Joyce, I already posted a reply to you on the Buckner board, but I wanted to let you know what happened to Sarah Freeman Clinton. I was told this by Cynthia Clinton (John Allison Clinton's daughter) a few months before she died. Sarah Freeman married again to a man named Harris. According to family tradition,Harris went to town to sell the property Sarah had inherited from Clinton. He completed the sale, but never returned home with the money, causing Sarah's family to label Harris a "carpetbagger". I found Sarah in the 1870 census of Nacogdoches County living with her sister Lydia and Lydia's husband, Greenbury Boyd. Listed were: Greenbury Boyd, 30, Lyda 24, Sary Harris 30, John Clinton 10, and Julia 8. Aunt Cynthia said that her father was very ill when his mother died. Later he tried to go back and find her grave but was unable to do so.Aunt Cynthia said she thought the grave was somewhere in the vicinity of Mahl( a small community between Mt. Enterprise and Nacogdoches). John Allison Clinton was my great-grandfather. His daughter Ethel was my grandmother. She married William Briley Keeling and died in her early twenties.