148. James McCuistion276 was born in 1815 in Coffee County, Tennessee.277,278,279 He served in the military in 1841 in Texas.110 James served in Robertson Battalion, formed to help protect the independent state of Texas. Between 1850 and 1860 he was a farmer in Robertson County, Texas.278,279 James owned real estate valued at $3000 in 1850 in Robertson County, Texas.279 He appeared in the census on 27 October 1850 in Robertson County, Texas.279 He Trustee of Camp Creek Cemetery in 1860 in Robertson County, Texas.277 James died in 1864 at the age of 49 in Robertson County, Texas.277 He has reference number RM 392. LBM 82-362 James was married and reportedly a widower in 1850, he and his children are listed in the 1850 census for Texas. James was with his brother, Joshua, in Robertson County, Texas in 1850.
James McCuistion and Martha Dabney were married before 1838.280 Martha Dabney was born in Georgia.280 She died before 1844 in Texas.280,281 She was buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, Franklin, Robertson County, Texas.281
James McCuistion-392 and Martha Dabney-23392 had the following children:
James McCuistion and Cresia "Crecey" Tally were married on 23 July 1852 in Robertson County, Texas.282,283 James and Cresia were married by a minister of the gospel greeting. They282,283 appeared in the census on 24 June 1860 in Robertson County, Texas.278 Cresia "Crecey" Tally274 was born about 1815 in Tennessee.278,282 She has reference number RM 11693. There is a handwritten note, by George K. McCuistion, in Leona's book, that lists James's wife as Creasia Talley. The date of birth can not be read.
James McCuistion and Cornelia Ann Griffin were married in Robertson County, Texas.280 Cornelia Ann Griffin (private).