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Elizabeth Livingston

Elizabeth Livingston

Posted: 23 Aug 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 5 Jul 2004 7:30PM GMT
Surnames: Cain, Livingston
I would very much appreciate a lookup of the 1850 Marion County census for Elizabeth Livingston. She had sons named Ruben and Alexander (and possibly there was an Andrew A.). Were there other children? Was there a daughter named Pricilla? Was Elizabeth, who was born in Tennessee, the widow of Samuel Bunch Livingston. If so, are they buried in Marion County?

Livingstons

Ron Livingston (View posts)
Posted: 10 Sep 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Livingston, Levingston, Lewis, Cargile, Williams
I found the 1850 Marion Co., Arkansas, census online. Elizabeth Livingston (this family also used the Levingston spelling) was born about 1795 in Tennessee. She had three sons living with her at the time of the 1850 census, all born in Alabama: my ancestor Alexander (age 19), Andrew (age 15), and Ruben (age 12). Also living with them was John Williams (age 35, born in Tennessee). Was this Elizabeth's brother? Are any of these people listed in Marion County on the 1860 census? Is the 1860 online? Is Elizabeth buried in Marion County? Who was her Livingston husband? Does anyone know if she had older children? Alexander K. "Allec" ended up in 1855 in Conway Co. where that year he married Lucinda Lewis, whom I believe was the daughter of Wiley Lewis (Hopkins County, TX 1850). There were a James Livingston (born about 1824 in Tennessee) and a David Livingston (born 1826 in Tennessee) in Conway County on the 1850 and 1860 censuses. I believe these, as well as Conway Co. resident Hannah Cargile (born Alabama 1824, 2nd wife of Robert Lewis Cargile, married in 1851---in Marion County?) were children of Elizabeth. Are Marion County marriage records online?

Re: Livingstons

Posted: 12 Nov 2001 7:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Apr 2002 10:28PM GMT
Surnames: Levingston, Smith
Hi Ron, I saw your query concerning the family of Alexander Levingston. My husband, Don is a descendant of Alexander's sister, Elizabeth "Lizzie" Levingston, (b) June 1829 in TN. She married Wm. Booker Smith ca 1850 in AR, prob. Marion Co. The marriage records are not available. I would enjoy trading family lineage info with you.
Patsy (Malone) Watson

Re: Livingstons

Posted: 11 Jan 2005 3:14AM GMT
Classification: Query
Sure Patsy.

Most of the family tree for Livingston is on Ancestry.
but if you need more just e-mail me.

Re: Livingstons

Fred Levingston (View posts)
Posted: 13 Jan 2006 1:26AM GMT
Classification: Query
I also am looking for the same thing your looking for
I have to review more of my fathers research.
I would like you to contact me .Maybe some way of getting beyond Elizabeth

Thanks
Fred Levingston

Re: Livingstons

Posted: 2 Nov 2006 5:57AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Livingston,Levingston Ferguson
Hi I am Catherine McBride and my GGGGGrandfather was Ruben Estes Livingston and i have been looking for 30 years for the information on Elizabeth Livingston and hoping someone lived close to Marion Ark. and could go look in the death record and see if Elizabeth was buried there. if you need any information on the family from Ruben and his broths down I can help . Hope to hear from you soon. Yours Truly Catherine McBride e-mail is catmcbride@ubtanet.com

Re: Livingstons

Mysty McPherson (View posts)
Posted: 2 Nov 2006 6:44AM GMT
Classification: Query
If you will go to this site, you will find a page on the descendants of Ruben Estes Levingston b Little Rock, Pulaski Co. AR 1838 and died in Burnet Co TX.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~txburnet/levingston.html

Re: Livingstons

Posted: 3 Apr 2013 3:34AM GMT
Classification: Query
How about the death certificates of some of Alexander's siblings? Those that died most recently may have parents' names on them?

Or try the most commonly used male names in the family to see there is a census record or a marriage recorded with an "Elizabeth". These ideas have probably already been thought of and tried, but right now that is all I can come up with.

Shirley Wilson Bates
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