b. Jesse Venable, b 14 May 1787 in Surry Co NC. He married Charity Eaton in Stokes Co on 22 Feb 1822. She was born abt 1800, and died 22 Jan 1885 in Stokes Co. Jesse died 7 Apr 1877. They had seven children, all born in Stokes Co-1. Martin Venable, b 15 Oct 1824, married Hannah P Gibson in Surry Co on 13 Feb 1847, and married second with Nancy Jane Grigg in Stokes Co on 17 Feb 1859. Hannah was born in NC in 1827 and probably died about 1857 in Stokes Co. Nancy was born 22 Apr 1833 in Surry Co, daughter of Anderson Grigg and Casandra Pell, and died 8 Feb 1911 in Surry Co. Martin had five children with Hannah and nine more with Nancy. 2. Daniel Winston Venable, b 23 Apr 1827 3. Haywood Venable, b 31 May 1829, married Mary A Lawrence in Stokes Co on 8 Nov 1855; Haywood’s younger brother provided the marriage bond. 4. Celia Venable, b 7 Feb 1831 5. Squire Venable, b 4 Jun 1834 6. John Temple Venable, b 1 Mar 1838 Edit 7. Francis Marion Venable, b 10 Aug 1841 8. Charlotte Temperance Venable, b 9 Jan 1844, married Thomas J Stone in Stokes Co on 24 Dec 1866. Thomas was born in NC in 1845. They had five children in Stokes Co by Dec 1869.
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