Fourth Generation


61. Henry Clay WILLIAMSON103,104,168,169,170,171,172,173,174,175,176 was born in 1833 in KY. He lived with his parents in KY, Hardin Co. on 22 August 1850. In 1860 he farmer in KY, Hardin Co. Henry lived lived next to his parents in KY, Hardin Co., Elizabethtown on 14 July 1860. And M.V.B. Hook sold land on 8 February 1876 in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas. H. C. Williamson and M.V.B. Hook (his brother-in-law)
"For $225 paid by Thompson and Dennison of State of Tennessee...property one mile north of the courthouse...being part of the John Grisby league...northward by the Houston Texas Rail Road Right of Way." , His wife, and M.V.B. Hook sold land on 10 February 1877 in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas. H. C. Williamson, Sallie M. Williamson, and M.V.B. Hook
"For the sum of $450 paid by J. T. Swan...Lot #21 Block 22 in the Rail Road addition." He lived in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas on 2 June 1880. Between 1884 and 1887 he carpenter in TX, Dallas Co. Henry lived in the rear of his carpenter shop in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, corner of Ross and Leonard Aves. between 1884 and 1887. His brother Ephraim worked and lived with Henry in 1884/5 in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, corner of Ross and Leonard Aves. In 1891/2 he carpenter and ran a boarding house in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, 121 Masten St. In 1893/4 he boardinghouse owner in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, 237 Live Oak St. Henry died on 2 January 1898 in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, 128 Allen St.. He died at 5pm Sunday. He was buried on 3 January 1898 in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, Oakland Cemetery. The funeral was from Ross Avenue mission at 3pm. The funeral director was Ed. C. Smith.

The Oakland cemetery grave card states that a double stone was ordered.

From researcher Troy Williamson, who found the gravesite in Oakland Cemetery, 15 May 2009, "The grounds keeper showed me where they are buried and there is no tombstone. He said it could have been because it was wooden (now gone), sunk into the sandy soil, or they just could not afford a headstone. An interesting thing about Sara. She was actually buried in the the WALKWAY. Where it shows No. Lot Space = 0... That means she was buried in the walkway next to her husband who was in lot space 1. They are buried in the area Section 1 in the little wedge above block 62." He was first married from his grandmother Rachel VanMetre's house in Hardin Co., KY.

He was possibly a Confederate soldier in the Civil War. No military records have been found yet.

Henry Clay WILLIAMSON and Susan J. BUCKLES were married on 5 December 1859 in KY, Hardin Co., Elizabethtown. He was married from his grandmother Rachel Vanmetre's house in Elizabethtown, Hardin Co., KY. Susan J. BUCKLES168 was born in 1843 in KY. She died between 1860 and 1873. She was married at Rachel Vanmetre's house in Elizabethtown, Hardin Co., KY. Rachel was her husband's grandmother.

Henry Clay WILLIAMSON and Sarah Maria BARNHILL were married in 1871 in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas. Sarah Maria BARNHILL169,170,171,172,173,177,178,179,180,181 was born on 21 September 1851 in Tx, DeWitt Co., Clinton. She lived in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas on 2 June 1880. On 2 June 1880 she housewife in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas. In 1891/2 Sarah boarding house keeper in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, 121 Masten St. She lived in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, 121 Masten St. in 1891/2. In 1893/4 she boarding house keeper in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, 237 Live Oak St. Sarah lived in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, 237 Live Oak St. in 1893/4. She lived in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, 428 Young St. on 6 June 1900. On 6 June 1900 she boarding house keeper in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, 428 Young St. Sarah lived in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, 110 Kerr St. on 25 April 1910. She lived in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, 3603 Hamilton Ave. on 14 January 1920. On 14 January 1920 she practical nurse for a private family in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, 3603 Hamilton Ave. Sarah lived in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, 3603 Hamilton Ave. on 8 April 1930. She died on 2 December 1934 in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas. She died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. T. R. Malin at 924 Wayne, Dallas, TX. She was buried in December 1934 in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas, Oakland Cemetery. Funeral services were held at 3pm Monday at the Full Gospel Church, with the Rev. Charles Ott and the Rev. T. W. Boone officiating and the Rebekahs in charge of the service.

From researcher Troy Williamson, who found the gravesite in Oakland Cemetery, 15 May 2009, "The grounds keeper showed me where they are buried and there is no tombstone. He said it could have been because it was wooden (now gone), sunk into the sandy soil, or they just could not afford a headstone. An interesting thing about Sara. She was actually buried in the the WALKWAY. Where it shows No. Lot Space = 0... That means she was buried in the walkway next to her husband who was in lot space 1. They are buried in the area Section 1 in the little wedge above block 62."

A double stone had been ordered per the Oakland cemetery grave card.

Henry Clay WILLIAMSON and Sarah Maria BARNHILL had the following children:

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i.

Ammasetta WILLIAMSON169 was born in 1874 in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas. She lived with her parents in TX, Dallas Co., Dallas on 2 June 1880.

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ii.

John Henry "Johnnie" WILLIAMSON.

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iii.

Henrietta "Etta" WILLIAMSON.

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iv.

James Clay "Clay" WILLIAMSON.

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v.

Jessie M. WILLIAMSON.

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vi.

Cecil Alexander WILLIAMSON.