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1 Dock served during the Civil War in the Confederate Army, joining in 1861, Sgt. Company F, 29th Regiment, North Carolina. He enlisted August 31, 1861 at the age of 41. He was wounded in an unspecified battle. (Information from Confederate military records per National Archives Record Group 109, Conf. book-volume VIII., Jonas and Ann's ages and birthplace per 1850 Macon County, NC census p. 348)
The original marriage bond for Dock and Mary (Polly Mae) is on file in the Macon County Courthouse and is an interesting document. For example, the bond was for "five hundred pounds current money of the State" and Mary's surname is spelled NICHELS. The bondsman was a Michael Jenkins. Ordinarily Jonas would have been the bondsman, but since he opposed the marriage, soneone else had to sigh the bond. As bondsmen usually were close relatives, it is possible this Michael Jenkins may have been one of the unidentified sons of Jonas and Ann Williams Jenkins, a half-brother to Charles, but it is just speculation, nothing proved yet.
The story goes that Jonas was very upset about the pending marriage and moved into North Georgia for a while. According to the booklet written, the reason Jonas so upset was because Polly Mae was the daughter of Charles' half sister - Nancy Jenkins - who was married to Alexander Nichols. Jonas apparently got over his "fit" because the September 13, 1850 census for Macon County, NC - Smokey Mountain Township shows Charles and Mary, Jonas and Polly living in the same house.
The Arlington Church Cemetery was originally the Charles "Dock" Jenkins Family Cemetery. The land is part of an original grant made to Jonas Jenkins when he first settled in the Jenkins Branch area. After Jonas' death the land passed to Dock. He set aside the land by deed for the continued use as a cemetery by all the members of his family before his own death in 1915. Dock took great care in the layout of his cemetery. He established a very orderly pattern with straight rows and uniform spacing between the graves. He took extra care to mark the exact location of each grave. Until the latter half of the twentieth century, the majority of the burials in this cemetery were of people directly descended from Dock and Polly Jenkins.
The earliest tombstone erected in the cemetery is a dual stone for Silas and Eliza Jenkins. The stone was erected after May 1857.
Sadly, only Nancy Jane and Sarah Josephine outlived their parents. Birth dates and names per 1880, Swain County, North Carolina Census - also Dock, Polly, Thomas, Robert, Charles, Caladona and her husband. Nancy Jane and her husband, & Silas and Eliza are buried at the Arlington Cemetery. The stones and inscriptions on all but Silas and Eliza were personally verified by Joan Gillett.
Census for 1850 in Macon County, North Carlolina shows Jonas & Polly as parents. 
Jenkins, Charles Jonas (I108)
 
2 Gossersweiler, Lug, Münchweiler, Schwanheim, Silz, Stein, Völkersweiler, Wüstung Follach Source (S226)
 
3 "Direkte Stammfolge der Familie Kunz im Bruchweiler" by Michael Lothar Cunz spells Katharina's surname as SCHEEL. Schehl, Katharina (I3859)
 
4 "eine Witwe" Unknown, Unknown (I4929)
 
5 (Lukas = Laux) Reis, Laux (I4991)
 
6 13.12.1713: Mannrecht und Mittel aus Bargen weggezogen Kenel, Samuel (I4900)
 
7 13020 McGill Road, Soddy-Daisy, Tenn. 37379 Jenkins, Sallye Maude (I43)
 
8 1910 Census
E. A. Jenkins living as a boarder with J. E. Dyke, occupation telegraph operator, single

DEATH: Obituary Name JENKINS, EMANUEL. Date FEB. 9 1938 Newspaper TIMES 
Jenkins, Emanuel Alexander (I17)
 
9 1930 U.S. Federal Census > New York > Bronx > Bronx (District 597)
Census 1830:
immigration 1888 
Schafft, Magdalena (I3394)
 
10 197 Beene St, Soddy Daisy, TN (423) 332-2460 Jenkins, Theodore Edison (I35)
 
11 1994 Phone and Address Directory
Name: CURTIS F GRIFFIN Address: 7611 PASA DOBLES CT City: TAMPA State: FL Zipcode: 33615 Phone: (813) 886-6748 
Griffin, Curtis F. (I778)
 
12 2. Grades blutsverwandt Family F1221
 
13 2. Heirat Russy, Joseph (I4836)
 
14 3. Grades blutsverwandt Family F1153
 
15 4. Grades Blutsverwandt Family F1168
 
16 707 Idaho Av #317, Santa Monica, California 90403-1201 (1977)
[2302 Pier Av, Santa Monica, California 90405-0901 (1970)]
[23 Pier Av, Santa Monica, California 90400] 
Passmore, Milford Michael (I323)
 
17 9914 Shore Dr, Soddy Daisy, TN 37379-3550 (423) 842-4556 Jenkins, Cecil Emanuel (I291)
 
18 According to his death certificate, William Harrison Whalen fell off the Medical Arts Building while it was under construction.

According to a March 31, 1929 Chattanooga Times article, the Medical Arts building was a skyscraper built in the art deco style and especially for the healthcare community and its patients. Architect Reuben H. Hunt had met with many of the doctors to determine the design of the building.

The Medical Arts building featured a design of practicality and elegance. The telephone system routed calls directly to the doctor?s office. Physicians checked in and out with an operator so that they could always be reached. By being a high-rise, the building didn?t have long corridors found in single-level buildings. Materials used in construction included alabaster, brass, marble, steel, and walnut.

The building was patterned after one in Baltimore, Maryland, and was designed to be fire-proof.

Construction began in July, 1928 and was completed on April 1, 1929. Total cost was $500,000. The Medical Arts building was easily visible as one entered Chattanooga from Missionary Ridge, and joined the city?s list of skyscrapers. 
Whalen, William Harrison (I49)
 
19 According to John Ray Whalen's son, his father left home because his father's second wife, Mary Lane, was mean to the kids. Harry Whalen described her as a "hellcat." Mary Lane is said to have beaten Stella Whalen a lot and James Knox Polk Whalen eventually left her and went to live with his son, William Harrison Whalen. Whalen, John Roy (I55)
 
20 According to Mr. Lucius Harvey, the Jenkins family in America is quite large. At least 123 families came from England and landed in Maryland during the 1600's alone. Sorting them out with positive proof was difficult. The Jenkins family is of Welsh extraction. A widely held tradition is that the family is Scotch-Irish. This term refers to the British citizens (the majority of whom were Scotch) who resettled the Ulster province of Ireland in the early 1600's.
It is believed the forebears of the Jenkinses came into England during the Norman Conquest of 1066. The name is found as early as 1327 on English subsidy rolls. The Jenkins surname is define as "Sons of John". It seems our first generation in America must have immigrated to the colony of Virginia during the large-scale Scotch-Irish emigration of the latere 1600's. Our Jenkinses would have likely arrived through the Chesapeake Bay and migrated westward along the Rappahannock River. Generations pioneered the way to the Blue Ridge and the Shenandoah Valley, where the trend of migration turned to the south. 
Jenkins, Jonas (I668)
 
21 According to the 1920 U.S. Federal Census, Grace was living with her father (and family) in a house that he owned free and clear at 703 Dodson Ave, Chattanooga; she was 18 years old, married and had the name Beaumond or Bernard. Family F37
 
22 According to the 1930 US Census, Jacques was born in Michigan; his father in New York and his mother was French Canadian. His profession in 1930 was plumber.

He owned his own house - 3770 Wilson Avenue - value $ 1200 
Passmore, John Francis (I200)
 
23 Agnes converted to Judiasm before her marriage to Harry Sanders. Harry's father, who lived with them, was an Orthodox Jew so Agnes had to be able to perform all of the Orthodox domestic rites. Miriam was her Hebrew name.

SSDI
Name: Mary Sanders SSN: 272-32-1190 Last Residence: 45237 Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, United States of America Born: 25 Sep 1909 Died: 21 Nov 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (1952-1953 ) 
Jenkins, Agnes Magdalene (I31)
 
24 Albert LINDENMEYER Given Name: Albert Surname: Lindenmeyer Sex: M Birth: 11/2/1876 in Dorrance, Kansas Death: 7/8/1966 in Casper, Natrona, Wyoming Burial: 7/8/1966 Casper, Natrona, Wyoming MARL: 1904 Dorrance, KS to Ina Eckenrode Note: Census Place: Center, Russell, Kansas (LDS Geneology) Family History Library Film: 1254395 NA Film Number: T9-0395 Page Number: 72A Moved to Casper in 1916 Moved to Grand Junction in 1910 or 1911. Lindenmeyer, Albert (I478)
 
25 Also known as the Immanuel Cemetery Source (S59)
 
26 American, French Canadian, Irish, English, Germany Ancestry
Entries: 6714 Updated: 2004-07-13 18:25:04 UTC (Tue) Contact: Greg & Susan Ramstedt 
Schied, Johannes Wendelin (I3732)
 
27 American, French Canadian, Irish, English, Germany Ancestry
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Schied, Johannes Wendelin (I4379)
 
28 American, French Canadian, Irish, English, Germany Ancestry
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Keller, Valentin (I4550)
 
29 American, French Canadian, Irish, English, Germany Ancestry
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Keller, Siegfried (I4551)
 
30 American, French Canadian, Irish, English, Germany Ancestry
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Unknown Becker (I4552)
 
31 American, French Canadian, Irish, English, Germany Ancestry
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Keller, Valentin (I4553)
 
32 American, French Canadian, Irish, English, Germany Ancestry
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Katharina (I4554)
 
33 American, French Canadian, Irish, English, Germany Ancestry
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Keller, Valentin (I4668)
 
34 American, French Canadian, Irish, English, Germany Ancestry
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Keller, Siegfried (I4669)
 
35 American, French Canadian, Irish, English, Germany Ancestry
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Unknown Becker (I4670)
 
36 American, French Canadian, Irish, English, Germany Ancestry
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Keller, Valentin (I4671)
 
37 American, French Canadian, Irish, English, Germany Ancestry
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Katharina (I4672)
 
38 Analphabet Klemm, Johannes Georg (I4807)
 
39 Ann Williams marriage bond was signed by Jane Jenkins, who was her guradian at the time. Williams, Mary Ann (I92)
 
40 auch errechnet aus Quelle

Landesvenner der Landschaft Saanen: 1565, 70, 72, 79-81 
Huswirth, Peter (I4815)
 
41 aus Zweibr?b Reis, Weckhard (I4989)
 
42 Beruf: Landesvenner Hauswirth, Benedict (I4811)
 
43 Betty Agnes died in hospital of pneumonia. She wrote a 'deathbed' will in which she made Jack Ledford her sole heir. Jenkins, Betty Agnes (I110)
 
44 BIOGRAPHY:
American, French Canadian, Irish, English, Germany Ancestry
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Keller, Johannes Valentin (I4531)
 
45 BIOGRAPHY:
American, French Canadian, Irish, English, Germany Ancestry
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Fischer, Anna Barbara (I4549)
 
46 BIOGRAPHY:
emigrated 1832
Submitter:Robin Hoopengarner
Subject: Wakeman, Family
Message:Hi there, my maiden name is Robin Wakeman I am orig. from upstate New York. My Grandfather was William Wakeman, but he was born William Wegman/Wegmann. Please keep in mind when these German people came over from Germany and the census and certificates and all were made out(hand written) The writers wrote them as they sounded not as they should of been. When I was in the DC Archives I found many of my relatives as Wakemans not Wegmans as they should of been. So my Maiden name is Wakeman, which should have been Wegman. Search for your family with an open mind and look for similar spellings.

New York Census, 1790-1890
Name: MICHAEL WEGMAN State: NY County: Monroe County Township: Greece Year: 1850 Record Type: Federal Population Schedule Page: 139 Database: NY 1850 Federal Census Index 
Wegmann, Georg Michael (I3299)
 
47 BIOGRAPHY:
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/e/i/s/Darrell-G-Eisenhauer/GENE1-0001.html?Welcome=1079203763

BIOGRAPHY:
Schneider
Entries: 349 Updated: Sat Aug 25 10:00:10 2001 Contact: Michael Schneider mc2787@aol.com 
Schneider, Elisabetha (I3696)
 
48 BIOGRAPHY:
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/e/i/s/Darrell-G-Eisenhauer/GENE1-0001.html?Welcome=1079203763

Name: Victoria Eisenhauer Home in 1900: Vergennes, Jackson, Illinois Age: 81 Estimated birth year: abt 1819 Birthplace: Germany Relationship to head-of-house: Mother Race: White 
Eisenhauer, Georg Jacob (I3378)
 
49 BIOGRAPHY:
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/e/i/s/Darrell-G-Eisenhauer/GENE1-0001.html?Welcome=1079203763
emigrated about 1854 
Eisenhauer, Magdalena (I3369)
 
50 BIOGRAPHY:
http://www.kindelberger.de
Georg (Johann) FRIEDRICH ? 
Kindelberger, Georg Friedrich (I4788)
 

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