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Briley, Andrew Jackson 1838
Posted by: Jan Turley Date: January 16, 2000 at 13:03:02
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I am researching the Briley surname. They moved to Nacogdoches County by 1838. Andrew Jackson Briley received a land grant there in that year. He was my gggrandfather. I do not have his first wifes name but the 1854 school census listed him as the parent of Felix, Samuel, Mary and Virginia. In 1857 he married my gggrandmother Adalaide Rambin and had Amos Clark Briley, my ggrandfather and Milton Briley as there children. He married a third time in 1870 to Miss Willie Martin. Other Briley's that move there about the same time were Green, Elizabeth, Shadrick, James and John. John must have died shortly after as Shadrick and Mae Briley were named executors of his estate in 1839 in San Augustine county. Any info on this line would be greatly appreciated and I have other info to share also.


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