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Descendants of Francis de Bourdon

Source Citations


4418. Mary A. Jackson

1Methodist Episcopal Church South near Brownsboro, Texas. Papers of Lemuel L. Ansley in possession of Karen Ansley 2004. " 2 Mary A. Ansley, dau. Of Albertus Jackson April 1878 by Letter Caleb Smith."

2FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/9911608/mary-a.-ansley. Image.


Lemuel Licurgus Ansley

1Methodist Episcopal Church South near Brownsboro, Texas. Papers of Lemuel L. Ansley in possession of Karen Ansley 2004. "1   Lemuel  L. Ansley, g-grandfather of Elmer A.  April 1878  Letter  Caleb Smith
3  Adolphus A. Ansley, bro. Of Lemuel L.  April 1878  Letter  Caleb Smith  Letter."

2FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/9911624/lemuel-l.-ansley. Image.


4423. Josephine Jackson

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/66471392/josephine-a.-shelby. Image.


John McKnitt "Mack" Shelby

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/34972425/john-mcknitt-shelby. "March 21, 1917 edition of The Christian Observer.
"While sitting peacefully before his hearth at his home near Lampasas, Texas, with his wife and unmarried daughter, Mr. J.M. (Mack) Shelby was stricken with apoplexy January 5, 1917, and, after suffering painfully, but patiently, departed this life on February 26, 1917. John McKnitt, the fourth child of James Madison and Amanda Henderson Shelby, was born in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, April 4, 1849. While he was quite young his parents moved to Alabama. In his early manhood he united with the Bethesda Presbyterian Church in Perry County, Alabama. He came to Texas with his parents in 1869, settling near Tyler, Texas. He was married December 30, 1875 to Miss Josie Jackson at Overton, Texas. To this union nine children were born, of whom three survive him. He moved to Henderson County, a pioneer section in 1880, being amongst it's earliest settlers. In 1888, he and his wife both had an attack of typhoid fever, from which his wife died just as he himself was recovering. On July 30, 1889, he was married to Miss Sarah Lou Bristow, who, with two of the eight children born of this union now survives him. In 1891, seeking his health, he turned his face westward and settled in Wilbarger County, Texas, again becoming a pioneer. Here by his bravery, energy, tenacity, economy and resourcefulness, he passed successfully through crop failure and financial panics, when hundreds of others packed their all in a two horse wagon and returned East. He was the first man to plant cotton in that section of the state west of Pease River, a section in which a single county produced 30,000 bales of cotton in 1915, and he was the leader in that territory in stock raising and diversified farming. In 1910 he moved to Austin, Texas, for sake of better educational facilities and seeking to retire somewhot from active life. But city life and inactivity chafed him and, again threatened with loss of health, he sought the freedom of the open country and ranch life. In 1912 he moved to his ranch in Burnet County, nine miles southwest of Lampasas, Texas ornamented it with a beautiful country home, stocked it with good blooded hourses, cows, hogs and Sheep, clutifated it with the latest implements and machinery, and highly improved it in other ways, the while becoming happy and strong again, a benediction to his home and a "father to his community."." Image.


7173. Lemuel Evart Shelby

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/31457352/lemuel-evart-shelby. "Son of John McNitt Shelby and Josephine Jackson. Husband of Mabel Claire Wright." Image.


Mabel Clair Wright

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/31544877/mabel-clair-shelby. "Daughter of Robert Pannell Wright and Tennie Earnest. Wife of Lemuel E. Shelby." Image.


7174. James Claude Shelby

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/18518285/james-claude-shelby. "Son of J.M. & J.A. Shelby." Image.


7176. Henry Bascom Shelby

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/18518185/henry-bascom-shelby. "Son of J.M. & J.A. Shelby." Image.


7177. Alonzo Jackson Shelby

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/75104323/alonzo-jackson-shelby. Image.


7178. Thomas Hall Shelby

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/26218333/thomas-hall-shelby. "SHELBY, THOMAS HALL (1881-1963). Thomas Hall Shelby, professor of education and university administrator, was born in Henderson County, Texas, on June 22, 1881, the son of John McNitt and Josephine (Jackson) Shelby. At an early age he moved with his family to Wilbarger County, where he graduated from Vernon High School. He received his B.A. degree from the University of Texas in 1907 and his M.A. from the University of Chicago in 1921. From 1913 to 1916 he taught education at Sam Houston Normal School. After teaching and serving in administrative capacities in Texas public schools, in 1920 he became director of the extension service at the University of Texas; in 1925 he became dean of the extension division and professor of education; he served in this capacity until 1951. As dean, Shelby initiated extension programs that enabled thousands of teachers to complete undergraduate and graduate degrees. He gave vigorous leadership to the development of adult education in Texas and also served as chairman of the state executive committee of the University Interscholastic League. As dean emeritus he continued to serve the university in an advisory capacity. Shelby was a life member of the Texas State Teachers Association and was president of that organization in 1919. He served as president of the National University Extension Association in 1929 and was a delegate to the World Federation of Education conferences in Geneva, Switzerland, that year. He was named a member of the White House Conference in 1933. In 1938 he received a Rockefeller Traveling Scholarship to study radio education in the United States and England. Shelby was a Democrat, a Mason, a Rotarian, and a Methodist. He married Dora Ethel Beasley on December 22, 1907, and they had two children. He died at his home in Austin on November 3, 1963, and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery." Image.


Dora Ethel Beasley

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/26218332/dora-ethel-shelby. "Daughter of Ira Thompson Beasley and Frances Brown." Image.


7179. William Earnest Shelby

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/66471197/william-earnest-shelby. Image.


7180. Era Shelby

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/36842687/era-hale. "Daughter of John McNitt Shelby and Josephine Jackson. Wife of Albert Thomas Hale." Image.


Albert Thomas Hale

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/36842984/albert-thomas-hale. "Son of George Henry Hale and Henni Scruggs. Husband of Era Shelby." Image.


7181. John Talmadge Shelby

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/66471775/john-talmage-shelby. Image.


7182. Josie Shelby

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/66471919/josie-shelby. Image.


4429. Mary Elizabeth Adams

11900 U.S. Census, M623_1655 pg 3B, 5 Jun 1900. "Watson, Lizzie Head WF July 1854 45 Wd 11 3 3 Georgia Georgia Georgia Teacher High School
------, Matie R Daughter WF Apr 1876 24 Texas Tennessee Georgia Teacher High School
------, Georgia S. Daughter WF Aug 1880 19 Texas Tennessee Georgia School teaching
------, Robert A Son WM Sept 1882 17 S Texas Tennessee Georgia Clerk Dry Goods
Adams, Alice M Mother-in-law WF April 1838 62 Wd Alabama Tennessee Tennessee School teacher."


4430. Sarah Louisa Adams

1Gary Doyle Woods, Hicks - Adams - Bass - Floyd - Pattillo and Collateral Lines 1840 - 1868, The Anson Jones Press Salado, Texas, pg 1. " 2. Sarah Louiza Adams was daughter of Robert Adams (b. 8-22-1825 at Eatonton, Georgia: d. Mexia, Texas, 12-17-1886) and Rebecca Patillo Bass, his w. (b. 5-4-1826 in Putnam County, Ga.: d. Fairfisld, Texas, 10-3-1867: m. 1-15-1845.)." Source Image. Citation Image.


William Elliott Doyle

1Gary Doyle Woods, Hicks - Adams - Bass - Floyd - Pattillo and Collateral Lines 1840 - 1868, The Anson Jones Press Salado, Texas, pg 1. " William Elliott Doyle (b. 4-26-1846 at Oconee Sta.,So.Car.: d. 9-9-1934 at Teague, Texas) and his w. Sarah Louiza Adams(b. 4-7-1856 at Eatontcn, Ga.: d. 6-5-1896 at Mexia, Texas: m. 6-3-1886." Source Image. Citation Image.

2Gary Doyle Woods, Hicks - Adams - Bass - Floyd - Pattillo and Collateral Lines 1840 - 1868, pg 1. " William Elliott Doyle (b. 4-26-1846 at Oconee Sta.,So.Car.: d. 9-9-1934 at Teague, Texas) and his w. Sarah Louiza Adams(b. 4-7-1856 at Eatontcn, Ga.: d. 6-5-1896 at Mexia, Texas: m. 6-3-1886." Source Image. Citation Image.

31880 U.S. Census, FHF 1255317 pg 438D, 2 Jun 1880. "Doyle, Wm E. MW 29 S Mayor of Mexia."

41900 U.S. Census, T623_1655 pg 12A, 13 Jun 1900. "Doyle, William E. Head WM Apr 1846 54 South Carolina South Carolina Virginia Lawyer
-----, Sara E Wife FW Mch 1868 32 M 1 1 1 Texas North Carolina Texas
-----, Kate J Daughter WF Mch 1887 13 Texas South Carolina Texas
-----, James E Son WM Sept 1889 10 Texas South Carolina Texas
-----, Hortense W Daughter WF June 1899 11/12 Texas South Carolina Texas."


4436. Oren Albertus Jackson

1Methodist Episcopal Church South near Brownsboro, Texas. Papers of Lemuel L. Ansley in possession of Karen Ansley 2004. "59  Orrin A. Jackson, son of James T.  Aug. 6, 1889  Letter  Albert Little  Lettered."


Susan Cornelia Robbins

1Methodist Episcopal Church South near Brownsboro, Texas. Papers of Lemuel L. Ansley in possession of Karen Ansley 2004. "60  Susan C. Jackson, son of James T.  Aug. 6, 1889  Letter  Albert Little  Lettered."


7188. Elonsia Jackson

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=55769284.


4437. Mary Anna Jackson

1Methodist Episcopal Church South near Brownsboro, Texas. Papers of Lemuel L. Ansley in possession of Karen Ansley 2004. "109  Mary A. Jackson Robbins, dau. Of James T.  Jan. 1894  Letter  Married to M.W. Barry Aug. 1905."


4439. Lula Jackson

1Methodist Episcopal Church South near Brownsboro, Texas. Papers of Lemuel L. Ansley in possession of Karen Ansley 2004. "13  Lula Jackson, dau. Of James T.  April 1, 1882  Letter  Murish  Married and Lettered."

2Texas Department of Health, Texas Death Index, 1903-2000, Ancestry.com (database on-line). "Name: Lula Stell
Death Date: 17 Aug 1933
Death County: Smith
Certificate: 38815."


Mason Bailey Stell

11880 U.S. Census, FHF 1255326 roll 1326 pg 239C, 5 Jun 1880. "Stell, Mason WM 35 M Farmer Georgia Georgia Georgia
-----, Mary WF 28 Wife M Keeps house Georgia South Carolina South Carolina
-----, James WM 8 Son Texas Georgia Georgia
-----, Bertie WM 3 Son Texas Georgia Georgia
-----, Thomas WM 3/12 Feb Son Texas Georgia Georgia
Roberts, Thos WM 60 Wd Farmer South Carolina South Carolina South Carolina."

21900 U.S. Census, FHL 124_1670 pg 7B, 12 Jun 1900. "Stell, Mason B. Head WM Oct 1845 54 M 9 Georgia Georgia Georgia Farmer
-----, Lula Wife WF Nov 1866 33 9 5 4 Texas Alabama Alabama
-----, Thomas C. Son WM Feb 1880 20 S Texas Georgia Texas Farm Laboere
-----, Nellie M Daughter WF Nov 1882 17 S Texas Georgia Texas
-----, Mamie L Daughter WF Mar 1885 15 S Texas Georgia Texas
-----, Leonard H Son WM Aug 1893 7 S Texas Georgia Texas
-----, Langston Son WM Apr 1896 4 S Texas Georgia Texas
-----, Sarah F. Daughter WF Mar 1892 S Texas Georgia Texas
-----, Annie L Daughter WF Nov 1899 6/12 S Texas Georgia Texas."


4441. Charles Thomas Jackson

1Methodist Episcopal Church South near Brownsboro, Texas. Papers of Lemuel L. Ansley in possession of Karen Ansley 2004. "32  #Charley T. Jackson, son of James T.  1886  Ritual."

21930 U.S. Census, FHL 2342089 Roll 2355 pg 7B, 14 Apr 1930. "Jackson, Charles J. Head MW 58 M 25 Texas Alabama Alabama Farmer General Farm
-------, Virginia M. Wife FW 56 M 23 Texas Georgia Georgia
-------, Aubrey E. Son MW 29 S Texas Texas Texas."


Virginia Mattie Ansley

1Methodist Episcopal Church South near Brownsboro, Texas. Papers of Lemuel L. Ansley in possession of Karen Ansley 2004. "31  Jennie Ansley, dau. Of Ben  1886  Letter  Married to C.T. Jackson."

2Texas Dept of Health, Texas Certificate, Death Certificate 38767.


7202. Aubrey Eugene Jackson

1U.S. Social Security Death Index. "Name: Aubrey Jackson  
SSN: 452-88-1159
Last Residence: 75756  Brownsboro, Henderson, Texas, USA
Born: 19 Jul 1900
Died: Jul 1977
State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (1965)
Source Citation: Number: 452-88-1159;
Issue State: Texas;
Issue Date: 1965."

2Texas Department of Health, Texas Death Index, 1903-2000, Ancestry.com (database on-line). "Name: Aubrey Jackson
Death Date: 2 Jul 1977
Death County: Henderson
Gender: Male."


4445. Ira Julius Jackson

1Methodist Episcopal Church South near Brownsboro, Texas. Papers of Lemuel L. Ansley in possession of Karen Ansley 2004. "146  Ira Jackson, son of James T.  July 1898  Ritual."


Minlah Lee Anderson

1U.S. Social Security Death Index. "Name: Minlah Jackson  
SSN: 454-62-9613
Last Residence: 79225  Chillicothe, Hardeman, Texas, United States of America
Born: 6 Mar 1887
Died: Aug 1975
State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (1955)
Source Citation: Number: 454-62-9613;
Issue State:
Texas; Issue Date: 1955."

21930 U.S. Census, FHL 2342074 Roll 2340 pg 13B, 26 Apr 1930. "Jackson, Minlah L. Head FW 43 Wd Texas Georgia Georgia Farmer Farm
-------, Vivian E Daughter FW 20 S Texas Texas Texas
-------, Winnifred Daughter FW 19 S Texas Texas Texas
-------, Howard Son MW 17 S Texas Texas Texas
-------, Elmer Son MW 14 S Texas Texas Texas
-------, I.G. Son MW 12 S Texas Texas Texas
Anderson, Lizzie Sister FW 49 S Georgia Georgia Georgia."


4447. Conoway Scott Jr

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=105334336. "Married Lillian Walker 12/16/1896; Of Conoway & Eliza Lawson Scott; gave land for present All Souls Church, Scott, Arkansas; planter; organizer, Arkansas Cotton Growers Association; an original director of Mid-South Cotton Growers Association; leader in cotton co-op marketing."

21900 U.S. Census, T623_73 pg 10B, 16 Jun 1900. "Scott, Conoway Head WM July 1867 32 M 3 Arkansas Kentucky North Carolina Farmer
-----, Lilian W Wife WF Feb 1870 30 M 3 1 1 Texas Alabama Georgia
-----, Eliza. L. Mother WF Jan 1835 65 Wd 2 1 North Carolina Ireland North Carolina
Lawson, Nellie Aunt WF Aug 1850 49 S Arkansas Ireland North Carolina
------, Lucy C Aunt WF Aug 1854 45 Wd 1 0 Arkansas Mississippi Arkansas
Scott, Dorothy W Daughter WF Aug 1897 2 S Arkansas Arkansas Texas
Reyburn, Joseph W. Uncle WM - - - Wd Arkansas -- -- Farmer
Sullivan, Ben Servant BM Sept 1870 29 Wd Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Carriage Driver
Taylor, Eva Servant BF Dec 1867 32 Wd 2 2 Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Cook
Wendon, Mary Servant FB Nov 1876 23 M 5 0 0 Georgia Georgia Georgia Nurse
Scott, Aaron Servant BM Nov 1860 39 Wd Virginia Virginia Virginia Hostler."

31930 U.S. Census, T626_90 pg 11B, 21 Apr 1930. "Scott, Conway Head MW 62 M 29 Arkansas Kentucky North Carolina Farmer Cotton Farmer
-----, Lillian H Wife FW 60 M 27 Texas South Carolina Georgia Candy maker Home candy factory
-----, Lillian Daughter FW 19 S Arkansas Arkansas Texas."


Mary Lillian Walker

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=105334443. "Of Augustus John & Frances Julia Cone Walker; Mrs. Conoway Scott; made and sold "Lillian's Orange Pecan Candy"."


7212. Dorothy Walker Scott

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=105334606.


7213. Conoway Scott III

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=105334545.


4449. Caroline Reyburn

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=99091665. "Died in Mt. Kisco, New York (of Joseph W. & Arkansas Lawson Reyburn); Little Rock school teacher prior to marriage." Image.


W. W. Dutton

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=99091591. "Born in Marshall, TX; married (1) Annie L. Orr on 11/15/1884 (2) Caroline Reyburn on 6/15/1893; died at midnight 12/22/1923 (of Alfred & Eliza Dyer Dutton); Hot Springs Circuit Clerk and ex-officio County Recorder 1882, 1888; drug business."


7219. Martha King Reyburn

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=100084778. "Of Samuel Wallace & Lotta Neeley Reyburn; was interred in Mausolem, then moved to Samuel Wallace Reyburn lot. Died in an auto accident in Austria."