Sunday, December 17, 2017
(S) BHO, Parishes: Charlton Adam, (S) UK National Archives
13th century William son of Adam held one fee in Charlton Adam. Thomas de Perham received lands in Charlton Adam from William son of Adam and his sons totalling 120 a. of arable and 15 a. of meadow.
11/14/1242, Agreement for composition. ... The prior and convent have conceded tithes of the parish of kingesdon and John de Valle parson of Kingesdon and his successors will pay to the prior and convent 9s. rent at Cherleton of William son of Adam under penalty of ½ mark. (S) UKNA.
1249, Thomas de Perham is shown holding lands in Charlton from the heirs of the Mandevilles.
1249, William had been succeeded by his son William.
1249, Isabel, widow of William son of Adam, claimed dower in 3 virgates there held by Thomas de Perham.
Aft. 1249, Isabel, widow of William son of Adam, married Ralph de la Purie.
1254 Thomas de Perham exchanged a carucate in Charlton Adam for a carucate in Charlton Mackrell with Thomas son of John de Perham, possibly his nephew.
1258 William Fitz Adam sold his manor of Charlton Adam to Bruton priory for 120 marks and a life interest in Brewham manor.
1279-80, Quitclaim in frankalmoign. ... Isabella wife of William son of Adam ... Isabella before Salomon de Roffa, ..., justices itinerant at Som[er]ton in Somerset brought a writ of right against the Prior of Briwton and Margery wife of William son of William son of Adam concerning 3 messuages.
By 1286 Isabel died. The second fee in Charlton Adam was divided between John de Perham, who held ¾ of a fee, and Humphrey de Kail, who held the remaining ¼ fee.
1286, Thomas de Perham had been succeeded by John de Perham (I), who granted 4s. rent from 3 virgates in the manor to Bruton priory. He was also stated to hold 2 virgates from Robert son and heir of Robert de Netherton, who held from the priory.
5/2/1299, Quitclaim with warranty. Isabella de Pleybury who was wife of Ralph de la Purie to Prior and convent of Briuton. (S) UKNA.
By 1302, John de Perham (I) died. His widow Joan brought an action for dower against the Staunton family about patronage of the Chapel of the Holy Gost at Charlton.
Bef. 11/18/1327, John de Perham (II) died. Robert de Netherton assigned to the priory his claim to overlordship of the Perham property, and the priory granted dower in the lands to John(I)'s widow, Joan de Perham. John held 160 a. of arable and 24 a. of meadow in Charlton Adam from Bruton priory, and other lands in Charlton Mackrell from John de Lorty. (S) UKNA.
12/2/1328, Agreement. Between the Prior of Bruton and William de Poulet. That William has done homage and fealty to the Prior for the land and tenements which he holds of the Prior in Cherleton Adam and Cherleton Makerel, and upon this the Prior grants common for 14 cattle and 40 sheep in Cherleton Adam and Cherleton Makerel according to the writings of "Willam le fitz Adam de Cherleton" and "Adam le fitz Willam fitz et heir Willam le fitz Adam de Ch'leton" and "Willam le fitz Willam fitz Adam de Ch'leton" made of them to Thomase wife of William de Poulet, and if the number of cattle and sheep exceeds 14 and 40 the Prior may enpark the animals. (S) UKNA.
By 1332, John de Perham's son and heir John (III) was dead, his heir being his sister Thomasia, wife of William Paulet.
6/23/1340, Feoffment with warranty. John de Popham to ... Richard de Coker ... appurtenances in Cherlton Adam and Cherlton Makerel in the hundred of Somerton ... between the land of the Prior and Convent of Bruton and the land of William de Paulet, ... (S) UKNA.
1346. Humphrey de Kail and William Paulet jointly held ¼ fee in Charlton Adam.
1348, Humphrey de Kail presented to Chapel of the Holy Gost at Charlton.
6/1348, The Plague reached Dorset, and had spread across England by the end of 1349.
1348, Humphrey de Kail died, succeeded by William Kail.
1348, William Kail died, succeeded by John Kail, a minor.
1349, William Paulet (I) presented twice to the Chapel of the Holy Gost at Charlton.
1349-53, William Paulet (II), grandson of William (I) died before his father, and was succeeded by his son Nicholas Paulet, then a minor. The custody of his son's lands had been granted by William Paulet to Thomas and Nicholas de Panes (brothers to Sir Robert, prior of Bruton and the Convent there.)
1353, Nicholas Panes presenting as guardian of Nicholas Paulet.
1/18/1358, Thomas de Panes and Nicholas de Panes ... Actions real and personal which they had against the Prior and Convent by reason of the custody of the lands and tenements which were of William Poulet in Ch'leton Ada' and Makerel and which may fall to the Prior and Convent by reason of the minority of Nicholas son and heir of William. (S) UKNA.
1358, Thomas and Nicholas de Panes conveyed custody of the lands to Bruton priory, who granted the wardship to Sir John FitzPayn and Peter de Wenyete.
1362, Sir John Beauchamp of Lillesdon presenting during minority of Nicholas Paulet.
1383-84, John succeeded by Thomas Kail.
1394-95, Thomas was succeeded by his sister Idoney, wife of John Paulet, who had 2 sons John and Thomas.
1401, The Crown presented at Charlton as guardian of the heir of Idony.
1403, The Crown presented at Charlton as guardian of the heir of Idony.
1412, Nichols Paulet living, the lands united with those held by the Kail and Paulet families.1413, Both John and Thomas Paulet died.
Monday, December 11, 2017
56. Washington Jackson "Hick" CAUSBIE & 57. Rhoda Ellen RUSSELL
6/21/1827, Washington born in TN; s/o 112. Josiah Cosby & 113. Ann ?.
1838, Rody born in TN; d/o 114. John N Russel & 115. Elizabeth J Crunk.
1840, Rhoda lives with her family in Marshall Co., TN
11/21/1850, Rhoda living with her extended family in Marshall Co., TN.
11/25/1850, (S) 1850 Census, TN, Marshall Co. Washington lives with his family.
6/16/1860, (S) 1860 Census, TN, Marshall Co., Belfast. “W J Causbie”, age 22, lives with and is a farmhand for James S Cochran.
6/29/1860, (S) 1860 Census, TN, Marshall Co., Belfast. Rhoda lives with her family and does housework.
12/23/1865, Washington married Rhoda in Washington Co., TN.
8/22/1870, (S) 1870 Census, TN, Marshall Co., Farmington. Washington, a farmer, and “Rody E” have 2 sons, James and John.
1876, Rody died in Lewisburg, Marshall Co., TN.
1880, Washington has dispersed his children to other families. James and Samuel are living with their uncle Sam’l M Causbie in Marshal Co., TN. John is living with the family of Robert Eusley, listed as “no kin”. (S) 1880 Census.
9/1898, Washington died in Ash Flat, Sharp Co., AR.
Children of Washington and Rhoda:
i. James Marshall Cosby, born 11/10/1867 in TN.
1/13/1897, James married Mary Belle Spotts, born 1864 in AR.
12/1943, James died in Center, Sharp Co., AR.
ii. John Robert Causbie (28), born 11/9/1869 in Lewisburg, Marshall Co., TN.
iii. Samuel Monroe Causbie, born 11/8/1871 in Marshall Co., TN.
Samuel married Bennie Smith.
3/31/1967, Samuel died in Terrell, Kaufman Co., TX. (S) SSDI.
iv. Rhoda Ella Causbie, born 8/22/1876 in Lewisburg, TN.
8/20/1899, Rhoda married John Robert Nix.
12/21/1911, Ella died in Sharp Co., AR.
58. Sgt. Samuel Langston BUTLER & 59. Cynthia Evelyn SMITH
6/9/1842, Evelyn born in Macoupin Co., IL, d/o 118. Herrod Smith & 119. Aholah Telitha Armstrong.
8/6/1843, Samuel born in Clay Co., MO., s/o 116. John Butler & 117. Susannah Ownby.
4/10/1850, Sampson “Batter”, age 7, lives with his parents and siblings in Madison Co., IO.
10/29/1850, Cynthis E Smith, age 8, lives with her parents and siblings in Macoupin Co., IL. (S) 1850 Census.
6/16/1860, Catlett Creek, Wise Co., TX. John Butler, age 53, born in KY, a Baptist clergyman with real estate worth $1000, and a personal estate of $800. Sampson, age 16, born in MO, a day laborer, Martha G, age 14, born in MO, and Geo. W. age 13, born in IO. All three children had attended school within the year. (S) 1860 Census.
7/10/1860, “Synthia”, age 18, lives with her parents and siblings in Denton Co., TX, near the Spears Mill Post Office. (S) 1860 Census.
~1860, Samuel and Cynthia married in TX.
2/1/1864, Samuel, age 22, enlisted, “4th Sergt.” in Decatur, TX for the Civil War, serving for 30 days in Wise Co. (S) TX Muster Roll Index, 1838-1900.
1864, they lived in TX. [At least until 1869.]
1875, the family lived in Saylor Township, Polk Co., IO.
6/21/1880, (S) 1880 Census, IO, Polk Co., Saylor. Samuel’s parents born in Ky [father] and VA [mother.] Samuel is a farmer. Eviline, housekeeping, born in IL; parents born in KY and IL. All children listed in the census.
8/17/1881, Sampson Butler gave consent for his daughter Mary Jane, age 19 on next birthday, born in Texas, to marry in Saylorville. Her mother’s maiden name is given as Evaline Smith.
1885, Saylor Township, Polk Co., IO, “Sampson” Butler, age 44, is a blacksmith, Cinthia, age 44, Marion, age 21, Martha, age 17, Carlindia, age 15, James F, age 10, Minnie, age 7, Sarah, age 6, Leonard, age 3. (S) IO State Census.
They family moved back to TX.
5/2/1888, Samuel died in Grand Saline, Van Zandt Co., TX.
1892, Evelyn married J J Johnson, 10 years younger that herself. (S) 1900 Census.
6/18/1900, Eva C and John J Johnson live in Kaufman Co., TX. Both can read and write. (S) 1900 Census.
5/3/1910, J J Johnson, age 53, and wife Evelyn, age 63, live in South Elmo, Kaufman Co., TX, at Ferell an Canton Rd. They have been married 20 years. Evelyn has had 9 children, 6 still living. (S) 1910 Census.
1919, Cynthia’s family moved to Terrell, TX.
1/1920, John J and Eva Johnson are living with her married daughter, Etta Sigler, and her family in Terrell, TX. (S) 1920 Census.
4/10/1930, Cynthia E Johnson, age 86, wife of John J Johnson, age 76, lives at 903 East Brice Avenue, Terrell, Texas. Age at 1st marriage, 14 [Samuel would have been 13!]. Mother and father born in IO. They rent their home for $9 a month.
2/18/1932, Cynthia, “Mrs. C E Johnson”, living at 1010 East College St., died in Terrell, Kaufman Co., TX, buried in College Mound Cem. (S) U.S. Find-a-Grave Index.
(S) Cynthia’s TX Death Certificate –.
Children of Samuel and Cynthia:
i. Mary Jane Butler,, born 9/1861 in TX.
8/17/1881, Mary married James Leonard Garn.
(S) 1900, TX, Kaufman Co. 4 children at home.
ii. John Butler, born 1864 in TX.
iii. Martha Butler,, born 1866 in TX.
iv. Clarinda E Butler, born 1869 in TX.
v. James F Butler, born 1875 in Saylor Township, Polk Co., IO.
vi. Myrtle Mae Butler (29), born 8/31/1876 in Saylor Township, Polk Co., IO.
vii. Sarah E Butler, born 1879 in Saylor Township, Polk Co., IO.
60. Aubain MAILLOUX & 61. Malvina KIROUAQUE
12/15/1849, Aubin born in Henryville, Iberville Co., Quebec, Canada, s/o 120. Aubin Mailloux & 121. Euphemie Simard.
9/1853, Melvina born in Quebec, Canada; d/o 122. Antoine Kerouac dit Breton & 123. Marie Morin.
1861, (S) 1861 Census, Canada, Quebec, Iberville, Henriville. Aubain, age 11, lives with his parents.
1871, (S) 1871 Census, Canada, Quebec, Iberville Co., St. Sebastien. Aubain lives with his family.
1871, (S) 1871 Census, Canada, Quebec, Iberville, St. Sebastien. Malvina, age 18; lives with her family.
By 1873, Aubain married Malvina in Saint-Sebastien, Iberville Co., Quebec.
1881, (S) 1881 Census, Canada, Quebec, Iberville Co., St. Sebastien. Aubin age 31 a cultivateur; Malvina age 28, Osmah age 8, Olidas age 6, Rosanna age 4, Arcade age 2, Helena age 5/12. He lives not far from his widowed mother and siblings.
4/10/1891, (S) Canadian Census, Quebec, Missisquoi, St Armand West. The first 10 children are listed in the census. Aubin is a farmer.
1895, they immigrated to the US.
1899, “Obin Mailloux” lives at 1227 Dwelley. (S) Fall River City Dir.
6/4/1900, (S) 1900 Census, MA, Bristol co., Fall River. A widow, Melvina lives on Dwelley St. She has had 12 children, 10 still living. Oledios, Rosanna, Helena, Ernest, and Annie all work at a cotton mill. The 4 youngest are in school.
1905, “Malvina widow house 394 East Main.” (S) Fall River City Dir.
4/26/1910, (S) 1910 Census, MA, Bristol Co., Fall River. Ernest, Arthur, Simeon, Joseph, Eleanor [same age as “Arcand”], Annie, Marilda all live with their mother Melvina. Ernest is listed as the head of the family. They live on East Main St.
1915, “Malvina widow Aubin h 67 Peckham.” (S) Fall River City Dir.
1918, “Malvina widow Aubin bds 949 Globe.” (S) Fall River City Dir.
1919, 1920, “Malvina widow Aubin b 209 Manchester.” (S) Fall River City Dir.
1921, 1923, “Malvina widow Aubin b 512 County.” (S) Fall River City Dir.
1924, “Malvina widow Aubin res 512 County.” (S) Fall River City Dir.
Bef. 1925, Malvina died. (S) Last entry in City Directory.
Children of Aubin and Malvina:
i. Asma Mailloux, born 1873 in Quebec, Canada.
ii. Joseph Olidias Mailloux, born 10/1874 in Quebec, Canada.
Joseph married Rosanna Bruneau.
iii. Rosanna Mailloux, born 5/1877 in Quebec, Canada.
Rose Anne married Wilfrid Patenaude.
Dora Patenaude, born 1902.
Loretta Patenaude, born 1907.
iv. Arcand Mailloux, born 11/1879 in Quebec, Canada.
v. Helena Mailloux, born 12/1880 in Quebec, Canada.
vi. Ernest Mailloux, born 12/1884 in Quebec, Canada.
Ernest married Eva Cote.
vii. Annie Mailloux, born 10/1886 in Quebec, Canada.
Annie married Octave Gagne.
viii. Arthur Mailloux, born 10/1887 in Quebec, Canada.
Arthur married Marie Louise Masse.
Arthur married Dorilda Chretien.
Arthur married Rose Truchon.
ix. Simeon Mailloux, born 2/1889 in Quebec, Canada.
x. Joseph Mailloux (30), born 7/1/1890 in St. Armand Station, Quebec, Canada.
xi. Merilda T Mailloux, born 5/1892 in Canada.
5/10/1920, Merilda married Albert Millotte born 1888 in Canada.
62. Georges LACOMBE & 63. Marie Georgianna DUTIL
11/12/1854, George born in Quebec, Canada; s/o 124. Narcisse Lacombe & 125. Marie Hamel.
2/1858, Georgianna born in Quebec, Canada; d/o 126. Jean Baptiste Dutil & 127. Lucie Lacombe.
1861, Georgianna is listed with her family in Bas, Canada.
1871, Georgianna lives with her parents in St. Pierre, Quebec West.
11/15/1880, George married Georgianna in Quebec, Canada. George was a “hussier, marchand”.
4/24/1891, (S) Canadian Census, Quebec, Portneuf. The 1st 5 children are listed in the census. They are Roman Catholics. Napoleon Noel is also listed, age 24. Multiple Noel children has lived with Gerogianna’s father.
1896, The family immigrated to MA. [Not in City Directory.]
1897, 1898, “Lacombe, George, Durfee, house 101 Mulberry” (S) Fall River City Directory. [Note: In 1897 there are 10 Lacombe families already living in Fall River.]
1899, “Lacombe, George, Durfee, house 165 Nashua” (S) Fall River City Directory.
6/9/1900, (S) 1900 Census, MA, Bristol Co., Fall River. They live on Mulberry St. George is a mill laborer. Edmond is a “cotton doffer”. Marie L is a sorter in a hat factory. Arthur is a sweeper in a cotton mill. Henry Blanche and Juliette are in school.
1900, “Lacombe, George, Durfee, house 467 Division” (S) Fall River City Directory.
1901, “Lacombe, George, Durfee, house 277 William” (S) Fall River City Directory.
1902, 1903, “Lacombe, George, operative, house 277 William” (S) Fall River City Directory. [His son Edmond is listed at the same address.]
1904, “Lacombe, George, operative, house opp. 277 Eagle” (S) Fall River City Directory.
12/5/1906, George died. (S) Listing in 1908 Fall River City Dir.
1908, 1909, “Lacombe, Georgianna widow of George house 230 Eagle” (S) Fall River City Directory.
4/16/1910, (S) 1910 Census, MA, Bristol Co., Fall River. Widow Georgiana has unmarried children Mary, Henry, Blanche, Juliette, Eva, and Alice living with her. Georgiana has had 9 children, 8 surviving. All the children but Alice work in a cotton mill.
1911, “Lacombe, Georgianna wid of George h 230 Eagle” (S) Fall River City Directory.
1915, “Lacombe, Georgianna widow of George h 339 Fountain” (S) Fall River City Directory. [Her son Henri lives with her.]
1/7/1920, (S) 1920 Census, MA, Bristol Co., Fall River. Widow Georgiana has unmarried children Juliette, Eva, and Alice living with her. They live on Mulberry St. where they rent a house. The 3 daughters work in a cotton mill.
1922, “Lacombe, Georgianna widow George h 150 Grant” (S) Fall River City Directory.
1924, “Lacombe, Georgianna widow George res 436 William” (S) Fall River City Directory.
11/1/1924, “Georgianna widow of George died” (S) 1925 Fall River City Directory.
Children of Georges and Georgianna:
i. Edmond Lacombe, born 9/1881 in Quebec, Canada.
1902, 1903, “Lacombe, Edmond, doffer, boards 277 William” (S) Fall River City Directory.
10/21/1902, Edmond became a naturalized citizen of the U.S.
1904, “Lacombe, Edmond, clerk, 1612 South Main, boards opp. 277 Eagle” (S) Fall River City Directory.
6/6/1909, Edmond married Julia Moriarty in Fall River.
1915, “Lacombe, Edmond, ins agt 56 N Main h 226 Blackstone” (S) Fall River City Directory.
12/1968, Edmond died in Holyoke, MA.
ii. Mary Louise Lacombe, born 7/24//1883 in Quebec, Canada.
6/10/1912, Mary married Antoine Joubert in Fall River.
1/15/1967, Mary died in Montreal, Canada.
iii. Arthur Lacombe, born 10/5/1885 in Quebec, Canada.
7/29/1907, Arthur married Claudia Berube. (S) 1930 Census.
iv. Henry R Lacombe, born 11/1887 in Quebec, Canada.
1910, Henri married Francelina Ferreira, 1896-1974.
1915, “Lacombe, Henri doffer bds h 339 Fountain” (S) Fall River City Directory.
1924, “Lacombe, Henry J R (Franceline) third hand h 100 Melville” (S) Fall River City Directory.
11/1966, Henri died in Fall River.
v. Blanch Lacombe (31), born 2/1/1890 in St. Raymond, Portneuf, Quebec, Canada.
vi. Juliette Lacombe, born 2/27/1892 in St. Raymond, Portneuf, Quebec, Canada.
9/6/1920, Juliette married George Creigh.
8/1976, Juliette died in Fall River, MA. (S) SSDI.
vii. Eva Lacombe, born 10/13/1895 in St. Raymond, Portneuf, Quebec, Canada.
1/12/1920, Eva married George-Wilfrid Caron, born 1894. (S) 1930 Census.
vi. Alice Lacombe, born 1/30/1898 in MA.
9/6/1920, Alice married Milton Curran. (S) 1930 Census.
48. Clay Cassius MAITLEN & 49. Fannie Mae HUNTLEY
6/2/1863, Clay born in Terre Haute, Dunkirk Co., IN; s/o 96. William B Maitlen & 97. Rhoda Ann Garringer.
4/2/1873, Fannie born in IL [Obit says MO.], d/o 98. James H Huntley & 99. Ellen Ferguson. (S) Obit.
7/3/1887, Clay 1st married Martha Ramey, born in Minneapolis, Ottawa Co., KS, d/o M. A. Ramey; they lived in Minneapolis, KS.
1889, Clay participated in the Oklahoma Land Rush.
4/15/1894, Martha died due to complications of childbirth.
5/15/1896, C C Maitlen of Burlington, age 33, married Fannie Huntley, of Burlington, age 22, in Coffey Co., KS. (S) KS Co. Marriages, 1811-1911.
1900, They lived in Wakita, Grant Co., OK. (S) Births of children. [Not found in census.]
1907, Clay participated in the “Big Pasture” land rush in OK.
1910, Clay moved the family to Amarillo, TX.
6/6/1910, Fannie purchased the Red Front Restaurant, 502 First Street, Amarillo, TX.
The family moved to Grandfield, OK.
2/5/1920, (S) 1920 Census, OK, Tillman, Stephens; Clay & “Anne” are farmers, and rent their home. 3 youngest sons live with them. Both can read and write.
4/19/1930, (S) 1930 Census, OK, Tillman, Carr; Clay & Fannie live alone. Fannie indicates her father born in MO, mother in IO.
[Not found in 1940 census.]
2/15/1942, C C Maitlen listed as next of kin in his son Lester’s WWII draft card.
8/30/1945, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Maitlen named in the obituary of their son Lester.
1946, Clay in a picture with his daughter Bertha. (S) Photo.
1947, The family left Granfield, OK and moved to Mineral Wells, TX.
7/3/1949, Clay died in Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto Co., TX; buried in Mineral Wells Cem.
8/5/1959, Fannie died; buried in Mineral Wells, TX.
(S) Family information of descendent Louan Pyron, granddaughter of Elsie Mae Maitlen Cooley.
Children of Clay and Martha:
i. Harry Clay Maitlen, born 3/4/1889 in Minneapolis, Ottawa co., KS.
Harold married Ester L ?, born 1894. [No children.]
2/13/1948, Harold died in Denver, CO; cremated – ashes spread in Rocky Mtns.
ii. Bertha Larene Maitlen, born 3/9/1891 in Minneapolis, Ottawa co., KS.
1908, Bertha married Dan White, born 1886 in MO.
4/23/1910, (S) 1910 Census, OK, Washita Co., Cordell. They live on Temple road and have a 8-month old daughter named Alpha.
4/9/1930, 1930 Census, TX, Eastland Co. Dan is a farmer. They have 2 sons, ages 19 and 8, living with them.
8/13/1955, Bertha died in Fort Worth, Tarrant co., TX; buried in Fort Worth.
iii. Daniel Peter Maitlen, born 4/15/1894 in Minneapolis, Ottawa co., KS.
Daniel died an infant.
Children of Clay and Fannie:
i. Elsie Mae Maitlen, born 6/25/1896 in Burlington, KS.
Elsie married Clyde R. Colley, born 9/1893 in MO.
11/23/1983, Elsie died of a brain tumor; buried in Poe Prairie Cem., Weatherford, TX.
ii. Della Lee Maitlen, born 10/13/1897 in Burlington, KS.
10/26/1900, Della drowned in a barrel of rainwater; buried in Wakita Cem., Wakita, OK.
iii. John David Maitlen, born 1/26/1899 in Wakita, Grant Co., OK.
8/30/1945 in Long Beach, CA, John married Ruth Amelia Litle, 1/8/1906-3/17/1994.
1984, John lived at 243 Vista Del-Mar St., Shell Beach, CA, 93462.
10/30/1994, John died in Pismo Beach, CA. [Just months after Amelia.]
iv. George Cassius Maitlen, born 8/22/1900 in Wakita, Grant Co., OK.
3/24/1927 in Hollister, Tillman co., OK, George married Lillie Bell Jennings.
7/7/1979, George died in Cortez, CO; buried in Aztec Cem.; Aztec, NM.
1984, Lillie lived at 300 S. Beach St., Cortez, CO.
v. Lester Allen Maitlen (24), born 12/12/1902 in Wakita, Grant Co., OK.
50. Audie Delmer RYAN & 51. Nancy Ellen COUCH
4/23/1876, Audie born in Vicksburg, Warren Co., MS; s/o 100. James Madison Ryan & 101. Susan Elizabeth Kyle.
4/16/1877, Nannie born in Van Buren, Crawford Co., AR; d/o 102. Emanuel Couch & 103. Sarah Wilson Bowen.
6/28/1880, (S) 1880 Census, TX, Cooke Co. Audie lives with his parents.
8/20/1895, A D Ryan, age 18, of Durwood, married N E Couch, age 17, of Durwood, in Southern District of Indian Territory [Carter, OK]. (S) OK Co. Marriages, 1894-1896.
6/13/1900, (S) 1900 Census, Indian Territory, Chickasaw Nation; Audy is a farmer; Nannie has had 3 children, 2 still living.
5/3/1910, (S) 1910 Census, OK, Tillman, Stephens; Audy & “Nannir E” are farmers. Children Dennis–Roxey are living with them. Nannir indicates she has lost a child not listed.
2/4/1920, (S) 1920 Census, OK, Tillman, Stephens; Farmers, Audie’s parents born in MS; Nannie’s father born in MO, mother in GA. They own their home free of mortgare. All 9 children are living with them.
8/2/1920, Nannie died in OK; buried in Davidson Cem., Tilman Co., OK.
4/7/1930, (S) 1930 Census, OK, Tillman, Stephens; “A D” and wife “Maud” – born 1884 in TX. Their son “T E” [Tilman] lives with them with his 15-year-old wife; and their son Bernus also lives with them.
4/15/1940, Audie lives with his son Tillman near Donna, Hildago Co., TX.
12/26/1945, Audy died; buried with Nannie in Davidson Cem.. [2 miles north of Davidson, 1/4 mile west.]
Children of Audie and Nannie:
i. James Dennis Ryan, born 5/13/1896 in Colgate, Ind. Terr. (OK)
6/5/1917, James is single, living in Holister, OK where he was born. His closest relative is his father A D Ryan. He is a farmer. He is tall, stout, with dark hair. (S) WWI Draft Reg. Card.
Dennis married Rosa Whitlock.
4/26/1942, James lives at 40 Railroad Ave., Richmond, Contra Costa, CA. Rose is his next of kin. He works for Macdonald & Kahn in Pittsburg, CA. He is 5’ 11” tall and weighs 178 lbs. He has grey eyes and brown hair, with a ruddy complexion. He also has a scar on his lower left leg. (S) WWII Draft Reg. Card.
6/27/1975 Dennis died in Contra Costa, CA. (S) SSDI.
ii. Barney Lee Ryan, born 1/29/1900 in [Ind. Terr.] Mannsville, Johnston Co., OK.
8/11/1921 in Frederick, OK, Barney married Viola May Fawley, 1905-1990.
6/4/1936, Barney died in Loveland, Tillman Co., OK; buried in Davidson Cem.
iii. Inez Beatrice Ryan, born 12/12/1902 in OK.
6/10/1920, Beatrice died.
iv. Lynis Blanch Ryan (25), born 4/20/1905 in Hollister, Tillman Co., OK.
v. Tillman E Ryan, born 5/27/1907 in OK.
1930, Tilman married Arvilla ?, age 15.
4/15/1940, Tillman E married to Beulah A. Garvinson, born 1912 in OK. Her brother, Leroy, age 15, lives with them. They live near Donna, Hildago Co., TX. (S) 1940 Census.
vi. Roxey M Ryan, f, born 1910 in OK.
vii. William Herman Ryan, born 10/27/1911 in OK.
6/27/1963, William died.
viii. Bernus Bailey Ryan, born 11/26/1913 in OK.
7/1987, Bernus died in Ada, OK. (S) SSDI.
ix. Jessie Velor Ryan, born 3/1919 in OK.
1929, Jessie died in OK.
52. Joseph S DAUGHTERY & 53. Amma Falina DOWDEN
12/4/1856, “Anna”, aka “Amy” born in Orange Co., IN, d/o 106. Thomas Jefferson Dowden & 107. Mary J Birley. [Gravestone indicates 1858, but 1860 census records indicated 1856.]
10/15/1857, Joseph born in Stockton, Greene Co., IN; s/o 104. John Dougherty & 105. Lavinia ?. (S) Joseph’s Death Certificate.
7/11/1860, (S) 1860 Census, IN, Green Co., Stockton. Joseph is living with his mother and siblings.
7/29/1870, (S) 1870 Census, IN, Greene Co., Stockton. Joseph lives with his mother and works on the family farm.
3/16/1879 in Greene Co., IN, Joseph married Amma; marriage performed by JOP D. H. McKeo.
(S) 1880 Census, IN, Greene Co., Stockton. Joseph and Amma, with niece Fanny, age 7.
Bef. 10/23/1883, the family moved to MO.
By 1892, they lived in MO.
Bef. 2/1899, the family moved to the Indian Terr. [OK]
1907, Joseph, age 50, is a boarder in Brown, Seminole Co., OK. [Likely on a job.]
4/30/1910, (S) 1910 Census, OK, Osage Co., Strike Axe; they have been married 32 years; Amma has had 9 children, all still living; 4 children at home. Their son Bland lives next to them.
9/12/1917-18, Amma is listed as the closest relative of her son James. They reside on R405 in Grandfield, Tillman Co., OK. (S) WWI draft card of James.
5/13/1920, Joseph died in Marlow, Stephens Co., OK of heart failure; buried in the Marlow Cem.
1920, Amma and her children gather for a photo. (S) Photo.
5/16/1921 at Grandfield, Amma wrote a letter to her daughter Alice. [See Family notes.]
4/19/1930, (S) 1930 Census, OK, Tillman; Carr; “Ammie”, lives with her son James.
5/1/1930, Amma died; buried in Grandfield, OK. She died at the home of her son A. O. Daugherty in Comanche.
Amma and Joseph were members of the Church of Christ.
Letter of Amma to her daughter Alice: “Dear children i seat to answer youre kind and most welcom leter read a few days ago was sory to hear of you still fealing bad this leavs me fealing beter then i have in a long time well alice otto was up at ower house him and ralph and jim was saning in the creak and somthing cut his ancle we dident no what it was the gash was about 4 inches long he has got blod poisoin in it he may loos his foot he has bin in the hospitle 5 days i hant heard to day yet and Jean got his arm broke playing with other boys was getting along all rite i want to go see them tomarow if i can Alice i had 88 litle chickens and a pole cat got in and cilled 34 one nite that is more of ower good luck Jim has had to go off to work i am staying by miself we live in part of the hous with Claud but Mag wanted to run evry thing and got fooled so she is mad and ses i steal her eggs and has told me i lyed severl times Alice you dont no what i have to put up with if she keeps on i ame to brake her neck ower potatoes looks fine and got fine onions too it is offel dry hear now stuff hant dooing iney good hear wheet is short and oats too the corn looks very well now it was bit off 3 times Alice about going to meating i hant going for i hant got close to go but i am trying to doo the best i can at home hoping to doo beter some day it is a long lain that hant no turn maby owers will turn slim show grace and John was hear sunday grace hant well this somer tiney hant well either i hant bin over thare for a long time Ella is coming over whin school is out i may go home with hear alice is thare going to bee iney bareys out thare this year if thare is pot me a can if i dont get to come come over if you can and sooner than you said if you can well you will get tierd reading this sory riting so i will stop by asking you to answer soon love and best wishes too all from mother to alice one and all by by this is the third leater for me to rite this eavning.”
Children of Joseph and Amma:
i. Claud Daugherty, born 4/14/1880 in Terre Haute, Vigo Co., IN.
Claud married Maggie Hanna, born 1882, died 1964.
8/23/1958, Claud died in Tillman, OK, buried in Grandfield Memorial cemetery.
ii. Mary Frances Daugherty, born 6/2/1881 in Terre Haute, Vigo Co., IN.
Mary married James Benjamin Crossland, born 11/7/1875, died 9/19/1967.
12/17/1972, Mary died in Tillman, OK.
iii. Cora Alice Daugherty, born 10/23/1883 in MO.
Cora married Lester Maynard Roark.
2/24/1948, Cora died in Artesia, NM.
iv. Walter C. Daugherty, born 1/11/1886 in MO.
Walter married Tina ?, born 11/6/1889, died 5/14/1974.
3/12/1944, Walter died in Tillman, OK.
v. Grace Daugherty, born 7/7/1887 in MO.
Grace married John Wadkins.
vi. John William Daugherty, born 11/7/1890 in MO.
4/23/1911, John married Ora Davis, born 1893.
1963, Ora died in Comanche.
1970, John died.
vii. Bland Daughety, born 1891 in MO.
Bland married Mag ?. [4 children in 1930 census.]
viii. Louella “Ella” Daugherty, born 12/13/1892 in Cedar Gap, Wright, MO.
Louella married Albert Wallace Posey, born 1889, died 1929.
1/20/1984, Ella Posey of Norman, OK, identified as a surviving sister of her brother James. (S) Obit.
11/27/1986, Louella died in Norman, Cleveland Co., OK.
ix. Beulah Daugherty, born 7/9/1895 in MO.
Buelah married Clarence James.
1/20/1984, Beaulah Jame of St. Louis, MO, identified as a surviving sister of her brother James. (S) Obit.
11/20/1987, Beulah died in Florissant, St Louis Co., MO.
x. James Oscar Daugherty (26), born 2/27/1899 in Wagoner, OK.
54. William M CALLICOTT & 55. Laura Louella ?
11/1857, William born in Callaway Co., MO, s/o 108. William Calicots & 109. Elizabeth Ann Callaway.
1876, Wm M Calicott lives in Township 46, Range 8, of Calloway Co., MO, age 18-21. 1876 Calloway Co. Census.
6/1878, Laura born in AR.
1895, William married Laura.
6/9/1900, the family lives in Hillsboro, Bosque Co., TX; William a section hand with the RR; Laura has had 3 children, all living. (S) 1900 Census, and obituary of daughter Della.
1905, the family moved to Santa Anna, TX. (S) Obit. of daughter Vivian.
1909, the family moved to Grandfield, OK. (S) Obit. of daughter Della.
5/9/1910, (S) 1910 Census, OK, Tillman Co., Karr; Wm is a farmer; Laura has had 7 children, all living; they have been married 15 years; William’s parent born in MO; Laura’s parents born in TN.
5/23/1913, William consented to the wedding of his daughter Della. (S) Application for marriage license.
2/21/1917, Laura died; buried in Grandfield Memorial Cemetery. (S) Gravestone.
1/15/1920, living in Karr, Tillman Co., OK; William M Calicutt, a widower, has 9 children at home. (S) 1920 Census.
10/20/1920, William died in OK; buried with Laura.
Children of William and Laura:
i. Della Leah Callicott, born 11/27/1895 in Hillsboro, TX. (S) Obit.
5/23/1913, Della married Macie Lee “Bud” West, born 1892, died 10/1941. (S) Obit.
1/3/1920, Della and Maciel live in Alfalfa, Tillman Co., OK. They have a “daughter” Leota, actually her little sister, who is 3 years 5 months old. (S) 1920 Census.
1972, Della died. (S) Obit. [Family named in obituary: sisters Vivian of Walters, OK and Jessie of TX; brothers W. D., W. B., and E. O. of Lawton, OK; Perry of Denver, CO; and A. J. of CA.]
ii. William Demion Callicott, born 12/24/1897 in TX.
Demion married Hilda R. ?, born 8/15/1901 in IL, died 5/3/1979.
(S) 1930 Census, OK, Tillman, Alfalfa. Demion’s younger brother Emmet lives with him.
3/18/1984, W. D. a surviving brother of his sister Vivian. (S) Obit.
4/8/1985, William died in Lawton, Comanche Co., OK.
iii. Jessie Callicott, f, born 2/1900 in Hillsboro, TX.
Jessie married Norb Zimmerman. (S) Obit of sister Della.
1974 Jessie Zimmerman of Burkburnett, TX, named as a survivor of her brother Walter. (S) Obit.
3/18/1984, Jessie a surviving sister of her sister Vivian. (S) Obit.
1994, They lived in Burkburnett, TX. (S) Obit of her brother Walter.
iv. Vivian Ogethel Callicott (27), born 1/21/1902 in TX.
v. Walter Burton “Boots” Callicott, born 7/3/1903 in Hillsboro, TX.
1925, Walter moved to Comanche Co., OK. (S) Obit.
2/24/1929 at Duncan, Walter married Thelma Simmons, born 1906 in TX, died 2/25/2008. (S) Gravestone.
(S) 1930 Census, OK, Comanche, Quanah.
7/29/1974, Walter died in Questo N.M. of a heart attack while on a trip; buried in Lawton, Comanche Co., OK. [Family named in obit: Jessie, Vivian, W. D., Perry, A. J., and E. O.]
vi. Woody O Callicott, born 1/24/1906 in Hillsboro, TX.
Woody married Fannie ?, born 1906, died 1969.
~1940, Walter moved from Granfield OK, to Sulpher, OK.
1/17/1955, Woody died.
vii. Thomas L. Callicott, born 10/17/1908 in TX.
(S) 1930 Census, Thomas and younger brother A J room with Charles H Martain.
3/10/1942, Thomas enlisted Fort Sill, OK.
WWII, Thomas served in the military as a PFC, 31st Field Artillery, Battilion, 7th Infantry Division. (S) U. S. Veterans Affairs.
12/3/1943, Thomas died; buried in National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Honolulu, HI. (S) Gravestone.
viii. Perry C Callicott, born 11/28/1910 in TX.
Perry married Marie ?.
1974, Perry lived in Denver, Co. (S) Obit of brother Walter.
5/24/1981, Perry died in Graford, Palo Pinto Co., TX; buried in Pickwick McAdams cemetery.
ix. A J Callicott, m, born 9/1912 in TX.
1972, A J lived in CA. (S) Obit of sister Della.
1974, A J lived in CA. (S) Obit of brother Walter.
x. Emmet O Callicott, born 2/5/1914 in TX.
3/18/1984, W. D. a surviving brother of his sister Vivian. (S) Obit.
9/21/1991, Emmet died in OK. (S) SSDI.
xi. Leota Mae Callicott, born 7/28/1916 in TX. (S) U.S. Public Records.
1/3/1920, Leota is living with her oldest sister in Alfalfa, TX. (S) 1920 Census.
4/15/1930, Leota “Callicot”, age 13, and listed as “sister” to Della, lives with them in Carr Township, OK. (S) 1930 Census.
11/23/1934, “Leots M” Callicott married Lynn B Williams in Tillman, OK. (S) Application for marriage license.
3/18/1984, Leota Williams a surviving sister of her sister Vivian. (S) Obit.
7/13/2001, Leota lives in Oklaunion, Comanche Co., TX.
10/8/2002, Leota died in Oklaunion.
44. Robert Ervin DOLLAHITE & 45. Roxanna Lovinia SMITH
4/25/1866, Robert born in Lafayette Co., MS; s/o 88. James M Dollahite & 89. Fannie J ?. (S) Gravestone &
No.24:(S) 1870 Census. n: “Robert”.
7/17/1871, Roxie born in Lafayette Co., MS, d/o 90. Andrew Elias Smith & 91. Martha Lovinia ?. (S) Dollahite Family Bible.
No.13:(S) 1880 Census, Lafayette Co., MS. Roxie.
2/19/1888 in Tallahatchie Co. at 2:30 on a Sunday afternoon, MS, Robert and Roxsie married by Rev. N T Horn in the presence of Mr John Newman and Miss Mollie Horn. (S) Dollahite Family Bible. Bondsman: C S Smith. (S) Original Marriage Certificate issued 2/17/1888; registered 3/28/1888. [“C S Smith” is likely her uncle who married her aunt Sarah J Dollahite.]
12/14/1888, Roxie was in Memphis for the birth of her son Edward.
12/25/1922, Roxy’s son “Eddie” sent her a Christmas card addressed to: “Mrs R. E. Dollahite, 277 Maryland Ave., Memphis, TN, from Prescott, AZ. (S) Original letter.
9/30/1927, Robert & Roxie held the wedding of their daughter Alice in their home in
Daughter-in-law Water Valley Elizabeth (7) with grandaughter Virginia (3) attended
the wedding; as did daughter Ozie and her family.
[1927–1928, the “railroad shops” pulled out of
devasting to the economy.] Water
7/13/1934, Roxie bought the remaining half of the burial lot where her daughter Bernice was buried from her son-in-law Aaron.
4/1/1935, Robert and Roxie live in Watervalley, MS. (S) 1940 Census.
12/30/1939, Robert elected Justice of the Peace, 2nd District, Yalobusha Co., MS. (S) MS Appointment Certificate.
4/22/1940, Robert and Roxie lives at 307 Simmons St., Watervalley, MS. They rent their home for $6 a month. Robert completed 2 years of high school, Roxie completed 1 year. Robert repairs sewing machines. Their daughter Ozzie lives next door at 305 Simmons St. (S) 1940 Census. [They live with the family of Oscar Davis and his wife Francis.]
2/20/1949, “Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dollahite celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary with a family dinner in the home of their daughter, Mrs. S. E. Dalton, on Sunday, February 20. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Dalton Jr. and son, Sammie, came up from
to help celebrate this great occasion. Besides Mrs Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. Dollahite
have two other children, a son in Memphis and a
daughter in Germany.”
(S) Newspaper clipping.
5/9/1950, Robert died two months after Roxie. He had been in poor health for several years. Robert, a Methodist, died at the home of his daughter Ozie. He was buried the next day next to Roxie. (S) Obituary in
Commerical Appeal, 5/10/1950.
Martha Jane Scott, granddaughter of Robert and Roxie, told of visiting her grandfather when he was older and making entries in his JOP registers. He preferred she do it because his hands shook.
Children of Robert and Roxsie:
i. William Edward Dollahite (22), born 12/1888 in Tallahatchie Co., MS.
ii. Maude Pearl Dollahite, born 9/19/1890 in MS.
No.12:(S) 1900 Census. b: 9/1890.
No.12:(S) 1910 Census. Stenographer for a lumber co.
Pearl married Norman Erastus
Chadwick, born 8/28/1880
in Russell, AL.
(S) Dollahite Family Bible. Marriage performed by Rev. T H Dorsey.
9/8/1931 at 6:30 AM on a Tuesday,
died at her home, 706 Fourth St., McComb,
MS; buried in Hollywood Cem. Funeral
services were held at .
(S) Funeral Notice & (S) Dollahite Family Bible. Centenary
Norman E Chadwick Jr, born 11/19/1917 in Pike Co., MS. (S) Dollahite Family Bible.
Norman enlisted in the Army; stationed at .
He is a section hand for a railway. Camp Shelby, MS
He lived in
and drove a truck for Laurel, MS North American Van Lines. [Martha Jane Scott remembers him visiting them
in VA in the early 50’s].
William Allen Chadwick, born 7/2/1920 in MS. (S) Dollahite Family Bible.
6/30/1943, William enlisted in the Army; stationed at
His civilian occupation was a machinist helper. Camp Shelby, MS
iii. Minnie Dollahite, born 2/17/1892 in MS.
3/7/1896, age 4 years 27 days, Minnie died. (S) Dollahite Family Bible.
iv. Andie Dollahite, born 10/16/1894 in MS.
2/4/1895, age 3 months 16 days, Andie died. (S) Dollahite Family Bible.
v. Almer Dollahite, born 2/10/1896 in MS.
4/18/1896, age 2 months 8 days, Almer died. (S) Dollahite Family Bible.
vi. Ozia Lottie Dollahite, born
12/3/1898 in MS.
No.12:(S) 1900 Census.
No.12:(S) 1910 Census.
No.12:(S) 1920 Census.
1/28/1920 at 8:30 in her home in
, Ozie married Samuel Elijah Dalton,
born Water Valley,
MS 4/2/1878 in Booneville,
MS. Marriage performed by Rev. L. P. Wasson. (S) Dollahite Family Bible.
7/24/1932, The funeral service of Ozie’s little sister Bernice was held at her home in
. Water Valley
4/1/1935, Sam and Ozzie live in Watervalley, MS. (S) 1940 Census.
1939, Same earned $1600. (S) 1940 Census.
4/22/1940, Sam, Ozzie, and Sam Jr live at 307 Simmons St., Watervalley, MS. They own their home worth $1500. Sam completed 4 years of high school, Ozzie completed 1 year. Sam Jr. had completed 2 years of college. Ozzie’s parents live next door at 307 Simmons St. Sam is a ‘B & B’ carpenter for Stearn Railroad Co. (S) 1940 Census.
2/14/1950 at 9:45 AM, a Tuesday, Sam died; buried in Oak Hill Cem.,
. Water Valley, MS
5/1950, They were living in
when her father
died. Ozie paid the funeral expenses. Water
1973, Ozia lived at
305 Simmons St.,
Water Valley, MS.
[This was next door to where her parents had lived.]
9/23/1981 at 12:20 AM, a Wednesday, Ozia died at the
general hospital; buried with Sam. (S) Dollahite Family Bible. Water Valley
Sam Ervin Dalton, born 12/14/1920 at 6:50 PM in
MS. (S) Dollahite Family Bible. Water Valley
He married 2nd Margaret Newsom, born
He served in the Navy in WWII on the SSBM3.
1973, They lived at 354 Walthall,
2006, She was moved to a nursing home in
vii. Robert Irving Dollahite, born 8/27/1902 in MS.
(S) Dollahite Family Bible.
No.12:(S) 1910 Census. n: “Robbert I”.
No.12:(S) 1920 Census. Robert is a laborer on the farm.
6/27/1925 Robert married Lillian Gertrude Ruby, born 9/24/1905 in MS; Rev. McCall minister.
1933-4, The family lived in MS. (S) Births of daughters Narnia and Audrey.
4/1/1935, Robert and family live in Memphis, TN. (S) 1940 Census.
4/15/1940, Robert, Gertrude, and 7 children live at 1325 Latham St., Memphis, TN. They rent their home for $18 a month. Robert had completed 1 year of high school. Gertrude had completed 4 years of high school. Robert is a fireman for the railroad. (S) 1940 Census.
5/1950, They were living in
when his father died.
1966, Robert, age 65, died of lung cancer in
11/16/1981 Gertrude died in
Robert Ervin Dollahite, born 5/8/1927 in
Memphis, TN. (S) Dollahite Family Bible.
4/15/1940, Robert Jr, age 12, has completed 4 years of School. (S) 1940 Census.
He lived in Mountain Home, Baxter Co., AR.
Charles Ray Dollahite, born 11/4/1929 in
Memphis, TN. (S) Dollahite Family Bible.
4/15/1940, Charles, age 10, has completed 1 year of School. (S) 1940 Census.
Billy Wayne Dollahite, born 3/3/1931 in Yalobusha Co., MS. (S) Dollahite Family Bible.
4/15/1940, Billy, age 8, has completed 1 year of School. (S) 1940 Census.
Narnia Dollahite, born 1933 in MS. (S) 1940 Census.
Audrey Dollahite, born 1934 in MS. (S) 1940 Census.
Shirley Dollahite, born 1938 in TN [twin]. (S) 1940 Census.
Tommy Dollahite, born 1938 in TN [twin]. (S) 1940 Census.
viii. Alice Doris (Dottie) Dollahite, born
9/11/1905 in MS.
No.12:(S) 1910 Census.
No.12:(S) 1920 Census. n: “Allie”
No.12.ii:(S) 1920 Census. Traveled to be with her sister
to help with Pearl’s child Norman while Pearl was expecting
1925, “Alice D Dollahite”, sales lady, The John Gerber Co., lives at 1137 South 3rd, Menphis, TN. Living with her are “Robt E.” who is a car repairman, and “R Irwin” who is a fireman. (S) Memphis City Dir.
9/30/1927 in her home in
Water Valley, MS,
Alice married Arnold Wescott Scott of ,
born 2/18/1905 in Wisconsin; Rev. J E Lawhorn minister. (S) Dollahite Family
Bible, (S) Newspaper announcement. Alexandria, VA
4/16/1930, (S) 1930 Census, TN,
They live in an apartment on Fleetwood
St. Alice is a
stenographer for a loan examiner. Arnold’s
job is “Puntir”.
4/1/1935, Arnold and Doris live in Shelby Co., TN. (S) 1940 Census.
1939, Arnold earned $2600. (S) 1940 Census.
5/2/1940, Arnold W., Doris A., and daughters Martha J. and Carolyn S. live in the unincorporated community of Oakville, in Shelby Co., TN. They own their home on Echles avenue valued at $2200. Arnold had completed 1 year of college. Doris had completed 12 years of school. Martha J., age 8, had completed 1 year of school. Carolyn S., age 5. Arnold is a linotype operator for a newspaper. (S) 1940 Census.
1940, They were mobilized and sent to
Ft. n o s k c Ja SC.
1942, They moved to
e p r o h t e l Og GA.
They moved to
Battlecreek, MI [ .] Ft. r e t s Cu
Army Band Director, sent to Germany.
[The family lived with Ozzie about 6 months
before following him oversees.]
5/1950, They were living in
when her father died. Munich, Germany
1973, They lived at 3602 Barcroft View Terrace, Bailey’s
. Crossroads, VA 22041
8/17/1988 at 2:05 AM, a Wednesday,
died in Aurora, CO. (S) Dollahite Family Bible.
Children: [2 living daughters, 1 living son.]
ix. Martha Bernice Dollahite, born 12/5/1909 in Alcorn Co., MS;
No.12:(S) 1910 Census.
6/4/1927, Martha married Aaron Baddley; Rev. J E Lawhorn minister. (S) Dollahite Family Bible.
(S) 1930 Census, MS, Yalobusha Co., Watervalley, Distr. 8. Living with parents and husband.
7/23/1932 at 4:25 AM, Martha died of TB in Yalobusha Co., MS. Buried in Oak Hill Cem.,
in an unmarked grave next to her parents. (S) Dollahite Family Bible. Obituary:
“Mrs Aaron Baddley, 23, died Sunday after a protracted illness of two years
standing. Funeral services were conducted Monday by Rev. J. D. Wroten at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dalton. Burial was made in Oak Hill Cemeter.” Water Valley, MS
[There is a listing “Grandbaby” below Martha with no other information in the Bible.]
46. William Duncan STEM & 47. Susan Rebekah CLARK
No.28:(S) 1860 Census; Henry Co., TN n: “W D”.
No.30:(S) 1860 Census, Cotton Grove, Madison Co., TN: Susan.
No.28:(S) 1870 Census; Camden PO, Benton Co., TN. n: “Wm D”.
No.31:(S) 1870 Census, Jackson, Madison Co., TN: Susan lives with her widowed mother and 5 siblings.
No.28:(S) 1880 Census; Benton Co., TN. William, 22, still lives with his parents. 20 days after the census William’s father died.
No.31:(S) 1880 Census; Jackson, Madison Co., TN: Susan, 22, lives with her mother, sister Lizzie, and brothers Thomas and Harvey.
(S) 1900 Census, TN, Madison Co., 3WD, Jackson. n: “Stem”. Renting a home at
591 Lafayette St.
William is a house carpenter.
1904, Susie R Stem, widow of “Wm D”, resides at 413 North Hays ave., Jackson, TN. (S) Jackson City Dir.
1906, Susan R Stem, widow of “William D”, resides at 619 Baltimore, Jackson, TN. (S) Jackson City Dir.
(S) Birth Certificate of daughter Elizabeth,
Certified No.4017. Nashville, TN
Children of William and Susan:
i. Virginia (“Big Sis”) Stemm, born
No.14:(S) 1900 Census.
No.15:(S) 1910 Census. Seamstress in the dress making industry.
4/1/1935, Walter and Virginia live in Jackson, Madison Co., TN. (S) 1940 Census.
4/16/1940, Virginia, widowed, her sons William E, Harold D, daughter Dorothy E., son Walter L Jr.; with her widowed sister Elizabeth and her daughter Virginia, live in Jackson, Madison Co., TN, where they rent their home for $25 a month. Virginia completed 8th grade. Son William is an assistant at a newspaper [having earned $780 in 1939]. Son Harold is a stock boy at at hardware store [having earned $35 in 1939]. Daughter Dorothy is a clerk at a ‘10¢ store’ [having earned $18 in 1939].
William Eugene Diffee, born
11/4/1913 in Jackson, TN. (S) 1920,1930 Census.
He married Beth Varnell; born 4/21/1913; died 2/10/2003; buried with William.
Harold Dewitt Diffee, born
5/28/1917 in Jackson, TN. (S) 1920,1930 Census.
He married Grayce C ?, born 1925.
Dorothy Elizabeth Diffee, born 9/7/1920 in Jackson, TN. (S) 1930 Census.
6/8/1941, Sunday, at 2:30 PM in the Jackson Baptist Church, Jackson, TN, she married Thomas
Franklin Rogers; born 8/21/1919. [Dorothy remained a member of this church for the rest of her life, and worked in the financial office of the church for 41 years.]
7/24/1952, Thomas died; buried in Hollywood Cem., Jackson, TN.
Dorothy married 2nd A. E. McGlaughlin.
1996, A. E. died.
11/3/2012, Dorothy died in Jackson, TN; buried at Ridgecrest Cem.
Walter Lafayette Diffee Jr, born
5/20/1925 in Jackson, TN. (S) 1930 Census.
He served in the US Army Air Force in WWII.
He married Georgia M ?, born 7/26/1925; died 3/31/1993; buried with Walter.
ii. DeWitt Newton Stemm, born
8/15/1885 in TN.
No.14:(S) 1900 Census.
Church west of ,
he married Laura Turner Cole, born 1883 in TN. (S) Stemm Family Bible. Jackson, TN
iii. Elizabeth Olion Stemm (23), born
iv. Ernest Clark Stemm, born
10/21/1889 in Jackson,
Madison Co., TN.
v. Thomas Levi Stemm, born
9/15/1891 in Jackson,
Madison Co., TN.
vi. Bryan Wilson Stemm, born
7/5/1896 in Jackson, Madison
No.14:(S) 1900 Census. n: “B
No.15:(S) 1910 Census.
No.7:(S) 1920 Census. Unemployed.
Bryan married Mildred C ?
(previously married), born 1888 in PA.
1935, Bryan and Mildred live in Baltimore, MD. (S) 1940 Census.
4/6/1940, Bryand and Mildred live at 6107 Danville Ave., Baltimore, MD. They rent their house for $13 a month. Bryan completed 1 year of high school. Mildred conpleted 8th grade. Bryan is a soldier in the US Army. (S) 1940 Census.
40. John Thomas BELL & 41. Mary Jane MCCOLLUM
7/1/1827, John born in SC; s/o 80. Hugh Bell & 81. Martha Montgomery. (S) Bell Family Bible.
1830, No.16:(S) 1830 Census, SC, Fairfield Dist. John m:<5 .="" o:p="">5>
1840, No.16:(S) 1840 Census, SC, Fairfield Dist. John m:10<15 .="" o:p="">15>
1844, John arrived in MS with his family from SC.
1864, CSA: John T Bell, Private, Co. G, 14th MS Regt.
3/4/1865, From Starkville, a letter of James W. Bell (one of John’s older brothers) to his sister Elizabeth Bell Wiseman (who lives in Texas), “Dear Sister, … I have no doubt you have heard how father made his will. He left everything to John, Mary, Sarah and myself. … We have all agreed to make an equal division at mother’s death but some of them are not willing for that. … They are all mad at poor mother who had nothing to do with it … I have been attending the place ever since the war … If they free the negroes there will not be much left as the land is John’s. … I have been four trips to the war but ninety days is the longest time …”
7/1/1870, No.17:(S) 1870 Census, Starkville, MS. John works on his mother’s farm and has a personal estate of $2000, and real estate valued at $4800.
11/20/1873, John married Mary; he was 21 years older than her. (S) Bell Family Bible.
1885, “J Bell” father of “James Bell”, age 10. (S) Oktibbeha Educable Children, MS Records, 1/1991, P31. [This indicates daughter Lula was deceased.]
12/1889, John died in
; buried in the ARP Cem. (S) Bell Family
Bible. Starkville, MS
No.4:(S) 1900 Census. Mary indicates she has had 3 children, only 1 still living. She lives with her son James and his family.
Bell, Mrs Mary J, res 1103
N 8th Av.” (S) 1906 City Directory of , P18. She lives with her son
James and his family. Columbus,
No.4:(S) 1910 Census. Mary indicates she has had 2 children, one of which is still living. She lives with her son James and his family.
~1913, Mary in “Church Directory” of First Methodist Church of Columbus, MS. (S) MS State Archives in Jackson, MS. 286.1762973 B433c.
1918, “Bell Mary J (wid John T), h 1103 N 8th av”. (S) 1918 City Dir. of Columbus, P84. She lives with her son James and his family.
No.4:(S) 1920 Census. Mary lives with her son James and his family.
1922, “Bell Mary (wid John T), bds 1103 N 8th av”. (S) 1922 City Dir. of Columbus, P86. She lives with her son James and his family.
1925, “Bell Mary (wid John T), r1103 N 8th av”. (S) 1925 City Dir. of Columbus, P48. She is living with her daughter-in-law and two of her grandchildren.
Children of James and Mary:
i. James Hugh Bell (20), born 2/6/1875 Oktibbeha Co., MS.
ii. Lura M Bell, born
5/1/1876 in Oktibbeha Co., MS.
No.8:(S) 1880 Census.
1884, Lula died as child; buried in ARP Cem.,
. Starkville, MS
42. Perry Oliver LOFTIS & 43. Della Elizabeth KIDD
9/22/1848, Perry born in Steens,
; s/o 84.
Powell Loftis & 85. Mary Ann Thomas. LownCo., MS
No.20:(S) 1850 Census, MS, LownCo.,
n: “Oliver P”.
No.20:(S) 1860 Census, MS, LownCo.,
No.22:(S) 1860 Census.
~1864, CSA, Private, Perry served in Co. G, 12th MS Calvary as a drummer.
No.20:(S) 1870 Census, MS, LownCo.,
n: “P O”. Farm laborer.
No.22:(S) 1870 Census.
, LownCo., Columbus, PD2. Della, MS
10/1871, Della given $1000 in her father’s will.
7/1874, “Della Kidd” named as John’s daughter the final estate papers of his will.
9/28/1877 in Columbus, Perry, sister Helena and her husband N H Nickels are involved in a lawsuit with the other members of the family over Powell’s estate. (S) Court Rcds. in Col. Libr.
12/8/1877, Perry received $321.38 for himself and $107.12 as guardian of Lee Drake from Powell’s estate settlement. (S) Court Rcds., Col. Libr.
Fall/1911, Perry signed daughter Bessie’s report card in Columbus, MS.
1914, “Loftis Perry O (Della), collr, res 1409 N 4th av.” (S) 1914 City Dir. of Columbus, P144. Daughters Jennie and Elizabeth [Bess] live with them.
1918, “Loftis Perry O (Della E), collr, res 1409 N 4th av”. (S) 1918 City Dir. of Columbus, P129. Daughters Jennie and Elizabeth [Bess] live with them.
1922, “Loftis Perry O (Della), h 1409 N 4th av”. (S) 1922 City Dir. of Columbus, P148. Son William, his wife, and their daughter Helen [Perry and Della’s granddaughter] live with them.
12/14/1924, Della died in LownCo., MS. Burial: Woodlawn Cem.,
1925, “Loftis Perry O, r1409 N 4th av”. (S) 1925 City Dir. of Columbus, P103. Wm, Irma and their daughter Helen live with him.
9/10/1926, Perry died in LownCo., MS. Burial: Woodlawn Cem., LownCo., MS.
Children of Perry and Della:
i. Dr. William Ward Loftis, born 4/13/1875 in LownCo., MS. (S) WWI Draft Reg.
No.10:(S) 1880 Census.
No.10:(S) 1900 Census. Occ: farm laborer.
11/29/1905, William married Irma V Stephenson, born
in AL. (S) LownCo. MB23, P305.
1906, “Loftis, W W, (Irma), life ins, res 124 N 9th
1906 City Dir. of Columbus, P58.
1912, “Loftis Ward (Irma), vet surg, res 811 N 5th av.” (S) 1912 City Dir. of Columbus, P132.
1914, “Loftis Ward W (Irma), vet surg 526 main, res 1125 N 2d av.” (S) 1914 City Dir. of Columbus, P144.
1918, “Loftis Ward W (Irma), vet surg 220 S 11th”. (S) 1918 City Dir. of Columbus, P129.
1922, “Loftis Wm W (Irma), vet surgeon, bds 1409 N 4th av”. (S) 1922 City Dir. of Columbus, P148. Wm, Irma and daughter Helen live with his parents.
1925, “Loftis Wm (Irma), veterinarian, h 1409 N 4th av”. (S) 1925 City Dir. of Columbus, P103. Wm, Irma and daughter Helen live with his father.
10/1927, Sisters Wilda in LownCo., Jennie Lou in OktCo., and Bessie Loftis Kelly in MN, sue their brother William Ward Loftis. The 4 are the “sole and only heirs of Perry O. Loftis, deceased.” (S) Chancery Court Records, Col. Libr.,
. Columbus, MS
1940, William and son Robert live at 510 7th St. North, Columbus, MS. [This is a multi-family dwelling.] William pays rent of $5 a month. William had completed 4 years of college. Son Robert had completed 7th grade. William a ‘veternarian’ in private practice. (S) 1940 Census.
William married Grace Frye. (S) Death record.
9/9/1945 William died in LownCo., MS. Burial in Friendship Cem., Lot 384,
. Columbus, MS
Helen Cordelia Loftis, born 1907 in MS. (S) 1910,1920,1930 Census.
Frances Eloise Loftis, born
9/8/1908 in MS. (S) 1910 Census.
4/27/1911 she died; burial in Friendship Cem.,
William Ward Loftis III, born 2/1910 in MS. (S) 1910,1920,1930 Census.
James O Loftis, born
7/22/1911 in MS. (S) 1920,1930 Census.
James married Dolly Ann Roberts.
4/26/1985, James died.
7/26/1985, James was buried in Riverside Natl. Cem.,
CA, section 20, site 1680.
Robert Cornelius Loftis, born
4/15/1925 in MS. (S) 1930 Census.
He married Phyllis ?.
ii. Wilda Elizabeth Loftis (21), born 11/20/1878 in MS;
iii. Jennie Lou Loftis, born
12/2/1889 in LownCo., MS.
No.10:(S) 1900 Census.
1906, “Loftis, Miss Jennie L, res
Rd.” (S) 1906 City Dir. of Columbus, P58.
No.10:(S) 1910 Census.
1912, Jennie graduated from II&T [later MSCW] in
. She taught English and Latin
in high school in the MS delta. Columbus,
1914, “Loftis Jennie Miss, bds 1409 N 4th av” (S) 1914 City Dir. of Columbus, P144.
1918, “Loftis Jennie L Mrs, tchr, h 1409 N 4th av”. (S) 1918 City Dir. of Columbus, P129.
11/6/1918, Jennie married Charles Keaton Hartness, born 1886 in
Starkville, MS. (S) LownCo. MB26, P367.
Charles attended MS A&M [later MS State Univ]. They met at the Woodlawn
Cumberland Presbyterian Church – see Thomas Kidd ( 44i).
10/1927, Sisters Wilda in LownCo., Jennie Lou in OktCo., and Bessie living in MN sue their brother William Ward Loftis. The 4 are the “sole and only heirs of Perry O. Loftis, deceased.” (S) Chancery Court Records, Col. Libr.,
. Columbus, MS
4/1/1935, Charles and family live in MS, Oktibbeha Co., Beat 5. (S) 1940 Census.
5/7/1940, Charles, Jennie Lou, daughter Martha and son Charles Jr. live in MS, Oktibbeha Co., Beat 5. They own their home valued at $1400. Charles completed 1 year of college. Jennie Lou completed 4 years of college. Martha has completed 1 year of college. Charles Jr has not attended school. Charles Sr. is a farmer. (S) 1940 Census.
11/2/1964, Charles died in
MS. (S) DAR Appl. of Martha..
12/25/1970, Jennie died in
. She is buried in Oddfellow Cem. with
Charles. Starkville, MS
Martha Louise Hartness, born
9/22/1921 in Sessums, OktCo., MS. (S) 1930
1943, Martha graduated from MSCW with a degree in Elementary Education.
WWII, Army, Leslie Otto Templeton, born
in . OktCo., MS
Leslie graduated from MS A&M with a degree in Dairy Science.
9/3/1978, Leslie died in
; buried in Memorial Gardens Cem. Starkville, MS
5/8/1986, Martha applied for DAR membership. They were living at
102 Dunbrook Dr, Starkville,
[DAR appl. accepted 6/6/1986,
7/8/2000, Martha died in
; buried with Leslie. Starkville, MS
Charles Hartness Jr, born 7/2/1925 in MS. (S) 1930 Census.
He never married; he had cerebral palsy.
7/1988 Charles died. He is buried in Oddfellow Cem., Starkville, MS.
Nancy Wilda Hartness, born 11/16/1929 in MS. (S) 1930 Census.
11/9/1932 she died of leukemia, buried in Sessums Meth. Cem., OktCo., MS.
iv. Martha Elizabeth “Bess” Loftis, born 2/25/1898 in LownCo., MS.
No.10:(S) 1900 Census.
No.10:(S) 1910 Census.
Fall/1911, Bessie attended
Franklin Academy in Columbus.
1914, “Loftis Bessie Miss, bds 1409 N 4th av” (S) 1914 City Dir. of Columbus, P144.
1918, “Loftis Bessie Miss, student, h 1409 N 4th av”. (S) 1918 City Dir. of Columbus, P129.
Martha graduated from what is now MSCW.
No.10:(S) 1920 Census. Martha is a school teacher.
Martha moved to
to teach. Bessemer, AL
Martha then taught, for the U.S. Steel Co., in
Ogden, UT and then in Evelyth and . Forest Lake, MN
Bess met Charles in MN.
6/1927, Martha married Charles Scott Kelly, born 9/16/1899 in
10/1927, Sisters Wilda in LownCo., Jennie Lou in OktCo., and Bessie Loftis Kelly in MN, sue their brother William Ward Loftis. The 4 are the “sole and only heirs of Perry O. Loftis, deceased.” (S) Chancery Court Records, Col. Libr.,
. Columbus, MS
Bess continued to teach while Charles finished Law school.
1929, Bess and Charles moved to Evanston, IL.
4/5/1930, (S) 1930 Census, IL, Cook Co.,
Evanston. They live on Grove Rd. They rent
their home for $130 a month. They own a radio. Bess gives her age as 29,
Charles as 31. They have been married 4 years and have no children. Charles is
an attorney in general practice.
1933, Bess’s nephew Sydney Bell visited them in
(S) 1965 Letter of Syd.
4/1/1935, Charles and Bess live at 210 Doves St., Evanston, IL. (S) 1940 Census.
4/6/1940, Charles, Bess, son Charles and daughter Anne live at 210 Doves St., Evanston, IL. They own their home valued at $30,000 [the street is near the Lake]. Charles Sr. and Bess both completed 4 years of college. Son Charles had completed 7th grade, daughter Anne had not completed any schooling. They had 2 female servants living in the house, Crystalbell Collins, the cook; and Genevieve Campbell, both age 32. Charles is an attorney in private practice. (S) 1940 Census.
~1948, Bess and Charles bought a farm near Hudson, WI where they would spend their summers.
1954-56, Bess a longtime member and President of the Garden Club of Evanston. Charles was the counsel for the club.
1964-65, Bess, President of the Garden Club of Evanston
1973, they live at
210 Davis St.,
Evanston, IL 60620.
1979, Bess and Charles sold their farm.
5/1/1978, “Bess Loftis Kelly” lives at
Davis St., Evanston, IL 60201.
(S) Notarized Application for birth certificate of her neice Wilda Bell Gore.
6/1987, Charles died, last residence Chicago. (S) SSDI.
9/30/1989, “Bess L. Kelly” died in Evanston, Cook Co., IL. (S) SSDI.
Children: [1 living son, 1 living daughter.]