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37101 __________________________________

BECKONHALL@aol.com
Becky Fleming
Northern Virginia
Monday, April 28, 2003 11:58 PM

David -
Would like to thank you for such a wonderful site! I have been searching for months for Mary Mathews family. Mary married James Tolbert. My birth dates are slightly different from yours, but I took mine from the Surry County, N.C. census. (See below) Hope to see more about James! Will let you know what I find! Have you heard anything about the Mathews being Cherokee?

Kind regards,
Becky Fleming
Northern Virginia


First Generation
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1. James M. Tolbert (Talbert). Born in 1829. James M. died on 12 Apr 1914, he was 85.

On 18 Feb 1851 when James M. was 22, he first married Mary Polly Mathews, daughter of William Mathews & Blanche McMillan, in Surry County, N.C. - Bondsman John Huchens. Born in 1836. Mary Polly died in Jul 1910, she was 74.

They had the following children:
i. Susan. Born in 1852 in North Carolina.

ii. Symira (Symara) Jane. Born ca 1853 in North Carolina.

iii. Mary Miralda. Born on 28 Apr 1855 in North Carolina. Mary Miralda died on 24 Mar 1947, she was 91.

2 iv. Elizabeth "Betty" (1856-1942)
v. William M.. Born in 1859 in North Carolina.

vi. John Boyden W.. Born in 1861.

vii. Columbus F.. Born in 1861.

3 viii. Laura Ann Frances (1864-1949)

Other: Nancy Fountain Jarrell, daughter of Fountain Jarrell & Fanny (Francis) Jarrell. Born on 26 Sep 1825. Nancy Fountain died ca 1879, she was 53.

They had one child:
4 i. Julia Fannie (Illegitimate) (1848-)



Second Generation
----------------------------------------

2. Elizabeth "Betty" Tolbert. Born on 5 Nov 1856 in North Carolina. Elizabeth "Betty" died in Zion Hill Primitive Baptist Church, Mount Airy, N.C. on 22 Apr 1942, she was 85.

On 26 Jun 1885 when Elizabeth "Betty" was 28, she married John Samuel Amburn, son of Jason Amburn & Sarah George. Born on 29 Aug 1849 in Wythe County, Virginia. John Samuel died in Surry County, N.C. on 3 May 1920, he was 70.

They had the following children:
i. Susan Litisha (Adopted) (1882-1961)
ii. John William (1867-)
iii. Samuel Columbus "Lummie" (1889-)
iv. Lucy J. (1892-)
v. George W. (1894-1965)
vi. Preston Joseph (1896-)
vii. Andrew Lafayette (1898-)

3. Laura Ann Frances Tolbert. Born on 25 Apr 1864 in Surry County, N.C. Laura Ann Frances died in Forsyth County; Buried at Crooked Oak (no marker) on 22 Mar 1949, she was 84.

According to the 1910 Surry County Census, Laura had 15 children with 11 living in 1910. Laura's parents were from Pilot Mountain, N.C. It is believed that Laura was pregnant with Walter when she married Fountain but Walter was not the son of Fountain. It is believed that his father was a Mr. Martin. Family members say that Laura had three children by Mr. Martin. She had a son Sid Tolbert when she married Fountain. And her daughter Meda (or Media) that married a Linville is believed to also be the daughter of Mr. Martin.
After Fountain died and Laura was not able to care for herself, she was taken to Ben & Susie Jarrell' s home. They were not really able to care for her. Laura wanted to live with her granddaughter that she raised, Marie Jarrell Cockerham. Laura had raised Marie and Mary, the illegitimate children of Laura's daughter Dazzie Jarrell Skinner. Inez Bobbitt, another granddaughter looked after her for a while. Eventually she was taken to her son Walter's house. There she fell off the bed and broke her hip and after that they put her in a rest home. Laura was not good to Marie's sister Mary like she was to Marie. Family members were told by Laura many times that "she loved every bone in Marie's body" (Per Inez Bobbitt 2/23/96)

On 18 May 1890 when Laura Ann Frances was 26, she first married E. Lafayette Fountain Jarrell, son of Ellis Franklin Jarrell & Nancy Senter. Born on 18 Jan 1867 in Surry County, N.C. E. Lafayette Fountain died in Stokes County , N.C. Buried at Crooked Oak (no marker) on 12 Jan 1947, he was 79.

They had the following children:
i. Maggie Lourane (1892-1970)
ii. Dazzie Dean (1893-1976)
iii. Lula Bell (1894-1900)
iv. Dama Martha (Bessie) (1896-1979)
v. Susan Bertha (1899-1984)
vi. Phoebe Ellen (1900-)
vii. "Columbus" Howard Columbia (1902-1932)
viii. Ellis Parker (1904-1979)
ix. Raymond "Sampson" Lafayette (1908-1958)
x. Wanda

She second did not marry Unknown.

They had the following children:
i. Sid
ii. Meda (Media)
iii. James Walter (1890-1969)

4. Julia Fannie Jarrell - Tolbert. Born in 1848.

The 1850 Surry Census shows the the Fountain Gerald household are Frances 51, Peachy W. 27, Mariah 26, Ann E. 22, Will R. 17, Albert H. 16, Ellis 14, Rufus A. 11, Robert W. 10, Julia F. 1 1/2. It is believed that Julia is not the daughter of Fountain & Fannie, but their granddaughter.
A fellow Tolbert researcher states that Julia F. is the illegimate daughter of Nancy Fountain Jarrell. The father was a Tolbert. You will note that the mother of Susan Amburn (wife of Richard Walter Jarrell) is a Julia Tolbert born ca. 1850. Could this be the same Julia F. that was in the Fountain/Fannies household in 1850?

On 14 Mar 1870 when Julia Fannie was 22, she married John Samuel Amburn, son of Jason Amburn & Sarah George, in Surry County, N.C. Born on 29 Aug 1849 in Wythe County, Virginia. John Samuel Amburn later married Elizabeth "Betty" Tolbert. He died in Surry County, N.C. on 3 May 1920, he was 70.

They had the following children:
i. Jesse Martin (1870-)
ii. Susan Jenette (1872-1961)
iii. Sallie Litisha "Lettie" (1874-)
iv. James J. (ca1877-)
v. Mary M. (1879-) 
JARRELL, Raymond Lafayette (Sampson) (I40163)
 
37102 __________________________________

BECKONHALL@aol.com
Becky Fleming
Northern Virginia
Monday, April 28, 2003 11:58 PM

David -
Would like to thank you for such a wonderful site! I have been searching for months for Mary Mathews family. Mary married James Tolbert. My birth dates are slightly different from yours, but I took mine from the Surry County, N.C. census. (See below) Hope to see more about James! Will let you know what I find! Have you heard anything about the Mathews being Cherokee?

Kind regards,
Becky Fleming
Northern Virginia


First Generation
----------------------------------------

1. James M. Tolbert (Talbert). Born in 1829. James M. died on 12 Apr 1914, he was 85.

On 18 Feb 1851 when James M. was 22, he first married Mary Polly Mathews, daughter of William Mathews & Blanche McMillan, in Surry County, N.C. - Bondsman John Huchens. Born in 1836. Mary Polly died in Jul 1910, she was 74.

They had the following children:
i. Susan. Born in 1852 in North Carolina.

ii. Symira (Symara) Jane. Born ca 1853 in North Carolina.

iii. Mary Miralda. Born on 28 Apr 1855 in North Carolina. Mary Miralda died on 24 Mar 1947, she was 91.

2 iv. Elizabeth "Betty" (1856-1942)
v. William M.. Born in 1859 in North Carolina.

vi. John Boyden W.. Born in 1861.

vii. Columbus F.. Born in 1861.

3 viii. Laura Ann Frances (1864-1949)

Other: Nancy Fountain Jarrell, daughter of Fountain Jarrell & Fanny (Francis) Jarrell. Born on 26 Sep 1825. Nancy Fountain died ca 1879, she was 53.

They had one child:
4 i. Julia Fannie (Illegitimate) (1848-)



Second Generation
----------------------------------------

2. Elizabeth "Betty" Tolbert. Born on 5 Nov 1856 in North Carolina. Elizabeth "Betty" died in Zion Hill Primitive Baptist Church, Mount Airy, N.C. on 22 Apr 1942, she was 85.

On 26 Jun 1885 when Elizabeth "Betty" was 28, she married John Samuel Amburn, son of Jason Amburn & Sarah George. Born on 29 Aug 1849 in Wythe County, Virginia. John Samuel died in Surry County, N.C. on 3 May 1920, he was 70.

They had the following children:
i. Susan Litisha (Adopted) (1882-1961)
ii. John William (1867-)
iii. Samuel Columbus "Lummie" (1889-)
iv. Lucy J. (1892-)
v. George W. (1894-1965)
vi. Preston Joseph (1896-)
vii. Andrew Lafayette (1898-)

3. Laura Ann Frances Tolbert. Born on 25 Apr 1864 in Surry County, N.C. Laura Ann Frances died in Forsyth County; Buried at Crooked Oak (no marker) on 22 Mar 1949, she was 84.

According to the 1910 Surry County Census, Laura had 15 children with 11 living in 1910. Laura's parents were from Pilot Mountain, N.C. It is believed that Laura was pregnant with Walter when she married Fountain but Walter was not the son of Fountain. It is believed that his father was a Mr. Martin. Family members say that Laura had three children by Mr. Martin. She had a son Sid Tolbert when she married Fountain. And her daughter Meda (or Media) that married a Linville is believed to also be the daughter of Mr. Martin.
After Fountain died and Laura was not able to care for herself, she was taken to Ben & Susie Jarrell' s home. They were not really able to care for her. Laura wanted to live with her granddaughter that she raised, Marie Jarrell Cockerham. Laura had raised Marie and Mary, the illegitimate children of Laura's daughter Dazzie Jarrell Skinner. Inez Bobbitt, another granddaughter looked after her for a while. Eventually she was taken to her son Walter's house. There she fell off the bed and broke her hip and after that they put her in a rest home. Laura was not good to Marie's sister Mary like she was to Marie. Family members were told by Laura many times that "she loved every bone in Marie's body" (Per Inez Bobbitt 2/23/96)

On 18 May 1890 when Laura Ann Frances was 26, she first married E. Lafayette Fountain Jarrell, son of Ellis Franklin Jarrell & Nancy Senter. Born on 18 Jan 1867 in Surry County, N.C. E. Lafayette Fountain died in Stokes County , N.C. Buried at Crooked Oak (no marker) on 12 Jan 1947, he was 79.

They had the following children:
i. Maggie Lourane (1892-1970)
ii. Dazzie Dean (1893-1976)
iii. Lula Bell (1894-1900)
iv. Dama Martha (Bessie) (1896-1979)
v. Susan Bertha (1899-1984)
vi. Phoebe Ellen (1900-)
vii. "Columbus" Howard Columbia (1902-1932)
viii. Ellis Parker (1904-1979)
ix. Raymond "Sampson" Lafayette (1908-1958)
x. Wanda

She second did not marry Unknown.

They had the following children:
i. Sid
ii. Meda (Media)
iii. James Walter (1890-1969)

4. Julia Fannie Jarrell - Tolbert. Born in 1848.

The 1850 Surry Census shows the the Fountain Gerald household are Frances 51, Peachy W. 27, Mariah 26, Ann E. 22, Will R. 17, Albert H. 16, Ellis 14, Rufus A. 11, Robert W. 10, Julia F. 1 1/2. It is believed that Julia is not the daughter of Fountain & Fannie, but their granddaughter.
A fellow Tolbert researcher states that Julia F. is the illegimate daughter of Nancy Fountain Jarrell. The father was a Tolbert. You will note that the mother of Susan Amburn (wife of Richard Walter Jarrell) is a Julia Tolbert born ca. 1850. Could this be the same Julia F. that was in the Fountain/Fannies household in 1850?

On 14 Mar 1870 when Julia Fannie was 22, she married John Samuel Amburn, son of Jason Amburn & Sarah George, in Surry County, N.C. Born on 29 Aug 1849 in Wythe County, Virginia. John Samuel Amburn later married Elizabeth "Betty" Tolbert. He died in Surry County, N.C. on 3 May 1920, he was 70.

They had the following children:
i. Jesse Martin (1870-)
ii. Susan Jenette (1872-1961)
iii. Sallie Litisha "Lettie" (1874-)
iv. James J. (ca1877-)
v. Mary M. (1879-) 
AMBURN, Mary M. (I40171)
 
37103 ___________________________________
From: judysm@charter.net (Judy Marshall)
Date: Friday, May 07, 2004 2:28 PM


v. Arthur Vance MARSHALL was born on 22 Aug 1910. He was buried in Aug 1997. He married Gladys Fisher Marshall…lived in various places but eventually settled in Charlotte, NC and is buried there. His date of death: August 15,1997 He had Alzheimers. He and his wife, Gladys Adeline Fisher Marshall, daughter of George and Minnie Bell Fisher, had three children: Peggy Joyce Marshall who married William (Bill) Moran (now deceased) and had four children: William, Suzanne, Patty Lynn and Michele. They all reside in California. Later Peggy divorced Bill and married Edar Alseth, also from California. The had no children.
The second child is Arthur Vance Marshall, jr. He married Shirley Ann Thornburg. They had no children. Shirley is deceased. He has not remarried.
The third child is Kenneth Wayne Marshall. Wayne married Judy Carolyn Smith, second daughter of Lewis Patrick and Novilla Crocker Smith on August 12, 1962. Wayne and Judy had one child, a son, Kenneth Wayne Marshall, jr. on June 17, 1969. We call him Kenny. Kenny married Carisa Lynette Calvert on June 11, 1994. They have two children, Savannah Adair Marshall born March 13, 1996 in Asheville, North Carolina and Logan Alexander Marshall born on October 26, 2000 
SMITH, Lewis Patrick (I40977)
 
37104 ___________________________________
From: judysm@charter.net (Judy Marshall)
Date: Friday, May 07, 2004 2:28 PM


v. Arthur Vance MARSHALL was born on 22 Aug 1910. He was buried in Aug 1997. He married Gladys Fisher Marshall…lived in various places but eventually settled in Charlotte, NC and is buried there. His date of death: August 15,1997 He had Alzheimers. He and his wife, Gladys Adeline Fisher Marshall, daughter of George and Minnie Bell Fisher, had three children: Peggy Joyce Marshall who married William (Bill) Moran (now deceased) and had four children: William, Suzanne, Patty Lynn and Michele. They all reside in California. Later Peggy divorced Bill and married Edar Alseth, also from California. The had no children.
The second child is Arthur Vance Marshall, jr. He married Shirley Ann Thornburg. They had no children. Shirley is deceased. He has not remarried.
The third child is Kenneth Wayne Marshall. Wayne married Judy Carolyn Smith, second daughter of Lewis Patrick and Novilla Crocker Smith on August 12, 1962. Wayne and Judy had one child, a son, Kenneth Wayne Marshall, jr. on June 17, 1969. We call him Kenny. Kenny married Carisa Lynette Calvert on June 11, 1994. They have two children, Savannah Adair Marshall born March 13, 1996 in Asheville, North Carolina and Logan Alexander Marshall born on October 26, 2000 
CROCKER, Novilla (I40978)
 
37105 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARION, James A. (I7492)
 
37106 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BLANFORD, Jason Christopher (I41574)
 
37107 ______________________________________
-----Original Message----- From: Dale Blanford [mailto:frogprince@bardstown.com] Sent: Monday, August 28, 2006 7:48 AM To: David Marshall Subject: Re: Marshall Genealogy
Good morning David

Joe Jones gave me your e-mail and other info and I've been meaning to contact you. I'm hoping you might have some info on my grandmother, Ella May Griffith Marshall. Can't seem to find anything about her.
Here's the info update on my part of the family.

Dad's name was Melvin Earl, not Earl Melvin. My name is Cheryl Dale, not Sissie. Sis is a family nickname. As I told Joe, Sis is family, Dale is friends and my husband's family and Cheryl is police, lawyers and people wanting money. Ha
I have 2 children, Jason Christopher Blanford and Matthew Neil Blanford. Oh, my husbands' name is Joseph Neil Blanford. My brother's name is Ronald Earl Marshall and he has 2 children, Liz and Sara. He was married to Charlotte Yates Marshall but they divorced years ago. I'm also sending you Cindy Anderson's e-mail address. She's George Marshall's daughter. I don't think all the info is correct on George because he was married twice. Her address is cindy2@cbtri.com .

Thanks for doing all the family stuff. We moved around like gypsies and I really never got to know Dad's side of the family. I've been on your web site and it's really interesting.

Have a good one
Sis 
BLANFORD, Matthew Neil (I41575)
 
37108 ______________________________________
-----Original Message----- From: Dale Blanford [mailto:frogprince@bardstown.com] Sent: Monday, August 28, 2006 7:48 AM To: David Marshall Subject: Re: Marshall Genealogy
Good morning David

Joe Jones gave me your e-mail and other info and I've been meaning to contact you. I'm hoping you might have some info on my grandmother, Ella May Griffith Marshall. Can't seem to find anything about her.
Here's the info update on my part of the family.

Dad's name was Melvin Earl, not Earl Melvin. My name is Cheryl Dale, not Sissie. Sis is a family nickname. As I told Joe, Sis is family, Dale is friends and my husband's family and Cheryl is police, lawyers and people wanting money. Ha
I have 2 children, Jason Christopher Blanford and Matthew Neil Blanford. Oh, my husbands' name is Joseph Neil Blanford. My brother's name is Ronald Earl Marshall and he has 2 children, Liz and Sara. He was married to Charlotte Yates Marshall but they divorced years ago. I'm also sending you Cindy Anderson's e-mail address. She's George Marshall's daughter. I don't think all the info is correct on George because he was married twice. Her address is cindy2@cbtri.com .

Thanks for doing all the family stuff. We moved around like gypsies and I really never got to know Dad's side of the family. I've been on your web site and it's really interesting.

Have a good one
Sis 
YATES, Charlotte (I41576)
 
37109 ______________________________________
-----Original Message----- From: Dale Blanford [mailto:frogprince@bardstown.com] Sent: Monday, August 28, 2006 7:48 AM To: David Marshall Subject: Re: Marshall Genealogy
Good morning David

Joe Jones gave me your e-mail and other info and I've been meaning to contact you. I'm hoping you might have some info on my grandmother, Ella May Griffith Marshall. Can't seem to find anything about her.
Here's the info update on my part of the family.

Dad's name was Melvin Earl, not Earl Melvin. My name is Cheryl Dale, not Sissie. Sis is a family nickname. As I told Joe, Sis is family, Dale is friends and my husband's family and Cheryl is police, lawyers and people wanting money. Ha
I have 2 children, Jason Christopher Blanford and Matthew Neil Blanford. Oh, my husbands' name is Joseph Neil Blanford. My brother's name is Ronald Earl Marshall and he has 2 children, Liz and Sara. He was married to Charlotte Yates Marshall but they divorced years ago. I'm also sending you Cindy Anderson's e-mail address. She's George Marshall's daughter. I don't think all the info is correct on George because he was married twice. Her address is cindy2@cbtri.com .

Thanks for doing all the family stuff. We moved around like gypsies and I really never got to know Dad's side of the family. I've been on your web site and it's really interesting.

Have a good one
Sis 
MARSHALL, Liz (I41577)
 
37110 ______________________________________
-----Original Message----- From: Dale Blanford [mailto:frogprince@bardstown.com] Sent: Monday, August 28, 2006 7:48 AM To: David Marshall Subject: Re: Marshall Genealogy
Good morning David

Joe Jones gave me your e-mail and other info and I've been meaning to contact you. I'm hoping you might have some info on my grandmother, Ella May Griffith Marshall. Can't seem to find anything about her.
Here's the info update on my part of the family.

Dad's name was Melvin Earl, not Earl Melvin. My name is Cheryl Dale, not Sissie. Sis is a family nickname. As I told Joe, Sis is family, Dale is friends and my husband's family and Cheryl is police, lawyers and people wanting money. Ha
I have 2 children, Jason Christopher Blanford and Matthew Neil Blanford. Oh, my husbands' name is Joseph Neil Blanford. My brother's name is Ronald Earl Marshall and he has 2 children, Liz and Sara. He was married to Charlotte Yates Marshall but they divorced years ago. I'm also sending you Cindy Anderson's e-mail address. She's George Marshall's daughter. I don't think all the info is correct on George because he was married twice. Her address is cindy2@cbtri.com .

Thanks for doing all the family stuff. We moved around like gypsies and I really never got to know Dad's side of the family. I've been on your web site and it's really interesting.

Have a good one
Sis 
MARSHALL, Sara (I41578)
 
37111 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BLANFORD, Joseph Neil (I41573)
 
37112 ________________________________________
From: timjlz@aol.com [mailto:timjlz@aol.com]
Sent: Saturday, June 19, 2010 10:24 AM
To: dmarshall3@sc.rr.com
Subject: Re: deceased

Derek Alan Neal is first son to David (Ellzey) Neal. Derek is deceased.

Keith Edward Neal is second son to David (Ellzey) Neal.
Rebecca is Mrs. Keith Neal.

Daivid Neal was adopted by Fletcher Ellzey, Becomeing David Ellzey, at or about the time he married Barbara Jean Linebaugh. David was son to Barbara's first marriage. Daivid performed a name change some time in late 70's back to Neal, after comming into contact with Mr. Neal, his biological father.

-----Original Message-----
From: David Marshall
To: timjlz@aol.com
Sent: Sat, Jun 19, 2010 8:31 am
Subject: RE: deceased
Timothy,

There are two names below that I can?t figure out how they fit in the family.

Derek Alan Neal
Edward Neal (Rebecca)

I am also not sure who Rebecca is. Can you help me out there?


David
 
LINEBAUGH, Barbara Jean (I42344)
 
37113 _________________________________________
From: "Nena Smothers"
Subject: Will of Jesse Hill, 1820 SC
Date: Friday, November 16, 2001 4:45 AM


..... 3 Joel HILL b: in Caroline Co., Va d: January 07, 1843 in
Jackson Co., AR
........ +Anna WATSON m: October 16, 1791
..... 3 John H. HILL
..... 3 William HILL, Jr. b: 1737 d: September 29, 1792 in
Rockingham Co, NC
........ +Elizabeth HALBERT m: January 1758
..... 3 Thomas Smither HILL b 1739 Caroline Co Va d 1825 Surry Co, NC
........ +Susannah MOSELY
..... 3 Elizabeth HILL b: Sept 18 1747 d Nov 6 1836
Belton, Anderson Co, SC
........ +William Anson ( Sr.) HALBERT m: 1765
..... 3 Robert HILL Capt b Feb 1752 d Aug 2 1834 Stokes Co NC
........ +Martha HALBERT m: September 1769
..... 3 Uel (Ewell) HILL Major b 1755 Caroline Co Va d Oct 17 1832
Abbeville, SC (Abbeyville, Anderson Co, NC)
..... 3 Dan HILL b: October 16, 1756 d: May 28, 1826
........ +Martha (Patsy) HICKMAN m: October 16, 1779
..... 3 James HILL b: Bet. 1759 - 1761 Caroline Co Va d SC probably
Abbeville
........ +MARY
..... 3 Joshua HILL b: May 26, 1763 in VA
........ +Nancy Wyatt COLLIER b Jan 3 1765 Lunenburg VA.
m: December 08, 1789
.......... 4 Sarah Blackwell HILL b: Abt. 1797
.......... 4 Susan Smither HILL b: Abt. 1799

.. 2 - 8 more children not entered are in the information on the Hills. 
HILL, Thomas Smithers (I369)
 
37114 _________________________________________
From: "Nena Smothers"
Subject: Will of Jesse Hill, 1820 SC
Date: Friday, November 16, 2001 4:45 AM


..... 3 Joel HILL b: in Caroline Co., Va d: January 07, 1843 in
Jackson Co., AR
........ +Anna WATSON m: October 16, 1791
..... 3 John H. HILL
..... 3 William HILL, Jr. b: 1737 d: September 29, 1792 in
Rockingham Co, NC
........ +Elizabeth HALBERT m: January 1758
..... 3 Thomas Smither HILL b 1739 Caroline Co Va d 1825 Surry Co, NC
........ +Susannah MOSELY
..... 3 Elizabeth HILL b: Sept 18 1747 d Nov 6 1836
Belton, Anderson Co, SC
........ +William Anson ( Sr.) HALBERT m: 1765
..... 3 Robert HILL Capt b Feb 1752 d Aug 2 1834 Stokes Co NC
........ +Martha HALBERT m: September 1769
..... 3 Uel (Ewell) HILL Major b 1755 Caroline Co Va d Oct 17 1832
Abbeville, SC (Abbeyville, Anderson Co, NC)
..... 3 Dan HILL b: October 16, 1756 d: May 28, 1826
........ +Martha (Patsy) HICKMAN m: October 16, 1779
..... 3 James HILL b: Bet. 1759 - 1761 Caroline Co Va d SC probably
Abbeville
........ +MARY
..... 3 Joshua HILL b: May 26, 1763 in VA
........ +Nancy Wyatt COLLIER b Jan 3 1765 Lunenburg VA.
m: December 08, 1789
.......... 4 Sarah Blackwell HILL b: Abt. 1797
.......... 4 Susan Smither HILL b: Abt. 1799

.. 2 - 8 more children not entered are in the information on the Hills. 
HILL, Dan (I371)
 
37115 _________________________________________
From: "Nena Smothers"
Subject: Will of Jesse Hill, 1820 SC
Date: Friday, November 16, 2001 4:45 AM


..... 3 Joel HILL b: in Caroline Co., Va d: January 07, 1843 in
Jackson Co., AR
........ +Anna WATSON m: October 16, 1791
..... 3 John H. HILL
..... 3 William HILL, Jr. b: 1737 d: September 29, 1792 in
Rockingham Co, NC
........ +Elizabeth HALBERT m: January 1758
..... 3 Thomas Smither HILL b 1739 Caroline Co Va d 1825 Surry Co, NC
........ +Susannah MOSELY
..... 3 Elizabeth HILL b: Sept 18 1747 d Nov 6 1836
Belton, Anderson Co, SC
........ +William Anson ( Sr.) HALBERT m: 1765
..... 3 Robert HILL Capt b Feb 1752 d Aug 2 1834 Stokes Co NC
........ +Martha HALBERT m: September 1769
..... 3 Uel (Ewell) HILL Major b 1755 Caroline Co Va d Oct 17 1832
Abbeville, SC (Abbeyville, Anderson Co, NC)
..... 3 Dan HILL b: October 16, 1756 d: May 28, 1826
........ +Martha (Patsy) HICKMAN m: October 16, 1779
..... 3 James HILL b: Bet. 1759 - 1761 Caroline Co Va d SC probably
Abbeville
........ +MARY
..... 3 Joshua HILL b: May 26, 1763 in VA
........ +Nancy Wyatt COLLIER b Jan 3 1765 Lunenburg VA.
m: December 08, 1789
.......... 4 Sarah Blackwell HILL b: Abt. 1797
.......... 4 Susan Smither HILL b: Abt. 1799

.. 2 - 8 more children not entered are in the information on the Hills. 
HILL, James (I373)
 
37116 _________________________________________
From: "Nena Smothers"
Subject: Will of Jesse Hill, 1820 SC
Date: Friday, November 16, 2001 4:45 AM


..... 3 Joel HILL b: in Caroline Co., Va d: January 07, 1843 in
Jackson Co., AR
........ +Anna WATSON m: October 16, 1791
..... 3 John H. HILL
..... 3 William HILL, Jr. b: 1737 d: September 29, 1792 in
Rockingham Co, NC
........ +Elizabeth HALBERT m: January 1758
..... 3 Thomas Smither HILL b 1739 Caroline Co Va d 1825 Surry Co, NC
........ +Susannah MOSELY
..... 3 Elizabeth HILL b: Sept 18 1747 d Nov 6 1836
Belton, Anderson Co, SC
........ +William Anson ( Sr.) HALBERT m: 1765
..... 3 Robert HILL Capt b Feb 1752 d Aug 2 1834 Stokes Co NC
........ +Martha HALBERT m: September 1769
..... 3 Uel (Ewell) HILL Major b 1755 Caroline Co Va d Oct 17 1832
Abbeville, SC (Abbeyville, Anderson Co, NC)
..... 3 Dan HILL b: October 16, 1756 d: May 28, 1826
........ +Martha (Patsy) HICKMAN m: October 16, 1779
..... 3 James HILL b: Bet. 1759 - 1761 Caroline Co Va d SC probably
Abbeville
........ +MARY
..... 3 Joshua HILL b: May 26, 1763 in VA
........ +Nancy Wyatt COLLIER b Jan 3 1765 Lunenburg VA.
m: December 08, 1789
.......... 4 Sarah Blackwell HILL b: Abt. 1797
.......... 4 Susan Smither HILL b: Abt. 1799

.. 2 - 8 more children not entered are in the information on the Hills. 
HILL, Joshua (I374)
 
37117 _________________________________________
From: "Nena Smothers"
Subject: Will of Jesse Hill, 1820 SC
Date: Friday, November 16, 2001 4:45 AM


..... 3 Joel HILL b: in Caroline Co., Va d: January 07, 1843 in
Jackson Co., AR
........ +Anna WATSON m: October 16, 1791
..... 3 John H. HILL
..... 3 William HILL, Jr. b: 1737 d: September 29, 1792 in
Rockingham Co, NC
........ +Elizabeth HALBERT m: January 1758
..... 3 Thomas Smither HILL b 1739 Caroline Co Va d 1825 Surry Co, NC
........ +Susannah MOSELY
..... 3 Elizabeth HILL b: Sept 18 1747 d Nov 6 1836
Belton, Anderson Co, SC
........ +William Anson ( Sr.) HALBERT m: 1765
..... 3 Robert HILL Capt b Feb 1752 d Aug 2 1834 Stokes Co NC
........ +Martha HALBERT m: September 1769
..... 3 Uel (Ewell) HILL Major b 1755 Caroline Co Va d Oct 17 1832
Abbeville, SC (Abbeyville, Anderson Co, NC)
..... 3 Dan HILL b: October 16, 1756 d: May 28, 1826
........ +Martha (Patsy) HICKMAN m: October 16, 1779
..... 3 James HILL b: Bet. 1759 - 1761 Caroline Co Va d SC probably
Abbeville
........ +MARY
..... 3 Joshua HILL b: May 26, 1763 in VA
........ +Nancy Wyatt COLLIER b Jan 3 1765 Lunenburg VA.
m: December 08, 1789
.......... 4 Sarah Blackwell HILL b: Abt. 1797
.......... 4 Susan Smither HILL b: Abt. 1799

.. 2 - 8 more children not entered are in the information on the Hills. 
MOSELY, Susannah (I38868)
 
37118 _________________________________________
From: "Nena Smothers"
Subject: Will of Jesse Hill, 1820 SC
Date: Friday, November 16, 2001 4:45 AM


..... 3 Joel HILL b: in Caroline Co., Va d: January 07, 1843 in
Jackson Co., AR
........ +Anna WATSON m: October 16, 1791
..... 3 John H. HILL
..... 3 William HILL, Jr. b: 1737 d: September 29, 1792 in
Rockingham Co, NC
........ +Elizabeth HALBERT m: January 1758
..... 3 Thomas Smither HILL b 1739 Caroline Co Va d 1825 Surry Co, NC
........ +Susannah MOSELY
..... 3 Elizabeth HILL b: Sept 18 1747 d Nov 6 1836
Belton, Anderson Co, SC
........ +William Anson ( Sr.) HALBERT m: 1765
..... 3 Robert HILL Capt b Feb 1752 d Aug 2 1834 Stokes Co NC
........ +Martha HALBERT m: September 1769
..... 3 Uel (Ewell) HILL Major b 1755 Caroline Co Va d Oct 17 1832
Abbeville, SC (Abbeyville, Anderson Co, NC)
..... 3 Dan HILL b: October 16, 1756 d: May 28, 1826
........ +Martha (Patsy) HICKMAN m: October 16, 1779
..... 3 James HILL b: Bet. 1759 - 1761 Caroline Co Va d SC probably
Abbeville
........ +MARY
..... 3 Joshua HILL b: May 26, 1763 in VA
........ +Nancy Wyatt COLLIER b Jan 3 1765 Lunenburg VA.
m: December 08, 1789
.......... 4 Sarah Blackwell HILL b: Abt. 1797
.......... 4 Susan Smither HILL b: Abt. 1799

.. 2 - 8 more children not entered are in the information on the Hills. 
HICKMAN, Martha (Patsy) (I38869)
 
37119 _________________________________________
From: "Nena Smothers"
Subject: Will of Jesse Hill, 1820 SC
Date: Friday, November 16, 2001 4:45 AM


..... 3 Joel HILL b: in Caroline Co., Va d: January 07, 1843 in
Jackson Co., AR
........ +Anna WATSON m: October 16, 1791
..... 3 John H. HILL
..... 3 William HILL, Jr. b: 1737 d: September 29, 1792 in
Rockingham Co, NC
........ +Elizabeth HALBERT m: January 1758
..... 3 Thomas Smither HILL b 1739 Caroline Co Va d 1825 Surry Co, NC
........ +Susannah MOSELY
..... 3 Elizabeth HILL b: Sept 18 1747 d Nov 6 1836
Belton, Anderson Co, SC
........ +William Anson ( Sr.) HALBERT m: 1765
..... 3 Robert HILL Capt b Feb 1752 d Aug 2 1834 Stokes Co NC
........ +Martha HALBERT m: September 1769
..... 3 Uel (Ewell) HILL Major b 1755 Caroline Co Va d Oct 17 1832
Abbeville, SC (Abbeyville, Anderson Co, NC)
..... 3 Dan HILL b: October 16, 1756 d: May 28, 1826
........ +Martha (Patsy) HICKMAN m: October 16, 1779
..... 3 James HILL b: Bet. 1759 - 1761 Caroline Co Va d SC probably
Abbeville
........ +MARY
..... 3 Joshua HILL b: May 26, 1763 in VA
........ +Nancy Wyatt COLLIER b Jan 3 1765 Lunenburg VA.
m: December 08, 1789
.......... 4 Sarah Blackwell HILL b: Abt. 1797
.......... 4 Susan Smither HILL b: Abt. 1799

.. 2 - 8 more children not entered are in the information on the Hills. 
Mary (I38870)
 
37120 _________________________________________
From: "Nena Smothers"
Subject: Will of Jesse Hill, 1820 SC
Date: Friday, November 16, 2001 4:45 AM


..... 3 Joel HILL b: in Caroline Co., Va d: January 07, 1843 in
Jackson Co., AR
........ +Anna WATSON m: October 16, 1791
..... 3 John H. HILL
..... 3 William HILL, Jr. b: 1737 d: September 29, 1792 in
Rockingham Co, NC
........ +Elizabeth HALBERT m: January 1758
..... 3 Thomas Smither HILL b 1739 Caroline Co Va d 1825 Surry Co, NC
........ +Susannah MOSELY
..... 3 Elizabeth HILL b: Sept 18 1747 d Nov 6 1836
Belton, Anderson Co, SC
........ +William Anson ( Sr.) HALBERT m: 1765
..... 3 Robert HILL Capt b Feb 1752 d Aug 2 1834 Stokes Co NC
........ +Martha HALBERT m: September 1769
..... 3 Uel (Ewell) HILL Major b 1755 Caroline Co Va d Oct 17 1832
Abbeville, SC (Abbeyville, Anderson Co, NC)
..... 3 Dan HILL b: October 16, 1756 d: May 28, 1826
........ +Martha (Patsy) HICKMAN m: October 16, 1779
..... 3 James HILL b: Bet. 1759 - 1761 Caroline Co Va d SC probably
Abbeville
........ +MARY
..... 3 Joshua HILL b: May 26, 1763 in VA
........ +Nancy Wyatt COLLIER b Jan 3 1765 Lunenburg VA.
m: December 08, 1789
.......... 4 Sarah Blackwell HILL b: Abt. 1797
.......... 4 Susan Smither HILL b: Abt. 1799

.. 2 - 8 more children not entered are in the information on the Hills. 
COLLIER, Nancy Wyatt (I38871)
 
37121 _________________________________________
From: "Nena Smothers"
Subject: Will of Jesse Hill, 1820 SC
Date: Friday, November 16, 2001 4:45 AM


..... 3 Joel HILL b: in Caroline Co., Va d: January 07, 1843 in
Jackson Co., AR
........ +Anna WATSON m: October 16, 1791
..... 3 John H. HILL
..... 3 William HILL, Jr. b: 1737 d: September 29, 1792 in
Rockingham Co, NC
........ +Elizabeth HALBERT m: January 1758
..... 3 Thomas Smither HILL b 1739 Caroline Co Va d 1825 Surry Co, NC
........ +Susannah MOSELY
..... 3 Elizabeth HILL b: Sept 18 1747 d Nov 6 1836
Belton, Anderson Co, SC
........ +William Anson ( Sr.) HALBERT m: 1765
..... 3 Robert HILL Capt b Feb 1752 d Aug 2 1834 Stokes Co NC
........ +Martha HALBERT m: September 1769
..... 3 Uel (Ewell) HILL Major b 1755 Caroline Co Va d Oct 17 1832
Abbeville, SC (Abbeyville, Anderson Co, NC)
..... 3 Dan HILL b: October 16, 1756 d: May 28, 1826
........ +Martha (Patsy) HICKMAN m: October 16, 1779
..... 3 James HILL b: Bet. 1759 - 1761 Caroline Co Va d SC probably
Abbeville
........ +MARY
..... 3 Joshua HILL b: May 26, 1763 in VA
........ +Nancy Wyatt COLLIER b Jan 3 1765 Lunenburg VA.
m: December 08, 1789
.......... 4 Sarah Blackwell HILL b: Abt. 1797
.......... 4 Susan Smither HILL b: Abt. 1799

.. 2 - 8 more children not entered are in the information on the Hills. 
HILL, Sarah Blackwell (I38872)
 
37122 _________________________________________
From: "Nena Smothers"
Subject: Will of Jesse Hill, 1820 SC
Date: Friday, November 16, 2001 4:45 AM


..... 3 Joel HILL b: in Caroline Co., Va d: January 07, 1843 in
Jackson Co., AR
........ +Anna WATSON m: October 16, 1791
..... 3 John H. HILL
..... 3 William HILL, Jr. b: 1737 d: September 29, 1792 in
Rockingham Co, NC
........ +Elizabeth HALBERT m: January 1758
..... 3 Thomas Smither HILL b 1739 Caroline Co Va d 1825 Surry Co, NC
........ +Susannah MOSELY
..... 3 Elizabeth HILL b: Sept 18 1747 d Nov 6 1836
Belton, Anderson Co, SC
........ +William Anson ( Sr.) HALBERT m: 1765
..... 3 Robert HILL Capt b Feb 1752 d Aug 2 1834 Stokes Co NC
........ +Martha HALBERT m: September 1769
..... 3 Uel (Ewell) HILL Major b 1755 Caroline Co Va d Oct 17 1832
Abbeville, SC (Abbeyville, Anderson Co, NC)
..... 3 Dan HILL b: October 16, 1756 d: May 28, 1826
........ +Martha (Patsy) HICKMAN m: October 16, 1779
..... 3 James HILL b: Bet. 1759 - 1761 Caroline Co Va d SC probably
Abbeville
........ +MARY
..... 3 Joshua HILL b: May 26, 1763 in VA
........ +Nancy Wyatt COLLIER b Jan 3 1765 Lunenburg VA.
m: December 08, 1789
.......... 4 Sarah Blackwell HILL b: Abt. 1797
.......... 4 Susan Smither HILL b: Abt. 1799

.. 2 - 8 more children not entered are in the information on the Hills. 
HILL, Susan Smithers (I38873)
 
37123 _________________________________________
From: Eurilla [mailto:eurilla2842@gmail.com] Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2011 11:31 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: Benjamin Hyder Sr. and Catherine Heislip

Thanks David,
By documentation, I mean what proof do you have that Benjamin Hyder Sr.was married to Catharine Hampton?
I have records or births, deaths, marriages, burials for those in my line as needed for DAR, forward from Andrew Logan and Mary Hyder:

Andrew Logan and Mary (Polly) Hyder Logan
Julius Logan and Mary (Polly) Jones
Benjamin Anderson Logan and Mary Louise Charles DeFore (DeFoor) Logan
Martha Rebecca Ann Logan and William Lewis Davis
Eurilla Canzady Davis and John Luther Hyatt 
JONES, Mary (Polly) (I42416)
 
37124 _________________________________________
From: Eurilla [mailto:eurilla2842@gmail.com] Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2011 11:31 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: Benjamin Hyder Sr. and Catherine Heislip

Thanks David,
By documentation, I mean what proof do you have that Benjamin Hyder Sr.was married to Catharine Hampton?
I have records or births, deaths, marriages, burials for those in my line as needed for DAR, forward from Andrew Logan and Mary Hyder:

Andrew Logan and Mary (Polly) Hyder Logan
Julius Logan and Mary (Polly) Jones
Benjamin Anderson Logan and Mary Louise Charles DeFore (DeFoor) Logan
Martha Rebecca Ann Logan and William Lewis Davis
Eurilla Canzady Davis and John Luther Hyatt 
LOGAN, Benjamin Anderson (I42417)
 
37125 _________________________________________
From: Eurilla [mailto:eurilla2842@gmail.com] Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2011 11:31 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: Benjamin Hyder Sr. and Catherine Heislip

Thanks David,
By documentation, I mean what proof do you have that Benjamin Hyder Sr.was married to Catharine Hampton?
I have records or births, deaths, marriages, burials for those in my line as needed for DAR, forward from Andrew Logan and Mary Hyder:

Andrew Logan and Mary (Polly) Hyder Logan
Julius Logan and Mary (Polly) Jones
Benjamin Anderson Logan and Mary Louise Charles DeFore (DeFoor) Logan
Martha Rebecca Ann Logan and William Lewis Davis
Eurilla Canzady Davis and John Luther Hyatt 
DEFORE, Mary Louise Charles (I42418)
 
37126 _________________________________________
From: Eurilla [mailto:eurilla2842@gmail.com] Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2011 11:31 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: Benjamin Hyder Sr. and Catherine Heislip

Thanks David,
By documentation, I mean what proof do you have that Benjamin Hyder Sr.was married to Catharine Hampton?
I have records or births, deaths, marriages, burials for those in my line as needed for DAR, forward from Andrew Logan and Mary Hyder:

Andrew Logan and Mary (Polly) Hyder Logan
Julius Logan and Mary (Polly) Jones
Benjamin Anderson Logan and Mary Louise Charles DeFore (DeFoor) Logan
Martha Rebecca Ann Logan and William Lewis Davis
Eurilla Canzady Davis and John Luther Hyatt 
LOGAN, Martha Rebecca Ann (I42419)
 
37127 _________________________________________
From: Eurilla [mailto:eurilla2842@gmail.com] Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2011 11:31 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: Benjamin Hyder Sr. and Catherine Heislip

Thanks David,
By documentation, I mean what proof do you have that Benjamin Hyder Sr.was married to Catharine Hampton?
I have records or births, deaths, marriages, burials for those in my line as needed for DAR, forward from Andrew Logan and Mary Hyder:

Andrew Logan and Mary (Polly) Hyder Logan
Julius Logan and Mary (Polly) Jones
Benjamin Anderson Logan and Mary Louise Charles DeFore (DeFoor) Logan
Martha Rebecca Ann Logan and William Lewis Davis
Eurilla Canzady Davis and John Luther Hyatt 
DAVIS, William Lewis (I42420)
 
37128 _________________________________________
From: Eurilla [mailto:eurilla2842@gmail.com] Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2011 11:31 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: Benjamin Hyder Sr. and Catherine Heislip

Thanks David,
By documentation, I mean what proof do you have that Benjamin Hyder Sr.was married to Catharine Hampton?
I have records or births, deaths, marriages, burials for those in my line as needed for DAR, forward from Andrew Logan and Mary Hyder:

Andrew Logan and Mary (Polly) Hyder Logan
Julius Logan and Mary (Polly) Jones
Benjamin Anderson Logan and Mary Louise Charles DeFore (DeFoor) Logan
Martha Rebecca Ann Logan and William Lewis Davis
Eurilla Canzady Davis and John Luther Hyatt 
DAVIS, Eurilla Canzady (I42421)
 
37129 _________________________________________
From: Eurilla [mailto:eurilla2842@gmail.com] Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2011 11:31 AM To: 'David Marshall' Subject: RE: Benjamin Hyder Sr. and Catherine Heislip

Thanks David,
By documentation, I mean what proof do you have that Benjamin Hyder Sr.was married to Catharine Hampton?
I have records or births, deaths, marriages, burials for those in my line as needed for DAR, forward from Andrew Logan and Mary Hyder:

Andrew Logan and Mary (Polly) Hyder Logan
Julius Logan and Mary (Polly) Jones
Benjamin Anderson Logan and Mary Louise Charles DeFore (DeFoor) Logan
Martha Rebecca Ann Logan and William Lewis Davis
Eurilla Canzady Davis and John Luther Hyatt 
HYATT, John Luther (I42422)
 
37130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARSHALL, Travis Leon (I36637)
 
37131 ____________________________________________
From: Charlie Fry
Date: Friday, September 24, 2004 4:09 PM

It all came through this time. You've followed the descendants of R. L Fry right up 'til today. I guess we parted company when I followed Absalom Fry and you took up with Nehemiah.

You may have left much of this out on purpose but:

P.1 John, Jacob, Peter, Adam, and Henry were all born in Bethania, NC

Michael was born in Bethabara, NC.

Valentine Frey married Mary Katharine Yonce (or Younce)

Joseph Frey married Mary Amis

Jordan may also be spelled Jourdan.

I show a Maria Barbara Frey being born 6/24/1777 in Bethania. She's missing from your group---but maybe she should be. Let me know so I can remove her.

P. 2 No. 9 is the troublesome Valentine Frey (Fry on his tombstone). Would you want to put the "III" in to separate him from the other Valentines? That's also on his tombstone so it can't be far off. Not sure what your readership is for this tree, but I've come to appreciate having specific burial locations, in this case Cripple Creek, in case someone wants some day to go see.

If you want to put burial places in, then Hiram is buried in Evergreen Cemetery (I think Cripple Creek), and Absalom is buried in Pearisburg, VA.. Nehemiah is also buried in Cripple Creek

Absalom (with an "m") Slimp---may also be spelled Slemp

Abraham died 3/21/1844 in Bland County.

I believe that Jane Fry had also a Mary in front of the Jane. She was born 1/4/1829 and died 9/14/1808 (in TN)

Mary Jane married Porter____ on 12/28/1848

P. 3 Nehemiah and Lucinda Eastwood had a total of 13 children. You show only Robert Lee Fry which is fine if you're showing the direct line.

Robert Lee Fry is buried in St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Cripple Creek, VA.

Here's where we part trees. I have no data from your fifth generation on. I'm sure you left some of that stuff off on purpose so forgive me for mentioning it. Your presentation is easy to read and that's always nice. Thanks for sharing it with me You've been a great help.

If I get any more data to secure the relationships or fill in missing dates or whatever, I'll be sure to send it on to you and I hope you'll do the same.

Charlie 
AMIS, Mary (I41282)
 
37132 ____________________________________________
From: Betty Stokes [mailto:betinhou@comcast.net]
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2008 4:36 PM
To: David@marshallgenealogy.org
Subject: slight spelling correction request

Hi David -

This is BETTY Lois Davis, daughter of William Levi Davis and Gerthie Clytie Muckleroy. Actually just Gerthie is ok for my mother, but I would appreciate it if you could change the spelling of my name FROM Bettie Lois Davis TO Betty Lois Davis. Small matter. If you don't get around to it, that is ok. Maybe the next time you replace it, you might fix that. I actually need to look over your database and see if I have any other corrections.

Since my aunt, my father's sister, died this year, I'm sending a group sheet for the family.

Unfortunately, time is short this time of year.

I hope you have a nice Christmas.

Betty Stokes in Houston

Family Group Sheet
========================================================================
Husband: Archie Oliver DAVIS
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 5 Jan 1883 Sardis, San Augustine Co., TX
Census: 1910 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 3 Jan 1971 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: 4 Jan 1971 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Occupation: a farmer. He once was a store clerk
Marriage: 26 Jan 1908 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Father: John Oliver DAVIS (1854-1930)
Mother: Amy Angeline BRITAIN (1862-1951)
=========================================================================
Wife: Fannie Bell WATSON
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 30 Jun 1888 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 28 Jun 1968 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 29 Jun 1968 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Father: William Washington "Billy" WATSON (1841-1910)
Mother: Narcisis BYRD (1850-1918)
=========================================================================
Children
=========================================================================
1 M William Levi DAVIS
Birth: 19 Sep 1909 Grigsby, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 24 Nov 1935 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 24 Nov 1935 Swift Cemetery, Swift, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Spouse: Gerthie Clytie MUCKLEROY (1911-1992)
Marriage: 22 Dec 1930 Desoto Parish, LA
--------------------------------------------------------------------
2 F Myrtle B. DAVIS
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 22 Sep 2007 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: Nacogdoches, Texas
Spouse: Aaron SANDERS ( - )
Marriage: 29 Feb 1936 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Divorce: abt 1952
Spouse: Ray PARMLEY (1909-1987)
Marriage: 2 Aug 1952 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
--------------------------------------------------------------------
3 M Berl DAVIS twin of Myrtle
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 26 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Burial: Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Marriage:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
4 F Alma V. DAVIS
Birth: 2 Jan 1928 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Death: 3 Apr 2001 Marshall, Harrison Co., TX
Burial: 7 Apr 2001 Algoma Cem-South, Marshall, TX
Spouse: Albert DIETERT ( - )
Marriage: abt 1946
Divorce: bef 1947
Spouse: Monroe Dee DEVORE (1926-1990)
Marriage: 10 Jul 1947
======================================================================
Prepared 8 Dec 2008 by:
Betty Davis Stokes
222 Big Hollow Ln.
Houston, TX 77042
713-787-5122
betinhou@comcast.net
=====================================================================

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
FAMILY NOTES
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Marriage (26 Jan 1908): License purchased on Jan. 20, 1908. Minister J. C.
Worsham, Marriage License, Vol. 4, p. 272, San Augustine Co., TX
(1)

------------------------------------------------------------------------
HUSBAND NOTES: Archie Oliver DAVIS
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (5 Jan 1883): Archie Oliver & Fannie Bell Watson Davis Family Bible; John
O. Davis Family Bible in possession of Katy Davis Luman, Swift, TX; San
Augustine Co. 1900 Census; Beat No. 6, S D No. 8, ED 75, Sheet 4, 6th June 1900,
Household No. 70/70. John O. Davis, Head, wife Amy A.(2)
Death (3 Jan 1971): Texas Death Record: Archie Oliver Davis Jan 3, 1971 #005571,
Smith Co., TX
Death Certificate State File No. 05571 Archie Oliver Davis. Also Smith Co., TX ;

A. O. Davis Family Bible
Burial (4 Jan 1971): Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery located near County lines
between San Augustine, Shelby and Nacogdoches Counties, Texas;
Research Notes (Aug 2007): ARCHIE OLIVER DAVIS

As I remember, Granddaddy Davis was a quiet, slow moving man. When he talked and needed to take a slight break to get his thoughts together, he said "and er uh."

I was told his mother spoke the same way. He had a twinkle in his eye. I don't
remember his farming all that much because we usually arrived in the middle of
the day and he was not a young man any more. In earlier days, he farmed and had cows and chickens with Aunt Myrtle on the farm they had after WW II was over. Later, he had a garden and raised cows and took milk and produce into town to sell it.

My Aunt Adarene, my mother's sister, married George Van Burrows. George was a
teller at a Bank in Nacogdoches. When Granddaddy went to do banking, he always
waited in George's line. I think they asked about each other's families.

George thought a lot of him. His house was near the Burrows farm.

Other than visiting Granddaddy and Grandmother Davis, I don't remember much
other than what I was told. I do remember going out there when he was up in
years and he was up on the roof making repairs. He had to stop when he had a
slight heart attack. Aunt Myrtle said he went out West I think she said and worked as a clerk in a store a relative ran. It might have been Uncle Johnny, but I'm not sure. West was anything west of Nacogdoches but it was probably more like San Antonio.

He was the oldest of 10 children, the son of John Oliver Davis and Amy Angeline "Angie" Britain.

I have some old pictures of the family. Some are pictures of him up on
scaffolding working on building the Excelsior School and Sardis Baptist Church.

Grandmother and Levi and Myrtle are in the picture. There is another picture of the day Sardis Baptist Church had a Baptizing in the Creek - Attoyac I think. At one time, I could figure out which one was Granddaddy.

I still have a little handmade high chair that was made for Granddaddy by his
father in 1883. I don't remember it from my childhood, but it came with me when we moved back to my Grandmother Muckleroy's after my father died. It was stored in their smokehouse until Aunt Adarene rescued it and restored it. Bugs had eaten the cowhide in the seat and she and her brother, Clifton, wove a new seat for it.


SSN: (3)

---------------------------------------------------------------------
WIFE NOTES: Fannie Bell WATSON
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (30 Jun 1888): (2,4-7)
Death (28 Jun 1968): Texas Death Record: Fannie Watson Davis June 28, 1968 -
#044340 - Nacogdoches(4)
Burial (29 Jun 1968): (4,8)
General: Death Certificate Information from Family Bible copied by Betty Davis
Stokes and since destroyed by vandals. Published in Redland Herald, Nacogdoches
Co., TX Tombstone - Old Salem Cem. Marriage License Personal Knowledge Betty
Davis Stokes

Sayings she said:
Early morning rain won't last long. It's like an old woman's dance.

----------------------------------------------------------------------
SOURCES
----------------------------------------------------------------------
1. Marriage License, San Augustine Co., TX.
2. Family Bible A. O. Davis, In possession of Myrtle Davis Parmley, Tyler,
TX, Copy of Family Pages in Stokes Library.
3. Social Security Death Index
(http://www.ancestry.com/ancestry/search/ssdi/ssdi_index.asp).
4. Death Certificate, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX.
5. Mary "Polly" (Archer) Jones Byrd, Narcissus Byrd Watson & W. W. Watson,
Newspaper Clipping of Information from Family Bible. In possession of Fannie
Bell Watson Davis. Copied by Betty and Jim Stokes in 1955. Bible destroyed by
vandals in burglary. Information sent to The Redland Herald, Kissin' Kuzzins
Column, Nacogdoches, Texas. Copy of article in Stokes Library. (Carolyn Ericson,
Kissin' Kuzzins, The Redland Herald, Nacogdoches, Texas).
6. W. W. Watson Family Bible, in possession of Ethel Cooper Hightower,
granddaughter.
7. Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX.
8. Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX. 
WATSON, William Washington (Billy) (I42010)
 
37133 ____________________________________________
From: Betty Stokes [mailto:betinhou@comcast.net]
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2008 4:36 PM
To: David@marshallgenealogy.org
Subject: slight spelling correction request

Hi David -

This is BETTY Lois Davis, daughter of William Levi Davis and Gerthie Clytie Muckleroy. Actually just Gerthie is ok for my mother, but I would appreciate it if you could change the spelling of my name FROM Bettie Lois Davis TO Betty Lois Davis. Small matter. If you don't get around to it, that is ok. Maybe the next time you replace it, you might fix that. I actually need to look over your database and see if I have any other corrections.

Since my aunt, my father's sister, died this year, I'm sending a group sheet for the family.

Unfortunately, time is short this time of year.

I hope you have a nice Christmas.

Betty Stokes in Houston

Family Group Sheet
========================================================================
Husband: Archie Oliver DAVIS
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 5 Jan 1883 Sardis, San Augustine Co., TX
Census: 1910 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 3 Jan 1971 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: 4 Jan 1971 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Occupation: a farmer. He once was a store clerk
Marriage: 26 Jan 1908 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Father: John Oliver DAVIS (1854-1930)
Mother: Amy Angeline BRITAIN (1862-1951)
=========================================================================
Wife: Fannie Bell WATSON
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 30 Jun 1888 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 28 Jun 1968 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 29 Jun 1968 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Father: William Washington "Billy" WATSON (1841-1910)
Mother: Narcisis BYRD (1850-1918)
=========================================================================
Children
=========================================================================
1 M William Levi DAVIS
Birth: 19 Sep 1909 Grigsby, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 24 Nov 1935 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 24 Nov 1935 Swift Cemetery, Swift, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Spouse: Gerthie Clytie MUCKLEROY (1911-1992)
Marriage: 22 Dec 1930 Desoto Parish, LA
--------------------------------------------------------------------
2 F Myrtle B. DAVIS
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 22 Sep 2007 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: Nacogdoches, Texas
Spouse: Aaron SANDERS ( - )
Marriage: 29 Feb 1936 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Divorce: abt 1952
Spouse: Ray PARMLEY (1909-1987)
Marriage: 2 Aug 1952 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
--------------------------------------------------------------------
3 M Berl DAVIS twin of Myrtle
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 26 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Burial: Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Marriage:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
4 F Alma V. DAVIS
Birth: 2 Jan 1928 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Death: 3 Apr 2001 Marshall, Harrison Co., TX
Burial: 7 Apr 2001 Algoma Cem-South, Marshall, TX
Spouse: Albert DIETERT ( - )
Marriage: abt 1946
Divorce: bef 1947
Spouse: Monroe Dee DEVORE (1926-1990)
Marriage: 10 Jul 1947
======================================================================
Prepared 8 Dec 2008 by:
Betty Davis Stokes
222 Big Hollow Ln.
Houston, TX 77042
713-787-5122
betinhou@comcast.net
=====================================================================

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
FAMILY NOTES
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Marriage (26 Jan 1908): License purchased on Jan. 20, 1908. Minister J. C.
Worsham, Marriage License, Vol. 4, p. 272, San Augustine Co., TX
(1)

------------------------------------------------------------------------
HUSBAND NOTES: Archie Oliver DAVIS
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (5 Jan 1883): Archie Oliver & Fannie Bell Watson Davis Family Bible; John
O. Davis Family Bible in possession of Katy Davis Luman, Swift, TX; San
Augustine Co. 1900 Census; Beat No. 6, S D No. 8, ED 75, Sheet 4, 6th June 1900,
Household No. 70/70. John O. Davis, Head, wife Amy A.(2)
Death (3 Jan 1971): Texas Death Record: Archie Oliver Davis Jan 3, 1971 #005571,
Smith Co., TX
Death Certificate State File No. 05571 Archie Oliver Davis. Also Smith Co., TX ;

A. O. Davis Family Bible
Burial (4 Jan 1971): Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery located near County lines
between San Augustine, Shelby and Nacogdoches Counties, Texas;
Research Notes (Aug 2007): ARCHIE OLIVER DAVIS

As I remember, Granddaddy Davis was a quiet, slow moving man. When he talked and needed to take a slight break to get his thoughts together, he said "and er uh."

I was told his mother spoke the same way. He had a twinkle in his eye. I don't
remember his farming all that much because we usually arrived in the middle of
the day and he was not a young man any more. In earlier days, he farmed and had cows and chickens with Aunt Myrtle on the farm they had after WW II was over. Later, he had a garden and raised cows and took milk and produce into town to sell it.

My Aunt Adarene, my mother's sister, married George Van Burrows. George was a
teller at a Bank in Nacogdoches. When Granddaddy went to do banking, he always
waited in George's line. I think they asked about each other's families.

George thought a lot of him. His house was near the Burrows farm.

Other than visiting Granddaddy and Grandmother Davis, I don't remember much
other than what I was told. I do remember going out there when he was up in
years and he was up on the roof making repairs. He had to stop when he had a
slight heart attack. Aunt Myrtle said he went out West I think she said and worked as a clerk in a store a relative ran. It might have been Uncle Johnny, but I'm not sure. West was anything west of Nacogdoches but it was probably more like San Antonio.

He was the oldest of 10 children, the son of John Oliver Davis and Amy Angeline "Angie" Britain.

I have some old pictures of the family. Some are pictures of him up on
scaffolding working on building the Excelsior School and Sardis Baptist Church.

Grandmother and Levi and Myrtle are in the picture. There is another picture of the day Sardis Baptist Church had a Baptizing in the Creek - Attoyac I think. At one time, I could figure out which one was Granddaddy.

I still have a little handmade high chair that was made for Granddaddy by his
father in 1883. I don't remember it from my childhood, but it came with me when we moved back to my Grandmother Muckleroy's after my father died. It was stored in their smokehouse until Aunt Adarene rescued it and restored it. Bugs had eaten the cowhide in the seat and she and her brother, Clifton, wove a new seat for it.


SSN: (3)

---------------------------------------------------------------------
WIFE NOTES: Fannie Bell WATSON
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (30 Jun 1888): (2,4-7)
Death (28 Jun 1968): Texas Death Record: Fannie Watson Davis June 28, 1968 -
#044340 - Nacogdoches(4)
Burial (29 Jun 1968): (4,8)
General: Death Certificate Information from Family Bible copied by Betty Davis
Stokes and since destroyed by vandals. Published in Redland Herald, Nacogdoches
Co., TX Tombstone - Old Salem Cem. Marriage License Personal Knowledge Betty
Davis Stokes

Sayings she said:
Early morning rain won't last long. It's like an old woman's dance.

----------------------------------------------------------------------
SOURCES
----------------------------------------------------------------------
1. Marriage License, San Augustine Co., TX.
2. Family Bible A. O. Davis, In possession of Myrtle Davis Parmley, Tyler,
TX, Copy of Family Pages in Stokes Library.
3. Social Security Death Index
(http://www.ancestry.com/ancestry/search/ssdi/ssdi_index.asp).
4. Death Certificate, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX.
5. Mary "Polly" (Archer) Jones Byrd, Narcissus Byrd Watson & W. W. Watson,
Newspaper Clipping of Information from Family Bible. In possession of Fannie
Bell Watson Davis. Copied by Betty and Jim Stokes in 1955. Bible destroyed by
vandals in burglary. Information sent to The Redland Herald, Kissin' Kuzzins
Column, Nacogdoches, Texas. Copy of article in Stokes Library. (Carolyn Ericson,
Kissin' Kuzzins, The Redland Herald, Nacogdoches, Texas).
6. W. W. Watson Family Bible, in possession of Ethel Cooper Hightower,
granddaughter.
7. Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX.
8. Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX. 
DAVIS, Myrtle B. (I42012)
 
37134 ____________________________________________
From: Betty Stokes [mailto:betinhou@comcast.net]
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2008 4:36 PM
To: David@marshallgenealogy.org
Subject: slight spelling correction request

Hi David -

This is BETTY Lois Davis, daughter of William Levi Davis and Gerthie Clytie Muckleroy. Actually just Gerthie is ok for my mother, but I would appreciate it if you could change the spelling of my name FROM Bettie Lois Davis TO Betty Lois Davis. Small matter. If you don't get around to it, that is ok. Maybe the next time you replace it, you might fix that. I actually need to look over your database and see if I have any other corrections.

Since my aunt, my father's sister, died this year, I'm sending a group sheet for the family.

Unfortunately, time is short this time of year.

I hope you have a nice Christmas.

Betty Stokes in Houston

Family Group Sheet
========================================================================
Husband: Archie Oliver DAVIS
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 5 Jan 1883 Sardis, San Augustine Co., TX
Census: 1910 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 3 Jan 1971 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: 4 Jan 1971 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Occupation: a farmer. He once was a store clerk
Marriage: 26 Jan 1908 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Father: John Oliver DAVIS (1854-1930)
Mother: Amy Angeline BRITAIN (1862-1951)
=========================================================================
Wife: Fannie Bell WATSON
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 30 Jun 1888 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 28 Jun 1968 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 29 Jun 1968 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Father: William Washington "Billy" WATSON (1841-1910)
Mother: Narcisis BYRD (1850-1918)
=========================================================================
Children
=========================================================================
1 M William Levi DAVIS
Birth: 19 Sep 1909 Grigsby, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 24 Nov 1935 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 24 Nov 1935 Swift Cemetery, Swift, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Spouse: Gerthie Clytie MUCKLEROY (1911-1992)
Marriage: 22 Dec 1930 Desoto Parish, LA
--------------------------------------------------------------------
2 F Myrtle B. DAVIS
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 22 Sep 2007 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: Nacogdoches, Texas
Spouse: Aaron SANDERS ( - )
Marriage: 29 Feb 1936 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Divorce: abt 1952
Spouse: Ray PARMLEY (1909-1987)
Marriage: 2 Aug 1952 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
--------------------------------------------------------------------
3 M Berl DAVIS twin of Myrtle
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 26 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Burial: Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Marriage:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
4 F Alma V. DAVIS
Birth: 2 Jan 1928 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Death: 3 Apr 2001 Marshall, Harrison Co., TX
Burial: 7 Apr 2001 Algoma Cem-South, Marshall, TX
Spouse: Albert DIETERT ( - )
Marriage: abt 1946
Divorce: bef 1947
Spouse: Monroe Dee DEVORE (1926-1990)
Marriage: 10 Jul 1947
======================================================================
Prepared 8 Dec 2008 by:
Betty Davis Stokes
222 Big Hollow Ln.
Houston, TX 77042
713-787-5122
betinhou@comcast.net
=====================================================================

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
FAMILY NOTES
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Marriage (26 Jan 1908): License purchased on Jan. 20, 1908. Minister J. C.
Worsham, Marriage License, Vol. 4, p. 272, San Augustine Co., TX
(1)

------------------------------------------------------------------------
HUSBAND NOTES: Archie Oliver DAVIS
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (5 Jan 1883): Archie Oliver & Fannie Bell Watson Davis Family Bible; John
O. Davis Family Bible in possession of Katy Davis Luman, Swift, TX; San
Augustine Co. 1900 Census; Beat No. 6, S D No. 8, ED 75, Sheet 4, 6th June 1900,
Household No. 70/70. John O. Davis, Head, wife Amy A.(2)
Death (3 Jan 1971): Texas Death Record: Archie Oliver Davis Jan 3, 1971 #005571,
Smith Co., TX
Death Certificate State File No. 05571 Archie Oliver Davis. Also Smith Co., TX ;

A. O. Davis Family Bible
Burial (4 Jan 1971): Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery located near County lines
between San Augustine, Shelby and Nacogdoches Counties, Texas;
Research Notes (Aug 2007): ARCHIE OLIVER DAVIS

As I remember, Granddaddy Davis was a quiet, slow moving man. When he talked and needed to take a slight break to get his thoughts together, he said "and er uh."

I was told his mother spoke the same way. He had a twinkle in his eye. I don't
remember his farming all that much because we usually arrived in the middle of
the day and he was not a young man any more. In earlier days, he farmed and had cows and chickens with Aunt Myrtle on the farm they had after WW II was over. Later, he had a garden and raised cows and took milk and produce into town to sell it.

My Aunt Adarene, my mother's sister, married George Van Burrows. George was a
teller at a Bank in Nacogdoches. When Granddaddy went to do banking, he always
waited in George's line. I think they asked about each other's families.

George thought a lot of him. His house was near the Burrows farm.

Other than visiting Granddaddy and Grandmother Davis, I don't remember much
other than what I was told. I do remember going out there when he was up in
years and he was up on the roof making repairs. He had to stop when he had a
slight heart attack. Aunt Myrtle said he went out West I think she said and worked as a clerk in a store a relative ran. It might have been Uncle Johnny, but I'm not sure. West was anything west of Nacogdoches but it was probably more like San Antonio.

He was the oldest of 10 children, the son of John Oliver Davis and Amy Angeline "Angie" Britain.

I have some old pictures of the family. Some are pictures of him up on
scaffolding working on building the Excelsior School and Sardis Baptist Church.

Grandmother and Levi and Myrtle are in the picture. There is another picture of the day Sardis Baptist Church had a Baptizing in the Creek - Attoyac I think. At one time, I could figure out which one was Granddaddy.

I still have a little handmade high chair that was made for Granddaddy by his
father in 1883. I don't remember it from my childhood, but it came with me when we moved back to my Grandmother Muckleroy's after my father died. It was stored in their smokehouse until Aunt Adarene rescued it and restored it. Bugs had eaten the cowhide in the seat and she and her brother, Clifton, wove a new seat for it.


SSN: (3)

---------------------------------------------------------------------
WIFE NOTES: Fannie Bell WATSON
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (30 Jun 1888): (2,4-7)
Death (28 Jun 1968): Texas Death Record: Fannie Watson Davis June 28, 1968 -
#044340 - Nacogdoches(4)
Burial (29 Jun 1968): (4,8)
General: Death Certificate Information from Family Bible copied by Betty Davis
Stokes and since destroyed by vandals. Published in Redland Herald, Nacogdoches
Co., TX Tombstone - Old Salem Cem. Marriage License Personal Knowledge Betty
Davis Stokes

Sayings she said:
Early morning rain won't last long. It's like an old woman's dance.

----------------------------------------------------------------------
SOURCES
----------------------------------------------------------------------
1. Marriage License, San Augustine Co., TX.
2. Family Bible A. O. Davis, In possession of Myrtle Davis Parmley, Tyler,
TX, Copy of Family Pages in Stokes Library.
3. Social Security Death Index
(http://www.ancestry.com/ancestry/search/ssdi/ssdi_index.asp).
4. Death Certificate, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX.
5. Mary "Polly" (Archer) Jones Byrd, Narcissus Byrd Watson & W. W. Watson,
Newspaper Clipping of Information from Family Bible. In possession of Fannie
Bell Watson Davis. Copied by Betty and Jim Stokes in 1955. Bible destroyed by
vandals in burglary. Information sent to The Redland Herald, Kissin' Kuzzins
Column, Nacogdoches, Texas. Copy of article in Stokes Library. (Carolyn Ericson,
Kissin' Kuzzins, The Redland Herald, Nacogdoches, Texas).
6. W. W. Watson Family Bible, in possession of Ethel Cooper Hightower,
granddaughter.
7. Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX.
8. Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX. 
SANDERS, Aaron (I42013)
 
37135 ____________________________________________
From: Betty Stokes [mailto:betinhou@comcast.net]
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2008 4:36 PM
To: David@marshallgenealogy.org
Subject: slight spelling correction request

Hi David -

This is BETTY Lois Davis, daughter of William Levi Davis and Gerthie Clytie Muckleroy. Actually just Gerthie is ok for my mother, but I would appreciate it if you could change the spelling of my name FROM Bettie Lois Davis TO Betty Lois Davis. Small matter. If you don't get around to it, that is ok. Maybe the next time you replace it, you might fix that. I actually need to look over your database and see if I have any other corrections.

Since my aunt, my father's sister, died this year, I'm sending a group sheet for the family.

Unfortunately, time is short this time of year.

I hope you have a nice Christmas.

Betty Stokes in Houston

Family Group Sheet
========================================================================
Husband: Archie Oliver DAVIS
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 5 Jan 1883 Sardis, San Augustine Co., TX
Census: 1910 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 3 Jan 1971 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: 4 Jan 1971 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Occupation: a farmer. He once was a store clerk
Marriage: 26 Jan 1908 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Father: John Oliver DAVIS (1854-1930)
Mother: Amy Angeline BRITAIN (1862-1951)
=========================================================================
Wife: Fannie Bell WATSON
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 30 Jun 1888 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 28 Jun 1968 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 29 Jun 1968 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Father: William Washington "Billy" WATSON (1841-1910)
Mother: Narcisis BYRD (1850-1918)
=========================================================================
Children
=========================================================================
1 M William Levi DAVIS
Birth: 19 Sep 1909 Grigsby, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 24 Nov 1935 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 24 Nov 1935 Swift Cemetery, Swift, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Spouse: Gerthie Clytie MUCKLEROY (1911-1992)
Marriage: 22 Dec 1930 Desoto Parish, LA
--------------------------------------------------------------------
2 F Myrtle B. DAVIS
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 22 Sep 2007 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: Nacogdoches, Texas
Spouse: Aaron SANDERS ( - )
Marriage: 29 Feb 1936 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Divorce: abt 1952
Spouse: Ray PARMLEY (1909-1987)
Marriage: 2 Aug 1952 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
--------------------------------------------------------------------
3 M Berl DAVIS twin of Myrtle
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 26 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Burial: Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Marriage:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
4 F Alma V. DAVIS
Birth: 2 Jan 1928 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Death: 3 Apr 2001 Marshall, Harrison Co., TX
Burial: 7 Apr 2001 Algoma Cem-South, Marshall, TX
Spouse: Albert DIETERT ( - )
Marriage: abt 1946
Divorce: bef 1947
Spouse: Monroe Dee DEVORE (1926-1990)
Marriage: 10 Jul 1947
======================================================================
Prepared 8 Dec 2008 by:
Betty Davis Stokes
222 Big Hollow Ln.
Houston, TX 77042
713-787-5122
betinhou@comcast.net
=====================================================================

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
FAMILY NOTES
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Marriage (26 Jan 1908): License purchased on Jan. 20, 1908. Minister J. C.
Worsham, Marriage License, Vol. 4, p. 272, San Augustine Co., TX
(1)

------------------------------------------------------------------------
HUSBAND NOTES: Archie Oliver DAVIS
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (5 Jan 1883): Archie Oliver & Fannie Bell Watson Davis Family Bible; John
O. Davis Family Bible in possession of Katy Davis Luman, Swift, TX; San
Augustine Co. 1900 Census; Beat No. 6, S D No. 8, ED 75, Sheet 4, 6th June 1900,
Household No. 70/70. John O. Davis, Head, wife Amy A.(2)
Death (3 Jan 1971): Texas Death Record: Archie Oliver Davis Jan 3, 1971 #005571,
Smith Co., TX
Death Certificate State File No. 05571 Archie Oliver Davis. Also Smith Co., TX ;

A. O. Davis Family Bible
Burial (4 Jan 1971): Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery located near County lines
between San Augustine, Shelby and Nacogdoches Counties, Texas;
Research Notes (Aug 2007): ARCHIE OLIVER DAVIS

As I remember, Granddaddy Davis was a quiet, slow moving man. When he talked and needed to take a slight break to get his thoughts together, he said "and er uh."

I was told his mother spoke the same way. He had a twinkle in his eye. I don't
remember his farming all that much because we usually arrived in the middle of
the day and he was not a young man any more. In earlier days, he farmed and had cows and chickens with Aunt Myrtle on the farm they had after WW II was over. Later, he had a garden and raised cows and took milk and produce into town to sell it.

My Aunt Adarene, my mother's sister, married George Van Burrows. George was a
teller at a Bank in Nacogdoches. When Granddaddy went to do banking, he always
waited in George's line. I think they asked about each other's families.

George thought a lot of him. His house was near the Burrows farm.

Other than visiting Granddaddy and Grandmother Davis, I don't remember much
other than what I was told. I do remember going out there when he was up in
years and he was up on the roof making repairs. He had to stop when he had a
slight heart attack. Aunt Myrtle said he went out West I think she said and worked as a clerk in a store a relative ran. It might have been Uncle Johnny, but I'm not sure. West was anything west of Nacogdoches but it was probably more like San Antonio.

He was the oldest of 10 children, the son of John Oliver Davis and Amy Angeline "Angie" Britain.

I have some old pictures of the family. Some are pictures of him up on
scaffolding working on building the Excelsior School and Sardis Baptist Church.

Grandmother and Levi and Myrtle are in the picture. There is another picture of the day Sardis Baptist Church had a Baptizing in the Creek - Attoyac I think. At one time, I could figure out which one was Granddaddy.

I still have a little handmade high chair that was made for Granddaddy by his
father in 1883. I don't remember it from my childhood, but it came with me when we moved back to my Grandmother Muckleroy's after my father died. It was stored in their smokehouse until Aunt Adarene rescued it and restored it. Bugs had eaten the cowhide in the seat and she and her brother, Clifton, wove a new seat for it.


SSN: (3)

---------------------------------------------------------------------
WIFE NOTES: Fannie Bell WATSON
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (30 Jun 1888): (2,4-7)
Death (28 Jun 1968): Texas Death Record: Fannie Watson Davis June 28, 1968 -
#044340 - Nacogdoches(4)
Burial (29 Jun 1968): (4,8)
General: Death Certificate Information from Family Bible copied by Betty Davis
Stokes and since destroyed by vandals. Published in Redland Herald, Nacogdoches
Co., TX Tombstone - Old Salem Cem. Marriage License Personal Knowledge Betty
Davis Stokes

Sayings she said:
Early morning rain won't last long. It's like an old woman's dance.

----------------------------------------------------------------------
SOURCES
----------------------------------------------------------------------
1. Marriage License, San Augustine Co., TX.
2. Family Bible A. O. Davis, In possession of Myrtle Davis Parmley, Tyler,
TX, Copy of Family Pages in Stokes Library.
3. Social Security Death Index
(http://www.ancestry.com/ancestry/search/ssdi/ssdi_index.asp).
4. Death Certificate, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX.
5. Mary "Polly" (Archer) Jones Byrd, Narcissus Byrd Watson & W. W. Watson,
Newspaper Clipping of Information from Family Bible. In possession of Fannie
Bell Watson Davis. Copied by Betty and Jim Stokes in 1955. Bible destroyed by
vandals in burglary. Information sent to The Redland Herald, Kissin' Kuzzins
Column, Nacogdoches, Texas. Copy of article in Stokes Library. (Carolyn Ericson,
Kissin' Kuzzins, The Redland Herald, Nacogdoches, Texas).
6. W. W. Watson Family Bible, in possession of Ethel Cooper Hightower,
granddaughter.
7. Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX.
8. Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX. 
PARMEY, Ray (I42014)
 
37136 ____________________________________________
From: Betty Stokes [mailto:betinhou@comcast.net]
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2008 4:36 PM
To: David@marshallgenealogy.org
Subject: slight spelling correction request

Hi David -

This is BETTY Lois Davis, daughter of William Levi Davis and Gerthie Clytie Muckleroy. Actually just Gerthie is ok for my mother, but I would appreciate it if you could change the spelling of my name FROM Bettie Lois Davis TO Betty Lois Davis. Small matter. If you don't get around to it, that is ok. Maybe the next time you replace it, you might fix that. I actually need to look over your database and see if I have any other corrections.

Since my aunt, my father's sister, died this year, I'm sending a group sheet for the family.

Unfortunately, time is short this time of year.

I hope you have a nice Christmas.

Betty Stokes in Houston

Family Group Sheet
========================================================================
Husband: Archie Oliver DAVIS
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 5 Jan 1883 Sardis, San Augustine Co., TX
Census: 1910 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 3 Jan 1971 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: 4 Jan 1971 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Occupation: a farmer. He once was a store clerk
Marriage: 26 Jan 1908 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Father: John Oliver DAVIS (1854-1930)
Mother: Amy Angeline BRITAIN (1862-1951)
=========================================================================
Wife: Fannie Bell WATSON
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 30 Jun 1888 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 28 Jun 1968 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 29 Jun 1968 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Father: William Washington "Billy" WATSON (1841-1910)
Mother: Narcisis BYRD (1850-1918)
=========================================================================
Children
=========================================================================
1 M William Levi DAVIS
Birth: 19 Sep 1909 Grigsby, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 24 Nov 1935 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 24 Nov 1935 Swift Cemetery, Swift, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Spouse: Gerthie Clytie MUCKLEROY (1911-1992)
Marriage: 22 Dec 1930 Desoto Parish, LA
--------------------------------------------------------------------
2 F Myrtle B. DAVIS
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 22 Sep 2007 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: Nacogdoches, Texas
Spouse: Aaron SANDERS ( - )
Marriage: 29 Feb 1936 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Divorce: abt 1952
Spouse: Ray PARMLEY (1909-1987)
Marriage: 2 Aug 1952 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
--------------------------------------------------------------------
3 M Berl DAVIS twin of Myrtle
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 26 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Burial: Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Marriage:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
4 F Alma V. DAVIS
Birth: 2 Jan 1928 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Death: 3 Apr 2001 Marshall, Harrison Co., TX
Burial: 7 Apr 2001 Algoma Cem-South, Marshall, TX
Spouse: Albert DIETERT ( - )
Marriage: abt 1946
Divorce: bef 1947
Spouse: Monroe Dee DEVORE (1926-1990)
Marriage: 10 Jul 1947
======================================================================
Prepared 8 Dec 2008 by:
Betty Davis Stokes
222 Big Hollow Ln.
Houston, TX 77042
713-787-5122
betinhou@comcast.net
=====================================================================

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
FAMILY NOTES
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Marriage (26 Jan 1908): License purchased on Jan. 20, 1908. Minister J. C.
Worsham, Marriage License, Vol. 4, p. 272, San Augustine Co., TX
(1)

------------------------------------------------------------------------
HUSBAND NOTES: Archie Oliver DAVIS
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (5 Jan 1883): Archie Oliver & Fannie Bell Watson Davis Family Bible; John
O. Davis Family Bible in possession of Katy Davis Luman, Swift, TX; San
Augustine Co. 1900 Census; Beat No. 6, S D No. 8, ED 75, Sheet 4, 6th June 1900,
Household No. 70/70. John O. Davis, Head, wife Amy A.(2)
Death (3 Jan 1971): Texas Death Record: Archie Oliver Davis Jan 3, 1971 #005571,
Smith Co., TX
Death Certificate State File No. 05571 Archie Oliver Davis. Also Smith Co., TX ;

A. O. Davis Family Bible
Burial (4 Jan 1971): Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery located near County lines
between San Augustine, Shelby and Nacogdoches Counties, Texas;
Research Notes (Aug 2007): ARCHIE OLIVER DAVIS

As I remember, Granddaddy Davis was a quiet, slow moving man. When he talked and needed to take a slight break to get his thoughts together, he said "and er uh."

I was told his mother spoke the same way. He had a twinkle in his eye. I don't
remember his farming all that much because we usually arrived in the middle of
the day and he was not a young man any more. In earlier days, he farmed and had cows and chickens with Aunt Myrtle on the farm they had after WW II was over. Later, he had a garden and raised cows and took milk and produce into town to sell it.

My Aunt Adarene, my mother's sister, married George Van Burrows. George was a
teller at a Bank in Nacogdoches. When Granddaddy went to do banking, he always
waited in George's line. I think they asked about each other's families.

George thought a lot of him. His house was near the Burrows farm.

Other than visiting Granddaddy and Grandmother Davis, I don't remember much
other than what I was told. I do remember going out there when he was up in
years and he was up on the roof making repairs. He had to stop when he had a
slight heart attack. Aunt Myrtle said he went out West I think she said and worked as a clerk in a store a relative ran. It might have been Uncle Johnny, but I'm not sure. West was anything west of Nacogdoches but it was probably more like San Antonio.

He was the oldest of 10 children, the son of John Oliver Davis and Amy Angeline "Angie" Britain.

I have some old pictures of the family. Some are pictures of him up on
scaffolding working on building the Excelsior School and Sardis Baptist Church.

Grandmother and Levi and Myrtle are in the picture. There is another picture of the day Sardis Baptist Church had a Baptizing in the Creek - Attoyac I think. At one time, I could figure out which one was Granddaddy.

I still have a little handmade high chair that was made for Granddaddy by his
father in 1883. I don't remember it from my childhood, but it came with me when we moved back to my Grandmother Muckleroy's after my father died. It was stored in their smokehouse until Aunt Adarene rescued it and restored it. Bugs had eaten the cowhide in the seat and she and her brother, Clifton, wove a new seat for it.


SSN: (3)

---------------------------------------------------------------------
WIFE NOTES: Fannie Bell WATSON
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (30 Jun 1888): (2,4-7)
Death (28 Jun 1968): Texas Death Record: Fannie Watson Davis June 28, 1968 -
#044340 - Nacogdoches(4)
Burial (29 Jun 1968): (4,8)
General: Death Certificate Information from Family Bible copied by Betty Davis
Stokes and since destroyed by vandals. Published in Redland Herald, Nacogdoches
Co., TX Tombstone - Old Salem Cem. Marriage License Personal Knowledge Betty
Davis Stokes

Sayings she said:
Early morning rain won't last long. It's like an old woman's dance.

----------------------------------------------------------------------
SOURCES
----------------------------------------------------------------------
1. Marriage License, San Augustine Co., TX.
2. Family Bible A. O. Davis, In possession of Myrtle Davis Parmley, Tyler,
TX, Copy of Family Pages in Stokes Library.
3. Social Security Death Index
(http://www.ancestry.com/ancestry/search/ssdi/ssdi_index.asp).
4. Death Certificate, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX.
5. Mary "Polly" (Archer) Jones Byrd, Narcissus Byrd Watson & W. W. Watson,
Newspaper Clipping of Information from Family Bible. In possession of Fannie
Bell Watson Davis. Copied by Betty and Jim Stokes in 1955. Bible destroyed by
vandals in burglary. Information sent to The Redland Herald, Kissin' Kuzzins
Column, Nacogdoches, Texas. Copy of article in Stokes Library. (Carolyn Ericson,
Kissin' Kuzzins, The Redland Herald, Nacogdoches, Texas).
6. W. W. Watson Family Bible, in possession of Ethel Cooper Hightower,
granddaughter.
7. Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX.
8. Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX. 
DIETERT, Albert (I42017)
 
37137 ____________________________________________
From: Betty Stokes [mailto:betinhou@comcast.net]
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2008 4:36 PM
To: David@marshallgenealogy.org
Subject: slight spelling correction request

Hi David -

This is BETTY Lois Davis, daughter of William Levi Davis and Gerthie Clytie Muckleroy. Actually just Gerthie is ok for my mother, but I would appreciate it if you could change the spelling of my name FROM Bettie Lois Davis TO Betty Lois Davis. Small matter. If you don't get around to it, that is ok. Maybe the next time you replace it, you might fix that. I actually need to look over your database and see if I have any other corrections.

Since my aunt, my father's sister, died this year, I'm sending a group sheet for the family.

Unfortunately, time is short this time of year.

I hope you have a nice Christmas.

Betty Stokes in Houston

Family Group Sheet
========================================================================
Husband: Archie Oliver DAVIS
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 5 Jan 1883 Sardis, San Augustine Co., TX
Census: 1910 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 3 Jan 1971 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: 4 Jan 1971 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Occupation: a farmer. He once was a store clerk
Marriage: 26 Jan 1908 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Father: John Oliver DAVIS (1854-1930)
Mother: Amy Angeline BRITAIN (1862-1951)
=========================================================================
Wife: Fannie Bell WATSON
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 30 Jun 1888 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 28 Jun 1968 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 29 Jun 1968 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Father: William Washington "Billy" WATSON (1841-1910)
Mother: Narcisis BYRD (1850-1918)
=========================================================================
Children
=========================================================================
1 M William Levi DAVIS
Birth: 19 Sep 1909 Grigsby, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 24 Nov 1935 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 24 Nov 1935 Swift Cemetery, Swift, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Spouse: Gerthie Clytie MUCKLEROY (1911-1992)
Marriage: 22 Dec 1930 Desoto Parish, LA
--------------------------------------------------------------------
2 F Myrtle B. DAVIS
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 22 Sep 2007 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: Nacogdoches, Texas
Spouse: Aaron SANDERS ( - )
Marriage: 29 Feb 1936 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Divorce: abt 1952
Spouse: Ray PARMLEY (1909-1987)
Marriage: 2 Aug 1952 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
--------------------------------------------------------------------
3 M Berl DAVIS twin of Myrtle
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 26 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Burial: Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Marriage:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
4 F Alma V. DAVIS
Birth: 2 Jan 1928 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Death: 3 Apr 2001 Marshall, Harrison Co., TX
Burial: 7 Apr 2001 Algoma Cem-South, Marshall, TX
Spouse: Albert DIETERT ( - )
Marriage: abt 1946
Divorce: bef 1947
Spouse: Monroe Dee DEVORE (1926-1990)
Marriage: 10 Jul 1947
======================================================================
Prepared 8 Dec 2008 by:
Betty Davis Stokes
222 Big Hollow Ln.
Houston, TX 77042
713-787-5122
betinhou@comcast.net
=====================================================================

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
FAMILY NOTES
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Marriage (26 Jan 1908): License purchased on Jan. 20, 1908. Minister J. C.
Worsham, Marriage License, Vol. 4, p. 272, San Augustine Co., TX
(1)

------------------------------------------------------------------------
HUSBAND NOTES: Archie Oliver DAVIS
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (5 Jan 1883): Archie Oliver & Fannie Bell Watson Davis Family Bible; John
O. Davis Family Bible in possession of Katy Davis Luman, Swift, TX; San
Augustine Co. 1900 Census; Beat No. 6, S D No. 8, ED 75, Sheet 4, 6th June 1900,
Household No. 70/70. John O. Davis, Head, wife Amy A.(2)
Death (3 Jan 1971): Texas Death Record: Archie Oliver Davis Jan 3, 1971 #005571,
Smith Co., TX
Death Certificate State File No. 05571 Archie Oliver Davis. Also Smith Co., TX ;

A. O. Davis Family Bible
Burial (4 Jan 1971): Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery located near County lines
between San Augustine, Shelby and Nacogdoches Counties, Texas;
Research Notes (Aug 2007): ARCHIE OLIVER DAVIS

As I remember, Granddaddy Davis was a quiet, slow moving man. When he talked and needed to take a slight break to get his thoughts together, he said "and er uh."

I was told his mother spoke the same way. He had a twinkle in his eye. I don't
remember his farming all that much because we usually arrived in the middle of
the day and he was not a young man any more. In earlier days, he farmed and had cows and chickens with Aunt Myrtle on the farm they had after WW II was over. Later, he had a garden and raised cows and took milk and produce into town to sell it.

My Aunt Adarene, my mother's sister, married George Van Burrows. George was a
teller at a Bank in Nacogdoches. When Granddaddy went to do banking, he always
waited in George's line. I think they asked about each other's families.

George thought a lot of him. His house was near the Burrows farm.

Other than visiting Granddaddy and Grandmother Davis, I don't remember much
other than what I was told. I do remember going out there when he was up in
years and he was up on the roof making repairs. He had to stop when he had a
slight heart attack. Aunt Myrtle said he went out West I think she said and worked as a clerk in a store a relative ran. It might have been Uncle Johnny, but I'm not sure. West was anything west of Nacogdoches but it was probably more like San Antonio.

He was the oldest of 10 children, the son of John Oliver Davis and Amy Angeline "Angie" Britain.

I have some old pictures of the family. Some are pictures of him up on
scaffolding working on building the Excelsior School and Sardis Baptist Church.

Grandmother and Levi and Myrtle are in the picture. There is another picture of the day Sardis Baptist Church had a Baptizing in the Creek - Attoyac I think. At one time, I could figure out which one was Granddaddy.

I still have a little handmade high chair that was made for Granddaddy by his
father in 1883. I don't remember it from my childhood, but it came with me when we moved back to my Grandmother Muckleroy's after my father died. It was stored in their smokehouse until Aunt Adarene rescued it and restored it. Bugs had eaten the cowhide in the seat and she and her brother, Clifton, wove a new seat for it.


SSN: (3)

---------------------------------------------------------------------
WIFE NOTES: Fannie Bell WATSON
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (30 Jun 1888): (2,4-7)
Death (28 Jun 1968): Texas Death Record: Fannie Watson Davis June 28, 1968 -
#044340 - Nacogdoches(4)
Burial (29 Jun 1968): (4,8)
General: Death Certificate Information from Family Bible copied by Betty Davis
Stokes and since destroyed by vandals. Published in Redland Herald, Nacogdoches
Co., TX Tombstone - Old Salem Cem. Marriage License Personal Knowledge Betty
Davis Stokes

Sayings she said:
Early morning rain won't last long. It's like an old woman's dance.

----------------------------------------------------------------------
SOURCES
----------------------------------------------------------------------
1. Marriage License, San Augustine Co., TX.
2. Family Bible A. O. Davis, In possession of Myrtle Davis Parmley, Tyler,
TX, Copy of Family Pages in Stokes Library.
3. Social Security Death Index
(http://www.ancestry.com/ancestry/search/ssdi/ssdi_index.asp).
4. Death Certificate, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX.
5. Mary "Polly" (Archer) Jones Byrd, Narcissus Byrd Watson & W. W. Watson,
Newspaper Clipping of Information from Family Bible. In possession of Fannie
Bell Watson Davis. Copied by Betty and Jim Stokes in 1955. Bible destroyed by
vandals in burglary. Information sent to The Redland Herald, Kissin' Kuzzins
Column, Nacogdoches, Texas. Copy of article in Stokes Library. (Carolyn Ericson,
Kissin' Kuzzins, The Redland Herald, Nacogdoches, Texas).
6. W. W. Watson Family Bible, in possession of Ethel Cooper Hightower,
granddaughter.
7. Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX.
8. Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX. 
DEVORE, Monroe Dee (I42018)
 
37138 ____________________________________________
From: Betty Stokes [mailto:betinhou@comcast.net]
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2008 4:36 PM
To: David@marshallgenealogy.org
Subject: slight spelling correction request

Hi David -

This is BETTY Lois Davis, daughter of William Levi Davis and Gerthie Clytie Muckleroy. Actually just Gerthie is ok for my mother, but I would appreciate it if you could change the spelling of my name FROM Bettie Lois Davis TO Betty Lois Davis. Small matter. If you don't get around to it, that is ok. Maybe the next time you replace it, you might fix that. I actually need to look over your database and see if I have any other corrections.

Since my aunt, my father's sister, died this year, I'm sending a group sheet for the family.

Unfortunately, time is short this time of year.

I hope you have a nice Christmas.

Betty Stokes in Houston

Family Group Sheet
===============================================================================
Husband: Archie Oliver DAVIS
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 5 Jan 1883 Sardis, San Augustine Co., TX
Census: 1910 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 3 Jan 1971 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: 4 Jan 1971 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Occupation: a farmer. He once was a store clerk
Marriage: 26 Jan 1908 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Father: John Oliver DAVIS (1854-1930)
Mother: Amy Angeline BRITAIN (1862-1951)
=========================================================================
Wife: Fannie Bell WATSON
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 30 Jun 1888 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 28 Jun 1968 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 29 Jun 1968 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Father: William Washington "Billy" WATSON (1841-1910)
Mother: Narcisis BYRD (1850-1918)
=========================================================================
Children
=========================================================================
1 M William Levi DAVIS
Birth: 19 Sep 1909 Grigsby, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 24 Nov 1935 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 24 Nov 1935 Swift Cemetery, Swift, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Spouse: Gerthie Clytie MUCKLEROY (1911-1992)
Marriage: 22 Dec 1930 Desoto Parish, LA
--------------------------------------------------------------------
2 F Myrtle B. DAVIS
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 22 Sep 2007 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: Nacogdoches, Texas
Spouse: Aaron SANDERS ( - )
Marriage: 29 Feb 1936 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Divorce: abt 1952
Spouse: Ray PARMLEY (1909-1987)
Marriage: 2 Aug 1952 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
--------------------------------------------------------------------
3 M Berl DAVIS twin of Myrtle
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 26 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Burial: Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Marriage:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
4 F Alma V. DAVIS
Birth: 2 Jan 1928 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Death: 3 Apr 2001 Marshall, Harrison Co., TX
Burial: 7 Apr 2001 Algoma Cem-South, Marshall, TX
Spouse: Albert DIETERT ( - )
Marriage: abt 1946
Divorce: bef 1947
Spouse: Monroe Dee DEVORE (1926-1990)
Marriage: 10 Jul 1947
======================================================================
Prepared 8 Dec 2008 by:
Betty Davis Stokes
222 Big Hollow Ln.
Houston, TX 77042
713-787-5122
betinhou@comcast.net
=====================================================================

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
FAMILY NOTES
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Marriage (26 Jan 1908): License purchased on Jan. 20, 1908. Minister J. C.
Worsham, Marriage License, Vol. 4, p. 272, San Augustine Co., TX
(1)

------------------------------------------------------------------------
HUSBAND NOTES: Archie Oliver DAVIS
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (5 Jan 1883): Archie Oliver & Fannie Bell Watson Davis Family Bible; John
O. Davis Family Bible in possession of Katy Davis Luman, Swift, TX; San
Augustine Co. 1900 Census; Beat No. 6, S D No. 8, ED 75, Sheet 4, 6th June 1900,
Household No. 70/70. John O. Davis, Head, wife Amy A.(2)
Death (3 Jan 1971): Texas Death Record: Archie Oliver Davis Jan 3, 1971 #005571,
Smith Co., TX
Death Certificate State File No. 05571 Archie Oliver Davis. Also Smith Co., TX ;

A. O. Davis Family Bible
Burial (4 Jan 1971): Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery located near County lines
between San Augustine, Shelby and Nacogdoches Counties, Texas;
Research Notes (Aug 2007): ARCHIE OLIVER DAVIS

As I remember, Granddaddy Davis was a quiet, slow moving man. When he talked and needed to take a slight break to get his thoughts together, he said "and er uh."

I was told his mother spoke the same way. He had a twinkle in his eye. I don't
remember his farming all that much because we usually arrived in the middle of
the day and he was not a young man any more. In earlier days, he farmed and had cows and chickens with Aunt Myrtle on the farm they had after WW II was over. Later, he had a garden and raised cows and took milk and produce into town to sell it.

My Aunt Adarene, my mother's sister, married George Van Burrows. George was a
teller at a Bank in Nacogdoches. When Granddaddy went to do banking, he always
waited in George's line. I think they asked about each other's families.

George thought a lot of him. His house was near the Burrows farm.

Other than visiting Granddaddy and Grandmother Davis, I don't remember much
other than what I was told. I do remember going out there when he was up in
years and he was up on the roof making repairs. He had to stop when he had a
slight heart attack. Aunt Myrtle said he went out West I think she said and worked as a clerk in a store a relative ran. It might have been Uncle Johnny, but I'm not sure. West was anything west of Nacogdoches but it was probably more like San Antonio.

He was the oldest of 10 children, the son of John Oliver Davis and Amy Angeline "Angie" Britain.

I have some old pictures of the family. Some are pictures of him up on
scaffolding working on building the Excelsior School and Sardis Baptist Church.

Grandmother and Levi and Myrtle are in the picture. There is another picture of the day Sardis Baptist Church had a Baptizing in the Creek - Attoyac I think. At one time, I could figure out which one was Granddaddy.

I still have a little handmade high chair that was made for Granddaddy by his
father in 1883. I don't remember it from my childhood, but it came with me when we moved back to my Grandmother Muckleroy's after my father died. It was stored in their smokehouse until Aunt Adarene rescued it and restored it. Bugs had eaten the cowhide in the seat and she and her brother, Clifton, wove a new seat for it.


SSN: (3)

---------------------------------------------------------------------
WIFE NOTES: Fannie Bell WATSON
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (30 Jun 1888): (2,4-7)
Death (28 Jun 1968): Texas Death Record: Fannie Watson Davis June 28, 1968 -
#044340 - Nacogdoches(4)
Burial (29 Jun 1968): (4,8)
General: Death Certificate Information from Family Bible copied by Betty Davis
Stokes and since destroyed by vandals. Published in Redland Herald, Nacogdoches
Co., TX Tombstone - Old Salem Cem. Marriage License Personal Knowledge Betty
Davis Stokes

Sayings she said:
Early morning rain won't last long. It's like an old woman's dance.

----------------------------------------------------------------------
SOURCES
----------------------------------------------------------------------
1. Marriage License, San Augustine Co., TX.
2. Family Bible A. O. Davis, In possession of Myrtle Davis Parmley, Tyler,
TX, Copy of Family Pages in Stokes Library.
3. Social Security Death Index
(http://www.ancestry.com/ancestry/search/ssdi/ssdi_index.asp).
4. Death Certificate, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX.
5. Mary "Polly" (Archer) Jones Byrd, Narcissus Byrd Watson & W. W. Watson,
Newspaper Clipping of Information from Family Bible. In possession of Fannie
Bell Watson Davis. Copied by Betty and Jim Stokes in 1955. Bible destroyed by
vandals in burglary. Information sent to The Redland Herald, Kissin' Kuzzins
Column, Nacogdoches, Texas. Copy of article in Stokes Library. (Carolyn Ericson,
Kissin' Kuzzins, The Redland Herald, Nacogdoches, Texas).
6. W. W. Watson Family Bible, in possession of Ethel Cooper Hightower,
granddaughter.
7. Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX.
8. Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX. 
BYRD, Narcisis (I42011)
 
37139 ____________________________________________
From: Betty Stokes [mailto:betinhou@comcast.net]
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2008 4:36 PM
To: David@marshallgenealogy.org
Subject: slight spelling correction request

Hi David -

This is BETTY Lois Davis, daughter of William Levi Davis and Gerthie Clytie Muckleroy. Actually just Gerthie is ok for my mother, but I would appreciate it if you could change the spelling of my name FROM Bettie Lois Davis TO Betty Lois Davis. Small matter. If you don't get around to it, that is ok. Maybe the next time you replace it, you might fix that. I actually need to look over your database and see if I have any other corrections.

Since my aunt, my father's sister, died this year, I'm sending a group sheet for the family.

Unfortunately, time is short this time of year.

I hope you have a nice Christmas.

Betty Stokes in Houston

Family Group Sheet
===============================================================================
Husband: Archie Oliver DAVIS
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 5 Jan 1883 Sardis, San Augustine Co., TX
Census: 1910 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 3 Jan 1971 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: 4 Jan 1971 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Occupation: a farmer. He once was a store clerk
Marriage: 26 Jan 1908 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Father: John Oliver DAVIS (1854-1930)
Mother: Amy Angeline BRITAIN (1862-1951)
=========================================================================
Wife: Fannie Bell WATSON
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 30 Jun 1888 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 28 Jun 1968 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 29 Jun 1968 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Father: William Washington "Billy" WATSON (1841-1910)
Mother: Narcisis BYRD (1850-1918)
=========================================================================
Children
=========================================================================
1 M William Levi DAVIS
Birth: 19 Sep 1909 Grigsby, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 24 Nov 1935 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 24 Nov 1935 Swift Cemetery, Swift, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Spouse: Gerthie Clytie MUCKLEROY (1911-1992)
Marriage: 22 Dec 1930 Desoto Parish, LA
--------------------------------------------------------------------
2 F Myrtle B. DAVIS
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 22 Sep 2007 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: Nacogdoches, Texas
Spouse: Aaron SANDERS ( - )
Marriage: 29 Feb 1936 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Divorce: abt 1952
Spouse: Ray PARMLEY (1909-1987)
Marriage: 2 Aug 1952 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
--------------------------------------------------------------------
3 M Berl DAVIS twin of Myrtle
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 26 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Burial: Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Marriage:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
4 F Alma V. DAVIS
Birth: 2 Jan 1928 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Death: 3 Apr 2001 Marshall, Harrison Co., TX
Burial: 7 Apr 2001 Algoma Cem-South, Marshall, TX
Spouse: Albert DIETERT ( - )
Marriage: abt 1946
Divorce: bef 1947
Spouse: Monroe Dee DEVORE (1926-1990)
Marriage: 10 Jul 1947
======================================================================
Prepared 8 Dec 2008 by:
Betty Davis Stokes
222 Big Hollow Ln.
Houston, TX 77042
713-787-5122
betinhou@comcast.net
=====================================================================

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
FAMILY NOTES
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Marriage (26 Jan 1908): License purchased on Jan. 20, 1908. Minister J. C.
Worsham, Marriage License, Vol. 4, p. 272, San Augustine Co., TX
(1)

------------------------------------------------------------------------
HUSBAND NOTES: Archie Oliver DAVIS
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (5 Jan 1883): Archie Oliver & Fannie Bell Watson Davis Family Bible; John
O. Davis Family Bible in possession of Katy Davis Luman, Swift, TX; San
Augustine Co. 1900 Census; Beat No. 6, S D No. 8, ED 75, Sheet 4, 6th June 1900,
Household No. 70/70. John O. Davis, Head, wife Amy A.(2)
Death (3 Jan 1971): Texas Death Record: Archie Oliver Davis Jan 3, 1971 #005571,
Smith Co., TX
Death Certificate State File No. 05571 Archie Oliver Davis. Also Smith Co., TX ;

A. O. Davis Family Bible
Burial (4 Jan 1971): Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery located near County lines
between San Augustine, Shelby and Nacogdoches Counties, Texas;
Research Notes (Aug 2007): ARCHIE OLIVER DAVIS

As I remember, Granddaddy Davis was a quiet, slow moving man. When he talked and needed to take a slight break to get his thoughts together, he said "and er uh."

I was told his mother spoke the same way. He had a twinkle in his eye. I don't
remember his farming all that much because we usually arrived in the middle of
the day and he was not a young man any more. In earlier days, he farmed and had cows and chickens with Aunt Myrtle on the farm they had after WW II was over. Later, he had a garden and raised cows and took milk and produce into town to sell it.

My Aunt Adarene, my mother's sister, married George Van Burrows. George was a
teller at a Bank in Nacogdoches. When Granddaddy went to do banking, he always
waited in George's line. I think they asked about each other's families.

George thought a lot of him. His house was near the Burrows farm.

Other than visiting Granddaddy and Grandmother Davis, I don't remember much
other than what I was told. I do remember going out there when he was up in
years and he was up on the roof making repairs. He had to stop when he had a
slight heart attack. Aunt Myrtle said he went out West I think she said and worked as a clerk in a store a relative ran. It might have been Uncle Johnny, but I'm not sure. West was anything west of Nacogdoches but it was probably more like San Antonio.

He was the oldest of 10 children, the son of John Oliver Davis and Amy Angeline "Angie" Britain.

I have some old pictures of the family. Some are pictures of him up on
scaffolding working on building the Excelsior School and Sardis Baptist Church.

Grandmother and Levi and Myrtle are in the picture. There is another picture of the day Sardis Baptist Church had a Baptizing in the Creek - Attoyac I think. At one time, I could figure out which one was Granddaddy.

I still have a little handmade high chair that was made for Granddaddy by his
father in 1883. I don't remember it from my childhood, but it came with me when we moved back to my Grandmother Muckleroy's after my father died. It was stored in their smokehouse until Aunt Adarene rescued it and restored it. Bugs had eaten the cowhide in the seat and she and her brother, Clifton, wove a new seat for it.


SSN: (3)

---------------------------------------------------------------------
WIFE NOTES: Fannie Bell WATSON
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (30 Jun 1888): (2,4-7)
Death (28 Jun 1968): Texas Death Record: Fannie Watson Davis June 28, 1968 -
#044340 - Nacogdoches(4)
Burial (29 Jun 1968): (4,8)
General: Death Certificate Information from Family Bible copied by Betty Davis
Stokes and since destroyed by vandals. Published in Redland Herald, Nacogdoches
Co., TX Tombstone - Old Salem Cem. Marriage License Personal Knowledge Betty
Davis Stokes

Sayings she said:
Early morning rain won't last long. It's like an old woman's dance.

----------------------------------------------------------------------
SOURCES
----------------------------------------------------------------------
1. Marriage License, San Augustine Co., TX.
2. Family Bible A. O. Davis, In possession of Myrtle Davis Parmley, Tyler,
TX, Copy of Family Pages in Stokes Library.
3. Social Security Death Index
(http://www.ancestry.com/ancestry/search/ssdi/ssdi_index.asp).
4. Death Certificate, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX.
5. Mary "Polly" (Archer) Jones Byrd, Narcissus Byrd Watson & W. W. Watson,
Newspaper Clipping of Information from Family Bible. In possession of Fannie
Bell Watson Davis. Copied by Betty and Jim Stokes in 1955. Bible destroyed by
vandals in burglary. Information sent to The Redland Herald, Kissin' Kuzzins
Column, Nacogdoches, Texas. Copy of article in Stokes Library. (Carolyn Ericson,
Kissin' Kuzzins, The Redland Herald, Nacogdoches, Texas).
6. W. W. Watson Family Bible, in possession of Ethel Cooper Hightower,
granddaughter.
7. Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX.
8. Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX. 
DAVIS, Beryl (I42015)
 
37140 ____________________________________________
From: Betty Stokes [mailto:betinhou@comcast.net]
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2008 4:36 PM
To: David@marshallgenealogy.org
Subject: slight spelling correction request

Hi David -

This is BETTY Lois Davis, daughter of William Levi Davis and Gerthie Clytie Muckleroy. Actually just Gerthie is ok for my mother, but I would appreciate it if you could change the spelling of my name FROM Bettie Lois Davis TO Betty Lois Davis. Small matter. If you don't get around to it, that is ok. Maybe the next time you replace it, you might fix that. I actually need to look over your database and see if I have any other corrections.

Since my aunt, my father's sister, died this year, I'm sending a group sheet for the family.

Unfortunately, time is short this time of year.

I hope you have a nice Christmas.

Betty Stokes in Houston

Family Group Sheet
===============================================================================
Husband: Archie Oliver DAVIS
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 5 Jan 1883 Sardis, San Augustine Co., TX
Census: 1910 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 3 Jan 1971 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: 4 Jan 1971 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Occupation: a farmer. He once was a store clerk
Marriage: 26 Jan 1908 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Father: John Oliver DAVIS (1854-1930)
Mother: Amy Angeline BRITAIN (1862-1951)
=========================================================================
Wife: Fannie Bell WATSON
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth: 30 Jun 1888 Ironosa, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 28 Jun 1968 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 29 Jun 1968 Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Father: William Washington "Billy" WATSON (1841-1910)
Mother: Narcisis BYRD (1850-1918)
=========================================================================
Children
=========================================================================
1 M William Levi DAVIS
Birth: 19 Sep 1909 Grigsby, Shelby Co., TX
Death: 24 Nov 1935 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Burial: 24 Nov 1935 Swift Cemetery, Swift, Nacogdoches Co., TX
Research Notes: Aug 2007 Betty Lois Davis Stokes
Spouse: Gerthie Clytie MUCKLEROY (1911-1992)
Marriage: 22 Dec 1930 Desoto Parish, LA
--------------------------------------------------------------------
2 F Myrtle B. DAVIS
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 22 Sep 2007 Tyler, Smith Co., TX
Burial: Nacogdoches, Texas
Spouse: Aaron SANDERS ( - )
Marriage: 29 Feb 1936 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Divorce: abt 1952
Spouse: Ray PARMLEY (1909-1987)
Marriage: 2 Aug 1952 Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX
--------------------------------------------------------------------
3 M Berl DAVIS twin of Myrtle
Birth: 24 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Death: 26 Feb 1911 San Augustine Co., TX
Burial: Old Salem Cem., San Augustine Co., TX
Marriage:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
4 F Alma V. DAVIS
Birth: 2 Jan 1928 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Death: 3 Apr 2001 Marshall, Harrison Co., TX
Burial: 7 Apr 2001 Algoma Cem-South, Marshall, TX
Spouse: Albert DIETERT ( - )
Marriage: abt 1946
Divorce: bef 1947
Spouse: Monroe Dee DEVORE (1926-1990)
Marriage: 10 Jul 1947
======================================================================
Prepared 8 Dec 2008 by:
Betty Davis Stokes
222 Big Hollow Ln.
Houston, TX 77042
713-787-5122
betinhou@comcast.net
=====================================================================

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
FAMILY NOTES
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Marriage (26 Jan 1908): License purchased on Jan. 20, 1908. Minister J. C.
Worsham, Marriage License, Vol. 4, p. 272, San Augustine Co., TX
(1)

------------------------------------------------------------------------
HUSBAND NOTES: Archie Oliver DAVIS
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth (5 Jan 1883): Archie Oliver & Fannie Bell Watson Davis Family Bible; John
O. Davis Family Bible in possession of Katy Davis Luman, Swift, TX; San
Augustine Co. 1900 Census; Beat No. 6, S D No. 8, ED 75, Sheet 4, 6th June 1900,
Household No. 70/70. John O. Davis, Head, wife Amy A.(2)
Death (3 Jan 1971): Texas Death Record: Archie Oliver Davis Jan 3, 1971 #005571,
Smith Co., TX
Death Certificate State File No. 05571 Archie Oliver Davis. Also Smith Co., TX ;

A. O. Davis Family Bible
Burial (4 Jan 1971): Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery located near County lines
between San Augustine, Shelby and Nacogdoches Counties, Texas;
Research Notes (Aug 2007): ARCHIE OLIVER DAVIS

As I remember, Granddaddy Davis was a quiet, slow moving man. When he talked and needed to take a slight break to get his thoughts together, he said "and er uh."

I was told his mother spoke the same way. He had a twinkle in his eye. I don't
remember his farming all that much because we usually arrived in the middle of
the day and he was not a young man any more. In earlier days, he farmed and had cows and chickens with Aunt Myrtle on the farm they had after WW II was over. Later, he had a garden and raised cows and took milk and produce into town to sell it.

My Aunt Adarene, my mother's sister, married George Van Burrows. George was a
teller at a Bank in Nacogdoches. When Granddaddy went to do banking, he always
waited in George's line. I think they asked about each other's families.

George thought a lot of him. His house was near the Burrows farm.

Other than visiting Granddaddy and Grandmother Davis, I don't remember much
other than what I was told. I do remember going out there when he was up in
years and he was up on the roof making repairs. He had to stop when he had a
slight heart attack. Aunt Myrtle said he went out West I think she said and worked as a clerk in a store a relative ran. It might have been Uncle Johnny, but I'm not sure. West was anything west of Nacogdoches but it was probably more like San Antonio.

He was the oldest of 10 children, the son of John Oliver Davis and Amy Angeline "Angie" Britain.

I have some old pictures of the family. Some are pictures of him up on
scaffolding working on building the Excelsior School and Sardis Baptist Church.

Grandmother and Levi and Myrtle are in the picture. There is another picture of the day Sardis Baptist Church had a Baptizing in the Creek - Attoyac I think. At one time, I could figure out which one was Granddaddy.

I still have a little handmade high chair that was made for Granddaddy by his
father in 1883. I don't remember it from my childhood, but it came with me when we moved back to my Grandmother Muckleroy's after my father died. It was stored in their smokehouse until Aunt Adarene rescued it and restored it. Bugs had eaten the cowhide in the seat and she and her brother, Clifton, wove a new seat for it.


SSN: (3)

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WIFE NOTES: Fannie Bell WATSON
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Birth (30 Jun 1888): (2,4-7)
Death (28 Jun 1968): Texas Death Record: Fannie Watson Davis June 28, 1968 -
#044340 - Nacogdoches(4)
Burial (29 Jun 1968): (4,8)
General: Death Certificate Information from Family Bible copied by Betty Davis
Stokes and since destroyed by vandals. Published in Redland Herald, Nacogdoches
Co., TX Tombstone - Old Salem Cem. Marriage License Personal Knowledge Betty
Davis Stokes

Sayings she said:
Early morning rain won't last long. It's like an old woman's dance.

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SOURCES
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1. Marriage License, San Augustine Co., TX.
2. Family Bible A. O. Davis, In possession of Myrtle Davis Parmley, Tyler,
TX, Copy of Family Pages in Stokes Library.
3. Social Security Death Index
(http://www.ancestry.com/ancestry/search/ssdi/ssdi_index.asp).
4. Death Certificate, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co., TX.
5. Mary "Polly" (Archer) Jones Byrd, Narcissus Byrd Watson & W. W. Watson,
Newspaper Clipping of Information from Family Bible. In possession of Fannie
Bell Watson Davis. Copied by Betty and Jim Stokes in 1955. Bible destroyed by
vandals in burglary. Information sent to The Redland Herald, Kissin' Kuzzins
Column, Nacogdoches, Texas. Copy of article in Stokes Library. (Carolyn Ericson,
Kissin' Kuzzins, The Redland Herald, Nacogdoches, Texas).
6. W. W. Watson Family Bible, in possession of Ethel Cooper Hightower,
granddaughter.
7. Tombstone, Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX.
8. Old Salem Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX. 
DAVIS, Alma V. (I42016)
 
37141 ________________________________________________
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. - 06/24/2006

Classification: Query

Message Board URL:

http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/Vdy.2ACEB/3516

Message Board Post:

Odessa Elliott

in re: Jemina Vanhoy We've now found John Vanhoy's Will. He names as his second wife Jemina, but does not give her maiden name. One of his children is Abraham Vanhoy husband of Verlinda Boswell Marshall; father of Martin, and grandfather of John Henry Vanhoy who married his second cousin Leatha O. Marshall.

John Vanhoy owned land in Kent Co, DE, on Little Neck Creek, and we've found an Abraham Vanhoy Sr. who owned land there in the early-mid 1700s. 
Jemina (I23402)
 
37142 _________________________________________________
-----Original Message----- From: Richard Fulp [mailto:brful@bellsouth.net] Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2009 10:17 AM To: David Marshall Subject: Marshall Family

David, I am home now and attached is some info you may use at the Marshall
Family site. What is there is first, my wife, then me, wife's sister, her
deceased husband, her brother, his wife (second) (note the item at the
bottom regarding his wife as listed in the Marshall Family) and finally my
wife's mother and father.

Each of these individuals is currently listed in the Marshall Family. I have
other info of this nature, but do not want to waste your time with items you
don't need. Any guidance from you would be helpful.

Dick Fulp


Barbara Ann Larrimore
Living
DOB: 3 February 1943

Richard Vance Fulp, Sr.
Living
DOB: 17 June 1942

Nancy Fare Fulp
Living
DOB: 21 August 1937

Neal Wayne Cope
Deceased
DOB: 5 September 1934
DOD: 11 December 2004

Richard Dean Larrimore
Living
DOB: 24 June 1934

Josephine A. Cable
Living

Richard Raymond Larrimore
Deceased
DOB: 27 September 1910
DOD: 10 June 1983
Buried: Goodwill Baptist Church
Forsyth County, NC

Edith Mae Hester
Deceased
DOB: 20 June 1913
DOD: 17 June 1985
Buried: Goodwill Baptist Church
Forsyth County, NC


David, this reflects data on me, my wife Barbara, her brother (Richard) and sister (Nancy) and their parents Edith and Raymond. Look at Richard Larrimore on your site. His spouse is given as ,Debbie. Richard’s son’s (Richard, Jr.) spouse is Debbie. Richard’s spouse is Jo (Josephine). 
LARRIMORE, Richard , Jr. (I42074)
 
37143 _________________________________________________
From: EMcalex131@aol.com (Edna Mcalexander)
Date: Sat 5/14/2005 5:08 PM

Here are a few minor changes you might like to make:
My father was Elkanah rather than Elkanna McAlexander (it's Biblical).
My brother Aaron married Glenda Kincaid (you didn't have her maiden name).
My sister Jeanie spelled her name with only one n.
My son Thomas Watts married Jamelle Reiser (not Rinker).
Dennis McAlexander's wife Sarah spelled her maiden name Branscombe.
David Lynn Harrell (husband of Patsy McAlexander) is the son of Mahlon Harrell.
My daughter Laurie Watts's son was Joel Anderson (9-18-84 to 11-7-02).
My daughter Lucinda Watts's daughter is Lauretta Navarro Watts (1-16-88).
I could spend hours browsing through the branches. You've done a great job putting it together. Thank you!
Those Marshall genes can be really tenacious. I have a photograph of my great-grandmother Fannie Marshall McAlexander when she was nine years old that could be a picture of my granddaughter Crystal Watts at the same age.

Edna McAlexander
Sarasota, Florida
emcalex131@aol.com 
ANDERSON (I41360)
 
37144 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WATTS, Lauretta Navarro (I41361)
 
37145 ___________________________________________________
From: Charlotte Hiatt
Date: Mon 5/23/2005 7:57 AM

Charlotte sent a chart of her line to Preston Marshall. The chart was in the form of a graphic, so I could not save it here. DWM 
MARSHALL, William (Fisher Bill) (I41363)
 
37146 ___________________________________________________
From: Charlotte Hiatt
Date: Mon 5/23/2005 7:57 AM

Charlotte sent a chart of her line to Preston Marshall. The chart was in the form of a graphic, so I could not save it here. DWM 
HENDRICK, Sarah Elizabeth (Betty) (I41364)
 
37147 ___________________________________________________
From: Charlotte Hiatt
Date: Mon 5/23/2005 7:57 AM

Charlotte sent a chart of her line to Preston Marshall. The chart was in the form of a graphic, so I could not save it here. DWM 
MARSHALL, Andrew Marshall (I41365)
 
37148 ___________________________________________________
From: Charlotte Hiatt
Date: Mon 5/23/2005 7:57 AM

Charlotte sent a chart of her line to Preston Marshall. The chart was in the form of a graphic, so I could not save it here. DWM 
MARSHALL, Permelia Ann (I41366)
 
37149 ___________________________________________________
From: Charlotte Hiatt
Date: Mon 5/23/2005 7:57 AM

Charlotte sent a chart of her line to Preston Marshall. The chart was in the form of a graphic, so I could not save it here. DWM 
MARSHALL, George (I41367)
 
37150 ___________________________________________________
From: Charlotte Hiatt
Date: Mon 5/23/2005 7:57 AM

Charlotte sent a chart of her line to Preston Marshall. The chart was in the form of a graphic, so I could not save it here. DWM 
MARSHALL, Clearn (I41368)
 

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