John Breathwaite


Personal and Family Information

John was born on 23 JUL 1811 in England, the son of unknown parents.

He died on 18 JUN 1890 in Benton County, Arkansas.

His wife was Sarah Sharp Dickson, who he married in 1840 in Benton County, Arkansas. They had no known children.


Birth23 JUL 1811
Place: England
Death18 JUN 1890
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Census12 NOV 1850
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Age: 40
Address: Osage, Benton County, Arkansas fam 396, Dickson, James A 30 m merchant Tenn, Mary 25 f Ark, John A 5 m Ark, Hugh S 1 m Ark fam 398, Breathwaite, John 40 b England, Sarah, 32 Ten, Robert 14 Ark, George 6 Ark, Mary 4 Ark, Martha 2Ark fam 399 Dickson, Mary 45 f tenn, Robert 19 m Ark, Nancy 18 f Ark, John, 13, m Ark , Joseph, 11, m Ark, Ephraim 9 m Ark, George 7 m Ark 402 Clark family and Robert Dickson 19 m Tenn 403 James Holmes 44 Georgia and family 404 Samuel Black 30 Ten and family 406 J D Dickson 43 Ten and family
Census30 JUN 1880
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Age: 68
Address: Osage Township, Benton County, Ark fam 463 Braithway, William wm 29 married farmer, born Ark, father England, mother Tenn “ Sophronie wf 28 wife, Francis wf 5 dau, not named 2/12 son fam 464 Braithway, John mw 68, married farmer born England, f & m England “ Sarah wf 61, wife born Tenn, f & m Tenn “Walker, Sarah wf 22 daugher, born Ark f England, mother Tenn “ John F wm 23, son in law farmer, b Ark, f & m Tenn
BurialJUN 1890
Place: Benton County, Arkansas
Address: Wood Cemetery, Little Flock, Benton County Find A Grave Memorial# 18918364




Note 1

John Braithwaite married Sarah S Dickson in 1840 in Benton County, Arkansas. They were the parents of at least eight children


John Braithwait aged about 78 year. John died at his residence northwest of this city on Wednesday Jun 18 1890 of heart troubles. "Uncle Johnny" as he was called by all who knew him, had been with us a long, long time and there was no one better liked or more highly respected than he. His remains were buried in the Woods grave yard east of the city. We will endeavor to get an appropriate obituary by our next issue.