||Elizabeth Hopson |
||5 Feb 1778
||Chatham County, NC
||Moore County Wallaces
||12 Jun 2012 |
|| 1 DNA test is associated with Elizabeth Hopson |
|Test Type||Taken by||Haplogroup ||Test Information|
||Lynn Wallace ||
||GEDmatch ID = T744484
||Isaac W. Wallis, b. 1777, NC d. 1862, AR (Age 85 years)  |
||10 Apr 1800
||Randolph County, NC
| || 1. George W. Wallis, b. 1802, NC d. 26 Oct 1906, AR (Age 104 years)|
| || 2. Thomas Wallis, b. 1804, NC |
| || 3. Rhoda Wallis, b. 1806|
| || 4. Rachel Wallis, b. 1809, NC |
| || 5. William Wallis, b. 1810|
| || 6. Isham Tisha Wallis, b. 1811|
| || 7. Ruth Wallis, b. 1813|
| || 8. Isaac Henry Wallis, b. 1815, TN |
|+|| 9. Timothy Matthew Wallis, b. 1817, Wayne County, TN d. Civil War |
|+||10. Joseph E. Wallace, b. 1820, Lawrence County, TN d. 1919, Stone County, AR (Age 99 years)|
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||12 Jun 2012 |
- [S1255] Connie Pearl [firstname.lastname@example.org], 3309 E. Mt. Vernon, Wichita, KS 67218 , Wallis - Wallace - Wallice Descendants [ http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/p/e/a/Connie-Pearl-Ks/index.html ].
ISAAC W.2 WALLIS (THOMAS1) was born 1777 in N.C., and died 1862 in Ar.. He married ELIZABETH HOPSON April 10, 1800 in Randolph Co., N.C., daughter of WILLIAM HOPSON and SARAH WILLIAMS. She was born February 05, 1778 in Chatham, N. C..
Notes for ISAAC W. WALLIS:
Information from a Wallace at the Searcy Co., Ark fair & George Wallace of Illinois Wiley Wallis (grandson) says in his report " My Grandfather Wallis was Irish decent, he was a large man, weighed 200 pounds and a great fighter. He was a good worker but no businessman and no Scholer. He was blue eyed, fair skin and even tempered and lived to be 85 years old. He was a member of the old Baptist church in Wayne Country Tennessee where he lived most of his life, but he came to Arkansas". Found this information was copied from a diary of another much older Wallis. According to Don Wallis in Wayne Co. Historian, He was in Orangeburg Dist. of Wayne Co. Tenn in 1790, Living with Thomas in the 1800 Census. 1802 North Carolina Craven Dist. In the 1820 census in Lawrence Co. Tenn. 1830 in Wayne Co. Tenn. He lists related family names as Baker, Brewer, Hollis and Kimbell.
In the Wayne Co. 1830 Census Isaac is listed as: Males under 5 0, 5-10 0, 3 -0-15 males, 0 15-20, 1 20-30 0,0, 1 40 plus, Females 0,0,0, 2 15-20 age, 3 20-30,0,. 1 40 plus. Census Roll #183 M 19.
1820 Tenn Lawrence Co. Census has the following listing: 3 under 10,0, 1 15-18,2-18-20, 126-45 Males. Females 2 under 10, 3 10-16,0,1-26-45 females 1830-1860 Wayne Co. Census I have copies of these censuses.
1840 Wayne Co Tenn, Isaac is living next to his son Timothy and George Wallis. His son Joseph and 2 daughters still living at home. In 1850 the 2 daughter Rachial ( age 41) & Ruth (Age 39) still living at home
I have a copy of a application for marriage in the State of N. C. Randolph Co. dated April 10, 1800. John Wilson security. A veteran in 1812 war,
Issac brought 100 acres in Randolph Co. N.C. from brother Josiah Oct 12, 1804.
I have a copy of a deed signed by Abraham Lincoln dated Aug 1, 1861 for 40 acres in Searcy Co. Ark. Certificate # 19635.
Notes for ELIZABETH HOPSON:
Baptist, Scotch decent From Wiley Wallis " My Grandmother Wallis was of Scotch decent. Her maiden name was Elizabeth Hobson. She was of common size had black eyes and dark complexion. She had a great memory and was a member of the old Baptist Church and a great Bible reader. They had 10 children. Thomas, George, Rhoda, Rachel, Billy, Tisha, Rugh, Isaac, Timothy, and Joseph,. They were all members of the old Baptist church. Joseph is still living and 82 years of age on Jan 15, 190l and is a missionary. per Billy Wallis data she is either a daughter or sister of George Hobson Bonnie Brown states there is a Brinkley Hopson in Wayne Co. possibly a relative. Marriage License dated April 10, 1800.