Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families


Harry William , Sr. WHELPHY

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William Benjamin WEAVER

1870 census, Chambers Co., TX, PO Wallisville, page 8 (stamp 154): Wife Ellen and step-daughter Isabel are listed in James Magee household.  Next door is listed Jasper Weaver and family.


Honorably discharged from military service.

1880 Cedar Bayou, Chambers Co., TX census:
William Weaver  b. 1841 GA  Woodcutter  father b. GA, mother b. GA
    Ellen b. 1842 AL  Keeps house  father b. MS, mother b. AL
    Electra b. 1871 TX
    Winnie b. 1873 TX
    Annie b. 1877 TX
    Robert b. 1879 TX
Belle McPherson b. 1866 TX  father b. Scotland, mother b. AL

Yankees were using the Know Co. Jail as a prison to hold their, Confederate prisoners.  Most of the men were from all over the south, but mostly Tennessee and Alabama.  Wilkerson Wolfenbarger (brother-in-law) was charged with horse stealing (he was in the cavalry).  In this same jail was William Weaver.  William was in the same unit as his brother, John Thomas Weaver.  John Thomas was a Cpl. in the AL Cavalry. There were no officers listed on the Jailor's Report for the week of July 27, 1863. On William's pension record there is a small entry about there being no record of a capture.  Now, was our Wm. in Jail or was it John using his brother's name so they wouldn't find out he was an officer?

Filed in Chambers Co., TX (Mt. Belview P.O.) Sept. 1, 1916
States his occupation as that of a farmer and his physical condition as being "poor".
Command organized in AL (served as Fifer and Private in 13th Infantry, Co. K) War Dept demanded to know why he appeared to have been dropped from the rolls. His explanation: In the Spring of 1864 he received a furlough for 30 days.  On the night before his return to his command he was strickened with small pox and was etained at home for nearly 3 months.  When he recovered enough to return to duty, he went with Gen. Hood's command as a Scout with the understanding from the proper officers that his service or enlistment would be properly certified to his former command.  He remained with Hood's Brigade until the close of the war or their disbandment.  When they disbanded, he went to Atlanta, surrendered, and was paroled.

George KING

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

Per Sherrye Graves, Rt. 3, Box 234B, Dayton, TX  77535, (409) 258-3509, Mary's father James P. Magee is said to have killed George King somtime after Mariah's birth (1872).

Mary Augusta MAGEE

Middle intitial 'E' on 1860 Census, Chamber Co., TX, Cedar Bayou, page 78, also gives age as 22 years (birth w/b abt 1848).

Mariah KING

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William Seaton MCGAR

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

Winifred WEAVER

20 Sep 1885 Wrote poem in Mariah's Memory Book, Cedar Bayou

Annie L. BAKER

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