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Notes for Jinsy Butler

Citizen of the Republic of Texas. Buried in the Bittick Cemetery located on CR209, west of Andice, Texas. [see Cemeteries and Tombstones]
Jincey Butler Bittick Census Enumerations:
1870 - unable to locate
Also see photo of Jonathan & Jinsy
Courtesy of Dorothy L. Miller:
See Other Documents--Biographical article on Joseph Butler Langley Bittick, A Memorial and Biographical History of the Counties of Merced, Stanislaus, Calaveras, Tuolumne and Mariposa, California, The Lewis Publishing Company, 1892

JOSEPH B. L. BITTICK, one of the oldest settlers now living in Stanislaus county, and a pioneer of California, was born in Shelby county, Texas, June 29, 1828. His parents were Jonathan and Jane (Butler) Bittick, the father born in Tennessee, of Welsh ancestry, and the mother a native of Georgia. They were married in Arkansas, and went to Texas under the Austin treaty. The maternal grandfather of our subject, George Butler by name, was one of the leading men of that section of the country, having been appointed as one of the Government Commissioners to pass upon the head rights under the treaty with Mexico, and having also been a member of the Texas Senate. [Note: George Butler was not a member of the "Senate". He was a delegate to the first and second Conventions of Texas in 1832 and 1833, before there was a senate in Texas.]

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