Re: [jacksongenealogy] Cavin/Matthews/Davis/Lee
- Yes, my gggrandfather was George J Lee married to
Nancy J Higginbotham. Thank you for the information.
Phobe Lee had Deborah Emaline, Mary Angeline, Malinda,
Samuel,and George J Lee.
I found a Malinda married to Levi Mashborne, which I
believe is Phobe's daughter. Some of the information
seems to fit anyway. Also found Mary Davis in The
1880 census with Pheba living with her.
1880 census, Jackson Co, Trenton
Levi Mashborne, head, 30, farmer, b. Tn Tn Tn
Malinda, wife, 35, Al Tn Al
James A, son, 12, Al
Levi N,son, 10, al
Mary E, dau, 8, Al
William, son, 6, Al
Pheba E, dau, 2, Al
Margaret, dau, 1/12, May 1880
1880 Census, Jackson Co Trenton
Martin Davis, head, 18, farmer Tn Tn Tn
Mary, wife, 23, Al, SC, NC
Pheba Lee, mother in law, widow, NC NC NC
I have corresponded with Terry Lee, he has been a gret
help to me.
Thanks again for the children of Mary and Martin
--- caroledavis3@... wrote:
> WAs your ggrandfather George Lee or William Allen_______________________________
> Davis? If it is George I
> think you are actually tracking the Sanders family
> of Jackson Co Ala. Phoebe
> Sanders Lee had 3 children. Debbie -who married a
> Fowler and had 9 children
> and the other child was George by her first husband.
> Mary Angeline had 5
> children while living at the Mud Creek community of
> Jackson Co Ala. Laurah
> Pencenia Davis born 5Aug 1880, Ada Emaline Davis
> born 28 Dec. 1881, Martha Davis
> birth date unknown - she died young from salivation
> caused by taking calomel
> medicine and she died unmarried , Thomas Allen
> Davis born 1 Nov. 1889. and
> Lemuel Richard Davis born 22 Jan 1897.
> William Allen Davis married Angie Cavin and they had
> 4 children. Louis
> Claiborne ( Bud ) Lee was the fourth son of Mary
> Elizabeth Davis Lee. and a half
> brother of John Henry Davis, Martin VAn Buren Davis
> , William Allen Davis and
> Hattie Lee. Louis married Lyda Strange at
> 'Albertsville Alabama in 1892. They
> had a total of 10 children.
> Now before I completely confuse you let's back up.
> Mary Lou Lee was born in
> Penn on 19 Jan 1807 and married Louis Davis around
> 1835. She and Louis had
> two daughters - Mary Elizabeth born on 15 May 1839
> in Penn and Nancy born in
> 1841. They moved to Tenn around 1847. Nancy
> (Nannie) was married to James (Jim)
> Lee on 25 Dec 1862 Winnchester Franklin Co Tenn. by
> E. H. Poe Justice of the
> Peace. Nancy and James Lee were cousins and had one
> daughter - Hattie Lee
> born about 1860 in Tenn. Mary Elizabeth married
> William Allen Davis in Tenn in
> 1858/1859 and they had 3 children. John Henry,
> Martin VAnBuren and William
> Allen Jr.
> Nancy took sick during the war and died. Before she
> died she asked her
> sister to take her daughter Hattie and raise her and
> then marry her husband James
> Lee. James Lee and Nancy were married around 1864
> and from this marriage came
> Louis Claiborne Lee.
> There are 2 James Lee. One who married first Nancy
> Lee and then her sister
> Mary Elizsabeth. The other James Lee was in Marion
> Co Tex and my father in law
> knew him personally.
> I have just a lot of stuff to copy and send to you.
> We are going out of
> town this week end so it will be next week before I
> can get it all copied. There
> are probably 25 to 35 pages to send to you. I will
> copy some of these
> letters that Louie Davis first wrote to the Alabama
> cousins back in the
> 1970's. There is a lot of talk about these Lee's
> being kin to Robert E Lee but so
> far this has not been proven. We have a cousin
> Terry Lee that is also on the
> Jackson Co email list and he has done a lot of
> research on this line and so
> far there is no proof that they are any kin to RE
> Lee. Of course everyone in
> the South wants to be kin to him.. Louie started
> doing his research way
> before it was popular. You couldn't even zerox
> anything when he started. So
> remember it is always good to compare notes and
> research it for yourself. I'm
> sorry to say that I haven't done very much with this
> line. That is my goal for
> the year to start on this line and see what else I
> can find. TTYL CArole
> [Non-text portions of this message have been
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