|Home of William Andrew DeBusk (son of Elias
DeBusk and Martha Edmondson) and Martha Ann
McAbee (daughter of Pinkney Joseph McAbee
and Mary Ann Sprouse)
They settled in the northwest part of Brown
County, Texas in 1878. Part of the house
is in Coleman County and part in Brown County.
Andy built this house in 1892. There is a
daisy wheel with the date of 1892. The house
is still standing and is occupied by descendants
of Elijah DeBusk, brother of Andy, today.
It is a working ranch.
This picture was taken in 1899.
Upstairs porch - Clarence B. Edington, Sammy
A. Edington, Luther G. DeBusk,
Downstairs porch – far corner Joseph Campbell
DeBusk, Martha Jane DeBusk Jones holding
Mary Jane "Mollie" Jones, two little
girls are Laura Rebecca "Becky"
Jones and Mattie Lee Jones, the lady behind
is Molly Ann DeBusk. Man in forground is
William Ira DeBusk. Women at corner of house
are Martha Ann McAbee and Minnie DeBusk the
child is probably William Dewey Edington.
Man in front of window is David Campbell
DeBusk. Next is William Andrew "Andy"
DeBusk. Robert Daniel "Bob" Jones
in wagon. James Jackson DeBusk on horse.
Man holding white horse is probably Hugh
Barto Edington. This house is still in used by a descendant
of Samuel Dickson DeBusk. All of these
are descendants of Willliam Andrew
and Martha Ann McAbee except for the
William Ira DeBusk is the son of John
John" DeBusk and Sarah Eakin.
a first cousin once removed of William
DeBusk. It is said that Andy gave him
and he stay for the remainder of his
Joseph Campbell DeBusk is the son of John
Wesley DeBusk and Emeline Widener. He was
a first cousin of Andy DeBusk.