1860 Monroe Co., AL census: Booker, Jackson 28 Ala Tefelona 28 Elizabeth 8 James 6 William 4 Eliza 2 Blackwell, Tempy 18(his sister?)
I think that Tempy was Jackson's sister, Temperence Elizabeth (possibly).This would indicate another tie to John Booker and his wife Tempy.Tempy, the mother was listed on the 1830 Monroe Co., AL census as:
Tempy Booker: males: 1 under age 5; 1 age 10/15 females: 1 under age 5; 1 age 5/10; 1 age 20/30; 1 age 50/60. The oldests female would be Tempy.The oldest male would have beenDaniel, her son.Could the younges male have been Jackson, possible son of John and Tempy?Maybe the youngest female was the daughter, Temperence Elizabeth.I know that she was listed on the 1860 census as age 18, being born 1842, but this may have been incorrect.I don't know who the other male and female were other than they were probably another son and daugther of John and Tempy.
On the 1840 census the following: Daniel Booker: males: 1 age 20/30 females: 1 age 15/20; 1 age 60/70 this is Tempy Booker. So, the male would be Daniel her son.The female was probably Daniel's wife.Jackson and Elisabeth may have been living with another relative at the time.I will check Willis Booker in 1840 to see if there are 2 children that I can not account for in comparing it with the 1850 census.
So, on closer examination of the census, maybe Jackson and Elisabeth (Tempy/Temperence) were the children of John and Tempy Booker.What do you think?