William Mathis born 1870 Canada, Jackson,nc need fathers name or Spouse, Thanks

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Charles Erwin William Orin Mathews

Ontario Births

Name Charles Erwin William Orin Mathews
Event Type Birth
Event Date 20 May 1870
Event Place Toronto Twp, Peel, Ontario, Canada
Gender Male
Father's Name Aaron Mathews
Mother's Name Caroline Crabtree Mathews
Certificate Number 015420

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Ontario Births, 1869-1912

Reference ID p 95 rn 015420
GS Film Number 1844885
Digital Folder Number 004018487
Image Number 00471

Citing this Record

"Ontario Births, 1869-1912," database with images, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FM3M-JQ1 : 15 January 2016), Charles Erwin William Orin Mathews, 20 May 1870; citing Birth, Toronto Twp, Peel, Ontario, Canada, citing Archives of Ontario, Toronto; FHL microfilm 1,844,885.

answered by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (1.8m points)
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William Thomas Mathis

mentioned in the record of John Baxter Mathis

Name William Thomas Mathis
gender Male
Wife Annie Jane Mcgaha
Son John Baxter Mathis

Other information in the record of John Baxter Mathis

from North Carolina Deaths

Name John Baxter Mathis
Event Type Death
Event Date 14 Feb 1994
Event Place Lincolnton, Lincoln, North Carolina
Birth Year 1902
Burial Place Sylva, N.C.
Cemetery Addie Cemetery
Residence Place Lincolnton, Lincoln, N.C.
Address 2931 Woodgate Road
Gender Male
Age 91
Marital Status Divorced
Race (Original) White
Occupation Security Guard-Textiles
Birth Date 18 Jul 1902
Birthplace Jackson, N.C.
Father's Name William Thomas Mathis
Mother's Name Annie Jane Mcgaha
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North Carolina Deaths, 1931-1994

Reference ID v 8B cn 8589
GS Film number 1992303

Citing this Record

"North Carolina Deaths, 1931-1994," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FGFH-PGC : 1 July 2015), William Thomas Mathis in entry for John Baxter Mathis, 14 Feb 1994; citing Lincolnton, Lincoln, North Carolina, v 8B cn 8589, State Department of Archives and History, Raleigh; FHL microfilm 1,992,303.

answered by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (1.8m points)
Dills-206 Edward Dills born 1846 was his step father his mother was Sousana Diel , I believe that William L Mathis is William Lee Cope I believe they put the wrong last name down, (I was just trying to find more information) or this William Mathis married Emma Brown but when he died he was William Lee Cope, he may have found out he was a Cope and used the correct name and Susanna may have married a Mathis, Cope, and Dills, I don't know

This is Canada, Jackson County, North Carolina he was born eat.1870

Thanks for helping.. this is a mess
Frank Gill I'm going to add that last record and see what turns up, Thanks..
Just added him and parents came up wrong he is [[Mathis-1760 | William Thomas Mathis]] born 1864 John Baxter is added with him I left a note on my William Mathis so I will be able to work him in the family being they lived in Sylva, Jackson, nc they will be easy to connect, lots of roots their, Thanks again
OK I got him connected to the family tree now I got David Mathis born 1819 Haywood,nc and Davis Mathis 1820 Cherokee, nc these are probably cousins but I'm going back to my Cope, Gibson line and work on it , Thanks for this information his mothers side goes back to Granderson Bryson son of James Holmes Bryson and Isabel Countryman they was from Pennsylvania my grandparents
My paternal grandparents were from Northeast Pennsylvania, Erie County.

I think your James H. Bryson was from Philiadelphia.
Yes do you have lots of information on them in Philadelphia or any good reading about what it was like in the days the Bryson family lived their I believe the Holmes family was from Philadelphia also, you know my great great great grandmother was Eldelphia Mathis Parker I believe it was spelled this way, Thanks for helping.. Frank Gill.

What sent them to the south I would like to know?
Donnie, I don't know why they moved south. Maybe for the climate or a job opportunity, but I'm only guessing.
Thanks Frank

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