Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

Notes


David BARTON


Probably, everyone associates this David Barton with:  "being   killed on expedition into Kentucky with Daniel Boone, fighting Indians led by British officers.  (ca 1775)  We read in the November 1999 Supplement that David's name is listed on a large monument at Boonesville KY.  These words are inscribed on the monument:   

Fort Boonesborough
Dedicated by their descendants to the sacred memory of the Brave Pioneers who Entered the Wilderness of What Later Became Known as Boonesborough

First Fortified Settlement in Kentucky
We honor these first families of Kentucky

Same site:
Others may recall the story from The Barton Book  about David and Ruth, when moving from Virginia to Kentucky: "... Ruth's children were so small - some of them - that they drove a cow along so that her children might have milk."  (Probably in 1772)  When I recently had the privilege of spending several hours with our noted "dean" of Barton researchers, Ruth Barton Coleman of Austin TX, she noted that it was normal to take your cows along when you were moving.  She didn't see anything unusual about this, but did agree that it makes a nice story.  It also emphasizes the dilemma that Ruth faced in raising those small children after her husband was killed.  (Another story, maybe next time.)

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David BARTON (Thomas II , Thomas I ) was born about 1730 in probably Prince William or Fauquier Co., VA. He died before 1772 in by Indians with Daniel Boone in Kentucky.

Children:
6 F i Elizabeth BARTON.  
+ 7 M ii John BARTON was born 1757 and died 3 Jan 1839.
+ 8 F iii Mary BARTON was born 1758 and died 1851.
+ 9 M iv Benjamin BARTON was born about 1759.
  10 F v  Nellie BARTON was born about 1760.  
  11 F vi  Ruth BARTON was born about 1760.  
         Ruth married Isaac TRASHER. Isaac was born about 1755.  
+ 12 M vii William BARTON was born about 1760 and died 1827.
+ 13 M viii Willoughby BARTON was born about 1760 and died 4 Jul 1838.
+ 14 F ix Frances BARTON was born about 1762.
+ 15 M x Presley BARTON was born about 1762 and died 1822.
+ 16 F xi Susan BARTON was born 14 Feb 1766 and died 21 Apr 1837.
+ 17 M xii Thomas BARTON was born 15 May 1768 and died 10 Jul 1826.
+ 18 M xiii David Oldham BARTON was born 20 Dec 1770 and died 1 Mar 1842.


Thomas BARTON

They had the following children:

+ 3 M i David BARTON was born about 1730 and died before 1772.
+ 4 M ii Thomas , Sr. BARTON was born about 1723 and died about 1789.
  5 M iii  Abraham BARTON.


Grace DRUMMOND

Grace was killed in 1699 by indians.


John WYNN

John Wynn was married to Elizabeth Jett McCown, sister of Susan Zenatope McCown, who married James Polk Goodson, one of Thomas' sons with Martha. Therefore - James' sister-in-law's husband was one of the adminstrators for his father's estate.

John Wynn lived in Madison Township, Sevier Co., Ar in 1860 with wife Martha Beane (Beene).

Four children: Anna Irene (m. TJ Mitchell), Francis Duncan (m Maty Morgan), Henry J., Joseph J. (m Nellie Sanders).
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Name: John Wynne
Sex: M
Birth: 7 FEB 1827 in Tennessee
Death: 11 MAY 1882 in Howard County, Arkansas
Note:
Last will and testament of John Wynn deceased - Howard County, Arkansas; Will Book A, p. 60

Know all men by these present that I, John Wynn, of Howard County, Arkansas being at this time weak in body but of sound and disposing mind and memory and if view of the uncertainty of life, do hereby make, publish, and declare this instrument as, for and to be my last will and testament:

Item 1: I do give and bequeath to my daughters Sarah M Jones and Martha R Westbrook the sum of five dollars each, to be paid in cash by my executor within a reasonable time after my death. My reason for the apparent smallness of this bequest being that I have hereto forward made advancements to my said daughters to the value of about four hundred dollars each.

Item 2: I do give and bequeath to each of the living children of each and either of my deceased daughters Nancy J Morris, deceased; Cynthia E Westbrook deceased, and Mary M Huggins deceased the sum of one dollar each, to be paid as directed in item first herein.

Item 3: It is my will and I do hereby direct that my lands and personal property shall be kept together by my executors and managed and controlled by them according to their best judgement and that out of the proceeds thereof any minor children including the three children of Mrs. Gideon, hereinafter named shall be raised and educated according to their means until they shall respectively arrive at the age of majority and for that purpose, I do hereby authorize and empower my executors to sell or dispose of any surplus stock or products.

Item 4: I do devise and bequeath to my wife, Elizabeth J forward during the term of her natural life a homestead of one hundred sixty acres of land to be selected by her and to include my present dwelling and outbuildings and to run according to the ____ surveys and it is my desire that she reside upon the same and take care of and raise said children to their majority.

Item 5: I do give and bequeath to each of my children - to wit: John T., Fanny I., Francis Duncan and Henry J Wynn, the sum of Four hundred dollars each, to be paid to them in cash by my executors within a reasonable time after they respectively marry or arrive at the age of majority.

Item 6: I do give and bequeath to the three children of Mrs. Gideon, to wit: James H, Mary C., and Lou Ella Gideon, the sum of two hundred dollars each <$200 each> to be paid to them respectively within a reasonable time after they shall respectively marry or arrive at the age of majority.

Item 7: It is my will that upon the death of my wife, should that event not occur until after the youngest of my children shall have reached the age of majority that my lands and personal property be sold and divided between my children as follows
[All of Item 7 is stricken with hash marks]

Item 8: It is my will that should any other child be born to me of my present wife that such child shall have and receive the sum of four hundred dollars upon the terms and at the same time as is specified for my son John T. in Section 5 of this document.

Item 9: It is my will that after the payment of the several legacies herein set forth, my estate shall be divided into fifteen shares and distributed as follows, viz:
To my children Sarah M Jones, Martha R Westbrook, Jno. T. Wynn, Fanny I Wynn, Frances D. Wynn, and Henry J Wynn one whole share or two half shares each and to James Henry Gideon, Mary Catharine Gideon, and Lou Ella Gideon I give the three remaining half shares, one half share to each.

Item 10: It is my will that the division and distribution of provided for in the preceeding section hereof shall not take place during the lifetime of my widow unless she should remarry, but in the event of her remarriage, it is my will and desire that dower be assigned her out of my estate according to law and that a suitable guardian be appointed for my children, if any, and the property remaining after the allotment of dower be placed in the hands of such guardian for the benefit of the minors and that the same be at once distributed as herein before provided.

Item 11: It is my intent to provide equally and equitably for all children so that each may receive an advancement of four hundred dollars before my estate is distributed and the said Sarah M Jones and Martha R Westbrooks, who have already received that sum, shall be entitled to any share therein, except the legacy of five dollars each herein before provided.

Item 12: I do hereby appoint my wife Elizabeth J and my son John T to be joint executors of this my will, and I do expressly desire that no bond shall be required of them as such executors and that no proceedings in court or administration may be had of estate.

In testimony whereof, I do hereunto set my hand and declare the foregoing instrument to be my last will and testament on this the 21st day of March, A.D. 1880.

[Note: The following errors and insertations are made before signing, to wit:
on page 1 Item 2 the words "each and" included after "children of"
on page 2 Item 5 a word erased and the words "they respectively marry or arrive at the age of majority" inserted before the commencement of Item 6.
on page 3 the whole of Item 7 erased by defacing with crosslines]

John Wynn

Attest
John L Cannon
G. W. Hurdle

This is to certify that I, W. T. Littlefield, a duly commissioned Justice of the peace in and for the County of Howard, State of Arkansas, this the 4th day of November 1882 In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand as Justice of the Peace.
(signed)
W. T. Littlefield, J.P.
{copied by Lisa D. Mitchell, 15 Nov 1997, from microfilm copy of original clerk's records}

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http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=dyeralsups&id=I34183
Name: John WYNNE
Sex: M
Birth: 7 FEB 1827 in Tennessee
Death: 11 MAY 1882 in Howard County, Arkansas
TYPE Comment 1
PLAC His first wife

TYPE Comment 1
PLAC His second wife
Change Date: 5 JAN 2003 at 18:02:47

Father: Thomas WYNNE b: 9 OCT 1800
Mother: Nancy SWEETIN b: Abt 1800

Marriage 1 Martha BEENE b: 23 SEP 1818 in Alabama
Married: 1 FEB 1844 in Itawamba County, Mississippi
Children
Mary M. WYNNE b: 27 JAN 1845 in Itawamba County, Mississippi
Sarah M. WYNNE b: 8 SEP 1846 in Itawamba County, Missippi
Nancy J. WYNNE b: 10 SEP 1848 in Itawamba County, Missippi
Cynthia Elizabeth WYNNE b: 15 JAN 1851 in Itawamba County, Missippi
Martha Rachel WYNNE b: 25 AUG 1853 in Mississippiunty, Mississippi
Marilda A. WYNNE b: 31 JAN 1856 in Itawamba County, Mississippi
Dutton O. WYNNE b: 4 APR 1858 in Howard County, Arkansas
John Thomas WYNNE b: 20 FEB 1862 in Hempstead County, Arkansas

Marriage 2 Elizabeth Jett MCCOWN
Married: 7 NOV 1871 in Howard County, Arkansas
Children
Anna Irene WYNNE b: 23 APR 1874 in Howard County, Arkansas
Francis Duncan WYNNE b: 23 NOV 1876 in Howard County, Arkansas
Henry J. WYNNE b: 13 MAR 1878 in Howard County, Arkansas
Joseph J. WYNNE b: 7 JUN 1880 in Howard County, Arkansas
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WYNN, JOHN    
  Land Office: WASHINGTON Sequence #:   
  Document Number: 12821 Total Acres: 80
  Misc. Doc. Nr.:   Signature: Yes
  Canceled Document: No Issue Date: April 02, 1860
  Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No
  Survey Date:   Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
  Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
 Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries

Legal Land Description:
# Aliquot Parts Block # Base Line Fractional Section Township Range Section #
1 NESE   5TH PM No 8S 28W 18
2 SWNW   5TH PM No 8S 28W 17
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 WYNN, JOHN    
  Land Office: WASHINGTON Sequence #:   
  Document Number: 12861 Total Acres: 40
  Misc. Doc. Nr.:   Signature: Yes
  Canceled Document: No Issue Date: April 02, 1860
  Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No
  Survey Date:   Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
  Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
  Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries

Legal Land Description:
# Aliquot Parts Block # Base Line Fractional Section Township Range Section #
1 SESE   5TH PM No 8S 28W 7
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WYNN, JOHN    
  Land Office: WASHINGTON Sequence #:   
  Document Number: 12862 Total Acres: 40
  Misc. Doc. Nr.:   Signature: Yes
  Canceled Document: No Issue Date: April 02, 1860
  Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No
  Survey Date:   Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
  Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
  Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries

Legal Land Description:
# Aliquot Parts Block # Base Line Fractional Section Township Range Section #
1 SWSW   5TH PM No 8S 28W 8
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WYNN, JOHN    
  Land Office: CAMDEN Sequence #:   
  Document Number: 17484 Total Acres: 40
  Misc. Doc. Nr.:   Signature: Yes
  Canceled Document: No Issue Date: August 15, 1882
  Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No
  Survey Date:   Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
  Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
  Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries

Legal Land Description:
# Aliquot Parts Block # Base Line Fractional Section Township Range Section #
1 NESE   5TH PM No 6S 31W 11
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Name: John Wynne
Sex: M
Birth: 7 FEB 1827 in Tennessee
Death: 5 NOV 1882 in Howard County, Arkansas
Burial: Wynn Cemetery, Dierks, Arkansas
Father: Thomas Wynne b: 9 OCT 1800
Mother: Nancy Sweeten b: 29 JUN 1801 in Anderson County, Tennessee

Marriage 1 Martha Beene b: 23 SEP 1818 in Alabama
Married: 1 JAN 1844 in Itawamba County, Mississippi
Children
Mary M. Wynne b: 27 JAN 1845 in Itawamba County, Mississippi
Sarah W. Wynne b: 8 SEP 1846 in Itawamba County, Mississippi
Nancy I. Wynne b: 10 SEP 1848 in Itawamba County, Mississippi
Cynthia E. Wynne b: 18 JAN 1851 in Itawamba County, Mississippi
Martha Rachel "Mattie" Wynne b: 25 AUG 1853 in Itawamba County, Mississippi
Marilda A. Wynne b: 31 JAN 1856 in Itawamba County, Mississippi
Dutton O. Wynne b: 20 APR 1858 in Arkansas
John Thomas Wynne b: 20 FEB 1862 in Arkansas

Marriage 2 Elizabeth Jane McCowan (s/b Elizabeth Jett McCown)
Married: 7 NOV 1871
Children
Anna Irene Wynn b: 23 APR 1874 in Arkansas
Frances J. Wynn b: 12 JUL 1875 in Howard County, Arkansas
Francis Duncan Wynn b: 23 NOV 1876 in Howard County, Arkansas
Henry J. Wynn b: 13 MAR 1878
Joseph Johnson Wynn b: 7 JUN 1880
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may not be right wynn - NOTE BELOW: married to a GARNER
Name: John WINN 1
Birth: ABT. 1831 in Tennessee 2
Death: BET. 1860 - 1870 in Probably Arkansas
Marriage 1 Jemina Meldora GARNER b: ABT. 1828 in Tennessee
Children
Eveline WINN b: ABT. 1852 in Arkansas
Rebecca WINN b: ABT. 1857 in Arkansas
Elijah WINN b: ABT. 1859 in Arkansas

Sources: Title: 1860 Census, AR, Scott Co., Revalle Township, Page 786, Family #611
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Marriage 1 Martha Beene b: 1818 in Alabama (s/b Beane)
Married: 1 FEB 1844 in Itawamba County, Mississippi
Event: Comment 1 in His first wife
Children
Mary M. Wynne b: 21 JAN 1845 in Mississippi
Sarah M. Wynne b: 8 SEP 1846 in Itawamba County, Missippi
Nancy J. Wynne b: 10 SEP 1848 in Itawamba County, Missippi
William Wynne b: ABT. 1850 in Mississippi
Cynthia Elizabeth Wynne b: 15 JAN 1851 in Itawamba County, Missippi
Martha Rachel Wynne b: 25 AUG 1853 in Mississippi
Dutton O. Wynne b: 20 APR 1858
John Thomas Wynne b: 20 FEB 1862 in Hempstead County, Arkansas

Marriage 2 Elizabeth Jett McCown
Married: 7 NOV 1871 in Howard County, Arkansas
Event: Comment 1 in His second wife
Children
Anna Irene Wynne b: 23 APR 1874 in Howard County, Arkansas
Francis Duncan Wynne b: 23 NOV 1876 in Howard County, Arkansas
Henry J. Wynne b: 13 MAR 1878 in Howard County, Arkansas
Joseph J. Wynne b: 7 JUN 1880 in Howard County, Arkansas
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WYNN, JOHN
  State: AR Year: 1860
  County: Sevier County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
  Township: Madison Township Page: 102
  Database: AR 1860 Federal Census Index


Elizabeth Jett MCCOWN

1900, census: mother of 6 children, 3 living
1900, widow; Howard County, Arkansas, Centre Point Township


John , Jr. STOCKING

John, Jr. Stocking found in:
U.S. Selected Counties, 1830 Census Index
State:  AL     
County:  MOBILE CO.     
Location:  MOBILE CITY     
Page #:  371     
Census/Enumeration year:  1830  

Wife enumerated in 1860 Chambers Co., TX census, page 78, in daughter's household, widowed.
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The National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Volumes 1-85, 1600s-1900s
Listed in:  Volume 62, Vital Statistics from the National Intelligencer, 1835, Page 132     
     Stocking, John Jr., Mayor of Norflok, died Feb. 4. He was a native of NY and emigrated to Ala. in 1820. (Feb. 21).
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Stocking, Jonathan (1797-1835) -- also known as John Stocking -- of Mobile, Mobile County, Ala. Born in Whitehall, Washington County, N.Y., 1797. Mayor of Mobile, Ala., 1833-35; died in office 1835. Died in Mobile, Mobile County, Ala., February 4, 1835. Interment somewhere in Mobile, Ala.
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Alabama, Baldwin County
Beard Stocking, Keziah E. John Jr.
  Spouse: Beard, Keziah E.
Stocking, John Jr. Marriage Date: 18 Apr 1823

Some researchers report marriage date of 4/23/1825 and 4/1825


Keziah Elizabeth BEARD

1860 Chambers Co., TX census shows Keziah living in Magee household, widowed at the age of 56.  This census record lists Texas as birth place.

Submitter: Jan Garland Subject: Beard/Stocking
Message: Searching for the parents of Keziah Elizabeth Beard, b. 1805 perhaps in Macon AL, living in the Blakeley area of Baldwin Co. when she married Jonathan (John) Stocking, Jr. (b. Washington Co., NY 1797, d. 1835 Mobile AL) on 4/23/1825.
    After Jonathan's death, Keziah moved to Chambers Co. TX with some of her kids, but dau. Maria Helen evidently stayed behind in AL, perhaps with members of the Beard family, until she married James P. Magee of MS in 1842 and then they also moved to TX.

Submitter: Janet Garland Subject: McGee, Magee of MS, TX
Message: Searching for parents and siblings of James P. Magee b. @1813 in MS, m. 2/14/1842 in Mobile AL to Mariah Stocking (parents: Jonathan Stocking Jr. and Keziah Elizabeth Beard). They bought land in Mobile Co. AL 1843, then moved to Amite Co. (Liberty area) MS sometime 1843-1853. Moved to Cedar Bayou, Chambers Co. TX by 1853.
Thanks!

Submitter: Jan Garland Subject: Mobile families
Message: Looking for the parent of Keziah Elizabeth Beard, b. 1805 in "Macon", no state given, m. Jonathan Stocking Jr. in Blakeley AL in 4/1825, moved to Mobile AL, where Jonathan died 1835. She and family left there by 1840.
    I don't know where Keziah's family was from. Macon GA was only a fort by a different name in 1805. Don't know if Macon AL existed at that time, or what county it would have been in during 1805. Any and all help or suggestions appreciated. Thanks! Jan


Hance BAKER

moseley.ged: Hance or_William_Hance BAKER

Baker, Hance   View Image Online
  State: Texas Year: 1850
  County: Harris Roll:  M432_911
  Township: Unknown Townships Page:  27
  Image: 54
age 43, with wife Anne, and children

Children
William S. BAKER b: 10 AUG 1831/1832 in ,,AL
Gardner Brown BAKER b: 31 AUG 1834 in ,Montgomery,AL
Catherine Hazel "Kate" BAKER b: 13 OCT 1836 in Mobile,,AL
Elisa Marie BAKER b: 5 OCT 1839/1840 in ,Harris,TX
Moseley BAKER b: 25 FEB 1841/1842 in ,,TX


Jonathan , Sr. STOCKING

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Early Connecticut Marriages As found on Ancient CHURCH Records Prior to 1800, Old CHURCH of Chatham (now Portland), organized 25 Oct 1721
 
     Jonathan STOCKING & Polly ALLEN, 26 Apr 1784
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John Stocking found in:
U.S. Selected Counties, 1790 Census Index
State:  NY     
County:  WASHINGTON CO.     
Page #:  189     
Census/Enumeration year:  1790     
Age ranges in household:  03-01-02-00-00     

??
John Stocking found in:
Genealogical Records: New York, 1675-1920
Event:  Lived     in:  1790     
Place:  Granville     County:  Washington     
Source:  1790 Federal Census of New York State     
Publisher:  Government Printing Office     
Publication Information:  Washington, DC, 1908.     
Page:  189     Province:  New York   

??
John Stocking found in:
Genealogical Records: New York, 1675-1920
Event:  Lived     in:  1776     
County:  Charlotte     
Comments:  (Land Bounty Rights)      
Source:  New York in the Revolution as Colony and State, Vol. I - Extracts     
Publisher:  J. B. Lyon Co.     
Publication Information:  Albany, NY, 1904     
Page:  239     Province:  New York      
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A desendant?
John R. Stocking found in:
Marriage Index: Texas, 1851-1900
Married:  Aug 21, 1851     in:  Harris, TX     
Gender:  M     
Source info:  microfilm reference numbers     File name:  1697405 items 4 through 5     
Spouse's gender:  F     Spouse's name:  Vanhowten, Eliza Jane

A John Stocking and Joseph Woodruff served together in Captain Sloper's Co. in Major Shelton's Regiment Light Horse (Conn.), which marched through New Jersey in 1776.
Record of Service of Connecticut Men, Part I, Connecticut Militia, 1775-1783, Page 480

A John Stockig, Charles Woodruff and Samuel Woodruff are listed on th 'payroll' of Company of Militia Light Horse Major John Skinner's Reg State of Connecticut (Under Captain Judson's Company).
Record of Service of Connecticut Men, Part I, Connecticut Militia, 1775-1783, Page 476

John Stocking listed as enlisted man, Charolette County Militia
NY in the Revolution as Colony & State, Vol. I, The Militia: Miscellaneous Organizations, Page 239

Possible relation:
genealogy.com Family Books - John Stocking found in:
International Records: American Source Records in England, 1600s-1800s. Listed in:  American Wills in the Court of Canterbury. Page number:  301  

Stocking, Francis, of Norfolk, who had a plantation in Pennsylvania.  Probate to the nephew, John Stocking (Feb. 1730).
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John Stocking found in:
International Records: American Source Records in England, 1600s-1800s. Listed in:  American Wills Proved in London, 1611-1775. Page number:  140

Francis Stocking (of Hilborough, Norfolk), dated 27 Jan 1730.  To my kinsman and exec. John Stocking of Hilborough, blacksmith, my plantation in Philadelphia which was left to me by the will of my son Thomas Stocking.  Twenty shillings to William Alcock, son of William Alcock.  Wits: Mary Carpenter, Rebecka Andrews and John Carpenter. Pr. 7 Feb 1730 by the nephew John Stcoking. (Prob 11/636/51).


James P. MAGEE

Spelling eventualy changed to "McGee."

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1850 Harris Co., TX census (pg 28):
James P. Magee   33  MS
Mariah H.              25  AL
Ellen Elizabeth       7  AL
Mary Augusta         4  TX

1860 PO Cedar Bayou, Chambers Co., TX census, page 78:
J. P. Magee   47 Farmer MS
Mariah           35 House  AL
Ellen E           17             AL
Mary E           13             TX
Winnefred       6              TX
James W        4              TX
Jacob W         2              TX
K E Stocking  56             TX

1870 PO Wallisville, Chambers Co., TX census, page 7 (stamp 154):
57/61 Magee, Jas (James), 56,  MS  Farmer
Maria(h), 48,  AL  Keeps house
Winnie, 16, TX
James, 14,  TX
Jacob, 14,  TX
Thadius, 4,  TX
Weaver, Ellen, 24,  AL
Weaver, Isabel, 4, TX
King, Mary, 22, TX
King, George, 21,  Eng  Farmer

Living next door to Jasper and Elizabeth Weaver, children: Virginia, Nora, John, George

1880 Cedar Bayou, Chambers Co., TX census:
James P. Magee  b. 1813 MS  Farmer  father b. NC, mother b. VA
Mariah H. b. 1826 AL  father b. NY, mother b. GA
Jacob W.  b. 1859 TX  Woodcutter
Thad C.  b. 1866 TX  Works on Farm
Mariah King  b. 1872 (grand-dau) father b. Eng, mother b. AL
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Per Sherrye Graves, Rt. 3, Box 234B, Dayton, TX  77535, (409) 258-3509.
Cedar Bayou-stream running through settlement, is now absorbed by Baytown.
James P. Magee (born MS) m. Mariah Helen Stocking (dau of Jonathon Stocking and Keziah Beard) b. July 1, 1825 in Mobile, Alabama.
1. Ellen Elizabeth born July 1844 in Alabama, married William B. Weaver. She died June 15, 1933 and is buried in Harris Co., TX.
2. Mary Augusta born ca 1846 in TX, married George King.
3. Winnie
4. James W. born Dec 11, 1855, married Annie L. Baker on April 27, 1878. He died 8/17/1915 and is buried Cedar Bayou Masonic Cemetery in Baytown, TX.
5. Jacob W. born Jan 1858.
6. Thadeus C. born April 1869 and married Mary ?.

James was supposed to have killed George King sometime between 1872 (Mariah's birth) and 1880 census.


Mariah Helen STOCKING

Mariah Helen Stocking  
  Birth: 1 July 1825--  , Mobile, AL
  Death:       --   
  Spouse:  James P Mcgee
  Parents: Jonathon Stocking Stocking, Keziah   Beard


Josephine Leona MAGEE

Not on 1860 census record with rest of family (Chambers Co., TX, Cedar Bayou, Page 78).  Census taken July 1860.


Tolbert MCGAR

1860 census, Chambers Co., TX, PO Cedar Bayou, page 78: listed with wife Mary and children William and Estelle. Next door is James P. Magee and family

1870 census, Chambers Co., TX, PO Wallisville, page 8: Listed with wife Mary and children William, Estelle, Mary, Sophronia and Edward.  Next door is Frank Stocking and family.


Mary C. UNKNOWN

1860 census Caldwell Co., TX, Cedar Bayou Twnship, page 78


Estelle MCGAR

1860 census Caldwell Co., TX, Cedar Bayou Twnship, page 78