Huffines, Elizabeth

Birth Name Huffines, Elizabeth
Nick Name Betsy or Polly?
Gender female
Age at Death more than 56 years

Narrative

son Martin in 1910 census said mother was from South Carolina.

daughter Lizzie Davenport Kirby death cert said "Joe Devenport" and "Polly Huffines"
son Sampson death cert said "Joe Davenport" and "Betsy Huffines"

Events

Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth 1824 Tennessee, USA    
Event Note

her son Martin says she is from South Carolina in 1910 Census.

Death after 1880 Jackson, TN    

Parents

Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Huffhines, Williambetween 1790 and 1800before 1850
Mother Smith, Margaretbetween 1790 and 1800before 1840
         Huffines, Elizabeth 1824 after 1880
    Brother     Huffines, Elisha Almar 1826-10-16 1897-01-13
    Brother     Huffines, Daniel Harrison about 1828 after 1880
    Sister     Huffines, Martha C about 1830 before 1900
    Brother     Huffines, William G. 1831 after 1855
    Sister     Huffines, Milly 1837 after 1850
    Sister     Huffhines, Louisa Elizabeth about 1844

Families

Family of Davenport, Joseph and Huffines, Elizabeth

Married Husband Davenport, Joseph ( * 1818-12-25 + 1875-06-05 )
  Narrative

In Joseph's first census appearance 1840 lists 1m<5, 1m20-30, 1f<5 and no wife! So William and Mary could have had a different mother. Sloan researcher thinks Rhoda was his first wife.
http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/SLOAN-SLONE/1998-11/0909982491

Home in 1862: Jackson Co, TN (Civil War Tax Valuation)
Home in 1880: District 3, Jackson, Tennessee (Elizabeth, Ward, Lovenia, Simpson)

note Martin and Sampson are names of Joseph's mother's brothers.

Oct 24, 1874 Probate court authorized 1 year support for the widow Elizabeth Davenport and children:
"Report of the Commishioners appointed at the Oct term of the County Court of Jackson County to lay off and set apart one years support to Elisabeth Davenport and her children, widow of Joseph Davenport, which Report is in the following words and figures (to wit): we find nothing on hand but what is exempt but about five or six hundred lbs of tobacco which are given to said widow and children all of which was done on the 24th Oct 1874. Joel Richardson, James Williams, James Ray, [Carver? illegible]
clerk, Hy Harley"

  Children
Name Birth Date Death Date
Davenport, William1839before 1870
Davenport, Mary Emeline1841-10-151909-12-17
Davenport, Martin S1844-12-021915-07-30
Davenport, Miles Metha1847-12-011921-01-25
Davenport, George18481860
Davenport, Elias Job or Jefferson1849between 1910 and 1920
Davenport, Margret Evaline1853-05-151936-12-11
Davenport, Nancy Elizabeth18551917-11-22
Davenport, Louvina? A1856-04-00before 1910
Davenport, Sampson Alexander1861-02-121919-01-03
Davenport, Wade Henry?1861-03-00