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Rusty Thomas Mon Sep 16 13:23:07 1996
My great,great-grandfather Rubin C. Long was born in TX 27 May 1827, and died 22 Dec 1892 in Titus Co. He is buried in Long Cemetery near Farmer's Academy. His wife was Martha ??. Am looking for info. on this family and their origins. I am descended from his son William Joseph "Bud" Long (1858-1935) who lived and died in Titus Co.

Rusty Thomas Mon Sep 16 13:33:17 1996
Am searching for info on family of William J. Tinker (born ca. 1840 in Arkansas). He is in 1870 Titus Co. Census with wife Emily E. (born ca. 1851 in IL) and one son John A(nderson) (born 22 Sep 1867, died 31 Jul 1936) Titus Co. John had several wives, one of whom was Sarah Elizabeth Crowder.

Bobby J. Wadsworth Sat Sep 28 23:43:22 1996
BROOKS, NEVILL, PORTER, WALKER, RIGGS -- Seeking information on family of Zachariah BROOKS (c1810-1888), who settled in Titus County in 1845. Four of his six children were married in Titus County in the 1850s-1860s: James Alexander BROOKS (1834-1877) md. Mary Elizabeth NEVILL; Jesse Van Buren BROOKS (1837-1915) md. Nancy Jane PORTER; George Washington BROOKS (1840-1912) md. Martha Parlee NEVILL; and Martha Jane BROOKS (1844-1868) md/1 Lewis C. WALKER, md/2 David C. RIGGS. I wish to compare notes and exchange info with anyone researching these lines.

Bobby J. Wadsworth Sun Sep 29 00:02:55 1996
PORTER, BOREN, WALKER, BROOKS, CLAMPETT -- Benjamin T. PORTER (c1817- 1856) settled in Red River (now Titus) County in the fall of 1842. He md/1 Rebecca BOREN (c1818-1854) and had issue: William R. (1838), Reese B. (1839), Charles T. (1841), George W. (1842), Nancy Jane (1844- 1912), Benjamin F. (1845-1918), Frances R. (1846) and James W. PORTER (1850). He md/2 Margaret S. WALKER (1831-1896) and had issue: Samuel PORTER (1856-1923). Nancy Jane PORTER md. Jesse Van Buren BROOKS, 1857 in Titus County. Samuel PORTER md. Ella CLAMPETT, 1901 in Titus County. Some of the other children may have married in Titus County, but I have no record of such. Do you? I wish to compare notes with anyone researching these lines. Thanks!

Rod Pennington Fri Oct 4 06:08:30 1996
Seeking info on Levastus McKinney LEE (aka Bass LEE, Vas LEE, L. M. LEE). Born in Johnston Co., NC 1843. To McNairy Co., TN with parents ca1844, to Franklin Co., AR ca 1857. Served in Union Army, 1 ARK CAV. Later, came to TX. In Red River Co.-1900 census, Fannin Co.-1910 census. Children include Alice, Calvin, Nora, Bettie, Elizabeth, McKinnon L., Mandy, Francis M., Lowery, and Martha. Nephews William T. LEE, Monroe LEE, and Charlie C. LEE were also in northeast TX at one time or another (Mt. Vernon, Mt. Pleasant, Winnsboro areas).

Tammy Rose Sun Oct 6 14:06:18 1996
I am looking for information on Thomas David Phillips and Sallie A. Keen. He was a circuit preacher. They had the following boys: Will, Ed, and Lee Thomas. Lee is my great- grandfather he had a twin sister named Martha she died in a tornado. Ed developed Scarlet Fever and was Brain damaged, Will took care of him. From What my great-grandfather said. Also when Will was younger he was wild. Any information would be thankful

Elaine Roosz Mon Oct 14 22:50:32 1996
DANIELS, RICE Would appreciate any information regarding Spencer P. Daniels and/or Celia Ann Rice. Spencer P. Daniels (born abt. 1824 AL) married 1845 in Fayette County, TN., Celia Ann Rice (born about 1831 in TN). Celia's mother's name was Rebecca. Celia and Spencer's children: Orrin D. b. about 1848 TN, A.M. b. about 1849 TN,Samuel Leonidus b. 11 oct. 185 4 TX, K.E. Daniels b. abt. 1857 TX, Mary E. Daniels b. abt. 1859 TX, Aaron S. Daniels b. 1862 Tx, and George born about 1864 TX. Need information on the Daniels family and Rice family. Family resided in Titus County from early 1850s.

Pollyana King Brown Wed Oct 30 07:43:10 1996
The Cypress Blues, Titus County, 8th Brigade, Texas State Troops was commissioned October 21 1861 and commanded by Captain William L. CROSBY. My great-grandfather, Calvin KING, enlisted on June 29, 1861 at Cypress church (rank: private). Did this unit see action in the Civil War? If so, where?

Pollyana King Brown Wed Oct 30 07:49:42 1996
The Cypress Blues, Titus County, 8th Brigade, Texas State Troops was commissioned October 21, 1861. The commanding officer was Captain William L. CROSBY. My great-grandfather, Calvin KING, enlisted on June 29, 1861, at Cypress Church. Did this unit see action during the Civil War? If so, where? I submitted this previously but made a typographical error in my e-mail address.

Michael W. Brown Sun Nov 10 10:59:01 1996
I am researching the DAFFRON family name in Titus and Bowie County's in Texas. I need to prove that Marshall Daffron's son John, was the one who married Josephine TEANOR. John died shortly after the Civil War, and Josephine took the children to Fort Smith, Arkansas.

Jim Tucker Tue Nov 12 20:03:50 1996
Researching BRUMLEY. Willis BRUMLEY, Sr.lived in Marion County, Tennessee for a time. He moved to Hardin County, Tennessee, married and had several children there. Willis then migrated to Texas. He settled in the Stout's Creek neighborhood of Hopkins County, Texas. He bought a 245 acre farm on 3 Jan 1848. Willis built a log home for his family to live in. On 8 Oct 1854, Willis sold this farm and moved to Wood County, Texas. Willis and Sarah had at least five children, others may be in Titus, Upshur, Wood, and Franklin Counties of Texas. Willis is thought to be buried in Wood County, Texas. Willis's wife was Sarah. When Sarah died, in 1857, in Wood County, Texas, her body was transported to Mt. Vernon, Texas, by a wagon and a team of oxen. The wagon spent the night at her son's home (James Barton Brumley) in the Stout's Creek neighborhood in Hopkins County, Texas. Their known children were: James Barton BRUMLEY (1822 - 1879), Malinda Jane BRUMLEY (Abt 1825 - Bef 1945), Berry BRUMLEY (Abt 1830 - Bef 1950), Nelson BRUMLEY (Abt 1834 - Bef 1954), and Willis BRUMLEY, Jr. (Abt 1837 - Bef 1957). Would like to correspond with anyone interested in this family. E-mail me directly. Thanks.

Jim Tucker Tue Nov 12 20:25:53 1996
Researching BRUMLEY. Willis BRUMLEY, Sr. (Abt 1789 - 1861) and wife Sarah (abt 1795-1857). Willis and Sarah had at least five children, others may be in Titus, Upshur, Wood, and Franklin Counties of Texas. The known children were: James Barton BRUMLEY (1822-1879), Malinda Jane BRUMLEY (Abt 1825-Bef 1945), Berry BRUMLEY (Abt 1830-Bef 1950), Nelson BRUMLEY (Abt 1834-Bef 1954), and Willis BRUMLEY, Jr. (Abt 1837-Bef 1957). In 1854, Willis sold his farm in Hopkins County, Texas, and moved to Wood County, Texas. Willis is thought to be buried in Wood County, Texas. When Sarah died in Wood County, Texas, her body was transported to Mt. Vernon, Texas, by a wagon and a team of oxen. The wagon spent the night at her son's home (James Barton Brumley) in the Stout's Creek neighborhood in Hopkins County, Texas. Would like to correspond with anyone researching this BRUMLEY line. E-mail me directly. Thanks.

Cheryl Taylor Tue Nov 12 13:07:12 1996
Pleasant Franklin RIPLEY was born in Titus County in April of 1883, he was the son of Samuel & Mary Ripley. By 1900 I find them living in Arkansas and Mary is married to George NASH. What happened to Sam RIPLEY? other children were Stonewall, & Catherine Ripley. Mary maiden name - GIBBS, she had a previous marriage to William BISE. NEED ANY INFO PLEASE! Also in 1900 they had 3 children with the last name of JOHNSON living with them. Listed as nieces and nephews.

Thomas J McBryde Wed Nov 20 17:16:06 1996
My Daniel Smith CORNELIUS came to Red River Co in 1817 and established a family line that lived in many East Texas Cos. Titus Co. was one of these counties that many of them lives. My wife's father died in Talco in the 1980s. Would like to exchange CORNELIUS data with anyone researching East Texas CORNELIUS Tom

Jim Collett Sat Dec 7 18:09:13 1996
Trying to link Texas COLLETT families togather. Any information on COLLETT will be appreciated. Thank You.

Brad Scott Tue Dec 10 06:04:03 1996
Searching for J.K. NAREMORE (also NARRAMORE), b. c. 1845 Hall County Georgia, moved to TX c. 1853, and to Titus c. 1863. m. Anna (surname unknown) 1904. and d. 1918. bur Gray Rock cemetery, Franklin county.

Brad Scott Tue Dec 10 06:04:42 1996
Searching for J.K. NAREMORE (also NARRAMORE), b. c. 1845 Hall County Georgia, moved to TX c. 1853, and to Titus c. 1863. m. Anna (surname unknown) 1904. and d. 1918. bur Gray Rock cemetery, Franklin county.

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