Person:Hannah Parker (7)

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Hannah Parker
m. ABT 1816
  1. Sam Houston Smith, (undocumented)
  2. Captain Henry Madison Smith1817 - 1882
  3. Sarah Elvina Smith1818 - 1902
  4. Unknown Female Smithbef 1820 - bef 1830
  5. Frances E. SmithABT 1823 - BEF 1854
  6. Joseph P. SmithABT 1825 - ABT 1860
  7. Andrew Jackson SmithABT 1826 - BEF 1880
  8. Isaac Newton SmithABT 1828 -
  9. James Smith, (undocumented)BEF 1830 -
  10. William Jasper Smith1830 - 1894
  11. Francis Marion SmithABT 1833 - aft 1855
  12. Barsheba H. SmithABT 1834 - 1904
  13. Birt H. SmithABT 1837 - 1863
Facts and Events
Name Hannah Parker
Gender Female
Birth[1][2][3][4][5] ABT 1799 , Union District, South Carolina
Marriage ABT 1816 Spartanburg, Spartanburg, South Carolinato General James Smith
Death? 8 Aug 1864 Waco, McLennan, Texas
Burial[6] Smith Park, Henderson, Rusk County, Texas

War of 1812 Veterans in Texas by Mary Smith Fae lived in South Carolina 1800 Union District census Union District Writs of Partition vol 12? p. 197 Magazine of Ancestral Research 975.7 B2sc in writs of partition record of Isaiah and Elizabeth Parker names Hannah Smith, wife of James Smith History of Smith County Texas 1850 Rusk County Texas census 1860 Rusk County, Texas census page 202 line 28 Hannah Smith 61 F SC

1860 Census Rusk County, Texas

Henderson Beat Household #138 Page ___ Lines 28 - 40 Families 143 & 144

138 143 Hannah Smith 61 F 6400 6150 SC

138 143 BH Smith 21 M Texas [Burt/Birt H. Smith]

138 143 WH Morehead 26 F 3200 Texas [The first letter looks like a W or M but should be a B] (Barsheba H. Morehead)

138 143 F E Morehead 9 F Texas (F. Elizaeth Morehead) 138 143 H Ann Timmons 13 F Texas (Hannah Ann Timmons) 138 143 W ? A? Timmons 11 F Texas (The sex looks like it was changed from M to F) (Julia Timmons) 138 144 M A Smith 30 F 3900 400 Tennessee (Minerva Ann Hall Smith Huckabee) 138 144 Jas J. Smith 11 M Texas (James J. Smith) 138 144 John T. Smith 9 M Texas 138 144 H T Smith 8 F Texas (Texanna Smith Milner Black) 138 144 Wm Smith 3 M Texas (Should be Delila/Dillie/Dilia Jo Smith Smith and a female) 138 144 George Cooper 66 M Texas 138 144 Martha Thompson 65 F Ireland

References
  1. Court records, 6 Apr 1827.

    No. 167
    In Equity
    Union District

    John Parker, Bill for Partition Acct.
    Vs.
    Susannah Parker

    Thomson Compts Sol.

    Entered in this office the 6th day of April 1827 Frank Clowney

    In Equity
    South Carolina Union District

    To the Honorable the Chancellor of the Said State.

    Humbly complaining, shew unto your Honors your Orators and Oratresas, John Parker, Rachell Parker, now the wife [of] David Malcombson, Aaron Parker, James Smith and Hannah his wife formerly Hannah Parker, Sally Parker, Isaac Parker, and Joseph Parker the children and heirs at law of Isaiah Parker the eldest Son of Isaac Parker, William Bland the only child of Rachell Parker the Second child the Said Isaac Parker the Intestate, Joseph Guyton and Hannah his wife formerly Hannah Parker, Archibald Crockett and Elizabeth his wife formerly Elizabeth Parker, and Silas R. Parker that on or about the 8th day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and twenty five Isaac Parker the grandfather of some of your orators and oratryes, the father in law of others and the father of others again departed this life Intestate, being of the time of his death seized and possessed absolutely in his own right of a considerable estate bothe real and personal situate and being in the District and State aforesaid, and that the Said Isaac Parker, at the time of his death left your orators and oratryes as above named his widow and her son Eleazer Parker and her daughter Naomi Parker the Defendants to this bill his next of kin and heirs at Law him surviving.

    And your orators and oratryes further shew unto your Honors that the Said Isaac Parker the Intestate in his life time had had Issue of two marriages that the complainants mentioned in this Bill as the issue of the first marriage, and that on or about the year 1804-he intermarried with Susannah Gibson the Defendant now his widow, by whom he had issue which subscribed here as above Stated Naomi Parker who died in October 1825 Intestate leaving her mother and her brother Eleazer Parker of the whole blood.

    And your orators and oratryes shew unto your Honors that the whole of the real estate of which the Said Isaac Parker died seized and possessed was his own absolute property and that no part of the Same ever had belonged to his widow, and the Said Susannah Parker the widow and her Son Eleazer Parker have been in constant possession and enjoyment of the most valuable part of the Said Intestate Real Estate and have received the rent and profits of the Same ever since the death of the Said Isaac Parker.

    And your orators and oratryes further shew unto your Honors that they have called on the Said Susannah Parker and Eleazer Parker and requested them to come to a Just and Equitable Partition and division of the Said Intestate Estate, by assigning & setting apart for the widow the Said Susannah Parker, the one third part of the said Real Estate, and to the children of Isaiah Parker the eldest son of the Intestate, who is now deceased one Sixth part of two remaining thirds, and each of the now surviving children of the Said Isaac Parker being one Sixth part of the Said two thirds putting the children of the half and of the whole blood on a footing of perfect Equality and that the Defendants should account for the resets and profits of the land for the term they have been in possession and pay over to the complainants their Share of the Said rents and profits with which, just and reasonable request complainants had well hoped that the defendants would have complied.

    But now So it is may it please your Honors that the Said Susannah Parker and Eleazer Parker combining and confederating between themselves and with others whose names are at present are known unto your orators and oratreyes, and as soon as they are discovered they pray that their names may be herein inserted with apt words to charge them, how to press & inquire your orators and oratreyes with promises have refused to come to a Just and Equitable partition and division of the Said Real Estate and to account for the rents and profits Since the death of the intestate, Some times pretending that they are entitled exclusively to that part of he Estate which would have been allotted to Naomi Parker one of the children of the last marriage who died in October after the Intestate died in August 1825 and before then had been any division of the estate, and other times they pretend they are not liable to pay rent to the other being though [thought] they may have been in possession of much more than their part of the Said Estate; All which pretences are contrary to Equity & good conscience and and to the manifest inquiry of complaints.

    To the End therefore that the Debts may be compiled upon their Several and respective corporal others to say whether the above facts are not true and if they are not what are the real facts of the case & to the End also that there may be a just distribution of partition of Such Estate and the aforesaid Isaac Parker died Seized & possessed of may be made aneage your orators & oratreyes & Such other persons as may have a just claim: & considering also that your orators & oratreyes have frequently & repeatedly called upon the defendants in a friendly manner desiring them amicably to come to settlement & to make a distribution of the Estate of the Said Isaac Parker: & considering further that your orators & oratreyes are remedilefs in the premise at & by the direct & strict rules of the Common law and cannot have relief Save in a court of Equity where matters of this & the like nature are properly cognizasble & relicoable & to the End that the defendants may full, time & perfect answer make to all & singular the matters & things herein before stated & charged as fully & particularly as if the Same were herein again repeated & they thereto distinctly interrogated:____ Your orators & oratories pray that your honors would grant unto your orators & oratories the writ of Subpoena of this hon. Court directed to the Said defendants commanding & requiring them on Some day certain under a penalty to be therein indebted [instructed] to be & appear before your honors in this hon. Court & to stand to & aide such decree as your honors may may make this case & that your honors would grant to your orators & oratories such further relief as to your honors may seem agreeable to Equity and good conscience & your orators & oratories will ever pray, and so forth also that a writ of partition may issue to make partition & division of he Said Estate & so forth.

    A.W. Thomson Comp. E Sol
    August 22, 2001
    typescript by Margaret Humphries Dillard

    No. 167 In Equity, Union District, South Carolina (a lawsuit between the children of Isaac Parker's second wife and her son )
    John Parker, Bill for Partition Acct. Vs. Susannah Parker -names Hannah as child of Isaiah Parker-- see full text

  2. Court records: Probate, 1818.

    Union County, SC Probate Index, 1782-1865
    Parker, Isaiah Box 10 Pack 18 1818

    Isaiah Parker's Probate Record Union South Carolina Box 15 Pkg 4
    Land Partition transcription from the South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Review:
    ... Isaiah Parker, late of State and district aforesaid, died intestate
    leaving at the time of his death a widow Elizabeth Parker now deceased, and children
    1. Aaron Parker,
    2. Hannah Parker now Hannah Smith wife of James Smith, [born 1799--they moved to TN then Rusk Co., Texas numerous sources-1800 SC census, 1850 & 1860 Rusk Co. Texas census and several probate records ]
    3. John Parker,
    4. Rachel Parker now Rachel Malcomson wife of David Malcomson, Macomson [born about 1795 -Union SC 1800 census]
    5. Sarah Parker, [born 1807, married to James Childress--lived in
    Alabama--source: 1850 Rusk County Texas census]
    6. Isaac Parker [Probably Issac G. Parker who is found in Nacogdoches County, TX later-- Nacogdoches County land records and court records 8 Oct1840 David S. Kaufman vs James Smith--probably his brother inlaw--is the G. for Guyton?]
    7. Joseph Parker,

    ...and said Isaiah Parker owned at time of his death 100 acs. on both sides of Abbertons Creek adjoining Isaac Parker, Senr., Thomas Black and (p. 61) Joseph Guyton

    Union South Carolina 1818 Box 15 Pkg 4 - Isaiah Parker's estate. The land partition is partially transcribed here.

  3. Census: 1850 USA Federal Census, 11 Sep 1850.

    1850 - Rusk Texas census page 501 family 35 lines 13-17 [the x is attending school]

    13 35 35 Smith, James 56 M W Farmer 6,300 SC
    14 35 35 Smith, Hannah 47 F W SC
    [birthdate differs from the 1860 census]
    [Hannah Parker Smith daughter of Isaiah & Elizabeth Guyton Parker]
    15 35 35 Smith Wm Jasper 22 M W TN
    16 35 35 Smith Marion 17 M W TN X
    17 35 35 Smith Burt 13 M W TX X

    36 36 James Childress 48 M Farmer SC
    36 36 Sarah " " 43 F do [ditto- SC]
    [Sarah is Sarah Parker, daughter of Isaiah & Elizabeth Guyton Parker & the sister of Hannah Parker Smith]

    James & Hannah Smith family in 1850 Rusk County, Texas Federal Census--see Text & image

  4. Family records, 14 Jun 1860.

    Federal Census - Rusk County Texas - 1860 enumerated 14 Jun 1860
    Henderson Beat #138 Page ___ Lines 28 B 40 Family 143
    138 143 Hannah Smith 61 F 6400 6150 SC
    [birthdate differs from the 1850 census]
    138 143 BH Smith 21 M Texas [Burt/Birt H. Smith]
    138 143 WH Morehead 26 F 3200 Texas
    [The first letter looks like a W or M but should be a B] (Barsheba H. Morehead)
    138 143 F E Morehead 9 F Texas (F. Elizaeth Morehead)
    138 143 H Ann Timmons 13 F Texas (Hannah Ann Timmons)
    138 143 W ? A? Timmons 11 F Texas (The sex looks like it was changed from M to F) ( Barsheba Ann or Julia Timmons)

    Federal Census - Rusk County Texas - 1860 enumerated 14 Jun 1860
    Henderson Beat #138 Page ___ Lines 28 B 40 Family 143

  5. Census: 1860 Federal Census USA.

    Federal Census - Rusk County Texas - 1860 enumerated 14 Jun 1860
    Henderson Beat #138 Page ___ Lines 28 B 40 Family 143
    138 143 Hannah Smith 61 F 6400 6150 SC
    [birthdate differs from the 1850 census]
    138 143 BH Smith 21 M Texas [Burt/Birt H. Smith]
    138 143 WH Morehead 26 F 3200 Texas
    [The first letter looks like a W or M but should be a B] (Barsheba H. Morehead)
    138 143 F E Morehead 9 F Texas (F. Elizaeth Morehead)
    138 143 H Ann Timmons 13 F Texas (Hannah Ann Timmons)
    138 143 W ? A? Timmons 11 F Texas (The sex looks like it was changed from M to F) ( Barsheba Ann or Julia Timmons)

    Federal Census - Rusk County Texas - 1860 enumerated 14 Jun 1860
    Henderson Beat #138 Page ___ Lines 28 B 40 Family 143

  6. Cemetery: Tombstone.

    Buried in Smith Park cemetery, Henderson, Rusk County, Texas-- The James & Hannah Smith plot--see image

  7.   Court records: Probate, 1818.

    Union County, SC Probate Index, 1782-1865
    Parker, Isaiah Box 10 Pack 18 1818

    ... Isaiah Parker, late of State and districtaforesaid, died intestate
    leaving at the time of his death a widow Elizabeth Parker now deceased, and children
    1. Aaron Parker,
    2. Hannah Parker now Hannah Smith wife of James Smith, [born 1799--they moved to TN then Rusk Co., Texas numerous sources-1800 SC census, 1850 & 1860 Rusk Co. Texas census and several probate records ]
    3. John Parker,
    4. Rachel Parker now Rachel Malcomson wife of David Malcomson, Macomson [born about 1795 -Union SC 1800 census]
    5. Sarah Parker, [born 1807, married to James Childress--lived in
    Alabama--source: 1850 Rusk County Texas census]
    6. Isaac Parker [Probably Issac G. Parker who is found in Nacogdoches County, TX later-- Nacogdoches County land records and court records 8 Oct1840 David S. Kaufman vs James Smith--probably his brother inlaw--is the G. for Guyton?]
    7. Joseph Parker,

    ...and said Isaiah Parker owned at time of his death 100 acs. on both sides of Abbertons Creek adjoining Isaac Parker, Senr., Thomas Black and (p. 61) Joseph Guyton

    Union South Carolina 1818 Box 15 Pkg 4

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