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John Robert CAUSBIE & Myrtle Mae BUTLER - Joseph A MAILLOUX: & Blanch LACOMBE

28. John Robert CAUSBIE: & 29. Myrtle Mae BUTLER:.

J Robert Causbie, born 2am, 7/23/1920 in Kauffman Co., TX.
11/9/1869, John born in Lewisburg, Marshall Co., TN; s/o 56. Washington J Causbie & 57. Rhoda Ellen Russell.
8/22/1870, John an infant with his family  in Farmington, Marshall Co., TN.
8/31/1876, Myrtle born in Saylor Township, Polk Co., IO; d/o 58. Samuel Langston Butler & 59. Cynthia Evelyn Smith.
(S) 1880 Census, TN, Marshall Co. John, with other siblings, is dispersed to other families after the death of his mother, living with the family of Robert Eusley, listed as “no kin”.
12/25/1893, John married Myrtle in Dallas, TX.
1896–97, they lived in AR. (S) Birth of son Jimmie.
6/2/1900, (S) 1900 Census, TX, Kauffman Co. Myrtle has had 3 children, all still living. parents born in TN. [Myrtle’s father born in Unknown; mother in MO.] John is a farmer.
4/20/1910, (S) 1910 Census, TX, Kauffman Co., South Elmo. Myrtle has had 7 children, all still living. John’s parents born in TN. John is a farmer.
1/15/1920, (S) 1920 Census, TX, Kauffman Co., College Mound. J.R. and Myrtle rent their home. John’s parents born in TN. Both can read and write. John is a farmer.
7/23/1920, John, age 51, and Myrtle, age 44, live in Terrell, Kaufman Co., TX. John’s trade is farming, Myrtle is a house wife. (S) Birth certificate of son J. R. Causbie. [Certificate also gives address as R. #4, Weatherford, TX.]
12/1937, The family moved near Weatherford, Parker Co.
1935, John R and Myrtle M live in Elmo, Kaufman Co., TX. (S) 1940 Census.
4/20/1940, John R and Myrtle M live on Route 4 in Parker Co., TX. Their son J Robert lives with them. Both John and Myrtle completed 5th grade. They rent their home for $15 a month. John farms a ‘stock farm.’ They live next to their son William Chester. (S) 1940 Census.
6/11/1943, John filed an affidavit of birth of his son J. R. (S) Copy of affidavit.
12/1956, Grandaughters Linda and Marian Maitlen visited them. (S) Photo.
5/17/1967, Myrtle died in Weatherford, Parker Co., TX.
6/29/1970, John died, age 100, in Weatherford, Parker Co., TX.
Children of John and Myrtle:
i. James Marion Causbie, born 4/1895 in Sharp Co., AR.
James married Margaret T. Ritchey.
12/19/1986, James died in Weatherford, TX.
ii. Ora Bell Causbie, born 12/16/1896 in Sharp Co., AR.
Ora married Obe Dempsey Jacobs.
5/29/1983, Ora died in Parker Co., TX.
iii. Dorothy Adelaide Causbie, born 2/20/1899 in Kauffman Co., TX.
Dorothy married James Leland.
Dorothy married Clayton Nelson.
Dorothy married James Dyer.
12/25/1976, Dorothy died in Parker Co., TX.
iv. John Leonard Causbie, born 1902 in Kauffman Co., TX.
John married Mary Lucinney Smith.
9/9/1963, Leonard died in Parker Co., TX.
v. Jewel Mae Causbie, born 1/30/1904 in Kauffman Co., TX.
Jewel married Roy Ester Sneed.
Jewel married William Edward Norrell.
9/13/1978, Jewel died in Parker Co., TX..
vi. Ona Mary Causbie, born 5/31/1906 in Kauffman Co., TX.
Ona married Oscar H Harper.
5/18/2004, Ona died in Cleburne, Johnson Co., TX.
vii. Samuel Benjamin Causbie, born 5/6/1909 in Kauffman Co., TX.
Samuel married Paula Ruth Rice.
3/11/2001, Samuel died in Parker Co., TX.
viii. William Chester Causbie, born 7/18/1911 in Kauffman Co., TX.
William married Mary Hazel Pirtle.
1935, William and Mary live in Elmo, Kaufman Co., TX. (S) 1940 Census.
4/20/1940, William lives next to his parents on Route 4 in Parker Co., TX. They have 2 daughters, Billie Frances, age 7, and Bobbie Leigh, age 6. Both William and Hazel completed 2 years of high school. (S) 1940 Census.
4/13/1981, William died in Parker Co., TX.
ix. Allie Evalyn Causbie, born 5/4/1916 in Kauffman Co., TX.
Allie married Fred Gus Werner.
x. J Robert Causbie (14), born 2am, 7/23/1920 in Kauffman Co., TX.

30. Joseph A MAILLOUX: & 31. Blanch LACOMBE:.

2/1/1890, Blanch born in St. Raymond, Portneuf, Quebec, Canada; d/o 62. Georges Lacombe & 63. Georgianna Dutil.
7/1/1890, Joseph born in St. Armand Station, Quebec, Canada; s/o 60. Aubin Mailloux & 61. Melvina Kirouaque.
4/10/1891, Joseph, 9 months old, listed with his parents in the Canadian Census in Quebec.
4/24/1891, Blanche, age 2, listed with her parents in the Canadian Census in Quebec.
1895, Joseph immigrated with his family to the US.
6/4/1900, (S) 1900 Census, MA, Bristol co., Fall River; Joseph , attending school, lives with his family in Fall River.
4/26/1910, Joseph lives with his brother Ernest and his mother Melvina in Fall River. Joseph is a “doffer” in a cotton mill.
2/19/1912 in Fall River, Joseph married Blanche.
6/5/1917, Joseph completed a WWI draft card. He is described as short with grey eyes and dark-brown hair.
1923, 1924, 1925, “Joseph (Blanche) opr h 84 E Main” (S) Fall River City Directory.
1927, “Joseph A (Blanche) laborer h 77 Palmer” (S) Fall River City Directory.
4/8/1930, (S) 1930 Census, MA, Bristol Co., Fall River City. They lived at 242 Washington St. where they rented their home for $19 a month. French was spoken in the home, although they both spoke English. Joseph was a “trimmer” on a coal barge.
1935, Joseph and family live in Fall River, Bristol Co., MA. (S) 1940 Census.
1939, Blanche reported earnings of $252.
4/11/1940, Joseph and Blanche live at 446 William St., Fall River, Bristol Co., MA. Their sons George and Edgar, and daughters Doris, Theresa, and Jean live with them. They rent their home for $12 a month. Both Joseph and Blanche completed 4 years of school. Joseph operates a machine in a textile mill. Blanche is a rag picker in a rag mill.
4/26/1942, Joseph completed his WWII draft card. He is 5 ft, 6.5 inches, blue eyes, dark complexion, black hair, and wears glasses. They live at 446 William St. in Fall River. He gives his birth date as 7/1/1891; born in St. Armand, Quebec, Canada. His wife is Blanche. He works for the Lamport Man. Co. on Anawan St.
1944, “Jos A (Blanche) opr Luther h 446 William” (S) Fall River City Directory.
1946, “Jos A h 446 William” (S) Fall River City Directory.
1953, “Mailloux, Blanche Mrs r 190 Grove” (S) Bridgeport CT City Directory.
1954, 1957, 1958, “Mailloux, Blanche L Mrs emp Hillside Home r 29 Laurel Ct” (S) Bridgeport CT City Directory.
1959, “Mailloux, Blanche L Mrs emp 540 Bond r 29 Laurel Ct” (S) Bridgeport CT City Directory.
1965, “Mailloux – Joseph (Blanche) ret h 2888 Fairfield av” (S) Bridgeport CT City Directory.
8/1970, Joseph died in Bridgeport, Fairfield Co., CT; buried in St. Michael’s Cem. (S) SSDI
2/1975, Blanche died in Bridgeport, Fairfield Co., CT; buried with Joseph. (S) SSDI.
Children of Joseph and Blanche:
i. George Mailloux, born 1913 in Fall River, MA.
George married a widow, Mims Rogers. [1 son.]
ii. Edna Mailloux, born 1917 in Fall River, MA.
4/9/1935, Edna married Albert Grella.
iii. Edgar A Mailloux, born 4/9/1919 in Fall River, MA.
Edgar married Margaret Saucier.
1940, Edgar worked as a laborer for the W.P.A. [earing $288 in 1939.]
They lived at 189 Hamlet in Fall River.
7/22/1973, Edgar died in Fall River. (S) SSDI.
iv. Mary Doris Lorraine Mailloux (15), born 11/29/1924 in Fall River, MA.
v. Theresa Mailloux, born 6/14/1927 in Fall River, MA.
Theresa married Robert “Bob” Norton.
vi. Jeanne Mailloux, born 7/27/1929 in Fall River, MA.
Jeanne married George Pasternoster.

Lester Allen MAITLEN & Lynis Blanch RYAN - James Oscar DAUGHTERY & Vivian Ogethel CALLICOTT

24. Lester Allen MAITLEN: & 25. Lynis Blanch RYAN:

12/12/1902, Lester born in Wakita, Grant co., OK, s/o 48. Clay Cassius Maitlen & 49. Fannie Mae Huntley.
4/20/1905, Lynis born in Hollister, Tillman Co., OK, d/o 50. Audie Delmer Ryan & 51. Nancy Ellen Couch.
(S) 1910 Census, Blanch lives with her parent.
(S) 1920 Census; Lester lives with his parents.
(S) 1920 Census; Blanch lives with her parents.
2/11/1924, Lester married Blanch in Tillman Co., OK. (S) OK Co. Marriages, 1890-1995, MR No. 6, P95.
1926, Lester in a photo with his first born son. (S) Photo.
4/14/1930, (S) 1930 Census, OK, Tillman Co., Stephens; Lester & Blanch rent their home and are farmers. Son Harold is 4 & 11/12. Lester indicates his parents were born in IO, Blanch’s born in MS.
1935, Lester and family live in Tillman Co., OK. (S) 1940 Census.
1937, Lester, Blanch, and Harold visited “Aunt Bertha” who lived west of Southbend, TX. (S) Photo.
4/15/1940, Lester ‘Mattin’, wife Blach L., and son Harold D live in Tillman Co., OK. They rent their home for $5 a month. Lester completed 7 years of school. Blanch completed 1 year of high school. Harold has completed 8th grade. Lester is a farmer. They live next to James and Vivian Daugherty. (S) 1940 Census.
2/15/1942, Lester, a farmer, registered for the WWII draft. Light complexion, blue eyes, blonde hair, height 5’ 7’’. Next of kin C C Maitlin.
2/10/1944, Harold Dee Maitlen, a farmer of Tillman, OK, weight 140, complexion dark, eyes gray, hair brown, 5’ 7” tall, next of kin Lester Maitlen, registered in the WWII draft.
4/11/1945, Blanche signed the marriage license consenting to her son Harold marrying Dorothy Daugherty. (S) OK County Marriages.
The family moved to Wichita Falls, TX.
8/29/1945, Lester died of spinal meningitis in Wichita Falls, Witchita Co., TX; buried in Ryan plot, Davidson, Tillman co., OK. (S) Obit.
1957, Lennys married 2nd Herman David Hauptli, born 2/22/1901; died 9/23/1985. (S) Obit.
7/5/1963, Lennys died in an auto accident in Holbrook, AR; buried in Mineral Wells, TX; buried in Woodlawn Park cemetery with David.
Children of Lester and Lynis:
i. Lester Clay Maitlen, born 4/7/1924 in Grandfield, Tillman Co., OK.
11/24/1926, Lester died; buried in the Ryan plot, Davidson, Tillman Co., OK.
ii. Harold Dee Maitlen (12), born 2/10/1926, in Grandfield, Tillman Co., OK.
iii. Dorothy Marie Maitlen, born 1/21/1945 in Wichita Falls, Witchita Co., TX.
4/1965, Dorothy married Dwight Henry Spencer.
2/1976, Dorothy and Dwight divorced.
1/5/1980, Dorothy married Yvan Dennis Gagne, born 5/3/1946 in Canada.

26. James Oscar DAUGHTERY: & 27. Vivian Ogethel CALLICOTT:.
2/27/1899, James born in Indian City, Payne Co., OK; s/o 52. Joseph S Daugherty & 53. Amma Falina Dowden. [Other records indicate Wagoner TWP, OK – which may be another name for the same place.]
1/21/1902, Vivian born in Hillsboro, Hill Co., TX; d/o 54. William Callicott & 55. Laura L. McKuen.
4/30/1910, (S) 1910 Census, OK, Osage Co., Strike Axe; James lives with his parents.
9/12/1917-18, James filled out a WWI draft registration card. His full name is given and is signed. His birth date is given. He is a farmer on R405 in Grandfield, Tillman Co., OK. His mother is his nearest relative, and he lives with her. He has blue eyes and brown hair.
4/16/1922 in Comanche Co., OK, James married Vivian.
 1923, They live in Duncan, OK. (S) Birth of James Jr.
 1924, the family moved southwest of Grandfield. (S) Obit. of Vivian.
4/19/1930, (S) 1930 Census, OK, Tillman, Carr; James’ parents born in IN, Vivian’s father in MO, mother in AR. Annie, mother of James, lives with them – her parents born in IN.
1935, James and family live in Carr Township, Tillman Co., OK. (S) 1940 Census.
4/15/1940, Jim O ‘Dorty’, wife Vivan O., sons James J., daughters Dorthy M and Trecyl J., and son Jerry W. live in Carr Township, Tillman Co., OK. They rent their house for $5 a month. Jim completed 5th grade; Vivan 8th. Jim is a farmer. They live next to Lester and Blanch Maitlen. (S) 1940 Census.
 4/11/1945, Harold Married married Dorothy Daugherty in Cotton County, OK. Both are age 19, and residents of Grandfield. His mother Blanche signed, consenting to the marriage. Her mother Vivian signed, also consenting. A Church of the Nazarene minister performed the ceremony. (S) OK County Marriages.
 1946, they moved to the Ahpeatone community. (S) Obit. of Vivian.
1964, They moved to Walters, OK. (S) Obit. of Vivian.
 1972, Vivian, “Mrs Jim Daugherty” of Walters, OK, named a survivor of her sister Della West. (S) Obit.
1974, Vivian named a survivor of her brother Walter living in Walters, OK.
 1/20/1984, James died in a nursing home in Walters, Cotton Co., OK. (S) SSDI.
 3/18/1984, Vivian died in Walters, Cotton Co., OK. (S) SSDI. (S) Gravestone.
Family notes:
Some genealogical records have James’ middle name as “Osker”.
Children of James and Vivian:
 i. James Oscar Daugherty Jr., born 3/29/1923 in Duncan, OK.
 1941 James graduated from Granfield High School.
 5/2/1942 in Walters, OK, James married M. Lois Gebhart, born 5/29/1922, died 9/3/1987. (S) Lois’ Obit.
 10/19/1994, James died in his home in Grandfield, Tillman Co., OK. (S) SSDI. (S) Obit.
ii. Dorothy Mae Daugherty (13), born 12/15/1925 in Grandfield, Tillman Co., OK.
iii. Trecyl June Daugherty, born 9/30/1930 in Grandfield, Tillman Co., OK.
5/13/1948, both Trecyl and Marvin are shown in a picture of the The Lawton Constitution newspaper visiting a hospitalized classmate before their high school graduation.
6/17/1948, Trecyl married Marvin Scherler.
10/21/1994, Trecyl Scherler of Walters, OK named as a surviving sister of her brother James. (S) Obit.
iv. Jerry Wayne Daugherty, born 2/24/1936 in Grandfield, Tillman Co., OK.
1953, Jerry graduated from Apeahtone School.
6/19/1959, Jerry married Elizabeth Ann Booer in Frederick.
10/21/1994, Jerry of Temple, OK named as a surviving brother of his brother James. (S) Obit.
11/29/2010, Jerry died in Lawton, OK. (S) Obit.

Cpl. William Edward DOLLAHITE & Elizabeth Olion STEMM

22. Cpl. William Edward "Eddie" DOLLAHITE: & 23. Elizabeth Olion "Bess" STEMM:.
Ancestry of their child:
Virginia Doris Dollahite, born 10/16/1923 in Stacy, Waponocca, AR.
12/14/1888, William, “Eddie”, born in Memphis, TN; s/o 12. Robert Ervin Dollahite & 13. Roxsie L Smith. (S) WWI Draft Reg & (S) Dollahite Family Bible.
8/14/1887, Elizabeth born in Jackson, Madison Co., TN, d/o 14. William Duncan Stemm & 15. Susan Rebecca Clark. (S) Birth Certificate, TN, D156189.
No.12:(S) 1900 Census. William, n: ”Eddie”, MS, Tallahatchie Co., Harrison.
No.14:(S) 1900 Census. Elizabeth, TN, Madison Co., 3WD, Jackson.
1909, W. E. Dollahite a member of the “Young Men’s Bible Class” of the First Methodist Church of Corinth, MS. (S) Photo of Class.
No.12:(S) 1910 Census. MS, Alcorn Co., Corinth. “Eddy” a bookkeeper; living at 1115 ? St next to Bush St.
No.15:(S) 1910 Census. Elizabeth, TN, Madison Co., Jackson, 4-WD.
 1913, William, a book keeper for Armour & Co., boarding at 415 E Lafayette, Jackson, TN. (S) Jackson TN City Directory.
 1915, Wm E Dollahite, a bookeeper for Nash Beef & Prov Co., boarding at 318 6th Ave., North, Nashville, TN. (S) Nashville TN City Dir.
 1916, William E Dollahite, a clerk, lives at 318 6th Ave., North, Nashville, TN. (S) Nashville TN City Dir.
6/22/1917, William, (S) WWI Draft Reg., Yalobusha Co., Water Valley, MS. He was a traveling salesman for the Morris Pkg. Co. of Memphis, TN. He is described as of medium height, medium build, blue eyes, and light hair.
7/2/1917, Eddie enlisted in WWI, serving in the Army, Battery A, 114th Field Artillery (a volunteer regiment commanded by Col. Luke Lea), Batt A (commanded by Capt. Gordon Browing – later a Gov. of TN).
1917, The unit was in training and headquartered near Nashville, TN. Battery A trained at the Tri-State Fair Grounds in Memphis.
8/5/1917, The National Guard unit was attached to the Federal forces and issued military uniforms.
9/9/1917, The unit moved to Camp Seiver, Greenville, SC; where the 114th was designated a light artillery unit with 3-inch guns.
11/1917, Eddie became a Corporal. (S) Honorable Discharge Papers.
3/15/1918, The unit began live-round training at Cleveland Mills, about 20 miles from Camp Siever.
 5/26/1918, William, a Corporal, with his unit embarked overseas from Long Island, NY on the Karoa, a small British vessel, arriving at Liverpool, England (an 11 day trip.) (S) U.S. Army Transport record.
6/13/1918, The unit arrived at La Havre, France (in Normandy); from which they traveled to Camp Coetquidan, 20 miles south of Rennes; where the 114th became a part of the 55th Brigade, 30th Div.
6/15/1918, Elizabeth lives at 222 Gordon St., Jackson, with her brother Bryan. (S) Bryan’s Draft Reg. Card.
7/1918, The Brigadier General entrusted with rating artillery brigades gave the 55th the highest of any.
8/20/1918, They departed for Toul by train, through Paris, arriving on June 22nd.
8/25/1918, After a 2-day rest, they arrived at Sanzey Woods, 12 km from the German lines near St. Mihiel.
9/12/1918, The Battle of St. Mihiel commenced – the largest assembly of artillery ever up to that time, the units were rotated in and out 2 at a time. (American divisions fired more than 1 million rounds the first day.) The 114th accompanied the infantry division in their advance from Flirey. Around noon, the Germans counter-attacked.
9/13/1918, Batteries A, B, and C engaged at Bouillonville, where Batt. A was ordered to attack the town of Xammes (losing 2 members of the unit – the 1st of the units to sustain losses.)
9/14/1918, All the units pulled back from battle, they had participated in a major victory in their 1st engagement. The unit next moved to Brocourt Wood, travelling in severe conditions at night.
9/22/1918, The unit arrived at Bois de Brocourt in the Argonne sector. They were up against the most formidable part of the German line.
9/25/1918, The Battle of the Meuse-Argonne commenced, would last 47 days, engaging 750k American troops, with 125k casualities. Batt. A advanced from Bois de Brocourt to Avocourt, to Iviory by Oct. 6th. During the advance, Batt. A used some captured German guns because the Germans also left behind the ammunition.
10/11/1918, The unit arrived in the Woevre sector, Batt. A positioned between Les Eparges and Tresauvaux.
10/15/1918, The 114th came under mustard gas attack for the 1st time at the town of Les Eparges.
11/11/1918, The 114th participated in the attack of the American 2nd army. Batt. A was located at Fresnes. Batteries A, B and F took the brunt of the German fire. At 11:00a, all fire ceased with the beginning of the Armistice.
1918, The unit was marched up the Moselle River to Luxemburg, and then on to Le Mans.
1/6/1919, The unit began a march back to the Toul area to rejoin the 30th Div.
1/30/1919, The Brigade was inspected and reviewed by General Pershing and his staff.
3/6/1919, The unit started their return trip home from their camp at Le Mans to St. Nazaire, where they boarded the U. S. S. Finland.
3/22/1919, The 114th arrived back from France at Newport News, VA where the units picture was taken (Eddie is on the bottom row, 4th from the right.)
4/7/1919, Eddied discharged from the Army at  Fort Oglethorpe, GA. He was given $101.82 separation pay and transportation to Memphis, TN.
1/5/1920, (S) 1920 Census, TN, Madison Co., Jackson, 4-WD. Elizabeth is living with her sister Virginia’s family – mother and father were deceased, William was still in the Army. Elizabeth was a stenographer for a wholesale house. Her brother Wilson also lives with Virginia.
6/8/1921, Wednesday, at 6 PM, Jackson, TN at Elizabeth’s home of 222 Gordon St., William married Elizabeth. (S) Stemm Family Bible & (S) Dollahite Family Bible. Marriage performed by Rev. Blackmon.
1921-22, William moved to Arizona because of his tuberculosis.
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.
1923, William a bookkeeper. (S) Birth certificate of daughter Virginia3. [Daughter Virginia born in Stacy, AR, across the river from Memphis.]
 8/21/1923, William admitted to the Johnson City, Mountain Branch, of the U. S. National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. His disability is listed as “Tuberculosis pulmonary, chronic.” He is 5’ 9”, fair complexion, blue eyes, brown hair, can read and write, Protestant, resident of TN, married to Elizabeth Dollahite of Memphis. (S) Original admission record.
 3/8/1925, William discharged from the soldier’s home.
6/23/1925, living in Whipple, Yavapai Co., AZ, William wrote his will.
1/27/1926 at 11:35 on a Wednesday, William died in Memphis, TN, Burial: Brown’s Cem. in Madison Co. (S) Death Certificate & (S) Dollahite Family Bible. At the time of his death they were living at 277 Maryland St., Memphis, TN. His certificate is marked “NON RESIDENT”. He had been in a hospital for 7 days prior to his death. His parents are named on the certificate. Elizabeth provided the information. He died of “Chronic & pulmonary tuberculosis”. Place of burial was designated as Jackson, TN by “Hinton & Son”.
9/30/1927, Elizabeth and daughter attended the wedding of Edward’s little sister Alice (12viii) in Water Valley, MS. (S) Wedding Announcement.
4/9/1930, Elizabeth living in TN, Madison Co., Jackson, 4-WD. Elizabeth a stenographer for an insurance company. (S) 1930 Census.
4/1/1935, Elizabeth lives with her sister in Jackson, Madison Co., TN. (S) 1940 Census.
 1937, “Eliz S Dollahite”, widow of “W E”, “solr & colr” Caldwell McKinnie & Hicks, lives at 433 Lexington, phone 360. (S) Jackson City Dir.
1939, Elizabeth earned $1200 in her job. (S) 1940 Census.
4/16/1940, Elizabeth, a widow, and daughter Virginia live with her widowed sister and her family in Jackson, Madison Co., TN.  Elizabeth is a stenographer for an insurance company. Elizabeth completed 9th grade. (S) 1940 Census.
6/26/1942, Elizabeth issued a “delayed” birth certificate on affitdavits of Annie Clark (wife of Harvey, No. 30iv), Mattie W. Potts, B Grayson, and a certified copy of the Family Bible Record.
5/1944, Elizabeth traveled with her daughter Virginia to Rapid City, SD for her wedding.
 1947, 1954, “Eliz S Dollahite”, widow of “W E”, works in the office of Caldwell & Hicks, lives at 433 Lexington, phone 7-1702. (S) Jackson City Dir.
 1950, “Eliz S Dollahite”, secretary of Caldwell & Hicks, lives at 433 Lexington, phone 7-1702. (S) Jackson City Dir.
 1954, “Eliz S Dollahite”, widow of “W E”, office secretary of Caldwell & Hicks, lives at 433 Lexington, phone 7-1702. (S) Jackson City Dir.
 1960, “Eliz S Dollahite”, widow of “W E”, secretary of Caldwell & Hicks, lives at 122 Walnut, phone 7-8424. (S) Jackson City Dir.
Elizabeth retired from working at Caldwell and Hicks Insurance Agency. She served as a President of the American Legion Auxiliary. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church.
2/13/1960, Elizabeth lived at 122 Walnut, Jackson, TN. (S) Letter from her granddaughter Virgina Bell.
7/7/1972, Elizabeth died at Froman’s Nursing Home in Jackson, Madison Co., TN. Burial: Brown’s Cem. Her 3 Diffee nephews were pallbearers. (S) Dollahite Family Bible.  (S) Jackson Sun Obituary.
Family notes:
William’s will abstract: To wife, Elizabeth Stemm Dollahite entire estate, including property in Prescott, AZ; an exception to same, $1000 to be placed in First National Bank, Jackson, for his daughter, Virginia Doris Dollahite until she reached the age of 18 years and 6 months and then to be hers. Wife to serve as executrix without making bond as such.
Martha Dollahite, born ~1926 in TN. This person is not known to exist – yet she appears in the 1930 Census as a daughter. She would be the right age for a child born about the time William died. No records have been found of her outside of the census record, and she is not remembered by daughter Virginia or her cousin Dorothy Diffee Rogers.
Child of William and Elizabeth:
i. Virginia Doris Dollahite (11), born 10/16/1923 in Stacy, Waponocca, Crittenden Co., AR.
Children: [4 living.]

David Franklin BOND: & Nancy Elmira BOND

Stone County
Many Bonds were located in StnCo. One of the main generators of income was buying land for the timber rights. The land was cleared, and then farmed, or sold to farmers. The farmers around McHenry raised the usual diversified crops. There are large pecan orchards in the vicinity of the town, this being the most distinctive crop. McHenry is located 24 miles from the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The country is rolling and is located in the Long Leaf Pine section of the state. Old settlers state that no finer virgin pine  timber was found anywhere than in the vicinity of this town. The town, like all others of this section, was built around the existence of great pine forests, creating all the kindred industries, saw mills, planning mills, and turpentine stills. At one time, around 1900, when the population was at its greatest, there was a large saw mill and planning mill in the present environs of the town, with a half dozen others in close proximity. 

16. David Franklin BOND: & 17. Nancy Elmira BOND:.
Ancestry of their children:
Ancie Belle Bond, born 5/06/1906 in Benndale, MS.
Viola M Bond, born 1/30/1908 in Benndale, MS.
Annie Lou Bond, born 9/21/1910 in Benndale, MS.
David Roland Bond,  born 4/27/1912 in Benndale, MS.
Louis Lee Bond, born 3/19/1914 in Benndale, MS.
Lamar Dunlap Bond, born 12/04/1916 in Wiggins, MS.
11/3/1880, David born in HarrCo., MS, s/o 32. Sylvanus D Bond & 33. Elizabeth Elliot.
10/12/1885, Nancy born PerrCo., MS, d/o  34. Gilbert Bond & 35. Cerina C Cochran.
~1898, David a Spanish American War veteran – no records have been found.
No.4:(S) 1900 Census. David, 18, living in HarrCo., Bt5.
No.6:(S) 1900 Census. Nancy, 15, living in PerrCo., Bt5.
1903, David married his 2nd cousin Nancy.
4/30/1910, (S) 1910 Census, 324, MS, George Co., 5-BT. Renting a house. Both David and Elmyra can read and write. [George Co. formed in 1910 from Greene & Jackson Co.s.]
3/19/1914, They lived at “Clarence” in the Benndale district, GeoCo. (S) Birth Cert. of son Louis Lee. Louis is the 5th child of Elmira – all living. She is a housekeeper, he is a farmer.
9/12/1918, (S) StnCo. WWI Reg. Card. Dave has a business in Wiggins; is self-employed as a road contractor, is married to Nancy Elmira Bond living in Wiggins; has brown eyes and black hair.
1/6/1920, (S) 1920 Census, 223, MS, PerrCo., Richton, 3-BT. Occ: road construction. Renting a house.
1927, they moved to Biloxi, MS. (S) Bradford–O’Keef FB31, P131.
4/22/1930, (S) 1930 Census, MS, HarrCo, Biloxi, WD-1. Profession: Truck driver; No military service
6/20/1930, “Dave Bond of Biloxi” named as a surviving son of his father. (S) Obit.
1931, David, a farmer, & Elmira live at 1727 E Howard Ave. (S) 1931 Biloxi City Dir.
1935, Dave and Elmira live in Biloxi. (S) 1940 Census.
1936, David & Elmira, and sons Lamar (a student), Louis (a fisherman), & Roland (a truck driver) live at 1718 E Howard Ave. (S) Biloxi City Dir.
1939, Dave earned $500 as a carpenter.
4/10/1940, Dave and Elmira, with sons Lamar, age 23, and Louis Lee, age 26, live at 5009 5th St, Biloxi, MS. They own their home, worth $400. Dave is a carpenter in building construction. Dave is not working, but is seeking work. The 2 sons are working as truck drivers for a bottling company; working 40 hours a week.
5/1941, living on Clay Point in Biloxi. (S) Biloxi, MS Telephone Dir.
11/25/1944, Elmira died in Biloxi, MS, while living at Clay Point, Point Cadet. The services were at the 2nd Baptist Church. She died of cerebal hemorrhage. Buried in Old Biloxi Cem. in the Bond family plot. (S) Bradford–O’Keef FB31, P131.
10/4/1954, David Franklin Bond, son of S E Bond, and Elizabeth Elliott, SSN 42734874, made a claim for Social Security.
Before 1959, David lived in Biloxi, MS with son Lamar and his family.
5/9/1959, David died in Biloxi, HarrCo, MS, addicted to Paregoric. He was living in the Nursing home of his daughter Peggy. Buried in Old Biloxi Cem. in the Bond family plot next to Elmyra.
Children of David and Nancy:
No.2:(S) 1910 Census.
No.2:(S) 1920 Census.
4/12/1930, (S) 1930 Census, LA, Orleans Parish, New Orleans, WD12. Ancie Belle is a student nurse at the Laura Nurses Home.
1935, Allen and Peggy both indicated that they lived in Shreveport, LA. (S) 1940 Census.
3/28/1937, Peggy married Allen Bryan Patrick, born 1905 in MS; the minister E. S. Flint. (S) The Daily Herald, 3/31/1937.
1939, Allen and Ancie live in MS (S) Birth record of daughter Viola Fay.
4/19/1940, Allen B Patrick, Ancie B and daughter Viola Fay live at 2117 18th avenue in Gulfport, MS, with her sister Viola’s family. Their daughter Viola Fay is 8 months old. Allen is a salesman for an aluminum company, reporting no income from that job in 1939. Ancie is a private nurse, reporting no income from nursing in 1939.
9/25/1955, Ancie Bond Patrick, attending the Bond reunion at Ramsey Springs, presented the prizes to oldest and youngest members present.
10/27/1956, At the 6th Annual Bond reunion at Perkinston Jr. College, Mrs. Ancie B. Patrick was the Vice Chair.
10/28/1957, Mrs. Ancie B Patrick of Gulfport was the Vice Chairman of the Bond Family Association, and present at the annual meeting.
9/28/1958, At the 8th Annual Bond reunion, Mrs. Ancie Bell Patrick was the Vice Chair. She also presented the program, “Reassembling the Family Tree Branches.”
1959, At the 9th Annual Bond reunion, Ancie B. Patrick was the 1st Vice Pres. and Chm. of arrangements.
9/3/1961, Ancie Bell Patrick attend the 11th reunion of the Bond Family Association a the Community House in McHenry, MS. (S) Original Minutes of Annie Lou Bond Dodd.
9/4/1966, Mrs. Ancie Bell Patrick of Handsboro, the Historian for the 16th Annual Bond Reunion at Bond Memorial Park.
9/3/1967, Ancie Bell Patrick, the Historian for the 17th Annual Bond Reunion conducted the Youth Singing ceremony.
11/16/1967, Peggy died while living on Pass Road, Hansboro, MS. Buried in Old Biloxi Cem.
Children: [1 son, 3 daughters]
ii. Viola M Bond, born 1/11/1908 in Benndale, MS.
No.2:(S) 1910 Census.
No.2:(S) 1920 Census.
1928 in Biloxi, Viola married Matthew Franklin Pierocich; born 9/11/1905, aka “Uncle Slim”.
4/23/1930, (S) 1930 Census, MS, HarrCo, Biloxi, WD1, BT1. Living on Cedar St. They rent a home for $9 a month. Matthew is a fisherman for a seafood factory. His parents were born in Yugoslavia.
1935, Matthew and Viola live in Biloxi, MS. (S) 1940 Census.
1939, “Pierocich Matt F (Viola) 1 (Slim’s Café) h 2310 15th” (S) Gulfport City Dir.
1939, Viola works as an agent for a freight motor line, reporting earnings of $1500 in the year. (S) 1940 Census.
4/19/1940, Matthew Pierocich, Viola, and daughter Elvira, age 10, live at 2117 18th avenue in Gulfport, MS. Viola’s sister Ancie and her family live with them. Matthew attended a year of high school. Viola attended 3 years of high school. Daughter Elvira has completed 3 years of school. They own their home worth $2000. Matthew is a ‘concrete foreman’ in road construction [reporting no earnings at the job in 1939.]
Slim served in the LA Coast Guard Res in WWII. (S) Gravestone.
8/31/1945, they lived at 2117 18th Ave., Gulfport, MS.
2/28/1954, They live at 2113 22nd Ave., Gulfport, MS; and own the Palms Farm in Orange Grove [Where their daughter’s wedding took place]. (S) Daughter Elmyra Antonia Pierocich (Pal) wedding announcement.
6/21/1956, Matthew died, buried next to Viola.
6/9/1959, Viola 2nd married Frank Waldron. (S) HarrCo. MB114, P494.
12/31/1994 Viola died in the Driftwood Nursing Home in Gulfport, HarrCo, MS, where she had lived for 17 years; buried in the Evergreen Memorial Cem. in Gulfport. (S) Gravestone.
Children: [1 daughter, 1 son]
iii. Annie Lou Bond, born 9/21/1910 in Benndale, MS.
No.2:(S) 1910 Census.
No.2:(S) 1920 Census.
No.2:(S) 1930 Census.
Annie did some of her nursing training in the leper colony in Carville, LA.
4/1/1935, Annie was living in Mobile, AL. (S) 1940 Census.
1939, Annie earned $1200. (S) 1940 Census.
~1939, Annie married Hubert Martin Dodd, then divorced him soon after.
4/7/1940, “Annie Lou Dodd” is the head of the household living at 129 North Lamar St., Oxford, Lafayette Co., MS. She has a border named Mary Utley, age 49. She rents her home for $20 a month. Annie is a public health nurse for the county. [The records indicates “M” for married, but then it is crossed out and a “D” for divorced is written over it.] (S) 1940 Census.
4/9/1940, Hubert M Dodd, age 23, son of housekeeper Lillian B Dodd [widow, born 1890 in MS, who is a nurse], lives with his mother in the home of Belle W Nielson at 911 South Lamar St., Oxford, Lafayette Co., MS. Hubert, single, completed 11th grade. Hubert is not employed, and had no income in 1939. (S) 1940 Census.
4/28/1956, Annie married Hubert Martin Dodd; born 4/2/1917; ceremony performed by JOP Marion P Cox. (S) HarrCo. MB105, P77.
1973, they lived at 3401 34th Ave., Gulfport, MS 39501.
8/31/1980, Annie Lou Dodd the Vice-President for the 30th Annual Bond Reunion at Bond Memorial Park; lived at 3401 34th Ave., Gulfport, MS, 39501.
9/6/1981, Annie Lou Dodd the Vice-President for the 31st Annual Bond Reunion at Bond Memorial Park.
1982, Mrs. Annie Lou Dodd, lived at Route #6, Nor. Vil. Apt. 4-D, Gulfport, MS, 39503, and was a member of the MS Public Health Retirees Association.
9/5/1982, Annie Lou Dodd the President for the 32nd Annual Bond Reunion.
9/6/1983, Mrs. Annie Lou Dodd, President of the Bond Family Association, lived at Route #6, North Village Apt. #4, Gulfport, MS, 39503.
1/23/1984, Annie L. Dodd received mail at 192 La. Rosa Rd., Long Beach, MS, 39560.
3/18/1990 Annie died. Buried in Old Biloxi Cem. in the Bond family plot.
Children: [1 son, 1 daughter]
iv. David Roland Bond Sr (8),  born 4/27/1912 in Benndale, MS. “Roland”
Children: [3 sons – including the researcher]
v. Louis Lee Bond, born 3/19/1914 in Benndale, MS. Aka “Bill”.
(S) Birth Certificate.
No.2:(S) 1920 Census.
No.2:(S) 1930 Census.
1936, Louis lives with his parents. (S) 1936 Biloxi City Dir.
1939, “Bond Louis Lee slsmn Dr Pepper Btlg Co res Biloxi Av” (S) Gulfport City Dir. Louis Lee earned $780 as a truck driver for a bottling company. (S) 1940 Census.
1940, Louis Lee lives with his parents. (S) 1940 Census
9/23/1940 in HarrCo, Bill married Marion Anita Turnbough; d/o Holton, born 9/12/1920 in Lincoln Co., MS. (S) MB51, P337.
5/1941, they are living at 600 Porter Ave w/Lamar. (S) May 1941 Biloxi, MS Telephone Dir.
12/5/1944, Louis L signed for the funeral expenses for his mother. (S) Bradford–O’Keef FB31, P131.
3/13/1945, “Louis” received his Merchant Seaman Certificate of Identification. His address was 600 Porter Ave., Biloxi, MS. (S).
1949, “Bond Louis L (Marion T) 3 h 600 Porter” (S) Biloxi City Dir.
1949, “Bond Marion T (Mrs L L) (Wonder Bar) r 600 Porter” (S) Biloxi City Dir.
1954, they moved to Pascagoula.
1957, Louis, a fisherman, and Marion live at 1317 13th St. (S) 1957 Pascagoula City Dir.
1959, Louis L, a commercial fisherman, and Marion, working at Riveside Café, live at 1317 13th St. (S) 1959 Pascagoula City Dir.
9/22/1959, Tuesday, Bill died in Pascagoula, MS. Buried in Old Biloxi Cem. in the Bond family plot, 7th addition. He was a Baptist. He was a restaurant operator. (S) Bradford–O’Keef FB42, P167.
1960, Marion, widow of Louis L, works at the Show Boat Café and lives at 1317 13th St. (S) 1957 Pascagoula City Dir.
Marion married 2nd Joseph P Butler.
2/13/1997, Marion died in Escatawpa, JaxCo., MS; buried in Machpelah Cem. (S) SSDI.
Children: [3 girls, 2 sons]
No.2:(S) 1920 Census.
No.2:(S) 1930 Census.
1936, Louis lives with his parents. (S) 1936 Biloxi City Dir.
1939, Lamar earned $470 as a truck driver for a bottling company. (S) 1940 Census.
1940, Lamar lives with his parents. (S) 1940 Census
5/1941, Lamar lives at 600 Porter Ave w/Bill. (S) May 1941 Biloxi, MS Telephone Dir.
10/11/1945 in HarrCo, Lamar married Yvonne May Munster; born 11/6/1919 in New Orleans, LA. (S) MB69, P500.
1949, “Bond Lamar D (Yvonne) 1 (Cottage Grill) h 1227 Belvedere” (S) Biloxi City Dir.
12/15/1988, Lamar died in Biloxi, MS. Buried in Old Biloxi Cem. near “Bond” family plot.
11/21/1992, Yvonne attended Trula Cox Bond’s funeral. (S) Funeral Regt. Book.
3/27/2002, Yvonne died in Biloxi, MS. Buried in Biloxi City Cem. with Lamar.
Children: [3 sons]