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James Beverly "Jim" Borroum
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Birth: Apr. 19, 1830
Greenville County
South Carolina, USA
Death: Jun. 26, 1867
New Orleans
Orleans Parish
Louisiana, USA

He was partners in the cattle business with James Monroe Choate, taking many a herd up the trail to Kansas. Mr. Choate had his partner's body shipped back to Goliad so he could be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Peterson Borroum (1807 - 1845)
  Lavinia Tucker Kilgore Borroum (1809 - 1872)
 
 Spouse:
  Ellender Caroline Avent Borroum Choate (1830 - 1903)*
 
 Children:
  Peterson Borroum (1849 - 1920)*
  Benjamin Avent Borroum (1853 - 1929)*
  James Henry Borroum (1860 - 1935)*
  Jesse Thomas Borroum (1862 - 1923)*
 
 Siblings:
  James Beverly Borroum (1830 - 1867)
  William Riley Borroum (1831 - 1892)*
  Nancy Keziah Borroum Malone (1833 - 1880)*
  Willis Higdom Borroum (1838 - 1862)*
  Andrew Jackson Borroum (1842 - 1897)*
  Margaret Pamelia Borroum Johns (1844 - 1940)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Oak Hill Cemetery
Goliad
Goliad County
Texas, USA
Plot: D-V-3
 
Created by: Tom Denham
Record added: Aug 11, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 5035983
James Beverly Jim Borroum
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James Beverly Jim Borroum
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Your death in the St.Charles Hotel in New Orleans was a great loss to your family and friends and to the Goliad comunity, I am certain. You are remembered in George Saunders, Trail Drivers of Texas on page 267 and 268. Your old friend, W D H Saunders rem...(Read more)
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