_Benjamin Hazletine CAMERON _ _Thomas Glenn CAMERON _| | |_Elizabeth Gilmore HOOTEN ___ _Benjamin Lee CAMERON _| | | _____________________________ | |_Eugenia REID _________| | |_____________________________ | |--Emma Mae CAMERON | | _____________________________ | _______________________| | | |_____________________________ |_Mary Emma WATSON _____| | _____________________________ |_______________________| |_____________________________
!BIRTH: 3 years old on 1900 Georgia Census.
!CENSUS: Georgia, Troup Co., La Grange, 14 Jun 1900.
!BIR/DEA: Troup County and her People, Vol. VI, Oct 1986, No. 4.
"Miss Mae", was a historian of Troup Co. Georgia. She was responsible for the
restoration of the James Mooty Cemetery. She was considered a gold mine of
information on the Cameron families and on the settlement of Ware's Cross Roads
community. In her eighties, she acted as caretaker of the Mooty Cemetery, and
after she suffered a stroke, was responsible for a fund for the perpetual care
of the cemetery.
_Nicholas DALTON _ _Ewell Gallihue DALTON _| | |_Rachel HUNTER ___ _James Polk DALTON ______| | | __________________ | |_Sarah Sallie STRONG ___| | |__________________ | |--Joseph Scott DALTON | | __________________ | ________________________| | | |__________________ |_Mary Frances BLACKWELL _| | __________________ |________________________| |__________________
!BOOK: 'Heritage of Stokes County North Carolina'; 1983.
After marriage, Joseph continued to live with his parents. After their death,
the farm became his. On 5 Dec 1955, Joseph fell and broke his hip. He stayed in
the Reidsville Hospital and the Maple Grove Nursing Home, until 6 Jun 1956 when
_David Sr. DALTON _ _David DALTON _____| | |_Susan DALTON _____ _William DALTON _______| | | ___________________ | |_Mrs David DALTON _| | |___________________ | |--Louisa J. DALTON | | ___________________ | ___________________| | | |___________________ |_Mary Elizabeth YOUNG _| | ___________________ |___________________| |___________________
!BIRTH: 7 years old on 1850 North Carolina Census.
16 years old on 1860 North Carolina Census.
!CENSUS: North Carolina, Cleveland Co., p. 173, 13 Sep 1850.
North Carolina, Cleveland Co., 18 Jun 1860.
!BOOK: #1- Tryon County Genealogical Journal: Court Records.
1849: Tryon County Court: appointed William Dalton guardian to James P. Dalton,
John W. Dalton, Martha G. Dalton, William A. Dalton, Louisa J.Dalton, Samuel C.
Dalton; orphans of James Young, deceased. Security: Major McCombs, Nov.1849.
1860: William Dalton (Dolton) and family are living near the families of Jacob
Carpenter, and Turner Gladdin. Residing in a nearby house are John(21),
Wm.(18), and Louisa(16) Dalton (Dolton).
1870: Wm. and Mary have Estate value $80 & $100 with Dorothy(21), Franklin(18),
Lycurus(16), Letty Ann(13), Edie A.(10), and James Y.(3) living at home.
Louisa must be married and living nearby.
___________________ ___________________| | |___________________ _Joseph ENGLAND ______________| | | ___________________ | |___________________| | |___________________ | |--William W. ENGLAND | | _David Sr. DALTON _ | _Thomas DALTON ____| | | |_Susan DALTON _____ |_Mary_Polly Elizabeth DALTON _| | ___________________ |_Elizabeth MORRIS _| |___________________
__ __| | |__ __| | | __ | |__| | |__ | |--Walter King HATCHER | | __ | __| | | |__ |__| | __ |__| |__
!BOOK: 'There Was A Land' History of Talbot County, Georgia.
'A Rockaway in Talbot'.
__ __| | |__ __| | | __ | |__| | |__ | |--Jasper H. HENDERSON | | __ | __| | | |__ |__| | __ |__| |__
!BIRTH: 11 years old on 1850 North Carolina Census.
20 years old on 1860 North Carolina Census.
!CENSUS: North Carolina, Henderson Co., 2 Aug 1850.
North Carolina, Polk Co., Tryon Div., #262/246, 6 Jul 1860.
!BUR: Friendship Baptist Church Cemetery, Saluda, N.C.
!BOOK: Heritage of Old Buncombe County North Carolina: Vol. II.
1850: Isaac(45) has wife Susan(39), sons Wm.(11) and Jasper(5).
The families of Toliver Dalton, George Bradley, Churchwell Morris, and Thomas
Guice.lived nearby. There is an age error made by the census taker.
1860: Isaac(60) is a farmer with Real Estate Value $1,000 & Personal Estate
Value $11,028. Isaac has 2nd wife Susan(55), and sons Wm.(20) and Jasper(15).
Jasper died of Bright's Disease.
_____________________________ _____________________| | |_____________________________ _James Bud JORDAN _______| | | _____________________________ | |_____________________| | |_____________________________ | |--Virginia Elizabeth JORDAN | | _William Elijah Elias HORNE _ | _Henry Joseph HORNE _| | | |_Mary Ellen Bois BOYCE ______ |_Vivian Elizabeth HORNE _| | _____________________________ |_Maggie May YATES ___| |_____________________________
!Informant: Alice Raulerson Horne and obituary of mother-in-law.
!RELATIONSHIP: 2nd Cousin.
_Jacob B. RAULERSON _______________ _Wade Hampton RAULERSON ____| | |_Courtney Catherine Mary KEIGHTLY _ _William Bartholomew RAULERSON _| | | _William Bartola HART _____________ | |_Catherine Francis HART ____| | |_Mary Ann HIGGINBOTHAM ____________ | |--Alice Corinne RAULERSON | | _James PACE Lennard LEONARD _______ | _Joseph U. Lennard LEONARD _| | | |_Martha WARE ______________________ |_Ida Virginia Lennard LEONARD __| | _Benjamin Hazletine CAMERON _______ |_Emma Frances CAMERON ______| |_Elizabeth Gilmore HOOTEN _________
!Birth: 9 years old on 1910 Florida Census.
18 years old on 1920 Florida Census.
!Census: Florida, Orange Co., Geneva, 6th pct., 26 Apr 1910.
Florida, Palm Beach Co., West Palm Beach, Pct 11, Jan 1920.
Alice & Ken have placed their Monument in the Tequesta Cemetery.
JOURNAL:1917-1942: by Alice Corinne Raulerson- Horne.
1917- Soldiers sometimes encamped in the park attended square dances held in
Mangnoia Park near Rivera, Fla. After the Armistice, this is where Alice met
Yancy Horne, thru a mutural friend, Allie Chandler. Alice was still attending
high school and dating several class mates, but not interested in any of them.
Later she would meet Yancy's brother, Ken, whom she came to fall in love with.
On 15 June, 1921, Alice graduated from high school. One week later 26 June,
1921, wearing her graduation dress, Alice was married to Kenneth M. Horne, in
West Palm Beach, in the Parsonage of the Congregational Church. They spent some
time with their friend Sarah in Lake Worth, then roomed in Alice's parents home
while Kenneth completed construction on their first home at 914 Georgia Avenue.
Kenneth tried College in Gainesville under the G.I. Bill, but it did not work
out. He returned to West Palm Beach and began a job at the Olive Street Garage.
18 April,1927 Working-Enjoying-Driving. Some dirty-skunk stole my rose bush.
I saw a marvelous sight,this eve, a rainbow in Western sky caused by the light
of a full moon,and by a drizleling eve of misty rain.
Friday 16 April 1928: Georgia,Ken,& Alice with Chicken Pox.
Jack getting over gripe"stomache".
Two more banks closed,leaving West Palm Beach with only the Cent. Farmers Bk.
15 Sept.1928: Hurricane Hit! Henry Horne lost everything.
27 Aug. 1928: Flurry and Couch Mill.
1928-Bunkers two-story house was almost blown away by the 1912 hurricane.
Wed.28 Nov.1928: Went to Southboro School, Ken said his piece,which he did real
well. I was proud of him. " A Great Convenience"
I'm not so very high nor yet so very wide,
But when it's pie or turkey time,
I'm very big inside.
There was a Thanksgiving party, Jack and Romona enjoyed the party. Hoover had
just been elected and made the famous remark:"A car in every garage and a
chicken in every pot." Prosperity is all you hear.
West Palm Beach is emerging from the effects of the "Great Hurricane".
1929- Ken Worked at the Duval Club, at Miama Beach,at the Mill,Salt Air Hotel.
13 April,1929, Daniels Lawyer- Jack Olhaber-Forecloser.
7 Feb.1929- Bought Maytag washer.
Card from "Old Fashioned Barn Dance" for Scouts Fund, 2 April,1927.
Education: Graduated Geneva High School.
Horticulture Conservation: Member of Travelers Palm Garden Club, in the area of
Jupiter/Tequesta, Florida. She is an still active member.
Historian/ Genealogist: Active in perservation of local land marks and
sponsored the placement of several Historical Markers.
Life member of Geneva Historical Society in Fla. and active contributer to its
development and donated a doll which belonged to her mother Ida Virgina Lennard.
Attends the Annual Pioneer Coffee held by local residents in Jupiter, Florida.
Alice has given lectures all over Florida about her knowledge of native flora
and the importance of its protection, as well as the protection of the sea
coast and all sea animals. Numerous photos and articles have appeared in the
local newspapers, paying tribute to her dedicated spirit and she has been the
recipient of many awards for her efforts showing her compassionate love of
1915: Resided with family on Harts Lake in Buda/Geneva, Florida.
1917: Resided 503 Jessamine St., West Palm Beach.
1921: Moved to new home on Georgia Avenue, W.P.B., with husband.
_John RAULERSON _ _Noel RAULERSON _| | |_Mrs RAULERSON __ _Noel Rabun RAULERSON _____| | | _________________ | |_Eleanor BAGGS __| | |_________________ | |--Ellinor RAULERSON | | _________________ | _________________| | | |_________________ |_Tampa F. Whitton WHIDDON _| | _________________ |_________________| |_________________
!BIRTH: 6 years old on 1860 Florida Census.
!CENSUS: Florida, Hillsborough Co., 18 Jun 1860.
_Thomas P. Reading REDDEN _ _Thomas P. Reading REDDEN __| | |_Martha Patsy _____________ _William B. Reading REDDEN _| | | _Hardy Shadwick CHADWICK __ | |_Martha Patsy Ann SHADWICK _| | |___________________________ | |--Raymond Dill REDDEN | | ___________________________ | ____________________________| | | |___________________________ |_Mary J. CAPPS _____________| | ___________________________ |____________________________| |___________________________
!BIRTH: 27 years old on 1920 North Carolina Census.
18 years old on 1910 North Carolina Census.
7 years old on 1900 North Carolina Census.
!CENSUS: North Carolina, Henderson Co., Green River Twp., 13 Jan 1920.
North Carolina, Henderson Co., Hendersonville, 1910.
North Carolina, Henderson Co., Hendersonville Twp., 1-30 Jun 1900.
Death Certificate #45-00 #25- Martha King is listed as wife.
Cause of death:Cardiac stand-still,Chr.Arteriosclerotic-Heart Disease.
Residence:Rt.#3,Box 152, Hendersonville, N.C.,28739.
1920 census, Ramond was residing with his parents on Green River Rd.and
listed as married however his wife was not living at this residence.
_____________________ _Absalom SCALES __________| | |_____________________ _Joseph SCALES _| | | _Samuel DALTON ______ | |_Nancy Ann Kenner DALTON _| | |_Charlotte GALLIHUE _ | |--Fannie SCALES | | _____________________ | __________________________| | | |_____________________ |_Fannie WEBB ___| | _____________________ |__________________________| |_____________________
__ __| | |__ __| | | __ | |__| | |__ | |--Isaac WEBB | | __ | __| | | |__ |__| | __ |__| |__
!BOOK: Bible Records of Williamson Co. Tennessee, compled by Louisa G. Lynch -
1970. 976.8 L987b Gen C.2, page 73 - 74.
moved to texas after marriage.