Tuesday, August 28th, 1866 - To day I am at work at the warehouse. Capt. John W. Redman is still with me. Hicks is at work sewing and brushing in turnip seed. Ned Smith assisted Capt. ...
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Wednesday the 23d [of June 1841] cool Breze all day. Elisha Roberts passed trough here on his way home from Austin, heard of the Death of Mrs Debard, Jas Hall from crockett passed trough.
Thursday 23 [of June 1842] Cloudy and a little rain in the Evening-- Mr A. McDonald of Austin, arrived with his Lady, the youngest Daughter of E[l]isha Roberts Esqr of San Angustin County-- only married on the 15th inst-- Eastern mail arrived in the afternoon brought nothing at all at all
- Elisha Roberts = a 4th great-grandpa of the Keeper of this blog
- Jas Hall = James Madison Hall (1819-1866), who is the stepson as well as son-in-law of my 3rd great-grandma, Mahala Lee Sharp Hall nee Roberts (1816-1885)
- Mr. A. McDonald & his Lady = Alexander McDonald (ca. 1814-1852) and his new wife, Margaret S. Roberts (1822-1892), who is the youngest sister of my 3rd great-grandma, Mahala
Wednesday the 18th [of June 1851] left early, arrived at Crockett at noon, dined at my opponent's-- Col Long's, left after dinner in company with Judge Randolph a Candidate for the lower House for this, Trinity and Anderson Counties, went to Cook's mills where we parted, I went to Col J.J. Hall lately married to Mrs Sharp, lately, she was Miss Mahela Roberts whom I knew as a little girl-- stopped all night, and was treated, as a man generally is, treated at a true gentleman's House.
All that certain lot, tract or parcel of land situated in Liberty County, Texas, and being out of and a part of the James Robeson League, Abstract #100, more particularly described as being 857 acres of land, being part of the upper or Northern half of the league of land, on the Trinity River bounded as follows:
BEGINNING at a corner, which is established south 1 E 625 varas, from the north line of said league, and 2258 varas west from the east line of said league said corner is a stake, from which a red oak 11 in. dia. mkd. X bears south 7 W 4-½ vrs. and a red oak 10 in. dia. mkd. X bears N 59-15 E 8 varas;
THENCE south 1 E 625 varas a stake in Menards prairie, from which an ash 6 in. dia. bears S 31 E 23-½ varas and another 10 in. dia. brs. N 83-45' W 60 varas, both marked X;
THENCE west along through the center of said league to the Trinity River;
THENCE up the river following its meanders to a point on said river at right angles with the first corner of this survey;
THENCE eastwardly parallel with the said lines of said league to the PLACE OF BEGINNING,
and being the same land described in a deed from C. L. Cleveland to Elizabeth A. Beale, deed dated June 10th, 1871, filed February 6th, 1901, and shown of record in Vol. W, page 427, Deed Records of Liberty County, Texas.
|* The following are believed to be ancestral surnames of Milton Grant Davis (1811-1863) who was born in Georgia and is believed to have died in Texas * Anthony * Beckley * Candler * Clark * Davis * Evans * Farrar * Fiske? * Giles * Grant * Green * Hart * Hayward * Howard * Lucas * May * Merton * Moorman * Morgan * Netherland * Richardson * Rush * Skelton * Smith * Tate * Thomas * Upham * Waddy * Walsingham|
|* The following are believed to be ancestral surnames of America James Davis nee Fears (1810-1857) who was born and died in Georgia * Anthony * Baker * Barham * Beeching * Bine * Bline * Brereton * Byrd * Colles * Duke * Dutton * Dymock * Fears * Fenne * Franckelyn * Fulton * Gethin * Goch * Hanmer * Hawte * Hayward * Horsmonden * Hurd * Iorwert * Kempe * King * Kynaston * Lloyd * Mountcastle * Neville * Parke * Percy * Porter * Puleston * Scott * Smythe * St. Leger * Stafford * Stegge * Stone * Taylor * Turner * Warham * Watson|
|* The following are believed to be ancestral surnames of William Paschal Henry (1836-1912) who was born in Kentucky and died in Texas * Baynham * Beauford * Beaufort * Bendy * Benson * Blount * Buford * Calloway * Constable * Cowhill * Davies * Early * Gomond * Hayworth * Henry * Johnson * Johnston * Kirtley * Lee * Lewis * Loyall * Malle * Metstand * Morton * Owen * Parrott * Phillips * Prou * Pugh * Roberts * Romney * Sutton * Thomison * Trammell * Vause * Vensandeu * Williams|
|* The following are believed to be ancestral surnames of Mary Alexandrien Sharp nee Lemaire (1843-1876) who was born and died in Texas * BACON :: earliest is Elizabeth (BACON) Nuthall who died 1660 in Virginia * Belt * Belton * Brant * Clement * Corbow * de Warenne * Gantt * Grafton * Greenfield * Griffin * HILLEARY :: earliest is Thomas HILLEARY who died 1696/7 in Maryland * Hosier * Lamar * LEMAIRE :: earliest is Mary Alexandrien (LEMAIRE) Sharp who died 1876 in Texas :: father possibly Alexander Lemaire from France * LeMire * Leton * Lycester * MAGRUDER :: earliest is Cassandra (MAGRUDER) Hilleary who died 1808 in Maryland * Marsham * NUTHALL :: earliest is John NUTHALL who died 1667 in Maryland * Offutt * Perkes * Smith * SPRIGG :: earliest in America is Thomas SPRIGG who died 1704 in Maryland * Truman * WARING :: earliest in America is Sampson WARING who died 1662/3 in Maryland * Waringe * Warring * Young|
|* The following are believed to be ancestral surnames of Phoebe Morse Tripp nee Merrill (1848-bef. 1930) who lived in Maine * Alger * Belchan * Blakely * Blaxall * Bond * Byrd * Chase * Clough * Fenderson * Goodwin * Groth * Harmon * Jackman * James * John * Mason * Merrill * Milliken * Norton * Palmer * Pearson * Pell * Pine * Piper * Poore * Robinson * Robinson * Rogers * Runnels * Sheppard * Thurston * Wellerton * Wheeler * Wilmot * Wolterton * Yeomans|
|* The following are believed to be ancestral surnames of Charles G. Muston (1882-1915) who died in Texas and is believed to have been born there * Allard * Burt * Griggs * Jordan * King * Muston * Newsome * Olive|
|* The following are believed to be ancestral surnames of Joseph Helidorah Nettles (1832-1890) who was born in Alabama and died in Texas * Carter * Connor? * Ditto? * Dunaway? * Eastern? * Fulton * Nettles * Saunders? * West|
|* The following are believed to be ancestral surnames of Jacob Edmund Forrest Pounders (1902-1957) who was born and died in Texas * CAIN :: Isaac Cosby Cain is POSSIBLY father of Mary Susan Pounders nee [Cain] * Holcomb * Holland * Pounders * Quinn|
|* The following are believed to be ancestral surnames of Samuel Houston Sharp (1839-1885) who was born and died in Texas * Daniel * GILL :: earliest is William GILL who died in 1804 in Kentucky * Griggs * PAYNE :: earliest is Rhoda (PAYNE) Roberts who died after 1805 * ROBERTS :: earliest is George ROBERTS who died ca. 1773 in Virginia * SHARP :: earliest is John M. SHARP who presumably died before 1846 in Texas|
|* The following are believed to be ancestral surnames of Thomas Warren Alonzo Smith (1866-1920) who was born and died in Maine * Baker * Banet * BARKER :: earliest is Timothy BARKER who died after 1870, presumably in Maine * BOTTS :: earliest is Isaac BOTTS who d. 1675 in Maine * BRACKETT :: earliest is Anthony BRACKETT who died 1691 in New Hampshire * Brown * Bryant * Cadwalles * Cary * Cate * CLEEVES :: earliest is George CLEEVES who died ca. 1667, presumably in Maine * Cleve * Colle * Cromlan * Curtis * Eddy * Emery * Farnsworth * Farr * FORD :: earliest is Betsey (FORD) Smith who died 1899 in Maine * Frost * Gale * Gowen * Hamden * Harper * HOBBS :: earliest is Morrill HOBBS who died 1826 in Maine * Hodsdon * Jenkins * Lakin * Madistard * MITTEN :: earliest is George MITTON who died ca. 1667 in * Morrell * Nason * Nock * Northend * Parker * Porter * Price * Robinson * Rogers * Salmon * Simonds * SMITH :: earliest is Hiram B. SMITH who died 1877 in Maine * Stowers * Tetherly * Thompson * Thorne * URANN :: earliest is William URANN who died ca. 1664 * Wall * Wines|