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William Henry DUTY married Marietta SAXON
Posted by: Sheryl Williams (ID *****7003) Date: December 29, 2009 at 09:32:39
In Reply to: Children of Joseph Duty and Louisa TURNER by Sheryl Williams of 872

William Henry DUTY, son of Joseph Duty and Louisa Turner, married Marietta SAXON Feb 1893.


Joseph DUTY, son of Soloman DUTY and Susannah WHITMORE, was born 6 Mar 1801 in Tennessee, and died 11 Sep 1855 in Webberville, Travis, Texas. He was buried in Manor Cemetery, Webberville, Texas. He married Louisa TURNER 1828 in Columbus,Texas, daughter of Winslow TURNER and Elizabeth WILLIAMS. She was born 8 Feb 1812 or bef 1811 in Lincoln, Missouri or Upper Civre, St. Charles Disrict, Missouri., and died 31 May 1896 in Webberville, Travis Co, Texas. She was buried in Webberville Prairie Cemetery, Travis Co, Texas.

William Henry DUTY was born 17 Apr 1850 in Bastrop City, Bastrop, Texas, and died 2 May 1915 in Killeen, Bell, Texas. He married Marietta SAXON 9 Feb 1893, in TX, daughter of Samuel Sanford (Rev.) SAXON and Maranza Anna ADAMS. She was born 22 MAR 1868 in Garland, Butler Co., AL, and died 7 AUG 1933 in Killeen, Bell Co., TX.

Children of William Henry DUTY and Marietta SAXON are:

+ 2 i. Hildred Milton DUTY was born 8 OCT 1893 in Webberville, Travis Co., TX, and died AFT 1920 in Bell Co., TX.
3 ii. Henry Grady DUTY was born NOV 1895.
4 iii. Bonnybell DUTY was born MAY 1897.
5 iv. Annie L. DUTY was born ABT 1901.
6 v. Jesse Milam DUTY was born ABT 1903.
7 vi. Beulah E. DUTY was born ABT 1908.


My research focus is through the WILLIAMS-TURNER family line, Louisa Turner being a half-sister to my direct ancestor, Malkijah Williams. I have been posting info. for many years on the Williams; Turner; Duty family forums, as well as many other allied lines. These families share a rich, early Texas pioneering history and I have included links and documents where possible. I do not claim to have proven these connections, but perhaps these posts will assist others with 'hints' toward a more thorough investigation of their own direct lines. The Turner family roots date back to the Mayflower with many decsendants already having proven this line.

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