|Birth: ||Dec. 5, 1845|
|Death: ||May 26, 1898|
A prominent Coushatta planter; the deceased was not only a very extensive and prominent planter of his district, but was the owner of the very extensive cotton oil mill which is situated in the neighborhood of Coushatta.
A native of Mississippi; moved to Red River 48 years ago.
Son of W.W. Armistead, a prominent cotton planter.
Married first to Miss Susie Longmeyer, who died 15 years later.
Married second to Miss Jennie Butler, a close relative of Governor Moore.
Survived by his wife and two brothers, W.W. Armistead and A.J. Armistead.
Served in Co. A, 12th Louisiana Infantry - Private, Confederate Army, Civil War
William Westwood Armistead (1803 - 1875)
Mary Lucretia White Armistead (1822 - 1862)
Susan Quarles Longmeyer Armistead (____ - 1883)
Franklin Lafayette Armistead (1831 - 1917)**
Laura Armistead Lea (1836 - 1905)**
James Westwood Armistead (1843 - 1924)*
Thomas R. Armistead (1845 - 1898)
William Wilchia Armistead (1849 - 1902)*
Kate C. Armistead Reese (1853 - 1888)*
Anthony J. Armistead (1854 - 1929)*
Plot: T.R. Armistead tomb - Section 76, Lot 14
Created by: Barbara Munson
Record added: May 27, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70466358