Katherine, Sorry to take soooo long to get back to you but I literally haven't touched the computer since April. I don't have a printer and my email server only lets you save the link and apparently the one I got my info from is gone. No worries I transferred the info to my tree which I also haven't touched in months.Macklin Jr married Nancy Halbert Oct 26,1843 in Limestone Coand had 11 (ages from the 1870 census)children - Louisa, Mary Susan 21, Joel 20 (Joseph on some census records), William 17, Stephen 15, Maclin Bascom 12, Nancy Josephine 12,(no they weren't twins just that close in age), Emily 10, Charity 7, Octavia 5, and last but not least Annie who appears, if the story told is true, to have been born after Macklin was taken prisoner by the Union army (The Heritage of Lauderdale Co, pg 347). Macklin does disappear/die between the 1860 and 1870 census. I doubt the accuracy of Annie since she was supposed to have been born about 1866, she is not on the 1870 census so she may have died in infancy. She also appears on only one tree. Macklin Jr and Nancy had a significant age gap on the 1860 census he is shown as 54 and she was 29. Louisa was 14 on the 1860 census. Its possible that Amy was a first wife, but I don't remember and what I have shows Nancy as his first wife. I'll look through my notes, but it may be a while so don't despair. (I only have 435 msgs in my junk mail :-D )NOTE: James McLemore is the leading authority on the McLemore family and has one poss two books by now that hes written on the history. If you want to wear a Tartan ours is the OLD Morrison tartan, but that's another story that goes back to King Olaf the Black, King of Man and the Isles d 1237. Google is a wonderful source for trees and info.