[Alaucha2.FTW]spouse: Green, Elizabeth (*1812 - )
In the 1860 Lafayette County census, the family wasiving in the ClayLanding area,
[Alachua3.GED]spouse: Hague, Jimmie R. (~1896 - )
[LTownsend.FTW]spouse: Townsend, Light Iii (1770 - 1851)
After Phoebe Carter Townsend's death in 1848, her husband disposed of hisland near Newnansville and bought 200 acres six miles south of what istoday Brooksville, Fl. This move was made to be nearer his son, John, andseveral daughters, all married with families of their own. He stillretained possession of 12 slaves, having given the remainder of severalfamilies each to each of his children upon their marriage. Light Townsenddied on this plantation and is said to be burried theron.
[Alachua3.GED]spouse: Hague, Mary Jane "Mayme" (1884 - 1977)
BIRTH: Source, Antioch Bapt Cem, Alachua FL
MARRIAGE: Source, Frank Cellon, Alachua FL marriage record s book D, p829
DEATH: Source, Antioch Bapt Cem, Alachua FL
[smith_at.FTW]spouse: Smith, Mitalena (Mittie) (1875 - 1945)
! Burial location found referred to the cemetery as Bay Spring Cemetery.This is not a name p resent day residents know, but it is assumed to bethe oldest of the city's cemeterys, now re ferred to as simply, theUmatilla City Cemetery.
[smith_at.FTW]spouse: Pickard, James LaFayette (1899 - 1988)
! Birth date also found as 14 February.