Sarah Louisa Traylor
b. 6 February 1815, d. 2 August 1865
- Father: Champion Travis Traylor b. 6 February 1770, d. 4 April 1832
- Mother: Sarah Jones b. 1 May 1780, d. 4 April 1847
- Sarah Louisa Traylor was born on 6 February 1815 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia.
- She married James B. Coleman on 23 January 1833 in Perry County, Alabama.
- She married John Hill on 18 October 1836 in Perry County, Alabama, or 25 October.
- John Hill and Sarah Louisa Traylor appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1850 in Union Parish, Louisiana, and also overseer M. J. Cabiness (?), and J. O. H. and (daughter?) Amanda Clack, both born in Mississippi.. Other members of the household included William Traylor Hill, Champion Travis Hill, James Adam Hill, Joseph Reid Hill, Robert Lewis Hill, John Hill, Sarah Ann Hill, Mary Louisa Hill and James Henry Traylor.
- John Hill and Sarah Louisa Traylor appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1860 in Waverly PO, Walker (later San Jacinto) County, Texas. Other members of the household included William Traylor Hill, Champion Travis Hill, Sarah Ann Hill, John Calvin Hill, James Adam Hill, Robert Lewis Hill, Joseph Reid Hill, Mary Louisa Hill and Frank Pickens Hill. Likely James H. Trayor and Sarah C. Traylor are nephew and niece of Sarah Traylor Hill, but from which brother's family is unclear. Also in the household were A. P. Hook, professor of mathematics, and his wife Harriet, and physician W. P. Powell.
- The following appeared on 16 April 1862 in The Tri-Weekly Telegraph:
Ed. Telegraph--I beg to acknowledge the receipt of the following articles, contributed for the Hempstead Hospital, by the ladies of Danville and Waverly, through Mrs. Major Green Wood, of Danville, Montgomery county:
278 lbs. lard, 160 lbs. ham, 40 lbs. soap, 6 doz. candles, 88 lbs. butter, 93 doz. eggs, 2 calico spreads, 2 comforts, 12 mattrasses, 30 sheets, 27 pillows, 40 pillow cases, 40 towels, donated by the following persons:
Mrs. Mayfield, Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. Spiller, Mrs. Sessum, Miss Sarah L. Davis, Mrs. Green M. Wood, Mrs. J. M. Leivi, Mrs. Geo. Redding, Mrs. Major Redding, Mrs. Maj. Green Wood, Mrs. McGarr, Mrs. Charles Abercrombie, Mrs. Tryler, Mrs. Dr. Carr, Mrs. W. B. Scott, Miss Thompson, Mrs. Tabb, Mrs. Richard Williams, Waverly; Mrs. Col. Campbell, do; Mrs. Dr. Campbell, do; Mrs. Dr. Scott, do; Mrs. Col. Jno. Hill, do; Mrs. John C. Abercrombie, do; Mrs. Laura A. Scott, do; Mrs. Wm. B. Wood, Danville; Mrs. Wynne, do; Master Solomon Wood; Major Green Wood's servant[s], 31 doz. eggs; Mrs. Green Wood, cash, $10; Miss Sarah L. Davis, $10; Mrs. Dr. Stewart, $5.
Mrs. C. A. Groce,
Principal Hempstead Hospital.
Hempstead, April 10th, 1862.
- Sarah Louisa Traylor died on 2 August 1865 at age 50 in Waverly, Walker (later San Jacinto) County, Texas.
- Her husband John Hill became a widower at her death.
- She was interred at Waverly Cemetery, Waverly, Walker (later San Jacinto) County, Texas.
- Last Edited: 21 Jan 2016
Family 1: James B. Coleman
Family 2: John Hill b. 1 January 1807, d. 5 June 1879
- William Traylor Hill+ b. 16 August 1837, d. 31 July 1917
- Champion Travis Hill+ b. 6 March 1839, d. 21 January 1901
- Sarah Ann Hill+ b. 19 September 1840, d. 21 November 1904
- John Calvin Hill+ b. 2 November 1842, d. 13 May 1919
- James Adam Hill+ b. 24 July 1844, d. 12 August 1889
- Robert Lewis Hill+ b. 26 March 1846, d. 20 November 1913
- Joseph Reid Hill+ b. 3 June 1848, d. between 1910 and 1919
- John Hill b. circa 1849, d. between 1850 and 1860
- Mary Louisa Hill b. 8 September 1849, d. 2 July 1912
- Frank Pickens Hill b. 21 May 1855, d. 4 May 1923