McDougal/d and Ledbetter Descendants of the Southern StatesUpdated November 15, 2003
Hi I'm Mack McDougal.Everyone calls me Grits.My families didn't come over on the Mayflower.None of them were Kings or Queens.None of them were powerful people who changed the world.My family ancestors were everyday people that did their best to make a living in some extraordinary times, much like you and I.
My Father's name was originally McDougald, but degenerated to McDougal over the years.My Mother's name was Ledbetter.As of yet I haven't found any horsethieves or pirates, but there were several who bent the law on occasion.
I have done my very best to make sure all data in this file is accurate.Before I accept any new data, I scrutinize it very closely, but I still make mistakesIf I give questionable data, I make mention that it is questionable as a warning to all who have access to it.Please notify me of any needed changes.
I look forward to trading family info with you and will be happy to discuss anything concerning genealogy.
- John BushLawrence (27 KB)
The smaller girl is his daughter, Minnie Lee.The boy is his son, Jack B.The Taller girl is his daughter Emma Cleo.Why his oldest child Thomas Newton is not in the picture is unknown.
- Harriett Cottrell (46 KB)
Wife of Alfred Mason
- Clearingnew ground (51 KB)
1910Man in far left (back of the row) is William Thomas Wilson.Th head sticking out of the black man's shoulder is David Parks Ledbetter.Taken near Shiloh in Union county, Arkansas.
- David ParksLedbetter (27 KB)
- Oliver Parker Ledbetter (9 KB)
This photo is a reprint from a tintype
- VictoriaGraves (38 KB)