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Sarah Stockton Ince
Birth: Nov. 13, 1810
Clinton County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Oct. 28, 1882
Derden
Hill County
Texas, USA

Sarah was a daughter of John and Lucretia Stockton of Stockton's Valley, Kentucky. John is mentioned in the 1825 deed that names the heirs of "Smith Creek" John Stockton. "30th day of May in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and twenty five . . . John Stockton . . . of the County of Overton and State of Tennessee . . . all heirs of John Stockton deceased . . . two hundred acres of land, lying in Cumberland County aforesaid, on Smiths Creek"

Sarah Stockton married William McCammett Ince in Overton County, Tennessee in about 1825. William was born 30 Sep. 1802 in Rowan, Mecklenburg or Cabarrus County, North Carolina and was a son of John and Agnes (nee Campbell) Ince.

William and Sarah Ince:
ca 1825 married in Overton County, TN
1833 Lawrence County, Arkansas
1835 Union County, Illinois
1840 Taney County, Missouri
1850 Wright County, Missouri
1850s Webster County, Missouri
1860 Hill County, Texas
1870 Hill County, Texas
1880 Hill County, Texas

In 1855 Webster County was cut from Wright County, Missouri.

William and Sarah's children:

John Wilson Ince, 7 Aug 1826, TN
James Madison Ince, 18 Sep 1828, TN
George Washington Ince, 13 Nov 1830, TN
Campbell M. Ince, 28 May 1837, TN
Margaret Isabell Ince, about 1841, MO
Francis Marion Ince, 13 Jan 1843, MO
Mary Agnes Ince, about 1845, MO
Sarah Jane Ince, 22 May 1847, MO
Mary Elizabeth Ince, 22 Nov 1850, MO

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Headstones

SARAH
WIFE OF
Wm. M. INCE
BORN
NOV. 13, 1810
DIED
OCT. 28, 1882

Wm. M. INCE
BORN
SEPT. 30, 1802
DIED
JAN. 19, 1885

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HISTORIC TEXAS CEMETERY
TEXAS HISTORICAL COMMISSION

DERDEN CEMETERY

THIS BURIAL GROUND WAS ALREADY IN USE WELL BEFORE THE LOCAL SETTLEMENT OF BRUSHY KNOB TOOK THE NAME OF DERDEN AROUND 1881. THE EARLIEST MARKED GRAVE IS THAT OF YOUNG ELIZABETH MOBLEY (1851-1858), BUT OLDER UNMARKED GRAVES LIKELY EXIST. KNOWN TO HAVE ARRIVED HERE IN THE MID-1850s WERE MEMBERS OF THE INCE FAMILY, INCLUDING GEORGE WASHINGTON INCE (1830-1906) AND WIFE SARAH ANN PARALEE CALVERT INCE (1833-1912), WHO HELPED DEVELOP THE AREA. MANY OF THEIR DESCENDANTS, AS WELL AS THOSE OF OTHER PIONEER FAMILIES SUCH AS THE BLACKSHEARS, KIMBERLINS, RUSSELLS, STOCKTONS, AND WHITES, ARE LAID TO REST HERE.

HISTORIC TEXAS CEMETERY - 2001

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My thanks to Faye Reynolds and Nita Reed who have both done a great deal of research on William and Sarah (nee Stockton) Ince.

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Family links: 
 Parents:
  John Stockton (1785 - 1835)
  Lucretia Daniel Stockton (1788 - ____)
 
 Spouse:
  William McCammett Ince (1802 - 1885)
 
 Children:
  John Wilson Ince (1826 - 1907)*
  George Washington Ince (1830 - 1906)*
  Campbell Ince (1837 - 1920)*
  Frances Marion Ince (1842 - 1919)*
  Sarah Jane Ince Blackshear (1847 - 1934)*
  Elizabeth Mary Ince Blackshear (1850 - 1927)*
 
 Siblings:
  Thomas Stockton (1805 - 1864)*
  Margaret Stockton (1807 - ____)*
  Sarah Stockton Ince (1810 - 1882)
  Rachel Stockton Gilmore (1811 - 1900)*
  John Stockton (1812 - ____)*
  Jackson Stockton (1820 - 1848)*
  Elliot Stockton (1822 - 1860)*
  Malinda Jane Stockton Eden (1826 - 1907)*
  Mary Ann Stockton Goodnight (1826 - 1908)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Derden Cemetery
Derden
Hill County
Texas, USA
 
Created by: Jerry Stockton
Record added: Aug 29, 2009
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