San Augustine County, TX

Posted Queries for
February thru March 1997


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BERRY, GILLIAM, SOSSAMAN, VAUGHN posted by Bobby Bollman on Thursday, February 6, 1997

I will help with and share information on the following surnames in San Augustine Co.: BERRY, GILLIAM, SOSSAMAN, VAUGHN

BOYD, ELKINS, FREEMAN, MITCHELL, WALDRIP posted by Sharon Jung on Monday, February 10, 1997

Looking for descendants of Moses Ervin BOYD, b. 11 Sept 1849 in SC and Milly Jane (MITCHELL)BOYD b. 26 Nov. 1849 Forsyth County, GA. They came to TX sometime after the Civil War. Lived first in East Texas-Smith, Navarro and Johnson Cos. Then moved to Swisher County in very late 1800's. Moses died at Tulia, Texas 18 July 1902. Milly died in Amarillo, Potter Co. TX 1 Aug. 1922. They are both buried at Tulia. Their children were: 1. William J. Lafette (Bill) BOYD b. 28 June 1866, Forsyth Co. GA, md: Angie ELKINS, d. 1948 buried: Swisher Co. TX 2. J. W. O. (Ottis) BOYD b.1868 Walker Co. GA d.1884 3. John Russell Lukster (Luk) BOYD b. 1870 Whitfield Co. GA md. ? d. 1929 4. Tandy Charles Landers (Tandy)BOYD b. 1873 Smith Co. TX md. Eva May ELKINS 1898 in Swisher Co TX d. 1944 Erick, OK 5. Sarah Vida O.(Vida)BOYD b. 1875,Smith Co. TX md: ? 6. Mary Ida (Ida) BOYD b. 1877 Navarro Co. TX md.? 7. Lee Ernest Ervin (Ern) BOYD b. 1879 Johnson Co. TX md: ? moved to California 8. Joseph Earl Andrew (EArl)BOYD b. 1882 Catoosa Co GA md: ? moved away from TX 9. Jessie Ulie Eugene (Russ) BOYD b. 1885 Johnson Co. TX md: Kate ? d. 1958 in OK City, OK 10. Beulah B. (Butte) BOYD b. 1886 Johnson Co. TX m. ? lived out west -Oregon ? or Washington ? 11 Monte Anna Azalea (Monte) BOYD b. 1888 Johnson Co. TX m. ? lived out west - Oregon or Washington 12. Jane Ann (Jenny) BOYD b. 1894 was living in Amarillo in 1922 when mother, Milly Jane, died. Her name on death certificate as informant is Jenny FREEMAN. Also may have been married to a WALDRIP ? Would like to hear from anyone who is a descendant of this family.

BULLOCH, BULLOCK, BURTON, HORTON, PURNELL, THACKER, WEEKS, WILLIAMS posted by Lynda Fredendall on Wednesday, February 12, 1997

I do indeed have San Augustine Co. roots! I have been there to visit, in 1977 I attended a "reunion" held at a cemetery there! ** Thomas T. BULLOCK arrived ca 1847 from Rutherford Co. TN to San Augustine Co., shot and killed there in 1848 ** Thaddeus Warsaw BULLOCK I born 1848 San Augustine Co., Texas, died there 1869 ** James Whitis BULLOCH arrived San Augustine Co. ca 1823 from NC, died Collin Co., TX 1859 ** Nancy (HORTON) BULLOCH arrived San Augustine Co. ca 1823 from NC, died Collin Co. TX 1854 ** Isabella (WEEKS) HORTON arrived in San Augustine Co. ca 1823 from TN ** Susannah (PURNELL) HORTON, widow of Julius Horton, arrived 1823 in San Augustine Co. from North Carolina, died there 1862 ** Isaac Reed THACKER arrived in San Augustine Co. ca. 1830/40 from Autauga Co., AL. died there ca 1852 ** Mary Ann( BURTON) THACKER arrived in San Augustine Co., ca 1830/40 from Autauga Co., AL, died there ca 1861 ** Frances (WILLIAMS) BULLOCK arrived in San Augustine Co., ca 1847, widow of Thomas T. BULLOCK, she remarried and I don't know what happened to her. I'm looking forward to more postings from other researchers in this county.

CARSWELL, LEGRAND, NORWOOD posted by Jordan D. Carswell on Monday, February 17, 1997

My great, great, great grandparents, John Jacob CARSWELL and Laura Emma NORWOOD, arrived in San Augustine Co. from North Carolina in the latter part of 1846. Laura's parents, William C. and Eliza Le GRAND NORWOOD arrived in San Augustine from N. Carolina in July 1846. They had all come down to Texas because Eliza Le GRAND's uncle Edwin Oswald Le GRAND, as a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence, had received land grants. This gave his family he opportunity to come down and settle in the new frontier.

GOODMAN, MCCHRISTIAN, MCDANIEL posted by Carol Riggs on Tuesday, February 18, 1997

Looking for descendents or information re Bartlett MCDANIEL (b. 14 Feb 1835, d. 5 Aug 1911, buried Macedonia Cemetery, near Broaddus). He was second husband of my ggg Grandmother Ann Elizabeth MCCHRISTIAN GOODMAN MCDANIEL, who is also buried at Macedonia Cemetery. Samuel Belton GOODMAN died in Civil War, and Ann Elizabeth married Bartlett MCDANIEL, sometime between 1862 and 1868. According to census records, they had children together.

COONS, GOODWIN posted by Ley K. O'Connor on Monday, February 24, 1997

Am Researching GOODWIN, Ancestors to and Descendants of Archibald Benjamin Franklin GOODWIN b. about 1808 and Elizabeth (Betsy) COONS b. July 6, 1823 Pike Co. Miss. d. Aug 1, 1899, both buried Attoyac and related families. There are so many in Texas and most belong to the same family eventually. Any contacts will be appreciated. Some of the counties are Denton, San Augustine, Angelina, Greeg, Red River,Robertson, Jefferson, and Panola. thanx in advance.

CURRY posted by Cheryl Curry Wilson on Wednesday, February 26, 1997

I'm looking for info on James A. CURRY His wife Elizabeth CURRY, or (Mary Elizabeth). He is listed as one of the first settlers of Sabine Dist. He came from Georgia, along with 9 family members. Possibly James T. CURRY, Emarius CURRY, Edward CURRY, or Julia Ann CURRY. James A. CURRY received a mexican land grant, and was in Texas before September 1834. He had 2 children after moving to Texas. A daughter Lucinda Curry born around 1836-37. A son William CURRY born about 1841. William may carry the middle initial T.

ADAMS, DUFFEE posted by Jana Trent on Saturday, March 1, 1997

Hopewell Hugh ADAMS, b ca 1825 ALA, married Jane DUFFEE, 1844 in San Augustine County. Children: Carolin, Crockett, Nanct A., Levona, James, Noah, Mary, John F. Jane apparently died about 1858 0r 1859. I cannot find any of this family after 1860. (Hopewell may have been from Henry County, ALA. His brother, Joseph Ross ADAMS settled in Robertson County, TX.)

ADAMS posted by Jana Trent on Saturday, March 1, 1997

The ADAMS qualify for first family status in San Augustine County. Joseph Ross ADAMS, Hopewell Hugh ADAMS, and their mother, Mary ADAMS were issued Unconditional Land Certificates in Sabine County in January, 1840, citing 31 Dec 1839 as their date of immigration. They MAY have been from Henry County, ALA. Joseph and Hopewell both born in ALA and Mary born in NC. Hopewell was living in San Augustine County in 1850 and 1860. Joseph was in San Augustine in 1850 and then settled in Robertson County where he lived until he died in 1889. (Joseph was a member of the 12th Texas Cavalry-Company K, Parson's Regiment.)

ACKER, KIMBRO, MCADAMS, MCELYEA, PATTON, REED, SIDES, SMITH posted by Vickie Poe on Monday, March 3, 1997

I am looking for information about Joseph SMITH (b. 1835, TX; d. 1862- 64?, place unknown). Joseph SMITH married Mary Jane SIDES on 19 April 1855 in Cherokee County, TX. They had three daughters: Frances SMITH m. James Preston MCELYEA (25 Jan 1875, Cherokee Co.); Nancy Emeline SMITH m. Thomas Berry PATTON (28 FEB 1878, Cherokee County); and Joanna SMITH m. Bayliss ACKER, Jr. (10 April 1881, Cherokee County). I am also looking for information on another Joseph SMITH who immigrated to Texas abt. 1830, poss. from S.Carolina. This Joseph SMITH was born about 1798. He married Nancy MCADAMS (daughter of Rev. John MCADAMS)about 1833- 1834 in the Sabine District. They had a one year old son named Joseph in 1836. Joseph SMITH served in the TX. Revolutionary War under Capt. Henry REED of the San Augustine Volunteers. In 1841 Joseph SMITH patented one Bounty of land in Houston County, TX. After that there are no more records, but his wife Nancy MCADAMS SMITH remarried Lemuel KIMBRO in 1846 in Walker Co, TX. I think that Joseph SMITH, SR. was the father of Joseph SMITH, JR., but as yet, have been unable to prove it. Any information about these two would be helpful.

FLETCHER, LANE, LETNEY, MAGEE, TOWNSEND posted by Bettiann Lloyd on Thursday, March 13, 1997

TOWNSEND / LANE / MAGEE / LETNEY Would like to share information on the family of John TOWNSEND, b abt 1788, VA; m abt 1811 to Zaney (?), b 1800, GA. John and Zaney migrated to Washington Parish, LA where most of their children were born. Several of these children settled in San Augustine Co., TX and were founding citizens of that county. Children: Silas Steen TOWNSEND; Calvin M. TOWNSEND m Martha Jane LANE, d San Augustine Co.; Henry James TOWNSEND m Rebecca MAGEE, d San Augustine Co., TX; William Riley TOWNSEND, m Neirza MAGEE migrated to MS; Frances Jane TOWNSEND m George Washington MAGEE, d Bosque Co., TX; Thomas T. TOWNSEND m Lovett FLETCHER, d TX; Andrew "Jack" TOWNSEND m Jane McCLENDON, d Lawrence Co., MS. If you have any information on, or connect to any of these families, would love to hear. I have much more on the descendants of many of these. Thanks.

WATSON posted by F. Terrell Williams on Sunday, March 16, 1997

WATSON, George Washington, Great Grandfather. Born in Virginia, lived in Rusk Co. around 1900-1920. Wifes name Rosey, 1/2+ native american. Sons named George Franklin , Joe and Henry. Died in San Augustine Co. Rosey died early and G.W. remarried, name unknown to me.

BAILEY, HAMILTON, MITCHELL, SIMMONS posted by Sue Meinhart on Wednesday, March 19, 1997

I have 2 Grandparents, 4 G-Grandparents and 1 GG-Grandparents buried in Shiloh, Liberty Hill & Broaddus Cemeteries in San Augustine Co. Also have numerous aunts, uncles & cousins there too. Mitchells & Baileys have been in the county since 1870s coming from Georgia. Simmons came from MS. Dewitt Harrison BAILEY & Susie Inez (MITCHELL) Bailey; William C. BAILEY & Narcissa Ellen (HAMILTON) Bailey; William Oliver MITCHELL & Emma Louella (SIMMONS) Mitchell & Marion Frances SIMMONS.

CAMPBELL posted by Linda Sykes on Tuesday, March 25, 1997

FIRST FAMILIES: Albert Gallatin CAMPBELL, b 1804 SC, arrived in San Augustine Co. 1 Mar 1838, according to Land Records (class 3, 640A, application dated 28 Oct 1839, certificate 28 Sep 1841) He brought his wife Sarah, children John and Elizabeth, born in TN. He is listed in the San Augustine Tax Rolls in 1840 , but by 1850 he is included in the census in Nacogdoches Co. and in Anderson Co. in 1860. He and wife Sarah had 12 children, and many of their children had large families who remained in East Texas. When Albert G. CAMPBELL came to TX he was with quite a few other Campbells, and I am determined that they are all related. I will appreciate any help in this effort.

CREEL, CREELY, DICKERSON posted by Charlie Faye (Dickerson) Young on Wednesday, March 26, 1997

I would like to submit my ancestor's surname. William "Buck" DICKERSON arrived in San Augustine County, TX in 1839 and lived there until his death in 1897. He married Lucinda CREEL/CREELY in Leon County, FL Feb. 8, 1834. I am willing to share my information on this family with anyone interested

DELANEY, HENLEY, LOGGINS posted by Charlie Faye (Dickerson) Young on Wednesday, March 26, 1997

Cornelius HENLEY married to Caledonia LOGGINS in August 1849 in San Augustine County. Cornelius arrived in TX with his step-father, Isaac DELANEY and his mother Mildred. Willing to share info. on this surname and LOGGINS.

DICKERSON, GILL, HEAD posted by Charlie Faye (Dickerson) Young on Thursday, March 27, 1997

I am researching the families of John HEAD and Sarah GILL. They are buried in Head Cemetery near Chinquapin, TX. They arrived in Texas after 1850. Their daughter, Martha Ann HEAD, married Thomas Jordan DICKERSON.

MUCKLEROY, POOLE, REILLY, SIZEMORE, SMITH posted by John Patrick Smith on Thursday, March 27, 1997

My lineage as follows: Father - William Patrick SMITH, b San Augustine 26 Mar 1910, married to Myrtle Robbie MUCKLEROY of Nacogdoches in 1929. I was their only child. GFather - John Patrick SMITH, b San Augustine 8 Jul 1879, married to Mary Elizabeth SIZEMORE, 1908, of San Augustine. He was the County Treasurer from 1920-1929, when he died. GGFather - Patrick SMITH, b 8 Mar 1846, came to San Augustine about 1865 to be with his uncles, Bernard and Ferrell REILLY, who had come to San Augustine, 1837-1850. Patrick married Mary POOLE, adopted daughter of his uncle, Ferrell REILLY, daughter of an Amos POOL in San Augustine and they had 12 children. Patrick donated the cemetery land of the Smith/Catholic cemetery to the Catholic Church. Bernard & Ferrell REILLY - Irish born who came to San Augustine. Bernard was a shoemaker, never married, but at time of death in 1873, had acquired some 20,000 acres of land throughout Texas that took the probate court of San Augustine some twelve years to settle. Records are in the SA courthouse. I have been working on the family history for the past year and have been to San Augustine several times to gather information at the court house. It is a shame that Arlan Hays of the San Augustine Sentinel won't make his old newspapers available to someone for the historical information that is buried there.

CONSFORD posted by David Consford on Saturday, March 29, 1997

CONSFORD: Came to Texas in fall of 1870. Some may have also settled in Shelby County.

posted by John Patrick Smith on Saturday, March 29, 1997

Information needed on newspapers that were published in San Augustine and where copies of those papers might be? Would the Steen Library at SFA, Nacogdoches, have copies of SA newspapers going back into the 1800's??


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