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From: "Linda Gullette Hudson" <>
Subject: Re: mary eades gullett?
Date: Sat, 6 Jan 2001 11:21:20 -0500
Yes - Mary Ann EADES (EADS) was first married to George GULLETT of my line
in Wilcox Co. AL - George is son of George GULLETT and Mary GOSLIN (dau of
Waitman Goslin) of DE/NC and brother to my John GULLETT m Leah MORRIS of
DE/NC/AL, George Sr. is son of John GULLETT and Mary? __?__ of MD/DE, John
is son of William GULLETT and Mary TRIPPE of MD, William is son of William
GULLETT and Susannah MILLES of MD.
After Mary Ann Eades' husband George Gullett died c.1818/1819, she married
Samuel ERVIN and after he died 1823, she married Dr. Squire G. GRAYSON. She
had two sons by George Gullett: John Eades (Eads) Gullett and George Samuel
Gullett. She had another son by Samuel Ervin: Robert Hugh Ervin. By Dr.
Grayson she had children William S. Grayson and Margaret Jane Grayson.
Mary Ann Eades' husband George Gullett (Jr.) was the brother of Samuel
Gullett m. Rebekah Thompson - the Maury Co. TN Gulletts, parents to John
Thompson Gullett (b.1811), George Gullett (III)(b. 1813), Samuel Gullett (b.
1818), and Newton Cannon Gullett (b. 1822).
[Judy - this is sticking in your brain because I wrote you a long email
about them in the deluge of emails you call your "Christmas Present" - LOL]
Linda Gullette Hudson
2025 Fairmont Blvd.
Knoxville, TN 37917-2714
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, 05 January, 2001 8:16 p
Subject: mary eades gullett?
> this one is sticking in my brain for some reason....sorry-do you guys
> recognize her?
> Francis Marion's brigade--as in general francis marion--as in the swamp
> The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume
> page 186
> Mrs. Leila Ervin Mcdaniel.
> DAR ID Number: 115593
> Born in Camden, Ala.
> Wife of Dr. Arthur Shaw McDaniel.
> Descendant of Capt. John Ervin, as follows:
> 1. Robert Hugh Ervin (1822-75) m. 1848 Sarah Tait (1826-1905).
> 2. Samuel Ervin (1776-1823) m. 3rd 1820 Mary Eades Gullett (1800-31).
> 3. John Ervin m. 1st, 1775, Jane Witherspoon (1753-90).
> John Ervin (1754-1820) commanded a regiment of South Carolina militia in
> Francis Marion's brigade. He was born in Williamsburg County; died in
> County, S. C.
> Also No. 88101.
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