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Re: LIVERMAN & BRADLEY came to Marion Co Tx in 1880's
Posted by: Kathye [Payne] Upham (ID *****5524) Date: August 25, 2005 at 21:52:25
In Reply to: LIVERMAN & BRADLEY came to Marion Co Tx in 1880's by Kathye [Payne] Upham of 238

Louisiana Marriage Records, 1851-1900
Name: William B. LIVERMAN
Spouse: Mary P. WILLIAMS
Marriage Date: 01 Jun 1858
County: BOSS (3 more)
State: LA

Louisiana Confederate Soldiers
Liverman, William B. (also borne on Rolls as Lierman, W. B.), Pvt. Cos. E, and A, 1st La. Cav. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Miss. River, Nov. 16, 1863. Sent from Vicksburg, Miss., to Cairo, Ill., to be forwd. to Depot for Prisoners of War, Nov. 26, 1863. Recd. at Camp Morton, Ind., Dec. 7, 1863. On Roll of Prisoners of War at Camp Morton, Ind., who desire to take the Oath of Allegiance.
Remarks: Conscripted, Monroe Par, La., Sept. 18, 1862, desires to take the Oath, go to Ark., a loyal man. Respt. recommended. Name appears as Signature to a Roll of Prisoners of War, paroled at Camp Morton, Ind., forwd. via Baltimore, Md., to Pt. Lookout, Md., for exchange, Feb. 19, 1865.

Liverman, Mathias, Pvt. Co. B, 28th (Gray's) La. Inf. En. May 11, 1862, Monroe, La. Present on Roll for July and Aug., 1863. On Register of C. S. A. Hospl., Shreveport, La., admitted March 20, 1864.

http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/message/an/surnames.liverman/7
04 Apr 2000 by Lorene DRAPALLA
"I am searching for James Liveman who was married to Ann B. (Nancy) Simms. I do know that they were married in Monroe County, Ga.; moved to Bossier Parrish, La and had 6 children: James F. Liverman, Wm. B. LIVERMAN, Mathial Liverman, Elizabeth Ellen, Nancy M.Liverman, Cato Liverman. Probable death of James about 1847."

William B. LIVERMAN married Mary WILLIAMS; she married William Robert BRADLEY after William was killed at the end of the Civil War. William & Mary had 2 chn: a son George Washington LIVERMAN born July 1859 in La; he married Elizabeth HASTY abt 1882 and died 1933 in Marion Co Tx.
They also had a daughter Sarah born 1860-1861 in La; I don't know what happened to her after the 1880 Harrison Co Tx census when she was still living with her again widowed mother, her brother George, and 2 half-siblings.

1880 Harrison Co Tx /ED 41/Marshall/HH 263-263/pg 331a LIVERMAN, G W/HH/wm age 21 La/Ga/Mo/ SINGLE /butcher
BRADLEY, M E/mother/wf age 41 Mo/Ga/Va/ widow
Liverman, S N/brother/wm age 19 La/Ga/Mo/ SINGLE
Bradley, Avena/half sister/wf age 10 Tx/Tn/Mo
Bradley, J D/half brother/wm age 08 Tx/Tn/Mo

I was only given my information on William B LIVERMAN & Mary WILLIAMS this afternoon (!) but it is from a very trusted and reliable source.

Other researchers say that this is William's family but I haven't had time to do any proving........

http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/message/an/surnames.liverman/7
04 Apr 2000 by Lorene DRAPALLA
"I am searching for James Liveman who was married to Ann B. (Nancy) Simms. I do know that they were married in Monroe County, Ga.; moved to BOSSIER PARISH, LA and had 6 children: James F. Liverman, Wm. B. LIVERMAN, Mathial Liverman, ELIZABETH ELLEN, Nancy M.Liverman, Cato Liverman. Probable death of James about 1847. Would like to know who his father or mother was and any details that might be helpful."

Are there any descendants of George Washington LIVERMAN or his sister Sarah [LIVERMAN] who are or have been researching this family?

Kathye


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