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James Jefferson Bateman
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Birth: Jun. 21, 1836
Georgia, USA
Death: Jul. 21, 1900
Canton
Van Zandt County
Texas, USA

James Jefferson Bateman was the 4th son and the 5th and last child of John Bateman and Rachael Churchill Bateman. He married Sarah Ann Barber Bateman, the 1st daughter and the 1st child of John Barber and Dicey Alford Barber, on Jun 29, 1856 in Rusk Co., TX. They had 5 sons and 3 daughters.
In 1859, Sarah's father, John, gave her fifty acres of land. Jim bought an additional fifty-two and a half acres from John Barber. In 1883 Jim and Sarah decided to move to Van Zandt Co. They purchased three hundred acres of land near the Highland and Index communities. Index is now Willow Springs. All the children except the last two were born in Van Zandt Co.
James Jefferson Bateman was my paternal great-great-grandfather.
Jean (Bateman) Wallace
Bateman Family History  
 
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 Spouse:
  Sarah Ann Barber Bateman (1837 - 1906)
 
 Children:
  John Daniel Bateman (1857 - 1928)*
  James Jefferson Bateman (1859 - 1931)*
  William Elonzo Bateman (1862 - 1931)*
  Moses Clabern Bateman (1867 - 1956)*
  Lee Washington Bateman (1869 - 1947)*
  Sarah E. Bateman Hall (1874 - 1929)*
  Dicy Inez Bateman Martin (1877 - 1952)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Myrtle Springs Cemetery
Myrtle Springs
Van Zandt County
Texas, USA
 
Created by: Jean Wallace
Record added: Aug 21, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15457709
James Jefferson Bateman
Added by: Jean Wallace
 
James Jefferson Bateman
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