Person:Ambrose Ellett (1)

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Ambrose K. Ellett
b.abt 1809 Virginia
 
  • HAmbrose K. Ellettabt 1809 -
  • WAnne Innes1811 - 1856
m. 24 Dec 1833
  1. William Ellettabt 1834 -
  2. Rosa Ellett1840 - 1901
  3. Antoinette Ellettabt 1842 -
  4. Elizabeth Anne Ellettabt 1845 -
  5. James Ellettabt 1847 -
  6. Mary Ellett1850 -
m. 18 Jun 1857
  1. Ambrose Ellettabt 1858 -
Facts and Events
Name Ambrose K. Ellett
Gender Male
Birth[1] abt 1809 Virginia
Marriage 24 Dec 1833 Tennessee(his 1st wife)
to Anne Innes
Marriage 18 Jun 1857 Texas?(his 2nd wife, her 2nd husband)
to Louise Elizabeth Latimer

Red River County, Texas, 1850 census:S1

Ellette, A. K. 41 yrs M.D. (real estate = $500) b. New Jersey
      Ame 38 yrs b. New Jersey
      William 16 yrs b. Tennessee
      Rosah 10 yrs b. Tennessee
      Conteanette 8 yrs b. Arkansas
      Betsy Anne 5 yrs b. Tennessee
      James 3 yrs b. Tennessee
      Mary 72 yrs b. [blank]
Ozlum, George 22 yrs Mail rider b. Tennessee

Red River County, Texas, 1860 census:S3

Ellett, A. K. 51 yrs Farmer (real estate = $7,000; personal estate = $24,000) b. Virginia
      Elizabeth 38 yrs b. Tennessee
      Rosa 21 yrs b. Texas
      Antonette 17 yrs b. Arkansas
      Bettie 14 yrs b. Texas
      James 12 yrs b. Texas
      Mary 10 yrs b. Texas
      Ambrose 2 yrs b. Texas
Porter, Thomas S. 21 yrs Student (real estate = $---; personal estate = $100) b. Alabama
References
  1. Red River, Texas, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 221B, house/family 368/368.
  2.   White, Gifford. First Settlers of Red River County, Texas. (St. Louis, Missouri: Frances Terry Ingmire, 1981), p. 51, 27 May 1839.

    Received 3rd Class Certificate #24 for 640 acres.

  3.   Red River, Texas, United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. ___, house/family 188/188.
  4.   Clarksville, Red River, Texas, United States. Northern Standard (Clarksville, Texas), 28 Aug 1848.

    Announces his medical services in Clarksville, with sixteen years of practice in the South, and "flatters himself he will receive the confidence of an intelligent public."