Mark Butler Travis Jr.1
Male, #46412, (18 May 1827 - 6 May 1863)
|Birth*||18 May 1827 ||He was born on 18 May 1827 at Old Town, Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 |
|1830 Census||1 Jun 1830 ||Mark and James was probably a free white male, age under 5, in Mark Butler Travis Sr.'s houshold, on the 1830 Census at Conecuh Co., Alabama.2 |
|Death of Father||4 Sep 1836 ||His father Mark Butler Travis Sr. died on 4 Sep 1836 at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 |
|Mexican War*||between May 1846 and Aug 1846 ||He served in the US War with Mexico between May 1846 and Aug 1846|
(Company A (Seibel's Company) of Raiford's Battalion of the Alabama Volunteers.)
|Marriage*||2 Mar 1854 ||He married Louisa Bradley at Monroe Co., Alabama, on 2 Mar 1854 at age 26.3 |
|Death of Mother||circa 1855 ||His mother Jemima Stallworth died circa 1855 at Conecuh Co., Alabama.1 |
|Death*||6 May 1863 ||He died at Conecuh Co., Alabama, on 6 May 1863 at age 35.1 |
- Texasnmyheart, compiler, e-mail address, From Dogwood to Bluebonnets, Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), 2000-2005.
- 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.
- Family Adventures, compiler, Early Alabama Marriages (36 vols.), Shreveport, Louisiana: J & W Ent., 1991, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.1 V2e.