Pamela, I'm not sure if you are still interested in Jackson S. Kilgo but he was also my gg-grandfather. His daughter, Sarah Elizabeth, married my g-grandfather Thomas Paul Whitfield in Prentiss County, MS on 8/2/1885. They moved to Birmingham, AL and raised my mother, Pearl Hughes, after her mother, Pearl Whitfield Hughes, died in childbirth with her. My mother wrote a journal before her death in which she talks about train trips to Guntown, MS to visit "Mama's" kinfolks. She specifically mentions Mittie Bell, Hattie, Ida Cruse, a brother named Booker Kilgo, and all their children and grandchildren. She said they went to visit most summers until she was about 16 years old (she was born in 1911) and wrote about the houses, all the wonderful food on the tables, and laughter and talk among the grown folks. My son found Jackson S. Kilgo, aged 30, in an 1850 Census of Marion County, AL where it listed him as born in 1819/1820 in Alabama and married to a first wife named Sophronia (age 35) with no children. By the 1880 census, he is living in Mississippi (age 62) with a wife named Elizabeth (age 34) and 8 children listed. He listed his parents as born in Georgia.