Delilah Goodson1

Female, #46381, (1 May 1818 - 25 Jul 1909)
Name Variation She was also known as Dalila.2 
Birth*1 May 1818 She was born on 1 May 1818 at South Carolina.3,4 
Marriage*28 Jan 1871 She married Joseph Van Buren Brantley at Putnam Co., Florida, on 28 Jan 1871 at age 52.1 
Married Name28 Jan 1871  As of 28 Jan 1871, her married name was Brantley.1 
1880 Census1 Jun 1880 Delilah was listed as a mother in Benjamin N. Brantley's household on the 1880 Census at Putnam Co., Florida.5 
Census18 Aug 1885 She was listed as a wife in the census report at Putnam Co., Florida, on 18 Aug 1885.2 
Relocationcirca 1890 She, as a family member, accompanied Joseph Van Buren Brantley in relocating circa 1890 at Loango, Covington Co., Alabama
Death of Spouse18 Feb 1893 Her husband Joseph Van Buren Brantley died on 18 Feb 1893 at Loango, Covington Co., Alabama
Death*25 Jul 1909 She died on 25 Jul 1909 at age 91.4 
Burial*circa 27 Jul 1909 Her body was interred circa 27 Jul 1909 at Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Melrose, Putnam Co., Florida.4 

Family

Joseph Van Buren Brantley (6 Aug 1813 - 18 Feb 1893)
Marriage*28 Jan 1871 She married Joseph Van Buren Brantley at Putnam Co., Florida, on 28 Jan 1871 at age 52.1 
Last Edited21 Mar 2005

Citations

  1. Nancy Cooley Alvers, Putnam Co. FL Census Reports and Marriages, San Mateo, FL: Palvers Pub., 1999.
    Putnam Co. Marriage Book A, page 229 (Page 378 of Ref.)
    "Joseph V. Brantley md. Dedlila Goodson, 28 Jan 1871."
  2. Nancy Cooley Alvers, Putnam Co. FL Census Reports and Marriages, San Mateo, FL: Palvers Pub., 1999.
    Putnam Co., FL, Precinct 12, ED 12, Page 115, Family 1173 (adjacent to son Robert, Fam #1174)
    Joseph Brantley, W, M, 72, Head, Md, Farmer, SC/SC/SC
    Dalila Brantley, W, F, 63, Wife, S[sic], SC/SC/SC.
  3. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    Precinct 12-14, Putnam Co., FL, Page 103D. From LDS CD.
  4. e-mail address Greg Wilson, compiler, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery Association, Mar 2005.
    http://parancemetery.tripod.com/
    Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Melrose, Putnam Co., FL
    Lot-Section, Name, Born - Died
    O-90, Brantley, Delila, May 1 1818 - Jul 25 1909
    R-90, Brantley, Robert T., Jan 25 1854 - Feb 15 1919
    P-90, Brantley, D. E. Goodson, Aug 19 1850 - Jan 26 1914.
  5. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    Precinct 12-14, Putnam Co., FL, Page 103D. From LDS CD.
    Benjamin Brantly, HH, M, M, W, 27, AL, AL, SC, Farmer
    Sarah Brantly, Wife, F, M, W, 32, SC, SC, SC
    Andra Brantly, Son, M, S, W, 2, FL
    ? Brantly, Son, M, S, W, 1M, b FL
    Joseph Brantly, Father, M, M, W, 67, b AL, SC, SC
    Dlilah Brantly, [Step] Mother, F, M, W, 60, b SC, SC, SC.

Andrew Brantley1

Female, #46382, (1878 - )
Father*Benjamin N. Brantley1 (30 Aug 1850 - 2 Feb 1929)
Mother*Sarah Goodson1 (9 Sep 1843 - 9 Sep 1928)
Birth*1878 She was born in 1878 at Florida.1 
1880 Census1 Jun 1880 Andrew and Weldon was listed as a son in Benjamin N. Brantley's household on the 1880 Census at Putnam Co., Florida.2 
Last Edited20 Sep 2002

Citations

  1. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    Precinct 12-14, Putnam Co., FL, Page 103D. From LDS CD.
  2. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    Precinct 12-14, Putnam Co., FL, Page 103D. From LDS CD.
    Benjamin Brantly, HH, M, M, W, 27, AL, AL, SC, Farmer
    Sarah Brantly, Wife, F, M, W, 32, SC, SC, SC
    Andra Brantly, Son, M, S, W, 2, FL
    ? Brantly, Son, M, S, W, 1M, b FL
    Joseph Brantly, Father, M, M, W, 67, b AL, SC, SC
    Dlilah Brantly, [Step] Mother, F, M, W, 60, b SC, SC, SC.

Weldon Brantley1,2

Male, #46383, (26 May 1880 - 7 Oct 1969)
Father*Benjamin N. Brantley1 (30 Aug 1850 - 2 Feb 1929)
Mother*Sarah Goodson1 (9 Sep 1843 - 9 Sep 1928)
Birth*26 May 1880 He was born on 26 May 1880 at Florida.1,2 
1880 Census1 Jun 1880 Andrew and Weldon was listed as a son in Benjamin N. Brantley's household on the 1880 Census at Putnam Co., Florida.3 
Marriage*say 1904 He married Lillie (?) say 1904.2 
Death of Mother9 Sep 1928 His mother Sarah Goodson died on 9 Sep 1928.4 
Death of Father2 Feb 1929 His father Benjamin N. Brantley died on 2 Feb 1929.4 
Death*7 Oct 1969 He died on 7 Oct 1969 at age 89.2 
Burial*circa 9 Oct 1969 His body was interred circa 9 Oct 1969 at Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Melrose, Putnam Co., Florida.2 

Family

Lillie (?) (22 Feb 1886 - 15 Jul 1977)
Marriage*say 1904 He married Lillie (?) say 1904.2 
Last Edited21 Mar 2005

Citations

  1. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    Precinct 12-14, Putnam Co., FL, Page 103D. From LDS CD.
  2. e-mail address Greg Wilson, compiler, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery Association, Mar 2005.
    http://parancemetery.tripod.com/
    Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Melrose, Putnam Co., FL
    Lot-Section, Name, Born - Died
    O-91, Brantley, Benjamin N., Aug 30 1850 - Feb 2 1929
    F-131, Brantley, Charles A., Sep 12 1955 - Sep 4 1972
    D-131, Brantley, Lillie, Feb 22 1886 - Jul 15 1977
    E-131, Brantley, Weldon, May 26 1880 - Oct 7 1969.
  3. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    Precinct 12-14, Putnam Co., FL, Page 103D. From LDS CD.
    Benjamin Brantly, HH, M, M, W, 27, AL, AL, SC, Farmer
    Sarah Brantly, Wife, F, M, W, 32, SC, SC, SC
    Andra Brantly, Son, M, S, W, 2, FL
    ? Brantly, Son, M, S, W, 1M, b FL
    Joseph Brantly, Father, M, M, W, 67, b AL, SC, SC
    Dlilah Brantly, [Step] Mother, F, M, W, 60, b SC, SC, SC.
  4. e-mail address Greg Wilson, compiler, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Paran Baptist Church Cemetery Association, Mar 2005.
    http://parancemetery.tripod.com/
    Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Melrose, Putnam Co., FL
    Lot-Section, Name, Born - Died
    O-91, Brantley, Benjamin N., Aug 30 1850 - Feb 2 1929
    N-91, Brantley, Sarah G., Sep 9 1843 - Sep 9 1928.

Barrett Travis1

Male, #46396, (1748 - 1812)
Ancestry Unknown* Information about the ancestry and siblings of Barrett Travis is wanted. See page footer for contact information. 
Birth*1748 He was born in 1748 at Travers Creek, Bladen Co., North Carolina.1 
Marriage*circa 1768 He married Elizabeth DeLoach at South Carolina circa 1768. This marriage is not proven. More research is needed.1 
Marriage*before 1772 He married Ann Smallwood at Abbeville District, South Carolina, before 1772.1 
Birth of Son6 Sep 1783 His son Mark Butler Travis Sr. was born on 6 Sep 1783 at Edgefield District, South Carolina
Jury*1789 He served on a jury in 1789 at Edgefield District, South Carolina,
     Petit Jury.2 
Birth of Son23 Aug 1790 His son Rev. Alexander Travis was born on 23 Aug 1790 at Edgefield District, South Carolina.3 
Death of Spouse1794 His wife Elizabeth DeLoach died in 1794 at Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Event-Misc*Mar 1795 He in Mar 1795 at Edgefield District, South Carolina, granted permission to keep a tavern.2 
Deed*6 Oct 1796 He was granted a deed on 6 Oct 1796 at Edgefield District, South Carolina,

William Mayson of Abbeville Co. to Barrot Travis of Edgefield County. Deed. £14.18, 149 acres to Marrot Traverse. Wit. M. Perryman, Patk Kays. /s/ W. Mayson. Proven 10 Oct 1796 by Munford Perryman; Richard Tutt, JP. Rec 10 Oct 1796.4 
Deed12 Dec 1796 He was granted a deed on 12 Dec 1796 at Edgefield District, South Carolina,

William Humphreys to Barrot Travers. Deed. £25 sterling, 237 acres on Mine Creek of Little Saluda River, part of 312 acres granted sd Wm Humphreys 4 Dec 1786 by Gov. Wm. Moultrie, adj. Samuel Humphreys, Ann Bland, Wm. Daniel & sd Barrot Travis land. Wir. Mumford Perryman, Samuel Humphreys. /s/ William (x) Humphreys. /s/ Ann Humphreys. Proven 13 Mar 1797 by Mumford Perryman; Wm. Daniel, JP. Recorded 13 Mar 1797.5 
Deed10 Feb 1797 He was granted a deed on 10 Feb 1797 at Edgefield District, South Carolina,

Francis Drinkard, Abbeville to Barrot Travis of Edgefield. Mortgage, 10 Feb 1797, for $150, mortgaged unto Barrott Travis a Negro boy James, $150 with legal interest to be paid. Wit Mumford Perryman, Benjamin Mobley. s/s Francis (x) Drinkard. Proven 30 Dec 1797by Mumford Perryman; Wm Daniel, JP. Rec 1 Jan 1798.6 
Deed*8 Dec 1797 He was granted a deed on 8 Dec 1797 at Edgefield District, South Carolina,

Barrot Travis and wife, Ann to James Wolf. Deed, $15, 10 acres on Mine Creek, on roads Cambridge to Charleston, and Lees Ferry on Big Saluda to Edgefield Courthouse, William Daniels line, Rober Blands line, being part of 312 acres granted to Wm Humphreys 4 Dec 1786, and by him conveyed to us. Wit Samuel Humphries, D. Henderson. /s/ Barrot (I) Travis, Ann (+) Travis. Proven 21 Dec 1797 by D. Henderson; Wm. Daniel, JP. Rec 21 Dec 1797.7 
Deed9 Oct 1798 He granted a deed on 9 Oct 1798 at Edgefield District, South Carolina,

Barrott Travis, planter to John Glanton, planter. Deed. $100, 100 acres being part of 312 acres originally granted to William Humphreys on Mine Creek and the raod from 96 to Charleston, bounding William Daniel's land. Wit. Mumford Perryman, Jonathan Glanton. /s/ Barrott (x) Travis. Proven 2 Mar 1799 by Jonathan Glanton; Wm Daniel, JP. Rec 11 Mar 1799.8 
1800 Census*4 Aug 1800 He was enumerated in the US Census of 1800 on 4 Aug 1800 at Edgefield District, South Carolina.9 
Deed20 Feb 1801 He granted a deed, witnessed by Mark Butler Travis Sr. on 20 Feb 1801 at Edgefield District, South Carolina,

Barrot Travis, planter, to Elijah Pope, planter. Deed, $2000, 150 acres on Mine Creek of Saluda bounding W on Henry Bolton, granted by Lt. Gov. Wm. Bull 12 Apr 1770 to Henry Bolton, from Bolton conveyed to Barrot Travis 1779. Wit. Mumford Perryman, Mark Travers. /s/ Marrot (x) Travers. Proven 22 May 1802 by Mumford Perryman; Russell Watson, JP. Rec 12 Jun 1802.10 
Deed20 Feb 1801 He granted a deed, witnessed by Mark Butler Travis Sr. on 20 Feb 1801 at Edgefield District, South Carolina,

Barrot Travis to Elijah Pope. Deed, $2000, 104 acres less schoolhouse lot, lying on Mine Creek of Little Saluda River, bing part of 312 acres granted to William Humphreys 4 Dec 1786 by Gov. Wm Moultrie, conveyed to Barrot Travers by sd Humphreys 12 Dec 1796, adjoining lands of Henry Bolton, 96 Road, William Daniel, Jno Glanton, estate of Fredk Sison, Henry Bolton. Wit. Mumford Perryman, Mark Travers. /s/ Barrot (x) Travers. Proven 22 May 1802 by Mumford Perryman; Russell Wilson, JP. Rec 12 Jun 1802.11 
Death*1812 He died at Mine Creek, Edgefield District, South Carolina, in 1812.1 
Burial*1812 His body was interred in 1812 at Travis Park Cemetery, Saluda, Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 

Family 1

Elizabeth DeLoach (1752 - 1794)
Marriage*circa 1768 He married Elizabeth DeLoach at South Carolina circa 1768. This marriage is not proven. More research is needed.1 
Children

Family 2

Ann Smallwood (say 1751 - )
Marriage*before 1772 He married Ann Smallwood at Abbeville District, South Carolina, before 1772.1 
Child
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited15 Dec 2007

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
  2. Janie Revill, Edgefield County, South Carolina Records, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1984, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.737 D2r.
    page 215.
  3. Dorothy S. Crook - Chair - Conecuh Co. Heritage Book Committee, The Heritage of Conecuh County, Alabama, Heritage Publishing Consultants: Clanton, AL, 2002.
    Pages 28-29. "Alexander Travis, Pioneer Baptist Preacher" article which originally appeared The South-Western Baptist, Jan 14, 1853 and Mar 11, 1853.
  4. Carol Wells, Edgefield County, South Cazrolina Deed Books, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.737 R2.
    Vol. 1, page 21. Cites Conveyance Book 13, pages 302-303.
  5. Carol Wells, Edgefield County, South Cazrolina Deed Books, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.737 R2.
    Vol. 1, page 41. Cites Conveyance Book 13, pages 535-536.
  6. Carol Wells, Edgefield County, South Cazrolina Deed Books, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.737 R2.
    Vol. 1, page 79. Cites Conveyance Book 15, pages 1-2.
  7. Carol Wells, Edgefield County, South Cazrolina Deed Books, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.737 R2.
    Vol. 1, page 78. Cites Conveyance Book 14, pages 554-556.
  8. Carol Wells, Edgefield County, South Cazrolina Deed Books, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.737 R2.
    Vol. 2, pages 24-25. Cites Conveyance Book 16, page 379.
  9. Lawrence E. Jarrell, Early Edgefield SC Census, High Point, NC: Alligator Creek Genealogy Pubs., 1998.
    1800 Census, Edgefield District, SC, census page 155, ref page 28
    Barret Traverse 1M0-9, 1M10-15, 1M16-25, 1M45+, 1F10-15, 1F45+.
  10. Carol Wells, Edgefield County, South Cazrolina Deed Books, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.737 R2.
    Vol. 3, page 123. Cites Conveyance Book 22, pages 131-133.
  11. Carol Wells, Edgefield County, South Cazrolina Deed Books, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.737 R2.
    Vol. 3, page 123. Cites Conveyance Book 22, pages 133-135.
  12. Dorothy S. Crook - Chair - Conecuh Co. Heritage Book Committee, The Heritage of Conecuh County, Alabama, Heritage Publishing Consultants: Clanton, AL, 2002.
    Page 211. "Travis Family" article by James Cary Travis, Route 1, Box 135, McKenzie, AL 36456. Phone: 334-374-8197.
  13. E-mail written Aug-Nov 2004 to Warren L. Culpepper from Shirley Horn-Bray, Oklahoma City, OK, e-mail address.

Elizabeth DeLoach1

Female, #46397, (1752 - 1794)
Ancestry Unknown* Information about the ancestry and siblings of Elizabeth DeLoach is wanted. See page footer for contact information. 
Birth*1752 She was born in 1752 at Craven Co., South Carolina.1 
Marriage*circa 1768 She married Barrett Travis at South Carolina circa 1768. This marriage is not proven. More research is needed.1 
Married Namecirca 1768  As of circa 1768, her married name was Travis.1 
Birth of Son6 Sep 1783 Her son Mark Butler Travis Sr. was born on 6 Sep 1783 at Edgefield District, South Carolina
Birth of Son23 Aug 1790 Her son Rev. Alexander Travis was born on 23 Aug 1790 at Edgefield District, South Carolina.2 
Death*1794 She died at Edgefield District, South Carolina, in 1794.1 

Family

Barrett Travis (1748 - 1812)
Marriage*circa 1768 She married Barrett Travis at South Carolina circa 1768. This marriage is not proven. More research is needed.1 
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited15 Dec 2007

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
  2. Dorothy S. Crook - Chair - Conecuh Co. Heritage Book Committee, The Heritage of Conecuh County, Alabama, Heritage Publishing Consultants: Clanton, AL, 2002.
    Pages 28-29. "Alexander Travis, Pioneer Baptist Preacher" article which originally appeared The South-Western Baptist, Jan 14, 1853 and Mar 11, 1853.
  3. Dorothy S. Crook - Chair - Conecuh Co. Heritage Book Committee, The Heritage of Conecuh County, Alabama, Heritage Publishing Consultants: Clanton, AL, 2002.
    Page 211. "Travis Family" article by James Cary Travis, Route 1, Box 135, McKenzie, AL 36456. Phone: 334-374-8197.

Ann Smallwood1

Female, #46398, (say 1751 - )
Birth*say 1751 Ann was born say 1751. She was the daughter of William Smallwood.1 
Marriage*before 1772 She married Barrett Travis at Abbeville District, South Carolina, before 1772.1 
Married Namebefore 1772  As of before 1772, her married name was Travis.1 
Deed*8 Dec 1797 She was granted a deed on 8 Dec 1797 at Edgefield District, South Carolina,

Barrot Travis and wife, Ann to James Wolf. Deed, $15, 10 acres on Mine Creek, on roads Cambridge to Charleston, and Lees Ferry on Big Saluda to Edgefield Courthouse, William Daniels line, Rober Blands line, being part of 312 acres granted to Wm Humphreys 4 Dec 1786, and by him conveyed to us. Wit Samuel Humphries, D. Henderson. /s/ Barrot (I) Travis, Ann (+) Travis. Proven 21 Dec 1797 by D. Henderson; Wm. Daniel, JP. Rec 21 Dec 1797.2 
1800 Census4 Aug 1800 Ann was probably a free white female, age 45 or over, in an unknown person 's household on the 1800 Census at Edgefield District, South Carolina.3 

Family

Barrett Travis (1748 - 1812)
Child
Last Edited20 Sep 2002

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
  2. Carol Wells, Edgefield County, South Cazrolina Deed Books, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.737 R2.
    Vol. 1, page 78. Cites Conveyance Book 14, pages 554-556.
  3. Lawrence E. Jarrell, Early Edgefield SC Census, High Point, NC: Alligator Creek Genealogy Pubs., 1998.
    1800 Census, Edgefield District, SC, census page 155, ref page 28
    Barret Traverse 1M0-9, 1M10-15, 1M16-25, 1M45+, 1F10-15, 1F45+.
  4. E-mail written Aug-Nov 2004 to Warren L. Culpepper from Shirley Horn-Bray, Oklahoma City, OK, e-mail address.

William Stallworth Jr.1

Male, #46399, (1745 - 9 Sep 1808)
Father*William Stallworth (s 1695 - )
Mother*Elizabeth (?) (s 1720 - )
Birth*1745 He was born in 1745 at Virginia.1 
American Revolutionbetween 1775 and 1783 He provided service in the American Revolutionary War between 1775 and 1783
(DAR Listing: William Stallworth, born 1745 in Virginia, died 9 Sep 1806 in South Carolina, married Jemima Trippe, Private, South Carolina.)2 
Marriage*1776 He married Jemima Tripp at Abbeville District, South Carolina, in 1776.1 
Birth of Son25 Apr 1777 His son Nicholas Stallworth Sr. was born on 25 Apr 1777 at Edgefield District, South Carolina.3 
Birth of SonSep 1781 His son Joseph Stallworth was born in Sep 1781 at Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Will19 Jul 1796 Grace, William and Thomas named as executor(s) in the will of Joseph Stallworth at Edgefield District, South Carolina, on 19 Jul 1796.4 
1800 Census*4 Aug 1800 William was listed as the head of a family on the 1800 Census at Edgefield District, South Carolina.5 
Will*2 Feb 1806 He made a will at Edgefield District, South Carolina, on 2 Feb 1806, naming as heir(s) Jemima Tripp, Nicholas Stallworth Sr., Joseph Stallworth, Sarah Stallworth, Nancy King Stallworth, Elizabeth S. Stallworth and Needham Matthew Thornton.

I, William Stallsworth, Senr., being at present of perfect mind and memory...
     I give to my wife Jemima full benefit and profits of my plantation where I now live during her natural life or widowhood and also give the work of negroes Aaron the oldest, Aaron the youngest, Peter the older, and Peter the younger, during her natural life or widowhood, also a negro woman named Lucy and a bay mare named Jack.
     I give unto my son Nicholas the tract land whereon he now lives and all the land I own joining with the exception of a part lying between the Beaver Dam Creek and Quaker Road which said last parcel of land I give unto my grandson William Thornton a minor, also I give to said minor a horse worth $100 to be given him at full age.
     I also give to my son Joseph at the death of my wife all that parcel of land being part of the tract whereon I now live to be divided as follows: beginning at a corner on Mathes Road and a straight line to Benjamin Burton land; and all my blacksmith and carpenter tools also one horse worth $100 and a cow and calf and $100 in cash.
     The balance of my land to be equally divided between my daughters Sally and Nancy after the death of my wife.
     I also give to my dtr. Betsey one cow and calf, the rest of the personal property to fall to her children, but not to be at the disposal of her husband.
     I appoint my son Nicholas and Joseph Stallsworth and James Adrams as executors. Wit: John M. Moon, James Anderson, No. Drummond. /s/ William Stallsworth
     Proved by the oath of John M. Moon the 9 Sep 1808 and at the same time qualified Nicholas Stallsworth as executors. Recorded 18 Nov 1808.6 
Death*9 Sep 1808 He died at Edgefield District, South Carolina, on 9 Sep 1808.1 
Deed16 Jan 1815 He was party to a deed on 16 Jan 1815 at Edgefield District, South Carolina,

Nicholas Stallworth, William B. Lewis and Elizabeth Lewis his wife, James Adams and wife Peggy Adams, Mark Travis and wife Jemimah, William Thorton and Sally Stallworth to Joseph Stallworth, Relinquishment, 16 Jan 1815. "Whereas certaion ambiguities in the will of William Stallworth dec'd, division to be made without regard to provisions of the will, agreement made by parties of full age, real estate surveyed by Thomas Chiles Esqr D S mutually chosen among the parties and division set forth, relinquish to Joseph Stallworth 108 acres on Matthews Road adj lands of James Crawford...

In the next deed on page 226 of Book 33, this same group relinquished 182 acres of land to James Adams. 

Family

Jemima Tripp (circa 1755 - after 1819)
Marriage*1776 He married Jemima Tripp at Abbeville District, South Carolina, in 1776.1 
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited30 Apr 2012

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
  2. DAR Patriot Index, Washington, DC: National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 2003.
  3. Dorothy S. Crook - Chair - Conecuh Co. Heritage Book Committee, The Heritage of Conecuh County, Alabama, Heritage Publishing Consultants: Clanton, AL, 2002.
    Page 199. "Nicholas Stallworth Sr." article by Willene J. Whatley, McMillan Street, Evergreen, AL 36401.
  4. Willie Pauline Young, Abstracts of Old Ninety-Six and Abbeville District Wills and Bonds, as on file in the Abbeville, SC Courthouse, Vidalia, GA: Georgia Genealogical Reprints, 1969.
    p. 302 (cites Box 88, Pack 2164).
  5. Lawrence E. Jarrell, Early Edgefield SC Census, High Point, NC: Alligator Creek Genealogy Pubs., 1998.
    page 20: William Stalsworth, 1M16-25, 1M26-44, 3F0-9, 1F10-15, 1F16-25, 1F45+, 3 slaves.
  6. James E. and Vivian Wooley, Edgefield County, South Carolina Wills, 1787-1836, Greenville, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1991.
    pages 73-74.

Jemima Tripp1

Female, #46400, (circa 1755 - after 1819)
Father*Nicholas Tripp1 (s 1722 - c 1791)
Mother*Nancy King1 (s 1725 - )
Birth*circa 1755 She was born circa 1755 at Virginia.1 
Marriage*1776 She married William Stallworth Jr. at Abbeville District, South Carolina, in 1776.1 
Married Name1776  As of 1776, her married name was Stallworth.1 
Birth of Son25 Apr 1777 Her son Nicholas Stallworth Sr. was born on 25 Apr 1777 at Edgefield District, South Carolina.2 
Birth of SonSep 1781 Her son Joseph Stallworth was born in Sep 1781 at Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
1800 Census4 Aug 1800 Jemima was probably a free white female, age 45 or over, in William Stallworth Jr.'s household on the 1800 Census at Edgefield District, South Carolina.3 
Will2 Feb 1806 Jemima, Nicholas, Joseph, Sarah, Nancy, Elizabeth and Needham named as heir(s) in the will of William Stallworth Jr. at Edgefield District, South Carolina, on 2 Feb 1806.4 
1810 Census*6 Aug 1810 Jemima was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census at Edgefield District, South Carolina.5 
Death*after 1819 She died at Edgefield District, South Carolina, after 1819.1 

Family

William Stallworth Jr. (1745 - 9 Sep 1808)
Marriage*1776 She married William Stallworth Jr. at Abbeville District, South Carolina, in 1776.1 
Children
ChartsWLC / Warren L. Culpepper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited30 Jan 2003

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
  2. Dorothy S. Crook - Chair - Conecuh Co. Heritage Book Committee, The Heritage of Conecuh County, Alabama, Heritage Publishing Consultants: Clanton, AL, 2002.
    Page 199. "Nicholas Stallworth Sr." article by Willene J. Whatley, McMillan Street, Evergreen, AL 36401.
  3. Lawrence E. Jarrell, Early Edgefield SC Census, High Point, NC: Alligator Creek Genealogy Pubs., 1998.
    page 20: William Stalsworth, 1M16-25, 1M26-44, 3F0-9, 1F10-15, 1F16-25, 1F45+, 3 slaves.
  4. James E. and Vivian Wooley, Edgefield County, South Carolina Wills, 1787-1836, Greenville, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1991.
    pages 73-74.
  5. Lawrence E. Jarrell, Early Edgefield SC Census, High Point, NC: Alligator Creek Genealogy Pubs., 1998.
    page 54: Jemimah Stalsworth, 1F10-15, 1F16-25, 1F45+, 5 slaves.

Colonel William Barrett Travis1

Male, #46401, (1 Aug 1809 - 6 Mar 1836)
Father*Mark Butler Travis Sr.1 (6 Sep 1783 - 4 Sep 1836)
Mother*Jemima Stallworth1 (6 Sep 1783 - c 1855)
Birth*1 Aug 1809 He was born on 1 Aug 1809 at Red Bank, Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Relocationcirca 1818 He, as a family member, accompanied Mark Butler Travis Sr. in relocating circa 1818; The Creek Indians ceded much of South Alabama in 1814, and from part of this land, Monroe County was formed on 29 Jun 1815 by the Mississippi Territorial Governor. The Alabama Territory was created on 3 Mar 1817, and the AL Territorial legislature formed Conecuh County on 13 Feb 1818 from part of Monroe County.2 
Marriage*26 Oct 1828 He married Rosannah E. Cato at Claiborne, Monroe Co., Alabama, on 26 Oct 1828 at age 19.1 
Birth of Sonsay 1830 His son Charles Edward Travis was born say 1830. 
Will*25 May 1835 He made a will at Austin, Travis Co., Texas, on 25 May 1835, naming as heir(s) Emily Katherine Travis, Sarah Ann Jemima Travis, Nancy Adeline Travis, Charles Edward Travis and Susan Isabella Travis

In the name of God Amen: I William Barret Travis of the town of San Felipe in Austin's Colony State of Coahuila & Texas; & by the laws of Colonization an adopted citizen of the same; who by the permition of divine Providence, now enjoy good health with a sound & disposing mind, believing in the doctrines of Christianity & of the holy church & taking into consideration the uncertainty of life, knowing it is appointed for all men once to diet, & in order that the mind shall at that time be released from the care of all temporal concerns, have thought proper to make & publish this act, as my last Will & Testament in the manner & from following; hereby revoking all others by me made.
     First, I recommend my soul to God the Allmighty & maker from whence it emanated & my body to its mother earth to receive christian burial, & as it respects the worldly goods which it has pleased God to bestow in this life; my will & desire is that they be disposed of as follows, to wit,
     I wish all of my unsettled businesses to be brought to a close in the course of two years, if possible, & all of my just debts paid; after which, my will & desire is that the remainder & residue of my personal property be immediately placed in the hands of the guardians of my two legitimate, to wit, Charles Edward Travis, & my daughter, Susan Isabella Travis whom I appoint as my sole heirs & all of my personal effects so remaining, to be equally divided between my son & daughter so soon as they become of age or marry.
     And all the landed property of which I may die seized, my wish is that it remain unsold until my said children shall become of age, or marry & then to be equally divided between them share & share alike. My will & desire is that all the property real, personal, or mixed which I may own at the time of my decease by equally divided between my son and daughter, except such portion as may be coming to me from my fathers estate which I wish to go to my daughter.
     And that my son Charles E. Travis be vested in full property to the said designated half as above expressed to the use of him, & the heirs of his body begotten forever; and also that my daughter Susan Isabella Travis, be vested in full property to her designated portion, to the use of herself, & the heirs of her body begotten forever. My said heirs to be considered of age & capable of receiving their property on marrying, or when they arrive at the age of twenty one years respectively.
     It is furthermore my particular will & desire, that if either my son or daughter should die childless, that than, & in that case, the portion alotted to the one so dying shall immediately revert to the one which may be living & the heirs of his or her body begotten, & in case both should die childless, then & in that case I bequeath the whole in equal portions to my three sisters to wit, Sarah Ann, Emily, & Ann Adaline Travis and their children, & if either of the above named should die childless, then such portion to revert in equal portions to those which may be living & their children.
     I hereby appoint the Revd James A. Butler of the state of Alabama, as guardian of my son Charles E. Travis with instructions that he receive a good collegiate education.
     I also hereby appoint Mr. Williams M. Cato as guardian to my daughter Susan Isabella Travis, with instructions that she receive an ample & complete English Education.
     And for the purposes of executing this my will, I hereby appoint my friend Henry Smith Esqr now of the Jurisdiction of Columbia my lawful Executor who shall receive ten per cent on all amounts he may pay over to the guardians of my heirs as a compensation for his services.
     In the event of death or other cause the guardian above appointed for my son should fail to act I appoint in his stead John Rice Jones of this town; & in the event of death or other cause the guardian above appointed for my daughter should fail to act, I appoint Thomas S. Roach of the state of Alabama in his stead; and in the event of death or other inability, the above appointed Executor should fail to act, in that case I appoint in his stead John Rice Jones Esqr now of the town of San Felipe. And if from any cause whatever, any or all of the foregoing appointments should fail, my desire is that the civil authorities repose the said trust or trusts in persons worthy & capable of performing the same in good faith, requiring of said guardians in all cases, security in at least double the amount of the property put in their hands for their faithful performance.
     In Testimony & confirmation of all & singular the foregoing provision & dispositions, I sign this act in the presence of the undersigned witnesses who have been called for the purposes. I having dictated & caused the same to be written in one continued act, without turning aside to others; desiring all persons & authorized to respect the same as my last Will & Testament. San Felipe de Austin May the 25th 1835 A.D. one thousand Eight hundred & thirty five.
     /s/W. Barret Trvis [No witnesses names were signed on the sheet of paper upon which the original will was written]
Filed in office 4 Jan 1837, E. A. Winfield clk P.C.C.B.3 
Mexican War*1836 He served in the US War with Mexico in The Battle at the Alamo, San Antonio, Bexar Co., Texas, in 1836. 
Death*6 Mar 1836 He died at The Battle at the Alamo, San Antonio, Bexar Co., Texas, on 6 Mar 1836 at age 26.1 

Family

Rosannah E. Cato (3 May 1812 - 1848)
Marriage*26 Oct 1828 He married Rosannah E. Cato at Claiborne, Monroe Co., Alabama, on 26 Oct 1828 at age 19.1 
Children
Last Edited5 Sep 2012

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
  2. Dorothy S. Crook - Chair - Conecuh Co. Heritage Book Committee, The Heritage of Conecuh County, Alabama, Heritage Publishing Consultants: Clanton, AL, 2002.
    Page 211. "Travis Family" article by James Cary Travis, Route 1, Box 135, McKenzie, AL 36456. Ph 334-374-8197.
  3. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
    Transcribed by Nancy Presley-Holley from the Holdings of the Texas State Archives, Austin, Travis County, Texas.
  4. Named in his father's will.
  5. Named in her father's will.

Rosannah E. Cato1

Female, #46402, (3 May 1812 - 1848)
Birth*3 May 1812 Rosannah was born at Claiborne, Monroe Co., Alabama, on 3 May 1812. She was the daughter of William Cato, Sr. and Sarah Massey.1 
Marriage*26 Oct 1828 She married Colonel William Barrett Travis at Claiborne, Monroe Co., Alabama, on 26 Oct 1828 at age 16.1 
Married Name26 Oct 1828  As of 26 Oct 1828, her married name was Travis.1 
Birth of Sonsay 1830 Her son Charles Edward Travis was born say 1830. 
Death of Spouse6 Mar 1836 Her husband Colonel William Barrett Travis died on 6 Mar 1836 at The Battle at the Alamo, San Antonio, Bexar Co., Texas.1 
Death*1848 She died at New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, in 1848.1 

Family

Colonel William Barrett Travis (1 Aug 1809 - 6 Mar 1836)
Children
Last Edited21 Sep 2002

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
  2. Named in his father's will.
  3. Named in her father's will.

Nicholas Stallworth Travis1

Male, #46403, (10 Sep 1810 - 6 May 1863)
Father*Mark Butler Travis Sr.1 (6 Sep 1783 - 4 Sep 1836)
Mother*Jemima Stallworth1 (6 Sep 1783 - c 1855)
Birth*10 Sep 1810 He was born on 10 Sep 1810 at Red Bank, Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Relocationcirca 1818 He, as a family member, accompanied Mark Butler Travis Sr. in relocating circa 1818; The Creek Indians ceded much of South Alabama in 1814, and from part of this land, Monroe County was formed on 29 Jun 1815 by the Mississippi Territorial Governor. The Alabama Territory was created on 3 Mar 1817, and the AL Territorial legislature formed Conecuh County on 13 Feb 1818 from part of Monroe County.2 
Marriage*1829 He married Mary Wilson at Butler Co., Alabama, in 1829.1 
1830 Census1 Jun 1830 Nicholas was probably a free white male, age 15 and under 20, in Mark Butler Travis Sr.'s household, on the 1830 Census at Conecuh Co., Alabama.3 
Death of Father4 Sep 1836 His father Mark Butler Travis Sr. died on 4 Sep 1836 at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Marriage*1 Nov 1842 He married Elizabeth A. Joiner at Alabama on 1 Nov 1842 at age 32.1 
Death of Mothercirca 1855 His mother Jemima Stallworth died circa 1855 at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
1860 Census*1 Jun 1860 Nicholas was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at Nathansville, Conecuh Co., Alabama. (Nick S. Travis, 50, M, Farmer, RE=1000, PE=20000, SC; Elizabeth Travis, 37, F, AL; Wm Travis, 17, M, Farm Overseer, AL; Frances Travis, 16, F, AL; James Travis, 14, M, AL; Isabella Travis, 11, F, AL; Joseph Travis, 9 M, AL; Nicholas Travis, 7, M, AL; Jno Travis, 3, M, AL).4 
Death*6 May 1863 He died at Brewton, Escambia Co., Alabama, on 6 May 1863 at age 52.1 

Family 1

Mary Wilson (18 Nov 1808 - before 1842)
Marriage*1829 He married Mary Wilson at Butler Co., Alabama, in 1829.1 

Family 2

Elizabeth A. Joiner (21 Sep 1822 - after 1863)
Marriage*1 Nov 1842 He married Elizabeth A. Joiner at Alabama on 1 Nov 1842 at age 32.1 
Last Edited21 Sep 2002

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
  2. Dorothy S. Crook - Chair - Conecuh Co. Heritage Book Committee, The Heritage of Conecuh County, Alabama, Heritage Publishing Consultants: Clanton, AL, 2002.
    Page 211. "Travis Family" article by James Cary Travis, Route 1, Box 135, McKenzie, AL 36456. Ph 334-374-8197.
  3. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Unk Twp, Conecuh Co., AL, page 98, Ancestry.com image 19 transcribed by Warren Culpepper
    MarkeTravis, 2M0-4, 1M5-9, 1M15-19, 1M40-49, 1F0-4, 1F10-14, 1F15-19, 1F20-29, 1F40-49.
    Unaccounted for are 1F0-4 and 1F20-29. Perhaps this was Rosannah Cato, wife of William Barrett Travis, and a daughter. He abandoned his family early and by 1831 was living in Texas, never to return.
  4. 1860 Federal Census, United States.
    Nathansville, Conecuh Co., AL, page 1019, Ancestry.com image 11 transcribed by Warren Culpepper.

Mary Wilson1

Female, #46404, (18 Nov 1808 - before 1842)
Name Variation She was also known as Polly. 
Birth*18 Nov 1808 Mary was born at South Carolina on 18 Nov 1808. She was the daughter of George Wilson.1 
Marriage*1829 She married Nicholas Stallworth Travis at Butler Co., Alabama, in 1829.1 
Married Name1829  As of 1829, her married name was Travis.1 
Death*before 1842 She died at Alabama before 1842.1 

Family

Nicholas Stallworth Travis (10 Sep 1810 - 6 May 1863)
Last Edited15 Oct 2003

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20

Elizabeth A. Joiner1

Female, #46405, (21 Sep 1822 - after 1863)
Birth*21 Sep 1822 Elizabeth was born at Alabama on 21 Sep 1822. She was the daughter of Joseph Joiner.1 
Marriage*1 Nov 1842 She married Nicholas Stallworth Travis at Alabama on 1 Nov 1842 at age 20.1 
Married Name1 Nov 1842  As of 1 Nov 1842, her married name was Travis.1 
1860 Census1 Jun 1860 Elizabeth was listed as a household member living with Nicholas Stallworth Travis in the 1860 Census at Nathansville, Conecuh Co., Alabama.2 
Death*after 1863 She died at Escambia Co., Alabama, after 1863.1 

Family

Nicholas Stallworth Travis (10 Sep 1810 - 6 May 1863)
Last Edited21 Sep 2002

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
  2. 1860 Federal Census, United States.
    Nathansville, Conecuh Co., AL, page 1019, Ancestry.com image 11 transcribed by Warren Culpepper.

Andrew Jackson Travis1

Male, #46406, (1 Mar 1816 - 1816)
Father*Mark Butler Travis Sr.1 (6 Sep 1783 - 4 Sep 1836)
Mother*Jemima Stallworth1 (6 Sep 1783 - c 1855)
Birth*1 Mar 1816 He was born on 1 Mar 1816 at Red Bank, Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Death*1816 He died at Red Bank, Edgefield District, South Carolina, in 1816.1 
Last Edited12 Dec 2003

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20

Margaret A. Travis1

Female, #46407, (7 Jan 1818 - 1818)
Father*Mark Butler Travis Sr.1 (6 Sep 1783 - 4 Sep 1836)
Mother*Jemima Stallworth1 (6 Sep 1783 - c 1855)
Name Variation She was also known as Peggy. 
Birth*7 Jan 1818 She was born on 7 Jan 1818 at Red Bank, Edgefield District, South Carolina.1 
Death*1818 She died at Red Bank, Edgefield District, South Carolina, in 1818.1 
Last Edited12 Dec 2003

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20

Nancy Adeline Travis1

Female, #46408, (9 Feb 1820 - )
Father*Mark Butler Travis Sr.1 (6 Sep 1783 - 4 Sep 1836)
Mother*Jemima Stallworth1 (6 Sep 1783 - c 1855)
Birth*9 Feb 1820 She was born on 9 Feb 1820 at South Carolina.1 
1830 Census1 Jun 1830 Nancy was probably a free white female, age 10 and under 15, in Mark Butler Travis Sr.'s household, on the 1830 Census at Conecuh Co., Alabama.2 
Will25 May 1835 Emily, Sarah, Nancy, Charles and Susan named as heir(s) at Austin, Travis Co., Texas, on 25 May 1835.3 
Married Name8 Apr 1847  As of 8 Apr 1847, her married name was Kilpatrick.1 
Marriage*8 Apr 1847 She married Rufus H. Kilpatrick at Grove Hill, Clarke Co., Alabama, on 8 Apr 1847 at age 27.1 

Family

Rufus H. Kilpatrick (circa 1812 - )
Last Edited21 Sep 2002

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
  2. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Unk Twp, Conecuh Co., AL, page 98, Ancestry.com image 19 transcribed by Warren Culpepper
    MarkeTravis, 2M0-4, 1M5-9, 1M15-19, 1M40-49, 1F0-4, 1F10-14, 1F15-19, 1F20-29, 1F40-49.
    Unaccounted for are 1F0-4 and 1F20-29. Perhaps this was Rosannah Cato, wife of William Barrett Travis, and a daughter. He abandoned his family early and by 1831 was living in Texas, never to return.
  3. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20
    Transcribed by Nancy Presley-Holley from the Holdings of the Texas State Archives, Austin, Travis County, Texas.

Rufus H. Kilpatrick1

Male, #46409, (circa 1812 - )
Birth*circa 1812 He was born circa 1812 at North Carolina.1 
Marriage*8 Apr 1847 He married Nancy Adeline Travis at Grove Hill, Clarke Co., Alabama, on 8 Apr 1847.1 

Family

Nancy Adeline Travis (9 Feb 1820 - )
Last Edited21 Sep 2002

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20

Prior Smallwood Travis1

Male, #46410, (11 Feb 1822 - 25 Jan 1824)
Father*Mark Butler Travis Sr.1 (6 Sep 1783 - 4 Sep 1836)
Mother*Jemima Stallworth1 (6 Sep 1783 - c 1855)
Birth*11 Feb 1822 He was born on 11 Feb 1822 at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 
Death*25 Jan 1824 He died at Conecuh Co., Alabama, on 25 Jan 1824 at age 1.1 
Last Edited21 Sep 2002

Citations

  1. Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=bluebonnets20