Make your own free website on Tripod.com

Selected Families and Individuals

Citations


James Arnette Hayes

1Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1850 United States Census - Head of Household: Hayes, James H., Parish of Union in Louisiana, Enumerated on the 16th day of August 1850. G. A. M..., Sheet: 7??.
"Dwelling 108/Family 108
LINE NAME AGE SEX OCCUPATION Value PLACE OF BIRTH
27 James Hays 45 M Farmer 200 North Carolina
28 Panelopy Hays 30 F Georgia
29 William Hays 10 M Alabama
30 Virginia Hays 8 F Alabama
31 Louisa Hays 8 F Alabama
32 Susan Hays 6 F Alabama
33 Robert Hays 4 M Alabama
34 John Hays 2 M Alabama
35 James Hays 6/12 M Louisiana.".

2Tombstone - Hayes, J. H., Liberty Hill (Taylor) Cemetery, 6 miles NE of Farmerville, Louisiana, Union Parish Rd #6702 (Liberty Hill Road), just off Hwy 33, Section 12, Township 21 1E.
"James H. Hayes, 1798 - February 6, 1867.".


Penelope Jane Lee

1Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1850 United States Census - Head of Household: Hayes, James H., Parish of Union in Louisiana, Enumerated on the 16th day of August 1850. G. A. M..., Sheet: 7??.
"Dwelling 108/Family 108
LINE NAME AGE SEX OCCUPATION Value PLACE OF BIRTH
27 James Hays 45 M Farmer 200 North Carolina
28 Panelopy Hays 30 F Georgia
29 William Hays 10 M Alabama
30 Virginia Hays 8 F Alabama
31 Louisa Hays 8 F Alabama
32 Susan Hays 6 F Alabama
33 Robert Hays 4 M Alabama
34 John Hays 2 M Alabama
35 James Hays 6/12 M Louisiana.".


Virginia Hayes

1Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1850 United States Census - Head of Household: Hayes, James H., Parish of Union in Louisiana, Enumerated on the 16th day of August 1850. G. A. M..., Sheet: 7??.
"Dwelling 108/Family 108
LINE NAME AGE SEX OCCUPATION Value PLACE OF BIRTH
27 James Hays 45 M Farmer 200 North Carolina
28 Panelopy Hays 30 F Georgia
29 William Hays 10 M Alabama
30 Virginia Hays 8 F Alabama
31 Louisa Hays 8 F Alabama
32 Susan Hays 6 F Alabama
33 Robert Hays 4 M Alabama
34 John Hays 2 M Alabama
35 James Hays 6/12 M Louisiana.".


Robert Hayes

1Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1850 United States Census - Head of Household: Hayes, James H., Parish of Union in Louisiana, Enumerated on the 16th day of August 1850. G. A. M..., Sheet: 7??.
"Dwelling 108/Family 108
LINE NAME AGE SEX OCCUPATION Value PLACE OF BIRTH
27 James Hays 45 M Farmer 200 North Carolina
28 Panelopy Hays 30 F Georgia
29 William Hays 10 M Alabama
30 Virginia Hays 8 F Alabama
31 Louisa Hays 8 F Alabama
32 Susan Hays 6 F Alabama
33 Robert Hays 4 M Alabama
34 John Hays 2 M Alabama
35 James Hays 6/12 M Louisiana.".


John Hayes

1Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1850 United States Census - Head of Household: Hayes, James H., Parish of Union in Louisiana, Enumerated on the 16th day of August 1850. G. A. M..., Sheet: 7??.
"Dwelling 108/Family 108
LINE NAME AGE SEX OCCUPATION Value PLACE OF BIRTH
27 James Hays 45 M Farmer 200 North Carolina
28 Panelopy Hays 30 F Georgia
29 William Hays 10 M Alabama
30 Virginia Hays 8 F Alabama
31 Louisa Hays 8 F Alabama
32 Susan Hays 6 F Alabama
33 Robert Hays 4 M Alabama
34 John Hays 2 M Alabama
35 James Hays 6/12 M Louisiana.".


Sarah Jane Williams

11860 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, Martin Batte, Page 116, Schedule 1-Free Inhabitants - enumerated on the 23rd day of July 1860. A. C. Wade, Post Office: Farmerville.
"Parish of Union, Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex Occu. EstatePersonnel Birth
6 M. B. Lee 62 M Farmer 315/12,830 NC
7 Lo Lee 60 F House Keeper NC
8 S. J. Williams 11 F LA
9 Permilia Williams 9 F LA
10 V. S. Williams 7 F LA
11 D. J. Williams 5 M LA
12 M. B. Williams 2 M LA

Family/Dwelling: 740/740
Madison Williams 33 GA Farmer [James Madison Williams, father of above listed children]."
These children are Martin's grandchildren, through his daughter Susan.


Permelia Elizabeth Williams

11860 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, Martin Batte, Page 116, Schedule 1-Free Inhabitants - enumerated on the 23rd day of July 1860. A. C. Wade, Post Office: Farmerville.
"Parish of Union, Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex Occu. EstatePersonnel Birth
6 M. B. Lee 62 M Farmer 315/12,830 NC
7 Lo Lee 60 F House Keeper NC
8 S. J. Williams 11 F LA
9 Permilia Williams 9 F LA
10 V. S. Williams 7 F LA
11 D. J. Williams 5 M LA
12 M. B. Williams 2 M LA

Family/Dwelling: 740/740
Madison Williams 33 GA Farmer [James Madison Williams, father of above listed children]."
These children are Martin's grandchildren, through his daughter Susan.


D. James Williams

11860 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, Martin Batte, Page 116, Schedule 1-Free Inhabitants - enumerated on the 23rd day of July 1860. A. C. Wade, Post Office: Farmerville.
"Parish of Union, Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex Occu. EstatePersonnel Birth
6 M. B. Lee 62 M Farmer 315/12,830 NC
7 Lo Lee 60 F House Keeper NC
8 S. J. Williams 11 F LA
9 Permilia Williams 9 F LA
10 V. S. Williams 7 F LA
11 D. J. Williams 5 M LA
12 M. B. Williams 2 M LA

Family/Dwelling: 740/740
Madison Williams 33 GA Farmer [James Madison Williams, father of above listed children]."
These children are Martin's grandchildren, through his daughter Susan.


Martin Batte Williams

11860 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, Martin Batte, Page 116, Schedule 1-Free Inhabitants - enumerated on the 23rd day of July 1860. A. C. Wade, Post Office: Farmerville.
"Parish of Union, Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex Occu. EstatePersonnel Birth
6 M. B. Lee 62 M Farmer 315/12,830 NC
7 Lo Lee 60 F House Keeper NC
8 S. J. Williams 11 F LA
9 Permilia Williams 9 F LA
10 V. S. Williams 7 F LA
11 D. J. Williams 5 M LA
12 M. B. Williams 2 M LA

Family/Dwelling: 740/740
Madison Williams 33 GA Farmer [James Madison Williams, father of above listed children]."
These children are Martin's grandchildren, through his daughter Susan.


Holland Lee

1Tombstone - Lee, H., Liberty Hill (Taylor) Cemetery, 6 miles NE of Farmerville, Louisiana, Union Parish Rd #6702 (Liberty Hill Road), just off Hwy 33, Section 12, Township 21 1E.
"Holland Lee, Dates: ca. 1830 - June 18, 1864.".


Holland Lee

1Tombstone - Lee, H., Liberty Hill (Taylor) Cemetery, 6 miles NE of Farmerville, Louisiana, Union Parish Rd #6702 (Liberty Hill Road), just off Hwy 33, Section 12, Township 21 1E.
"Holland Lee, Dates: ca. 1830 - June 18, 1864.".


John Martin Lee Sr.

1Schedule 1-Free Inhabitants, 1860 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, John Martin Sr., Enumerated on the 23rd day of July 1860. A. C. Wade. Post Office Farmerville. Dwelling/Family 737.
"
Parish of Union of Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex Occu. Estate Personnel Birth
28 J. M. Lee 30 M Farmer 2000 8800 AL
29 M. J. Lee 29 F House Keeper AL
30 Jno M. Lee 9 M LA
31 Sally J. Lee 7 F LA
32 Emma Lee 5 F LA
33 W. W. Lee 3 M LA
34 M. Stansel 20 M NC.".

2Schedule 1.-Inhabitants, 1870 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, John Martin Sr., Enumerated on the 7th day of June, 1870. George Rossetta, Ass't Marshal, Post Office: Farmerville. Page 21, D.
"
Ward No. 1, in the Parish of Union, Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex/Race Occup. Val. Birth Other
1 John M. Lee 40 M/W Farmer AL 19. X
2 Mary J. Lee 38 F/W House Keeper 784/250 LA
3 John M. Lee Jr. 19 M/W Farm Labor LA
4 Sally J. Lee 16 F/W LA
5 Emma B. Lee 14 F/W LA
6 Lizzie Lee 8 F/W LA school
7 Jordan G. Lee 6 M/W LA school
8 Corinne Lee 3 F/W LA.".

3Alice Ogles and Proofread by Mary Davis-Odom , 1880 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, John Martin Sr., Enumeration District: 84 Page No: 11 Reel no: T9-473 Division: Ward One Supervisor District: 3 Sheet No: 394B.
"
Union Parish, Louisiana
LINE Name COL Se Age Relation S M W M Occu Birth Father Mother SNDX
34 Lee John M W M 50 X Farmer | | | AL NC NC L000
35 Lee Marry Jane * W F 49 Wife X House Keeper | | | AL GA LA L000
36 Lee Jordan G. W M 16 Son X At School | | X | LA L000
37 Lee Coracin W F 13 Dau X At School | | X | LA L000
Lee GOYSIE S M 7 GSon At School LA --- ---
Joe GOYSIE S M 2 GSon At Home LA --- ---.".

4Tombstone - Lee, J. M. Sr..
John M. Lee Sr., Dates: July 24, 1829 and June 30, 1893.

5Marriage Record - Lee/Taylor, Martin Batte Lee Bible, In the possission of:, Henry LeRoy Johns III, North Little Rock, Arkansas, a descentant.
"John Martin Lee Sr. to Mary Jane Taylor "Windes) February 6, 1849.".


Mary Jane Taylor

1Schedule 1-Free Inhabitants, 1860 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, John Martin Sr., Enumerated on the 23rd day of July 1860. A. C. Wade. Post Office Farmerville. Dwelling/Family 737.
"
Parish of Union of Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex Occu. Estate Personnel Birth
28 J. M. Lee 30 M Farmer 2000 8800 AL
29 M. J. Lee 29 F House Keeper AL
30 Jno M. Lee 9 M LA
31 Sally J. Lee 7 F LA
32 Emma Lee 5 F LA
33 W. W. Lee 3 M LA
34 M. Stansel 20 M NC.".

2Schedule 1.-Inhabitants, 1870 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, John Martin Sr., Enumerated on the 7th day of June, 1870. George Rossetta, Ass't Marshal, Post Office: Farmerville. Page 21, D.
"
Ward No. 1, in the Parish of Union, Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex/Race Occup. Val. Birth Other
1 John M. Lee 40 M/W Farmer AL 19. X
2 Mary J. Lee 38 F/W House Keeper 784/250 LA
3 John M. Lee Jr. 19 M/W Farm Labor LA
4 Sally J. Lee 16 F/W LA
5 Emma B. Lee 14 F/W LA
6 Lizzie Lee 8 F/W LA school
7 Jordan G. Lee 6 M/W LA school
8 Corinne Lee 3 F/W LA.".

3Alice Ogles and Proofread by Mary Davis-Odom , 1880 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, John Martin Sr., Enumeration District: 84 Page No: 11 Reel no: T9-473 Division: Ward One Supervisor District: 3 Sheet No: 394B.
"
Union Parish, Louisiana
LINE Name COL Se Age Relation S M W M Occu Birth Father Mother SNDX
34 Lee John M W M 50 X Farmer | | | AL NC NC L000
35 Lee Marry Jane * W F 49 Wife X House Keeper | | | AL GA LA L000
36 Lee Jordan G. W M 16 Son X At School | | X | LA L000
37 Lee Coracin W F 13 Dau X At School | | X | LA L000
Lee GOYSIE S M 7 GSon At School LA --- ---
Joe GOYSIE S M 2 GSon At Home LA --- ---.".

4Tombstone - Taylor, M. J., Liberty Hill (Taylor) Cemetery, 6 miles NE of Farmerville, Louisiana, Union Parish Rd #6702 (Liberty Hill Road), just off Hwy 33, Section 12, Township 21 1E.
"Mary Jane Taylor Lee, Date: June 14, 1831 - June 14, 1881; d/o John and Jane Taylor, Wife of Oliver P. H. Windes, Wife of John M. Lee.".

5Marriage Record - Lee/Taylor, Martin Batte Lee Bible, In the possission of:, Henry LeRoy Johns III, North Little Rock, Arkansas, a descentant.
"John Martin Lee Sr. to Mary Jane Taylor "Windes) February 6, 1849.".


Willis Wood Lee

1Schedule 1-Free Inhabitants, 1860 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, John Martin Sr., Enumerated on the 23rd day of July 1860. A. C. Wade. Post Office Farmerville. Dwelling/Family 737.
"
Parish of Union of Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex Occu. Estate Personnel Birth
28 J. M. Lee 30 M Farmer 2000 8800 AL
29 M. J. Lee 29 F House Keeper AL
30 Jno M. Lee 9 M LA
31 Sally J. Lee 7 F LA
32 Emma Lee 5 F LA
33 W. W. Lee 3 M LA
34 M. Stansel 20 M NC.".

2Tombstone - Lee, W. W..
Willis Wood Lee, Dates: May 28, 1857 and September 6, 1863.


Judge John Taylor

1Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1850 United States Census - Head of Household: Taylor, John, Enumerated by me on the 16th day of August 1850, G. A. H....
"Parish of Union of Louisiana
LINE NAME AGE SEX OCCUPATION Value Place of Birth
33 John Taylor 46 M Farmer 2000 Georgia
34 Jane Taylor 39 F Louisiana
35 Elizabeth Taylor 17 F Alabama
36 Samuel Taylor 14 M Alabama
37 Sally Taylor 11 F Louisiana
38 Thompson 6 M Louisiana
39 William Taylor 3 M Louisiana
40 Willis Taylor 1 M Louisiana.".

2-Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1860 United States Census - Head of Household: Taylor, John, Enumerated on the 24the day of July 1860, A. C. Wade. Post Office Farmerville. Dwelling/Family 748:.
Parish of Union of Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex Occu. Estate Personnel Birth
11 John Taylor 56 M Farmer 8000 118,950 GA
12 M. J. Taylor 39 F House Keeper SC
13 S. W. Taylor 24 M Farmer 5700 AL
14 Willis Taylor 7 M LA
15 N. Taylor 9 M LA
16 H. Gilbert 27 F AL
17 Verona Gilbert 8 F LA
Taylor J.G. 30 Ala.

3Tombstone - Taylor, J., Liberty Hill (Taylor) Cemetery, 6 miles NE of Farmerville, Louisiana, Union Parish Rd #6702 (Liberty Hill Road), just off Hwy 33, Section 12, Township 21 1E.
"John Taylor, September 12, 1804 - December 30, 1877; Native of Georgia, Son of William and Catherine Gray."
Submitted by: Timothy D. Hudson 1866 - 1883 UNION PARISH LOUISIANA OBITUARIES ... available on microfilm at the Hill Memorial Library, Louisiana State University campus, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. from Ouachita Parish newspapers
The Union Record 4 Feb 1878 "AN OLD LAND-MARK GONE. Scarce had last Sunday's Sun announced to the world its coming, the spirit of Judge Taylor "crossed over the river and rested beneath the shade of the trees." Judge Taylor was born in Georgia in 1804, and in early youth moved to Butler County, Alabama. For a number of years he was Sheriff of that county. Before Union Parish was created, he settled in what was then Ouachita Parish, in 1837, and after the division in 1838, was appointed Judge of Union Parish. This position he held for several years, holding in his hand for the rich and poor alike the scales of Justice, well poised. He served three successive terms in the legislature of Louisiana, where, by his good judgment and unswerving fidelity to his State and Constituents, the plaudit of "well done thou good and faithful servant" was his reward. Judge Taylor's third wife survives him. He leaves 47 children and grandchildren, all of whom live in this parish, except one son, Capt. J. G. Taylor of Ouachita Parish. Union Parish can ill afford to loose such men, but none are exempt from the claims of the grave, and we bow in humble submission to him that doeth all things well. 'Leaves have their time to fall, And wither with the North wind's breath, And stars to set - but thou has't All seasons for thine own, of! Death.'" [Note: The Union Record was a newspaper published in Union Parish between 1866 and the 1880s. Unfortunately, the only known extant copy is a partial page from 1866. This obituary was included by the late Mr. John Fletcher Ramsey in his book on the Taylor family, published posthumously by his daughter in 1982.].


Jane Wood

1Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1850 United States Census - Head of Household: Taylor, John, Enumerated by me on the 16th day of August 1850, G. A. H....
"Parish of Union of Louisiana
LINE NAME AGE SEX OCCUPATION Value Place of Birth
33 John Taylor 46 M Farmer 2000 Georgia
34 Jane Taylor 39 F Louisiana
35 Elizabeth Taylor 17 F Alabama
36 Samuel Taylor 14 M Alabama
37 Sally Taylor 11 F Louisiana
38 Thompson 6 M Louisiana
39 William Taylor 3 M Louisiana
40 Willis Taylor 1 M Louisiana.".

2-Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1860 United States Census - Head of Household: Taylor, John, Enumerated on the 24the day of July 1860, A. C. Wade. Post Office Farmerville. Dwelling/Family 748:.
Parish of Union of Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex Occu. Estate Personnel Birth
11 John Taylor 56 M Farmer 8000 118,950 GA
12 M. J. Taylor 39 F House Keeper SC
13 S. W. Taylor 24 M Farmer 5700 AL
14 Willis Taylor 7 M LA
15 N. Taylor 9 M LA
16 H. Gilbert 27 F AL
17 Verona Gilbert 8 F LA
Taylor J.G. 30 Ala.

3Tombstone - Wood, J., Liberty Hill (Taylor) Cemetery, 6 miles NE of Farmerville, Louisiana, Union Parish Rd #6702 (Liberty Hill Road), just off Hwy 33, Section 12, Township 21 1E.
"Jane Wood Taylor, August 16, 1811 - November 15, 1858; Wife of John Taylor, Daughter of Mathew H. Wood.".


Jordan Gray Taylor

1-Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1860 United States Census - Head of Household: Taylor, John, Enumerated on the 24the day of July 1860, A. C. Wade. Post Office Farmerville. Dwelling/Family 748:.
Parish of Union of Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex Occu. Estate Personnel Birth
11 John Taylor 56 M Farmer 8000 118,950 GA
12 M. J. Taylor 39 F House Keeper SC
13 S. W. Taylor 24 M Farmer 5700 AL
14 Willis Taylor 7 M LA
15 N. Taylor 9 M LA
16 H. Gilbert 27 F AL
17 Verona Gilbert 8 F LA
Taylor J.G. 30 Ala.

2Tombstone - Taylor, J. G., Liberty Hill (Taylor) Cemetery, 6 miles NE of Farmerville, Louisiana, Union Parish Rd #6702 (Liberty Hill Road), just off Hwy 33, Section 12, Township 21 1E.
"Jordan Gray Taylor, September 29, 1829 - January 3, 1884; son of John and Jane Wood Taylor.".


Elizabeth Taylor

1Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1850 United States Census - Head of Household: Taylor, John, Enumerated by me on the 16th day of August 1850, G. A. H....
"Parish of Union of Louisiana
LINE NAME AGE SEX OCCUPATION Value Place of Birth
33 John Taylor 46 M Farmer 2000 Georgia
34 Jane Taylor 39 F Louisiana
35 Elizabeth Taylor 17 F Alabama
36 Samuel Taylor 14 M Alabama
37 Sally Taylor 11 F Louisiana
38 Thompson 6 M Louisiana
39 William Taylor 3 M Louisiana
40 Willis Taylor 1 M Louisiana.".


Samuel W. Taylor

1Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1850 United States Census - Head of Household: Taylor, John, Enumerated by me on the 16th day of August 1850, G. A. H....
"Parish of Union of Louisiana
LINE NAME AGE SEX OCCUPATION Value Place of Birth
33 John Taylor 46 M Farmer 2000 Georgia
34 Jane Taylor 39 F Louisiana
35 Elizabeth Taylor 17 F Alabama
36 Samuel Taylor 14 M Alabama
37 Sally Taylor 11 F Louisiana
38 Thompson 6 M Louisiana
39 William Taylor 3 M Louisiana
40 Willis Taylor 1 M Louisiana.".

2-Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1860 United States Census - Head of Household: Taylor, John, Enumerated on the 24the day of July 1860, A. C. Wade. Post Office Farmerville. Dwelling/Family 748:.
Parish of Union of Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex Occu. Estate Personnel Birth
11 John Taylor 56 M Farmer 8000 118,950 GA
12 M. J. Taylor 39 F House Keeper SC
13 S. W. Taylor 24 M Farmer 5700 AL
14 Willis Taylor 7 M LA
15 N. Taylor 9 M LA
16 H. Gilbert 27 F AL
17 Verona Gilbert 8 F LA
Taylor J.G. 30 Ala.


Melissa A. Taylor

1Tombstone - Taylor, M. A., Liberty Hill (Taylor) Cemetery, 6 miles NE of Farmerville, Louisiana, Union Parish Rd #6702 (Liberty Hill Road), just off Hwy 33, Section 12, Township 21 1E.
"Melissa A. Taylor, April 17, 1841 - September 18, 1846, d/o of John and Jane Taylor.".


Louisa A. Taylor

1Tombstone - Taylor, L. A., Liberty Hill (Taylor) Cemetery, 6 miles NE of Farmerville, Louisiana, Union Parish Rd #6702 (Liberty Hill Road), just off Hwy 33, Section 12, Township 21 1E.
"Louisa A. Taylor, March 2, 1843 - July 2, 1844; Daughter of John and Jane Taylor.".


Thompson Taylor

1Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1850 United States Census - Head of Household: Taylor, John, Enumerated by me on the 16th day of August 1850, G. A. H....
"Parish of Union of Louisiana
LINE NAME AGE SEX OCCUPATION Value Place of Birth
33 John Taylor 46 M Farmer 2000 Georgia
34 Jane Taylor 39 F Louisiana
35 Elizabeth Taylor 17 F Alabama
36 Samuel Taylor 14 M Alabama
37 Sally Taylor 11 F Louisiana
38 Thompson 6 M Louisiana
39 William Taylor 3 M Louisiana
40 Willis Taylor 1 M Louisiana.".


John T. Taylor

1Tombstone - Taylor, J. T., Liberty Hill (Taylor) Cemetery, 6 miles NE of Farmerville, Louisiana, Union Parish Rd #6702 (Liberty Hill Road), just off Hwy 33, Section 12, Township 21 1E.
"John T. Taylor, January 11, 1845 - March 12, 1860; Son of John and Jane Taylor.".


William Gray Taylor

1Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1850 United States Census - Head of Household: Taylor, John, Enumerated by me on the 16th day of August 1850, G. A. H....
"Parish of Union of Louisiana
LINE NAME AGE SEX OCCUPATION Value Place of Birth
33 John Taylor 46 M Farmer 2000 Georgia
34 Jane Taylor 39 F Louisiana
35 Elizabeth Taylor 17 F Alabama
36 Samuel Taylor 14 M Alabama
37 Sally Taylor 11 F Louisiana
38 Thompson 6 M Louisiana
39 William Taylor 3 M Louisiana
40 Willis Taylor 1 M Louisiana.".

2Tombstone - Taylor, W. G., Liberty Hill (Taylor) Cemetery, 6 miles NE of Farmerville, Louisiana, Union Parish Rd #6702 (Liberty Hill Road), just off Hwy 33, Section 12, Township 21 1E.
"William G. Taylor, September 17, 1846 - September 17, 1857; Son of John and Jane Taylor.".


N. Taylor

1-Schedule I-Free Inhabitants, 1860 United States Census - Head of Household: Taylor, John, Enumerated on the 24the day of July 1860, A. C. Wade. Post Office Farmerville. Dwelling/Family 748:.
Parish of Union of Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex Occu. Estate Personnel Birth
11 John Taylor 56 M Farmer 8000 118,950 GA
12 M. J. Taylor 39 F House Keeper SC
13 S. W. Taylor 24 M Farmer 5700 AL
14 Willis Taylor 7 M LA
15 N. Taylor 9 M LA
16 H. Gilbert 27 F AL
17 Verona Gilbert 8 F LA
Taylor J.G. 30 Ala.


Virginia Taylor

1Tombstone - Taylor, J., Liberty Hill (Taylor) Cemetery, 6 miles NE of Farmerville, Louisiana, Union Parish Rd #6702 (Liberty Hill Road), just off Hwy 33, Section 12, Township 21 1E.
"Virginia Taylor; May 1858 - August 12, 1859, daughter of John and Mary Jane Taylor.".


James Taylor

1Enumeration District: 84 Page No: 22 Reel no: T9-473 Division: Supervisor District: 3 Sheet No: 400A, 1880 United States Census - Head of Household: Taylor, Matthew Wood, Enumerated on: June 12, 1880 by: T. F. Gilbert. Transcribed by Alice Ogles and Proofread by Mary Davis-Odom .
"
Ward 1, Union Parish, Louisiana
LINE | Name Col Sex Age Relation S M W M Occu Birth Father Mother SNDX
10 Taylor Matthew W W M 28 X farmer LA GA LA T460
11 Taylor Sallie A. W F 24 wife X house keeper LA T460
12 Taylor Joe B W M 6 son X | X X | LA T460
13 Taylor Jane W F 5 dau X | X X | LA T460
14 Taylor Ollie W F 1 dau X | X X | LA T460
15 Taylor James W M 18 bro X cropper f. laborer | LA T460.".


Oliver P. H. Windes

1Tombstone - Windes, O. P. H..
O.P.H. Windes, Dates: December 21, 1824 and September 7, 1852.


Mary Jane Taylor

1Schedule 1-Free Inhabitants, 1860 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, John Martin Sr., Enumerated on the 23rd day of July 1860. A. C. Wade. Post Office Farmerville. Dwelling/Family 737.
"
Parish of Union of Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex Occu. Estate Personnel Birth
28 J. M. Lee 30 M Farmer 2000 8800 AL
29 M. J. Lee 29 F House Keeper AL
30 Jno M. Lee 9 M LA
31 Sally J. Lee 7 F LA
32 Emma Lee 5 F LA
33 W. W. Lee 3 M LA
34 M. Stansel 20 M NC.".

2Schedule 1.-Inhabitants, 1870 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, John Martin Sr., Enumerated on the 7th day of June, 1870. George Rossetta, Ass't Marshal, Post Office: Farmerville. Page 21, D.
"
Ward No. 1, in the Parish of Union, Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex/Race Occup. Val. Birth Other
1 John M. Lee 40 M/W Farmer AL 19. X
2 Mary J. Lee 38 F/W House Keeper 784/250 LA
3 John M. Lee Jr. 19 M/W Farm Labor LA
4 Sally J. Lee 16 F/W LA
5 Emma B. Lee 14 F/W LA
6 Lizzie Lee 8 F/W LA school
7 Jordan G. Lee 6 M/W LA school
8 Corinne Lee 3 F/W LA.".

3Alice Ogles and Proofread by Mary Davis-Odom , 1880 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, John Martin Sr., Enumeration District: 84 Page No: 11 Reel no: T9-473 Division: Ward One Supervisor District: 3 Sheet No: 394B.
"
Union Parish, Louisiana
LINE Name COL Se Age Relation S M W M Occu Birth Father Mother SNDX
34 Lee John M W M 50 X Farmer | | | AL NC NC L000
35 Lee Marry Jane * W F 49 Wife X House Keeper | | | AL GA LA L000
36 Lee Jordan G. W M 16 Son X At School | | X | LA L000
37 Lee Coracin W F 13 Dau X At School | | X | LA L000
Lee GOYSIE S M 7 GSon At School LA --- ---
Joe GOYSIE S M 2 GSon At Home LA --- ---.".

4Tombstone - Taylor, M. J., Liberty Hill (Taylor) Cemetery, 6 miles NE of Farmerville, Louisiana, Union Parish Rd #6702 (Liberty Hill Road), just off Hwy 33, Section 12, Township 21 1E.
"Mary Jane Taylor Lee, Date: June 14, 1831 - June 14, 1881; d/o John and Jane Taylor, Wife of Oliver P. H. Windes, Wife of John M. Lee.".


John Martin Lee Jr.

1Schedule 1-Free Inhabitants, 1860 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, John Martin Sr., Enumerated on the 23rd day of July 1860. A. C. Wade. Post Office Farmerville. Dwelling/Family 737.
"
Parish of Union of Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex Occu. Estate Personnel Birth
28 J. M. Lee 30 M Farmer 2000 8800 AL
29 M. J. Lee 29 F House Keeper AL
30 Jno M. Lee 9 M LA
31 Sally J. Lee 7 F LA
32 Emma Lee 5 F LA
33 W. W. Lee 3 M LA
34 M. Stansel 20 M NC.".

2Schedule 1.-Inhabitants, 1870 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, John Martin Sr., Enumerated on the 7th day of June, 1870. George Rossetta, Ass't Marshal, Post Office: Farmerville. Page 21, D.
"
Ward No. 1, in the Parish of Union, Louisiana
Line Name Age Sex/Race Occup. Val. Birth Other
1 John M. Lee 40 M/W Farmer AL 19. X
2 Mary J. Lee 38 F/W House Keeper 784/250 LA
3 John M. Lee Jr. 19 M/W Farm Labor LA
4 Sally J. Lee 16 F/W LA
5 Emma B. Lee 14 F/W LA
6 Lizzie Lee 8 F/W LA school
7 Jordan G. Lee 6 M/W LA school
8 Corinne Lee 3 F/W LA.".

31880 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, John Martin Jr., Enumeration District: 84 Page No: 43 Reel no: T9-473 Division: Supervisor District: 3 Sheet No: 410B.
"
Ward One, Union Parish, Louisiana
LINE Name COL Se Age Relation S M Occu Birth Father Mother SNDX
19 Lee Jr. John M W M 29 X farmer | | | LA Ala Ala L26.
20 Lee Nerada W F 20 wife X house keeper | | | AL L000
21 Lee Thompson W W M 6 son X | | | X X LA L000
22 Lee Anna W F 4 dau X X X LA L000.".

4Death - Lee, John Martin Jr..
"1909 Obituary of John Martin Lee, Jr., a native of Union Parish Louisiana The News-Star Saturday, 2 October 1909 Page 4, Column 2
JOHN M. LEE, JR., DEAD
Former Well Known Citizen of Monroe Dies in New Orleans Mr. John M. Lee, Jr., for many years a resident of this city, died at his home in New Orleans this morning at 4 o'clock. He was in his fifty-ninth year. During his residence here, Mr. Lee was general land agent of the (?). S.& P. railroad, later accepting a similar position with the Southern Pacific Company, when he moved his residence to New Orleans. Mr. Lee was considered one of the best posted men on railroad matters in the State and his services were invaluable to the railroad companies he represented. Mr. Lee was a native of Union parish where he had many relatives and numbered his friends by his acquaintances, as was the case wherever he was known. He was a man of a genial disposition and spread sunshine wherever he went. Mr. Lee was a frequent visitor to Monroe up to the time of his confinement several months ago when he was forced to undergo an operation, and he always seemed to regard Monroe as his home. Mr. Lee is survived by his wife and three children, Mrs. H.R. Speed and Mrs. J. (?) Wooten of this city, and Mr. Burch Lee of Minden, Capt. Wood Lee, his older son, died during the Spanish-American War while in command of the Pelican Rifles of Baton Rouge. The funeral services will be held in this city at the residence of Mr. H.R. Speed at 3:30 o'clock tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon. The remains will arrive tomorrow morning from New Orleans accompanied by a Masonic escort. A committee from Western Star Lodge, of which he was a member, will meet the remains at Alexandria and escort them to Monroe. The funeral services will be conducted by Rev. J. (?) H. Wharton of the Baptist church of which Mr. Lee was a devout member. Following the church services the remains will be turned over to Western Star Lodge to be interred with Masonic honors. Stonewall Lodge Knights of Pythias will also attend the funeral in a body. The members of the Masonic and Knights of Pythias lodges are requested to meet at their respective lodge halls at 2:30 Sunday afternoon.

1909 Funeral of John Martin Lee, Jr., a native of Union Parish Louisiana The News-Star Monday, 3 October 1909 Page 2, Column 3
The Funeral of Mr. J.M. Lee, Jr. On yesterday morning the remains of Mr. J.M. Lee, Jr., of New Orleans, accompanied by the bereaved family and friends under a special Masonic escort from New Orleans, and one from Monroe who joined the party at Alexandria arrived in the city on a private car at 9:30 o'clock. At the depot, the remains were met by a large number of friends, and a committee from the Western Star Lodge No. 24 and escorted to the home of Mr. And Mrs. H.R. Speed, where the services were held on yesterday afternoon. At 3:30, the hour appointed for the funeral, the home of Mr. H.R. Speed was banked with floral offerings and filled to overflowing with friends of the deceased, not only from Monroe, but from Vicksburg, Farmerville and the nearby towns, where Mr. Lee was loved, honored and respected. Rev. J.U.H. Wharton, pastor of the Baptist church and intimate friend of Mr. Lee, conducted the services, during which was most feelingly and expressively sung the beautiful hymns, "Lead Kindly Light", and "Nearer My God to Thee". In his remarks over his cherished friend, Mr. Wharton referred to a long (NEWSPAPER IS TORN AT THIS POINT) -ing which time he knew him, as a public spirited gentleman, ever ready to promote the progress and upbuilding of the town or community in which he lived. As a devoted husband thoughtful and affectionate, as a father, kind, generous, and watchful, as a friend, true and sincere, as a Christian character, steady and firm, ready to answer the summons, which came as a gentle sleep, for the beating heart was softly touched by the finger of God and all was gently stilled. By a strange working of Providence, Mr. Wharton conducted the burial services over Mr. Lee's father and wrote the obituary, though to a different State, to the memory of his mother, and while stated Mr. Wharton, though this was a most trying occasion, if it was God's will, he was flad to be able to make this testimony, sacred to the memory of Mr. Lee. At the conclusion of Rev. Mr. Wharton's remarks, the Masonic order took charge, the services being conducted in part at the residence. The remains were carried through a beautiful passage way of flowers, tributes of love and friendship, by the Masonic pall bearers to the hearse. Messrs. F. P. Stubbs, D.A. Breard, G.M. Crook, R.B. Frizzel, G.P. Stubbs, J.W. Hyams of New Orleans, acting in that capacity. The honorary pall bearers were Messrs. W. Millsaps, J.T. Cole, Jno. E. Morris, R.M. McClendon, R.L. Rinehart, H.L. Gregg of West Monroe, Dr. W.L. Jones and Mr. R.P. Webb of Monroe, and Mr. St. Martin of New Orleans. The remains were followed to the Monroe Cemetery by a large concorse of friends and laid to rest with Masonic honors. Hon. Frederick Speed of Vicksburg, Past Grand Master of the State of Mississippi paid a fitting tribute to the memory of his friend and fraternal brother, Mr. Lee. () friends to accompany the () from New Orleans and to re() with them on the special this evening are: Mr. W. Moss, Past Grand Master of the State and member of Jefferson Lodge No. 191, Mr. Aaron Steeg, editor of the Square and Compass, Mr. Jos. Hyams, ex-speaker of the House of Representitives at Baton Rouge, Mr. St. Martin, sheriff of Jefferson parish, Messrs. Lynton Stubbs, J.M. Lee, Mrs. Hacket and Mrs. T.O. Lowry of New Orleans. Mr. Lee leaves a widow, two daughters, Madames J.R. Wooten and H.R. Speed of Monroe, and one son, Mr. W.B. Lee of Minden, to whom in their sad bereavement the News-Star offers sincerest sympathies.

1909 Tribute to John Martin Lee, Jr., a native of Union Parish Louisiana The News-Star Friday, 22 October 1909 Page 4, Column 4.".

5Tombstone - Lee, J. M. Jr., Monroe City Cemetery, Desiard St. at Manassas, Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
"LEE, John Martin Jr., Birth: Jan 28, 1851 Death: Oct 2, 1903.".

6Marriage Record - Burch/Lee, Louisiana Marriage Records, Sandel Library, Northeast Louisiana University, Monroe, Louisiana.
"Groom: John M. Lee, Bride: M. Nevada Burch, Date: November 19, 1872.".


Martha Nevada Burch

11880 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, John Martin Jr., Enumeration District: 84 Page No: 43 Reel no: T9-473 Division: Supervisor District: 3 Sheet No: 410B.
"
Ward One, Union Parish, Louisiana
LINE Name COL Se Age Relation S M Occu Birth Father Mother SNDX
19 Lee Jr. John M W M 29 X farmer | | | LA Ala Ala L26.
20 Lee Nerada W F 20 wife X house keeper | | | AL L000
21 Lee Thompson W W M 6 son X | | | X X LA L000
22 Lee Anna W F 4 dau X X X LA L000.".

2Obit - Burch, M. N., Martin Batte Lee Bible, In the possission of:, Henry LeRoy Johns III, North Little Rock, Arkansas, a descentant.
"(pasted in the bible a newspaper obit article for Mrs. Vada Burch Lee) written in ink on margin of article: March 8, 1936.".

3Tombstone - Burch, M. N., Monroe City Cemetery, Desiard St. at Manassas, Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
"Vada Lee, Birth: May 8, 1855, Death: March 8, 1936; Burch w/o John M. Jr.".

4Marriage Record - Burch/Lee, Louisiana Marriage Records, Sandel Library, Northeast Louisiana University, Monroe, Louisiana.
"Groom: John M. Lee, Bride: M. Nevada Burch, Date: November 19, 1872.".


Thompson Wood Lee

11880 United States Census - Head of Household: Lee, John Martin Jr., Enumeration District: 84 Page No: 43 Reel no: T9-473 Division: Supervisor District: 3 Sheet No: 410B.
"
Ward One, Union Parish, Louisiana
LINE Name COL Se Age Relation S M Occu Birth Father Mother SNDX
19 Lee Jr. John M W M 29 X farmer | | | LA Ala Ala L26.
20 Lee Nerada W F 20 wife X house keeper | | | AL L000
21 Lee Thompson W W M 6 son X | | | X X LA L000
22 Lee Anna W F 4 dau X X X LA L000.".

2Tombstone - Lee, T. W., Monroe City Cemetery, Desiard St. at Manassas, Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
"Thompson Wood Lee, Birth: November 4, 1873, Death: September 12, 1898; s/o John M. Jr. and Vada Burch.".


Minnie Lee

1Tombstone - Lee, M..
Minnie Lee, Dates: March 25, 1878 and August 5, 1879.