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Horatio James Tubb
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Birth: Jul. 30, 1845
Death: Jul. 20, 1915

Horatio was born 30 July 1845 in Summerville, Mississippi, son of Elisha Floyd Tubb and Bethenia Lne Mtchell. He died 20 July 1915 in Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas.
Married Nancy Amanda Tubb.

1880 census Crockett, Houston County, Texas
Horatio Tubb 35 year old Warehouse Keeper
Nancy Tubb 35 year old Keeping House
Aubrey Tubb (son) 11 years at school
Stella Tubb 9 years at school
Lesser Tubb (son) 6 years
Bertha Tubb 4 years

Family links: 
  Elisha Floyd Tubb (1805 - 1862)
  Nancy Amanda Tubb Tubb (1845 - 1934)
  Aubrey Tubb (1869 - 1894)*
  Lesser Woodson Tubb (1874 - 1917)*
  Susan Elizabeth Tubb Reed (1827 - 1865)*
  Cemantha Isabella Tubb Yoe (1830 - 1907)*
  Elisha William Floyd Tubb (1839 - 1847)*
  Horatio James Tubb (1845 - 1915)
  Elisha Floyd Tubb (1850 - ____)*
  Duncan Josiah Tubb (1853 - 1855)*
*Calculated relationship
Odd Fellows Cemetery
Williamson County
Texas, USA
Plot: Division F.
Created by: John Christeson
Record added: Jan 15, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 8281286
Horatio James Tubb
Added by: John Christeson
Horatio James Tubb
Added by: John Christeson
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Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Mar. 31, 2014

- Shirley Lewis Hartley
 Added: Sep. 7, 2011
A Civil War veteran of Company E, 25th Texas Cavalry, CSA. The 25th Cavalry Regiment [also called 3rd Texas Lancers] was organized by C.C. Gillespie early in 1862. The unit was soon dismounted and ordered to Arkansas. Here it was captured in January, 1863...(Read more)
- John Christeson
 Added: Jun. 8, 2011

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