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Henry Eubancke
Borrenthwaite,
Brough/Kirkby Stephen at Stainmore,

 Old Westmorland, England 
 January 6, 1612

 
William Arleigh Eubank
April 7, 1900 - November 23, 1987
The Writing Years 1933-1945
The Secret City, Oak Ridge, Tenn

1945-1968 


      

     Betty Jean                   Mims             George               Iris Teta 

March 17, 1907 - February 16, 1996
Bonnie Jones Eubank -
Ancestral Families

Jones - Stepp - Porter - Young - Hemphill
- Garman - Maloney - Medley - Wolfe -

Foster -
White - Sams - Alexander - Young

www.jones-buncombe-ancestraljourneys.com

William's mother - Fanny Swagerty Eubank.
Great-great-granddaughter of
Friedrich Schweickhart

Immigrant from Rheinhessen, Germany 1749.
From 1769 Cumberland County Pennsylvania,
he was known as Frederick Swagerty.
Frederick moved to the Holston country in
far western North Carolina in 1783.
Far western North Carolina became Tennessee in 1796.
                                             
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1500's and 1600's England,
Virginia and Maryland

    Michael Ewbank - Westmorland,  England
   Henry Eubancke - Accomack, Eastern Shore 

   Henry Eubancke - Claiborne's Kent Island  
   Mary Eubank - Accomack, Eastern Shore
   Wm Eubank - Accomack, Eastern Shore,
immigrant on the Amity 1635
   Wm Eubank - New Kent County
   George Ubank - York County
   Jane Ubank - York County 
   Stapleton Ubank - Henrico County
   Thomas Eubank - Maryland
   Richard Eubank - Maryland

Caroline County, Virginia,
Court Order Books 1732 - 1799

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John Eubank c1720 - 1778
Mary Bullard c1720 - 1795

Caroline County, Virginia
children
(1) (Ann) Nancy  Eubank
 Mr. Gatewood
King and Queen or Essex County, Virginia
(research ongoing)

(2) Ambrose Eubank c1744
Caroline, Amherst,

Bedford Counties, Virginia

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(3) George Eubank 1746 - 1828
Delilah Williams c1750 - c1830
Caroline & Amherst Counties,Virginia

 

children
Thomas Eubank
 unmarried 
Elizabeth Eubank (?)
Lucy Eubank

Capt. James Ware's second wife

Ann Eubank
 unmarried
James Eubank
 unmarried
William Eubank
 Patsy Martin
Richard Bullard  Eubank
     Margaret LaFiew Pryor
George W. Eubank
 
unmarried
Ambrose Bullard Eubank
unmarried
Delilah Eubank

John M. Eubank 


(4)  Mary "Molly" Eubank
  George Saunderson
This family moved to Kentucky
(more to come)

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(5)   John Eubank c1750
Margaret Newman c1755
18th Century Virginia
 Amherst Count
y
children
Thomas Newman Eubank

  (1) Jane Shelton Ellis
(2) Ann E. Nelson

Lucy Eubank
John Ware
Elias Mosely Eubank
 Elizabeth Thompson
John Eubank, Jr.

  Catherine Rose
Ann Newman "Nancy"Eubank
     (1) Wm Taliaferro
(2) John Ellis

Margaret Newman Eubank
   Joshua Shelton Ellis
George Eubank
  Pam Brown (?)

Richard Newman Eubank
 Mary Camden Ware
Mary Eubank
 unmarried
Robert Mosely Eubank 
  Amanda Turk
Edmund Vauter Eubank 
William E.J. "Jett" Eubank

 Elizabeth Watson

John Eubank, Sr. c1750

  later m Edith Haynes, nee Irma Louise Ellis
no children

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Capt. James Ware 1778 - 1832
Nancy Garland Pendleton 1786 - 1825
Amherst County, Virginia

children
Mansfield Ware

  Susan Pettis Franklin
Mary Camden Ware
 Richard Newman Eubank
Reubin Selden Ware
Elizabeth P. Guilliam
John D. Ware
Julia M.
James D. Ware
unmarried
William Anderson Ware
Margaret Sarah Lynch (Land)
Ann Ware
Robert Peebles
Edward S. Ware
Gustavius A. Ware

Sarah Rebecca Jones
Garland Pendleton Ware
Micajah Pendleton Ware


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Richard Newman Eubank 1792 - 1871
Mary Camden Ware 1803 - 1879
Amherst County, Virginia

children
Frances Marie Ann Eubank
William H. Garland 

Selina Jane Eubank
(1) Daniel Mann
 (2) Peter Rivinac
Camilla Rivinac
Pierre Rivinac
Richard Fondren Rivinac
Fanny Ault
children:
Richard F. Rivinac, Jr.
Lena

Margaret Newman Eubank
William H. Stewart
John James Eubank
Mary Dudley Eubank
Orlando C. Phelps
Richard Newman Eubank II
Jane Catherine Hunter
Virginia Eubank
d age 37
Cornelia Sale Eubank
 Caleb Worley Dortch
William Ware Eubank
died 1858, age 20
Ellen Eubank
 
died at three years
Ada Eubank
died age 23

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Richard Newman Eubank 1792 - 1871
Mary Camden Ware 1803 - 1879

Jackson, Mississippi
owned Mall Bank plantation

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John Allen  c1760  -  c1812
Hannah King   1774  -  1825
Abingdon, Washington County, Virginia

children

Sarah Allen
(1) Joseph M. Bullus
Gallatin, Sumner Co., Tennessee
children
Elizabeth Minick Bullus
Anne Minick Bullus
(2) Jesse Cage
Gallatin,  Sumner County, Tennessee

William Allen
died young

Margaret Allen
(1) Joseph M. Smith
child: Sallie Bullus Smith
married Thompson Parrish Ware
(2) David McCord Hunter
his son with Maria Leetch
Col. William Leetch Hunter
David McCord Hunter's
children with Margaret Allen
Jane Catherine Hunter
David M. Hunter, Jr.
Alice Scott Hunter
Jessie Hunter
Trigg Hunter
(3) James Ware
Hopkinsville, Christian County, Kentucky

John Allen, Jr.
died young

Margery Allen
Mr. Stewart
Nashville, Tennessee

Jane Glenn Allen
Ambrose Richey Hunter
Aberdeen, Monroe County, Mississippi
children
Sally B. Hunter
Judge James T. Rucks, Jackson, MS
Ann Elizabeth Hunter
no marriage - lived with sister Jennie Yerger
William Hopkins Hunter
Arabella Bott
Jennie Glenn Hunter
William Gwin Yerger
Ambrose Allen Hunter
d Civil War
Kate Allen Hunter
d infancy

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Richard Newman Eubank II   1832 - 1910
Amherst County, Virginia 
  Hinds and Rankin Counties
, Missssippi
&
Jane Catherine Hunter 1838 - 1884 
Abingdon, Washington County, Virginia   
 Jackson, Hinds County, Mississippi

Fannin, Rankin Co
unty, Mississippi
children
James Rucks Euba
nk
Thompson Ware Eubank

  
twins -  died as infants
Mary Camden Eubank
 
died at five years

Livingston Mims Eubank 
 Fanny Dale Swagerty
Richard  Newman  Eubank  III
(1) Jennie Moore
    (2) Lucy M. Moore

Margaret A. Eubank
 
Richard  M. Thornton
Sallie Ware Eubank
 
Joseph J. Boyd
Jessie Lee Eubank
 
Alonzo G. Moore
Jennie Yerger Eubank
Elzie A. Nash

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 Livingston Mims Eubank  1865 - 1917
Rankin County, Mississippi  
Cocke, Sevier, and Knox Counties, Tennessee
Cherokee County, North Carolina
&
Fanny Dale Swagerty  1869 - 1948
Cocke County, Tennessee
Rankin County, Mississippi

Cherokee County, North Carolina
children

Richard Newman Eubank 
died infancy

Oliver Mims Eubank
died age five
Josephine Marie Eubank
died infancy
Clara Louise "Trilby" Eubank
George Black Hoblitzell
William Arleigh Eubank
 Bonnie Katherine Jones
James Saxon Eubank
Intha Laney
Robert  L."Buster"  Eubank
died age 14
  

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William Arleigh Eubank  1900 - 1987
"The Writing Years" Andrews, NC - 1933 - 1945
"The Secret City" Oak Ridge, Tennessee 1945 - 1963
&
Bonnie Katherine Jones  1907 - 1996
Black Mountain , Buncombe County, North Carolina
Cherokee County, North Carolina
Oak Ridge, Tennessee
children
Betty Jean Eubank (Burch)
Knoxville,Tennessee
Oak Ridge, Tennessee
William Dean Burch

William Mims Eubank
Cherokee County, North Carolina
Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Knoxville, Tennessee
(1)  Bette Mullins
(2)  Sheila Joyner
child

Jennifer L. Eubank
Knoxville, Tennessee
 Stephen Zackoski
son Draven Mims Zackoski

George Swagerty Eubank
Cherokee County, North Carolina
Seattle, Washington    Newport, Tennessee
Beatrice Schilz
children
Jeffrey Arleigh Eubank
Lisa Dale Eubank
Lauren R. Eubank

Iris Teta Eubank (Wagner)
Cherokee County, North Carolina
Oak Ridge, Tennessee
New York, New York

(1)  Salvatore Jon Cammarata
(2) George Francis Wagner