Posted By:Gayla Dean
Subject:Martha Traywick/Trawick 1850 Census
Post Date:October 05, 2000 at 08:42:50
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Forum:Sabine Parish, LA Genealogy Forum
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I am searching for information on Martha Trawick born in Alabama. I believe this is Martha's married name. She was also listed in the 1860 census living in Newton county, dwelling #104 with Joel Brandon living close.
It is shown that Martha Trawick married Joel Brandon April 2, 1867 Newton County, TX.
My husband is a descendant of Martha Louisa (Brandon) Dean. This marriage was after her birth so it only compounds the confusion of who her parents are. I am trying to connect Martha Louisa (Brandon)Dean that married John Wesley Dean in 1876 in Burleson County TX, to Joel and Martha (Trawick)Brandon that were buried in the Hannah cemetery in San Saba Co, TX.
I also found a Martha Traywick in the Sabine parish, Louisiana, 1850 census, PAGE 31 OF 168 that I believe is the same as the one located in the 1860 Newton County census.
Dwell LastName FirstName Age Sex Occupation Real Estate State-Country
117f117 BRANDON Joel D. 16 M Texas
118a118 LONG Larry 35 M Farmer Virginia
118b118 Martha 22 F Texas
118c118 John 3 M Texas
118d118 William 1 M Louisiana
119a119 TRAYWICK R.G. 66 F Virginia
119b119 Albanis 17 F Alabama
119c119 Robert 12 M Alabama
119d119 Jane 11 F Alabama
120a120 TRAYWICK Martha 22 F Alabama
120b120 Mary 8/12 F Louisiana
Maysville, OK, newspaper, Thursday, March 27, 1941, Obituary of Martha Louisa (Brandon) Dean.
MARTHA LOUISA BRANDON was born in Newton county, Texas, February 22, 1858. She departed this life Wednesday, March 19, 1941, age 83 years and 27 days. She was united with the Baptist Church at an early age.
She was united in holy matrimony to JOHN WESLEY DEAN in the year 1876, at the age of 18. To this union were born 10 children, eight of whom survive. Six sons, JOE, LEE, MIT, HOMER of Maysville; BEN of Oklahoma City, and ELMER of Ada. Two daughters, DOLLIE McGREGOR and EFFIE MORING of Maysville. Other relatives surviving are 36 grand-children and 18 great grand-children.
Funeral services were held at Antioch Thursday, March 20, with Rev. P.E. HIGH and Elder B.T. NEAL officiating.