A. Deloach

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Biographical data extracted from Roots Web

Arthur DeLoach was born in North Carolina, probably Northampton County, in about 1822.  He was the son of Turner DeLoach and his wife Rebecca Ann Davis.   Source - 1850 Madison County, Tennessee

Census.  Arthur married Elizabeth Jane Davis on 3 Nov 1846 in Madison County, TN.  Source - Madison County Marriage Records.

  • Arthur and Elizabeth had the following children:
  • Caroline Virginia "Callie" DeLoach, 22 Jun 1848-16 Aug 1911
  • Rowena DeLoach, B. abt 1851
  • Absolom DeLoach, b. abt 1853
  • William Turner DeLoach, 10 Apr 1858-24 Oct 1919
  • John DeLoach, b. 12 Jan 1862
  • Addie L. DeLoach, b. abt 1866

Sources: 1860 Haywood County, TN Census

  • 1870 Lauderdale County, TN Census
  • 1880 Lauderdale County, TN Census
  • Lauderdale County, TN Marriage Records
  • Young School House Cemetery, Bastrop County, Texas

For reasons not yet determined, Arthur DeLoach left his family in Lauderdale County, TN before 1880 and went to Tombstone, Pima County, Arizona.  He was apparently seeking his fortune, because in 1881, he either bought or filed claim to three silver mines.  One of these he named The Tennessee Mine.  He appears twice in the 1880 Pima County, AZ census, once as a member of the Muldoon Mining Camp, and once at his residence in Tombstone (he owned a lot and a cabin on Fremont Street).  In the latter listing, he is shown as 58 years old, he, his father and mother born in North Carolina. 

Arthur died on 18 Jan 1882 in Tombstone, and was buried in the Boothill Cemetery.  The cause of death is unknown.  George Pridham was appointed as the Administrator of his estate.  An inventory of his estate determined that his lot and cabin were valued at $40, a team of horses, harnesses and an old wagon were sold for $112, and the three mines were deemed to have no value. 

The expenses for his burial in Boothill were $73.36.  The expenses for the administration of his estate were $84.40.  There was no mention of a family in his probate records.

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