Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


Elizabeth BRIMBERRY

1.  Elizabeth & Thomas moved to Texas in 1836, settling in present Freestone County.


Abraham B. "Abe" BEARDEN

1.  Abram was in the Civil War,  CSA, Co. "G", 18th Regt. Texas Infantry.


James A. JONES

1.  Buried in Little River Baptist Church Cemetery, Jones Prairie, Milam, Texas.


David Wilson CAMPBELL

1.  Page 393 of Notes & Biographical Sketches said Sam was born 12 May 1813.  

2.  Sam served in Texas Army @ San Jacinto.

3.  He was a member of Captain Joseph B. Chance's Company and was among those who were detailed to guard the camp opposite Harrisburgh, April 21, 1836.

4.  In the Comptroller's Military Service Record No. 1050 it is certified that he served in the army from March 20, to June 20, 1836.

5.  When he was discharged he was a member of Captain Peter B. Dexter's Company.  

6.  He was appointed Second Lieutenant of the Fourth Company of a corps of Mounted Riflemen December 14, 1836 by President Sam Houston.

7.  He had a warn affection toward the Methodist Church and for that reason he gave ten acres of land to the Harmoney Methodist Churh.  His sentiments were expressed in these words, "to be be used for the benefit and enjoyment of said Church".  About 3-1/2 acres of this plot were dedicated a a grave yard and know as the Campbell Cemetery.


Rosetta "Rose" JONES

1.  It appears that Rose may have died from complications of childbirth.


David Wilson CAMPBELL

1.  Page 393 of Notes & Biographical Sketches said Sam was born 12 May 1813.  

2.  Sam served in Texas Army @ San Jacinto.

3.  He was a member of Captain Joseph B. Chance's Company and was among those who were detailed to guard the camp opposite Harrisburgh, April 21, 1836.

4.  In the Comptroller's Military Service Record No. 1050 it is certified that he served in the army from March 20, to June 20, 1836.

5.  When he was discharged he was a member of Captain Peter B. Dexter's Company.  

6.  He was appointed Second Lieutenant of the Fourth Company of a corps of Mounted Riflemen December 14, 1836 by President Sam Houston.

7.  He had a warn affection toward the Methodist Church and for that reason he gave ten acres of land to the Harmoney Methodist Churh.  His sentiments were expressed in these words, "to be be used for the benefit and enjoyment of said Church".  About 3-1/2 acres of this plot were dedicated a a grave yard and know as the Campbell Cemetery.


Dana Maria Frances "Ann" MAYS

1.  Dana Maria Francis Mayes, married UNKNOWN Cyrus, and was a widow when she married Sam.