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101 descendant: Ann Lindsey Crumpton
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HISTORY OF TRIGG COUNTY
CHAPTER I.
Biographical Sketches of Trigg County

"Other Settlements. - As early as the year 1800 the most populous and thrifty settlements in the county were on Donaldson Creek. The most prominent families who resided there at that time were those of John Futrell, Shadrach Futrell, Drury Bridges, Josiah Outland, Enos Outland, Joel Cohoon, James Lawrence, Basil Holland, Nathan Futrell, James Dixon, Hiram Dixon, John Wilson, Sr., John Wilson, Jr., Ben Wilson, James Wilson, John Craig, James, Joshua, Caleb and Canton [Carlton?] Lindsay, Larry Killabrew, the majority of whom came from North Carolina." 
Joshua May LINDSEY
 
102 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kenneth Hunter LINDSEY
 
103 Alcorn Co. MS Message Board:
Gertrude Briggs (1987)
Author: Vicki Burress Roach Date: 11 Oct 1999 12:00 PM GMT
Surnames: Briggs, Curtis, Nichols, King, Voyles, Harville, Lindsey, Rogers, Horton, Miller, Archer
Classification: Obituary
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Daily Corinthian Newspaper
March 4, 1987
GERTRUDE BRIGGS
Services for Mrs. Gertrude Lindsey Briggs, 86, will be held at 1 p.m. today at Coleman Midtown Funeral Home Chapel.
Mrs. Briggs died Tuesday, March, 3, at Magnolia Hospital after an extended illness. She was the widow of Jeff Briggs, and a member of the Foote Street Church of Christ.
Burial will be in Presbyterian Shiloh Cemetery. Officiating ministers will be Charlies Curtis and Hudson Nichols. Coleman Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.
Survivors include two step-daughters, Mrs. Otha Lee King and Mrs. Norbin Voyles, both of Corinth; two step-sons, Bill Ray Briggs and James Briggs, both of Corinth; one sister, Mrs. Kate Harville of Corinth; one brother, Ferris Lindsey of Oklahoma City.
Pallbearers will be Lealon Briggs, Billy Ray Briggs, Sr., William Earl Rogers, Hugh Horton, Paul T. Miller and Ed Archer.
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Lois Gertrude LINDSEY
 
104 8 months old in 1880 census for Union Co., MS. Not with family in 1900.

"Loyes" may have been an alternate spelling of "Lois" 
Loyes Gertrude LINDSEY
 
105 Fought for the Confederacy. Buried in the Lindsey Cemetery between Dennis and Belmont "A Place Called Belmont" by Jerry Martin. c. 1978. Published by the Itawamba Times.

1850 Census says he was a farmer 
M. Caleb LINDSEY
 
106 Malinda Adaline Lindsey
Birth: Mar. 14, 1857
Tishomingo County
Mississippi, USA
Death: Jun. 5, 1882
Marion County
Alabama, USA

Note: Marker has been broken and death date not readable, only top portion is in picture.
Daughter of Bazzle Lee Lindsey and Elizabeth English

Burial:
Lindsey Cemetery
Marion County
Alabama, USA

Record added: Jul 14 2002
By: Roger & Mary Anne Reynolds 
Malinda Adaline LINDSEY
 
107 M. may possibly stand for Melvina as she was refered to by this name several time in various sources.

Note: Joy Shaw is a descendant of Melinda Lindsey
 
Malinda Melvina LINDSEY
 
108 email dated 13 Feb 2003:

Hello Margaret, Micajah Lindsey was my g g g grandfather. his son Holland had a daughter, Martha Minerva Lindsey, born 1849 in Tishomingo Cty. Mississippi. Died 1915 in Oklahoma. She and her second husband, Isham Wheeler had a son, Onzo Garland Wheeler, my grandfather. Born in 1884 in Newton County, Arkansas. Onzo married Lucy Lee Ann Bailey on November 3, 1905 in Paris, Texas. Together they had 10 children. Third born was Frank Clifford, my father. My name is Virginia L. Wheeler Mucklow. e-mail:ginandlee@aol.com

Virginia's posts to Ancestry.com message boards:

Submitter: LeRoy and Virginia Mucklow
Subject: Wheeler Ancestors
Message: I am searching for information about my great grandfather Isham or Isom Wheeler. I know that they were in Arkansas, that is where my grandfather Onzo G. Wheeler was born. He served in the Confederate Army during the civil war. any information would be greatly apriciated.
Thank you in advance for any help you can give.

Submitter: LeRoy and Virginia Mucklow
Subject: Family
Message: Looking for information about my Great grandfather, Isom Wheeler . Who were his parents and where was he born. Great grandmother, Mattie Chisum, I've been told she is buried at Stuart, Oklahoma. My grandfather, Onzo Garland Wheeler, born July 6, 1885, died 1939. Buried at East Post Oak Cemetary, Post Oak, Texas.
Also looking for great grandfather Dennie William Brown, born 1850, died 1928 Great grandmother, Mary Anderson Brown, born 1856, died 1937. They are both buried at Kanawha Cemetary at Kanawha, Texas. Any information will be greatly appriciated.

Submitter: LeRoy and Virginia Mucklow
Subject: Great grandmother, Martha Chisholm
Message: My great grandmother's name was Martha Chisholm, widowed, when she married my great grandfather, Isham Wheeler. She had two children, Henry Clayton and Zoe Chisholm, then had my grandfather, Onzo Garland Wheeler with Isham Wheeler in or around Harrison Arkansas. No one in the family knows Martha's maiden name. If anyone knows this family or has any information about them, pleas contact me at GINANDLEE@aol.com.
Thank you in advance for your help.........................Gin 
Martha Minerva LINDSEY
 
109 Birthdate estimated from 1850 census, but probably earlier than 1810 since her first child was born in 1824. Or did David have an earlier wife??

Descendants of James S. & Nancy Fowler Murphree (listed in post)
Author: Donald Pate Date: 17 Apr 2000 12:00 PM GMT
Surnames: Murphy, Murphree, Fowler, Whittaker, Foust, Franklin, Lindsey, McCain, Morrow, Ford, Gray, Irwin, Hopper, Underwood, Bailey, Middleton, Martin, Sample, Parker, Tooten, Hargett, Griffus, Benson, Thaxton, Wilkins, Lockridge, Gideon, Skinner, Osborne, Hopper, Pate, Miller, Collier, Wright, Plunkett, Slayton, Green, Davis, Creekmore, Killingsworth, Summerford, Kilnworth, Nix, Parrish, Holley, Davis
Classification: Query
In Reply to: Dickinson/Dickerson/Dickenson by: JayEtta Blaesing

Who are you looking for on Murphree??

Don

Descendants of James S Murphree

1 James S Murphree b: Abt. 1800 in South Carolina d: August 27, 1874 in Itawamba Co., MS
. +Nancy Fowler b: Bet. 1799 - 1800 in North Carolina m: Bef. 1820 in probably Alabama d: 1867 in Itawamba Co., MS Father: John Fowler Mother: Lucy Whittaker
.... 2 Elizabeth Ann Murphree b: August 26, 1822 in Alabama d: September 14, 1898 in Blountsville, Blount Co., AL Burial: Mt. Tabor Cem., Blount Co., AL
....... +Thomas M Foust b: January 23, 1823 in Blount Co., AL m: January 07, 1841 in Blount Co., AL d: May 10, 1875 in Blountsville, Blount Co., AL Burial: Mt. Tabor Cem., Blount Co., AL
.... 2 Mary Jane Murphree b: Bet. 1827 - 1828 in Alabama d: Bef. 1927 in probably Itawamba Co., MS
....... +James Owen Franklin, Sr. b: January 24, 1824 in Jefferson Co., AL m: January 11, 1844 in Itawamba Co., MS d: July 10, 1870 in Fulton, Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Father: David Franklin Mother: Mary Lindsey
.......... 3 William David Franklin b: 1845 in Mississippi d: Unknown
.......... 3 James R Franklin b: 1849 in Mississippi d: Unknown
.......... 3 Nancy E Franklin b: 1851 in Mississippi d: Unknown
.......... 3 John Owen Franklin, Jr. b: May 21, 1854 in Itawamba Co., MS d: August 11, 1856 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
.......... 3 Burgess M Franklin b: 1860 in Itawamba Co., MS d: Unknown
.......... 3 Robert L Franklin b: 1865 in Mississippi d: Unknown
.......... 3 Walter P Jefferson Franklin b: September 03, 1867 in Itawamba Co., MS d: October 02, 1948 in Fame, McIntosh Co., OK Burial: Fame, McIntosh Co., OK
.......... 3 Mary Ella Franklin b: January 27, 1858 in Itawamba Co., MS d: April 15, 1941 in Fame, Mcintosh Co., OK Burial: Fame Cem., McIntosh Co., OK
............. +John Lane McCain b: May 1847 in Alabama m: January 07, 1875 in Itawamba Co., MS d: April 30, 1931 in Fame, McIntosh Co., OK Burial: Fame Cem., McIntosh Co., OK Father: William McCain Mother: Jennet Ann Morrow
.... 2 William Murphree b: Abt. 1830 in Blount Co., AL d: Bef. 1900 in Itawamba Co., MS
....... +Nancy Jane Franklin b: 1826 in Alabama m: December 10, 1846 in Itawamba Co., MS d: Bef. 1930 Father: David Franklin Mother: Mary Lindsey
.... 2 Nancy Jane Murphree b: Abt. 1832 in Alabama d: June 24, 1858 in Itawamba Co., MS
....... +Charles M Ford b: Abt. 1822 in North Carolina m: July 22, 1847 in Itawamba Co., MS d: July 18, 1858 in Itawamba Co., MS Father: Asberry Ford Mother: Mary A ???
.......... 3 Elizabeth Ann Ford b: Abt. 1848 in probably Itawamba Co., MS d: Unknown in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: probably Itawamba Co., MS
............. +Joel Gray b: 1845 m: February 28, 1867 in Itawamba Co., MS d: Unknown Burial: Possible in Itawamba Co., MS
................ 4 Jane Gray b: 1868 in Mississippi d: Unknown
................ 4 Mary Gray b: 1869 d: Unknown
.......... 3 James Asbury Ford b: Abt. 1850 d: Unknown Burial: Possible in Itawamba Co., MS
............. +Martha C Irwin b: Abt. 1849 in Alabama m: December 01, 1873 in Itawamba Co., MS d: Unknown Father: Alexander Hart Irwin Mother: Ellen Brown
.......... 3 Nancy J Ford b: Abt. 1854 in Alabama d: Bef. 1950 in Itawamba Co., MS
............. +A J Hopper b: Abt. 1848 m: December 17, 1868 in Itawamba Co., MS d: Bef. 1940
.......... 3 Martha Lucretia Ford b: Abt. 1857 in probably Itawamba Co., MS d: Unknown
............. +W H Underwood b: Abt. 1855 m: September 02, 1872 in Itawamba Co., MS d: Unknown
.... 2 [1] Telitha Rehab Murphree b: September 05, 1836 in Blount Co., AL d: December 28, 1903 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS.
....... +Agrippa J Bailey b: Abt. 1824 m: March 13, 1851 in Itawamba Co., MS d: August 05, 1858 in Itawamba Co., MS Father: William Fleming Bailey, Jr. Mother: Mary Middleton
.......... 3 Mary Jane Bailey b: January 28, 1852 in Itawamba Co., MS d: December 25, 1925 in Dallas Co., TX
............. +Frances Marion Martin b: July 28, 1846 in Fulton, Itawamba Co., MS m: December 24, 1867 in Itawamba Co., MS d: March 08, 1923 in Tarrant Co., TX Father: Calvin Jerrmair Martin Mother: Betty Elizabeth Sample
.......... 3 Billy Bailey b: Abt. 1854 d: Unknown
................ 4 Jape Bailey b: Abt. 1875 d: Unknown
................ 4 Sam Bailey b: Abt. 1877 d: Unknown
.... *2nd Husband of [1] Telitha Rehab Murphree:
....... +C Asberry Ford b: Abt. 1835 in North Carolina m: July 08, 1860 in Itawamba Co., MS d: Bef. 1900 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS. Father: Asberry Ford Mother: Mary A ???
.......... 3 Melvina N Ford b: September 02, 1862 in Itawamba Co., MS d: 1934 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
............. +James McDonald Parker b: May 25, 1855 in Itawamba Co., MS m: December 11, 1877 in Itawamba Co., MS d: 1938 in Tremont, Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Father: Thomas Brown Parker Mother: Telitha C Tooten
................ 4 Ausker Parker b: 1880 in Itawamba Co., MS d: 1880 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
................ 4 [2] James Mack Parker b: February 28, 1882 in Itawamba Co., MS d: June 02, 1942 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
................... +Lossie Hargett b: Abt. 1884 m: Abt. 1902 d: Unknown
................ *2nd Wife of [2] James Mack Parker:
................... +Myrtle Griffus b: Abt. 1900 m: Abt. 1920 d: Unknown
................ 4 Francis Telitha Parker b: 1884 in Itawamba Co., MS d: Unknown in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
................... +James Garvin Benson b: January 06, 1879 in Itawamba Co., MS m: Abt. 1906 in Probably Itawamba Co., MS d: 1955 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Father: James Franklin Benson Mother: Sarah A E Robins
................ 4 Talmer Canzadie Parker b: June 22, 1887 in Itawamba Co., MS d: Unknown Burial: Unknown
................... +Will Thaxton b: March 17, 1888 m: Abt. 1905 in probably Itawamba Co., MS d: October 1940 in Aberdeen, Monroe Co., MS Burial: Unknown
................ 4 Orlander Parker b: 1888 in Itawamba Co., MS d: Unknown Social Security Number: None Found
................ 4 Arlin Edgar Parker b: February 22, 1890 in Itawamba Co., MS d: February 01, 1988 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Social Security Number: SS# 427-70-8114
................... +Mittie Leonia Clemintine Wilkins b: September 30, 1887 in Alabama m: Abt. 1911 in Probably Itawamba Co., MS d: October 26, 1969 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Social Security Number: SS #: None
................ 4 Garlon Officer Parker b: October 06, 1892 in Tremont, Itawamba Co., MS d: December 09, 1969 in Hamilton, Marion Co., AL Burial: Memorial Gardens, Hamilton, AL
................... +Etta Mae Post b: October 08, 1894 in Marion County, AL m: October 18, 1913 in Hamilton, Marion Co., AL d: January 1981 in Hamilton, Marion Co., AL Burial: Memorial Gardens, Hamilton, AL Social Security Number: SS# 418 - 86 - 5235 Father: Augustus Philadelpus Post Mother: Mary Ann Parlee Whitten
................ 4 Guy Dell Parker b: February 04, 1898 in Itawamba Co., MS d: September 10, 1961 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Social Security Number: None Found
................... +Mary Truvette Lockridge b: January 22, 1906 in Itawamba Co., MS m: Abt. 1926 in probably Itawamba Co., MS d: October 10, 1992 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Social Security Number: SS# : 425-36-2758 Father: Arbulas Lockridge Mother: Betty Gideon
.......... 3 John Andrew Ford b: July 13, 1865 in Itawamba Co., MS d: 1935 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: James Creek Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
............. +Mary Jane Skinner b: March 13, 1873 in Alabama m: December 02, 1888 in Itawamba Co., MS d: March 11, 1934 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: James Creek Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Father: John Dee Skinner Mother: Martha Ann Elizabeth Osborne
................ 4 Lanora Ford b: October 1889 in Itawamba Co., MS d: Abt. 1912 in Blytheville, Mississippi Co., AR Burial: Arkansas
................... +Oscar Hopper b: Abt. 1885 m: Abt. 1909 d: Unknown
................ 4 Verona M Ford b: January 05, 1892 in Itawamba Co., MS d: November 22, 1965 in Tupelo, Lee Co., MS Burial: Pine Grove Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Social Security Number: None Found
................... +Steven T Pate b: August 04, 1879 in Tremont, Itawamba Co., MS m: December 04, 1910 in Itawamba Co., MS d: December 30, 1930 in Tremont, Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Pine Grove Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Social Security Number: SS #: None Father: Bradley P Pate, Sr. Mother: Mary Melinda Ford
................ 4 Vernon Christopher Ford b: December 27, 1895 in Itawamba Co., MS d: June 20, 1945 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS.
................... +Mamie Miller b: December 10, 1891 m: Abt. 1910 in Itawamba Co., MS d: September 02, 1963 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS.
................ 4 Berma Ford b: December 07, 1898 in Itawamba Co., MS d: August 02, 1980 in Monroe Co., MS Burial: Mt. Zion Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Social Security Number: Unable to find any SS #??
................... +Oscar Newton Collier b: March 04, 1884 in Itawamba Co., MS m: February 07, 1928 in Itawamba Co., MS d: Unknown
................ 4 Ernie A Ford b: July 13, 1901 in Itawamba Co., MS d: May 15, 1936 in Franklin Co., AL Burial: Elbenezer Baptist Church, Franklin Co., AL
................... +Clista C Wright b: February 14, 1903 m: September 13, 1927 in Itawamba Co., MS d: September 22, 1989 in Vina, Franklin Co., AL Burial: Elbenezer Baptist Church, Franklin Co., AL
................ 4 [3] Omer Emberry Ford b: May 13, 1904 in Itawamba Co., MS d: June 13, 1981 in Smithville, Monroe Co., MS Burial: James Creek Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Social Security Number: SS #: 427-36-8423
................... +Retha Arizona Plunkett b: March 10, 1906 in Itawamba Co., MS m: August 1928 in Itawamba Co., MS d: November 03, 1930 in Lawrence Co., AL Burial: James Creek Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Father: John William Plunkett Mother: Lovie L Slayton
................ *2nd Wife of [3] Omer Emberry Ford:
................... +Velma Ree Plunkett b: April 22, 1908 in Itawamba Co., MS m: January 14, 1933 in Itawamba Co., MS d: September 01, 1984 in Smithville, Monroe Co., MS Burial: James Creek Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Social Security Number: SS #: 587-08-6567 Father: John William Plunkett Mother: Lovie L Slayton
................ 4 Willie Ford b: May 1908 in Itawamba Co., MS d: Abt. 1974 in Georgia
................ 4 Luna V Ford b: July 05, 1912 in Itawamba Co., MS d: July 03, 1956 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: James Creek Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Social Security Number: Unable to find her SS #??
................... +Dellion L Plunkett b: April 22, 1908 in Itawamba Co., MS m: November 04, 1928 in Itawamba Co., MS d: January 19, 1978 in Hamilton, Marion Co., AL Burial: James Creek Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Social Security Number: SS #: 426-58-2881 Father: John William Plunkett Mother: Lovie L Slayton
.......... 3 Alex F Ford b: December 07, 1869 in Itawamba Co., MS d: April 16, 1947 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
............. +Amanda M Green b: 1871 in Tennessee m: December 14, 1905 in Itawamba Co., MS d: 1945 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
................ 4 Elsie Ford b: May 16, 1916 in Lee Co., MS d: November 16, 1998 in Tremont, Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
................... +Lucille Davis b: Abt. 1918 m: Abt. 1938 in probably Itawamba Co., MS
................ 4 Ethel Marie Ford b: November 10, 1918 in Itawamba Co., MS d: June 1987 in Tremont, Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Social Security Number: SS# : 426-60-7457
................... +Eliga E Creekmore b: August 10, 1918 m: Abt. 1932 in probably Itawamba Co., MS d: October 28, 1961 in Tremont, Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
................ 4 Inez Ford b: Abt. 1920 d: Unknown in Kalmoth Falls, OR Burial: Kalmoth Falls, OR ??
................... +?? Bean b: Abt. 1916 m: Abt. 1937
.......... 3 S E Ford b: June 1871 in Itawamba Co., MS d: Unknown in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Pleasant Ridge Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
............. +Hattie Killingsworth b: Abt. 1886 m: Aft. 1900 in probably Itawamba Co., MS d: Unknown in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Pleasant Ridge Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Father: William M Killingsworth Mother: Sarah J Summerford
................ 4 Trice Ford b: Abt. 1902 d: Unknown
.......... 3 James Ford b: Abt. 1872 d: Bef. 1970 in probably Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Pleasant Ridge Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
............. +Haiti Kilnworth b: Abt. 1873 m: Bet. 1900 - 1910 in probably Itawamba Co., MS d: Bef. 1972 in probably Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Pleasant Ridge Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
.......... 3 Talmer T Ford b: July 06, 1874 in Itawamba Co., MS d: January 13, 1942 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
............. +Mathew B Nix b: September 14, 1873 in Alabama m: December 03, 1896 in Itawamba Co., MS d: August 07, 1959 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
................ 4 Burland Nix b: September 27, 1897 in Itawamba Co., MS d: September 02, 1899 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
................ 4 Benjamin Clyde Nix b: Abt. 1897 d: December 25, 1969 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
................... +Maggie ??? b: June 17, 1883 m: Abt. 1920 d: December 15, 1967 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
................ 4 Betty Nix b: December 16, 1902 in Itawamba Co., MS d: October 1993 in Red Bay, Franklin Co., AL Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
................... +Dewey Edgar Parrish b: January 30, 1900 m: Abt. 1922 in Probably Itawamba Co., MS d: November 1978 in Red Bay, Franklin Co., AL Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS Social Security Number: SS# 417-28-9411
................ 4 [4] Bernice Nix b: 1908 in Alabama d: December 1999 in Red Bay, Franklin Co., AL Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
................... +Elisha Clovis Creekmore b: 1905 m: Abt. 1928 in Probably Itawamba Co., MS d: 1963 in Itawamba Co., MS Burial: Providence Cem., Itawamba Co., MS
................ *2nd Husband of [4] Bernice Nix:
................... +?? Moore b: Abt. 1906 m: Aft. 1963 d: Unknown
................ 4 Belmer L Nix, Sr. b: April 03, 1905 d: August 1977 in Hamilton, Marion Co., AL Burial: Memorial Gardens, Hamilton, AL Social Security Number: SS # 418-44-5303
................... +Willard Holley b: Abt. 1924 m: Abt. 1942
................ 4 Derie Nix b: Abt. 1922
................... +Flovous Davis b: Abt. 1918 m: Abt. 1939
.......... 3 Martha Ford b: Abt. 1880 d: Unknown in probably Itawamba Co., MS Burial: probably Itawamba Co., MS 
Mary LINDSEY
 
110 Hi,
My husband is a decendent of Mary Tyrena Lindsey, daughter of James and Rachel Franklin Lindsey.
Mary married Alfred Richard Senter and moved to Freestone County, Texas, where they both are buried. Their daughter Ada Maude Senter married Eugene Thomas Harris, grandfather of my husband, Lester Thomas Harris, Jr.
I haven't read all of your information to know if you already have this info, but will be happy to share anything that I have. Most of the info on the Lindsey's came from DAR records, and cannot always be taken for truth, but the later records I know from family records.

I'm so excited that I found this web site. I have been tracing Harris family and that is very hard.

Thanks,
Ann Harris
Austin, Texas


 
Mary A LINDSEY
 
111 Grave along the roadside at the Jerome Mitchell (1978) place where Bazzle L. Lindsey lived. Mary Elizabeth LINDSEY
 
112 From Lois Meyer:
Mary Elvira Lindsey
B. 1/10 1853 (Itawamba Co, Miss.)
D. 2/18 1897 Tex.
Married 12/11 1875 (Freestone Co. Tex.)
Reuben Warren Beene
B. 2/12 1837
D. 6/15 1912
(Salem Cem, So. of Teague, Texas) 
Mary Elvira LINDSEY
 
113 From McPeters Funeral Home Records, Corinth, MS:

HORTON,MARY MODENIA
8-10-1879-UNION CO.MS. 12-19-1958-CORINTH,MS.
HEART DISEASE
HUSB.HUGH JACKSON HORTON,SR. AGE 76
FATHER-J.H.LINDSEY-MS. MOTHER-MS.ROGERS
HENRY CEM. PAGE-199 
Mary Modenia LINDSEY
 
114 email:

Subject:
Lindsey
Date:
Sat, 6 Mar 1999 01:38:50 -0500
From:
"Debbie Williams"
To:



Margaret, I saw your post at the Lindsey forum.I Hope you can help. I'm looking for a Aubrey Lee Lindsey. I have some info that was givin to me I think maybe my
line. MicaJah C. Lindsey m.Elizabeth McClurkin. One Son Named Bazzle Lee Lindsey m.Mary Polly Davis. One of the children named Matthew Clayborn Lindsey,
m.Sarah L.Bromley One son Named William Holland Lindsey m.Molly Cornelious They had 8 children one Audry Lee Lindsey. From Dennis Tishomingo Co.
Miss.The Aubrey L. Lindsey that I'm Looking For is my grandfather he m. Carrie May Hayes he was about 19 She was 17 1926. Do you think I'm on the right
track? Thanks for any info Debbie

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List of Civil War graves in TIshomingo Co. MS at http://www.freedom2000net.com/userpages/genealogy/Tishom/civilwar12.html
Lindsey, M. C. - 1838 1927 17 MS Inf. Joel cemetery ???
Lindsey, M. C. - 1838 1927 17 MS Inf. Lindsey cemetery ???
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Name of Soldier or Widow State of Enlistment Company Regiment Age Year of Enlistment Soldier or Widow
Lindsey, M.C. Miss E 17 70 1861 S
[http://www.freedom2000net.com/userpages/genealogy/Tishom/civilwar.html]
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in 1916 applied in Tishomingo Co. MS for pension based on service in 17th MS Infantry. 
Matthew Claiborne LINDSEY
 
115 1850 Census, Itawamba Co., MS, Dist #7, p 820 (handwritten), 410b (printed)
Dwelling 453, Family 453
Micajah Lindsay 25 M - Farmer 250 Ala - - - -
Silita " 26 F "
Rachael 5 " Mi
Nancy 1 " "

Dwelling 454, Family 454
Samuel Miller 53 M - Farmer 150 Tenn
Jane " 56 F Va
Hamilton " 24 M " Ala
James " 23 " " "
Sarah " 19? 17? F "
Balinda " 16 F "

Dwelling & Family 455
Robert Miller 26 M - Farmer 500 SC - - / -
Eliza " 25 F Ala
Wm T " 7 M Mi
Marsha? " 4 F "
Samuel " 3 M "
Liramah? " 6/12 F "

Dwelling & Family 456
James Lindsay 52 M - Farmer - SC
Rachael " 47 F NC
Nancy " 28 " Ala
James " 22 " " "
Bazal " 18 " " "
Rachael " 16 F "
(continued on next page)
Andrew J Lindsay 14 M Mi
Jefferson " 12 M "
Mary A? " 8 F "
Alfred " 6 M "
WIlliam " 5 " "
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It is probable that Samuel Miller was Seleta's father, and Robert her brother.

May have been either a minister or a J.P. - on 14 Jul 1857 a Andrew McCreary and Lucinda Roberts were married by a Micajah Lindsey. (Itawamba Marriage Book 5, p 103)
Also, he performed ceremonies for Martin V Stockton and Matilda Hall (8 Dec 1858, p161), Jonas J Wood and Lucritia G Collier (31 Sep 1858, p161)), William R Frost and Margaret Collier (21 Dec 1858, p 162) and William V Miles and Sarah A Limmons (10 Nov 1858, p 163) as well as others recorded in Marriage Book 5. In those records his name is sometimes spelled Micajah, sometimes Micarah and sometimes Micayah. Once it is listed (at least in a published index, as Micagel Lenisey!)
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1860 Federal Census, ITawamba County, Mississippi, Oak Farm Post Office
Enumerated 21 August 1860 by W H H Tison
p. 233, Lines 36-40 and p. 234, lines 1-4

1559, 1559
Micaga Lindsy 36 M - Farmer 300 1200 Miss - - - -
C????? "37 F - - - - do - - - - (This is Seleta)
Rachel J? "15 F - - - - do - - - -
Nancy A "10 F - - - - do - - - -
Jacob G? "8 M - - - - do - - - -
Mary E "6 F / - - - do - - - -
Gainer J "4 M / - - - do - - - -
Andrew J "2 M / - - - do - - - -
Joseph S " 1/12 M / - - - do - - - -

Note: every person on page 234 has a tally mark in column 6.

3 Millers on the page 233: RH (34), PL (40) and Milicent (45)
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According to Lois Meyer, children of James Lindsey and Rachel Franklin:

2. Micajah Lindsey
B. 1/23 1824 Ala.
D. 5/2 1879 Tex.
Married 9/28 1844
(ITawamba Co., Miss.)
Letitia Emily Miller
B. 4/13 1823 Ala.
D. 3/16 1888
(Both buriedL
Salem Cem, So. of Teague, Texas

(Lindsey Bible in the possession of Mrs. Berta Wren, RR-3, Teague, Texas)

1850 Census: Itawamba Co., Mississippi
Family #453
Lindsey, Micajah 25 Ala. (1825)
Letitia 26 Ala. (1824)
Rachel 5 Miss. (1845)
Nancy 1 " (1849)

1860 Census: Itawamba Co., Mississippi
#1559, page 233
Lindsey, Micajah 36 Miss (1824)
Emily 37 Miss (1823)
Rachel J 15 " (1845)
Nancy A 10 " (1840)
Jacob G 8 " (1852)
Mary E 6 " (1854)
Gainer J 4 " (1856)
Andrew J 2 " (1858)
Joseph L 1/12 " (1860)
 
Micajah LINDSEY
 
116 Old Tish Probate Court book #2 pg 46
In the name of my ??? Lord and Saviour I Micajah Lindsey being of sound mind and memory take my pen in hand to make this my last will and testament as follows.
First of all I will and bequeath my body to the literal grave and my love to that God that first and is to me and
Secondly I will and bequeath to my beloved wife Elizabeth Lindsey one third of my personal estate her lifetime and then each heir to have their proportionable part of that third part of my Estate and
Thirdly I will and bequeath to my loving and obediant children the other two thirds of my estate namely James Lindsey, Jane Davis, Mary Franklin, B.L. Lindsey, Holland Lindsey, William C Lindsey and Elizabeth Jowell [?) all an equal and proportionable part except B. L. Lindsey and Holland Lindsey and Elizabeth Jowell.
I will and Bequeath unto B L Lindsey and Holland Lindsey ten dollars each the remainder of their proportionable part
I will and bequeath unto their lawful heirs to be placed in the said B L Lindsey and Holland Lindsey hands to be equally divided and handed over as they severally become of age. I will and bequeath unto Elizabeth Jowell all of her proportionable part except one hundred dollars that John Jowell her husband got[?] at Pontotoc to enter the Land he now lives on and Elizabeth Jowell part be kept by James Lindsey and to handed to her as need requires to her and her children does come to ??? and if James Lindsey or her husband John Jowell death or either of them death to be handed to the said Elizabeth Jowell to use at pleasure and Jane Davis and Mary Franklin to have one half of their part handed to them to dispose of at their own discretion and
I appoint James Lindsey and Holland Lindsey to supervise the business and to have a reasonable compensation for their trouble and ??? recommend a private sale to ??? I want all my worldly debts paid and if any thing should arise against me either before or after the date of this will I want it paid out of the estate before the division. February fifteenth AD 1845.
Micajah Lindsey
Wit. John Humber?
WC Lindsey
Probate 4 Aug 1845
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Buried in Lindsey Cemetery in Dennis, Tishomingo Co. MS (Tishomingo Co. Cemetery Book, pg 113)
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From _A Place Called Belmont_ by Jerry Martin, c1978, printed by the Itawamba County Times:

"Two of the very first white settlers around here were Micajah C. Lindsey (1775-1845) and his wife, Elizabeth McClurkin Lindsey. They lived, reportedly, in the vicinity of the present Lindsey Cemetery among the hunting Chickasaws before the indian Removal. After the land office opened at Pontotoc, Micajah entered in excess of 3,000 acres of land in a matter of a few years. In March 1840, he sold seven various quarter sections of land to William Carroll Lindsey, his son, for $2,500. Micajah Lindsey died in 1845, probably the first person buried in the present Lindsey Cemetery between Belmont and Dennis.

...Daughters of Micajah and Elizabeth Lindsey were Jane (Mrs. Matthew Davis), Mary (Mrs.David Franklin), and Elizabeth (Mrs. John Joel). James Lindsey, Holland Lindsey, Bazzle L. Lindsey were also sons of Micajah."

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From Spartanburg County/District SC Deed Abstacts Books A-T, 1785-1827 (1752-1827) by Albert Pruitt (Tuscaloosa Public Library):

Book G, p 69
Mar 9, 1793 James William Lindsey (Rutherford Co. NC) to James Lindsey (Spartanburgh): for 10 pounds sterling sold 75 acres on Lick Creek of Enoree River; grant Mar, 1792 by Gov. Charles Pinckney to James William Lindsey; border SW & SE - WM Rives and John Hamley, S - Thomas Childers, E - Isaac Hamley, and NW - William More. Witnesses Burrel Pace, Joshua Lindsey and Samuel Woodruff. Signed James Wm Lindsey. Wit. oath Sep 19, 1800 Burrel Pace to G. Brewton. Rec. Sept 22, 1800.

pp 70-71
Aug. 7, 1797 James Lindsey (Spartanburgh) to Micajah Lindsey; for 10 pounds sterling, sold 175 acres on branches of Lick Cr of Enoree R; where James Lindsey lives; border N - Hambey and Reeves, E - Joseph Woodruff, S - Amos Pilgrim and Alijih Hendrix and W - Wm Moore. 100 acres is half of 200 ac grant June 5, 1786 Gov. Wm. Moultrie to William Moore Jr, 75 acres joins W part of 100 ac and was granted Mar 1, 1792 Gov. Charles Pickney to James William Lindsey. Witness oath Isaac Brewton and Philip Bruton. Signed James Lindsey. Wit. oath Sept. 18, 1800 Isaac Brewton to G. Bruton. Rec. Sept 22, 1800.

pp 71-72
Oct 25, 1799. Micajah Lindsey (Spartanburgh) to Wm Hendrix; a bond of ?0 pounds sterling; condition: bond void if Micajah makes good deed for 70 ac granted to James Lindsey, 50 acres where Micajah Lindsey lives, and 30 acres, total of 150 acres except what John Lindsey owns on s. side of Meetinghouse Br. where James Lindsey Sr. lives. Witnesses David Moor and Thomas Woodruff III. Signed Micajah Lindsey. Wit. oath Sept 19, 1800 Thomas Woodruff III to G. Brewton. Rec. Sept 22, 1800.

Book P, pp 89-90
July 20, 1816. Micajah Lindsey (Monroe Co. MS) to Thomas Price (Spartanburgh) for $70 sold 65 acres on NW side of Bethel Meeting House Br. of Enoree R. Border: N - Hamaby and Reeves, S - Amos Pilgrim and Elijah Hendrix, and W - William Morre. Witnesses Thomas Woodsruff III and William L. Allen. Signed Micajah Lindsey. Wit. Oath Aug 29, 1816 William L. Allen to Samuel Woodruff. Rec. Sept 5, 1816.

NOTE: In the 1800 census of Spartanburg Co., within one page of Amos Pilgrim: Samuel Woodruff, William Crow,

1810 Census, Spartanburg Co. SC:
Amos Pilgrim

Next page:
Isaac Crow Jr?
Elizabeth Hendricks
Samuel Woodruff Jr.
(above 3 first on the page)
Philip Pilgrim

And, on another set of pages:
Isaac Crow Sr.
several other Crows
William Hendricks Sr?

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Spartanburg County SC Will Abstracts 1787-1840, compiled by Brent Holcomb:

pp 114-117
L.W. & T. of Isaac Crow in 1817 mentions" Micajah Lindsey and the rest of the heirs of the Widow McClurken".

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1800 Census Rutherford CO. NC
Micajah Lindsey 1 male 0-9 (James), 1 male 16-25, 1 female 0-9 (Jane), 1 female 16-25, no slaves
1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
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email from Robert Jordan dated 6 July 2002:
Hello Margaret - haven't talked to you for awhile, but I'm still looking for early Lindsey evidence. Below is my list of Micajah's Christian Co. KY tax records. Hope this will add a little info to your records. The numbers on the end mean (1) number of tax polls over 21, (2-3) number of slaves over/under 16, (4) number of horses/mules. There might be a land deed or patent for him somewhere, but I haven't seen one. Often, when men left an area, they just turned their property over to relatives - without a deed.

Christian Co. KY tax list shows Micajah moved to KY by 1809 with probable brother Carlton. He may have stayed one year, then moved for two years before he returned. He moved again in 1813 and returned one year before moving to Alabama in 1815.

1809 No land 1001
1810 Not found
1811 Not found
1812 200a Beachy Fork entered and pat. by self 1001
1813 Not found
1814 No land 1002
1815 and on - not found
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1816 Census Of Monroe County Heads of Families
(http://members.aol.com/GenWebLisa/1816monr.htm):

Micaja Lindsey 1 5 1 2

As listed in _Residents of the Southeastern Mississippi Territory; Census, Tax Rolls, and Petitions Book One_, by Jean Strickland & Patricia N. Edwards, 1995:
1815-1817 Monroe County, Mississippi Territory State Census, p 148
Micaja Lindsey 1 5 1 2 9 0 0 9
where the numbers refer to: WM>=21 (1) , WM<21 (5), WF>=21 (1), WF<21 (2). Tot W (9), Tot "free people of color" (0), Tot slaves (0), Total inhabitants (9)
Thus the household consisted of 1 male over 21, 1 female over 21, 5 boys and 2 girls under 21. No slaves of other non-white inhabitants. We have James, Basel, Holland and possibly William Carrol as boys under 21, and Jane and Mary as girls under 21 at that time. So we're missing a boy.

The names just above and below Micajah's on this census are: Caleb, James and Martin Fryly, Andrew Pucket, John Wood, Joseph Thompson, Zach Taylor, James Barnes, Duncan Johnson.
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1837 Tishomingo Co. Census:
Lindsey,Caleb
Lindsey,M.
Lindsey,Thos. H.
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1840 Federal Census Tishomingo Co. MS
p220 family189 Lindsay Micajah 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1[1 male 60-70] 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1[1 female 60-70] 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 2[total] 0 1[employed in agriculture] 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

No slaves and no "free persons of color"
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Probable references in BLM GLO Land Patent Records:

LINDSEY, MICAJAH
Land Office: PONTOTOC Sequence #:
Document Number: 7823 Total Acres: 169.45
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: May 06, 1839
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 SE CHICKASAW No 6S 10E 13
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LINDSEY, MICAJAH
Land Office: PONTOTOC Sequence #:
Document Number: 7824 Total Acres: 160.34
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: May 06, 1839
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 SE CHICKASAW No 6S 10E 15
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LINDSEY, MICAJAH
Land Office: PONTOTOC Sequence #:
Document Number: 8135 Total Acres: 160.02
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: October 06, 1840
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 SE CHICKASAW No 6S 10E 1
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LINDSEY, MICAJAH
Land Office: PONTOTOC Sequence #:
Document Number: 8859 Total Acres: 160.36
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: October 06, 1840
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 SW CHICKASAW No 6S 10E 23
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LINDSEY, MICAJAH
Land Office: PONTOTOC Sequence #:
Document Number: 9802 Total Acres: 159.7
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: April 09, 1842
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 NW CHICKASAW No 6S 10E 32
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LINDSEY, MICAJAH
Land Office: PONTOTOC Sequence #:
Document Number: 9825 Total Acres: 159.76
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: April 09, 1842
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 NE CHICKASAW No 6S 10E 31
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LINDSEY, MICAJAH
Land Office: PONTOTOC Sequence #:
Document Number: 9844 Total Acres: 160
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: April 09, 1842
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 NW CHICKASAW No 6S 10E 13
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LINDSEY, MICAJAH
Land Office: PONTOTOC Sequence #:
Document Number: 10465 Total Acres: 159.88
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: April 09, 1842
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 NW CHICKASAW No 6S 10E 22
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LINDSEY, MICAJAH
Land Office: PONTOTOC Sequence #:
Document Number: 10466 Total Acres: 160
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: April 09, 1842
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 NE CHICKASAW No 6S 10E 35
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LINDSEY, MICAJAH
Land Office: PONTOTOC Sequence #:
Document Number: 10467 Total Acres: 320
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: April 09, 1842
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 W CHICKASAW No 6S 11E 18
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LINDSEY, MICAJAH 06/15/1843 Accession # MS3010__.207
159.86 acres: NE Sect. 20/ Twp 6-S Range 10-E TISHOMINGO Co. MS
LINDSEY, MICAJAH
Land Office: PONTOTOC Sequence #:
Document Number: 10465 Total Acres: 159.88
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: April 09, 1842
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 NW CHICKASAW No 6S 10E 22
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LINDSEY, MICAJAH
Land Office: PONTOTOC Sequence #:
Document Number: 10466 Total Acres: 160
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: April 09, 1842
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 NE CHICKASAW No 6S 10E 35
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LINDSEY, MICAJAH
Land Office: PONTOTOC Sequence #:
Document Number: 10467 Total Acres: 320
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: April 09, 1842
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 W CHICKASAW No 6S 11E 18
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LINDSEY, MICAJAH 06/15/1843 Accession # MS3010__.208
158.7 acres: NE Sect. 34/ Twp 6-S Range 10-E TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, MICAJAH 06/15/1843 Accession # MS3010__.209
160.06 acres: NW Sect. 11/ Twp 6-S Range 10-E TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, MICAJAH 06/15/1843 Accession # MS3010__.475
320 acres: N Sect. 3/ Twp 7-S Range 10-E TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, MICAJAH 06/15/1843 Accession # MS3010__.476
165.06 acres: SE Sect. 34/ Twp 6-S Range 10-E TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, MICAJAH 10/06/1840 Accession # MS2900__.110
160.02 acres: SE Sect. 10/ Twp 6-S Range 10-E TISHOMINGO Co. MS #

LINDSEY, MICAJAH 10/06/1840 Accession # MS2910__.330
160.36 acres: SW Sect. 23/ Twp 6-S Range 10-E TISHOMINGO Co. MS #

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http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~janelle/Intruders.html
SETTLERS AND INTRUDERS ON CHEROKEE INDIAN LANDS
1801-1816

(And a few other goodies)

Abstracted from the Records of the Cherokee Agency in Tennessee: Correspondence and Miscellaneous Records. National Archives
Microcopy M-208, Rolls 1-7, 13.

Transcribed by Janelle Swearingen 1989

JANEL36@aol.com

All new settlers and intirely out of the limits of my neighborhood, and south of the North and main fork of the Oconee river.

1. Ottwell19. Nations
2. Carrol<<<20. Reed
3. Williams21. York
4. McKinney22. York
5. Grissell23. York
6. Rooks24. Gray
7. Hill 25. Heath
8. Brogdon26. Shepherd
9. Castleberry27. Cavender
10. Warren28. Myers
11. Strickland30. Manning
12. Armstrong31. Robinson
13. Bevin32. Lindsey <<<
14. Magee33. Cornwell
15. Holland <<<34. Mullens
16. Dunman35. Mullens
17. Nations37. Young
18. Nations

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Itawamba Co. MS Deed Book 1
Micajah Lindsey of Tishomingo County, Mississippi sold to Henry W. Stegall of Itawamba County Section 10 of Township 6, Range 10 on 16 March 1837 for $1,000: Page 138

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"Family Gene Records - Births" on Ancestry.com:

Lindsey, Bazzle L
Father: Lindsey, Micajah C Mother: Mcclurkin, Elizabeth
Birth Date: 1805 City:
County: State: SC
Country: USA

Lindsey, Elizabeth
Father: Lindsey, Micajah C Mother: Mcclurkin, Elizabeth
Birth Date: 1819 City:
County: State: SC [Certainly not true. They were in either KY, TN or AL by this time, most likely AL]
Country: USA

Lindsey, Holland
Father: Lindsey, Micajah C Mother: Mcclurkin, Elizabeth
Birth Date: 1 December 1807 City:
County: State: SC
Country: USA

Lindsey, James
Father: Lindsey, Micajah C Mother: Mcclurkin, Elizabeth
Birth Date: 1798 City:
County: State: SC
Country: USA

Lindsey, Jane
Father: Lindsey, Micajah C Mother: Mcclurkin, Elizabeth
Birth Date: 1800 City:
County: State: SC
Country: USA

Lindsey, Mary
Father: Lindsey, Micajah C Mother: Mcclurkin, Elizabeth
Birth Date: 1802 City: Ky
County: State: SC
Country: USA

Lindsey, William Carroll
Father: Lindsey, Micajah C Mother: Mcclurkin, Elizabeth
Birth Date: 1816 City:
County: State: SC [Certainly not true. They were in KY, TN or AL by this time, most likely AL]
Country: USA
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On the website http://www.legislature.state.al.us/misc/history/acts_and_journals/Acts_1820/Acts_81-85.html
I found:

An act to alter and extend the bounds of Jefferson county and for other purposes.

Section 1. BE it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Alabama in General Assembly convened, That all that part of St. Clair county lying within the following bounds, viz: beginning where the line dividing the county of St. Clair and Shelby leave Jefferson county thence along said line to the Cahawba river, thence up said river to the mouth of a creek commonly called Grimnuts fork, thence up said creek to its extreme head, thence north to the line dividing townships fourteen and fifteen, thence along said line to Hartgroves, at the head of Jones' Valley, be and the same is hereby constituted and made a part of the county of Jefferson.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That in addition to the election precincts heretofore established in Jefferson county, there shall be one at the house of Micajah Lindsey, Esquire.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That this act shall be in force from and after the first day of April next.
[Approved, December 20, 1820.]

Then, enacted on 3 Dec 1821,

"63
AN ACT
To establish additional Election precincts in certain counties therein named, and for other purposes.

"...
Sec. 15. And be it further enacted, That there be an additional election precinct, at a place called the Old town in Jefferson County.

Sec. 16. And be it further enacted, That the third section of an Act, to repeal the second section of an Act passed the twentieth December one thousand eight hundred and twenty to establish certain election precincts therein mentioned, and for other purposes be, and the same is hereby repealed.

Sec. 17. And be it further enacted, That the election precinct formerly held at Squire Lindsey's be discontinued, and in future held at Squire Saunders.
..."
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8 Sept 1821, Frederick Duvall m Frances Wyatt. Consent of James Wyatt for daughter. Micajah Lindsey, security, P. 209, #168 amd p.214, #168
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On the website http://www.intersurf.com/~rcollins/mcwms.html there is a will of a Andrew M McWilliams, who died 6 Oct 1823 in Jefferson Co. AL. At the time of probate, a Micajah Lindsey was one of those bound to oversee the administration of the estate, as far as I can tell from the wording.

This is too early to be any of the grandsons named Micajah, so is most likely our Micajah C. Lindsey.
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Husband:Andrew M. McWilliams died 6 Oct 1823in: Jefferson County, Alabama

WILL of ANDREW McWILLIAMS

Know all men by these presents, that we John McWilliams, James McWilliams and Watson McWilliams, Andrew Wilson, and Micajah Lindsey are held and firmly bound to John Brown Judge of the County court of Jefferson county in the State of Alabama and his successors in office, in the sum of five Thousand dollars, to the due payment whereof we jointly and severally bind ourselves and are held. Sealed with our seals, this twenty-eighth day of October one-thousand eight hundred and twenty three. The condition of this obligation is such that if the above bound John McWilliams, James McWilliams, and Watson McWilliams administrators of all and singular the goods, chattels, right and credits of Andrew McWilliams deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect inventory of all which singular chattels right and credits of Andrew McWilliams deceased, which have or shall come to the hand possession of knowledge of the said John, James, and Watson McWilliams or into the hand or possessions.
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NOTES:
Alabama Marriages, 1807-1902

Name: Watson McWilliams
Spouse: Anna Whittington
Marriage Date: 26 Dec 1821
County: Jefferson
State: Alabama

Name: James W. McWilliams
Spouse: Nancy Duff
Marriage Date: 31 Aug 1824
County: Jefferson
State: Alabama

Name: James W. McWilliams
Spouse: Judith Hudson
Marriage Date: 19 Sep 1820
County: Jefferson
State: Alabama

Name: John McWilliams
Spouse: Hannah Condry
Marriage Date: 09 May 1821
County: Jefferson
State: Alabama

Name: Andrew Wilson
Spouse: Sally Snow
Marriage Date: 30 Aug 1824
County: Jefferson
State: Alabama

All about the same time of the following Jefferson County Lindsey marriages:
Caleb Lindsey and Violet Alexander 27 Dec 1824
James Lindsey and Rachel Franklin 6 Jan 1821
Jane Lindsey and Matthew Davis 28 Jan 1822
Mary Lindsey and avid Franklin 3 Jan 1821

SO, this probably is "our" Micajah Lindsey. Need to figure out where the McWilliams folks and Andrew Wilson lived, since Micajah was probably not far away.

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From Old Huntsville Land Office Records
1819 Micajah Lindsey cert. for 17S R5W Sec 28
Land was in Blount County at the time, now Jefferson County.

In the 1880s 11/16 of the section was sold under the Homestead Act:
NW 1/4Louisa J Penwell 10 Mar 1886
NW 1/4 SE 1/4 Roland B Eaton 21 Nov 1889
E 1/2 SE 1/4 ""
NE 1/4 SW 1/4 ""
NE 1/4Thomas H Palmer 20 Mar 1884

By this time the land was in Jefferson County.

Does this mean Micajah had the SW 1/4 of the section, or some part thereof? At the time, 160 acres was the smallest parcel one could buy, I think.

Need to recheck Jefferson County deeds, and also check Blount County deeds, to see if and when he sold the land, or passed it on to an heir.
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Micajah C LINDSEY
 
117 From Ancestry.com World Tree:
Haggerton
Entries: 4444 Updated: Sat Aug 25 21:31:52 2001 Contact: Robert Haggerton

* ID: I78959833
* Name: Micajah (Mike) W. LINDSEY
* Given Name: Micajah (Mike) W.
* Surname: Lindsey
* Sex: M
* Birth: 7 Dec 1854
* Death: 15 Jun 1926 in Marion Co., Ala.
* Burial: 1926 Lindsey Ceme., Marion Co., Ala.
Father: Bazzale Lee LINDSEY b: 11 Feb 1805 in S.c.
Mother: UNKNOWN ELIZABETH b: Abt. 1820
Marriage 1 Freedona BIGGERSTAFF b: 5 Apr 1855
Children
1. Molly LINDSEY b: Abt. 1875
2. Annie Lou LINDSEY b: Abt. 1877
3. William (Ed) LINDSEY b: Abt. 1880
4. Rosie LINDSEY b: Abt. 1882
5. Thomas LINDSEY b: Abt. 1884
6. James Benton LINDSEY b: Abt. 1886
7. Florra Josie LINDSEY b: Abt. 1888
8. Judson Morris LINDSEY b: Abt. 1891
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Tishomingo County
School Records 1894

Race: WhiteTownship 6 Range 9

Parents or Guardians/Name of Children /Age/Male or Female

Lindsey, M.W.Lindsey, M.L.16F
Lindsey, A.L.14F
Lindsey, W.E.12M
Lindsey, R.V.9F
Lindsey, T.W.7M
Lindsey, L.B.5M
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1920 Census Tishomingo Co. MS
Dennis Precinct, ED 126, sheet 27A
lines 7,8
? 467 519Lindsey, Micaja W Head O F m w 65 m - - - - y y MS - SC - AL - y Farmer General OA 350
" ? Wife - - f w 64 m - - - - y y AL - AL - AL - y none
" 468 520 Lindsey, Thomas W Head R - m w 33 m - - - - y y MS - MS - AL - y Farmer General OA 351
" Sarah J Wife - - f w 31 m - - - - y y MS - AL - AL - y farm labor Home farm OA
" Flonnie? Dau - - f w 13 s - - - y y y MS - MS - MS - y farm labor Home farm OA
" Ofal? Dau - - f w 7 s - - - y - - MS - MS - MS - - none
" Jane Dau - - f w ? s - - - - - - MS - MS - MS - - none
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from Tishomingo County, Mississippi, History and Families
"M W 'Mike' Lindsey lived south of Joel Cemetery across present Old Highway 25 from the Sidney Pruitt home. In December 1888 he agreed to give land to the Sardis School patrons for a school site."
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Micajah (Mike) W. Lindsey
Birth: Dec. 7, 1854
Death: Jun. 15, 1926
Marion County
Alabama, USA

Married to Freedona Biggerstaff
Son of Bazzel Lee Lindsey and Elizabeth English
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 
Micajah Wilson LINDSEY
 
118 According to Lois Meyer:
Nancy Lindsey Unmarried
B. 1822 Alabama
D. abt 1860 Itawamba Co., Miss.
(Single in 1850 census, Itawamba Co., Miss. Relatives think she died of T.B. She was red-haired.) 
Nancy LINDSEY
 
119 May also be at Joel Cemetery Oscar LINDSEY
 
120 Born in Fayette Co, AL. Farmer in Mississippi, then moved in about 1859 to TX, locating in San Saba Co., on the Colorado River.

Acc. to Charles M Duncan :
O.F. moved to Tx in 1856 and was killed by Indians on the
Colorado River where the State of Texas has erected a
marker.

1850 Census Itawamba Co. MS 7th Dist, p 421a, lines 32-35
Dwelling/Family #594
David F Lindsay22 mFarmer250Ala
Eliza19 fAla
James H3 mMi
Rachael1 fMi

Postmaster in Peasanton, Itawamba Co. MS from 4 Nov 1856 to 15 Feb 1859. (Source: Itawamba Settler, Vol 14, No 2, p 81) 
Owen Franklin LINDSEY
 
121 According to Lois Meyer:

Rachel Jane Lindsey
B. 8/14 1845 Miss.
D. bfr 1915
Married 9/5 1972
(Freestone Co., Texas)
William (Bill) Burlison
B.
D. bfr 1915
(Lived in: Leon & Polk Counties, Texas)

Their children:

1. Micajah Burlison
B. 1873 Tex.
D. 3/15 1940
Married

B.
(Lvg 1947 with Alec Lummer, Call, Texas)
2. Bell Burlison Unmarried.
B. 1879 Texas
D. bfr 1900

(Lindsey Bible in the possession of Mrs. Berta Wren, RR-3, Teague, Texas) 
Rachael Jane LINDSEY
 
122 1850 Census Tishomingo Co. MS, Southern Div, p 105
Reason D Linsey22 mfarmerTenn
Melinda16 fSC
John C Skillman24 m"Tenn

listed right after Caleb and Violet D Linsey and right before John and Laura C Frasier, who have children named Caleb M and Violet C 
Reason D. LINDSEY
 
123 from http://www.voy.com/82363/ Lewis Lindsey Family Genealogy

Rephus was born in Prentiss County, Mississippi on March 7, 1895. He was married to Minnie Trull. They had 7 children.

1. R.B. Jr.
2. Carl
3. Richard
4. Lewis (twin)
5. Living (twin)
6. Living
7. Living

Rephus died in June of 1968 in Corinth Mississippi.
His parents were Jackson Lee Lindsey and Alice Mytle Hopkins.
Rephus was a WW1 registrant. 
Rephus Benton LINDSEY
 
124 7 daughters, one son. Don--dentist in Leesburg, FL Probably married twice

Most of girls live in Humbolt . 
Ruby M. LINDSEY
 
125 Never married, according to a letter from John Micajah Lindsey to Benjamin S Lindsey, dated 24 Jul 1910.


LINDSEY SALLIE 56 YRS. OLD
D-03-08-1933
C.O.D.-SKULL FRACTURE
BRO-IN-LAW-HUGH HORTON
NO CEM. LISTED P.53
 
Sallie Viola LINDSEY
 
126 Died at age 7 or 8 [JLH] Sally LINDSEY
 
127 Church of Christ minister Sebastian Lamar LINDSEY
 
128 Please contact me if you are related to any of the following Campbell marriages in Tishomingo County.
Contact: Ladykdee@aol.com

Pearl L. Campbell & S.C. Lindsey 11/26/1899
wife's father S I Campbell acc. FHL film 9000002 
Sidney C LINDSEY
 
129 1843, Judge of Police Court Taliaferro LINDSEY
 
130 1920 Census Tishomingo Co. MS
Dennis Precinct, ED 126, sheet 27A
lines 7,8
? 467 519Lindsey, Micaja W Head O F m w 65 m - - - - y y MS - SC - AL - y Farmer General OA 350
" ? Wife - - f w 64 m - - - - y y AL - AL - AL - y none
" 468 520 Lindsey, Thomas W Head R - m w 33 m - - - - y y MS - MS - AL - y Farmer General OA 351
" Sarah J Wife - - f w 31 m - - - - y y MS - AL - AL - y farm labor Home farm OA
" Flonnie? Dau - - f w 13 s - - - y y y MS - MS - MS - y farm labor Home farm OA
" Ofal? Dau - - f w 7 s - - - y - - MS - MS - MS - - none
" Jane Dau - - f w ? s - - - - - - MS - MS - MS - - none 
Thomas LINDSEY
 
131 Served in the Confederate Army. Buried in the Lindsey Cemetery on Highway 25 between Dennis and Belmont. From "A Place Called Belmont" by Jerry Martin.

Note discrepancy: if his father didn't marry Elizabeth English until 1848, and in fact was still married to Polly Davis late enough to have a son by her in 1844, how does this fit with an 1843 birthdate for Thomas? Could we have the wrong mother, or was he actually the son of Elizabeth and a possible first husband, or the illegitimate son of Elizabeth and Bazzle? Or was his mother actually Polly Davis?

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Tishomingo County
School Records 1894

Race: WhiteTownship 6 Range 9

Parents or Guardians/Name of Children /Age/Male or Female

Lindsey, T.B.Lindsey, M.I.17F
Lindsey, T.A.6M

(http://www.freedom2000net.com/userpages/genealogy/Tishom/1894sch6.html)
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List of Civil War graves in TIshomingo Co. MS at http://www.freedom2000net.com/userpages/genealogy/Tishom/civilwar12.html
Lindsey, Thomas B. - 1841 1915 5 AL Cav. Joel cemetery
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Name of Soldier or Widow State of Enlistment Company Regiment Age Year of Enlistment Soldier or Widow
Lindsey, T.B. Ala E 5 66 1862 S
[http://www.freedom2000net.com/userpages/genealogy/Tishom/civilwar.html]
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Email from June Lindsey Taylor, dated 12/29/2002:

Hi Margaret,

My name is June Lindsey Taylor. I have been surfing the websites on the Lindsey Family and your site appears quite complete and I am very happy I found it. I hope I can help tie up a few loose ends for you.

Thomas Benton Lindsey, son of Bazzle and Polly was my GGG Grandfather. I have a family bible showing him married to Martha White.
They had a son named Jackson Lee who is my GG Grandfather. His wifes name was not Alice Myrta Jackson however it was Alice Myrta Hopkins.

Jackson Lee and Alice had seven boys and a girl, one of those boys being my grandfather. I noticed on the fourth generation page alot of their names are listed under birth information for Alcorn County Ms.

My grandfather was Rephus Benton Lindsey......born in 1895
His brothers are Clovis, Vernon, Curtis, Grady, Archie and Ollie. The daughter's name was Florence.

Hope this helps you a little...............

June Lindsey,Taylor

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From Lewis Lindsey Family Genealogy website: http://www.voy.com/82363/

Thomas Benton Lindsey was born in Tishomingo County Mississippi on May 20, 1843. A 1900 Census has him listed as a General Merchant. He married Martha Jane White Jan. 29, 1869. They had 5 children.

1. Jackson Lee
2. Mary A.
3. Malinda S.
4. Martha E
5. Thomas O.

Thomas's wife Martha died Jan 19,1900. Thomas remarried after 1900 to Samantha Campbell.

Thomas served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War.

He died May 4, 1915 and is buried in the Lindsey Cemetery, Dennis, Tishomingo Co. MS (Hwy 25)

Thomas' parents were Bazzle Lee Lindsey and Mary "Polly" Davis.

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From: JB WHITFIELD
To: MSTISHOM-L@rootsweb.com
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2004 5:50 PM
Subject: [MSTISHOM-L] Liberty Church of Christ


Here is the article that is in our Tishomingo County History & Families:

Liberty Church of Christ
Sometime late in the 1800's, a group of people met to worship God as best that they knew how. This was the result of two men who had gone to Texas and there heardthe Truth of God and were converted. John Henry Shook and Jack Moody had become members of the body of Christ. John Henry Shook returned first and began to tell others of this new found freedom. Later he was joined in this effort by Jack Moody. In 1889, T. B. Lindsey provided the land for a building to be built. With this new freedom in Christ and the interest in the community, a number of people came together and built the building. The question came up abou the name, seeing that all had helped to put the building up, and all were seeking heaven, the name Liberty was selected to indicate that all could have liberty in Christ. At this time, a man's word was good as his signature and so the deed shows the feelings of the early congregation by providing Liberty in use of the property. This was further indicated by t!
he!
various groups who met there for singings and other occasions. This building had a dirt floor and the windows were left open during services. This was so men could chew tobacco and spit while the preacher spoke. Traveling to worship was not always easy, since most had to either walk or ride in a mule wagon. When they arrived at worhip services, the men and women had to sit on opposite sides of the building. Baptism had to be done in Bear Creek or by damming up someone's branch. Still through all the "inconveniences", the church at Liberty grew and became well know
The original deed was made to Liberty Christian Church but later changed as the church continued to grow in the knowledge of God's word. As they continued to grow, they realized that the church should wear Christ's name instead of the name of His disciples. Thus the name of Liberty Church of Christ.
The charter members were: Mr & Mrs C. M. Burleson, Mr & Mrs J. H. Shook, Mr & Mrs W. W. Shook, Henry Lancaster, J. T. Vaughn, J. C. Johnson. Mr & Mrs. Henry Moore, Mr & Mrs. Jim Carr, T. B. Lindsey and Willis Burcham. The first elders were appointed in 1895. They were C. M. Burleson, J. H. Shook and J. T. Vaughn.
A second building was built in 1946 on the old site. A new building was erected in 1965 and the congregation held services in it for the first time on the first Sunday in August 1965. Today the congregation continues to grow and has approximately 200 members.
Some of the men who have preached at Liberty were:
Richard Rogers, Jimmy Gross, Haskell Sparks, Arnold Shaddock, Ricky Brooks, Jimmy Allen, Paul Spears, Paul Clayton adn Wayne Mitchell. Our current preacher is Tim Spivy.
Liberty has become involved in several Christian works over the years. At one time, they had a children's home that housed several children. They help fund the J. C. Choate Mission Fund, the Waters of Life Program by Haskell Sparks, Sunny Brook Children's Home, Magnolia Bible College, International Bible College, India Radio Program, "Let the Bible Speak" radio program and the Alex Grear Mission Fund. They also have a "Lads to Leaders" program for the youth.

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This is my good deed for today!! Enjoy,
Brenda

Brenda Phifer Whitfield
http://www.rootsweb.com/~mstchgs/
Tishomingo County (MS) Historical & Genealogical Society
"All things are possible with God."
 
Thomas Benton LINDSEY
 
132 1920 Census Justice Precinct 3, Ellis Co. Texas
p155B (printed), Sheet 8B
Enumerated 29 Apr 1910
Dwelling 151, family 152, lines 72-75
Lindsey, Thomas C Head M W 75 M 39 - - Mississippi Alabama Alabama - - English Farmer 0000 Emp - - Y Y - 0 F F 99
Belinda C Wife F W 61 M 39 11 7 Mississippi Tennessee North Carolina - - English None - - - - y y
Carrie Daughter F W 28 S - - - Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi - - English School teacherW n 0 y y
Nellie Daughter F W 22 S - - - Texas Mississippi Mississippi - - English None - - - - y y
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Possibly teaching school in Tishomingo Co. MS at Jones "Shoal House" School. The following was posted by Vicki Roach (Roachbug@tsixroads.com) to the Tishomingo County MS mailing list (MSTISHOM-L) on 05 Oct 1998. Material excerpted from some resource to which she has access, and identified as:

"page 32, January term 1858"

Thomas C. Lindsey teacher
Jones "Shoal house"
Thomas L. Brumley
Sarah Kennedy
Ellen Kennedy
Stoddard? Furgeson
Willibu? Furgerson
Frankling Furgerson
Mary Searcy
Francis Searcy
Tira Jackson
Green Jackson
Mary J. Bryant
Margaret S. Davis
William E. Davis
Jesse Davis
James Davis
Robert Davis
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According to a letter from John Micajah Lindsey to B. S. Lindsey of Baltimore MD, dated 24 Jul 1910, Tom Lindsey "was with an Arkansas regiment. I have forgotten the number, and he was captured twice, was in prison three months the first time and twenty one months the last time and was released after the surrender and got home in June 1865."
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Thomas Lindsey
Regiment Name 8 Arkansas Infantry
Side Confederate
Company G
Soldier's Rank_In Private
Soldier's Rank_Out Private
Alternate Name Thomas/Lindsley
Notes
Film Number M376 roll 14

also
Thomas C. Linsey
Regiment Name 25 Arkansas Infantry
Side Confederate
Company K
Soldier's Rank_In Private
Soldier's Rank_Out Corporal
Alternate Name Notes
Film Number M376 roll 14

or
Thomas Lindsay
Regiment Name Key's Battery, Arkansas Light Artillery
Side Confederate Company
Soldier's Rank_In Private
Soldier's Rank_Out Private
Alternate Name Notes
Film Number M376 roll 14
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Subject: Thomas C. Lindsey/Linsey
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 21:33:52 -0500
From: "Tom Neely"
To:

One source shows the following:

Linsey, Thomas C. AR 25th Inf. Co.K Cpl. (The "d" is not included in the
name--that may be why the record has been hard to find. No other Thomas C.
or T.C. Lindsey or Linsey found, so this may well be him.

B. L. Lindsey is listed as a Sgt in Co. A, 26th Ms. Inf.

No luck on James in the 43rd.

You can request copies of the service record of the Mississippi soldier from
the Mississippi Dept of Archives and History. On the Arkansas soldier you
can get the record from the National Archives (s-l-o-w) or Broadfoot
Publishing--quick. NARA costs about $17.50, Broadfoot $35.00, MDAH $15.00,
plus a small copying charge.

Good luck with your research, and if I can help further just holler.

Tom Neely
Vernon, Tx
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25th Arkansas Infantry Regiment

The 25th Arkansas Infantry was organized in August, 1861 as the 30th Arkansas by the election of Colonel Charles J. Turnbull, of Little Rock, Lt. Col. Henry Remington (who resigned and was replaced by Lt. Col. Eli Hufstedler), and Major James J. Franklin. The company commanders were Co. A, of Pocahontas, Cpt Eli Hufstedler; Co. B, of Saline County, Cpt. James W. Adams; Co. C, of Jacksonport and Hickory Plain, Cpt. John Thomas; Co. D, of Pocahontas, Cpt S.T.Black, killed at Murfreesboro; Co. F, of Little Rock, Cpt. J.J. Franklin, elected major at the regimental organization and subsequently lieutenant colonel, succeeded by Cpt. L.L. Noles, promoted major, 1LT John O'Brien then becoming captain; Co. G, of Pocahontas, Cpt. Stephen Smith; Co. H, Cpt. W.A. Cotter; Co. I, of Jacksonport, Cpt J.G. Adams; Co. K, of St. Charles, Cpt. John A. Wakefield. Major Franklin was wounded at Murfreesboro, and Captain Noles, of Company E became major. He was killed at Kennesaw Mountain, and was succeeded by Captain Cotter, of Company H. Captain S.T. Black, of Company D, was killed at Murfreesboro. After the battle of Murfreesboro, the regiment was renamed as the 25th Arkansas Infantry.

Initially assigned to Van Dorn's Army of the West camped around Van Buren, the 30th/25th Arkansas moved to Corinth, MS with that army in April and May of 1862. At that point it was reassigned to McNair's Brigade, McCown's Division, serving in the battles of Richmond, KY, Perryville, Murfreesboro, Jackson, MS, Chickamauga, Chattanooga, Dug Gap, Resaca, New Hope Church, Kennesaw Mountain, Moore's Hill, Peachtree Creek, Atlanta and the siege thereof, Jonesboro, Lovejoy's Station, Moon's Station, Spring Hill, Franklin, Nashville, Sugar Creek, the Carolinas campaign, Avarasboro, and Bentonville, NC.

Also Known As: 30th (Turnbull's) Arkansas Infantry Regiment (until January, 1863)
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Thomas C. LINDSEY
 
133 Worked at Mission Control at Houston, TX for the APOLLO XIII mission. Turnage Robert LINDSEY
 
134 1920 census lists him as a Traveling Salesman

His family were Campbellites, a group that later became the Church of Christ. He, however, didn't go to church.

He sold, at various times, farm machinery, home appliances and cars. During the Depression he was a Justice of the Peace, and performed marriages on the side porch; was a Deputy Sheriff. He owned a pool hall for a while, which embarassed his wife. After her death he owned, and lived in, an apartment building.

Stories Dad tells:

Walter would take the boys to play baseball on Sundays, which his wife thought terrible. She disapproved of such things on the Sabbath.

Once, when his wife was helping a sick relative in MS, Walter harvested her peaches and used them to make peach brandy. When she returned, she poured it all out!

On a dare, he rode a mule into a store in Monroeville AL.

When selling electrical appliances, he installed a "Delco system" - ranks of batteries - in the house, since the power lines didn't go that far out of town.

P F Collier and Son, NY was a publishing house: Collier's Magazine, Harvard Classics, Collier's Encyclopedia. He worked for them in Mobile, according to city directory for 1910.

Question: Was George Harness & Vehicle Co. the farm implements firm whose equipment he sold? He is listed in a Mobile city directory as working for them in 1915.

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WW I Draft Registration form:
Walter Meeks Lindsey (indexed on Ancestry.com as Walter Micks Lindsey)
Hotel Matheson, Monroeville, Monroe Co. Ala.
Age 35, Date of birth Aug 31st 1883
White, native born citizen
Occupation: Salesman, George Harness & Vehicle Co.
Place of Employment: S.W. Cor. Dauphin & Water Streets, Mobile, Ala
Nearest Relative: Mrs. W. M. Lindsey, Hotel Matheson, Monroeville, Monroe Co. Ala
Description: Medium height, stout build, Gray eyes, Black hair, turning gray
Registered in Mobile Co. Ala 12 Sep 1818
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1920 US Federal Census - Monroe Co. AL, Roll T625_33
Monroeville town, Enumeration District 139, Sheet #4B
Enumeration Date 10 Jan 1920

Lines 71-74
Street & number not given
Dwelling & Family # 71
Lindsey, Walter M, Head, home rented, Male, White, Age 36, Married, Able to read & write, Born MS, Father born NC, Mother born AL, Able to speak English, Traveling Salesman.
Lindsey, Clifton E, Wife, Female, White, Age 30, Married, Able to read & write, Born MS, both parents born MS, Able to speak English
Lindsey, Walter M Jr, Son, Male, White, Age 4, Single, Born AL, Both parents born MS
Lindsey, Shelby C, Son, Male, White, Age w, Single, Born AL, Both parents born MS
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1930 Census, Monroe Co. AL, Monroeville, Precinct 3; Supervisor's District 9
Enumerated 10 April 1930
p4B ; lines 82-87 (Ancestry image 8/31)
Monroeville-Frisco City Hwy Dwelling 85, Family 85
Lindsey, Walter Head O $2500 R N M W 46 M 26 N Y MS AL AL - ... Y Commercial Traveler Frigidaires 4228 W Y - N - -
Clifton Wife - - - " F W 40 M 20 N Y MS MS AL - ... Y none
Walter Son - - - " M W 14 S - Y Y AL MS MS - ... Y none
Clifton Son - - - " M W 12 S - Y Y AL MS MS - ... Y none
James Son - - - " M W 8 S - Y Y AL MS MS - ... - none
Turnage Son - - - " M W 1 S - N - AL MS MS - ... - none
Notes: (1) 1st "N" means they did not live on a farm
(2) "R" means they had a radio
(3) number after marital status is age at first marriage
(4) last "N" means not a veteran of US military or navy
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WWI Draft Registrations:
Lindsey, Walter M.
Birth Date: 25 Sep 1899 Ethnicity: W
Birth Place: City/County: Tippah
State: MS
Too young to be our Walter Meeks Lindsey
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Walter Meeks LINDSEY
 
135 SSI Death Index:
WALTER M LINDSEY
SSN 417-12-4862 Residence: 36527 Spanish Fort, Baldwin, AL
Born 17 Nov 1915 Last Benefit:
Died 25 Feb 2001 Issued: AL (Before 1951)  
Walter Meeks LINDSEY
 
136 Tippah Co. MS 1870 census:
Wm. C. Lindsay 25 M Cabinet Workman 300/200 TN.
Martha 35 F Keeps Hse. SC.
Wm. T. 15 M AL.
Noble 8 M AL.
Jno. R. 2/12 M MS.
 
William C. LINDSEY
 
137 From : "A Place Called Belmont" by Jerry Martin. Printed by the Itawamba County Times, c. 1978.

Entered land in 1836 in Old Tishomingo County, MS. Was a loyal member of New Providence Primitive Baptist Church. In 1853 he established a ferry across Big Bear Creek on the Road from Frankfort, AL to Carrollville, MS. The ferry was named the Pittsburgh Ferry.

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On Itawamba Co. taxpayers list for 1836.

1840 Federal Census Tishomingo Co. MS:
p220 family199 Lindsay Wm. C. White Males:0 0 0 0 1[20-30] 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 White Females: 1[under 5] 0 0 0 1[16-20] 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Free Male Colored:0 0 0 0 0 0 Free Female Colored: 0 0 0 0 0 0 Males Slaves: 0 0 0 0 0 0 Female Slaves: 1 1 0 0 0 0 5[total] 0 1[employed in agriculture] 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

1850 Census Tishomingo Co. MS, Southern Div, p 159b (Ancestry.com image 323)
Dwelling & Family #962 (next door to Bassel Linsey)
William C Linsey 34 mFarmer1800Ala
Martha34 fMiss
Mary E13 fMiss

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Probable references in BLM GLO Land Patent Records:

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C 04/09/1842 MS2970__.457
172.68 acres: SE Sect 12/ Twp 6-S Range 10-E TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C 04/09/1842 MS2980__.022
320 acres: W Sect 19/ Twp 6-S Range 11-E TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C 04/09/1842 MS2980__.225
160.15 acres: NE Sect 32/ Twp 7-S Range 10-E ITAWAMBA Co. MS

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C 08/14/1844 MS3050__.230
159.88 acres: SW Sect. 22/ Twp 6-S Range 10-E TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C 01/13/1845 MS3110__.134
159.98 acres: SW Sect. 6/ Twp 6-S Range 10-E TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C 03/01/1853 MS3190__.266
159.42acres: NE Sect 27/ Twp 6-S Range 10-E TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C 05/06/1839 MS2880__.027
166.95 acres: NE Sect 24/ Twp 6-S Range 10-E TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C & ELIJAH BULLIN 10/06/1840 MS2910__.046
160 acres: NW Sct 18/ Twp 9-S Range 11-E ITAWAMBA Co. MS

Also, possibly the William C Lindsey who bought land in Fayette Co. AL in 1854:
12/19/1854William C Lindsey of Jefferson Co. AL S28 T15 R1E

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Itawamba Co. MS Marriages Groom/Bride/Date/By Whom
Marriage Book 1:
2 Robert R. Harrison Margaret Patton 24 Jul 1837 William Lindsey
12 Andrew Parker Manerva Pierce 8 Jan 1838 Wm. C. Lindsay
13 Meredith Brazzle Martha E. May 13 Jan 1838 Wm.C. Lindsay
14 Thomas Bullen Mary Kennaday 1 Mar 1838 Wm. C. Lindsey
15 Benjamin Biford Nancy Cromeans 8 Mar 1838 Wm. C. Lindsey
16 William Abel Mary Ann Reese 15 Mar 1838 Wm. C. Lindsey
103 Elijah Bullen Elizabeth Burngardner 29 Jan 1839 Wm. Lindsey
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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 
William Carroll LINDSEY
 
138 May also be Joel Cemetery William Holland LINDSEY
 
139 Probably the William H Lindsey who was the first mayor of Dennis, Tishomingo Co. William Holland LINDSEY
 
140 There is some question as to whether Richard McClurkin or James McClurkin was Elizabeth's father and the husband of Jane Dunwoody. Elizabeth MCCLURKIN
 
141 Lived in Corinth Ms. Workewd for the Post Office. Was married but had no children. Like to fly planes as a hobby. Merlyn MILLER
 
142 Lived in Corinth. Worked for the Post Office. Paul T. MILLER
 
143 Found in Itawamba settlers, Volume 5, Number 2, June 1987, p. 103

"Itawamba Probate PAcket #359 Estate of Samuel Miller
Samuel Miller departed this life on or about 11 December 1873. R. A. Miller (his son) is the administrator. Non-resident heirs are J. W. Miller, P. L. Miller, Elvira & Thomas Cockran, Emily Lindsey and Micajah Lindsey, and J. M. Miller.

1860 Itawamba Census1850 Itawamba Census Paage 410
Ryans Well P.O. Family #1842Family #453
Samuel Miller 75 TNMicajah Lindsay 25 AL
Jane 75 VATalita [sic] 26 AL
Doxie Ann 6 MSRachael 5 MS
Nancy 1 MS
1850 Itawamba Census
Page 410 Family #455Family #453
Robt. Millner 26 SCSam. Millner 53 TN
Eliza 25 ALJane 56 AL
Wm. T. 7 MSHamilton 24 AL
Martha 4 MSJames 23 AL
Sam. 3 MSSarah 19 AL
Lerah_? 6/12 MSBalinda 16 AL

I believe these Millner & Miller families are the same." 
Seleta Emily MILLER
 
144 From McPeters Funeral Home records:
MILLER,WILLIAM ALFRED
5-18-1881-PRENTISS CO.,MS 8-31-1965-CORINTH,MS
CEREBRAL HEMMORAGE S.S.# 425-26-8457
WIFE-ETHEL MAUDE LINDSEY-AGE 79
CHILDREN-MERLYN AND PAUL T.MILLER
FATHER-WILLIAM AARON MILLER-MS
MOTHER-NANCY VOYLES-MS
HENRY MEMORIAL GARDEN CEM. P.140

1910 Census Corinth, First District, Alcorn County, MS
Page , lines 9-10, 1020, 112, 119 (same dwelling as a McKrosky family)
Miller, Will Head M W 25 M 2 - - MS MS MS - - English Cutter Pants factory W N o y y - R ? H 16 4 2 2
Ethel Wife F W 23 M 2 0 0 TN TN TN - - English Seamstress Pants factory - - - y y - - - - 9 2 2 2

If this is Ethel Lindsey, why does she say she and her parents were born in Tennessee??? 
William Alfred MILLER
 
145 Killed in the Civil War according to Newell's History of Fayette Co., AL

Wounded and died at South Mountain, MD.
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13. Mary Ann D. KIRKLAND (2.Archibald2, 1.John1) b. 1816, Sequantchie Valley, Marion County, TN,32 m. 12-Sep-1833, in Sipsey, Fayette County, AL, William Owens MOORE , b. 11-May-1816, TN,32 (son of William MOORE and Elizabeth PATTERSON) Church: Methodist, Occupation Preacher, Teacher, Farmer, d. 1890 abt, Buried: Paradise, Wise County, TX. Mary died after 1878 but before 1880, Wise County, TX, Buried: Garvin, Wise County, TX. Mary Ann and Wm. Owens lived east of Sipsey and about 2 mi. from Fayette until about 1860 when they bought land in the western part of Fayette County, AL. In 1878/79 they moved to Wise County, TX. They reared the 8 orphan children of Carson Hunter Moore, a brother of Wm. who was killed in Sept., 1863, near South Mt., MD, prior to the battle of Antietam.

William: At the age of 47 Wm. O. Moore enlisted with County B, 7th Regt., AL Cavalry on June 20, 1863, Greene County, AL. He was paroled May 17, 1865, at the office of Provost Marshall, Hd. Quarters 16th Army Corps. County I--same regt. Wm. Owens Moore reared 21 children including 7 orphan children of his brother Carson Moore, his 11 children plus 3(?) others. Two of Carson's children--a niece Hunter Moore and a nephew-William Moore moved with Wm. Owen Moore's wagon train to TX in 1878.

NOTE: If this is correct about Carson's children, then where is Hunter Moore (f) in John Palmer's list of children? Check Texas censuses for William Owens Moore in 1880. 
Carson Hunter MOORE
 
146 Note: found on 1850 census in Ga. John Turner Oxford
 
147 While in University, tutored footbal players in math.

She and Dad met in the spring of Mom's senior year in high school, when the Baptist Student Union at the Univesity sponsored a social event for h.s. students who would be entering the University in the fall. Mom and Dad were introduced by Dad's roommate and Mom's friend, who were dating. They (Mom and Dad) were paired for a scavenger hunt. Both have always considered that they came home with first prize: each other!

They dated through Dad's senior and Mom's freshman year at the University, then Dad went on active duty with the Army, attending the Engineer Officers' Basic Course at Ft. Belvoir, VA. They were married after her sophmore year, and moved to Virginia.

While Dad was in Iceland, during WWII, Mom moved back to Tuscaloosa and worked as a secretary in the History Dept. at the University.

Mom was always outgoing and social. She was a success as an Army wife, entertaining Dad's fellow officers and their wives, acting as President of the Officers Wives' Club in Hoechst, Germany, etc. After Dad's retirement from the Army in 1961, she became active in the Women's Missionary Union at Calvary Baptist Church in Tuscaloosa, serving as President of that organization, teaching SS, serving as department head for the 5th Grade SS, etc. When she learned that many of her neighbors in Mayfair didn't know each other (she had met most of them while walking around the block for exercise) she had a tea to introduce them!

Through back problems (which started with a fall in 1944 or '45), arthritis, fibromyalgia, diverticulitis, etc., Mom remained active. In her 60s, after back surgery, she began working out in a gym, and kept that up until a series of small strokes interfered with her mobility to the point that she could no longer do so.

After Dad's death, Mom moved into a retirement home, where she enjoyed making friends and socializing with other residents. Although she was not as mobile as she would have liked, she was able to get to meals, the beauty shop, etc., using a walker.

On Friday, 16 August 2002, she suffered a stroke which resulted in a brain hemorhage. She lingered for a week without gaining consciousness, and died 23 August 2002. Judy was with her when she had the stroke, I got there the next day and Janet the one after that. All of us, and Richard, were with her off and on in the hostpital.

Don Smith, Chris Smith, Eric Howington, Tony Ward, John McClellan and Patrick MacGran were the pallbearers.

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Lois Patterson Lindsey

TUSCALOOSA

August 25, 2002

TUSCALOOSA | Lois Patterson Lindsey, 81, of Tuscaloosa, died Friday, August 23, at Druid City Hospital. Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, August 26, at Calvary Baptist Church Chapel, on 10th Street in Tuscaloosa. Dr. Bruce Chesser and Reverend Joseph Robinson will officiate. Burial will follow in Tuscaloosa Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will receive friends between 3 and 6 p.m. on Sunday at Heritage Chapel Funeral Home. The body will lie in state in the Calvary Chapel for one hour prior to the service. Heritage Chapel Funeral Home is directing.

Mrs. Lindsey was born in Tuscaloosa to Rev. and Mrs. W.E. Patterson. She moved back to Tuscaloosa in 1961 when her husband, Col. Clifton Shelby Lindsey, retired from the United States Army and became a professor in the School of Engineering at the University of Alabama. A long-time member of Calvary Baptist Church, she was active as a Sunday School teacher, WMU President, and as a volunteer wherever she was needed.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband and a brother, Dr. William E. Patterson, and is survived by her sister Anne MacGran (Miles), her brother, Robert A. Patterson (Frances), her children, Margaret Smith (Foss), Judy Howington (Mike), Richard Lindsey (Paula) and Janet Snowhill (Grant), eleven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. 
Lois PATTERSON
 
148 Mary Francis Stidham Lindsey
Birth: Nov. 26, 1859
Alabama, USA
Death: Jun. 4, 1911
Alabama, USA

Married William Carroll Lindsey
Daughter of Winston Dilmus "Wint" Stidham and Minta Elizabeth Ann Green
Children: Melinda Elizabeth, Sarah Isabelle and Mary Lee

Burial:
Lindsey Cemetery
Marion County
Alabama, USA

Record added: Jul 14 2002
By: Roger & Mary Anne Reynolds 
Mary Frances STIDHAM
 
149 From McPeters Funeral Home records:

MINNIE LINDSEY 33 YEARS OLD D.O.D.11-24-1928
PREMONIA
FATHER-BILL WALKER,GA.
MOTHER-MS.ANNA HALL,MS.
DILWORTH CEM. PAGE 208

Possible, but not if her last name was actually Trull.
 
Minnie TRULL
 
150 Emma Turnage died in Shreveport, LA at Gowan Hospital (Mom says "Oschner Hospital"). She had TB and had gone there for treatment. Her obituary was in the Oct 18, 1945 Monroe Journal on the front page. She had developed TB early in her marrriage, and since they couldn't afford to move to Arizona, as her doctor recommended, she spent most of one summer outdoors - even sleeping outside.

Various one of her nieces would often come to spend 1-3 months with the family.

Emma Clifton Turnage was called "Cliffie" and was also called "Aunt Bill," by some of her nieces & nephews. Dad didn't know why.

She was very active in the Baptist church.
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Another researcher whose mother died of TB in a Shreveport sanitarium, called Pines, found out that the state destroyed all records of that
hospital in 1980. It is possible that this also applies to Gowan/Oschner.
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Louisiana Statewide Death Indices 1945-1949

Name: Mrs W M Lindsey
Parish: Caddo
Sex: F
Race: White or Mexican
Age: 56 Years
Death Date: 10 Oct 1945
Volume: 21
Certificate: 2160g
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From the 18 October 1945 edition of the Monroe Journal:

Death Claims Mrs. Lindsey Wednesday
Mrs. W. M. Lindsey passed away late last Wednesday night in the Gowan Hospital in Shreveport, La., where she had gone for treatment about six months ago.
A native of Saltillo, Miss., she had been a resident of Monroeville for 27 years and had a wide circle of friends who were grieved to learn of her passing.
Her remains were shipped to Monroeville Friday afternoon and funeral services were held at the Lindsey home Saturday afternoon at three o'clock. Her pastor, Rev. J. W. Springer, conducted the services. She was laid to rest in the Baptist cemetery.
Besides her husband, she is survived by four sons, Capt. Walter Lindsey of Birmingham; Major Clifton Lindsey, of Belvoir, Va; Pfc. James Lindsey, of Wichita Falls, Texas and Bobby Lindsey, of Monroeville; two sisters, Mrs. Nona Waldrip of Tupelo, Miss. and Mrs. D. J. Cole of Saltillo, Miss. and a number of nieces and nephews.
Active pallbearers were R. L. Jones, H. C. Pittman, J. L. Betts, L. D. Morris, H. L. Lazenby and G. C. Stinson.
Honorary: C. L. Hybart, Judge M. M. Fountain, Judge F. W. Hare, B. H. Stallworth, L. L. Dees, E. E. Nicholas, R. H. Faulk, M. R. Sowell, J C Hybart, J. S. Wiggins, A. V. Culpepper, W. S. Nash, C. A. Sizemore and J. F. Dusenberry, Jr.

There was also a tribute from the Eastern Star chapter to which she had belonged. 
Emma Clifton TURNAGE
 

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