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4851 This family is listed just before that of Aaron Broyles. There is one male and one female between fifty and sixty (Grief-55) and (Jemima-51). Also listed were a female between twenty and thirty, a male between twenty and thirty, a male between fifteen and twenty, a male between ten and fifteen, and two males between five and ten. One of these was probably Ozey R. Horton and the other, C.E. Horton. HORTON, Charles Elijah (I3688)
 
4852 This is a document taken from a leather bound notebook in which James Marion Pickell, grandson of William Pickel and Elizabeth Wilson compiled information he gathered from information provided by his parents and other family members. Source (S453)
 
4853 This is a guess based on the fact that in 1910, Houston had another wife with whom he had been married for four years. UNKNOWN, Emma R. (I5052)
 
4854 This is actually the day the bond was posted. Family F3422
 
4855 This is an assumption since she was not listed with the family in the 1870 Census. UNKNOWN, Lydia A (I5047)
 
4856 This is an estimate based on the 1910 Census which shows Eli Terry married to a new wife whom he married about 1904. INGRAM, Pinine (I6094)
 
4857 This is an estimate given that her last child, McGruder Manning, was born in 1862. ELLIS, Elizabeth (I10201)
 
4858 This is based solely upon the 1860 census and may not be accurate. WILSON, Hugh (I8084)
 
4859 This is conjecture based on the fact that no wife was mentioned in Adam Broyles' will that was written 9 April 1782. WILHOIT, Mary (I3550)
 
4860 This is conjecture based on the little information given in the 1840 Census. PHILLIPS, Wiley Gabriel (I8949)
 
4861 This is his name as recorded on his wife's Find-a-Grave memorial SUGG, Theophilus William (I9216)
 
4862 This is not a strong proof, but there could not have been that many Richard Mannings in Gates County, North Carolina marrying in 1851. Family F2950
 
4863 This is simply a guess based on the existence of a female, S. O. Clopton, who was born in Louisiana about 1856. Perhaps her mother died as a result of complications due to this child's birth. MCLIN, Mary Elizabeth (I5028)
 
4864 This is simply an estimate -- yet to be confirmed. MOORE, John Washington (I11242)
 
4865 This is simply based on supposition. Carry Holland, the daughter of Thomas and Laura Holland was living with her grandparent in 1880 suggesting that something happened to her parents before that time. CALAHAN, Laura Caroline (I895)
 
4866 This is the birthdate on both his draft registration, 1900 Census and on his grave stone. COLLEY, Paul Sims (I8488)
 
4867 This is the birthplace found on his death certificate. SWEENEY, Dr. James Shirley (I11384)
 
4868 This is the lady who wrote The Broyles, Lafitte and Boyd Relatives and Ancestors of Montague Laffitte Boyd.
 
BOYD, Lucy Titania (I3450)
 
4869 This is the son (and only child) born to Benjamin Richardson and his first wife, Mary Evans, of Newberry SC.

Robert was born 1823 and his mother either died in childbirth or shortly thereafter. She (and her brother Isaac) are buried in the McCarson Cemetery in Henderson Co. NC. Robert would have inherited great wealth when he reached majority. He was awarded his mother's share of her father's estate and that of an unmarried uncle while still an infant with Ben Richardson, his father, as guardian.

Dana Meara 
RICHARDSON, Robert Evans (I1347)
 
4870 This man enlisted under Capt. John F. Doan in Tishimingo County, Mississippi, February 1, 1863. The company was assigned to duty as 2nd "D" of Roddey's 4th Alabama Cavalry Regiment. A year later officers and men transferred to Company B of Williams' Alabama Cavalry Battalion, which later became Company B, Burtwell's 11th Alabama Cavalry Regiment. Harp's records are filed with the 11th Alabama Cavalry. HARP, James D. (I5479)
 
4871 This may be the right family. After all, how many Ben and Elvira Broyles would have been living in Anderson County, Texas at the time. However, his age was off by a couple of years and his name was listed as Ben B. Broyles. Family F1151
 
4872 This might not be the correct person; however, in his mother's Social Security death record, it showed the last place she collected social security benefits was Albuquerque, which suggests that she lived there toward the time of her death in 1977. BROWN, Hoyt P. (I4279)
 
4873 This MIGHT or MIGHT NOT be correct. There is an Arvil J. Payne listed whose birth was 9 Jul 1907 and whose death, 16 Nov 1994. PAYNE, Amuel J. (I7357)
 
4874 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WATKINS, Jessie B (I6027)
 
4875 This probably was her maiden name since there was a Madison Richardson who was listed as a brother-in-law to James Parmer in the 1880 Census. RICHARDSON, Valeria Tamplet (I4952)
 
4876 This record gives his birth as Jun 19 1911. This was his second marriage and her fourth. Family F3551
 
4877 This record is inserted to recognize that in 1900 James Carroll Ballard was listed as a widower in the census, and now, 1910, he is said to be in his second marriage. UNKNOWN, Unknown (I2680)
 
4878 This record says his birthdate was 23 Aug. 1925. His SSN was 450289896. VALLONE, Frank Joseph Sr. (I12914)
 
4879 This record seems bogus if, indeed, Lydia died in 1849. It would also explain why her two children were living with her parents on 17 September, 1850. Family F2949
 
4880 This seems difficult to accept. His is listed as Bobby H. Brown, and she is listed as Ruby G. Brown. But they weren't married until 1956. The strange thing is the letter G listed for Ruby. BROWN, Bobby Holland (I850)
 
4881 This seems to be a mistake. George Henry who would have been about the same age was not listed, and this person never shows up again. BROWN, Augustus L (I4666)
 
4882 This site shows his death date as his birthdate. BALLARD, Carroll Thomas Ratliff (I2674)
 
4883 This source is dubious, but his death at this time would explain why he is not found in the 1850 census. BROYLES, John Milton (I252)
 
4884 This source says that Richard Taylor Moore's second wife was MRS. Eliza Jane Gaskill Keen GASKILL, James (I9857)
 
4885 This twin of Sarah Emerline Watkins died at birth. WATKINS, Unknown (I5576)
 
4886 This was a one year enlistment. He was divorced with no dependents. EMSWILER, Thomas Quest (I11607)
 
4887 This was David's second marriage. Family F1552
 
4888 This was his second marriage and her first. Family F1630
 
4889 This was Mary's second marriage. Family F1711
 
4890 This was noted as a "sale-cash entry." The land is described as "1 SWNE ST STEPHENS No 15N 7E 14." DIGMAN, James (I10851)
 
4891 This was the second marriage for both of them, and they had been married for one year. This suggests that the children were those from his first marriage. She is listed as Mrs. M. E. Campbell. Family F3521
 
4892 Thomas A. Harris, a pioneer citizen of Henderson County, was born near Whitehouse, Smith County, Texas, on September 22, 1860. When at four years of age came with his mother (Clarinda C. Troublefield Harris) to Henderson County, settled in the Old Grove community near Baxter. Here he grew up to manhood and in 1882 married Miss Octavia Davis, who died in 1888, leaving three children, all of which died.

In 1895 he was married to Caroline Powell, and to this union ten children, six boys and four girls, he is survived by his wife, Mrs. Caroline Harris and children, Earl, Osie, Thomas "Frank", Hubert, Homer, Bonner and Miss. Florence Harris, and Mrs. Lela Corder, Mrs. Charles A. Muckleroy and Mrs. Wilbur Urquhart. He is also survived by half brother, Frank Matthews, who resides at Post Oak and a half-sister, Mrs. Frank Davey, who reside in Fort Worth.

Thomas A. Harris joined the Methodist Church in boyhood and remained a member of this church until his death. 
HARRIS, Thomas Aulston (I10983)
 
4893 Thomas Anthony Bartlett


Thomas Anthony Bartlett, a native of Navarro County, was born in the town of Chatfield, Texas, on August 6, 1876. He was the son of Thomas Smith Bartlett and Sally Edmundson. At the age of 21, he was united in marriage to Miss Willie Broyles, daughter of Erasmus R. Broyles and Artimissa Ingram, in Rural Shade community in his home county and moved with his new bride to the city of Corsicana where he worked for the ice company.

At the turn of the century, Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett moved to Henderson County and settled for one year on a farm in what is known as Beck’s Chapel community, near Malakoff, where Mr. Bartlett was the first and only postmaster of the community. In 1901, the Bartletts moved to Athens where Mr. Bartlett operated an ice business and meat market. In 1903, they moved to Malakoff where both were destined to finish their days.

After moving to Malakoff and establishing Malakoff’s first brick company – the Malakoff Pressed Brick Company in 1904, Mr. Bartlett’s interests and enterprises were wide and varied. He was prominent as a retail merchant, ginner, industrialist, farmer-stockman, and it was he who pioneered the town’s first water system, back in 1913, when he put down a shallow well to serve the needs of his own house and a few rent houses, which he had acquired. He continued to enlarge that small plant through the years, adding other residential and business customers to his lines. In 1927, he drilled a deep well to better serve the needs of the community and continued to operate the water works on a larger scale.

Mr. Bartlett owned a grocery store until the late 1930s, and he also had interests in cotton gins in Cross Roads, Trinidad, and Malakoff.

But it is the Malakoff Pressed Brick Company for which Mr. Bartlett is best known. In 1904, Bartlett devised a way of coloring brick, touching off a new age of architectural elegance. He took his discovery to the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair and won a Blue Ribbon for his white brick.

The brick company operated under several different names during the years. During the first period of operation, each brick had the word MALAKOFF pressed into it. From 1926 – 1929, the name of the plant changed to Evans and Howard. The bricks had EVANS-HOWARD pressed into them on one side and ST. LOUIS pressed into the other side. The plant had to close down for about six months during the Great Depression but soon reopened. Mr. Bartlett, was the superintendent of the plant from its founding until his retirement in 1942, when he sold his share of the business.

Thomas Anthony Bartlett was a Freemason for over 45 years, having been raised a Master Mason in Athens Lodge No. 65 in 1901. He later became a member of Hella Shrine of Dallas and was a charter member of Karem Shrine in Waco. He was also a Knight Templar in the York Rite Order of Freemasonry.

Mr. Bartlett was the first president of the Malakoff Rotary Club and held the position of vice president of the Citizens State Bank. Mrs. Bartlett was very active in the Order of the Eastern Star, the Methodist Church, and the civic work of the community.

The Bartletts had the following children:

Therral Anthony Bartlett
Theora Willie Bartlett
Theressa Artie "Tess" Bartlett
Theretta Lena Bartlett
Therma Missie Bartlett
Thelma Artie Bartlett (born and died in 1903)
an infant son who died in 1900

Thomas Anthony Bartlett died on May 28, 1951 in Corsicana. He is buried in Athens City Cemetery.

From The Malakoff News, Friday, June 1, 1951 and from The History of Malakoff by Edna Hanson Evans 
BARTLETT, Thomas Anthony (I18)
 
4894 Thomas Dickens Arnold (3 May 1798 - 26 May 1870) was an American politician that represented Tennessee's second and first districts in the United States House of Representatives. He was born in Spotsylvania County, Virginia on May 3, 1798. He moved with his parents to Knox County, Tennessee in 1808. At the age of fourteen, he enlisted as a drummer boy in the War of 1812. He taught school in Knox and Grainger Counties. He studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1820, and commenced practice in Knoxville, Tennessee.

He was elected as an Anti-Jacksonian by Tennessee's 2nd district to the Twenty-second United States Congress, which had lasted from March 4, 1831 to March 3, 1833. In 1836, he was made a brigadier general of the Tennessee Militia. He moved to Greeneville, Tennessee and was elected as a Whig by Tennessee's 1st district to the Twenty-seventh Congress, which lasted from March 4, 1841 to March 3, 1843. During the Twenty-seventh Congress, he served as chairman of the U.S. House Committee on Claims. He was not a candidate for re-election to the Twenty-eighth Congress. He resumed the practice of law in Greeneville and died while attending court in Jonesborough, Tennessee on May 26, 1870. He was interred in Oak Grove Cemetery in Greeneville.
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Source: Thomas Dickens Arnold. (2009, January 30). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 14:37, March 21, 2009, from  
ARNOLD, General Thomas D (I6314)
 
4895 Thomas Emmett Fullerton, 82, of Gatesville died Aug. 24 at Hillcrest Hospital in Waco.
Services were held Aug. 26 at Scott's Funeral Home Chapel with Loyd Hall officiating. Burial was in the Restland Cemetery.
Born Aug. 23, 1906, in Oklahoma, he was the son of the late Emmett and Mollie Fullerton.
He married Tommie Mae Evans May 6, 1944 in Houston.
Before moving to Gatesville in 1979, he and his wife lived in Lubbock. 
He was an Army Air Force veteran of WW II. 
He was a retired civil service employee. 
He was a member of the Masonic Lodge #197 and a member of the Gatesville Church of Christ.
Survivors include his wife; one step-daughter, Mrs. Betty Powers of Raton, NM; two half-brothers, Rev. Henry Fullerton of Dallas and Mitchell Fullerton of Wyoming; three grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. 
FULLERTON, Thomas Emmett Monroe (I12803)
 
4896 Thomas J. Norvell, 88, retired farmer, formerly of Rice, died in Paulyne's Convalescent Home Monday night. Funeral services are to be held Tuesday at 3:30 p. m. from the Corley Chapel. Burial will be in the Rice cemetery. The rites will be conducted by Rev. James T. Davis. Surviving are his wife, who is also in Paulyne's Home, Corsicana; a son; three grandchildren; a sister; and other relatives. Pallbearers will be Luther Murphy, Clovis Wilson, Hollis Poarch and Ad Ellis. NORVELL, Jesse Thomas (I10760)
 
4897 Thomas Leslie Asher, 85, of Amarillo died Wednesday, April 18, 2007.

Graveside services will be at 3 p.m. today in Memory Gardens Cemetery with Dr. Jim Smith, pastor of St. Stephen United Methodist Church, officiating. Arrangements are by Cox-LaGrone Funeral Home, 4180 Canyon Drive.

Mr. Asher was born Oct. 1, 1921, in Campbell, Mo., and was raised in the Athens-Mertchison area. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps in World War II. He married Margie DeLong in 1943 in Albuquerque, N.M. She passed away in 1991. He married Elma Jo Landers in 1994. He had been a resident of Amarillo since 1960. He drove a bus for Greyhound Bus Co. for 37 years before his retirement. 

He moved to Houston in 1994 and then to LaPorte.

He was preceded in death by a son, Thomas Lance Asher, in 1997; five sisters; and two brothers. 

Survivors include his wife, Elma Asher; three daughters, Lora J. Reynolds-Roudebush and husband Don of Amarillo, Patricia Ann Blewett of Roswell, N.M., and Carol Leslie Sherrer and husband Ed of Springfield, Va.; a stepson, Steve Landers and wife Paula of Katy; two sisters, Clara John Hatton of Amarillo and Lois Ivy of Dallas; six grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

Amarillo Globe-News, April 24, 2007 
ASHER, Thomas Leslie (I8940)
 
4898 Thomas Martin's grave was moved from its original site on his farm property to Big Creek Baptist Church Cemetery near Williamston, SC. Wilton Scott Murphey headed a committee, which was formed at a reunion, to have the body moved. A marker was placed on his grave which said the family came from Martinsville, NC as stated in Louise Ayer Vandiver's book "Traditions and History of Anderson County". They may have come through Martinsville, NC, but his father's will was one of the few papers saved from a fire at the courthouse in Anson County, NC where they lived.
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Source: The C.C. Merritt Family Pages on the web at http://www.ccmerritt.com/genealogy
 
MARTIN, Thomas Peyton (I260)
 
4899 Thomas was a boarder in a hotel operated by J.S. and Alice Boggs. BRITTAIN, Thomas Manley (I2722)
 
4900 Three of their four children were still living. Family F1966
 

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