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1 A S Warren (MG? JP? ??) Family: F160
 
2 After the 1870 Census of Tippah Co. MS Family: F229
 
3 Alcorn MS 1870-1900 Marriage Records -- Hunting for Bears, Inc. (BPL) Family: F093
 
4 by W. T. Clark, M. B. S. Family: F200
 
5 Central Park Methodist Church Family: F188
 
6 from Tippah Co. MSGENWEB:
Marriages of Tippah County
1879 - 1899
Compiled by Tippah County Historical Society, Ripley, MS

LINDSEY, John M WILLIAMS, Sarah A 1869 Bk 3, p 119 
Family: F090
 
7 ITawamba Co. Marriage Book 2:
23--- Micajah Lindsey--- Seleta E. Miller---28 Sep 1844 ---Samuel Johnson, MG 
Family: F183
 
8 Itawamba Co. Marriage Book 2:
p. 168--- Owen F. Lindsey--- Eliza A. Lanless--- 6 Oct 1846--- Joseph Allen, JP 
Family: F118
 
9 Marriage Records of Jefferson Cty, AL 1818-1864 by Gandrud Family: F107
 
10 Marriages of Old Tishomingo County, Mississippi, 1870-1922
Book I, p5
290 Byram, A. G. W. & Elizabeth Lindsey, January 22, 1891, by D. W. Caine, M. G. Sureties: A. W. Byram & J. W. Deaton. 
Family: F201
 
11 Marriages of Old Tishomingo County, Mississippi, Volume I, 1837-1859
1845-1850, p 15
Mills, John D. & Eliza Lindsey, October 8, 1848
F. M. Boon, J. P. Surety: John A. Ramsey 
Family: F150
 
12 Marriages of Old Tishomingo County, MS Vol. I 1859-1870 by Irene Barnes (BPL) Family: F099
 
13 Marriages of Tishomingo County, Mississippi 1870-1922, compiled and printed by Mrs. Irene Barnes, Iuka, Mississippi, p. 17
Index to Book I:
p 78: Lindsey, J. L. & A. M. Hopkins, October 4, 1888, by D. P. McClung, M. G. Sureties: J. L. Lindsey & E. E. Epps.
p420: Lindsey, J. R. & Dora Walters, April 21, 1892, by (left blank). Sureties: J. R. Lindsey & J. D. Joslin.
p. 35 Lindsey, W. H. & Mollie Cornelison, January 4, 1888, by W. A. Martin, J. P. Sureities: W. H. Lindsey & J. J. Byram. 
Family: F199
 
14 Marriages of Tishomingo County, Mississippi 1870-1922, compiled and printed by Mrs. Irene Barnes, Iuka, Mississippi, p. 17
Index to Book II, p15:
p 548 Lindsey, S. C. & Pearl L. Campbell, November 26, 1899, by J. A. Byram, M. G. Consent: S. I. Campbell, parent, Dennis, Miss. 
Family: F269
 
15 Marriages of Tishomingo County, Mississippi 1870-1922, compiled and printed by Mrs. Irene Barnes, Iuka, Mississippi, p. 17
Index to Book III, p 15:
p 168 Lindsey, T. B. & Samantha Campbell, November 24, 1901, by W. T. Clark, M. B. S. 
Family: F198
 
16 Marriages of Tishomingo County, Mississippi 1870-1922, compiled and printed by Mrs. Irene Barnes, Iuka, Mississippi, p. 17
Index to Book IV, p13:
p 14 Lindsey, M. O. & Luda Cornelius, December 10, 1905, by J. M. Harrison, M. G. Consent: M. S. A. Cornelius, Dennis, Miss. 
Family: F228
 
17 Marriages of Tishomingo County, Mississippi 1870-1922, compiled and printed by Mrs. Irene Barnes, Iuka, Mississippi, p. 17
Index to Book IV, p13:
p 262 Lindsey, T. O. & Naomi Messer, December 15, 190-7, by C. C. Shook, J. P. Consent: T. B. Lindsey & J. F. Messer. 
Family: F203
 
18 Married at Calvary Baptist Church?
Caroline Cooper was bridesmaid. Walter M Lindsey (Clif's brother) was best man. Lois given away by her brother Bill.
Marriage performed by WE Patterson, her father. Cousin Bob Dean played violin and Rev. Bill Ball sang. 
Family: F088
 
19 Minister: J. C. Barton
Surety: Wm. Mathews

Marriage may have ended in divorce. According to an Ancestry World Tree listing, Mary died died 17 Aug 1889 in Williamson County, Texas, but Jesse married Margaret Ann Eliz. MCKINNEY 11 May 1882 in Franklin County, Alabama. 
Family: F128
 
20 Probably Elizabeth and Micajah were married in South Carolina, in the Spartanburg area, as Micajah and some of the McClurkin's had land dealings in the 1790's in that area. However, Rutherford County NC is a possibility, since they had land dealings there, also.

Jane McClurkin's will in Jeferson Co. AL references her daughter Elizabeth Lindsey, wife of Micajah 
Family: F100
 
21 Surety: B B Lindsey
Officiating: Hugh Moore, JP 
Family: F163
 
22 Surety: B B Lindsey; Officiating: Hugh Moore, JP Family: F162
 
23 Tishomingo County Mississippi Mariage Records 1837 - 1900, published by Old Timer Press, 606 North Main Street, Ripley, Mississippi 38663, lists the marriage date as 1 Jan 1888, but this could be the date of the license instead.

Marriages of Tishomingo County, Mississippi 1870-1922, compiled and printed by Mrs. Irene Barnes, Iuka, Mississippi, p. 17
Index to Book I:
p 78: Lindsey, J. L. & A. M. Hopkins, October 4, 1888, by D. P. McClung, M. G. Sureties: J. L. Lindsey & E. E. Epps.
p420: Lindsey, J. R. & Dora Walters, April 21, 1892, by (left blank). Sureties: J. R. Lindsey & J. D. Joslin.
p. 35 Lindsey, W. H. & Mollie Cornelison, January 4, 1888, by W. A. Martin, J. P. Sureities: W. H. Lindsey & J. J. Byram. 
Family: F209
 
24 Z. Phillips, JP Family: F254
 
25 1st Alabama Cavalry Page

There were five Barton brothers who served in Company L of the 1st Alabama Cavalry, USV under Captain Sanford Tramel and then Captain Alonson Edwards: Jonathan, Gilford, James, Madison, and William H. They had three brothers-in-law who also served in the regiment: F.C. Harris, Jesse D Hyde, and Thomas H Blackstock.

 
James Alexander Barton
 
26 http://www.bartondatabase.info/bartondat/pafg50.htm#1752 James Alexander Barton
 
27 1st Alabama Cavalry Page
Company Assignment: Co. L, 1st Alabama Cavalry
9/25/1863 Enlisted, Fayette Co., AL
9/25/1863 Mustered In, Glendale MS
10/26/1863 Prisoner of War, Vincent's Cross Roads, MS
9/1/1864 Died, Andersonville, GA
Notes:
William H. Barton was captured by the confederate troops at Jones Cross roads, Mississippi on 10-26-1863 and were taken to the pow camp in Andersonville, GA, and died of exposure.
 
William H. Barton
 
28 Note 1:

THE DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM H. AND MARTHA WEAVER BARTON?

We have pondered this question for a few years. Well, here is a summary of the data collected to date.
A Tomb Stone in Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery is inscribed "In Sacred Memory of Martha Barton formally Weaver was born Oct 30 1840 AD died March 28 1871 AD age 30 yrs 4 months 28 day". The next Tomb Stone is inscribed "Peter Weaver husband of Armindia Weaver Apr 6, 1812 Dec. 25, 1877". Peter and Martha Barton are buried next to one another. Martha E. Weaver is buried on his other side. Armindia Weaver (2nd
wife of Peter) is buried in a grave in the same plot.

Facts: William H. Barton is son of Willis and Margaret Martin Barton as listed in the 1850 census Hall Co., GA. He is listed again in Winston Co., AL 1860 census in household # 295 Age 25, male, born GA, Wife Martha age 18 female born GA. They are listed with households # 296A Madison M. Barton his brother and # 297 Willis Barton his father. We have been unable to find Martha or the family in 1870. We know she died on March 28, 1871. InWinston Co., AL 1880 census we find Jonathan J. Barton listed as a nephew in the household of Henry Weaver, age 17, born AL, Parents born in GA.

Note 2:

William and Martha J. Barton are enumerated in the 1860 Township 11, Range 9, District 288, Winston County, Alabama Census. His age is given as 23 years and born in Georgia.

Winston County residents who served in the First Alabama Cavalry
Barton, William H., Pvt., Co. L, age 27, EN 9/25/63, Fayette Co., AL, MI 9/25/63, Glendale, MS, born Hall Co., GA, farmer, POW 10/26/63 at Vincent's Cross Roads, AL, died at Andersonville, GA 9/1/64 while POW. (Buried in Grave #7524, Andersonville National Cemetery). 
William H. Barton
 
29 According to Lois Meyer, "Mrs. Wren", presumably Rubie Beene Wren, had the Micajah Lindsey and Beene family Bibles. The family was living in Teague, Texas, at the time Ms. Meyer obtained her information.
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SSDeath Index for Rubie B Wren:
SSN 455-86-7805
Last residence, 75860 Teague, Freestone Co. Texas
B 25 Aug 1886
D 15 May 1972
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1910 Census Texas; Freestone County; Precinct 2; Sheet 13A; enumerated 3 May 1910 (Ancestry image 24 of 26)
Lines 23-25; Dwelling 231, Family 234
Beene, Rube W Head M W 73 Wd - - MS TN TN Eng Farmer General Farm Emp - - Y Y - 6 7 7 21
Wren, Ruby A Dau F W 22 Wd / / TX MS MS Eng None - - - - Y Y
" William W GSon M W 8/12 S - - TX MS MS Eng None - - - - Y Y  
Rubie Berta BEENE
 
30 http://www.rootsweb.com/~alfayett/LandPatent_AD.html
Federal Land Patent Owners
BERRY, George R. - 6/1/1858

http://www.rootsweb.com/~alfayett/1860CenDex.html#B
1860 Census Index
BERRY, George R. - 30 - NC - 351

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http://www.rootsweb.com/~alfayett/PreCivilWarPeople.htm
Soldiers, Statesmen & Scalawags (from the earliest days to the Civil War)

* BERRY, George R. ~ Constable, 1862.

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George R BERRY
 
31 Findagrave.com:
Freedona Biggerstaff Lindsey
Birth: Apr. 5, 1855
Death: Mar. 7, 1927
Marion County
Alabama, USA

Married to Micajah (Mike) W. Lindsey
Children: Molly, Annie Lou, William (Ed), Rosie, Thomas, James Benton, Florra Josie, and Judson Morris

Burial:
Lindsey Cemetery
Marion County
Alabama, USA

Record added: Jul 12 2002
By: Roger & Mary Anne Reynolds 
Fredonia BICKERSTAFF
 
32 The Billingsley Family in America, pp 601-4
358 JOHN BIRDINE (9) BILLINGSLEY
(Jeptha 8, William 7, Samuel 6, James 5, William 3, John 2, Francis 1.) Born near Millport, Alabama 16 September 1844. He enlisted 28 April 1862 as Private I, 43d Alabama Infantry, C.S.A.; wounded at Drewry's Bluff 16 May 1864, in hospital 17 May 1864 and thigh amputated by Surgeon Hilliard of the 59th Alabama. On 20 July 1864 he applied for an artificial leg. No further record. He moved to Mississippi and located in Tishmingo County before 1870. He married in 1872 Nancy Lovina Lindsey, born in Alabama 21 September 1846, and believed to have been a widow Smith who had a daughter, Sally, b in 1868, at the time of this marriage. She was a daughter of Holland Lindsey, born South Carolina in 1808 and Sallie ----, born Tennessee in 1809. John B. Billingsley is listed in the census of 1880 with occupation of shoemaker, and was the enumerator for the 5th District of Tishmingo County. He became a minister in the Christian church and died at Marietta, Mississippi 3 September 1893, she survived him a few yuears and died in October 1895.
Children:
i Claudius Elliott: b 1873, m Millie Franks. He died in 1909 and she m (2) a Mr. Gresham, he was deceased prior to 1932, she survives and resides Wheeler, Miss.
ii Lilly Maria: b 1875, m Dr. J.S. Wheeler, she died in 1901.
iii Esther Odella: b 1877, m J. Luther Waters, reside San Benito, Tex.
v Jessie Melvina: b 1879, m T.M. Burns, reside Fort Smith, Ark.
v. Clarence Birdine: b 4 Apr. 1882. He states that after the death of his mother the orphans staid together on the farm, made crops and all went to school. He began teaching at 17 years of age and taught for 4 years, between sessions sold wire stretchers, fruit trees, and books; at 21 went to Macon, Ga. and graduated in book keeping and worked 8 months in Central of Georgia freight office. In 1903 he took a travelling position with P. F. Collier & Sons, and after 2 years, entered the medical school of the University of Tennessee, graduated M. D. in 1910. Practiced at Rienzi, Miss. for 3 years, moved to Cowlington, Okla. where he married 1 June 1916 Mary C. Harbour, b 1 Feb. 1899, youngest daughter of Dr. I. T. Harbour, of Cameron, IOkla. In 1924 took a post graduate course at Tulane University in Pediatrics and obstetrics. [there was more on him, but I didn't copy it.]
vi Florence May: b 1884, m Mark Millinix, reside San Benito, Tex.
vii Taxie Salena: b 1887, m prior to 1921 Rev. Glenn E. Green. He is pastor of the 4th & State Sts. Christian church, Little Rock, Ark.
viii Leo Wellington: b 1890, died 1892. 
Clarence Burdine BILLINGSLEY
 
33 The Billingsley Family in America, pp 601-4

358 JOHN BIRDINE (9) BILLINGSLEY
(Jeptha 8, William 7, Samuel 6, James 5, William 3, John 2, Francis 1.) Born near Millport, Alabama 16 September 1844. He enlisted 28 April 1862 as Private I, 43d Alabama Infantry, C.S.A.; wounded at Drewry's Bluff 16 May 1864, in hospital 17 May 1864 and thigh amputated by Surgeon Hilliard of the 59th Alabama. On 20 July 1864 he applied for an artificial leg. No further record. He moved to Mississippi and located in Tishmingo County before 1870. He married in 1872 Nancy Lovina Lindsey, born in Alabama 21 September 1846, and believed to have been a widow Smith who had a daughter, Sally, b in 1868, at the time of this marriage. She was a daughter of Holland Lindsey, born South Carolina in 1808 and Sallie ----, born Tennessee in 1809. John B. Billingsley is listed in the census of 1880 with occupation of shoemaker, and was the enumerator for the 5th District of Tishmingo County. He became a minister in the Christian church and died at Marietta, Mississippi 3 September 1893, she survived him a few yuears and died in October 1895.
Children:
i Claudius Elliott: b 1873, m Millie Franks. He died in 1909 and she m (2) a Mr. Gresham, he was deceased prior to 1932, she survives and resides Wheeler, Miss.
ii Lilly Maria: b 1875, m Dr. J.S. Wheeler, she died in 1901.
iii Esther Odella: b 1877, m J. Luther Waters, reside San Benito, Tex.
v Jessie Melvina: b 1879, m T.M. Burns, reside Fort Smith, Ark.
v. Clarence Birdine: b 4 Apr. 1882. He states that after the death of his mother the orphans staid together on the farm, made crops and all went to school. He began teaching at 17 years of age and taught for 4 years, between sessions sold wire stretchers, fruit trees, and books; at 21 went to Macon, Ga. and graduated in book keeping and worked 8 months in Central of Georgia freight office. In 1903 he took a travelling position with P. F. Collier & Sons, and after 2 years, entered the medical school of the University of Tennessee, graduated M. D. in 1910. Practiced at Rienzi, Miss. for 3 years, moved to Cowlington, Okla. where he married 1 June 1916 Mary C. Harbour, b 1 Feb. 1899, youngest daughter of Dr. I. T. Harbour, of Cameron, IOkla. In 1924 took a post graduate course at Tulane University in PEdiatrics and ovstetrics. [there was more on him, but I didn't copy it.]
vi Florence May: b 1884, m Mark Millinix, reside San Benito, Tex.
vii Taxie Salena: b 1887, m prior to 1921 Rev. Glenn E. Green. He is pastor of the 4th & State Sts. Christian church, Little Rock, Ark.
viii Leo Wellington: b 1890, died 1892. 
Claudius Elliott BILLINGSLEY
 
34 1880 census, Tishomingo Co. MS, p86b (ED 199, District 5), dated 8 Jun 1880

37 37 Billingsley, Claton W W M 40 - - - 1 - - Farmer / - - - - - - - - - Alabama Tenn NC
Malvina M W F 36 - wife - 1 - - Keeping house - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi SC Tenn
Luther A W M 1? - son 1 - - - Farm Laborer - - - - - - - 1 - - Mississippi Ala Miss
Ida L? W F 10 - Daughter 1 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - 1 Mississippi Ala Miss
Mattie L? W F 8 - Daughter 1 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - Mississippi Ala Miss
Arthur L? W M 5 - Son 1 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - Mississippi Ala Miss
Arminie L W F 1 - Daughter 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi
Living near two other Billingsleys, J and Ben. "J" could well have been his father, given the ages. See Holland Lindsey for those entries.
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From the The Billingsley Family of America by Harry Alexander Davis. c. 1936

The Billingsley Family in America, pp 601-4

357 CLAYTON W. (9) BILLINGSLEY
(Jeptha 8, William 7, Samuel 6, James 5, William 3, John 2, Francis 1.)
Born Blount County, Alabama in 1839, moved to Fayette County, Alabama with his parents. He enlisted 28 April 1862 in Fayette County, Alabama as Private I, 43d Alabama Infantry, C.S.A. A roll dated 28 February 1865 shows: "a.w.o.l. 4 September 1864, reported to U. S. Forces 28 December 1864, took oath of Allegiance 3 January 1865 and transportation given to Chicago, Ill." no further record. He came home, oved to Tishmingo [sic] County, Mississippi where he married about 1866 Melvinia M. Lindsey, born Mississippi in 1844 and a daughter of Holland Lindsey. They moved to Fulton County, Arkansas in the 1880's and later moved to Texas and then moved to Oklahoma where he died in 1923, she survived him a few years and was deceased before July 1930.
Children:
470 i. Luther A. (10): b 1867
ii Ida L.: b 1870 Tishmingo Co., Miss., she m William Ested, reside Tulsa, Okla.
iii Martha: b 1872 Miss., she m J. T. Ested, residence not stated, probably Okla.
iv Arthur L.: b 1875 Tishmingo Co., Miss., he m Nora Ested, they reside Seminole, Okla.
v Minnie Louvina: b 4 Aug 1878 Tishmingo Co., Miss., she m 6 Feb 1898 Fulton Co., Ark. George W. Tucker, b Flton Co., Ark. 13 Dec 1874, reside Wichita, Kan.
vi Ranzy B (10)L b 1883 
Clayton Word BILLINGSLEY
 
35 John C. Lindsey lived with John and Livy in 1880. He is listed as a nephew.

According to the Billingsley Book by Davis:
Enlisted 28 April 1862 as Private I, 43rd Alabama Infantry, CSA; was wounded at Drewery's Bluff 16 May 1864, in hospital 17 May and Thigh amputated by Surgeon Hillard of the 59th Alabama. On 20 July 1964 he applied for an artificial leg.

1880 Census Tishomingo Cty, MS pg 88A lists occupation as shoemaker.

The Billingsley Family in America, pp 601-4

358 JOHN BIRDINE (9) BILLINGSLEY
(Jeptha 8, William 7, Samuel 6, James 5, William 3, John 2, Francis 1.) Born near Millport, Alabama 16 September 1844. He enlisted 28 April 1862 as Private I, 43d Alabama Infantry, C.S.A.; wounded at Drewry's Bluff 16 May 1864, in hospital 17 May 1864 and thigh amputated by Surgeon Hilliard of the 59th Alabama. On 20 July 1864 he applied for an artificial leg. No further record. He moved to Mississippi and located in Tishmingo County before 1870. He married in 1872 Nancy Lovina Lindsey, born in Alabama 21 September 1846, and believed to have been a widow Smith who had a daughter, Sally, b in 1868, at the time of this marriage. She was a daughter of Holland Lindsey, born South Carolina in 1808 and Sallie ----, born Tennessee in 1809. John B. Billingsley is listed in the census of 1880 with occupation of shoemaker, and was the enumerator for the 5th District of Tishmingo County. He became a minister in the Christian church and died at Marietta, Mississippi 3 September 1893, she survived him a few yuears and died in October 1895.
Children:
i Claudius Elliott: b 1873, m Millie Franks. He died in 1909 and she m (2) a Mr. Gresham, he was deceased prior to 1932, she survives and resides Wheeler, Miss.
ii Lilly Maria: b 1875, m Dr. J.S. Wheeler, she died in 1901.
iii Esther Odella: b 1877, m J. Luther Waters, reside San Benito, Tex.
v Jessie Melvina: b 1879, m T.M. Burns, reside Fort Smith, Ark.
v. Clarence Birdine: b 4 Apr. 1882. He states that after the death of his mother the orphans staid together on the farm, made crops and all went to school. He began teaching at 17 years of age and taught for 4 years, between sessions sold wire stretchers, fruit trees, and books; at 21 went to Macon, Ga. and graduated in book keeping and worked 8 months in Central of Georgia freight office. In 1903 he took a travelling position with P. F. Collier & Sons, and after 2 years, entered the medical school of the University of Tennessee, graduated M. D. in 1910. Practiced at Rienzi, Miss. for 3 years, moved to Cowlington, Okla. where he married 1 June 1916 Mary C. Harbour, b 1 Feb. 1899, youngest daughter of Dr. I. T. Harbour, of Cameron, IOkla. In 1924 took a post graduate course at Tulane University in Pediatrics and obstetrics. [there was more on him, but I didn't copy it.]
vi Florence May: b 1884, m Mark Millinix, reside San Benito, Tex.
vii Taxie Salena: b 1887, m prior to 1921 Rev. Glenn E. Green. He is pastor of the 4th & State Sts. Christian church, Little Rock, Ark.
viii Leo Wellington: b 1890, died 1892. 
John Burdine BILLINGSLEY
 
36 Her true given name could have been MARTHA (according Davis' Billingsley Family in America book).

Grandmother of Joy Estes Shaw, 3934 S. Madison Pl., Tulsa, OK 74105-3055 
Mattie Louise BILLINGSLEY
 
37 According to The Billingsley Family in America, Sally was the daughter of Nancy's first marriage. After her father's death and her mother's marriage to John Billingsley, Sally was adopted by her stepfather. Sally T. Smith BILLINGSLEY
 
38 1860 Census Burne's Store, Tishomingo Co., Mississippi
Enumerated 4 Sep 1860
Page 322 (handwritten), lines 24-28
Dwelling & Family 2149
William C Lindsey 44 M Farmer $8000 $1725 Ala
Martha " 44 F Miss, can't read & write
Marilda Rush 21 F Ga
Jesse A Bolton 23 M Farmer - $950 Ala, married w/in year
Mary E " 22 F Miss, married w/in year 
Jesse Amos BOULTON
 
39 Email from Betsy Faris 26 April 2006:

Below is the obituary read at Granny's funeral. I had to take out the parts about her nieces and nephews for the paper. Even with me paying an outrageous amount I was still limited to what I could and could not say. I also had to change some of the wording so that there wasn't so many of them.

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Lora Beatrice Brewer, 94, of Hamilton, AL went to be with the Lord on Mon., April 10, 2006. She was born Dec. 8, 1911 in Wigington Community near Hackleburg, AL.

She was affiliated with the Primitive Baptist. She enjoyed Old Harp Singing & went to one as often as she could. She also enjoyed gardening - she had a special way with flowers; she also sewed & crocheted. She loved babies & small children.

She was preceded in death by her parents T. T. Britnell & Mary Lee Lindsey Britnell as well as her stepmother Isabell Lindsey Britnell; brother Shelby Britnell & spouse Gladys McCollugh Britnell; half-sister Ava Lee Britnell; half-brother Leaborn Britnell & spouse Connie Lundy Britnell; son Henry Durl Spence; dug. Lora Nila Spence Sartin & son-in-law Lowell Sartin; nephew: Wendell Britnell; & her husband D.W. Brewer.

Survivors are grandchildren: Betsy Sartin Farris & spouse CW Farris of Tremont, MS; Rev. Lowell W. {Buster} Sartin & spouse Becky Allen Sartin of Rogers, AR; Henrietta Sartin McCullar & spouse Phillip McCullar of Hamilton, AL; Tina Sartin Green & spouse Sammy Green of Tupelo, MS; & Vent Sartin of Tremont, MS; Great-grandchildren: Daniel Farris of Tremont, MS & Matthew Farris of Long Beach, MS; Rev. Landon Sartin of Nashville, TN, Dell Sartin & spouse Angela Sartin of Nashville, TN, Mark Sartin & Britnell Sartin of Rogers, AR; Cortney McCullar & Whitney McCullar of Hamilton, AL; Beth Farris Christian & spouse Josh Christian of Mantachie, MS; Joe Sartin of Tremont, MS; & one great-great-grandson: Conner Christian of Mantachie, MS. She is also survived by a nephew: Wayne Britnell & spouse Gussie Britnell of Eagle River, Alaska; nieces: Carolyn Britnell Austin & spouse James Austin of Florence, AL & Brenda Britnell Hartman & spouse Larry Hartman of Spring, TX.

Beatrice is also survived by one very special friend whom she loved dearly: Harry Stone, Jr. of Tremont, MS.

Visitation will be Wed., April 12, 2006, at Senterís Funeral Home from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM.

Services will be held in the chapel at Senterís Funeral Home in Fulton, MS, on Thurs., April 13, 2006, at 2:00 PM. Rev. Lowell W. Sartin & Rev. Landon Sartin will be the officiating ministers. Burial will be in Hamilton Memorial Gardens in Hamilton, AL.

Pall bears will be Nathan Sartin & great-grandsons: Daniel Farris, Matthew Farris, Dell Sartin, Mark Sartin, & Britnell Sartin. Honorary pall bears are Harry Stone, Sr. & Harry Stone, Jr. 
Lora Beatrice BRITNELL
 
40 A Samuel Bullen bought a lot of Tishomingo Co. land from the government in Jan of 1845.

An Elijah Bullin and William C Lindsey bought land jointly in Itawamba Co. in 1840. 
Martha BULLEN
 
41 1790 Census Rutherford Co. NC, page 137, column 1, line 13
Mary Linsey 1 free white male 16+; 3 free white males males <16; 2 free white females; 2 "other free persons"; no slaves

See http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/a/l/Joe--Calton/GENE5-0002.html, for information Joe got from Robert Davidson and others.

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Posted by: Benjamin Lindsey Cave Date: September 17, 2000 at 19:07:39
In Reply to: Re: William Lindsey in NC ? father of John by Ginny Schilt of 3572

I am a decendent of a William Lindsey, born about 1700 inGloucester County, Virginia. He died in 1768 in Brunswick County, Virginia. He married Jane ?. one child that I know of, James William Lindsey, born about 1750. He married Mary Carlton, daughter of Blake Carlton, born about 1700. Mary died April 4, 1837 in Spartenburg, South Carolina. their children are: James William, died March 2, 1831 in Pulaski, Arkansas; married Rachel. Carlton, died 1825, Trigg, Kentucky; married Mary. Joshua May born about 1760; died December 1841, Tishomingo County, Mississippi. Susanna, born before 1766. Caleb, born 1767 Virginia, died November 23, 1826, Pulaski, Arkansas; married Sarah Young about 1790.Micajah C., born about 1775 in Virginia; died 1845 Dennis, Tishomingo County,Mississippi. He is my gggrandfather. Elizabeth, born before 1776. John, bornabout 1800, Rutherford County, North Carolina. If this is your line, let me have your snail mail address, and I will send you what I have. Would appreciate any information that any one might have in addition to this.Thanks, Ben L. Cave e-mail benj1919@nts-online.net 
Mary CARLTON
 
42 If JWJ and Martha were divorced, could this be him?
Wichita Co. TX 1920 Census ED 189, sheet 29A, line 48
Chilholm, J WHeadO F M W 67 S - - - - Y Y MS - USA - SC - y Cold drink stand OA
no other family
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1880 census, Tishomingo Co. MS, p86 (ED 199, District 5)
Lines 41-
35 35 Billingsley, J W M 71 - - 1 1 - - Farmer / - - - - - - - - - Kentucky (Jeptha Billingsley)
Annie M W F 66 - Wife - 1 - - Keeping house - - - - - - - - - 1 Tennessee Tenn - (Ann Randolph Billingsley)
36 36 Billingsley, Ben W M 34? - - - 1 - - Farmer / - - - - - 1 - - - Alabama Ky Tenn (Benjamin Franklin Billingsley)
Catherine C W F 34 - Wife - 1 - - - Keeping house - - - - - - - - - - Alabama SC SC
Lola? R W F 14 - Daughter 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi Ala Ala
Sallie A W F 9 - Daughter 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi ALa Ala
Jack F W M 9?(maybe 7) - Son 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi Ala Ala
Granville W M 5 - son 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi Ala Ala
Price W W M 3 - son 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi Ala Ala
Carrie W F 1 - Daughter 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi ALa Ala
37 37 Billingsley, Claton W W M 40 - - - 1 - - Farmer / - - - - - - - - - Alabama Tenn NC
Malvina M W F 36 - wife - 1 - - Keeping house - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi SC Tenn
Luther A W M 1? - son 1 - - - Farm Laborer - - - - - - - 1 - - Mississippi Ala Miss
Ida T/F W F 10 - Daughter 1 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - 1 Mississippi Ala Miss (maybe Ida L?)
Mattie T W F 8 - Daughter 1 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - Mississippi Ala Miss (maybe Mattie L?)
Arthur R W M 5 - Son 1 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - Mississippi Ala Miss (maybe Arthur L?)
Arminie L W F 1 - Daughter 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi (Minnie L)
38 38 Lindsey, Holland W M 72 - - - 1 - - Farmer / - - - - - - - - - South Carolina <<<<<----------
Sallie W F 71 - wife - 1 - - Keeping house - - - - - - - - - 1 Tennessee
Chisholm JWJ W M 28 - Son-in-law - 1 - - Farmer / - - - - - 1 - - - Mississippi
Mattie MW F 30 - Daughter - 1 - - Keeping house - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi SC Tenn
Henry C W M 2 - Grandson 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi Miss Miss
Addie Z? W F 2/12 ? - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi Miss Miss 
J. W. J. CHISHOLM
 
43 History of Fayette County, AL by Herbert and Jeanie Newell give Mary "Polly" Davis's birth date as 1807, Warren Co., Tenn. Mary DAVIS
 
44 Buried at Shady Grove Cem., Fayette Co., AL according to Dr. John T. Palmer.

I did not find him listed in the Newell's book on Fayette Co., Cem.
==================================================================================220 197 Davis Matthew 2 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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BLM Land Patent Records:
DAVIS, MATTHEW AL Fayette 3/1/1858 Huntsville 25262 AL3820__.199
N1/2SE21/14-S13-WHuntsville Mer.
N1/2SW22/14-S13-W "
==================================================================================email from Margaret Lane, 4/13/2003:
I found your website today and am proceding from that. The site has been helpful to me, but won't connect me to the Lindsey descendant site. I hope you can help me further my search.

I am researching my great grandmother, Ella Davis, who was born about 1860 in AL. When she married my great grandfather, Joel Jackson Hood, in Dec. 1880, she was an orphan living at the home of A.J. Waldrop, a Bapt. minister in Jefferson County, AL. Ella Davis is listed as his cousin. Waldrop's mother, Nancy (McClerkin) wife of Robert Waldrop also lives in this home.
From other info I have obtained, I believe Ella Davis' father was a Matthew Davis, a Civil War Vet who was killed in an accident in Jefferson Co. after the War.
I have also found that Elizabeth McClerkin's (sister of above Nancy McClerkin Waldrop) married a Michiah Lindsay who had a daughter, Jane, who married a Matthew Davis from Fayette County, AL. I believe it is their son, Matthew, who is the father of my Ella Davis.
Unfortunately, Ella Davis Hood died when my grandfather was very young, and he never knew about her family.

If you have any info on these people to help me "prove" this line, I would love to see it.
Thank you so much.
Margaret Lane maglane@bellsouth.net
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1840 Census Tishomingo Co. Mississippi
Matthew Davis 2 2 - - 2 1 - - - - - - - - 1 2 - - 1
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1850 Census Division 15, Fayette Co. Alabama
Enumerated 17 Dec 1850
Page 197 (handwritten)
Lines 28-33, Dwelling 586
Matthew Davis 50 M Farmer NC
Jane 50 F NC
M Kennon 18 M Farmer Al, attended school
Basil 16 M Farmer Al, attended school
Nimas? 16 M Farmer Al, attended school
W P Davis 11 M M Farmer Al, attended school
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1870 Census T14 R13, Fayette Co. Alabama (Fayette P.O)
Enumerated 12 Aug 1870
p 6 (handwritten), 386B printed
Lines 38-40
Dwelling 41, Family 44
Davis, Matthew 70 M W Farmer $500 $400 N Carolina
Eliz 46 F W Keeping House Alabama
Collins, Jane 22 F W Alabama
(next page, lines 1-5)
Collins, Roda 16 F W Attending School Alabama
Elizabeth 10 F W Attending School Alabama
Dwelling 41 (still), Family 45
Mosely, James S 22 M Farmer $300 Alabama
Green 3 M W at home Alabama
? A 1 F W at home Alabama
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Matthew DAVIS
 
45 Newell's History of Fayette Co., AL lists him as "Kimmon". Matthew Kennan DAVIS
 
46 Mary Hathcote supplied Micajah's middle name. K R Squier has a different take on the family. See the two emails below.

Subject: Re: Lindsey
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 23:11:50 -0500
From: Mary Hathcote
To: mlsmith67@earthlink.net

Thanks so much for all of your help. Any information that you need on my
line that is connected to you, feel free to ask. I am new at this and
may not have as much as you need. I have done most of my work through
family books and my grandmother. I am connected through the line as
follows:
Micajah Lindsey m Elizabeth McClurkin
Jane Lindsey m Matthew Davis
Micajah Lindsey Davis m Lavinia Ray
Minerva Ellen Davis m John R Young
Johnnie Avis Young m John Schaffer Noe
Beulah Gray Noe m Hoyt Leon Poore
Charlotte Ann Poore m James Louis Hathcote
John, Jamie and Mary (me) Hathcote

Thanks once again for your help. I go to college in Fulton, MS so I
should be able to get some good records. Please let me know if I can
help.
Mary Hathcote

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Email from K R Squier dated 4 Feb 2003:

I am new at this and probably would not even be considered to be a novice.
Somehow I got hooked up with Charles Sanders ans we have been corresponding.
In today's mail he gave me your web site on the McClurkens which I believe to
be part of my lineage on my mother's side.
My confusion comes with the children of Micajah L Davis and Lavinia Ra
According to a Biographical History of Johnson and Hill Counties, Texas
published by the Lewis Publishing Co. of Chicago in 1892, my great
grandfather John HainesYoung first married Helen Davis, b. in AL in 1854.
She was the daughter of Hon.M.L. and Lovenia (Ray) Davis. Helen died 4
months after they were married. He then married my great grandmother Harriet
L. Davis b.1861. She was Helen's sister. They had 9 children of which my
grandmother Harriet Young Brown was one.

I was more than surprised to find Minerva Ellen Davis listed as the Davis'
only child. It also stated that she married John R. Young. These seem to be
different people, but all connected to both the Davis and Young families.
Can you be of any help?

K.R. Squier
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Email from K R Squier dated 8 Feb 2003:
I attempted to send an email to your Minerva/John ? Young source. It w
reurned. I then did more research on my own and have found the 6/7 children
that lived into adulthood of Micajah.C. Davis and wife Lavinia Ray. Th
appear in the 1850,1860 and 1870 census records. Butch Saunder confirmed
this along with page numbers etc. which support the Hill Cty. Historical
Biography and obituary of which I have copies.
The children in 1870 were listed as:
Susan F. 17FW
Helen D 14FW
Alice 12FW
Minerva E. 10FW
Harriet L. 8FW
In 1860 the following were listed:
Mary E. 14
John H. 12
Sarah J? 9F AL
Susan F. 7F
Helen 5
Alice 3
Eleanor 1

I believe that John ?Young was married to Minerva E. and that they had a
child Johnnie, but at this time Minerva is not part of my research. If you
have any information which may be of value to me I would appreciate it. I am
currently staying this winter in Durham, NC, with a daughter and plan to go
to the Catholic Presbyterian Cemetery some time in the next few weeks. On my
return home, I am looking to stop in both AL and MS.
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State: Alabama Year: 1850
County: Marion Roll: M432_10
Township: Beat 3

Page: 5/94 14 Nov 1850

31/32
M. L. Davis25 MFarmerAL
Lavina25 FAL
Mary E. 5 FMS
John H.? 3 MMS

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State: Alabama Year: 1860
County: Marion Roll: M653_16
Township: Pikeville

Page: 26/506 12 Jun 1860

164/164
Micaijah Davis35 MFarmerAL
Leviner35 FAL
Mary E.14 FAL
John H.12 MAL
Sarah J.? 9 FAL
Susan F. 7 FAL
Helen 5 FAL
Alice 3 FAL
Eleanor 1 FAL

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Micajah Lindsey DAVIS
 
47 Dr. John T. Palmer , 878 Wildwood trail, Santa Rosa, CA 95409 says:

Sarah died 1891 in Jasper, Newton Co., Arkansas

He also says she was born on the Cumberland River in Warren Co. TN 
Sarah DAVIS
 
48 Family said to have moved to TX after 1880. Thomas H. DAVIS
 
49 Newell's History of Fayette lists him as "W.F.". William Franklin DAVIS
 
50 From McPeters Funeral Home records:

DOYLE,LUCINDA FLORENCE
4-15-1877-HARDEMAN CO.TN. 10-5-1968-CORINTH,MS.
CERVIX CANCER WITH METASTASIS S.S.# 427-30-1113-D
HUSBAND-JAMES ALTON DOYLE-DIED 9-19-1945
DAUG.MRS.GERTRUDE LINDSEY SON-ARTHUR DOYLE
FATHER-JOHN JACOBS MOTHER-CAROLINE HARRIS
HENRY CEM. PAGE-150
 
Gertrude DOYLE
 

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