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John and James Cude History


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John and James Cude History

Of John Cude’s children, most moved to the boothill area where south-east Missouri and north east Arkansas meet. Knowing where his children were at a point in time helps to trace the parentage of their offspring. John’s two oldest sons, Horner and William stayed in central Tennessee. His middle son Timothy moved to the central area of Arkansas, about 1836 and settled around Johnson and Union Co‘s. TIMOTHY (Cude) COOD State: AR County: Johnson County Township: Arkansas Territory Year: 1837 Record Type: Tax list Page: 002 Database: AR 1830-1839 Tax Lists Index

John Horner, Russell Horner, Elijah Horner and John Lomax ,are on the 1816 tax list, of Lawrence Co. Missouri Territory. All, except Elijah Horner are back in Perry Co. TN., in 1820 census. Elijah's death has always been a mystery, in Horner research.

1821-Missouri officials meet in an emergency session on June 4th to draft a response nullifying the clause that would "prevent free Negroes and mulattos from coming to and settling in this state, under any pretext whatsoever." Missouri will not be allowed to enter the Union with that clause in the constitution. So they change it, and President James Monroe proclaims Missouri a state on August 10th. Maine is allowed to enter the Union as a free state and Missouri is a slave state. An 1820 census shows 66,586 persons, including 10,222 slaves. Missouri legislators meet from November 1821 to January 1822. They create the great state seal during this session. The capital of Arkansas Territory was moved to Little Rock in 1821.

Lincoln lost the election of 1832. His first run for office. His campaign slogan -- I am in favor of a National Bank, I am in favor of the Internal improvement system, and a high protective tariff. These are my sentiments and political principles. The Whig party ran, for some years, mostly in strong second place to the Democrats. The Whig Party, in the United States, was for most of its history concerned with promoting internal improvements, such as roads, canals, railroads, deepening of rivers, etc. Abraham Lincoln was a Whig for most of this period. The industrial north wanted the "American System" program of fostering economic development through transportation subsidies and through protective tariffs on imports to aid American manufacturers. They wanted to build their infrastructure through taxing the southern plantations. Many Southerners believed these policies promoted Northern growth at their expense. Immigrants coming into Arkansas, came mostly from the states of Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina and Georgia. They came by land, or partly by land and partly by water. Many of them came all the way in ox drawn wagons. Some of them floated in flat boats down the Tennessee, Ohio, and Mississippi rivers to Ste. Genevieve and New Madrid and then by land the rest of the way; but some of them continued down the Mississippi river to Chickasaw Bluff (Memphis) and Helena, from which they might move westward and northward. Sometimes they went on to the mouth of white River and up that river. Soon after 1836 a road was opened from Izard county eastward through Lawrence County, (then including Sharp) to Greene county, This road went by the new towns of Smithville and Powhatan, where there was a fine ferry across Black River. In the late 1830's, the old north-south trail between Pocahontas and Jacksonport along the low ridge east of the floodplain of Black River was converted into a public road. It was the first north-south road opened between Black and Cache Rivers. It was an easy road to travel and very important until after the Civil war. It went by the steamboat landing places at Elgin, Clover Bend, Lauratown, and near Powhatan, It intersected the Izard county-Greene county road at the settlement then called Cross Roads about a mile south of the present town of Portia. John Cude and the youngest son James Cude moved to Dunklin Co. Missouri about 1842. James moved his family over into Arkansas before 1860. His brother John and his sisters were on the Missouri side of the line. A few miles away. 1850 Dunklin County, Missouri Census Lot 27 David COBEL 53 M Farmer NC X Agnes 53 F NC X Peter 21 M Farmer TN X Sarah 16 F TN Adam 14 M TN Freman 9 M TN Nancy 7 F TN CUDE Elizabeth 19 F TN---Elizabeth Cude Age: 19 Estimated birth year: abt 1831 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Female Home in 1850: Independence, Dunklin, Missouri Page: 14 Roll: M432_399 ( This appears to be a niece, probably the daughter of William Cude ) James Cude -Age: 36 Estimated Birth Year: 1813 Birth Place: Tennessee Gender: Male Home in 1850-Independence, Dunklin, Missouri (1860 age 47)- Lot 54 - Page: 16 Roll: M432_399--Temperance (Wilburn) Cude Age: 30 Estimated birth year: abt 1820 Birth Place: Tennessee.(1860 she lied about her age and said she was 46)-Temperance Cude Estimated birth year: abt 1821 Age in 1870: 49 Birthplace: Tennessee Home in 1870: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas

- Mary Cude - Age: 10 Estimated birth year: abt 1840 Birth place: Missouri (Mary was born in Hickman Co. Tenn. Per 1840 Census, Mary Ann Cude Marriage Date: 18 Mar 1858 Spouse: Eli Hufstedler County: Randolph State: Arkansas ) -ELI HUFSTEDLER Land Office: BATESVILLE Document Number: 10592 Total Acres: 120 Signature: Yes Canceled Document: No Issue Date: July 01, 1859 Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566 Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820 Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries Land Description:

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-William Cude - Age: 8 Estimated birth year: abt 1842 Birth place: Missouri. (William B Cude, died 24 Oct 1858 age 16 yrs Note: According to Mrs Lucille Foster Hufstedler, William B Cude was the first burial in Old Union Cemetery, Birdell, Randolph Co. Arkansas) -- Sarah Cude - Age: 4 Estimated birth year: abt 1846 Birth place: Missouri (1860 age 14)-- Elbert J S Cude - Age: 2 Estimated birth year: abt 1848 Birth place: Missouri -Elbert J S Cude Estimated birth year: abt 1850 Age in 1870: 20 Birthplace: Missouri Home in 1870: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas---Ellen Cude Estimated birth year: abt 1849 Age in 1870: 21 Birthplace: Illinois Home in 1870: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas

- Elizabeth Cude - Age: 1 Estimated birth year: abt 1849 Birth place: Missouri ( 1860 age 12, Elisabeth Cude Marriage Date: 5 Nov 1874 Spouse: Wm R. Pratt County: Randolph State: Arkansas)

Elizabeth Cude Estimated birth year: abt 1849 Age in 1870: 21 Birthplace: Missouri Home in 1870: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas

Robert Cude Age in 1860: 10 Birth Year: abt 1850 Birthplace: Missouri Home in 1860: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Gender: Male Post Office: Blacks Ferry

Lucinda Cude Age in 1860: 8 Birth Year: abt 1852 Birthplace: Missouri Home in 1860: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Gender: Female Post Office: Blacks Ferry

Amanda (Lucinda) Cude Estimated birth year: abt 1852 Age in 1870: 18 Birthplace: Missouri Home in 1870: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas

John H Cude Age in 1860: 4 Birth Year: abt 1856 Birthplace: Arkansas Home in 1860: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Gender: Male Post Office: Blacks Ferry John H Cude Estimated birth year: abt 1856 Age in 1870: 14 Birthplace: Arkansas Home in 1870: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas ---John Horner born 1856. John Horner married Martha Elizabeth Hawkins 12/26/1878. They had 9 children. James Edwin, Ader (Ada) Della, Thomas Alfred (my grandfather), Jesse, Mary Lee (Lelia), John Austin (Jack), William Gordon (Dick), Annie Opal and Sarah Ellen. Thomas Alfred married Blanche Lilly Kelly 07/25/1909. They had 5 children. Ina Mae, Dovie Belle, Mary Elizabeth, Tommie Faye and TA Cude Jr.

James E Cude Age in 1860: 9/12 Birth Year: abt 1859 Birthplace: Arkansas Home in 1860: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Gender: Male Post Office: Blacks Ferry

James E Cude Estimated birth year: abt 1860 Age in 1870: 10 Birthplace: Arkansas Home in 1870: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas

John Cude Age: 39 Estimated birth year: abt 1811 Birth Place: Tennessee Gender: Male Home in 1850 - Clay, Dunklin, Missouri. -- Mary Cude Age: -26 Estimated birth year: abt 1824 Birth Place: Tennessee.-- Martha Cude Age:- 10 Estimated birth year: abt 1840 Birth Place: Tennessee -- Cecelia Cude - Age: 8 Estimated birth year: abt 1842 Birth Place: Missouri -- Tennessee Cude - Age: 6 Estimated birth year: abt 1844 Birth Place: Missouri -- Horner Cude Age: 4 Estimated birth year: abt 1846 Birth Place: Missouri --John Cude Age: 2 Estimated birth year: abt 1848 Birth Place: Missouri -- Rebecca Cude Age: 0 Estimated birth year: abt 1850 Birth Place: Missouri

James Cude’s older sisters Elizabeth Cude and her Husband Asa Byrd and Lavina Cude and her Husband Clement Wilkins were also in Dunkin Co. with their families.- 1850 Dunklin County, Missouri Census - lot 25 -BYRD Asa 60 (1790) M Farmer NC Elizabeth (Cude)52 (1798) F TN X-- William 19 (1831) M Farmer TN -- Dolly 17 (1833) F TN -- Winny 15 (1835) F TN --Andrew 13 (1837) M TN James married Temperance Wilburn. Daughter of Byrell (Burrel) Wilburn and Mary Lomax--1850 Perry Co. census says: Burwell Wilburn 70 (1780) born in Va.--Mary 60 born in Ga, . Samuel is her brother.

Samuel Wilburn, born 1813; died Unknown. He was the son of Burrell Wilburn and Mary Lomax. 1850 Dunklin County, Missouri Census Lot 3 -WILBOURN Samuel 38 M None TN Neoma ? 32 F TN X Sarah 18 F TN James 16 M TN Mary 15 F TN Burrell 10 M TN Elizabeth 8 F TN Caroline 6 F TN John 4 M TN

1850 Dunklin County, Missouri Census Lot 49 - Clement WILKINS 60 (1790) M Farmer NC --Viena (Lavina Cude) 50 (1800) F TN X Abner 16 M TN Martha 14 F TN William 10 M TN Clement Wilkins is listed in 1840 with four sons. One in the under 5 row. Two in the 5 to 10 row and one in the 10 to 15 row (John 1827)- He is listed with three daughters. One in the under 5 row. One in the 5 to 10 row and one in the 10 to 15 row. Timothy Wilkins is listed next to him in the census with a wife both in the 15 to 20 rows Lot 50 WILKINS John 23 M Farmer TN --Margaret (Horner?)24 F TN -- HORNER John R. 8 mo M MO ( John is the son of Lavina Cude and Clement Wilkins, he appears to have married a young widow or unwed mother.)

Hornerville Location: Dunklin County, Missouri

Legal status: Fourth-class city

Population: 686 (Change since 1990: +9.1%)

Founded: ca. 1840 by William H. Horner

Name origin: William Harrison Horner

1850 Dunklin County, Missouri Census

Lot 3 HORNER William Sr 55 M FARMER TN -- Mary 52 F KY --Louisa 28 F TN -- Elizabeth 24 F TN X --William 22 M FARMER TN -- Mary 20 F TN -- Elijah 17 M TN -- Latesia 14 F TN -- Agnes 9 F TN

Lot 22 HORNER Lewis 48 M Farmer TN -- Anna 48 F TN -- Elizabeth 20 F TN -- Sarah 16 F TN --Thomas 13 M TN --John 11 M TN-- Russell 8 M TN BAKER Jackson 33 M Farmer TN X --Mary 26 F TN -- James 4 M MO --Almedia 11 mo F MO 23 WILKINS Clem 44 M Farmer NC -- Sarah 43 F TN -- Jeremiah 19 M TN --Sarah 16 F TN --Agnes 14 F TN -- John 13 M TN --Margaret 8 F TN --Rebecca 6 F TN

Lot 28 HORNER William Jr. 34 M Merchant MO -- Almedia 29 F KY -- Malinda 10 F MO --Amanda 7 F MO -- Albert 5 M MO --William 6 mo M MO Lot 42 HORNER Calep 36 M Blacksmith TN -- Margaret 26 F TN -- Orlena 6 F TN

Lot 29 HORNER Caleb 34 M Farmer TN -- Cyrena 34 F TN -- Mary 13 F TN -- William 8 M TN -- Hylum 6 M MO -- Margaret 4 F TN -- Harrison 2 M MO Lot 43 LOMAX Russell 38 M Farmer TN -- Louisa 29 F TN -- Mary 12 F TN --Elizabeth 9 F TN Lot 44 HORNER Jesse Sr. 23 M Farmer TN

Lot 39 HORNER Thomas 45 M Farmer TN -- Eliza 47 F KY -- Jane 19 F KY-- Jesse 23 M KY -- Sarah 19 F KY -- Lewis 12 M KY --Nancy 22 F KY Lot 54 HORNER John 29 M Farmer TN X Sarah 18 F Lot 69 DAUGHERTY James 35 M Farmer MO -- Catharine 29 F MO --Columbia 11 F MO -- Alexander 10 M MO -- Martha 7 F MO -- Henry 10 mo M MO

Lot 74 HORNER John 30 M Farmer TN -- Victoria 22 F MO -- Mary 9 F TN --Missouri 2 F MO -- John 6 mo M MO

Lot 27 David COBEL 53 M Farmer NC -- Agnes 53 F NC -- Peter 21 M Farmer TN -- Sarah 16 F TN -- Adam 14 M TN -- Freman 9 M TN --Nancy 7 F TN --CUDE Elizabeth 19 F TN

Lot 29 BYRD Wiley 60 M Farmer KY -- Patsy 50 F NC -- Susan 18 F TN -- Harriet 15 F TN -- Josephine 12 F TN --Fountain 10 M TN

Lot 46 BYRD Nathaniel 29 M None TN -- Elizabeth 28 F TN -- Adam ?? 6 F TN -- Samuel 4 M TN --James 3 M MO

WILBURN: Perry County, Tn. Deed Book K, page 342:

Whereby descent from Burrell Wilburn Decd late of Perry Tenn. James & Temperance Cude, John Wilburn, Samuel Wilbun, Josiah Wilburn,
Jas. Wilburn, Nancy Beard heirs, Mary Edwards & Elizabeth Edwards have Derived title to and have an undivided intrest and to six tracts of land owned & lived upon by said Burrel Wilburn before his Decease being all the lands owned by him, lying on Cane Creek mostly on the North side of the same in Perry County, Tennessee and bounded....on west by E. H. Shepards lands...

Now we James Cude and Temperance Cude by our lawful attorney William H. Cude have this day bargained and sold.....to John Wilburn of sd. county for the consideration of $500.00....all our right title and interest in and to all said several tracts of land being our Eighth of the same, which we have inherited as aforesaid, including the remainder interest in the same to which Mary (Lomax) Wilburn "widdow" of sd Burwell Wilburn decd. is entitled as dower....Signed this 23rd of May 1859....

James Cude (Seal) - Temperance Cude (Seal) - By William Cude (Seal) Attorney in Fact
Attest: B. G. Rickman - T. W. Edwards

Deed registered May 29, 1859 (IN this deed, Burrel is spelled various ways.)

Samuel Wilburn, born 1813; died Unknown. He was the son of Burrell Wilburn and Mary Lomax. They left Perry/Hickman Counties on rafts made of Pumpkins.

1860 Census -- Russell Lomax Clay, Dunklin, MO abt 1812 Tennessee --- Louisa Lomax Clay, Dunklin, MO abt 1821 Tennessee --- Lucinda Lomax Clay, Dunklin, MO abt 1827 Tennessee ---- Mary Lomax Clay, Dunklin, MO abt 1838 Tennessee ---- Wilbourn Lomax Clay, Dunklin, MO abt 1824 Tennessee ---------- Elizabeth Lomax Clay, Dunklin, MO abt 1841 Tennessee-- William Lomax Clay, Dunklin, MO abt 1848 Missouri The Baltimore riot of 1861 (also called the Pratt Street Riot and the Pratt Street Massacre) was an incident that took place on April 19, 1861 in Baltimore, Maryland between Confederate sympathizers and infantrymen of the United States Army. It is regarded by historians as the first bloodshed of the American Civil War. the Union army entered Baltimore, occupied the city and declared martial law, to prevent all further incidents. On April 12, one week prior to the riot, the battle of Fort Sumter started, signaling the beginning of the American Civil War. At the time, the slave states of Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Arkansas had not yet seceded from the U.S.. In addition, it was not yet known whether four other slave states, ( Delaware, Maryland, Missouri, and Kentucky) (later known as " border states"), would remain in the Union. When Fort Sumter fell on April 13 without a single man lost, the Virginia legislature took up a measure on secession. Arkansas entered the Union on June 15, 1836, as the 25th state. Farming was the chief source of income, but a meager source for many, particularly in the uplands. With the rich Plantations to the south and the Ozark Mountains to the west. There is a stream in the western district of Lawrence County called Flat Creek. It has its beginning at various springs just east of Smithville and Bows into Black River, about three miles south of Powhatan. Early settlers began to come to this valley about 1815 and during the period 1835-1860 this valley was filled with settlers. They belonged to good families from Tennessee, Kentucky, and Georgia. They acquired land and made permanent settlements. With the Mississippi River close by it was a region of great commerce. The military road, was opened about 1811, running north and south. A road which had been run between Powhatan and Smithville While early settlers were attaching themselves close to the road that led from Powhatan to Smithville, facts prove that evidently the log church-school building, which was later called Old Bethel, was erected in the early 1820's and given the name New Hope. In 1838, the Arkansas Gazette ran a story that included this statement about the prosperity of the new town: "The new town of Pocahontas, county seat of Randolph County, is said to have become, within 18 months of its existence, one of the most flourishing places within the state. Lots in the town had increased in value from 100 to 500 percent. The farm land in the county, which had sold for $1.25 per acre, was now much in demand at $20." In fact, all this good fortune had led some to proclaim Pocahontas as the "metropolis of the West." . In 1857 James Cude bought over 200 acres in Randolph, Co. AR. Which was about 5 times the normal farm of the time, which was about 40 acres. I can find no record of any slaves in his name. Between 1840 and 1850 they had 4 more children, that we have a record of. In the 1860 census we have John Cude --Clay, Dunklin, MO 50 1809 Tennessee -- Mary ( Byrd ? ) Cude 30 1829 Tennessee -- Tennessee Cude 15 1844 Missouri --- Horner Cude MO 13 1846 Missouri--- John Cude 11 1848 Missouri --- Mary Cude 7 1852 Missouri --- Matilda Cude 6 1853 Missouri -- William Cude 3 1856 Missouri --- They have Andrew Bird 22 1837 Tennessee, staying with them. He would be the son of Elizabeth Cude married Asa Bird

This has Cecelia Cude as born in 1842 in Missouri. John was in the area prior to this date. The Cude cemetery is located in Clay Township, Dunklin Co. MO. on an old Indian mound, near Hornersville. In 1861, Union Gen. John C. Fremont instituted martial law in Missouri and declared slaves there to be free. (However, Fremont's order was countermanded days later by President Lincoln). One of the reasons Lincoln and the Republican Party establishment gave for their opposition to slavery was, as he stated in his October 16, 1854, speech, that “the whole nation is interested that the best use shall be made of these [new] territories. We want them for the homes of free white people. This they cannot be, to any considerable extent, if slavery shall be planted with them.” The north had a surplus of unemployed emigrant labor from Europe was trying to move it west. Labor market protectionism was a basis for Lincoln’s opposition to the extension of slavery. A key strategy of the Republican Party was to buy votes from white laborers and move them in to the territories. Indians needed to be removed, to achieve this goal. Lincoln, Abraham. “Lecture on Discoveries, Inventions, and Improvements,
Springfield, Illinois, February 22, 1860” in Nicolay, John G., and Hay, John
(Ed.s), The Complete Works of Abraham Lincoln, v. 5. New York: Francis D.
Tandy Company, 1894.

In this speech Lincoln inferred the superiority of whites based on their discovery of gold in territory on which Indians and Mexicans lived for generations; he rhetorically asked “why did Yankees almost instantly discover gold in California, which had been trodden upon and overlooked by Indians and Mexican greasers for centuries?” (103). Lincoln also explained that phonetic writing was what separated whites from “savages,” and from that talent had derived the fruits of civilization- government, culture, etc., Lincoln and the North entered the war to preserve the Union rather than to free the slaves, but within a relatively short time emancipation became an accepted war aim. Why did the South want secession. if it was not about slavery? Neither Congress nor the president knew exactly what constitutional powers they had in this area; according to the Dred Scott decision, they had none. Lincoln had been reluctant to come to this position. A believer in white supremacy, he initially viewed the war only in terms of preserving the Union. As pressure for abolition mounted in Congress and the country, however, Lincoln became more sympathetic to the idea. Lincoln believed that the Constitution gave the Union whatever powers it needed to preserve itself, and that he, as commander-in-chief, had the authority to use those powers.

In the 1870 census John Cood Estimated birth year: abt 1809 Age in 1870: 61 Birthplace: Tennessee Home in 1870: Clay, Dunklin, Missouri Family and neighbors: Race: White Gender: Male - Post Office: Kennett

John (Cude) Cood Clay, Dunklin, MO abt 1809 Tennessee White Male

John (Cude) Cood Clay, Dunklin, MO abt 1849 Missouri White Male

JOHN M. CUDE - ANNIE K. GOODRICH 17 Mar 1875 Dunklin MO Matilda (Cude) Cood Clay, Dunklin, MO abt 1856 Missouri White Female

H. L. PRUETT - MATILDA A. CUDE 31 Dec 1879 Dunklin MO William (Cude) Cood Clay, Dunklin, MO abt 1858 Missouri White Male

These do not appear to be John Cude’s children. Sarah (Cude) Cood Salem, Dunklin, MO abt 1853 Tennessee White Female (1870 Census, she is staying with Jackson Tubberville age 40 and Mary Tubberville age 28, all from Tenn.)

Dunklin County, Missouri Marriages - EDMOND CUDE - MALINDA RATHER 14 May 1876 Dunklin MO --- EDWEN F. CUDE - MARANDA MARTIN 01 Jan 1878 Dunklin MO --- John Cude Home in 1880: Clay, Dunklin, Missouri Age: 77 Estimated birth year: abt 1803 Birthplace: Tennessee Relation to head-of-household: Self (Head) Spouse's name: Nancy E. Father's birthplace: South Carolina Mother's birthplace: South Carolina Occupation: Farmer Marital Status: Married Race: White Gender: Male

View image Household Members: (Sarah K Cude, does not appear to be John’s daughter.)

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Sarah K. Cude SAMUEL SAMPLES - S. K. CUDE 14 Oct 1888 Dunklin MO

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JAMES CUDE Land Office: BATESVILLE Document Number: 7664 Total Acres: 200 Signature: Yes Canceled Document: No Issue Date: September 01, 1857 Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566 Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820 Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries Land Description:

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JAMES CUDE Land Office: BATESVILLE Document Number: 8533 Total Acres: 40 Signature: Yes Canceled Document: No Issue Date: July 01, 1859 Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566 Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820 Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries Land Description:

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JAMES CUDE Land Office: BATESVILLE Document Number: 10591 Total Acres: 80 Signature: Yes Canceled Document: No Issue Date: July 01, 1859 Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566 Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820 Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries Land Description:

In 1874 James Cude’s property is being sold for back taxes. What happened to them?--There is no record of James in the 1880 census, but on April, 24, 1874 Randolph Co. Delinquent tax sale we have --estate -James Cude, Three parcels of land being sold for back taxes. The Plantations were on the Coastal Plain in Arkansas, which extends across the eastern and southern parts of the state in two sections. The easternmost section is composed of the fertile Mississippi Alluvial Plain. This is often called the Delta, and until it was cleared for agriculture it was an area of swamps, dense forest, and tangled undergrowth. Its flat expanse is broken only by a narrow strip of hills, called Crowley’s Ridge. Abundance of water is a distinctive feature of Arkansas. The entire state drains southeastward to the Mississippi River, which forms the eastern boundary of Arkansas. There the Mississippi flows and winds its way across a wide floodplain. John W Hufstedler lived between James Cude and John Horner Cude, the son of Horner Cude. Temperance Lomax and her husband Horner Cude's three sons, John Horner Cude., William H. and Horner Lomax., were volunteers and gallant soldiers in the Confederate Army. They participated in many battles - Chicamauga, Atlanta, Franklin, Nashville, etc. The first named died in KY., the second in GA., and the third was brutally murdered, not in battle, by Union soldiers, when he returned after the war. Andrew C. married three times and had a large family of children.
John (Horner) Cude Age in 1860: 42 Birth Year: abt 1818 Birthplace: Tennessee Home in 1860: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Gender: Male Post Office: Blacks Ferry Household Members:

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James ( R ) Cude Home in 1880: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Age: 28 Estimated birth year: abt 1852 Birthplace: Tennessee Relation to head-of-household: Self (Head) Spouse's name: Mary Father's birthplace: Tennessee Mother's birthplace: Tennessee Neighbors: Occupation: Farmer Marital Status: Married Race: White Gender: Male

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One of the many ghost towns in Arkansas is Jackson. The site of the town is about two miles north of Imboden on an old military road leading from Missouri to Smithville, to Polks Bayou (now Batesville), then to Little Rock. Within the boundary of the town, a never failing spring of exceptional water ran from the hillside. Here the pioneers paused to rest themselves and theirteams from the hard journey through the wilderness.

Here are some of the early land owners in the town of Old Jackson, and the year in which they owned it: 1866 -1.1. Bowers and Samuel Henderson; 1872- John M. Songer; 1876- Jesse R. Pratt; 1876- James W. Brady; 1881 -S.N. Pratt; 1885 -Charles Ward and Joseph N. Williams; 1889 -Nicholas Summers; 1891- E1bertJ. Cude; 1894-Elbert J S Cude was the son of James and Temperance Cude " Imboden is in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains. The beautiful Spring River, flowing near the north boundary of town, is swift, clear and cool. The fertile valleys and Lawrence County high hills make it a place beautiful to look upon." Randolph Co. was on the north side of Spring River. From 1819 until 1835, it was a part of Lawrence County, Arkansas Territory. In 1835, Randolph officially came into existence as a separate county in the Arkansas Territory. Arkansas was admitted to statehood in 1836.

On April 7,1887, a petition for incorporation was filed with Clay Sloan, the County Clerk of Lawrence County. The following signers of the document afford a good sampling of the founding of names of Imboden: M.F. Sloan, W.C. Henderson, F. Drake, Alexander Henderson, W.J. Hatcher, C.F. Cirus, S.D. Jones, Joe Hufstedder, A.G. Henderson, J.D. Craig, E. Sneshulk, G.W. Carles, J.M. Johnson, Ben M. Clayton, Thomas W. Kell, Will Childress, J.D. Kellenger, Thomas Stratton, Robert Blair, A. Bratcher, J.R. Sirus, J.C. Ketchum, George W. Hooper, Albert Pettyjohn, Eli Huffsteddler (Mary Cude and Eli Hufstedler’s son) and J.E. Dupwee. During the January 1889 term of Lawrence County court, the petitioners request was granted. The town of Imboden began its legal existence 1887. Horner Lomax Cude

15 Aug 1837 Born 1: Perry, TN, USA

04 Mar 1865 Died: Perry, TN, USA Wife: Elizabeth J Harrington: Born:1840 Hickman, TN, USA Horner Lomax Cude son of Horner Cude and Temperance Lomax of Perry Co. TN. Horner Lomax Cude married Elizabeth Jane Harrington in 1857 in Perry Co. TN. He died there in 1865 when murdered by the Federals after he returned home from serving in the Confederate army. Elizabeth remarried to Herbert Towels and was living in Doniphan Ripley Co. Missouri in 1880, with Nancy and Victoria.

CHILDREN

1 John W Cude Name:

Born 23 Aug 1857: Perry, TN, USA

Married:

Loula Mabel Baker

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2 Sarah Sallie Cude

Born 23 Aug 1857 : Perry, TN, USA

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3 Sarah Sallie Catherine Cude

Born 12 Oct 1859: Near Beardstown, Perry Co, TN

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4 Nancy A Cude Name:

Born 1862: Perry, TN, USA--Died: 27 Apr 1917

Married: Andrew W Dudley---

Nancy A. CUID Age: 18 Estimated birth year: <1862> Birthplace: Tennessee Relationship to head-of-household: Stepdaughter Home in 1880: Doniphan, Ripley, Missouri Race: White Gender: Female Father's birthplace: TN Mother's birthplace: TN

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5 Horner Victoria Cude

Born 1865: Perry, TN, USA-- Died: 27 Apr 1925

Married: George J Dudley

Victory CUID Age: 14 Estimated birth year: <1866> Birthplace: Tennessee Relationship to head-of-household: Stepdaughter Home in 1880: Doniphan, Ripley, Missouri Race: White Gender: Female Father's birthplace: TN Mother's birthplace: TN

Children of MARY CUDE and COL. HUFSTEDLER

Mary Ann CUDE b: 25 JAN 1840 in Hickman Co. Tenn--burial in Old Union Cemetery, Birdell, Arkansas--1860 Amador County, CA census, age 20, b: TN, wife of Eli --They were in Calif. In 1860--- -- Eli Thomas Black Hufstedler b: 13 NOV 1859 in Randolph Co., AR-Eli "Moog" Thomas Black HUFFSTEDLER Sex: M Birth: 13 MAY 1859 in CA (Eli to CA in Gold Rush.) Death: 31 MAY 1931 in Imboden, AR Burial: Hope Cem. Imboden, AR--Eli Huffstetler Age: 60 years Estimated birth year: abt 1860 Birthplace: California Race: White Home in 1920: Dent, Lawrence, Arkansas Sex: Male Marital status: Single Relation to Head of House: Nephew Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Mother's Birth Place: Tennessee Father's Birth Place: Tennessee Image: 1164

-Marriage 1 Elizabeth M. "Ellie" Benson -Eli T. Hufstedler Gender: Male Marriage Date: 1883 Spouse: Elle M. Benson County: Randolph Volume: 6 Page: 42 State: Arkansas

--Eli Hufstedler Age: 20 Estimated birth year: <1860> Birthplace: Arkansas Occupation: Works On Farm Relationship to head-of-household: Brother Home in 1880: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Marital status: NA Race: White Gender: Male Father's birthplace: TN Mother's birthplace: TN-(Jane Glover no husband listed)-HUFSTEDLER JANE GLOVER JOHN 1869C--Eli Hufstedler Home in 1900: Imboden, Lawrence, Arkansas Age: 40 Estimated birth year: 1860 Birthplace: California Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Nephew (Jarret Chilson?) Sarah Eliza (Ellen) HUFSTEDLER b: 14 NOV 1862 in Randolph County, AR Sarah Ellen Hufstedler Sex: F Birth: 14 NOV 1862 in Randolph Co., AR Death: 20 MAR 1928 in Randolph Co., Marriage 1 Albert Murphy "Bud" Dunn b: 27 JUN 1858 in Randolph Co., AR -Married: 29 FEB 1880 in Randolph Co., AR-Death: 29 MAR 1942 in Randolph Co., AR. Albert Dunn Age: 21 Estimated birth year: <1859> Birthplace: Arkansas Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Marital status: Married Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Ellen Dunn Father's birthplace: GA Mother's birthplace: GA Children--(1) Zula Dunn-Nov. 1881-Zula Dunn Gender: Female Marriage Date: 1908 Spouse: D. C. Bishop County: Randolph Volume: 15 Page: 403 State: Arkansas- David C Bishop Age in 1910: 36 Estimated birth year: abt 1874 Birthplace: Arkansas Home in 1910: Cache Twp, Lawrence, Arkansas (Listed as Teacher)

-David C Bishop Age: 46 years Estimated birth year: abt 1874 Birthplace: Arkansas Race: White Home in 1920: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Home owned: Own Sex: Male Marital status: Married Relation to Head of House: Head Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Mother's Birth Place: Kentucky Father's Birth Place: Kentucky Image: 99

--- David C Bishop Age: 56 Estimated birth year: abt 1874 Birthplace: Arkansas Relation to head-of-house: Head Spouse's Name: Zulilia A Bishop Race: White Home in 1930: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas

(2) Arthur C Dunn Home in 1900: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Age: 16 Estimated birth year: 1884 Birthplace: Arkansas Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Son (3) Janie B Dunn Home in 1900: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Age: 11 Estimated birth year: 1889 Birthplace: Arkansas Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Daughter-- Janie Dunn SSN: 432-70-7593 Last Residence: 72455 Pocahontas, Randolph, Arkansas, United States of America Born: 14 Jan 1889 Died: Jul 1973 State (Year) SSN issued: Arkansas (1956

(4) John E Dunn Home in 1900: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Age: 9 Estimated birth year: 1891 Birthplace: Arkansas Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Son ---John E Dunn City: Not Stated County: Randolph State: Arkansas Birthplace: Arkansas; United States of America Birth Date: 13 Mar 1891 Race: Caucasian Roll: 1530575 Draft Board: 0 --John Dunn Age: 30 years Estimated birth year: abt 1890 Birthplace: Arkansas Race: White Home in 1920: Demun, Randolph, Arkansas Home owned: Own Sex: Male Marital status: Single Relation to Head of House: Head Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Mother's Birth Place: Arkansas Father's Birth Place: Arkansas Image: 1096 (5) James E Dunn Home in 1900: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Age: 5 Estimated birth year: 1895 Birthplace: Arkansas Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Son

 

 

 

 

 

 

---(1860)-Father and family- John D Dunn Roanoke, Randolph, AR 23 1836 Georgia Male- Catharine Dunn Roanoke, Randolph, AR 26 1833 Tennessee Female - William Dunn (DUNN WILLIAM HUFSTEDLER SARAH E 1878 )Roanoke, Randolph, AR 3 1856 Arkansas Male - Albert Dunn (DUNN ALBERT HUFSTEDLER ELLEN daughter of Mary Cude)1880 Roanoke, Randolph, AR 1 1858 Arkansas Male- Acel L Jarrett Roanoke, Randolph, AR 24 1835 Tennessee Male - William C Jarrett Roanoke, Randolph, AR 22 1837 Tennessee Male -(1930)-Albert M Dunn Roanoke, Randolph, AR abt 1860 Arkansas Head - Jannie B Dunn Roanoke, Randolph, AR abt 1890 Daughter

-(1870)John D Dunn Roanoke, Randolph, AR abt 1834 Georgia White Male--Albert A Dunn Roanoke, Randolph, AR abt 1859 (Is this the same Albert?) Arkansas White Male -- G M Dunn Roanoke, Randolph, AR abt 1847 Georgia White Male John G Dunn Roanoke, Randolph, AR abt 1869 Arkansas White Male Lucinda J Dunn Roanoke, Randolph, AR abt 1850 Missouri White Female Martha Dunn Roanoke, Randolph, AR abt 1820 Georgia White Female Martha Dunn Roanoke, Randolph, AR abt 1856 Arkansas White Female Martha J Dunn Roanoke, Randolph, AR abt 1868 Missouri White Female Mary Dunn Roanoke, Randolph, AR abt 1841 Ohio White Female William L Dunn Roanoke, Randolph, AR abt 1858 Arkansas White Male -- Albert Murphy Dunn City: Not Stated County: Randolph State: Arkansas Birth Date: 17 Dec 1878 Race: White Roll: 1530575 DraftBoard: 0 Albert Dunn SSN: 432-70-2865 Last Residence: 72413 Biggers, Randolph, Arkansas, United States of America Born: 17 Dec 1878 Died: Mar 1966 State (Year) SSN issued: Arkansas (1956

--Albert M. Dunn Jr. SSN: 432-28-7811 Last Residence: 72455 Pocahontas, Randolph, Arkansas, United States of America Born: 13 Nov 1918 Died: 2 Dec 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: Arkansas (Before 1951 )

Marriage (2) William Carroll CAMPBELL Sex: M Birth: 8 SEP 1838 in Tennessee Death: 22 DEC 1926 Fact 1: Union Civil War Vet. Married: 8 AUG 1866-CAMPBELL WILLIAM C -HUFSTEDLER MARY 1866A--Name: William Campbell Age: 11 Estimated birth year: abt 1839 Birth place: Tennessee Gender: Male Home in 1850-District 2, Union, Illinois ---he is listed with a sister Ellen (1849 Illinois) and brother George (1842 Illinois) Father-J C Campbell-Age:39-Estimated birth year: abt 1811-Birth place: Louisiana-Home in 1850-District 2, Union, Illinois
William Campbell Age: 81 years Estimated birth year: abt 1839 Birthplace: Tennessee Race: White Home in 1920: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Home owned: Rent Sex: Male Marital status: Married Relation to Head of House: Head Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Mother's Birth Place: Tennessee Father's Birth Place: Tennessee Image: 97 --Mary A (age 79) John (age 49) and (cousin) Efert Cude (age 29) ---(Cousin) Homer A Cude (age 24) and wife Maude (age 14) are listed in same census above William and Mary Campbell

Children of MARY CUDE and WILLIAM CAMPBELL are:

ii. JAMES ALBERT CAMPBELL. Campbell, James Albert son of William C & Mary (Cude) 19 Aug 1867 – 30 Oct 1955 JAMES ALBERT CAMPBELL (WILLIAM CARROLL2, J. C.1) was born 19 Aug 1867 in , Randolph, AR, and died 30 Oct 1955 in , Randolph, AR. He married JULIA ALICE HUFSTEDLER 05 Feb 1888 in , Randolph, AR, daughter of JAMES HUFSTEDLER and MARGARET NATIONS. She was born 10 Mar 1866 in , Randolph, AR, and died 04 Jan 1936 in , Randolph, AR.

iii. JOHN CAMPBELL was born 27 Apr 1870 in , Randolph, AR, and died 21 Nov 1955 in , Randolph, AR. He married SUSAN TENNESSEE HUFSTEDLER 21 Apr 1892 in , Randolph, AR, daughter of DAVID HUFSTEDLER and DELPHA PYLAND. She was born 16 Oct 1879 in , Randolph, AR, and died in , Randolph, AR.

iv. FANNIE BELLE CAMPBELL. Cremeens, Fannie B (Campbell) dau of William C & Mary A (Cude) B: 13 Apr 1872 - D: July 1966 Spouse: William A. Cremeens-Marriage-1889- CREMEENS WILLIAM A -CAMPBELL FANNIE B 1889 -Marriage Index - Randolph County Arkansas USA-CREMEENS OMER -POWELL NINA 1912 --CREMEENS ARVIL -BLANSETT VIOLA 1920 --CREMEENS TRUMA- MOORE LUANNA 1925 --CREMEENS VIRGIL -BRANDON MILDRED 1936 --CREMEENS LESTER -WILLETT FLORENCE 1939 --CREMEENS BILLY -STOUT HATTIE 1949 --CREMEENS ACE -CREMEENS SHIRLEY 1950

v. THOMAS CAMPBELL. Marriage Index - Randolph County Arkansas USA--CAMPBELL THOMAS -ROBERTS JENNIE 1895

vi. CLARA CAMPBELL.

vii. ALFRED LEE CAMPBELL. b: 8 FEB 1880 in RANDOLPH CO AR OLD UNION CEMETERY Birdell, Arkansas ALFRED L. CAMPBELL (WILLIAM CARROLL2, J. C.1) was born Feb 1880 in , Randolph, AR. He married (1) ANNA HUFSTEDLER 13 Jul 1902 in , Randolph, AR, daughter of JOSEPH HUFSTEDLER and MARY LEMMONS. She was born Nov 1881 in , Randolph, AR, and died Bef. 1911 in , Randolph, AR.ANNA HUFSTEDLER Sex: F Birth: 1882 in BIRDELL RANDOLPH CO AR Death: 3 MAR 1911 in BIRDELL RANDOLPH CO AR Burial: OLD UNION CEM BIRDELL RANDOLPH CO AR--Children ---

ESTELLE CAMPBELL

IRENE CAMPBELL

OLEN CAMPBELL

He married (2) MALINDA EMMALINE "EMMA" SUTTON 1911 in , Randolph, AR, daughter of FRANCIS SUTTON and MARTHA BATES. She was born 10 Sep 1885 in Pocahontas, Randolph, AR, and died 16 Oct 1974 in Pocahontas, Randolph, AR--Marriage 2 MALINDA EMMALINE SUTTON b: 10 SEP 1885 in RANDOLPH COUNTY ARKANSAS --Married: 24 SEP 1911 in AT HER PARENTS HOME SUTTON COMMUNITY

Children

JUANITA HELENA CAMPBELL b: 15 SEP 1915 in RANDOLPH COUNTY AR

CLYDE CAMPBELL b: 22 AUG 1912

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(2) William Cude --- Age: 8 Estimated Birth Year: 1841 Birth Place: Missouri Gender: Male Home in 1850 Independence, Dunklin, Missouri Page: 16 Roll: M432_399Cude, William B died 24 Oct 1858 age 16 yrs Note: According to Mrs Lucille Foster Hufstedler, William B Cude was the first burial in Old Union Cemetery, Birdell, Arkansas (3) Sarah Cude --- Age: 4 Estimated Birth Year: 1845 Birth Place: Missouri Gender: Female Home in 1850 Independence, Dunklin, Missouri Page: 16 Roll: M432_399 SARAH CUDE -Marriage-02 Dec 1868 in , Randolph, AR, daughter of JAMES CUDE and TEMPERANCE WILBURN. She was born 04 Sep 1846 in , Dunklin, MO, and died 25 Feb 1874 in , Randolph, AR. CAMPBELL GEORGE W CUDE SARAH 1869B--Spouse: George W. Campbell- b: 1842 Illinois-Marriage date-02 Dec 1868 Randolph, AR. Notes for GEORGE W. CAMPBELL:

SOURCES: 1850 Union County, IL census, age 8, b: IL, son of J. C. and Martha--1860 Wright County, MO census, age 18, b: IL, son of J. C. and Martha--1880 Randolph County, AR census, age 38, b: AR, farmer, no wife and no children (Roanoak)--1900 Randolph County, AR census, age 58, b: IL, farmer next dor to Willis Hufstedler (Roanoke)--1920 Randolph County, AR census, age 77, b: IL, farmer (Roanoke)-Randolph County, AR marriages - Sarah Cude

-Children of GEORGE CAMPBELL and SARAH CUDE are: ANDREW BENTON CAMPBELL, b. 18 Feb 1871.--Notes for ANDREW BENTON CAMPBELL:-SOURCES: Not with George in 1880 Randolph County, AR -Marriage Index - Randolph County Arkansas CAMPBELL A B- DANIEL NORA 1910---SARAH AMANDA CLARISSA CAMPBELL, b. 18 Feb 1874.-Notes for SARAH AMANDA CLARISSA CAMPBELL:-SOURCES: Not with George in 1880 Randolph County, AR - another son? William B. b: November 1875" he may be a nephew“-- George W Campbell Age: 77 years Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Birthplace: Illinois Race: White Home in 1920: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Home owned: Own Sex: Male Marital status: Married Relation to Head of House: Head Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Mother's Birth Place: Illinois Father's Birth Place: United States of America Image: 97 -- With wife Tennie (Tennessee Cash) (age 62) and step son William b Cash (age 42)

(4) Elizabeth Cude --- Age: 1 Estimated Birth Year: 1848 Birth Place: Missouri Gender: Female Home in 1850 Independence, Dunklin, Missouri Page: 16 Roll: M432_399 Spouse: William R. Pratt 05 Nov 1874 Randolph,AR. ---William Pratt Age: 4 Estimated birth year: <1876> Birthplace: Arkansas Relationship to head-of-household: Son Home in 1880: Demun, Randolph, Arkansas Marital status: Single Race: White Gender: Male Father's name: James Ford Father's birthplace: MO Mother's name: Nancy Mother's birthplace: AR ( He is listed as an orphan, She may have died in child birth and the father put him in the care of James Ford and wife.)-William Pratt Age: 28 Estimated birth year: <1852> Birthplace: Missouri Occupation: Works On Farm Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: Roanoke, Randolph, Arkansas Marital status: Married Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Elizabeth (Cude) Pratt Father's birthplace: --- Mother's birthplace: ---Name: William Pratt Age in 1910: 59 Estimated birth year: abt 1851 Birthplace: Illinois Home in 1910: Demun Twp, Randolph, Arkansas -Race: White Gender: Male




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