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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson



He was 39 in 1850 living in Dist #2, Jefferson County, Kentucky.


She was 40 in 1850.


She was 18 in 1850.


He was 17 in 1850.


She was 16 in 1850.

Margaret GRAHAM

She was 13 in 1850.


He was 11 in 1850.


He was 9 in 1850.

Catherine GRAHAM

She comes from a different Graham family and is not related to her husband that I can find at this time. Her parents were William Graham and Mary Anne Whitecotton of Washington County, Kentucky.

Cassandra CROW

CENSUS RECORDS: She was in the 15 to 20 age bracket in 1840.

CENSUS RECORDS: She was 34 in 1850, married to Isaiah Starkey, living in Dist #13, Warren County, Tennessee. She has apparently not had any children with Isaiah yet.

CENSUS RECORDS: 3 Aug 1860 Dist #10, Summitville PO, Coffee, Tennessee page #78, family #1361/1361
STAKEY, Cassander age 40, female, domestic, $3000 & $1760, AL
STAKEY, Acy age 6, female, TN
STAKEY, Abigail age 3, female, TN

CENSUS RECORDS: 4 Aug 1870 Dist #10, Summitsville PO, Coffee, Tennessee page #102, family #24/24
STARKEY, Cassander age 50, female, keeps house, $2500 & $1245, AL
STARKEY, Atha age 16, female, TN
STARKEY, Abigail age 13, female, TN
STARKEY, James age 17, male, black, laborer, TN
STARKEY, John age 16, male, black, laborer, TN

CENSUS RECORDS: 26 June 1880 Dist #10, Summitsville PO, Coffee, Tennessee page #133, family #351
STORKY, Casander head, age 60,widow, keeps house, TN TN TN
STORKY, Athey dau, age 24, single, TN TN TN

NOTES: Cassandra is on 1890 Veterans Schedule of Coffee County, Tennessee in ED District #38, page #1.

CENSUS RECORDS: She was 80 in 1900, widowed, TN TN GA, living with her widowed son-in-law David DARNELL in Dist. #10, Coffee County, Tennessee.

William Nathan LOFTIS

He was 16 in 1850.

He was 34 in 1860 living in Cadron Twp, Van Buren, Arkansas.

MILITARY RECORDS: He served as a private in Company G, 13th Gore's Tennessee Cavalry, Confederate Army during the Civil War. He died in a Federal Prison Camp during the Civil War.

MILITARY RECORDS: The Tennessee 13th Cavalry Regiment, usually called Dibrell's 8th Cavalry, was organized in September, 1862, as a partisan ranger command. Its twelve companies were from Overton, Putnam, White, and Jackson counties. The regiment was assigned to Forrest's, Humes', Biffle's, and Dibrell's Brigade. It fought at Parker's Cross Roads , skirmished in Alabama and Georgia, then was engaged at Chickamauga . Later the unit was involved in the Atlanta Campaign, saw action at Saltville in Virginia, took part in the defense of Savannah, and participated in the conflicts at Averyboro and Bentonville . The unit served as President Davis' escort and surrendered at Washington, Georgia, on May 2, 1865.
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She was 15 in 1850.

She was 25 in 1860.

She was 37 in 1870, listed as insane and she her son Stephen are living in the home of Nathan and Eleanor CLIFTON in Cadron Twp, Van Buren, Arkansa.

Stephen LOFTIS

He was 6 in 1860.

He was 16 in 1870, living in the home of Nathan and Eleanor CLIFTON in Cadron Twp, Van Buren, Arkansas.

Clarinda LOFTIS

She was 4 in 1860.

She was 15 in 1870, working as a domestic servant, living in the home of WC and Martha NAIL in Benton Twp, Conway, Arkansas.

William David LOFTIS

He was 5 months old in 1860.

He was 40 in 1900, married 13 years, living in Davis Twp, Van Buren, Arkansas.

He was 50 in 1910, married 23 years, living in Davis Twp, Van Buren, Arkansas.

He was 61 in 1920 living in Sulpher Springs Twp, Van Buren, Arkansas.


She was 38 in 1900, mother of 6 children and all are still living.

She was 46 in 1910, mother of 6 children and all are still living.

She was 57 in 1920.

She was 66 in 1930, widowed, living with her son and daughter-in-law, Marion and Ida Loftis in Perry Twp, Perry, Arkansas.

James Allen LOFTIS

He was 10 in 1900.

Lonnie Reese LOFTIS

He was 2 in 1900.

He was 12 in 1910.

He was 20 in 1920.