George Washington Alston was a son of Nathaniel Kimbrough Alston 1839 Lauderdale Co., MS; he is my direct ancestor line. He is buried in Willow Cemetery, near Stamford, Texas in Haskell County. Phillip, also had a son George Washington (which was popular name in time period).
I am aware of Forest King's opinion on Mary Clark; however I am not concerning myself with the correctiness of Mary Clark, at this time.
I will be attempting an indepth study of Nathaniel K. soon, I am trying to finish an attempt to find parentage of Joshua Stephens in Johnston Co., NC, now. As soon I as I give up this attempt, I will return to my Alston family.
Nathaniel is in Marengo County, AL with his family around him. As I have another family (in Stephens) nearby, I run across his name or his kid's names in land transactions in AL. I may or may not follow Nathaniel into Alabama in my study, as current plan was to stop at Nathaniel K. (When they entered into Texas).
Recently I acquired a copy of the land grant issued to Nathaniel Kimbrough, conditional in 1843 but patiented in 1856 in Titus County (now Franklin). I do not know why, he acquired this land, unless it was a hunting piece of property. Interesting, but he did not work this land to my knowledge (if I have any). He lived basically in Waller County near Cordonith (sic); where he raised his family.
I could go on for sometime, maybe we should correspond privately, firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for answering;