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Re: Barto Clay in Tyler, Smith Co., TX Help with wife Minna?
Posted by: Bernice Wright (ID *****0707) Date: November 07, 2004 at 16:00:30
In Reply to: Re: Barto Clay in Tyler, Smith Co., TX Help with wife Minna? by Candice Davis of 65444

I was determined to find Barto on the 1880 census, finally I did. His hame had been indexed as Clay Barton.
167 Jasper L Clay family
168 Hansen family
169 Hansen family
170 183 Clay, Bartow 18, born Ga, farm labor parents born GA
Tellitha, 18, wife, keeping house; all born Ga
171 184 Clay, Mary, 55;widow, all born Ga
Pickney, 15, son

1870 Paulding Cty Ga; Dallas Dist
213 213 Willingham, David 31
Abner, 12
Talitha, 9
Sarah, 7
3 houses down is the family of Russell Clay.

John H Clay is listed as father of Bartow on at least two family trees. Here are the census info for John H Clay.
1850 Fulton
81 81 John H Clay, 26, brickmason, NC
Mary J, 25, Ga
James B, 5 (James T)
John W 2
Elizabeth Gilbert 13
Joseph Townsend 20 or 30

1860 Fulton
912 1013 John H Clay, 36, stonemason; Ga
Mary J, 35, Ga
James T 15
John H 12
Laurne?, 6, female
Sonny?, 3 male
William 0/12

1870 Fulton
675 651 Clay, John, 47, brickmason; NC
Mary 46
James 23
John 21
Henry 18
Lama? 15 female
Alonza 13
William 10
Francis 8, male (could this be Bartow Frank?)
676 652 Kilpartick, William 62
Mary, 40
Bartow, 8

email me at I found some info on a website that I copied, but it's too long to post me.


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