11. Angeline Williamson
WILLIAMSON, ANGELINE (1871-1882): Angeline Williamson was born in Chambers County, Alabama in 1871 to James H. (b. 1840) and Cornelia A Williamson (b. circa 1839). Angeline was the sixth of seven children born to James and Cornelia; Ella (b. 1864), Mariah (b. 1867), Cornelia (b. 1871), Andrew (b. 1872), Ida (b. 1873), Angeline (b. 1876), and Nora (b. 1879). In Alabama, Angeline’s father worked as a farmer, and several of her siblings worked as farm laborers. Based on tax records, it appears that Angeline’s family moved to Pilot Point in the early 1880s where her father rented land, worked as a farmer, and owned a couple of cattle. In 1882, Angeline died of unknown causes and was buried in St. John’s Cemetery in Pilot Point. Angeline’s headstone reads “Our darling one has gone before to greet us on the golden shore.” Angeline was survived by her parents who later moved to Cooke County, Texas by 1900 and relocated to Okfuskee, Oklahoma by 1910.
Ann Allen | Isaac Allen | Matilda Allen | Thomas Allen | Martha Billingslea | John Burton | Louisa Burton | Dora Davis | Wash Davis | Charles Ellis | Mrs. Charles Ellis | Gus Finch | Josaphine Finch | Mary Turner Fourteen | Eliza Jane White Green | Hezekiah Griffin | Lindsay Haflin | Melvinie Hays | Charity Shears Holloway Helm | Henry Holloway | Georgia Ann Holstein | Abraham Lyles | Mary Varner Lyles | Marvin Newsom | Charles Oliver | Peggy Oliver | Mary B. Finch Peace | James Robinson | Harriet Davis Shears | Henry Shears | Lucy Shears | Risom Shears | Henry Smith | Lissie Smith | Little Smith | Agle Lee Truitt | George Truitt | Lou Smith Truitt | Ceborn Vaughner | Lewis Vaughner | L.D. "Lover" Vaughner | Jennie Lyles Walker | Infant Ware | Infant Ware II | Mattie Finch Washington | John D. White | Washington Whitlow | Amanda "Mandy" Truitt Williams | Angeline Williamson
The People of St. John's - St. John's Cemetery - Gone to Texas
Citations: Year: 1880; Census Place: Floyds Mill, Lee, Alabama; Roll: 19; Page: 289A; Enumeration District: 101; Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1880 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. 1880 U.S. Census Index provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Tenth Census of the United States, 1880. (NARA microfilm publication T9, 1,454 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.