My Aunt Beth Huie, 1904-1993, called your gg(g?)grandmother "Aunt Liddy Pierce."Lydia Huie (Pierce) lived as a widow just east of the Dyer-Gibson County Line on what is now the Newbern-Yorkville Highway (Hwy. 77).My Huies, her relatives, ended up with the land she sold when she left for TEXAS. I think I recall that she is buried in Cleburne, Texas (Johnson County). Lydia Huie was a daughter of Benjamin Huie, 1799-1879, who was born in Cabarrus Co., NC, but moved to Iredell Co, then to West Tennessee.She had one son named Kenny Pierce; I believe his name was K O Pierce, or perhaps Oscar Pierce.Let's see; her other siblings were:"Nan" Huie (Mrs. E K Tucker who is buried in Fort Smith, Ark.); LaMyra Huie VanEaton (Mrs. Benj. Lafayette VanEaton); and my great-grandfather, Julius M. Huie, 1828-1911.
A brother of Benjamin Huie was Joseph Huie, who also removed from NC to the Newbern-Yorkville area of NW Tennessee.This man married a Hall woman, and they had a daughter who married a Pierce man; and they also had a son named J W Huie who was a cabinet-maker; this J W Huie removed to Arkansas circa 1850. About 1984 Virginia Jantz of Waco, Texas, compiled all the Huie information I sent her, plus her own MASSIVE research, into a bookPierce, Hall, ... and Huie Families. I presume, and hope, Virginia Copeland Jantz is still alive. Yes, I'm your COUSIN-- Marsha Cope HUIE. Hope this helps.Marsha Huie @ aol . com(no gaps in the real email address)