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37151 ____________________________________________
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
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Husband: Archie Oliver DAVIS
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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)
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Wife: Fannie Bell WATSON
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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)
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Children
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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
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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
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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:
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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
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Prepared 8 Dec 2008 by:
Betty Davis Stokes
222 Big Hollow Ln.
Houston, TX 77042
713-787-5122
betinhou@comcast.net
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FAMILY NOTES
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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)

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HUSBAND NOTES: Archie Oliver DAVIS
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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)
 
37152 ________________________________________________
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)
 
37153 _________________________________________________
-----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)
 
37154 _________________________________________________
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)
 
37155 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WATTS, Lauretta Navarro (I41361)
 
37156 ___________________________________________________
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)
 
37157 ___________________________________________________
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)
 
37158 ___________________________________________________
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)
 
37159 ___________________________________________________
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)
 
37160 ___________________________________________________
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)
 
37161 ___________________________________________________
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)
 
37162 ___________________________________________________
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, Cary (I41369)
 
37163 ___________________________________________________
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, Banner (I41370)
 
37164 ___________________________________________________
From: David Marshall [mailto:dmarshall3@sc.rr.com]
Sent: Friday, August 20, 2010 3:02 PM
To: 'Millie Barnhart'
Subject: RE: Robert Kossuth Marshall
147 West Idlewood Circle
West Columbia, SC 29170

Thanks.

David

________________________________________
From: Millie Barnhart [mailto:mdbarnhart@earthlink.net]
Sent: Friday, August 20, 2010 3:00 PM
To: 'David Marshall'
Subject: RE: Robert Kossuth Marshall

Your address is?

You need not send a donation until you receive the info. Thanks for understanding.

________________________________________
From: David Marshall [mailto:dmarshall3@sc.rr.com]
Sent: Friday, August 20, 2010 2:55 PM
To: 'Millie Barnhart'
Subject: RE: Robert Kossuth Marshall
Millie,

I am truly sorry about your brother. SO far all five of the children in my family and all five of the children in my wife?s family are still living. But we are all moving along in years.

I didn?t mean to sound disinterested in your information. In fact I am very interested in nailing down that part of my family and I would be glad to make a donation for that. Let me know how much and I will forward it. I was hoping to find children of theirs and try to contact them, but since they didn?t have any children that?s not possible.

Thank you for your kindness. I look forward to hearing from you again.


David Marshall

________________________________________
From: Millie Barnhart [mailto:mdbarnhart@earthlink.net]
Sent: Friday, August 20, 2010 2:31 PM
To: 'David Marshall'
Subject: RE: Robert Kossuth Marshall

David,

I'm sorry that I haven't gotten back to you but my brother passed away on Monday & this has been a very stressful week for my family.

I have gathered quite a bit of info that I mentioned in my emails to you & you didn't seem interested in it, so I didn't know what to make of your request. Our society does research for a donation plus copy & postage costs. I cannot scan the info to you, but could mail it if that's what you want. I didn't find a copy of the 1925 OWU yearbook to find his picture in it though. We only had the 1926 yearbook in our collections.

Please advise.
Millie

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From: David Marshall [mailto:dmarshall3@sc.rr.com]
Sent: Friday, August 20, 2010 12:18 PM
To: 'Millie Barnhart'
Subject: RE: Robert Kossuth Marshall
Millie,

DO you have Robert?s and Katherine?s obits that you can scan and send to me>

Thanks.


David Marshall

________________________________________
From: Millie Barnhart [mailto:mdbarnhart@earthlink.net]
Sent: Monday, August 16, 2010 8:03 AM
To: 'David Marshall'
Subject: RE: Robert Kossuth Marshall

I found Katherine Comstock, b. Sep 1899, with her mother, Adeline Comstock, in the 1900C, Hamilton, Butler Co OH - living with the Young family.... pg 195.
1910C, Columbus, Franklin Co OH, widowed Adeline Comstock & daughter, Katherine, 10, are on pg 8 with father, Irving R Earhart, living with them.
1920C, Adeline Comstock & daughter, Katherine, 20, are living in Columbus, Franklin Co OH - pg 256.
________________________________________
From: David Marshall [mailto:dmarshall3@sc.rr.com]
Sent: Sunday, August 15, 2010 11:27 PM
To: 'Millie Barnhart'
Subject: RE: Robert Kossuth Marshall
Millie,

I went to the Franklin County GenWeb page and looked at the list of cemeteries. Woodlawn is not listed there. What county is it in?


David Marshall
________________________________________
From: Millie Barnhart [mailto:mdbarnhart@earthlink.net]
Sent: Sunday, August 15, 2010 9:31 PM
To: 'David Marshall'
Subject: RE: Robert Kossuth Marshall

Hello David,

I have found some info on your cousin, Robert K Marshall. I haven't been able to find any children yet & have talked to folks who knew them & they don't believe there were any children born to this marriage. His wife, Kathryn, was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Columbus & my guess was that he is also buried there. I have copied his obit from the newspaper & will also get hers if you want it - his doesn't tell where he was buried.

They were very prominent people and entertained famous people from all over; they lived in a beautiful large brick home that even had an elevator in it. The outside walls and the inside partitions were "three bicks thick". I have a picture of it for you; along with a couple of pages from a history book, his obit in Delaware & Columbus newspapers; a few newspaper articles that mention his first book, parties he attended for Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowden, and where he bequeshed money to one of the colleges he attended. This week I will see if we have the 1925 Ohio Wesleyan yearbook since he was said to have graduated that year. Might be fun to find a college picture of him, right?

Millie
Corresponding Secretary/Researcher

________________________________________
From: David Marshall [mailto:dmarshall3@sc.rr.com]
Sent: Saturday, August 14, 2010 9:34 PM
To: genie@delawareohiohistory.com
Subject: Robert Kossuth Marshall
I found my cousin, Robert Kossuth Marshall in your death and burial list, (April 8, 1996) but there was not a cemetery listed. Can you direct me to sources that will give me that information as well as information about his wife and children? He married Katherine Comstock. I Have a genealogy web site www.marshallgenealogy.org but I have not been able to find information about Robert K.

Thank you.


David Marshall

 
MARSHALL, Robert Kossuth (I906)
 
37165 _____________________________________________________

From Linda Mitchell Keeter's Facebook post August 1, 2015

Yesterday, The Cedars' deed was officially passed from our family for the first time in 176 years. On Monday we packed the last of our earthly belongings and headed to our home on the NC Coast, where we hope to retire. Beginning with our auction in 2013, The Cedars move has been a journey filled with more emotion than I can describe and wrapping up for 5 generations has been no easy physical task. My husband, Gary Keeter & I have done everything in our power to close the Marshall chapter at The Cedars with dignity. I believe we have achieved that and I know in my heart that The Colonel & other spirits of those who toiled at The Cedars understand the weight of the task that fell to me. Surely they are well-pleased. No matter where I go, I will carry the extraordinary love and loyalty of the Marshall family, especially that of my mother, Helen, Aunt Earline, Uncle Jiggs and my sweet, jolly Uncle Luke. After 31 years of beautiful country living at The Cedars, we look forward to realizing our dream of simple island living & time just for US! We are grateful to pass the baton to a new owner who brings her own dreams for the future and appreciates nature, especially fine horses - just like the Colonel.
 
MARSHALL, Col. William Henry (I5947)
 

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