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Delilah Smith
d.ABT 1867 , , Texas
m. ABT 1790
  1. General James Smith1792 - 1854
  2. Frances Smith1796 - 1875
  3. Delilah SmithABT 1798 - ABT 1867
  4. Henry SmithABT 1804 -
m. 15 Dec 1814
  1. Rose Hamilton
  2. Sarah Emeline HamiltonABT 1819 - ABT 1857
  3. John or Jack D. HamiltonABT 1822 -
  4. Frances E. HamiltonABT 1826 -
  5. James S. HamiltonABT 1828 -
  6. Young Harrington Hamilton1828 - 1880
  7. Mary HamiltonABT 1832 -
  8. Pamelia HamiltonABT 1832 - ABT 1857
  9. Martha Ann HamiltonABT 1844 -
  10. Andrew Jackson HamiltonABT 1845 -
Facts and Events
Name Delilah Smith
Gender Female
Birth? ABT 1798 , Spartanburg Dist, South Carolina
Marriage 15 Dec 1814 Spartanburg, Spartanburg, South Carolinato Andrew Hamilton
Death[1] ABT 1867 , , Texas

1860 Rusk County, Texas Federal Census PAGE NO: 201B:

5 125 131 HAMILTON Delila 59 F W 9,000 11,300 SC maiden name Smith

6   125  131 HAMILTON       Martha S.      15    F    W    .              .         . TX               .
7   125  131 HAMILTON       Andrew         14    M    W    .              .         .TX               .

Veterans in Texas by Mary Smith Fae


1) Hamilton, Andrew, deceased. Probate filed Feb 18 1859 # 576

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2) Hamilton, Delilah, deceased. Filed Sep 10 1867. #926

Transcription of Delilah Hamilton's Original Will which is located in Rusk County Court House, County Clerk's Office, Probate Packet #926 : Will and Testament In the name of God amen. I Delilah Hamilton of the County of Rusk & State of Texas, being of sound mind & memory and considering the uncertainty of this frail and transitory life do therefore make, ordain and decree this to be my last Will and Testament - That is to say, first for the love and affection which I bear to my son Andrew J Hamilton and for the further reason that my other children have received from my husband in his lifetime material aid and assistance equal to at least what I now do for him ( ?) I do will and decree that when it shall please my Creator to desolve this fore me and call me from earth, that he the said Andrew J Hamilton shall have and hold ,own and possess in fee simple all the right and title which I now have as and undivided interest in the tract on parcel of land on which I now live with all and singular the rights & appertainancy pertaining thereto Said land being known as the Hamilton farm and lying about five miles N. W. from the Town of Henderson, and my interest being one half in community with the heirs of my husband - I further give bequeath and devise all the rest, residence and remainder of my real and personal estate - First to the payment of my debts & the balance to be equally divided between my several lawful heirs Likewise, I make, constitute and appoint Jas S Hamilton and John D. Hamilton to be executors of this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking all former wills be me made. In testimony whereof I here-unto subscribe my name & fix my seal using scroll for seal on this 27th day of July 1866 Her Delilah X Hamilton Mark A. S. Hayter §§ Test O. P. Coates § "Exhibit A" LeRoy HamiltonLongview, Texas

References
  1. Court records: Probate.

    Hamilton, Delilah, deceased. Filed Sep 10 1867. #926
    Transcription of Delilah Hamilton's Original Will which is located in Rusk County Court House, County Clerk's Office, Probate Packet #926 :
    Will and Testament
    In the name of God amen. I Delilah Hamilton of the County of Rusk & State of Texas, being of sound mind & memory and considering the uncertainty of this frail and transitory life do therefore make, ordain and decree this to be my last Will and Testament - That is to say, first for the love and affection which I bear to my son Andrew J Hamilton and for the further reason that my other children have received from my husband in his lifetime material aid and assistance equal to at least what I now do for him ( ?) I do will and decree that when it shall please my Creator to desolve this fore me and call me from earth, that he the said Andrew J Hamilton shall have and hold ,own and possess in fee simple all the right and title which I now have as and undivided interest in the tract on parcel of land on which I now live with all and singular the rights & appertainancy pertaining thereto Said land being known as the Hamilton farm and lying about five miles N. W. from the Town of Henderson, and my interest being one half in community with the heirs of my husband - I further give bequeath and devise all the rest, residence and remainder of my real and personal estate - First to the payment of my debts & the balance to be equally divided between my several lawful heirs Likewise, I make, constitute and appoint Jas S Hamilton and John D. Hamilton to be executors of this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking all former wills be me made.
    In testimony whereof I here-unto subscribe my name & fix my seal using scroll for seal on this 27th day of July 1866 Her Delilah X Hamilton Mark
    A. S. Hayter §§ Test O. P. Coates §
    "Exhibit A"
    LeRoy HamiltonLongview, Texas

    Hamilton, Delilah, deceased. Filed Sep 10 1867. #926
    Transcription of Delilah Hamilton's Original Will which is located in Rusk County Court House, County Clerk's Office, Probate Packet #926 - 2 pages-- see both citations for both images.

  2.   Census: 1860 Federal Census USA.

    1860 Rusk County, Texas Federal Census PAGE NO: 201B:

    5 125 131 HAMILTON Delila 59 F W 9,000 11,300 SC maiden name Smith
    6 125 131 HAMILTON Martha S. 15 F W . . . TX .
    7 125 131 HAMILTON Andrew 14 M W . . .TX .

    1860 Rusk County, Texas Federal Census PAGE NO: 201B: