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4851 Widowed and living with his married son, Hayden E. Peters. PETERS, James Braxton (I11117)
4852 Widowed head of household consisting of herself and her three children WILLIAMS, Carrie M. E. (I8151)
4853 Widower

He was listed as Joe E. Watkins, and his age was given as 66 which was ten years older than he would have been, but the list of children is consistent with his family. 
WATKINS, Joseph Emerson (I3705)
4854 Widower

Surname spelled Horn. 
HORNE, David (I5301)
4855 Widower MCCLELLAN, John Jacob (I137)
4856 Widower PICKLE, William Murphey (I742)
4857 Widower FAULK, James M. (I858)
4858 Widower BARTLETT, William D (I919)
4859 Widower NEWLAND, Esquire R. (I1039)
4860 Widower REED, Clifton Augustus (I1173)
4861 Widower INGRAM, James Melville Jr. (I1483)
4862 Widower PICKLE, Wesley Greenberry (I1603)
4863 Widower PICKLE, Wesley Greenberry (I1603)
4864 Widower CARTWRIGHT, Leonidas (I2707)
4865 Widower DAVIDSON, John A (I2956)
4866 Widower HILL, Benjamin L. (I3048)
4867 Widower HILL, Benjamin L. (I3048)
4868 Widower GOLDSMITH, James H (I3236)
4869 Widower MCARTHUR, Philip A (I3299)
4870 Widower PITTS, Joseph Beeden (I3501)
4871 Widower BROWN, Joseph Mackey (I3615)
4872 Widower BROWN, Elijah A. (I3620)
4873 Widower HAYTH, Edward A (I3757)
4874 Widower BROYLES, Robert W. (I3796)
4875 Widower STRINGER, William Worth (I3841)
4876 Widower ELROD, William Marion (I4304)
4877 Widower VAN GILDER, Lewis (I4657)
4878 Widower PARMER, James Polk Knox (I4951)
4879 Widower FAULK, Mark (I5286)
4880 Widower LINDER, Knox Hill (I5304)
4881 Widower CRITCHFIELD, Albert (I5779)
4882 Widower BROYLES, Adam Alexander (I7194)
4883 Widower HAVENS, Henry Hugh (I7464)
4884 Widower STORM, Peter (I9947)
4885 Widower STORM, Russell O. (I9960)
4886 Widower DUMAS, John Clement (I10092)
4887 Widower Family F3090
4888 Widower living in the household of his aunt, Mary Ingram McDuffey and her husband. INGRAM, James Melville Jr. (I1483)
4889 Widower living with his daughter, Hettie Bartlett Drummond and her family. This district was near Malakoff, Texas. BARTLETT, Thomas Smith (I20)
4890 Widower, listed as Ward Dozier DOZIER, William Ward Allen (I6441)
4891 Widower, living with his six children MCWHORTER, Frank M. (I6250)
4892 Widown OLDHAM, Almedia Morrow (I762)
4893 Wife's name is given a Lela. Family F523
4894 Wiley was the enumerator of the 1880 Census in which his family was listed. Family F2100
4895 William and Elizabeth had the following children:

Nancy Faulkner2 b. c 1826
Jane Faulkner2 b. c 1828
Cynthia Faulkner2 b. c 1830
Susan Faulkner2 b. c 1832
Hannah Faulkner2 b. c 1834
Aaron Faulkner2 b. c 1836
Wesley B. Faulkner+
2 b. 3 Jul 1838, d. 10 Oct 1912
George Faulkner+
2 b. c 1840
William Faulkner2 b. c 1844
Thomas Faulkner2 b. c 1847
Elizabeth Faulkner2 b. c 1848 
FAULKNER, William (I11696)
4896 William and Fannie were living in the household of their daughter, Mildred Durphy Bobbitt. Family F2826
4897 William C. Holland and Sarah Davis Holland lived in Marengo County, Alabama. Around 1832 they moved to Sumter County, Alabama where William bought land in Section #12 which is just north of Sumterville and only about a mile away from his father, John Holland's, land in Section 6. William sold out to Samuel Speight on 21 November 1843 as recorded in Deed Book G, page 694 in Sumter County, Alabama. HOLLAND, William C. (I5182)
4898 William Chesley Pickle, left the Anderson District of South Carolina before the Civil War, on October 11, 1859 and "landed" in Anderson County Texas on November 25, 1859 some forty-six days later according to written notes by his grandson. Several additional family members and other founding families of Anderson County made that same trip.

Fortunately for his descendants, that journey by wagon trail was just the beginning of the bold investments in Texas made by the Pickle clan. William Chesley first purchased land near what is now called Pert where he farmed and opened a way station for an early stage line, building a bridge across Brushy Creek that is still known as Pickle Bridge. William Chesley was an also an accomplished blacksmith and secured a patent on a seed planter.

William Chesley had a large family of fifteen children. His fourth child, James Albert Pickle, moved further west to what was then known as Liberty Springs on Otter Creek (now Bois d'Arc) and purchased several hundred acres of land. James Albert had thirteen children, many of whom also settled in this area.

The second of James Albert's children, Albert Welborn Pickle born in 1874, acquired several tracts of land in the Springfield community (two miles west of his parents' land). Each generation has continued to add to that parcel of land. Albert Welborn's property was passed along to his only son, Hampton Pierce Pickle. Hampton and his wife Ruffie Brasfield Pickle farmed the land, and it flourished and grew under their hard work and determination. The land continued to pass along to their heirs, and now, Albert Welborn's grandson, Mike Pickle, and his wife Lyzz still live on a portion of the original property, their own 117-acre Pickle Farms. They are adjoined by tracts of land still held by Mike's siblings. 
PICKLE, William Chesley (I11)
4899 William Fletcher Elkin, son of Smallwood Acton Elkin & Lucinda Gholson Bush was born in Clark County, Kentucky. He married Mary Jane Chambers October 18, 1860 in Collin County, Texas and was the father of one child, Nancy Jane Elkin Harris. He was listed in the 1860 Collin County, Texas federal census as a schoolteacher.  ELKIN, William Fletcher (I9073)
4900 William Henry was a sergeant in the 7th Regiment of the Alabama Volunteers. This was one of the first groups formed in the state. William served a one year enlistment beginning March 26, 1861. Later he would serve in Company C, 4th Regiment of the Alabama Cavalry. He became a first Lieutenant, and was killed at the Battle of Fort Donaldson BAILES, William (I3832)

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