If you're using ancestry.com for research then here's a few "how to git 'er done"! Click "Search" in the header bar then look beneath the "Gift Memberships" logo. You'll see "Go to Old Search" or "Go to New Search". The option not displayed is the one you are currently using. I prefer the "old" variation 'cause it is more user-friendly and 'cause I'm old!(lol) Anyway, if the "old" option is viewed click on it to transform your parameters. From there, lookup Jackson Walace in 1850 Rutherford Tennessee. Not that one "l" omitted from this census. They're found 1850 Rutherford-Flemings-Image 9. Another respondent indicated the daughter's name was Alice. That does not agree with records. She was Mary Jane Wallace and she wed John Walker, 3 Dec 1854 in Brazos, TX. She collected his widow's pension as a result of service during the Civil War. Her brother John B. Wallace wed Alice Walker, 23 Jun 1852 in Walker, TX. Haven't researched to see if siblings (Wallace) wed siblings (Walker). Believe you descend from John B.? Which child? You'll find Jackson Wallace in 1860 TX-Brazos-Precinct 3-Image 6 and 1840 TN-Rutherford-Not Stated-Image 73. There's a "whole bunch" of Wallace(s) in 1840 Tennessee-Rutherford County. Logon findagrave.com and lookup Alice Walker Wallace in Brazos County.