You have about 1000 (at least) more cousins than you thought you did, I have not worked out your relation to the PATE, BILBREY, BILBERRY, MEDLOCK, ELLIS and so forth, not having the info on your own line in the dbase.
There are a few connections tween Huffman (sometimes spelled Hoffman or Hufman in records) and the Medlock, tween the Medlock and Bilbrey/Bilberry, the Pate/Medlock and so forth.
You are descended from Charles B. Huffman (s/o Michael Huffman and Sarah Carnes (or Karnes). Charles B. wasn't the only child they had of course. Michael and Sarah m. in KY and migrated to IL, Shelby Co.
Matilda Ada Ellis (1880 Census has Ada) and her sister Allice are indeed the children of Benj. Ellis Jr, and wife Cynthia white.Benj. Jr's sister Rebecca Ellis was the first known wives of Eli Riley Burke Huffman, and Eli R. B. Huffman was s/o Charles B. Huffman and Martha Chaffin, and bro. of Elizabeth J. Huffman Eaton Hoy; in short two of Elizabeth's sons m. what amounts to their Ellis cousins.
Rebecca had two dau by Eli R. B. and one died from exposure while Rebecca and the babies were in hiding during the Indian raids; Rebecca was so terrified the experience that she left husb. & home and went back to live with her father, Benj, and later one of her sibs. The surviving dau, is listed in the 1860 Burnet Co Census & the 1880 Bell Co Census with Rebecca.Rebecca and Eil R. B. were divorced.
What I think we should do, is shift this discussion to private email, since it concerns the Huffman, Ellis, Medlock and Eaton families, Pate and the others, rather than the HOY families. I suspect HOY researchers would appreciate our absence in this. :)
There is a 'Medlock Discussion Group' (we were named by J. Sims, a cousin, as such) and there's a lot of info to fill in the outline that you have posted.Also, I can put you on that Medlock Discussion Group list for updates on the various lines. There's some, during the course of a year.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you the FGS on the lines that you mention in your own outline.