Abner P. Vincent114 was born Abt. 1800 in North Carolina, and died Abt. 1872 in Harrison County, Texas. He married Susan P. W. Vincent on Abt. 1828 in Weakley County, Tennessee.
Notes for Abner P. Vincent: Abner P. Vincent was born about 1800 in the State of North Carolina. Sometime later he moved to Weakley County, Tennessee, where he appears on the 1830 and 1840 census. He married his wife, Susan P.W. Vincent, sometime in the 1820's. Susan was born about 1810, in the state of Virginia. Some of the other Vincents that were heads of households in the 1830 Weakley County Census were Perry Vincent and John M. Vincent. Abner and his wife, Susan, moved their family to Harrison County, Texas. They moved there sometime in the 1840's. They settled in an area known as Ashsprings. Perry Vincent also moved his family to Harrison County, where he died about 1846. Abner and Susan Vincent settled on 240 acres of land, part of the William Watson Survey, in Harrison County, just out of Tatum. I know the names of most of their children. Some of them must have died before reaching adulthood. Some brilliant person who took the 1850 and 1860 Census in Harrison County, Texas only listed the people by initial only. Some of the children. The children I do know are: Mary M., Louisa A., Calvin, Abner P. Jr., Susan P.W., James K. Polk and Sallie. Mary M. Vincent was born in 1829 in Tennessee. She married John M. Sorrelle on September 13, 1849, Harrison County. They had four children: (1) Mary M., (2) Nancy R, (3) Martha A., and (4) Thomas M. Sorrelle. Mary Sorrelle married Andrew Jackson Harmon and their children are: Leander, Lewella, John Edwin, Thomas A., M.A., Onie and Bulah Harmon. Mary and children, M.A. and Orris and Bulah are buried in the Cool Springs Cemetery here in Rusk County. Mary died August 10, 1900. Nancy & Sorrelle married Albert Sawyer and settled in Bell County, Texas. Martha A. Sorrelle married Thomas Doyle and settled in Mason County, Texas. Thomas M. Sorrelle was born 1859 and was last living in Rusk County. Mary M. Vincent Sorrelle died sometime around 1860 or 1861. Louisa A. Vincent was born about 1831 in Tennessee. She married on December 5, 1854, in Harrison County, to William C. Davis. Louisa and W.C. Davis made their home in Rusk County, about three miles south of Henderson, where W.C. (a widower) already had a homestead. They lived in a dog-trot log cabin that stood directly across from the Davis Cemetery. Louisa and W.C. Davis had the following children: James M. (Matt), William Abner, Susan Eudorah Emeline (Dora), Jefferson D., Andrew Jackson, Martha L. and Mary F. Davis. Louisa Vincent David died about 1874 and is buried in the Davis Cemetery. Calvin Vincent, born about 1837, married Tabitha Ford on January 24, 1859. Their children are William and Jefferson Vincent. Calvin was already deceased in the 1870's. Abner P. Vincent Jr. was born about 1840. He joined Co. H, 7th Texas Infantry and was killed on January 9, 1862 at Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Susan P.W. Vincent was born about 1843. She married on February 28, 1870, Harrison Co. Texas to William H. Roden. He died and she married in Rusk County, Texas on November 18, 1888, to V.C. Neeley. She was living in 1910 in the household of Jack Harmon, her niece's husband. Susan had no children and is believed to be buried in the Neeley Cemetery, Rusk Co., Texas, in an unmarked grave. James K. Polk (Jimmy) Vincent was born December 25, 1845. He married in Rusk County, Texas on July 28, 1873, to Elizabeth (Lizzie) Vinson. Their children are: Tom, Turner, John Robertson, Mattie, Abner Shaw and Mack Vincent. Jimmy Vincent died May 4, 1924 and Lizzie died June 27, 1924. They are buried in the Vinson Cemetery, just out of Tatum. For more on their family see the J.K.P. Vincent story in this book. Sallie Vincent was born about 1852. She was 19 years old on the 1870 Census. She must have died shortly thereafter. Abner P. Vincent died in 1872 and Susan died in 1874. When the Estate was settled, E.J. Rogers was the Executor and Patience Rogers was assignee for Susan and J.K.P. Vincent. Susan and Jimmy were the only children of Abner and Susan Vincent that were still alive. Their estate consisted of 240 acres of land in Harrison County, William Watson Survey, seventeen head of cattle, stock hogs (number unknown) and one large wash pot.
More About Abner P. Vincent and Susan P. W. Vincent: Marriage: Abt. 1828, Weakley County, Tennessee.
Children of Abner P. Vincent and Susan P. W. Vincent are:
+Mary M. Vincent, b. Abt. 1829, Tennessee, d. Abt. 1861, Rusk County, Texas.