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Selected Families and Individuals

Source Citations


Judge William Beck Ochiltree

1Notable Americans, Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of, Volume IIV. "OCHILTREE, William Beck, jurist, was born in Fayetteville, Cumberland county, N. C., Oct. 11, 1811; son of David and Lucy (Beck) Ochiltree; grandson of Malcolm Hugh Ochiltree, and a descendant of Malcolm Hugh Ochiltree, who was on the personal staff of Prince Charles Edward, and who came to America after the defeat of the Stuarts, and settled in North Carolina about 1746. He was admitted to the bar. He went to Florida, and thence to Alabama, where he was married in 1834 to Novaline, daughter of James Kennard, and widow of Thomas Peck. He became a distinguished lawyer, and in 1839 removed to Nacogdoches, Texas. He was an associate judge of the supreme court, attorney-general and secretary of the treasury of the Republic of Texas. He was a member of the constitutional convention of Texas in 1845, and was appointed one of the first district judges of the state in 1846. He was the leader for years of the Whig party in Texas and a representative in the state legislature, 1855-56; chairman of the judiciary committee and also of public debt, and made a famous speech on a bill to pay Samuel Swartout of New York the interest on $16,000 advanced by him in fitting out expeditions for the relief of Texas during her struggle for independence. He was elected a representative to the Confederate States congress in 1861, and resigned therefrom to become colonel of the 18th Texas infantry. He died at Marshall, Texas, in December, 1867."

21850 U.S. Census, M432_913 pg 51B, 30 Nov 1850. "W. B. Ochiltree 38 M Lawyer North Carolina
Mariah Ochiltree 30 F District of Columbia
Cozia Ochiltree 15 F Alabama
Virginia Ochiltree 13 F Alabama
Thomas Ochiltree 11 M Alabama
William Ochiltree 7 M Texas
Lucy Ochiltree 4 F Texas
Mariah Ochiltree  2 F Texas
Lankan Ochiltree 6/12 M Texas
Jane Read 8 F Texas."

31860 U.S. Census, M653_1296 pg 464, 3 Aug 1860. "Wm B Ochiltree  49 M Atty at Law North Carolina
A T Ochiltree 40 F New York
T P Ochiltree  21 M Alabama
Wm B Ochiltree  17 M Texas
L Ochiltree  14 F Texas
M L E Ochiltree  12 F Texas
A Ochiltree  5 F Texas Texas
Mrs V M Morgin  22 F Alabama
Wm O Morgin  4 M Texas
C Philips  17 F Texas
J Reid  17 F Texas."


Judge William Beck Ochiltree

1Notable Americans, Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of, Volume IIV. "OCHILTREE, William Beck, jurist, was born in Fayetteville, Cumberland county, N. C., Oct. 11, 1811; son of David and Lucy (Beck) Ochiltree; grandson of Malcolm Hugh Ochiltree, and a descendant of Malcolm Hugh Ochiltree, who was on the personal staff of Prince Charles Edward, and who came to America after the defeat of the Stuarts, and settled in North Carolina about 1746. He was admitted to the bar. He went to Florida, and thence to Alabama, where he was married in 1834 to Novaline, daughter of James Kennard, and widow of Thomas Peck. He became a distinguished lawyer, and in 1839 removed to Nacogdoches, Texas. He was an associate judge of the supreme court, attorney-general and secretary of the treasury of the Republic of Texas. He was a member of the constitutional convention of Texas in 1845, and was appointed one of the first district judges of the state in 1846. He was the leader for years of the Whig party in Texas and a representative in the state legislature, 1855-56; chairman of the judiciary committee and also of public debt, and made a famous speech on a bill to pay Samuel Swartout of New York the interest on $16,000 advanced by him in fitting out expeditions for the relief of Texas during her struggle for independence. He was elected a representative to the Confederate States congress in 1861, and resigned therefrom to become colonel of the 18th Texas infantry. He died at Marshall, Texas, in December, 1867."

21850 U.S. Census, M432_913 pg 51B, 30 Nov 1850. "W. B. Ochiltree 38 M Lawyer North Carolina
Mariah Ochiltree 30 F District of Columbia
Cozia Ochiltree 15 F Alabama
Virginia Ochiltree 13 F Alabama
Thomas Ochiltree 11 M Alabama
William Ochiltree 7 M Texas
Lucy Ochiltree 4 F Texas
Mariah Ochiltree  2 F Texas
Lankan Ochiltree 6/12 M Texas
Jane Read 8 F Texas."

31860 U.S. Census, M653_1296 pg 464, 3 Aug 1860. "Wm B Ochiltree  49 M Atty at Law North Carolina
A T Ochiltree 40 F New York
T P Ochiltree  21 M Alabama
Wm B Ochiltree  17 M Texas
L Ochiltree  14 F Texas
M L E Ochiltree  12 F Texas
A Ochiltree  5 F Texas Texas
Mrs V M Morgin  22 F Alabama
Wm O Morgin  4 M Texas
C Philips  17 F Texas
J Reid  17 F Texas."


Lucy Ochiltree

11870 U.S. Census, M593_1597 pg 453, 19 Sep 1870. "Ochiltree, Lucy 22 FW Teacher Texas."


Judge William Beck Ochiltree

1Notable Americans, Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of, Volume IIV. "OCHILTREE, William Beck, jurist, was born in Fayetteville, Cumberland county, N. C., Oct. 11, 1811; son of David and Lucy (Beck) Ochiltree; grandson of Malcolm Hugh Ochiltree, and a descendant of Malcolm Hugh Ochiltree, who was on the personal staff of Prince Charles Edward, and who came to America after the defeat of the Stuarts, and settled in North Carolina about 1746. He was admitted to the bar. He went to Florida, and thence to Alabama, where he was married in 1834 to Novaline, daughter of James Kennard, and widow of Thomas Peck. He became a distinguished lawyer, and in 1839 removed to Nacogdoches, Texas. He was an associate judge of the supreme court, attorney-general and secretary of the treasury of the Republic of Texas. He was a member of the constitutional convention of Texas in 1845, and was appointed one of the first district judges of the state in 1846. He was the leader for years of the Whig party in Texas and a representative in the state legislature, 1855-56; chairman of the judiciary committee and also of public debt, and made a famous speech on a bill to pay Samuel Swartout of New York the interest on $16,000 advanced by him in fitting out expeditions for the relief of Texas during her struggle for independence. He was elected a representative to the Confederate States congress in 1861, and resigned therefrom to become colonel of the 18th Texas infantry. He died at Marshall, Texas, in December, 1867."

21850 U.S. Census, M432_913 pg 51B, 30 Nov 1850. "W. B. Ochiltree 38 M Lawyer North Carolina
Mariah Ochiltree 30 F District of Columbia
Cozia Ochiltree 15 F Alabama
Virginia Ochiltree 13 F Alabama
Thomas Ochiltree 11 M Alabama
William Ochiltree 7 M Texas
Lucy Ochiltree 4 F Texas
Mariah Ochiltree  2 F Texas
Lankan Ochiltree 6/12 M Texas
Jane Read 8 F Texas."

31860 U.S. Census, M653_1296 pg 464, 3 Aug 1860. "Wm B Ochiltree  49 M Atty at Law North Carolina
A T Ochiltree 40 F New York
T P Ochiltree  21 M Alabama
Wm B Ochiltree  17 M Texas
L Ochiltree  14 F Texas
M L E Ochiltree  12 F Texas
A Ochiltree  5 F Texas Texas
Mrs V M Morgin  22 F Alabama
Wm O Morgin  4 M Texas
C Philips  17 F Texas
J Reid  17 F Texas."


James Harrison Rogers

1Texas Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966 - 2002. "Name: Keziah C. Ochiltree
Marriage Date: 18 May 1854
Spouse: James H. Rogers
Marriage County: Nacogdoches
Marriage State: Texas
Source: Texas Marriages, 1814-1909."

21850 U.S. Census, FHF 1255319 pg 459A, 7 Oct 1850. "James H Rogers 38 M Lawyer Georgia
Barbara Rogers 32 F Tennessee
Albert Rogers 11 M Georgia
Theophilus Rogers 7 M Alabama
Mary Rogers 3 F Texas
Charlott Rogers 1 F Texas."

31880 U.S. Census, FHF 1255319 pg 459A, 2 Jun 1880. "Rogers, J H MW 66 M Lawyer Georgia Georgia Georgia
------, C A WF 45 Wife M Keeping House Alabama North Carolina Alabama
Rootes, Mary WF 30 Child M at Home Texas Georgia Georgia
Hinson, C I WF 28 Child M Teaching Music Texas Georgia Georgia
------, Mary WF 6 Grand Child Texas Georgia Georgia
------, Harry WM 4 Grand Child Texas Georgia Georgia
------, Cozia WM 2 Grand Child Texas Georgia Georgia
Wilburn, Isaac BM 65 Servant Laborer Georgia Georgia Georgia."

41900 U.S. Census, T623_1646 pg 20A, 18 Jun 1900. "Rogers, J H Head WM Oct 1813 86 M 47 Georgia Georgia Georgia Lawyer
------, C. A. Wife WF Apr 1835 65 M 45 1 1 Alabama North Carolina Alabama
Boots, Mary Daughter WF July 1852 47 Wd 0 0 Texas Georgia Georgia
Rogers, Barbara Grand Daughter WF July 1892 7 S Texas Alabama Kentucky."


Coziah Ann Ochiltree

1Texas Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966 - 2002. "Name: Keziah C. Ochiltree
Marriage Date: 18 May 1854
Spouse: James H. Rogers
Marriage County: Nacogdoches
Marriage State: Texas
Source: Texas Marriages, 1814-1909."

21850 U.S. Census, M432_284 pg 212B, 23 Oct 1850. "Cozia Ochiltree 16 F Scholar Texas." Baltimore Academy of the Aisiatation (determining).