Peggie Moseley

AncientFaces Member since Aug 01, 2015

About: I am most interested in genealogy. I belong to several societies and am always searching for additional links. Families included in my search are: Pratt, Youngblood, Hogan, Tucker, Steptoe, Bonneau, Videau, Carroll, Abercrombie, Johnson, Smith, Clark, Robertson, Swinton, Vanderhorst, Holton, Goza, Potts, Arnold,and Terry. I descend from families from the middle Atlantic area who migrated south through Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas.

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R.E. Hogan, son of Gilbert Martin Hogan and Jennie Pratt Youngblood, was born Oct. 26, 1915 in Sabine County, Texas. His wife, Ruth Helen Haveland, was born Dec. 15, 1905 in the state of Washington. R.E. Hogan died June 20, 1997 in San Diego, California. Ruth Helen died Jan. 6, 1991 in San Diego, California. Ruth is buried in Greenwood Memorial Park in San Diego. R.E. is buried in Myrtle Springs Cemetery in Geneva, Texas.
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Andrew Jackson Tucker and Maggie Verina Carroll on their wedding day. Andrew Jackson Tucker, son of George Tucker and Lucinda Steptoe, was born March 17, 1876 in Sabine County, TX. Maggie Verina Carroll, daughter of Robert N. Carroll and Margaret Ann Abercrombie, was born Feb. 20, 1892 in Cherokee County, TX. They were married June 28, 1908 in Cherokee County, TX. They moved to Sabine County, TX after their marriage where they lived until their death. Maggie Carroll Tucker died April 20, 1963 and Andrew Jackson Tucker died Jan. 12 1967. They are buried in King Cemetery in Sabine County, TX. Andrew J. Tucker was a long time member of Sexton Masonic Lodge #251 in Milam, TX where he served as Worshipful Master 7 times. Andrew and Maggie were parents to 3 daughters: Modell Verina, Syble Imogene, and Cecil Glenner.
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William Ira Hogan, son of William Hogan and Narcissa Goza, was born July 16, 1831 in Washington Parish, LA. About 1849 he married Anne Jane Holton, daughter of Andrew Holton and Leticia Winsett. Anne Jane was born July, 1835. William ira Hogan enlisted in the Confederate army April 25, 1862. He served in Co. H of the 27th. LA. Infantry until after the fall of Vicksburg. At that time he was transferred to the Cavalry where he served until the War ended. The Hogans homestead fell into Tangipahoa Parish, LA when that parish was formed. They moved to Milam, Sabine County, TX in 1868 where Anne Jane died in 1917. William ira died Feb. 5, 1921. They are both buried in the Old Milam Cemetery in Milam, TX. Children of William Ira Hogan and Anne Jane Holton were: Mary Ann, William Andrew, Sophronia Ellen, Salena Isobel, Alonzo, Samuel Warren, and Leticia (Letsy).
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Col. William Henry Bonneau, son of Arnoldus Bonneau and Mary Maybank, was born in Charleston, South Carolina Jan. 16, 1799. About 1820 in Charleston, SC he married Anna Maria Swinton, daughter of Hugh Swinton, Jr and Ann Jane Bruce Scott. Later they moved to Lowndes County, Alabama where Anna Maria died Nov. 21, 1863. William Henry Bonneau died in Mobile, Alabama Nov. 25, 1889. He is buried in Magnolia Cemetery in Mobile. Children: William Henry, Mary Jane, Caroline Elizabeth, Anna Maria, Richard Vanderhorst, Edwin Alonzo, John Bruce, Susan Matilda, Hugh Swinton, Sarah Adaline, Esther Maybank, Peter Maybank, Arnoldus E, and Octavius.
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Anna Maria Swinton Bonneau was born Aug. 28, 1799 in Charleston, South Carolina. She was the daughter of Hugh Swinton, Jr. and his wife, Ann Jane Bruce Scott. About 1820 Anna Maria married William Henry Bonneau in Charleston, SC. William Henry Bonneau was the son of Arnoldus Bonneau and Mary Maybank. Later Anna Maria and William Henry moved to Lowndes County, Alabama. Anna Maria died Nov. 21, 1863 in Selma, Alabama. William Henry and Anna Maria Bonneau were the parents of 14 children: William Henry,Jr, Mary Jane, Caroline Elizabeth, Anna Maria, Richard Vanderhorst, Edwin Alonzo, John Bruce, Susan Matilda, Hugh Swinton, Sarah Adaline, Esther Maybank, Peter Maybank, Arnoldus E, and Octavius.
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It is believed that this picture belonged to Lucinda Steptoe, daughter of John R. and Rebecca Steptoe of Johnson County Georgia. Lucinda Steptoe married George Tucker, and after the Civil War they moved to Sabine County Texas. This picture is probably one of Lucinda Steptoe's brothers who were soldiers in the Civil War. Hopefully someone can identify this mystery member of the John R. Steptoe family.
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It is believed that this picture belonged to Lucinda Steptoe, daughter of John R. and Rebecca Steptoe of Johnson County Georgia. Lucinda married George Tucker, and after the Civil War they moved to Sabine County Texas. This picture may be one of her brothers who were soldiers in the Civil War, or it might be her father, John R. Steptoe,(1811-1864) who was also a Confederate soldier. Hopefully someone can identify this mystery member of the Steptoe family.
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It is believed that this picture belonged to Lucinda Steptoe, daughter of John R. and Rebecca Steptoe of Johnson County Georgia. Lucinda married George Tucker, and after the Civil War they moved to Sabine County Texas. This picture is probably one of Lucinda Steptoe's brothers who were soldiers in the Civil War. Hopefully someone will be able to positively identify this mystery member of the John Steptoe family.
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This is a picture of Gilbert Martin Hogan (10-14-1891--3-4-1960)and Jennie Pratt Youngblood (5-2-1890--12-20-1982). They were married May 29,1910 in Bronson, Texas. Gilbert was the son of William Andrew Hogan and Julia Melinda Arnold. Jennie was the daughter of Vanderhorst (Van) Bonneau Youngblood and Sara Ella Pratt. This picture was made in Hemphill, Texas where they lived and reared their family. They are buried in Myrtle Springs Cemetery in Geneva, Texas.
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Peggie Moseley Anna Maria Swinton Bonneau is buried in Live Oak Cemetery in Selma, Alabama.
Oct 24, 2004 · posted to the photo Anna Maria Swinton Bonneau