William Sublett and Mary Sublett m January 15, 1800 in Powhatan Co Virginia listed in Early to 1800 Virginia Marriages, p 797. William (Billy) was Mary Scott's second cousin
William's parents may have been;
Lewis Sublett and Mary Taubie
Married in Bowling Green Kentucky, and moved to Franklin County, Tennessee near Winchester.
By 1820 Census William and Mary were in Franklin County, Tennessee
Male under 10 1 Females under 10 2
10 to 16 1 26-45 1
1830 Census Jackson County, Alabama , p 83a
Male under 5 1 (William) Females under 5 1 Mary
15-20 1 (Andrew) 5-10 1 Martha
40-50 1 10-15 1 Celia
80-90 1 Mary's Mother
Elizabeth Molly Jordan
From Icle Smith record: In the year of 1822, September 18th, the family then moved to Long Hollow near Larkinsville, Jackson County, Alabama and this is where my great grandfather died and was buried in the vicinity of Larkinsville. I've seen his grave and it can be seen today in Billy Robinsons yard in the Long Hollow near Larkinsville. His grave is covered with 6, I believe, big limestone rocks, two running lengthwise, three cross and one broad on top. Rocks seem to be 7 or 8 inches thick or more.
Jackson County Alabama Ancestral Homesteads, compiled by Bill and Sue Tubbs, Jan 2001
p. 75 William Sublett, June 1, 1831, 80.41 acres, W1/2NE1/4, Sec 5, Twn 5S, Range 5E
Benjamin Sublett, June 1, 1831, 80.41 acres, E1/2NE1/4, Sec 5, Twn 5S, Range 5E
James Sublett, August 5, 1837, 40.21 acres, NW1/4SE1/4, Sec 5, Twn 5S, Range 5E
P79 James J. Sublett, October 10, 1840, 40.12 acres, SW1/4NE1/4, Sec 28, Twn 5S, Range 5E
According to Icle Smith: Just prior to John Soloman's birth in 1831, William died. Buried on the Robinson Place, later owned by Mrs. Charles Leslie
Marriage, Deaths and Legal Notices from Early Alabama Newspapers 1819-1893, Pauline Gandrud, 1981, p 296, from The Democrat, Huntsville, Alabama,
January 24, 1833, "Mary Sublett, admin of William Sublett dec'd qualified in Jackson County, August 1832"
p 300, January 23, 1834 "Jackson County Orphans Court, 7 January 1834, Mary Sublette, admin estate Wm Sublette, Dec'd"
p 302, July 30, 1834 "Jackson County, David Bailey on 28 September purchased land from Wm Sublette who has since died without making title; Mary Sublette, the widow, is admin"
September 14, 1999, transcribed by Jane Nichols, Old Stage Coach Station Cemetery is located on Hwy 79, Jackson County, Alabama at the site of the old stagecoach station. The old station has been renovated and the lady that lives there said there are many graves, but only one marked. "William Sublett 1787-1838 Born in VA" This grave is covered with rocks and a rock slab with writing on top of it under a beautiful magnolia tree. It is said that graves of passengers that died on the stage are also buried here. You can find a picture of the old stage station in "A Pictorial Walk Thru Ol' High Jackson" by Walt Hammer at the Scottsboro Public Library.