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Robert S Houx

Robert and wife Margaret are buried in the Mc Spadden Cemetery NW of Gordon Texas. On Margaret's tomestone her middle inital is M.


Lafayette L Dark

Name: He was called "Old Fayett", William could be his first name His parents born in Mo

Census: 1880 Lamar Co Texas with wf Alisa, she states her parents were born Alabama
!Census: 27 Apr 1910 Hillsboro,Hill,Tx, Bertha stated two other children not living; Clarence & Annie are in home

Census: 8 Jun 1900 Palo Pinto Co Tx; Anna states she had 4 children, 3 living

Notes: Possible brothers; Thomas & wf Mary; Edward


Anna M Houx

Census: 8 Jun 1900 Palo Pinto Co Tx; Anna states she had 4 children, 3 living


George Fred Houx

I HAVE COPY OF DEATH CERTIFICATE AND WILL IN FILE. ON HILL CO, TX TAX ROLL OF 1898; G. F. HOUX, 4 HORSES $80.00 1 COW $20.00 2 HOGS $ 5.00.


Fred L Houx

Notes: Mrs Freddie Houx was living in the Stancel Community


Bethewel Nathan Hendryx

Captain in Ill Regulars, 2nd Lieut Co M 5th Regiment Provisional, Enrolled Mo Militia, Death Date is from his tombstone; He divorced Mary Ashlock in Green Co, Mo in 1856/no children.


Rosanniah Dark

Her will and Death Cert are in file.


Lafayette L Dark

Name: He was called "Old Fayett", William could be his first name His parents born in Mo

Census: 1880 Lamar Co Texas with wf Alisa, she states her parents were born Alabama
!Census: 27 Apr 1910 Hillsboro,Hill,Tx, Bertha stated two other children not living; Clarence & Annie are in home

Census: 8 Jun 1900 Palo Pinto Co Tx; Anna states she had 4 children, 3 living

Notes: Possible brothers; Thomas & wf Mary; Edward


Mathias Houx

DURING THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, MATHIAS SERVED AS A PRIVATE IN THE MARYLAND "FLYING CAMP", ESTABLISHED BY THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS JUNE 3, 1776. ARCHIVES OF MARYLAND, VOL 18 PAGE 51 NSDAR NO. 128615, (SUPPLEMENT) REFERENCE: MARYLAND MUSTER RO LLS. BETWEEN 1795 AND 1797, MATHIAS MOVED HIS FAMILY TO KENTUCKY EVENTUALLY SETTLING IN LOUISVILLE. MATHIAS OWNED LAND IN BO TH LOGAN AND MUHLENBURG COUNTIES, AND WAS CONSTABLE OF HIS DISTRICT FOR SEVERAL YEARS. THE EXACT DATE OF THE HOUX FAMI LY'S DEPARTURE FROM KENTUCKY IS NOT KNOWN, BUT MATHIAS AND IS CLAN, BY NOW CONSISTING OF GROWN SONS AND DAUGHTERS WITH FAMILIES OF THEIR OWN, APPEAR TO HAVE SETTLED IN OLD FRANKLI N, MISSOURI AROUND 1817. DUE TO REPEATED FLOODING, THE TOWN SHIP OF OLD FRANKLIN WAS ABANDONED. THE FAMILY MOVED TO COO PER COUNTY, MISSOURI, WHERE THERE ARE RECORDS THAT MATHIAS ND HIS SONS VOTED IN AUGUST OF 1819 TO ELECT THE FIRST DELEG ATE TO CONGRESS FROM THE MISSOURI TERRITORY. MATHIAS DIED N LAFAYETTE COUNTY, MISSOURI, LEAVING HIS WIFE SUSANNAH AND SEVERAL CHILDREN AND GRAND CHILDREN. MATHIAS HOUX'S WILL RE CORDED BOTH IN COOPER COUNTY AND LAFAYETTE COUNTY MISSOURI. FREDRICK MARYLAND EVANGELICAL LUTHUERN CHURCH RECORDS: 1781 SEPT 25 MATHIS HAUX AND SUSANA MORGENSTERIN BY LICENCES WITT: THEODOR FREDRECK AND JACOB HAUX, BARBARA MORGENSTERIN, DANIEL OEHL, PETER POPP, DAVID MULLER AND WIFE CATHERINE ABR AHAM MULLER, JACOB HOLZ.