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JAMES OWEN4 LINDSEY (MICAJAH C3, JAMES WILLIAM 2, JAMES WILLIAM1) was born c 1798 in South Carolina (Source: (1) Jerry Martin, A Place Called Belmont,  (c. 1978 Itawamba County Times)., (2) 1850 Census Itawamba Co. MS.), and died 1845 in Mississippi; Tishomingo Co..  He married RACHEL FRANKLIN 10 Jan 1821 in Alabama; Jefferson Co. Bk ? p196, #135 (Source: Jefferson County, AL 1815-1859 Computer Indexed Marriage Records by Hunting for Bears, Inc.), daughter of OWEN FRANKLIN and ? GORE.  She was born 1803 in North Carolina (Source: 1850 Census Itawamba Co. MS.), and died c 1859 in Mississippi.
Notes for JAMES OWEN LINDSEY:
Buried at Providence, at Red Bay, Itawamba Co. MS.

Possible references in BLM GLO Land Patent Records:
Accession/Serial #: AL0840__.353
Patentee Name:  JAMES LINDSEY
Document #: 10545
October 1, 1835
Acres: 40.1: NESE Sect. 1/ Twp 21-S Range 12-W TUSCALOOSA Co. AL

Accession/Serial #: AL0930__.374
Patentee Name: JAMES LINDSEY
Document #: 15253
April 1, 1837
Acres: 39.96: NENW Sect. 12/ Twp 21-S Range 12-W TUSCALOOSA Co. AL

Accession/Serial #: AL2780__.116
Patentee Name: JAMES LINDSEY
June 1, 1858
Acres: 40.1: NWSE Sect. 1/ Twp 21-S Range 12-W TUSCALOOSA Co. AL

Accession/Serial #: AL2810__.484
Patentee Name:
June 1, 1858
Acres: 39.58: SESW Sect. 31/ Twp 20-S Range 11-W TUSCALOOSA Co. AL
More About JAMES OWEN LINDSEY:
Residence: 1825, Jefferson Co. AL - bought land

1850 Census Itawamba Co. MS, 7th Dist, pp410b-411a
Dwelling/Family #455
James Lindsay    52 m    Farmer    SC
Rachael        47 f        NC
Nancy        28 f        Ala
James        22 m        Ala
Bazal        18 m        Ala
Rachael        16 f        Ala
Andrew J        14 m        Mis
Jefferson        12 m        Mis
Mary A?        8 f        Mis
Alford        6 m        Mis
William        5 m        Mis
Marriage Notes for JAMES LINDSEY and RACHEL FRANKLIN: Marriage Records of Jefferson Cty, AL 1818-1864 by Gandrud

    Children of JAMES LINDSEY and RACHEL FRANKLIN are:
         i.    NANCY 5 LINDSEY, b. c 1822, Alabama (Source: 1850 Census Itawamba Co. MS.).
         ii.    MICAJAH LINDSEY , b. c 1825, Alabama.
        iii.    OWEN FRANKLIN LINDSEY , b. 11 Nov 1827, Alabama; Fayette Co.; d. Texas; (killed by Indians along CO R. - state has erected marker.
        iv.    JAMES GREEN LINDSEY , b. 23 Feb 1830, Alabama (Source: 1850 Census Itawamba Co. MS.); d. 23 Apr 1897, Texas; m. MARY CATHERINE SARTER, 28 Dec 1854,
               Mississippi; Fulton.
         v.    BAZZEL LEE HOLLAND LINDSEY, b. 1832, Alabama (Source: 1850 Census Itawamba Co. MS.); d. 1 May 1891, Texas; m. HARRIETT CALFERNIA SEWARD, 4 Dec 1856.
        vi.    RACHAEL LINDSEY , b. c 1834, Alabama (Source: 1850 Census Itawamba Co. MS.).
       vii.    ANDREW JACKSON LINDSEY , b. c 1836, Mississippi (Source: 1850 Census Itawamba Co. MS.).
Notes for ANDREW JACKSON LINDSEY:
Possibly a Colonel in the CSA?:
Memorandum of Field Officers in the Confederate States Service. Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1900.
The records in this collection were taken from a CD-ROM copy of microfiche records.

                                                      Name: A. J. Lindsay,(*)
                                                         Rank: Colonel
                                              Division: Wirt Adams' Mississippi Cavalry
     viii.    JEFFERSON LINDSEY , b. c 1838, Mississippi (Source: 1850 Census Itawamba Co. MS.).
      ix.    MARY A LINDSEY , b. c 1842, Mississippi (Source: 1850 Census Itawamba Co. MS.).
       x.    ALFORD LINDSEY , b. c 1844, Mississippi (Source: 1850 Census Itawamba Co. MS.).
      xi.    WILLIAM C. LINDSEY , b. c 1845, Mississippi (Source: 1850 Census Itawamba Co. MS.).

3.  JANE4 LINDSEY (MICAJAH C3, JAMES WILLIAM 2 , JAMES WILLIAM1) was born 8 Feb 1800 in North Carolina (Source: History of Fayette County, Alabaama, compiled and edited by Herbert Moses Newell Jr. and Mrs. H.M. (Jeanie Patterson) Newell, Jr.  c.1960 Newell Offset Printing, Fayette, ALAlso: Jerry Martin, A Place Called Belmont, c. 1978 Itawamba County Times), and died Bef. 1860 in Alabama; Fayette Co..  She married MATTHEW DAVIS 30 Jan 1822 in Alabama; Jefferson Co. (Source: Jefferson County, AL 1815-1859 Computer Indexed Marriage Records,  (Hunting for Bears Inc.).), son of JOHN DAVIS and MARY HAWKINS.  He was born 12 Jan 1800 in North Carolina (Source: JTP), and died 17 Feb 1873 in Alabama; Fayette Co. (Source: JTP).
Notes for MATTHEW DAVIS:
Buried at Shady Grove Cem., Fayette Co., AL  according to Dr. John T. Palmer.
I did not find him listed in the Newell's book on Fayette Co., Cem.
BLM Land Patent Records:
DAVIS, MATTHEW   AL   Fayette   3/1/1858   Huntsville   25262   AL3820__.199
    N1/2SE    21/    14-S    13-W    Huntsville Mer.
    N1/2SW    22/    14-S    13-W      "
More About MATTHEW DAVIS:
Census: 1840, Mississippi; Tishomingo Co.:
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220  197  Davis             Matthew         2  2  0  0  2  1  0  0  0  0  0  0   0    0  1  2  0  0  1  0  0  0  0  0  0   0    0  0  0  0  0   0    0  0  0  0  0   0    0  0  0  0  0   0    0  0  0  0  0   0   11     0    3   0   0    0     0     0     0              0     0    0  0  0     0      0      0     0     0      0       0        0     0       0     0      0     0      0
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Census: 1850, Fayette Co, AL Census, pg 97B
   
Children of JANE LINDSEY and MATTHEW DAVIS are:
           i.    JOHN CARROLL5 DAVIS, b. 9 Mar 1823, Alabama; Jefferson Co. (Source: Meyer, Lois, Papers of Lois Meyers,  (Papers filmed & located in the LDS Library in Salt Lake City
                 UT).); d. 13 Jun 1903, Mississippi; m. ELIZABETH FIELDS WHITLEY, 19 Nov 1846; b. 17 Apr 1827; d. 7 May 1901, Mississippi; Booneville.
More About JOHN CARROLL DAVIS:
Residence: Mar 1873, Marietta MS (At time of father's death)
          ii.     MICAJAH LINDSEY DAVIS , b. 10 Sep 1824, Alabama; Jefferson Co.; d. 21 Jun 1891.
         iii.     MARY ANN DAVIS , b. 15 May 1826, Alabama; d. 11 Aug 1897.
         iv.    SARAH ELIZABETH DAVIS, b. 26 Apr 1828, Alabama; d. 1862, Alabama; m. CARSON HUNTER MOORE; b. 20 Jul 1826, Alabama; d. 1862, Maryland.
Notes for CARSON HUNTER MOORE:
Killed in the Civil War according to Newell's History of Fayette Co., AL
Wounded and died at South Mountain, MD.
          v.    MINERVA JANE DAVIS, b. 11 Aug 1830, Alabama; d. 1885, Arkansas; m. JAMES LAFAYETTE HOLIMON, 1849, Alabama; Fayette Co.; b. 1827, Alabama;
                 d. 1879, Arkansas.
More About MINERVA JANE DAVIS:
Burial: 1885, Arkansas; Ashley Co.
More About JAMES LAFAYETTE HOLIMON:
Burial: 1879, Arkansas; Ashley Co.
         vi.    MATTHEW KENNAN DAVIS, b. 15 Apr 1832.
Notes for MATTHEW KENNAN DAVIS:
Newell's History of Fayette Co., AL lists him as "Kimmon".
        vii.    BASIL NEAL DAVIS , b. 25 Apr 1834, Alabama; d. c 1895; m. JOANNA M WOODARD; d. 1879, Louisiana; Oak Ridge.
        viii.   THOMAS H. DAVIS , b. 30 Apr 1836, Alabama; d. Aft. 1905; m. EMILY F?, c 1858, Alabama; Fayette Co. or Tuscaloosa Co.; b. 1840, Alabama.
Notes for THOMAS H. DAVIS:
Family said to have moved to TX after 1880.
More About THOMAS H. DAVIS:
Census: 1860, Tuscaloosa Co. AL
Residence: Mar 1873, Fayette Co. AL (at time of father's death)
         ix.    WILLIAM FRANKLIN DAVIS, b. 15 Apr 1839, Alabama; d. 6 Jul 1852.
Notes for WILLIAM FRANKLIN DAVIS:
Newell's History of Fayette lists him as "W.F.".
          x.    MARTHA CAROLINE DAVIS, b. 18 Jul 1841.
BAZZLE LEE4 LINDSEY (MICAJAH C3, JAMES WILLIAM 2, JAMES WILLIAM1) was born 11 Feb 1805 in South Carolina (Source: Jerry Martin, A Place Called Belmont, c. 1978 Itawamba County Times), and died 15 Feb 1892 in Alabama; Marion Co..  He married (1) MARY "POLLY" DAVIS in Alabama; Prob. Fayette Co., daughter of JOHN DAVIS and MARY HAWKINS .  She was born 1814 in Tennessee; Warren Co. (Source: JTP), and died Bef. 1848.  He married (2) ELIZABETH ENGLISH 17 Feb 1848 in Alabama; Lauderdale Co..  She was born 1827 in Alabama, and died 7 Sep 1869 in Alabama; Marion Co..
Notes for BAZZLE LEE LINDSEY:
"Bazzle Lindsey was a church clerk, a justice of the peace, and a prominent land owner."
from  A Place called Belmont by Jerry Martin

Bazzle was a teacher, according to a Letter written by John Micajah Lindsey.

Could this Basil/Bazzle have been married twice?  Poss. to Mary "Polly " Davis?  In Warren Co., TN  Bef 1836?    Child Holland, abt 1836, Matthew Caliborne "Clabe", 26 Apr 1838, Thomas Benton, 1840,  Davis , 1842, James K. P., 1844        From Dr. John Palmer from GeneSys

History of Fayette Co., AL by Herbert and Jeanie Newell gives Mary "Polly" as wife of Basil Lindsey.

Basil L. Lindsey appointed clerk of Circuit Court in 1829, Fayette Co., AL.

1840 Federal Census Tishomingo Co. MS:
219  165  Lindsey           Basil L.       White Males: 1[under 5]  1[5-10]  0  0  0  1[30-40]  0  0  0  0  0  0   0    White Females:0  0  0  0  1[20-30]  0  0  0  0  0  0  0   0    0  0  0  0  0   0    0  0  0  0  0   0    0  0  0  0  0   0    0  0  0  0  0   0   4[total]      0    0   0   0    0     0     1[employed in agriculture]     0              0     0    0  0  0     0      0      0     0     0      0       0        0     0       0     0      0     0      1[over 20 and can't write]

1850 Census Tishomingo Co. MS, Southern Div, p 159a (Ancestry.com image 322)
Dwelling & Family #961
Bassel Linsey    44 m    Farmer    550    SC
Elizabeth        22 f            Ala  - - /    (illiterate)
Holland        15 m       "        Mis
Matthew C    11 m            Mis
David F        ? m            Mis
Thomas B    8 m            Mis  - / -    (attended school w/in year)
James K P    5 m            Mis
Mary E        2 f            Mis

 State: Alabama Year: 1860
  County: Marion Roll:  M653_16
  Township: Chalk Bluff
Page:  7/722     15 Aug 1860

724/746
B. L. Linsey    53 M    Farmer        NC (Bazzle Lee Lindsey)
Elizabeth        32 F            AL (Elizabeth English)
David F.        19 M    Farmla        MS
Thomas B.    17 M    Farmla        MS
James K. P.    15 M    Farmla        MS
William C.         9 M            MS
Macajah W.?     5 M            MS
Martha J.         6 F            MS
Malinda A.     4 F            MS
Lucinda C.     2 F            MS
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Probable references in BLM GLO Land Patent Records:

LINDSEY, BAZZLE L 06/15/1843 Accession # MS3000__.164
159.98 acres: NE Sect. 6/ Twp 6-S Range 10-E  TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, BAZZLE L 03/01/1853 Accession # MS3190__.267
159.42 acres: NW Sect. 27/ Twp 6-S Range 10-E TISHOMINGOCo. MS

LINDSEY, BAZZLE L 03/01/1853 Accession # MS3190__.268
159.92 acres: NE Sect. 28/ Twp 6-S Range 10-E TISHOMINGO Co. MS

BAZZLE L LINDSAY February 25, 1841 MS2930__.058
168.42 acres:   NE Sect 1/ Twp  6-S Range 9-E  TISHOMINGO Co. MS
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Post on Tishomingo Co. MS GenWeb queries pages:
Date: 22 Feb 1999

 Micajiah C. Lindsey b.In Ireland came to USA 1772 settled in S.C. Died in Tuka,Miss.(Wife) Elizebeth McClurkin b.1776 in S.C Died 1822 I'm not sure how many children they had but one was Bazzle Lee Lindsey First (wife)Mary 'Polly'Davis. Children, Holland,Matt hew,David,Thomas,James,,Mary.Place of Residence Tishomingo Co.Miss. (Son) Matthew (wife)Sarah L.Bromley children are William,Virginia,Malinda,George,Sidney,James,Oscar,Della.From Tishomingo Co.Miss.& Marion Co.Ala (son)William (wife)Molly Cornlious Children A re Thomas,Altie,William,Lillan,Myrtle,Ercell,Audry?or(Aubrey)and Haskell.From Tishomingo Co.Miss.And Marion Co.Ala. Can anyone tell me more about this Lindsey family? I like to know if this is the Aubrey Lee Lindsey I'm looking for he his my grandfather he ma rried Carrie May Hayes.He was around 19 she was 17 when my mom was born 10-1-1926 her name Lavara (LaVarah)C.Lindsey. Bazzle L.Lindsey second (wife)was Elizabeth English b.1826 Children are William,Martha,Micajah,! Melinda,Lucinda,John,Joe
More About BAZZLE LEE LINDSEY:
Burial: 1892, Alabama; Marion Co.; Hackelburg; Lindsey Cemetery
Census: 1840, Tishomingo Co MS

Notes for MARY "POLLY" DAVIS:
History of Fayette County, AL by Herbert and Jeanie Newell give Mary "Polly" Davis's birth date as 1807, Warren Co., Tenn.

Notes for ELIZABETH ENGLISH:
From Ancestry.com World Family Tree:

Cyn's Tree
Entries: 4613    Updated: Fri Nov 2 09:41:15 2001    Contact: Robert Haggerton <booth53@yahoo.com>

* ID: I4241
* Name: Bazzale Lee LINDSEY
* Surname: Lindsey
* Given Name: Bazzale Lee
* Sex: M
* Birth: 11 Feb 1805 in S.c.
* Death: 15 Feb 1892 in Marion Co., Ala.
* _UID: FF6F8B4DD726D5118B5000C0F05BBD64308C
* Change Date: 1 Apr 2001 at 19:44:33

Marriage 1 ELIZABETH b: ABT. 1820

Children

   1. [Has Children] William Carrol LINDSEY b: 22 Oct 1850 in Miss.
   2. [Has No Children] Malinda LINDSEY b: 14 Mar 1857
   3. [Has No Children] Infant Son LINDSEY b: 1858
   4. [Has Children] Micajah (Mike) W. LINDSEY b: 7 Dec 1854
   5. [Has Children] Claybe LINDSEY b: ABT. 1860
   6. [Has No Children] Tom LINDSEY b: ABT. 1862

More About ELIZABETH ENGLISH:
Burial: 1869, Alabama; Marion Co.; Hackelburg; Lindsey Cemetery
   
Children of BAZZLE LINDSEY and MARY DAVIS are:
     i.    HOLLAND5 LINDSEY , b. 1836; m. ELIZABETH DAVIS, 1 Sep 1859, Mississippi; Tishomingo Co..
Notes for HOLLAND LINDSEY:
In the 1880 Census, there was a Holland B L Lindsey in Freestone Co. TX, Enumeration District 52, p 496.
Dwelling 160, Family 159.
Lindsey, Holland B L    W M 47, married, Farmer, b AL, father b AL, mother b AL
       "      ? ?                   W F 40, Wife, married, Keeping house, b MS, father b VA, mother b AL
       "      R? E                W F 19,Daughter, single, b MS, father b AL, mother b MS
       "      M C                 W F 19, Daughter, single, b MS, father b AL, mother b MS
       "      Albert L           W M 17, Son, Laboring on farm, b TX, father b AL, mother b MS
       "      ? ?                  W M 14, Son, Laboring on farm, b TX, father b AL, mother b MS
       "      A?L?                W F 5, Daughter, b TX, father b AL, mother b MS
       "      John                 W M 4, Son, b TX, father b AL, mother b MS
          ii.    SARAH ANN LINDSEY, b. 13 Mar 1837, Tishomingo Co. MS; d. 30 Jun 1837, Tishomingo Co. MS.
         iii.    MATTHEW CLAIBORNE LINDSEY , b. 26 Apr 1838; d. 3 May 1927, Mississippi; Tishomingo Co..
         iv.    DAVID FRANKLIN LINDSEY, b. 11 Oct 1840, MS.
More About DAVID FRANKLIN LINDSEY:
Military service: 17th Mississippi Regiment Co. E (Source: Alcorn/Old Tishomingo Co. website,  (http://www.freedom2000net.com/userpages/genealogy/Alcorn), "Electronic.")
           v.    THOMAS BENTON LINDSEY , b. 20 May 1843, Mississippi; d. 4 May 1915, Mississippi; Tishomingo Co.; Dennis.
           vi.    JAMES K POLK LINDSEY , b. 31 May 1845; d. 6 Sep 1869, Marion Co. AL.

Children of BAZZLE LINDSEY and ELIZABETH ENGLISH are:
         vii.    MARY ELIZABETH 5 LINDSEY, b. 29 Nov 1848, Mississippi; d. 14 Feb 1853, Mississippi; Tishomingo Co.; Dennis.
Notes for MARY ELIZABETH LINDSEY:
Grave along the roadside at the Jerome Mitchell (1978) place where Bazzle L. Lindsey lived.

More About MARY ELIZABETH LINDSEY:
Burial: About 1/2 mi down County Rd 29 from County Rd 17
     viii.    WILLIAM CARROLL LINDSEY , b. 22 Oct 1850, Note: cemetery transcription says 22 Oct 1860; d. 24 Mar 1922, Hackleburg, Marion Co. AL; m. MARY FRANCES
              STIDHAM
,  b. 26 Nov 1859; d. 4 Jun 1911, Hackleburg, Marion Co. AL.
More About WILLIAM CARROLL LINDSEY:
Burial: 1922, Lindsey Cemetery, Hackelburg, Marion Co. AL

More About MARY FRANCES STIDHAM:
Burial: 1911, Lindsey Cemetery, Hackelburg, Marion Co. AL
        ix.    MARTHA JANE LINDSEY , b. 25 Dec 1852; d. 25 Mar 1907, Hackelburg, Marion Co. AL.
16     x.    MICAJAH WILSON LINDSEY, b. 7 Dec 1854; d. 15 Jun 1926, Alabama; Marion Co..
        xi.    MALINDA ADALINE LINDSEY ; d. 5 Jun 1882, Marion Co. AL (Source: Compiled by Dorothy Shores Stalcup and William Spann Stalcup, Cemetery Inscriptions of
                Marion Co. AL Vol II,  c. 1980. Printed by the Amory Advertiser, p58.).
More About MALINDA ADALINE LINDSEY:
Burial: Lindsey Cemetery, Hackelburg, Marion Co. AL
17     xii.    LUCINDA CATHERINE LINDSEY , b. 11 Dec 1859; d. 10 Mar 1904, Phil Campbell, Franklin Co. AL ?.
        xiii.    JOHN LEE LINDSEY , b. 21 Dec 1862; d. 22 Jun 1905; m. GENTSY CANZADLE ESTES , 8 Oct 1899; b. 24 Apr 1881; d. 25 Feb 1943, Hackelburg, Marion Co. AL.
        xiv.    JOE LANE LINDSEY , b. 1865; d. 6 Sep 1869, Marion Co. AL.
More About JOE LANE LINDSEY:
Burial: Lindsey Cemetery, Hackelburg, Marion Co. AL
HOLLAND4 LINDSEY (MICAJAH C3, JAMES WILLIAM 2, JAMES WILLIAM1) (Source: letter from John M Lindsey to B.S. Lindsey, dated 24 jul 1910.) was born 1 Dec 1807 in South Carolina or Kentucky (Source: Jerry Martin, A Place Called Belmont, c. 1978 Itawamba County TimesBorn in SC acc to 1850 census, KY acc 1860 census), and died 24 Apr 1893 in Arkansas.  He married SARAH DAVIS 1828 in Alabama; Fayette County (Source: Email from BJW), daughter of JOHN DAVIS and MARY HAWKINS.  She was born 20 Dec 1808 in Tennessee; Warren Co., and died 26 Apr 1893 in Arkansas. (NOTE: We just recently found that Holland and Sarah most likely moved to Arkansas with their daughter Malinda and her husband Clayton Word Billingsley some time after the 1880 census. According to material by the researcher Lois Meyer, they died and were buried in Arkansas. The Billingsleys eventually moved on to Oklahoma. - MLS 20 Dec 2005)

Notes for HOLLAND LINDSEY:
From: Alabama Records, Vol. 93  Jefferson County, Compiled by Pauline Jones Gandrud

Letter to A.G. Waldrop, Jefferson County, Alabama
From :
Jonesborrough P.O., Bay Springs, Miss
Dated 7/29/1847

Dear Cousin:
     I take my pen in hand to let you know that we are all well at present.  Hoping these few lines may find you all well.  I received your letter dated March the 19th, which gave me great satisfaction to hear that you was all well and doing well.  You will please excuse my long delay of writing to you. The connection is all well as far as I know. Crops is tolerable good. Corn is scarce. Old corn is worth 754 per bushel, bacon 10 to 12, wheat $1 per bushel. I want to hear from you all. Uncle Robert and Aunt Nancy, Uncle Zachariah and Aunt Hester, and Aunt Jane McClurken, and all of my cousins.  Tell them that I would be glad to see them all.  James Lindsey is before the people for a seat in the State Legislature.  Brother Carrel and David Franklin is merchandising. Wm. C. Lindsey has been twice to Louisvillle, Ky. to buy goods.  B.L. Lindsey is teaching school and I finished laying cotton yesterday.  We have had two children since I wrote you before, one is a boy and the other a girl. They are 9 months old. We call the boy John Micajah, and the girl Nancy Lavina. We think they are very smart and pretty.
     My dear cousin give my respects to all of the connection in that part of the country. Tell them that I would be glad to hear from them all when I write to one I write to all. I would be glad to hear from them and converse with you face to face but as we live in different parts of the country, we can all write or have it done. Any of you can write better than I can, let me hear from you all and where you all live. I understand that Cousin Samuel Waldrop had moved somewhere in this state. If so let me know where he is so that I can write to him and learn how he is doing. Mother wants to see you all very bad. We had two barbecues in this neighborhood for the purpose of celebrating the fourth of July. One was on the 3rd and the other the 6th. They was both very well managed and good order prevailed throughout. The celebration was opened by prayer then the declaration read and a very appropriate address was made by Dr. Robert Morrow. He give the anti-war party thunder. I must come to a close, so no more at present but still remain, truly yours,
     Holland Lindsey

1840 Tishomingo MS Census p. 220
220  184  Lindsay           Holland        White Males: 2[under 5]  1[5-10]  1[10-15]  0  0  1[30-40]  0  0  0  0  0  0   0    White Females:0  0  0  0  1[20-30]  1[30-40]  0  0  0  0  0  0   0    0  0  0  0  0   0    0  0  0  0  0   0    0  0  0  0  0   0    0  0  0  0  0   0   7[total]      0    1[employed in agriculture]   0   0    0     0     0     0              0     0    0  0  0     0      0      0     0     0      0       0        0     0       0     0      0     0      0
No slaves or "free persons of color"

1850 Census  Tishomingo MS , Southern Division,  pg. 136,Dwelling and  family #656 [Ancestry.com's Images Online image #276 out of 336 for Tishomingo Co]
Holland Linsay 42, farmer, $1000 real estate, b SC
Sarah 41 b TN
Bassel L 19, farmer, b AL
Thos C 14, b MS
George W 11, b MS
Malinda M 7, b MS
Nancy L 3, b MS
John M 3, b MS
Martha M 1, b MS

1860 Tishomingo MS Census pg. 325 (Bay Springs, enumerated by Porter Walker on 4 Sep 1860. Dwelling & family #2168
Holland 52, M farmer $4200 real estate, $1400 personal estate, b KY
Sarah 51, F b TN
Thomas C  25, M farm labor $175 real estate, b MS
George W 20, M farm labor, b MS
Malinda M 17, F b MS
Nancy L 13, F b MS
John M 13, M b MS
Martha M 11, F b MS
Amando M 2, M b MS (Vicki Roach says: Amanda M 2 F MS)
Malinda J. Matthews 18, b TN
Isaac W. McKay 19, b NC Farm labor

1870 Tippah Co., MS Ripley  pg 239
Holland 63 MW Farmer  900  700  SC
S.  62  FW Keeping House Tenn
T.C. 35  MW  MS

1880 census, Tishomingo Co. MS, p86 (ED 199, District 5)
Lines 41-
35 35 Billingsley, J   W M 71 - - 1 1 - - Farmer / - - - - - - - - - Kentucky            (Jeptha Billingsley)
             Annie M   W F 66 - Wife - 1 - - Keeping house - - - - - - - - - 1 Tennessee Tenn -        (Ann Randolph Billingsley)
36 36 Billingsley, Ben W M 34? - - - 1 - - Farmer / - - - - - 1 - - - Alabama Ky Tenn         (Benjamin Franklin Billingsley)
           Catherine C W F 34 - Wife - 1 - - - Keeping house - - - - - - - - - - Alabama SC SC
               Lola? R W F 14 - Daughter 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi Ala Ala
              Sallie A W F  9 - Daughter 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi ALa Ala
                Jack F W M  9?(maybe 7) - Son 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi Ala Ala
             Granville W M 5 - son 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi Ala Ala
               Price W W M 3 - son 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi Ala Ala
                Carrie W F 1 - Daughter 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi ALa Ala
37 37 Billingsley, Claton  W W M 40 - - - 1 - - Farmer / - - - - - - - - - Alabama Tenn NC
                 Malvina M W F 36 - wife - 1 - - Keeping house - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi SC Tenn
                  Luther A W M 1? - son 1 - - - Farm Laborer - - - - - - - 1 - - Mississippi Ala Miss
                   Ida T/F W F 10 - Daughter 1 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - 1 Mississippi Ala Miss (maybe Ida L?)
                  Mattie T W F  8 - Daughter 1 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - Mississippi Ala Miss (maybe Mattie L?)
                  Arthur R W M  5 - Son 1 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - Mississippi Ala Miss  (maybe Arthur L?)
                 Arminie L W F  1 - Daughter 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi (Minnie L)
38 38 Lindsey, Holland  W M 72 - - - 1 - - Farmer / - - - - - - - - - South Carolina
               Sallie   W F 71 - wife - 1 - - Keeping house - - - - - - - - - 1 Tennessee
      Chisholm JWJ      W M 28 - Son-in-law - 1 - - Farmer / - - - - - 1 - - - Mississippi
               Mattie M    W F 30 - Daughter - 1 - - Keeping house - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi SC Tenn
               Henry C  W M  2 - Grandson 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi Miss Miss
               Addie Z? W F 2/12 ? - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mississippi Miss Miss


Could this be him? (Civil War Muster Records)
Lindsey, Holland. Company H,  32  Mississippi Cavalry.  Rank, induction: Private. Rank, discharge: Sergeant
Box #000232, EXCT #0024, Record #00000038

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Probable references in BLM GLO Land Patent Records:

LINDSEY, HOLLAND 10/06/1840 Accession # MS2910__.007
160 acres: NE Sect. 3/ Twp 8-S Range 10-E  ITAWAMBA Co. MS

LINDSEY, HOLLAND 10/06/1840 Accession # MS2910__.027
160 acres: NW Sect. 3/ Twp 8-S Range 10-E  ITAWAMBA Co. MS

LINDSEY, HOLLAND 
Land Office:    PONTOTOC    Sequence #:
Document Number:    8536    Total Acres:    160
Misc. Doc. Nr.:    Signature:    Yes
Canceled Document:    No     Issue Date:    October 06, 1840
Mineral Rights Reserved:     No    Metes and Bounds:     No
Survey Date:            Statutory Reference:     3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names:    No    Act or Treaty:     April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names:    No     Entry Classification:    Sale-Cash Entries

                                                     Legal Land Description:
                            Fractional
                            #     Aliquot Parts     Block #    Base Line    Section    Township    Range    Section #
                            1    NE             CHICKASAW    No     8S    10E    3


LINDSEY, HOLLAND
Land Office:    PONTOTOC     Sequence #:
Document Number:    8556    Total Acres:    160
Misc. Doc. Nr.:     Signature:     Yes
Canceled Document:    No     Issue Date:    October 06, 1840
Mineral Rights Reserved:     No    Metes and Bounds:     No
Survey Date:            Statutory Reference:     3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names:    No    Act or Treaty:     April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names:    No     Entry Classification:    Sale-Cash Entries

                                                     Legal Land Description:
                            Fractional
                            #     Aliquot Parts     Block #    Base Line    Section    Township    Range    Section #
                            1    NW             CHICKASAW    No     8S    10E    3

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Itawamba County Mississippi Deed Book 2
http://www.rootsweb.com/~msichs/deed2.html

Instructions: This abstract is in page order and was abstracted from the original book found in the Itawamba County Chancery Court Clerk's office. A quick way to find surnames is to click the edit menu and select find. Type the surname you are searching and click ok. Click continue to resume searching for your surname after a surname is found.
 
Holland Lindsey of Itawamba County sold to Bazzel Lee Lindsey of Itawamba County the northwest quarter of Section 30 in Township 8, Range 10 on 26 May 1838 for $1,920: DB2/OO1

This indenture made ... this 3rd day of September ... 1838 between Charles Warren, sheriff of the county of Itawamba ... and Holland Lindsey and John N. Cox of the county aforesaid ... at the June Term of the said county circuit court in the year of our Lord 1838, D.A. Patrick & Co. (obtained a) judgement against David Files and William H. Files for the sum of one hundred and twenty three dollars debt together ... and a writ was issued to the sheriff comanding him (to sell) the goods, chattels and land of the said defendants ... the same has been levied on the north half of a certain lot of land ... in the Town of Fulton ... designated in the plan of the Town as Lot No. 5 in Block No. 12 .. therefore I, Charles Warren, sheriff ... have exposed to sale said lot of land and have sold the same to Holland Lindsey and John M. Cox, they being the highest and best bidders ...the said Holland and Lindsey have paid the sum of twenty two dollars...: DB2/017

Bazzle L. Lindsey of Itawamba County sold to Meredith Moses of Tuskaloosa County, Alabama the northwest quarter of Section 30 in Township 8, Range 10 on 12 January 1839 for $1,500: DB2/157

Holland Lindsey of Itawamba County sold to David A. Patrick of Tishomingo County half of Lot 5 in Block 12 including 25 feet on the public square in the Town of Fulton on 8 December 1838 for $71: DB2/256

Bill of Sale: This indenture made the 9th of June 1838 between Holland Lindsey of Itawamba County and Bazel L. Lindsey of said county ... for and in consideration of $1,200 paid by the part of the second part, Holland Lindsey sold ... Three Negroes: 1 woman about twenty five years old named Sally, one sucking child female five months old named Lucinda and one girl about eight years old named Matilda all of which I warrant to be slaves for life: DB2/262
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In a letter to B. S. Lindsey in Baltimore, dated 23 Jul 1910, John Micajah Lindsey said that Holland was born in SC and then moved with his family first to middle TN (when he was 3 years old), to AL "when he was only a plow boy" and finally to Mississippi, where he "raised his family consisting of five boys and three girls."
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Goodspeed's History of Itawamba County, Mississippi (1891)

From:  Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Mississippi, Embracing an Authentic
and Comprehensive Account of the Chief Events in the History of the State and a
Record of the Lives of Many of the Most Worthy and Illustrious Families and
Individuals.  Vol. 1.  Chicago: Goodspeed Publishing Company, 1891.

From:  Chapter XII.  Counties of the Chickasaw Cession.  pp. 252-253.

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     All that part of the Chickasaw bordering on the Tombigbee river was called
Monroe, and February 9, 1836, Itawamba was formed out of that territory and organized
into a county, embracing about half of what is now Lee county, and part of Prentiss
and Tishomingo counties.

     The town of Fulton, the county seat, situated on the east bank of the
Tombigbee, was laid off in 1836, and Charles Warren was elected the first sheriff;
Louis Gideon, probate clerk; C. H. Ritchie, probate judge; R. O. Beene, circuit
clerk.  The first board of supervisors met in September, 1836; J. S. Bourland was
elected president.  The other members were A. G. Lane, John Beene, S. S. Sperman
and E. Allen.

     It is possible that the first white man to visit and settle in this section
was Isaac Edwards in 1827.  He was soon followed by J. S. Bourland, Everett
Sheffield, John and Alfred Dulaney, M. Harrison, Reuben Wiygul, H. Jamison,
Holland Lindsey, Jacob Green, Dorn Patton, Charles Warren, Josiah Lindsey, E. G.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^                                                                         ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Thomas, Samuel Bell, Ed. Lesley, all now dead.  J. Robins and M. C. Cummings,
still living, were among the first settlers in 1836.  The land sales took place
at Pontotoc and the county rapidly settled up.

     The Tombigbee river runs through the county from north to south, and
numerous crreeks afford fine water power.  There are several earthenware
factories and some wool carding mills in the county.  The river furnishes
transportation during part of the year.  Much of county is finely timbered.  Some
timber is being rafted out by the river.  The principal varieties growing here
are the oaks, pine, hickory, maple, beech, walnut, gum and cypress.  This is a
hilly county, with fertile valleys, and the chief products are corn, cotton,
fruits of all kinds, oats and some wheat.  The county abounds in good water from
never-failing springs.  Many fine streams run into the Tombigbee in this county.

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Did he serve in the Civil War? John doesn't mention it in his letter to B S Lindsey, but see the following:
Holland Lindsey
Regiment Name 32 Mississippi Infantry 
Side Confederate 
Company  H 
Soldier's Rank_In  Private 
Soldier's Rank_Out  Sergeant 
Alternate Name   Notes 
Film Number M232 roll 24

More About HOLLAND LINDSEY:
Census: 1840, MS, Tishomingo Co., pg 220
Residence: 1847, Bay Springs MS

Notes for SARAH DAVIS:
JTP says:
Sarah died 1891 in Jasper , Newton Co., Arkansas
He also says she was born on the Cumberland River in Warren Co. TN

Children of HOLLAND LINDSEY and SARAH DAVIS are:
    i.    JAMES5 LINDSEY (Source: letter from John M Lindsey to B.S. Lindsey, dated 24 jul 1910, "My oldest brother, James, was in the 43rd Mississippi Regiment and was killed at
          Jonesboro, Georgia on the retreat from Atlanta in June 1864."), b. Bef. 1831; d. 1864, Georgia; Jonesboro.

Notes for JAMES LINDSEY:
National Park Service CW Soldiers and Sailors System <http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/soldiers.htm>

Lindsey, S.H.    Confederate    Infantry    43rd Regiment, Mississippi Infantry
However, under "Alternate name" is listed "Samuel H Lindsey"

 43rd Regiment, Mississippi Infantry

43rd Infantry Regiment was formed during the summer of 1862 with eleven companies. Some of its members were Kemper and Noxubee Counties. After fighting at Iuka and Corinth, the unit was assigned to General L. Hebert's Brigade, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana, and was captured at Vicksburg in July, 1863. Exchanged, it went on to serve under Generals J. Adams and Lowry, Army of Tennessee. The 43rd participated in various conflicts throughout the Atlanta Campaign, then saw action in Tennessee and North Carolina. It reported 13 killed, 56 wounded, and 156 missing at Corinth, had 483 effectives in February, 1863, and during the Vicksburg siege lost 25 killed and 33 wounded. In December, 1863, only 1 officer and 36 men were present. On April 26, 1865, it surrendered. The field officers were Colonels Richard Harrison and William H. Moore, and Lieutenant Colonels James O.Banks, Richard W. Leigh, and Columbus Sykes.

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During 1909, Mrs. Mollie Gaither of Fulton, submitted the following 19th century newspaper clipping to the Itawamba County News. The old newspaper clipping was printed in the October 14, 1909 edition of the newspaper. Below is a transcript of the old clipping:

At the breaking out of the Civil War in 1861, there were about 40 voters within the corporate limits of the town of Fulton, and 5 or 6 boys who were under age. Of that number, 18 were killed in battle and died of disease contracted in the army, towit: Eugene Clifton, died at Pensacola, Florida; J.W. Norwood, died at Savannah, Georgia; Henry Mulder, died at home; Geo. Mulder, died at home; M.M. Shelby, died; J.A. Wright, died; A.S. Fry, died at Dalton, Georgia; J.L. Holmes, killed at Resaca, Georgia; D.N. Owen, killed at Murfreesboro, Tennessee; J.J. Lindsey, killed at Jonesboro, Georgia; S.S. Owen, killed near Appomattox, Virginia; W.A. Graham, killed at Mumfordsville, Kentucky; Pryor McWilliams, killed at Chickamauga, Tennessee; C.H. Walker, killed at Perryville, Kentucky; Dan Whitener, killed at Murfreesboro, Tennessee; Capt. B.F. Toomer, killed at Franklin, Tennessee; Frank Rogers, killed at Murfreesboro, Tennessee; John Guess, killed at Chickamauga, Tennessee. The corporate limits of Fulton was one square mile.
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More About JAMES LINDSEY:
Military service: CSA - 43rd MS Regiment - KIA on retreat from Atlanta in 1864

          ii.    BASSEL LEE LINDSEY , b. 1831, Alabama; d. 1873, Mississippi.
         iii.    THOMAS C. LINDSEY , b. 1836, Mississippi; d. Aft. 24 Jul 1910.
         iv.    GEORGE W. LINDSEY (Source: letter from John M Lindsey to B.S. Lindsey, dated 24 jul 1910, "brother Lee and George was in the 26th Miss. Regiment and brother Lee
                  was discharged at Bowlinggreen Ky., and George was captured at Fort Donelson and died in Indianpolis, Ind."), b. 1839, MS; d. 9 Apr 1862, IN; Indianapolis (CSA POW)
                  (Source: (1) letter from John M Lindsey to B.S. Lindsey, dated 24 jul 1910., (2) http://members.aol.com/shardwik/cw/26thms.html, "Electronic," 26th Mississippi Infantry, CSA
                   The Roster of Company AB. L. LindseyG. W. Lindsey (? - 4/9/62; Green Lawn Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN).).

Notes for GEORGE W. LINDSEY:
Roster, 26th MS Cavalry, Co. A  [http://members.aol.com/shardwik/cw/coa.html]
B. L. Lindsey (Sgt)
G. W. Lindsey (Pvt)  (? - 4/9/62; Green Lawn Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN)
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Civil War Solldiers and Sailors System:
 G.W. Lindsey
Regiment Name 26 Mississippi Infantry 
Side Confederate  Company  A 
Soldier's Rank_In  Private 
Soldier's Rank_Out  Private 
Alternate Name   Notes 
Film Number M232 roll 24
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Confederate POWs who died at Ft. Morton were originally buried in Green Lawn Cemetery. The bodies were eventually moved to the Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis.

Indiana Historical Marker 49.1962.2
Marion Co.
Camp Morton
1861-1865 Site selected by Lew Wallace as training camp for volunteers on old State Fairgrounds in 1861 and named for Governor Oliver P. Morton. Used as a camp for Confederate prisoners 1862-65. Col. Richard Owen, Commandant.
Location: 1900 block Alabama Street, Herron-Morton Place Historic Park, Indianapolis. Reinstalled 1981, moved 1999.

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http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/tn002.htm
Fort Donelson   

                  Other Names: None

                  Location: Stewart County

                  Campaign: Federal Penetration up the Cumberland and Tennessee
                  Rivers (1862)

                  Date(s): February 11-16, 1862

                  Principal Commanders: Brig. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant and Flag-Officer
                  A.H. Foote [US]; Brig. Gen. John B. Floyd, Brig. Gen. Gideon Pillow, and
                  Brig. Gen. Simon B. Buckner [CS]

                  Forces Engaged: Army in the Field [US]; Fort Donelson Garrison [CS]

                  Estimated Casualties: 17,398 total (US 2,331; CS 15,067)

                  Description: After capturing Fort Henry on February 6, 1862, Brig. Gen.
                  Ulysses S. Grant advanced cross-country to invest Fort Donelson. On
                  February 16, 1862, after the failure of their all-out attack aimed at
                  breaking through Grant’s investment lines, the fort’s 12,000-man
                  garrison surrendered unconditionally. This was a major victory for Brig.
                  Gen. Ulysses S. Grant and a catastrophe for the South. It ensured that
                  Kentucky would stay in the Union and opened up Tennessee for a
                  Northern advance along the Tennessee and Cumberland rivers. Grant
                  received a promotion to major general for his victory and attained
                  stature in the Western Theater, earning the nom de guerre
                  “Unconditional Surrender.”

                  Result(s): Union victory

                  CWSAC Reference #: TN002

                  Preservation Priority: I.1 (Class A)

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http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/6265/marking.htm
CROWN HILL CEMETERY PROJECT

On October 3rd 1993 a four year project was completed when a monument was dedicated to 1,616 Confederate soldiers and sailors at Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis, Indiana.

In 1989 two Indianapolis police officers, interested in historical preservation, started an effort to have the mass grave of Confederate prisoners of war properly marked. Four years later, after being joined by such organizations as the Civil War Roundtable, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Sons of Union Veterans, American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Southern Club and many other groups and individuals, a new Confederate memorial was dedicated.

In Indianapolis during the Civil War, 1,616 Confederate soldiers and sailors died from the harsh treatment and conditions prevalent in military prisons in those days. These men were being held in Camp Morton, which held approximately 5,000 prisoners at any one time. A total of 15,000 men passed through the camp between 1862 and 1865. Orignally, the Confederates who died while being held at Camp Morton were buried at Greenlawn Cemetery near downtown Indianapolis. Years later when bodies were removed from this cemetery to make way for industrialization, the first monument to the Rebels was removed to a city park. Several years later, the bodies of the Confederates were moved to Crown Hill Cemetery, without their monument.

Since the 1912 monument would no longer fit onto the mass grave site at Crown Hill, a new marker at Crown Hill stated "1,616 Unknown Confederates". But, records from the National Archieves and from the old monument, revealed all of the names, dates of death and ranks of the deceased. So the Crown Hill Cemetery Project was created to right this wrong. This effort proved to be the forerunner of the current Indiana Coalition to Honor Civil War Dead.

At a beautiful ceremony in 1993, before hundreds of onlookers, the new Confederate Memorial was dedicated at a service attended by many officials and relatives of the dead. The keynote speaker was Congressman Andrew Jacobs, a supporter of the project. At this dedication were military honor guards from the United States Army and Civil War reenactors.

Now the 1,616 Americans buried at the Confederate mound in Crown Hill rest in peace, properly recognzied at last.

More About GEORGE W. LINDSEY:
Burial: IN; Indianapolis; Crown Hill Cemetery
Military service: Co. A, CSA - 26th MS Regiment, captured @ Ft. Donnelson, died in Indianapolis IN

          v.    MALINDA MELVINA LINDSEY , b. 18 Feb 1844, Mississippi; Tishomingo Co.; d. 14 Nov 1923, Oklahoma; Hughes Co.; Holdenville.
          vi.    JOHN MICAJAH LINDSEY , b. 21 Sep 1846, Mississippi; Tishomingo Co.; d. 4 Sep 1925, Tennessee; Hardin Co.; Savannah.
    .    vii.    NANCY LOUVINA LINDSEY , b. 21 Sep 1846, Mississippi; Tishomingo Co.; d. Oct 1895, Mississippi; Prentiss Co.; Marietta.
         viii.    MARTHA M. LINDSEY , b. 1849, Mississippi; d. 1915, Oklahoma.
          ix.    AMANDO M. LINDSEY, b. 1858.

Notes for AMANDO M. LINDSEY:
May have died young - not mentioned in letter from John M Lindsey to Benjamin S Lindsey detailing CSA service of John and his brothers. Or maybe it was just because he was too young to be in the war?
Name appears in a census record. Could he have been a son of James? James was certainly old enough to have been married before the Civil War.
MARY4 LINDSEY (MICAJAH C3, JAMES WILLIAM 2 , JAMES WILLIAM1) was born c 1810 in Kentucky (Source: (1) Jerry Martin, A Place Called Belmont, c. 1978 Itawamba County Times, (2) 1850 Census  Itawamba Co. MS.), and died Aft. Feb 1845.  She married DAVID FRANKLIN 11 Jan 1821 in Alabama; Jefferson Co. (Source: Marriages of Jefferson County, AL 1818-1864 by Pauline Jones Gandrud. (BPL)Jefferson County, AL, 1815-1859 Computerized Marriage Records by Hunting for Bears, Inc.).  He was born c 1795 in Kentucky, and died 1875 in Mississippi; Itawamba Co..
Notes for DAVID FRANKLIN:
In a letter written by James "Holland" Lindsey, it was stated that David Franklin was in the merchandising business with William "Carroll" Lindsey.

Buried in the Franklin Cemetery in Itawamba County, MS, no marker.
He fought in the Seminole War in Florida. From: Marriage Records of Jefferson County, Al, 1818-1864  by Pauline Jones Gandrud.

1850 Census Itawamba Co. MS, 7th District, p 398a (Ancestry.com image 193):
Dwelling/Family 268/268
David Franklin    55 m    Farmer    500    Ky
Mary        40 f            Ky
Tabitha        16 f            Ala
Malinda        11 f            Mi
Martha        9 f            Mi
John De???s    26 m            Ala
More About DAVID FRANKLIN:
Census: 1850, Itawamba Co. MS 7th Dist p 398a
   
Children of MARY LINDSEY and DAVID FRANKLIN are:
       i.    TABITHA5 FRANKLIN , b. 1834.
       ii.    MALINDA CAROLINE FRANKLIN , b. 8 Sep 1838, MS (Source: ASC-M.); d. 5 May 1917, Itawamba Co. MS; m. GILBERT HENRY WILLIAMS, 7 Nov 1859,
              Itawamba Co. MS (Source: ASC-M.).
      iii.    MARTHA FRANKLIN , b. 1841.
      iv.    WINEFRED ELMIRA FRANKLIN , b. 1841, Itawamba Co. MS; d. 1899, Tremont, Itawamba Co. MS.
       v.    NANCY JANE FRANKLIN , b. 1826, Alabama; m. WILLIAM MURPHREE, 10 Dec 1846, Mississippi; Itawamba Co.; b. c 1830, Alabama; Blount Co..
      vi.    JAMES OWEN FRANKLIN , b. 24 Jan 1824, Jefferson Co. AL; d. 10 Jul 1870, Itawamba Co. MS.

WILLIAM CARROLL4 LINDSEY (MICAJAH C3, JAMES WILLIAM 2, JAMES WILLIAM1) was born c 1816 in Alabama (Source: Jerry Martin, A Place Called Belmont, c. 1978 Itawamba County Times), and died 1867 in Mississippi; Tishomingo Co.; Belmont.  He married MARTHA BULLEN.  She was born c 1816 in Mississippi.
Notes for WILLIAM CARROLL LINDSEY:
From : "A Place Called Belmont" by Jerry Martin. Printed by the Itawamba County Times, c. 1978.

Entered land in 1836 in Old Tishomingo County, MS.  Was a loyal member of New Providence Primitive Baptist Church.  In 1853 he established a ferry across Big Bear Creek on the Road from Frankfort, AL to Carrollville, MS.  The ferry was named the Pittsburgh Ferry.

1840 Federal Census Tishomingo Co. MS:
p220  family199  Lindsay           Wm. C.          White Males:0  0  0  0  1[20-30]  0  0  0  0  0  0  0   0   White Females: 1[under 5]  0  0  0  1[16-20]  0  0  0  0  0  0  0   0    Free Male Colored:0  0  0  0  0   0   Free Female Colored: 0  0  0  0  0   0   Males Slaves: 0  0  0  0  0   0   Female Slaves: 1  1  0  0  0   0   5[total]      0    1[employed in agriculture]   0   0    0     0     0     0              0     0    0  0  0     0      0      0     0     0      0       0        0     0       0     0      0     0      0

1850 Census Tishomingo Co. MS, Southern Div, p 159b (Ancestry.com image 323)
Dwelling & Family #962 (next door to Bassel Linsey)
William C Linsey     34 m    Farmer    1800    Ala
Martha        34 f            Miss
Mary E        13 f            Miss
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Probable references in BLM GLO Land Patent Records:

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C 04/09/1842 MS2970__.457
172.68 acres:  SE Sect 12/ Twp  6-S Range 10-E  TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C 04/09/1842 MS2980__.022
320 acres:  W½ Sect 19/ Twp 6-S Range 11-E  TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C  04/09/1842 MS2980__.225
160.15 acres:   NE Sect  32/ Twp  7-S Range 10-E  ITAWAMBA Co. MS

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C 08/14/1844 MS3050__.230
159.88 acres:  SW Sect.  22/ Twp  6-S Range 10-E TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C  01/13/1845 MS3110__.134
159.98 acres:  SW Sect. 6/ Twp   6-S Range 10-E  TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C 03/01/1853 MS3190__.266
159.42acres: NE Sect 27/ Twp 6-S Range 10-E  TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C 05/06/1839 MS2880__.027
166.95 acres:  NE Sect 24/ Twp 6-S Range  10-E  TISHOMINGO Co. MS

LINDSEY, WILLIAM C & ELIJAH BULLIN 10/06/1840 MS2910__.046
160 acres:  NW Sct  18/ Twp  9-S Range 11-E  ITAWAMBA Co. MS

Also, possibly the William C Lindsey who bought land in Fayette Co. AL in 1854:
12/19/1854    William C Lindsey of Jefferson Co. AL S28 T15 R1E

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Itawamba Co. MS Marriages Groom/Bride/Date/By Whom
Marriage Book 1:
2 Robert R. Harrison Margaret Patton 24 Jul 1837 William Lindsey
12 Andrew Parker Manerva Pierce 8 Jan 1838 Wm. C. Lindsay
13 Meredith Brazzle Martha E. May 13 Jan 1838 Wm.C. Lindsay
14 Thomas Bullen Mary Kennaday 1 Mar 1838 Wm. C. Lindsey
15 Benjamin Biford Nancy Cromeans 8 Mar 1838 Wm. C. Lindsey
16 William Abel Mary Ann Reese 15 Mar 1838 Wm. C. Lindsey
103  Elijah Bullen  Elizabeth Burngardner  29 Jan 1839  Wm. Lindsey

More About WILLIAM CARROLL LINDSEY:
Census: 1840, Mississippi; Tishomingo Co. p220

Notes for MARTHA BULLEN:
A Samuel Bullen bought a lot of Tishomingo Co. land from the government in Jan of 1845.

An Elijah Bullin and William C Lindsey bought land jointly in Itawamba Co. in 1840.
Children of WILLIAM LINDSEY and MARTHA BULLEN are:
    i.    MARY EMALINE5 LINDSEY , b. 1837, Mississippi; Tishomingo Co. ?; d. 1890, Texas; Williamson Co.; Georgetown; m. JESSE AMOS BOULTON, 20 Oct 1859, Mississippi;
         Tishomingo Co. (Source: Tishomingo County, MS Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns Jan. 1842-Feb. 1861 Compiled and indexed by Thomas P. Hughes and Jewel B. Standefer.);
         b. 1836, Alabama.
Marriage Notes for MARY LINDSEY and JESSE BOULTON:
Minister: J. C. Barton
Surety: Wm. Mathews
    ii.    MATILDA LINDSEY, b. 1838, GA (acc 1850 census); m. ? RUSH.
ELIZABETH4 LINDSEY (MICAJAH C3, JAMES WILLIAM 2, JAMES WILLIAM1) was born c 1819 in Alabama (Source: Jerry Martin, A Place Called Belmont, c. 1978 Itawamba County Times), and died Aft. 1845 in Texas.  She married JOHN JOEL c 1835.  He was born c 1808 in South Carolina, and died Aft. 1845 in Texas.
Notes for JOHN JOEL:
John Joel was a farmer, according to the 1850 census of Tishomingo Co., MS

1860 Census pg 330 Tishomingo  Martha R and Rebecca--check this out!

1850 Census Tishomingo Co. Southern Div., p 159a (ancestry.com image 322)
Lines 14-21, Dwelling & Family #958
John Joel        41 m    Farmer    400    SC    - - / (illiterate)
Elizabeth        31 f            Ala    - - /      "
James R        11 m            Miss    - / - (attended school w/in year)
Richard C                    14 m            Miss    - / -                   "
Mary E        14 f            Miss    - / -                   "
Martha A R    7 f            Miss    - / -                   "
Mary F        5 f            Miss    - / -                   "
George W    1/12 m            Miss

On p159b, possibly his parents:
Lines Dwelling & Family #964
Gabriel Joel    77 m    Farmer        SC
Rebecca        66 f            SC    - - /
Sintha        25 f            SC    - - /
Anna        25 f            SC    - - /
Richard B    24 m            SC    - - /
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1800 Census, Laurens Co. SC:
John Jowell        - - 1 - -   1 - 1 - -   - -
Gabriel Jowell    1 - 1 - -   - - 1 - -   - 1
Children of ELIZABETH LINDSEY and JOHN JOEL are:
       i.    RICHARD C5 JOEL, b. 1836.
Notes for RICHARD C JOEL:
1850 Census  looked like Richard C not E
      ii.    JAMES R JOEL , b. 1839, Mississippi.
     iii.    MARTHA A R JOEL, b. 1841, Mississippi.
     iv.    MARY E JOEL, b. 1843, Mississippi.
     v.    MARY F JOEL, b. 1845, Mississippi.                   I don't know what to think about these two names. Are they the same person???
    vi.    GEORGE W JOEL, b. 1850, Mississippi.



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