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Selected Families and Individuals

Source Citations


Capt. James Cochran Borden

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], pg 248, FHL US/CAN Film 512. "He was educated at the Western Military Institute at Drennon Springs, KY., being a student at that institute at the time James G. Blaine was a tutor there.  Returning to Texas after completing his education, he engaged in railroading as civil engineer until 1858, when he went into the live stock business, and was so engaged until the beginning of the Civil War.  He raised a company; in the fall of 1861, of which he was elected captain, and which was enlisted into the Confederate service as Co. D, First Texas Cavalry.  After a year's service on the Rio Grande his command was transferred to the coast country, and later to Louisiana, where it took part in the series of engagements, following Banks in the Red River campaign.  Capt. Borden was dangerously wounded in the battle of Mansfield, April 8, 1864, which disabled him from further service.  After the war he resumed the live stock business in Jackson county, until 1873, when he removed to his old home in Galveston, Texas. ... ."

21870 U.S. Census, 15 Aug 1870. "Borden, J. C. 35 MW Stock Raiser Texas
------, Hattie 10 FW at Home Texas
------, Wilhelmina 8 FW at Home Texas
------, Flora 5 FW at Home Texas."

31880 U.S. Census, T9_1305 FHF 1255305 pg 141.4000, 1 Jun 1880. "James Borden WM 45 M Cattle dealer Texas New York New York
Jennie Borden WF 39 Wife M Keeps house Virginia England Virginia
Hattie Borden WF 20 Daughter S At Home Texas Texas Virginia
Willie Borden WF 18 Daughter S At home Texas Texas Virginia
Mabel McLanchan WF 19 Step Daughter S At School Texas Texas Virginia
Lollie Borden WF 15 Daughter S At School Texas Texas Virginia
Henry Mc Clanahan WM 11 Step Son S At School Texas Texas Virginia
Emma Hanison WF 29 Sister-in-law S boarder Virginia England Virginia
Margaret Doyle WF 45 Widowed Servant Ireland Ireland Ireland."


Jennie L. Harrison

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], pg 248, FHL US/CAN Film 512. "... he married a second time Mrs. Jennie McClanahan nee Harrison; she died in Galveston, September, 1881; no children by this marriage..."


Capt. James Cochran Borden

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], pg 248, FHL US/CAN Film 512. "He was educated at the Western Military Institute at Drennon Springs, KY., being a student at that institute at the time James G. Blaine was a tutor there.  Returning to Texas after completing his education, he engaged in railroading as civil engineer until 1858, when he went into the live stock business, and was so engaged until the beginning of the Civil War.  He raised a company; in the fall of 1861, of which he was elected captain, and which was enlisted into the Confederate service as Co. D, First Texas Cavalry.  After a year's service on the Rio Grande his command was transferred to the coast country, and later to Louisiana, where it took part in the series of engagements, following Banks in the Red River campaign.  Capt. Borden was dangerously wounded in the battle of Mansfield, April 8, 1864, which disabled him from further service.  After the war he resumed the live stock business in Jackson county, until 1873, when he removed to his old home in Galveston, Texas. ... ."

21870 U.S. Census, 15 Aug 1870. "Borden, J. C. 35 MW Stock Raiser Texas
------, Hattie 10 FW at Home Texas
------, Wilhelmina 8 FW at Home Texas
------, Flora 5 FW at Home Texas."

31880 U.S. Census, T9_1305 FHF 1255305 pg 141.4000, 1 Jun 1880. "James Borden WM 45 M Cattle dealer Texas New York New York
Jennie Borden WF 39 Wife M Keeps house Virginia England Virginia
Hattie Borden WF 20 Daughter S At Home Texas Texas Virginia
Willie Borden WF 18 Daughter S At home Texas Texas Virginia
Mabel McLanchan WF 19 Step Daughter S At School Texas Texas Virginia
Lollie Borden WF 15 Daughter S At School Texas Texas Virginia
Henry Mc Clanahan WM 11 Step Son S At School Texas Texas Virginia
Emma Hanison WF 29 Sister-in-law S boarder Virginia England Virginia
Margaret Doyle WF 45 Widowed Servant Ireland Ireland Ireland."


Harriett (Hattie) Lovisa Borden

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], pg 290, FHL US/CAN Film 512. Author of this book.


William Clayton Weld

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], pg 290, FHL US/CAN Film 512. "They removed to Los Angeles, Cal. in 1887."

21900 U.S. Census, T623_89 pg 8B, 11 Jun 1900. "Weld, William C. Head WM Apr 1853 47 M Ohio New York Vermont Book keeper
----, Hattie Wife WF Aug 1857 42 M 15 3 2 Illinois Illinois Ohio
----, Eleanor Daughter WF May 1888 12 S California Ohio Illinois At School
----, Romaine Son WM Jan 1893 7 S California Ohio Illinois At School."

31910 U.S. Census, T624_1659 pg 9A, 30 Apr 1910. "Weld, William C Head MW 53 M2 6 Illinois New Hampshire Wisconsin Life Insurance
----, Mary M Wife FW 47 M1 6 Indiana Indiana Ohio
----, James R Son 19 S California Illinois Indiana
----, Eleanor M Daughter 14 S California Illinois Indiana."

41920 U.S. Census, T625_1925 pg 2B, 6 Jan 1920. "Weld, William C Head MW 63 Wd Illinois US US Salesman Life Ins
----, Eleanor M Daughter FW 24 Wd California Illinois Texas none."


Harriett (Hattie) Lovisa Borden

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], pg 290, FHL US/CAN Film 512. Author of this book.


Gail Johnson Weld

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], pg 312, FHL US/CAN Film 512.


Mildred Borden Weld

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], pg 312, FHL US/CAN Film 512.


James Romaine Weld

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], pg 312, FHL US/CAN Film 512.


Eleanor Marion Weld

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], pg 312, FHL US/CAN Film 512.


Paschal Pavolo Borden

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], pg 191, FHL US/CAN Film 512. "Paschal went to Texas from Indiana in 1829 with his father.  He took part in the war for Texas independence, belonging to Sam Houston's army.  Mosley Baker's company, Burleson's regiment, which did great service in the battle of San Jacinto, April 21, 1826."


Paschal Pavolo Borden

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], pg 191, FHL US/CAN Film 512. "Paschal went to Texas from Indiana in 1829 with his father.  He took part in the war for Texas independence, belonging to Sam Houston's army.  Mosley Baker's company, Burleson's regiment, which did great service in the battle of San Jacinto, April 21, 1826."


Paschal Pavolo Borden

1Weld, Hattie L. Borden, Borden, Richard & Joan,  who settled in Portsmouth R.I., Historical and genealogical record of the descendants..., Albany, N.Y. : Joel Munsell, [1899], pg 191, FHL US/CAN Film 512. "Paschal went to Texas from Indiana in 1829 with his father.  He took part in the war for Texas independence, belonging to Sam Houston's army.  Mosley Baker's company, Burleson's regiment, which did great service in the battle of San Jacinto, April 21, 1826."