Names with links have photographs.

1  James P. Motley (1787-abt 1852)
    2  Mary Ann Motley Robertson (1820-1878) & Allen Jordan Robertson (1828-1905)
        Mary Ann is buried in Darian Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, near Daviston, 
        Tallapoosa County, Alabama; A. J. is buried in Corn Hill Cemetery, Jarrell, Williamson County, Texas
    Sarah John Motley Hopkins (1821-1904) & Dennis Sheffield Hopkins (1819-1917)
        Waelder City Cemetery, Waelder, Gonzales County, Texas
       
Elizabeth Parker Hopkins (1801-1881)  Mother of Dennis Sheffield Hopkins
       
Jeddo Cemetery, Bastrop County, Texas
    2  Coleman Pendleton Motley (1823-1885) & Hester Ann Perkins Motley (1823-1908)
        Daviston Baptist Church Cemetery, Daviston, Tallapoosa County, Alabama
        (graves relocated from Motley Family Cemetery)
        
Louisiana Antinette Motley Williams Cotney (1845-1922) & 
             William Arnold "Billy" Cotney  (1845-1924)
             Daviston Baptist Church Cemetery, Daviston, Tallapoosa County, Alabama
         3  Martha Ann Motley Cotney (1847-1931) & Daniel Moses Cotney (1849-1922)
             Daviston Baptist Church Cemetery, Daviston, Tallapoosa County, Alabama
         3
  Sarah Elizabeth Motley Cotney (1849-1883) (1st wife of William Arnold Cotney)
             Motley Family Cemetery, Daviston, Tallapoosa County, Alabama
         3  Coleman Pendleton Motley, Jr. (b abt 1852) & Annis Minerva Williams Motley
             4 Coleman "Coley" Pendleton Motley III (b abt 1870) &
                Sellama Motley (1867-1894), first wife of Coley Motley
                Motley Family Cemetery, Daviston, Tallapoosa County, Alabama
               
James R. Motley (1896-1897)
                    Motley Family Cemetery, Daviston, Tallapoosa County, Alabama
                    Son of Coleman Pendleton Motley III and second wife Mildred A. Motley
                    Three more of their infants are buried in the Motley Cemetery

    2  John Milton Motley (1825-1890) & Artimisia Perkins Motley (1824-1892)
        Daviston Baptist Church Cemetery, Daviston, Tallapoosa County, Alabama
        
3  James Coleman Motley (b 1842) & Frances A. Motley (1842-1904)
             Daviston Baptist Church Cemetery, Daviston, Tallapoosa County, Alabama
         3  Dr. Joseph Pinckney Motley (1852-1919) & Olive Middlebrooks Motley (1852-1908)
             Daviston Baptist Church Cemetery, Daviston, Tallapoosa County, Alabama
    2  Louisiana Thomas Motley Dunn (1832-1869) & Jeremiah Jackson Dunn (1831-1905)
        Rocky Mountain Primitive Baptist Church, Daviston, Tallapoosa County, Alabama
        Martha Robertson Yates Dunn (1837-1919), 2nd wife of Jeremiah Dunn, widow of Louisiana
        Motley's nephew James Millender Yates
    2  Nancy Virginia Motley Dunn (1837-1918) & Solomon Alexander Dunn (1831-1926)
        Holland City Cemetery, Holland, Bell County, Texas
        3  Sarah Frances Dunn Northen (1854-1941) & George Washington Northen (1854-1934)
            Holland City Cemetery, Holland, Bell County, Texas
            4 Beulah Valeria Northen Rowlett (1881-1969) & James E. Rowlett (1873-1941)
               Holland City Cemetery, Holland, Bell County, Texas
        3  John Aaron Dunn (1857-1928) & Samantha Jane Norman Dunn (1859-1937)
            Lakeview Cemetery, Floyd County, Texas
        3  James Alonzo Dunn (1861-1936) 
            Rose Hill Cemetery, Fort Worth, Texas
        3  Martha Evelyn Elizabeth Dunn Hughes (1866-1944) & Jerry Hughes (1865-1956)
            Holland City Cemetery, Holland, Bell County, Texas
        3  Ora Ada Dunn Stewart (1869-1934) & Joseph Bradford Stewart (1864-1919)
            Holland City Cemetery, Holland, Bell County, Texas

Ancestors/Kin of Elizabeth Pendleton, Mother of James P. Motley:

Brig. General William Nelson Pendleton, CSA
Chief of Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia
Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery, Lexington, Virginia

Lt. Col. Alexander Swift Pendleton, CSA
Assistant Adjutant General to Gen. Thomas J. Jackson
Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery, Lexington, Virginia
Descendants of Capt. Henry Pendleton & Mary Bishop Taylor

Brig. General Edmund Winston Pettus, CSA
Live Oak Cemetery, Selma, Dallas County, Alabama
Descendant of Thomas Pettus