I am looking for the decendants of William Green SMITH and E S LASSITER. William Green born 12 Oct 1826 TN, married E S LASSITER 1850 Calloway Co.,KY. First known born was William R. SMITH 11 Sept 1852 Calloway Co., KY. Nancy Virginia SMITH born 27 or 29 Sept 1855 also in Calloway Co., KY. Other children were ( I only know intials and approximate date of birth) J S SMITH b: abt 1859 TX (female) J S SMITH b: abt 1862 TX (male) J R SMITH b: abt 1966 TX (male) Info was found on the Washington Co., AR census information but shared information suggests that the decendants of William Green SMITH returned to and settled in Red River Co., TX area. Would love to share information that I have with distant cousins. C J Marzullo
Would appreciate any information about CRAIN's in Red River County, past or present. My great grandfather's brother, James B. CRAIN b. 1807, KY, moved from Missouri to Lamar County in 1866. His grown sons, James Henderson CRAIN b 1837, TN and John K. CRAIN b ca 1841, TN settled in Clarksville, Red River County about the same time. John K. married Susannah WHITEMAN. Their children were Elizabeth, Sally, Leon, Tottie, John K. Jr., Charles, and Bunyan. Bunyan was living in Avery as late as 1947. James B. CRAIN's daughter, Tennessee b 1845, MO, married Squire WHITEMAN. James Henderson ("Pony") CRAIN married Permelia Jane WHITEMAN b 1847, Illinois. Their children were William Henry b 1868, Sarah Charlotte, and James Amos. Sarah Charlotte b Jan. 1870 died 18 Feb.1870 , James Amos b Jan. 1871 died March 1871. Permelia died March 1871. The following year James Henderson died of pneumonia leaving William Henry CRAIN as the sole survivor. James Henderson and John K. served together in the 3rd Missouri Calvary CSA Co. D. James Henderson was captured and imprisoned at Gratiot Prison for some time during the Civil War. I would like to locate his grave and that of John K. also, if possible. Neither are listed among the Confederate soldiers buried in Red River County. Family records indicate that James Henderson CRAIN was living in and died in Clarksville. Due to conditions in those days, I believe he would have been buried in Red River County, most likely with his wife and children who proceeded him in death. I believe Permelia's father was Amos WHITEMAN due to the child named James Amos. Amos WHITEMAN was an early pioneer who established the Whiteman Chapel community. Does anyone know when he died and where he is buried? Any information will be appreciated. Thanks.
Looking for info on the SPIRES family as they moved from Tennessee into northern Texas. This was about 1902-1907. They left Texas and came to Illinois. William Robert was the father, with sons Fred, Crockett, John, Sam, Matthew, Tom, daughters Annie who married a WATTS, Barsha. There also was a daughter Mary Jane who died somewhere along the way in about 1900-1902. Would very much like to find the details on Mary Jane, as would welcome any on the rest of the family.
I am looking for information about Jacob Hudgens and his wife Elizabeth ROBINSON, They went into "Spanish" territory in the early 1800's. They had at least one child, Ambrose, who was born CA 1814. After the Alamo battle they fled into Arkansas, settling near Pine Bluff. If anyone has any information about them, please contact me.
I am the grandaughter of,Spencer H.HARCROW & Floy Ann (BURKHART)HARCROW, Great grandaughter of John Henry and Lydia (HAGOOD) HARCROW. I am researching my forefathers.Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Would like to hear from anyone that may know of these family members: Generation No. 1 1. HONEYCUTT1 was born in South Carolina. He married Unknown HONEYCUTT. Children of HONEYCUTT and Unknown HONEYCUTT are: 2. i. William J.2 HONEYCUTT, b. October 05, 1834, Alabama; d. April 21, 1864, Red River County, Texas. 3. ii. Green Buckney HONEYCUTt, B. 1835, Alabama. Generation No. 2 2. William J.2 HONEYCUTT (HONEYCUTT1) was born October 05, 1834 in Alabama, and died April 21, 1864 in Red River County, Texas. He married Elizabeth Wortham October 05, 1854. Notes for WILLIAM J. HONEYCUTT: Buried in Red River County, Texas. Children of WILLIAM HONEYCUTT and Elizabeth WORTHAM are: i. Mary Jane3 HONEYCUTT, b. May 11, 1855, Red River County, Texas; d. October 01, 1870, Red River County, Texas. ii. Emma HONEYCUTT, b. March 15, 1857, Texas; d. August 17, 1867, Red River County, Texas. Notes for Emma HONEYCUTT: Buried in Red River County, Texas. iii. Alice Ann HONEYCUTT, b. December 28, 1859, Red River County, Texas; d. October 13, 1867, Red River County, Texas. iv. Elmira HONEYCUTT, b. August 07, 1861. 4. v. William Marion HONEYCUTT, b. January 25, 1863, Red River County, Texas; d. April 22, 1916, Bagwell, Red River County, Texas. 3. Green Buckney2 HONEYCUTT (HONEYCUTT1) was born 1835 in Alabama. He married Martha Matilda BEARDEN July 14, 1859 in Red River County, Texas. Notes for Martha Matilda BEARDEN: 1880 census states Martha M. parents born South Carolina. Marriage Notes for Green HONEYCUTT and MARTHA BEARDEN: FamilySearch® International Genealogical Index LDS Church North America IGI Record Green Berry HONEYCUT Sex: M Marriage(s): Spouse: Martha BEARDEN Marriage: 14 Jul 1859 Red River, Texas Source Information: Batch number: 9010106 Sheet: 21 Source: Children of Green HONEYCUTT and Martha BEARDEN are: i. Edward3 HONEYCUTT, b. 1864, Red River County, Texas. ii. Octavia HONEYCUTT, b. 1861, Red River County, Texas. iii. Buckney HONEYCUTT, b. February 18, 1866, Red River County, Texas; d. August 24, 1932, Red River County, Texas; m. IDA M.. Notes for Buckney HONEYCUTT: Buried in Honeycutt cemetary, Red River County, Texas. Have photo of tombstone and fresh grave probably taken at burial. Tombstone inscribed: Buck Honeycutt Feb 18, 1866 Aug 24, 1932 Notes for Ida M.: Buried in Honeycutt cemetary, Red River County, Texas. iv. Hilliard HONEYCUTT, b. 1868, Red River County, Texas. Generation No. 3 4. William MarioN3 HONEYCUTT (William J.2, HONEYCUTT1) was born January 25, 1863 in Red River County, Texas, and died April 22, 1916 in Bagwell, Red River County, Texas. He married Junettie RacheL BRODIE August 1900 in Idabel, Oklahoma.