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Martha Munson Orr, his niece, was the daughter of his brother, Micajah Munson. Munson’s occupation is listed as “sugar boiler.” A later article in the Texas Historical Quarterly describes Jesse Munson as “the best sugar maker in Brazoria County.” He had undoubtedly learned the art of sugar-making in Louisiana during his twenty-one years there.During the time that he stayed with the Munson family at Oakland Plantation, he likely helped with the sugar-making there and at neighboring plantations before going on to the Orr household in Liberty County.
She reported that when it was necessary for her to make a trip to Houston, Uncle Jesse stayed with the children. Susan Hughes was the former Susan Stringfellow, who had been married earlier to Allen Harrison and to Joseph Hughes.They started filming Season 3 of the drama this past July, which films in the Windy City.PHOTOS: Costar couples The twosome didn't just spend alone time during their trip to NYC.Munson “because Munson had improved the property.” Avoyelles Parish lies just to the east of Rapides Parish and a short distance west of Wilkinson County, Mississippi.Micajah’s land was on the northeast side of Bayou Boeuf not far from the Pearce Plantation and Cheneyville.Jesse died on 22 March 1890 in Quitman, Arkansas, and Lutitia followed in death on 22 August 1891.
Off-camera, meanwhile, Bush and Soffer reportedly split this past June after nearly a year of dating.
This also indicates that Micajah moved from South Carolina to Mississippi with his father and was raised there.
The next record of Micajah is September 21, 1818, when Pierre La Borde sold “land and crop” in Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana, to Micajah B.
Jesse’s mother, Elizabeth van Hooser, was born in 1790 and died after 1850. 1764 – 5 April 1831) and her mother was Margaret Huffman (Hoofman) (c. These parents were of German origin and have a long pedigree that can be traced as far back as 1503.] Jesse listed his occupation as farming and claimed real estate valued at $150. Francois County, Missouri, with Jesse’s brother William Carroll Williams and their sister Nancy Williams Bennett (who had married George W. William (Jesse’s brother) remained in Missouri, but in 1858 Jesse and Lutitia and Nancy and George Bennett moved on to Van Buren County, Arkansas (part of Van Buren County later became Cleburne County).
The 1860 census lists Jesse as a farmer with real estate valued at $300 and a personal estate valued at $125. Lutitia and Jesse remained in Van Buren / Cleburne County for the rest of their lives and can be found there on the 1870 census and 1880 census.
Soffer, meanwhile, flew to Boston to do more promotion for the show.