James Henry TATE Nathan BULLARD William M BULLARD Matilda Elizabeth BULLARD Arthur Hampton BULLARD Henry BULLARD Franklin W GLANTON Robert F GLANTON Emma L GLANTON Charles E GLANTON Mary Elizabeth TATE Isaac Jerome TATE Eliza Jane TATE Elizabeth TETER Mini tree diagram
Martha Ann TATE

Martha Ann TATE1,5,2,3,4,6

18671,2,3,4 - 19064

Life History

1867

Born in Texas.1,2,3,4

4th Oct 1881

Married Nathan BULLARD in Parker County, Texas.14,4

17th Mar 1884

Birth of son William M BULLARD in Texas.7,2,8

3rd Aug 1887

Birth of daughter Matilda Elizabeth BULLARD in Texas.7

1st Sep 1889

Birth of son Arthur Hampton BULLARD in Aledo, Parker, Texas.7

31st Jul 1890

Death of Nathan BULLARD in Parker County, Texas.10,12,13,4

7th Sep 1892

Birth of son Henry BULLARD in Stephenville, Erath, Texas.9,10,2,11

23rd Jun 1895

Married Franklin W GLANTON in Erath County, Texas.2,6

14th Mar 1896

Birth of son Robert F GLANTON in Texas.15,2

Sep 1897

Birth of daughter Emma L GLANTON in Texas.2

2nd Sep 1899

Birth of son Charles E GLANTON in Erath County, Texas.2,16,15

1906

Died in Parker County, Texas.4

1906

Buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Huckabay, Erath County, Texas.4

Notes

  • A descendant Wanda Tate Cox sent me information on the Tate and Teterfamilies.  Wanda tells us that Elizabeth Teter first married William JA Watkins, and they had 4 children.  They lived in Palo Pinto County,Texas.  Their children were Sarah, E D (girl) and twins William andJames.

    After William's death, she married James Henry Tate and they also had4 children, whom I show in this genealogy.  They lived in ParkerCounty, Texas.  Martha Ann Tate was the first child born to thismarriage.  Martha Ann was born in Parker County, Texas, west of FtWorth.  She is reported in the 1870 census as 3 years old.

    1870 Federal Census, Parker County, Texas, 22 August, Precinct 2, POFort Worth (Tarrant Co), page 55, Hse/Fam #404
    J H Tate 44 M W Farmer $250 Real Estate $400 Personal born Georgia [babt 1826]
    Elizabeth Tate 32 F W born Illinois [b abt 1838]
    Martha [Tate] 3 F W born Texas [b abt 1867]

    In the 1880 census, Martha Ann is the oldest child still living withher father, who is now a widower.

    1880 Federal Census, Parker County, Texas, 1 July, Precinct 2,District 136, page 53, Hse/Fam #436
    Henry Tate 50 W M Farmer [widower] MO Unknown Unknown [b abt 1830]
    Martha Tate 13 W F Daughter TX MO Illinois [b abt 1867]

    Martha's first husband was Nathan Bullard, who died in 1890.  In 1895she married Franlin W Glanton.

    At first the only Martha Glanton I could find was the slightly youngerMartha A Glanton who is enumerated in the household of Jame ToliverJackson in Parker County.  Martha A Tate Bullard herself was alreadywidowed and remarried by the year 1900.  She has a son named Carley,who could be taken for Charley.

    1900 Federal Census, Parker County, Texas, 6 June, Justice Precinct 1,District 64, page 3A, Hse/Fam #46
    Jackson, James T  Head W M  Mar 1872  28 Married 1 year TX TX GA FarmLaborer Can't read or write Rents Farm
    Jackson, Eliza J  Wife W F  Mar 1874  24 Married 1 year TX GA GA Canread and or write
    Glanton, Martha A Boarder [Sister-in-law] W F May 1867  33 Widowmarried 7 years  6 children (no report of any dead children) TX GA GAVisitor Can't read or write
    Glanton, Carley (Charley) Boarder [nephew-in-law] W M May 1899  1  TXTX TX

    Her identification as a sister-in-law of James Jackson seems at firstto identify her as the sister of his wife Eliza Jane Tate.  Eliza JaneTate's sister Martha Tate Glanton's sister, whose middle initial wasalso A.  The birth states of the individual and the parents were alsothe same here for Eliza and Martha.  Further, this son Carley was 1year old, which matches the birth of Charles W Glanton in 1899.  So itseemed obvious that this was Martha, widow of Frank.

    But the expected age for Martha A Tate Bullard Glanton in 1900 wouldbe about 36 or 37.  Then Carley could be a different name instead ofan error for Charley.

    Frank and Martha were reported in the 1900 census a little fartherwest in Stephenville, Erath County, Texas, with all the expectedchildren including Martha's Tate son Charles W and her other children. I am not clear on just who the other Martha A and Carley are.

    1900 Federal Census, Erath County, Texas, 20 June, Justice Precinct 1,District 64, page 19B, Hse/Fam #331
    Glanton, Frank W  Head W M  Mar 1841  49 Married 5 years GA SC SCFarmer Can read or write Owns Farm
    Glanton, Martha A  Wife W F  Oct 1862  37 Married 5 years 8 children/7living TX IL IL Can read and or write
    Glanton, Robert F Son W M Mar 1896  4  TX GA TX
    Glanton, Emma L Daughter W F Sept 1897  2 TX GA TX
    Glanton, Charles W Son W M Sept 1899  8mos  TX GA TX
    Bullard, William Step-son W M May 1884  16  TX IL IL
    Bullard, Henry Step-son W M Sept 1892  7  TX IL IL

    Martha was buried next to her first husband in Huckaby, Erath County,Texas.

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    Martha Ann Tate Bullard Glanton
    Birth 1867
    Death 1906

    Spouse Nathan Bullard (1861 - 1890)
    Children:
    William M Bullard (1884 - 1958)
    Arthur Hampton Bullard (1886 - 1943)
    Henry B Bullard (1892 - 1956)

    Burial Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Huckabay, Erath County, Texas

    Created by Ken Jones Oct 18, 2007
    --  Find A Grave Memorial #22296200,http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=22296200
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Sources

  • 1. 1870 Federal Census, Parker County, Texas
    • 22 August, Precinct 2, PO Fort Worth (Tarrant Co), page 55, Hse/Fam
  • 2. 1900 Federal Census, Erath County, Texas
    • 20 June, Justice Precinct 1, District 64, page 19B, Hse/Fam #331
  • 3. 1880 Federal Census, Parker County, Texas
    • 1 July, Precinct 2, District 136, page 53, Hse/Fam #436
  • 4. Find a Grave Memorial Registry
  • 5. Wanda Tate Cox, email to Orville Boyd Jenkins, March-July 2008
  • 6. Texas, Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966-2011
  • 7. Ancestry Trees
    • Cindy Moore,
  • 8. Ancestry Trees
    • Stone Family, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/80281/person/570737268
  • 9. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  • 10. 1900 Federal Census, Parker County, Texas
    • 5 June, Precinct 3, District 64, page 2B, Hse/Fam #38
  • 11. Texas Death Certificate
  • 12. Mt Pleasant Cemetery (Erath County, Texas) register
    • Name: Location:http://files.usgwarchives.net/tx/erath/cemeteries/mtpleasant.txt;;
  • 13. Ancestry Trees
    • Stone Family,
  • 14. Texas Marriages, 1851-1900
  • 15. Social Security Death Index
  • 16. 1930 Federal Census, Palo Pinto County, Texas
    • 9 April, Mineral Wells, District 13, page 121B, 475 1101 SE 4th St,

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