Ancestors of The Family History Files of Dalton Ray Phillips

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John L. McMullin and Julia *UNKNOWN




Husband John L. McMullin

           Born: Abt 1800
           Died: Abt 1870
         Buried: 
       Marriage: Abt 1818 - KY

   Other Spouse: Polly Gooch - Abt 1845 - KY



Wife Julia *UNKNOWN

           Born: Abt 1800
           Died: Abt 1880
         Buried: 


Children
1 M Shelby McMullin

           Born: Abt 1820
           Died: Abt 1900
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth J. Gooch
           Marr: Abt 1840 - KY




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Bert Dee (Pete) Gooch and LaRue *UNKNOWN




Husband Bert Dee (Pete) Gooch

           Born: 2 Nov 1912 - Celeste, Hunt Co., TX
           Died: 7 May 2003 - Abilene, Taylor Co., TX
         Buried: 


         Father: George Hamilton Gooch
         Mother: Hattie Dee Callicoatte


       Marriage: 1932 - TX

   Other Spouse: A. Lee *UNKNOWN - 1982 - Abilene, TX



Wife LaRue *UNKNOWN

           Born: 1914 - TX
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 M Robert Gooch

           Born: 1941 - Abilene, TX
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Janelle *UNKNOWN



2 M Ray Gooch

           Born: 1937
           Died: 
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3 F Mary Gooch

           Born: 1939
           Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Bert Dee (Pete) Gooch

Bert Dee (Pete) Gooch was a son of George Gooch, and a great nephew of William Elijah Gooch.

Pete Gooch founded the Gooch Packing Company in Abilene, Texas. Started in the mid to late 1930's, the business was very successful. By the 1970's, the Gooch Packing Company was one of the major business's in Abilene, employing over 500 people. It distributed meat products, in bulk and processed form, to many counties in the north central, northwest, central, and southwest regions of Texas. The trade mark for their products was "Gooch Blue Ribbon". In the late 1970's, the economy in Texas started a decline, due to a drop in oil prices. The area around Abilene was hard hit. In an effort to keep the company going, and expand his market, Pete sold stock in the company to a northeastern investment concern. By the early 1980's, the investment company had gained control of the company. The economic conditions in Texas continued to decline, and in the mid 1980's the investment company decided that it was too risky to continue operations. The Gooch Packing Company was closed down.


General Notes: Wife - LaRue *UNKNOWN

LaRue last name unknown was the first wife of Bert Dee (Pete) Gooch.
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Cornelius Edward King and Laura *UNKNOWN




Husband Cornelius Edward King

           Born: 17 Dec 1876
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John Milford King
         Mother: Sarah Jennie Murphey


       Marriage: 



Wife Laura *UNKNOWN

           Born: 
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Children

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Bobby D. Gooch and Loretta *UNKNOWN




Husband Bobby D. Gooch

           Born: 1932 - TX
           Died: 
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         Father: Loice Elmore Gooch
         Mother: Alona *UNKNOWN


       Marriage: Abt 1955



Wife Loretta *UNKNOWN

           Born: 1935
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Bobby D. Gooch

Bobby D. Gooch is the son of Loice Elmore Gooch, and a great nephew of William Elijah Gooch.


General Notes: Wife - Loretta *UNKNOWN

Bobby D. Gooch married a lady named Loretta, last name unknown.
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Anson P. Neal and Lourahama (Ruy) *UNKNOWN




Husband Anson P. Neal

           Born: Abt 1815
           Died: Bef 1845 - TX
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 17 Jul 1838 - Gonzales Co., TX



Wife Lourahama (Ruy) *UNKNOWN

           Born: Abt 1816
           Died: After 1870 - TX
         Buried:  - Gillespie Co., TX (probable)

   Other Spouse: Samuel Clinton Neill - Abt 1845 - TX


Children
1 M Francis T. Neal

           Born: Abt 1840
           Died: 
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2 M Milton Neal

           Born: Abt 1842
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Mary A. Neal

           Born: Abt 1843
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Wife - Lourahama (Ruy) *UNKNOWN

In 1847 Sam married Lourahama Neal, widow. Lourahama was the widow of Anson P. Neal whom she had married in Gonzales July 17, 1838. The 1850 census of Gonzales County listed Sam and Lourahama as living at Peach Creek with daughters Sarah age five, Jane age two and Jemima age one. It was believed that Sam C. Neill died
circa 1856 as Lourahama and their two sons were living in Caldwell County in 1860. The sons, Francis T. and Milton, were both shown on the census as soldiers. Francis T. died in the service of natural causes after May, 1862. His wife Sarah E. Neal probably married James S. Callihan in 1866. Sam and
Lourahama had one other child, Mary, born in Gonzales County circa 1855. They may also have had a daughter, Mary A., who married Robert C. Stuart, October 2, 1851. Lourahama and two daughters were still living in Caldwell County in 1870 but it was believed she moved to Gillespie County by 1880 and
probably died soon after. C. L. Neill (From The History of Gonzales County).

Unlinked connection as daughter of Francis Berry (9/1/2014)
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Samuel Clinton Neill and Lourahama (Ruy) *UNKNOWN




Husband Samuel Clinton Neill

            AKA: Samuel Nail
           Born: Abt 1815 - TN
           Died: Abt 1856 - TX
         Buried: 


         Father: Col. James Clinton Neill
         Mother: Margaret Harriet Ferguson


       Marriage: Abt 1845 - TX

   Other Spouse: Nancy B. Fitzgerald - 13 Jun 1841 - Washington Co., TX



Wife Lourahama (Ruy) *UNKNOWN

           Born: Abt 1816
           Died: After 1870 - TX
         Buried:  - Gillespie Co., TX (probable)

   Other Spouse: Anson P. Neal - 17 Jul 1838 - Gonzales Co., TX


Children
1 F Jane Neill

            AKA: Jane Nail
           Born: Between 1847 and 1849
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Jemima Neill

            AKA: Jemima Nail
           Born: Between 1847 and 1849
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Sarah Elizabeth Neill

            AKA: Sally E. Nail, Sarah E. Nail, Sarah Elizabeth Nail, Sally E. Neill, Sarah E. Neill
           Born: 23 Jan 1848 - TX 1
           Died: 15 Feb 1900 - Indian Terr., Bromide?
 Cause of Death: Complications of poisonous snake bite
         Buried: Feb 1900 - Moore Cem., Bromide, OK
         Spouse: James Sanford Callahan
           Marr: 24 Jan 1866 - Caldwell Co., TX



4 F Mary Neill

           Born: Abt 1855
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Samuel Clinton Neill

In 1847 Sam married Lourahama Berry Neal, daughter of Francis and Sarah Berry, early settlers
of DeWitt's colony. Lourahama was the widow of Anson P. Neal whom she had married in Gonzales July 17, 1838. The 1850 census of Gonzales County listed Sam and Lourahama as living at Peach Creek with daughters Sarah age five, Jane age two and Jemima age one. It was believed that Sam C. Neill died
circa 1856 as Lourahama and their two sons were living in Caldwell County in 1860. The sons, Francis T. and Milton, were both shown on the census as soldiers. Francis T. died in the service of natural causes after May, 1862. His wife Sarah E. Neal probably married James S. Callihan in 1866. Sam and
Lourahama had one other child, Mary, born in Gonzales County circa 1855. They may also have had a daughter, Mary A., who married Robert C. Stuart, October 2, 1851. Lourahama and two daughters were still living in Caldwell County in 1870 but it was believed she moved to Gillespie County by 1880 and
probably died soon after. C. L. Neill (From The History of Gonzales County).
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Entry 12/6/2013
Reference Book:

Savage Frontier: Rangers, Riflemen, and Indian Wars in Texas, Volume, 1835 - 1837 / by Stephen L. Moore. Page 24

Capt. Williamson’s Mounted Riflemen: July 25 – September 13, 1835

Captain: Henry Bridges William Isbell

Robert M. Williamson Oliver Buckman William Harrison Magill

First Lieutenant: Aaron Burleson George Neill

Hugh M. Childress Robert M. Cravins Samuel C. Neill

First Corporal: Leroy V. Criswell David F. Owen

Nicholas Wren William V. Criswell William J. C. Pearce

Privates: Thomas Davey John G. Robison

John Bate Berry William Duty John H. Scaggs

William Bridge Elijah Ingram Robert Townsley
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VETERANS OF THE BATTLE OF SAN JACINTO

First Regiment Texian Volunteers
Colonel Edward Burleson
Alexander Somervell, lieutenant-colonel
James W. Tinsley, adjutant
Horatio N. Cleveland, sergeant-major

1st Regiment Company C Infantry
Captain Jesse Billingsley
Officers
Micah Andrews, first lieutenant
James A. Craft, second lieutenant
Russel B. Craft, first sergeant
William Harrison Magill, second sergeant
Campbell Taylor, third sergeant

Privates
Willis Avery, Noel M. Bain, Jefferson A. Barton, Wayne Barton, Andrew Jackson Berry, Lemuel Stockton Blakely, Garrett E. Boome, John Wheeler Bunton, Aaron Burleson, Preston Conlee, Sampson Connell, Robert M. Cravens, William Criswell, Leander Calvin Cunningham, James Curtis Sr (from Tumlinson Co.), Thomas P. Davey, Thomas Mason Dennis, George Bernard Erath+, Calvin Gage, S. Joseph Garwood, Lewis Goodwin, Thomas A. Graves, George Green, Jesse Halderman, John Harvey Herron, Ahijah M. Highsmith, John Hobson, Prior A. Holder, Robert Hood, Lucine Hopson, Joseph Martin, Thomas H. Mays, Samuel McClelland, McDougald McLean, Jonathan D. Morris (assisting wounded Harrisburg), Samuel C. Neill, Dempsey Council Pace, James Robert Pace, George Self, William Simmon, A. M. H. Smith, Jacob Standerford, Jacob Littleton Standifer, William Bailey Standifer, James Stewart (sick at Harrisburg), Logan Vandever, Martin Walker, Washington Anderson, Charles Williams, Walker B. Wilson, Robert Wood


General Notes: Wife - Lourahama (Ruy) *UNKNOWN

In 1847 Sam married Lourahama Neal, widow. Lourahama was the widow of Anson P. Neal whom she had married in Gonzales July 17, 1838. The 1850 census of Gonzales County listed Sam and Lourahama as living at Peach Creek with daughters Sarah age five, Jane age two and Jemima age one. It was believed that Sam C. Neill died
circa 1856 as Lourahama and their two sons were living in Caldwell County in 1860. The sons, Francis T. and Milton, were both shown on the census as soldiers. Francis T. died in the service of natural causes after May, 1862. His wife Sarah E. Neal probably married James S. Callihan in 1866. Sam and
Lourahama had one other child, Mary, born in Gonzales County circa 1855. They may also have had a daughter, Mary A., who married Robert C. Stuart, October 2, 1851. Lourahama and two daughters were still living in Caldwell County in 1870 but it was believed she moved to Gillespie County by 1880 and
probably died soon after. C. L. Neill (From The History of Gonzales County).

Unlinked connection as daughter of Francis Berry (9/1/2014)
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Edmond Tiner and Lucinda *UNKNOWN




Husband Edmond Tiner

           Born: 
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       Marriage: 



Wife Lucinda *UNKNOWN

           Born: 
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Children
1 F Amanda Tiner

            AKA: Sarah Amanda Tiner
           Born: Abt 1850
           Died: Abt 1930
         Buried: 
         Spouse: George Washington Phillips
           Marr: 2 Nov 1876 - Cook Co., TX



2 M Jasper Newton Tiner

           Born: Apr 1855 - Honey Creek Township, MacDonald Co., MO
           Died: Abt 1930
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Millie Phillips
           Marr: 23 Dec 1875 - Gainesville, Cook Co., TX
         Spouse: Millie *UNKNOWN
           Marr: Abt 1877 - TX?



3 F Mellissa Giner

           Born: Abt 1864
           Died: 
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Elijah Gooch and Margaret *UNKNOWN




Husband Elijah Gooch

           Born: Abt 1819 - NC
           Died: 
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       Marriage: After 1850 - IN?

   Other Spouse: Unknown *UNKNOWN - Abt 1842



Wife Margaret *UNKNOWN

           Born: 1832
           Died: 
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Children

General Notes: Husband - Elijah Gooch

1860 Indiana Census (Montgomery Township)

Page 59

Dwlg. Fam. Name age occupation Birth Place

409 410 Gooch, Elijah 41 farmer N.C.
Margaret 28? IN.
John A. 16 IN.
Wm. F. 14 IN.
Joseph R. 11 IN.
Aletha 9 IN.
Margaret A. 2 IN.
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John Taylor and Margaret *UNKNOWN




Husband John Taylor

           Born: 1778 - TN
           Died: Abt 1850
         Buried: 
       Marriage: Abt 1825



Wife Margaret *UNKNOWN

           Born: Abt 1795 - VA
           Died: Abt 1860
         Buried: 


Children
1 M David F. Taylor

           Born: 1829
           Died: 
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2 F Prudence Taylor

           Born: 1834
           Died: 
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3 F Harriet June Taylor

           Born: 29 Sep 1836 - TN
           Died: 1909 - Coal Co., OK
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Logan
           Marr: 12 Oct 1855 - Hempstead Co., AR



4 F Martha Taylor

           Born: 1838
           Died: 
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Samuel Eric Jones and Mary *UNKNOWN




Husband Samuel Eric Jones

           Born: 16 Dec 1881 - Prentiss Co., MS
           Died: 3 Sep 1952 - Hamlin, Jones Co., TX
         Buried: 


         Father: William J. Jones
         Mother: Mary Pauline Gooch


       Marriage: 25 Aug 1905 - Moran, Shackleford Co., TX



Wife Mary *UNKNOWN

           Born: Abt 1885
           Died: Abt 1950
         Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Samuel Eric Jones

Sam Jones was a son of Fannie Jones, and a nephew of William Elijah Gooch.


General Notes: Wife - Mary *UNKNOWN

Mary *Unknown was the wife of Sam Jones.



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