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1. Columbus M.3 Summerlin (Smith2, Reading1) was born Abt. 1846 in AL, and died Unknown in New Mexico. He married Evaline Miller 1 Aug 1867 in Crenshaw Co., AL. She was born Abt. 1847 in AL, and died Unknown in ?.
Notes for Columbus M. Summerlin:
1870 Federal Census of Crenshaw Co., AL
197 SUMMERLIN Columbus 24 wm AL
" Eveline 23 wf AL
" Giles S. 1 wm AL
More About Columbus Summerlin and Evaline Miller:
Marriage: 1 Aug 1867, Crenshaw Co., AL
Children of Columbus Summerlin and Evaline Miller are:
2 i. Giles Smith4 Summerlin, born 10 Aug 1869 in Crenshaw Co., AL; died 17 May 1941 in Thorndale, Milam Co., TX. He married Lucy Hillon Peebles 12 Feb 1891 in ?; born 19 May 1872 in ?; died 5 Nov 1959 in TX.
Notes for Giles Smith Summerlin:
Giles traveled with his Grandunlce Bryant Eugene Spradley to Texas. Bryant was head coordinator of the journey.
Evelyn SUMMERLIN b: 11 DEC 1891
Ruby SUMMERLIN b: 24 FEB 1893
Frank SUMMERLIN b: Private
Elkanah SUMMERLIN b: Private
Gladys SUMMERLIN b: Private
More About Giles Smith Summerlin:
Burial: Municipal Cemetery
Notes for Lucy Hillon Peebles:
She may have been born in TX.
More About Giles Summerlin and Lucy Peebles:
Marriage: 12 Feb 1891, ?
3 ii. Columbus Wright Summerlin, born 19 Sep 1870 in Crenshaw Co., AL; died 15 Dec 1960 in ?. He married Sallie Amoria Liles Unknown in ?; born 9 Dec 1878 in Mt. Union, AL; died 13 Feb 1911 in Las Vegas, San Miguel Co., NM.
Notes for Columbus Wright Summerlin:
Later changed his last name to have a single "m", and changed his first name to Charles. The Summerlins came to America from England in 1711.
More About Columbus Summerlin and Sallie Liles:
Marriage: Unknown, ?
4 iii. Carrie V. Summerlin, born Abt. 1872 in Crenshaw Co., AL; died Unknown in ?. She married Billy Prescott; born Unknown in ?; died Unknown in ?.
Notes for Carrie V. Summerlin:
It is said she died in NM.
5 iv. Howard Summerlin, born Abt. 1874 in Crenshaw Co., AL; died Unknown in ?.
Notes for Howard Summerlin:
Moved to Texas about 1910. Occupation: farmer.