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Trying to find the marriage record for Josiah DYCHES and wife Lucinda. They
were both born in the 1770s. I do not have her maiden name. They were
probably married in South Carolina in the 1790s.
Josiah died in 1819 in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana.
Their first child was William C. DYCHES and he was born in about 1799 in
Barnwell Co., S.C.
Their other children:
Josiah, b. 1800 in SC
Nancy Ann, b. 1801
Rebecca, b. 1803
Mary "Polly", b. 1805-6
Harriet, b. 1811
Jerusha Jane, b. 1812
John N., b. 1814
Thanks for any help.
Am afraid that I don't remember ever seeing those names before but that is
not saying they are not connected.
I feel like all those DYCHES/DYKES families are connected, there were just a
lot of children with similar names!!!!
My line: Josiah Dyches and Lucinda __________, probably married in late
1790s in South Carolina. Were in St. Tammany Parish in 1819 when Josiah
died. Then listed in Washington Parish in 1830. Lucinda and her children
finally moved to Texas in 1830s and eventually settled in Williamson Co.,
William C. Dyches and Jane ____________ were probably married in late 1820s
or early 1830s in Washington Parish. They moved to Texas with the rest of
Lavica Dyches and James Bingham were married in 1850 in Williamson Co.,
Texas. They lived in Williamson Co., Bell Co., Milam County with Lavica
dying in Kimble Co. in 1910. She is buried in the Old Junction Cemetery.
Nancy Ann Bingham married James Poey Beard in Milam County in 1882. They
lived in Williamson Co. all their lives. They died in Williamson Co, and are
buried in the Granger City Cemetery.
Robert C. Beard married Annie Maude Bryan in Williamson Co. They also
remained in Williamson Co. all their lives. Robert died in 1970.
Rowena Beard married Wesley Johnson in 1937.
Jackie Johnson Married Herb Morgan in 1968 in Travis Co.
That's my line. Let me know if anyone recognizes a connection to their
Sally, let me know what your line looks like. Interesting to see how the
names run. Usually a lot alike.
From: Sally Viada [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, May 16, 2000 11:25 PM
Subject: Re: new Cemeteries online
Jackie Morgan wrote:
> Do you know any more about the DYKES family listed in the cemetery that
> sent info on?
> I am researching Josiah Dyches and his wife Lucinda. They lived in St.
> Tammany Parish in 1819 when Josiah died. (I've never been able to find
> WHERE he is buried.)
> Lucinda and her children were shown in Washington Parish on the 1830
> Not sure if they really moved or if the parishes just changed shapes.
> Would anyone be able to help me with the history of the parishes
> Also does anyone know what Dykes (DYCHES) family this connects to?
> Thanks a lot.
> Jackie in San Antonio
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sandra McLellan [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 16, 2000 9:06 PM
> To: LATANGIP-L(a)rootsweb.com
> Subject: new Cemeteries online
> Thanks to Belford Carver, we now have the following cemeteries online
> New Star Baptist Church Cemetery
> St James AME NO. 2 Cemetery
> East Thomas St. Black Cemetery
> North Wilson St. Black Cemetery
> Tangipahoa Parish Coordinator
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I am researching the name Dykes, said to be at one time from St Tammany
Parish, along with the names Pace, Thigpen and Bratton. It is my
granddaughters marriage name. her husbands father is Frannon Hosey Dykes
Sr., whose grandfather is thought to be Julius Dykes bn 1897 in Sabine
Parish. Do any of these names ring a bell?
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Looking for marriage info for the following:
Charles BRANNAN m Georgiana STUCKEY MALONE
1881-1884. div 1890-1902
John MALONE m Georgiana STUCKEY (her 1st m)
Emile MENETRE b 1840 LA m Johana ? b 1847 LA
Looking for info Samuel Charles COOPER b 28 Jul 1828
Madisonville LA d Oct 1885 Madisonville LA m Jul 1867 Mathilde
HIBBARD b (Cuba?) in Madisinville LA
Son: Samuel Stanislaus COOPER b 1 Sep 1882 Madisonville
LA m Louise SHELBY 5 Oct 1905 St. Tam. Par.
Thanks in advance,
My relatives living in the area were:
1) Thomas Zachary who married Cora Sanders. Moved to Washington Parish from
South Carolina about 1818.
2) William Zachary, Sr. who married Elizabeth Dickson, parents of Thomas,
moved to St. Helena Parish about 1818.
3) Benjamin Zachary who married Elizabeth Odem, moved to St. Tammany Parish
about 1820. Daughter Cynthia married John Palmer Collins 1820. Benjamin was
probably a brother of William Zachary, Sr.
4)Bennett Hiram Zachary who married Clarinda Bennett (Maybe Bennet) in St.
Tammany Parish in 1833. Was son of William Zachary, Sr.. Bennett Hiram and
Clarinda moved to Jasper County, Texas around 1838.
5) Other children of William Zachary, Sr. were: William, Jr. m. Delila
Glover, Isaac Zachary m. Mary Martha Glover, Benjamin of St. Helena Parish,
Elizabeth m. William Hawley Stark & moved to Jasper County, Texas around
1836-37, Martha Caroline m. William A. Underwood.
Clovis La Fleur
I am researching Samuel H. CANNON, who married Margaret E. JOYNER in St.
Tammany in 1825, as well as her parents, Absolom JOYNER and his wife Zilpha
GALLOWAY, who were in St. Tammany before 1820.
Gregory R. Aymond
My family that came to Saint Tammany Parish in the early 1800s include:
They lived in the area of St. Tammany that became Livingston Parish and
then Tangipahoa Parish in 1869.
Most of others were in Saint Helena and Washington Parish.
With Best Regards,
My family lived in the area around Abita Springs, La.
1.Willliam Wallace Bossier came about 1875
2. David Lyman Davis came about 1830
3. William Wallace McDougald moved into Franklinton, La.Washington Parish
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