In about 1830 Lydia married George McCollum. They both appear as original landowners in Fayette County, Alabama. Lydia and George moved to Tippah County with the rest of the Box Family in about 1838.
George and Lydia McCollum and family (at least 1 son & 3 daughters) can be found in the 1840 Tippah County, MS census and 1845 Tippah, Mississippi State Census. From George McCollum's probate paper's in Henderson County, Texas, five children are known: Mary, Martha, Melissa, George, and William.
In 1874, Clarkey Carpenter Box, gives information to the LDS church stating she has a sister-in-law by the name of Lydia Box, who was born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Clarkey also mentioned a niece, Martha McCollum, who would be one of the daughters of Lydia and George McCollum.
Lydia Box McCollum and her husband, George McCollum, sued her brother, Grief Johnson Box, over the mishandling of their father, Michael Box's, estate. Below are the first two pages of the 1847 Mississippi Supreme Court Case, McCullom vs Box. The complete case can be found online at Google Books.
By about 1851, Lydia and her husband, George, had moved to Henderson County, Texas. Lydia's brother, Thomas Box lived in Henderson County, Texas at that same time. Any additional information on this family would be appreciated.
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