January 20, 2005

Robert Hughes in Old District & George H. Hughes cont'd

This found by Demaris today:
Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0012 Page:00110 Item:02
Date: 1787/02/07

Description: RICHARD RICHARDSON AND ROBERT HENRY HUGHES AND CO., PLAT FOR 75 ACRES ON BRANCH OF BEAVER DAM CREEK, LAURENS COUNTY, NINETY SIX DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY ROBERT HANNA FOR JOHN HIGGINS.

Names Indexed: RICHARDSON AND HUGHES AND CO./RICHARDSON, RICHARD/HUGHES, ROBERT HENRY/HIGGINS, JOHN/HANNA, ROBERT/ALLISON, JOSEPH/THOMASON/BRAMLETT, WILLIAM/

Locations: NINETY SIX DISTRICT/BEAVER DAM CREEK/ENOREE RIVER/LAURENS COUNTY

Type: PLAT/ Topics: /

Now for the second entry of Janie's family history:

Generation No. 2

2. Richard2 HUGHES (William Henry1) was born 1805 in Georgia, and died Sep 1875.

Children of Richard HUGHES are:
+ 6 i. Nancy Catherine3 HUGHES, born 1841; died 1905.
7 ii. George N. HUGHES, born 1844; died 1864.

Notes for George N. HUGHES:
Unmarried.

+ 8 iii. Mary E. HUGHES, born 1845; died 1870.
9 iv. Henry Franklin HUGHES, born 1846.


3. George Henry2 HUGHES, Sr. (William Henry1) was born 1806 in Georgia, and died 30 Sep 1847 in of Yellow Fever in Cherokee County, TX. He married Mary Pauline (Polly) JOINER 02 May 1830 in St. Tammany Parish, LA, daughter of Nathan JOINER and Malinda TRUNEY. She was born 25 May 1813 in Louisiana, and died 24 Feb 1886 in Louisiana.

Notes for George Henry HUGHES, Sr.:
MARRIAGE: MARY PAULINE JOINER

4-15-1830 (5-2-1830?)
St. Tammany Parish, LA

*From THE HUGHES OF TANGIPAHOA PARISH, by Etta Bahm Hughes (1983):

Page 31:

"George Henry Hughes was born about 1806 in South Carolina or Georgia---it seems that William Henry had moved to Georgia c. 1800 and several of his sons were born there.

George had worked for Nathan Joiner before he conveniently married Nathan's daughter, Mary. Mary was given a nickname of Polly. As time went on, she would in later years go back to "Bailey's Branch" on visits to see her sisters who lived there. Brunette had married Pierra Hypolite Bahm, and Margaret had married Valcour Bahm who would tease his wife (always for fun and foolishness) on any occasion. This time he might have been annoyed that Margaret was probably shining up her house, preparing food, and otherwise upsetting the routine of dear husband. So he comes in with a large grunt, "Um-um-umph, everything has to be done for Queen Polly---Queen Polly's coming". ( As heard by my father, Robert Buzzy Bahm.)

So I heard a good deal about George Hughes during my younger years because of this connection. My father was one of the local historians of our community, so I heard him discuss relationships and kindred many many times. After I had married Robert, it had a different meaning, when I realized that I had married not only a relative of George Hughes, but a very distant relative of my own family. We laughed about it and the quirk of history; there were not so far away after all.

The home of George and Mary was probably the center of the Hughes Settlement. This settlement was comprised of the Martin Hughes place, the Calvin Hughes place, the George Hughes place, old Bill Sharp's home, and the homes of Levi Bill, Martin VanBuren Hughes, Gideon Bond and Ira Alford.

The Travelers Inn existed for years near the old Sharon Church and the cemetery near that.

George and Marry Hughes were the parents of eleven chidren, the last of whom was born in Texas. About 1845, George and Mary took their children and started out for California to participate in the gold rush. They reached the Neches River area in Texas and, running out of supplies, stopped to raise a crop. They settled in JAcksonville, Cherokee County, TX. Hughes was an early settler at Gum Creek (Old Jacksonville) near the Neches River.

One business they were in was General Mercantile of Hughes & Maples.

In 1848, George died of yellow fever and was buried on the banks of the river near the present city of Orange, TX. When George died, Mary returned with slaves and children and raised her family alone in the Hughes Settlement."

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More About George Henry HUGHES, Sr.:
Burial: Cherokee County, TX

Notes for Mary Pauline (Polly) JOINER:
Deeded land to Old Sharon Church. See minutes from Sharon Church, book by Ella Hughes.

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More About Mary Pauline (Polly) JOINER:
Burial: Hughes II Cemetery, Tangipahoa Parish, LA

Children of George HUGHES and Mary JOINER are:
+ 10 i. Martin VanBuren3 HUGHES, born 20 Oct 1831 in St. Tammany (now Tangipahoa) Parish, LA; died 29 Mar 1897 in St. Tammany, LA.
11 ii. Anna Adeline HUGHES, born 12 Feb 1833 in St. Tammany (now Tangipahoa) Parish, LA; died 26 Aug 1913. She married (1) Gideon S. BOND; born 12 Jun 1836 in Stoney Point, Washington, LA; died 25 Feb 1914. She married (2) William D. WEBB 09 Nov 1865.

Notes for Anna Adeline HUGHES:
from THE HUGHES OF TANGIPAHOA PARISH, by Etta Bahm Hughes (1983):

Page 32:

Anna Adaeline, second child of George and Mary, married William D. Webb. They went to Texas, apparently with her parents. He would not return with her after the death of her father; she returned with her mother, Mary. She later married Gideon S. Bond.


More About Anna Adeline HUGHES:
Burial: Hughes II Cemetery, Tangipahoa Parish, LA

More About Gideon S. BOND:
Burial: Hughes II Cemetery, Tangipahoa Parish, LA

+ 12 iii. Margaret Ann HUGHES, born 05 Mar 1834 in St. Tammany (now Tangipahoa) Parish, LA; died 11 Apr 1877.
+ 13 iv. Jefferson Davis HUGHES, born 27 Aug 1835 in St. Tammany (now Tangipahoa) Parish, LA; died 20 Apr 1859 in Killed by ambush as a sheriff.
+ 14 v. Mary HUGHES, born 17 Feb 1837 in St. Tammany (now Tangipahoa) Parish, LA; died 07 Jan 1911 in Wilmer, Tangipahoa, LA.
15 vi. Luzinia (Zina) HUGHES, born 18 Mar 1838 in St. Tammany (now Tangipahoa) Parish, LA; died 18 Oct 1907. She married Stephen E. PARKER 22 Dec 1859.
16 vii. George Henry HUGHES, Jr., born 25 Dec 1839 in St. Tammany (now Tangipahoa) Parish, LA; died 29 Mar 1862 in Civil War-Pvt. Co. H, 16th LA Inf..

More About George Henry HUGHES, Jr.:
Burial: Died of Typhoid Fever-body not returned home

17 viii. John Wilks HUGHES, born 22 Sep 1841 in St. Tammany (now Tangipahoa) Parish, LA; died 1863 in Chattanooga, TN.

Notes for John Wilks HUGHES:
On 9/29/1861 at Camp Moore, LA:
Pvt.
Co. B, 16th LA Infantry

Shows to be hospitalized in Chattanooga, Hamilton, TN on 4/06/1862.

*+ 18 ix. Byron Benton HUGHES, born 15 Apr 1843 in St. Tammany (now Tangipahoa) Parish, LA; died 18 Mar 1910.
19 x. Amanda Jane HUGHES, born 01 Mar 1845 in St. Tammany (now Tangipahoa) Parish, LA; died Abt. 1861.

More About Amanda Jane HUGHES:
Record Change: 11 Jun 2003

20 xi. George Ann HUGHES, born 10 Jul 1847 in Cherokee County, Texas; died 17 Aug 1921.

More About George Ann HUGHES:
Record Change: 11 Jun 2003


4. Henry Oliver2 HUGHES (William Henry1) was born 07 Feb 1808 in Georgia, and died 08 May 1858 in Crystal Springs, Copiah, MS. He married (1) Mary HAYS. He married (2) Sarah Ann TERRY 02 Jun 1831 in Copiah Co., MS. She was born 23 Jul 1814 in SC, and died 18 May 1863 in Crystal Springs, Copiah, MS.

Children of Henry HUGHES and Mary HAYS are:
21 i. Oliver3 HUGHES.
22 ii. Richard HUGHES.
23 iii. Jenny HUGHES.
+ 24 iv. Molly HUGHES, born 29 Oct 1841; died 04 Oct 1917 in Copiah County, MS.


Child of Henry HUGHES and Sarah TERRY is:
+ 25 i. James Madison3 HUGHES, born 1832 in Copiah County, MS.


5. Calvin Henry2 HUGHES (William Henry1) was born 26 Jan 1809 in Georgia, and died 07 Nov 1894 in Tangipahoa Parish, LA. He married (1) Permelia MAINES 21 Feb 1832. She was born 24 Oct 1811, and died 07 May 1846. He married (2) Mary Polly SANDERS 30 Jul 1848 in Tangipahoa Parish, LA. She was born 15 Nov 1826 in MS, and died 1894 in Tangipahoa Parish, LA.

Children of Calvin HUGHES and Permelia MAINES are:
26 i. Sarah Ann3 HUGHES, born Sep 1842; died 1918 in Pensacola, Escambia, FL. She married Joseph HOOTEN 20 Dec 1860.
27 ii. Sabrah HUGHES.
28 iii. Alfred HUGHES, born 1837.
29 iv. Anna HUGHES, born 05 Jan 1835 in St. Tammany Parish, LA.
30 v. Luzinia A. HUGHES, born 24 Sep 1839; died 13 Oct 1907 in Kentwood, Tangipahoa, LA. She married James M. OLIPHANT 23 Dec 1859; born 1827.
31 vi. Serana HUGHES, born 27 Apr 1846; died 04 Nov 1846.


Children of Calvin HUGHES and Mary SANDERS are:
32 i. Melie3 HUGHES, born 05 Jan 1850; died 18 Mar 1925. She married (1) Preston Avarice BARRON 19 May 1870; born 27 Sep 1827; died 04 May 1888. She married (2) William A. BARRON 1890.
33 ii. Malvina HUGHES, born 28 Feb 1852 in Washington Parish, LA; died 25 Feb 1905 in Amite, Tangipahoa, LA. She married Aristedes BENNETT; born 21 Mar 1851; died 15 Apr 1940.
34 iii. Infant HUGHES, born 08 Jan 1855; died 08 Jan 1855.
35 iv. Byron Benton HUGHES, born 04 Dec 1856; died 07 Feb 1886. He married Margaret Geneva GRAHAM 29 Nov 1879; born 15 Apr 1866; died 19 Jun 1931.

More About Margaret Geneva GRAHAM:
Burial: Lanier Cemetery, Tangipahoa, LA

36 v. Florence I. HUGHES, born 10 Oct 1869; died 21 May 1924. She married Preston K. VERNON 1886; born 23 Feb 1854; died 27 Nov 1928.

Notes for Florence I. HUGHES:
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY, Tangipahoa Parish, LA:
This cemetery is located in Ward 4, T3S R8E Sec 25 in the Holton Community. Located near the intersection of Friendship Church Road
and Mixon Road, about 1.5 miles north of LA Hwy 16; approximately 9.2 miles east of Amite, Tangipahoa, LA.

Florence & Preston Hughes are in Row 15, Graves 3 & 4.

More About Florence I. HUGHES:
Burial: Friendship Baptist Church Cemetery, Tangipahoa Parish, LA

More About Preston K. VERNON:
Burial: Friendship Baptist Church Cemetery, Tangipahoa Parish, LA

+37 vi. Henry Andrew HUGHES, born 28 Dec 1862 in St. Tammany Parish, LA; died 14 Dec 1941 in Husser, Tangipahoa, LA.
38 vii. Luvenor HUGHES, born 18 Feb 1864; died 29 Mar 1864.

Posted by JHSGran at January 20, 2005 03:44 PM
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