16636Re: [genpcncfir] Re: Allen & Braxton family in Dickson Co., TN
- Jan 30, 2008Dear Linda,
Thanks for adding to our discussion of these
Braxtons. I recall reading in one of our Quarterlies
of the Pitt County Family Researchers of a Braxton son
who had moved to Tennessee to buy land to farm so that
he could support his family.
His return home to visit had been duly noted in the
local paper whose reporter had interviewed this
The returning Braxton had come back home in hopes
of finding affordable land in order to move his family
back to Pitt.
It seems that with his parents getting older and
his children growing up he wanted to be near his
parents in their old age. Unable on this visit still
to find enough acreage to support himself, he went
back once more to his Tennessee home.
I'll check my Quarterlies to pin point which family
this selection was located.
--- Linda E <ljeckerd@...> wrote:
> Hi Carol,____________________________________________________________________________________
> As far as I know my line did not go to Dickson Co.
> TN. Lacey & son
> Elias A. Braxton went to Hawkins to Warren (1870),
> Cannon (1880),
> Lincoln and Marshall Counties in TN. One of Lacey's
> sons by Livina
> went to Coffee Co., then Elias went on to Parker Co.
> Texas. The
> photos of Elias and his children Laura (my
> grgrandmother) and John
> are in the Photo section here in Kenny's album.
> Linda E.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "adam_cscott"
> > Hello friends!
> > regarding the statement "my Allen and Braxton
> family merge in
> > Dickson County Tenn"...
> > Did you know that Dickson Co., TN has a new
> heritage book? It is
> > one of the finest Heritage Books ever. The
> website is:
> > http://www.dicksontnheritage.com
> > Enjoy!
> > --- In email@example.com, Carol Singh
> > <csinghworthington@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Dear John,
> > > You are probably right about your Braxton
> > > to James Braxton, Jr. Linda Eckerd, who has
> > > corresponded with you, or Kenny Braxton, who has
> > > Braxton website, would be the most likely of our
> > > family to have early photos. Kenny has photos
> > > on his web. Linda has sent me some of hers. One
> > > particularly stands out for me is that of Elias
> > > Braxton, my cousin who wrote from his home in
> Texas to
> > > the editor of the Greenville Daily Reflector in
> > > [Pitt County Family Researchers' Genealogy
> > > Feb. 1995 I believe is the issue in which that
> > > with his family information in it is contained].
> > > I was so impressed that I copied that photo
> > > showed it to my family. My younger brother could
> > > his clone.
> > > Back to you shortly,
> > > Carol
> > > --- John Meyer <hookipajohn@> wrote:
> > >
> > > >
> > > > I am researching so many parts of my family I
> > > > sometimes if I responded to this e-mail.
> > > >
> > > > 1. RICHARD R.1 ALLEN was born Abt. 1768 in
> > > > Carolina, and died Bef. 25 May 1840 in Madison
> > > > County,
> > > > MS. He married (1) MARY BRAXTON Bef. 1786 in
> > > > County, TN (Originally Part Of NC). She was
> > > > born in NC, and died Bef. 1835 in Madison
> > > > MS. He married (2) JANE FOSTER 24 Aug 1835 in
> > > > Madison County, MS. She was born 1785, and
> died 11
> > > > Nov 1865 in Madison County, MS.
> > > >
> > > > As you can see my Allen and Braxton family
> merge in
> > > > Dickson County Tenn. I am assuming that this
> must be
> > > > the daughter of James Braxton Jr. I would love
> > > > have a Braxton family group sheet to find my
> > > > great grandmother and then to see her family.
> > > >
> > > > John
> > > >
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