CLEMENT, Andrew 1a

Birth Name CLEMENT, Andrew
Gender male
Age at Death 40 years, 10 days


Andrew served in the Confederate Army in the U.S. Civil War. He was mustered in 5 Aug 1861 and served as a Pvt in the 9th Brigade, Lamar Co. TX, Beat No. 2. This information is recorded on a Muster Roll and Election Return from the Texas State Archives for the Texas Militia, Company for Lamar County, Texas, Beat No. 2, 9th Brigade of the State of Texas; officer selected on 5 Aug, 1861, in Lamar County; company enrolled by T.L. Click; J. J. Martin elected Captain commanding.

His marriage is recorded in the "Lamar County Texas Marriage Records, Book One and Two, 1841-1858."

He is listed on the 1860 Lamar County Federal Census with his wife, Mary, and three sons, J.H., W.A., and T.J. in Precinct 1, Family 200-200, $500/725. Living in Princinct 1, Family 198-198 is his father William with his 2nd wife, Lavina, and four youngest children, H. H. (Hiram Harvey), E. (Ellen), Lydia, and William.

When Andrew died the family must have been living in the Sylvan community as he is buried in the Sylvan Cemetery. Andrew and Mary's son, John, died three years later and is buried beside his father. Sylvan Cemetery is located east of Paris, Texas near the town of Blossom.

1880 Lamar Co. TX Census: Mary Clement 39, TN; Lee Clement 15; Robert 13; Richard 9.

Mary survived her husband by more than twenty years. The family evidently moved from Sylvan communuity to the Shady Grove community located SE of Paris, Texas, about half way between Paris and Deport. When Mary died, she was buried beside her grandmother, Frances McClure, and near her step-mother-in-law, Lavinia Clement, in the Shady Grove Cemetery.


Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth 1833-04-20 AR    
Death 1873-04-30 Lamar Co. TX    

Age: 40y 0m 10d

Burial   Sylvan Cemetery, Lamar Co TX    
Christening   farmer    


Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father CLEMENT, William Wesley18021868
Mother SKAGGS, Elizabeth18141850-08-00
    Sister     CLEMENT, Sarah 1830 after 1850
         CLEMENT, Andrew 1833-04-20 1873-04-30
    Brother     CLEMENT, Abraham 1835-05-00
    Brother     CLEMENT, Hiram Harvey 1837 after 1880
    Sister     CLEMENT, Ellen 1840-08-11 1902-08-06
    Sister     CLEMENT, Lydia 1844-04-00
    Brother     CLEMENT, William 1847-02-20 1917-01-13
    Sister     CLEMENT, Serena 1850 before 1860


Family of CLEMENT, Andrew and MCCLURE, Mary

Married Wife MCCLURE, Mary ( * 1835-04-04 + 1899-07-05 )
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage 1854-10-19 Lamar Co. TX Religious Marriage 2
Name Birth Date Death Date
CLEMENT, John H.1855-08-041876-08-11
CLEMENT, W. A.1857after 1920
CLEMENT, T. J.1859
CLEMENT, Lee1865
CLEMENT, Robert Wesley1866-04-071937-09-08
CLEMENT, Richard1871

Source References

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        ID: I31615
        Name: David SKAGGS
        Sex: M
        Birth: 28 APR 1767 in VA 1
        Death: BEF 12 JUN 1813 in Green Co. KY
        David is mentioned in the Archibald Thompson diary, page 10, where Archibald lists the birth dates of some of the children of Henry and Mary Thompson Skaggs. Mary is Archibald's sister.

        David's name appears on a petition in 1785 for the formation of Russell Co. Virginia. His name also appears on the 1789, 1790, and 1791 Tax Lists of Russell Co. Virginia, living in the upper district. His name also appears in the Russel Co. VA Order Book, p. 153, no date given, "Ordered that James Cumpson, David Skeggs, James Davison be fined according to law for profane swearing."

        David's name appears on the 1793 Nelson Co. KY tax list. He is on the Green Co. KY 1795, 1800, 1805, 1806, and 1811 tax lists. His name is probably listed on the intervening years also, but this writer did not find specific items to verify those years.

        His name appears in various other Green Co. KY records. They includethe following:

        (1) 1793, The governor commissioned the following officers on the 16th Regiment - Frederick and David Skaggs under Lt. John Reynolds.
        (2) September 13, 1796, Order Book, p. 33, Ordered that Richard Dean,Will Vance, John Bryant, John Houchens, David Skaggs, and Joseph Meredith view the nearest and best way from Dyers' crossing at the head of Cloyd's Creek to the Blue Spring Grove, being sworn first before one Justice of Peace and report.
        (3) April 1798, excerpts from the Journal of Governor James Garrard, p. 161, Captains David Skaggs and Solomon Skaggs, ensigns listed.
        (4) Sept. 1799, Order Book, on a motion of David Skaggs, a license is granted him to keep a tavern at his house for 1year from this day and from thence until the next court. He entered into bond with John Hardin according to the law.
        (5) Feb. 19, 1800, Order book, John Smith Sr. is appointed overseer of the road from the ford of Pitman Creek near David Skaggs.
        (6) May 30, 1811, Jesse Roberts and Polly his wife for $550 to David Skaggs in Green Co. on the waters of the North Fork of Pitman, being part of Archer Mathews' survey of 5000 acres.
        (7) Deed Book 6, pages 204-205 in 1811 where it is recorded, "David Skaggs and wife, Peggy, to John Thurman, $1300, north fork of Pitman Creek, 256 acres, eastwardly to the corner of Henry Skaggs' settlement survey, crossing of Skaggs and Barbee's lines, Harrises lines, on the point of a ridge, on the cliff of the north fork of Pitman's Ridge, line of Henry Skaggs' settlement survey. (Signed) David Skaggs, Margaret Skaggs, (herX mark). Acknowledged by David Skaggs and wife, Margaret on 5 Aug 1811. She relinquished dower, Recorded 10 Aug 1811 by John Barrett, DCGC.
        (8) Aug 10, 1811, David Skaggs and Peggy his wife sell to John Thurman on the North Fork of Pitman's Creek 250 acres from Skaggs settlement survey and Barbee lines.
        (9) July 5, 1822, Deed Book 10, p. 480, Henry Skaggs of Gasconade Co.MO appoints Isaac Roberts of Green Co. KY, my lawful attorney, to convey land sold me by Drury Thompson and Jesse Roberts in Green Co.,certain papers to witness a bill of sale from David Skaggs to me for a negro named Bob and also an order for land. This last transaction took place after the death of David.




        Father: Henry SKAGGS b: 08 JAN 1723 in Maryland
        Mother: Mary THOMPSON b: 18 AUG 1739

        Marriage 1 Margaret "Peggy" [SKAGGS] b: ABT 1760 in VA
        Has No Children David SKAGGS b: 1780
        Has Children Mary SKAGGS b: ABT 1780 in Russell Co. VA
        Has Children Henry SKAGGS b: 1785 in VA
        Has No Children Jacob SKAGGS b: 1786 in Russell Co. VA
        Has Children Richard SKAGGS b: 11 JAN 1801 in Green Co. KY
        Has Children John C. SKAGGS b: 1805

        Author: Archibald Thompson
        Title: Diary
        TYPE: Book

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  2. Lamar Co. TX Marriage Book 1