Perhaps I can help. William H. Pulley was born in December of 1833 in Dallas County Alabama and died 24 June 1911 in Fulton County Arkansas. He was married to Emily Casinda M. Goodin or Gooden 21 September 1854 in Dallas County Alabama. She was born 5 May 1839-40 in Mississippi and died 9 August 1934. They are both buried in the Saddle Cemetery, Saddle, Arkansas. On the names of the children, except for some differents in spelling and a couple of date, I have the same thing that you have down through Emily Rosetty Pulley. I did not have Frank Benton or Luther in my list of children.
William H. Pulley was a son of Jesse P. Pulley and Mary Susan Rasco. Jesse P. Pulley was born 17 March 1808 in Virginia. I believe in Mecklenburg County. He died 3 June 1885 in Fulton County Arkansas. He married Mary Susan Rasco in Dallas County Alabama 8 Nov. 1832. She was born 1 March 1815 in Christian County Kentucky and died 11 April 1885 in Fulton County Arkansas. They are both buried in the Manrey Cemetery at Agnos, Arkansas.
Mary Susan Rasco was a daughter of Laban Taylor Rasco I and Sarah "Sallie" Reese.
Laban Taylor Rasco was born 30 March 1784 in Bertie County North Carolina and died 22 October 1860 in Dallas County Alabama. He married Sarah "Sallie" Reese 17 January 1804 in Christian County Kentucky. Sallie was born 30 May 1786 in Richland County South Carolina and died 17 March 1859 in Dallas County Alabama. She was a daughter of Ephraim Timothy Reese and Anna "Nancy" Earle.
Laban Taylor Rasco was a son of Captain William Rasco born about 1735> probably in Virginia or North Carolina. died 21 May 1806 in Stewart County Tennessee. He married Rachel Harrell in Bertie County N.C. Their marriage bond is dated 10 December 1777. Rachel was a daughter of Jesse and Ferebee Harrell. Jesse Harrell was a son of John Harrell.
We do not know for certain who the parents of William Rasco were. We do know that he had at least one brother named Teagle Rasco who enlisted in the 7th North Carolina Regiment of Continental troops during the Revolutionary War. He enlisted as a private in January of 1777. In January of 1778 he was promoted to Corporal. He died February 28, 1778 at Valley Forge Pa. by 1792 William was Teagle only living brother.