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Halliburtons in Ark
Posted by: Dorothy Halliburton Date: April 16, 2001 at 10:10:54
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Martin Halliburton (David Martin, maybe)was born around 1850. He married Lucinda Davis, his first wife, and they had one son, William Elijah,born March 16, 1879,in Morgan County, Missouri. I believe Lucinda and William just stayed in Missouri. Martin married his second wife, Eliza King, around 1880 maybe. They had sons, Samuel, Cleveland, Willie, James, Tom(?), and Melvin(?). We think she was Choctaw and I believe they lived in Arkansas. Martin's father, Samuel Clay, joined the Confederate Army in Evening Shade, AR., and was arrested by the Union Army before he left AR. He died in the Yankee prison at St. Louis. I know Samuel Clay's background all the way to Scotland. I married James Martin Halliburton, Jr. in 1952. Samuel would have been his ggrandfather. I can't find anything on Elisha King or his marriage. Anyone related to Martin and Elisha?--Dorothy Halliburton


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