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Living

F, #426
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Family: Living

DaughterLiving
SonJames Roberson (b. 11-Sep-1940, d. bef 1942)
DaughterLinda Sue Roberson (b. 19-Sep-1941, d. 4-Nov-1943)
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Living

F, #427
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Family: Living

Last Edited26-Nov-2014

Living

F, #428
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Family: Living

Last Edited9-Mar-2012

James Roberson1

M, #429, b. 11-Sep-1940, d. before 1942
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Parents

FatherLiving
MotherLiving

Biography

Reference NoJames Roberson has reference number 430.
Birth11-Sep-1940He was born on 11-Sep-1940.2
Deathbef 1942He died bef 1942.2
Last Edited30-Jul-2006

Citations

  1. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990), These papers were the result of research conducted by the compiler during her lifetime and include data collected from family members, records she inherited, and vital records collected from throughout the country
  2. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990)

Linda Sue Roberson1

F, #430, b. 19-Sep-1941, d. 4-Nov-1943
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Parents

FatherLiving
MotherLiving

Biography

Reference NoLinda Sue Roberson has reference number 431.
Birth19-Sep-1941She was born on 19-Sep-1941.2
Death4-Nov-1943She died on 4-Nov-1943 at age 2.2
Last Edited30-Jul-2006

Citations

  1. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990), These papers were the result of research conducted by the compiler during her lifetime and include data collected from family members, records she inherited, and vital records collected from throughout the country
  2. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990)

Living

F, #431
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Parents

FatherLiving
MotherLiving
Last Edited15-Aug-2009

Living

F, #432
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Parents

FatherWilliam Roberson (b. est 1898, d. 30-Jul-1944)
MotherStella Ann Daniel (b. 24-Dec-1900, d. 30-Jul-1944)

Family: William Smythers (b. est 1922, d. 20-Jan-1947)

DaughterLiving
Last Edited15-Aug-2009

William Smythers1

M, #433, b. estimated 1922, d. 20-Jan-1947
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Family: Living

DaughterLiving

Biography

Reference NoWilliam Smythers has reference number 434.
Birthest 1922He was born est 1922.
Death20-Jan-1947He died on 20-Jan-1947.2
Last Edited30-Jul-2006

Citations

  1. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990), These papers were the result of research conducted by the compiler during her lifetime and include data collected from family members, records she inherited, and vital records collected from throughout the country
  2. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990)

Living

F, #434
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Parents

FatherWilliam Smythers (b. est 1922, d. 20-Jan-1947)
MotherLiving

Family: Living

Last Edited30-Jul-2006

Living

M, #435
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Family: Living

Last Edited30-Jul-2006

Living

M, #436
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Parents

FatherWilliam Roberson (b. est 1898, d. 30-Jul-1944)
MotherStella Ann Daniel (b. 24-Dec-1900, d. 30-Jul-1944)
Last Edited30-Jul-2006

Living

M, #437
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Parents

FatherWilliam Roberson (b. est 1898, d. 30-Jul-1944)
MotherStella Ann Daniel (b. 24-Dec-1900, d. 30-Jul-1944)
Last Edited30-Jul-2006

Living

F, #438
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Parents

FatherWilliam Roberson (b. est 1898, d. 30-Jul-1944)
MotherStella Ann Daniel (b. 24-Dec-1900, d. 30-Jul-1944)

Family 1: Living

DaughterLiving

Family 2: Living

Last Edited30-Jul-2006

Living

M, #439
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Family: Living

DaughterLiving
Last Edited6-Apr-2012

Living

M, #440
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Family: Living

Last Edited31-Mar-2012

Living

F, #441
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Parents

FatherLiving
MotherLiving
Last Edited6-Apr-2012

Living

F, #442
ReferencesSamuel Scott Riffle - Descendants

Parents

FatherWilliam Roberson (b. est 1898, d. 30-Jul-1944)
MotherStella Ann Daniel (b. 24-Dec-1900, d. 30-Jul-1944)
Last Edited30-Jul-2006

James Blackston Embry1

M, #443, b. 30-Nov-1837, d. 16-Oct-1893
ReferencesMy Ancestors-list
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Parents

FatherCurtis Embrey (b. 1809, d. 1900)
MotherEmbry (b. say 1805, d. guess bef 1840)

Family: Martha Ann Sutton (b. 8-Jan-1842, d. 19-Mar-1893)

DaughterFrankie Ann Embry (b. 7-Aug-1863, d. 1-Sep-1866)
DaughterMartha Adeline Embry (b. 21-Jan-1865, d. 25-Jul-1955)
SonAlbert Embry (b. 1868)
DaughterNancy Jane Embry (b. 13-Feb-1868, d. 24-Nov-1919)
DaughterMary Elizabeth Embry (b. 18-Jun-1869, d. 15-Nov-1946)
SonCharles Francis Embry (b. 30-Jan-1872, d. 16-Feb-1889)
SonArthur Blackston Embry (b. 1-Sep-1875, d. 20-Jun-1937)
SonClayton B. Embry (b. 22-Jul-1878, d. 24-Aug-1905)
DaughterJohncy Helen Embry (b. 4-Dec-1880, d. 22-Dec-1930)
SonWilliam Wallace Embry (b. 10-Jul-1884, d. 1947)
DaughterGeorgia Ann Embry (b. 1-Feb-1887, d. 2-Oct-1902)

Biography

NameJames Blackston Embry was also known as James Embrey.
NameHe was also known as J. B. Embry.2,3
NameHe was also known as James B. Embry.
OccupationJames Blackston Embry was a Farmer - Family Legend says he was a Doctor! Have a store ledger from his later days - apparently.4
Birth30-Nov-1837He was born on 30-Nov-1837 in Marshall County, Alabama, United States.B5,6,7
Witness29-Oct-1850He appeared in the census in the household of Curtis Embrey and Rebecca Larue on 29-Oct-1850 at Dwelling 621 in Talladega, Talladega, Alabama, United States. By 1850, it seems that Curtis Embry is perhaps with a second wife and second family. The eldest 2 boys were born in 1835 and 1837, the next 4 children were born between 1845 and 1850, and there is documentation that the marriage between Curtis and Rebecca happened in 1840. While it is possible that Rebecca is the mother to the first two children, it seems more likely that Curtis had a first wife who bore him two sons and then died.6
Census1860James Blackston Embry appeared in the census in 1860 in Marshall County, Alabama, United States.B He was a 22 year old farm laborer, enumerated in the household of James Clay8
Militaryfrom Nov-1861 - 27-Jan-1864He served in the military Confederate Army from Nov-1861 - 27-Jan-1864. Company A, 22nd Regiment Alabama Infantry. Mustered in and out as a private.

22nd Infantry Regiment completed its organization at Montgomery, Alabama, in November, 1861, then moved to Mobile. Its companies were raised in the counties of Walker, Clarke, Cherokee, Mobile, Pike, Choctaw, Montgomery, Calhoun, and Randolph. The unit suffered severe losses at Shiloh under General Gladden, then saw action in Bragg's Kentucky Campaign under General Gardner. Later the 22nd was attached to Deas', G.D. Johnston's, and Brantley's Brigade, Army of Tennessee. It fought in many conflicts from Murfreesboro to Atlanta, was part of General Hood's winter operations in Tennessee, and ended the war in North Carolina. After the Battle of Shiloh, the regiment reported only 123 men fit for duty. It sustained 94 casualties at Murfreesboro, and lost fifty-three percent of the 371 engaged at Chickamauga. In December, 1863, it totalled 272 men and 171 arms. It reported 5 killed and 35 wounded in the fight at Ezra Church; many were also disabled at Franklin and Nashville. The regiment was included in the surrender on April 26, 1865. Its field officers were Colonels Zach C. Deas, B.R. Hart, John C. Marrast, and Harry T. Houlmin; Lieutenant Colonels E. Herbert Armistead, Napoleon B. Rouse, and John Weedon; and Majors Robert B. Armistead, Robert Donnell, and T.M. Prince.2
Marriage11-Mar-1863He and Martha Ann Sutton were married on 11-Mar-1863 at residence of James B. SuttonB in Guntersville, Marshall County, Alabama, United States.B Justice of Peace Eli Campbell presiding. Co-signer on the marriage bond was a man named William Bondurant. Family Bible gives the marriage date of 12 March (1862, which is probably wrong). Possibly the bond and license were done on the 11th and the ceremony on the 12th. It was wartime, the first child came along only 5 months later.9,10,11
Description1864James Blackston Embry was described as 6' 4" tall, with blue eyes and auburn hair, fair complexion, and lame in 1864.12
Occupation1864In 1864 James Blackston Embry was a farmer in Marshall County, Alabama, United States.B13
Military27-Jan-1864He served in the military Oath of Allegiance to the United States on 27-Jan-1864 in Woodville, Jackson, Alabama, United States. upon his signature of the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America. On the form, the "peculiarities" field shows "Lame" - indicating that perhaps this Oath was taken following injury in battle.14
Residence1870He lived in Marshall County, Alabama, United StatesB, in 1870.15
Census25-Jun-1870He appeared in the census on 25-Jun-1870 in Marshall County, Alabama, United States.B stated value of real estate owned : $100
stated value of personal estate : $200
checked column "cannot write"
Residence (family)bet 1875 and 1885He and Martha Ann Sutton lived in Texas, United StatesB, bet 1875 and 1885. Came to Texas from Alabama in either late 1870's or early 1880's5
Death16-Oct-1893James Blackston Embry died on 16-Oct-1893 at age 55 in Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas, United States.B16,7
Last Edited24-Apr-2017

Citations

  1. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990), These papers were the result of research conducted by the compiler during her lifetime and include data collected from family members, records she inherited, and vital records collected from throughout the country
  2. [S65] Original Publisher: United States National Archives, Civil War Service Records, Record Type: database, Original Book Title: Civil War Compiled Military Service Records (Access Date, 21 Jun 2006), J.B. Embry
  3. [S89] Compiler: Price, Katie, Genealogical Papers of the Price, Embry and Riffle Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Follett, TX (Houston, TX, 1901-1994), These papers were the result of research conducted by the compiler during her lifetime and include data collected from family members, records she inherited, and personal recollection. Also included are scrapbook items from her life with her husband and son. Inherited upon her death in 1994 by her son, James Malcolm (Mack) Price of Houston, TX
  4. [S89] Compiler: Price, Katie, Genealogical Papers of the Price, Embry and Riffle Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Follett, TX (Houston, TX, 1901-1994), Written by Katie or Homer Price, on paper from the Canyon Tailoring Company (Homer and Henry Price, owners), the father of Mary Elizabeth Embrey is written as Dr. J. B. Embry.
  5. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990)
  6. [S263] Ancestry.com. 1850 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
    Original data: Seventh Census of the United States, 1850; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M432, 1009 rolls); Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  7. [S412] Holy Bible
  8. [S286] Ancestry.com. 1860 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
    Original data: 1860 U.S. census, population schedule. NARA microfilm publication M653, 1,438 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.
  9. [S99] Probate Court of Marshall County Alabama, Alabama State Marriage Bond and Petition for License, Record Type: marriage bond, Name Of Person: Sutton, James B., State: Alabama, County: Marshall County (11 Mar 1863)
  10. [S366] Find A Grave, Martha Ann Sutton Embry, (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=103030067 : accessed 31 August 2014).
  11. [S412] Holy Bible, date given is 12 March 1862, by E. Campbell JP
  12. [S88] Compiler: Riffle, Katie Alma, Oath of Allegiance, Record Type: military document, Subject: Embry, James B, Compiler Address: Follett, TX, Original Publisher Location: Woodville, AL (Houston, TX, Original Date, 27 Jan 1864), Passed from Katie (Riffle) Price to her son, Mack Price, and then to his daughter Leslie Price.
  13. [S88] Compiler: Riffle, Katie Alma, Oath of Allegiance, Record Type: military document, Subject: Embry, James B, Compiler Address: Follett, TX, Original Publisher Location: Woodville, AL (Houston, TX, Original Date, 27 Jan 1864)
  14. [S88] Compiler: Riffle, Katie Alma, Oath of Allegiance, Record Type: military document, Subject: Embry, James B, Compiler Address: Follett, TX, Original Publisher Location: Woodville, AL (Houston, TX, Original Date, 27 Jan 1864), Name as written: James B. Embrey, name as signed: J. B. Embry
  15. [S291] Ancestry.com. 1870 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
    Original data:
    1870 U.S. census, population schedules. NARA microfilm publication M593, 1,761 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.
    Minnesota census schedules for 1870. NARA microfilm publication T132, 13 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.
  16. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990), just the date, not the location

Martha Ann Sutton1

F, #444, b. 8-Jan-1842, d. 19-Mar-1893
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Parents

FatherJohn C. Sutton (b. 1806, d. aft 1854)
MotherMartha (b. 1813, d. 1860)

Family: James Blackston Embry (b. 30-Nov-1837, d. 16-Oct-1893)

DaughterFrankie Ann Embry (b. 7-Aug-1863, d. 1-Sep-1866)
DaughterMartha Adeline Embry (b. 21-Jan-1865, d. 25-Jul-1955)
SonAlbert Embry (b. 1868)
DaughterNancy Jane Embry (b. 13-Feb-1868, d. 24-Nov-1919)
DaughterMary Elizabeth Embry (b. 18-Jun-1869, d. 15-Nov-1946)
SonCharles Francis Embry (b. 30-Jan-1872, d. 16-Feb-1889)
SonArthur Blackston Embry (b. 1-Sep-1875, d. 20-Jun-1937)
SonClayton B. Embry (b. 22-Jul-1878, d. 24-Aug-1905)
DaughterJohncy Helen Embry (b. 4-Dec-1880, d. 22-Dec-1930)
SonWilliam Wallace Embry (b. 10-Jul-1884, d. 1947)
DaughterGeorgia Ann Embry (b. 1-Feb-1887, d. 2-Oct-1902)

Biography

NameMartha Ann Sutton was also known as Mary A. Sutton.
Birth8-Jan-1842She was born on 8-Jan-1842 in Alabama, United States.B2,3
Residence1850She lived at Subdivision 23B in Marshall County, Alabama, United StatesB, in 1850.
Residence1860She lived at Tract 6 Range 4 East in Marshall County, Alabama, United StatesB, in 1860.
Marriage11-Mar-1863James Blackston Embry and Martha Ann Sutton were married on 11-Mar-1863 at residence of James B. SuttonB in Guntersville, Marshall County, Alabama, United States.B Justice of Peace Eli Campbell presiding. Co-signer on the marriage bond was a man named William Bondurant. Family Bible gives the marriage date of 12 March (1862, which is probably wrong). Possibly the bond and license were done on the 11th and the ceremony on the 12th. It was wartime, the first child came along only 5 months later.4,5,6
marriedaft 11-Mar-1863Aft 11-Mar-18637
Education1870She was educated Census checked column ' Cannot Write ' in 1870 in Marshall County, Alabama, United States.B8
Residence (family)bet 1875 and 1885James Blackston Embry and Martha Ann Sutton lived in Texas, United StatesB, bet 1875 and 1885. Came to Texas from Alabama in either late 1870's or early 1880's9
Death19-Mar-1893She died on 19-Mar-1893 at age 51 in Boise, Oldham County, Texas, United States.B Family Bible says "departed this life joyfully"2,3
Burialaft 19-Mar-1893She was buried aft 19-Mar-1893 at Waxahachie City Cemetery+ in Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas, United States.B5
Last Edited7-Sep-2014

Citations

  1. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990), These papers were the result of research conducted by the compiler during her lifetime and include data collected from family members, records she inherited, and vital records collected from throughout the country
  2. [S366] Find A Grave, Martha Ann Sutton Embry, (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=103030067 : accessed 31 August 2014), 31 August 2014
  3. [S412] Holy Bible
  4. [S99] Probate Court of Marshall County Alabama, Alabama State Marriage Bond and Petition for License, Record Type: marriage bond, Name Of Person: Sutton, James B., State: Alabama, County: Marshall County (11 Mar 1863)
  5. [S366] Find A Grave, Martha Ann Sutton Embry, (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=103030067 : accessed 31 August 2014).
  6. [S412] Holy Bible, date given is 12 March 1862, by E. Campbell JP
  7. [S89] Compiler: Price, Katie, Genealogical Papers of the Price, Embry and Riffle Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Follett, TX (Houston, TX, 1901-1994), These papers were the result of research conducted by the compiler during her lifetime and include data collected from family members, records she inherited, and personal recollection. Also included are scrapbook items from her life with her husband and son. Inherited upon her death in 1994 by her son, James Malcolm (Mack) Price of Houston, TX
  8. [S89] Compiler: Price, Katie, Genealogical Papers of the Price, Embry and Riffle Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Follett, TX (Houston, TX, 1901-1994)
  9. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990)

James Mordecai Price1,2

M, #445, b. 2-May-1868, d. 6-Feb-1899
ReferencesJames Mordecai Price - Descendants
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Parents

FatherWilliam Gilwater Price (b. 7-Nov-1847, d. 15-Mar-1926)
MotherLucinda Jane Bussey (b. 30-Sep-1845, d. 11-Jan-1914)

Family: Catherine Echols Williamson (b. abt 1865, d. 9-Sep-1947)

SonHomer Price (b. 9-Feb-1894, d. 30-Nov-1960)
DaughterBeulah Ursula Price (b. 5-Jul-1895, d. 18-Dec-1976)
SonHoward Wayne Price (b. 14-Jan-1897, d. 4-Jun-1897)
SonJames William Henry Price (b. 17-Aug-1898, d. 11-Jun-1984)

Biography

NameJames Mordecai Price was also known as James.3
NameHe was also known as James M.4
NameHe was also known as James Mordiciah Price.
Birth2-May-1868He was born on 2-May-1868 in Arkansas, United States.B5,6,4,7,5,6,4,7
Witness1870He appeared in the census in the household of William Gilwater Price and Lucinda Jane Bussey in 1870 in Prairie Township, Carroll County, Arkansas, United States.B value of personal estate: $312, he cannot read or write, she can read but not write. Also listed is a boy, Jamison Baker, 2 years old. Looking further in this area, another family is housing two other young Baker children. This leads to speculation that the parents of these three Baker children died and that neighbors were taking care of them.5,6
Residence1880James Mordecai Price lived in Prairie Township, Carroll County, Arkansas, United StatesB, in 1880.
Witness22-Jun-1880He appeared in the census in the household of William Gilwater Price and Lucinda Jane Bussey on 22-Jun-1880 in Prairie Township, Carroll County, Arkansas, United States.B Another family sharing this dwelling was that of Lucinda's brother and his wife, Sarah Hull (#4415) and their children Charley M. Bussey (5248) and Marah E. Bussey (#5249). A third family in this house, not identifed but perhaps WG's brother and family are: Perry Price age 26, his wife Sarah age 26, their son John age 4 and daughter Emmy age 2. There are several other Bussey, Gentry, and Denney families listed in the area.8
Marriagebef 9-Feb-1894James Mordecai Price and Catherine Echols Williamson were married bef 9-Feb-1894.9,9
Death6-Feb-1899James Mordecai Price died on 6-Feb-1899 at age 30 in Eureka Springs, Carroll County, Arkansas, United States.B9,9
Last Edited16-Mar-2012

Citations

  1. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990), These papers were the result of research conducted by the compiler during her lifetime and include data collected from family members, records she inherited, and vital records collected from throughout the country
  2. He was possibly named for his uncle, James Morticah Bussey (I4413), who had died 10 years earlier while only a year-and-a-half old.
  3. [S134] 1870 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Arkansas, County: Carroll County, Post Office: Berryville, Version: 1870, Micropub: M593_49, Page: 1, Township: Prairie (not given, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005), Busey family shown as family 1 on this page - perhaps related to Lucinda, William Price // 2 // 2 // There is no actual enumeration date stated on this sheet
  4. [S137] 1880 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Arkansas, County: Carroll County, Version: 1880, Micropub: T9_40, Page: 31, Enumeration District: 28, Township: Prairie (22 Jun 1880, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005), W.G. Price // 4 // 5
  5. [S131] Seidler, Peggy, Seidler and McCurdy Family, Record Type: GEDCOM file, Author E-mail: email address, Document Url: http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=peggys (04 Nov 2001, Access Date, 04 Nov 2001)
  6. [S134] 1870 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Arkansas, County: Carroll County, Post Office: Berryville, Version: 1870, Micropub: M593_49, Page: 1, Township: Prairie (not given, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005), William Price // 2 // 2 // There is no actual enumeration date stated on this sheet
  7. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990), said c. 1867
  8. [S137] 1880 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Arkansas, County: Carroll County, Version: 1880, Micropub: T9_40, Page: 31, Enumeration District: 28, Township: Prairie (22 Jun 1880, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005)
  9. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990)

Catherine Echols Williamson1

F, #446, b. about 1865, d. 9-Sep-1947
WILLIAMSON Catherine Echols
ReferencesJames Mordecai Price - Descendants
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Parents

FatherSamuel Payne Williamson (b. 12-Sep-1817, d. 1894)
MotherMary Matilda Duck (b. 19-Nov-1821, d. 1889)

Family 1: James Mordecai Price (b. 2-May-1868, d. 6-Feb-1899)

SonHomer Price (b. 9-Feb-1894, d. 30-Nov-1960)
DaughterBeulah Ursula Price (b. 5-Jul-1895, d. 18-Dec-1976)
SonHoward Wayne Price (b. 14-Jan-1897, d. 4-Jun-1897)
SonJames William Henry Price (b. 17-Aug-1898, d. 11-Jun-1984)

Family 2: Cartwright Gentry (b. 20-Apr-1858, d. 17-May-1934)

DaughterGladys Maggie Gentry (b. 4-Mar-1906)

Biography

NameCatherine Echols Williamson was also known as Kate Guiley.
NameShe was also known as A. C. Williamson.
NameShe was also known as Price.2
NameShe was also known as Kate Gentry.3
NameShe was also known as Catherine E. Gentry.4
NameShe was also known as Gentry.2
NameShe was also known as C. E.5
NameShe was also known as Catherine.6
NameShe was also known as Gentry, (Williamson.)2
NameShe was also known as Price, (Williamson.)2
NameShe was also known as Katie Price.7
Reference NoShe has reference number 447.
Reference NoShe has reference number A:4-9.
Birthabt 1865She was born abt 1865 in Arkansas, United States.B
Birth29-Apr-1867She was born on 29-Apr-1867 in Arkansas, United States.B8,6,4,3,8,6,3,4
BirthApr-1868She was born in Apr-1868 in Arkansas, United States.B7,7
Witness1-Jun-1870She appeared in the census in the household of Samuel Payne Williamson and Mary Matilda Duck on 1-Jun-1870 in Prairie Township, Madison County, Arkansas, United States.B value of estate: $3006
Residence1880Catherine Echols Williamson lived in Coryell County, Texas, United StatesB, in 1880.
Witness1-Jun-1880She appeared in the census in the household of Samuel Payne Williamson and Mary Matilda Duck on 1-Jun-1880 in Coryell County, Texas, United States.B9,9
Marriagebef 9-Feb-1894James Mordecai Price and Catherine Echols Williamson were married bef 9-Feb-1894.8,8
Marriagebet 1899 and 1903Cartwright Gentry and Catherine Echols Williamson were married bet 1899 and 1903 in Eureka Springs, Carroll County, Arkansas, United States.B8
Occupation1900In 1900 Catherine Echols Williamson was a dairy woman.7,7
Residence1900She lived in Berryville, Carroll County, Arkansas, United StatesB, in 1900.
Census4-Jun-1900She appeared in the census on 4-Jun-1900 in Prairie Township, Carroll County, Arkansas, United States.B she was a widow renting a house7
Census4-Jun-1900She appeared in the census on 4-Jun-1900 in Prairie Township, Carroll County, Arkansas, United States.B7
Occupation1910In 1910 Catherine Echols Williamson was a farmer.4,4
Residencebet 1910 and 1920She lived in Follett, Lipscomb County, Texas, United StatesB, bet 1910 and 1920. She moved in with her bachelor brother, and lived on his farm. Her children inherited the farm, Homer bought out his brother and sisters' share, and it is still in the possession of Homer's son.10
Residencebet 1910 and 1920She lived in Follett, Lipscomb County, Texas, United StatesB, bet 1910 and 1920.11
Divorcebef 15-Apr-1910Cartwright Gentry and Catherine Echols Williamson were divorced bef 15-Apr-1910.4
Census6-May-1910She appeared in the census on 6-May-1910 in Blue Grass Township, Beaver County, Oklahoma, United States.B4
Census6-May-1910She appeared in the census on 6-May-1910 in Blue Grass Township, Beaver County, Oklahoma, United States.B renting her home4
Residence1920She lived at Justice Precinct 3 in Lipscomb County, Texas, United StatesB, in 1920.
Occupation1920In 1920 Catherine Echols Williamson was the manager of a restaurant.3,3
Census21-Feb-1920She appeared in the census on 21-Feb-1920 in Lipscomb County, Texas, United States.B3
Census21-Feb-1920She appeared in the census on 21-Feb-1920 in Lipscomb County, Texas, United States.B she owned her home and had a mortgage on it3
Census21-Apr-1930She appeared in the census on 21-Apr-1930 at 5th Avenue in Canyon, Randall County, Texas, United States.B along with her brother S. R. Williamson (#508). She owned the house, it was worth $5000, and they had a radio.12
Census21-Apr-1930She appeared in the census on 21-Apr-1930 in Canyon, Randall County, Texas, United States.B12
Residence1945She lived in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, United StatesB, in 1945. There she lived with her daughter Gladys Loomer13
Residence1945She lived in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, United StatesB, in 1945.14
Death9-Sep-1947She died on 9-Sep-1947 at her daughter Gladys' homeB in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, United States.B she had been ill for two weeks14,8
Death9-Sep-1947She died on 9-Sep-1947 at her daughter Gladys' homeB in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, United States.B8,14
Last Edited4-May-2011

Citations

  1. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990), These papers were the result of research conducted by the compiler during her lifetime and include data collected from family members, records she inherited, and vital records collected from throughout the country
  2. [S104] Leslie Price's family documents and personal knowledge, all put together prior to 1998. Documentation will eventually be scanned and sourced more completely.
  3. [S310] Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
    Original data: Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. (NARA microfilm publication T625, 2076 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 are on roll 323 (Chicago City), Kate Gentry // 97 // 100
  4. [S37] 1910 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Oklahoma, County: Beaver County, Version: 1910, Micropub: T624_1242, Page: 9B, Enumeration District: 19, Township: BlueGrass (6 May 1910, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005), Catherine E. Gentry // 174 // 181
  5. [S34] 1880 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Texas, County: Coryell County, Version: 1880, Micropub: T9_1298, Page: 6, Enumeration District: 26 (3 Jun 1880, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005), S.P. Williamson // 57 // 58
  6. [S28] 1870 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Arkansas, County: Madison County, Post Office: Hindeville, Version: 1870, Micropub: M593_58, Page: 14, Township: Prairie (12 Jun 1870, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005), S.L. Williamson // 93 // 93
  7. [S35] 1900 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Arkansas, County: Carroll County, Version: 1900, Micropub: T623_52, Page: 3, Enumeration District: 43, Township: Prairie (4 Jun 1900, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005), Katie Price // 37 // 37
  8. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990)
  9. [S34] 1880 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Texas, County: Coryell County, Version: 1880, Micropub: T9_1298, Page: 6, Enumeration District: 26 (3 Jun 1880, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005), S.P. Williamson // 57 // 58 // the census taker only wrote down initials for the members of the household
  10. [S167] James Malcolm Price, Genealogy correspondence: Mack Price to Leslie Price, Recipient: Leslie Diane Price , Author Address: Houston, TX (2000's), Multiple emails sent from Mack Price to his daughter, Leslie, about his family's history.
  11. [S167] James Malcolm Price, Genealogy correspondence: Mack Price to Leslie Price, Recipient: Leslie Diane Price , Author Address: Houston, TX (2000's)
  12. [S42] 1930 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: Population Schedule, State: Texas, County: Randall County, City: city of Canyon, Version: 1930, Micropub: T626_2385, Page: 11B, Enumeration District: 1 (21 Apr 1930, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005), Kate Gentry // 259 // 265
  13. [S80] Compiler: Price, Homer, Mrs. Kate Gentry Dies at Home of Daughter Here, Record Type: obituary, Subject: Gentry, Katherine Echols Williamson, Compiler Address: Follett, TX, Source Type: newspaper, Item Type: clipping (Houston, TX), Handwriting on the paper dates the clipping from Sept. 1947
  14. [S80] Compiler: Price, Homer, Mrs. Kate Gentry Dies at Home of Daughter Here, Record Type: obituary, Subject: Gentry, Katherine Echols Williamson, Compiler Address: Follett, TX, Source Type: newspaper, Item Type: clipping (Houston, TX)

James M. Sutton1

M, #447, b. 1809

Parents

FatherJames D. Sutton (b. 1784, d. 1857)
MotherElizabeth Rauch (b. 1784, d. bef 1860)

Family: Mary Kirkland (b. 1806, d. 1860)

DaughterBurtheny Ellen Sutton (b. 1831)
DaughterElizabeth Sutton (b. 1836, d. 1914)
DaughterSarah Catherine Sutton (b. 1839)
DaughterMartha Ann Sutton (b. 8-Jan-1842, d. 19-Mar-1893)
SonJohn F. Sutton (b. 1843)
SonJames Bloom Sutton (b. 1845)

Biography

Reference NoJames M. Sutton has reference number 448.
OccupationJames M. Sutton was a Reverend / Pastor.2,2,2
NotePossible parentage of Martha Ann Sutton.

It seems more likely that her parents are Martha Tipton and John Sutton.
Birth1809He was born in 1809 in South Carolina, United States.B1,1
Marriagebef 1834He and Mary Kirkland were married bef 1834.2,2,2
Last Edited4-Nov-2001

Citations

  1. [S104] Leslie Price's family documents and personal knowledge, all put together prior to 1998. Documentation will eventually be scanned and sourced more completely.
  2. [S11] Priest, Larry Wayne, Sutton Ancestors, Record Type: GEDCOM file, Author E-mail: email address, File Name: 143870 (9 Jun 2000, Access Date, 16 Jun 2000)

Anderson Newt Faucett1

M, #448, b. 25-Sep-1837

Parents

FatherDavid Fausett (b. 28-Mar-1800, d. 12-Sep-1870)
MotherMargaret Matilda Parks (b. 1807)

Family: Martha J. Morton (b. 3-Oct-1842, d. 19-Feb-1909)

DaughterSarah Josephine Faucett (b. 4-Dec-1859, d. 25-Aug-1897)
SonWilliam A. Fausett (b. abt 1863)
SonJonathan Fausett (b. abt 1863)
DaughterBetty D. Fausett (b. abt 1867)
SonLennie O. Fausett (b. abt 1871)

Biography

NameAnderson Newt Faucett was also known as Andrew Newton Fausett.2
NameHe was also known as Anderson N. Fausett.3
NameHe was also known as Andrew Fossett.3
MarriageHe and Martha J. Morton were married.4
ResidenceAnderson Newt Faucett lived. The Fausetts lived very close to where the Gandy Brothers and Sam Riffle were partners in a farm.3
Birth25-Sep-1837He was born on 25-Sep-1837 in Lewisburg, Marshall County, Tennessee, United States.B1
Witness1850He appeared in the census in the household of David Fausett and Margaret Matilda Parks in 1850. Census, unknown location:
David Fausett age 50 Farmer
Rhoda 44
William T. 23 Farmer
Sarah F. 18
Nancy E. 15
Anderson N. 13
Margarett E. 9
Robert Gilford 22 Laborer
Ann Fausett 64

Fausetts lived very close to where the Gandy brothers and Sam Riffle were partners in a farm.
Value of Real Estate owned $80005
Last Edited24-Apr-2017

Citations

  1. [S104] Leslie Price's family documents and personal knowledge, all put together prior to 1998. Documentation will eventually be scanned and sourced more completely.
  2. [S104] Leslie Price's family documents and personal knowledge, all put together prior to 1998. Documentation will eventually be scanned and sourced more completely, 1880 census = A.N. Fausett
  3. [S187] Blaine Allen Golden, Genealogy correspondence: Blaine Golden to Leslie Price, Recipient: Leslie Diane Price , Author Address: Alta Loma, CA (1990s)
  4. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990), These papers were the result of research conducted by the compiler during her lifetime and include data collected from family members, records she inherited, and vital records collected from throughout the country
  5. [S187] Blaine Allen Golden, Genealogy correspondence: Blaine Golden to Leslie Price, Recipient: Leslie Diane Price , Author Address: Alta Loma, CA (1990s), Note that Ann was only 14 years older than David, so most probably Ann is an older sister (or stepmom) rather than his mother

Martha J. Morton1

F, #449, b. 3-Oct-1842, d. 19-Feb-1909

Parents

FatherJonathan Stone Morton (b. 31-Mar-1816, d. 18-Aug-1886)
MotherElisabeth (b. abt 1822)

Family: Anderson Newt Faucett (b. 25-Sep-1837)

DaughterSarah Josephine Faucett (b. 4-Dec-1859, d. 25-Aug-1897)
SonWilliam A. Fausett (b. abt 1863)
SonJonathan Fausett (b. abt 1863)
DaughterBetty D. Fausett (b. abt 1867)
SonLennie O. Fausett (b. abt 1871)

Biography

NameMartha J. Morton was also known as Faucett, (Morton.)
MarriageAnderson Newt Faucett and Martha J. Morton were married.2
Birth3-Oct-1842She was born on 3-Oct-1842 in Tennessee, United States.B3
Death19-Feb-1909She died on 19-Feb-1909 at age 66.3
Burialaft 19-Feb-1909She was buried aft 19-Feb-1909 at Santa Anna Cemetery in Santa Anna, Coleman County, Texas, United States.3
Last Edited31-Aug-2014

Citations

  1. [S104] Leslie Price's family documents and personal knowledge, all put together prior to 1998. Documentation will eventually be scanned and sourced more completely.
  2. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990), These papers were the result of research conducted by the compiler during her lifetime and include data collected from family members, records she inherited, and vital records collected from throughout the country
  3. [S372] Find A Grave, Martha J. Fausett, (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=45384080 : accessed 31 August 2014).

Samuel Payne Williamson1

M, #450, b. 12-Sep-1817, d. 1894
ReferencesMy Ancestors-list
Pedigree Chart
Pedigree List

Parents

FatherWilliamson (b. say 1791)
MotherMartha (b. from 2-Jun-1791 - 1-Jun-1792, d. aft 1850)

Family: Mary Matilda Duck (b. 19-Nov-1821, d. 1889)

DaughterFrances Marion Williamson (b. 16-Feb-1852, d. 9-Oct-1933)
SonJohn Willis Williamson (b. 25-Dec-1853, d. aft 1900)
SonJames Madison Williamson (b. 8-Mar-1855, d. 9-Jun-1937)
DaughterMargaret Elizabeth Williamson (b. 22-Nov-1856)
DaughterMary Matilda Williamson (b. abt 1857)
SonSamuel Robert Williamson (b. abt 1860)
SonJefferson Hubbard Williamson (b. 18-Sep-1862)
DaughterAmanda Lucy Williamson (b. 20-Sep-1864, d. 3-Jan-1937)
DaughterCatherine Echols Williamson (b. abt 1865, d. 9-Sep-1947)

Biography

NameSamuel Payne Williamson was also known as S. L.2
NameHe was also known as S. P.3,4
NameHe was also known as Samuel P. Williamson.5
NameHe was also known as Sam Williamson.
NameHe was also known as Samel P. Williamson.
NameHe was also known as Samuel P. Williamson.
NameHe was also known as S. P. Williamson.
Reference NoHe has reference number A:5-18.
Reference NoHe has reference number 451.
Birth12-Sep-1817He was born on 12-Sep-1817 in Tennessee, United States.B The 1880 Census shows his father born in North Carolina, and his mother born in Georgia.6,2,3,7,8,9,4,10
Birth12-Sep-1817He was born on 12-Sep-1817 in Tennessee, United States.B6,3,2,7,11,9,4,12
Birthabt 1818He was born abt 1818 in Virginia, United States.B
Birthabt 1818He was born abt 1818 in Tennessee, United States.B
Residence1850He lived at Summerville District in Chattooga County, Georgia, United StatesB, in 1850.
Census1-Jun-1850He appeared in the census on 1-Jun-1850 at Summerville District in Chattooga County, Georgia, United States.B stated value of real estate owned: $500. Also living in this household was Martha Williamson (#5278), possibly his mother, Elizabeth Williamson (#5279), possibly his sister, and Francis M. Williamson (#5280), possibly his brother.13
Occupation1-Jun-1850On 1-Jun-1850 Samuel Payne Williamson was a wagon maker at Summerville District in Chattooga County, Georgia, United States.B4,4
Census1-Jun-1850He appeared in the census on 1-Jun-1850 at Summerville District in Chattooga County, Georgia, United States.B13
Residence1860He lived in Liberty Township, Independence County, Arkansas, United StatesB, in 1860.
Occupationfrom 1860 - 1880From 1860 - 1880 Samuel Payne Williamson was a farmer. In the 1860 Census he is listed as a farmer, in the 1870 Census he is listed as a farm hand, and in the 1880 Census he is again listed as a farmer. This could imply a change from owning and working land to being a worker on someone else's land to then owning his own farm again - or it could just be the different way that census takers chose to write things down.2,3,5
Occupationfrom 1860 - 1880From 1860 - 1880 Samuel Payne Williamson was a farmer.2,3,5
Marriagebef 1-Jun-1860He and Mary Matilda Duck were married bef 1-Jun-1860.6,6
Census (family)1-Jun-1860Samuel Payne Williamson and Mary Matilda Duck appeared in the census on 1-Jun-1860 in Liberty Township, Independence County, Arkansas, United States.B he claimed $1000 in Real Estate value, and a personal estate worth $20014
Residence1870Samuel Payne Williamson lived in Prairie Township, Madison County, Arkansas, United StatesB, in 1870.
Census (family)1-Jun-1870He and Mary Matilda Duck appeared in the census on 1-Jun-1870 in Prairie Township, Madison County, Arkansas, United States.B value of estate: $30015
Residence1880Samuel Payne Williamson lived in Coryell County, Texas, United StatesB, in 1880.
Census (family)1-Jun-1880He and Mary Matilda Duck appeared in the census on 1-Jun-1880 in Coryell County, Texas, United States.B16,16
Death1894Samuel Payne Williamson died in 1894 at age ~77.6,6
Last Edited21-Feb-2015

Citations

  1. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990), These papers were the result of research conducted by the compiler during her lifetime and include data collected from family members, records she inherited, and vital records collected from throughout the country
  2. [S28] 1870 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Arkansas, County: Madison County, Post Office: Hindeville, Version: 1870, Micropub: M593_58, Page: 14, Township: Prairie (12 Jun 1870, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005)
  3. [S34] 1880 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Texas, County: Coryell County, Version: 1880, Micropub: T9_1298, Page: 6, Enumeration District: 26 (3 Jun 1880, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005)
  4. [S60] 1850 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Georgia, County: Chattooga County, Version: 1850, Micropub: M432_64, Page: 363A, Township: Summerville (15 Sep 1850, Access Date, 05 Jun 2006)
  5. [S57] 1860 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Arkansas, County: Independence County, Post Office: Pleasant Plains, Version: 1860, Micropub: M653_43, Page: 256, Township: Liberty (22 Aug 1850, Access Date, 6 Jun 2006)
  6. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990)
  7. [S35] 1900 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Arkansas, County: Carroll County, Version: 1900, Micropub: T623_52, Page: 3, Enumeration District: 43, Township: Prairie (4 Jun 1900, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005)
  8. [S37] 1910 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Oklahoma, County: Beaver County, Version: 1910, Micropub: T624_1242, Page: 9B, Enumeration District: 19, Township: BlueGrass (6 May 1910, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005), Catherine stated father born in Tennessee
  9. [S310] Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
    Original data: Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. (NARA microfilm publication T625, 2076 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 are on roll 323 (Chicago City).
  10. [S2] Conclusions made by Leslie Price based on other associated dates and events, described where used, The 1850 Census states that he was born in Georgia, but the subsequent 3 Census that he is shown on list a birth state of Tennessee, so there is some question, but Tennessee seems more likely.
  11. [S37] 1910 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Oklahoma, County: Beaver County, Version: 1910, Micropub: T624_1242, Page: 9B, Enumeration District: 19, Township: BlueGrass (6 May 1910, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005)
  12. [S2] Conclusions made by Leslie Price based on other associated dates and events, The 1850 Census states that he was born in Georgia, but the subsequent 3 Census that he is shown on list a birth state of Tennessee, so there is some question, but Tennessee seems more likely.
  13. [S60] 1850 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Georgia, County: Chattooga County, Version: 1850, Micropub: M432_64, Page: 363A, Township: Summerville (15 Sep 1850, Access Date, 05 Jun 2006), S.P.Williamson // 9 // 9 // It is unknown how these individuals are related.
  14. [S57] 1860 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Arkansas, County: Independence County, Post Office: Pleasant Plains, Version: 1860, Micropub: M653_43, Page: 256, Township: Liberty (22 Aug 1850, Access Date, 6 Jun 2006), Saml. P. Williamson // 1768 // 1757
  15. [S28] 1870 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Arkansas, County: Madison County, Post Office: Hindeville, Version: 1870, Micropub: M593_58, Page: 14, Township: Prairie (12 Jun 1870, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005), S.L. Williamson // 93 // 93
  16. [S34] 1880 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Texas, County: Coryell County, Version: 1880, Micropub: T9_1298, Page: 6, Enumeration District: 26 (3 Jun 1880, Access Date, 8 Mar 2005), S.P. Williamson // 57 // 58 // the census taker only wrote down initials for the members of the household