Selected Families and Individuals


Luther Osmer HUDSON

1.  After Camilla died in 1920, Luther married her youner sister Clara and had one child.


1.  Researchers have given different mainen names:  McSwain

Luther Osmer HUDSON

1.  After Camilla died in 1920, Luther married her youner sister Clara and had one child.

Thomas Washington "TW" HARRELL

1.  Thomas was a Confederate Veteran who enlisted in 1862 as a private in Company "E", 17th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, CSA.  He served the Confederacy in this capacity until 10 Mar 1865, when he suffered a scalp wound during a battle.  An account of that battle, and other information about the 17th Regiment, can be found at the collowing website found by Mike Hale:  

2.  TW and his family moved to Milam County, Texas in 1870, settling near Maysfield.

3.  TW was a Mason, a primitive Baptist, and a Democrat.

4.  He served a term as County Commissioner for Milam County.

5.  He lived 66 years, 9 months, & 17 days.


1.  1880 Census of Independence, Montgomery County, Kansas.

2.  Military:  1862 Company "D" 28th Iowa Infantry Regiment.


1.  May have been named Myrtilla

Capt. Morgan "Mod" MORGAN

1.  "Mod" was a  Revolutionery War Soldier  under Capt. William Haymond, served as Lt. in the Virginia Militia, and was later a Capt.   He also served under Capt. Zachquill Morgan, his uncle, in Lord Dunmore's War.

2.  He owned slaves and desired his female slaves be emancipated at the age of 24;  males at the age of 33.  From his Will, he seems to have owned at least 5; 2 adult females, Elizabeth and Delila who had 3 infants between them.  His will is given on pp 118-120 of French Morgan's book.  The will itself, is recorded in Will Book 1, page 45, at Morgantown, W. Va.

3.  He served Monongalia County as a Justice of the Peace, up until 17 Aug 1815.

4.  Kelly Lee Ward's records has his year of death as 1829.  Will proved September 1829.

Mary Drusilla PRICKETT

1.  Mary was a TWIN to Isaac.

William Dinsmore MORGAN

1.  Alternate place of birth:  Edgar County, Illinois.

2.  W. D. & Lodema lived in what is now Lee County, Texas, except for a short stay in Jackson County, Texas.

3.  The 1850 Panola County, Texas Census shows on 1 Oct 1850 that William was living in Panola County with his mother and siblings.  

4.  He served in Hood's Brigade.

5.  Page 42 Vol 3 No 2 Jan 19th Morgan Migrations, James David Walker's records.

6.  LDS ordinances - Batism, Endowment, Child Sealing done.


1.  Lodema & W.D. were divorced after their seven sons were grown.

2.  She and sons lived for a time near Paige in Bastrop County.

3.  By 1900 Lodema and most of the sons had settled in the Smyrna Community of Milam County, Texas.

4.  Alternate place of burial:   Chriesman Chapel Cemetery, near Deanville, Burleson, Texas.  There is no tombstone.