1900 she apprently died before the census was taken that year
1880 Worth Co MO, Allen Twp, p 28, 229-235
1870 Worth Co MO, Allen Twp, p 381, 215-215
1860 Vigo Co IN, Nevins Twp, p 639
1850 Vigo Co IN, Lost Creek Twp, 157-162.
1840 Vigo Co IN, Nevins Twp, p 793: Green Parker, 00001.../10001...
1830 Monroe Co IN, Elijah Willoughby: 20001/11001 [all ages are mistaken]
1820 Montgomery Co KY, p 267. Elijah Willoby, 111101/10302
Monroe Co IN Probate record for Elijah Willoughby, 5 Sep 1835, with signature of Greenberry Parker made in Clay Co on 30 Sep 1835. Clay Co IN Deeds, 23 Feb 1839. Vigo Co IN Deeds, 29 Apr 1837. Her parents are proven in her father's probate records.
Shirley Spetman says that Elizabeth smoked a corn-cob pipe.
I have always felt that the Indian connection must be through Greenberry Parker, but a message at genforum about Wyatt/Sparks made me realize that Elizabeth Willoughby's two grandmothers could have been Melungeon. Some WYATT families living in the area of NC/VA/KY/TN/WV in the last 200+ years may belong to a very interesting group of people called MELUNGEONS (muh-LUNGE-uhns - rhymes with dungeons). Some HEALTH problems may be involved with this ancestry. My websites noted below have some general information on the MELUNGEONS themselves and more detailed information on the possible health issues. Please take a look if your WYATT family came from or passed through these areas, or has an Indian grandparent myth which you have been unable to prove, a shipwrecked or adoption story, mentions of Portyghee, Black Dutch/Scot/Irish etc ancestry or is simply one of those brickwall families. There are physical characteristics noted on my site which may help identify descendants., , ,
Text: 1880 US Census, Worth Co MO, Allen Twp, p 28, 229-235. J F Moreland, wm 37 farmer mar, KY KY KY, Rhoda J wf 38, wife, keeps house mar, IN SC TN [parents' birthplaces look as though erased, but still legible] cannot write, [5 children], Elizabeth Howard wf 66, mother-in-law wid, can read & write, TN VA VA.
Text: 1870 US census, Worth Co MO, Allen Twp, p 381, 215-215, with James Moreland: Elizabeth Howard 53 wf KY cannot wr [male citizen is marked then crossed out].
Text: 1860 US Census, Vigo Co IN, Nevins Twp, p 639, 1230-1192. Elizabeth Howard 47 f $50 TN, Rhoda J Parker 18 f IN, Margaret E 16 f IN.
Text: 1850 US Census, Vigo Co IN, Lost Creek Twp, 157-162. Elisabeth Parker 37 f TN cannot rd & wr; Mary A 10 f IN in school; Rhoda 9 f IN in school; Margaret Parker 6 f IN in school.
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Date: 11 FEB 2010
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Text: Marriage bond, Fauquier Co VA, Bk 1, p. 213, 19 Oct 1787. Proof of her parentage is implied in her marriage bond where Thomas Thomas Leachman is given as her surety. 1834, Monroe Co IN. Listed as deceased in a sale, Jul 12 1834. Monroe Co IN Probate records, 5 Sep 1835. Sale of land by heirs, Monroe Co IN, 1835.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Elizabeth by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Elizabeth: