FAMILY OF MARY ANN

FAMILY OF MARY ANN (POLLY) ESTES AND WILLIAM CARROLL CRABTREE

WILLIAM CARROLL CRABTREE, JUNIOR was born January 06, 1819 in Jackson County, Tennessee-a wheelwright & carriage maker in Dresden/Gradyville, and died December 19, 1889 in Navarro County, Texas.  He is buried at the White Church Cemetery in Navarro County, Texas. He married (1) MARY ANN (POLLY) ESTES September 16, 1841 in Navarro County, Texas or Newton County, Missouri, daughter of HIRAM ESTES and LUCY RICHARDSON. She was born November 18, 1828 in Boueff, Franklin County, Missouri-birth date per Crabtree Family Bible, and died November 26, 1861 in Navarro County, Texas-death date per Crabtree Family Bible. He married (2) EUGENIA P.V. WRAY February 26, 1863 in Navarro County, Texas. She was born September 20, 1837 in Tennessee- or Sept. 28 1827 date from family bible hard to read, and died December 24, 1863 in per Crabtree family bible. He married (3) PARALEE/PERLEE BOYD January 05, 1865 in Navarro County, Texas, daughter of FRANCIS BOYD and MARY MALONE. She was born March 01, 1839 in Tennessee, and died May 10, 1893 in Navarro County, Texas-per Crabtree family bible.

INFORMATION ON THIS LINE WAS OBTAINED FROM NAVARRO COUNTY- VOL. 2, PUBLISHED BY THE NAVARRO COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

CHILDREN OF MARY ANN (POLLY) ESTES AND WILLIAM CARROLL CRABTREE

 

 

FAMILY OF GEORGE HORD ESTES AND CYNTHIA LANGSTON

GEORGE HORD/HIRAM ESTES was born about 1831 in Franklin or Newton County, Missouri-middle name per tavern receipt in Estes papers at Baylor University and died July 03, 1880 in Bosque County, Texas per Floyd Smith - I cannot prove this. He married (1) CYNTHIA (SCINTHA) M. LANGSTON September 01, 1853 in Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas, daughter of WILLIAM LANGSTON and MARTHA WILKES. She was born about 1837 in Alabama, and died before 1874. He married (2) NARCISSUS EMILY (CINDERELLA) WILLIAMS January 22, 1874 in Limestone County, Texas, daughter of WILLIAM WILLIAMS and LUCINDA BEAN/SHAW. She was born May 20, 1852 in Hill County, Texas, and died March 21, 1926 in Ranger, Eastland County, Texas .  She is buried in the Pioneer Cemetery, Ranger, Eastland County, Texas.  During the Civil War, George served in Texas State Troops while in Erath County, Texas.

Notes for GEORGE HORD/HIRAM ESTES:

TAKEN FROM OLD NORTHWEST TEXAS, HISTORICAL-STATISTICAL-BIOGRAPHICAL, VOL. I-B NAVARRO COUNTY 1846-1860 COMPILED BY NANCY SAMUELS AND BARBARA KNOX, PUBLISHED BY THE FORT WORTH HISTORICAL SOCIETY

"In 1860, lived in Erath County in the same household as her parents, with their children. Did he marry wife 2 Cinderella E.?"

FROM NAVARRO COUNTY HISTORY, VOLUME SIX, WOMEN OF NAVARRO COUNTY BY THE NAVARRO COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 1991

MARTHA WILKES LANGSTON

"Before 1850 Martha and William (Langston) had moved to Cherokee County, Texas and the only children living at home were Asa and Cynthia. It is unknown how many years they lived in Cherokee County, but early in the 1850s, they were living in Navarro County. There Cynthia M. Langston was married to George Hiram Estes on 01 September 1853. The Estes family lived in the southwest area of Navarro County and attended the Baptist church where William was the pastor. William served as the pastor of two churches, Society Hill Baptist Church in Dresden and the Tehuacana Baptist Church in Freestone County. Both of these churches were members of the Baptist Trinity River Association. In September of 1856, Rev. William Langston and George Estes were delegates to a meeting of the Association held in Anderson, Milam County.

In 1860, Martha and William were living in Stephenville (Erath County), Texas. Living in the same house with them were Cynthia and George H. Estes and their children, Martha E., Hiram C. and Sarah L. Estes. Asa M. Langston and his wife, Martha and one year old daughter, Martha, lived a few families away. Asa Langston and George Estes both listed their occupation as stock farmers. It is also believed they both enlisted in the Civil War while living in Erath County, Texas."

BY VIDA BROOKS HUGHES

FROM A LETTER IN THE POSSESSION OF ANITA ADLER (LETTER TO DAN WILLIAMS FROM ERNEST FRANCIS  A STATEMENT REGARDING HIS LINEAGE)

My great grandfather Bill Williams came to what is now Hill County in 1851. My grandfather George Estes moved from Missouri to near Mt. Calm in the early day and married Narcissus Williams (Aunt Ciss) about 1869. My mother was Seytha (sic) Estes. She and my father William F. Francis were married in Eastland County, Texas, in 1892. My mother was a cousin to Green, Sanders and Lish Estes. Le Williams was my mother's uncle.

My grandmother, Narcissus Williams Estes. Grandfather George Estes died in 1880 and my grandmother married Ed Packwood about 1882 in Ranger, Texas. The Packwood family reunion will be held the 1st Sunday in August at Hale Center, Texas.

Something I forget. My mother was born 1875 at a two story house where your (Dan Williams) mother, Mrs. Tant Williams lives where she was a girl before she married. Four of her older cousins Green, Sanders, Lish and Aaron (Tobe's boy). Three of them were brothers, and one cousin, don't know which were brothers, but am sure 3 brothers were sons of Aaron who was killed in the Civil War. These 4 left Hill County, went to Big Bend Country. After the family moved to Eastland County, 2 of the cousins visited them. My mother was sure that Billy Sol Estes was a descendant of 1 of them. I met a man named Estes at Fort Sumner, New Mexico, a grandson. But he didn't know his grandfather's name.

When the Cherokee Strip was opened in Oklahoma, Ty, a son of 1 of the men that went to the Big Bend Country homesteaded land near where the town of Fort Supply is now. He visited us in Mangum, Oklahoma in 1910, don't remember his first name.

Guess you noticed Nathan Middleton and Nancy Williams married in 1850. Two of their sons or grandsons homesteaded near Duke, Oklahoma, 15 miles west of Altus about 1895. A granddaughter in Altus. Don't know where her grandfather came from. Uncle Lee Williams at 14 was the youngest Williams in the Civil War.

            CHILDREN OF GEORGE HORD ESTES AND CYNTHIA LANGSTON

 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE HORD ESTES AND NARCISSUS EMILY (CINDERILLA) WILLIAMS

 

 

       

 

L.L. Kight 2002