Dawn, I have been able to get some more information from a cousin of my husbands. W.W. Freeling, Barbara Geater said was William Westbrook and she had more information on the sibs too:
Descendants of John Henry Freeling
Generation No. 1
1.JOHN HENRY2 FREELING(AUGUSTUS JACOB HENRY1) was born December 28, 1781 in Sussex County, New Jersey, and died April 07, 1843 in or June 7, 1843, Madison Count, Tennessee.He married LUCY HOLMES July 28, 1814 in Rowan County, North Carolina.She died February 26, 1879 in Hardeman County, TN.
Notes for JOHN HENRY FREELING:
SOLDIERS OF THE WAR OF 1812
THE MILITIA OF NORTH CAROLINA
1812 AND 1814
SIXTH REGIMENT OF ROWAN, MONTGOMERY, MECKLENBURG, CABARRUS AND
OFFICERS: RICHARD ALLISONLIEUTENANT COLONELCOMMANDANT
JOHN H. FREELINGFIRST MAJOR
AMOS SHARPESECOND MAJOR
Children of JOHN FREELING and LUCY HOLMES are:
i. WILLIAM WESTBROOK3 FREELING, b. December 18, 1815.
Notes for WILLIAM WESTBROOK FREELING:
William W. Freeling, Rufus A. Mays, Thomas B. Rains, Co. "C". "The Madison Invincibles." Men from Madison County.6th Tennesse Infantry Regiment
ii. ELIZABETH FREELING, b. May 23, 1817.
iii. AUGUSTUS JACOB HENRY FREELING, b. May 06, 1821.
Notes for AUGUSTUS JACOB HENRY FREELING:
Hardeman County, TN, marriage record: Freeling, A.J.H. Black, Sallie J. Mar 1876
iv. ROBINSON HOLMES FREELING, b. May 06, 1821.
v. SARAH ELSTON FREELING, b. February 16, 1823.
vi. SUSAN GILES FREELING, b. November 20, 1824; d. June 06, 1907, Odd Fellows Cemetery, Grenada MS; m. PHILLIP ALLAN DULIN, August 04, 1842, Madison County, TN; b. February 14, 1819, North Carolina; d. March 03, 1863, ??Battle of Vicksburg, Miss..
Notes for PHILLIP ALLAN DULIN:
Phillip Allan Dulin moved to Grenada, Mississippi sometime after their marriage. They were married in Madison County Tennessee named spelled Philip A. Donlin or Doolin. It is said that he was related(probably a cousin or nephew) to Bill Doolin the famous outlaw. Many changed the spellings of their names to Dulin to distance themselves from Bill Doolin.Phillip,?died in the Battle of Vicksburg March 3, 1863.
Barbara Geater's notes and research:
Yalobusha wasmade a county in 1833 and Grenada was not a county until 1870. From the records in the Coffeville Court House in Yalobusha Co, Oct 3, 1853, Phillip Allen Dulin bought 160 acres of land. This property is located off State Highway 7, left of Torrance Landing Road. This property is now in the Greneda Reservoir Land. There is a family cemetery, Called the Dulin Cemetery, with 15 grave sites. Phillip Allen Dulin is buried there giving his birth & death dates. One son born William A. Dulin born Nov 24, 1850- died Oct. 20, 1859. Their daughter, Lula L. Dulin, born June 22, 1867, died August 20, 1867 is also buried there.The other people are unknown to Barbara Geater.
From The Dulin Family in America by Roberta Dulin Stewart, Phillip died near Torrance.
From a post on Genforum: Jay Doolin
From "Bill Doolin, Outlaw, Oklahoma Territory' by Colonel Bailey C. Hanes, and other sources: Parents of "Wild Bill" were Michael (Mack) Doolin (b. KY 1808, m. Artemima Bellar (or Beller) AR 1856 (2nd wife), d. Johnson, AR 1865. Parents of Michael were John Doolin and Cathy (also Ceaty) Rowe. Bill born Johnson AR 1858, d. 1896; had sister Tennessee b. Johnson AR abt. 1859. Also 7 half-brothers and -sisters by Michael's first wife, Mary E. Stephens. Bill and his wife, Edith Ellsworth, had one child, Jay. When Edith remarried (in 1897), Jay took his stepfather's name and lived a long and blameless life in Ponca City, OK, as Jay D. Meek.
More About PHILLIP ALLAN DULIN:
Burial: Yalobusha County, MS
vii. JOHN HENERY FREELING, b. October 10, 1826, Madison Co. TN; m. (1) NANCY CARRINGTON, February 03, 1847, Madison County, TN; b. Nashville, TN; d. November 04, 1870; m. (2) JULIA WILSON, Aft. 1871; b. January 03, 1844, Arkansas.
Notes for JOHN HENERY FREELING:
John H. Freeling, farmer, was born in Madison County, Tenn., October 10, 1826. His father, J. H. Freeling, was born in New Jersey, but was reared in North Carolina. He was married in the latter State to Lucy Holmes, and by her became the father of five sons and five daughters - our subject being the seventh member of the family. The father was a prominent and wealthy citizen, and for some time was sheriff of Rowan County, N.C. He came to Tennessee in 1825, and settled in Madison County. He was a farmer, and died in 1843. His wife died in Hardeman County in 1880. Their son, John H., received a common school education, and has followed farming through life. He served a short time in the Confederate Army as a member of Col. Wilson's cavalry, but was discharged for disability. He was married in Madison County, February 3, 1847, to Miss Nancy Carrington, and by her became the father of two sons, John W. and Joseph S., who are practicing physicians: the former at McNairy Station, and the latter at Benton, Mo. Mrs. Freeling was born near Nashville, in 1827, and died at the homestead in Madison County November 4, 1870. Mrs. Julia Exum became Mr. Freeling's second wife. She was born in Arkansas, January 3, 1844, and is a daughter of John F. Wilson, and by Mr. Freeling became the mother of one son, Charles Henry. One son was born to her marriage with Mr. Exum, John R., who is attending college at Jackson. Mr. Freeling is a Mason, and he and wife are members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He owns 450 acres of land, 320 being in the home place.
Served in Col. Wilson's Calvary in Civil War.He was a Freemason and they aremembers of the Presbyterian Cumberland Church.
Madison County 1860 Census:
viii. TENNESSEE FREELING, b. September 22, 1828.
ix. N. K. FREELING, b. November 23, 1830.
x. CHARLES F. FREELING, b. May 29, 1833.