1984 #2 - Austin Genealogical Society

Comments

Transcription

1984 #2 - Austin Genealogical Society
FOUNDED 1960
BOX 1507
AUSTIN TX 78767-1507
V o l . XXV No. 2
@
1
J U N E 1984
3
CONTENTS
.
. . . . . .. . 33
34
New Room a t L i b r a r y
1844 Census of Robertson Co, TX
New Source f o r Locating Old F a m i l i e s
i n Texas - P a r t 3
a
a
T h i s Language We've I n h e r i t e d
Texas Volunteer U n i t s i n t h e
Mexican War 1846-48 - P a r t 19
1st Texas Foot Riflemen F-L
Oops'. Wrong W a r :
(Henry Moss)
Book Reviews
a
*
Promiscuous Use of C o a t s o f A r m s ; [ a l s o )
Bartholomew S t o v a l l Gathering
Happy Hunting Ground
a
Miscellaneous Items:
B i r t h d a t e Formula
AGS S o c i e t y News
News of Bygone A u s t i n i t e s
*
Ancestor L i s t i n g S e c t i o n
AGS Workshop Announcement
I
36
. . . 51
. .. . .. 53
. . . . . . . . . 60
61
64
. . . .. .. .. 65
. . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . 66
67
67
.
.
.
69
. . . . . . . . . . 85a
.. .
I
I
I
I
I
AUSTIN GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
OFFICERS 1984
M r , Sam W n Montgomery
President
Mrso H o L . Lemburg (Mary K a t h e r i n e )
1st V i c e - p r e s i d e n t
M r s o W i l l i a m G . Nagel (Andrea)
2nd V i c e - p r e s i d e n t
Mrso Martha Askew
Recording S e c r e t a r y
Mrs. Robert C o McAnelly ( B e t t y )
Corresponding S e c r e t a r y
[Write h e r a t 2504 Q u a r r y Rd, 78703, f o r back i s s u e s of Q u a r t e r l y . ]
Mrs. S t a n l e y L. Vinson ( J u l i a )
Treasurer
Mrs, H.H. Rugeley (Helen)
Quarterly Editor
[Send m a t e r i a l f o r AGS Q u a r t e r l y t o 2202 W , 1 0 , A u s t i n TX 78703.)
Membership $9 ( o r $10 f o r t w o a t same a d d r e s s ) . Send payments and m i s c e l l a n e o u s correspondence (such as prompt n o t i c e of f a i l u r e t o r e c e i v e
c u r r e n t i s s u e of Q u a r t e r l y t o t AGS, Box 1507, A u s t i n TX 78767-1507.
b
I)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
1984-85
1983-84
M s Christina Allday-Bondy ( T i n a )
D r o James B . C a r t e r ( J i m )
Maj, N o Dale C o l l i e r
M r . B i l l y J o Kaiser
M r . Tommy Lee Miles
M r s . C,F. Niebuhr ( A l t h e a )
M r s o J o M . Pinckney J r O(Mary)
M r s . H.H. Rugeley (Helen)
Mrso S t a n l e y L o Vinson ( J u l i a )
Mrso Glenn A D Welsch (Irma)
Mrso Martha Askew
M r s o G r i f f i n L . Hardin (Adena)
Mrso B i l l y J. K a i s e r ( B e t t y )
M r s . H.L. Lemburg (Mary K a t h e r i n e )
Mrso Robert C . McAnelly ( B e t t y )
M r , S a m W o Montgomery
Mrso Wm, G. Nagel (Andrea)
Mrso J o e W . Neal ( C l a r i c e
M r s o J.Uo T u t t l e ( J o )
Mrso bdm. R e Young (Wilena)
0
COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN
Book A c q u i s i t i o n s
Exchange L i b r a r i a n and
Mail D i s t r i b u t o r
Forms S a l e
Hospitality
Mailing N e w s l e t t e r
Membership
Newsletter E d i t o r
Program
Publicity
Q u a r t e r l y Custodian
W o r k s h op
C l a r i c e Neal
Tommy L o Miles
Dale C o l l i e r
Robin Rader
Tommy Miles
J o Tuttle
. .
' . .
Wilena Young
Pmdrea Nagel
B e t t y Kaiser
B e t t y McAnelly
Adena Hardin; B e t t y Kaiser
MEETINGS a t 7 p.mo f o u r t h Tuesdays ( e x c e p t August and December) i n
A u s t i n H i s t o r y C e n t e r o 810 Guadalupe. E n t e r i n g by e a s t d o o r , you w i l l
f i n d Reception Room door t h e second one on your r i g h t , VISITORS ARE
WELCOME, Board meetings as c a l l e d by P r e s i d e n t ,
4
t
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
V o l . XXV No. 2
A u s t i n TX
N E W ROOM AT LIBRARY
Mrs. Robin Rader, L i b r a r i a n of t h e Genealogy C o l l e c t i o n a t t h e
Texas S t a t e L i b r a r y , has s e t up a new room, c a l l e d t h e Texas C o l l e c t i o n , f o r t h e b e n e f i t of l i b r a r y p a t r o n s .
I t i s l o c a t e d i n t h e room
where smoking f o r m e r l y w a s p e r m i t t e d , b u t now i s p r o h i b i t e d by S t a t e
law--not t h e m a l i c i o u s whim o f t h e l i b r a r i a n !
The Texas C o l l e c t i o n c o n s i s t s of c o u n t y , town and community
h i s t o r i e s ; b i o g r a p h i e s o f Texas h e r o e s (and v i l l a i n s : > ; s t u d i e s o f
such t o p i c s as Rangers, o u t l a w s , p i o n e e r s , p r e a c h e r s , b u i l d i n g s ( e .g.
m i s s i o n s , c o u r t h o u s e s , f o r t s , b a t t l e s ) ; and h i s t o r i c a l n o v e l s . Thus,
if a g e n e a l o g i c a l r e s e a r c h e r b r i n g s a f r i e n d who i s n o t i n t e r e s t e d
i n a n c e s t r a l r e c o r d s p e r s e , he o r s h e can f i n d p l e n t y o f o t h e r r e a d i n g m a t e r i a l - - t h e l i g h t e r s i d e of h i s t o r i c a l r e c o r d s , we m i g h t s a y .
Another d e l i g h t f u l advantage t o t h e s e books i s t h a t t h e y , i n
c o n t r a s t t o g e n e a l o g i c a l books g e n e r a l l y , can be checked o u t f o r as
l o n g as f o u r weeks t o l o c a l p a t r o n s who o b t a i n a b o r r o w e r ' s c a r d ,
"Local" i s d e f i n e d as T r a v i s , Williamson and Hays c o u n t i e s , by lib r a r y p o l i c y . More d i s t a n t p a t r o n s c a n g e t them on i n t e r - l i b r a r y
l o a n f o r t w o weeks, if t h e i r home l i b r a r i e s p a r t i c i p a t e . Cards f o r
t h e s e p a r t i c u l a r books a r e i n t e r f i l e d i n t h e c a r d c a t a l o g , and b e a r
t h e d e s i g n a t i o n TEX r a t h e r t h a n G E N .
I n c i d e n t a l l y , new book s h e l v e s i n t h e Texas C o l l e c t i o n l e f t no
s p a c e f o r t h e V e r t i c a l F i l e s , s o t h e y have been moved t o Xerox Room.
Other changes have been made i n t h e Genealogy C o l l e c t i o n which
promise t o make book l o c a t i o n e a s i e r as soon as we g e t accustomed t o
them. The b a s i c p r i n c i p l e of t h e change w a s t o s h e l v e t h e books c'ons e c u t i v e l y around t h e room by t h e i r Dewey Decimal System c a l l numbers.
H e r e t o f o r e t h e y have been r a t h e r s c a t t e r e d .
S t a r t i n g on t h e w a l l which s e p a r a t e s t h e 1 7 m i c r o f i l m r e a d e r s
f r o m t h e books, t h e census i n d e x e s a r e found f i r s t ( c o n v e n i e n t f o r
t h o s e who a r e u s i n g t h e r e a d e r s ) . Then t h e D . A . R . l i n e a g e books,
which a r e numbered i n t h e 3 0 0 s . Next come American G e n e a l o g i c a l B i o g r a p h i c a l I n d e x , e t c . , t h e "How To" books, and Family H i s t o r i e s i n
alphabetical order.
Dewey a s s i g n e d numbers t o s t a t e s grouped by g e o g r a p h i c a l l o c a t i o n ; such books a r e now s h e l v e d n e a r l y as t h e y were, e x c e p t t h a t
New England books immediately p r e c e d e o t h e r g e o g r a p h i c a l s e c t i o n s i n s t e a d of b e i n g o f f t o themselves. Mrs. Rader has w i s e l y allowed as
much s p a c e as p o s s i b l e f o r a d d i t i o n s t o t h e Texas and S o u t h e r n S t a t e s
books, which a r e of paramount i n t e r e s t t o m o s t l o c a l p a t r o n s .
The l i b r a r y s t a f f r e a l i z e t h a t i t i s u n s e t t l i n g f o r long-time
r e s e a r c h e r s t o f i n d t h e i r f a v o r i t e books moved, b u t t h i s change i s
t h o u g h t t o be i n t h e i n t e r e s t of t h e g r e a t e s t number o f t h o s e who
p a t r o n i z e t h e l i b r a r y . They w i l l g l a d l y g i v e o r i e n t a t i o n t o u r s t o
any who would l i k e t o become familiar w i t h t h e more p r o f e s s i o n a l
arrangement.
33
-2-
REPUBLIC OF TEXAS
ROBERTSON COUNTY
!UL, J . L o f a y e t t c
I
IIARROI., Tliomes
IIARLAHD, . J o s e p h
HOWARD, A n i a s a
1
HOWARI), W i l l i a m
1
IIOWAl7l), P a t r i c i a
H A R D Y , Thomas
1
HARDIN.Johnathan R 1
LIARN, B . L .
1
-
3 844
T h e f o l l o w i n g c e n s u s i n f o r m a t i o n was found i r i t h e m i c r o f i l m Tax R o l l s a t
the S t a t e L i b r a r y i n A u s t i n . ?he l a s t column h e a d i n g i s " R e v o l u t i o n i s t s of 1836-37"
-
-
!IAYGOOD, H e n r y
HIX, A l f r e d
HINSON, D a v i d
" Adm. H e i r s
Resider
HUNT, R o b e r t
IIII.I.&~~en
HUGGE, A m a n d a M
_HATTON,Marmaduke
HENRY, W i l l i a m
H I X , Isaac
KENNEY, John
KNIGHT, Frederick
K E R R , James B
KELLOGG, S a m u e l W
HAM, carrol
HIFFIN, M o s e s
OI.SON. A l b e r t G
ALLOWAY,
11 I
I I 1 11 6
11
16.1 1
I I I2 1 I
John F
AT'I'IIEWS.
.
-
William
1 I_. 1
L
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 1 5 7 1
1
1
2 2
-4
SllELTON, A l f r e d
--_____I_
OWENS, W i I l L a m
OWEHS, J e f f e r s o n
WENS,Clinton C
ROGERS, R o b e r t
IaOGERS A l b e r t G
rHILCY, ' J a m e s
RODUEN, P e t e r
RIDGW.AY, J a r r e t t M
RIVES, S . A .
ROBINS, Lucy, Adm.
1 1
1 1
l!
1
1
1
1121
li 1 ;
1
-
-1-
, S I J R I N G ~ I E L D , G a b r i e-l ~
SPRINGFIELD, JamesM 1
SISSOM, E l l i s
1
SIMONTON,Theophiluql
2:s:
r 2 ;
12,5'1
!
i
w
Ln
bRIFFIN, J a c k s o n
b l
I t s h o u l d b e remembered t h a t i n 1 0 4 4 t h e C o u n t y of R o b e r t s o n i n c l u d e d a l l
t h e l a n d b e t w e e n t h e B r a z o s & T r i n i t y R i v e r s , f r o m t h e area oE Hcarne t o
t h e p r e s e n t s i t e s of D a l l a s 6 F t . Worth.
The Tax Accessor, James McMurry, s t a t e s a t t h e e n d o f t h e d o c u m e n t "1135
t o t a l amount o f w h i t e p o p u l a t i o n i n t h e C o u n t y of R o b e r t s o n w i t h t h e
E x c e p t i o n of w h a t t h e r e i s i n t h e C o l o n y 6 a l o n g below t h e r e o n t h e T r i n i t y
R i v e r so s p a r c e l y s e t t l e d 6 o u t o f r e a c h t h a t i t was i n c o n v c l l i e n t t o g c t
A n l R 4 0 - 4 5 map
t h e m t h o t h e r e is a t l e a s t o n e h u n d r e d & f i C t y i n a l l . "
p r e p a r e d b y a German named Roemer shows t h e d e s i g n a t i o n " C o l o n y " on t h e
e a s t b a n k of t h e T r i n i t y R i v e r , b u t f u r t h e r n o r t h t h a n t h e p r e s e n t s i t e
of " T e n n e s s e e C o l o n y " .
" N e g r o e s O v e r T e n " a n d " N c g r o c s Under T e n " were i n v e n t o r i e d a l o n g w i L h
the other taxable i t e m s .
Tommy L. F l i 1 (as
600 S o u t h I.'i r z t , A l ) t . 311
A u s t i n , T e x a s 7R704
442-5350
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
Austin
V o l . XXV No. 2
TS
NEW SOURCE FOR L O C A T I N G
OLD FAMILIES I N TEXAS
Part 3
I n V o l . X X I V No. 4 o f AGS Q u a r t e r l y i s a f u l l e x p l a n a t i o n o f
t h e s o u r c e of t h e s e names. B r i e f l y , " I n 1974 t h e Texas Department o f
A g r i c u l t u r e i n a u g u r a t e d t h e Family Land H e r i t a g e Program t o r e g i s t e r
f a r m s and r a n c h e s i n Texas t h a t have been owned and o p e r a t e d by t h e
same f a m i l i e s f o r a c e n t u r y o r more."
Now we b e g i n Volume 2 of t h e Texas Family Land H e r i t a g e Regist r y , which i n m o s t c a s e s r e v e a l s i n t e r e s t i n g d a t a about t h e e a r l y
g e n e r a t i o n s of l a n d owners, arranged by c o u n t i e s . T h i s volume i n c l u d e s a map showing t h e Texas c o u n t i e s i n which H e r i t a g e p r o p e r t i e s
had been proven t o d a t e . The " e a s t t o west movement followed by c o l o n i s t s i n t h e i r s e t t l e m e n t of Texas i s c l e a r l y v i s i b l e i n t h e i r l o c a t i o n . " Another s e c t i o n l i s t s by founding d a t e a l l t h e "Texas Family
Land H e r i t a g e Honorees" through t h e year of p u b l i c a t i o n (1975).
But only t h e p r e s e n t - d a y owners a r e indexed i n each R e g i s t r y ,
s o we have undertaken t o remedy t h a t d e f i c i e n c y by l i s t i n g t h e e a r l i e r
ones i n o u r Q u a r t e r l y , i n t h e i r r e s p e c t i v e c o u n t i e s . There a r e only
a couple o f pages p e r county, s o i t might be w e l l t o Xerox a l l o f t h e
county t h a t i n t e r e s t s you i n o r d e r t o l e a r n about your a n c e s t o r ' s
n e i g h b o r s . The Genealogy C o l l e c t i o n o f Texas S t a t e L i b r a r y has a
complete s e t o f t h e s e books.
Maiden names h e r e i n a r e i n p a r e n t h e s e s when d e t e r m i n a b l e ( o r
t h r e e d o t s i f n o t ) ; nicknames a r e i n q u o t a t i o n marks, and e d i t o r i a l
s u g g e s t i o n s a r e i n b r a c k e t s . The a b b r e v i a t i o n ' ' p i c " means p i c t u r e .
T E X A S
F A M I L Y
L A N D
H E R I T A G E
c
*
R E G I S T R Y
ANGELINA COUNTY
Dearmond, Fannie
Johnson, Arzy
Matthews, B e t t y ( . . . ) - John C . - John K . [ p i c p . 8 2 1 - Nancy ( . . . )
Squyres, A l l e n - James Henry - J e s s e S t e r l i n g
Vincent, E v e l i n e
1
AUSTIN COUNTY
Miles W. - Susan
A l l e n , James W . - Martin Find, Phillipina
Fordtran, Charles
Habermacher , Casper - P e t e r
He i n s ohn W i1he lmina
Knolle, E r n s t
Mikeska, John - Rosa ( . . . )
P f e f f e r , Dorothea ( . ) - Edward
Johann C h r i s t i a n
Y
-
E r n e s t i n e Sophia ( . . ) - H e i n r i c h a
36
A u s t i n TX
V o l . XXV No. 2
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
Schmid, E m i l i e ( W i t t i e ? ) - John
Schramm, B a r b a r a ( . . ) - F r a n z - Herman A .
Schweke, A r t h u r E . - D i e t r i c k - W i l l i a m
S t r e b , Helena ( P f e f f e r ) - John
Teuf e l , Amanda
U h r i k , Ed - F r a n c i s c a ( M i k e s k a ) - J o h n
W i t t i e , Charles - Ernst, D r . - L i z e t t e ( . , * )
I
BASTROP COUNTY
4
Black, Joseph
Dunk, Henry W . - J o h n
F r a n k l i n , James [ f o r m e r s l a v e - 501
Haywood, B e n j a m i n [former s l a v e y i z Eannah
Higgins, J a c o b C . - Samuel - Samuel J . C .
H i l l , John W .
L e n t z , Amanda - E l i z a ( . . . ) - J a c o b G . - O.B.
Mueller, Constance - W i l l i a m
R o t h e r , August
Watterson, Charles Coffin
W o l f e n b e r g e r , Samuel
r
9
- Sarah
BEE COUNTY
Fox, Michael
H e f f e r m a n [Heffernan?], James
J o n e s A . C . "Dick" - A l l e n C a r t e r , Capt.
0 ' D o c h a r t y , George
O'Neill, W i l l i a m
.
.B.
-u
BELL COUNTY
Caddell, John C
Davila, Miguel
H a r d i n , J o h n W e s l e y - Mary Ann - Mary M . , Mrs.
L a n c a s t e r , Mary C a r o l i n e
M i t c h e l l , Mary N e l l
Moon, I m a J e a n
Moreno, Maximo
S t a f f o r d , J a s p e r Newton "Jap" - LOU ( * . ) - R o b e r t F .
W h i t t i n g t o n , Benjamin E l b e r t - C a t h e r i n e - James Putman
Wofford, Henry H. - James - J o h n H a m i l t o n - Mary Ann ( H a r d i n ) Richard
BEXAR COUNTY
C o r d e r o [y B u s t a m a n t e , Manuel A n t o n i o ] , Governor
Cortinas, M a r i a Josepha
H e r n a n d e z , Maria C l e m e n c i a
K r a u s e , A.F. - C.F. - E l i z a b e t h ( . . . ) - H e n r i e t t a
L i n n , C a s i m i r a d e l a C o n c e-p c i o n - J a c o b
Mergele, Charles - Emil - Louis - Matilda ( . . . ) - Tekla ( . . . )
Peres, Jose Ignacio
37
V o l . XXV No. 2
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
A u s t i n TX
T o r i b a , Maria J o s e p h a de J e s u s A n a s t a c i a ( P e r e s )
Walsh, Frank T .
BOSQUE COUNTY
Anderson, A . D . - A . E . - A l l e n S . - F l o r a - Mary
A r c h i b a l d , C a t h e r i n e (Anderson) - Thomas W o.
Hanson, C a r r i e
Hoel, C h r i s t o f f e r M . - C l a r i c e ( o e n ) - M a r t i n - P a u l i n e
Homerstad, E l l e n ( R i n g n e s s ) - John
J e n s o n , J . S , - Olena B e r t h a - O l i v i e ( . . . )
Kemp,Joseph A .
Nygaard, G . O .
Oswald, Annie ( A r c h i b a l d ) - M a r t i n J .
R i e r s o n , Karolene ( R i n g n e s s )
Ringness, C a r r i e (Dgessing) - J e n s - Ole
( n o * )
BRAZ O R I A COUNTY
Hoskins , Kate
Jamison, B e r t M i l t o n - I s a b e l l e " L i z z i e " - James - Mary (Webber) Sara Ann
P i e r c e , "Shanghai" [Abel Head]
Terry, B i l l
Tigner, J . H .
Towns, R . J .
W i l l i a m s , James Edward
BRAZOS COUNTY
Hudspeth, Robert
P r e s n a l , James
-
T.H.
BROWN COUNTY
B a r r o w , W.L.
Baugh, Fanny (Mosely) - L.P.
COX, M i t c h e l l M .
McInnis, Claude - John - Margaret L o u i s e (Smith)
BURNET COUNTY
J o n e s , Nancy F r a n c e s
K ~ o x , Henry M . - Joseph E .
Marcus, L o l a B e l l e
McFarlin, John Green - Rufus Houston
Powell, Minnie
Reese, G.K.
Simpson, W i l l i a m
S l a u g h t e r , George Webb - H i r a m R . - Lee - S a r a h ( o . . ) - W . R .
Smith, John Able
Stewart, B.H. - S a l l y
1
Y
- Wiliam
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
A u s t i n TX
V o l . XXV No. 2
CAISDWELL COUNTY
C a l l i h a n , W . Henry
E l l i s , E l i z a b e t h (Reed)
E l l i s o n , James F . - J o n a t h a n - Margaret - Mary
Navarro, J o s e Antonio
Pettus, W i l l i a m
Reed, E l i z a b e t h - Major A .
T a b o r , Mary ( E l l i s o n ) - Mary A l i c e
- Thomas
4
.
CASS COUNTY
A l l e n , G . H . - H . Lane - Lena
Currey, A.D. - Carolina (...)
F i e l d s , Joseph
Hutchinson, W i l l i a m ,
Trammell, Sarah M I
- James - M . D . - P a l m o r e - P u l a s k i L.
CHAMBERS COUNTY
J a c k s o n , B e r t a N e l l ( . . . ) - Guy - Humphrey
J e n n y , Henry - J o h n Rudolph - Maggie ( . . . )
L u f f s inger , Barbara A n n
-
James
-
Sarah ( . . * )
CHEROKEE COUNTY
0
Acrey, S a r a h E l i z a b e t h
Barnes, I s a b e l l a
Blanton, Cynthia Evelyeen
Bowers, E l i z a b e t h
Boyd, B e t t y G e r t r u d e - James R o b e r t [ p i c p . 4-61 - W i l l i a m Thomas
CPiC P P * 7 1 9 1251
Cook, J o s e p h T I - L a u r a A . - P o l l y ( . . ) - Samuel Moore - S a r a h E .
( . . ) - Thomas S l o a n
Creager, S a r a
Durham, H e c t o r - W i l l i a m W a s h i n g t o n
F r a z e r , Isaac K . , D r . - Tom 1.
Germany, W i l l i e Oscar
G o v e r , Banks - Samuel - T o 1
Haralson, J e s s i e
Hogg, J o s e p h L., Gen.
Holcomb, J o h n Wesley - J o s e p h - Lee Oscar - M a r t h a A n n ( R o b i n s o n ) Z u l a Lee
Latham, A l b e r t - Enoch H. - W.L. o r W . J .
L i l e s , Malissa (Cunningham) - W i l l
Lowe, Jane
Mc C 1endon, J o e
McKinnon, Mary Jane
M i l l e r , J e s s i e A . [male]
Mora, J o s e Maria
Ogle, Mary
P a r k s , A b i a l C . - J o h n B . - R o x i e Ann - W i l l i a m
P e t r i c , M I A l i c e (Cook)
.
.
;o
0
0
39
,AGS Q uar t e r 1y
Vol. XXV No. 2
A u s t i n TX
Raeferd, Daisy - Nancy
Reagan, John H .
Richardson, James Reeves - John W i l l i a m
ROSS, John Overton
Selman, Martha Ann
Shattuck, Sarah Elizabeth
Smith, T o 1 Gover
Sowers , S a r a h
Spinks, Virginia
Thompson, Theny
Vick, Dora Emma
Wade, Annie E . (Woolfolk)
W a t t e r s , Ann C a t h e r i n e
Wood, George W .
Woolfolk, Annie - E l i z a b e t h - Mary A . ( M i l l e r ) - Mary A l i c e
Thomas James - W i l l i a m
h
.
-
Sallie
-
C O W I N COUNTY
Baccus, Henry - J o e - Rachel (Cook)
Bishop , J e n n i e
Canon, A l l a (Hubbard)
Clements, Georgia A n n
Coley, C h a r l o t t e
Cook, Henry - Lewis
C u l w e l l , Barbara Ann ( . . . ) - John W . - Mary F r a n c e s - W i l l i a m
Davis, R . A .
Dye, Emma (McKamy) - Thomas C .
E l l i o t t , John
Haggard, C l i n t o n S , - Walter
H a r r i s o n , Benjamin - W i l l i a m Henry
Hubbard, J e s s i e C a r t e r [male] - Richard B e n n e t t [Texas governor]
Kincaid, Sarah
Lewis, M a t t i e ( W e l l s )
Lunsford, Nannie Kate
McKamy, A l b e r t - C h a r l i e - E s t e r { . s e ) - John - Mary - W i l l i a m - W i l -
l i a m Cooper
McKnight , S a l l i e ( W e l l s )
Moore, A l i c e - F l o r e n c e - J e s s i e - J o s e p h - J u l i a - Lee Roy - L i l l i e Reuben - Robert E . - Winford
Newman, Eleanor E l i z a b e t h
Oliver , Bastion
R a t t a n , Ann - D o l l i e - Dow - Edna ( . . . ) - Hampton - James Dow - John
Hampton - Lee - L i l l i a n - Mary - Rebecca J a n e { . . o ) - Sue Evel y n - Thomas H .
Rice, Rosa
R o b e r t s , James T o - K a t h a r i n e ( * o )
Simpson, Annie
Throckmorton, James W
Wells,
*
- James M . - Wm. D . - Wm. H.L. [ p i c p . 1181 W i l l i a m‘McC1uf~ic
W.L.
p . 841
..
40
1
0
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
0
VOl.
XXVJo.
COLORADO COUNTY
A l l e y , Abraham - J o h n - Mary E l i z a b e t h - Nancy (
.)
Andr ews , J
Bauer , August
Brune, F l o r e n z A . - Hanne ( . . . ) - L o u i s H . - S o p h i a ( . . . )
D i t t m a r , A n t o n i e ( . . . ) - H.F. - Marie ( . . . ) - Max H .
Dunlavy, J o h n
Fehrenkamp, George - J o h n G . - Wilhelmina ( . . . )
H a s t a d t , Emma ( . o m -) J o h n - R o s i n a (...I
Kaufmann, P h i l l i p
K i c k l e r , F r i e d r i c k [ p i c p . 371 - Helena ( . . o ) - Henry - I d a ( . . . )
Mela ( . . )
T e n n i l l e , A.S.
Wright, T . C . - W i l l i a m J a y
Zimmerscheidt, F.A.
.
4
i
A u s t i n TX
2
I
.
COMAL COUNTY
Fuhrmann, Mina - V a l e n t i n e
Henk, B r u n o - Wilhelm
H i t z f e l d e r , Herman
Knibbe, C h a r l e s [ i c p . 1111
Kopplin, C a r l F . f p i c p . 831
P f u e f f e r , George
Uecker, Carl - H e i n r i c h
Vogel, Herman
- H . H . D i e d r i c h - Herman
- F r e d e r i c k [ p i c p . 1281
COMANCHE COUNTY
Sumner, W.D.
CORYELL COUNTY
PI
B
Adriance, John
Beardsley, J e s s e
B e r t r a n d , J o h n Raney - Mary F r a n c i s { * . I ) - Rabb A .
Bradford, Josephine
Cook, M i l d r e d C .
Doherty, J o h n F . F .
Dyer, Dink - Martha ( A l f o r d ) - M a r t i n Vanuran [Van Buren?]
F o o t e , Adrian [ p i c p . 501 - F r e d e r i c k - Henry - Mary C . ( B e a r d s l e y )
F r a n k s , S u s a n Rachel
Hampton, R i l e y Green
Logan, Greenbury
Maxwell, E l i z a b e t h J.
Moore, E l i z a b e t h A . ( B e a r d s l e y )
i
P a t t e r s o n , J . C . ( J o e ) - J a n e (Whitaker) - John
R u s s e l l , Dave H . - David Wood - O l l i e V i c t o r i a ( . . . ) - Zelpha (...I
S c o t t , F r a n c i s Marion [ p i c p . 1281
T a y l o r , E l i z a b e t h 0.
W a l l a c e , Lucy M .
Williamson, J u l i a A n n
Young, Mary A .
41
,AGS Q uar t e r ly
A u s t i n TX
V o l . XXV No. 2
DALLAS COUNTY
Beaty, J u l i a Savannah
C u r t i s , Perle
Dakan, B e r t h a
Fletcher, E l i z a
F l o r e n c e , David Walker - Emet - John Hicks
Galloway, Bedford F o r e s t - Benjamin F r a n k l i n [ p i c p .
Lawerence, Nannie
M i l l e r , Amanda J a n e
511 -
Nathan Lemmon
b
.
DENTON COUNTY
Cauthen, Mary J a n e
F o r e s t e r , A i l s e y - Bess ( . . ) - Ed - Lock - W i l l i a m S .
Gann, George Washington - N o r a Minnie - W i l l i a m
G a r r i s o n , Ada
Knight, J o s e p h
S p i n k s , Ruby ( , ) - V i r g i n i a Lee ( K n i g h t ) - W O E . - W a l t e r Ray
..
DeWITT COUNTY
Alexander, Blake
B a r t o n , Kimber W .
B e l l , James Madison
B l a c k w e l l , A l m a ( . a n ) - Claude N . - C l a y t o n , D r * . - Edwin - J e a n n e t t e
( . . ) - M i t c h i e (Coppedge) - R e i f f e r t Forbes - W.A.
B r a n d t , C a r o l i n e ( . . . ) [ p i c p . 441 - George F . - L.H. - Louis Henry
Brooks, George W .
Coppedge, Mary Susannah ( S t e v e n s ) - O l i v e r DeWitt, Dr.
C r a w f o r d , Annie (
) - C h a r l e s Lemon - James A . - Mary J a n e (
) Rachel (
. ) - Thomas Edward
Duff, James
F u l c h e r [Fulshear], C h u r c h i l l
Hamilton, C a r o l i n e - John - John R . - M a r i q G .
Hartman, C h r i s t i a n - Edwin - F r e d - Marie ( . . )
H a u n , Adolph - W i l l i a m
Horton, A . C .
Lane, E l i z a ( N i c h o l s ) - Samuel Winston 11
Lewis, Ned
Mason, L,M.
McCoy, John J r .
MOSS, E l i h u
Nagel, Edwin H . - P e a r l ( S c h a e f e r )
N i c h o l s , Lazarus - Margaret
P e e b l e s , David Earl - John 0 . - K a t h e r i n e - R o b e r t , D r . - Warrene t t a ( . .)
Pieper, Catharine
- Erna ( . . . > - Herman L e b r e c h t - Johann D i e d r i c h
Rabke, C o r r i n e - F r i t z W . - L o r n e t t e - L o t t i e
- Marvin
Risling, Marietta
Sager, C.A.
S c h a e f e r , Amalia - Annie (
- C h a r l e s A . - C h a r l e s L . / C a r l - Edwin C . - Olga ( .
.
I
.
I
( e e o )
.>
I
)
42
I
1
t’
V o l . XXV No. 2
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
A u s t i n TX
..
Schorlemer, Auguste/ta ( , ) - Johann - L o t t i e - Wilhelm/William C a r l Wilhelm H e i n r i c h
Smith, C a r o l i n e ( H a m i l t o n ) - C h a r l e s Goodrich - Rufus
Soehnge, C o r r i n e (Rabke)
S t a p p , D.M.
S t e v e n s , E l i s h a - Joseph - S a r a h Ann ( . . . >
T e r r y , Mary ( . . . ) - Peyton - S a r a h - Weldon
Von Roeder, O t t o
York, James [John], C a p t a i n - M a r i e
ELLIS COUNTY
Davis, James I . - J o e l S .
J o h n s t o n , Anna
Lewis, Emma J a n e ( D a v i s ) - J i m I .
McBrayer, J o s e p h i n e E v a l i n e
P a t t o n , James E . - K i z i a h C . - Mary J . ( .
R o c k e t t , Harmon Asberry - Hermon J a c k s o n - John - John C a l v i n Rosa C a t h e r i n e - S a r a Ann - W i l l i a m Columbus [ p i c p . 1351
Thomas, J a n i e F r a n c e s
Todd, J . P .
Wilson, Helen C . ( . . . ) - J . O . - R . O . - U r s u l a
I
.
)
ERATH COUNTY
Blythe, Sion
Keahey, E l i j a h - Frank - Margaret Ophelia ( . * I )
Salmons, John, Capt.
S t e p h e n , .James - John - W.F.
FALLS COUNTY
J a c k s o n , E l e a n o r ( . . .-I Joseph
Waits, Joseph J .
Whatley, C . A . - C a l v i n J r . - W . T .
FANNIN COUNTY
B e l i n , J o s e p h i n e A . (Ferguson)
Ferguson, J a s p e r Newton - Mary Ann ( .
F o g l e , Ben - F a n n i e (Blakey) - Henry - Mary A n n (McCoy) - T i m W i l l i a m Henry
H u t c h i n s , I d a ( . . . > - J o h n n i e C . - Lewis
J o n e s , E l i z a b e t h J . (May)
Lloyd, R.L.
May, Amanda J a n e (...I
- John M . - Joshua - Joshua B .
McCoy, James
McPhail, Debora ( . . . ) - E l i z a b e t h J a n e - Robert
Webb, J e s s i e ( B e l i n )
I
FAYETTE COUNTY
Ahlhorn, Minnie (Weyand),
Awich, Laura
43
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
Vol. XXV No. 2
A u s t i n TX
B e r r y , Thomas 0 .
B i e g e l , Joseph
B i r k e l b a c h , Hulda
Darby, James A . - Meddie - P ricilla ( o o o )
Darnaby, Lucy Ann
December , Joseph
Dickmann, H e i r r i c h - Henry
D i p p e l , Sophie (Weyand)
DOSS, Richard A .
F o e r s t e r , Anna
Gruesen, P e t e r
Gruss, W i l l i a m
Hausmann, B e r t h a { o e a ) - Frank - Franz - L o u i s - Magdalene ( . . . )
H e n s e l , Anna Rosine (
) - Carl - P a u l i n e ( a ) - Samuel
H e r b r i g , Benjamin - C h r i s t i a n a
- E r n s t - Johanna 0 Marie
Hinze, Mina
Holman, W i l l i a m W .
Jochen, E l l a - G o t t l i e b - Gustav - Henry
Jones, S i l a s
Kaase, John
Keys, Henry
Koenig, Dorothea
Kzaus, Adolph - Fred J r . - F r e d W. - O t t o
Kunze, E r n s t - John - Marie ( H e r b r i g )
Laux, Margaretha - P e t e r
Lewis, F .
Luck, B e r t h a ( . o . )
- C h a r l e s - John P h i l l i p - L o u i s - W i l l i a m
Marburger, J u s t i n e (Weyand)
Moore, James W .
Munke, C h r i s t i a n - Herman
Neese, L o u i s e (Weyand) - W i l l i a m
P a i n , John
P h i l i p s , John Thompson
Scheidler, Elizabeth
S c h i l l e r Gertrudis
S c h u e t z e , A l b e r t - Laverne
S c h u l z e , Ella - Helene ( . o o ) - Hermann [ p i c p p . 50 & 521 - J . F . Augu s t - Maria Dorothea ( . . . )
Shaw, John
S t o e v e r , Mary
Theis, P h i l l i p i n a
Townsend9 John
U l l r i c h , Alwine
Voight, Henrietta
Wade, W i l l i a m
Weyand, Alfred - Henry - John - e e o (Menn) - William
Wood, M o n t r o v i l l e
Zapp, C h r i s t i n e (Weyand)
0
-0
n
‘.i
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
VOl.
XXVrJo. 2
A u s t i n TX
FRANKLIN COUNTY
E n g l i s h , Campbell
Gregg, J a c o b
Jones, H i r a m
Long, Dan - James - Laura ( . ) - Mary (
) - Parke C u r t i s - S i l a s
McDonald
P e r r i n , A l i c e - B e t t y ( . . . ) - C a l l i e - Clemmie Lee - C u r t - Floyd E .
James Madison, D r . - J o e B . - Lucy - Mary ( . . . ) - Ramond - Sus a n A . - Temperance ( . . ) - Thomas E . W i l l i a m - V i c t o r i a - W i l l i a m Joseph - W i l l i e - W i r t
Templeton, J o e
..
..
I
.
FREESTONE COUNTY
Coleman, A n c i l - F.A. - J , A . - J O B .
F r y e r , F a n n i e (Huckaby) - John F . - S i d
Glazener , W i l l i a m Lee
Huckaby , John F u l l e r
Mobley, J . R . - Kate - Raymond
N e s b i t t , G.W.
O'Neal, J u l i a Roxanne - Raymond - Susan ( . . . ) - W i l l i a m
S t e w a r d , C . B . - George Washington - J e r r y T .
-
Wm. R i l e y
GILLESPIE COUNTY
E c k h a r d t , Henrich
Henke, Alfred - W i l l i a m
H i l k e r , Gretchen
L m g J Maria B a t h
Lochte, F r e d e r i c k - F r i t z - Max
Manchaca, J o s e Antonio
Twohig, John
Weinheimer, John - Lina (...I
- Otto
GOLIAD COUNTY
.
E l k i n s , John Henry - Samuel W . - Susan ( .
)
HOradam, G .
P o s t , A l b e r t - E l b e r t - Leona ( S c h r o e d e r ) - Leora
I
GONZALES COUNTY
Box, Annie
Braches, C h a r l e s [Book s a y s " O r i g i n Unknown" b u t Handbook o f Texas
g i v e s e x a c t b i r t h p l a c e i n P r u s s i a and d a t e . He had t a u g h t i n
M i s s i s s i p p i 6 y e a r s b e f o r e coming t o Texas i n 1840.1 - Mary
Bunting, Mary J a n e
Burnett , Fannie
Clements, S a r a h L . ( R u s s e l l )
Cox, Calvin N . - F a n n i e ( S h u l e r )
C r o z i e r , Frank E l i - James A . - Martha ( . . . ) - Verne A l l e n
Denman, O l i v i a - Robert M . - Seaborn J .
-
Vol. XXV No. 2
,AGS Q u a r t e r l y
A u s t i n TX
De P o y s t e r , Martha
. .
Duran; L i n n i e L o u i s e
2T
i
-+"F
F l y n t , Lucy A n n
Freeman, Benjamin F r a n k l i n - Needham
Gay, J o s e p h i n e B .
Goodwin, C . P .
G u n n , John Henry [ p i c p . 491 - Lena - O l l i e ( . ) - P e a r l ( a o ) Taylor
Hamon, A . O . - John
H i n t o n , Benjamin - Constance ( . . . ) - R o b e r t u s R .
Hodges, E d i t h
- James - James J a c k s o n - James Ware - Martha ( . . . )
Victoria
Goodwin]
Jones, H.X, [ s i s t e r m.
Key, L i n n i e L o u i s e ( V e r n o r ) - Norman H e
L a u r a i n e p H a l l i e (Cox) - Loye J e PD r .
McClure, B [ a r t ] D .
M i l l e r , Nancy
Nelson, Mary Emma
Osborne, Lula Rae (Peacock)
Peacock, Columbus - M o l l i e (Gunn)
Plowman, I d a (
) - Sarah (
n )
- Thomas Alexander - Thomas R .
Robinson, Edna ( a . ) - S , T o - Susan (
)
Russell, Sarah L i t t l e f i e l d - W i l l i a m C o
Salinas , Jose
S h u l e r , H a r r i e t J a n e ( S t e p h e n s ) - Hayne E .
S o r e l l , C e c i l Clyde - Thomas H u l e t t - W i l l i a m Walker
S t e p h e n s , E l i - John Henry - Susan ( a o )
S t e w a r t , Abbie
T a l l e y , Minnie A l m i r a
T a y l o r , S a l l i e Ann
Vernor, P a u l i n a ( a ) - Robert J.
W r i g h t , Adeline E n
211
1
I
I
I
GRAYS ON COUNTY
Alexander , 0 G o
Amos, Ben - B e r t i e Dolle/Delle - L i l l i e B .
B a r n e t t , Alexander
.)
B r a d l e y , Absolem - Addie - Susan (
C l a y t o n , Mary L .
Cofer, H a r r i e t t Amanda
Coffey, Blanche
Cook, N.F.
Decker, M i l l i e (Hendricks)
Dumas, Susan M a t i l d a
Dunning, C y n t h i a A . ( , , . ) - E l l a - Wiley M .
F i e l d s , Green - Michael
F u l t o n , C h a r l e s Thomas
Hendricks, J a c k s o n E l v i s
H o l l i n g s w o r t h , Alda - F r o n a (eon) - J O N . [ p i c p a
M i l l i c e n t Ann - Robert E . - W i l l i a m J a s p e r
46
581 - M a t t i e
( a a o )
-
9
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
0
Vol. XXVJo.
2
A u s t i n TX
J e r n i g a n , Andrew J a c k s o n [ p i c p . 1331 - A u s t i n Wallace - J a c k James - S t e w a r t
J o n e s , Addie ( B r a d l e ) - Amy Dee - E.F. - Enoch M . - Madison - Sam
Kimbrough, Emma ( .
- George W . - J o e
M a r t i n , Helen ( H e n d r i c k s )
Miller, Elsie
Roan, Glenn Amos - W . C .
S h a n k l e s , James
Shaw, B.F. - E l i j a h - F r a n c i s - L e f i t i a [ L e t i t i a ? ] ( T a y l o r ) - N . B . Nero - Susan (
.)
Skaggs, C . H . "Charley" - James - Moses David
Smith, D e l l e ( R o a n )
S t e p h e n s , C . E . J r . - C h a r l e s Edwin - E l s i e l a e - Harry - Lenore Louise - Onia A n n (Hendricks) - Vernon
S t e w a r t , Laura
Thomas, C h r i s t o p h e r Wayne - Hardy - Owen - S a l l i e
Young , C a t h e r i n e
. .3
I
-
..
GREGG COUNTY
Goforth, George Washington - H e r b e r t - I l l a Mae - Ruben
Martin, E l i z a b e t h
Thompson, B.F. Wheelock, George W .
0
GRIMES COUNTY
Brown, Alexander - Geor e Washington, Dr. - J e s s e L . - L o u i s a
( S c o t t ) [ p i c p . 443 - W a l t e r S c o t t
H i l l , Obedience
GUADALUPE COUNTY
b
G
0
A c h t e r b e r g , Antonie (Gelven) [ p i c p a 811 - Edgar - W i l l i a m H . G .
Baker, E l i z a b e t h ( . . . ) - Hannah ( , . . ) - James M i l t o n , E l d e r - W i l l i a m - W i l l i a m B.
Burns, J i m
Cothran, K a t i e
Davis, J . K .
DeWitt , Green
E l l i s o n , Martha
Faust, Christine
Gelven, Adolph [ p i c p . 811 - Antonie - Auguste - C l a r a - Olga
G o r t a r i o , Vincente
Highsmith, Samuel
J o n e s , James A u s t i n - James S t y l e s - James Wales - L e s t e r Lee
Lay, Arnold W i l s o n - M y r t l e O l i v i a - P e a r l - Robert W i l s o n
McKean, John - W i l l i a m - W i l l i a m Clunn
M i l l e r , John R .
M o r r i s , Mary
P e t t u s , Edward
Pittman, B e t t i e
Stansell, J.F.
47
.AGS Q u a r t e r ly
V o l . XXV No.
Styles, Hettie L e t i t i a
U s s e r y , Abner M . - Mastin
Waller, Edward P e t t u s - Maurice
-
A u s t i n TX
2
Robertson
HAMILT ON COUNTY
A l f o r d ”Ma” - “ P a ”
Beauchamp, Mary E .
B i l l i n g s l e y , Henry J e f f e r s o n ” J a c k ” - James N o - James N a t h a n - Leona ( J o n e s ) - P a u l J .
C a r t e r , C a l d o n i a - James A .
K i r b y , Jerome
McBeth, S u e
S e g r i s t , B r u n e r - L a u r a - Mamie - Martha ( a ) [ p i c p . 531 - Olin O l l i e - Ruben B .
Snellings, H i l l , Dr.
I
HARRIS COUNTY
R i c h e y , Calvin S t r a c k , E . F . - E$?’-
May ( R i c h e y ) [ p i c p a 5 2 1
HAYS COUNTY
Rogers, Joseph B.
-
Martin 0 .
HECNDERS ON COUNTY
Anding, Bud - David A . - Mary ( v . ) - W . R .
F o r e s t e r , George - J e s s e M .
G a u n t t , D e w i t t - J o h n W a s h i n g t o n - Luke
Morton, J . H . - J o e l
S c o t t , Daniel - F r a n k - T i l l f o r d - T r a v i s
HILL COUNTY
Estes, Fannie
Graham, A l l e n M e - A l t a ( . . . > - George W ,
A . - W i l l i a m J.
Lee, H i r a m - L i l b u r n K. - Lucie - Palmira
M e l t o n , L u c i e ( L e e ) - M y r a Lee
M i l l e r , J o h n Thomas
Moore, Myra Lee ( M e l t o n )
Onstatt, David
Richey, W i l l i a m
W r i g h t , J o h n L . - P r u d e n c e - Samuel
-
Sarah (...)
HOOD COUNTY
F o s t e r , Ina {
.) - Louisa (
Millington, Ira - Susan
.)
- R o b e r t Thomas
HOPKINS COUNTY
Bridges, Jack
48
- William
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
C l i c k , C a l v i n - Emily - H . C . - Harve
Rufus - S a r a h ( . . )
Comer, Elizabeth
C r i s p , J e f f Davis - Mack Nese - Mary
C ons t a n c e
Davis, James H I - W.H. - Wilbur
Dickerson, Laura
Gamblin, Aurora
G i l l i s , A u r a K . - E i r c h i e - Dudley Stanley
Guinn, Mary E.
H a r r i s , Lucretia
Hatley, Elizabeth
Hurley, Ann - B i l l - E s t e r - Green L i z z i e - Tom
James, J e s s e
J o r d a n , Addie
L i n d l e y , James R i l e y - John
Mahaffey, O l l i e [female]
McCrorrey, Nancy
McFall, Mary E l i z a b e t h
Record, N e l l i e
Rountree, Emily
R u s s e l l , J u a n i t a (Weaver)
Weaver, Green, Rev. [home p i c p . 831
W i n t e r s , Lannie
.
f
-
- John Rufus - Martha - Nancy Ellen (...)
-"
-
Redden
-
Sarah
Henry A . - Lota May - N e l l -
James H . - J i m - J o s i a h
-
-
Lee -
Joseph W a r m
HOUSTON COUNTY
Bowdoin, Martha A . - N e t t i e
Brown, B e l l e - C . Reuben - E l i z a - Frank - J i m - John - Johnny Lou - Minnie Ann - S a r a h ( P a r k e r ) - T e l i t h a V i r g i n i a - W i l l
Bynwn, G r i f f i n A . - J.J.
Cadenhead, Frank - James H a r r i s o n - James 'Ta
Dickey, Mary Lucy
Dodson, J . D . - Louisa J a n e
E n g l i s h , A . B . - Dora ( . . . ) - H . O . - H.W. - James " C o o t " - John Thomas J o n a s D . - Lou (
. ) - Louisa - W . R .
H i l l , Francis
Johnston, E t t i e
Murchison, I z a b e l l a C a r o l i n a
Owens, T e l i t h a V i r g i n i a (Brown) - W . C .
P a r k e r , D a n i e l , E l d e r - Mary - S a r a h
P l a t t , Adaline
S i d e s , Zelphy
S m i t h , Frank A l b e r t - I d a ( .
S t e e d , Marcus D a n i e l - W i l l i a m George
Westerman, Grover - W.B.
..
6
A u s t i n TX
Vol. XXVNo. 2
. .>
JACKSON COUNTY
G o f f , Mrs. J . H . ( n e e Redman)
- Gottfread
Narohn, C a t h e r i n e
Redman, C h r i s t e r f e r - J a n e ( . . . )
49
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
V o l . XXV No. 2
A u s t i n TX
JEFFERS ON COUNTY
B u r r e l l , Alzena ( o o o ) - Aspasie
- C h a r l e s - David R o b e r t - E l e c t r a - E l s i e - E l v i a - F r a n k - George - J . J . - Lawrence - Lem o r a - Lenora - Maggie - Martha { o o . ) - Nancy ( e a > - S a r a h V e r d i e - W . G . - W i l l - W i l l i a m - Winfred
Mahon, J . L . - Verdie ( B u r r e l l )
Wingate, Dan - Doyle - Doplene - E s t e l l e - F l o r e n c e - G e r t r u d e J i m - Lawrence - L i l l i e Mae { . ) - Minnie Rose - Winfred
a
J I M WELLS COUNTY
Arnold, Mary ( M i l l e r )
Beynan, S a r a h
M i l l e r , E r n e s t E. - Jarvis E r n e s t - Richard C .
Wade, G e r t r u d e - John
-
Shannon E .
JOHNSON COUNTY
Graham, Sam, Col.
Myres, David R i t t e n h a u s
-
Mary
{ e o n )
-
M o r r i s Carlos
KARNES COUNTY
H y a t t , A.W.
- Alger Washington
-
B a r b a r a (one) - Mary F . ( . . . )
KAUFMAN COUNTY
Ayres, George W i l s o n - W i l l i a m E l i
M i m s , A l i c e Maude - A n n E , - C l i n t o n Howard - E l b e r t - J o s e p h Addison
( t o be continued)
100 y e a r s i n t h e same p l a c e sounds f a n t a s t i c
t o young Deo-Dle t o d a y
-:
THERE ARE MOVERS
AND
THERE ARE STAYERS
Vol. XXV No. 2
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
A u s t i n TX
THIS LANGUAGE WE'VE INHERITED
*
.
The p h r a s e "mother tongue" evokes a w a r m f e e l i n g of p a t r i o t i s m
and familial p r i d e i n m o s t of u s . Perhaps we g e t a l i t t l e exaspera t e d when a s p e l l i n g o r usage t r i p s us up--breaks t h e normal p a t t e r n
(if t h e r e i s a norm i n o u r p o l y g l o t h e r i t a g e ! ) , b u t we excuse i t as
we do t h e minor n a u g h t i n e s s e s of o u r c h i l d r e n . The i m p o r t a n t t h i n g
i s t h a t t h e y know r i g h t f r o m wrong; if we observe t h e b a s i c p r i n c i p l e s of E n g l i s h grammar, t h e n c o l l o q u i a l i s m s add a c c e p t a b l e s p i c e
t o o u r language.
But a s i m i l a r t e r m , "mother-in-law's tongue, immediately c a l l s
t o mind a carica-t;ure of a c r i t i c a l , s c o l d i n g busybody. The p l a n t s o
named i s s h a r p , s t a r k , and gloomy i n c o l o r . T h i s i s a gross i n j u s t i c e t o m o s t mothers-in-law.
What c a n we do t o improve t h i s image?
Perhaps we s h o u l d l e a r n and d i s s e m i n a t e t h e b o t a n i c a l name of t h a t
s a d l y maligned p l a n t .
'I
Which I n d e f i n i t e A r t i c l e w i t h H?
One day n o t l o n g ago I found myself p o n d e r i n g t h e s u b j e c t o f why
we have two i n d e f i n i t e a r t i c l e s ,
and an. [Musings of such e a r t h s h a k i n g importance c a n b e depended upon t o postpone humdrum, absol u t e l y e s s e n t i a l work f o r hours a t a t i m e . ]
The c o n c l u s i o n I r e a c h e d i s t h a t i t i s b a s i c a l l y a m a t t e r of
p r o n u n c i a t i o n : If you t r y t o sa "a ape" i t comes o u t "a yape'l-"a yegg, "a y i [eye],
"a yoke foak],
o r whatever.
T h e r e f o r e , when a word b e g i n s w i t h a vowel o r a s i l e n t h, we
have l e a r n e d t o p r e c e d e i t w i t h an: "an a p e " ; "an h o n e s t m i s t a k e . "
Some w o r d s , such as h i s t o r y , h o t e l , and humble, a p p a r e n t l y had s i l e n t h ' s a t one time b u t now have a s p i r a t e ones.
The p e o p l e i n England who were most p r o n e t o drop t h e i n i t i a l
h sound were t h e Cockneys, who " l i v e d w i t h i n t h e sound o f Bow b e l l s , "
[ S t . Mary-le-Bow Church i n E a s t End] a s e c t i o n o f London n o t famed
f o r i t s high l e v e l o f education.
S o when a p e r s o n w i t h a Ph.D. i n H i s t o r y terms himself "an h i s t o r i a n , " a s i l e n t chuckle is i n o r d e r .
H e r e ' s a n o t h e r b i t o f sound t r i v i a , b u t t h i s one I d i d n o t make
up--1 found it i n t h e d i c t i o n a r y : E l i s i o n ( c a r r y i n g f i n a l consonant
sound over t o t h e n e x t word i f it b e g i n s w i t h a vowel) i s c h a r a c t e r i s t i c o f F r e n c h , n o t E n g l i s h , we know. But t h e word "apron"
evolved f r o m t h e e r r o n e o u s t r a n s f e r of t h e a r t i c l e from "a napron"
t o "an a p r o n .
I'
'I
'I
Should We Add -1y o r - a l l y ?
M i s s p e l l e d words a r e s e e n i n p r i n t w i t h d e p l o r a b l y i n c r e a s i n g
f r e q u e n c y . Many such e r r o r s r e v e a l t h a t t h e w r i t e r does n o t p r o nounce a l l t h e s y l l a b l e s , s o - n a t u r a l l y [ n a t c h u r l y ] - he/she does
n o t w r i t e them a l l .
O u t s t a n d i n g examples o f t h i s o v e r s i g h t a r e " a c c i d e n t l y " and " i n c i d e n t l y . " The a p p l i c a b l e r u l e h e r e i s t h a t if a noun ( a c c i d e n t )
a d d s -a1 t o become a n a d j e c t i v e ( a c c i d e n t a l ) , i t must add a n o t h e r 1
-
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
V o l . XXV No. 2
A u s t i n TX
plus
t o become an a d v e r b . If you s k i p t h a t second s t a g e , you w i l l
s p e l l and pronounce t h e adverb wrong.
I n f o r m a t i o n a l l y , we w i l l l i s t some w o r d s t h a t f o l l o w t h i s p a t t e r n : abysmally, a l p h a b e t i c a l l y , b i b l i c a l l y , e v e n t u a l l y , l o g i c a l l y ,
personally, principally, scripturally, t e r r i t o r i a l l y , t o t a l l y .
On t h e o t h e r hand, t h e -a1 i s sometimes i n s e r t e d e r r o n e o u s l y ,
as i n p u b l i c [ a l ] l y and consequent[al]ly.
[Public and consequent a r e
a l r e a d y a d j e c t i v e s l ] BUT c o n s e q u e n t i a l l y i s c o r r e c t - - a s l i g h t d i f f e r e n c e i n meaningP
Although c h a r a c t e r i s t i c i s a n a d j e c t i v e , t h e r e i s a n e a r l y obs o l e t e form ending i n - a l ; hencep c h a r a c t e r i s t i c a l l y .
Derived f r o m t h e French g e n e a l o g i q u e , t h e a d j e c t i v a l f o r m of
t h e name o f o u r hobby ( b e it a r t , s c i e n c e , o r a v o c a t i o n ) i s permiss i b l y g e n e a l o g i c , b u t g e n e a l o g i c a l seems more euphonious, s o l e t us
use t h e - a l l y when we a r e GENEALOGICALLY SPEAKING:
T h a t Superfluous S
I wonder if i t i s unconscious g r e e d i n e s s f o r more t h a t m o t i v a t e s some people t o p u t am extraneous s on s i n g u l a r nouns. The o f f i c i a l day i s extended one h o u r and many people bemoan " D a y l i g h t
Savingg Time." Merchants reduce a p r i c e f o r one day and s t r i d e n t l y
proclaim t h a t t h e lucky p u r c h a s e r w i l l g e t "a g r e a t s a v i n g g . " One
i n d i g e s t i o n t a b l e t i s c a l l e d "a T u r n s p " a
e r i s 'la Luvs" [What
a comedown f o r t h e romantic Goddess of
, and s o On, ad i n f i n i t w n , ad nauseam.
You may w e l l a s k what p l a c e t h i s complaint has i n a g e n e a l o g i c a l p u b l i c a t i o n . Well, l i k e Dorothy P a r k e r ' s maid and t h e a l l i g a t o r s i n t h e b a t h t u b , I had hoped t h e s u b j e c t would n o t come up, t h a t
t h i s u n t u t o r e d t r e n d would n o t invade o u r f i e l d , b u t it seems t o b e
c r e e p i n g i n s I j u s t r e c e i v e d a l e t t e r which spoke of h i s "grandf a t h e r ' s o f f s p r i n g s . ''
The word o f f s p r i n g i s b o t h s i n g u l a r and plural--means c h i l d or
c h i l d r e n , a c c o r d i n g t o Webster's Unabridged D i c t i o n a r y . L e t u s
conspire together t o s t i f l e t h i s offsprings a t b i r t h :
EVERYBODY COME TO THE AGS WORKSHOP
AT THE EXCITING NEW LA MANSI~N HOTEL: MAIS
See l a s t page hereof f o r d e t a i l s o
OUI:
f
1
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
Vol. XXVJo.
2
A u s t i n TX
TEXAS VOLUNTEER UNITS I N THE M E X I C A N WAR 1846-48
Part 19
1 s t Regiment, Texas F o o t Riflemen
(Microcopy #278, R o l l #6, A-R, produced by N a t i o n a l Archives; r e a d a t
Texas S t a t e L i b r a r y , Genealogy C o l l e c t i o n )
E x p l a n a t o r y remarks ( h i s t o r y of t h e r e g i m e n t ) have been made i n
p r e v i o u s i s s u e s of AGS Q u a r t e r l y . T h i s i s t h e f i r s t time your e d i t o r has examined t h e f i l m , s i n c e t h e s e r v i c e r e c o r d s were h e r e t o f o r e
t r a n s c r i b e d by AGS member Podie Ligon.
It seems t h a t f o r m o s t s o l d i e r s , t h r e e d a t e s and p l a c e s were
r e c o r d e d : (1) t h e "Muster-in R o l l " ; ( 2 ) " J o i n e d for Duty and Enr o l l e d " ; and ( 3 ) t h e "Muster-out R o l l . " The d a t e of t h e second item
w a s p r i o r t o t h e Muster-in d a t e .
Very few had a n y t h i n g under "Remarks," and n e a r l y a l l were mus( I dropped t h e " n e a r . " ) F o r t
t e r e d o u t a t o r n e a r Camargo, Mexico.
P o l k w a s a t P o i n t I s a b e l , Texas.
The companies of t h i s r e g i m e n t were r e c r u i t e d by t h e i r r e s p e c t i v e c a p t a i n s i n t h e a r e a s shown, mustered i n on t h e d a t e s g i v e n ,
and were a s s i g n e d l e t t e r s a c c o r d i n g t o t h e f o l l o w i n g t a b l e :
0
CAPTAIN
co.
MUSTERED
RECRUITED FROM
Arnold, James R .
B e n n e t t , Joseph L .
F
B
15 June
13 June
Buchel, Augustus C .
Chessher , James
H o w a r d , Robert H a
H
G
D
28 May
14 June
MCClarty, John
McLean, Ephraim W .
Ostronder , Volney
Seefeld, Charles A.
Shivors, W i l l i a m R .
"Claiborne R i f l e s "
I
D
C
A
K
1July
28 May
28 May
3 May
4 July
S n e l l , M a r t i n K.
E
28 May
Nacogdoches; Galveston
C i n c i n n a t i (Walker C o ) ; Swartwout ( P o l k Co); Galveston
I n d i a n P o i n t (Matagorda Bay)
J a s p e r ; Beaumont; Galveston
See McLean whom he succeeded
when McLean e l e c t e d I t . c o l .
Rusk Co; Galveston
Galveston
Houston; Galveston
Galveston
C l a i b o r n e C O , MS--came t o Texas
a t t h e i r own expense, disbanded
and v o l u n t e e r e d as Texans
Houston; Galveston
(1846)
53
NAME
RANK
COMPANY
of Capt a
MUSTER-IN
ROLL
MUSTER - 0 UT
ROLL
ENROLLED AT
- - - - - -
- _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
%
F u l c h e r , George
Pvt
Arnold
P t Isabel
Fulcher , Jesse
Pvt
B%ne t t
F t Polk
F u l k e r s o n , AbrahamH, P v t
Arnold
P t Isabel
Gahagan, C a r r o l M .
Pvt
Snell
P t Isabel
G a i n e s , Edmund P ,
Pvt
Bennett
P t Isabel
Gaines, James F .
Pvt
Arnold
P t Isabel
Gaines, John
Pvt
Ostronder P t I s a b e l
Gainer, Redding--cards f i l e d w i t h Gayner.
3 Cpl S h i v o r s
P t Isabel
G a r r e t t , James
Pvt
Ostronder P t I s a b e l
Garvin, E.K.
Gass, P e t e r
Pvt
Ostronder P t I s a b e l
Gayner , Redding
Pvt
McLean
P t Isabel
Gayze, J a s . - - c a r d s f i l e d w i t h Gaze.
Pvt
McLean
P t Isabel
Gaze, James
Gebhardt , Jacob
Pvt
Buchel
P t Isabel
Gellerman, Henry--cards f i l e d w i t h J e l l e r m a n .
G e m e l l , Eph. W.--cards f i l e d w i t h Gemmill.
G e m m i l l , Ephraim W. P v t
McLean
P t Isabel
Gentry, Wm. H .
Pvt
Ostronder P t I s a b e l
("Discharged f o r i n a b i l i t y J u l y 26/46")
Pvt
Bennett
F t Polk
Georgep Andrew L.
Gibson, P e t e r
Pvt
Ostronder P t I s a b e l
(Appointed m u s i c i a n 30 J l y 1846)
G i e r l i c h , Joseph
Pvt
Snell
P t Isabel
G i l l e s p i e , James F . P v t
Chessher
P t Isabel
Glover W i l l i a m
Pvt
Snell
P t Isabel
( " D e s e r t e d a t Matamoros")
Godyuin, E m i l
Pvt
Seefeld
Goerecki, Henry--cards f i l e d w i t h Goericke, Henry.
Goericke Henry
Pvt
Buchel
P t Isabel
("Died i n h b s p i t a l a t P t . I s a b e l , June -, 1846,
P t Isabel
1 S g t Shivors
Goff, Matthew W .
Shivors
P t Isabel
Pvt
G o f f , Moses S o
P t Isabel
Pvt
Buchel
Gompel , F r e d e r i c k
P t Isabel
4 Cpl S h i v o r s
Goodail, Samuel
P t Isabel
2 S g t Bennett
Goodman, George C .
Arnold
P t Isabel
Pvt
Goodman, John F a
Arnold
P t Isabel
Pvt
Goodwin, Joseph C .
Camargop Mexico
Nac ogd oc hes
C i n c i n n a t i (TX)
Nac ogdoches
Galveston
Cincinnati
Nac ogdoches
Houston
II
II
["all unless
designated]
G a l v e st o n
Houston
Galveston
Ga l v e s t on
Galveston
Indian Point
Galves t on
Houston
Galveston
B earn o n t
Houston
Beaumont
P t Isabel
(Aug 4/46 F t P o l k )
Indian Point
Due t o [ i l l e g i b l e ] " )
Galveston
Galves t o n
Indian Point
Galve st on
Cincinnati
Nacogdoches
Nacogdoches
I
4
"1
b-l
Y
.
Goodwin, W i l l i a m - - c a r d s f i l e d w i t h Goodwyn.
Rusk Co
Pvt
McClarty
F t Polk
Goodwyn, W i l l i a m
Houston
Gordon, J . L .
2 Lt
Ostronder P t I s a b e l
( a l s o G.L. & I . L . on c a r d s )
Galveston
Shivors
P t Isabel
Pvt
Gordon, W i l l i a m H .
Houston
P t Isabel
2 Sgt Snell
Gorman, P a t r i c k
Nac ogdoc h e s
Arnold
P t Isabel
2 Lt
Graham, A . C . /
Archdm C o
Nac ogdoches
Arnold
P t Isabel
G o t c h e r , Henry P o
1Lt
Gotthard, Gustavus--cards f i l e d w i t h G o t t h a r d t .
Indian Point
Buchel
P t Isabel
G o t t h a r d t , Gustavus P v t
Indian Point
Buchel
P t Isabel
G r a e f e n h a i m , Wm. B . S g t P v t " T r a n s f e r r e d t o C a-p t . T e i f e l d c ? ] C o . , June 9 , 1846"
Grafenhaun, W i l l i a m P v t
Seefeld
4 Aug 1846 a t
(One c a r d s a y s " o r W i l l i a m B u r k h a r t " - - a s u b s t i t u t e ? )
F t P o l k TX
Graham, J u l i u s
Pvt
McLean
P t Isabel
Ga l v e s t o n
Granger, Benjamin
Pvt
McLeanP t Isabel
Galveston
Howard
Galveston
McLeanP t Isabel
Greenleaf, D e w i t t C. P v t
Howard
Grigsby, Ira
2 C p l McClarty
F t Polk
Rusk Co
2 Lt
Chessher
P t Isabel
Jasper
Grigsby, W i l l i a m
Pvt
Bennett
F t Polk
Cincinnati
Grooms, Isaac
Grooms, Lewis
Pvt
Bennett
F t Polk
Cincinnati
( " A r t i c l e s r e c d from U S : s c r e w d r i v e r l o s t a t work.!)
Indian Point
H a b e n i c h t , Henry
Pvt
Buchel
P t Isabel
or Habenitht
( " D i e d i n G I h o s p i t a l a t P t I s a b e l J u n e 30, 1 8 4 6 " )
Haden, Levy L .
Pvt
McClarty
F t Polk
Rusk Co
Hagood, W i l l i a m A .
Pvt
Arnold
P t Isabel
Nacogdoches
H a l l , George W .
Pvt
S h i vo r s
P t Isabel
Galveston
H a l l , Henry H .
2 Lt
Shivors
P t Isabel
Galveston
H a l l , J a c k s o n L.
Pvt
Arnold
2 4 Aug 1846
( T r a n s f e r r e d from Capt. S p a r k s ' Company 2nd Regt Texas Riflemen b y o r d e r o f
Major General T a y l o r J u l y 14, 1846)
H a n d l i n , Samuel
Pvt
Shivors
P t Isabel
Galveston
3 S g t Ostronder P t I s a b e l
Houston
H a r p e r , George W
P t Isabel
Galve s t on
Shivors
H a r r i n g t o n , James B . P v t
Seefeld
F t Polk
Harrison, W i l l i a m P. P v t
( " D e s e r t e d June 4 , 1846 -- p l a c e n o t shown")
H a r t , James
Pvt
Arnold
P t Isabel
Nac ogd oc h e s
H a r t , R i c h a r d W.--cards f i l e d w i t h H e a r t , R i c h a r d A . o r W .
I
NAME
- -
RANK
- -
MUSTER-IN
R CLL
ENROLLED AT
MUSTER -OUT
R CLL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
P t Isabel
Nacogdoches
Camargo, Mex.
Arnold
P t Isabel
Ga l v e s t o n
McLean
( e l e c t e d 20 J u n e . On 30 June l e f t on 20-day f u r l o u g h . )
P t Isabel
Indian P o i n t
H a r t m a n n , Clemenz
Buchel
Haskins, Thomas B .
McLeanP t Isabel
Galveston
Howard ( w a s p v t 16 May - 8 J u l y )
Co. A:
Galveston 7 J l y 1846--no o t h e r c a r d
H a s s r o t h , H.
(Detachment o f Foot Riflemen became Company A )
Hayden, Levi L o - - c a r d s f i l e d w i t h Haden.
Hayes/Hays, Dennis B e P v t McLean
P t Isabel
Galveston
Hays, E .
Pvt
"DetP F t . Riflemen" l a t e r Co. A , 1st R g t . TX Foot Riflemen)
Galveston, 7 J u l y 1846
Hays , James
Pvt
Chessher
P t Isabel
Beaumont
Hays, John
2 Lt
Bennett
F t Polk
Cincinnati
Hays , Theophilus
Pvt
Chessher
P t Isabel
Beaumont
Pvt
Ostronder P t I s a b e l
Houston
H e a r t , Richard A .
(Richard W e H a r t , P v t , Co C on Muster-out roll a t Camargo)
Pvt
Buchel
P t Isabel
Indian P o i n t
Heberer, George
Heinberger, F r a n c i s P v t
Seefeld
Galveston
F t Polk, 4 Aug
Pvt
Seefeld
Galveston [ i n d e c i p h e r a b l e n o t e ]
Heincke, --Co A
Pvt
Galveston [probably
same as above]
Heini----Henderson, A o E .
2 S g t Ostronder P t I s a b e l
Houston
F t Polk 4 Aug
Henrick, Franz
Pvt
Co A [Seefeld]
Henry, Thomas
Pvt
Snell
P t Isabel
Houston
Hensley, G a r n e t t M . P v t
Bennett
F t Polk
Cincinnati
camargo
Herman, Adolphe
Sgt
Buchel
P t Isabel
Indian P o i n t
F t Polk
co A
Herzog, Johannes
Pvt
Hettich, Albert P .
Pvt
Arnold
P t Isabel
Nac ogdoches
Pvt
Buchel
P t Isabel
Indian P o i n t
Heuer , C h r i s t i a n
Pvt
Chessher
P t Isabel
Jasper
Hext, Peyton G o
Hext, Robert P .
Pvt
Chessher
P t Isabel
Jasper
Hext, W i l l i a m R.
Pvt
Chessher
P t Isabel
Jasper
("Discharged on s u r g e o n ' s c e r t i f i c a t e a t P t I s a b e l 27 J u l y 1 8 4 6 , " )
H i l l b u r n , F r e d e r i c k C . P v t McClarty F t Polk
Rusk Co
Hobson, James--cards f i l e d with Hopson.
Hoepfner , Adolphe
CPl
Buchel
P t Isabel
Indian P o i n t
camargo
( " E l e c t e d S e r g t . June 2 1 8 4 6 . " )
[H o ep f uer ? ]
Buchel
P t Isabel
Indian P o i n t
H o f , John J o s t
Pvt
H a r t l e y , John
H a r t l e y / l y , Oliver
a
COMPANY
o f Capt
Pvt
Pvt2 Lt
Pvt
PvtCPl
Pvt
II
4
II
0'
,
h
<
.
.d
Hoffman, C h a r l e s C .
Pvt
H o l i d a y , Matthew
Holmes, P e t e r W .
H o l t , Turner E .
Hopkins, C h a r l e s W.
1 Lt
Pvt
Pvt
Pvt
Hoppe , F r a n c i s
Hopson, James
Pvt
4 Cpl-
McLeanHoward
Chessher
McClarty
McLean
McLeanHoward
Buchel
Snell
P t Isabel
Galveston
Pt
Ft
Pt
Pt
Jasper
Rusk
"Point Isabella"
Galveston
Isabel
Polk
Isabel
Isabel
P t Isabel
P t Isabel
a
Camargo
Indian Point
Houston
2 Cpl
H o s k i n s , Thomas B.--cards f- i l e d w i t h H a s k i n s .
Howard, R o b e r t H .
Galveston
2 L t - McLean
P t Isabel
(
p
r
o
m
o
t
e
d
20
J
u
n e 1846)
C a p t Howard
P
t
I
s
a
b
e
l
G
alveston
Pvt
McLeanHowell ,' W i l l i a m
Howard
P t Isabel
Houston
Pvt
Chessher
Howerton, J o h n K .
F
t
P
o
l
k
Rusk
Co
Pvt
McClarty
Howith , Harvey
P
t
I
s
a
b
e
l
G
a
l
v
e
ston
Pvt
Bennett
Hubbell, W i l l i s I.
P
t
I
s
a
b
e
l
Houston
Pvt
Snell
Hugo, C h a r l e s
Nacogdoches
P t Isabel
Pvt
Arnold
Hunter, John
P
t
I
s
a
b
e
l
Cincinnati
2 S g t Bennett
Hunter, W i l l i a m C .
P
t
I
s
a
b
e
l
Indian Point
Pvt
Buchel
Huts chmann, J a c o b
P
t
I
s
a
b
e
l
Lynchburg
Pvt
Arnold
Hyde, J o h n
P t Isabel
Galv e s t o n
Pvt
Shivors
Irwin, W i l l i a m
F
t
P
o
l
k
Rusk
Co
Pvt
McClarty
J a c o b s , Meshack R .
P
t
I
s
a
b
e
l
Galves
ton
Lt
Sh i v o r s
J a c o b s , W i l l i a m H.
I
s
a
b
e
l
G
a
l
v
e
s
ton
P
t
MUShivors
J e f f e r s , David G I
J e l l e r m a n n , Henry
(Gellermann)
Jenkins, W i l l i a m M.
Jewell, W i l l i a m B.
Johnson, Warren
Johnson, William
Johnson, W i l l i a m C .
J o h n s t o n , A[ l b e r t]
Sidney
sician
Pvt
Pvt
Pvt
Pvt
Pvt
Pvt
Buchel
P t Isabel
Indian Point
McLean
Ostronder
Chessher
McClarty
Arnold
P t Isabel
P t Isabel
P t Isabel
[Ft Polk?]
P t Isabel
Galves t on
Galveston
Beaumont
Rusk C O
Nacogdoches
Camargo, MX
Field &
P t Isabel
Galve s t on
Staff
("Marched t o Corpus C h r i s t i from w h i c h l a t t e r p l a c e , . . a r r i v e d a t P t . I s a b e l J u n e 5 ,
1846. M u s t e r e d i n t o s e r v i c e J u l y 5." " E n r o l l e d as a p r i v a t e a t G a l v e s t o n . F u r n i s h e d
w i t h R a t i o n s b y U.S. Gov. f r o m Corpus t o P t . I s a b e l 150 [ ? ] m i l e s 7 d a y s . J u n e 18 was
announced & assumed command as C o l o n e l . " )
Col
RANK
NAME
COMPANY
of Capt.
MUSTER-IN
ROLL
ENROLLED AT
MUSTER-OUT
ROLL
P t Isabel
Nacogdoches
Camargo, Mex.
Pvt
Arnold
P t Isabel
Galveston
Pvt
McLean
Pvt
McClarty
F t Polk?
Rusk Co
Houston
Pvt
Ostronder P t I s a b e l
F t Polk?
Rusk Co
Pvt
McClarty
Pt Isabel
Galve s t on
Pvt
McLean
Houston
PvtOstronder P t I s a b e l
("Appointed 1 J u l y 1846, A r r i v e d a t P t , I s a b e l
S g t Maj F o & S t a f f
2 5 May; w a s t r a n s p o r t e d t o Rendezvous by U.S. Govt.")
Jones, W i l l i a m
Pvt
Sh i v o r s
Pt Isabel
Galves t o n
Kahler , Edward
Pvt
Buchel
Pt Isabel
Indian P o i n t
[See A l s o Kohler; c a r d s a r e numbered only 4 d i g i t s l a t e r t h a n K a h l e r ' s . ]
Keatly/Keatley, Thos
P v t Ostronder P t I s a b e l
Houston
Keidel, W i l l i a m
Pvt
Buchel
Pt Isabel
Indian Poi nt
("Appointed P r i v a t e Surgeon f r o m 22 May t o 25 Aug 1 8 4 6 . " )
Kelly, E l i j a h
Pvt
Chessher
P t Isabel
Jasper
Kelly, J e s s e
1Lt
McClarty
F t Polk?
Rusk Co
Kemper, Leonard W e
Sgt
Shivors
Pt Isabel
Galve s t on
Kenard, B O W .
Pvt
Ostronder P t I s a b e l
Galveston
Kerr, James C .
Pvt
Bennett
P t Isabel
Galvestor
Kinand, BOW.--cards f i l e d w i t h Kenard.
Kind, Charles
2 Lt
Buchel
P t Isabel
I n d i a n P o i n t ("REMARKS I, JWE 1846
w a s ordered w i t h h i s company 18 m i l e s f r o m t h i s a r e a - - t h e Dragoon Camp b e f o r e t h e
o r g a n i z a t i o n of t h e Regt and has n o t j o i n e d s i n c e . " ) [Camp Triggs=temporary dragoon camp]
King, Edward
Pvt
Chessher
P t Isabel
Galves t on
Kingsbury, A l b e r t E . P v t
Snell
P t Isabel
Houston
Kinsey, John W .
Pvt
Snell
P t Isabel
Houston
Kirby, Ransom J./I.
Pvt
McLean
p t Isabel
Galveston
Klenge/Klinge , F
Pvt
Coo A
Galveston--no o t h e r d a t a
Pvt
McClarty
F t Polk?
Rusk Co
Knight , F o u n t a i n
Koch, F r e d e r i c k
Pvt
Buchel
Pt Isabel
Indian P o i n t
Kohler, John
Pvt
Buchel
P t Isabel
Indian P oi nt
[Could be b r o t h e r of Edward K a h l e r - - s p e l l i n g could be Koehler]
Pvt
CO, A
Galveston
"Assigned t o D e t , Foot Riflemen"
Kolbey, D.
Pvt
Co. A
Kraus, C .
Krause , Charles
Pvt
Buchel
P t Isabel
Indian P oi nt
K r e g e l s t e i n , August P v t
Bennett
Pt Isabel
Galveston
Jones,
Jones,
Jones,
Jones,
Jones,
Jones,
Jones,
Galland
George W .
James A .
John H.
Reps
Samuel A .
William
I1
It
11
II
,
I1
,
Indian Point
Kreiwiez, E m i l
SgtBU he1
P t Isabel
[~riewicz?]
1 S-g t
Indian Point
Kuhn, C h a r l e s
Pvt
Buchel
P t Isabel
Indian Point
Kuhn, Louis
Pvt
Buchel
P t Isabel
Lackiman, Vincent--cards f i l e d w i t h Lankinan.
Indian Point
Laesecke, Henry
Pvt
Buchel
P t Isabel
Galves t on
Lander, J e s s e e A . H ,
Pvt
McLean
P t Isabel
Galveston
Landrwn, L a r k i n ( g )
Pvt
Bennett
P t Isabel
Galveston
Lang, George ( W , )
PvtBennett
F t Polk
( a p p t d QM S g t 2 1 J u n e 1846)
Lang, Thomas
Sh i v o r s
???????
Pvt
Galveston
Galve s t o n
Langeman, R ,S
Pvt
Arnold
P t Isabel
Rusk Co
Langston, I s a a c
2 S g t McClarty
?????
Pvt
Ostronder P t I s a b e l
Lanier, Isaac E.
Houston
Lankinan, Vincent
Galveston
Pvt
McLean
P t Isabel
Nacogdoches
L a r g e , Van R , T ,
Pvt
Arnold
P t Isabel
L a r s o n , John
Pvt
Ostronder P t I s a b e l
P t Isabel
Galveston
L a v e r t y , John
Pvt
McLean
P t Isabel
L e a t h , John R ,
Pvt
McClarty
??????
Rusk Co
P t Isabel
Leathers, W i l l i a m D. Pvt
Arnold
Nac ogd o c hes
Pvt
Buchel
P t Isabel
Indian Point
\a. L e i f e s t e , Henry
Indian Point
Buchel
P t Isabel
CPl
Leilich, W i l l i a m
L e i p , --Pvt
Co A
G a l v e s t o n (no o t h e r d a t a )
Leonhard, --Sgt
Det. F o o t G a l v e s t o n
L e s t e r , Luther
Pvt
Arnold
P t Isabel
Nacogdoches
L e v e r i n g , Henry
SgtSnell
P t Isabel
Houston
1Sgt
Lewis, B . J .
Pvt
Ostronder P t I s a b e l
Houston
("Discharged f o r i n a b i l i t y
J u l y 1, 1846. Owed f o r screw d r i v e r , w i p e r b r u s h & p i c k w a i s t b e l t & P l a t e and
Haversack,") [ H i s i n a b i l i t y t o h o l d on t o h i s g e a r seems t o have b e e n h i s downfall:]
Lewis, Esse
Pvt
Co A
26 May f o r 3 months F t P o l k 4 Aug
L i l e s , Thomas W . --cards f i l e d w i t h L y l e s .
Lindaman, August
Pvt
McClarty
Galveston
Lindeman, August--see above; incomplete d a t a
L i n n , James S .
Pvt
Arnold
P t Isabel
Nacogdoches
Long, L .
Pvt
Ostronder P t I s a b e l
Houston
Love joy, Samuel
CPl
Arnold
P t Isabel
Nacogdoches
Pvt
Ostronder P t I s a b e l
Houston
Loyd, J . A .
??????
Galveston
Loyd, Joseph
Pvt
McClarty
Luckett, W i l l i a m P. Pvt
Arnold
P t Isabel
Nacogdoches
( " T r a n s f e r r e d t o Capt,
Sparks Co. 2d Regt Texan Mount Riflemen b y o r d e r of Maj Genl T a y l o r J u l y 1 4 , 1 8 4 6 , " )
I
b
4
,AGS Q u a r t e r ly
V o l . XXV No. 2
OOPS !
A u s t i n TX
WRONG WAR!
A S t r a y from W a r of 1812 Found
Among S e r v i c e Records of 1846-48
A r e c o r d f o r HENRY MOSS w a s found w h i l e
r e a d i n g R e e l #6 of Microcopy #278, "Compiled
S e r v i c e Records of V o l u n t e e r S o l d i e r s During
Mexican War f r o m Texas.
Between s o l d i e r s
numbered 355 and 356, 1st F o o t Riflemen, A-R,
appears t h e following:
WAR OF 1812
B a k e r ' s Regiment, L o u i s i a n a M i l i t i a
'I
MOSS, Henry - P v t - Capt, Shadrach P o r t e r ' s
Co. of I n f a n t r y , 15 Regt L o u i s i a n a M i l i t i a .
Company Muster R o l l d a t e d J a n y 3 t o March 13,
1815 - a t A t t a k a p a s , La. [Ed. Note: Could
n o t f i n d on map, b u t p r o b a b l y i n Cameron
o r C a l c a s i e u P a r i s h , where A t t a c a p a Ind i a n s once roamed.]
J a n y 3 , 1815
When rendezvoused
When d i s c h a r g e d , ..March l j P1815
Company Pay R o l l f o r J a n y 3 t o March l 3 # 1815
[no p l a c e g i v e n ]
Commencement of s e r v i c e 1
Jany 3 , 1815
o r of t h i s s e t t l e m e n t )
E x p i r a t i o n of s e r v i c e o r )
March 13, 1815
of t h i s s e t t l e m e n t
)
Term o f s e r v i c e charged - 2 mos 10 days
8 dollars
Pay p e r mo
18 d o l l a r s , 58 c e n t s
Amount of pay
...
[Let u s hope t h a t t h i s r e a c h e s t h e e y e s
of someone who h a s b e e n s e a r c h i n g f o r p r o o f
of t h e W a r o f 1812 s e r v i c e of HENRY MOSS.]
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
c
.
r'
.
VOl.
XXVJo.
2
A u s t i n TX
THREADGILLS, BOCK 11, compiled by J a n i s H e i d e n r e i c h M i l l e r ; c o i l a b o r a t o r : Wordna T h r e a d g i l l Wicker. P u b l i s h e d 1983 by Gateway Fress
J n c . a t B a l t i m o r e MD. Cloth-bound; 6x9"; c a 330 pp. Full-name Index; Addefida; maps & c h a r t s . $35 ( p o s t a g e p a i d ) from compiler a t
Box 2245, Hudson OH 41+236#
Believed to descend from Deodatus T h r e l k e l d ( w i l l d a t e d 17281,
ir, whose w i f e ' s w i l l t h e s p e l l i n g w a s changed t o T h r e a d g a l l , t h i s
1f.nc of T h r e a d g i l l s i s e x t e n s i v e l y t r a c e d i n t h i s n e a t book. Author
and c o l l a b o r a t o r have done a f i n e job of r e s e a r c h i n c e n s u s , prohatt!,
l a n d g r a n t and deed r e c o r d s , m i l i t a r y p e n s i o n s and D . A , R . a p p l i c a t i o n s , cemetery and church r e c o r d s . Apropos of t h e l a s t , b a p t i s m a l
names such as John Wesley, F r a n c i s Asbury and Lorenzo Dow show t h a t
marly T h r e a d g i l l s were M e t h o d i s t s .
The three-column Index i s a d m i r a b l y economical of s p a c e , b u t
a t t h e expense of v i s i b i l i t y of surnames ( t o o l i t t l e i n d e n t i o n ) . Addenda pages c o n t a i n ( a f t e r l a t e a d d i t i o n s t o t h e t e x t were a c q u i r e d )
lists of T h r e a d g i l l s who f o u g h t i n t h e American R e v o l u t i o n , t h e War
of 1812, and t h e "War Between t h e S t a t e s " - - i n b o t h Union and Conf e d e r a t e f o r c e s , w i t h t h e l a t t e r l i s t e d by s t a t e s , a n e x c e l l e n t idea.
J u s t b e f o r e t h e Index appear pages f o r t h e owner t o r e c o r d
B i r t h s , Marriages and Deaths, each adorned w i t h an a p p r o p r i a t e o l d time arawing, which w i l l p e r s o n a l i z e t h e book.
An o u t s t a n d i n g f e a t u r e of T h r e a d g i l l s , Book I1 i s t h e number
of w i l l s which a r e q u o t e d - - i n s c r i p t t y p e t o d i s t i n g u i s h them f r o m
t h e body of t h e book which i s i n small t y p e w r i t e r s a n s s e r i f t y p e .
T h a n k f u l l y , few words were s e t i n a l l c a p i t a l s i n t h e s c r i p t t y p e ,
and Mesdames M i l l e r and Wicker r e f r a i n e d from d e g r a d i n g t h e book b y
u s i n g a " m a i l - o r d e r " c o a t of a r m s t h a t could n o t be proven a u t h e n t i c
f o r these Threadgills.
The numbering system i s New England H i s t o r i c a l and G e n e a l o g i c a l
Register s t y l e , w i t h lower-case roman numerals f o r each c h i l d , When
enough d a t a w a s a v a i l a b l e t o e x t e n d t h e l i n e , t h a t c h i l d w a s ass i g n e d a c o n s e c u t i v e a r a b i c numeral and h i s biography g i v e n where
t h a t number came up. T h a t ' s a f i n e system e x c e p t t h a t t h e l a s t numb e r a s s i g n e d (574) falls far s h o r t of t h e number of p e o p l e who a r e
named, s o one would have t o go back and a c t u a l l y count i n o r d e r t o
a d v e r t i s e "2000 T h r e a d g i l l s named," o r whatever i t comes t o .
I n t h e Addenda, l a t e - r e c e i v e d d a t a f o r , s a y , c h i l d x under ( 4 )
i s s e t f o r t h under t h e h e a d i n g "From Page 24 under ( 4 ) , " and on
page 24 a h e l p f u l c r o s s - r e f e r e n c e t o t h e Addenda w a s i n s e r t e d . Thus
a problem t h a t p l a g u e s t h e long-term compiler w a s n e a t l y h a n d l e d .
Although t h e r e i s no B i b l i o g r a p h y p e r s e , s o u r c e s o f m o s t documents a r e g i v e n . F r e q u e n t l y Mrs. M i l l e r f u r n i s h e s name and a d d r e s s
o f t h e p e r s o n who c o n t r i b u t e d a b a t c h of r e c o r d s . And, t o h e r
e v e r l a s t i n g c r e d i t , s h e seems t o have i n c l u d e d e v e r y known f a m i l y
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
Vol.
xxv
No. 2
Austin TX
t r a d i t i o n , even down t o "a son b o r n o u t of wedlock" and "where he
deserted h i s family.
A few p o i n t s of s-Lyle m i g h t have been improved: no hyphen was
used w i t h "great-grandmother"; many county names were m i s s p e l l e d
a
f o r a 12-year endeavor, t h e p u r c h a s e of a p o s t a l g u i d e o r a n a t l a s
would have been a worthwhile i n v e s t m e n t .
Some typos a r e r a t h e r s e r i o u s : 1751 f o r 1571, c a s e f o r c a u s e ,
r e a d f o r r e a d y , y e a r s f o r h e i r s . The f i r s t example w a s a r e a l shocker:
On page 2 2 , "John had i n h i s p o s s e s s i o n t h e f a m i l y p r a y e r book which
was s e t f o r t h under t h e r e i g n of Queen E l i z a b e t h i n t h e y e a r 1751."
( E l i z a b e t h I d i e d i n 1603.) Next i s s t a t e d t h a t t h e book w a s i n t h e
p o s s e s s i o n of George T h r e a d g i l l i n 1837. Reading t h e s o u r c e , t h e
1837 d e p o s i t i o n , l e a d s me t o wonder if George T h r e a d g i l l meant t h a t
t h e f o r m of t h e p r a y e r book w a s s e t t l e d upon d u r i n g t h e r e i g n o f
4ueen E l i z a b e t h , n o t t h a t t h e copy i n q u e s t i o n w a s p r i n t e d i n 1571.
He made no mention of i t s ownership b e f o r e h i s f a t h e r s one would
expect h i n t o b o a s t of i t if t h e book had been i n t h e f a m i l y two and
a h a l f c e n t u r i e s . A l s o , he p l a i n l y s t a t e d t h a t t h e p r a y e r book w a s
i n h i s mother's possessionp n o t h i s . A s m a l l discrepancy, b u t accuracy of d e t a i l i s ''of t h e essence" i n h i s t o r y and genealogy.
The a u t h o r does n o t s t a t e if s h e examined t h e a c t u a l w i l l s h e
p r i n t e d on pp. 20-21, which s h e concludes w a s i n W i l l i a m ' s own
handwriting because t h e body and s i g n a t u r e appear t o be i n t h e same
hand. If s h e f o u n d t h e w i l l i n a book ( n o t a l o o s e p a p e r ) , I subm i t t h a t i t had been copied t h e r e by a c l e r k , i n c l u d i n g s i g n a t u r e .
On page 87 i s a r e f e r e n c e t o "Egypt, Montgomery County, Texas."
If t h e r e e v e r w a s an E g y p t i n t h a t county,, i t i s n o t even mentioned
as a g h o s t town i n The Handbook of Texas. Egypt i n Wharton County
h a s a p o p u l a t i o n o f about 2 0 0 , and
described t h e r e i n .
Great p a i n s have been t a k e n t o i d e n t i f y each T h r e a d g i l l who
i s s k e t c h e d : i f h i s b i o aphy i s c a r r i e d forward t o a n o t h e r page,
h i s number, such as ( 6 2 r i s r e p e a t e d t h e r e . And each page has a
r u n n i n g head such as FIFTH GENERATION.
A l l i n a l l , we h i g h l y recommend T h r e a d g i l l s , Book I1 as a r o l e
model f o r f u t u r e g e n e a l o g i c a l h i s t o r i a n s
I'
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TRACKING BAREFOOT RUNYAN by Marie Runyan Wright. Baltimore:
Gateway P r e s s , I n c . 0 1980 by a u t h o r
Hardbound; t y p e w r i t e r
t y p e ; c a 6x9"; pp. x i i i + 292, Full-name Index ( c a 1 9 p p . ) ; phot o g r a p h s ; B i b l i o aphy; t h e r e s p e c t i v e s o u r c e s c o n s u l t e d f o l l o w each
s e c t i o n . P r i c e g 6 . 2 5 : o r d e r f r o m Verbie o r Marie Wright, Route 1,
Box 7 , Bonnerdale AR 71933.
This book should d e l i g h t t h e descendants of I s a a c Barefoot
Runyan, whose p a t h l e d "from t h e Shenandoah V a l l e y through Tenness e e and Alabama on t h e i r Journey Westward." Furthermore, a n o t e
a d v i s e s t h a t a supplement i s b e i n g p r e p a r e d , s o t h e r e a d e r may b e
a b l e t o g e t h i s p a r t i c u l a r l i n e included next time.
62
.
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
0
L
V o l . XXVJo.
A u s t i n TX
2
The pages a r e w e l l typed and s p a c e d , and t h e f a m i l y photographs
d e p i c t p e o p l e from t h e p r e s e n t back t o t h e e a r l y 1800s. There a r e
t h r e e pages of c h a r t s which a r e n o t t o o hard t o f i g u r e o u t i f t h e
t e x t is consulted.
The name Runyon/Runyan i s b e l i e v e d t o be d e r i v e d f r o m t h e French
Rongnion/Roygnon/Rougnon/Regnon e t c . , and t h e immigrant t o America
i s g e n e r a l l y a c c e p t e d as b e i n g Vincent Runyon,
The a u t h o r i s t o b e commended f o r r e f r a i n i n g f r o m c l a i m i n g t h e
c o a t of a r m s of t h e Marquis Regnon de Chaligny, a l t h o u g h s h e does
q u o t e a t l e n g t h f r o m a n a t t e m p t t o b l a z o n i t and a gushy t r i b u t e t o
Vincent Runyon, w i t h whom no c o n n e c t i o n i s made i n t h i s b o o k . Unfort u n a t e l y , no p a r e n t s o r s i b l i n g s have been found f o r I s a a c B a r e f o o t
Runyan ( c a 1750-1867). The f i r s t t a n g i b l e r e c o r d found f o r him seems
t o be of h i s m a r r i a g e t o Margaret Rambo i n 1777 i n Rockingham CO,
VA. An undated newspaper c l i p p i n g i m p l i e s t h a t he d i e d i n T a l l a d e ga Co, AL a t t h e age o f 117.
Mrs. Wright h a s done a thorough job of i d e n t i f y i n g s i x c h i l d r e n
of I s a a c and Margaret (Rambo) Runyan. I n c l u d e d a r e l a n d d e e d s , C i v i l
W a r r e c o r d s , church r e c o r d s , i n t e r e s t i n g l e t t e r s f r o m Tennessee o f f i c i a l s a b o u t t h e massacre of I s a a c ' s s o n Tavenor, e t c .
R e l a t i v e l y r e c e n t d e s c e n d a n t s of I s a a c B a r e f o o t Runyan occupy
t h e b u l k o f t h e book: s t a t i s t i c s on a n amazing number o f them have
been m a s s e d . Many f a m i l y photographs make t h i s genealogy even
more a p p e a l i n g t o t h e i n t e r e s t e d r e a d e r .
C o n s i d e r i n g t h a t t h i s i s Mrs. W r i g h t ' s f i r s t g e n e a l o g i c a l publ i c a t i o n , i t i s u n u s u a l l y e r r o r f r e e (assuming t h a t v a r i a n t s p e l l i n g s s u c h as Napolean, F r a n c i s [ f o r females], M i n e r v i a , P r i c i l l a ,
Marcus C f o r Marquis de L a f a y e t t e ] , Neomi, P h i l l i p , Semeon, S h e l i a ,
C h l o i e , Betheany e t c . a r e as s h e found them and n o t h e r own i d i o s y n c r a s i e s as t h e f r e q u e n c y o f appearance s u g g e s t s ) .
Very l i k e l y s h e has l e a r n e d by now t h a t t h e r e w a s no 1785 Fede r a l Census o f V i r g i n i a , b u t t h a t t h e p u b l i s h e d s u b s t i t u t e f o r t h e
d e s t r o y e d 1790 Census w a s compiled f r o m s t a t e enumerations and t a x
r e c o r d s d a t e d 1782-85 f o r v a r i o u s c o u n t i e s .
Growing f a m i l i a r i t y w i t h o l d h a n d w r i t i n g s and t h e f o r m s of
1 9 t h - c e n t u r y l e g a l documents w i l l no doubt i n f u t u r e p r e v e n t e r r o r s
l i k e t h o s e on pages 1, 14 and 23, wherein s h e r e f e r s t o a deed as a
w i l l , m i s i n t e r p r e t i n t h e word w e l l i n t h e c o r r e l a t i v e p h r a s e s "as
w i l l [should be w e l l for and i n c o n s i d e r a t i o n o f t h e
love... as
for t h e sum o f one Dollar". On page 2 3 a n i n t r u s i v e s a g a i n obs c u r e d t h e meaning: "as w e l l as f o r and i n c o n s i d e r a t i o n . .
.
3
.'
...
T h i s r e v i e w e r w a s a b i t d i s a p p o i n t e d n o t t o f i n d t h e American
a u t h o r A l f r e d Damon Runyon (1880-1946) i n t h i s f a m i l y t r e e , b u t
even w i t h o u t h i s humorous t o u c h , i t i s a r e a l l y good sourcebook f o r
Runyan r e s e a r c h e r s .
,AGS Q u a r t e r 1y
V o l . XXV No, 2
A u s t i n TX
ANOTHER PROTEST AGAINST
THE PROMISCUOUS
USE OF COATS OF ARMS
'
E AGO, t h i s w r i t e r had o c c a s i o n t o s t u d y a f a m i l y
h i s t o r y t h a t b e a r s on i t s cover a huge c o a t of a r m s i n
weird c o l o r s . In t h i s c a s e , such a d e p i c t i o n i s u t t e r l y
i n a p p r o p r i a t e - - 1 might s a y r i d i c u l o u s - - f o r s e v e r a l reasons:
( a ) t h e compiler d i d n o t even i d e n t i f y t h e o r i g i n a l b e a r e r o f t h e s e a r m s , nor d i d he b l a z o n them; ( b ) he
made no a t t e m p t t o c o n n e c t t h e immigrant t o America w i t h
any armigerous man of t h e same name; and ( c ) t h e C o l o n i a l
immigrant w a s a Quaker!
A s a n a u t h o r i t y on t h e s u b j e c t wrote me:
"You a r e
c o r r e c t t h a t a c o n s i s t e n t F r i e n d would n o t u s e a c o a t o f
a r m s . F r i e n d s would have r e g a r d e d i t as n o t o n l y a v i o l a t i o n of t h e i r t e s t i m o n y on s i m p l i c i t y b u t a l s o as a n i n f r i n g e m e n t
on t h e peace t e s t i m o n y , s i n c e a r m s were of c o u r s e of m a r t i a l o r i g i n . "
I wonder -- if t h e Reverend J e s s e J a c k s o n i s e l e c t e d P r e s i d e n t ,
w i l l J a c k s o n s a l l over t h e world r u s h o u t and o r d e r s t a t i o n e r y w i t h
t h e p r e s i d e n t i a l s e a l embossed on i t ?
x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
Perhaps t h e l a r g e s t and m o s t e l a b o r a t e f a m i l y g a t h e r i n g e v e r
w i l l occur when d e s c e n d a n t s of Bartholomew S t o v a l l assemble a t
Richmond, V i r g i n i a on August 1 7 t h f o r a t h r e e - d a y c e l e b r a t i o n o f
t h e 300th a n n i v e r s a r y of t h e a r r i v a l of t h e i r a n c e s t o r i n t h i s count r y . They w i l l have a c h o i c e of two a l l - d a y t o u r s on S a t u r d a y : of
Williamsburg o r of H i s t o r i c Richmond
On Sunday t h e y w i l l be t r a n s p o r t e d t o a s p o t i n Powhatan Count y , t h e l a n d which was g r a n t e d t o Bartholomew S t o v a l l on 1 6 August
1715. A t t h e a l l - d a y p i c n i c b a r b e c u e , t h e p r i n c i p a l s p e a k e r w i l l
be Robert H. S t o v a l l , v i c e - p r e s i d e n t of' Dean W i t t e r Reynolds.
A 24-page b o o k l e t w i l l be g i v e n t o each r e g i s t e r i n g f a m i l y
member, some of whom a r e expected from as f a r away as J a p a n . Nearly
900 m o t e l rooms have been r e s e r v e d i n t h e Richmond a r e a .
F o r complete d e t a i l s , w r i t e o r c a l l R o l l o P . S t o v a l l , 3357 E s p a n o l a Drive, S a r a s o t a FL 33579; phone (813) 924-8769.
64
V o l . XXV No. 2
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
A u s t i n TX
HAPPY HUNTING GROUND
S e n d q u e r i e s t o M r s . H . H . R u g e l e y , 2202 W . 1 0 , A u s t i n TX 78703, NOT
t o AGS b o x . I n c l u d e a t l e a s t one d a t e , p l a c e & f i r s t name i n e a c h
q u e r y . Use n a m e s / a b b r e v i a t i o n s of m o n t h s , n o t f i g u r e s . P r o o f r e a d
c o p y c a r e f u l l y ; i t may b e e d i t e d t o o u r f o r m a t . Q u e r i e s a r e f r e e .
BROOKS. Want i n f o r m a t i o n on B e n j a m i n F . B r o o k s , b o r n ca 1 8 0 0 ,
S o u t h C a r o l i n a . L a s t r e c o r d e d d a t a show him as r e s i d e n t o f B e l l e v i l l e , T e x a s , 1870 c e n s u s and as l a n d o w n e r (83 a c r e s ) i n G i d d i n g s ,
T e x a s , 1874, where l i v i n g w i t h s o n , W i l l i a m E . ( B i l l y ) B r o o k s , b o r n
1 8 5 0 . S e e k a n y f u r t h e r i n f o r m a t i o n on w h e r e a b o u t s o r d e a t h o f Benjamin F . B r o o k s . P l e a s e s e n d c o r r e s p o n d e n c e t o : J a c k B r o o k s , 2449
Rayburn B u i l d i n g , W a s h i n g t o n DC 2 0 5 1 5 ,
[ E d i t o r ' s N o t e : P o s t a l Guide d o e s n o t l i s t a B e l l e v i l l e , Texas, n o r
d o e s Handbook of Texas show i t as a g h o s t town. May r e f e r t o B e l l v i l l e i n A u s t i n Co. G i d d i n g s i s i n Lee Co.]
.
0
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
POLLEY-PORTER.
H e l p w a n t e d i n i d e n t i f y i n g w r i t e r and v e r i f y i n g f a c t s f o r an a r t i c l e f o r S e p t e m b e r AGS Q u a r t e r l y . Some r a t h e r
s u s p e c t n o t e s w e r e p e n c i l e d on a t y p e s c r i p t e n t i t l e d " H i s t o r i c a l
R e m i n i s c e n c e s - A Review of Times T h a t Are P a s t But L i v e i n H i s t o r y .
P r e p a r e d b y J . B . P o l l e y , F l o r e s v i l l e , Texas." The n o t e s r e a d :
" E l i j a h [ P o r t e r ] drew a w h i t e bean a n d w a s t o b e r e l e a s e d [one
of t h e p r i s o n e r s of P e r o t e , 1 8 4 2 1 , b u t a f r i e n d t h e r e drew a b l a c k
b e a n & w a s t o b e s h o t . T h i s f r i e n d had a f a m i l y a t home & E l i j a h
w a s a s i n g l e man s o t h e y t r a d e d b e a n s & E l i j a h was k i l l e d . The o t h e r
man [name?] w a s r e l e a s e d , b u t t h e i r p h y s i c a l c o n d i t i o n w a s s o p o o r
survived t o ret h e y could h a r d l y t r a v e l .
Only one man [125--Ed.]
t u r n t o t h e U.S.A. & b r i n g t h e i r s t o r y . " [ N . B .
I h a v e G r e e n ' s Mier
E x p e d i t i o n ; w h a t I want i s someone who knows how t h i s t r a d i t i o n r e
E l i j a h ' s s a c r i f i c e s t a r t e d . H e d i e d of: i l l n e s s and s t a r v a t i o n . ]
" T h i s Newton P o r t e r t h a t w a s k i l l e d w h i l e w o r k i n g s t o c k w a s
t y p i c a l of t h i s a g e . The M e x i c a n s s t o l e some 7 m i l l i o n d o l l a r s w o r t h
of c a t t l e f r o m t h e w h i t e s e t t l e r s [ t i m e span? area?].
Thomas J e f f e r s o n [ t r a d i t i o n s a y s i t w a s J o h n Thomas] P o r t e r h a d some m i l l i o n d o l l a r s w o r t h o f s t o c k s t o l e n , b u t f i n a l l y s e t t l e d f o r $ 1 2 5 , 0 0 0 . The
l a s t payment on t h i s d e b t w a s made 2 y r s . a g o . (1956)" [ S e e k i n g name
of t h i s w r i t e r and c o r r o b o r a t i o n o f t h e t h e f t and repayment s t o r y . ]
"Native Texians of the Republic".
Need i n f o r m a t i o n a b o u t t h i s
a s s o c i a t i o n , t h o u g h t t o b e i n e x i s t e n c e ca 1908. Did i t h a v e a
p u b l i c a t i o n ? Texas V e t e r a n s A s s o c i a t i o n w a s d i s s o l v e d i n 1907--was
t h i s s u g g e s t e d t o t a k e i t s p l a c e ? P e r h a p s t h e D a u g h t e r s of t h e Rep u b l i c o f T e x a s ( a n d l a t e r t h e S o n s ) won o u t i n t h e c o m p e t i t i o n f o r
members. Any i n f o r m a t i o n would be welcomed b y Mrs. H . H . R u g e l e y ,
2202 W . 1 0 , A u s t i n TX 78703.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
S e e a l s o page 70.
65
.
V o l . XXV No. 2
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
A u s t i n TX
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
F o l l o w i n g a r e v a r i o u s s h o r t i t e m s o f v a r y i n g i m p o r t a n c e . You
w i l l have t o r e a d them a l l t o make s u r e you d o n ' t m i s s a v i t a l one:
Some of t h e f o l l o w i n g t o p i c s w i l l a p p e a r as s p a c e p e r m i t s bef o r e t h e "Ancestor L i s t i n g s " S e c t i o n : R e v i s i o n of AGS Bylaws; New Cust o d i a n of o u r Q u a r t e r l y ; S e s q u i c e n t e n n i a l P r o j e c t s ; Old F o l k s ' H o m e s . . a .
BIRTHDATE FORMULA
Thanks t o Oak Leaves of Matagorda County G e n e a l o g i c a l S o c i e t y
f o r p e r m i s s i o n t o r e p r i n t t h i s h e l p f u l formula c o n t r i b u t e d by
J e a n W . Richardson.
I n a c a s e where you have t h e d e a t h d a t e of a p e r s o n (from a
B i b l e , newspaper o r o t h e r s o u r c e ) and h i s g r a v e s t o n e shows o n l y
h i s age a t d e a t h , you c a n f i n d h i s b i r t h d a t e i n t h i s manner:
I n t h i s o r d e r , p u t down y e a r p month, and day d a t e of d e a t h .
Beneath t h a t p u t down number o f y e a r s , months and days of h i s
age a t d e a t h , and s u b t r a c t t o g e t b i r t h d a t e .
Example$ John Doe d i e d 11 November l 9 0 0 , aged 97 y ~ a r s -7'
,
months and 6 d a y s .
1900
11
11
97
1803
7
6
5
=
5 A p r i l 1803
If t h e number of t h e d e a t h month i s s m a l l e r t h a n t h e a g e i n
months, you w i l l have t o borrow a y e a r ( 1 2 months) from t h e d e a t h
year, thus:
5
19
Date d i e d
1984
11
0It2
Age
B i rthdate
1984-1=1983
72
1911
5+12=17
11
6
66
19
0
19 = 1 9 J u n e 1911
AGS Q u a r t e r l y
Vol. XXVJo.
A u s t i n TX
Another "Old F o l k s ' Home" - I n t h e March 1984 i s s u e of AGS Q u a r t e r l y
( p p . 27-28) we d e s c r i b e d s e v e r a l i n s t i t u t i o n s where o u r a n c e s t o r s
may have ended t h e i r d a y s . Mrs. H . R . Gentry c a l l e d t o inform us t h a t
i n t h e 1930s t h e Woodmen's C i r c l e e s t a b l i s h e d a home f o r men, women
and orphans a t Sherman, Texas. [Same as Woodmen o f t h e World?]
She a l s o p a s s e d a l o n g a t i p t h a t Merle Ganier ( e d i t o r o f Knight
L e t t e r and o t h e r p u b l i c a t i o n s ) has a n e x t e n s i v e l i s t of f a m i l y name
a s s o c i a t i o n s and a d d r e s s e s .
Change of AGS Q u a r t e r l y Custodian - Mrs. Robert C . McAnelly ( B e t t y )
h a s r e l i e v e d your e d i t o r of t h e c h o r e of s t o r i n g back i s s u e s o f o u r
Q u a r t e r l y , b l e s s h e r : Thanks t o k i n d members who have c o n t r i b u t e d
c o p i e s r e c e n t l y , we now have one a l m o s t complete s e t (24 y e a r s ' w o r t h )
a v a i l a b l e f o r $125--quite a b a r g a i n !
If you need t o f i l l o u t your own s e t , c a l l B e t t y a t 477-9304 o r
w r i t e h e r a t 2504 Q u a r r y Road, A u s t i n TX 78703. She can c o n s u l t h e r
i n v e n t o r y t o s e e if we have t h e i s s u e ( s ) you want, and t h e p r i c e ( s ) .
0
New AGS Membership L i s t - Thanks t o M r . Tommy L . M i l e s , we now have
a handy b o o k l e t c o n t a i n i n g o u r S o c i e t y ' s O f f i c e r s , Bylaws, and Memb e r s h i p L i s t . The h a l f - p a e s i z e makes it handy t o keep by your
And i t r e l i e v e s your e d i t o r f r o m t y p i n g
phone o r t o c a r r y a b o u t .
i
s
s
u
e
of
t
h
e
Q
u
arterly:]
it f o r t h i s
I n e v i t a b l y , some p e o p l e j o i n e d AGS a f t e r t h e d e a d l i n e f o r t h e
l i s t , b u t t h e r e a r e s e v e r a l s p o t s where you c a n w r i t e i n names. New
members w i l l b e l i s t e d i n t h e n e x t n e w s l e t t e r . F o r r e a d y r e f e r e n c e ,
i t i s s u g g e s t e d t h a t you add o u r new m a i l i n g a d d r e s s on t h e cover
o f t h e b o o k l e t : Box 1507, A u s t i n TX 78767-1507.
S e s q u i c e n t e n n i a l P r o j e c t s f o r AGS a r e s t i l l b e i n g c o n s i d e r e d , b u t we
now have a n e n e r g e t i c chairman, Tommy M i l e s , s o we c a n e x p e c t a c t i o n
s o o n . I t behooves u s as a S o c i e t y t o produce something u s e f u l .
AGS B y l a w s a r e c u r r e n t l y b e i n g r e v i s e d . A s he typed them f o r t h e
r o s t e r b o o k l e t , Tommy n o t i c e d how o u t - o f - d a t e t h e y were, l i s t i n g
committees t h a t have n o t been used f o r y e a r s , d e f i n i n g some d u t i e s
t o o l o o s e l y , l a x f i n a n c i a l p r a c t i c e s , e t c . A f t e r t h e membership
h a s v o t e d on t h e proposed changes, t h e approved v e r s i o n w i l l b e
published.
News of Bygone A u s t i n i t e s - We have g u i l t f e e l i n g s a b o u t n e g l e c t i n g
t h e main purpose of AGS l a t e l y , v i z . , t o " i n v e s t i g a t e , c o l l e c t , r e cord, publish
genealogical materials * . * pertaining t o the City
of A u s t i n
T h e r e f o r e we a r e g r a t e f u l l y i n d e b t e d t o one o f o u r
m o s t d e d i c a t e d members, Mrs. H . R . Gentry, f o r s u b m i t t i n g many i n t e r e s t i n g i t e m s c u l l e d f r o m o l d newspapers on m i c r o f i l m . We may u s e
s h o r t p a r a g r a p h s as f i l l e r s from time t o t i m e .
She found t h e f o l l o w i n g i n t h e Barker Texas H i s t o r y C e n t e r
Newspaper C o l l e c t i o n ( U n i v e r s i t y of Texas a t A u s t i n ) on Reel 33903,
A u s t i n , Texas p a p e r s . The f i r s t paper s h e a b s t r a c t e d from w a s
named EVERY SATURDAY, Vol. 1 #34, d a t e d 14 June 1884, page 4:
...
. . .".
!AGS Q u a r t e r ly
V o l . XXV No. 2
Austin TX
Report o f C i t y Sexton f o r week ending 7 June 1884:
May 31 - M r . P e r k i n s i n f a n t , d y s e n t e r y , aged 8 months, w h i t e
June 1 - M r s . D . C . B . Connerly, d y s e n t e r y , 43 y e a r s , female, w h i t e
June 2 - Mrs. R . D . Davis, consumption, 2 3 y e a r s , female, w h i t e
June 2 - J . C . M i n t e r ,
62 y e a r s ,
, white
June 4 - Levy Walker, h e a r t d i s e a s e , 60 y e a r s p
, colored
June 6 - Wm. P e t e r s o n , d i a r r h e a , 11 months,
, colored
Marriape L i c e n s e s
M r . S o S . Lacy and Miss R.V. Balli
Miss Emma Bertram and Charles Hupperts
Died: June 1 2 , 1884 - W i l l i e M i l l i c a n , youngest daughter of t h e
l a t e W r a n d E l i z a Millican
P o l i t i c a l Announcements
...
A . C . Morris
a g a i n o f f e r s himself as a c a n d i d a t e f o r t h e o f f i c e o f
o l d r e s i d e n t of T r a v i s C o . , a f a r m e r .
County C o l l e c t o r of Taxesl
Frank Brown c a n d i d a t e f o r County C l e r k . a . l o n g incumbency i n o f f i c e . . .15 o r 20 y e a r s l .endorsement by t h e Democratic convention o f
t h e county i n s u r e s h i s e l e c t i o n ,
A . J . J e r n i g a n out f o r r e - e l e c t i o n as county t r e a s u r e r .
Ham Metz i s an o l d time s e r v a n t of t h e s o v e r e i g n s of T r a v i s Con
i n t h e c a p a c i t y of Assessor of Taxes, & a s k s t o be r e - e l e c t e d o e .
James P , H a r t , . . a n n o u n c e s himself as a c a n d i d a t e f o r r e - e l e c t i o n .
F o r 2 terms M r . H a r t h a s performed t h e d u t i e s of D i s t r i c t C l e r k . . .
F . G . M o r r i s a c a n d i d a t e f o r T r a v i s County P r o s e c u t i n g A t t o r n e y .
D . C . Sandel i s a r e g u l a r Democratic nominee f o r t h e o f f i c e of
J u s t i c e of t h e Peace f o r P r e c i n c t # 3 .
F r i t z Tegener a c a n d i d a t e f o r r e - e l e c t i o n as J u s t i c e of t h e Peace
i n P r e c i n c t # 3.
We a r e a u t h o r i z e d t o announce George W . Glasscock as a c a n d i d a t e
f o r S t a t e S e n a t o r from t h e 24th d i s t r i c t , composed of T r a v i s , W i l l i a m s o n , & Burnet c o s .
D i s s o l u t i o n Notice - The c o p a r t n e r s h i p h e r e t o f o r e e x i s t i n g under
t h e f i r m name of O ' R e i l l y & Byrne h a s t h i s day been d i s s o l v e d by mut u a l c o n s e n t , James O ' R e i l l y g o i n g o u t . The b u s i n e s s w i l l be c a r r i e d
on i n f u t u r e by P . J . Byrne, A u s t i n , Texasp June 2d, 1884.
I
A U S T I N FACTS - v o l . 1 No. 1 - Sunday January 69 1918
Daniel Watson, managing e d i t o r . P u b l i s h e d by t h e P r o h i b i t i o n Campaign
Committee i n t h e i n t e r e s t of a c l e a n e r and a s a l o o n l e s s town. [Seve r a l i s s u e s of t h e paper a r e on t h i s microfilm.
I t i s e n t i r e l y devoted t o t h e s t a t e d purposeo]
THE DAILY FAIR NEWS - ( f r e e c i r c u l a t i o n on grounds & i n c i t y ) A u s t i n , Tex., Oct. 19, 1880 - [ s e v e r a l d a i l y i s s u e s , m o s t l y a d s p-lus
e n t r i e s and winners i n v a r i o u s f a i r e x h i b i t s ]
68
ANCESTOR L I S T I N G
SECTION
EVERTNGHAM
Since t h e time of t h e American Revol u t i . o n , i t h a s been t h e c u s t o m i n m y fami1.y
t o nass k n o w l e p e o f o u r f i r s t ancestor known
t o i m m i g r a t e from Enaland, by word of mouth,
Our f a m i l v r e c o r d s were destroyed bv
n
t h e L o v a l f s t s , a t t h e t i m e o f t h e American
R e v o l u t i o n . No d o u b t , t h i s f a m i l y t r a d i t i o n
ncctired t o secure t h e knowledae o f t h e Pamilvo
a,
hD
cd
PI
n
z
9
0
So T w a s t a u F h t ,
" W i l l i a m Everingham
came from t h e East Ridine of Yorkshire, went
t o I,ondom, then t o New Jersey, circa 7.7030"
L a t e r , I s e n t €or t h e immiaratim r e cord o f William EverinPham and l e a r n e d t h a t
i t had been d e s t r o y e d d u r i n p a bombing in the
last World War,
*
p:
t3
E
E
x
w
!i
k
0
D u r i n p the time t h a t we l i v e d i n Enpl a n d , r went t o Yorkshire and a t t e n d e d the
samP church t h a t an m c e s t o r was b a n t i s e d i n
d u r i n p 1666, Tt was even t h e same f o n t !
k
a,
P
cd
rl
0
0
In E h c l a n d , d u r i n g the same era, I * v e
J o e a t e d three, a n c e s t o r s w i t h t h e same f i r s t
name,
Fach one h a s a d i f f e r e n t f a t h e r and I
? e a r n e d t h a t o n e man d.Ied i n E h g l a n d .
tJ
a
s
.rl
a,
0
a,
p:
A huR e hook u s e d t o r e c o r d ' taxes d o e s
.I.i.st t h e name o f a William Weringham as h e
was t a x e d f o r b e i n g a b a c h e l o r , in 1.69!j0 Jt
j.s u m c e r t a . i n ifh e f s t h e a n c . e s t o r that I am
seekinfr o:r i f t h e o n e i n Yorkshire l e f t I t m a
U
went to Tiondon, On. t h e o t h e r h a n d , t h e o t h e r
man may have o r i g i n a l l y , been from Yorkshlre,
( T h e hook i s i n t h e B r i t i s h Museum,)
Tf anvone can q l v e m e i n f o r m a t i o n t h a t I
d o not h a v e o T would be m m t p r a t G f u l ,
T wfll
exchanrre j n f o r m a t i o n w i t h anyone who i s I n t e r e s t e d ,
- S a l l y E, mmke
12607 L i m e r i c k A v e a p Austin TX 78727
Name of Compiler Constance C .
Ryers
5002 Pack Saddle Pass
Address
A-h
&he
Person No. 1 on this chart is the same
person as N o . 1 8 o n chart N o . 1 . .
Chart N o . 3
W i l l i a m Walker
p. 22 J u l y 1666 (_Ffy-of-~
m. 6 rhy 1686
d. 30 Oct 1732
171 Sarah Goodenow
16
C.Y,*L.
Austin. TX
April 8, 1953
city, State
Date-
4
78745
John Walker
8
(Father d No. 4)
b.
p.b.
F’hineas Yalker
( F a t h e r d No.
2)
__
SePt
1693
Sudbury, HA
rn.
d.
p.d
Sudbury, PlA
(Father of N a 9.
m.
John Clapp
b.
m.
d.
( F a t h e r of N a 5)
p.b.
1&O
d.
Uaniel Estabrooics
m. 21 NOV 1701
Abigail Es-tabrools
..._
(Mother d
Na 5)
B a t h e r oi N a 11.
?onL on c h a n No.
~
-d.
1737
Abigail F l i n t
23
d.
p.d.
p.b.
__
(Mother d N a 10.
Cont. m c h a n N a __
P.d
11
( F a t h e r of N a 10.
ConL M c h a n N a
1707
b.
d.
17 Liar 1723/4
-m.
1 J a n 1684/~oN.onchanN
E l i z a b e t h Smith
21
1671
b.
__
Joseph Stanhone
18
Jemimah Stanhope
10
(Mother of N a 8 .
ConL o n c h a n No.
b.
d.
1717
27 Flay
RP-
UI L I I . r l
24
Dummers tor,, VT
m.
(Father d N a 12.
on cham N a -
ConL
m.
12
I1 Apr 1855
Dubuque, IA
d.
(Fnthcr d No. 6)
.
12.
~~
p.b.
d.
p.d.
b.
( F n t h e r of H a 7 )
I”;
(hlaber d No.
p.b.
d.
p.d.
~~
~
__
m.
14
I
(Father of N a 14,
ConL on c h n n N a
P.
I
29
b.
lhrolher d N a 14.
Conr. m c b n N a
__
(Father ol N o 15.
con^ on r b n N a
__
d.
3)
30
b.
m.
15
(Mother d N o 7)
d.
--
I
311
71
b.
d.
(Muhrr of N a
IS,
Cont. on cham No.
-:
MRS. PAT CULPEPPER
2212 Tallow Court
Austin. TX 78744
.
DR. SAMUEL WILSON P'IOWTGOPIERY
~ r Nantgomery
,
was one o f the early practitioners in
Van Zandt county and like many others of his day he was
a native of Tennessee, born there on 23 Apr
1827 in the
town of Ramer Station in MC Nairy county, The town of
m e r was n m e d after the father-in-law of his sister
Mary, who married John Rnmer, Yohn and Mary Ramer had
at least four sons,, Roark, "hornas, Samuel and Felix who
later became a Doctor,
In addition to his sister Mary, Samuel had at least five
brothers, James M,,Pfarion, Roark, John PI,, Jeff and a
second sister Plargaret, Ymes H, Montgomery also became a
doctor and practiced in Smith countyjust across the county
line in Jamestown, Same8 was [email protected] father of George W O pAgnes
and Mary Elizabeth (Mollbe) who later married Rufus B ,
Spearsp a n early settler of Van Zandt county, Pks, Pi, J,
(Pfaudie) Spears is still a resident of Grand Saline, Tx,
Another brother John €4, became a physieian and practiced
in Mississippi and Yela C Q W ~ Y Arkansas.
Samuel Wilson f i r s t married MaPissa E, Strickland 9 Yan
1848, They lived in TippaPl county Mississippi where he was
a fanner, There is no record o f any children and she apparently died early in thelr marriage, On 9 Sep 1857 Dr,
Samuel married Caroline E, (Thomas) A s h f o r d , born 30 Oct
1830 in N o C, They lived in Yalobusha County Miss, where
Samuel was a Protestant Methodist Minister, They had two
children Margaret and Morrison, Sometime in the early 18609s
Samuel apparently went to Eclectic Medical school because
he was a part-time doctor in the Civil War, About 1867,
74
.
Dr.
a f t e r C a r o l i n e had d i e d 1 7 Jul 1864,,
nr.
Samuel Montgomery-2
Montgomery and
h i s t w o c h i l d r e n Maggie and Morrison l e f t M i s s i s s i p p i .
They t r a v e l e d by b o a t down t h e M i s s i s s i p p i r i v e r and bacR
u p t h e Red R i v e r t o J e f f e r s o n ,
Tg.
They t h e n came t o Grand
S a l i n e by t r a i n and wagon and s e t t l e d n e a r b y a t C r e a g l e v i l l e .
On 2 5 May 1870 D r .
Montgomery m a r r i e d Lucinda (Bottoms)
Ilc E l r o y , Lucinda w a s t h e n i n t h c t i l d o f 7 , a c h n r i a h Bottoms
and E l i z a b e t h T a y l o r and w a s born i n Cherokee c o u n t y Jan
18.50. Lucinda and Samuel had a t l e a s t n i n e c h i l d r e n . D e s d a
b o r n 18 J u l 1871, d i e d Sep 1873; son F, Marion b o r n 17 Aug
1873, d i e d 1 4 Aug 1955; dau. Maude born 1876/77; d a u . Nora
b o r n 4 Flay 1880; son R o b e r t Emmet b o r n 1 2 Jah 1882, d i e d
20 June
1957; dau. Sue b o r n 31 Aug 1886, d i e d 24 Aug 1919;
one o t h e r d a u g h t e r B e r t h a and two o t h e r sons, Wm J e f f e r s o n
a n d James Lee.,
Lockhart,
Maude m a r r i e d Yoe Howard, Nora m a r r i e d W i l l i e
Sue m a r r i e d 1st C a r l Mc C a r t e r , 2nd John W.
Gossett.
D r . llontgomery w a s on the Van Zandt c o u n t y tax r o l l s for
t h e 18700s and 18809s u n d e r t h e H. C r e a g l e , J. J. Kuykendall,
Joseph Cox and Wm, D a n i e l h e a d r i g h t s . The D o c t o r and h i s
family l i v e d n e a r t h e o l d C r e a g l e v i l l e Cemetary where h e
and Lucinda as w e l l as two c h i l d r e n a r e b u r i e d . Lucinda
d i e d a b o u t 1889 and he d i e d
h i s brother Dr.
16 Jan 1892, one day b e f o r e
James M. Nontgomery.
S u b m i t t e d by Sam W. Montgomery-5903 Shoalwood-Austin,
75
Tx.
.
0
!
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
6
Q
D
I
1
I
*I
on
-LO
I
I
I
I
I
CI
h
I
2-0
3
=eD
a-
-
D
0
-0
m*
I&=-
am a
- s u
4
1 I
em=
2
2
:!%
D
m
I
I
I
o
E
-
CODE0--
P
a=
aaa
6PDW
ar
8
-0-
--O#--
-am-
m-m
a
a1 I
mmw
m
3
I r n
1 m
I
I
I
e
I
I
.DIM-
.-an
O
I
I
h
P
:i
P
L
P
P
I
Y3
I
I
E
!
1
a
=
Q t -
a 0
E
T-Q
a- o m
d!=at-uz
UL
O
3w
e-
-?=sea
d
Ua - 9
a-
am m e
-c.
a -
-m
ml
u
zz
1 1 1 1 1
0 0-w
n
€3
1
I
k I
I
K I
I
a :
I
HI
I
6a:
------------- T
7-9 6hii'C:'larron
I 510 E. Braker Lane
I Austin, TX 78753
81 H i l l i a o flcClung (RS)
i
I
I
I
!
!
i
16 I
7 flay 1984
I
I
I
I-
_____________
41 Patrick FIcClun CI
I b- 5 Ray 179!
I w-Wilkes Co. 6A
1 0-30 Bay 1821
I d-10 AU 1869
w-Bloun! to,, TW
i
21 Cowan FI.'NcClung (csA)--_-I b-18 Feb 1822
I w-Blount Co, T#
I O- 2 Dct l85b
I d- 7 Jun 1895
I w-flavayo Co,, TX
II
I
I
I
I
i
__________ ii
b-ca 1761
w-Rockbrid e Co., VA
0-12 WOV 1789
d-14 Feb 1837
u-Blount to,, TW
I
I
I
91 Eu heoia Cunninghee
9 BFI 1769
h a_________________
171 Ann 6ra
b-ca 1
d-after 1798
_________
181 P e t r ick Cunni nghaa
I
bI d- 4 Feb 1800
___________
k-u-tsc1
d-28 Jan 1843
u-Blount Co,, TW
10: Andrew Couan
b-11 Jan 1772"""
a-tVAI
I 0-14 Feb 1797
d-ca1840
u-Blount Co., TW
i
/3
--- I
I
21 I
zb
d-
2 7
3.
Nargaret Trioble
b- 1 WOV 1741
d-1J Sep I801
B
_________ 27
36
.i?/
___________ 3.T
23G
d
24 I
I
121
i
Wn-
#-Is
I
I /
/z
20 I
i-23 l a y 1812
I
10
19i
22 I Nicheel Wood5 IRS)
I b-10 NOV 1735
d-28 Jan 1808
11 Sarah Eugenia #cClung--____
b-28 Rug 1855
w-Soith Co. TX
0-28 Jan i d 5 to-John a. Barron
d-16 #a 1895
#-[Van iandt to., 1x1
I
+
25 i Elizabeth IBethany?l_______c z
33.
bLJ-C
d4-5
26 I
I
Deshul t z [Cherokee Indianl---_i
bP27
d-
I
U'
d-
I
u-[Covington Co.1, NS
d-27 Jul 1876
w-Wavarro Co,, TX
1
I
I
i
_____________
71 Elizabeth Watts
b-ca 1808
w-~A
d-b 18BO
n - d o i t h Co., 1x3
I
I
I
b-ca1771
0-
d-wk 27 Jan 1854
#-Soith Co., TX
I
I
151 Elizabeth L o t t
bd-by 1850
03
I
a-sc
W-
C H A R T
01 Saoa a5 817 on 1
_________
14: m m a 5 watt3------------------
I
I
I
281 John A. Watts (RS)
I bII d-after 1818
U-
---------------
291 Judith Rawle
bd-
301 Arthur L o t t (RS)
I bd-23 Ray 1812
________________ i
63
C l
___________
311 Dsshultz [Cherokee Indianlb-
d-
Copyright (c) 1983 John C. Barron
77
-
i
i
I
Dp
4
I
!
I
awLoDm
4?44
O
I
O
O
I
I
0
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
at
I
W
I
I
I
I
I
R I I
-- 00
RI
2 -J-
I
I
I
I
I
an
Q W
C
L
d
I 11
mad
I 11
IE-W
II
I 1
QWV
I 11
eh-7
I I D
zp
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
:
I
I
I
I
I
I
6l.m
mm
m w
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
11
I
1
I
!
I
I
I
II
I
I
I
II
I
I
m.m
11
0
I 1
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
8
I
I
I
Q'd
I I 1
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
:
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
D
4
I
=WI
5
D
D
Jz
,P
I
I
I
I
I
:
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
-
1
z d I
& :
16I
I
81
I
I
I
I
! 8 flay 1984
!
I
!
i
---------.-.
I
4: Sap;dJl;@$q8
I
I u-Franklin Co., 6A
I o-cal820
I d-17 Dct 1870
I u-Franklin Co., 68
7
181
I
I
91
I
I
21
I
I
#-Franklin Co., 61
0-30 NOV 1849
d- 4 J u l 1894
.
!
51 Elizabeth Addison ----"-T--b -ca 1801
-
.I . n-.
i
I
22 I
I
________
I
I
I
I
I
I
L
.
!
U-
24 I
I
121
I
I
_____________ I
I
I
bd-
d-
11 #ary Caroline Guest
b-17 #a 1868
M-Frantlin to,, 64
0-18 Dec 1884 to-John flontgooery #asscy
d-15 flay 1956
r - l a v a y o to., TX
bd-
bI Nathaniel A ers
I b-17 Bec 1788
I w-Surry co. nc
I 0-12 Jan l e i 3
I d-10 Ray 1846
I u-Habershao Coo, 6A
I
I
!
I
i
b-
d-
13 I
27 I
U-
d- 2 JuI 1836
#-Franklin Co.,
64
d-
BLANCHE KELLY, 2324 Ave. 0, Galveston, Tx. 77550
Ahnentafel ancestor table. The father of any number is twice
that number, the mother is twice plus one.
1.
2.
Blanche Kelly
Charles Abner Kelly
3.
Rhoda Blanche Brunton
4*
George Abner Kelly
5.
Nancy Clary
6.
Rufus Jerome B. Brunton
7.
Arclissa Charlotte Gibbens
8.
Isaac W. Kelly
9.
Sarah Ann Billick
10.
William P. Clary
11.
Evaline Foxworthy
12
John Brunton
13.
Susannah Stropes
15.
Lucy Drew Gibbens
16.
Samuel Kelly
17.
Catherine Webb
18.
George Billick
19.
Sally
20.
Joseph Clary
21.
Rebecca Carr
22.
Thomas Foxworthy
23.
24.
Nancy Evans (#2 HusbandJoseph Friaell)
Thomas Brunton
26.
John Stropes
27.
Eleanor Fox
30.
James Gibbens
31.
Gehannah Kittle
b
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
d
b
1 1 Aug 1926, Portsmouth, Ohio
29 Mar 1875, Mt. Carmel, Ky.
31 Aug 1940, Indpls, Ind.
12 Jun 1885, Jackson Co,
1 1 Jun
1 May
16 Jan
2 Jan
12 Oct
9 Nov
21 Nov
16 Dec
16 Sep
16 Oct
20 Dec
20 Jan
29 Oct
22 Mar
23 Nov
14 Feb
1 1 Feb
9 Sep
27 Aug
19 Jan
22 Aug
6 Mar
ca
ca
ca
1845,
1878,
1851,
1931,
1854,
1933,
1816,
1900,
1815,
1896,
1816,
1888,
1820,
1865,
1811,
1879,
1816,
1887,
1838,
1904,
1790,
1875,
1793,
1876,
1778,
1835,
1785,
1845,
1788,
July 1865,
ca 1795,
by 1850,
1790,
Nov 1830,
1794,
ca 1845,
ca 1790,
d
aft 1830,
b 2 Dec 1782,
ca 1840,
d
b 24 Oct 1782,
ca 1845,
d
b . 1 Feb 1799,
d 2 SeP 1886,
b 25 Dec 1797,
d 24 May 1884,
80
0.
30 May 1977, Wheelersburg, 0.
7 Feb 1847, Mt. Gilead, Ky.
12 Sept 1909, Mt. Carmel, Ky.
Mt. Carmel, Ky.
Mt. Carmel, Ky.
Jackson C o g 0.
Portsmouth, 0.
Wheelersburg, 0 .
Portsmouth, 0.
Allegheny Coo Pa.
Mt. Carmel, Ky.
Allegheny C o g Pa.
Mt. Carmel, Ky.
Lewis Cog Ky.
Lewis Co, Ky.
Fleming CO, Ky.
Fleming c o p Ky.
York C o g Pa.
Jackson C o g 0.
Jackson Co, 0.
Jackson c o p 0.
Wheelersburg, 0.
Portsmouth, 0.
Allegheny Cog Pa.
McKeesport, Pa.
Pa
McKeesport, Pa.
Berks C O , Pa.
Allegheny C o g Pa.
Pa
Allegheny coo Pa.
Frederick c0, Md.
Lewis c 0 , Ky.
Pa
Lewis Co, Ky.
P r o William cop Va.
Fleming C o g Ky.
Pa/Va.
Lewis cog Ky.
York C O , Pa.
lost on trip to Pa.
England
Jackson Co, 0.
Pa
Jackson Co, 0.
Wood C O P (W>Va.
Scioto Co, 0.
Randolph G o , Va,
Scioto cog 0.
BLANCHE KELLY, 2324 Ave 0, Galveston, Tx. 77550
32.
33.
34
35.
36.
40
.
42
43
44
0
William Carr
Rebecca Whirley
William Foxworthy
45
Clarissa Calvert
46.
62.
Squire Evans
John Brunton
Lydia Marsh
John Gibbens
Catherine Herbaugh
George Kittle
63.
Katy Bickel
48.
49.
60.
61.
d
d
b
b
1
b
d
b
John Kelly
Elizabeth Boyd
Isaac Webb
Jenny (Calhoon ? )
Emmanuel Billig
David Clary
72.
80.
81.
88.
89.
90
Sarah Polk
Samuel Boyd
Johann Arnold Billig
Benjamin Clary
Eleanor (Gerrard)
John F. Foxworthy
Sarah Nortlocutt
William Calvert
161.
178.
180.
196.
197.
248.
249.
250.
251.
320.
322.
360.
Pa.
in Berks Co, Pa.
1754, Baltimore Co, Md.
1820 Fleming cog Ky.
1745, Pa; d 1814 Lewis Co, Ky.
It
II
I1
Hannah
Peter Marsh
Margaret;'
124. Abraham Kittle
.
c 0 9
11
b 1726, Stafford Co, Va.
d 15 Aug 1811, Mason Co, Ky.
91.
98.
99.
125.
126.
128.
129.
130.
160.
1 Feb 1827, Allegheny
1755 Pa, d 184+, Allghny Co, Pa.
1760 Pa, d Allegheny Co, Pa.
b 1 Apr 1753, P r o Wm. Co, Va.
d 17 Jure 1837, Fleming Co, Ky.
b 19 May 1758, Pr. Wm. Co, Va.
d
1846, Fleming Co, Ky.
b ca 1755 Va/Pa, d aft 1817, Ky.
b 1740-50, d aft 1830 York Co, Pa.
b 1752 Pa, d by 1820 York Co, Pa.
b (W) Va. d by 1810, Wood Co, Va.
b Va, d by 1820, Wocd Co, (W)Va.
b 16 Nov 1774, Ulster Co, N.Y.
d 17 Nov 1813, Roanoke, Va.
b 20 June 1773, Randolph Co, Va.
d 1801, Beverly, (W) Va.
b 1741 Dauphin Co, Pa.
d 18 Feb 1832 Union Co,-Pa.
b Pa; d 2 Jan 1831, Union Co, Pa.
lived Pa.
lived Pa.
b 1722 Md; d 1783 Baltimore Co, Md.
lived Maryland
lived Stafford Co, Va.
6.4. John Kelly
65.
66.
6 Aug 1833, Allegheny Co, Pa.
b 1718 Ireland, d 1789 York cop Pa.
b Wales, d York C o p Pa.
b 1 Jan 1731, Minisink, N.Y.
d 16 Sept 1816, Randolph Co,(W)Va.
b 19 May 1736 N.Y; d 22 Aug 1801 W.Va.
lived in RandolFh Co, W. Va.
b 1709 Ireland, d 1769 Dauphin Co,Pa.
b 1708 Ulster, d 1782 DauFhin Co, Pa.
d 1782 Union C o , Pa.
1684-1728, lived in Marqland
Christina Westfall
Jacob Bickle
Patrick Kelly
Rachael Wineas
James Poak
John Clary
Elizabeth Haly
William Northcutt
George C.alvert
Joshua Marsh
Elizabeth Rogers
Richard Kittle
Rachel Van Etten
Johannes Westvael
ApFollonia Kortright
John Clary
Clement Haly
George Calvert
II
lived Stafford Co. Va.
b 1694 Stafford Co, Va; d 1772 Va.
b 1670 Co. Armagh, Ire; d Pa.
b Co Armagh, Ire; d Pa.
b 1697 Marbletown,N.Y.
b 20 Jun 1708, Knightsfield, J.Y.
lived N.Y. early 1700's.
11
I1
11
b 166C Va.
b 1654 Va; d 1695 Md.
b 1668 Charles c 0 9 Md; d 1700 Va.
81
Jean Byerly Mufnabl
Rt, 1, Box 600
L a Grange, Texas 78945
GEORGE BYERLY
and
REBECCA bNlX?EWS
Where d i d a l l t h e i r c h i l d r e n go? 1 have been working
on t h i s f a m i l y f o r s e v e r a l y e a r s and h a v e n ' t found much i n formation about the c h i l d r e n of Georee and Rebecca Andrews
Byerly
George and Rebecca were t h e p a r e n t s o f t e n c h i l d r e n ,
Martin, W i l l i a m F. " B i l l " , Gabriel, Stephen John, h i s twin
Nancy C . Robert, James " J i m " , Margaret A.., "HarEery", Sarah,
and Georgeanna
We b e l i e v e t h e whole family moved t o F a y e t t e County i n
George was dead by 1855. H i s c h i l d r e n
were mentioned i n George's f a t h e r ' s e s t a t e - - p a p e r s o f 1855e
GeorEe's f a t h e r was Martin Byerly of J a s p e r County Texas,
George was i n Jasper County on t h e 1840 t a x l i s t . He is
found on t h e 1850 Walker County Census. Rebecca and some of
h e r c h i l d r e n a r e found on t h e F a y e t t e County 1860 Census.
t h e e a r l y 1850s.
The o l d e s t c h i l d of GeorEe and Rebecca waa a son, M23rtin
Byerly and he was born i n Amite County J!4issiasipoi. In 1855
Martin would have been around 2 1 y e a r s o f age. W
e do n o t
f i n d him on t h e 1860 F a y e t t e County Census. W e wonder i f he
e v e r l e f t Walker County Texas, W e a r e very anxious t o f i n d
out something about t h i s f i r s t c h i l d of t h e George Byerly
Family
a
The second c h i l d o f Georee and Rebecca was W i l l i a m
" B i l l " Byerly. B i l l was a l s o born i n Amite County Missias i p p i on 1 3 t h o f October 1836. H e was married on t h e 3 l s t
of May 1865 i n R u t e r s v i l l e , F a y e t t e County Texas t o a Mrs.
Clementine Koore Ingram (Mrs. William Henderson Ingram).
Mrs. Ingram was t h e mother of two sons by Ingram. The sons
were ' d i l l i a m Alexander Ingram and Samuel Norvall Ingram.
B i l l and CPementine Byerly were t h e p a r e n t s of f i v e
Byerly c h i l d r e n . The names of t h e s e c h i l d r e n were A l t i e ,
sometimes c a l l e d Alice. A l t i e Rebecca Byerly was born i n
1866. She married Paul Rabb and they were t h e p a r e n t s of
two c h i l d r e n . The second c h i l d of B i l l and elementine was
G e o r ~ e pborn 1868 i n Round Top Texas. The t h i r d c h i l d was
E l i z a b e t h 9 sometimes c a l l e d Mary, born 1870 a l s o a t Round
Top. She married Lee 3. Rabb on t h e 4 t h of September 1889.
The f o u r t h c h i l d of B i l l and elementine Byerly was J o b
Stephen, may have been0 c a l l e d J a c k , born i n 1872 i n
Round Top. The f i f t h c h i l d of B i l l and CPementine was
Andrew Byerly, born i n 1876 and d i e d i n 1882.
W i l l i a m F. " B i l l " Byerly d i e d t h e 3 l s t of December
H i s w i f e , Clememthe, d i e d on t h e 1 8 t h of August
1880. We d o n ' t know where t h e y a r e b u r i e d .
1892.
82
J e a n Byerly Hufnall
R t . 1. Box 600
La Granpe, Texas 78945
The t h i r d c h i l d of George and Rebecca Byerly was G a b r i e l
also born i n Amite County Missiasippf around 1837. Gabriel
w a s n ' t l i s t e d i n h i s mother's household i n t h e 1860 F a y e t t e
County Census,, b u t he was l i s t e d on t h a t census i n a n o t h e r
household and was l i v i n g w i t h a S. E. F. Baker. T h e i r occ u p a t i o n was l i s t e d a s waggoner.
The f o u r t h and f i f t h c h i l d r e n o f George and Rebecca were
t w i n s . They were Stephen John and Nancy C . and they were
born i n Texas around 1840.
Stephen J o h n Byerly married on t h e 1 4 t h of June 1874 t o
Margaret Frances B e l l p dauFhter of James C . B e l l and E l i z a
Baker B e l l of F a y e t t e Couniy Texas. Stephen and Margaret had
e l e v e n c h i l d r e n . The names of these c h i l d r e n were John Thomas,
O l i v i a "Libby" L u c r e t a , William B i r d , Viena Maejdelene "Maude",
Benjamin F r a n k l i n , S a l l i e Anna, E l i z a Josephine, E s t e l l a d i e d
very younFs wonder where she i s buried; J e s s i e V a l e n t i n e , James
Martin, and Mary Samuel. Mary Samuel d i e d when she w a s about
Erown. Would a l s o l i k e t b know where she i s b u r i e d .
Nancy C . , twin t o Stephen John, married Albert W . Baker on
t h e 22nd o f February 1860. We know t h a t Albert Baker served i n
t h e C i v i l War f o r t h e South. H e was a c a r p e n t e r .
Robert was t h e s i x t h c h i l d af George and Rebecca. H e waa born
H e may have been R. B. Byerly. There
i n Texas around 1842.
i s a d e a t h d a t e f o r a R. B. Byerly l i s t e d i n Margaret B y e r l y ' s
Bible.
James c a l l e d " J i m " i s t h e seventh c h i l d of Georee and
Xebecca and he was born i n Texas around 1843. The only t h i n g
we have about J i m i s w r i t t e n by a nephew Samuel Ingram son of
Margaret. He wrote, "1 d o n ' t know much about him ( J i m ) .
He
b u i l t lots of undersround c i s t e r n s . H e was o o d d e r e d a good
mechanic i n h i s day."
e
i
The e i g h t h c h i l d was Mqrgaret A . , c a l l e d " % a g ~ i e "and
She was born i n Texas around 1845. She married
"Margery!'
W i l l i a m A . Ingram and they were t h e p a r e n t s of one c h i l d ,
Samuel Ingram.
The n i n t h c h i l d of George and Rebecca w a s S a r a h 9 born i n
Texas around 1848.
The t e n t h c h i l d , Georgeanna, c a l l e d "Georgee" was born
i n Texas about 1852. She married Aus Baker.
Stephen John, mentioned above also served w i t h the
c o n f e d e r a t e s t a t e s i n t h e C i v i l War.
83
b.
cit y , State
Person No. 1 on this chart is the same
person as No.-on
chart No.-o
Chart No.
16
-
(Fdfher of No. 8.
Coru. on chart No.
5 0 0 ~ I~ J
I
I
b.
d.
( M a h e r of No. 8.
CMC. on chon No. -)
b.
ConL on chnrt N
o
.
2
d.
a
20-
10
(Pother of No. S)
b.
m.
d.
(Forber d No. LO.
C ~ aL chnn No. -)
b.
COnL on chon N o . 4
d.
(Mother d No. 10.
'.
W&;
2
P
r d No. 1)
polher d No. 11.
b.
Care on chart No. --)
d.
" Y ,
b.
(Mother d No. 12.
Cor& on chnn No. -)
-.
(Mother of No. 13.
b.
con^ on chnrt No.
-
0
ANNUAL WORKSHOP OF AUSTIN GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
Saturday 18 August 1984
8:30 a o m . - 4.130 p.m.
La Mansidn Hotel
Empresario Room North
6505 I H 35 N o r t h
mile n o r t h of j u n c t i o n of 1-35 and Highway 290
E a s t ; t a k e S t o J o h n ' s Avenue E x i t .
Our d i s t i n g u i s h e d speaker w i l l be Brent Howard Holcomb, e d i t o r
and p u b l i s h e r of t h e South C a r o l i n a Magazine of A n c e s t r a l Researcho
Author of over f i f t y books on t h e C a r o l i n a s , M r o Holcomb w i l l g i v e
us "An Overview of South C a r o l i n a Records" i n t h e morning and d i s cuss "Records of North C a r o l i n a and V i r g i n i a , " as t h e l a t t e r s t a t e
a f f e c t e d records i n the Carolinas 0 i n t h e afternoon.
The p u b l i c i s c o r d i a l l y i n v i t e d t o t a k e advantage of t h i s opport u n i t y t o l e a r n w h a t r e s o u r c e s a r e a v a i l a b l e i n t h e s e a r e a s . A good
s e l e c t i o n of b o o k s w r i t t e n o r e d i t e d by M r . Holcomb w i l l be o f f e r e d
f o r s a l e , as w e l l as g e n e a l o g i c a l f o r m s , notebooks, and books f r o m
other publishers
Coffee w i l l be a v a i l a b l e , and some f r e e m a t e r i a l s w i l l be o f f e r e d f o r your f u t u r e e d i f i c a t i o n .
The p r e - r e g i s t r a t i o n f e e of $22 i n c l u d e s lunch i n t h e b e a u t i f u l Empresario Room C e n t r a l , near t h e meeting roomo This must be r e ceived by August 1 0 t h t o a s s u r e your having a lunch r e s e r v a t i o n , a l though every e f f o r t w i l l be made t o provide f o r t h o s e who a r e unable
t o make advance r e s e r v a t i o n s . A f t e r August 1 0 t h and a t t h e d o o r p
t h e admission f e e w i l l be $25. Checks should be made o u t t o Austin
Genealogical S o c i e t y and s e n t t o t h e T r e a s u r e r , Mrs. J u l i a Vinson,
3106 Skylark Drive, Austin TX 78757.
On t h e r e g i s t r a t i o n form below, each p e r s o n may PRINT n o t more
t h a n S I X surnames b e i n g r e s e a r c h e d . S i n c e a t t e n d e e s presumably w i l l
be i n t e r e s t e d i n t h e C a r o l i n a s and V i r g i n i a , t h e r e ' s a good chance of
f i n d i n g o t h e r r e s e a r c h e r s on t h e same l i n e if you l i s t surnames f r o m
t h o s e s t a t e s . If t h e s l i p i s r e c e i v e d by t h e T r e a s u r e r i n time, t h o s e
names w i l l be d i s p l a y e d on t h e a t t e n d e e ' s name tag.
Each s l i p must show only one r e g i s t r a n t , as t h e y w i l l be used
in drawing f o r door p r i z e s . You MUST be p r e s e n t when your name is
drawn i n order t o win.
- _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - REGISTRATION ( i n c l u d i n g lunch) $22 by 1 0 t h August; $25 t h e r e a f t e r .
Make check payable t o Austin Genealogical S o c i e t y and m a i l t o
Mrs. J u l i a Vinson, 3106 Skylark Dr, Austin TX 78757.
ADDRESS
No.
SURNAMES
Street
City State
ZIP
L
c
<
Y'
.\
PURPOSE: A u s t i n Genealogical S o c i e t y w a s organized i n 1960
as a n o n - p r o f i t c o r p o r a t i o n c h a r t e r e d by t h e S t a t e o f Texas. I t s
purposes a r e t o c o l l e c t and p r e s e r v e g e n e a l o g i c a l and h i s t o r i c a l
i n f o r m a t i o n about t h e people of Texas, p a r t i c u l a r l y p e r t a i n i n g t o
t h e C i t y of A u s t i n and t o Travis and s u r r o u n d i n g c o u n t i e s ; t o i n s t r u c t and assist members i n g e n e a l o g i c a l r e s e a r c h ; and t o p u b l i s h
p u b l i c and p r i v a t e r e c o r d s of g e n e a l o g i c a l i n t e r e s t . G i f t s and
b e q u e s t s t o AGS a r e t a x - d e d u c t i b l e .
MEMBERSHDP i s open t o a l l upon payment of annual dues: $ 9 , o r
Family Memberships $10 f o r t w o i n same household, e n t i t l i n g them
t o one copy of each Q u a r t e r l y , and two pages a p i e c e ( t o t a l o f f o u r )
i n t h e annual Ancestor L i s t i n g s i s s u e ( J u n e ) .
DUES FOR ENSUING
YEAR ARE PAYABLE on o r b e f o r e t h e FIRST DAY OF JANUARY each y e a r .
The March Q u a r t e r l y w i l l n o t be mailed t o t h o s e whose dues have
n o t reached t h e T r e a s u r e r by FEBRUARY FIFTEENTH. ( I t c o s t s a l o t
t o make new m a i l i n g l a b e l s and m a i l s e p a r a t e l y , a f t e r t h e bulk
m a i l i n g h a s been completed.) Send dues t o AGS a t Box 1507, A u s t i n
TX 78767-1507.
( S u b s c r i p t i o n i s same as d u e s . )
. # .
MEETINGS of t h e g e n e r a l membership a r e h e l d a t 7 p.m. on t h e
4 t h Tuesdays ( e x c e p t August and December), while t h e B o a r d o f D i r e c t o r s meets a t 6 : 3 0 . S u b j e c t t o a v a i l a b i l i t y , t h e y w i l l be h e l d
i n t h e Reception Room of A u s t i n H i s t o r y C e n t e r , 810 Guadalupe, j u s t
n o r t h of t h e new C e n t r a l L i b r a r y . V i s i t o r s a r e welcome. On meeti n g n i g h t s , members and g u e s t s may p a r k f r e e a c r o s s t h e s t r e e t e a s t
of t h e l i b r a r y i n t h e p a r k i n g l o t o f H i r s h f e l d House, a f t e r 5 : 3 0
p.m. We a r e g r a t e f u l t o t h e management f o r t h i s c o u r t e s y .
?,
9
I
AGS QUARTERLY i s p u b l i s h e d l a t e i n March, June, September and
November--sent f r e e t o a l l members. To s a v e time and Dostage. send
m a t e r i a l f o r and l e t t e r s about t h e Q u a r t e r l y ( e x c e p t s;bscryptions)
t o E d i t o r a t 2202 W . 1 0 , Austin TX 78703.
C o n t r i b u t i o n s a r e welcome, and used a t t h e d i s c r e t i o n of t h e e d i t o r , who may e d i t them
t o conform t o o u r f o r m a t . N e i t h e r t h e e d i t o r nor t h e S o c i e t y s h a l l
be h e l d r e s p o n s i b l e f o r such m a t e r i a l ; c o n t r i b u t o r must vouch f o r
i t s accuracy o r d i s c l a i m i t , and i s r e s p o n s i b l e f o r c o p y r i g h t i n f r i n g e m e n t . DEADLINES: 1 0 t h of F e b r u a r y , May, August, October.
N o n - P r o f i t Org.
U.S. Postage Paid
A U S T I N GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
Box 1507, A u s t i n TX 78767-1507
Austin, Texas
P e r m i t No. 2614
RETURN POSTAGE GUARANTEED
M r s . Nan P o l k IBrady
141 1 Parkinson
Austin, TX
I
-~
A
1
I
78704
I
I
J
-..-.
~-

Similar documents