thomas Flanary  Jr ,O b. ca. 1752[29], probably Halifax Co., VA[30]; d. Oct 1805[31], KY[32]. He appears on the Muster Rolls of Montgomery County, Virginia during the Revolutionary War.  
1.6.    
Daniel Flanary , b. 1776, Wilkes Co, NC; d. 1818-1820, on a trip to a southern state; m. 1st 1810-1812 to Elizabeth A.  Smith , b. ca. 1776; m. 2nd 3 Mar 1818, Livingston Co., KY[33] to Patsy Cofield [34].  Is thought by some to be the oldest child of John Flanary .  On 31 May 1780 George Roger Clark  was ordered to issued powder to Daniel Flanary for use of Little Village inhabitants[35].
1.7.    
Elijah Flanary , b. ca. 1750[36]. 
1.8.    
Abraham Flanary .  He is speculated to be a child of Thomas , Sr.

John E.B. Flanary O

1.3.  John E.B.[37] Flanary , son of Thomas Flanary , b. 1748, Wilkes Co, NC[38]; d. Jan 1842, Lee Co, VA[39]; bur. Jan 1842, Pennington Cemetery, Lee Co, VA; m. 1777[40], Yadkins Co.[41] or Wilkes Co, NC to Phoebe Boggs , daughter of John  & Mary (Keys) Boggs , b. ca. 1754, NC; d. 1814, Lee Co, VA; bur. Lee Co, VA. 

John  & Silas Flanary , both served in Capt. Enoch Ozburn 's   Co. of militia in Montgomery Co, Va, 1775-83. Need proof they stole their horses back from the British in NC and escaped to Va. where they joined the militia. In print somewhere is information of a warrant issued for them by British for horse thievery. Will pay for any expense[42].

John Flanary  served in the Revolutionary War.  He served in Captain Enoch Ozburn's Company of Militia in Montgomery County , Virginia , from 1775-1783.

His service is as follows:

Revolutionary War Service:

23 Apr 1783, the Court of Montgomery County, Virginia Ordered that Joseph Simmons , John Flannary , Ephraim Ozburn  and Andrew Lofton  of Captain Osburn 's Company served on board the armed vessels in the Bay of Chesapeake unless they go to Clinch and serve the present tour of duty under Captain Ozburn (OBK B-P 172).

He served under Captain Herbert  in 1773. Served in Captain Lewis'  Company of Rangers for the Defense of the Southwestern Frontiers of Virginia – Discharged Dec. 1794 after serving 10months and 22 days.

In the 1790 Census of Wilkes County, North Carolina, Morgan District , John Flanary is shown with a wife and six children: 1 male over 16; 3 males under 16; 4 females. According to this all of John  & Phoebe Flanary's  children were born in North Carolina prior to 1790.

John Flanary  was a Baptist Minister.  From the Minutes of the Yadkin Baptist Association meeting held at Eatons Meeting House in Rowan Co, North Carolina on August 28 - 30, 1790, he is shown as a delegate of the North Fork Baptist Church located in Wilkes County , North Carolina .  After a selling 100 acres of land in Wilkes County , North Carolina in 1796 John Flanary moved to Lee County Virginia .

Served in Captain Lewis'  Company of Rangers for the Defense of the Southwestern Frontiers of Virginia – Discharged Dec. 1794 after serving 10months and 22 days.

Calendar of State Papers:

The memorial of the inhabitants of Russell county to His Excellency the Governor, and the Honorable Privy Council of Virginia , March the 11th, Anno Domini 1795:  

 

We beg leave to lay before your Honorable Body our unhappy situation, to whom alone we have reasons to hope for relief. The season of the year is now approaching in which we have reason to expect our frontiers to be invaded by our avowed enemies the Indians. Since the first settling of our country we have not escaped their scourge for one year without seeing our country laid waste and our helpless women and children a prey to their vindictive rage. It would be too tedious for to call your attention to the number of us who has experienced that never ending melancholy sight of returning to our house from our labors and finding our families lying breathless and yet bleeding from scalping knives, until our late governor and Council wisely, and happy for us, covered our frotiers with their troops, known by the volunteer militia, in the Spring of 1792, and were continued to December 1794 during which time peace, in a great measure, blessed our land, lot, by the vigilance of these troops, the approach of the enemy were generally discovered, or if any of them by any unavoidable accident got into the settlement undiscovered and accomplished their perpetrated murders, never escaped without rendering life for life and restoration of property. Not hearing of the returnn of these troops, and the season near at hand that we may experience the unhappy misfortunes too recent yet to many of us, tho' prior to the year 1792, we are induced to trouble your Board with this memorial, hoping that, tho' our situation is not personally known by many of your Honorable Body, you will not lend a deaf ear to us, nor put our lives in competition with money. In a very short time the defenseless position of our frontiers will be knwn to the enemy, on which we have every misfortune to dread. Experience has taught us by the many attempts that has been made to protect the frontiers, that none has proved so effectual in procuring peace as that of the volunteer militia.

 

Hoping that your Excellency and the Honorable the Privy Council will take us under immediate consideration and grant a return of the same kind of troops, conducted by the same officers, under whose protection we can put confidence and we in duty bound will ever pray.


Caleb Friley
, James Dickerson , Richard Long , John Morton , Henry Dennighe , Oliver Hughes , Silas Flannary , Wm. Smith , John Marshall , John Flannary , James Flannary  and others.

After a selling 100 acres of land in Wilkes County , North Carolina in 1796 John Flanary  moved to Lee County Virginia .

In 1797 the Deep Spring Church was formed with John Flanary , Elder as a leader in its organization.  

1815, found John Flanary  Sr . with assets with a total value of $1,750, consisting of:  one farm at the Deep Spring, 200 acres, having thereon one dwelling house of wood, two "story", 22 feet by 18 feet, one kitchen, one barn, one corn house, two stables, one grist mill, one story, and one "pare" of stones, valued at $1,000; three slaves valued at $750.

During the period 1825-1833 John Flanary was serving as a minister in the Turkey Cove (Dryden) area of Lee County , Virginia .  He was a former pastor of the Deep Spring Church in Lee County , Virginia . 

On 2 Mar 1833, he was called to be the pastor of the Oven Fork Church in Harlan County, Kentucky. John Flannary  owned, at least, three slaves: Robert , James  and Polly .  In 1834, his slaves Robert, James and Polly were received by experience and baptisms.

John  & Phoebe (Boggs) Flanary  had nine (9) children:

1.3.1.         John Boggs  Flannery , b. aft. 1779, North Carolina ; d. Mar 1848, Buchanan Co, Missouri .  
1.3.2.        
Martha 'Patsy' Flannery , b. 20 Dec 1779, North Carolina; d. 25 Dec 1852, Pennington Gap, Lee County, VA; bur. Dec 1852, Pennington Cemetery, North Folk Powell River, Lee Co, VA.; m. Edward " Neddy" Pennington
1.3.3.        
Thomas Flannery[43] , b. 1782[44]-1785, Grayson Co, VA; d. 1874[45], Booneville, Owsley Co, KY; m. 1802[46], Lee Co, VA[47] to Mary Rebecca Blubaugh[48] , b. ca. 1782, Lee Co, VA; d. 6 Apr 1814[49], Lee Co, VA; m 2nd to Elizabeth Parsons [50], b. 1792[51]; d. 1872[52].  
1.3.4.        
James F . or B[53]. Flannery , b. 1783, VA; d. 1846-1847, Platte, Missouri; m. ca. 1803[54] to Rachel Benham[55] , b. 1784, North Fork, Holsten River, Washington Co, VA[56]; d. aft. 1860, Platte Co, Missouri [57].  
1.3.5.        
Elijah Flannery , b. 28 Jan 1797[58], VA[59]; d. 8 Mar 1848, Andrew Co[60], Missouri; m. 18 Nov 1819[61], Lee Co, VA to Nancy Benham , b. 12 May 1799[62], Wallowa Co. or Museum, Missouri[63].  
1.3.6.        
Rebecca Flannery , b. 29 Apr 1787, Wilkes Co, NC; d. 1834, Rosedale[64], Carter Co, KY; bur. Memory Gardens, Carter Co, KY; m. 6 Dec 1802[65], Russell County[66], VA to Henry Cox , b. 14 Jun 1776[67], Russell Co, VA[68]; d. 31 Dec 1831[69], Lee Co, VA[70].  
1.3.7.        
Phoebe Flannery , b. ca. 1791, Wilkes Co, NC.  
1.3.8.        
John Flanary  Jr .[71], b. 1779[72]; d. 1850, Morgan Co, KY[73], age 71; m. Elizabeth VanSant .  
1.3.9.        
Daniel Flannery[74], b. 1776, Wilkes Co, NC; d. 1818-1820, on a trip to a southern state; m. 1810-1812

Silas FlanneryO

1.4.  Silas Flannery, son of Thomas Flannery , b. 1750; d. 1801, Russell Co, VA; m. 1772 to Violet Marshall.

Revolutionary War Service:

Will of Silas Flannery Recorded 1802

The Will of Silas Flannery  was destroyed in a courthouse fire in 1871. His will was recorded in Will Book 1.

Russell County , Virginia January 26 th 1802,

"The last will and testament of Silas Flannery  dec'd was produced in court and proven by the oath of Henry Dickenson, a witness thereto and ordered to be recorded[75]" (OBK 3-175)

Ordered that John Damson , James Osborn , Charles Bickley  and John Banner  being sworn for that purpose, do appraise the Estate of Silas Flannery  dec'd and return and account to next Court [76].  

On the motion of Violet Flannery  who made oath according to law and together with Nathan Ellington  and John Montgomery , her securities entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of one hundred and sixty ponds conditioned as the law directs, certificate is granted her for obtaining letters of administration on the Estate of Silas Flannery  dec'd with the will annexed in due form[77] (OBK-176)

Milita and Frontier Defense Papers 1793-1794

These papers are preserved in the Virginia State Library. They are the discharge papers of Capt. Andrew Lewis'  Company.

The men were paid.  $5.50 per month or $ 0.18 per day for privates, $6.50 per month for Corporals, $7.50 per month for Sergeants and $25.00 per month for scouts.  All the papers are dated Dec. 1794 unless noted otherwise.

Captain Lewis'  Company was the First Co. of Rangers for the Defense of the Southwestern Frontiers of Virginia .

Here is a list of names, as they appear with the number of months and days served following the name.

Michael Conner , sergeant, 11m 15d                                             Aron Short , 10m 22d                                                      Henry (X) Donahoe , 11m 3d  
Ruthirford Will
, 6m                                                                       Henry (X) Cox , 10m 22d                                               James (X) Howard , 11m 8d  
Joseph Vickers
, 6m 9d                                                                 Wm. (X) Cox , 10m 22d                                                 John (X) Howard , 11m 8d  
Joseph (X) Brown
, 7m 5d                                                            Thomas (X) Francis  10m 22d                                         Thomas (X) Howard , 11m 8d  
James Darby
, sergeant, 7m 7d, dated Aug. 1794                          Richard (X) Damril , 10m 22d                                          John (X) Carter , 10m 27d  
Jeremiah (X) Sallards
, 10m 14d                                                    John (X) Bridon  10m 23d                                               William (X) West  11 8d  
Wm. Bowling
, 7m 12d                                                                  John Edwards  10m 22d                                                  Samuel Short , 11m 15d  
James (X) Cain
, 10m                                                                    Thomas Donalson , 11m 4d                                                   
Peter Anderson
, 10m 7d                                                               Abraham Clinton, deserter, was furnished with some articles by Ensign Covill
Jesse (X) Howard
, 9m 27d                                                           Lewis (X) Walters  11m 14d  
Thomas (X) Burgess
 9m 3d                                                           Joseph Jones  10m 27d                                                    John (X) Hanee , 11m 15d
Townsen Duncan
 (Dunclin),  10m 7d                                            William Smith , 11m 14d                                                  Matthew Moss , 11m 15d  
James (X) Flannery
 10m 20d                                                      James Moss , 10m 27d                                                   Benj. (X) Howard , 11m 8d
John (X) Flannery
 10m 22d                                                        George (X) Smith , 10m 27d  
Lilam (Silas) (X) Flannery
 10m 22d                                           Thos. (X) Brown , 10m 26d  
John Phipps
, 11m 8d  "damned rascal & no soldier in the first company of soldiers, having been compelled to serve"  

Silas  & Violet (Marshall) Flannery  had ten (10) children:

1.1.1.         James Flannery , b. 1775, VA[lxxviii]  
1.1.2.        
Elizabeth Flannery , b. 1778, Montgomery Co, VA[lxxix]; m. 21 Mar 1793 to John Marshall [lxxx], d. 1840, Floyd Co., KY[lxxxi].  
1.1.3.        
Rebecca Flannery , b. 1785; d. 27 Aug 1860, Missouri [lxxxii]; m. Griffith Dickerson  
1.1.4.        
Edith “Edee” Flanary [lxxxiii], b. 1787, Montgomery Co.[lxxxiv], VA; m. Simpson Cash [lxxxv].  
1.1.5.        
Silas Sevier Flannery MD , b. 1787, Montgomery , VA ; d. 3 Mar 1849[lxxxvi]; m. Sarah Pendleton [lxxxvii].  
1.1.6.        
Isaac Flannery , b. Dec 1785[lxxxviii], Montgomery Co. [lxxxix], VA; d. 2 Dec 1871, Lee Co.[xc], VA[xci]; m. bef. 1806, KY[xcii] to Rachel Todd  (first cousin to Mary Todd Lincoln , wife of Abraham Lincoln ) [xciii], b. Jan 1784, NC[xciv].
1.1.7.         Nancy Flannery , b. 1792, VA[xcv]; m. Present Adkins [xcvi].  
1.1.8.        
Mary Flannery , b. 1794, VA[xcvii]; m. 1808, KY[xcviii] to Reuben Fraley [xcix].  
1.1.9.        
Sarah Flannery , b. 1796, VA[c]; d. ca. 1835, KY[ci]; m. ca. 1812[cii], VA to Jon Montgomery [ciii], b. ca. 1795, VA[civ].  
1.1.10.     
John William “Jack” Flannery Sr .[cv], b. ca. 1778, VA; d. Morgan Co., KY[cvi]; m. bef. 1800 to Nancy Unknown [cvii].

Thomas Flannery

NOTE:  Shepard children:

1.       Louisa Shepard (oldest)
2.      
Sarah Shepard
3.      
LuCinda Shepard
4.      
George Shepard , claimed to have cut the throat of a man on the steps of the state capital in Austin , Texas (no proof ever found of this claim); He joined up with a group of soldiers /mercenaries to go out to shoot the Mormons, traveling all the way to Salt Lake City , Utah in order to do so.  He seems also to have had trouble with the Germans.

1.5.  Thomas Flannery , son of John  & Phoebe (Boggs) Flanary , b. 1782-1785, Grayson Co, VA; d. 1874[cviii], Booneville, Owsley Co, KY; m 1st ca. 1816 to Elizabeth Parsons [cix], daughter of William  & Rebecca (Unknown) Parsons , b. 1792[cx]; d. 1872[cxi]; m 2nd to Mary Bluebaugh , daughter of Jacob Blubaugh .

Thomas  & Elizabeth (Parsons) Flannery  had seven (7) children:

1.5.1.         Rebecca Amanda Flannery , b. 28 Aug 1818, Lee Co, VA; d. 21 Feb 1899, Scoville , KY.  
1.5.2.        
Phoebe Flannery , b. ca. 1820, Lee Co, VA; d. bef. 1880.  
1.5.3.        
William Parsons  Flannery , b. 28 Jan 1824, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.4.        
Matilda Flannery , b. ca. 4 May 182, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.5.        
Joel P. Flannery , b. 1827, Lee Co, VA; d. 1907; m. to Susannah Bailey [cxii]  
1.5.6.        
Cyntha Flannery , b. ca. 1830, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.7.        
Martha J. Flannery , b. 24 Feb. 1833, Lee Co, VA

Thomas  & Mary (Bluebaugh) Flannery  had five (5) children:

1.5.8.         James Flannery , b. 5 Feb 1808, Lee Co, VA; d. Missouri ; m. to Louisa Shepard [cxiii]  
1.5.9.        
John Flannery , b. 5 Oct 1809, Lee Co, VA; d. 9 Feb 1893, Washington Township, Missouri; m. to Sarah Shepard [cxiv], d. 1866[cxv], Jackson Co., Missouri[cxvi].  
1.5.10.     
Silas Flannery , b. 14 Feb 1812, Lee Co, VA; d. 15 Apr 1898, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.11.     
Zion Flannery, b. 6 Apr 1814, Lee Co, VA; d. Missouri ; m. to LuCinda Shepard [cxvii].  
1.5.12.     
Susan Flannery , b. 1805-1806, Lee Co, VA.

John Boggs  Flannery

1.3.1.  John Boggs  Flannery , son of John  & Phoebe (Boggs) Flannery, b. aft. 1779, NC; d. Mar 1848, Buchanan Co, MO; m. 19 Jul 1826, Russell Co, VA to Polly Erwin , daughter of James Erwin . 

John  & Polly (Erwin) Flannery  had eight (8) children:

1.3.1.1.    Phebe Flannery , b. est. 1802-1823; d. bef. 1854, Oregon; m. 2 Apr 1835, Jackson Co, Missouri to Campbell Ewing Chrisman .
1.3.1.2.   
Susan Flannery , b. ca. 1802-1829; d. ca. 1834-1913; m. ca. 1834-1868 to Cornelius McGuire .
1.3.1.3.   
William E. Flannery , b. ca. 1817, VA; d. ca. 1850-1908; m. 25 Feb 1838, Van Buren Co, Missouri to Ann Hase .
1.3.1.4.   
Ursula Flannery , b. 4 Dec 1820, VA; d. 10 Sept 1883, Rushville, Buchanan Co, MO; m. 19 Oct 1841, Rushville, Buchanan Co, MO to James Vance Bunten .
1.3.1.5.   
Louisa Flannery , b. ca. 1823, VA; d. ca. 1853-1917; m. bef. 1843, Missouri to Barnett Lipscomb .
1.3.1.6.   
Mary Flannery , b. ca. 1825, VA; d. ca. 1853-1919; m. 21 Oct 1847, Buchanan Co, MO to Nimrod Pendergrass .
1.3.1.7.   
Martha Flannery , b. a. 1825, VA; d. ca. 1851-1919; m. 18 Jan 1845, Buchanan Co, MO to Henry C. Haggard .
1.3.1.8.   
Thomas Green Flannery , b. ca. 1828, Jackson Co, MO; d. ca. 1856-1919; m. 28 Feb 1850, Andrew Co, MO to Emily Jane Chamberlin .

Martha 'Patsy' Flanary

1.3.3.  Martha 'Patsy' Flanary , daughter of John  & Phoebe (Boggs) Flanary , b. 20 Dec 1779, NC; d. 25 Dec 1852, Lee County, VA; m. abt 1793, Wilkes County, NC to Edward 'Neddy' Pennington, son of Micajah  & Rachel (Jones) Pennington , b. 20 Dec 1769, Ashe County, NC; d. 5 May 1860, Lee County, VA. 

Edward  & Martha (Flannery) Pennington  had eleven (11) children:

1.3.3.1.          Phoebe Pennington[cxviii] , b. 26 Sept 1794; d. 1863, Lee Co, VA; m. 1811, Lee Co, VA to William Parsons .  
1.3.3.2.         
Thomas Pennington , b. 5 Jul 1797, NC; d. 29 Mar 1858, Lee Co, VA; m 1st 29 Jan 1818 to Mary Smith ; m 2nd 19 Jun 1849 to Mourning Jones .  
1.3.3.3.         
David Pennington , b. 11 Mar 1799, Lee Co, VA; d. 28 Apr 1886, Lee Co, VA; m. 1819, Lee Co, VA to Jennie Stamper .  
1.3.3.4.         
Elizabeth Pennington , b. 29 Jan 1801, Lee Co, VA; d. 29 Dec 1891; m 1st 26 Feb 1835 to John Debo Sharp Russell ; m 2nd to George Smith .  
1.3.3.5.         
John Dess Pennington, b. 5 Oct 1802, Lee Co, VA; d. 29 Dec 1891, Greene Co, TN; m. 2 Jan 1823 to Rachel Zion .  
1.3.3.6.         
Rebecca Pennington , b. 12 Jul 1805; d. 1886; m. to John Parsons .  
1.3.3.7.         
Susan Pennington , b. 20 May 1808, Lee Co, VA; d. 1860, Jackson, MO; m. to Abraham Cresina .  
1.3.3.8.         
Elijah Pennington , b. 12 May 1810, Lee Co, VA; d. 4 May 1882, Lee Co, VA; m. to Sarah "Sallie" E. Jones .  
1.3.3.9.         
Levi Pennington , b. 10 Oct 1812; d. 16 Jun 1889, Pennington Gap, Lee Co, VA; m 1st to Elizabeth Zion ; m 2nd to Martha Arthur ; m 3rd to Mary Zion .  
1.3.3.10.      
Martha Pennington , b. 6 Jul 1815, Lee Co, VA; d. 15 Aug 1867, Lee Co, VA; m. 19 Jan 1833 to Issac Russell .  
1.3.3.11.      
Mary Pennington , b. 11 Nov 1817, Lee Co, VA; d. 6 Feb 1901; m. 11 Jul 1833 to Mitchell Cecil .

James F. Flannery

1.3.5.  James F. Flannery , son of John  & Phoebe (Boggs) Flannery, b. 1783, VA; d. 1846-1847, Platte, Missouri; m. 1803, Lee Co, VA to Rachel Benham , daughter of John Benaham .

James F. Flannery  went to Platte , Missouri in 1837.  He was the first Justice of the Peace.  He was appointed by the county court of Clay County in 1937 and died while in office[cxix].

James F.  & Rachel (Benham) Flannery  had ten (10) children:

1.3.5.1.          John Flannery , b. 17 Sept 1806, Lee Co, VA; d. 9 Nov 1891, Platte , MO ; m 1st 6 May 1856, Christian Co, KY to Winifred Perkins , daughter of Jesse Perkins[cxx] ; m 2nd to Mary Ann Brooks .  John received a classical education and went to Randolph Co, MO when a youth.  He studied medicine with Dr. W. B. Magee .  He attended lectures at the Medical Department of Transylvania University, Lexington , KY in 1835-1836 and practiced until 1865.  After which he devoted his attention to his farm.
1.3.5.2.         
William Flannery  
1.3.5.3.         
Rebecca Flannery ; m. to Mr. N. Chrisman .  
1.3.5.4.         
Martha Flannery ; m. to James Crabtree .  
1.3.5.5.         
Nancy Flannery ; m. to Mr. T. Dougherty .  
1.3.5.6.         
Phoebe (Rheh) Flannery , b. 11 Nov 1815, Lee Co, VA; d. 20 Apr 1900, Albany, Oregon; m. 13 Oct 1836, Lee Co, VA to Fletcher Crabtree .  
1.3.5.7.         
Franklin Y. Flannery , b. 27 Feb 1824; d. 16 Mar 1890; m 1st 18 Sept 1848 to Rhoda Martin ; m 2nd to Mary J. Holland .  
1.3.5.8.         
Elijah Flannery , m. 3 Oct 1839 to Tabitha Brock .  
1.3.5.9.         
Thomas Flannery , b. 10 Nov 1820, Lee Co, VA; d. 25 Apr 1889, Platte City, Missouri; m 8 Jun 1843, Platte City, Missouri to Fanny Brunts .  
1.3.5.10.      
Rachel Flannery , m. to John Walker

Silas Flannery  MD

1.4.5.  Silas Flannery MD , son of Silas  & Violet (Marshall) Flannery , b. 1787, Montgomery, VA; m. bef. 1805 to Nancy Ervin .

Silas Flannery  is the ancestor of the Jackson County, Kentucky Flannery's.

Silas  & Nancy (Ervin) Flannery  had seven (7) children:

1.4.5.1.    Delilah Flannery , b. 5 Jan 1805; m. to Abraham Young .  
1.4.5.2.   
Elkanah Flannery , b. 4 Dec 1807, VA.  
1.4.5.3.   
Phoebe Flannery , b. ca. 1809, VA; m. to David Young .  
1.4.5.4.   
Rebecca Flannery , b. 1810-1811, Scott Co, VA; d. aft. 1880, Clark Co, KY.  
1.4.5.5.   
James (Flanary) Flannery , b. 12 Nov 1812, Scott Co, VA; d. 1898, Booneville , KY.  
1.4.5.6.   
Silas Flannery , b. ca. 1814; m. to Polly Taylor .  
1.4.5.7.   
Lucinda Flannery , b. 15 Oct 1818, VA; m. to Robert Preston Spencer .

Issac Flannery

1.4.6. Issac Flannery , son of Silas  & Violet (Marshall) Flannery , b. 1788, Montgomery , VA ; m. Kentucky to Rachel Todd .

Isaac Flannery  is listed in the 1810 Virginia Tax List with 4 horses.

1.4.6.1.    Elijah Flannery , b. ca. 1806, Russell Co, VA.
1.4.6.2.   
David Flannery , b. ca. 1816, Russell Co, VA.  
1.4.6.3.   
Calvin Flannery , b. ca. 1820, Russell Co, VA; d. 1891.  
1.4.6.4.   
Temperance Flannery , b. 1821, Russell Co, VA; m. to David Cocke .  
1.4.6.5.   
Sinclair Flannery , b. Mar 1828, Russell Co, VA.  
1.4.6.6.   
William Flannery , b. ca. 1829, Russell Co, VA.

Rebecca Amanda Flannery

1.5.1.  Rebecca Amanda Flannery , daughter of Thomas  & Elizabeth (Parsons) Flannery , b. 28 Aug 1818, Lee C, VA; d. 21 Feb 1899, Scoville, KY; m. 17 Mar 1883, Jonesville, Lee Co, VA to Lazarus Lawson  Mainous .

Lazarus Mainous  was named for his maternal grandfather, Lazarus Lawson .  He was known as Laz .  He and his wife, Rebecca , along with their children migrated from Lee County, Virginia in 1858.  They came to settle on what is now known as the Mainous place at Scoville , Kentucky .  He was well liked in the community and served as a Justice of the Peace.  In 1860 he officiated at the wedding of his daughter Amanda  & Elcannah Flannery .  Later he officiated the wedding of his daughter Matilda  & Simpson Tredway. 

At the time Laz Mainous  settled in Kentucky , he brought along his nephew (a teenager) Lazarus M. Mainous , son of Silas Mainous .

Lazarus Mainous  is shown in the 1860 Census hold $4,000 in real estate.  The 1870 Census shows him with $2,400 in real estate and $1,300 in personal property.  He resided in Traveler's Rest, Owsley Co, KY in 1860-1870.

Lazarus  & Rebecca (Flannery) Manious  had thirteen (13) children:

1.5.1.1.          Cynthia Ann Mainous , b. 16 Apr 1834, Owsley Co, KY; d. 4 May 1922, Owsley Co, KY; m. 7 Sept 1853 to William Alexander Minter  
1.5.1.2.         
Absolum Mainous , b. 18 Sept 1836, Owsley Co, KY; d. 20 Sept 1910; m 1st to Susan Treadway ; m 2nd to Martha Aker Kincaid .  Absolum Mainous served as a private in Co. A. 14th KY Cav.  He enlisted on 4 Aug 1862 and was discharged on 24 Mar 1864, after serving 1 year 7 months 20 days.  Buck Creek .  
1.5.1.3.         
Martha Jane Mainous , b. 4 Jun 1838, Owsley Co, KY; d. 14 Jun 1870; m. Owsley Co, KY to Whitley Wilkerson Scott .  
1.5.1.4.          Amanda Mainous , b. 21 Aug 1841, Owsley Co, KY; d. 7 Jan 1918, Owsley Co, KY; m 1st 1860, Owsley Co, KY to Elcannah Flannery , d. 19 Jul 1865; m 2nd to David Spivey .  Elcannah Flannery joined the Union Army at Booneville , Kentucky on 20 Sept 1862.  He was discharge at Baton Rouge , LA on 18 Jul 1865.  He was put on a hospital ship home on the same day.  He died the next day on the journey home.  
1.5.1.5.         
Matilda Mainous , b. 15 Aug 1843, Owsley Co, KY; d. 9 May 1897; m 1st Oswley Co, KY to Simpson Treadway ; m 2nd to Gilbert Reynolds .  
1.5.1.6.         
William Mainous , b. 25 Sept 1845, Owsley Co, KY; d. 17 May 1846, Owsley Co, KY.  
1.5.1.7.         
Preston Mainous, b. 14 Nov 1846, Buck Creek, Owsley Co, KY; d. 18 Aug 1831 Missouri ; m. to Melvinia Bowman .  
1.5.1.8.         
John Tyler Mainous , b. 30 Dec 1849, Buck Creek, Owsley Co, KY; d. 29 Dec 1944, Buck Creek, Owsley Co, KY; m 1st 1 Dec 1889, Buck Creek, Owsley Co, KY to Polly Morgan ; m 2nd 1 Dec 1899, Buck Creek, Owsley Co, KY to Ellen Botner .
1.5.1.9.          Mary G. Mainous , b. 6 Nov 1851, Buck Creek, Owsley Co, KY; d. 16 Jan 1926, Buck Creek, Owsley Co, KY; m. to William Wallace  Treadway .  
1.5.1.10.      
Jeriah Honey Mainous , b. 1 Nov 1853, Buck Creek, Owsley Co, KY; d. 1856, Buck Creek, Owsley Co, KY; m. to Allen Hayden .  
1.5.1.11.      
Daniel Carter Mainous , b. ca. 1856, Buck Creek, Owsley Co, KY; d. 6 Jun 1938; m. to Mary Isaacs .  
1.5.1.12.      
Elbert Mainous , b. 10 Aug 1858, Buck Creek, Owsley Co, KY; d. 6 Jan 1888; m. ca. 1880 to Cushionberry Holbrook .  
1.5.1.13.      
Hampton H. Mainous , b. 17 Sept 1861, Buck Creek, Owsley Co, KY; d. 1 Nov 1938, Travelers Rest, Owsley Co, KY; m. ca. 1883, Travelers Rest, Owsley Co, KY to Martha Hall .  At the time of the 1910 Census 4 of his 5 children were living.  One of his children, Ellis Mainous  was fond of drink and the family sold all but 30 acres in order to keep him out of trouble.  Ellis never married.

Phoebe Flannery

1.5.2.  Phoebe Flannery , daughter of Thomas  & Elizabeth (Parsons) Flannery , b. ca. 1820, Lee Co, VA; d. bef. 1880; m. ca. 1845, Lee Co, VA to Ivey T. Pendleton , daughter of John Pendleton .

Ivey T. & Phoebe (Flannery) Pendleton  had seven (7) children:

1.5.1.1.    Rebecca Jane Pendleton , b. 18 Oct 1844; m. 1863 to Steven McPherson .
1.5.1.2.   
Catherine Pendleton , b. 4 Oct 1851; m. 18 Feb 1871 to Alexander J. Hamilton .  
1.5.1.3.   
George D. Pendleton , b. 30 Apr 1858, Owsley Co, KY; d. 1931, Owsley Co, KY; m. to Mary Jane Flannery .  
1.5.1.4.   
Elizabeth Pendleton , b. ca. 1862, Owsley Co, KY; m. to William Mainous .  
1.5.1.5.   
Emily Pendleton , m. to Tom Maupin  
1.5.1.6.   
Hampton Pendleton  
1.5.1.7.   
Thomas Pendleton

William Parsons  Flannery

1.5.3.  William Parsons Flannery, son of Thomas & Elizabeth (Parsons) Flannery, b. 28 Jan 1824, Lee Co, VA; m 1st aft. 1862 to Margaret Jane Williams ; m 2nd to Susan Spivey.

William P.  & Margaret J. (Williams) Flannery  had four (4) children:

1.5.3.1.    Mary Francis Flannery , b. 21 Sept 1866; m. to Dan Hall .  
1.5.3.2.   
Emily Flannery , b. 28 Oct 1867; m. to John Rowland .  
1.5.3.3.   
Morgan Minter Flannery , b. 22 Dec 1868; m. 23 May 1891 to Mary Lee Hale .  
1.5.3.4.   
Alpha Flannery , b. 28 Dec 1869; m. to Vincent Thomas .

William P. . & Susan (Spivey) Flannery  had six (6) children:

1.5.3.5.          Thomas Flannery , b. 14 Oct 1851; m. to Lucy Surrey  
1.5.3.6.         
Elizabeth Flannery , b. 3 Jun 1853; m. to Alfred Wilson .  
1.5.3.7.          David S. Flannery , b. 5 Oct 1855; m. Dec 1879 to Lucy Ann Flannery .  
1.5.3.8.          Nancy Jane Flannery , b. 3 Feb 1858; m. to Jess Herd .  
1.5.3.9.         
Phoebe Flannery , b. 5 May 1860, Owsley Co, KY; m. bef. 1878 to Washington Pendergrass .  
1.5.3.10.      
Marcus Bell Flannery , b. 23 Jan 1862; m. 26 Jan 1890 to Molly Eager .

Matilda Flannery

1.5.4.  Matilda Flannery , daughter of Thomas  & Elizabeth (Parsons) Flannery , b. ca. 4 May 1825, Lee Co, VA; m. bef. 1845, Lee Co, VA to Golf Sprinkle . 

Golf & Matilda (Flannery) Sprinkle  had two (2) children:

1.5.4.1.    Sarah Elizabeth Sprinkle , b. 1846  
1.5.4.2.   
Child Sprinkle

Joel P. Flannery

1.5.5.  Joel P. Flannery , son of Thomas  & Elizabeth (Parsons) Flannery , b. 1827, Lee Co, VA; d. 1907, Owsley Co., KY; m. 1853, Lee Co, VA to Susanna Bailey[cxxi], daughter of Andrew & Anna (Kelly) Bailey.

Joel P. & Susanna (Bailey) Flannery had nine (9) children:

1.5.5.1.    Mary J. Flannery, b. ca. 1852, Lee Co, VA; m. to Cowen M. Warren.
1.5.5.2.   
Martha Louem Flannery, b. ca. 1855, Lee Co, VA; m. to Winfield Scott  Treadway.
1.5.5.3.   
Sarah Elizabeth Flannery , b. 1858, Owsley Co, KY; d. 1934; m. to Martin Wilson.
1.5.5.4.   
William L. Flannery, b. 1860, Owsley Co, KY; d. 1936; m. to Cynthia Minter.
1.5.5.5.   
James R. Flannery, b. 6 Sept 1862, Owsley Co, KY; d. 1930; m. to Mattie Brandenberg.
1.5.5.6.   
Anne Flannery, m. to John Callahan.
1.5.5.7.   
Emily Flannery , m. to Scott Treadway.
1.5.5.8.   
Cynthia Ellen Flannery, b. ca. 1857.
1.5.5.9.   
Susannah A. Flannery, b. ca. 1866

Cynthia Flannery

1.5.6.  Cynthia Flannery, daughter of Thomas  & Elizabeth (Parsons) Flannery , b. ca. 1830, Lee Co, VA; d. VA; m 1st bef. 1846, Lee Co, VA to Morgan Minter.  After the death of his wife Morgan Minter m 2nd to Rebecca Scott (issue).

Morgan & Cynthia (Flannery) Minter had a son:

1.5.6.1.    William Emery Minter, b. 1847, Lee Co, VA; m. to Eliza Carmack

Martha J. Flannery

1.5.7.  Martha J. Flannery , daughter of Thomas  & Elizabeth (Parsons) Flannery , b. 24 Feb 1833, Lee Co, VA; m. to Marcus Charles Bell.

Marcus C. & Martha J. (Flannery) Bell had a total of thirteen (13) children:

1.5.7.1.          Susan Bell, b. 1855, Lee Co, VA; m. to Fayette Garett.  
1.5.7.2.         
Nancy Bell, b. 1856, Lee Co, VA; m. to Ben Pendergrass.  
1.5.7.3.         
Amanda Bell, b. 1857, Lee Co, VA.  
1.5.7.4.         
Rebecca Bell, b. 1859, Lee Co, VA; m. to Mr. Dalton.  
1.5.7.5.         
Addie Bell, m. to Mr. Baldwin.  
1.5.7.6.         
Kitty Bell , m. to James Wilson.  
1.5.7.7.         
Lazaras Bell, m. to Miss Rowland.  
1.5.7.8.         
Louella Bell, m. to Lennie Smith.  
1.5.7.9.         
Mattie Bell, m. to Sam Clark (?).  
1.5.7.10.      
Thomas Bell, m. to Fannie Bailey.  
1.5.7.11.      
Child Bell  
1.5.7.12.      
Child Bell  
1.5.7.13.       Child Bell

James Flannery

1.5.8.  James Flannery , son of Thomas  & Mary (Bluebaugh) Flannery , b. 5 Feb 1808, Lee Co, VA; d. Missouri; m. to Jemima Cox. 2nd marriage to Louisa Shepard [cxxii].

James & Jemima (Cox) Flannery  had nine (9) children:

1.5.2.1.    Nancy Flannery , b. 31 Aug 1830, Lee Co, VA; m. to John W. Scott.
1.5.2.2.   
Rebecca Flannery , b. 5 Oct 1833, Lee Co, VA; m. to Samuel Carter Stallard.  
1.5.2.3.   
Mary Flannery[cxxiii] , b. 11 Feb 1836, Lee Co, VA; m. to John Christopher Olinger[cxxiv].    
1.5.2.4.   
Henry C. Flannery , b. 6 Sept 1838, Lee Co, VA; m. to Mary Wynn Cecil .  
1.5.2.5.   
Elizabeth Flannery , b. 1840, Lee Co, VA; m. to Clark Slemp.  
1.5.2.6.   
William Flannery , b. ca. 1844, Lee Co, VA; m. to Sarah Elizabeth Pennington , daughter of Elijah & Sarah (Jones) Pennington , b. 4 Oct 1851; d. Pennington Gap, Lee Co, VA.  
1.5.2.7.   
Elkanah Flannery , b. 10 Nov 1844, Lee Co, VA; m. to Catherine T. Cecil.  
1.5.2.8.   
John Thomas Flannery , b. 1849, Lee Co, VA; m. to Mary Pennington .  
1.5.2.9.   
Amanda Flannery, b. 22 Apr 1850, Lee Co, VA; d. 10 Mar 1900, Stawn, Palo Pinto Co, TX; m. 15 Nov 1866, Lee Co, VA to John Ranson Litton.

James & Louisa (Shepard) Flannery had one (1) son:

1.5.2.10. Isaac Flanary, b. 1846, Jackson CO., Missouri . Isaac Flanary is living in Jackson Co., Missouri in 1860[cxxv] with Sarah Shepard  and Isaac Wells, most likely as a ranch hand.  It is thought that Jesse James shot Isaac “Ike” Flanary for his inheritance, although there is no proof of this supposition.  He was a member of Quantrill’s[cxxvi] Raiders

John Flannery

1.5.9.  John Flannery , son of Thomas  & Mary (Bluebaugh) Flannery , b. 5 Oct 1809, Lee Co, VA; d. 9 Feb 1893, Washington Township, Missouri; m. 22 Mar 1835, Jackson, Missouri to Rebecca Crabtree . 

John Flannery  and his family were members of Beesonia Baptist Church .  In a record dated 9 Feb 1860, Lee Co, VA. Deed Book 14 page 386, shows John & Zion Flannery of Jackson Co, MO, are both sons of Thomas Flannery  of Lee Co, VA.

1.5.9.1.          Thomas Flannery , b. 1837, Jackson , MO  
1.5.9.2.         
Duke W. Flannery, b. 1840, Jackson , MO ; m. 1863, Independence , MO to Nancy J. (Unknown).  
1.5.9.3.         
Isabella Flannery, b. 1845, Jackson , MO  
1.5.9.4.         
Franklin Flannery, b. 1847, Independence , MO  
1.5.9.5.         
Jeremiah Flannery, b. 1848, Jackson Co, MO  
1.5.9.6.         
William Flannery , b. 1849, Independence , MO  
1.5.9.7.         
Mary J. Flannery, b. 1852, Independence , MO  
1.5.9.8.         
Lucinda Flannery , b. 1855, Independence , MO  
1.5.9.9.         
John Flannery , b. 1857, Independence , MO  
1.5.9.10.      
Aaron Flannery, b. 1859, Independence , MO

Silas Flannery

1.5.10.  Silas Flannery , son of Thomas  & Mary (Bluebaugh) Flannery , b. 14 Feb 1812, Lee Co, VA; d. 15 Apr 1898, Lee Co, VA; m. 2 Aug 1832, Lee Co, VA to Martha "Patty" Horton, daughter of Travis & Rebecca (Luster) Horton.  Martha & Silas Flannery  are both buried at the " Silas Flanery Cemetery " located 1.7 miles directly NE of Dryden, Lee Co, VA. 

Silas died at home (which he built before the Civil War) beside the Powell River , near Dryden, Lee Co, VA.  The log house is still standing - a picture of the home is located in the museum in Big Stone Gap, Virginia[cxxvii].

Silas & Martha (Horton) Flannery  had seven (7) children:

1.5.10.1.   Zion Flannery, b. 14 Oct 1834, Lee Co, VA; m. to Phoebe Parsons .
1.5.10.2.  
Reese Duff Flannery , b. 26 Sept 1835, Lee Co, VA; m. 28 Feb 1861, Lee Co, VA to Mary Ann Pennington , daughter of Elijah & Sarah (Jones) Pennington , b. 5 May 1838, Lee Co, VA.
1.5.10.3.   Travis Horton Flannery, b. 27 Jun 1837, Lee Co, VA; m. to Sarah Eveline Suttle.  
1.5.10.4.  
Elizabeth Flannery , b. 5 Apr 1840, Lee Co, VA; m. to Abraham Pennington.  
1.5.10.5.  
David Crockett Flannery, b. 18 May 1842, Lee Co, VA; m 1st to Louisa Bailey; m 2nd to Mattie Parsons; m 3rd to Sarah Hickam; m 4th to Martha W. Parsons Horton.
1.5.10.6.   Rebecca Horton Flannery, b. 12 Jun 1845, Lee Co, VA; m. to James K. Polk Barron.  
1.5.10.7.  
Sylvesta Flannery, b. 9 Jun 1847, Lee Co, VA; m. to Charles Hamblin.

Zion Flannery

1.5.11.  Zion Flannery, son of Thomas  & Mary (Bluebaugh) Flannery , b. 6 Apr 1814, Lee Co, VA; d. 1862-1865, Lafayette Co, Missouri; m. 11 Dec 1834, Missouri to Miss Unknown.

Zion Flannery went to Jackson , Missouri with his brother John and homesteaded about 1300 acres near Lees Summit.  Zion was killed in Lafayette Co, Missouri during the Civil War.

Zion & Miss (Unknown) Flannery had eleven (11) children:

1.5.11.1.       Martin V. B. Flannery, b. 15 Sept 1836, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.11.2.      
Mary Ann Flannery, b. 4 Mar 1838, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.11.3.      
James Silas Flannery , b. 18 Apr 1840, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.11.4.      
Levi T. Flannery, b. 3 Mar 1842, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.11.5.      
Mary A. Flannery, b. 28 Jul 1843, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.11.6.      
Rebecca Jane Flannery, b. 16 Dec 1844, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.11.7.      
Malvina M. Flannery, b. 10 May 1847, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.11.8.      
John William Flannery , b. 24 Jul 1849, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.11.9.      
Mack P. Flannery, b. 10 Apr 1851, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.11.10.  
George Zion Flannery, b. 22 Sept 1856, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.11.11.  
Horace Napolean Flannery, b. 28 Dec 1858, Lee Co, VA; m. to Margaret Rutherford.

Susan Flannery

1.5.12.  Susan Flannery , daughter of Thomas  & Mary (Bluebaugh) Flannery, b. 1805-1806, Lee Co, VA; m. bef. 1824 to Joe Hobbs .

Joe  & Susan (Flannery) Hobbs  had fourteen (14) children:

1.3.1.9.          Thomas F. Hobbs , b. ca. 1824, Lee Co, VA  
1.3.1.10.      
Daniel B. Hobbs , b. ca. 1826, Lee Co, VA  
1.3.1.11.      
Eliza Hobbs , b. ca. 1828; m. to Noah Williams.  
1.3.1.12.      
Granville H. Hobbs , b. ca. 1830, Lee Co, VA; m 1st to Martha J. Myers ; m 2nd to Jane Myers .  
1.3.1.13.      
Amanda E. Hobbs , b. ca. 1832, Lee Co, VA  
1.3.1.14.      
Zion Hobbs , b. 1835, Lee Co, VA; m. to Martha M. Granbeel  
1.3.1.15.      
Cynthia Hobbs , b. 1837, Lee Co, VA; m. to Elisha Hall  
1.3.1.16.      
Elizabeth R. Hobbs , b. ca. 1839, Lee Co, VA  
1.3.1.17.      
Emily Hobbs , b. 1840, Lee Co, VA; m. to Samuel M. Cecil .  
1.3.1.18.      
Job Hobbs , b. 19 Jan 1842, Lee Co, VA; m. to Louisa Rebekah Spencer  
1.3.1.19.      
Ursula Hobbs , b. 1844, Lee Co, VA; m. to A. D. Roberts .  
1.3.1.20.      
John S. Hobbs , b. 1844, Lee Co, VA  
1.3.1.21.      
Virginia Hobbs , b. 1849, Lee Co, VA; m. to Z. T. Wells  
1.3.1.22.      
America Hobbs , b. 1849, Lee Co, VA; m. to B. N. Clanton

Elkanah Flannery

1.4.5.2.  Elkanah Flannery , son of Silas  & Nancy (Ervin) Flannery , b. 4 Dec 1807, VA; m. to Nancy Young . 

Elkanah  & Nancy (Young) Flannery  had ten (10) children:

1.4.5.2.1.     James Monroe Flannery , b. 4 Jul 1834, Lee Co, VA; m. to Nervesta Overton Slemp .
1.4.5.2.2.    
Lucinda Flannery , b. 31 Jan 1836, Lee Co, VA; m. to Nathaniel Green Bailey .  
1.4.5.2.3.    
Alexander Flannery , b. 25 Nov 1837, Lee Co, VA  
1.4.5.2.4.    
Eliza Flannery , b. 2 Dec 1839, Lee Co, VA; m. to William W. Wynn .  
1.4.5.2.5.    
Emily Flannery , b. 15 Jan 1842, Lee Co, VA; m. to Joshua E. Hobbs .  
1.4.5.2.6.    
Creed Fulton Flannery , b. 25 Nov 1844, Lee Co, VA; m. to Sarah Caroline Virginia Litton .  
1.4.5.2.7.    
Mary Elizabeth Flannery , b. 1 Apr 1848, Lee Co, VA; m. to Charles Couk Stout  
1.4.5.2.8.    
John Jordon Crittendon Flannery , b. 6 Nov 1849, Lee Co, VA; m. to Sarah Alice Pennington .  
1.4.5.2.9.    
Elbert Sevier Flannery , b. 18 May 1855, Lee Co, VA; m. to Emily Russell Pennington  
1.4.5.2.10. 
Child Flannery

Rebecca Flannery

1.4.5.4.  Rebecca Flannery , daughter of Silas  & Nancy (Ervin) Flannery , b. 1810-1811, Scott Co, VA; d. aft. 1880, Clark Co, KY; bur. Winchester , KY ; m. to Hamilton Brown Hampton , bur. Winchester , KY.  

Hamilton B.  & Rebecca (Flannery) Hampton  had a (1) daughter:

1.4.5.4.1.           Sarah Elizabeth Hampton , b. 29 Apr 1829, Scott Co, VA; d. Booneville, KY; m. Scott Co, VA to John Emmerson Minter .

James Flannery

1.4.5.5.  James Flannery , son of Silas  & Nancy (Ervin) Flannery , b. 12 Nov 1812, Scott Co, VA; d. 1898, Booneville, KY; m. 10 Mar 1832, VA to Mary "Molly" Minter , daughter of Anthony  & Judith (Pendleton) Minter .

James  & Mary (Minter) Flannery  had eleven (11) children:

1.4.5.5.1.     Sarah Flannery , b. ca. 1833, Scott Co, VA  
1.4.5.5.2.    
Samuel Hampton Flannery , b. 1834, Scott Co, VA  
1.4.5.5.3.    
William Flannery , b. 1837  
1.4.5.5.4.    
Robert Martin Flannery , b. 1839, Scott Co, VA  
1.4.5.5.5.    
Elkanah Flannery , b. 1842, Scott Co, VA  
1.4.5.5.6.    
Mary Rebecca Flannery , b. 1844, Scott Co, VA  
1.4.5.5.7.    
Elizabeth J. Flannery , b. 1846, Scott Co, VA  
1.4.5.5.8.    
John Flannery , b. 1846  
1.4.5.5.9.    
Silas Flannery , b. ca. 1850  
1.4.5.5.10. 
Louise Flannery , b. ca. 1855  
1.4.5.5.11. 
Asbury Flannery

Reese Duff Flannery

1.5.10.2.  Reese Duff Flannery , son of Silas  & Martha (Horton) Flannery , b. 26 Sept 1835, Lee Co, VA; bur. Corinth Baptist Church, Ben Hur, Lee Co, VA; m. 28 Feb 1861, Lee Co, VA to Mary Ann Pennington , daughter of Elijah  & Sarah (Jones) Pennington , b. 5 May 1838, Lee Co, VA; bur. Corinth Baptist Church, Ben Hur, Lee Co, VA.

Reese Duff  & Mary Ann (Pennington) Flannery  had eight (8) children:

1.5.10.2.1.  Flora B. Flannery , b. 2 Jan 1862, Lee Co, VA; m. 27 May 1881, Lee Co, VA to James M. Manighan .  
1.5.10.2.2. 
Martha Caroline Flannery , b. 15 Feb 1864, Lee Co, VA.  
1.5.10.2.3. 
Mattie C. Flannery , b. 30 Oct 1864, Lee Co, VA; d. 19 Nov 1952, Pennington Gap, Lee Co, VA; bur. Horton Cemetery, Lee Co, VA; m. ca. 1906 to Robert Lee Flannery .  
1.5.10.2.4. 
Charles Crittendon Flannery , b. 26 Dec 1867, Lee Co, VA; d. 5 Aug 1917, Pennington Gap, Lee Co, VA; bur. Town Cemetery, Lee Co, VA; m. Lee Co, VA to Rachel Skidmore .  
1.5.10.2.5. 
James S. Flannery , b. ca. 1870, Lee Co, VA; d. 17 Jun 1888, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.10.2.6. 
William Patton Flannery , b. 6 Nov 1871, Lee Co, VA; m. ca. 1895 to Bertha Sowers  
1.5.10.2.7. 
James Duff Flannery , b. 25 Mar 1875, Lee Co, VA; d. 30 Jun 1923, Pennington Gap, Lee Co, VA; m. ca. 1900, Lee Co, VA to Lelia Cecil  
1.5.10.2.8. 
Ella Mae Flannery , b. 31 Jul 1878, Lee Co, VA; d. 29 Jun 1957, Pennington Gap, Lee Co, VA; bur. Horton Cemetery, Lee Co, VA.

Henry C. Flannery

1.5.8.4.  Henry C. Flannery , son of James  & Jemima (Cox) Flannery , b. 6 Sept 1838, Lee Co, VA; m. to Mary Wynn (Pennington) Cecil , daughter of Mitchell  & Mary (Pennington) Cecil  (widow of John F. Flannery ), b. 2 Feb 1843, Lee Co, VA; d. 16 Dec 1873.

Henry C  & Mary Wynn (Pennington)(Cecil) Flannery  had a (1) son:

1.5.8.4.1.     Charles E. Flannery , b. 6 Oct 1861, Lee Co, VA; d. 16 Sept 1937.

William Flannery

1.5.8.6.  William Flannery , son of James & Jemima (Cox) Flannery , b. ca. 1844, Lee Co, VA; m. to Sarah Elizabeth Pennington , daughter of Elijah  & Sarah (Jones) Pennington , b. 4 Oct 1851; d. Pennington Gap, Lee Co, VA.  

William  & Sarah (Pennington) Flannery  had three (3) children:

1.5.8.6.1.     Alonzo Flannery , b. 24 Jul 1875, Yokum Station, Lee Co, VA  
1.5.8.6.2.    
Ballard Flannery , b. 18 Mar 1877, Lee Co, VA; d. 6 Jun 1896; bur. Flanary Cemetery, in field, east of Dryden, Lee Co, VA.  
1.5.8.6.3.    
Alonzo Flannery , b 18 Jul 1880, Lee Co, VA; m. to Eunice Slemp.  


[1] “Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia and Adjacent Counties , Vol. II”, compiled by Hattie Byrd Muncy Bales, p. 660, 661
[2]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/
[3]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/ - NOTE:  Discovered by Jim Flanary of Norton , VA in 1998.  No further information given on this site regarding William Flanary .
[4]
Original in French – Translation found Collection of the Illinois State Historical Library Volume V, Virginia Series, Volume II Kaskaskia Records 1778-1790, by Clarence Walworth Alvord, published by the Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, Springfield , Illinois 1909, p. 294-296
[5]
Consult  Illinois Historical Collection, ii, p. cxxii.; Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736 gives the date as 1722, in North Carolina.  
[6]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/
[7 - 8]
Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736
[9]
“Colonial Soldiers of SC and Patriots”, p. 10 & “Early Settlers of Lee County , Virginia and Adjacent Counties, Vol. “, by     , p. 660  
[10]
Colonial Soldiers of the South, p. 882 per Ryan John Flanary  (734) 783-2426 or flanary@foxberry.net  
[11]
Bicentennial History of Lee County Virginia and Adjacent Counties, Vol. I”, compiled by Anne Wynn Lanningham, p. 251, 253  
[12]
Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736
[13 - 15]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/
[16]
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/f/l/a/John-H-Flannery/ODT6-0001.html
[17]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/
[18 - 19]
Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736
[20] http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/
[21 - 22]
Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736
[23 - 24] http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam
[25]
Apparently this side of the family is a little strange – Mentioned in the “Western Waters” by Mrs. Keggly  
[26]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/
[27 - 29]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/
[30 - 31]
Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736
[32]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/ ; Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736; death date per DAR Patriot Index.
[33]
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/f/l/a/John-H-Flannery/ODT6-0001.html
[34]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/
[35]
Abstract to the George Rogers Clark Papers, The Illinois Regiment, Based on the Microfilmed George Rogers Clark Papers at the Virginia State Library and Archives” compiled by Richard Eugene Willson, Indexing © 1998 Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois, p. 148
[36  - 39]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam
[40] Jacklyn Flannery, 1186 Briarwood Dr , Hamilton , OH 45013-3803  
[41]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/
[42]
Jacklyn Flannery, 1186 Briarwood Dr , Hamilton , OH 45013-3803  
[43]
AFN:K2S0-D8
[44 - 45]
Photograph of tombstone
[46 - 49] Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736
[50 - 52] Photograph of tombstone
[53 - 56] Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736
[57] Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93 , Edgerton , Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736; Living at the time of the Platte Co, Missouri 1860 Census.
[58 - 60]
Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736
[61]
Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736; From Bible Record.
[62]
Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736
[63]
Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736; From Family Bible.
[64 - 67]
Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736
[68] Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736; He is listed on the 1810 Russell Co, VA personal property tax list.
[69 - 71]
Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736
[72] Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736; He is listed on the 1810 Lee Co, Personal Property Tax List.
[73]
Richard E. Flanery, P.O. Box 93, Edgerton, Mo. 64444 Telephone:(816) 227-3736
[74]
AFN:T9P9-QN; AFN:K2RZ-WQ
[75 - 76]
OBK 3-175 Russell Co., VA
[77]
OBK-176 Russell Co., VA
[lxxviii - lxxix]
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/f/l/a/John-H-Flannery/ODT6-0001.html
[lxxx] http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/
[lxxxi]
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/f/l/a/John-H-Flannery/ODT6-0001.html
[lxxxii - lxxxiii]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/
[lxxxiv]
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/f/l/a/John-H-Flannery/ODT6-0001.html
[lxxxv - lxxxviii]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam
[lxxxix - xc] http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/f/l/a/John-H-Flannery/ODT6-0001.html
[xci - xciii] http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/
[xciv] http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/f/l/a/John-H-Flannery/ODT6-0001.html
[xcv - ci]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/
[cii] http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/f/l/a/John-H-Flannery/ODT6-0001.html
[ciii]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/
[civ]
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/f/l/a/John-H-Flannery/ODT6-0001.html
[cv]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/;  http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/f/l/a/John-H-Flannery/ODT6-0001.html
[cvi]
http://community-1.webtv.net/debbylyn2/AncestorsofWilliam/
[cvii]
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/f/l/a/John-H-Flannery/ODT6-0001.html
[cviii]
Ryan John Flanary  9734) 783-2426 or Flanary@foxberry.net  
[cix]
Tombstone record; "Early Settlers of Lee Co., VA", p. 36. -Second wife of Thomas FLANARY.  
[cx - cxi]
Tombstone record  
[cxii] http://axon.cs.byu.edu/~randy/gen/www/D0003/I1503.html
[cxiii - cxvii]
John Flanary   Fort Lauderdale , Florida 

[cxviii]
For Further Information See "Windows Into Our Past A Genealogy of the Parsons, Smith & Associated Families, Vol. 1"  © 1996, Judy Parsons  Smith , See Parsons & Pennington families.
[cxix - cxx]
Information from Mark Tinsley. Courtesy Jari Mahaffey Sharpe, 175 Herron Drive, Satellite Beach, FL 32937, e-mail: budnjari@palmnet.net
[cxxi] http://axon.cs.byu.edu/~randy/gen/www/D0003/I1503.html
[cxxii]
John Flanary  – Fort Lauderdale, Florida
[cxxiii - cxxiv]
See p. 116, "Windows Into Our Past A Genealogy of the Parsons, Smith and Associated Families Volume 1"
[cxxv]
John Flanary  – Fort Lauderdale, Florida; 1860 Jackson Co., Missouri Census
[cxxvi]
Alternate spelling Quantrell’s Raiders
[cxxvii]
Information from Mark Tinsley. Courtesy Jari Mahaffey Sharpe, 175 Herron Drive, Satellite Beach, FL 32937, e-mail: budnjari@palmnet.net