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  1. Andrew Jackson McCuistion: Birth: 13 OCT 1830 in Madison County, Alabama. Death: 17 NOV 1888 in Alto, Cherokee County, Texas

  2. William Samuel McCuistion: Birth: 9 NOV 1832 in Alabama. Death: 2 OCT 1881 in Nacogdoches, Texas

  3. Sarah Elizabeth McCuistion: Birth: 2 JAN 1836 in Nacogdoches, Texas.

  4. Robert Lewis McCuistion: Birth: 5 MAR 1841 in Mississippi. Death: 19 JUL 1862 in Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches County, Texas

  5. James M. McCuistion: Birth: 14 NOV 1844 in Texas.

  6. John Frank McCuistion: Birth: 4 JAN 1847 in Marshall County, Mississippi. Death: 9 JUL 1931 in Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches County, Texas

1. Title:   McCuistion, Miles G. Descendants of James McCuistion
Publication:   30 November 1997
2. Title:   McCuistion, William Thomas Jr. Article written forNacagdochesGenealogy Society Quarterly
3. Title:   McQuiston, Leona Bean. The McQuiston, McCuiston and McQuestenFamilies1620-1937
Author:   McQuiston, Leona Bean
Publication:   Louisville KY: The Standard Press, 1937. Pg 400
4. Title:   McCuistion Genealogy Research Worksheet. The worksheets were senttoand returned from various McCuistion (and variations).Theinformation is directl

a. Note:   for John Meals as an overseer of slaves, two years later he marriedJohn Meals daughter, Mary Ann." Thomas is listed in the 1830 Censusfor Madison County, Alabama.
  The original genealogy lists the date of birth as 23 January 1809.However, in the Bible owned by Mary Meals Summers Mccuistion it iswritten that Thomas McCuistion was born on January 20, 1809.
  Thomas died at the home of his son James M. in Nacogdoches, Texas.
  The 1830 census for Madison County, Alabama, gives Thomas McQuistinand wife both under thirty, one son under five.
  Thomas went to Alabama when he was quite young.
  Thomas moved his family from Alabama to Marshall County, Mississippi,about nineteen miles from Holly Springs. In 1840, he moved to Texas,he preceded his family to Nacogdoches in order to buy land and preparefor the rest to follow. Mary Ann came several months later riding ahorse or mule along with the youngest child and bringing approximately40 slaves with her.
Note:   By way of oral tradition, "Thomas ran away from home and went to work is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.