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MCMAHON, Zita Catherine (I7249)
 
2  GRAVES, Edward Dicken (I14490)
 
3 !CENSUS-AR-SCOTT-1870: Tumbleston Twp., Black Jack P. O., page 648B, 5Aug, 39/39, I-6Farmer, Andrew 26 KY Farmer $200/$300 mar. in Nov.Farmer, Martha 23 GA Keeping house!CENSUS-AR-SCOTT-1880: Tomlinson, page 344A, 112/113, I-25Farmer, A. J. head 36 KY NC VA FarmerFarmer, J. M. wife 33 GA GA GA Keeping houseFarmer, John E. son 8 AR KY GAFarmer, S. A. son 7 AR KY GAFarmer, J. A. son 5 AR KY GAFarmer, Della dau 2 AR KY GA!CENSUS-AR-SCOTT-1900: Tomlinson Twp, page 157B, 229/282Farmer, Andrew J. head Jan 1844 56 KY NC VA mar. 15 yrs.Farmer, Arkansas O. wife Jun 1859 41 VA VA VA no childrenFarmer, John E. son May 1871 29 AR KY GA  
4 "Fort Brown (1861 - 1862), St. Simons Island was a Confederate fort once located on the site of Fort St. Simons. No trace remains except for a stone marker. It was built of sand covered with scrap rail iron. It was abandoned after Port Royal, SC fell to the Union in 1862."
http://www.northamericanforts.com/East/ga-socoast.html 
GASKINS, Harmon Jr. (I15078)
 
5 "I beleave (sic) this is the wife of William Bledsoe (1820-1863)Per "Three Years With Quantrell (sic)" by James McCorkle, William Bledsoe was kill (sic) in the raid on Lawrence, Kansas by federal troops." - William Clifford
(Added to William Bledsoe's wife Mabel's Find-a-Grave memorial (107241026).

RJCarr, 26 OCT 2016.
Thus far I have not established that William Bledsoe served with Quantrill's raiders. The above reference does not establish that Bill Bledsoe in the book is William Bledsoe of this tree. In the above reference are the following two quotes that William Clifford used to develop his assertion:

"We put John Koger and Bill Bledsoe?s corpse in the ambulance. When we had gone about ten miles, we stopped and buried Bill Bledsoe in an old cabin."
...
"On the third day, after crossing the Arkansas River, we came to the log cabin where we had buried Bill Bledsoe. We found the cabin torn down and that wolves had eaten all the flesh from his body. We again reinterred his bones. (Location 1096 of the Kindle version.) 
BLEDSOE, WIlliam (I23932)
 
6 "James (Jim) tragically drowned at the age of 43 on the 4th of July 1908. He left his wife with five children and one on the way. The oldest was fourteen (Helen) and the youngest was born two months after his death (Peggy) His wife Maggie, continued the catering business for a while with the help of her family."
RJCarr: Source not recorded. 
FADDEN, James E. (I545)
 
7 "Living and dying unto the Lord. A discourse in commemoration of the life, services and death of Elder Billington M. Sanders"; delivered before the Georgia Baptist Convention at Washington, Wilkes County, GA on Lord's Day, April 23, 1854.

https://ia600502.us.archive.org/29/items/livingdyinguntol00mall/livingdyinguntol00mall.pdf
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SANDERS, Billington McCarter (I19143)
 
8 "Tier relative was born 1797 in NYC and lived in Rahway Neck, NJ between 1855-1856. He was an old time butcher employed in the famous Washington Market in lower Manhattan. This John and his wife had 9 children between them. [His son,] John H. Tier who married Gertrude Voorhees of Middlesex, NJ. Eventually, he became one of Plainfield's oldest citizens an was elected Freeholder to a six year term on December 5, 1893. He was born April 21, 1831 in NYC. In 1855, due to ill health, he removed to Plainfield where he spent the rest of his life. A historic postal card showing Tier's Pond has been reprinted and published on the web by zing. John H. Tier had two sons, Willie and John Jr. The line The line died out when John Jr. had 5 daughters and all of them had girls except my mother. I am his only grandson. JOHN H. TIER" [W Cadmus Ancestry.com posting dtd 23 Mar 2000] TIER, John H. (I3321)
 
9 - Thomas Odell, b 1808, died Jan 14, 1856
- Catharine Odell, b Sept 18, 1815 m Herrick W. Poppino (in my father's handwriting- born Sep 1802 d 4 Nov 1871 s/o Daniel)
- William W. Odell
- Margaret Odell m John Jier (correction Tier)
- Grace Odell m Morsman
- Mary Odell m Jesse Smith

Orange County, N.Y., Probate Records. Probated Feb 18, 1856.(handwritten by someone - Wills Vol. p. 214 Test. Letters Vol. D. page 24) Thomas Odell, late of Goshen, inhabitant and died at Goshen. Will dated Sept 3, 1853. Petition of Benjamin F. Duryea, of Goshen, that Thomas Odell left no surviving father, mother, widow or descendants.Legatees: Therdorus (first name handwritten) Satterly with whom said deceased resided for many years and Daniel B. Satterly, a son of said Therdorus (handwritten again) Satterly, and Catharine Poppinos, hereinafter named, a sister of said deceased. Brothers and sister as follows to wit: Catharine, wife of Herrick W. Poppino, William W.Odell, Grace Mossman or Morsman, Margaret, wife of John Jier(handwritten Tier), and Mary Smith. Catharine, wife of Herrick W.Poppino, resides in Goshen. William W. Odell, resides in Pennsylvania; Margaret, wife of John Jier (Tier), resident at WestMilford, Passaic Co, NJ; Grace Morsman resides in Ohio; Mary Smith resides in Pennsylvania.

(Handwritten source unknown adds the following:) Daniel B. Satterly of Ontario Co., NY will mentions Theodore T. Smith, son of Jesse Smith,of Goshen. Charles Millspaugh son of William Millspough of Goshen Ex.Benj F. Duryea Wit: David F. Gidney, John E. Howell... 
O'DELL, Catharine (I426)
 
10 - Thomas Odell, b 1808, died Jan 14, 1856
- Catharine Odell, b Sept 18, 1815 m Herrick W. Poppino (in my father's handwriting- born Sep 1802 d 4 Nov 1871 s/o Daniel)
- William W. Odell
- Margaret Odell m John Jier (correction Tier)
- Grace Odell m Morsman
- Mary Odell m Jesse Smith

Orange County, N.Y., Probate Records. Probated Feb 18, 1856.(handwritten by someone - Wills Vol. p. 214 Test. Letters Vol. D. page 24) Thomas Odell, late of Goshen, inhabitant and died at Goshen. Will dated Sept 3, 1853. Petition of Benjamin F. Duryea, of Goshen, that Thomas Odell left no surviving father, mother, widow or descendants.Legatees: Therdorus (first name handwritten) Satterly with whom said deceased resided for many years and Daniel B. Satterly, a son of said Therdorus (handwritten again) Satterly, and Catharine Poppinos, hereinafter named, a sister of said deceased. Brothers and sister as follows to wit: Catharine, wife of Herrick W. Poppino, William W.Odell, Grace Mossman or Morsman, Margaret, wife of John Jier(handwritten Tier), and Mary Smith. Catharine, wife of Herrick W.Poppino, resides in Goshen. William W. Odell, resides in Pennsylvania; Margaret, wife of John Jier (Tier), resident at WestMilford, Passaic Co, NJ; Grace Morsman resides in Ohio; Mary Smith resides in Pennsylvania.

(Handwritten source unknown adds the following:) Daniel B. Satterly of Ontario Co., NY will mentions Theodore T. Smith, son of Jesse Smith,of Goshen. Charles Millspaugh son of William Millspough of Goshen Ex.Benj F. Duryea Wit: David F. Gidney, John E. Howell... 
 
11 06 Jan 2016 on Find-a-Grave Memorial# 60347705
Mary,
What is the chance that there was a transcription error on Radford's date of birth? He could not be a child of Martha's if he was born in 1921 since Martha died in 1917. The 1910 census shows a Redford born to her in 1902. He fails to appear on the 1920 census when he would have been 12. Thus, Redford is likely Radford who may have died before the 1920 census.
Thanks,
Regis 
DICKERSON, Radford (I26664)
 
12 1 APR 2010 Note by Pamea Orth: I have Mettler family members in the same cemetery as William and James. I see James was a druggist in 1910, may have owned his own Drug Store. James being William's father.Anyway, I was thinking maybe all the Mettlers from this small town were related? I am working on Danish history. Helen Mettler was Danish, they lived in Troy for 30 years but are buried in Kalispell.email: kelsey1@min.midco.net METTLER, William Maurice (I853)
 
13 1 APR 2010 Note by Pamea Orth: I have Mettler family members in the same cemetery as William and James. I see James was a druggist in 1910, may have owned his own Drug Store. James being William's father.Anyway, I was thinking maybe all the Mettlers from this small town were related? I am working on Danish history. Helen Mettler was Danish, they lived in Troy for 30 years but are buried in Kalispell.email: kelsey1@min.midco.net  
14 1860 Census as unable to read or write.
1860 Census lists her as Mary A 
BOUCHER, Mary E. (I819)
 
15 1860 Census as unable to read or write.
1860 Census lists her as Mary A 
 
16 1880 Alabama census
Thos. B. LEVERETT Self M Male W 60 GA Miller GA GA
Mary A. Wife M Female W 53 GA Keeps House
Ella Dau S Female W 19 AL GA GA
Malinda Dau S Female W 13 AL GA GA
Ida Dau S Female W 12 AL GA GA
--------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------- Source Information: Census Place L La Fayette,Chambers, Alabama Family History Library Film 1 254005 NA Film Number T9-0005 Page Number 124A

1870 Alabama Census - Chambers PO Beat 9
Alabama, CHAMBERS, Roll 6 Book 1, Page 140a
Leverett, Thomas 51 m w Farmeny GA
Mary A. 46 f w keeping house GA
Gideon L. 23 m w machinist GA
Sarah J. 1 9 f w AL
Martha 1 5 f w AL
Mary 1 2 f w AL
Ella 1 1 f w AL
Malinda 7 f w AL
Id a 4 f w AL

1860 Alabama Census - N-DIV
Alabama, CHAMBERS, Roll 4 Book 1, Page 826
Thomas B. Levirett 41 m carriage maker GA
Mary A. 3 0 f GA
Gideon L. 13 m GA
Sarah C. 1 0 f AL
Martha A . 7 f AL
Mary E . 4 f AL
Infant 6 month s f AL

1850 Alabama Census
Leverett Thomas 30 GA farmer 400
Mary Ann 25 GA
Gideon 3 GA

wcarter1@wwcom.net> ID: I2240
Name: Thomas B. LEVERETT Sex : M
Marriage 1 Mary Ann ATKINSON b: 6 DEC 1826 in GA
Married: 2 OCT 1845 in GA
Account of Sale of personal property belonging to the estate of John L. Wilkins and sold at public sale by his executors 17 November 1860 for credit until the 25 December 1861 . T. B. Leverett 1 Negro Man 555.00 List of Accounts considered good. 1 account T. B. Leverett Due Dec r 1851 15.25 
LEVERETT, Thomas Black (I1620)
 
17 1880 Alabama census
Thos. B. LEVERETT Self M Male W 60 GA Miller GA GA
Mary A. Wife M Female W 53 GA Keeps House
Ella Dau S Female W 19 AL GA GA
Malinda Dau S Female W 13 AL GA GA
Ida Dau S Female W 12 AL GA GA
--------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------- Source Information: Census Place L La Fayette,Chambers, Alabama Family History Library Film 1 254005 NA Film Number T9-0005 Page Number 124A

1870 Alabama Census - Chambers PO Beat 9
Alabama, CHAMBERS, Roll 6 Book 1, Page 140a
Leverett, Thomas 51 m w Farmeny GA
Mary A. 46 f w keeping house GA
Gideon L. 23 m w machinist GA
Sarah J. 1 9 f w AL
Martha 1 5 f w AL
Mary 1 2 f w AL
Ella 1 1 f w AL
Malinda 7 f w AL
Id a 4 f w AL

1860 Alabama Census - N-DIV
Alabama, CHAMBERS, Roll 4 Book 1, Page 826
Thomas B. Levirett 41 m carriage maker GA
Mary A. 3 0 f GA
Gideon L. 13 m GA
Sarah C. 1 0 f AL
Martha A . 7 f AL
Mary E . 4 f AL
Infant 6 month s f AL

1850 Alabama Census
Leverett Thomas 30 GA farmer 400
Mary Ann 25 GA
Gideon 3 GA

wcarter1@wwcom.net> ID: I2240
Name: Thomas B. LEVERETT Sex : M
Marriage 1 Mary Ann ATKINSON b: 6 DEC 1826 in GA
Married: 2 OCT 1845 in GA
Account of Sale of personal property belonging to the estate of John L. Wilkins and sold at public sale by his executors 17 November 1860 for credit until the 25 December 1861 . T. B. Leverett 1 Negro Man 555.00 List of Accounts considered good. 1 account T. B. Leverett Due Dec r 1851 15.25 
 
18 2 Feb 1010: Submitted by Elsie Mann:
John Cooper died 14 Mar 1914 Chandlerville, IL. No accompanying reference. 
COOPER, John (I5379)
 
19 2 Feb 2010: Elsie Mann suggested that Margaret Edy Howell was born 24 Nov 1833 in Yorkshire, England. No accompanying reference. HOWELL, Margaret Edy (I10242)
 
20 Search Find-A-GraveSUDDETH, William Birdsong (I30297)
 
21 Search Find-A-GraveEDMONDS, William Virgle (I30314)
 
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A family tree:
http://gonetotexasgtt.com/f2172.htm#f372  
LEVERETT, William Sr. (I1564)
 
23 A 1986 article in the Newnan Times Herald noted Stacy was a good match for his wife in terms of temperament and intellect. Source unknown. Family F4099
 
24 A BUD ON EARTH TRANSPLANTED TO THE PARADISE SCOTT, George Washington (I398)
 
25 A BUD ON EARTH TRANSPLANTED TO THE PARADISE  
26 A Jacob Tier, without confirmation that he is Valentine's brother, died 18 December 1827 (This database is an index to deaths recorded in the "Brooklyn Eagle" and in the "New York Evening Post," two newspapers form New York in the United States. The extracts from the "Brooklyn Eagle" cover the years 1841 to 1845 and 1850 to 1890. The extracts from the "New York Evening Post" cover the years 1801-1890.) TIER, Jacob (I6996)
 
27 According Shirley Noll on Ancestry.com, Jane Hanna Good gave birth out of wedlock to Wayman Linic Kier. The father, William Kier promised to marry her but never did; however, he did take responsibility for Wayman. On 29 Dec 1860, William married Charlotte Ann Scoville and they had 11 children. GOOD, NN (I4024)
 
28 According to records, Wayman Linic Kier was born out of wedlock to Jane Hanna Good. William promised to marry her but never did; however, he did take responsibility for Wayman. On 29 Dec 1860, William married Charlotte Ann Scoville and they had 11 children.
Shirley Noll originally shared this on Ancestry.com 
KIER, Wayman Linic (I4025)
 
29 Added by Margaret Mastor on 14 Mar 2007
Husband: James Seaborn Dozier Born: 2 SEP 1739 - Lunenburg County, Virginia, USA Marr: - Died: 2 JAN 1808 - Warren County, Georgia, USA
Father: Leonard Dozier
Mother: Ann Gayle
Other Spouses: Wife Mary Dinwoody Born: - Virginia, USA Died: UNKNOWN -
Father:
Mother:
Other Spouses:
Children
1. William S. Dozier Born: ABT 1759 - Lunenburg County, VA Died: UNKNOWN -
2. Richard Talley Dozier Born: 22 FEB 1759 - Lunenburg Co., VA Died: AFT 1835 - Nash County, North Carolina, USA
3. Elizabeth Dozier Born: 1761 - Warren County, GA Died: 2 JAN 1812 -
4. John Dozier Born: 1770 - Wrightsboro, Columbia County, GA Marr: 1791 - Frances Parham (other spouses) Died: 6 MAY 1835 - Columbia County, GA
5. James Seaborn Dozier, Jr.\\Jr. Born: 8 MAR 1770 - Bute Co., NC Died: 24 FEB 1839 - Wilkes Co., GA
6. Dinwoody Dozier Born: 1775 - Died: UNKNOWN -
7. Thomas Henry Dozier Born: 22 SEP 1776 - Georgia Died: 22 DEC 1797 - Columbia, GA
8. Leonard Wesley Dozier Born: 1777 - Died: UNKNOWN - 
DOZIER, James Seaborn Sr. (I2276)
 
30 Addie died 5 days following the birth of her son, Claud Dawson Hart Jr. CREASY, Addie Lavonia (I25634)
 
31 After the deaths of their parents the Young sisters were raised by their uncle John Newland Reynolds and aunt Mollie Young Reynolds in Myrtle Springs, TX YOUNG, Dr. Augustus M. H. (I306)
 
32 After the deaths of their parents the Young sisters were raised by their uncle John Newland Reynolds and aunt Mollie Young Reynolds in Myrtle Springs, TX  
33 Aircraft accident at sea 85 Miles NW Of Taher, Algeria. BYRN, John Bussey (I24553)
 
34 almostyesterday1
Jul 29, 2016
I am helping the Secretary of the Melvin Cemetery Association, Melvin, McCulloch County, Texas, to locate information on persons buried in the Melvin Cemetery. I located the 1910 Census Records for Artie D. Clements (Shown on the cemetery list as Arta Dae Clements - B. March 19, 1911.) In that she is shown to be 4/12 months old on April 15, 1910 census, I believe she was probably born January ____, 1910. This March 19, 1911 date may actually be her date of death. I just need her date of birth and date of death so Ms. Hargroves can update her book. They are trying really hard to get all information they can on all burials and I am donating my time and my Ancestry.com search engine to the cause. Please contact me if you can help. Thank you. Claudia Neve Brown.
 
CLEMENTS, Artie Dae (I10550)
 
35 Although her birth certificate reflects that she was born in 1881, the 1880 US Census clearly confirms her birth a full year earlier. O'HEARN, Bridget (I29726)
 
36 Ancestor of the Hobson's (no further info) TIER, Eliza Ann (I410)
 
37 Ancestor of the Hobson's (no further info)  
38 Ancestry.com email to:
Jack,
The Find-a-Grave memorial #45652970 with birth date of Jun 27 1863 indicates Baby Scott, when frankly it would be more specific if the top of the stone were present. Although it also looks like the MI is E or perhaps F. On the other hand, many of the online Scott trees indicate that Francis died in 1869. Where did you get your date of death? I would think the stone/memorial is for Francis.
Regis

Birth: Jun. 27, 1863
Death: Oct., 1866
Burial:
High Cemetery
Canton
Van Zandt County
Texas, USA
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Created by: Shelly Huff
Record added: Dec 20, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 45652970 
SCOTT, Francis Calaway (I395)
 
39 Ancestry.com email to:
Jack,
The Find-a-Grave memorial #45652970 with birth date of Jun 27 1863 indicates Baby Scott, when frankly it would be more specific if the top of the stone were present. Although it also looks like the MI is E or perhaps F. On the other hand, many of the online Scott trees indicate that Francis died in 1869. Where did you get your date of death? I would think the stone/memorial is for Francis.
Regis

Birth: Jun. 27, 1863
Death: Oct., 1866
Burial:
High Cemetery
Canton
Van Zandt County
Texas, USA
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Created by: Shelly Huff
Record added: Dec 20, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 45652970 
 
40 Anne Lyle says that John Mossman was named Morsman, husband of Grace Odell (no apostrophe)
olyle1, Bellaire, Texas, USA provided the following"
Mossman - (Waddell-Watts)
West Virginia and Its People
By: Thomas Condit Miller and Hu Maxwell
Printed: NY Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1913
Vol 2, Page 147..
John M. Mossman, grandfather of Guy Mott Mossman, was born in Avon,County Cork, Ireland; when a young man he emigrated to the United States, settling in Orange, NJ. His trade was that of a weaver. During the Civil War, though past the age of enlistment, he rendered valuable service by drilling all the recruits in his neighborhood, an office for which he was well fitted, having served in Ireland as a Captain of the King's Guard. He married Grace O'Dell, a native of Passaic, NJ, and their sons served in the Union Army. Mr. Mossman died in Gallia County, OH, where he lived many years, having reached the age of 77. His wife at the time of her death was about 70 years old.
[This next paragraph does not match the listed offspring.]
Albert Mossman, son of John Mossman and Grace O'Dell Mossman was born March 3, 1828 in Gallia County, Ohio, and followed the calling of a farmer. He was a member of the State Militia. He married March 10,1853, Mary Elizabeth Watts, born Dec 15, 1832 in Gallia Co., OH, daughter of James & Margaret Waddell Watts. James Watts was born in 1800, at White Sulphur Springs, Greenbrier Co., VA, now WV, and his wife Margaret Waddell was born in Pocahontas Co., VA now WV in 1811.James Watts was the son of a Revolutionary soldier, himself a Virginian. James Watts was a farmer and died in 1885. His wife died aged 47 years. They were the parents of 13 children.

Comment, When I went to Cork, Ireland, there was no known town by the name of Avon. This family could be from Armagh Co., Ireland. 
MOSSMAN, John (I429)
 
41 Anne Lyle says that John Mossman was named Morsman, husband of Grace Odell (no apostrophe)
olyle1, Bellaire, Texas, USA provided the following"
Mossman - (Waddell-Watts)
West Virginia and Its People
By: Thomas Condit Miller and Hu Maxwell
Printed: NY Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1913
Vol 2, Page 147..
John M. Mossman, grandfather of Guy Mott Mossman, was born in Avon,County Cork, Ireland; when a young man he emigrated to the United States, settling in Orange, NJ. His trade was that of a weaver. During the Civil War, though past the age of enlistment, he rendered valuable service by drilling all the recruits in his neighborhood, an office for which he was well fitted, having served in Ireland as a Captain of the King's Guard. He married Grace O'Dell, a native of Passaic, NJ, and their sons served in the Union Army. Mr. Mossman died in Gallia County, OH, where he lived many years, having reached the age of 77. His wife at the time of her death was about 70 years old.
[This next paragraph does not match the listed offspring.]
Albert Mossman, son of John Mossman and Grace O'Dell Mossman was born March 3, 1828 in Gallia County, Ohio, and followed the calling of a farmer. He was a member of the State Militia. He married March 10,1853, Mary Elizabeth Watts, born Dec 15, 1832 in Gallia Co., OH, daughter of James & Margaret Waddell Watts. James Watts was born in 1800, at White Sulphur Springs, Greenbrier Co., VA, now WV, and his wife Margaret Waddell was born in Pocahontas Co., VA now WV in 1811.James Watts was the son of a Revolutionary soldier, himself a Virginian. James Watts was a farmer and died in 1885. His wife died aged 47 years. They were the parents of 13 children.

Comment, When I went to Cork, Ireland, there was no known town by the name of Avon. This family could be from Armagh Co., Ireland. 
 
42 April, 10, 2011 > MySpace
Cali You're getting closer, to pushing me Off of life's little edge cause I'm a loser and sooner or later You know I'll be dead
9:03 PM Dec 26, 2009
Cali's Blurbs
About me: Cali Ray..... I am very shy until you get to know me. Favcolor is Red. I love tattoos and piercings. I am a construction worker. I have a huge heart unfortunately. My fav number is 7. I was born in Point Pleasant,NJ and thats whats up. Fav motto go big or go home. I have priorities, morals, and values. I go usually out of love and not lust. I don't wear make up because i believe its a reason to hide insecurities. Love everyone.... and trust no one.... I am who i am you can either love me or hate me. Life is too short to have regrets firm believer that everything happens for a reason and thats whatsup. I skate in bananna suits on a regular basis. 
 
43 Arlington Memorial Hospital LEVERETT, Minnie Bertha (I882)
 
44 Around the year 1644, Richard married his first wife Elizabeth Williams. Together they had 9 children. Elizabeth died at the age of 42. Her tombstone is one of the oldest now standing in the ancient burying ground at Old Cambridge. About two years after Elizabeth died, Richard remarried. His new wife, the former Frances (Periman) Amsden (or Emsden) was the widow of Issac Amsden, of Cambridge. They made their home together in Menotomy. Though they enjoyed a good life together, Richard requested that he be buried in Cambridge near his first wife, Elizabeth. He wrote his will in April of 1693 and passed away in June of the same year at the age of 72.
Find-a-Grave.com: 1962692 
Family F855
 
45 Arthur's death certificate indicates his birth year was 1887, vice 1888 as inscribed on his headstone. LEVERITT, Arthur Gideon (I2928)
 
46 At home of daughter Mary Emily Woodall [Liles]. HOLLOWAY, Martha Matilda (I11966)
 
47 At home of Holmes Frederick. Family F3008
 
48 At the close of the Civil War MR. HOWELL engaged in farming at his Alabama home, and was thus occupied there until the fall of 1872. On December 10, he left his native state and came to Texas, first settled along on the Brazos River in McLennan County and farmed there one year. Next he came to Erath County. On Greens Creek he purchased one hundred acres of land which he farmed. In 1882, he moved into Dublin and was elected justice of the peace and served two years. Then he returned to the farm, where he maintained his residence for eight years, after which he again moved to Dublin to be salesman for the Dublin Co-operative Association of Patrons of Husbandry, a county association which had been organized in October 1883, to do a general mercantile business. In January, 1887, MR. HOWELL was elected president of the company while continuing to farm and accumulating over 200 acres of land. Children of James Love and Matilda Howell: Orpah Jeanette Howell Watson (1868-1939) E. Sparks Howell (1871-1943) Abram Gideon Howell (1873-1936).
Find-a-Grave note. 
HOWELL, James Love (I2204)
 
49 At the home of her brother John Horsch. Family F4639
 
50 AUG 2011: RJCarr> Theodora Voorhees (b. abt 1815) was shown in the 1880 Census record as John H Tier's mother-in-law. There are other census references to Theodora, but the spellings are off slightly as are the birth years. See Theodoria Voorhees (b. abt 1811) in the 1850 Census where Gertrude is not shown as a daughter a couple years before she married and Theodocia Voorhees (b. abt 1811) in the 1870 Census in which Gertrude would already be married. VOORHEES, Theodora (I1212)
 

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