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Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


Prudence Netherland

Possibly born in Rapides or Ouachita Parish, Louisiana


Lewis Warren Neatherlin

Research needed: Many notable citizens of the Weed area came from Texas before 1896, including ... Other people who have been identified as being in the area by the year 1885 include Captain Wilkinson, Jim Baird, A.C. McDonald, McPherson and Biggs Booth, the Rev. John Hunter, William Ratliff, William Miller, Mary Hughes, Lucretia Miller, W.W. Davis, Amos McKeen, Frank Garst, L.W. Neatherlin, John Mack, F.E. McCleary, A.F. McEwan, D. Penrod, E.O. Thomas, W.R. Keeny, Nelson Davis, Tulk, W.J. Green, C.F. Hilton, P.G. Lemons, Wayland and sons, Washburn, Woods, Watts and Wilcox.
James Thomas Coons was born on Aug 28, 1830 in Alabama. He died on Nov 26, 1898 in Whitney, Hill County, Texas. Lived: Gonzales/Caldwell County TX 1854-1860s; Bell County TX 1860s-1870s; Concho County TX 1870s-after 1880 James T. Coons was a cousin of Lewis W. Neatherlin and James M. Neatherlin who married Mary Ann Clinton and Susan C. Clinton , daughters of William Clinton and Caroline Roberts.

Lived:
1837-38 Pickens Co. Alabama 1838-50's Caldwell Co. Texas 1850's-60's Williamson Co. Texas 1860's-70's Atascosa Co. Texas 1870's-81 Frio Co. Texas 1882-1910's Lincoln Co. New Mexico

He was famous for having the first cattle trail herd driven north to the railroad. He was tax assessor for the state of New Mexico for many years.

1870 Federal Census for Atascosa County, Texas, Dwelling/Family 420
Name Age Sex Race Occ. Born
L. W. Netherlin 38 M W Farmer MS
Mary E. 33 F W Keeping House MS
Maria L. 16 F W At Home TX
Alice V. 14 F W Attending School TX
Francis I. 11 F W Attending School TX
Fredona S. 5 F W TX
Albert Lee 2 M W TX
Henry C. 2/12 M W TX

Museum of the Western Prairie, Altus OK
Up the Trail in '76: The Journal of Lewis Warren Neatherlin, is an account of a cattle drive on the Western Trail in 1876. The original diary is part of the museum collection.

1880 Federal Census for Frio County, Texas Page No 27, Enumeration Dist. 59 - 17 June 1880, Dwelling 232, Family 240.
Name Color Sex Age Rel Occupation Birth Place
Neatherlin, Lewis W. w m 48 Stock raiser AL AL MS
Mary E. w f 43 wife Keeping House TX MS AL
Alice V. w f 24 dau at Home TX MS AL
Fredonia w f 14 dau at Home TX MS AL
Albert L. w m 12 son at School TX MS AL
Spiva A. w m 6 son TX MS AL
Mary A. w f 3 dau TX MS AL
Earl L. w m 7/12 son TX MS AL


Mary Elizabeth Clinton

Children of ALEXANDER ROBERTS and EDNA SHIPP are:
x. CAROLINE"CARRIE"3 ROBERTS, b. January 16, 1857, Blanco Co. Texas; d. June 28, 1924, Llano Co. Texas.
10. CAROLINE ROBERTS (DANIEL1, CORNELIUSA) b. 1816; d. 1846, Seguin, Texas; m. WILLIAM CLINTON, 1836, Pickens Co. Alabama; b. 1810; d. May 12, 1848, on board ship from Vera Cruz, Mexico.
Children of CAROLINE ROBERTS and WILLIAM CLINTON are:
i. MARY ELIZABETH ANN3 CLINTON, b. July 04, 1837, Pickens Co, Alabama; d. April 10, 1919, Chaves Co. NM; m. LEWIS WARREN NEATHERLIN, December 21, 1854, Belmont, Guadalupe Co. Texas.
ii. JAMES H CLINTON, b. 1840.
xi. ROBERT CARR ROBERTS, b. October 01, 1858, Llano Co. Texas; d. May 27, 1951, Fredericksburg, Gillespie Co. Texas; m. LATTIE FRANCIS HARRISON, January 11, 1887, Gillespie Co. Texas; b. Gillespie Co. Texas.
xii. MARGUERITE "MAGGIE" ROBERTS, b. 1861, Blanco Co Texas; d. Aft. 1910, Mexico City, Mexico; m. R. BATES RENICK, June 19, 1878; b. June 19, 1878, Gillespie Co. Texas.
xiii. MAY ULYSSES ROBERTS, b. May 10, 1866, Llano Co, Texas; m. (1) W. CROWNOVER, February 04, 1884, Gillespie Co. Texas; m. (2) EARNEST K. TURBIVILLE, May 29, 1892, Gillespie Co. Texas.
xiv. EXELIA OLGA ROBERTS, b. 1868, Llano Co, Texas; m. G. W. RENICK, October 02, 1889, Gillespie Co. Texas.
xv. EVA R. ROBERTS, b. January 01, 1871; m. CHARLES B. THOMPSON, July 11, 1890, Gillespie Co. Texas.
xvi. MANSEL YOUNG ROBERTS, b. 1873, Blanco Co. Texas; m. MARY AGNES SHEPPARD, September 01, 1897, Gillespie Co. Texas; b. Gillespie Co. Texas.
xvii. THOMAS F ROBERTS, b. 1875, Travis , Texas; d. 1954, Llano City Cemetery, Llano Co. Texas; m. IDA IRENE YOUNG, December 19, 1903, Gillespie Co. Texas.9. CAROLINE2 ROBERTS (DANIEL1, CORNELIUSA) was born 1816, and died 1846 in Seguin, Texas. She married WILLIAM CLINTON 1836 in Pickens Co. Alabama. He was born 1810, and died May 12, 1848 in on board ship from Vera Cruz, Mexico.


1870 Federal Census for Atascosa County, Texas, Dwelling/Family 420
Name Age Sex Race Occ. Born
L. W. Netherlin 38 M W Farmer MS
Mary E. 33 F W Keeping House MS

1880 Federal Census for Frio County, Texas Page No 27, Enumeration Dist. 59 - 17 June 1880, Dwelling 232, Family 240
Name Color Sex Age Rel Occupation Birth Place
Mary E. w f 43 wife Keeping House TX MS AL


Henry Clinton Mabry Neatherlin

1870 Federal Census for Atascosa County, Texas, Dwelling/Family 420
Name Age Sex Race Occ. Born
Henry C. 2/12 M W TX


Vicaris Nettles

Vicaris married Margeret.


Jesse Nettles Sr.

Research needed:
1830 Census for Saint Landry Parish, Louisiana
18-22 NETTLES William 3 white males, 6 white females

Research needed:
Index of the 1840 Census of Caldwell Parish, Louisiana National Archive Microfilm
Isham Nettles
Jesse Nettles
William Nettles


John Nettles

John's wife name was Elizabeth.


Elisha Nettles

According to Mrs. Joseph Theodore Nettles(Jessie Frances Rushing): Elisha came to Mississippi from South Carolina and is of Dutch descent.

1850 Federal Census for Franklin Co., Mississippi:
Indicated Elizabeth Crider Nettles was living with her son Frederick D. Nettles and with her was Jane Nettles 12, f, mulatto. Jane would have been born in 1838 and since she was listed as a Nettles could have been a daughter of Elisha or one of his sons.


Elizabeth Christine Grider

1850 Federal Census for Franklin Co., Mississippi:
Indicated Elizabeth Crider Nettles was living with her son Frederick D. Nettles and with her was Jane Nettles 12, f, mulatto. Jane would have been born in 1838 and since she was listed as a Nettles could have been a daughter of Elisha or one of his sons.


Dixon Wainwright

Research needed, no known connection:
1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
William D. WAINWRIGHT Self M Male W 55 AL Stock Raising SC SC
Mary Ann WAINWRIGHT Wife M Female W 60 AL Keeping House VA SC
Mary Ann JAY Dau M Female W 24 MS AL AL
Phillip A. JAY GSon S Male W 7 MS MS MS
Anna V. JAY GDau S Female W 5 MS MS MS
Eddie J. JAY GSon S Male W 3 MS MS MS
Mami Lee JAY GDau S Female W 1 AL MS MS
District 181, Beat 4, Washington, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254034, NA Film Number T9-0034 , Page Number 150C