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Robert Brice McNutt
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Birth: Feb. 3, 1826
Austin County
Texas, USA
Death: Jul. 11, 1860
Austin County
Texas, USA

Robert Brice McNutt was born February 3, 1826 in Maury County, TN and died July 11, 1860 in Kenney, Texas. He married Elizabeth T. Bush March 22, 1849 in Kenney, Austin County, TX, daughter of Zenuz Bush and Martha Brooks. She was born January 14, 1842 in Tennessee or maybe Kentucky, and died July 18, 1901 in Kenney, Texas (buried at Concord Cemetery as Elizabeth Husk).

R. B. McNutt was a Citizen of the Republic of Texas. He has a special insignia on his grave.

According to Myrtle McNutt Rhodes,
--he was born near Globe Creek which was in or near Mooresville, Maury County, TN.
--He was called Brice; some may have called him R. B. McNutt. --In April, 1934, at the age of 8, he came to Texas with his parents.
--An 1850 Austin County census listed Robert B. McNutt (a farmer), 24, Elizabeth 26, and Sarah, 1 month, at one household. Also in the household: August, a 21 year old laborer from Germany (born about 1829).
--Robert Brice McNutt and his wife remained at the old homestead after Major McNutt moved near Hutto. Sempronius soon became a ghost town due to the railroad by-passing it. Robert B.'s family and Elizabeth McNutt Levy's family soon moved to larger towns, Brenham, Bellville, and Chapel Hill (from Williamson...")
--Nathan W. Bush (his wife's brother) sold the land to Robert Brice for $426.65 on February 8, 1853. Description of the land: part of a half league of land granted to John Fitz-Gibbons by the government of Mexico and lying in Austin County on the south side of Piney Creek (more specifics available); 284-1/2 acres.
--He may have died once yellow fever since there was an epidemic in the area around the time that he died.

Robert Brice and Elizabeth Bush McNutt had 5 children.
1. Sarah Jane McNutt April 10, 1850- June 10, 1863 (Buried next to her Father in Montgomery Cemetery) Fatally burned while standing in front of an open fire.
2. Nathan Bush (Nath) McNutt March 24, 1852 - March 30, 1915 (Concord Cemetery)
3. Joseph (Uncle Joe) McNutt September 19, 1854 - January 6, 1940 (Concord Cemetery)
4. Elizabeth (Betty) McNutt January 1, 1857 - April 13, 1933 (El Dorado, Tx)
5. Anna McNutt born May 10, 1860- January 1914

Elizabeth Bush McNutt married Robert A. Husk in 1860 after the death of Robert Brice McNutt.
Family links: 
  Robert McNutt (1785 - 1853)
  Mary Jackson McNutt (1796 - 1867)
  Elizabeth T. McNutt Bush Husk (1824 - 1901)
  Sarah Jane McNutt (1850 - 1863)*
  Nathan Bush McNutt (1852 - 1915)*
  Joseph McNutt (1854 - 1940)*
  Elizabeth McNutt Bailey (1857 - 1933)*
  Anna McNutt Caywood (1860 - 1914)*
  Elizabeth Mercy McNutt Morey (1819 - 1849)*
  Robert Brice McNutt (1826 - 1860)
  Mary Elizabeth McNutt Levy (1830 - 1858)*
  Catherine Jane McNutt Munger (1832 - 1902)*
  Hamilton M McNutt (1838 - 1932)*
*Calculated relationship
Montgomery Cemetery
Austin County
Texas, USA
Maintained by: DeDe
Originally Created by: Gary B. McNutt
Record added: Dec 18, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 5122709
Robert Brice McNutt
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Robert Brice McNutt
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Robert Brice McNutt
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- Monika♥
 Added: Sep. 4, 2011
To my GGG Grandfather, R. B. McNutt...Rest in Peace!!
- DeDe
 Added: Aug. 12, 2011

- Muriel Butler
 Added: Jul. 1, 2011
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