ADELINE WILLINGHAM

5. Adeline WILLINGHAM2(Archibald1) was born 25 Dec 1821 in Jasper County, Georgia, USA. She died 16 Apr 1854 in Washington County, Texas, USA and is buried in the Harbour Cemetery, Washington County, Texas, USA. She married first on 26 Mar 1842[1] in Washington County, Texas, USA to William BROWN and she married second 07 Aug 1851[2] in Washington County, Texas, USA to John NEWMAN who was born 03 Apr 1826 in Washington County, Texas, USA.

GENERATION THREE
  

Children of Adeline Willingham and William Brown were:
i.   William BROWN, Jr.3(Adeline2Archibald1) married Bettie Sue JACKSON who was born in Washington County, Texas, USA.
 ii.   Melissa BROWN3(Adeline2Archibald1).

After the death of their mother, William and Melissa went to live with their widowed grandmother, Eleanor Willingham.
Source:
fam# 494---Willingham, E. p. 333, Belton P.O., 1860 Bell Co., TX census
Eleanor Willingham 65 GA 
[widow of Archibald who died before this census]
Wilson 29 GA, son
S.A.J. (Sterling Andrew Jackson) 26 GA, son 
William Brown 16 TX Boarder b. 1844 
M. Jane Brown 13 TX b. 1847 
                                 

Children of Adeline and John Newman were:

iii.   Lonzo Lorenzo NEWMAN3(Adeline2Archibald1) was born 16 Jun 1852 in Bell County, Texas, USA. He married 11 Aug 1874 in Comal County, Texas, USA to Amanda Susanna SMITH who was born 11 Aug 1858 and died childbirth. She is buried with the baby
iv.   Caroline Sonora NEWMAN3(Adeline2Archibald1) was born 23 Mar 1854 in Washington County, Texas, USA and died 23 May 1855 in Washington County, Texas, USA.

Sources:
1.   The Washington County website and Texas marriage records, book 1, page 6 shows the date Adeline married John William Brown as 23 Mar 1842.  This is probably the date of the issuance of license. The ceremony was most likely performed the 26th as stated in the A.J. Willingham bible.
2.   The Washington County website and Texas marriage records, book 1, page 19 shows the date Adeline married John William Brown as 4 Aug 1851.  This is probably the date of the issuance of license. The ceremony was most likely performed the 07th as stated in the A.J. Willingham bible.



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