I guess I sould have been more specific--I have already inveestigated the census. Plus the Preacher and his son moved to Kansas--somewhere. There are numerous stories about where, but they cannot be found. The time they lived in Newton County--we are talking 1870 to 1880. I can't find them on those census. I thought maybe there could have been some other record--Churc (probably Presbyterian), newspaper, etc., of the man and his son ever living there. Thank you for your interest. BTW They seem to have been friends with George Miller (not related to William H. Miller and his son) when they all lived in Newton County. George later established the 101 Ranch in Oklahoma.
I am not related to the family either, I an trying to prove they ever eisted, and I am beginning to think they didn't.