Wm. Franklin Driskill was the younger son of Elias and Christina Driskill.He had an older brother named John and several sisters.William married Charlotte, but I never knew of her last name.How did you come by that information?They were living in Pulaski County, Missouri during the 1850 census and they moved down to Tarrant County, Texas about 1850-1853ish.The area they lived in was around Grapevine, Texas and you can find William and his mother and numerous other relatives buried in Parker Cemetery near the Dallas/Ft. Worth airport.
Charlotte died young, I don't know when or where.Do you? She had a child that has not been well documented, but her name was Luvicy (or Luvica) Christina Driskill.Luvicy married J.S. Day (Joseph Samuel Day) whose brothers also married Driskill sisters.Luvicy had four children before she died.One was a girl named Charlotte known as Lottie.She married and lived around Coalgate, Oklahoma for a long time.
J.S. Day then married Mary Catherine Driskill Moses Snelson, widow of W. H. Snelson about three months later.They both had little children who needed two parents.Mary Catherine was the daughter of William Henry Driskill, who was the nephew of Wm. Franklin Driskill, so she was like a second cousin to Luvicy?
Her brother, who you write of, signed documents buying land she and her husband J.S. Day were given as inheritance from her father.
There are pictures of Wm Franklin Driskill and quite a few of his descendents live in Tarrant County.I have photo copies of them.History is rich of this family in the Grapevine area, you really should be able to find substantial information on them.
Wm.F. Driskill remarried after the death of Charlotte and more information is known about the children of the 2nd marriage.