Elizabeth Nalley was born circa 1717/18 at Charles County, Maryland.3 She was the daughter of Richard Nalley.2 Elizabeth Nalley married Abraham Lea Hargis I, son of Thomas Lea Hargis, in 1739 at Charles County, Maryland.1,4 Elizabeth Nalley died after 1775 at Person County, North Carolina.1,2 Elizabeth Nalley and Abraham Lea Hargis I immigrated after 1739 to Prince County, Maryland, from Charles County, MY.1 Elizabeth Nalley and Abraham Lea Hargis I immigrated on 11 December 1764 to Fairfax County, Virginia, from Prince County, MY. They lived on a 161 acres farm near South Branch of Pohic Run. Abraham agreed to 60 pounds for it. When he failed to do so, a decree was issued on October 16, 1770 and the land was seized and sold.1 Elizabeth Nalley and Abraham Lea Hargis I immigrated in 1770 to Tryon County, North Carolina, from Fairfax County, VA. Abraham purchased land from the CROWN on Dec. 24, 1770. The abstract reads: "200 acres in Tryon on the North side of Broad River -- including an island, opposite thereto, joining the mouth and side of Doolittle Creek, the side of the said river, and Capshaws Line.1,5 Elizabeth Nalley and Abraham Lea Hargis I immigrated circa 1775 to Caswell County, North Carolina, from Tryon County, NC. The part of Caswell County where Abraham and his family settled later became part of Person County.1 Children of Elizabeth Nalley and Abraham Lea Hargis I * Shadrack Hargis+ b. 14 Jan 1739/40, d. 25 Jan 18161 * James Richard Hargis+ b. 1741/42, d. 18001 * Captain Thomas Hargis+ b. 26 Apr 1752, d. 7 Apr 18381 * Mary Hargis b. c 17542 * Martha Hargis b. 17556 * Elizabeth Hargis b. c 1758, d. a 18402 * William Hargis (3)+ b. 16 Jul 1760, d. 11 Mar 18361 * Abraham Lea Hargis II+ b. 10 Sep 1763, d. 2 Nov 18271 * Mary Hargis b. c 17686 Citations 1. [S190] John Fox, "Email of Desc. Cht. from John Fox," e-mail to Sr Melvin Ray Holt, March 1998. 2. [S286] Tom Roberts, "Email John Arthur Roberts," e-mail to Sr. Melvin Ray Holt, 4 July 2000, Tom is a direct ancestor of John Arthur Roberts, son of Wiley Jones Roberts.. 3. [S569] Mary Lou Hargess Highfill, "FGS Hargis", Family Group Sheet sent to Melvin Ray Holt, Sr., Family of Abraham and Elizabeth Nalley Hargis. 4. [S569] Mary Lou Hargess Highfill, "FGS Hargis", Family Group Sheet sent to Melvin Ray Holt, Sr., Family of Thomas Lea and Mary Susannah Lee Hargis. Also the sons of Thomas Lea and ? Smith. 5. [S191] Margaret Hofmann, Colony of NC 1765-1775 Land, Book # 2788, Page 626. 6. [S1149] Charles Edwin Hargis, Gedcom of the ancestors of Charles Edwin Hargis.
First Oberheide born in Kansas
August Wilhelm Oberheide Born: 10 JAN 1882 in: Beecher, Will Co., IL Baptized: 05 FEB 1882 in: Eagle Lake St. Johns, Beecher Will Co IL 7 Baptism sponsor: Heinrich Stock, Friedrich Lueke, Heinrich Wemhoefer, Christ. Wilkening. Died: 12 JAN 1895 in: Buried: in: Eagle Lake St. Johns, Beecher Will Co IL Source - karensgen.com
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According to the information I have, William came to the United States about 1867 with his parents and half-brother, George Detmering. That would be his step-father, Mr. Detmering, and his mother, Sophia (maiden name unknown). We have not been able to find the family in the 1870 census, but they are supposed to have settled near Concordia, Lafayette Co, Missouri. Since this is a new family for me, I have not traveled to Lafayette County yet. Apparently, Mr. Detmering died sometime between 1867 (when they arrived) and 1879 when the family moved from Lafayette Co, Missouri to Miami Co, Kansas. I have been unable to find the family on the 1880 Federal census or the 1885 Kansas State census, although I did find William Oberheide's name on the 1885 farm schedule. Lorene Fort Miami Co, Kansas William actually traveled to American as Wilhelm Detmering in 1866 on the ship Leocadia