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John Agnew

info from Charles Mount, cmount23@home.com


Catherine Mitchell

info from Charles Mount, cmount23@home.com


James Harrison Pinkston

info from Charles Mount, cmount23@home.com


Vannie Lou Benton

info from Charles Mount, cmount23@home.com


Floyd Hill Murphey

Note: On 1920 census, states he is a grocery store salesman

Marriage & family information from Kathey Adams Pavelka, kdap@calpha.com
Most of married life lived in Houston. No children.

Per Danny Murphy, Floyd moved back to Hubbard to live with his neices Lela & Bess after Lucy's death. He was a carpenter. Neither neice ever married.


Lucy Horense Dickson

additional information from Kathey Adams Pavelka, kdap@calpha.com


Daniel McMahan Dickson

Lived in Maury Co. TN before coming to Dawson, TX in 1886.
(Kathey Adams Pavelka, kdap@calpha.com)


Alice Eugenia Douglas

Lived in Maury Co. TN before coming to Dawson, TX in 1886.
(Kathey Adams Pavelka, kdap@calpha.com)


John Johnson

[Will of John Johnson, 22 Mar 1829]
[Franklin Co., NC Will Book, copy from Betty Gilmer Lenz]]
[transcribed by Mark Murphy, 16 Mar 2001]

In the name of God Amen, this the 22nd March 1829
I John Johnson of Franklin County and State of No. Carolina
being of sound mind and memmory bleSsed be god do this day
make constitute and order this my last will and testament in
manner and form following that is to say
I give and bequeath To my son Julius Johnson one negro man
named James to him and his heirs for ever.
I give and bequeath to my daughter Hollon Murphey one Negro
woman named Judy and her youngest child Priscilla to her and
her heirs for ever.
I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Harper one Negro
woman name Mary and her two children Dianes and Jeffrey to
her and her her[sic] lifetime and them to the lawful heirs of her
boddy for ever.
To my son John Johnson I give Ten Dollars to him and his heirs for ever.
To my son Joshua Johnson I give Ten dollars To him and his heirs for ever.
To my daughter Nancy Carr I give Ten dollars to her and her heirs for ever.
To my daughter Rebecah Johnson I give Five dollars to her and her heirs for ever.
The balance of my property I want sold and and[sic] after paying my just
debts if any beleft my will and desire is that it be equally divided between
my son Julius Johnson my daughter Hollon Murphey and my daughter
Mary Harper. I also appoint my frien[sic] Allen Bowden my executor to
see this my last will and Testament performed in witneSs where of I have
hereunto set my hand and seal the day and date above written.
Benjamin Lame Jurat John (his [Px?] mark) Johnson (Seal)
B.B. Bowden Jurat

Franklin County- June SeSsions 1829
I hereby Certify that the [innamed?] will was exhibited in open court and
[innamed?] witneSs duly provin by the oaths of Bejamin Lame and B.B.
Bowden the subscribing witneSses hereto and was in [motion?] as [dived?]
to be Recorded [ofibid?]
W.T.
S. Patterson Clk

[end of record]


Sarah Murphey

from Beverly White