Hi Folks; The name Ignatious Traweek really cought my eye. I have been researching the Family of James Madison Wright and Sarah F "Sally" Traweek for the past 10 years trying to prove that Sarah was the daughter of Spencer Traweek. My only documented lead has been the 1870 Pickins Co. Alabama census which shows the child Erastus Wright with wife Laura Kelley in the household with Spencer's widow Margaret and his Aunt Martha. I recognize yet another clue today...Ignatious Traweek. On the 1850 Census of Fayette County the household of James M. Wright is listed as this: Note the misspelleing of the name WRIGHT with White, but all the known children of this WRIGHT family match known data for the family. (1850 U.S. Census) ALABAMA , FAYETTE, 15-DIVN Series: M432 Roll: 5 Page: 62 Household 104 White, James M. 40 W/M Farmer, S.C. (Wright) White, Sarah, 38 F/W GA White, Melissa 15 F/W AL White, Thomas 12 M/W MS White, Rufus 10 M/W AL White, Elmira, 8 F/W AL White, INGANIS 7 F/W AL White, Anthony 5 M/W AL White, Erastus 3 M/W AL White, Tersa 1 F/W AL ** Note the 7 year old daughter White, INGANIS 7 F/W AL Thank you for your posting.