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Descendants of Samuel Dalton Jr
and Charlotte Gallahue



Generation 1

1. Samuel1 DALTON, Jr born 1738 in Albermarle,VA; deceased 02 Feb 1789 in Rockingham Co, NC, son of Samuel Dalton Sr and Anne _____. He married on 29 Sep 1767 in Pittsylvania Co,VA,Charlotte GALLAHUE, daughter of William Gallahue and Anne "Nancy" KENNER.

note: though there are many who claim Samuel Sr's wife was named Anne Dandridge REDD, and that she was a daughter of George Redd and Anne DANDRIDGE,  there is no proof at this time. I have been unable to even find evidence of a George Redd/Anne Dandridge marriage. If anyone can document Anne's name and lineage, please let me know.
 
Children of Samuel1 Dalton Jr and
Charlotte Gallahue were as follows:

2 William Gallihue2
John2

Generation 2

2. William Gallihue2 DALTON (Samuel1), born 2 Sep 1768 in
Pittsylvania,VA; deceased bef. Jun 1822 in St. Landry Parish, LA. He married Delilah HOLSTEIN,daughter of Stephen and Judith (King) Holstein.


Children of William Gallihue2 Dalton
and Delilah Holstein were as follows:

Jane3
Samuel3
William3
Maline3 She married (1) Elisha WHITTINGTON. She left him and went to Texas in 1831. Elisha obtained a divorce in 1836. She married in TX,(2) Cyrus THOMPSON.
Philomena3
3 Charlotte3


Generation 3

3. Charlotte3 DALTON (William Gallihue2, Samuel1),born 1795 in Pittsylvania Co. VA.; deceased aft. 1855 in W.Feliciana Parish LA. She married on 26 Feb 1811 in St. Landry Parish LA, Robert BUNDICK, born abt. 1790 Spanish Opelousas Territory LA; deceased 1848 in W. Feliciana Parish, LA, son of William Bundick and Mary HAY.

Notes for Robert Bundick:
Robert served as a private in the 16th
Reg't,Thompson's Louisiana Militia in
the War of 1812.


Children of Charlotte3 Dalton and
Robert Bundick were as follows:

William4
Robert4
4 Delilah4


Generation 4

4. Delilah4 BUNDICK (Charlotte3 Dalton,William Gallihue2, Samuel1), born Dec 1811 in St. Landry Parish,LA; deceased 02 Mar 1877 in Point Coupee Parish LA. She married (1)on 03 Nov 1828 in St. Landry Parish, LA, John P. MCCUTCHEN, born abt. 1805; presumed deceased abt 1831. She married (2) on
15 Mar 1832 in W. Feliciana Parish LA, Benjamin F. MILES, born abt. 1811 in KY.

Notes for Benjamin F. Miles:
Benjamin and family enumerated on 1850
Census of W. Feliciana Parish, family #495.
There is also a Dudley Miles,age 42,
born KY.,with his family #493, possibly
a brother of Benjamin. Research continues
to locate parents in KY.

Children of Delilah4 Bundick and
John McCutchan were as follows:

Algernon Sidney MCCUTCHEN5, born 1830 in St. Landry Parish.LA.

Children of Delilah4 Bundick and
Benjamin F. Miles were as follows:

George W.5 MILES, born 1833 in W.Feliciana Parish,LA; deceased 23 Apr 1863. He married Sara HOLSTEIN and migrated to Nevada. George died in Bowling Green KY during the civil war of  German Measles.

Robert A.5 MILES, born 1839 in W. Feliciana Parish,LA.
Benjamin F.5 MILES,JR, born 1842 in W. Feliciana Parish, LA.
Delilah5 MILES, born 1845 in W. Feliciana Parish,LA.
Charlotte J.5 MILES, born 1848 in W. Feliciana Parish, LA. 
5 Susan "Susie" "Sue" Matilda5 MILES
Generation 5
 
5. Susan "Susie or Sue" Matilda5 MILES, b. 16 July 1850
in W. Feliciana Parish LA;d. 01 Apr 1918 Bertram, Burnet Co
TX. She married 11 Feb 1874 in W. Feliciana Parish, LA, James Carmichael KING, son of John Lewis King and Elizabeth BARTON.
note: James C. King served in the Civil War with Co I, 2nd TX CAV, Green's Brigade. After the war, he lived in Louisiana for several years, during which time he met Susan Miles. They returned to his family home in Texas in 1877.
 
Children were:

Eva6, born 6 Jul 1876 in West Feliciana Parish,LA;
deceased 6 Nov 1952 in Burnet Co TX. 

Watkins6 , born 4 Feb 1878 in Burnet Co. TX;
deceased Nov 1933 in AZ.

Tecumseh6 "Nick", born 13 Dec 1879 in Burnet Co. TX; deceased Aug 1945 NM.

Ben L.6 , born 20 Mar 1880 in Burnet Co. TX; deceased 8 Jan 1949 Karnes Co TX. Ben was County Attorney for Burnet Co. for many years.

Delilah6 "Lida" born 25 Jul 1883 in Burnet Co. TX.

6 Lillie Rose6

Clarabel6 , born 4 Jul 1888 in Burnet Co. TX; deceased
 26 Oct 1952 in Burnet Co. TX.

Grace6 , born 6 Nov 1890 in Burnet Co. TX.


 
Generation 6
 
6. Lillie Rose King, b. 04 Jan 1886 in Bertram, Burnet Co TX; d
June 1958 in Lampasas, Lampasas Co TX. She married 15 Nov 1903 in Burnet Co TX, Robert Walter REED, son of Samuel Newton Reed and Mary Catherine CONNER.

Children were:
 
James C.7
Claudia7
Sue Lee7
Robert Miles7, died young.
Lola Mae7
Martin Luther7
7  King Samuel7
 
 
Generation 7
 
7. King Samuel Reed, b. 26 Sept 1908 in Bertram, Burnet Co TX; d. Jan 1986 in Liberty Hill, Williamson Co TX.
He married Laura Verna Cox.
note: These are my grandparents.

 

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The following, written in script, possibly from a church newsletter,was found in the Bible of Delilah's granddaughter, Lillie Rose King Reed.

Obituaries

Sister Delilia Miles, nee Bundick, wife of Deacon B.F. Miles, died at her residence on Raccourci Island, near Williamsport, Point Coupee parish, La. On the second day of March, 1877. Sister Miles was sixty-six years of age. She was married to Bro. Miles March 15th, 1832, was baptized by Eldr John OQuinn into the fellowship of Calvary baptist church in the month of November 1822 and was a zealous and faithful member of the Fairview Baptist church at the time of her death.
Sister Miles was widely known and everyone loved her. Her cares and afflictions were many, but in the midst of them all, she was patient

The remainder of the obit is lost, having come apart where it had been folded for so many years. Although Delilah was a member of the Fairview Baptist Church at the time of her death, she is buried in the cemetery of St. Stephens Episcopal Church in Point Coupee Parrish, LA.

This obituary for Sue Miles King appeared in the Burnet (TX) Bulletin on April 2nd, 1918 :

MRS. J.C. KING DEAD

The entire community was deeply shocked Monday night when it was learned that Mrs. J.C.King was dead. Very few of our people even knew that she was ill. She was sick only three or four days. The body was interred Tuesday afternoon in the Mt. Zion Cemetery, seven miles east of Burnet. The funeral service was conducted by Elder Morgan Morgans, Christian minister, of which church decedent had been
a consistant member for many years. A very large number of sorrowing relatives and friends were present to pay their last act of respect to the departed dead.
Deceased is survived by her husband, J. C. King, and eight children, as follows :
Mrs Lon Gotcher of Falfurrias, Watkins King of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Tecumseh King of El Paso, Mrs. F.W. Jennings of Bertram, Mrs. Bob Reed of Bertram, Ben, Misses Clara and Grace of Burnet. At the time of her death Mrs.King was in her sixty-eighth year. She was married to J. C. King on the
11th day of February, 1874, in Louisiana, the state of her nativity. They moved to Burnet County in 1879, and a short time thereafter settled on the head of South Gabriel, in the Mt. Blanc neighborhood, where they resided until a few years ago, when they moved to Burnet, where they have since been living with the exception of a few years spent in South Texas.
Decedent possessed a mind of unusual brilliancy, which with a splendid education,made her one of the most interesting women it has ever been the good fortune of this writer to be associated with. She has many friends in every section of Burnet county who sincerely mourn her death. The heart-broken husband and children have the sympathy of all in this, the greatest hour of bereavement any of them have ever before been called upon to suffer.