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Daniell & Ditmore



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W. S. GUNTER and Mattie BAKER




Husband W. S. GUNTER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mattie BAKER

         Born: 31 December 1879 - Brooks County, Georgia
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         Died: 8 July 1921 - Brooks County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Harmony Baptist Church Cemetery, Brooks County, Georgia


       Father: Jordan Wesley BAKER (1853-1934) 281
       Mother: Amanda Caroline DUKES (1861-1946)




Children

General Notes: Wife - Mattie BAKER

Mattie Gunter, born 31 December 1879 in Brooks County, Georgia, died 8 July 1921 in Pavo, Brooks County, at age 41 years, 7 months, 8 days. She was the daughter of Jordan W. Baker and Amanda Dukes, and the wife of W. S. Gunter. Her father was born in Sumter County, Georgia; her mother in Brooks County, Georgia. Informant was J. W. Baker of Pavo, Georgia. Interment was in Harmony Cemetery on 9 July 1921. ["Georgia Deaths, 1914-1927,"]

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Maude J. BAKER




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Wife Maude J. BAKER 815

         Born: February 1894 - Thomas County, Georgia 815
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       Father: Darling Osborn BAKER (1869-1941) 2455
       Mother: Hollie Viola HUMPHREYS (1871-1954) 1476,2456




Children
1 F Jenny BAKER

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Nicholas C. BAKER and Julia Hesperia REESE




Husband Nicholas C. BAKER

         Born: 25 January 1856 - Georgia
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         Died: 5 August 1905 - Lee County, Alabama
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 17 January 1888 - Lowndes County, Alabama



Wife Julia Hesperia REESE

         Born: 14 January 1864 - Lowndes County, Alabama
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         Died: 15 March 1941 - Oakland County, Michigan
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       Father: Charles Edwin REESE (      -      )
       Mother: Sarah Hammond DUDLEY (      -      )




Children

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Osborn BAKER, CSA and Mary Ann Elizabeth BURGESS




Husband Osborn BAKER, CSA 1641

         Born: 10 March 1830 - Laurens County, Georgia
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         Died: 23 February 1907 - Brooks County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Harmony Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Brooks County, Georgia


       Father: Jordan BAKER (Between 1780/1790-Bef 1843)
       Mother: 


     Marriage: 21 November 1850 - Sumter County, Georgia



Wife Mary Ann Elizabeth BURGESS 281,1642

          AKA: "Polly ANN"
         Born: 23 February 1835 - Dooly County, Georgia 1642
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 May 1909 - Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Harmony Church Cemetery, Barwick, Georgia


       Father: James Dillard BURGESS (1801-Bef 1870)
       Mother: Agnes Aness CANNON (1812-1883)




Children
1 F Eliza Ann BAKER 281

         Born: 8 September 1851 - Sumter County, Georgia
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         Died: 14 September 1928 - Duval County, Florida
       Buried:  - Enon Baptist Church Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: William Lawrence DANIELL 1638
         Marr: 23 July 1879 - Brooks County, Georgia


2 M Jordan Wesley BAKER 281

         Born: 1 April 1853 - Brooks County, Georgia 280
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         Died: 1934
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Amanda Caroline DUKES
         Marr: Abt 1878


3 M John Buchanan BAKER 281,2455

          AKA: "Doc" BAKER
         Born: 27 October 1855 - Georgia
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       Spouse: Julia ROGERS
         Marr: Abt 1877


4 M Edwin BAKER

         Born: Abt 1857 - Georgia
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Minnie KILGORE


5 M James Jefferson BAKER 281

         Born: 24 August 1858 - Georgia 2455
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         Died: 11 September 1878 - Georgia
       Buried:  - Harmony Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Brooks County, Georgia



6 M Willie L. BAKER

          AKA: "Bose" BAKER
         Born: Abt 1859 - Georgia
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7 F Mary Melvina BAKER 2480,2481

         Born: 24 March 1861 - Brooks County, Georgia
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         Died: 27 October 1946 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: Charles Henry DANIELL 1638
         Marr: 22 September 1878 - Brooks County, Georgia


8 M Stephen E. BAKER 2455

         Born: 17 April 1865 - Georgia 2455,2489
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Laura Jane DUKES 2489


9 M Darling Osborn BAKER 2455

         Born: 29 December 1869 - Georgia 2457
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         Died: 12 April 1941 2457
       Buried:  - Jackson Heights Cemetery, Hillsborough County, Florida 2457
       Spouse: Hollie Viola HUMPHREYS 1476,2456
         Marr: Abt 1891


10 M Dock Manning BAKER 1639

         Born: 8 November 1871 - Georgia 1639
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         Died: 20 December 1929 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Big Creek Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: Mary Ellefore SHIVER 1640,1701,1702
         Marr: Abt 1889


11 M Joseph E. BAKER 1639

         Born: 27 May 1876 - Georgia 1640
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       Spouse: Minnie --?-- 1640
         Marr: Abt 1895



General Notes: Husband - Osborn BAKER, CSA

"Osborn Baker's father lived near Dothan, Alabama. Later moved to Lowndes County, Georgia. He ran a cotton gin." (Jean Porter Daniell)

(To my knowledge, this statement has not been proven: Jordan BAKER, thought to be Osborn's father, lived in Laurens County, Georgia in 1830 and 40. Osborn and apparently two brothers, James and John, lived in Sumter County, Georgia in 1850. Osborn named his first son, born about 1853, Jordan. One researcher posts that a "William BAKER was Osborn's father. RLD)

Look these up!
NO. PIONEER VOL. PG.# HGSM SKETCH#
490 BAKER, Osborne (1830) M-28-3 213 1880
490a BAKER, Osborne (1830) 12 016
INDEX Volume Codes
1 thru 12 refers to Vol. # of a Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia Books
'M' indicates the Sketch was Published in the HGSM. Numbers following an 'M' refer to Volume and Issue Number of the HGSM, Huxford Genealogical Society Magazine (issued quarterly).

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Sumter County, 16th District; Series: M432 Roll: 82 Page: 176: 434 434 James BAKER 27 M Farmer 500 GA; Mary A. " 27 F GA; Sarah J. " 6 F GA; Wm " 3 M GA; Nancy " 2 F GA; John H. " 11/12 M GA; Osborne BAKER 20 M Farmer GA; Jno " 22 M GA.
Two homes away is Dillard BURGESS and family. Osborne BAKER, 20 would marry Dillard's daughter, Mary, on 10 November 1850.
"Osborne's parents were likely deceased because the youngest sons are living in the home of their older brother." (Teresa Griffis)

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Brooks County, Tallokas P O, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 112 Page: 653: 8 8 Osborn BAKER 29 M W Farmer 200 GA Cannot read or write; [Next page, 654] Mary Ann 24 F W GA; Eliza 9 F W 9 GA; Jordan 7 M W GA; Buchanan 5 M W GA; James 2 M W GA.

In the War Between The States, Osborn BAKER served the Confederate States of America. He is named as a private in the Brooks County Militia, the 81st Battalion which was called back into existance in the Winter of 1861-62. The elected officers were commissioned by the Governor on 4 March 1862. (The History of Brooks County, Georgia Quitman, Ga.: Hannah Clarke Chapter, D.A.R., 1949, 662 pgs., page 123.)
However:
Mary A. Baker of Thomas County, Georgia, widow of Osborn Baker, Co. "C" 61 Ga Regt, signed her Widow's Indigent Pension application on 30 May 1908. She attested that she was born Feby 23" 1835 in Dooly Co., Ga. and that her husband Osborn Baker was born Mch 10" 1830 in Laurens County, Ga. He enlisted on May 9" 1862 in Tallokas Co., Ga. in Co. "C" 61st Regt Ga Volunteers and served until the surrender in 1865 and was at home on sick furlough at the time of the surrender. He died on Feby 23" 1907. Mary cited "Age + Poverty" as cause for her application. It was attested by J. A. Sherrod of Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia, who said he had known Mrs. Baker for fifty years or more and that Osborn Baker had married Mary A. Burgess on 20 Nov 1850. He further stated that Osborn had left his command in March 1865 at Petersburg, Va. The application package contains a copy of the Osbourn Baker and Mary Ann Burgess' marriage license issued in Sumter County, Georgia, dated 20 November 1850, which certifies their marriage on 21 November 1852 by Elijah Clark, J. P. [Confederate Pension Applications, Georgia Confederate Pension Office, RG 58-1-1, Georgia Archives Digital Collection Confederate Pension Applications Record ID: USAMILCONFEDGA_187834-00622 Date created: 18 August 2009]

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Brooks County, Quitman P O; Series: M593 Roll: 137 Page: 51: 512 512 BAKER, Osborn 35 M W Farm Laborer 500 300 GA Cannot Read Cannot write; Polly Ann 32 F W Keeping House GA; Elisa Ann 18 F W Farm Laborer GA; Jordan 16 M W Farm Laborer GA Cannot write; John 15 M W Attending School GA; James 13 M W At Home GA; Mary 10 F W At Home GA; Stephen 5 M W At Home GA; Darling 2 M W At Home GA.

In November 1875, Osborn BAKER was a member of the jury that convicted Ben JORDAN, a Negro, of manslaughter in the death of Captain James H. HUNTER of Brooks County. JORDAN was sentenced to 12 years in the penitentiary

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Ways, 1 June 1880; Series T9 Roll: 167 Page: 421: 35 35 BAKER Osburn W M 55 M Farmer Chill & fever GA GA GA; 338 338 -- Mary E. W F 45 Wife M Keeping House Fever GA GA GA; -- Stephen W M 13 Son S Work On Farm GA GA GA; -- Darlin W M 10 Son S GA GA GA; -- Doc M. Son S Male W 7 GA GA GA; -- Joseph E. W M 4 Son S GA GA GA; DANIEL William W M 26 M Laborer AL AL AL; -- Lizza W F 28 Wife M Keeping house GA GA GA. William DANIEL is William Lawrence DANIELL, who married Osborn's daughter, Eliza "Lizza" Ann BAKER.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Ways, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 224 Page: 211: 220 224 BAKER Osburn Head W M Mar 1820 80 M 50 GA GA GA Farmer; -- Mary Wife W F Feb 1835 65 M 50 9 8 GA GA GA. Next door is their son Darling BAKER and family, wife and two children. Five homes in the other direction is his daughter Mary Melvina DANIELS [DANIELL] and her family, husband and seven children.

"When Osborn's house burned down, many people came to help move out his possessions. At that time, he had a half tray in a trunk full of gold coins. In the hustle, someone stole the gold coins. The culprit was never found out."

Osborn's obituary was published in the Thomasville Weekly Times-Enterprise, March 8, 1907: "Mr. O. BAKER, father of the Baker brothers of this place died at his home near here (Coolidge) last Saturday morning (Feb. 23, 1907). Mr. Baker was one of the oldest citizens of the county, and a prosperous farmer. He leaves his aged companion and several sons and daughters to mourn his loss. May God's grace and the influence of the Comforter be their stay in their hour of sorrow." (Teresa Griffis, August 6, 2003)

Osborn BAKER is buried in Harmony Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Brooks County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone on Find A Grave Memorial# 45850572, created by Robert Strickland on Dec 27, 2009, reads:

OSBORN BAKER
Mar. 10, 1830
Feb. 23, 1907
We was straight and up -
right in all of his ways.
C.S.A.


General Notes: Wife - Mary Ann Elizabeth BURGESS

Mary Ann Elizabeth BURGESS married Osborn BAKER. She is named as "Polly Ann 32 F W Keeping House" with Osborn BAKER in the 1870 census of Brooks County, Georgia.

Mary A. Baker of Thomas County, Georgia, widow of Osborn Baker, Co. "C" 61 Ga Regt, signed her Widow's Indigent Pension application on 30 May 1908. She attested that she was born Feby 23" 1835 in Dooly Co., Ga. and that her husband Osborn Baker was born Mch 10" 1830 in Laurens County, Ga. He enlisted on May 9" 1862 in Tallokas Co., Ga. in co. "C" 61st Regt Ga Volunteers and served until the surrender in 1865 and was at home on sick furlough at the time of the surrender. He died on Feby 23" 1907. Mary cited "Age + Poverty" as cause for her application. It was attested by J. A. Sherrod of Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia, who said he had known Mrs. Baker for fifty years or more and that Osborn Baker had married Mary A. Burgess on 20 Nov 1850. He further stated that Osborn had left his command in March 1865 at Petersburg, Va. The application package contains a copy of the Osbourn Baker and Mary Ann Burgess' marriage license issued in Sumter County, Georgia, dated 20 November 1850, which certifies their marriage on 21 November 1852 by Elijah Clark, J. P. [Confederate Pension Applications, Georgia Confederate Pension Office, RG 58-1-1, Georgia Archives Digital Collection Confederate Pension Applications Record ID: USAMILCONFEDGA_187834-00622 Date created: 18 August 2009]

Mary is buried by her husband in Harmony Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Brooks County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 45850587, created by: Robert Strickland on Dec 27, 2009, reads:

MARY A.
WIFE OF
OSBORN BAKER
Feb. 23, 1835
May 17, 1909
A loving wife and
devoted mother.
BAKER 281


Notes: Marriage

Osborne Baker married Mary Ann Burgess on 21 November 1850 in Sumter County, Georgia. Elijah Clark, J. P., officiated. ["Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KXJG-2LJ : accessed 14 Sep 2014), Osborne Baker and Mary Ann Burguss, 21 Nov 1850; citing Sumter, Georgia, United States; FHL microfilm 255436.]

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Robert Ryan C. BAKER and Cynthia Lynn CASADY




Husband Robert Ryan C. BAKER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Cynthia Lynn CASADY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Billy D. CASADY (1927-1990)
       Mother: Patsy Ruth BOWLES




Children
1 M Dylan BAKER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Miranda Lynn MITCHELL (living)


2 F Abbie Elizabeth BAKER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Ryan Martin YOUNG (living)



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Capt. Michael RUDULPH, RS-MD and Sarah BAKER




Husband Capt. Michael RUDULPH, RS-MD

         Born: 15 January 1758 - Cecil County, Maryland
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         Died: Bef 1795 - at sea
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       Father: Jacob RUDULPH (1726-1800)
       Mother: Rachel JOHNSTON (      -      )


     Marriage: 1783



Wife Sarah BAKER

         Born: Cir 1765 - Georgia
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         Died: 
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Children
1 F Amelia Rebecca RUDULPH

         Born: 1788 - Georgia
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       Spouse: John Francis William COURVOISIER, Jr.
         Marr: 1809 - Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia


2 F Eliza Waldren RUDULPH

         Born: 1790 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Spouse: Paul BEVILL
         Marr: 1817
       Spouse: William LUNDAY (living)


3 M Michael J. RUDULPH, Jr. 2490

          AKA: Michael J. RUDOLPH Jr.
         Born: 1792 - Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland
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         Died: 24 July 1821 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Louisa Maria HENDRICK 2181
         Marr: 8 October 1816 - Richland County, South Carolina



General Notes: Husband - Capt. Michael RUDULPH, RS-MD

Michael RUDULPH was born 1758 in Maryland. He was a Revolutionary War hero; Captain in Lee's Legion; married Sarah BAKER of Georgia in 1783; disappeared in 1793 after leaving on a boat; and was declared dead in 1795.
Historic graves in Maryland, p. 230, lists: "Michael RUDOLPH (cousin of the last [i.e., Major John RUDOLPH]) Captain in Lee's Legion, and afterwards Major in the Establishment of the U. S. Lost at sea in 1793."
Michael RUDULPH and Sarah BAKER.are said to have four children, but only three are named by Johndcald@aol.com, email, June 11, 2005.
Camden County, Georgia Deed Abtracts, Deed Book A - (A/251) Thomas RUDULPH "in behalf of his brother, Maj. Michael RUDULPH of Georgia" to Daniel PHILLIPS of Camden County, deed dated March 31, 1795, conveying 100 acres of land in Camden Co. (Part of the GaGenWeb & USGenWeb Project: http://www.rootsweb.com/~gacamden/deedabs.html) Was this sale a result of the Michael above being declared deceased?
An interesting family story, posted at Ancestry.com:
Michael RUDULPH b: 15 Jan 1758 in Belle Hill Farm near Elkton, MD d. 1795 supposely drowned at sea but there is evidence to the contrary that he sailed for France and joined the military there, Capt in the Rev War. Letter written to Gen. Anthony Wayne: In 1793 after he resigned from the Army, he sailed as super cargo out of Baltimore bound for the West Indies. The cargo was tobacco. The ship's owner was Robert Hart and her captain was Joseph Fort. He was never heard of by his family again. Sarah returned to Savannah. In 1819 his hiers, under the guidance of Tobias Rudulph III and James Sewall declared him dead. In a letter to Gen. Wayne, 1/14/1793, Michael asked for leave of absence for all the month of March, stating "From my last advice from Maryland, I am much concerned for my domestic affairs there, I had not more than a fortnight with my family after my arrival with them, from Georgia ye first June last ..." It seems that Sarah, Michael's wife, was very attractive and admired by the officers of Lee's Legion. Michael got word of one particular person by the name of Noble Hamm and returned to Elkton and challenged him to a duel as was the custom of the day. Noble Hamm died as a result. Michael resigned from the Army 7/17/1793, and shortly after is said to have set sail for the West Indies on a ship loaded with tobacco. It is said that the ship was lost at sea and Michael presumably drowned. However it is said that the ship actually sailed for France arriving there just before a Marshall Ney appeared with the French Army. It is said that Marshall Ney knew English perfectly and was called by his fellow officers "The American Tobacco Merchant". Michael could speak German and French, these languages being in his family, Michael Johannes Rudulph Michael Johannes RUDULPH (http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2354617&id=I511105134) b: Abt. 1696 in Prussia and wife Anna being from Alsace Lorraine (western side of the Rhine River) in Prussia but he may have been stationed near Hesse-Kassel (Kurhessen) where 2 major military roads crossed. Michael would have been pronounced as Meshall.
When reports circulated of Marshall Ney and Michael being one in the same, Zebulon Rudulph, Sr., his half brother, got a picture of Marshall Ney and looked it over carefully. There are conflicting stories of what he thought. One said he did not think it looked like Michael but John Barratt Rudulph, grandson of Zebulon, Sr. said that Zebulon identified the Marshall as Michael. After Napolean escaped from Elba, Ney left Paris to oppose him. Instead, he joined with his old leader and fought on with him at Waterloo. He then was captured and was supposedly shot by a firing squad.[rudulph2.ftw]
http://66.249.93.104/search?q=cache:Ly24l2Qu_IsJ:freepages.genealogy.
rootsweb.com/~jamesdow/pedix/peix53.htm+Friedrich+(III),+Landgrave+
of+Hesse-Cassel,+lord+of+Rumpenheim,+and+his+wife+Caroline+Polyxena
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Dr. Stanley Cyril BAKER, Sr. and Mary NICHOLSON




Husband Dr. Stanley Cyril BAKER, Sr.

         Born: 31 March 1894 - Newberry County, South Carolina
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         Died: April 1980 - Greenville County, South Carolina
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     Marriage: 12 November 1924 - Edgefield County, South Carolina



Wife Mary NICHOLSON 2491

         Born: Abt 1904 - South Carolina 2491
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         Died: 26 April 1976
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       Father: Samuel Bones NICHOLSON (1874-1969) 204,1098
       Mother: Sadie Daisy HILL (1881-1977)




Children
1 M Stanley Cyril BAKER, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Dorothea Clark FLOYD


2 F Sara Pierrine BAKER (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Dr. Stanley Cyril BAKER, Sr.

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M56X-NN1 : accessed 1 May 2015), Stanley C Baker in household of Kenneth Baker, Greenwood Ward 4, Greenwood, South Carolina, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 86, sheet 1A, family 1, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,375,472.
Kenneth Baker Head M 40 KY KY GA
Beulah Baker Wife F 38 SC SC SC
Stanley C Baker Son M 16 SC KY SC
Ralph B Baker Son M 14 SC KY SC
Kenneth Baker Son M 10 SC KY SC
Richard Leon Baker Son M 9 SC KY SC
Mary Neil Baker Dau F 7 SC KY SC

Stanley Cyril Baker, born 31 Mar 1894 in Newberry County, South Carolina, registered for the World War I draft in Greenwood County, South Carolina. He was a resided at 102 Cambridge, was single and a student at Southern Dental College in Atlanta, Georgia. He claimed an exemption as a dental student. ["United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KZ6S-CPN : accessed 1 May 2015), Stanley Cyril Baker, 1917-1918; citing Greenwood County, South Carolina, United States, NARA microfilm publication M1509 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,877,666.]

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:SPCJ-Q5H : accessed 1 May 2015), Stanly C Baker Jr. in household of Stanly C Baker, Greenwood, Greenwood, South Carolina, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0011, sheet 2A, family 30, line 29, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 2200; FHL microfilm 2,341,934.
Stanly [sic] C Baker Head M 36 SC KY SC Dentist Surgery
Mary N Baker Wife F 26 SC SC SC Homemaker
Stanly [sic] C Baker Jr. Son M 2+9/12 SC SC SC
Sara Baker Dau F 1/12 SC SC SC
District: 0011 , Sheet Number and Letter: 2A , Household ID: 30 , Line Number: 29 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: T626 , Affiliate Film Number: 2200 , GS Film number: 2341934 , Digital Folder Number: 004547329 , Image Number: 00468
Next door are his parents, Kenneth and Beulah Baker, 60 and 58, born in Kentucky and South Carolina respectively, and a son, Norton, age 30, single.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K4D6-TX2 : accessed 1 May 2015), Stanley Baker in household of Stanley Baker, Ward 3, Greenwood, Greenwood Township, Greenwood, South Carolina, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 24-13, sheet 2A, family 27, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 3815.
Stanley Baker Head M 46 SC Dentist Private practice
Mary Baker Wife F 36 SC
Stanley Baker Son M 13 SC
Pierrine Baker Dau F 10 SC
On 1 April 1935, this family resided in the same house.
Next door are his parenets, Kenneth and Beulah Baker, aged 70 and 68, and a daughter, Mary, age 35, single.

Stanley Baker, born Saturday March 31, 1894, died in April 1980 at age 86. His last residence was in Greenwood County, South Carolina 29646. His social security number was issued in South Carolina


General Notes: Wife - Mary NICHOLSON

Obituaries 1976 - Greenwood Index-Journal
Abstracted and transcribed by Robert Slabaugh:
BAKER, MARY NICHOLSON
72, Greenwood, w/o Dr. Stanley C. Baker, Apr. 26, 1976
[http://obits.greenwoodcountylibrary.org/obit1976.html]


Notes: Marriage

Miss Mary Nicholson, of Edgefield, and Mr. Stanley Cyril Baker, of Greenwood, were married at 6 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon by Rev. F. C. Beach, at the Methodist church.... Immediately after the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, Mr, and Mrs. S. B. Nicholson, after which the happy couple left for a bridal tour, destination known only to themselves. [The Augusta Chronicle,Augusta, Georgia, Sunday, November 16, 1924, Page B1]

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Stanley Cyril BAKER, Jr. and Dorothea Clark FLOYD




Husband Stanley Cyril BAKER, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Dr. Stanley Cyril BAKER, Sr. (1894-1980)
       Mother: Mary NICHOLSON (Abt 1904-1976)


     Marriage: 



Wife Dorothea Clark FLOYD

         Born: 7 September 1927 - Newberry County, South Carolina
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         Died: 4 February 2003 - Greenwood County, South Carolina
       Buried: 6 February 2003 - Oakbrook Memorial Park, Greenwood County, South Carolina


Children
1 M Stanley Cyril BAKER III

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2 F Kathleen BAKER (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Rebecca BAKER (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Rhett M. BAKER (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Dorothea Clark FLOYD

Obituary: Dorothea Floyd Baker, 75, resident of 623 Watford Avenue, wife of Dr. Stanley Cyril Baker, Jr., died February 4, 2003 at her home. Born in Newberry County, September 7, 1927, she was a daughter of the late Richard Clark and Blanche Smith Floyd. She was a graduate of Newberry High School and Queens College, where she majored in Art. She was a member of Main Street United Methodist Church where she formerly served on the Pastor Parish Relations Committee and the Parsons Committee of the church. A past president of the Greenwood Medical Auxiliary and the Palladian Study Club, she was also one of the nine original founders of Cambridge Academy. She
enjoyed hunting in Wyoming and in Newberry County. Mrs. Baker was predeceased by a son, Stanley C. Baker, III. Surviving in addition to her husband of the home are two daughters, Kathleen Baker Seals of Gainesville, GA and Rebecca Baker Cox of Greenville; a son, Rhett M. Baker of Greenwood; a brother, Richard C. Floyd, Jr. of Greenwood; a sister, Elizabeth F. Shealy of Batesburg-Leesville; grandchildren, Mary des Sausure Baker, Sarah Alston Baker, Nathaniel Floyd Baker, Dorothea Riley Baker, Caroline Britt Seals, Mark Joel Seals, Jr. and Julia Garland Baker. Graveside services will be conducted 3PM Thursday in Oakbrook Memorial Park with Rev. Patricia
Griffith-Fallaw officiating. The body is at Blyth Funeral Home. The family requests that flowers be omitted and memorials be made to Main Street United Methodist Church, 211 N. Main Street, Greenwood, SC 29646, Cambridge Academy, 103 Eastman Street, Greenwood, SC 29649 or to The Greenwood Humane Society, PO Box 242, Greenwood, SC 29648. Blyth Funeral Home is in charge. [https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/timmerman/conversations/topics/8442

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Stephen E. BAKER and Laura Jane DUKES




Husband Stephen E. BAKER 2455

         Born: 17 April 1865 - Georgia 2455,2489
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       Father: Osborn BAKER, CSA (1830-1907) 1641
       Mother: Mary Ann Elizabeth BURGESS (1835-1909) 281,1642


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Wife Laura Jane DUKES 2489

         Born: April 1870 - Georgia 2489
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       Father: Moses DUKES (1828-1898)
       Mother: Sarah Jane EDWARDS (Abt 1834-After 1921)




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1 F Jennie BAKER 2492

          AKA: Ducie L. BAKER 2489
         Born: February 1887 - Georgia 2489
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2 F Bessie M. BAKER 2489

         Born: May 1888 - Georgia 2489
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3 M Thomas G. BAKER 2489

         Born: April 1890 - Georgia 2489
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4 F Mary F. BAKER 2489

         Born: June 1892 - Georgia 2489
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5 M Hardy M. BAKER 2489

         Born: August 1894 - Georgia 2489
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6 M Roy E. BAKER 2489

         Born: March 1896 - Georgia 2489
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7 M Bose BAKER 2489

         Born: April 1898 - Georgia 2489
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8 M Harry BAKER 2492

         Born: Abt 1901 - Georgia 2492
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9 F Claude Jane BAKER 2492

         Born: Abt 1904 - Georgia 2492
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General Notes: Husband - Stephen E. BAKER

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Ways; Series: T623 Roll: 224 Page: 228: 19 19 BAKER Steven E. Head W M Apr 1866 34 M 14 GA GA GA Carpenter; -- Laura J. Wife W F Apr 1870 30 M 14 7 7 GA GA GA; -- Ducie L. Dau W F Feb 1887 13 S GA GA GA At school; -- Bessie M. Dau W F May 1885 12 S GA GA GA At school; -- Thomas G. Son W M Apr 1890 10 S GA GA GA At school; -- Mary F. Dau W F Jun 1892 7 S GA GA GA; -- Hardy M. Son W M Agt 1894 5 S GA GA GA; -- Roy E. Son W M Mar 1896 4 S GA GA GA; -- Bose Son W M Apr 1898 2 S GA GA GA.

1910 U.S. Census, Brooks County, Dry Lake; Series: T624 Roll: 174 Page: 175: Bertie St -- 30 31 BAKER S. E. Head M W 48 M1 22 GA GA GA Farmer General; -- L. J. Wife F W 46 M1 22 9 9 GA GA GA; -- Jennie Dau F W 21 S GA GA GA; -- Bessie[overwritten] Dau F W 20 S GA GA GA; -- Thomas Son M W 19 S GA GA GA;-- Hardy Son M W 14 S GA GA GA; -- Rone Son M W 13 S GA GA GA; -- Harry Son M W 9 S GA GA GA; -- Claude Jane Dau F W 6 S GA GA GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Brooks County, Dry Lake; Series: T625 Roll: 237 Page: 198: Barwick Rd X 255 258 Stephen A. [sic] Head M W 57 M GA GA GA Saw milling Yellow pine lumber; -- Laura J. Wife F W 47 M GA GA GA; -- Jennie Dau F W 31 S GA GA GA; -- Harry Son M W 19 S GA GA GA; -- Claude Dau F W 15 S GA GA GA; BOWMAN Myrle GrDau F W 10 S GA GA GA; -- Francis [sic] GrDau F W 5 S GA GA GA.
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Richard Stevenson LOVETT and Susan Belle BAKER




Husband Richard Stevenson LOVETT

         Born: 15 September 1880 - Adams County, Ohio
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       Buried:  - Fairmount Cemetery, Denver County, Colorado


       Father: Josiah Mason LOVETT (1841-1918)
       Mother: Jane STEVENSON (1851-1936)


     Marriage: Bef 1924



Wife Susan Belle BAKER

         Born: 1884
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       Buried:  - Fairmount Cemetery, Denver County, Colorado


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1 F Dorothea Jane LOVETT

         Born: 30 May 1925 - Denver County, Colorado
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       Buried: 17 November 2008 - Sheridan Municipal Cemetery, Sheridan County, Wyoming
       Spouse: Paul J. JUROSZEK
         Marr: 14 November 1953 - Knox County, Tennessee



General Notes: Husband - Richard Stevenson LOVETT

Richard S Lovett is buried in Block 97, Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Denver County, Colorado. Find A Grave Memorial# 97424195 lists his birth in 1880 and his death in 1961. The memorial links to those for his wife, Susan Belle Baker Lovett (1884 - 1952), and his parents, Josiah Mason Lovett (1841 - 1918) and Jane Stevenson Lovett (1851 - 1936)


General Notes: Wife - Susan Belle BAKER

Susan Belle "Susie" Baker Lovett is buried in Block 97, Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Denver County, Colorado. Find A Grave Memorial# 97424196 lists her birth in 1884 and her death in 1952. The memorial links to those for her husband, Richard S. Lovett (1880 - 1961), her parents, William J. Baker (1847 - 1932) and Susan Sarah Gustin Baker (1850 - 1926), and a daughter, Dorothea Jane Lovett Juroszek (1925 - 2008).

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STYLES and Virginia B. BAKER




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Wife Virginia B. BAKER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Mother: Jewel BARROW (1898-1977)




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Willie L. BAKER




Husband Willie L. BAKER

          AKA: "Bose" BAKER
         Born: Abt 1859 - Georgia
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       Father: Osborn BAKER, CSA (1830-1907) 1641
       Mother: Mary Ann Elizabeth BURGESS (1835-1909) 281,1642


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1 M Tom BAKER

         Born: Abt 1880
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2 M Harry BAKER

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General Notes: Husband - Willie L. BAKER

Research notes from Jean Porter Daniell indicate that Willie L. BAKER, b. 1859, was a son of Osborn BAKER. Willie may have had 5 children. Names given are Tom, "Hard"(nickname for Harold?), "Row", Harry (Harold?), and "Coon" who "died, lived in Boston, GA".

The 1860 and 1870 censuses do not name a son Willie L. for Osborn and Aness Cannon BAKER. (RLD)


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SUBER and Wynette B. BAKER




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       Father: Lionel Geedy BAKER (1894-1969)
       Mother: Jewel BARROW (1898-1977)




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Major Gregory Ladner BERNARD, USAF, Vietnam and Carol Lee BALCDUCCI




Husband Major Gregory Ladner BERNARD, USAF, Vietnam (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Rennis Louis BERNARD, Pvt., USA, WWI (1894-1972)
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1 M Gregory Christopher "Chris" BERNARD (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Marie Therese BERNARD (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M David Michael BERNARD (details suppressed for this person)

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David BALCOMBE and Josie Linda YEARTA




Husband David BALCOMBE (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Josie Linda YEARTA

         Born: 13 April 1954 - Heard County, Georgia
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       Buried:  - Cremated


       Father: Jake Lemmie YEARTA (1910-1976)
       Mother: Dovie Montana DANIEL (1924-1967) 108



 Other Spouse: YEARTA


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1 M Jake BALCOMBE (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Linda BALCOMBE (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Teresa BALCOMBE (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Marvin BALCOMBE (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Josie Linda YEARTA

JOSIE BALCOMBE
Josie Linda Balcombe, 54, of Goolsby Road, Carrollton, Ga., died June 3, 2008.
Ms. Balcombe was born April 13, 1954, to the late Mr. and Mrs. Jake Limmie Yearta. Survivors include her children, Jake Balcombe of Carrollton, Linda Garcia of South Carolina, Teresa Balcombe of Acworth, Marvin Balcombe of South Carolina, Danny Ray Yearta of Calhoun and Michael Paul Yearta of Reidsville; and 11 grandchildren. A visitation and viewing will be conducted Thursday, June 5, from 4 to 8 p.m. at Martin & Hightower Heritage Chapel. In accordance with the family's wishes, the body will be cremated. Messages of condolences may be sent to the family at www.martin-hightower.com.
Martin & Hightower Heritage Chapel, Carrollton. [http://www.memorialsolutions.com/sitemaker/sites/martin0/obit.cgi?user=josie-balcombe]

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GARCIA and Linda BALCOMBE




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Wife Linda BALCOMBE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: David BALCOMBE
       Mother: Josie Linda YEARTA (1954-2008)




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Brian Anthony BALDING and Shelly COX




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Wife Shelly COX (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Phillip Stanley COX
       Mother: Alma Louise COOPER




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Thomas BALDRICK and Elizabeth HOWELL




Husband Thomas BALDRICK 793

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Wife Elizabeth HOWELL 793

         Born: Cir 1761
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       Father: Robert HOWELL (Cir 1744-Bef 1804) 793
       Mother: Mary --?-- (      -Bef 1826) 793




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1 M Thomas Richard BALDRICK (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Robert Howell BALDRICK (details suppressed for this person)

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Joshua CARTER and Agnes BALDWIN




Husband Joshua CARTER

         Born: 18 June 1801 - Wilkes County, Georgia
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       Father: Nathan CARTER (1769-1855)
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     Marriage: Bef 1828



Wife Agnes BALDWIN

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1 F Luvica Matilda CARTER 285,287

         Born: 14 August 1840
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       Spouse: John Hall DYESS, CSA 287
         Marr: 25 September 1856 - Randolph County, Georgia



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James BOROFF and Chrysta Marie BALDWIN




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Wife Chrysta Marie BALDWIN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: MM1 Stanley Jay BALDWIN, USN, Vietnam (1943-1997)
       Mother: Nina HINTON




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1 F Mandi Marie BOROFF (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Brandi Marie BOROFF (details suppressed for this person)

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Colby James BALDWIN and Linda Joy DECRESCENTIS




Husband Colby James BALDWIN 2495

         Born: 27 March 1952 - Denver County, Colorado 43
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       Buried:  - Crown Hill Cemetery


       Father: Everett Stanley BALDWIN (1921-1969)
       Mother: Velmo Irene CASADY (1921-1979)


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Wife Linda Joy DECRESCENTIS (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Christopher James BALDWIN

         Born: 24 February 1969 - Denver, Colorado 43
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General Notes: Husband - Colby James BALDWIN

"COLBY BALDWIN 27 Mar 1952 Apr 1983 (not specified) (none specified) 523-78-4460 Colorado" [SSDI
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Gary Lee HARRIS and Deborah Irene BALDWIN




Husband Gary Lee HARRIS (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Deborah Irene BALDWIN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Everett Stanley BALDWIN (1921-1969)
       Mother: Velmo Irene CASADY (1921-1979)




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1 F Charity Lee HARRIS (details suppressed for this person)

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Everett Stanley BALDWIN and Velmo Irene CASADY




Husband Everett Stanley BALDWIN

         Born: 2 April 1921 - McFerson, McFerson County, Kansas
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       Buried:  - Fort Logan National Cemetery, Denver, Colorado
     Marriage: 25 June 1942 - Lafayette, Boulder County, Colorado



Wife Velmo Irene CASADY

         Born: 27 October 1921 - Grady County, Oklahoma
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       Buried: 12 February 1979 - Fort Logan National Cemetery, Denver, Colorado


       Father: Eddie George CASADY (1899-1953) 266,269
       Mother: Videth Jewel LYDAY (1900-1995)




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1 M MM1 Stanley Jay BALDWIN, USN, Vietnam

         Born: 21 January 1943 - McCook County, South Dakota 43
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       Buried:  - Ft. Logan National Cemetery, Denver County, Colorado
       Spouse: Nina HINTON (living)


2 M Colby James BALDWIN 2495

         Born: 27 March 1952 - Denver County, Colorado 43
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       Buried:  - Crown Hill Cemetery
       Spouse: Linda Joy DECRESCENTIS (living)


3 F Deborah Irene BALDWIN (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Orrin Duval BALDWIN (details suppressed for this person)

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Clarence Parker DANIEL and Exie Mae BALDWIN




Husband Clarence Parker DANIEL

         Born: 7 June 1899 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
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       Buried:  - Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Garland County, Arkansas


       Father: John William DANIEL (1873-1931)
       Mother: Florence Eugenia BARRON (1872-1934)


     Marriage: 5 June 1930 - Garland County, Arkansas



Wife Exie Mae BALDWIN

         Born: 25 July 1908
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       Buried:  - Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Garland County, Arkansas


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General Notes: Husband - Clarence Parker DANIEL

In 1940, Clarence Parker Daniel, registered for the draft in Alexandria, Rapides Parish, Louisiana. He was age 42, born 7 June 1899 in Pollack, [Grant Parish,] Louisiana, and resided at 1903 Lee St., Alexandria, Louisiana. He was employed by Blu-Ribbon Dairies, Alexandria. The person who would always know his address was Mrs. M. J. Baldwin, 401 Bower St., Hot Springs, Arkansas. ["Louisiana First Registration Draft Cards, compiled 1940-1945"]

Clarence Daniel, born 7 Jun 1899 died in Jun 1960 at age 61. His social security number was issued in Arizona. [United States Social Security Death Index]

Clarence P. "Dan" Daniel is buried in Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Hot Springs, Garland County, Arkansas. A picture of his marker is on Find A Grave Memorial# 7761555

C. P. "DAN" DANIEL
JUNE 7, 1899 JUNE 25, 1960

Memorial notes:
Son of Florence Barron and John Daniel.
Husband of Exie.


General Notes: Wife - Exie Mae BALDWIN

Exie Baldwin, wife of Clarence P. Daniel, is buried in Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Hot Springs, Garland County, Arkansas. A picture of her marker is on Find A Grave Memorial# 7761544:

EXIE BALDWIN DANIEL
JULY 25, 1908
APR. 22, 2000

Memorial notes:
Daughter of Laura Clubb and Monroe J. Baldwin.
Wife of C. P. 'Dan' Daniel.


Notes: Marriage

On 5 June 1930 in Garland County, Arkansas, C. P. Daniel, age 30, married Miss Exie Mae Baldwin, age 22. Both were residents of Hot Springs, Garland County, Arkansas. W. J. Hensley officiated. ["Arkansas, County Marriages, 1837-1957"]

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Charlie C. BROWN and Lee Ola BALDWIN




Husband Charlie C. BROWN

         Born: 22 November 1884
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       Buried:  - Center Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery, Randolph County, Alabama
     Marriage: Abt 1909

 Other Spouse: Clemmie Pearl YOUNG - Abt 1914



Wife Lee Ola BALDWIN

         Born: 28 August 1891
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       Buried:  - Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Randolph County, Alabama


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1 F Lonie M. BROWN

         Born: Abt 1909 - Randolph County, Alabama
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2 F Lillie BROWN

         Born: 11 October 1911
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       Buried: 4 December 2008 - Randolph Memory Gardens, Randolph County, Alabama
       Spouse: COOPER (living)



General Notes: Husband - Charlie C. BROWN

"United States Census, 1900," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M9DY-CVM : accessed 11 August 2015), Charley C Brown in household of John M Brown, Precinct 10 Roanoke Roanoke town, Randolph, Alabama, United States; citing sheet 30B, family 561, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,240,037.
BROWN John M. Head W M Aug 1858 41 M 24 AL AL AL
-- Lucie J. Wife W F Apr 1858 42 M 24 12 9 AL AL AL
-- Charley C. Son W M Nov 1884 15 S AL AL AL Farm laborer
-- Wm W. Son W M May 1888 12 S AL AL AL Farm laborer
-- Leona V. Dau W F May 1890 10 S AL AL AL
-- Abner Son W M Feb 1892 8 S AL AL AL
-- Sarah D. Dau W F Aug 1894 5 S AL AL AL
-- Annie V. Dau W F Apr 1897 3 S AL AL AL

Charlie C. Brown married Lee Ola Baldwin who died in 1911. They had two chldren, Lonnie Mae and Lillie L. Brown. Ola died in 1911. Charlie married second Clemmie Pearl Young.

Charlie C. Brown was listed as "Ira" Brown in the 2007 obituary of his daughter, Flossie Mildred Brown Waldrep.

On September 12, 1918, Charlie C. Brown, born 22 November 1884, age 33, registered for the draft in Randolph County, Alabama. He resided on Rt, 5, Roanoke, Randolph County, Alabama. He was a self employed farmer. His nearest relative was Mrs. Lucy Brown, same address. ["United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K3PG-D55 : accessed 6 August 2015), Charlie C Brown, 1917-1918; citing Randolph County, Alabama, United States, NARA microfilm publication M1509 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,509,436.]

"United States Census, 1930," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:3P94-R2M : accessed 6 August 2015), Flossie M Brown in household of Charlie C Brown, Roanoke, Randolph, Alabama, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0017, sheet 5A, family 77, line 1, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 47; FHL microfilm 2,339,782.
Charlie C. Brown Head M 45 AL AL AL
Clemmie P. Brown Wife F 30 AL AL AL
Flossie M. Brown Dau F 14 AL AL AL
Junior Brown Son M 9 AL AL AL
Marynell Brown Dau F 5 AL AL AL
W. Jeff Brown Son M 4 AL AL AL
Ledford L. Brown Son M 1 AL AL AL
Lonie M. Hand Dau F 20 AL AL AL
Talmadge Hand Grandson M 2 AL AL AL

"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V15S-XVQ : accessed 7 August 2015), Dorothy Brown in household of Charlie Brown, Election Precinct 10, Randolph, Alabama, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 56-18, sheet 13A, family 228, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 76.
Charlie Brown Head M 55 AL
Clemie Brown Wife F 41 AL
Charlie C Brown Son M 19 AL
Mary Nell Brown Dau F 15 AL
Jep Brown Son M 14 AL
Ledford Brown Son M 10 AL
Dorothy Brown Dau F 8 AL

Charley C. Brown, born about 1884, died 18 December 1964 in Roanoke, Randolph County, Alabama at age 80. He was the son of Marrion Brown and Lucy and the husband of Clemmie Brown. ["Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974," , FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JF8Z-CN1 : accessed 11 August 2015), Charley C. Brown, 18 Dec 1964; citing reference 30380, Department of Health, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 1,909,072.]

Charlie is buried in Center Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery, Randolph County, Alabama. A picture of his headstone, shared with wife, Clemmie, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 67029588:

CHARLIE C.
NOV. 22, 1884
DEC. 18, 1964
BROWN

The memorial links to those for his wives, Lee Ola Baldwin Brown (1891 - 1911) and Clemmie Pearl Young Brown (1898 - 1967), and six of his children
Lonie Mae Brown Hand (1909 - 1985)*
Lillie L Brown Cooper (1911 - 2008)*
Flossie Mildred Brown Waldrep (1915 - 2007)*
Mary Nell Brown Daniel (1924 - 2008)*
William Jep Brown (1925 - 1999)*
Ledford Lee Brown (1928 - 1982)*


General Notes: Wife - Lee Ola BALDWIN

Daughter of Colonel Andrew and Mary Frances Elizabeth Sanders Baldwin. First wife of Charlie C. Brown.

Find A Grave Memorial# 74451138
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Ralph HAWKIN and Martha BALDWIN




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       Father: Ralph BALDWIN (      -      )
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1 F Sarah HAWKINS

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Thomas L. FOLBRE and Mary J. BALDWIN




Husband Thomas L. FOLBRE

         Born: Cir 1815 - Ohio
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Wife Mary J. BALDWIN

         Born: Abt 1819 - Ohio
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1 M Judge Thomas C. FOLBRE

         Born: 15 June 1841 - Aurora, Indiana
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2 F Mary A. FOLBRE 2496

         Born: Abt 1848 - Arkansas 2496
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         Marr: Cir 1866


3 M Frank M. FOLBRE

         Born: 29 February 1852 - Linden, St. Francis County, Arkansas
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General Notes: Husband - Thomas L. FOLBRE

Thomas L. FOLBRE married Mary J. BALDWIN before 1841. Mary J. is head of household in 1860, Thomas presumed to have died.

"Judge - Folbre - Thomas - C. - - - 6 15 1841 - 1911 - JUN.15,1841 TO MAYBE 12-6-1914 JUDGE OF ST.FRANCIS CO. -The Forrest City Times' Art Souvenir-1905:The portrait herewith is a splendid likeness fo Judge Thomas C. Folbre, now judge of the County and Probate Courts of St.Francis County, and one of the most popular and efficient officers the county has ever had. He is a son of Charles L. and Mary J. (Baldwin) Folbre, and was born on June 15, 1841, at Aurora, Indiana. He was educated in private schools in Indiana and Kentucky, and in 1850 became a citizen of Arkansas. At the age of sixteen years he began business for himself at Linden. In this county. He came to Forrest City from near that place in 1869, to accept a situation as salesman for the Altheimer Brothers, who were then doing a general merchandise business on the corner of Washington and North Front Streets, now occupied by the Rollwage building in which J.S. Shields & Co. are doing general drug business. Forrest City was incorporated the following year, 1870, and he was elected the first Mayor, and G. Altheimer and Capt.Frank M. Prewett were also members of the Board of Aldermen." (http://rootsweb.com/~arcforre/CITY.html)


General Notes: Wife - Mary J. BALDWIN

1860 U.S. Census, Arkansas, St. Francis County, Union Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 49 Page: 467: 519 519 Mary J. FULBRY (sic, FOLBRE) 40 F 2040 500 OH; Thomas C. " 18 M Merchant 480 920 IN; Charles L. " 16 M School Student KY; Mary A. " 10 F MO; Frank " 7 M AR; Cate " 2 F AR; Nancy ROBERTS 16 F Domestic.

In the 1870 census, Mary J. FOLEY (sic, FOLBRE), 51, born Mass(?), lives with Mary A. FOLBRE and her husband, John M. DAVIS, in St. Francis County, Arkansas.

In the 1880 census of St. Francis County, Arkansas, Mary FOLBRE, 60, Wd OH VA VA lives with her two sons, Frank M., 28, S AR OH OH, and Charles, 35, Wd KY OH OH, and a niece, Lizzie FOLBRE, 12, AR KY AR.
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Orrin Duval BALDWIN and Debra Felice BUROS




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       Father: Everett Stanley BALDWIN (1921-1969)
       Mother: Velmo Irene CASADY (1921-1979)


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Wife Debra Felice BUROS (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Natalie BALDWIN (details suppressed for this person)

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Robert BALDWIN and Lucretia DISMUKES




Husband Robert BALDWIN 764

         Born: Abt 1823 - Georgia 764
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 Other Spouse: Hellen Saphronia --?-- 990,991 - Bef 1860



Wife Lucretia DISMUKES 763,764

         Born: Abt 1826 - Georgia 2498
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       Father: Joseph T. DISMUKES (Abt 1800-1832) 763
       Mother: Mary Ellen DANIEL (1807-After 1850) 763,764




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1 M Julius M. BALDWIN 764

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2 F Sarah T. BALDWIN 764

         Born: Abt 1849 - Talbot County, Georgia 2498
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3 M Joseph H. BALDWIN 990

         Born: Abt 1851 - Alabama
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4 F Mary Ellen BALDWIN 990,991

         Born: Abt 1853 - Alabama
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General Notes: Husband - Robert BALDWIN

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Talbot County, 16th District, 12 August 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 83 Page: 227: shows "54 54 Mary E. Daniel COLBERT 42 F W 1400 GA". Mary E. is the daughter of John "Jack" and Martha DANIEL of Hancock County, Georgia who married Larkin COLBERT in 1838. Living with her in the household is her son-in-law Robert BALDWIN 27 M W farmer GA, his wife Lucrecia 24 F W GA and their children Julious M. 3 M W GA and Sarah 1 F W GA; also in the household is Joseph H. DIZMUKE 19 M F None GA, most likely a son from her first marriage.

In 1860, the census tells a story in which Robert and Lucretia BALDWIN appear to move to Alabama before the birth of Joseph H. and Mary E. BALDWIN about 1851 and 1853. Lucretia is missing from Robert's family and may have died in Alabama between 1853 and 1858. Before 1860 Robert moved back to Georgia with their four children, but Robert's wife now is Hellen S., parents of Hellen V. BALDWIN, one month old. They live in the home of Clarrissa TAYLOR, likely Hellen's mother because Clarrissa E, 11, Robert's step-daughter, born about 1849 and named for Hellen's mother?, is listed after Robert's children.

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Talbot County, Center P. O., 10 July 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 137 Page: 627: 516 516 Clarrissa TAYLOR 72 F W 7350 23,945 GA; Robt. BALDWIN 37 M W Farming 0 5750 GA; Hellen S. " F W GA; Julius M. " 13 M W GA; Sarah T. " 11 F W GA; Joseph H. " 9 M W AL (Robert and Lucretia move to AL abt 1850?); Mary E. " 7 F W AL; Hellen V.? " 1/12 F W GA (Lucretia died and Robert moved back to GA before 1858 and marries Hellen S.); Clarrissa E. " 11 F W GA (d/o Hellen S. by previous marriage named for her mother?).

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Talbot County, O'Neill's District, Talbotton P. O., 26 July 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 175 Page: 120: 1242 1249 BALDWIN Robert 46 M W Farmer 1500 400 GA; -- Hellen 33 F W Keeping house GA; -- Julius 22 M W Works on farm GA; -- Joseph 19 M W Attends school GA; -- Mary 16 F W At home GA; -- Thomas 10 M W Attends school GA; -- Robert 4 M W GA; -- Henry 1 M W GA. Hellen V., named in the 1860 census and who should be 10, is not with the family and is presumed to have died before July 1870.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Talbot County, District 894, 18 & 19 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 166 Page: 227: 114 114 BALDWIN Robert W M 55 M Farmer GA GA GA; -- Safronia W F 42 Wife M Keeping House GA GA GA (Hellen S. = Safronia, correct age); -- Julius Son W M 30 Son S Laborer GA GA GA;-- Ellen W F 24 Dau S At Home GA GA GA (Mary's middle name); -- Morton W M 19 Son S Laborer GA GA GA (Thomas' middle name); -- Robert W M 14 Son S Laborer GA GA GA; -- Henry W M 11 Son S Laborer GA GA GA; -- Rosa W F 9 Dau S GA GA GA; TAYLOR Ishmal B M 75 Servant GA GA GA.


General Notes: Wife - Lucretia DISMUKES

Lucretia DISMUKES was born about 1829, daughter of Joseph T. DISMUKES and Mary Ellen DANIEL. She was undoubtedly named to honor her Aunt Lucretia and great-grandmother, Lucretia Bell DANIEL, mother of her grandfather, John "Jack" DANIEL.

Lucretia is thought to be the youngest daughter because of her marriage in 1847 to Robert BALDWIN and her sister Martha's marriage in 1843 to David A. COLBERT.

Her father died in 1832. Lucretia and her siblings were fortunate drawers in the 1832 Georgia Land Lottery as orphans of Joseph T. DISMUKES. Her mother moved the family from Hancock County to Talbot County, Georgia where she then married Larkin COLBERT.

Lucretia met and married Robert BALDWIN in Talbot County in 1845. By 1850, she and Robert had two children, Julious M. and Sarah, as named in the 1850 census. 763


Notes: Marriage

BALDWIN, Robert married Lucretia DISMUKES 18 Nov 1845 T.F. MONTGOMERY, MG pg B278. (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/talbot/vitals/marriages/marchron.txt)
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MM1 Stanley Jay BALDWIN, USN, Vietnam and Nina HINTON




Husband MM1 Stanley Jay BALDWIN, USN, Vietnam

         Born: 21 January 1943 - McCook County, South Dakota 43
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       Buried:  - Ft. Logan National Cemetery, Denver County, Colorado


       Father: Everett Stanley BALDWIN (1921-1969)
       Mother: Velmo Irene CASADY (1921-1979)


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Wife Nina HINTON (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Michael Everett BALDWIN (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Chrysta Marie BALDWIN (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - MM1 Stanley Jay BALDWIN, USN, Vietnam

Stanley J Baldwin
Find A Grave Memorial# 317804
Birth: Jan. 21, 1943
Death: Jan. 5, 1997
MM1, US NAVY
Burial: Fort Logan National Cemetery
Denver, Denver County, Colorado, USA
Plot: 4, 0, 516
Imported from: US Veteran's Affairs, Record added: Feb 25, 2000

"STANLEY J BALDWIN 21 Jan 1943 05 Jan 1997 (P) (72) (none specified) 521-54-7866 Colorado" [SSDI]
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BALE and Carol J. CALVIN




Husband BALE (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Carol J. CALVIN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Charles Lee CALVIN
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 Other Spouse: Fred Edward DANIELL

 Other Spouse: Peter SIMON


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1 M George BALE (details suppressed for this person)

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Donald Leon DANIELL, Jr. and Bonnie Leigh BALFAY




Husband Donald Leon DANIELL, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Donald Leon DANIELL
       Mother: Barbara Jean TRAHAN (1939-2009)


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 Other Spouse: Christy V. SCOTT



Wife Bonnie Leigh BALFAY (details suppressed for this person)

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BALL




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1 M George Cunningham BALL 88

         Born: Abt 1881 - North Carolina 88
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       Spouse: Nancy Annetta AKIN 87,88
         Marr: 16 August 1902 - Cherokee County, North Carolina


2 F Marinthia Mae BALL 389

         Born: Abt 1882 - North Carolina 389
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         Died: 1934 - Hydro, Caddo County, Oklahoma
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       Spouse: Columbus Erastus WALKER
         Marr: Abt 1900. (Divorced about 1907)
       Spouse: David STEPP 2499
         Marr: Bef 1909
       Spouse: Pleasant Henry DITMORE 2078
         Marr: 8 January 1919 - Caddo County, Oklahoma


3 F CassAnnah BALL 86

         Born: November 1883 - Tennessee 86
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         Marr: 27 July 1899 - Cherokee County, North Carolina 86



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Benjamin Rutherford SHREVE and Anna Kate BALL




Husband Benjamin Rutherford SHREVE

         Born: 1 December 1848 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: 19 November 1949
       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery, Falls Church City, Virginia


       Father: William Henry SHREVE (1812-1890)
       Mother: Mary SOUTHERN (1818-1904)


     Marriage: 26 April 1876 - Fairfax County, Virginia



Wife Anna Kate BALL

         Born: 6 December 1855
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         Died: 3 February 1936
       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery, Falls Church City, Virginia


Children

General Notes: Husband - Benjamin Rutherford SHREVE

Find A Grave Memorial# 79137583


General Notes: Wife - Anna Kate BALL

Find A Grave Memorial# 79137599


Notes: Marriage

Benj. R. Shreve, 27, married Anna K. Ball, 20, on 26 April 1876 in Falls Church, Fairfax County, Virginia. ["Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRQ2-NMQ : accessed 19 Jul 2013), Benj. R. Shreve and Anna K. Ball, 26 Apr 1876.]

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Ulysses Francis DITMORE and CassAnnah BALL




Husband Ulysses Francis DITMORE 1284

         Born: 6 September 1878 - Ranger, Cherokee County, North Carolina 86
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       Father: Sgt Charles Willis DITMORE, CSA (1831-1909) 197,2078
       Mother: Mary Catherine HAMPTON (1837-1901) 197,2078


     Marriage: 27 July 1899 - Cherokee County, North Carolina 86



Wife CassAnnah BALL 86

         Born: November 1883 - Tennessee 86
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       Father: BALL (      -      )
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Children
1 F Ethel DITMORE 2500

         Born: Abt 1901 - North Carolina
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2 F Ollie DITMORE 2500

         Born: Abt 1903 - North Carolina
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3 M Rufus Willys DITMORE 2500

         Born: 8 April 1908 - North Carolina
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         Died: 8 April 1977 - Colorado
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General Notes: Husband - Ulysses Francis DITMORE

1910 U.S. Census, North Carolina, Cherokee County, Notla Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1103 Page: 92: 94 98 DITMORE, Ulysus F Head M W 30 M1 11 NC SC NC Farmer; Annah Wife F W 25 M1 11 3 3 TN NC NC; Ethel Dau F W 9 S NC NC TN; Ollie Dau F W 7 S NC NC TN; Rufus W. Son M W 2 S NC NC TN; Addie Sister F W 43 S NC NC NC.


Notes: Marriage

"DITMORE, Ulysses F. BALL, Anna 27 Jul 1899 W. B. Dickey, JOP" ( (Western NC Genealogy Resource Center for Cherokee County Cherokee County North Carolina Marriages 1860-1905, (Western NC Genealogy Resource Center for Cherokee County Cherokee County Delayed Birth Certificates, www.goldenbranches.com/nc-state/cherokee/ccnc_d-f.html)
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John SMITH II and Elizabeth BALL




Husband John SMITH II

         Born: Abt 1640 - Virginia
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Wife Elizabeth BALL

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1 M John SMITH III

         Born: Abt 1683 - York County, Virginia
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         Marr: Abt 1709



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Horatio Claughton BALL and Carolyn Virginia SULLIVAN




Husband Horatio Claughton BALL

         Born: 26 April 1910
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     Marriage: 18 November 1938 - Anne Arundel County, Maryland



Wife Carolyn Virginia SULLIVAN

         Born: 2 July 1915 - Arlington County, Virginia
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       Father: Roy Timothy SULLIVAN (1890-1963)
       Mother: Margaret E. RIDDLE (1894-1987)




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1 M Jack William BALL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Mary Claughton BALL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Frank BARON III (living)
       Spouse: Douglas YODER (living)



General Notes: Husband - Horatio Claughton BALL

Horatio Claughton Ball died 9 August 1973 in Dade County, Florida at age 63. Certificate number 55046.["Florida Death Index, 1877-1998,"]

Horatio Ball, born 26 April 1910, died in August 1973 at age 63. His last residence was in Florida 33146. His social security nuimber was issued in the District of Columbia. ["United States Social Security Death Index," ]


General Notes: Wife - Carolyn Virginia SULLIVAN

Carolyn Sullivan, daughter of Roy Timothy Sullivan and Margaret E. Riddle married Horation Claughton Ball in 1937. They had 2 children, John William and Mary Claughton.

Carolyn's last residence was in Miami, Florida 33146. She was born July 2, 1915 and died in June 1984, at age 68. Her social security number was issued in the District of Columbia. [Social Security Death Index]


Notes: Marriage

The marriage of Miss Carolyn Virginia Sullivan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sullivan of South Boston, Va., to Mr. H. Claughton Ball of Clarendon, Va., took place Wednesday evening, November 18, in the parsonage of the Trinity Methodist Church in Annapolis, Md., the pastor, the Rev. Deahl, officiating at 9 o'clock. The bride is the granddaughter of Mr. And Mrs. Roy Sullivan of Arlington County and for two years has made her home with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. Thurston Furr. She is a graduate of the South Boston High School and attended Averett College in Danville, Va. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. [Clark, RLD] Ball of Clarendon and is a graduate of Washington-Lee High School. He is well known in local musical circles. [The Evening Star, Washington, District of Columbia, Friday, November 27, 1936, Page 22.]

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Jack William BALL




Husband Jack William BALL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Horatio Claughton BALL (1910-1973)
       Mother: Carolyn Virginia SULLIVAN (1915-1984)


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1 M Jack BALL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Julie BALL (details suppressed for this person)

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Columbus Erastus WALKER and Marinthia Mae BALL




Husband Columbus Erastus WALKER

         Born: Cir 1880 - North Carolina
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       Father: George Monroe WALKER (1855-1928) 386
       Mother: Minerva Elizabeth DITMORE (1860-1937) 387,388


     Marriage: Abt 1900 -  (Divorced about 1907)

 Other Spouse: Catherine --?-- 88 - Abt 1907



Wife Marinthia Mae BALL 389

         Born: Abt 1882 - North Carolina 389
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       Father: BALL (      -      )
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 Other Spouse: David STEPP 2499 - Bef 1909

 Other Spouse: Pleasant Henry DITMORE 2078 - 8 January 1919 - Caddo County, Oklahoma


Children
1 M Fred Norman WALKER 2499

         Born: Abt 1902 - North Carolina 2499
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2 M Ross Fair WALKER 2499

         Born: Abt 1905 - North Carolina 2499
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General Notes: Husband - Columbus Erastus WALKER

1910 U.S. Census, North Carolina, Cherokee County, Notla; Series: T624 Roll: 1103 Page: 88:
Taylors Ferry Road 5 6 BALL George C. Head M W 29 M1 7 NC NC NC Laborer Quartz quary;
-- Nettie Wife F W 33 M1 7 3 3 NC SC SC;
-- Jessie Dau F W 7 S NC NC NC;
-- Homer b. Son M W 5 S NC NC NC;
-- Hattie L. Dau F W 111/12 NC NC NC.
7 8 WALKER Columbus E. Head M W 30 M2 3 NC NC NC Farmer;
-- Catherine Wife F W 28 M1 3 4 2 NC NC TN;
-- Clarence Son M W 111/12 S TN NC NC;
Johnson Willie I. Step-Dau F W 10 S NC NC NC.


General Notes: Wife - Marinthia Mae BALL

Marinthia Mae BALL, "Rintha", married first Columbus Erastus WALKER in North Carolina. She had two sons by him, Fred Norman and Ross Fair WALKER. This marriage failed. Columbus remarried to Catherine about 1907, named in the 1910 census of Cherokee County, North Carolina with their son, Clarence, age 23 months..

Rintha married second David STEPP, listed as his wife in the 1910 census of Mayes County, Oklahoma, a second marriage for both. Their three children were Hazel, Lillian, and William STEPP.

1910 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Mayes County, 3-Wd Chouteau; Series: T624 Roll: 1262 Page: 138: 40 40 STEPP David Head M W 49 M2 2 MO TN TN Carpenter house; -- Rinthe Wife F W 27 M2 2 3 3 NC TN Unk; -- Fred W. Son M W 8 S NC NC NC; -- Ross F. Son M W 5 S NC NC NC; -- Hazel I. Dau F W 14/12 S OK MO NC.

David apparently died before 1919 when "Pinthia STEPP" married Ples Henry DITMORE in Caddo County, Oklahoma. She is listed as "Mirintha" in the 1920 census with Hazel I., Lillian Pauline, and William G. STEPP in Ples' household as step-children. Between 191 and 1927, Ples and Rintha had four children of their own, Marjorie Lowetta, Geneva Mary, Helen Anna, and Forest Leroy "Jack" DITMORE.

Marinthia died in 1937.


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David STEPP and Marinthia Mae BALL




Husband David STEPP 2499

         Born: Abt 1861 - Missouri 2499
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Wife Marinthia Mae BALL 389

         Born: Abt 1882 - North Carolina 389
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         Died: 1934 - Hydro, Caddo County, Oklahoma
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       Father: BALL (      -      )
       Mother: 



 Other Spouse: Columbus Erastus WALKER - Abt 1900 (Divorced about 1907)

 Other Spouse: Pleasant Henry DITMORE 2078 - 8 January 1919 - Caddo County, Oklahoma


Children
1 F Helen STEPP 389

         Born: 1909 - Caddo County, Oklahoma
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2 F Lillian Pauline STEPP 389

         Born: 1914 - Oklahoma
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3 M William G. STEPP (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - David STEPP

David STEPP is married to "Rinthe" age 27 in the 1910 census of Mayes County, Oklahoma, a second marriage for both. It appears that the two boys are from Rinthe's first marriage and that Hazel is their only child, father born in Missouri.

1910 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Mayes County, 3-Wd Chouteau; Series: T624 Roll: 1262 Page: 138: 40 40 STEPP David Head M W 49 M2 2 MO TN TN Carpenter house; -- Rinthe Wife F W 27 M2 2 3 3 NC TN Unk; -- Fred W. Son M W 8 S NC NC NC; -- Ross F. Son M W 5 S NC NC NC; -- Hazel I. Dau F W 14/12 S OK MO NC.

David apparently died before 1919 when "Minthia" is married to Ples Henry DITMORE in Caddo County, Oklahoma. The 1920 census lists Hazel I. STEPP 11 in Ples' household.


General Notes: Wife - Marinthia Mae BALL

Marinthia Mae BALL, "Rintha", married first Columbus Erastus WALKER in North Carolina. She had two sons by him, Fred Norman and Ross Fair WALKER. This marriage failed. Columbus remarried to Catherine about 1907, named in the 1910 census of Cherokee County, North Carolina with their son, Clarence, age 23 months..

Rintha married second David STEPP, listed as his wife in the 1910 census of Mayes County, Oklahoma, a second marriage for both. Their three children were Hazel, Lillian, and William STEPP.

1910 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Mayes County, 3-Wd Chouteau; Series: T624 Roll: 1262 Page: 138: 40 40 STEPP David Head M W 49 M2 2 MO TN TN Carpenter house; -- Rinthe Wife F W 27 M2 2 3 3 NC TN Unk; -- Fred W. Son M W 8 S NC NC NC; -- Ross F. Son M W 5 S NC NC NC; -- Hazel I. Dau F W 14/12 S OK MO NC.

David apparently died before 1919 when "Pinthia STEPP" married Ples Henry DITMORE in Caddo County, Oklahoma. She is listed as "Mirintha" in the 1920 census with Hazel I., Lillian Pauline, and William G. STEPP in Ples' household as step-children. Between 191 and 1927, Ples and Rintha had four children of their own, Marjorie Lowetta, Geneva Mary, Helen Anna, and Forest Leroy "Jack" DITMORE.

Marinthia died in 1937.


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Pleasant Henry DITMORE and Marinthia Mae BALL




Husband Pleasant Henry DITMORE 2078

         Born: 5 September 1869 - Ranger, Cherokee County, North Carolina 86
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       Buried: 30 January 1957 - Masonic Cemetery, Hydro, Oklahoma


       Father: Sgt Charles Willis DITMORE, CSA (1831-1909) 197,2078
       Mother: Mary Catherine HAMPTON (1837-1901) 197,2078


     Marriage: 8 January 1919 - Caddo County, Oklahoma

 Other Spouse: Ida Alice AKIN 87 - 25 October 1894

 Other Spouse: Rosa ROSS - 4 February 1912 - Caddo County, Oklahoma.



Wife Marinthia Mae BALL 389

         Born: Abt 1882 - North Carolina 389
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       Father: BALL (      -      )
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 Other Spouse: Columbus Erastus WALKER - Abt 1900 (Divorced about 1907)

 Other Spouse: David STEPP 2499 - Bef 1909


Children
1 F Marjorie Lowetta DITMORE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Luke Charles TRAYNOR (living)
       Spouse: Benjamen STEINMEIER (living)
       Spouse: Lawton Clayton ANDERSON (living)


2 F Geneva Mary DITMORE

         Born: 7 March 1921 - Hydro, Caddo County, Oklahoma
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       Spouse: Ray PHILLIPS (living)


3 F Helen Anna DITMORE

         Born: 18 February 1923 - Hydro, Caddo County, Oklahoma
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         Died: 2004
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       Spouse: Johnny STEWARD (living)


4 M Forest Leroy "Jack" DITMORE

         Born: 23 June 1927 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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         Died: 18 December 1995 - Redlands, San Bernadino County, California
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Patricia KAHLOR (living)



General Notes: Husband - Pleasant Henry DITMORE

Pleasant "Ples" Henry DITMORE, born 5 September 1869, was a son of Charles Willis DITMORE and Mary Catherine HAMPTON.

Note: There is a Pleasant HENRY, age 35, Merchant, in the 1850 census of Cherokee County, North Carolina. Might our Pleasant Henry have been named for him?

1900 U.S. Census, North Carolina, Cherokee County, Notla Twp, Series: T623 Roll: 1188 Page: 84: 44 44 DITMORE Ples H. Head W M Sept 1869 30 M 5 NC TN NC Farmer; -- Ida A. Wife W F Dec 1873 M 5 3 3 TN SC SC; -- Minnie D. Dau W F Sept 1895 4 S NC NC TN; -- Nelia L. Dau W F Jan 1897 3 S NC NC TN; -- Bessie M. Dau W F Aug 1899 9/12 S NC NC TN. Next door is Ples' father.

1910 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Caddo County, Caddo Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1245 Page: 48:
83 85 DITMORE Ples Head M W 41 M1 15 NC TN NC Farmer; Ida A. Wife F W 36 M1 15 6 6 TN SC SC; Minnie D. Dau F W 14 S NC NC TN; Nealy L. Dau F W 13 S NC NC TN; Bessie Dau F W 10 S NC NC TN; James G. Son M W 7 S NC NC TN; Oliver Son M W 4 S NC NC TN; Alice Dau F W 111/12 NC NC TN.

Ples's first wife, Ida Alice AKIN died 8 October 1910.

Caddo County, Oklahoma marriage records list Ples H. DITMORE married to Rosa ROSS on 4 February 1912. What happened to Rosa?

Ples married "Pinthia" STEPP on 8 January 1919, recorded in Caddo County Marriage Book 9, Page 325. It was the third marriage for both. Witnesses to the marriage were Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hume. Rev. John W. Carter, Methodist Episcopal Minister, officiated.

The 1920 census lists Ples wife as "Mirintha." She is known to be Marintha Mae BALL, the widow STEPP.
1920 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Caddo County, Hydro; Series: T625 Roll: 1453 Page: 148: Fm 258 269 DITMORE Ples H Head R M W 50 M NC SC NC Farmer; Mirintha Wife F W 38 M NC NC NC; Glenn J. Son M W 16 S NC NC TN; Oliver L. Son M W 14 S NC NC TN; Ida A. Dau F W 11 S NC NC TN; Marjorie L. Dau F W ~ ~ OK NC NC; STEPP, Hazel I. Step-Dau F W 11 S OK MO NC; Lillian P. Step-Dau 6 S OK MO NC; William G. Step-son M W 4 8/12 S OK MO NC; BOWEN, Gilford L. Son-in-law M W 26 M TX SC AR Farmer; Bessie M. Dau F W 20 M NC NC TN; Nevada M. Dau F W 2 x/12 S OK TX NC; Eugene B. Son M W 2/12 S OK TX NC.
Gilford BOWEN is the husband of Ples' sister, Bessie Mae DITMORE.
(Note: Marjorie, born 4 Jan 1920, after the census cutoff date, should not have been named in this census.)

Ples' granddaughter, Linda Joyce DITMORE, recalls that Ples lived with his children in his later years, living as much as a month with one before going on visiting another.

Ples Henry died 28 January 1957 in Weatherford, Oklahoma. In a picture, his headstone simply states:

DITMORE
PLES H.
1869 - 1957


General Notes: Wife - Marinthia Mae BALL

Marinthia Mae BALL, "Rintha", married first Columbus Erastus WALKER in North Carolina. She had two sons by him, Fred Norman and Ross Fair WALKER. This marriage failed. Columbus remarried to Catherine about 1907, named in the 1910 census of Cherokee County, North Carolina with their son, Clarence, age 23 months..

Rintha married second David STEPP, listed as his wife in the 1910 census of Mayes County, Oklahoma, a second marriage for both. Their three children were Hazel, Lillian, and William STEPP.

1910 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Mayes County, 3-Wd Chouteau; Series: T624 Roll: 1262 Page: 138: 40 40 STEPP David Head M W 49 M2 2 MO TN TN Carpenter house; -- Rinthe Wife F W 27 M2 2 3 3 NC TN Unk; -- Fred W. Son M W 8 S NC NC NC; -- Ross F. Son M W 5 S NC NC NC; -- Hazel I. Dau F W 14/12 S OK MO NC.

David apparently died before 1919 when "Pinthia STEPP" married Ples Henry DITMORE in Caddo County, Oklahoma. She is listed as "Mirintha" in the 1920 census with Hazel I., Lillian Pauline, and William G. STEPP in Ples' household as step-children. Between 191 and 1927, Ples and Rintha had four children of their own, Marjorie Lowetta, Geneva Mary, Helen Anna, and Forest Leroy "Jack" DITMORE.

Marinthia died in 1937.


Notes: Marriage

"Ditmore, P.H. Stepp, Pinthia 325 08jan1919" (http://www.rootsweb.com/~okcaddo/marriage/marbk9g.txt)

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Frank BARON III and Mary Claughton BALL




Husband Frank BARON III (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary Claughton BALL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Horatio Claughton BALL (1910-1973)
       Mother: Carolyn Virginia SULLIVAN (1915-1984)



 Other Spouse: Douglas YODER


Children
1 M Frank BARON IV (details suppressed for this person)

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Douglas YODER and Mary Claughton BALL




Husband Douglas YODER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary Claughton BALL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Horatio Claughton BALL (1910-1973)
       Mother: Carolyn Virginia SULLIVAN (1915-1984)



 Other Spouse: Frank BARON III


Children
1 M Todd YODER (details suppressed for this person)

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Arthur J. GOODNIGHT and Bessie May BALLARD




Husband Arthur J. GOODNIGHT 2501

         Born: 22 March 1886 - Bowie County, Texas
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         Died: 5 July 1913 - Bowie County, Texas 2501
       Buried:  - Read Hill Cemetery, Bowie County, Texas
     Marriage: 16 December 1906 - Bowie County, Texas



Wife Bessie May BALLARD

         Born: 1884 - Missouri
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         Died: 1925 - Grady County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery, Grady County, Oklahoma

 Other Spouse: Devol CASADY 267 - 4 August 1915 - Grady County, Oklahoma


Children
1 F Dana GOODNIGHT 2501

         Born: Abt 1908 - Texas 2501
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2 F Mildred Jennie GOODNIGHT 2501

         Born: 1 May 1910 - Texas 2501
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         Died: 20 August 1969 - Bexar County, Texas
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3 F Mary GOODNIGHT 2501

         Born: 1912 - Texas 2501
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General Notes: Husband - Arthur J. GOODNIGHT

Arthur J. Goodnight married Bessie May Ballard in 1906. They had three children: Dana, Mildred, and Mary. A picture of his headstone in Read Hill Cemetery, New Boston, Bowie County, Texas, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 100474333:

ARTHUR
SON OF
J. M. & S. J. GOODNIGHT
MAR. 22, 1886
JULY 5, 1913


General Notes: Wife - Bessie May BALLARD

Bessie May Ballard married Arthur J. Goodnight on 16 December 1906. He was born 22 March 1886 in Bowie County, Texas, died 5 July 1913 in Bowie, Texas, and was buried in Read Hill Cemetery, New Boston, Bowie County, TX. ["Pedigree Resource File", database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/S58K-Z1Y : accessed 2013-02-11), entry for Arthur J. /Goodnight/.]

Bessie and Arthur had three daughters: Dana, Mildred Jennie, and Mary. They were under age 6 when Arthur died.

NOTE: Mildred Jennie Olson, born 1 May 1910 in Texas, died 20 August 1969 in San Antonio, Bexar, Texas at age 59 years. She was a daughter of Arthur J. Goodnight and Bessie Mae Ballard. Mildred resided at 610 Carson Street in San Antonio. She was divorced and worked as a Nurse's Aide. Informant was Clarence M. Olson ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6W7-66K : accessed 11 Feb 2013), Arthur J. Goodnight in entry for Mildred Jennie Olson, 20 Aug 1969; citing reference 61927, State Registrar Office, Austin, Texas.]

Mrs. Bessie May Goodnight married second Devol Casady in August 1915 in Grady County, Oklahoma. Her three Goodnight children and her son Albert Casady are in Devol's household in 1920. This census lists Bessie's birth in Missouri.

"Bessie and Devol were married August 4, 1915 in Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma. To this union was born one child whose name was Albert Lee. He was born on September 29, 1917 in Verden, Grady County, Oklahoma and died June 16, 1987 in California. Bessie died as a result of a fire that started when an Iron caught on fire." [Karen Scharnhorst]

Bessie May Casady is buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma, Plot: Block 28, Lot 25. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 94600078:

CASADY
BESSIE MAY
1884 - 1925

The memorial lists her birth in Missouri and her death in Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma.
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Devol CASADY and Bessie May BALLARD




Husband Devol CASADY 267

         Born: 18 November 1859 - Ohio
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         Died: 2 February 1936 - Verden, Grady County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - Verden Cemetery, Grady County, Oklahoma


       Father: William Jackson CASADY (1829-1906) 267
       Mother: Margaret Ann CLARK (1833-1879) 267,831


     Marriage: 4 August 1915 - Grady County, Oklahoma

 Other Spouse: Nellie Ann WILMETH 268,269 - 25 July 1889 - Adair County, Iowa

 Other Spouse: Carrie LEWIS - 8 December 1913 - Oklahoma

 Other Spouse: Myrtle ESLECK - 25 January 1927 - Oklahoma

 Other Spouse: Eva Lena --?-- 829 - Abt 1928



Wife Bessie May BALLARD

         Born: 1884 - Missouri
   Christened: 
         Died: 1925 - Grady County, Oklahoma
       Buried:  - Rose Hill Cemetery, Grady County, Oklahoma

 Other Spouse: Arthur J. GOODNIGHT 2501 - 16 December 1906 - Bowie County, Texas


Children
1 M Albert Lee CASADY 2501

         Born: 29 September 1917 - Oklahoma 2495,2501
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         Died: 16 June 1987 - Beckham County, Oklahoma 2495
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Devol CASADY

Devol CASADY, born 18 November 1859, was the son of William Jackson CASSADY and Margaret CLARK Did his given name come from his CASADY or CLARK pedigrees? Was there a relationship to one of these DEVOL families named among the "First 48 Settlers of Washington County, Ohio" where Devol's family homesteaded in the early 1800s.

WASHINGTON COUNTY HISTORY FOUNDERS OF OHIO: The First 48 Settlers
DEVOL, Allen; DEVOL, Gilbert, Jr.; DEVOL, Jonathan
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohwashin/first-48.html)

Devol CASADY married Nellie Ann WILMETH 25 July 1889, in Richland Township, Adair County, Iowa, where Nellie's family lived during the 1880 census. The 1900 census provides that were married for 10 years. Their first child, Frankie E., was born 10 July 1890 and died 11 February 1892, aged 1 year, 7 months and 1 day. He was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Adams County, Iowa. Their son Clinton Jay was also born in Iowa in 1891. Devol moved his family to Oklahoma before July 1896 when their daughter, Lulu, was born.

1900 U.S. Census, Oklahoma Territory, Woods County, Galena Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1343 Page: 190: 39 40 CASSADY D. Head W M Nov 1859 40 M 10 OH OH OH Farmer; -- Nellie S. Wife W F Sept 1878 (sic) 27 M 10 4 3 KS OH OH; -- Clifton (sic) J. Son W M Oct 1892 7 S IA OH OH; -- Lulu B. Dau W F July 1896 3 S OK OH KS; -- Eddie Son W M July 1899 10/12 S OK OH KS. (Indexed as CASSEDE at Heritage Quest.)

1910 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Grady County, Shirley Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1253 Page: 15: 227 231 CASADY Devol Head M W 50 M1 20 OH OH MI Farmer General farm; -- Nellie A. Wife F W 37 M1 20 6 5 KS OH OH; -- Clinton J. Son M W 17 S IA OH OH Laborer Home farm; -- Lula B. Dau F W 13 S OK OH KS; -- Eddie G. Son M W 10 S OK OH KS; -- Freddie Son M W 5 S OK OH KS; -- Etta M. Dau F W 16/12 OK OH KS.

Nellie Ann died in childbirth in 1913. Her infant daughter also perished.

Devol married four more times. There has been a fair amount of discussion and uncertainty in what happened to each of the wives. His last wife, Eva Lena, widow of a Dyer, was also his widow.

"I also was able to get three marriage licenses for Devol a land description for his farm in Verden and land patent for his land in Woods County. I also found a land patent for Daniel and Irene Dodd and James and Amy Augusta Wilmeth.
Marriages are as follows: One for Carrie Lewis, married on December 8, 1913. One for Bessie M. Goodnight, married on August 4, 1915. Which adds another question. Where did Carrie Lewis go? Then the other one I was able to find was Myrtle Bomer, married on January, 25 1927. Myrtle also appears to vanish in thin air. What happened to her as Eva was the next wife a year later? There was no marriage license for Eva. However, the probate records that she filed to gain administrative capacities for 1936 showed her as Eva Casady. So, finding the three marriage licenses opened up pandora's box and just gave me more questions. Oh well, that's how genealogy goes." [Karen Scharnhorst, 5 May 2011]

Mrs. Bessie May Goodnight, maiden name Ballard, was the widow of Arthur J. Goodnight. Devol and Bessie had one son, Albert Lee Casady.

1920 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Grady County, Shirley Twp; Series: T625 Roll: 1461 Page: 265: Fm 106 107 CASADY Devoe Head M W 51 M OH US US Farmer; -- Bessie Wife F W 36 M MO OH MO; -- Edie Dau M W 20 S IA OH MO; -- Fred Son M W 15 S OK OH MO; -- Albert Lee Son 22/12 S OK OH MO; GOODNIGHT Dana Step-son (sic) F W 12 S TX OH MO; -- Mildred Step-dau F W 82/12 S TX OH MO; -- Mary Step-dau F W 7 S TX OH MO.
Before 1920 married Eva Lena DYER, with whom he had three children.

1930 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Grady County, Shirley Twp; Series: T626 Roll: 1904 Page: 154:
102 111 CASSADY Devol Head M W 70 M 30 OH OH OH Operator Farm;
-- Eva Wife F W 39 M 16 TX TX TX;
-- Albert Lee Son M W 12 S OK OH KY[sic, MO?];
-- Junior D. Son M W 18/12 S OK OH KY[sic, MO?];
DYER Cecil Step-son M W 16 S OK[sic, AR?] OH TX;
-- Margret Step-Dau F W 7 S OK OH[sic, AR?] TX;
-- Winnie Step-Dau F W 5 S OK OH[sic, AR?] TX;
ROULAIN Elen[?] Step-Dau F W 19 Wd OK TX AR;
-- Fern Step-[Grand?]Dau F W 10/12 OK OK OK.
Next door: Devol's son, Fred.
103 112 CASSADY Fred I. [Erwin] Head M W 22 M OH OH OH Operator Farm;
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CASSADY Cora R.[P. for Pierce?] Wife F W 20 M 16 OKMO AR;
-- Devol D. Son M W 210/12 S OK OH OK;
-- Thomas A. M W 4/12 S OK OH OK;
PIERCE D____ W. Lodger M W 19 S OK MO AR. [Brother of Cora?]

Devol died intestate on 2 February 1939, His widow Eva Casady applied for letters of administration.

Devol is buried in Verden Cemetery, Grady County, Oklahoma. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 85061113 created by Karen Scharnhorst:

DEVOL
CASADY
NOV. 18, 1859
FEB. 2, 1936

Others of Devol's family buried in Verden Cemetery are:
CASADY, Clinton J., b. 1 Oct 1891, d. 15 Dec 1918 (Son of Devol and Nellie A.)
CASADY, Devol, b. 18 Nov 1859, d. 2 Feb 1936 (H/O Nellie A. [WILMETH] CASADY)
CASADY, Infant girl, b. 14 May 1913, d. 14 May 1913 (Daughter of Devol and Nellie A.)
CASADY, Nellie A. [WILMETH], b. 19 Sep 1871, d. 14 May 1913 (W/O Devol CASADY)
WILMETH, Amy Augusta, b. 25 Mar 1846, d. 22 Jul 1919 (Mother of Nellie A. CASSADY)
(Received from Karen Rae Casady Sharnhorst, great-granddaughter of Devol and Nellie Ann CASADY, 3/03/2007)


General Notes: Wife - Bessie May BALLARD

Bessie May Ballard married Arthur J. Goodnight on 16 December 1906. He was born 22 March 1886 in Bowie County, Texas, died 5 July 1913 in Bowie, Texas, and was buried in Read Hill Cemetery, New Boston, Bowie County, TX. ["Pedigree Resource File", database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/S58K-Z1Y : accessed 2013-02-11), entry for Arthur J. /Goodnight/.]

Bessie and Arthur had three daughters: Dana, Mildred Jennie, and Mary. They were under age 6 when Arthur died.

NOTE: Mildred Jennie Olson, born 1 May 1910 in Texas, died 20 August 1969 in San Antonio, Bexar, Texas at age 59 years. She was a daughter of Arthur J. Goodnight and Bessie Mae Ballard. Mildred resided at 610 Carson Street in San Antonio. She was divorced and worked as a Nurse's Aide. Informant was Clarence M. Olson ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6W7-66K : accessed 11 Feb 2013), Arthur J. Goodnight in entry for Mildred Jennie Olson, 20 Aug 1969; citing reference 61927, State Registrar Office, Austin, Texas.]

Mrs. Bessie May Goodnight married second Devol Casady in August 1915 in Grady County, Oklahoma. Her three Goodnight children and her son Albert Casady are in Devol's household in 1920. This census lists Bessie's birth in Missouri.

"Bessie and Devol were married August 4, 1915 in Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma. To this union was born one child whose name was Albert Lee. He was born on September 29, 1917 in Verden, Grady County, Oklahoma and died June 16, 1987 in California. Bessie died as a result of a fire that started when an Iron caught on fire." [Karen Scharnhorst]

Bessie May Casady is buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma, Plot: Block 28, Lot 25. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 94600078:

CASADY
BESSIE MAY
1884 - 1925

The memorial lists her birth in Missouri and her death in Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma.


Notes: Marriage

Devol Casady, age 55, married Mrs. Bessie M Goodnight, age 31, on 8 August 1915 in Grady County, Oklahoma. ["Oklahoma, County Marriages, 1891-1959," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VR3B-R7M : accessed 11 Feb 2013), Devol Casady and Bessie M Goodnight, 1915.]
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John Herbert BALLARD and Wanda Elizabeth SMITH




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Wife Wanda Elizabeth SMITH (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Corwin Crittenden SMITH (1892-1981)
       Mother: Flossie Leona BROWN (1892-1979)




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Raymond John BALLARD, Jr. and Betty Jean SHERROD




Husband Raymond John BALLARD, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Betty Jean SHERROD (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Lester SHERROD (1907-1980)
       Mother: Marie M. DANIELL (1909-1968)




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2 M Thomas Sherrod BALLARD (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Joseph Daniel BALLARD

         Born: 1 April 1974 - Erie County, New York
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         Died: 27 June 1995 - Erie County, New York
       Buried:  - Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery, Erie County, New York




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Peter Sam BALSAMO and Dorothy WINTERS




Husband Peter Sam BALSAMO (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Dorothy WINTERS 2502

         Born: Abt 1917 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
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       Father: James Ellis WINTERS (1892-1970)
       Mother: Antoinette Cidonia ROWAN (1891-1972)



 Other Spouse: MARKS


Children

General Notes: Wife - Dorothy WINTERS

Mrs. Dorothy Marks is named as a sister in the October 21, 1942 obituary of Orlette Winters.

Mrs. Pete Balsomoe is named as a sister in the March 1947 obituary of Joseph Edwin Winters.

Records of the Day: Civil District Court, Suits Filed: Mrs. Dorothy Winters Balsamo vs. Peter Sam Balsamo, separation. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 22, 1947, Page 10] On December 4, 1948 a suit for divorce was filed.


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George West GUNNELL and Fannie BALTZER




Husband George West GUNNELL 925,926

         Born: 1846 926
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       Father: Hugh West GUNNELL, Sr. (Abt 1787-1857) 925
       Mother: Elizabeth TRAMMELL (1810-1884) 926


     Marriage: 10 August 1881

 Other Spouse: Matilda C. GUNNELL 925,1102,1103,1110 - 16 January 1868 (Divorced)



Wife Fannie BALTZER 2503

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General Notes: Husband - George West GUNNELL

George West GUNNELL was married twice. He first married Matilda GUNNELL, daughter of James N. and Julia GUNNELL, January 16, 1872. This marriage ended in divorce. EFFIE GUNNELL, born about 1871 was the child from this union.

In 1880 George, "single", lives with his widowed mother and unmarried sister, Frances, in Fairfax County, Virginia.

George married second Fannie BALTZER on August 10, 1881.


General Notes: Wife - Fannie BALTZER

Fannie BALTZER" married George West GUNNELL on 10 August 1881.

George West and Fannie GUNNELL are not listed together in the 1900 census. A Fannie GUNNELL, widowed, is living in Washington, D. C. This "Fannie GUNNELL" may or may not be the widow of George West GUNNELL:
1900 U.S. Census, District of Columbia, Washington; Series: T623 Roll: 161 Page: 207:
E St. NW 907 162 201 GUNNELL Fannie Head W F Jan 1848 52 WD DC DC DC house keeper;
-- Mamie Dau W F Mar 1878 22 S DC DC DC Copyist;
and three boarders.
If this is George's wife, then, was George Mamie's father?
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Phillip Isaac COOK and Alice Parthenia BANISTER




Husband Phillip Isaac COOK 213

         Born: 16 April 1848 - Butler County, Alabama
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         Died: 20 October 1939 - Many, Sabine Parish, Louisiana
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       Father: Dr. Uriah Hix COOK (1815-1884) 213
       Mother: Mary Jane RICHARDS (1826-1899) 213


     Marriage: 27 January 1877 - Butler County, Alabama



Wife Alice Parthenia BANISTER 2504

         Born: 26 August 1850 - Butler County, Alabama
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         Died: 17 May 1903
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Children
1 F Cora Bell COOK 2504

         Born: 22 April 1878 - Many, Sabine Parish, Louisiana
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         Died: 4 April 1946
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2 F Ella Lee COOK 2504

         Born: 3 May 1879 - Many, Sabine Parish, Louisiana
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         Died: 11 December 1945
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3 F Gertrude B. COOK

         Born: 23 June 1880 - Many, Sabine Parish, Louisiana
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         Died: 26 January 1947
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4 F Laura Edith COOK

         Born: 26 March 1882 - Many, Sabine Parish, Louisiana
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         Died: Cir 1907
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5 M John Hicks COOK

         Born: 5 May 1888 - Many, Sabine Parish, Louisiana
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         Died: 24 December 1932
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6 M Henry Barney COOK

         Born: 25 August 1892 - Many, Sabine Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 April 1982 - Many, Sabine Parish, Louisiana
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General Notes: Husband - Phillip Isaac COOK

1880 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Natchitoches Parish, 7th Ward; Series: T9 Roll: 457 Page 631; Family History Library Film 1254457 NA Film Number T9-0457 Page Number 631C:
Phillip COOK Self M Male W 34 AL Working On Farm --- ---;
Alice COOK Wife M Female W 19 AL Keeping House SC SC;
Bell COOK Dau S Female W 2 AL SC SC;
Ella COOK Dau S Female W 1 AL SC SC.
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Haywood DANIEL and Eleanor BANKS




Husband Haywood DANIEL 43

          AKA: Hayward DANIEL 2505
         Born: 1 October 1921 - Carroll County, Georgia 43,2505
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         Died: 16 January 1973 - Coweta County, Georgia 43
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       Father: Charles Albert DANIEL (1883-1942) 1756
       Mother: Nannie DENNEY (1878-1948) 756,870


     Marriage: Bef 1949



Wife Eleanor BANKS 1649

         Born: 14 April 1918 - Coweta County, Georgia 1649
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         Died: 7 May 1988 - Coweta County, Georgia
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       Father: E. C. BANKS (1895-      ) 1649
       Mother: Myrtle --?-- (1893-      ) 1649




Children
1 M Jerome Haywood DANIEL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Deborah CLARK (living)
       Spouse: Kelly TULL (living)


2 F Anitha Eleanor DANIEL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Danny Leon BLAIR (living)



General Notes: Husband - Haywood DANIEL

Haywood DANIEL, age 8, is named as "Hayward" in the 1930 census. His granddaughter, Shannon Daniel Dukes, provides "He was a fireman and died of lung cancer even though he had never smoked a day in his life. I can only guess it was from the career he chose. He served in World War II and he and my grandmother were foster parents to many children before he became ill."

"HAYWOOD DANIEL 01 Oct 1921 Jan 1973 (not specified) (none specified) 257-16-7786 Georgia." (SSDI)
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Sgt. Andrew Jackson HALBERT, Jr., USA, WWI and Elizabeth BANKS




Husband Sgt. Andrew Jackson HALBERT, Jr., USA, WWI 1901

         Born: 6 October 1891 - Maricopa County, Arizona 1901,2506
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         Died: 21 May 1980 - El Paso County, Texas 2506
       Buried:  - Fort Bliss National Cemetery, El Paso County, Texas 2506


       Father: Pvt. Andrew Jackson HALBERT, CSA (1842-1898) 2507
       Mother: Emma CREILLY (1859-1947) 1901


     Marriage: 1932



Wife Elizabeth BANKS 2508

         Born: 9 December 1910 2508
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         Died: 17 February 1998 - Bexar County, Texas 2508
       Buried:  - Fort Bliss National Cemetery 2508


Children
1 M Donald C. HALBERT 2509

         Born: 27 October 1939 2509
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         Died: 24 February 2009 - Bexar County, Texas 2509
       Buried:  - Fort Bliss National Cemetery 2509




General Notes: Husband - Sgt. Andrew Jackson HALBERT, Jr., USA, WWI

"Andrew Jackson HALBERT, Jr. who married, 1932, Betty BANKS, by whom he had two sons. They live in Monterrey, N.L., Mexico and represent the senior branch of the family." (William C. Halbert, Sr.)

In 1910, A. J., 18, lives with his widowed mother, Emma HALBERT, in Tempe, Arizona. He has not been located in the 1920 census.

United States, World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942
Serial Number: U2376 Andrew Jackson Halbert
Residence: 3030 Nashville, El Paso, El Paso County, Texas
Mailing Address: Apartado 93, Torreon, Mexico
Age: 51, Born October 6, 1891 Place of birth: Tempe, Arizona
Name of person who will always know your address:
Mrs. A. J. Halbert, Apartado 93, Torreon, Mexico
Employer's name and address:
Cia Metalurgica Pen oles, S. A, Apartado 251, Monterrey, N. L.
Place of employment or business: Yorreon, Coah, Mexico
Signed: "A. J. Halbert"
[FamilySearch.org: Film Number: 4186332, Digital Folder Number: 4186332, Image Number: 02161]

Sgt Andrew J. HALBERT, U.S. Army, is buried in Plot: C, 0, 2584, Fort Bliss National Cemetery, El Paso, El Paso County, Texas. In the same plot are his wife, Elizabeth B. HALBERT, and their son, Donald, listed on the reverse of his headstone. A picture of Andrew Jackson's headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 738790, imported from US Veteran's Affairs on Feb 25, 2000:

ANDREW J
HALBERT
SGT
US ARMY
WORLD WAR I
OCT 6 1891
MAY 21 1980

"HALBERT, ANDREW 06 Oct 1891 May 1980 88 79925 (El Paso, El Paso, TX) (none specified) Texas 452-94-9491" [SSDI]


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth BANKS

Elizabeth "Betty" BANKS married Andrew Jackson HALBERT, Jr. before 1939.

Elizabeth B Halbert died 17 Feb 1998 in Bexar County, Texas. [Texas Death Index, 1964-1998, Familysearch.org]

Elizabeth is buried with her husband and their son, Donald, in plot C O 2584, Fort Bliss National Cemetery, El Paso, El Paso County, Texas. A picture of her headstone, shared with their son, Donald, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 738790. She and Donald are listed on the reverse side of her husband's marker:

HIS WIFE
ELIZABETH B.
DEC 9 1910
FEB 17 1998
THEIR SON
DONALD
OCT 27 1939
FEB 24 2009
SOAR WITH
THE EAGLES

"HALBERT, ELIZABETH B 09 Dec 1910 17 Feb 1998 (P) 87 78233 (San Antonio, Bexar, TX) (none specified) Texas 452-94-8504" [SSDI]
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Whitfield Wesley WANNAMAKER and Ella Louisa BANKS




Husband Whitfield Wesley WANNAMAKER 2417,2510,2511

         Born: April 1851 - South Carolina 2511
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       Father: Whitefield Wesley WANNAMAKER (1823-1886) 1747,2510,2512
       Mother: Adelle Mary KEITT (1829-1903) 2510,2512,2513


     Marriage: Abt 1878

 Other Spouse: STEWART 2417



Wife Ella Louisa BANKS 2417,2514

         Born: December 1855 - South Carolina 2514
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Children
1 M Arthur B. WANNAMAKER 2417,2514

         Born: June 1879 - South Carolina 2514
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2 F Adelle WANNAMAKER 2417,2514

         Born: December 1882 - South Carolina 2514
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       Buried: 
       Spouse: A. C. HANE (living)


3 M Treutlen M. WANNAMAKER 2417

         Born: July 1884 - South Carolina 2514
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Belle BARTON (living)


4 M Whitfield W. WANNAMAKER 2417,2514

         Born: July 1886 - South Carolina 2514
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Lucile LONG (living)


5 M Luther Banks WANNAMAKER 2417,2514,2515

         Born: March 1894 - South Carolina 2514
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary HENDERSON (living)



General Notes: Husband - Whitfield Wesley WANNAMAKER

"Whitfield W. Watson, married May, daughter of the Hon. Samuel J. Dibble,... Other children of Dr. W. W. Wannamaker were: ... W. W. Wannamaker, a successful farmer of this community, who married Lou Banks, deceased. (Revolutionary Reader: REMINISCENCES AND INDIAN LEGENDS, compiled by Sophie Lee Foster, State Regent, Daughters of the American Revolution of Georgia, Atlanta, Ga.; Byrd Printing Company, 1913, Copyrighted 1913, p. 203, http://www.archive.org/stream/revolutionaryrea00fostiala/revolutionaryrea00fostiala_djvu.txt)

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Spartanburg County, Spartanburg Court House P O, 1 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1508 Page: 562 (partial): 1 1 Stone R. GANT 51 M W; ...; EDMUNDS W. T. 17 M W Student College SC; WANNAMAKER J. E. 18 M W Student College SC; SALLY E. L. 16 M W Student College SC; SULLIVAN T. J. 16 M W Student College SC; WANNAMAKER W. W. 19 M W Student College SC; PORTER F. L. 16 M W Student College SC; GILMORE A. J. 19 M W Student College SC; CLYDE L. K. 22 M W Student College SC.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Amelia Twp, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 1537 Page: 17:
Line 100 WANNAMAKER Whit W. W M Apr 1851 49 M 22 SC SC SC Farmer; (cont'd on page 101) WANNAMAKER Ella Wife W F Dec 1855 45 M 22 5 5 SC SC SC; -- Arthur B. S on W M Jun 1879 20 S SC SC SC At school; -- Addilla Dau W F Dec 1882 17 S SC SC SC At school; -- Treutlen Son W M July 1884 15 S SC SC SC At school; -- Whitfield W. Son W M July 1886 13 S SC SC SC At school; -- Luther B. Son W M Mar 1894 6 S SC SC SC.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Calhoun County, Amelia Twp, 15 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 1446 Page: 158:
54 54 WANNAMAKER W. W. Head M W 59 Wd SC SC SC Farmer; -- Adelle Dau F W 27 S SC SC SC; -- T. M. Son M W 25 S SC SC SC; -- W. W. Jr. Son M W 23 S SC SC SC; -- Banks Son M W 17 S SC SC SC.

1920 WANNAMAKER Whitefield W 69 M W SC SC CALHOUN AMELIA


General Notes: Wife - Ella Louisa BANKS

Ella was the wife if Whitfield W. WANNAMAKER in the 1900 census. In the 15 April 1910 census, Whitfield is shown as a widower, Ella presumed to have died.
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John BANKS and Louisa TATE




Husband John BANKS

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     Marriage: 1810



Wife Louisa TATE

         Born: Cir 1788
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       Father: James TATE, RS-VA (Cir 1746-1798)
       Mother: Rebecca HUDSON (1742-1816)




Children

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John BANKS and Susannah TATE




Husband John BANKS

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     Marriage: 1806



Wife Susannah TATE

         Born: Cir 1784
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       Father: William TATE, RS-VA (Cir 1748-1814)
       Mother: Elisheba HUDSON (Cir 1752-1833)




Children

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Kevin Lewis BANKS and Susan Lynn PARKER




Husband Kevin Lewis BANKS (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Susan Lynn PARKER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Jack Edward PARKER
       Mother: Peggy Lynn DANIEL



 Other Spouse: Chip Randolph DANIEL


Children
1 F Mary Parker BANKS (details suppressed for this person)

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Elisha KARR and Margaret BANKS




Husband Elisha KARR 334

         Born: Cir 1820 - England 334
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Baltimore County, Maryland
       Buried:  - St. Mary's Episcopal Church Cemetery 334
     Marriage: 



Wife Margaret BANKS 334

         Born: Cir 1820 - Chester County, Pennsylvania 334
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Baltimore County, Maryland
       Buried:  - St. Mary's Episcopal Church Cemetery 334


Children
1 F Caroline Elizabeth KARR 334,2516

         Born: 26 August 1850 - Chester County, Pennsylvania 336
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 January 1933 - Baltimore County, Maryland 334
       Buried:  - Woodlawn Cemetery
       Spouse: Charles Wesley BLAKENEY 336,2517
         Marr: 25 December 1870 - Baltimore County, Maryland 334



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Clark Jackson EAGANS and Cottiana Magdalena BARAHONA




Husband Clark Jackson EAGANS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Clark Lee EAGANS
       Mother: Sunshine Suzanne STANPHILL


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Zacmarie LEON



Wife Cottiana Magdalena BARAHONA (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 M Clark Braiden EAGANS (details suppressed for this person)

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Presley Mason TALBOTT and Frances Julia BARBEE




Husband Presley Mason TALBOTT 2149

          AKA: Peter Mason TALBOTT 434
         Born: 23 August 1834 - Kentucky 434
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         Died: 27 March 1871
       Buried: 


       Father: Charles Henry TALBOTT (1806-1838)
       Mother: Maria Elizabeth OWSLEY (1813-1881) 1235


     Marriage: Abt 1854



Wife Frances Julia BARBEE 2149

         Born: Abt 1834 - Kentucky 2149
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       Father: Thomas BARBEE (1806-1880)
       Mother: Nancy FRY (Cir 1810-      )




Children
1 F Bettie G. TALBOTT 1582,2149

         Born: Abt 1856 - Kentucky 2149
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2 F Nannie B. TALBOTT 1582,2149,2518

         Born: Abt 1858 - Missouri 2149
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: W. A. JOHNSON 2518
         Marr: Abt 1877


3 F Lucy B. TALBOTT 1582,2149

         Born: 1860 - Pettis County, Missouri 2149
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Frank ALLEN


4 M Thomas Barbee TALBOTT 1579,1582

         Born: 14 August 1861 - Georgetown, Missouri 1579
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 October 1940 - Dayton, Ohio
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Annie Marvin HUNTER 1579,1580
         Marr: Bef 1894


5 M Gilford B. TALBOTT 1582

         Born: Abt 1866 - Kentucky 1582
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6 F Fannie B. TALBOTT 1582

         Born: Abt 1868 - Kentucky 1582
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General Notes: Husband - Presley Mason TALBOTT

Presley Mason TALBOTT was born 23 August 1834. His father, Charles Henry TALBOTT died in 1838. His mother, Maria Elizabeth OWSLEY, remarried in 1839 to Charles' brother, Albert Gallatin TALBOTT. Presley, named as "Peter", and his siblings live in Albert and Maria's household in the 1850 census of Boyle County, Kentucky.

1860 U.S. Census, Missouri, Pettis County, Blackwater Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 638 Page: 845: 547 541 P. M. TALBOT 27 M Farmer 10,000 5,350 KY; Fanny B. TALBOT 26 F KY; -- Bettie 4 F KY; -- Nannie 2 F MO; -- Lucy 0/12 F MO.

"Company H. Wounded, Lieutenant Isaac N. Johnson. Privates M. Golden and P.M. Talbott."

1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lincoln County, Stanford; Series: M593 Roll: 482 Page: 114: 45 45 TALBOTT Presley M. 36 M W Editor Newspaper 4500 300 KY; -- Fannie 36 F W Keeps house KY; -- Bettie G. 14 F W At school KY; -- Nannie B. 12 F W At school KY; -- Lucy B. 10 F W At school KY; -- Thomas B. 9 M B (sic) At school KY; -- Gilford B. 4 M W KY; -- Fannie B. 2 F W KY; SALTER Nancy 19 F B Domestic servant KY.
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H. G. BARBEE and Ann Neblett OGBURN




Husband H. G. BARBEE 2519

         Born: 30 April 1800 - North Carolina 2519
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 July 1873 - Marshall County, Mississippi
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 1 August 1822



Wife Ann Neblett OGBURN 2519

         Born: 1802
   Christened: 
         Died: 1885 - Marshall County, Mississippi
       Buried:  - Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi


Children
1 F Sarah Caroline BARBEE

         Born: 15 February 1829 - Clarksville, Tennessee 1507
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 February 1859 - Marshall County, Mississippi
       Buried:  - Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi
       Spouse: Thomas Woodward RAIFORD, Sr. 2156
         Marr: 26 September 1844 - Shelby County, Tennessee



General Notes: Husband - H. G. BARBEE

H. G. BARBBEE married Ann Neblett OGBURN.

1870 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Marshall County, Byhalia P O; Series: M593 Roll: 740 Page: 700: 275 275 BARBEE H. G. 70 MW Merchant 1500 800 NC; -- Ann 66 F W Keeping house VA; -- William 37 M W MS. [Six homes away is the family of their deceased daughter Sarah Caroline, five of her children, and Thomas Woodward RAIFORD, remarried.

H. G. And Ann share a single tombstone in Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi, inscribed
H.G.&A.N.BARBEE
Born Died
1800 - 1873
1802 - 1885
(http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=58399&GRid=11561584&)

"H. G. BARBEE born N.C. April 30, 1800; died July 19, 1873; md Ann N. OGBURN Aug. 1, 1822; moved to Byhalia, Miss. 1847." (GENEALOGICAL ABSTRACTS FROM REPORTED DEATHS, THE NASHVILLE CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1861; 1872-1873, JULY-DECEMBER 1873, By Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith, Copyright, Jonathan K. T. Smith, 1997,http://www.tngenweb.org/records/tn_wide/obits/nca/nca4-07.htm)

A Horace G. BARBEE is named in the Mississippi Land Patents Database: Marshall County A-L: BARBEE Horace G [Section] 6 [Twp] 4S [Range] 3W [Meridian]Chickasaw [Total acres] 160.15 1838/08/07 (http://files.usgwarchives.org/ms/marshall/land/marshall-a-l.txt)


General Notes: Wife - Ann Neblett OGBURN

Ann Neblett OGBURN married H. G. BARBEE. They share a single tombstone in Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi, inscribed
H.G.&A.N.BARBEE
Born Died
1800 - 1873
1802 - 1885
(http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=58399&GRid=11561584&)
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Governor John Young BROWN, Kentucky and Lucy BARBEE




Husband Governor John Young BROWN, Kentucky

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Wife Lucy BARBEE

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       Father: Thomas BARBEE (1806-1880)
       Mother: Nancy FRY (Cir 1810-      )




Children

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Thomas Woodward RAIFORD, Sr. and Sarah Caroline BARBEE




Husband Thomas Woodward RAIFORD, Sr. 2156

         Born: 2 February 1819 - South Carolina 2520
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 January 1878 - Marshall County, Mississippi 2520
       Buried:  - Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi


       Father: Phillip Ephraim RAIFORD, V, RS-SC (Abt 1765-Between 1824/1824)
       Mother: Elizabeth DANIEL (Abt 1780-      )


     Marriage: 26 September 1844 - Shelby County, Tennessee

 Other Spouse: Emily F. QUIGLEY 406 - 22 September 1859 - Marshall County, Mississippi



Wife Sarah Caroline BARBEE

         Born: 15 February 1829 - Clarksville, Tennessee 1507
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 February 1859 - Marshall County, Mississippi
       Buried:  - Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi


       Father: H. G. BARBEE (1800-1873) 2519
       Mother: Ann Neblett OGBURN (1802-1885) 2519




Children
1 F Elizabeth B. RAIFORD 406,2521

          AKA: Bessie B. KEMP 2409
         Born: 16 August 1845 - Marshall County, Mississippi 404,2409
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 February 1881 - Marshall County, Mississippi 2522
       Buried:  - Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi
       Spouse: Thomas Michael KEMP, C.S.A 404,1792
         Marr: Abt 1865


2 F Julia Caroline RAIFORD 406,407

         Born: 12 March 1848 - Marshall County, Mississippi 406
   Christened: 
         Died: After 23 October 1923
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John Rowen KEMP, CSA 404,1792
         Marr: 26 October 1870 - Marshall County, Mississippi


3 F Mary Thomas RAIFORD 406,407

         Born: 20 June 1851 - Marshall County, Mississippi 406
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 January 1930
       Buried:  - Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi
       Spouse: Dr. Nicholas Joseph WILSON 402,403
         Marr: After 1 June 1870


4 F Ann E. RAIFORD 406,2409

         Born: 21 September 1852 - Marshall County, Mississippi 2408
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Spouse: Eugene Amos NEBLETT 404,2409
         Marr: 1870


5 M Thomas Woodward RAIFORD, Jr. 406

         Born: September 1855 - Marshall County, Mississippi 2155
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Lillie D. ALLEN
         Marr: 26 October 1881 - Marshall County, Mississippi


6 F Emily Addine RAIFORD 406,407,2408

         Born: Abt 1859 - Marshall County, Mississippi 2523
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Dr. Charles LeGrande HAYES 402,404,2408
         Marr: Abt 1879



General Notes: Husband - Thomas Woodward RAIFORD, Sr.

The 1850 census of the Northern Division, Marshall County, Mississippi, dated 5 Nov 1850, Series: M432 Roll: 377 Page: 332, shows the family of Thomas and Sarah Barbee RAIFORD. Thomas, a farmer, is 41, Sarah 23, Elizabeth 5, and Julia 3. Their next door neighbor is Thomas' brother, Malachi RAIFORD and his wife, Patience. Also living in Thomas' household is John WEBB 24 and Elizabeth 20, possibly John's wife or sister.

Sarah died before September 1859 when Thomas married Emily QUIGLEY. The 1860 census shows Mary, Nancy, Thomas W., Jr., and Ellen, age 1, have been added to the family. Considering that Emily is age 1 as of the census she is probably the daughter of Thomas' wife Sarah who may have died in childbirth. Thomas and Emily were married on 22 September 1859, unlikely to have a child aged one.

1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Marshall County, Oak Grove P O, 28 August 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 587 Page: 95. 233 231 Thos W. RAIFORD THOS W 51 M W Farmer 23,800 32,750 SC; Emily " 41 F W TN; Elizabeth " 15 F W MS; Julia 12 F W MS; Mary " 10 F W MS; Nancy " 8 F W MS; Thos W. " 5 M W MS; Ellen " 1 F W MS.

1870 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Marshall County, Byhalia P O, 8 September 1870 ; Series: M593 Roll: 740 Page: 700: 281 281 RAIFORD Thomas 61 M W Farmer 12280 1030 SC; -- Emily 53 F W Keeping house 1000 --TN; -- Julia 22 F W MS; -- Mary 20 F W MS; -- Nannie 17 F W MS; -- Thomas 15 M W MS; -- Emma 11 F W MS.

Thomas Woodward Raiford of Amite County, Mississippi, wrote his Last Will and Testament on 29 September 1830.
To his "beloved son William T. Raiford he bequeathed negroes Nelson, Kissey, Spencer, West, Wellis, Peter, & Eliza.
To his beloved daughter Sarah Ann Raiford he bequeathed negroes Bob, Mary, Stephen, William, Edward, jordan, Alsey & Het.
to his beloved son Thomas h. Raiford he bequeathed negroes Jim, Simon Peter, Watt, Dinah, Anna, Matlida, & Harrison.
Property of sons William T. Raiford and Thomas H. Raiford to be in the care of Philip Kirkland of East Feliciana, Louisiana.
Property of daughter Sarah Ann Raiford to be in the care of Nancy Kirkland of East Feliciana, Louisiana.
Executors: friends James Garner and Wilfor Garner
Witnesses: Sol. Weathersby, Elijah Martin, Philip R. James.
Sworn to on 18 October 1830 by the same witnesses.

Thomas Woodward RAIFORD's grave is indexed in the Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi:
Pg. 48 & 50, Byhalia Cemetery
RAIFORD, Mary M., Nov. 24, 1850-May 18, 1875
RAIFORD, Thos. Woodward, Feb. 2, 1809-Jan 18, 1878 (H)
RAIFORD, Sarah Caroline, Feb. 15, 1827-Feb. 21, 1859 (W)


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Caroline BARBEE

"My gggrandfather's brother, Thomas Woodward RAIFORD married Sarah Caroline BARBEE, b. 2/15/1829 in Clarksville, TN, d. 2/18/ 1858 Byhalia, Marshall Co., MS. Her parents, according to the family tree Descendants of William Barbee posted on FTM by Richard Watson. I have most of Thomas and Sarah's descendants down through the 1950s but I suspect that the list is too long for the board.
I also have a journal entry made by a contemporary of hers announcing her death in Marshall Co., MS in 1858. I haven't found her grave yet, but it's in one of the cemeteries near Byhalia." (Raiford Pittman, 4/25/2002)

In the 1850 census, Sarah 23, born in Tennessee, is the wife of Thomas RAIFORD.

"SARAH CAROLINE RAIFORD d/o H. G. and A. N. Barbee, died nr. Byhalia, Marshall Co., Miss., Feb. 21, 1859 aged 32 years; joined MEC 1839 at Wolf River campground in Shelby Co., Tenn." (GENEALOGICAL ABSTRACTS FROM REPORTED DEATHS, THE NASHVILLE CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1857-1860 By Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith, Copyright, Jonathan K. T. Smith, 1997
JANUARY-JUNE 1859, http://www.tngenweb.org/records/tn_wide/obits/nca/nca2-06.htm)

Sarah Caroline is buried by her husband, Thomas in Byhalia Cemetery, Marshall County, Mississippi. Her birth in 1827 differs from the alternate date above:
RAIFORD, Sarah Caroline, Feb. 15, 1827-Feb. 21, 1859 (W)
RAIFORD, Thos. Woodward, Feb. 2, 1809-Jan 18, 1878 (H)


Notes: Marriage

Sept. 26, 1844 Thomas W. RAIFORD
H. G. BARBEE Security A. F. 1770
Sarah C. BARBEE
[Tennessee State Marriages,1780-2002, page 176. Ancestry.com]
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Thomas BARBEE and Nancy FRY




Husband Thomas BARBEE

         Born: 1806 - Green County, Kentucky
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         Died: 1880
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1834



Wife Nancy FRY

         Born: Cir 1810
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Children
1 F Frances Julia BARBEE 2149

         Born: Abt 1834 - Kentucky 2149
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       Spouse: Presley Mason TALBOTT 2149
         Marr: Abt 1854


2 M Joshua BARBEE

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3 F Lucy BARBEE

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       Spouse: Governor John Young BROWN, Kentucky


4 F Salley BARBEE

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5 M Thomas Fry BARBEE

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       Spouse: Henrietta BUFORD


6 F Nannie BARBEE

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       Spouse: Did Not Marry



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Thomas Fry BARBEE and Henrietta BUFORD




Husband Thomas Fry BARBEE

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       Father: Thomas BARBEE (1806-1880)
       Mother: Nancy FRY (Cir 1810-      )


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Wife Henrietta BUFORD

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Ernest Hartley BARBER and Persis Means JOHNS




Husband Ernest Hartley BARBER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Persis Means JOHNS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Rev. Henry LeRoy JOHNS, USN, WWI (1896-1985)
       Mother: Meta Persis MEANS (1901-1993)



 Other Spouse: James Carroll CRAWFORD


Children

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Joe Calbert BARBER and Jewell Inez GOSS




Husband Joe Calbert BARBER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Jewell Inez GOSS (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Judy Carol BARBER (details suppressed for this person)

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Rickey Wayne DANIEL and Judy Carol BARBER




Husband Rickey Wayne DANIEL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Bossie DANIEL (1930-2004)
       Mother: Josie Dell LACY (1923-2003)


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Glenda BROOKE



Wife Judy Carol BARBER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Joe Calbert BARBER
       Mother: Jewell Inez GOSS




Children
1 F Lacey Carol DANIEL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Rickey Wayne DANIEL, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Ashley BULLOCK (living)



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Lloyd E. BARBER and Alice Maude HALBERT




Husband Lloyd E. BARBER

         Born: Abt 1915
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Wife Alice Maude HALBERT (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: George W. HALBERT (1878-1953)
       Mother: Ada Alice SULCER (Abt 1882-1936)



 Other Spouse: Joseph C. MILES 2524


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Timothy Thomas BARBER and Terri Lynn EGLEY




Husband Timothy Thomas BARBER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Terri Lynn EGLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Ronald L. EGLEY (1937-2015)
       Mother: Edith Alice DAUGHTERY



 Other Spouse: Darrel Wayne REDISH


Children

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Major L. JUDY and Willie Mae BARBER




Husband Major L. JUDY (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Willie Mae BARBER (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 F Flora Mae JUDY 792

         Born: 29 November 1928 - Elmore County, Alabama 792
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 June 2003 - Autauga County, Alabama 792
       Buried: 2 July 2003 - Oak Hill Cemetery
       Spouse: James Carrol HOOD 792,2525
         Marr: 13 October 1945 - Montgomery County, Alabama 792



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Major Alfred M. BARBOUR, CSA and Anne Catherine DANIEL




Husband Major Alfred M. BARBOUR, CSA 2526

         Born: 17 April 1829 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 April 1866 - Virginia
       Buried:  - Fairview Cemetery, Culpeper County, Virginia
     Marriage: 4 January 1858 - Jefferson County, Virginia 2527



Wife Anne Catherine DANIEL 526

          AKA: Kate D. BARBOUR, Kate D. MOORE
         Born: Abt 1839 - Jefferson County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 December 1893 - Baltimore County, Maryland
       Buried:  - Edge Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, West Virginia


       Father: William Stephen DANIEL (1806-Bef 1849) 118
       Mother: Catherine G. HURST (1802-1874) 1808



 Other Spouse: Robert MOORE - 1877 - Maryland


Children

General Notes: Husband - Major Alfred M. BARBOUR, CSA

BARBOUR, Alfred M. (1829-1865) - of Jefferson County, Va. (now W.Va.). Born in 1829. Delegate to Virginia secession convention, 1861. Died in 1865[*]. Burial location unknown. (www.politicalgraveyard.com.)
[*Newspaper obituary notices indicate Alfred died in April 1866, RLD]

In October 1859, Alfred M. BARBOUR, the newly appointed superintendent of Harpers Ferry Armory, traveled to New England, partly to "consult with the Ames Manufacturing Company about building a mill for rolling gun barrels at Harpers Ferry."
On the evening of October 16, 1859, John Brown and twenty- one other men launched an attack on the Federal Arsenal at Harpers Ferry,1 the beginning of a long-range plan to destroy the slave system in the South. They were successful in capturing the Arsenal, but soon lost their superior position, due partly to circumstances which delayed the raiding party from leaving the Arsenal and retreating into the mountains above Harpers Ferry. The next day the group was surrounded by the Virginia militia, and on Tuesday morning U. S. Marines, under the command of Colonel Robert E. Lee, battered down the doors of the engine house in the Armory yard and captured John Brown and his surviving comrades. In the course of the raid ten of Brown's men were killed; seven, including Brown himself, were captured and later hanged, and five escaped.
Support for John Brown grew while he was in jail. Brown received letters from all over the country, offering encouragement, sending money, and praising the old man for his courage. Among those sourced in the Executive Papers of Governor Henry A. Wise of Virginia was that of Alfred M. BARBOUR, Harpers Ferry, telegram to Wise, October 26, 1859.

1860 U.S. Census, Virginia, Jefferson County, Harper's Ferry; Series: M653 Roll: 1355 Page: 851: 1556 1564 Alfred M. BARBOUR 28 M W Superintendant, U.S. Armory 5000 10000 VA; Kate D. BARBOUR 20 F W VA; James O'BRIEN 30 M W Public Gardner Ireland.

On January 2, 1861, Supt. A. M. BARBOUR had informed the United States ordnance bureau that he apprehended an assault on the armory, and that he had organized the armorers into volunteer companies for its protection. The next day, Maj. H. J. Hunt, of the Second artillery, was assigned to command at Harper's Ferry and Lieut. R. Jones was ordered to report to him for duty with 60 picked men of the mounted rifles from Carlisle barracks. Hunt was instructed by Adjutant-General Cooper to dispose his force to protect the armory, but to make no display of it that would cause irritation. He arrived and took command on the 5th. On the 2d of April, Lieutenant Jones succeeded Hunt in command. His force on the I8th of April was but 45 men. Just before that date he sent a message to Secretary of War Cameron, asking for a large reinforcement if it was the intention to save the contents of the armory. To this he had no reply and was left to act on his own judgment. On Thursday morning, April 18th, Col. A. M. BARBOUR, who had resigned the superintendency of the armory a short time before and was now a member of the Virginia convention from Jefferson county, arrived at Harper's Ferry and thoughtlessly stated in public that the convention had passed an ordinance of secession; that the governor had called out the volunteers to repulse any effort to reinforce the command at Harper's Ferry, and that Virginia intended to take possession of the armory and arsenal. ("The Civil War in the Shenandoah Valley" provided by A Heritage Enterprise-Your History Connection (http://www.angelfire.com/wv/wasec2) The First Shenandoah Valley Campaign April to July, 1861 Confederate Military History, (Volume 3, Chapter VI))
"The movement to capture Harper's Ferry, Virginia, and the fire-arms manufactured and stored there was organized at the Exchange Hotel in Richmond on the night of April 16th, 1861. Ex-Governor Henry A. Wise was at the head of this purely impromptu affair. The Virginia Secession Convention, then sitting, was by a large majority "Union" in its sentiment till Sumter was fired on and captured, and Mr. Lincoln called for seventy-five thousand men to enforce the laws in certain Southern States. Virginia was then, as it were, forced to "take sides," and she did not hesitate...Late on April 15th I received a telegram from "Nat" Tyler, the editor of the "Richmond Enquirer," summoning me to Richmond, where I arrived the next day. Before reaching the Exchange Hotel I met ex-Governor Wise on the street. He asked me to find as many officers of the armed and equipped volunteers of the inland towns and counties as I could, and request them to be at the hotel by 7 in the evening to confer about a military movement which he deemed important. Not many such officers were in town, but I found Captains Turner Ashby and Richard Ashby of Fauquier county, Oliver R. Funsten of Clarke county, all commanders of volunteer companies of cavalry; also Captain John A. Harman of Staunton -- my home -- and Alfred M. BARBOUR, the latter ex-civil superintendent of the Government works at Harper's Ferry. These persons, with myself, promptly joined ex-Governor Wise, and a plan [begin page 112] for the capture of Harper's Ferry was at once discussed and settled upon. The movement, it was agreed, should commence the next day, the 17th, as soon as the convention voted to secede, -- provided we could get railway transportation and the concurrence of Governor Letcher. (John D. Imboden, "Jackson at Harper's Ferry in 1861," Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, Volume I, pages 111-125.
Office of Chief Quartermaster Potomac Department CSA
March 1st 1862 Captain, You have been this day placed on duty at Manassas in charge of Rail Road transportation of this department. You are expected to require and command all the Engines & Cars necessary to carry the persons & stores of this department when needed. You will confer at once with the various Rail Roads & bring here all the cars to be had. You will have conveyed at once and without any sort of delay, from this place, all Q. Master, Hospital, Ordnance stores and Commissary supplies, in the order named. You will then send off all the extra baggage of the army. One passenger train of every morning going towards Gordonsville, will be retained for sick & wounded soldiers, with the exception of one car for ladies, will be retained, until the train reaches the Moore Hospital. In case no ladies go on board the cars before they reach Moores Hospital, the reserved car will then be filled with sick. You will please have full and free interviews with Maj Cole, Cdg Conig, and find out his wants. Do not fail to send daily carloads or grain & supplies to Centerville & Union Mills. Keep the Road to Centerville in good condition. Report to me daily, what you have sent off, and to what places. I will see you daily and give further directions. Alfred M. Barbour Major & Chief Q. Master (http://www.csa-railroads.com/Essays/Orignial%20Docs/NA,%20MG%203-1-62.htm)

Obituary: We regret to announce the death of Major Alfred M. Barbour, formerly of Culpepper, but for several years before the war a resident of Jefferson County, Virginia, and Superintendent of the Armory at Harper's Ferry. Major Barbour served several terms in the Virginia Legistature, and during the late war was Chief Quartermaster of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston's army. [The Alexandria Gazette, Alexandria, Virginia, Saturday, April 7, 1866, Page 3]

Birth: Apr. 17, 1829
Death: Apr. 4, 1866

Superintendant of the Harper's Ferry Armory during John Brown's Raid. Confederate officer. Born in Culpeper County, VA. Attended University of Virginia and Harvard Law School. Prewar legislator. Superintendant at Harper's Ferry 1858-1861. Confederate quartermaster. Aide to General J.E. Johnston, later to Polk. Also served in Montgomery AL and Meridian MS as quartermaster. Disliked by Jubal Early, who termed him "not energetic or efficent."

Alfred Madison Barbour was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Culpeper, Culpeper County, Virginia. A picture of his family tombstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 8684923. The memorial lists his birth on 17 April 1829 and his death on 4 April 1866.

Four months after Alfred's death:
PARDONS BY THE PRESIDENT. - The Secretery of the Commonwealth has recently received pardons for the following named pers... Barbour, Alfred M., Culpepper...
[The Richmond Whig, Richmond, Virgrinia, Tuesday, August 7, 1866, Page: 3]

In the 1870 U.S. Census, Kate D. BARBOUR, Alfred's widow, resides with Catherine G. DANIEL, her 68 year old widowed mother. No children are in the household.


General Notes: Wife - Anne Catherine DANIEL

Anne Catherine DANIEL, daughter of William Stephen DANIEL and Catherine G. HURST, married Alfred M. BARBOUR. She is named as "Kate D 20" and is living with Alfred M. 28 in the 1860 census at Harper's Ferry, Jefferson County, Virginia. No children are shown.

Alfred served the Confeeracy in the War Between The States. He died 4 April 1866.

In the 1870 census of Jefferson County, West Virginia, his widow, Kate D. BARBOUR, no children listed, is living with Catherine G. DANIEL, her 68 year old widowed mother.

1870 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Jefferson County, Averill Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1689 Page: 424: 2 2 DANIEL(S?), Catherine G. 68 F W Keeping House 30000 2000 WV; BARBOUR Kate D. 29 F W WV; HUNTER Maria(?) F B Domestic Servant WV (and her 6 children). West Virginia became a state in 1863. Both Catherine G, and her daughter Kate D. were born in Virginia.

Kate married second Robert Moore in 1877.

1880 U.S. Census, Maryland, Baltimore, District 9; Series: T9 Roll: 496 Page: 334:
153 162 MOORE Rob W M 60 M Dry goods Merch Ireland Ireland Ireland
-- Kate D. W F 36 Wife M Keeping house VA VA VA
-- Charles WM 29 Son S Merchant MD Ireland Ireland
-- William W M 27 Son S Lawyer MD Ireland Ireland
HERST [sic, HURST] Cary W F 11 Niece S At school VA [written over Maryland] VA VA
[two servants and two farm hands]

Obituary: Mrs. Kate D. Moore, widow of Mr. Robert Moore, died last night at "The Garrison," near Pikesville, the residence of her step-son, Mr. Charles J. Moore. Mrs. Moore was the daughter of the late William S. Daniel, of Jefferson county, W. Va. Rheumatism was the cause of her death. [The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, Monday, December 25, 1893, Page 8]

Kate is buried in Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 24356911:

KATE DANIEL BARBOUR
DAUGHTER OF
WM S. & CATHERINE G. DANIEL
WIFE OF
ROBERT MOORE
ENTERED INTO REST
CHRISTMAS EVE, 1893

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David Dale DANIEL and Edna BARBOUR




Husband David Dale DANIEL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Father: Bossie DANIEL (1930-2004)
       Mother: Josie Dell LACY (1923-2003)


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Sandra WELLS

 Other Spouse: Tina STEWART



Wife Edna BARBOUR (details suppressed for this person)

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Children

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Jacques Broadwater CROMMELIN and Marjorie BARCLAY




Husband Jacques Broadwater CROMMELIN

         Born: 26 February 1909
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 November 2002
       Buried:  - Welwood Murray Cemetery, Riverside County, California


       Father: Henri CROMMELIN (1880-1958)
       Mother: Antoinette Wilder BROADWATER (1879-1910)


     Marriage: Abt 1936



Wife Marjorie BARCLAY

         Born: 13 February 1910
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 October 2001 - Riverside County, California
       Buried:  - Welwood Murray Cemetery, Riverside County, California


Children

General Notes: Husband - Jacques Broadwater CROMMELIN

1920 U.S. Census, Missouri, Livingston County, Chillicothe; Series: T625 Roll: 918 Page: 6A:
134 143 BARCLAY Jesse H. Head M W 51 M MO PA OH Retail merchant Ready to wear
-- Frances Wife F W 45 M NY NY NY
--Francis L. Dau F W 15 S MO MO NY
-- Marjorie Dau F W 9 S MO MO NY

1940 U.S. Census, Oregon, Multnomah County, Portland; Series: T627 Roll: 3386 Page: 1A:
8 CROMMEIN Jacques Head M W 31 M Washington Inspector Mortgage loan
-- Marjorie Wife F W 30 M Missouri
On 1 April 1935, Jacques resided in rural Day County, South Dakota. Marjorie resided in rural Livingston County, Missouri.

Jacques Broadwater Crommelin is buried in Welwood Murray Cemetery, Palm Springs, Riverside County, California. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 42276286:

JACQUES BROADWATER CROMMELIN
FEBRUARY 26, 1909 - NOVEMBER 27, 2002


General Notes: Wife - Marjorie BARCLAY

Mrs Jacques Crommelin of South Dakota is named as an attendant to the bride at the marriage of Miss Wilder Broadwater and Philip Tuggle Clay, Jr. on 18 February 1937.

Marjorie B. Crommelin, born 13 Feb 1910, died 29 Oct 2001 at age 91. Her social security number was issued in Wyoming. Her last residence was in Palm Springs, Riverside County, California 92264. ["United States Social Security Death Index,"]

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Colonel Tignal W. JONES, CSA and Mary E. BARCLAY




Husband Colonel Tignal W. JONES, CSA

         Born: 25 November 1820 - Lewisberg, Franklin County, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 June 1882 - Smith County, Texas
       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery


       Father: Willis H. JONES (1799-1861)
       Mother: Mary H. TAYLOR (Abt 1800-      )


     Marriage: 1854 - Talladega, Alabama

 Other Spouse: Martha J. MARSH - 18 December 1856 - Tyler, Texas



Wife Mary E. BARCLAY

         Born: 
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         Died: Abt 1855
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Colonel Tignal W. JONES, CSA

Copied from the H. M. Bell File, Smith County Historical Society Archives, Carnegie History Center, Tyler, TX The Encyclopedia of the New West Biographical Sketches of Their Representative Men and Women (Published 1881):
"COLONEL TIGNAL W. JONES, TYLER
Tignal W. Jones was born near Lewisburg, Franklin County, North Carolina, November 25, 1820. He is of Welsh and English extraction, and the family settled at an early day in the history of America, in Mecklenburg County, Virginia. A branch of this family went to Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, and Tignal is descended from this branch. His father, Willis H. Jones, was a native of Wake County, North Carolina; at the age of fourteen a soldier in the war of 1812; by occupation a farmer. His family on both sides have always been ready to show their patriotism, and have participated in all the principal wars we have ever had in this country, from the Revolution to the present time. His grandfather, Tignal Jones, was a farmer in Wake County, North Carolina, of considerable property and a large slave-holder. His great-grandfather, also named Tignal Jones, was one of the framers of the constitution of the Old North State, was in some way connected with the Mecklenberg declaration of Independence, and was a soldier in the Revolution. The mother of Tignal W. Jones, Mary H. Taylor, was a native of Virginia, connected with the Holmes, Fox and Gholson families of that state. She was the daughter of Richard Taylor, a planter and a soldier of the Revolution and the war of 1812. Her family were very wealthy. Some of her brothers were killed in the war of 1812. The only living brother of Tignal W. Jones is James H. Jones, a distinguished lawyer of Henderson, Texas, who was a colonel of the 11th Texas infantry in the civil war, and was shot through the body at Pleasant Hill, Louisiana, and who was a delegate to the national democratic convention at Cincinnati in 1880. Two brothers, Simon P. and Dr. Robert T., died in the Confederate service. The latter was in the battle of Elkhorn, was appointed assistant surgeon at Little Rock, and died while attending soldiers in the hospital. Of six sisters, Margaret is the widow of Dr. W. S. Poe; Anna is the wife of John F. Sterne, a planter in Walker county, Texas; Eliza is the wife of Thomas Trammell, a planter in Rusk county; Laura married Thomson Camp, a merchant of Rusk county; Virginia N. is the widow of Richard Hightower, late of Walker county; Josephine married James B. Harper, merchant of Rusk County. The father of T. W. Jones moved from North Carolina to Shelby county, Alabama, in 1824, removed to the "Creek Purchase" in 1834, and 1852 settled in Rusk County, Texas, where he died February 16, 1861, at the age of sixty-two. Both parents were exemplary members of the Methodist church. In their family government they treated their children as companions, and yet taught them to reverence, respect and obey their parents, a course which Mr. Jones subsequently pursued in his own family. He attributes whatever he has achieved in life to the precepts and example of his parents. After attending the various common schools wherever his father lived, Tignal entered the Nashville University, under the celebrated Dr. Philip Lindsley, in 1841. In 1843-4 he studied law under Judge William P. Chilton and Hon. F. W. Bowden with John T. Morgan, afterwards general and now United States senator from Alabama, and A. W. Bowie of that state. He was admitted to the bar by the supreme court of Alabama in 1844, and practiced law with Hon. F. W. Bowden till the commencement of the Mexican war. In 1846 he volunteered in the army for twelve months and served for that length of time as first- lieutenant of Company E. of the Alabama troops, commanded by Colonel John R. Coffee. With his company he participated in the siege of Vera Cruz, but did most service in hard marching and garrisoning the towns of Camargo and Tampico. From Jalapa Lieutenant Jones returned home and resumed the practice of law with F. W. Bowden, at Talledega, Alabama, in 1847. In 1849 he formed a partnership with Bowie and Curry, (J. L. M. Curry, now the distinguished Baptist preacher of Richmond, Virginia,) which lasted until 1856. In the latter year Mr. Jones moved to Tyler, Texas, where he has ever since resided. In 1872, he formed a partnership with John L. Henry. In 1879 Mr. Henry chaned his residence to Dallas, since which Mr. Jones has been practicing alone. In 1861 he was a member of the Texas convention that passed the ordinance of secession, and framed the constitution to conform to the Confederate government. In that convention he was a member of the constitutional committee. He was never a candidate for office, a characteristic of the family being that they all studiously avoid standing for political office, not even accepting the position of delegate to the state conventions. He voted for secession in the convention, voted for it in the general election, and to maintain it severed two years during the war, first as a private soldier and afterwards as colonel of a regiment of cavalry on the Texas coast. Colonel Jones had amassed some property by his legal practice, and now owns a residence, the inheritance of his wife, and some wild land in Harrison and Anderson counties. By the war he lost ten or twelve negroes. He also lost several tracts of valuable land by selling them for Confederate paper. All his family and his wife's family are Democrats, and he has voted that ticket all his life. He became a Master Mason and a Baptist in Alabama in 1848. Mr. Jones is also Baptist. He entertains that Christ came a second time at the taking of Jerusalem by the Romasn; that He will not come again; that the end of the world spoken of in the Bible began at the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans; that the resurection from the dead takes place when the body dies; that the general judgment day began at the destruction of Jerusalem and ended with the downfall of the Roman empire. Colonel Jones has been twice married; first in 1854 at Talladega, Alabama, to Miss Mary E. Barclay, who died in six months after the marriage. She was the daughter of Hugh Barclay, a merchant in Talladega. His second marriage was at Tyler, Texas, December 18, 1856, to Mrs. Martha Bell, widow of F. M. Bell, a merchant, large landowner and pioneer settler of Tyler, where he died in 1854, and enterprising and public spirited man, distinguished for his probity. She had two sons when she married Colonel Jones, Bryan M. and Frank M. Bell, both engaged as partners in the grocery business. Frank married Miss Sallie Swann, daughter of Thomas R. Swann, a cotton merchant of Tyler. These brothers inherited from their father about twelve thousand acres of land and other property. Mrs. Jones was born October 27, 1830, in Sumter county, Alabama. She is the daughter of Colonel Bryant Marsh, a native of North Carolina, a large planter and slaveholder. Her mother's name was Rebecca Jones, half-sister of James C. Jones, the famous orator and distinguished governor of Tennessee. She was born in Franklin county, North Carolina, and died in Smith county, Texas, in 1870, a devout member of the Methodist church. Mrs. Jones was educated at Gaston, Sumter county, Alabama. Of her four brothers, Bryan Marsh was a colonel in the Confederate army and lost an arm in battle; Darius Marsh was a lieutenant in a Texas regiment, and was killed in one of the battles around Atlanta; Edmond Marsh was a captain in the Confederate service, and was killed in a batatle near Atlanta, and Peter Marsh was in the Confederate Army, but was disable by sickness. All of them were gallant soldiers. Of her two sisters, Sarah E. is the widow of T. M. Love, and Mrs. Elizabeth Gaines is dead. Colonel and Mrs. Jones have two children, only one of whom is living; Rebecca, born in 1857, died in infancy; Mary H., born in Tyler, educated at home and in Hollins Institute, Virginia, married in April, 1880, Mr. S. H. Cox, a merchant of Tyler, and formerly a civil engineer and inspector of Texas railroads. Colonel Jones received no patrimony of any kind on entering upon the active duties of life. By constant and laborious effort in the law, he accieved success and made a good name in society. He has used as his motto "do right at all times and under all circumstances." He has observed the rule to owe no man anything, considering a condition of hopeless indebtedness as that of a miserable slave. He owes not one dollar; has given liberally to all enterprises intended to promote the welfare of the community, and is respected and honored wherever he is known. He has a good reputation as a lawyer, and a fair practice; is noted for his candor in giving his legal opinions, whether to courts or client; never excites nor encourages litigation. He is beloved by his family, esteemed by his associates, and respected by his acquaintances. He devotes himself to his private business, takes no active part in politics or other agitations, and lives a quiet comfortable life, having a fair competency."
Col. Jones' family in the 1870 U.S. Census is listed as "22 23 JONES, Tignal 48 M W Lawyer 2500 1000 NC"; wife "Martha 38 F W Keeping House Ala"; daughter "Mary 11 F W At School Tex"; stepsons "BELL, Bryant 18 M W Student 2600 Tex" and "Bell, Francis 16 M W Student Tex"; and "Jones, Thomas 11(?) M b Domestic Servt Tex".
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George Washington JOLLY and Melissa Ann BARDWELL




Husband George Washington JOLLY 1602

         Born: July 1853 - Louisiana 1602
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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     Marriage: Abt 1880

 Other Spouse: Mattie --?-- 1603 - Between 1910 and 1920



Wife Melissa Ann BARDWELL 1602

         Born: 6 September 1861 - Mississippi 1602
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 1903 and 15 April 1910 2528
       Buried: 


Children
1 M William Robert JOLLY

         Born: 23 September 1881
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 July 1884
       Buried: 



2 M Henry Everett JOLLY 1602

         Born: 16 December 1883 - Louisiana 2529
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 July 1961
       Buried: 



3 M McDaniel JOLLY

         Born: January 1885 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: January 1885 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 



4 M Emanuel JOLLY 2528

         Born: September 1886 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana 1602
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M Cebron JOLLY 1602

         Born: 11 March 1889 - Louisiana 2529
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 August 1904
       Buried: 



6 F Alice Telazele JOLLY 2530

         Born: 12 June 1890 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 March 1959 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Rapides Parrish, Louisiana
       Spouse: Lodowick Hill DANIEL 9
         Marr: 1 August 1903 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana 2530


7 F Emma JOLLY 1602

         Born: 11 February 1893 - Louisiana 1602
   Christened: 
         Died: October 1972
       Buried: 



8 M Albert Houston JOLLY 1602

         Born: May 1895 - Louisiana 1602
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 January 1966
       Buried: 



9 F Minnie O. JOLLY 2528

          AKA: Mary Octavia
         Born: November 1896 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana 1602
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



10 M Moab JOLLY 1602

         Born: July 1899 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana 1602
   Christened: 
         Died: 1919
       Buried: 



11 M Clarence JOLLY 2528

         Born: 25 January 1903 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana 2528
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 December 1966
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - George Washington JOLLY

1900 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Rapides Parish, Ward 9; Series: T623 Roll: 578 Page: 331: 482 513 JOLLY George W. W M Jul 1853 46 M 24? LA LA LA Farmer; -- Melissa Wife W F June 1862 37 M 18 10 8 MS MS MS; -- Henry E. Son W M Dec 1883 16 S LA LA MS Farm laborer; -- Manuel Son W M Sept 1886 13 S LA LA MS Farm laborer; -- Seborn Son W M Mch 1889 11 S LA LA MS Farm laborer; -- Alice Dau W F Feb 1891 9 S LA LA MS; -- Emma Dau W F Feb 1893 7 S LA LA MS; -- Albert Son W M May 1895 5 S LA LA MS; -- Minnie Dau W F Nov 1896 4 S LA LA MS; -- Moab Son W M July 1899 10/12 S LA LA MS; -- Mary Dau W F Feb 1873 27 S LA LA MS Farm laborer.
Named by another researcher but miissing from this census is Mary Octavia, 24 Nov 1886-1965, her birth conflicts with Manuel born Sept 1886. Minnie, born Nov 1896 and Minnie O., 12 in 1910 appears to be the Mary Octavia said to have been born in Nov 1886.

Mary, born Feb 1873, if George's daughter is too old to be by Melissa.

1910 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Rapides Parish, Police Jury Ward 9; Series: T624 Roll: 527 Page: 212: 87 87 JOLLEY George W. Head M W 565 Wd LA LA LA Farmer general farm; -- Henry E. Son M W 25 S LA LA LA Farm laborer home farm; -- Emanuel Son M W 22 S LA LA LA Farm laborer home farm; -- Emma Dau F W 16 S LA LA LA Keeps house; -- Albert H. Son M W 14 S LA LA LA Farm laborer home farm;-- Minnie O. Dau F W 12 S LA LA LA; -- Moab Son M W 10 S LA LA LA Farm laborer home farm; -- Clarence Son M W 8 S LA LA LA.

1920 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Rapides Parish, Ward 9, Pineville; Series: T625 Roll: 627 Page: 237: Fm 6 6 Jolly George W. Head M W 66 M LA LA LA Farmer General farm; -- Mattie Wife F W 59 M NC NC NC; -- Mary Dau F W 4_?[scratched over] S LA LA LA. [Same Mary as in 1900?]
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Jonathan C. WOODSON and Margaret BARFIELD




Husband Jonathan C. WOODSON 1075

         Born: 1791 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1870 - Georgia
       Buried:  - Woodson Cemetery, Lizella, Georgia
     Marriage: Bef 1823



Wife Margaret BARFIELD 1075

         Born: 1800 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1860 - Georgia
       Buried:  - Woodson Cemetery, Lizella, Georgia


Children
1 F Sarah WOODSON

         Born: 1823
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         Died: 
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2 M John WOODSON

         Born: 1826
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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3 M David WOODSON

         Born: 1830
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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4 F Ruth WOODSON

         Born: 1832
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         Died: 
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5 F Mary Jane WOODSON 1075,1076

         Born: 1834 - Bibb County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 November 1894 - Pulaski County, Georgia 1075
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Isham Hand ARMSTRONG, CSA 1075,1076
         Marr: 13 April 1854 - Bibb County, Georgia


6 F Louisa WOODSON

         Born: 1834
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 M Jonathan WOODSON

         Born: 1836
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



8 F Tabitha WOODSON

         Born: 1838
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         Died: 
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9 F Rebecca WOODSON

         Born: 1839
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         Died: 
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10 F Finderica WOODSON

         Born: 1842
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Jonathan C. WOODSON

Jonathan C.Woodson resides in Pulaski County, East of the River, in the 1870 census, Page 44. His age is 75 and is a Wheel Wright. His son Jonathan F. Woodson and his family are living in the home with him. Isham ARMSTRONG and Mary, Jonathan's daughter, live 2 houses away.


General Notes: Wife - Margaret BARFIELD

Of Jones and Bibb counties, Georgia.


Notes: Marriage

I went to the Jones County Courthouse last week and got a copy of Jonathan Woodson and Mary Barfield's marriage certificate. They were Mary Jane Woodson's parents. Would you like a copy? (June Parsons Junebug1950@cox.net March 20, 2007)

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Fnu BARKER and Ann FINDLEY




Husband Fnu BARKER (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Ann FINDLEY

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1849
       Buried: 


       Father: Fnu FINDLEY (      -      )
       Mother: Susanna HURST (      -Bef 1849)




Children

General Notes: Wife - Ann FINDLEY

Ann BARKER is named in the 1849 settlement of the estate of her Uncle William HURST, and as a daughter of Susanna FINDLEY, daughter of John HURST. Her heirs to her share of the estate were "John FOX and James COLEMAN, in right of their wives - daughters of Ann BARKER". The daughters' names were not listed.

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Milton E. BARKER and Louisa Ann McCUTCHEN




Husband Milton E. BARKER 2531

         Born: Abt 1862 - Alabama 2531
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1910
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 1903



Wife Louisa Ann McCUTCHEN 1066,1067

          AKA: Louanna McCUTCHEN
         Born: December 1870 - Walker County, Georgia 1067
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 October 1905 2532
       Buried:  - Forest Hills Cemetery, Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee


       Father: Dr. Ira William McCUTCHEN, CSA (1822-1876) 152,2533
       Mother: Juliet Ann McCULLOH (1831-1913) 152,2533




Children

General Notes: Husband - Milton E. BARKER

Milton E. Barker married Louisa Ann McCutchen in 1903. Louisa died 21/ October 1905.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Walker County, Tannery; Series: T624 Roll: 214 Page: 264: 153 155 BARKER[*] Melton Head M W 48 Wd AL GA GA Farmer Truck farmer Emp;
McCUTHEON [sic, McCutchen] Julia Mother-in-law F W 78 Wd - 9 4 GA GA GA None;
-- Bessie B. Sister-in-law F W 53 S GA GA GA None. [*Indexed at Heritage Quest as "BACKER Milton."]


General Notes: Wife - Louisa Ann McCUTCHEN

"I knew about the daughter called Louanna. Her name is actually Louisa Ann and they called her Lou. She married a man named Milton E. Baker [sic, Barker] in 1903. [Bruce Howard]

Louisa died 21 Oct 1905. She is buried in Forest Hills Cemetery, Chattanooga, Hamilton county, Tennessee.
"Louise's mother and sister reside with her widowed husband, Milton Barker, in Walker County, Georgia. There are no children in the household, indicating Louisano surviving children by Louisa.
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Casper E. HEINDL and Nancy L. BARKER




Husband Casper E. HEINDL (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Nancy L. BARKER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Frederick McNeal BARKER (1908-1971)
       Mother: Catherine Thompson ANDREWS (1907-1987)




Children
1 M Walter E. HEINDL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Joanne HEINDL (details suppressed for this person)

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Ellsworth C. HENDERSON and Ariminta Emma BARKLEY




Husband Ellsworth C. HENDERSON

         Born: 1 July 1860 - Kentucky
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         Died: 6 September 1942 - Alemeda County, California
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 24 September 1884 - Kentucky



Wife Ariminta Emma BARKLEY

         Born: Abt 1860 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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         Died: 1923 - Mason County, Kentucky
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       Father: James Herbert BARKLEY (1828-1895)
       Mother: Martha Louise HALBERT (1841-1922) 2534




Children
1 M Harry Bruce HENDERSON

          AKA: Bruce H. HENDERSON
         Born: 21 May 1887 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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         Died: 10 September 1959 - San Francisco County, California
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Nettie Longford SMITH
         Marr: 1 February 1908 - Hamilton County, Ohio



General Notes: Husband - Ellsworth C. HENDERSON

"United States Census, 1880," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MCZC-MKM : accessed 22 May 2014), Ellsworth Henderson in household of Thompon Henderson, Hendersons, Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing sheet 130D, NARA microfilm publication T9. District 62.
Thompon [sic] Henderson Self M 41 KY PA MD
Ellsworth Henderson Son M 19 KY KY OH
Paris Henderson Son M 16 KY KY OH
Julia Henderson Wife F 41 KY OH KY

Ellsworth C. Henderson married Ariminta Emma "Mintie" Barkley about 1885.

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M9HN-976 : accessed 22 May 2014), Mindy E Henderson in household of Elias Henderson, Magisterial District 7, Tolesbor (south, west part), Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing sheet 3A, family 57, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1240538.
Elias [misread, Elsworth. RLD] Henderson Head M Jul 1860 40 M 15 KY KY KY Merchant
Mindy [misread, Mintie. RLD] E Henderson Wife F Apr 1861 39 M 15 1 1 KY KY KY
Bruce H Henderson Son M May 1887 13 S KY KY KY
Annie B Hendrickson Domestic F March 1881 19 S KY KY KY

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M2DV-DMQ : accessed 22 May 2014), Mintie E Henderson in household of Elsworth C Henderson, Tollesboro, Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 123, sheet 3B, family 65, NARA microfilm publication T624, FHL microfilm 1374495.
Elsworth C Henderson Head M 48 KY KY KY
Mintie E Henderson Wife F 48 KY KY KY
Sidney B Hughes Hired woman F 27 KY KY KY

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K9DC-JD1 : accessed 22 May 2014), Ellsworth Henderson in household of Harry B Henderson, Manteca, Castoria Judicial Township, San Joaquin, California, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 39-1, sheet 14A, family 313, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 323.
Harry B Henderson Head M 60 Kentucky Agent Railroad
Nettie Henderson Wife F 52 Kentucky
Ellsworth Henderson Father M 79 Kentucky
Margaret White Granddaughter F 10 Kentucky
Alfred Bates Lodger M 25 Kentucky
On 1 April 1935, this household resided in the same house.

Ellsworth C. Henderson, born 1 July 1860 in Kentucky, died 6 September 1942 in Alameda County, California. ["California, Death Index, 1940-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VPD3-X3T : accessed 22 May 2014), Ellsworth C Henderson, 06 Sep 1942; citing Department of Public Health Services, Sacramento.]


General Notes: Wife - Ariminta Emma BARKLEY

Arimenta Emma "Mintie" Barkley married Ellsworth C. Henderson about 1885. They had one son, Harry Bruce Henderson.

Mintie E. Henderson died in 1923 in Maysville, Mason County, Kentucky. She was a daughter of Jas. H. Barkley and Martha Halbert. ["Kentucky Death Records, 1911-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N9YB-6JX : accessed 12 May 2014), Martha Halbert in entry for Mintie E. Henderson, 1923; citing Maysville, Mason, Kentucky, 21867, Office of Vital Statistics, Frankfort; FHL microfilm 1912692.]

Mintie E. Barkley Henderson is buried in East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Fearisville, Lewis County, Kentucky. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 97662333:

MINTIE E. HENDERSON
APR. 1, 1861 - AUG. 17, 1923

The menorial states she was the wife of Ellsworth Henderson (1860-1942 in Almeda Co, CA).


Notes: Marriage

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/a/l/William-C-Halbert/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0820.html
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Jack HENDERSON and Belle BARKLEY




Husband Jack HENDERSON

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Wife Belle BARKLEY

          AKA: Mary B. BARKLEY
         Born: Abt 1862 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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         Died: 1939 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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       Father: James Herbert BARKLEY (1828-1895)
       Mother: Martha Louise HALBERT (1841-1922) 2534




Children

General Notes: Wife - Belle BARKLEY

Mrs. Belle Barkley Hendrickson, wife of Jack Hendrickson and daughter of James Barkley and Martha Halbert, died in 1938 in Tolesboro, Lewis County, Kentucky. ["Kentucky Death Records, 1911-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NSQJ-1BK : accessed 12 May 2014), James Barkley in entry for Mrs. Belle Barkley Hendrickson, 1938; citing Tollesboro, Lewis, Kentucky, 4681, Office of Vital Statistics, Frankfort; FHL microfilm 1913342.]
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George William BARKLEY and Frances May HULL




Husband George William BARKLEY

         Born: 6 January 1871 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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         Died: August 1964
       Buried:  - Ebenezer Cemetery, Lewis County, Kentucky


       Father: James Herbert BARKLEY (1828-1895)
       Mother: Martha Louise HALBERT (1841-1922) 2534


     Marriage: 26 March 1895



Wife Frances May HULL

         Born: 1872 - Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 January 1950 - Mason County, Kentucky
       Buried:  - Ebenezer Cemetery, Lewis County, Kentucky


Children
1 M F3 Bruce Hull BARKLEY, USN, WWI

         Born: 24 February 1897 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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         Died: 7 February 1972
       Buried:  - Ebenezer Cemetery, Lewis County, Kentucky
       Spouse: Leona E. --?--
         Marr: Bef 1906


2 F Jennie L. BARKLEY

         Born: Abt 1903 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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General Notes: Husband - George William BARKLEY

George William Barkley married Frances May "Frankie" Hull on 26 March 1895.

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M9HF-5BN : accessed 23 May 2014), George W Barkley, Magisterial District 7, Henderson Precinct 7 (north, east part), Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing sheet 7B, family 143, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1240538.
BARKLEY George W. Head W M Jan 1871 29 M 4 KY KY KY Farmer
-- May Hull Wife W F Mar 1872 28 M 4 1 1 KY KY KY
--Bruce Hull Son W M Feb 1897 3 KY KY KY

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M2DJ-G75 : accessed 23 May 2014), George W Barclay, Henderson, Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 122, sheet 6B, family 129, NARA microfilm publication T624, FHL microfilm 1374495.
George W Barclay Head M 39 Kentucky
May H BarclayWife F 38 Kentucky
Bruce H Barclay Son M 13 Kentucky
Jennie L Barclay Dau F 7 Kentucky

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHGN-DJ1 : accessed 23 May 2014), George W Barkley, Henderson, Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing sheet 2A, family 38, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1820586.
George W Barkley Head M 48 Kentucky
May H Barkley Wife F 47 Kentucky
Bruce H Barkley Son M 22 Kentucky
Jannie L Barkley Dau F 17 Kentucky

George Barkley, born 6 January 1871, died in August 1964 at age 93. Social Security Number 406-50-7209 was issued in Kentucky.
"United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JR5C-432 : accessed 23 May 2014), null, Aug 1964; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).

George W. Barkley is buried in Ebenezer Cemetery, Tollesboro, Lewis County, Kentucky. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 18081881:

GEORGE W.
BARKLEY
1871 - 1964


General Notes: Wife - Frances May HULL

Mrs Frankie Hull Barkley died 13 January 1950 in Maysville, Mason County, Kentucky at age 77. She was a daughter of Robert Bruce Hull and Jenny Lee.
"Kentucky Death Records, 1911-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N9JQ-R3P : accessed 23 May 2014), Frankie Mrs Hull Barkley, 13 Jan 1950; citing Maysville, Mason, Kentucky, cn 1334, Office of Vital Statistics, Frankfort; FHL microfilm 2241073.

Frances May "Frankie" Barkley is buried in Ebenezer Cemetery, Tollesboro, Lewis County, Kentucky. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 18081977:

MAY HULL
BARKLEY
1872 - 1950

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James Herbert BARKLEY and Martha Louise HALBERT




Husband James Herbert BARKLEY

         Born: 1828 - Kentucky
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         Died: 1895
       Buried:  - East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Lewis County, Kentucky
     Marriage: Abt 1860



Wife Martha Louise HALBERT 2534

         Born: 16 February 1841 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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         Died: February 1922 - Lewis County, Kentucky
       Buried:  - East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Lewis County, Kentucky


       Father: Daniel HALBERT (1797-1863) 2534
       Mother: Rachel THOMAS (1806-1872) 507,2534




Children
1 F Ariminta Emma BARKLEY

         Born: Abt 1860 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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         Died: 1923 - Mason County, Kentucky
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ellsworth C. HENDERSON
         Marr: 24 September 1884 - Kentucky


2 F Belle BARKLEY

          AKA: Mary B. BARKLEY
         Born: Abt 1862 - Lewis County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 1939 - Lewis County, Kentucky
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Jack HENDERSON


3 M George William BARKLEY

         Born: 6 January 1871 - Lewis County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: August 1964
       Buried:  - Ebenezer Cemetery, Lewis County, Kentucky
       Spouse: Frances May HULL
         Marr: 26 March 1895


4 F Kate BARKLEY

         Born: 17 October 1875 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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5 F Nellie BARKLEY

         Born: 1879 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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General Notes: Husband - James Herbert BARKLEY

"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M65D-JQC : accessed 12 May 2014), James H Barckly in household of William Barckly, Lewis county, part of, Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing family 344, NARA microfilm publication M432. Affiliate Film Number 210.
William Barckly [sic] M 60 Farmer 3000 Pennsylvania
Elenor " F 53 Maryland
Daniel L " M 24 Kentucky
James H " M 22 Kentucky
Samuel B " M 19 Kentucky
Thomas J " M 17 Kentucky
Mary " F 28 Kentucky
Eliza " F 26 Kentucky

"United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MZBP-3MR : accessed 12 May 2014), James Barkley in household of William Barkley, , Lewis, Kentucky, United States; citing "1860 U.S. Federal Census - Population," Fold3.com; p. 78, household ID 567, NARA microfilm publication M653; FHL microfilm 803381.
William Barkley M 71 Pennsylvania
Eliza Barkley F 23 Kentucky
James Barkley M 31 Kentucky
Thomas Barkley M 26 Kentucky

"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MXWV-MZ7 : accessed 12 May 2014), Martha Barkley in household of James H Barkley, Kentucky, United States; citing p. 3, family 17, NARA microfilm publication M593, FHL microfilm 000545980. Tollesboro Precinct, Tollesboro P. O.
James H Barkley M 39 KY
Martha Barkley F 27 KY
Mintie E Barkley F 10 KY
Mary B Barkley F 8 KY
George Tincher M 17 VA

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, Henderson; Series: T9 Roll: 428 Page: 136:
177 177 BARKLEY James W M 51 M Farmer KY KY KY
-- Martha W F 49 [sic, 59?] Wife M Keeping house KY KY KY
-- Minta W F 19 Dau S At home KY KY KY
-- Bill [sic, Belle. RLD] W F 17 Dau S At home KY KY KY
-- George W M 9 Son - At home KY KY KY
-- Kate W F 4 Dau - At home KY KY KY
-- Nellie W F 10/12 Feb Dau KY KY KY

Mrs. Belle Barkley Hendrickson, wife of Jack Hendrickson and daughter of James Barkley and Martha Halbert, died in 1938 in Tolesboro, Lewis County, Kentucky. ["Kentucky Death Records, 1911-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NSQJ-1BK : accessed 12 May 2014), James Barkley in entry for Mrs. Belle Barkley Hendrickson, 1938; citing Tollesboro, Lewis, Kentucky, 4681, Office of Vital Statistics, Frankfort; FHL microfilm 1913342.]

James Herbert Barkley is buried in East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Fearisville, Lewis County, Kentucky. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, Martha Louise Halbert, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 76378999:

JAMES HERBERT
BARKLEY
1828 - 1895



General Notes: Wife - Martha Louise HALBERT

Martha Louise Halbert, wife of James Herbert Barkley, is buried in East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Fearisville, Lewis County, Kentucky. A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband is on Find A Grave Memorial# 18305356:

MARTHA HALBERT
BARKLEY
1841 - 1922

The memorial lists her birth on February 16, 1841, and her death in February, 1922 in Lewis County, Kentucky.



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BARKSDALE and Mary Ellen HALBERT




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Wife Mary Ellen HALBERT (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: SSgt Donald Dewitt HALBERT, USA, WWII (1924-1970)
       Mother: Doris Virginia WITTENTON (1924-2009)




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Abraham B. BARLOW and Frances GIDDENS




Husband Abraham B. BARLOW

         Born: 12 September 1879 - Pulaski County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 October 1970 - Colquitt County, Georgia
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 18 December 1907 - Tift County, Georgia



Wife Frances GIDDENS

         Born: 23 April 1890 - Coffee County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 November 1961 - Colquitt County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Barrien County, Georgia


Children
1 M Lincoln BARLOW 43

         Born: 3 November 1917 - Colquitt County, Georgia 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 February 2002 - Colquitt County, Georgia 43
       Buried:  - Westview Cemetery, Colquitt County, Georgia
       Spouse: Mildred Alene DUNN 2535
         Marr: 12 August 1939 - Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia



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Lincoln BARLOW and Mildred Alene DUNN




Husband Lincoln BARLOW 43

         Born: 3 November 1917 - Colquitt County, Georgia 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 February 2002 - Colquitt County, Georgia 43
       Buried:  - Westview Cemetery, Colquitt County, Georgia


       Father: Abraham B. BARLOW (1879-1970)
       Mother: Frances GIDDENS (1890-1961)


     Marriage: 12 August 1939 - Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia



Wife Mildred Alene DUNN 2535

         Born: 23 August 1921 - Coolidge, Thomas County, Georgia
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       Father: Marvin Sisroe DUNN (1890-1948) 2177
       Mother: Mary Etta DANIELL (1884-1961) 1637,2177,2178




Children
1 F Brenda Ann BARLOW

         Born: 1 June 1941 - Colquitt County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 June 1941 - Colquitt County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Westview Cemetery, Colquitt County, Georgia



2 M Lincoln Farrell BARLOW (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Edris Kay BARLOW (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Don Keith BARLOW (details suppressed for this person)

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5 F Debra Faye BARLOW (details suppressed for this person)

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6 M Ricky Kirk BARLOW (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Lincoln BARLOW

Lincoln BARLOW is named as "Buddy" age 2 in the 1920 census of Colquitt County, Georgia.

Lincoln married Mildred Alene DUNN, daughter of Marvin Sisroe DUNN and Mary Etta DANIELL.

Excerpts from the History of Lincoln Barlow contributed By m_barlow · Apr 17, 2013: Transcribed and compiled from audiotapes made by Lincoln Barlow. [https://familysearch.org/photos/stories/605540]:
I was born November 3, 1917 to Abraham B. Barlow ("Abe") and Francis Giddens Barlow ("Fanny"). I was born in a little place called Crossland, Georgia--that's between Moultrie and Tifton, as a matter of fact half way. It's 28 miles from Moultrie to Tifton and Crossland is 14 miles from here. And Mildred, my wife, was born in a little place called Coolidge. It's 14 miles south of here. It's interesting how we were born exactly the same distance from Moultrie. Here's where we met, and here's where we grew up, and here's where we raised our family...
Mildred and I have been blessed to have had 6 children: Brenda Ann, 1941 (died one day after birth); Lincoln Farrell Barlow, 1944; Edris Kay, 1946; Don Keith, 1948; Debra Faye, 1951; and Ricky Kirk, 1953. We’ve also been blessed with wonderful grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

BARLOW, LINCOLN 03 Nov 1917 25 Feb 2002 (V) 84 31768 (Moultrie, Colquitt, GA) (none specified) Georgia 254-22-6763" [SSDI]

Lincoln is buried in Plot: Lane 2 West, Section 2, Block E2, Lot 20 (2 E2 20 2nd West), Westview Cemetery, Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia. A picture of his gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 45477609:

BARLOW
LINCOLN
NOV. 3, 1917
FEB. 25, 2002

The memorial links to those for his parents, Abraham Barlow (1882 - 1970) and Frances Giddens Barlow (1890 - 1961)


General Notes: Wife - Mildred Alene DUNN

Mildred married Lincoln Barlow.

Named as a sister "Mildred Barlow of Moultrie [Georgia]" in the 2003 obituary of her sister, Ruby Corrine Dunn Powell.

Mildred A Barlow, born 23 Aug 1921, resided in Moultrie, Georgia, 1951-2007. Possible Relatives: Lincoln Barlow. Record Number 217934494. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K17L-4JQ : accessed 8 June 2015), Mildred A Barlow, Residence, Moultrie, Georgia, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.

Find A Grave Memorial# 45477641 presents a picture of Mildred's headstone in Plot: Lane 2 West, Section 2, Block E2, Lot 20 (2 E2 20 2nd West), Westview Cemetery, Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia.

BARLOW
MILDRED ALENE DUNN
AUG. 23, 1921
[no date of death]
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Peter NEWBERRY and Sarah BARLOW




Husband Peter NEWBERRY

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         Died: Bef 1855
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Wife Sarah BARLOW

          AKA: Sallie BARLOW 2536
         Born: 9 March 1814 - Louisiana 2536
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 March 1884 - Wilcox County, Alabama
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Richard WILLIAMS 2536 - Bef 1855


Children

General Notes: Husband - Peter NEWBERRY

Sarah (Sallie) Barlow Newberry---widow of Peter Newberry. (Gil Robinson)


General Notes: Wife - Sarah BARLOW

Her mother was Sarah (Sallie) Barlow Newberry---widow of Peter Newberry---born March 9, 1814 [in Louisiana---I think this is from a census record], died March 23, 1884 in Wilcox Co, AL. (Gil Robison)

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Richard WILLIAMS and Sarah BARLOW




Husband Richard WILLIAMS 2536

         Born: 3 September 1810 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2536
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 April 1893 - Wilcox County, Alabama
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1855



Wife Sarah BARLOW

          AKA: Sallie BARLOW 2536
         Born: 9 March 1814 - Louisiana 2536
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 March 1884 - Wilcox County, Alabama
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Peter NEWBERRY


Children
1 F Lora WILLIAMS 2536

         Born: Abt 1847 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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2 F Ida Florence WILLIAMS 1205,2536,2537

         Born: August 1855 - Wilcox County, Alabama 2537
   Christened: 
         Died: 1930 - Kemper County, Mississippi
       Buried:  - Binnsville Cemetery, Kemper County, Mississippi
       Spouse: Capt. Walter Henry DANIEL, CSA 2538,2539
         Marr: 2 November 1871 - Oak Hill, Wilcox County, Alabama



General Notes: Husband - Richard WILLIAMS

Her father was Richard Williams, born Sept 3, 1810 in Edgefield County, SC, died April 4, 1893 in Oak Hill, Wilcox Co, AL. (Gil Robison)

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Wilcox County, Rehoboth P O; Series: M653 Roll: 26 Page: 1060:
320 356 Richard WILLIAMS 49 M Farming 5,000 12,000 SC;
Sarah WILLIAMS 44 F LA;
Lora H. WILLIAMS 13 F AL;
Ida F. WILLIAMS 4 F AL.


General Notes: Wife - Sarah BARLOW

Her mother was Sarah (Sallie) Barlow Newberry---widow of Peter Newberry---born March 9, 1814 [in Louisiana---I think this is from a census record], died March 23, 1884 in Wilcox Co, AL. (Gil Robison)

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Bascom Weaver BARNARD, USA, WWI and Jessie Mae HATTEMER




Husband Bascom Weaver BARNARD, USA, WWI

         Born: 14 February 1894 - North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 September 1980 - Ashville, Buncombe County, North Carolina
       Buried:  - West Memorial Park, Buncombe County, North Carolina
     Marriage: Bef 1930

 Other Spouse: Mary King CHAMBERS - 10 July 1959 - Buncombe County, North Carolina



Wife Jessie Mae HATTEMER

         Born: March 1887 - Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 1942 and 10 July 1959
       Buried: 


       Father: John Francis HATTEMER (1853-1908)
       Mother: Jessie Lane LEE (1859-1923)



 Other Spouse: William Basil VALENTINE - 16 January 1911 - Montgomery County, Alabama


Children

General Notes: Husband - Bascom Weaver BARNARD, USA, WWI

Bascom Weaver Barnard registered for the World War I Draft in Buncombe County, Division No 2, North Carolina. He listed his birth on 14 February 1894 in Ashville, North Carolina. He was single and in the Reserve Officer Training Corps at Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia. He signed the registration "B. W. Barnard" He was described as medium height, medium build, with gray eyes and medium brown hair.["United States, World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KZ8R-88Y : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Bascom Weaver Barnard, .]

Men at Fort Oglethorpe Given Officers' Commission "To be first lieutenant, infantry section, officer' reserve corps:.. Bascom W. Barnard..." [Greensboro Daily News, Greensboro, North Carolina, Sunday, August 12, 1917, Page 2]

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X45V-D41 : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Bascom Barnard, Queens (Districts 1501-1575), Queens, New York; citing enumeration district (ED) 1555, sheet 6A, family 3, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 1610.
Bascom Barnard head M 36 Married North Carolina NC NC
Jess H. Barnard wife F 35 Married Alabama Germany AL
Dorothy Hatterman [sic, Hattemer] sister-in-law F 19 Alabama AL AL

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K414-228 : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Bascom W Barnard, Ward 13, Trenton, Trenton City, Mercer, New Jersey, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 27-127, sheet 2B, family 43, NARA digital publication T627, roll 2437.
Bascom W. Barnard head M 45 Married North Carolina Trustee Bank
Jess H. Barnard wife F 50 Married North Carolina
Kelly Hughes C. [sic, C. Kelly Hughes] nephew M 16 North Carolina
On 1 April 1935, Bascom, Jess, and their nephew lived in the same place.

Bascom Weaver Barnard, age 48, registered for the World War II draft in Trenton, Mercer, New Jersey. He resided at 19 Whittier Ave, Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey, and was employed by the First Mechanics Bank,Trenton, New Jersey. He named his wife "Mrs. B. W. Barnard" as the person who would always know his address. He signed the card "Bascom Weaver Barnard." ["United States, World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X552-FJQ : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Bascom Weaver Barnard, 1942; citing NARA microfilm publications M1939, M1936, and M1937; FHL microfilm 2275861.]

Bascom Barnard born 14 February 1894 died September 1980 at about age 86. His last residence: was in Buncombe County, North Carolina 28804. Social security number 142-18-0191 issued in New Jersey. [United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JPCD-WX7 : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Bascom Barnard, September 1980; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Bascom Weavery [sic] Barnard was born 14 Feb 1894 in Buncombe County, North Carolina and died 27 September 1980 in Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina at age 86. He was a son of Hezekiah Edmondson Barnard and Pallie Jane Hurst. He was a banker, a widower, and resided at 51 Hamburg Mt. Rd., Weaverville, Buncombe County. Bascom was buried 30 September 1980 in West Memorial Park, Weaverville, N.C. ["North Carolina, Deaths, 1931-1994," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FG2M-VHZ : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Bascom Weavery Barnard, 27 Sep 1980.]

A picture of his headstone in West Memorial Park, Buncombe County, North Carolina is on Find A Grave Memorial# 53974898:

BASCOM WEAVER BARNARD
US ARMY
WORLD WAR I
FEB 14 1894 SEP 27 1980


General Notes: Wife - Jessie Mae HATTEMER

A picture of "Jessie Mae Hattemer of this city" was published in the Montgomery Advertiser, Montgomery, Alabama, Sunday, December 5, 1909, Page 25.

Mrs. Basil Valentine of Asheville, N. C., is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Jessie L. Hattemer on Sayre Street. She was formerly Miss Jessie Hattemer, a lovely Montgomery girl, and her visits to Montgomery are always a pleasure to her many friends.[The Montgomery Advertiser, Montgomery, Alabama, Tuesday, January 28, 1913, Page 6]

The hosts of friends of Mr. and Mrs. Basil Valentine, of Asheville, N. C., will learn with deep regret of the death of their little son, which occurred yesterday in Asheville. Mrs. Valentine was formerly Miss Jessie Hattemer, a sweet and lovely Montgomery girl. Friends here extend to Mr. and Mrs. Valentine sympathy in their bereavement. [The Montgomery Advertiser, Montgomery, Alabama, Sunday, March 14, 1915, Society Section, Page 14]

Basil died Oct. 11, 1918.

Jessie married second Bascom Weaver Barnard. before 1930.

Mrs. B. W. Barnard is named on the 1942 World War II draft registration. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Bernard of Charlotte, N. C.are named in the April 4, 1948 announcement of the wedding of her nephew Clinton Kelly Hughes to Dorothy Margaret Thomas, published in the Trenton Evening Times, Trenton,New Jersey on page 21, the last found record believed tto be Jessie. Jessie is presumed to have died between 1942 and 10 July 1959 when Bascom married Mary King Chambers, the Widow Goode.
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Bascom Weaver BARNARD, USA, WWI and Mary King CHAMBERS




Husband Bascom Weaver BARNARD, USA, WWI

         Born: 14 February 1894 - North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 September 1980 - Ashville, Buncombe County, North Carolina
       Buried:  - West Memorial Park, Buncombe County, North Carolina
     Marriage: 10 July 1959 - Buncombe County, North Carolina

 Other Spouse: Jessie Mae HATTEMER - Bef 1930



Wife Mary King CHAMBERS

         Born: Abt 1896
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 November 1978 - Buncombe County, North Carolina
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Bascom Weaver BARNARD, USA, WWI

Bascom Weaver Barnard registered for the World War I Draft in Buncombe County, Division No 2, North Carolina. He listed his birth on 14 February 1894 in Ashville, North Carolina. He was single and in the Reserve Officer Training Corps at Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia. He signed the registration "B. W. Barnard" He was described as medium height, medium build, with gray eyes and medium brown hair.["United States, World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KZ8R-88Y : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Bascom Weaver Barnard, .]

Men at Fort Oglethorpe Given Officers' Commission "To be first lieutenant, infantry section, officer' reserve corps:.. Bascom W. Barnard..." [Greensboro Daily News, Greensboro, North Carolina, Sunday, August 12, 1917, Page 2]

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X45V-D41 : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Bascom Barnard, Queens (Districts 1501-1575), Queens, New York; citing enumeration district (ED) 1555, sheet 6A, family 3, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 1610.
Bascom Barnard head M 36 Married North Carolina NC NC
Jess H. Barnard wife F 35 Married Alabama Germany AL
Dorothy Hatterman [sic, Hattemer] sister-in-law F 19 Alabama AL AL

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K414-228 : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Bascom W Barnard, Ward 13, Trenton, Trenton City, Mercer, New Jersey, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 27-127, sheet 2B, family 43, NARA digital publication T627, roll 2437.
Bascom W. Barnard head M 45 Married North Carolina Trustee Bank
Jess H. Barnard wife F 50 Married North Carolina
Kelly Hughes C. [sic, C. Kelly Hughes] nephew M 16 North Carolina
On 1 April 1935, Bascom, Jess, and their nephew lived in the same place.

Bascom Weaver Barnard, age 48, registered for the World War II draft in Trenton, Mercer, New Jersey. He resided at 19 Whittier Ave, Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey, and was employed by the First Mechanics Bank,Trenton, New Jersey. He named his wife "Mrs. B. W. Barnard" as the person who would always know his address. He signed the card "Bascom Weaver Barnard." ["United States, World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X552-FJQ : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Bascom Weaver Barnard, 1942; citing NARA microfilm publications M1939, M1936, and M1937; FHL microfilm 2275861.]

Bascom Barnard born 14 February 1894 died September 1980 at about age 86. His last residence: was in Buncombe County, North Carolina 28804. Social security number 142-18-0191 issued in New Jersey. [United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JPCD-WX7 : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Bascom Barnard, September 1980; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Bascom Weavery [sic] Barnard was born 14 Feb 1894 in Buncombe County, North Carolina and died 27 September 1980 in Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina at age 86. He was a son of Hezekiah Edmondson Barnard and Pallie Jane Hurst. He was a banker, a widower, and resided at 51 Hamburg Mt. Rd., Weaverville, Buncombe County. Bascom was buried 30 September 1980 in West Memorial Park, Weaverville, N.C. ["North Carolina, Deaths, 1931-1994," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FG2M-VHZ : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Bascom Weavery Barnard, 27 Sep 1980.]

A picture of his headstone in West Memorial Park, Buncombe County, North Carolina is on Find A Grave Memorial# 53974898:

BASCOM WEAVER BARNARD
US ARMY
WORLD WAR I
FEB 14 1894 SEP 27 1980


General Notes: Wife - Mary King CHAMBERS

Mary King Chambers was the Widow Goode.

Mary King Chambers Barnard born about 1895, died 29 November 1978 in Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina at age 83. She was the wife of Bascom Weaver Barnard and daughhter of Kelly Chambers and Evelyn Susong. ["North Carolina, Deaths, 1931-1994," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FG71-N76 : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Bascom Weaver Barnard in entry for Mary King Chambers Barnard, 29 Nov 1978.]


Notes: Marriage

Bascom Weaver Barnard, age 65, married Mary King Chambers Goode, age 62 on 10 July 1959 in Buncombe County, North Carolina. ["North Carolina, County Marriages, 1762-1979 ," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VXTQ-TQK : accessed 29 Jan 2013), Bascom Weaver Barnard and Mary King Chambers Goode, 1959.]

Compiled, edited, and researched by Robert Louis Daniell, 251 Sukoshi Drive, Callaway, FL 32404; E-mail: roloda@knology.net; Ph: 850.871.6478


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