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Lavinia Sellers - 1880 (528 KB) Mysterious error on census, Lavinia Jane Sellers Anderson mistakenly listed as Bozeman, but note that she is the mother in law - she is Corrintha Anderson Barfoot's mother. Lavinia was the wife of Seaborn Anderson and also the mother of Nancy Bozeman in the next household. Lavinia's parents were Levinia Anderson and William Calvin Sellers - all the Andersons being of the same family of Elisha and the Sellers all being from 1700s North Carolina.
Confederate Application for Widows Pension (852 KB) Grandmother Nancy Jane Anderson Bozeman ( daughter of Lavinia ) applied in 1899 with her husband's Uncle John A. Hill as the witness - her husband is buried on Uncle John's old plantation in Dublin where I have discovered his tombstone - this item adds to the suspicion of Hill in our lineage as John was the brother of Martha H. Bozeman and her father was also a John Hill in the American Revolution who eventually settled in Dublin with many of his own children.
1850 (610 KB) Vincent Joiner and Aunt Ellen Bozeman took in her brother Meady's son after his death and one of them became big in history as the Captain Peter Henry Bozeman of Mississippi Calvary - Ellen was one of the daughters of Sarah and Peter of Darlington SC.
Stone in Macon County (654 KB) 1850 shows Grandfather Augustus Marvin Stone as a child with his parents Sarah Davies and Benjamin Wilburn Stone living near Ben's brother William, from Georgia, but also near their own father from Maryland, Michael Stone born 1778.
1830 (76 KB) Grandpa Elisha Anderson in Montgomery Alabama by his son in law Alfred Sellers and by Jesse and by Captain Benjamin Lewis