If Nicholas Pinkney is William's son, this is who my husband is from. His son Benjamin David Deaver is my husband's grandfather. John was not killed by the jersery bull. It was his son. This much I have verfied. My inquiry about this Margaret that is listed as Nicholas and his sisters' mother did not marry William until 1860 which was after all three children were born. Also, in the 1860 census Nicholas and his sisters are listed twice, once in Grayson County and then in Ladonia. I have begun to assume that maybe I am finding paternal and materal grandparents. Nicholas moved to Limestone county in 1874 and I have his marriage certificate to Susan Loraine Pelton and the first two children are listed in the 1880 census. But Ben David was supposed to have been born in Texas in 1881. We know that Ben David was in Oklahoma(Indian Territory) by the early 1900's where my husband's father was born in 1904. We are missing the place of Ben's birth and actually and factually Nicholas's dad and mother. If Margaret did marry the correct William, then she may be William's second wife. There is also an Angelina King that married a William in Grayson County but she was not old enough to be Nicholas and his sisters mother.
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