I found a Delphia Sarah Lightfoot, born in 1828 in Ga. This is the only LIGHFOOT that I have found in my family. Maybe you can link her up with your family. IÂ’ll give you her relationship with the CARSWELLs. Maybe some of these names will help you find your Lighfoots in Crawford County, Georgia. I HOPE SO:o)
This Delphia Sarah Lightfoot married David Preston on 21 Mar. 1850 in Crawford County, Ga,
This David Preston was born on 04 Jun.1826 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England. His parents were Elizabeth James Preston, b.abt 1797 in Ireland, d. 05 Dec.1863 in Dale County, Alabama. James Preston Elizabeth Jane Clark were married abt.1825 in Ireland or England. Elizabeth Jane Clark, b. abt 1798 in Ireland, d. abt 1870 in Dale County, Alabama.
I show that Elizabeth and James Preston had six children. They were;
# 1. David Preston, b. 04 Jun.1826.
# 2. Ann Clark (Nancy) Preston, b. 22 Sept.1828.
# 3. Mary Jane Preston, b. abt 1836 in Crawford County, Ga. died in Geneva County, Florida. She married Robert Knight Carswell, b. 1829 in Montezuma, Macon County, Ga. died in 1908 in Geneva County, Fla. This Robert Knight Carswell was the son of Mahala Knight Edward Carswell, II., b. abt.1797. Edward, II. Was the son of Jane Trimble Edward Carswell, I., b. Dec.1755. Edward, I. Was the oldest son of Isabella Roche Brown Alexander Carswell. Alexander Isabella came to America in 1772 with their six children on the ship Elizabeth and settled near Savannah, Ga.
# 4. Elizabeth W. Preston
# 5. Patsy P. Presto,
# 6. Mary Preston
I show that David Preston Dalphia Sarah Lightfoot had six children. They were;
# 1. William E. Preston, b. 1851
# 2. David W. Preston, b. 1854 married Nora Bartlett on 25 Nov.1880 in Houston County, Alabama.
# 3. Andrew J. Preston, b. 1859 married Mary Andrews on 16 Dec. 1838 in Crawford County, Ga.
# 4. John Preston, b. 1863.
# 5. James W. Preston, b. 1866
# 6. Thomas W. Preston, b. 1867 married Lula Preston in 1893.
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Have a nice day,
Cousin Jim Carswell in Woodstock