Wilson D. Reid & Sidney Ann Huddleston

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Family Group Record                0154
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Husband's Name   Wilson D. Reid
 Born:        Abt 1829   Place: Tennessee
 Died:        Feb 1861   Place: Pike County, Arkansas
 Married:     Abt 1854   Place: Pike County, Arkansas
 Father:         
 Mother:         
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Wife's Name      Sidney Ann Huddleston
 Born:    26 Jun 1836    Place: Arkansas
 Died:    17 Aug 1910    Place: Pike County, Arkansas
 Married: 23 May 1869    Place: Pike County, Arkansas
 Spouse:         Henry William Carter
 Father:         William Huddleston
 Mother:         .......
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Children
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 1. Sex Name
     F  M.A. Reid
        Born:       Abt 1855    Place: Pike County, Arkansas
        Died:                   Place: 
        Married:                Place: 
        Spouse:  
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 2. Sex Name
     F  M.J. Reid
        Born:       Abt 1857    Place: Pike County, Arkansas
        Died:                   Place: 
        Married:                Place: 
        Spouse:  
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 3. Sex Name
     M  Giles Levi Reid
        Born:    22 Nov 1858    Place: Pike County, Arkansas
        Died:    05 Sep 1943    Place: Wheeler, Texas
        Married: 24 Dec 1884    Place: Pike County, Arkansas
        Spouse:  Mary Ellen Yeargan
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 4. Sex Name
     M  Jane Reid
        Born:       Abt 1860    Place: Pike County, Arkansas
        Died:                   Place: 
        Married:                Place: 
        Spouse:  
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 5. Sex Name
     F  Catherine Reid
        Born:       Abt 1862    Place: Pike County, Arkansas
        Died:                   Place: 
        Married:                Place: 
        Spouse:  
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Sources of Information: Census Records: Pike County, Arkansas 1850, 1860,
1870; Land Entry Records, Pike County, Arkansas, Bureau of Land Management;
Abstract of Title Book Prior to 1890, page 302; Biographical and Historical
Memoirs of Southern Arkansas, 1890, Pike County, page 319; Henry W. Carter
Bible, Bessie Floyd, Little Rock, Arkansas; Family Tree Maker Home Page,
The Needle in the Haystack, Phyllis Thompson, Odessa, Texas  Copyright
1996-2000, Genealogy.com, LLC; Arkansas Pensioners 1818-1900, Dorothy E.
Payne, page 68.
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Schedule 1. Free inhabitants in Brewer Township in the County of Pike,
State of Arkansas enumerated by me, on the 6th day of November, 1850.
William H. Preston, Ass't Marshal.

  92-92    Lewis Huddleston        45  m     Farmer         North Carolina
           Mariah                  27  f                    Arkansas      
           Benton                   7  m                    Arkansas      
           William C.               7  m                    Arkansas      
           L.F.                     2  m                    Arkansas      
           David M.              2 mo  m                    Arkansas      
           William Huddleston      54  m                    North Carolina
           William W.              17  m     Farmer         Arkansas      
           Ann                     15  f                    Arkansas      
           Cynthia Holliday        20  f                    Arkansas
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U.S. Federal Census, Pike County, Arkansas 1850, National Archives
Microfilm Publication: M-432, Roll 23.
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                        Estate of Mariah Huddleston
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Abstract made by an unknown abstractor about 1890 from original records of
Pike County, Arkansas and recorded in Abstract of Title Book Prior to 1890
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Probate Book 1 page 162. January Term 1858. David Huddleston administrator
of the Estate of Mariah Huddleston deceased in the matter of the sale of
Real Estate this day exhibited and filed his petition and affidavit in this
Court alleging that the said Mariah Huddleston deceased was seized and
possessed in her own right at the time of her death of a certain real
estate or tracts of land in Pike County, Arkansas and designated as the
Southeast 1/4, Southeast 1/4 and the Southwest 1/4, Northeast 1/4 and the
Northwest 1/4, Southeast 1/4, Section 20, Township 8, Range 26, 120 acres;
and that the said real estate cannot under present circumstances be
available to the estate; and that said estate in the opinion of your
petitioner will be benefitted by a sale thereof because the price of public
lands are so low &c., etc., as to prevent the renting of lands upon
advantageous terms and that the money for which the land can be sold put at
10 per cent interest &c., Etc. Affidavit of Wm. Gilmer a citizen of Pike
County, Arkansas a disinterested person, verifying the same facts set for
in the petition and affidavit of said Administrator presented. The Court
that the said David Huddleston administrator aforesaid proceed to sell and
sell at the Court House door &c., etc., on the 22nd of February 1858
between the hours &c., all right, title, claim, interest and estate that
the said Mariah Huddleston deceased at the time of her death had, in and to
the said real estate, viz: Southeast 1/4, Southeast 1/4, Southwest 1/4,
Northeast 1/4, Northwest 1/4, Southeast 1/4, Section 20, Township 8, Range
26, Pike County, Arkansas first giving 20 days public notice of the time
&c., and that he sell the same on a credit of twelve months taking bond
&c., at 10 percent interest from maturity until paid, and that he report
his proceedings herein at the next term of this Court. Probate Book 1 page
175. April Term 1858. Came now said Administrator by his attorney and
represents to the Court that in obedience to an order and decree of this
Court he did sell the real estate belonging to said estate to Wilson D.
Reed for $310; that he has in all things complied with said decree; report
supported by affidavit of Administrator, and the same is ordered filed.
Probate Book 1 page 221. October Term 1858. Makes final report &c., and the
same is in all things confirmed, and the Administrator is discharged.
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Abstract of Title Book Prior to 1890, page 302.
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                 Records of the Bureau of Land Management
                  Pike County Arkansas Patents 1827-1907

 Purchaser Name           Sec No   Twp     Rng      Acres      Patent Date

 Reed, Wilson D.            29      8s     26w      40.00      1860 Apr 02  
 Reed, Wilson D.            29      8s     26w     120.00      1860 Jul 02  
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Bureau of Land Management, Land Entry Records, Arkansas, Pike County.
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                     Pike County, Arkansas Census 1860
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Schedule 1. Free inhabitants in Thompson Township in the County of Pike,
State of Arkansas enumerated by me, on the 18th day of June, 1860. W.J.
White, Ass't Marshal. Post Office: Murfreesboro

   2-2     William Rhodes          22  m     Farmer         Alabama
           M.E. Rhodes             19  f                    Tennessee
           Wm. Huddleston          70  m                    North Carolina
           M.J. Rhodes             12  f                    Arkansas
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Schedule 1. Free inhabitants in Brewer Township in the County of Pike,
State of Arkansas enumerated by me, on the 3rd day of July, 1860. W.J.
White, Ass't Marshal. Post Office: Wilton

 145-145   W.D. Reed               31  m     Farmer         Tennessee
           S.A. Reed               24  f                    Arkansas
           M.A. Reed                4  f                    Arkansas
           M.J. Reed                2  f                    Arkansas
           G.L. Reed                1  m                    Arkansas
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U.S. Federal Census, Pike County, Arkansas 1860, National Archives,
Microfilm Publication: T-7, Roll 10.
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                     Pike County, Arkansas Census 1870
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           Page 216, Missouri Township, Post Office: Brock Town

 D-51   William Huddleston         78  m w   Farmer         North Carolina
        Mary Huddleston            52  f w                  Tennessee
        Jonah B. Corbell           18  m w                  Arkansas
        Louisiana Corbell          14  f w                  Arkansas
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            Page 226, Muddy Fork Township, Post Office: Wilton

 D-10   Henry W. Carter            44  m w   Farmer         North Carolina
        Sidney A. Carter           34  f w                  Arkansas
        Emily C. Carter            16  f w                  Arkansas
        Mary C. Carter             14  f w                  Arkansas
        Wesley H. Carter           10  m w                  Arkansas
        Fairwick F. Carter          8  m w                  Arkansas
        Albert E. Carter            6  m w                  Arkansas
        Jacob M. Carter             4  m w                  Arkansas
        Robert L. Carter            2  m w                  Arkansas
      * Calvin C. Carter         4 mo  m w                  Arkansas
      * Alice H. Carter          4 mo  f w                  Arkansas
        Giles L. Reed              11  m w   Farm Laborer   Arkansas
        Jane Reed                  10  f w                  Arkansas
        Catharine Reed              7  f w                  Arkansas

  * Born January census year, 1870; Census year beginning 01 Jun 1869
    ending 31 May 1870.
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1870 United States Census, Pike County, Arkansas, Dorothy Kennedy Partain,
1986, page 35, 57.
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      William Huddleston, BLWT Applications, Widow's Pension Abstract
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Huddleston, William, War of 1812 pension application S.O. 15762, W.O.
32071, W.C. 23429. B.L.W. 38909-80-50 and 28797-80-55. Service as musician
in Captain Crane's Company of 2nd Tennessee Volunteers from 28 September
1814 to 28 March 1815. He volunteered at Springfield, Robertson County,
Tennessee. In 1851, he was living in Pike County, Arkansas. In his bounty
land application dated 16 June 1855, he states that he was 58 and a
resident of Red River County, Arkansas. He married 25 November 1866, Mary
Corbell, in Pike County. She applied for pension 17 September 1878, stating
that her husband died in Pike County, 10 July 1871 and that his "first"
wife ....... Lee had died in Memphis, Tennessee, date not known.

  * Mrs. Lee a "previous" wife of William Huddleston had a daughter
    Mary E. Lee who married William Rhodes about 1859 in Pike County,
    Arkansas.
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Arkansas Pensioners 1818-1900, Dorothy E. Payne, page 68.
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                              Henry W. Carter
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Hon. Henry W. Carter, farmer, Nathan, Ark. Henry W. Carter, one of the
county's best and most enterprising citizens was born in Franklin County,
N.C., January 12, 1826, and there attained his growth and received his
education. At the age of twenty-one years he started out for himself as a
farmer, and by industry and good management became the owner of 800 acres
of land, 225 acres under cultivation. He came with his parents to this
State in 1845, and has become one of the best known and most highly
respected residents of Pike County. He has been twice married; first, in
May 1850, to Martha (Scott nee) Hoover, who was born in Tennessee, and who
was the daughter of Jacob Hoover. This marriage resulted in the birth of
nine children, three of whom are deceased and one died unnamed: Thomas H.
(married in 1868 to Miss Mary White of this county), Albert E. (married
Miss Fanny Bryant), Jacob M. (is at present studying law in Texarkana, will
complete his law course in July, 1890, and is a young man of bright
intellect and unusual ability), Robert L. (is at home with his father),
Wesley H. (deceased), Fairwick F. (was married to Miss Rosa Kelley in 1882
and resides in this county), Emily C. (was married in 1870 to Henry Brewer
a farmer of this county), and Mary C. (was married to O.J. Brewer in 1872,
and both are now deceased). In 1862 Mr. Carter enlisted in the Confederate
army as a private, and was soon promoted to first Lieutenant of Company A,
Fourth Arkansas Regiment. Later he was made captain of his company, and
served in that capacity until the close of the war. He was in the battles
of Pine Bluff, Pea Ridge, Pilot Knob, Lexington, Kansas City, Poison
Springs and Saline River. He was also in numerous skirmishes. In 1874 Mr.
Carter represented this county in the Constitutional Convention which
framed the present constitution, and in 1879 he represented this county in
the Lower House of the General Assembly. He is a Democrat and is very
active, politically. He is a member of the Masonic fraternity, which he
joined in 1850, and he is now a member of Pike Lodge No. 91. His first
wife died in 1868, and his second marriage occurred in 1869 to Mrs. Sidney
A. (Huddleston) Reid, who has borne him four children, two pairs of twins:
Calvin E. (died at the age of six years), Alice, John (died at the age of
five years) and Frances (still living at home). Alice was married in
January 1890, to Mr. William A. Daugherty, a farmer, residing in this
county, and Frances is living with her parents. Mr. Carter is a liberal
supporter of all public enterprises, and has held different local positions
with credit. As a man he is progressive in all things, and wields no small
influence in the community where he makes his home. He and family are
members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Mr. Carter has in his
house one of the first make of Seth Thomas' clocks, which has been in the
family one hundred years, and has been handed down from generation to
generation. It kept good time for sixty years. Mr. Carter was the only
child born to the union of William and Mary (Williams) Carter, the father a
native of Georgia and the mother of North Carolina. They were married in
the last State, and there remained until about 1843, when they moved to
Mississippi, and thence two years later, or in 1845, to Pike County, Ark.,
where they passed the remainder of their days.
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Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas, 1890, Pike
County, page 319.
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                       Henry W. Carter Bible Record
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                                Marriages.

Henry W. Carter and Martha Scott were married May 28, 1850
Henry W. Carter and Sidney Ann Reede were married May 23, 1869

W.A. Daugherty and Alice Carter were married January 5, 1890
B.H. Hale and Frances Carter were married January 19, 1889
G.C. Floyd and Bessie Hale were married November 23, 1910

R.V. Hale and Ruth Ellen Barker were married December 24, 1929
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                                 Births.

Thomas H. Carter was born August 1, 1851
Emily C. Carter was born July 7, 1853
Mary C. Carter was born June 15, 1856
Wesley H. Carter was born October 10, 1858
Farwick F. Carter was born November 5, 1860
Albert E. Carter was born July 10, 1862/3
Jacob M. Carter was born October 5, 1864
Robert L. Carter was born June 18, 1867

Allis H. Carter was born January 5, 1870
Calvin died

Henry W. Carter was born January 12, 1826
Martha Carter was born July 7, 1825

John Carter was born August 11, 1872
Frances Carter was born August 11, 1872

Sidney Ann Huddleston was born June 26, 1836
Fieldon Huddleston was born March 10, 1830
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                                 Deaths

Martha Carter died August 5, 1868
Wesley H. Carter died September 5, 1870
Calvin Elmer died August 11, 1875
John died August 8, 1877

H.W. Carter died June 21, 1906
Tho. H. Carter died January 9, 1922 at Ralls, Tx.
Fieldon Huddleston died January 28, 1908
Zenobia Kent died February 16, 1916

William Clinton Hale died September 4, 1897

B.H. Hale died March 19, 1911
Mittie Hale died October 23, 1911, 15 years
Frances Hale died October 20, 1923
Ruth Barker Hale died April 30, 1934
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                                Memoranda

Mary Emily Brewer was born February 27, 1874
Martha Elizabeth Brewer was born October 9, 1875
Custer Brewer was born April 30, 1878
Zenobia Brewer was born September 3, 1879

Bessie Hale was born June 27, 1890
William Clinton Hale was born September 16, 1896
Mittie Hale was born September 16, 1896
Rufus Vernon Hale, February 3, 1903

Ben Huston Hale, February 26, 1870
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Henry W. Carter Bible, Bessie Floyd, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1976.
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                       Descendants of Wilson D. Reid

                             Generation No. 1

1. WILSON D.-1 REID was born 1829 in Tennessee, and died February 1861 in
   Arkansas. He married SIDNEY ANN HUDDLESTON in Pike Co., Arkansas. She
   was born June 26, 1836 in Arkansas, and died August 17, 1910 in Pike
   Co., Arkansas.

                 Child of WILSON REID and SIDNEY HUDDLESTON:

2.      i.   GILES LEVI-2 REID, b. November 22, 1858, Howard Co.
             Arkansas; d. September 05, 1943, Wheeler Texas.
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                       Descendants of Wilson D. Reid

                             Generation No. 2

2. GILES LEVI-2 REID (WILSON D.-1) was born November 22, 1858 in Pike Co.
   Arkansas, and died September 05, 1943 in Wheeler Texas. He married MARY
   ELLEN YEARGAN December 24, 1884 in Pike Co. Arkansas, daughter of THOMAS
   YEARGAN and MELVINEY DAUGHERTY. She was born April 13, 1868 in Hope
   Arkansas, and died July 12, 1951 in Galveston Texas.

                 Children of GILES REID and MARY YEARGAN:

        i.   THOMAS WILSON-3 REID, b. November 22, 1885, Corinth
             Arkansas; d. January 04, 1962, Pampa Texas; m.
             ELIZABETH BROWN COHRON, July 29, 1906, Stephenville
             Texas; b. September 08, 1889, Stephenville Texas; d.
             April 23, 1971, Amarillo Texas.
       ii.   MARTHA ALICE REID, b. June 17, 1887.
      iii.   JAMES MONROE REID, b. January 1889.
       iv.   ROSA PEARL REID, b. August 1889.
        v.   BEULAH MAY REID, b. April 1891.
       vi.   JOHN HENRY REID, b. December 1894.
      vii.   WALTER LEVI REID, b. December 1896.
     viii.   OZIE JANE REID, b. 1901.
       ix.   ODIS DAY REID, b. 1904.
        x.   GILES LEONARD REID, b. 1905.
       xi.   FLOYD GREENWOOD REID, b. 1908.
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