Rose Dove Dalton and Albert Lee Dalton Homeplace

Rose Dove Dalton and Albert Lee Dalton Homeplace
This house and property belonged to John Ward, Jr At his death he willed the property to his nephew William Ward

Monday, March 21, 2011

Dalton Genealogy Eliza Dalton family

In the 1910 census, they list Annie Brumfield.  That would be Mildred Ann Brumfield.
Carrie Brumfield, Landy Brumfield, that would be Lundy.  New additions are Albert C., Dewey W., Ollie R. Brumfield and Oscar Brumfield.  In this census she said that she had ten children and 9 had survived.  So no children had died in the last ten years because she said in her 1900 census that she had 6 children and five survived and between 1900 and 1910 she had four more children.  In the 1920 census she had two more children Velma and Adell.
So there was Mack, James Morgan, Carrie, Mildred Ann, Lun, Albert C. (Clyde), Dewey, Ollie, Oscar, Velma and Adell.   Dewey was named after Eliza Dalton Brumfield's father Winchester Dalton.  Dewey's name was Dewey Winchester.

The 1850 Federal Census  for Winchester Dalton
David Dalton- 47
Abigail Dalton-31
Mary Dalton-21
Winchester Dalton-18
Patsey Dalton-17
Barilla Dalton-16
Noton Dalton-11
Charles Dalton-5
Lewis Dalton-4

1860 United State Federal Census for Winchester W. Dalton
David Dalton-53
Abigail Dalton-47
Winchester Dalton-24
Charles Dalton-25
Lewis Dalton-12  discrepancy in age.  He should be 14,if the age was correct in 1850.

I am having a little difficulty finding Winchester family in 1870 census.

1880 Federal Census
Winchester Dalton-48
Annie Dalton-39
Robert L. Dalton-14
Eliza C. Dalton-12
Daniel L. Dalton-10
Virginia A. Dalton-8
Joel A. Dalton-6
Albert M. Dalton-4
David B. Dalton-1

1900 Federal Census
Winchester Dalton-68
Annie Dalton-59
Ance Dalton-26
Albert Dalton-24
Books Dalton-21
Edie Dalton-16

Annie Dalton had ten children and in 1900 they were all still living.

1910 Federal Census
Winchester W. Dalton-78
Annie Dalton-70
Joel A. Dalton-35

Winchester Dalton survivor of War Between the States.  Also I found in the Library of Virginia through the Application of Soldier, Sailor or Marine for a Pension that Winchester was in the Ringgold Battery 18th Va. Battalion of Artillery.

Civil War Map Battle fields of Virginia 1861 to 1865.
The Official Virginia Civil War Battlefield Guide
The Civil War in Virginia
Most Hallowed Ground, 1864
50th VIRGINIA, Confederate Civil War Battle Flag

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