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Enoch Richard Albritton

E. R. Albritton was on the Roll for Company E 19th Regiment, Louisiana Volunteers. published in the Farmerville Gazette, September 1898.
One report says this Company was inducted into Confederate service October 23, 1861, at Camp Monroe, Louisiana by Captain James G. Devereaux of the C.S.A.
Another report says their slogan was "Stars of Equality". and they were organized at Camp Moore on November 19, 1861.

"List of Registered Names in Union Parish La - Filed Sept 6th 1867, J. M. Reid, Clerk"
Page 27: 874. Enoch Albritton

Louisiana Confederate Pension Application Record: Index Aarons - Ayrond Donated by the Louisiana State Archives
INDEX_NAME; REEL; MICRODEX; MICRODEX__; PAGES; TARGET
ALBRITTON, E. R.; CP1.1; 4.000000; 49.000000; 7.000000; ALBRITTON, E. R.
ALBRITTON, E. R.; CP1.1; 4.000000; 51.000000; 2.000000; ALBRITTON, ELIZA
ALBRITTON, ELIZA (TAYLOR); CP1.1; 4.000000; 51.000000; 2.000000; ALBRITTON, ELIZA

In 1880 Enoch, his family, and his half-brother John live next door to Martin Batte Lee. Martin's daughter Penny Hayes appears to have moved.

1910 Federal Census for Ward 1, Union Parish, Louisiana, Sheet 14B, S District 5, En. 131, April 29, 1910, James B. Murphy
Enoch R. Albritton Head M W 66 M 41 AL GA GA E Farmer YY-
Eliza V. Albritton Wife F W 66 M 48 42 LA AL AL E None YY-
Ethil M. Albritton Dau F W 28 S LA AL LA E None YY-
Sethel Boatwright M W 12 S LA LA LA E None YYY


Eliza Virginia Taylor

1920 Census for Union Parish, Louisiana, ED: 123 Sheet No: 244A Reel No: T625-632 Division: Police Jury Ward One SD: 5 Page No: 20B Incorporated Place: Farmerville Town Enumerated on: February 9th & 10th, 1920 by: John P. Odom
86 284 289 | Albritton Eliza V. | Head | O F | F W 75 W | | Yes Yes | Alabama | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | none
87 284 289 | Albritton Ethel May | Daughter | | F W 36 S | | Yes Yes | Alabama | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | none


Emma Eliza Albritton

Submitted by Timothy Hudson
The Farmerville Gazette Wednesday, 5 Jan 1898, page 3, column 3 "IN MEMORY OF MISS EMMA ALBRITTON.
She is gone, but not forever, We shall meet her bye and bye, In that bright and heavenly land, Where the angels dwell forever. 'Twas sad, the parting, But she is ever at her rest. Free from all trials and worries Of this sinful world. A truer, kinder one never lived, A nobler heart one never owned, A lovelier character one never had, Than this dear one, who has gone to Heaven. May our Heavenly Father comfort us, In this our troubled hour, For he will hear all our prayers, Will bear our griefs and give us power. A Friend"
"After an illness of several days with slow fever Miss Emma Albritton, daughter of Mr. Enoch Albritton of this parish, died last Thursday afternoon at Natchitoches. Her father accompanied by Dr. J. G. Taylor reached her bedside the day prior to her death, in time to be recognized by his daughter. Miss Emma Albritton had laid aside a small sum of money by teaching for the past few years in the country schools of this parish, with which she intended to complete her education; but, alas! relentless death claimed her as his own and took her young life away. Her remains were brought to Farmerville Friday evening, and laid to rest Saturday in the Taylor cemetery near town. THE GAZETTE extends deep sympathy to the bereaved relatives and friends." [Note: Emma Albritton died 30 Dec 1897.]


John Fowler Albritton

The Union Parish, Louisiana Index to Succession Book Probate Records Index
Transcribed and submitted by the late Mrs. Arelia S. Breed for "The Genie", published quarterly
by the ARK-LA-TEX GENEALOGICAL ASSOCIATION, INC.
LAST NAME FIRST NAME TYPE BOOK PAGE(S) P.D. No.
Albritton John F. Dec'd Tutorship 10 549-552 1335
Albritton John F. Dec'd Tutorship 11 339-340 1335
Albritton John F. Dec'd Succession 10 555-556 1339


Raymond Baker Albritton

1920 Census for Union Parish, Louisiana, ED: 123 Sheet No: 246A Reel No: T625-632 Division: Police Jury Ward One SD: 5 Page No: 22B Incorporated Place: Farmerville Town Enumerated on: February 12th, 1920 by: John P. Odom
73 | FM | 317 322 | Albritton Lloyd W. | Head | O F | M W 36 M | | Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | Farmer General Farm Oa

80 | FM | 317 322 | Albritton Raymon | Brother | | M W 18 S | | N Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | Farmer General Farm Oa

Union Parish, Louisiana, Index to Successions 1839 - June 30, 1984
Raymond Albritton succession On Film (1980 P. D. 5147


John Landrum

Land Patents:
Date Aliquot Parts Sec/Block Township Range Fract. Section Meridian State County
8/5/1837 NENW 2/ 16-N 1-E No Louisiana LA Ouachita 80.85 acres
8/5/1837 SWSW 2/ 16-N 1-E No Louisiana LA Ouachita
4/10/1843 E½SE 33/ 17-N 1-E No Louisiana LA Ouachita 80.3 acres
4/10/1843 SENE 33/ 17-N 1-E No Louisiana LA Ouachita 40.15 acres
5/1/1847 SWNW 2/ 16-N 1-E No Louisiana LA Ouachita 80.87 acres
5/1/1847 NWSW 2/ 16-N 1-E No Louisiana LA Ouachita
9/1/1853 W½SE 33/ 17-N 1-E No Louisiana LA Ouachita 80.3 acres

Other Landrum's:
Research need to place this Benjamin Landrum:
Benjamin Landrum acquired 140.16 acres from a Land Patent on August 30, 1858 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana:
Aliquot Parts Sec.l/Block Township Range Fract. Section Meridian State County
1 13/ 16-N 3-E No Louisiana LA Ouachita
4 13/ 16-N 3-E No Louisiana LA Ouachita
S½NE 13/ 16-N 3-E No Louisiana LA Ouachita

Research needed, a possible grandchildren:
Ouachita Parish, Louisiana Marriage Book: Alen J. Landrum married Fannie Pierce on July 21, 1896.
Ouachita Parish, Louisiana Marriage Book: A. J. Landrum married Laura Young on January 7, 1886.

Research needed:
The following Landrum's married in Caddo Parish, Louisiana
05/29/1849 Jno. M. & Sarah Frances Sewall
18 Serina Landrum and Lewis Landrum
07/13/1858 Mary Jane & James W. Altaway
04/21/1876 Stephen & Fannie Hill
10/30/1878 Louisa & Henry Cole
09/26/1883 Samuel & Kate Boney
01/04/1887 Louis & Henrietta Jackson
03/13/1890 Nancy & Green Conway
08/06/1896 Ellora & Richard Birbeck
01/19/1898 Andrew H. & Theo Bryant

Research needed, no known connection:
St. Tammany Parish & Washington Parish, La. This cemetery is on first unmarked Road North of Pierce road, inside Washington Parish, and off La. Hwy. 21. "1841" on marker under name.
infant son of I D. & C. E. Landrum; could not read dates
Unmarked infant's grave
Joseph W. Landrum 4 January 1900 26 April 1976
infant - cement marker could not read
Charlie A. Landrum 16 March 1873 18 May 1937
Della L. Landrum 3 May 1877 27 September 1941

Research needed, other LA Landrum's in the Civil War:
Landrum ~ J. B. C vt. 2nd La. Cav. Roll for July and Aug., 1863 (on Landrum ~ James (also borne on Roll I J. L.), 14th La. Inf.
Landrum ~ James M. B vt. 1st (Nelligan's) La. Inf.
Landrum ~ Samuel B vt. 8th Ala. Cav Rolls of Prisoners of War, Parole


Dicie Lena Neatherland

Dicie's marriage license entry has her name spelled: Dysy Lena. The family spells her name as shown.


Jasper Landrum

Death recorded in Civil War Record, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
Landrum, Jasper, d. 26 Oct 1861, Pvt Co E 17 La Inf


Emily Landrum

Research needed:
Marriage records of Quachita Parish, Louisiana: Emma Landrum married John F. Daniels on December 29 1885.


William A. Hayes

1867 Union Parish Louisiana Voter Registration - Transcribed by Timothy D. Hudson November 2000
page 14, 437. William Hayes

Year: 1880 State: Louisiana County: Union Enumeration District: 84 Page No: 22 Reel no: T9-473 Division: Ward One Supervisor District: 3 Sheet No: 399B
LINE Name COL Se Age Relation Birth Father Mother
1 Hays Luther A W M 23 M farmer LA NC GA
2 Hays Sallie W F 19 M house keeper LA
3 Hays Martin B W M 7 S | X X LA

1920 Census for Union Parish, Louisiana, ED: 123 Sheet No: 235A Reel No: T625-632 Division: Police Jury Ward One SD: 5 Page No: 11B Incorporated Place: Farmerville Town Enumerated on: January 14th, 1920 by: John P. Odom
LINE | STREET HOUSE | DWELL FAMIL | NAME | RELATION | OW M | S CO AGE MA | IMMI NAT NATU | S REA WRI | BIRTHPLACE LANGUAGE | FATHER LANGUAGE | MOTHER LANGUAGE | E | TRADE INDUSTRY EMP
42 | FM | 195 200 | Hayes Benj. F. | Head | O F | M W 36 M | | Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | Farmer General Farm OA | 70
43 | FM | 195 200 | Hayes Etta S. | Wife | | F W 34 M | | Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | none
44 | FM | 195 200 | Hayes Arnett | Son | | M W 13 S | | X Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | none
45 | FM | 195 200 | Hayes Oland | Son | | M W 12 S | | X Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | none
46 | FM | 195 200 | Hayes Luther B. | Son | | M W 10 S | | X Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | none
47 | FM | 195 200 | Hayes Flora | Daughter | | F W 8 S | | X | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | | none
48 | FM | 195 200 | Hayes Gordie | Daughter | | F W 7 S | | X | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | | none
49 | FM | 195 200 | Hayes Eliza Jane | Daughter | | F W 5 S | | X | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | | none
50 | FM | 195 200 | Hayes Benj. F., Jr. | Son | | M W 3 10/ S | | | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | | none
51 | FM | 195 200 | Hayes Brady E. | Son | | M W 1 4/12S | | | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | | none
52 | FM | 195 200 | Hayes Lillie May | Daughter | | F W 2/12 S | | | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | | none
53 | FM | 195 200 | Hayes John W. | Brother | | M W 48 S | | No No | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | Farm Labor Home Farm Oa
54 | FM | 195 200 | Hayes James T. | Brother | | M W 43 S | | No No | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | Farm Labor Home Farm Oa


Flora R. Parker

1860 Census for Farmerville, Union Parish, Louisiana, enumerated on the 26 July 1860. A. C. Wade, Ass't Marshal
814 814
David Ward 53 M Farmer 3000 8950 GA
Roda Ward 51 F Housekeeper TN X
Jas. M. Ward 15 M LA X
Wm. H. Ward 10 M LA X
L. Carter 12 F LA X
Francis Carter 10 F LA X
Flora Parker 21 F Teacher AL


Thomas J. Heath

1880 United States Census for 1st Ward, Union, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254473, NA Film Number T9-0473 , Page Number 407A
Household:
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Thomas J. HEATH Self M Male W 41 AL Farmer TN AL
Susan J. HEATH Wife M Female W 35 AL Housekeeper TN AL
Mary E. HEATH Dau S Female W 16 LA General Work AL AL
Flora L. HEATH Dau S Female W 14 LA At School AL AL
Susan HEATH Dau S Female W 9 LA At School AL AL
Anna M. HEATH Dau S Female W 6 LA At School AL AL
James L. HEATH Son S Male W 6 LA At School AL AL
Thomas A. HEATH Son S Male W 5 LA At Home AL AL
Pruny J. HEATH Dau S Female W 2 LA At Home AL AL
Henry JACKSON Other S Male B 23 LA Servant --- ---


Susan J. Hayes

1880 United States Census for 1st Ward, Union, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254473, NA Film Number T9-0473 , Page Number 407A
Household:
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Thomas J. HEATH Self M Male W 41 AL Farmer TN AL
Susan J. HEATH Wife M Female W 35 AL Housekeeper TN AL


Susan Heath

1880 United States Census for 1st Ward, Union, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254473, NA Film Number T9-0473 , Page Number 407A
Household:
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Susan HEATH Dau S Female W 9 LA At School AL AL


William Bullock Taylor

Note: A William A. Taylor is listed in the 1850 Federal Census for Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
Look on page 264 (527), Dwelling 431 Family 441 Michael Dock, Merchant. William A. is 22 years old born in Tenn. and worked as a clerk or cook. Connection to this Taylor family is unknown.


Robert Mathews

Land Patents for MATHEWS, ROBERT
LA Union 8/10/1858 Monroe 14087 LA1140__.392
LA Union 7/1/1859 Monroe 17531 LA1170__.152


Mary A. Lee

Source for descendants: Nelda at: floyd tarrer [floydtarrer@msn.com]