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Family Tree of Hixie Clark and Lamar Pittman

Notes


Eli(jah) W(ashington) KIRKLAND

Bought land in 1825 in Montgomery Co., AL

1825 bought
land in Autauge Co., AL. (Sold in 1830).

Lived in Loundes Co., AL in 1840-43.

Lived in Neshoba Co., MS in 1849,1850 (on Agricultural Census).

1852-1857 and 1860 on tax and land records in Neshoba Co., MS.

1860 on Lauderdale Co., MS tax and census lists.

- 1825 Montgomery County, Alabama (Old Cahawba land transaction).
- 1825 Autauga County, Alabama (bought land).
- 1830 Autauga County, Alabama (sold land with wife Sarah R.).
- 1830 Autauga County, Alabama Census, page 138: E. W. Kirkland, 2 males0-5, 2 males 20-30, 2 females 0-5, 1 female 20-30.
- 1831 Autauga County, Alabama (sold land, wife Sarah R. signed Releaseof Dower).
- 1835/40 Neshoba County, Mississippi, used Military Warrent to purchaseland.
- 1840 Lowndes County, Mississippi Census, page 203: Eli Kirkland, 1 male0-5, 1 male 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 15-20, 1 male 40-50, 2 females0-5, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 20-30.
- 1840 Lowndes County, Mississippi tax list.
- 1841 Lowndes County, Mississippi tax list.
- 1842 Lowndes County, Mississippi tax list.
- 1843 Lowndes County, Mississippi tax list.
- 1849 Neshoba County, Mississippi land transaction.
- 1850 Neshoba County, Mississippi land transaction.
- 1850 Neshoba County, Mississippi Census, page 149, #470/491: E. W.Kirkland, 53, South Carolina, William, 17, Alabama, Penelope, 14,Alabama, Virginia, 11, Alabama.
- 1852 Neshoba County, Mississippi tax list.


Edmund JOHNSON

This family was in TN by about 1807 and probably remained there until after the known children were born. Tlater moved to Alabama, probably Bibb County. 1820-on census in Franklin Co., TN 1825-Bibb Co., AL resident.

1827-Edmund and Nancy were named as heirs of Benjamin Johnson, deceased, in final settlement of estate.

1830-on cencus in Bibb Co. 1833-bought land from Luke Johnson.

1834, 1835-on tax roll of Loundes Co., MS 1840-on census, Loundes Co., MS

- Marriage record of Edmund Johnston and Nancy Johnston, Early MiddleTennessee Marriages, by Byron and Barbara Sistler, vol.1, page 294.
- 1820 Franklin County, Tennesse Census, page 37, Edmund Johnson: 1 male0-10, 1 male 16-26, 2 females 16-26.
- 1825 Bibb County, Alabama, resident.
- 1826, Bibb County, Alabama Land Patent on December 1, 1826.
- 1827 Bibb County, Alabama, Edmund Johnson and wife Nancy were named asheirs of Benjamin Johnson, deceased, in final settlement of estate.
- 1830 Bibb County, Alabama Census, page 148, Edmund Johnson: 1 male 0-5,1 male 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 15-20, 2 males 20-30, 1 male 40-50, 1female 10-15, 1 female 15-20, 1 female 30-40.
- 1833 Bibb County, Alabama, bought land from Luke Johnson.
- 1834 Lowndes County, Mississippi Tax Roll: Edmond Johnson.
- 1835 Lowndes County, Mississippi Tax Roll: Edmond Johnson.
- 1840 Lowndes County, Mississippi Census, Edmund Johnson: 1 male 10-15,1 male 15-20, 1 male 50-60, 1 male 60-70, 1 female 50-60.
- 1844, Lowndes County, Mississippi Land Patent on September 10, 1844.


William M. GRIFFIN

1 _MILT
2 PLAC Company D, 11th Regiment, Mississippi Volunteers, Csa


James E.(Shady) JOHNSON

- He served in Company D, 11th Regiment, Mississippi Volunteers, CSA,Captain Franklin's Company. He enlisted March, 1862. He received a fleshwound during the seven days fight at Gaines' Farm in Virginia. Hesurrendered at Petersburg, Virginia, July, 1865.
- He is buried in an unmarked grave at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church inNeshoba County, MS.
- 1900 Neshoba County, MS Census: James E. Johnson, head, w, m, 61, MS,Eustacha A., wife, w, f, 57, MS, Susan L., w, f, 23, MS.


Eustacia A. JOHNSON

- She is buried in an unmarked grave in Mt. Carmel Baptist ChurchCemetery, Neshoba County, MS.


Albert G. JOHNSON

- 1870 Neshoba County, MS Census, page 69: Albert G. Johnson, 29, m, w,MS, Sofronia, 21, f, w, MS, Laura R., 3, f, w, MS, Mary T., 2, f, w, MS,Milton H., 1 mo. m, w, MS, Margaret Johnson, 58, f, w, GA.
- He served in Company D, 11th Regiment, Mississippi Volunteers, CSA.Served in Captain Prince's Company. He enlisted April 6, 1861, at NeshobaCounty, MS. He received a flesh wound at Gettysburg on April 2, 1863. Hesurrendered with his unit at Petersburg, VA, at the end of the war. HisConfederate Pension application states that he lost one eye and the useof one extremity as a result of the war.