South Carolina, USA
|Death: ||Jul. 4, 1858|
William Cissaro Booth was born in Darlington District, SC c. 1804. He married Missouri Bullard c. 1826 and they were the parents of twelve children.
"IN OLD CALHOUN"
Brief history of one of Arkansas oldest communities compiled 1929-30, published 1930, by Fletcher Chenault.
THE BOOTH FAMILY, By Miss Audna and B. F. Booth
"William Booth came to Arkansas from Alabama in 1852, with his wife and twelve children---nine sons and three daughters. The sons were John, Charles D., Thomas J., Walter S., William H., A. J., George W., D. R., and James F. The daughters were Matilda, Nancy, and Mary. There were a number of grandchildren.
They first located in Ouachita County, where they remained for a year or two. From there they came to Columbia County.
All the boys except James served in the Confederate Army, and James was at Camden on his way to the war when it ended. Two boys returned each minus an arm, and one's back was broken in service, but all returned alive.
James Booth was born October 1846 in Alabama and died October 12, 1912; George W. Booth was born in March 1840 and died August 1919; Charles D. Booth was born March 13, 1829 and died June 1898; Walter S. Booth was born May 1835 and died in April 1922."
Missouri Bullard Booth (1807 - ____)
John Luther Booth (1826 - 1889)*
Charles Dawson Booth (1829 - 1898)*
Nancy Etta Booth Rogers (1834 - 1895)*
Thomas Jefferson Booth (1836 - 1889)*
Derensellear R. Booth (1844 - 1886)*
Little Flock Primitive Baptist Church
Created by: Lee Crockett
Record added: Jan 11, 2009
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