Looking for the ancesters and descendants of John and Mary SHOWS who married in Jasper Co, SC lived in Columbia and Twiggs Counties GA, and Covington and Jones Counties MS. Their offspring were Adam, John, Jr., James, Cornelius Holmes, Mary Nancy, Sarah M., Hannah, and Daniel. Some of the descendants migrated to Lawrence Co., MS, Jackson, Winn, and Point Coupee Parishes in LA, Lavaca, DeWitt, and Red River Counties in TX
DUKE, W. E. born around 1815 in Tennessee. His name may be Woodson E. DUKE with perhaps a brother named Pleasant DUKE. Woodson E. DUKE arrived in Texas May of 1836 probably Bowie County. He is found on the 1850 census married to someone other than Sarah (Perhaps NORFLEET) and with a 2 month old child. The Bowie County 1860 census show W. E. DUKE married to Sarah with Lucy NORFLEET DUKE (COGDELL) who was born in Bowie County January 1858. W. E. DUKE apparently married Sarah (perhaps NORFLEET) around 1858 probably in Bowie Co, Texas. If W. E. is Woodson, then this would be another marriage. By 1870, W. E. DUKE was in Red River County. Another daughter Fanny was born in 1861 but I do not know where. I do not believe she lived to adulthood. I am trying to figure out who W. E. DUKE is - hoping he is Woodson DUKE. Anyone have any information, please email me.
I am researching the descendants of Washington Henry LOCK(E) b. 1803 Lee County Va 2 of his Son's , George Sims LOCKE & Jacob Monroe LOCKE both lived in Fannin County Texas . I believe Washington Henry LOCK(E) and family had lived in Red River County Tx pryor to moving to Fannin County Tx ? Jacob Monroe LOCK(E) b. June 15, 1863 is believed to have been born in Red River County , but I can't find any proof . It is also possible that Washington H. LOCK(E) is buried in Red River County ? but again no proof has been found . Can anyone help me prove that my Lock(e)'s lived in Red River County Tx around the 1860's ? Thanks !! Don
Ulysus Littleton and (Mitty? or Mittie? SPIKES ) were married in the 1880's in red river county, texas. They had three daughters named: Lillie Pearl, Maudie, and Agnes. Lillie Pearl was my mother. Does anyone have any information about them, thank you.
My gr. grandfather, Frank H. HENRY married Laura Caldora GUEST ca. 1884 presumably in or around Clarksville, TX. Laura Caldora GUEST had a sister name Susan or Sarah, and at least two brothers named Thomas and Issac. The Guest family were told to be in the Banking business in Clarksville,TX . Laura's sister is told to be the Mother of John Nance GARNER, Vice President. Frank H. and Laura Caldora GUEST HENRY had two children: Frank Calvin HENRY and Ellen HENRY. I know nothing about Ellen. I do know that Frank H. HENRY was considerably older than Laura Caldora when they married. Frank died 1917 somewhere around Wicks, AR. I am looking for any and all ancestors and/or descendants of the above Henry and Guest family name. Carla Henry Horne >> > >
My g-grandfather, Jasper N. DEGUIRE and his future bride, Lucinda P. CHISHOLM, both attended private boarding school in Clarksville during the period of 1851-1853, approximately. I am searching for information on the several private schools that flourished in Clarksville at that time, in particular the names of the operators-owners of these schools.
I am searching for information on - Benjamin WOLF(E was b. Nov 25, 1807 in VA, and d. Sept 05, 1882. He married Louisa ENGLISH April 12, 1832 in Cape Girardeau Co, MO, dau. of Thomas ENGLISH and Jane WICKER. Bemjamin and Louisa are supposed to buried in the ENGLISH Family Cem, Red River Co, TX. Do not know if the "English Cemetery" existed. Children of Benjamin WOLF(E) and Louisa ENGLISH are: Martha Elizabeth b. Jan 30, 1833, Cape Girardeau Co, MO; d. Jan 06, 1846, Cape Girardeau Co, MO.; John WOLF, b. 1835, MO.; Joseph b. 1835 in MO. Joseph m. Elizabeth ?.; Charity b. 1840, MO.; Robert b. 1840 in MO.; Mary Agnes b. 1845, MO. 1860 RR CO TX Census listing - Benjamin WOLF (53 m VA) Louisa(59 f GA) John(25 m MO) Robert(20 m MO) Mary(17 f MO). I appreciate any helpfull info available. I also would like to know info about Benjamin's parents and siblings. Thank you.
I am looking for the parents of John L. DODD. His son, George Oscar DODD died in Lamar Co. His wife was Rebecca KENNEDY and they were in Bartow (formerly Cass) Co., GA in 1880. John was born in SC (probably Union or Spratanburg Counties). Does anyone know anything about W. H. DODD b. 22 Feb 1826 and wife Sarah A. b. 11 Sep 1826 buried in Red River Co.? Or H. C. G. DODD Sr. b. 25 Feb 1828 Union District, SC or Herschell V. DODD b. 18 Jan 1853 Cass Co., GA -- both buried in Dodd Graveyard southwest of Clarksville in Red River Co.?
Searching for information on the following names: W.L. MARONEY, Vernie GARRISON, Amanda BOLGUEM, Lizzie JONES...These three sibblings all lived in Detroit, TX around 1900. They had another sister, Soletha Maroney AUTREY of DeQueen, AR. If you have any information on this family, please e-mail me! Thank you, Janie Autrey Hellyer FmlyLrngEx@aol.com
Would like to correspond with anyone researching the SCAFF family (descendants of John SCAFF and Tyrena J. HIGGINBOTHAM, any SWIM or CHERRY family researchers, Descendants of Samuel HALE and Ann DIXON, of John TERRY and Lucinda REED, and George DICKSON and Martha CHERRY. Will Exchange.
I am searching the CLAUNCH line. My ggrandfather, John G. CLAUNCH was to have made a trip on horseback in 1881 from Oklahoma to Texas but died on the way in Red River County. Is there anyway or anyone that would be willing to look for a death certificate at the Red River Courthouse for me? If you have any info on a CLAUNCH line, I would appreciate a reply. Thanks for any help or suggestions. Mike Claunch.
Any help appreciated on finding links to this famous Texas family!!! 6. James Redmon 6 LOW (Henry LEVI 5 , Charles Wesley 4 , Phillip 3 LOW SR., John 2 LOW, LAWERENCE 1 was born January 14, 1881 in Woodland, Red River Co., Texas, and died October 02, 1973 in Woodland, Red River Co., Texas. He married Viola PENDER January 08, 1911, daughter of Hugh PENDER and Martha WARD. Children of James LOW and Viola PENDER are: i. Delbert 7 LOW, b. June 16, 1912, Woodland, Red River Co., Texas; m. Mona Alice WEBB. ii. Ester Mae LOW, b. October 19, 1913, Woodland, Red River Co., Texas; d. 1995, Woodland, Red River Co., Texas; m. Alvin WOOD. iii. Elmon Floyd LOW, b. January 12, 1918, Woodland, Red River Co., Texas; d. March 03, 1987, Medera, Medera Co., California; m. (1) Suzella NASH, Mercede, Mercede Co., California; m. (2) Agnes Lucille POWELL, March 17, 1938, Woodland, Red River Co., Texas; m. (3) Martha CARTER, April 10, 1970, Medera, Medera Co., California.
James Allen UPCHURCH came to Detroit, with his mother, Elizabeth Adeline SCHOFFNER and brothers from N.C. about 1870.Married Margaret BLACKBURN, July, 1879,Red River Co., their son James Robert UPCHURCH was born in Post Oak. Margarets father, Sam BLACKBURN,married second, Victoria DUDLEY. I will exchange information freely on these families.I need any evidence to put them in Red River Co.,as our family stories have passed this information down. Thank you, Jeanene
Looking for all descendants of Thomas J. MORRIS, His first child was Mary Priscille, my grt- grandmother. He was born in TN in 1816. . I have only seen an initial for his wife -P. She was also born in TN but much later. They were in Red River Co. in the 1850s through the 1880s . Thomas may have been there before this time.He was dead by the 1880 census. I could really use help with this line. Thank you. Charmaine
Seeking information on Clarksville residents Forest and Bonnie GAMBLE (or GAMBILL), specifically who Bonnie's parents were. Her twin brother was Barnie. Her mother was Sarah "Sallie" (b. 1864, d. abt. 1940); don't know who her father was. Forest died 1998.
I'm researching Joseph Wallace MAYES(dob 1873) and his wife Martha Susan LEAR Mayes(dob 1854). This family came to your area from Todd County, Kentucky around 1878. They brought 2 sons with them, born in Kentucky. (1) Charlie Hutchings MAYES(dob 1873) (2) Dink MAYES(dob 1877). They had 3 daughters after they settled here.(1) Lydia J. MAYES(dob 1879) (2) Nora Mayes(dob 1879) (3) Callie Dona MAYES( dob 1890). Joseph is buried in Titus County at Center Grove Cemetery( dod Nov 2, 1919). Martha Susan is buried in Red River County at Aiken Grove Cemetery(dod Nov 1918). I have been fortunate in my search to have located " family" also searching, through the "sister" page of this one, in Todd County, Kentucky. Because of her generousity in sharing information, I now have the LEAR family back to the Revolutionary War. This "fellow searcher" is a descendant from Thomas Jackson MAYES( dob 1849) a brother to Joseph Wallace. An interesting fact is these two brothers married sisters. Thomas married Mary Ann (Pollie)LEAR( dob 1850). I know there are lots of Mayes in the Bogata area and would love to hear from you. And...if you would happen to know the name of Joseph and Thomas's parents, I would be eternally grateful! I plan on coming to Bogata before the first of the year, to visit family and do some "research". If you know this family, I'll really like to hear from you. Wishing all of you a blessed and safe Thanksgiving. Dianne Mayes Hamilton widow of Roy Wayne MAYES 1941-1990 mother of Craig Allison MAYES 1972-1997
I am looking for the parents of Verna Katherine HARVEY, She was born in Red River County in 1905. She married Thomas Jefferson TAYLOR, III and they had Patricia Ann TAYLOR born in 1932 and Shirley Jean TAYLOR born in Tarrant County, Tx. This branch of the TAYLOR family lives in Tarrant County Texas and will die out when my mother and aunt pass on.
I am searching for information regarding Joseph or J M KENNEDY who was born in Ga. He enlisted into the 9th Tex Infantry in 1861 in Clarksville, Tex. I am interested in learning anything that I can for the period of time that he lived in Clarksville. He appears in the 1860 census in Clarksville
I am helping my cousin look for his half brother, whose father would have been Cecil DRIGGERS and the mother's name may have been Jean. This sibling would have probably been born sometime in the 1930's, around the Stephens County area, & the last anything was heard, which was many years ago, he was in the Velma, Okla. area. We've also been told (don't know for sure) he is a coach of some kind, somewhere. If any of this rings a bell with you or anyone, please send me an E-mail at email@example.com. Thank you very much. Sharon (Driggers) Hill
I am trying to find more information on my great- grandmother's family. Her parents were Charles W. Leslie and Margaret Beaty ROGERS. Her father is remembered only as "Dr. ROGERS" and was supposed to to live in the Clarksville area. She would have been born in the 1840s-1860s and was born in Texas Charles W. LESLIE was supposed to have been born in Arkansas. They were married in Clarksville around 1880, probably on marriage certificate C.W. LESLIE and Maggie B. ROGERS. I believe her mother's name may have been Beaty, but we don't know anything about her. She is supposed to have had a cousin that became a senator, and I have seen a BEATY listed in an old 1910 newspaper who was a judge in Red River County, could be him. They later moved to Whitesboro in Grayson County where my great-grandmother, Leila Leslie RUSSOM was born in 1884. All of the family as far as I know were tenant farmers, except for the senator and "Dr. ROGERS".
My great grandfather John W. BLANKENSHIP/BLANKINSHIP enlisted in the CSA 11th Texas Infantry Regiment (Ashley Speight's Regiment) in Red River, Co., Tx in about 1861-62. He was from Nacogdoches Co, Tx (Attoyac, TX). Do you have any records of CSA enlistments for the Civil War? I am wondering why he went so far north to enlist! He was also in the Texas 29th Cavalry Regiment, Co F (DeMorse's Regiment).
Dr. G.T. ELLIOTT divorced his wife Mary ESTES, to marry Nancy C Tutt in 1900, Red River Co. TX. George (G.T.) and Nancy divorced their spouses on the same day and married a month later. The 1900 census shows them living next door to his exwife and children. What became of his 1st wife Mary? Does anyone know if she remarried, or where she is burried? Thank you~