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Re: James wife Mary Sullivan
Posted by: J Lynn Tullos (ID *****0743) Date: July 02, 2012 at 08:33:29
In Reply to: James wife Mary Sullivan by J Lynn Tullos of 1110

I am sharing some of my research so that those of you who have verifiable information may share some of yours with me - texastullos@yahoo.com

I am visiting the county records of the areas I believe the James Tullos line lived. So far, Grimes County and Montgomery County. I live near Houston so I am going to the Geneology Library of Caroline Street in downtown Houston and I will continue. If you have some request - please email me at the address above.
The following is a timeline for James Tullos 1790-1860 according to my research thus far:
1808 – Father Willoughby T. received passport (along with brother Templeton) to travel through Indian lands to        Amite County, Mississippi

1810 - Married: Mary Sullivan - in Amite County, Mississippi

1820 – Pike County, Mississippi – listed as head of household

1823 – Copiah County, Miss Tax List

       + There is a James Tullis on the early Pearl River Survey
       +
James sons that stayed in Mississippi: ??
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Mar. 24 1825 - law of Mexico regarding new colonist - land grants given to settle Texas Colony of Mexico
1826 James Winters Sr. (from Tennesee – fought with Sam Houston in the war of 1812) crosses into Texas as a colonist – w 10 children
       1830 Mexico decreed that all immigration from the U.S. to Mexico/Texas would cease.
       1834, Nov 20 James Winters Sr. receives final deed from Govt. Nacogdoches, Tx
              Jose Vehlein & Empressario / Jorge Anto Nixon Commissoner - land on the East                             Fork of the San Jacinto River signatures reaffirmed in 1838 by E.B. Goodrich
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1836 Sept. –        In the record 1840 CITIZENS OF TEXAS Volume 1 Land Grants by Gifford White Pub.1988
        +James Tullos (Tullous) “ above to Texas Sept 1836 1280 Acres in Montgomery County, Tx                      deed 1855
        +Ransom Tullos (Tullous) to Tx. Sept 1836 640 Acres Montgomery Couny, Tx – deed Nov 1853
In the record 1840 CITIZENS OF TEXAS Land Grants Volume 3 Land Grants by Gifford White 1988
        +Hampton Tullos (Tullous) 1280 Acres Montgomery County, TX

1837 -        Peircy (daughter) Tullows – on tax list for Washington County, Texas (Also 1838)
              Peircy marries James Washington Winters Jr. (He fought at the battle of San Jacinto)
1838       Deeds regarding Cincinnati, Texas – Riverport of Trinity River – later Northern Walker County
              July 16 - $38. Lot 426 Block 31 From Richard Tullos (Tullous) to James Tullos (Tullous)
              July 17 - $26 Lot 427 Block 31 and Lot 426 Block 31 in the town of New Cincinatti, Texas        Republic of Texas James DeWitt to Richard Tullos (Tullous)

1841       In the record 1840 CITIZENS OF TEXAS Volume 3 Land Grants by Gifford White 1988
       +Willoughby Tullos (Willaby Tullous) 640 Acres Houston County Tx – 24 Feb. 1845
       Texas Early Voting/Poll List Records: 1847 , James Richard and Willoughby

Missing a lot of 1850 Census :______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
1853 -               Yellow fever epidemic some died and many others leaving town of Cincinnati, TX

1857-              Friend and wife of James W. Winters Sr. Rhoda Creall Winters dies in Oakville after a strenuous horseback trip from Waverly, Tx to Oakville

1860              January 5, 1860 James died of “old age” buried Oakville, Cemetery, Live Oak County, Texas - no verifiable records of Mary Sullivan Tullos found thus far.
Note: Ransom and Eliza on 1860 Trinity County, Census –
              Then 1870 Live Oak County Census A.Willoughby stayed in Trinity County, Texas


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