George L Tackett (1830-65)

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As "Edmond P G Tackitt of Phillips County", his brother, entered 160 acres by Cash Entry, at SE S28-T6S-R2W.  This document is marked Cancelled and has other writing across it that I can't make out.  This land touches George's at the Southwest corner.  Per [http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?rank=0&gsfn=&gsln=Tackett&sx=y&f23=AR&f3=Phillips&f4=&f13=&rg_81004011__date=&rs_81004011__date=0&gskw=&prox=1&db=1860usfedcenancestry&ti=0&ti.si=0&gl=&gss=IMAGE&gst=&so=3 this 1860 census enumeration] Edmond was born about 1839.
 
As "Edmond P G Tackitt of Phillips County", his brother, entered 160 acres by Cash Entry, at SE S28-T6S-R2W.  This document is marked Cancelled and has other writing across it that I can't make out.  This land touches George's at the Southwest corner.  Per [http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?rank=0&gsfn=&gsln=Tackett&sx=y&f23=AR&f3=Phillips&f4=&f13=&rg_81004011__date=&rs_81004011__date=0&gskw=&prox=1&db=1860usfedcenancestry&ti=0&ti.si=0&gl=&gss=IMAGE&gst=&so=3 this 1860 census enumeration] Edmond was born about 1839.
 
As "Mount Etna Tackett of Phillips County", this man possibly their father, entered 80 acres by Cash Entry, at E1/2SW S21-T6S-R2W. This land sits a quarter-section above E P's land, but a year later in 1861, Mount Etna came back and bought that intermediate quater-section as well.
 
 
In 1860 [http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1860slaveschedules&f12=5300+101+&hid=hh&dt=household&hco=1000 Mount Etna Tackette] in Lagrew township, Arkansas County owned 5 slaves.
 
 
Could this man, possible father of these two boys be that [http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&db=arcen%2c&rank=0&tips=0&=%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c%2c&gsfn=Mount&gsln=Tackett&sx=y&gs1co=1%2cAll+Countries&gs1pl=1%2c+&year=&yearend=&sbo=0&ufr=0&wp=4%3b_80000002%3b_80000003&srchb=r&prox=1&ti=0&ti.si=0&gss=angs-d&fh=0&recid=60420&recoff=2+4 Mount Etna Tacket] who is on the Tax List in 1838 in Mooney Township, Phillips County ?
 
  
 
Many years after George's death, his three surviving children file a lawsuit against E P G Tackett, et al claiming mismanagement of the estate. E P G Tacket had been the administrator.  The lawsuit dragged on for several years, and contains several depositions.  In one of these, a Emily Honeywell, age 41 at 11 Nov 1884, states that "George was my uncle".  In 1880 Emma Honeywell is living, as a widow in Arkansas County, and in 1860 "Emly Tackett" age 20, born AR is living in the household of "E M Tackett" at De Witt.
 
Many years after George's death, his three surviving children file a lawsuit against E P G Tackett, et al claiming mismanagement of the estate. E P G Tacket had been the administrator.  The lawsuit dragged on for several years, and contains several depositions.  In one of these, a Emily Honeywell, age 41 at 11 Nov 1884, states that "George was my uncle".  In 1880 Emma Honeywell is living, as a widow in Arkansas County, and in 1860 "Emly Tackett" age 20, born AR is living in the household of "E M Tackett" at De Witt.

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