Descendants of John Dodson
by Jean Frazier Freshour
This includes ten generations.  Corrections and additions are appreciated. For information on later generations or living persons, please contact Jean Freshour at  jean83@bellsouth.net or 305-940-9672
Generation No. 1
1. John1 Dodson He married ?.
Notes for John Dodson:
Dodson means just what it says-son of Dodd.The names Dodd, Dodson, Dotson, Dobson, Dodgson are believed to be derivatives of the same name. It is believed that our line is Welsh.
Dodson were in the Northern Neck of Virginia at least by 1680. We know the first known record of our Dodsons is the making of a lease of land in 1680 by Charles dodson in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia. When this county was split into the counties of Essex and Richmond, records show Charles owned land in each, but resided in the North Farnham Parish of Richmond County. Many births, deaths, and marriages of Dodsons are recorded in the North Farnham Parish Register. Charles Dodson became a large land holder.
Child of John Dodson and ? is:
+ 2 i. Jesse2 Dodson, born Abt. 1623 in Yorkshire, England; died Abt. 1680 in Richmond County, Virginia.
  Generation No. 2
2. Jesse2 Dodson (John1) was born Abt. 1623 in Yorkshire, England, and died Abt. 1680 in Richmond County, Virginia. He married Judith Hagger, daughter of John Hagger and Alice Walker. She was born Abt. 1621 in Yorkshire, England.
Child of Jesse Dodson and Judith Hagger is:
+ 3 i. Charles3 Dodson,Sr., born Abt. 1649 in Rappahannock Co., Va. or possibility England; died 06 Feb 1704/05 in Richmond Co, Virginia/Rappahannock Co., Va..
  Generation No. 3
3. Charles3 Dodson,Sr. (Jesse2, John1)1,1 was born Abt. 1649 in Rappahannock Co., Va. or possibility England, and died 06 Feb 1704/05 in Richmond Co, Virginia/Rappahannock Co., Va.. He married Anne Elmore Bet. 1678 - 1680. She was born Abt. 1654 in Richmond Co, Virginia, and died in Virginia.
Notes for Charles Dodson,Sr.:
Charles Dodson became a large land holder.
will probated 06/02/1705/06- Charles left a will in which his wife Ann and eight children were named.
Children of Charles Dodson and Anne Elmore are:
+ 4 i. Charles4 Dodson, Jr., born 11 Jan 1678/79 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died 01 Aug 1715 in Richmond Co, Virginia.
5 ii. Anne Dodson, born Abt. 1680 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died Unknown.
+ 6 iii. Thomas Dodson, born 15 May 1681 in Rappahannock Co., Va./Richmond Co, Virginia; died Bef. 1743 in Richmond Co, Virginia.
7 iv. Bartholomew Richard Dodson, born Abt. 1683 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died Aft. 11 Jan 1700/01. He married Elizabeth Jasper/Clarke.
8 v. William Dodson, born Abt. 1685 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died Unknown.
9 vi. John Dodson, born Abt. 1687 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died Abt. 1784 in Shenandoah County, Virginia. He married Elizabeth Goad.
10 vii. Lambert Dodson, born Abt. 1689 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died Unknown. He married Sarah Harris.
11 viii. Elizabeth Dodson, born Abt. 1695 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died Unknown.
12 ix. Mary Dodson, born Abt. 1697 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died Bef. 1719.
  Generation No. 4
4. Charles4 Dodson, Jr. (Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 11 Jan 1678/79 in Richmond Co, Virginia, and died 01 Aug 1715 in Richmond Co, Virginia. He married Anne Stone. She was born Abt. 1679 in Richmond Co, Virginia, and died Abt. 1718.
Children of Charles Dodson and Anne Stone are:
+ 13 i. Charles5 Dodson, born 11 Jan 1700/01 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died 19 Aug 1772 in Richmond Co, Virginia.
14 ii. Mary Dodson, born Abt. 1707.
15 iii. William Dodson, born Abt. 1709.
16 iv. James Dodson, born Abt. 1711.
17 v. Fortunatus Dodson, born Abt. 1713.
18 vi. Anne Dodson, born 16 Jul 1715 in Richmond Co, Virginia.
  6. Thomas4 Dodson (Charles3, Jesse2, John1)2,3 was born 15 May 1681 in Rappahannock Co., Va./Richmond Co, Virginia, and died Bef. 1743 in Richmond Co, Virginia. He married Mary Smoot Durham4 01 Aug 1701 in Richmond County, Virginia, daughter of Thomas Durham and Dorothy Smoot. She was born 05 Jun 1686 in Old Rappahannock Co/Richmond Co, Virginia, and died in Pittsylvania Co., Va..
Notes for Thomas Dodson:
Thomas received 150 acres per his father's will. He and his wife continued to live in North Farnham Parish and add to their holdings.
Children of Thomas Dodson and Mary Durham are:
19 i. David5 Dodson, born Bet. 1701 - 1706 in Prob. Richmond County, Virginia; died Abt. 1783 in Prince William County, Virginia. He married Amy ? 03 Apr 1724.
Notes for David Dodson:
  Will probated 21/10/1783
+ 20 ii. George Dodson, born 31 Oct 1702 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died Abt. 1740.
+ 21 iii. Greenham Dodson, born Bet. 1705 - 1711 in North Farmham, Richmond, Virginia; died Unknown.
+ 22 iv. Thomas Dodson, Jr., born Abt. Oct 1707 in Richmond Co./ Rappahannock Co., Virginia; died 21 Oct 1783 in Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia.
+ 23 v. Alice Dodson, born Abt. 1708 in Richmond Co., Virginia.
24 vi. Mary Dodson, born 05 Oct 1715 in Richmond County, Virginia; died Abt. 1768. She married ? Oldham.
Notes for Mary Dodson:
will probated 25/10/1768
+ 25 vii. Abraham Dodson, born 04 Apr 1723 in North Farmham, Richmond, Virginia; died Abt. 1768 in Fauquier Co., Va..
+ 26 viii. Joshua Dodson, born 25 May 1725 in North Farmham, Richmond, Virginia; died 27 Apr 1791.
+ 27 ix. Elisha Dodson, born 22 Feb 1726/27 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died 27 Apr 1791 in Richmond Co., Virginia.
  Generation No. 5
13. Charles5 Dodson (Charles4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 11 Jan 1700/01 in Richmond Co, Virginia, and died 19 Aug 1772 in Richmond Co, Virginia. He married Ruth Dodson. She was born Abt. 1700, and died 12 Apr 1735.
Children of Charles Dodson and Ruth Dodson are:
28 i. Joseph6 Dodson, born 15 Nov 1719; died 02 Apr 1736.
+ 29 ii. Charles Dodson, born 20 Aug 1723 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died Abt. 1801 in Richmond Co, Virginia.
30 iii. Samuel Dodson, born Abt. Sep 1725; died Abt. 1726.
31 iv. Solomon Dodson, born 04 Dec 1727.
32 v. Margaret Dodson, born 23 Feb 1728/29; died 27 Feb 1748/49.
33 vi. Ruth Dodson, born 21 Sep 1734; died 12 Apr 1735.
  20. George5 Dodson (Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 31 Oct 1702 in Richmond Co, Virginia, and died Abt. 1740. He married Margaret Dagood 30 Apr 1726 in Richmond County, Virginia, daughter of Henry Dagood. She was born 30 Apr 1707.
Notes for George Dodson:
  Will dated 28/07/1740
Notes for Margaret Dagood:
  Will probated 21/10/1783
Children of George Dodson and Margaret Dagood are:
+ 34 i. Lazarus6 Dodson, born in Fauquier Co., Virginia; died Abt. 1828 in Giles County, Tennessee.
35 ii. Raleigh Dodson.
36 iii. Elisha Dodson.
  21. Greenham5 Dodson (Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Bet. 1705 - 1711 in North Farmham, Richmond, Virginia, and died Unknown. He married Elinor Hightower 25 Nov 1729, daughter of John Hightower.
Children of Greenham Dodson and Elinor Hightower are:
37 i. Hightower6 Dodson.
38 ii. George Dodson.
39 iii. William Dodson.
40 iv. Elinor Dodson. She married Col. Thomas Taylor.
41 v. Judith Dodson, born 06 Jan 1740/41.
+ 42 vi. Thomas Greenham Dodson, born Abt. 1742.
  22. Thomas5 Dodson, Jr. (Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)5 was born Abt. Oct 1707 in Richmond Co./ Rappahannock Co., Virginia, and died 21 Oct 1783 in Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia. He married (1) Elizabeth Rose6 03 Apr 1724 in Richmond County, Virginia, daughter of John Rose. She was born Abt. 1706 in Richmond Co, Virginia, and died Abt. 1766 in Fauquier Co., Virginia. He married (2) Ellenor ? Aft. 1769. She died Aft. 1783.
Notes for Thomas Dodson, Jr.:
Thomas and Rose were founding members of Broad Run Baptist church, Fauquier Co., Virginia. Three other Dodsons were also founding members. Broad Run Church is known today as "one of the two oldest churches in Virginia" . It is a large church near Warenton, Virginia on Highway 29 that leads into Washington, D.C.- Ruth Dodson Thomas
This mariage is recorded in the NFP register.
This family moved to Halifax. Virginia in the spring of 1766.
On June 22, 1773, Thomas Dodson, executed a bond with John Creel in the sum of 1000 pds. the condition being that Creel, his heirs,etc. would provide a place to live and proper maintenance for Thomas and his wife during their lifetime "which shall be the place whereon they now live or the place whereon they formerly lived or such a place as shall content them". At the same time Thomas conveyed to the Creels 200 acres on both sides of Birch Creek, Pittsylvania Co.
Children of Thomas Dodson and Elizabeth Rose are:
+ 43 i. Joseph6 Dodson, born 21 Feb 1724/25 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died Abt. 1773 in Halifax Co., Va..
+ 44 ii. Thomas Dodson, born 03 Oct 1728 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died Abt. 1815 in Hawkins Co., Tn..
45 iii. Mary Dodson, born 16 Jun 1730 in Richmond Co, Virginia. She married ? Childs.
46 iv. Elizabeth(Betty) Dodson, born 27 May 1732 in Richmond Co, Virginia. She married John Bennett.
47 v. Sarah Dodson, born 27 May 1732 in Richmond Co, Virginia. She married John Neville.
+ 48 vi. Alice (Alcy) Dodson, born Abt. 1734 in Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia; died Abt. 1792 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia.
+ 49 vii. William Dodson, born Abt. 1738 in Pittsylvania Co. or Prince William Co., Virginia; died 06 May 1832 in Iredell Co., N. C..
50 viii. George Dodson, born Bet. 1740 - 1742 in Pittsylvania Co, Virginia; died Abt. 1816.
+ 51 ix. Rev. Jesse Dodson, born 22 Nov 1752 in Faquier Co.,Virginia; died 22 Nov 1843 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
+ 52 x. Rhoda Dodson.
Child of Thomas Dodson and Ellenor ? is:
53 i. Rosanna6 Dodson, born Abt. 1723.
  23. Alice5 Dodson (Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1708 in Richmond Co., Virginia. She married William Creel 25 Nov 1729.
Child of Alice Dodson and William Creel is:
+ 54 i. John6 Creel, born 28 Feb 1750/51 in Richmond, Va.; died Abt. 1787 in Pittsylvania Co., Va..
  25. Abraham5 Dodson (Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)7 was born 04 Apr 1723 in North Farmham, Richmond, Virginia, and died Abt. 1768 in Fauquier Co., Va.. He married Barbara Russell.
Child of Abraham Dodson and Barbara Russell is:
+ 55 i. Enoch6 Dodson, born Abt. 1738; died 12 Apr 1816 in Abbeville, S. C..
  26. Joshua5 Dodson (Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 25 May 1725 in North Farmham, Richmond, Virginia, and died 27 Apr 1791. He married Ruth ?.
Children of Joshua Dodson and Ruth ? are:
+ 56 i. Charles6 Dodson, born 02 Feb 1746/47; died 02 May 1831 in North Carolina.
+ 57 ii. Isaac Dodson, born Abt. 1760.
+ 58 iii. Phoebe Dodson, born 24 Apr 1763.
  27. Elisha5 Dodson (Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)8 was born 22 Feb 1726/27 in Richmond Co, Virginia, and died 27 Apr 1791 in Richmond Co., Virginia. He married Sarah Averitt (Everett)9 in Richmond County, Virginia, daughter of William Averett and Margaret ?. She was born 13 Apr 1729 in Richmond Co, Virginia (North Farnham Parish).
Notes for Elisha Dodson:
In Aug 1807, Elisha, George, Greenham, Hightower, Thomas and Willis Dodson were among the signers on a petition"from the citizens of Duck River" to form Maury County, which was presented to the General Assembly of Tennessee. This source also identifies Elisha as a Revolutionary War soldier who once resided in Maury Co., Tn.(July 3, 1976 Bicentennial edition of the Daily Herald)
Notes for Sarah Averitt (Everett):
  Lived in Clarksville, Tennessee
Children of Elisha Dodson and Sarah (Everett) are:
59 i. Eleanor6 Dodson, born Abt. 1749 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died Bef. 1791 in Pittsylvania Co, Virginia. She married John Stamps.
+ 60 ii. Mary Margaret(Peggy) Dodson, born Abt. 1750.
61 iii. Lydia Dodson, born Abt. 1752 in Richmond Co, Virginia. She married John Waller.
+ 62 iv. Ruth Dodson, born 12 Dec 1754 in Fauquier Co, Virginia; died 22 Nov 1828 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
+ 63 v. Sarah Dodson, born Abt. 1758 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died 21 Sep 1835 in Giles, Tennessee.
64 vi. Jemima Dodson, born Abt. 1760 in Richmond Co, Virginia. She married Joshua Hardy.
65 vii. Tabitha Dodson, born Abt. 1762 in Halifax, Virginia; died Bef. 1791.
Notes for Tabitha Dodson:
  Unmarried
66 viii. Elisha Dodson, Jr., born Abt. 1764 in Halifax, Virginia; died 29 Dec 1837 in Maury Co., Tennessee. He married (1) Hannah Lawson 22 Oct 1789. He married (2) Mary Lipscomb Pettus Jordon Abt. 1832.
+ 67 ix. Presley Dodson, born Abt. 1766 in Halifax County, Virginia; died Abt. Dec 1837 in Maury Co., Tn..
68 x. William E. Dodson, born Abt. 1768 in Halifax, Virginia; died Abt. 1821 in Pittsylvania Co, Virginia. He married (1) Tabitha Hendrick. He married (2) Margaret Walters Russell.
Generation No. 6
29. Charles6 Dodson (Charles5, Charles4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 20 Aug 1723 in Richmond Co, Virginia, and died Abt. 1801 in Richmond Co, Virginia. He married Elizabeth ?.
Children of Charles Dodson and Elizabeth ? are:
69 i. Elizabeth7 Dodson.
70 ii. Joanna Dodson.
71 iii. Raleigh Dodson.
72 iv. Ruth Dodson.
73 v. Judith Dodson, born 03 Jun 1748.
+ 74 vi. James Booth Dodson, born 20 Jul 1750 in Richmond Co, Virginia; died Bef. Nov 1818 in Richmond Co, Virginia.
75 vii. Charles Dodson,5th, born 20 Aug 1752.
76 viii. Frances Dodson, born 25 Feb 1755.
77 ix. John Dodson, born 28 Apr 1757.
78 x. Alexander Dodson, born 14 Dec 1761.
  34. Lazarus6 Dodson (George5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born in Fauquier Co., Virginia, and died Abt. 1828 in Giles County, Tennessee. He married Alice (Alcy) Dodson, daughter of Thomas Dodson and Elizabeth Rose. She was born Abt. 1734 in Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia, and died Abt. 1792 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia.
Children of Lazarus Dodson and Alice Dodson are:
79 i. Margaret7 Dodson, born Abt. 1764. She married John Creel 17 Apr 1797 in Pittsylvania Co., Va..
+ 80 ii. Elisha Dodson, born Abt. 1759 in Fauquier Co., Virginia; died Abt. 1828 in Giles County, Tennessee.
  42. Thomas Greenham6 Dodson (Greenham5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1742. He married Sarah Dodson, daughter of Elisha Dodson and Sarah (Everett). She was born Abt. 1758 in Richmond Co, Virginia, and died 21 Sep 1835 in Giles, Tennessee.
Children of Thomas Dodson and Sarah Dodson are:
+ 81 i. Greenham7 Dodson, born 01 Oct 1783 in Virginia; died 03 Oct 1866 in Giles County, Tennessee.
+ 82 ii. Raleigh Dodson, died 07 Sep 1815 in Giles County, Tennessee.
83 iii. George Dodson, born Bef. 1775; died Abt. 1830.
Notes for George Dodson:
on the 1820 Williamson census but not found in 1830
84 iv. Elisha Dodson, born Abt. 1780 in Virginia; died Abt. May 1850 in Giles County, Tennessee. He married Ann Dodson 19 May 1808 in Maury Co., Tennessee; born Abt. 1792.
85 v. Hightower Dodson, born Abt. 1788 in Virginia; died Bet. 1876 - 1877 in Maury County, Tennessee. He married (1) Sarah Hanks; born 15 Mar 1790. He married (2) Sallie Dodson 04 Jul 1807 in Williamson Co., Tennessee; born Bet. 1790 - 1800; died Bet. 1830 - 1832.
Notes for Hightower Dodson:
War of 1812
86 vi. Jordan Dodson, born Abt. 1792 in North Carolina; died 25 May 1871 in Giles County, Tennessee. He married Polly Elton 21 Sep 1809 in Maury Co., Tennessee; born Abt. 1792 in South Carolina.
Notes for Jordan Dodson:
War of 1812
  43. Joseph6 Dodson (Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 21 Feb 1724/25 in Richmond Co, Virginia, and died Abt. 1773 in Halifax Co., Va.. He married (1) Martha Patty. He married (2) Ann/Martha ?.
Child of Joseph Dodson and Martha Patty is:
+ 87 i. Joseph7 Dodson, Jr., born Abt. 1771; died Abt. 1854.
  44. Thomas6 Dodson (Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 03 Oct 1728 in Richmond Co, Virginia, and died Abt. 1815 in Hawkins Co., Tn.. He married (1) Mary Dodson. He married (2) Mary Neville Abt. 1754.
Children of Thomas Dodson and Mary Neville are:
88 i. Thomas7 Dodson,1V, born Abt. 1754 in Richmond Co, Virginia.
89 ii. Jesse Dodson, born Abt. 1754 in Richmond Co., Virginia. He married Judith Combs 19 Mar 1794 in Halifax Co., Virginia.
90 iii. Leonard Dodson, born Abt. 1756 in Richmond Co., Virginia.
91 iv. Fanny Dodson, born Abt. 1760 in Richmond Co., Virginia.
92 v. Agatha Dodson, born Abt. 1762 in Halifax Co., Va..
93 vi. Samuel Dodson, born Abt. 1762 in Halifax Co., Va.; died in Kentucky.
94 vii. Betty Dodson, born Abt. 1764 in Halifax Co., Va..
95 viii. Rhoda Dodson, born Abt. 1767 in Richmond Co., Virginia.
96 ix. Winfred Dodson, born Abt. 1768 in Halifax Co., Va..
97 x. Alcy Dodson, born Abt. 1770 in Halifax Co., Va..
  48. Alice (Alcy)6 Dodson (Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1734 in Pittsylvania Co.,Virginia, and died Abt. 1792 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia. She married Lazarus Dodson, son of George Dodson and Margaret Dagood. He was born in Fauquier Co., Virginia, and died Abt. 1828 in Giles County, Tennessee.
Children are listed above under (34) Lazarus Dodson.
49. William6 Dodson (Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1738 in Pittsylvania Co. or Prince William Co., Virginia, and died 06 May 1832 in Iredell Co., N. C.. He married (1) Winifred Johnson 30 Nov 1763 in Fauquier Co., Va.. He married (2) Zilpha Bailey Aft. 1774.
Notes for William Dodson:
  settled in Iradell Co., N.C.
Children of William Dodson and Winifred Johnson are:
98 i. William7 Dodson, Jr..
99 ii. Rachel Dodson, born Abt. 1765.
100 iii. Winniefred Dodson, born Abt. 1767.
101 iv. Elijah Dodson, born Abt. 1767 in Richmond, Va.; died Abt. 1845 in Tennessee.
102 v. Sarah Dodson, born Abt. 1774.
Children of William Dodson and Zilpha Bailey are:
103 i. Rosannah7 Dodson.
104 ii. Mary Dodson.
105 iii. Ann Dodson.
106 iv. Elizabeth Dodson.
107 v. Elijah Dodson.
108 vi. Sallie Dodson, born Abt. 1774.
  51. Rev. Jesse6 Dodson (Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)10 was born 22 Nov 1752 in Faquier Co.,Virginia11, and died 22 Nov 1843 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. He married (1) Ruth Dodson12,12 Abt. 1774 in Prob. Pittsylvania Co., Va., daughter of Elisha Dodson and Sarah (Everett). She was born 12 Dec 1754 in Fauquier Co, Virginia, and died 22 Nov 1828 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. He married (2) Eleanor Sloan Aft. 1828 in Halifax/Pittsylvania, Virginia.
Notes for Rev. Jesse Dodson:
The Dodsons were cousins.
This family lived in Faquier County where Jesse was born.They moved on to Halifax/Pittsylvania area of Virginia, near Danville. From the Danville area they traveled West and South until they reached the Hawkins County area of Tennessee. From there they proceeded to the Cumberland Gap area near the Kentucky border then South until they reached Warren County, Tennessee. They were in Tennessee before it became a state in 1796.
A Baptist Preacher for 60 years.Jesse preached and established churches as he traveled. He helped to establish the North On Holston Baptist Church. In Claiborne County (then Hawkins) the Big Springs Church started by Tidance Lane, Jesse helped establish this church. In Warren County he helped establish the Collins Creek Church.
While they were living in Warren County, The Hiwassee Purchase opened up land in McMinn County. Tidance Lane had started another "Big Spring" Church and invited Jesse to come be the pastor. This church was near what is now Niota, Tennessee.
He was the founder of the Eastanallee Valley Baptist Church.Jesse's son, Elisha, gave the land for a church and the Eastanallee Church stands on the same spot today, a strong active church. The church has been rebuilt several times but the location remains the same. Across the road from the church is the old Matlock Cemetery where Jesse and Ruth and other family members are buried.
It is said that Jesse had the Welsh fire in him. Guess that means he was a "shouting preacher". It is also said that he did not believe in slavery and that when he inherited slaves, one from his father and others from his uncle/father-in-law he set them free saying that he thought that having a bill of sale for another man in your pocket waas not a good passport to heaven. Ruth , his wife, was a beauty, though small in stature.
A Jesse Dodson, b. 18/11/1805 d. 20/19/1884
Delialah Dodson b. 06/06/1812 d. 30/04/1880
were buried in South Liberty Cemetary in McMinn County.
Children of Rev. Dodson and Ruth Dodson are:
109 i. Nimrod7 Dodson13, born Abt. 1775 in Pittsylvania Co, Virginia; died 18 Jan 1837 in Warren Co., Tennessee. He married Elizabeth Chissum 21 Oct 1797 in Grainger Co., Tennessee.
110 ii. Elizabeth Dodson, born Abt. 1776 in Virginia; died Abt. May 1850 in Warren Co., Tennessee. She married Obadiah Jennings Abt. 1795.
111 iii. Elijah Dodson, born 27 Sep 1785 in Virginia; died Abt. 1858 in Warren Co., Tennessee. He married Sarah McGregor Abt. 1805.
+ 112 iv. Elisha Dodson, born 27 Sep 1785 in Virginia; died 27 Apr 1864 in Polk Co., Tennessee.
+ 113 v. Jesse Dodson, Jr., born 07 Mar 1791 in Grainger Co., Tennessee; died 03 Aug 1878 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
114 vi. William Dodson, born Abt. 1792 in Grainger Co., Tennessee; died in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
115 vii. Sarah Dodson, born 14 Jun 1795 in Grainger Co., Tennessee; died Abt. 1865 in McMinn County, Tennessee. She married William Matlock 23 Dec 1817 in Grainger County, Tennessee.
116 viii. Tabitha Dodson, born 19 Mar 1798 in Grainger Co., Tennessee; died 24 Nov 1839 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. She married John Rice 19 Aug 1819 in Bean Station, Tennessee.
117 ix. Sally Dodson, born Abt. 1800 in Grainger Co., Tennessee; died Abt. 1870 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. She married Jehu McGregor Bef. 1820.
+ 118 x. Ruth Dodson, born 01 Apr 1802 in Grainger Co., Tennessee; died 02 Mar 1885 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
  52. Rhoda6 Dodson (Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) She married (1) John Creel, son of William Creel and Alice Dodson. He was born 28 Feb 1750/51 in Richmond, Va., and died Abt. 1787 in Pittsylvania Co., Va.. She married (2) John Creel, son of Thomas Creel and Phoebe Dodson.
Children of Rhoda Dodson and John Creel are:
119 i. Elijah7 Creel.
120 ii. Molly Creel.
121 iii. Rhoda Creel.
122 iv. Micajah Creel.
123 v. John Creel. He married Margaret Dodson 17 Apr 1797 in Pittsylvania Co., Va.; born Abt. 1764.
124 vi. William Creel.
+ 125 vii. Thomas Creel.
  54. John6 Creel (Alice5 Dodson, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 28 Feb 1750/51 in Richmond, Va., and died Abt. 1787 in Pittsylvania Co., Va.. He married Rhoda Dodson, daughter of Thomas Dodson and Elizabeth Rose.
Children are listed above under (52) Rhoda Dodson.
55. Enoch6 Dodson (Abraham5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1738, and died 12 Apr 1816 in Abbeville, S. C.. He married Elizabeth ?.
Children of Enoch Dodson and Elizabeth ? are:
126 i. Nancy7 Dodson.
127 ii. James Dodson.
128 iii. Malinda Dodson.
129 iv. Mahaley Dodson.
130 v. Lucy Dodson.
131 vi. Mary Dodson.
132 vii. William Dodson, born Abt. 1781.
  56. Charles6 Dodson (Joshua5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 02 Feb 1746/47, and died 02 May 1831 in North Carolina. He married Lucy Morgan.
Child of Charles Dodson and Lucy Morgan is:
133 i. Armstead7 Dodson.
  57. Isaac6 Dodson (Joshua5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1760.
Children of Isaac Dodson are:
134 i. Nancy7 Dodson. She married (1) John Hagler. She married (2) William Griffin.
135 ii. Ruth Dodson. She married Joshua Creel.
  58. Phoebe6 Dodson (Joshua5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 24 Apr 1763. She married (1) Thomas Creel, son of John Creel and Rhoda Dodson. She married (2) Thomas Creel, son of John Creel and Rhoda Dodson.
Children of Phoebe Dodson and Thomas Creel are:
136 i. Joshua7 Creel. He married Ruth Dodson.
137 ii. Nancy Creel, born 24 Jul 1785.
138 iii. John Creel. He married Rhoda Dodson.
Children of Phoebe Dodson and Thomas Creel are:
139 i. Elizabeth7 Creel.
140 ii. Joshua Creel.
141 iii. Nancy Creel, born 24 Jul 1785.
  60. Mary Margaret(Peggy)6 Dodson (Elisha5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1750. She married (1) Fortunatus Dodson. She married (2) Raleigh Dodson, son of Thomas Dodson and Sarah Dodson. He died 07 Sep 1815 in Giles County, Tennessee.
Notes for Mary Margaret(Peggy) Dodson:
Appointed Adin. of the estate of Raleigh Dodston. This is thought to have been Raleigh Dodson, Sr. of Hawkins Co., Tn.son of George and Margaret Dagord Dodson.
Children of Mary Dodson and Raleigh Dodson are:
142 i. Unity7 Dodson, born Abt. 1779; died Abt. 1827.
143 ii. Eleanor Nelly Dodson, born 18 Mar 1780.
144 iii. Presley Dodson, born Abt. 1788.
145 iv. Bird Dodson, born 16 Sep 1790.
  62. Ruth6 Dodson (Elisha5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)14,14 was born 12 Dec 1754 in Fauquier Co, Virginia, and died 22 Nov 1828 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. She married Rev. Jesse Dodson15 Abt. 1774 in Prob. Pittsylvania Co., Va., son of Thomas Dodson and Elizabeth Rose. He was born 22 Nov 1752 in Faquier Co.,Virginia16, and died 22 Nov 1843 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
Notes for Rev. Jesse Dodson:
The Dodsons were cousins.
This family lived in Faquier County where Jesse was born.They moved on to Halifax/Pittsylvania area of Virginia, near Danville. From the Danville area they traveled West and South until they reached the Hawkins County area of Tennessee. From there they proceeded to the Cumberland Gap area near the Kentucky border then South until they reached Warren County, Tennessee. They were in Tennessee before it became a state in 1796.
A Baptist Preacher for 60 years.Jesse preached and established churches as he traveled. He helped to establish the North On Holston Baptist Church. In Claiborne County (then Hawkins) the Big Springs Church started by Tidance Lane, Jesse helped establish this church. In Warren County he helped establish the Collins Creek Church.
While they were living in Warren County, The Hiwassee Purchase opened up land in McMinn County. Tidance Lane had started another "Big Spring" Church and invited Jesse to come be the pastor. This church was near what is now Niota, Tennessee.
He was the founder of the Eastanallee Valley Baptist Church.Jesse's son, Elisha, gave the land for a church and the Eastanallee Church stands on the same spot today, a strong active church. The church has been rebuilt several times but the location remains the same. Across the road from the church is the old Matlock Cemetery where Jesse and Ruth and other family members are buried.
It is said that Jesse had the Welsh fire in him. Guess that means he was a "shouting preacher". It is also said that he did not believe in slavery and that when he inherited slaves, one from his father and others from his uncle/father-in-law he set them free saying that he thought that having a bill of sale for another man in your pocket waas not a good passport to heaven. Ruth , his wife, was a beauty, though small in stature.
A Jesse Dodson, b. 18/11/1805 d. 20/19/1884
Delialah Dodson b. 06/06/1812 d. 30/04/1880
were buried in South Liberty Cemetary in McMinn County.
Children are listed above under (51) Rev. Jesse Dodson.
63. Sarah6 Dodson (Elisha5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1758 in Richmond Co, Virginia, and died 21 Sep 1835 in Giles, Tennessee. She married Thomas Greenham Dodson, son of Greenham Dodson and Elinor Hightower. He was born Abt. 1742.
Children are listed above under (42) Thomas Greenham Dodson.
67. Presley6 Dodson (Elisha5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1766 in Halifax County, Virginia, and died Abt. Dec 1837 in Maury Co., Tn.. He married (1) Elizabeth Bates 22 Oct 1789 in Halifax County, Virginia, daughter of John Bates and Chole Mayes. She was born Abt. 1768 in Halifax County, Virginia, and died Abt. 1823 in Alabama. He married (2) Ann C. Davis 24 Nov 1824 in Halifax County, Virginia, daughter of Asa Davis. He married (3) Ann Harper 15 Oct 1831.
Children of Presley Dodson and Elizabeth Bates are:
+ 146 i. Coleman7 Dodson, born Abt. 1795 in Halifax County/ Pittsylvania, Virginia; died Abt. 1846 in Autauga Co., Alabama.
+ 147 ii. Fleming Dodson, born Abt. 1790 in Halifax County, Virginia; died 07 May 1861 in Autauga Co., Alabama.
148 iii. Jerome Dodson, born Abt. 1792 in Halifax County, Virginia; died 11 Mar 1838 in Dixon Co., Tennessee. He married Margaret Tate 04 Aug 1826.
149 iv. Elizabeth Alford Dodson, born Abt. 1808 in Halifax County, Virginia; died 15 Mar 1878 in Madison Co., Mississippi. She married Ephraim Wallace 03 Feb 1825 in Autauga County, Alabama.
Children of Presley Dodson and Ann Davis are:
150 i. Catherine7 Dodson, born Bet. 1824 - 1829.
151 ii. Elisha Dodson, born Bet. 1824 - 1829.
Children of Presley Dodson and Ann Harper are:
152 i. Mary Ann7 Dodson.
153 ii. George W. Dodson, born Abt. 1832.
154 iii. Andrew Jackson Dodson, born Abt. 1833.
  Generation No. 7
74. James Booth7 Dodson (Charles6, Charles5, Charles4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 20 Jul 1750 in Richmond Co, Virginia, and died Bef. Nov 1818 in Richmond Co, Virginia. He married (1) Winifred Bryant. She was born Abt. 1755, and died Bef. 1819 in Richmond Co, Virginia. He married (2) Elizabeth Betsy Watts 29 Jun 1816 in Northumberland Co., Va..
Children of James Dodson and Winifred Bryant are:
155 i. Alfred8 Dodson.
156 ii. Catherine Dodson.
157 iii. Matilda Dodson.
158 iv. Richard Dodson.
159 v. Raleigh Dodson, born Aft. 1773 in Richmond Co, Virginia.
160 vi. William Dodson, born 08 Feb 1773 in Richmond Co, Virginia.
161 vii. James Booth "Jammy" Dodson, born 10 Dec 1780; died Abt. 1815.
162 viii. Sarah Alyhood "Sally" Dodson, born 28 Feb 1783.
163 ix. Frances "Fanny" Dodson, born 30 Dec 1785.
+ 164 x. Launcelot "Lott" Dodson, born 14 Aug 1802 in Virginia; died 20 Oct 1886 in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama.
  80. Elisha7 Dodson (Lazarus6, George5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)17 was born Abt. 1759 in Fauquier Co., Virginia, and died Abt. 1828 in Giles County, Tennessee. He married Rachel Henry.
Children of Elisha Dodson and Rachel Henry are:
165 i. Samuel H.8 Dodson, born 22 Jun 1784; died 02 Sep 1863 in Lawrence Co., Tennessee. He married (1) Betsy McDaniel 06 Dec 1808; born 02 Dec 1790; died 27 Sep 1827. He married (2) Sarah Chaney 28 Aug 1828; died Bef. 1850.
166 ii. Reuben Dodson, born 06 Oct 1781 in Va./Hawkins Co., Tennessee; died Abt. 1854 in Atta;a Co., Mississippi. He married Nancy McConnico 14 Oct 1805; born 26 Sep 1792 in Lunenburg Co., Virginia; died 23 Dec 1879.
167 iii. Lazarus Dodson, born Abt. 1778 in Attaa Co., Mississippi; died in Attaa Co., Mississippi. He married Mary Williamson; born Abt. 1784; died Abt. 1859 in Attaa Co., Mississippi.
  81. Greenham7 Dodson (Thomas Greenham6, Greenham5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 01 Oct 1783 in Virginia, and died 03 Oct 1866 in Giles County, Tennessee. He married Marcy Brooks 09 Jan 1808 in Maury Co., Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1793, and died 26 Feb 1874 in Giles County, Tennessee.
Notes for Greenham Dodson:
War of 1812. His wife later received a pension.
Children of Greenham Dodson and Marcy Brooks are:
168 i. Raliegh8 Dodson, born Abt. 1824 in Tennessee; died 18 Mar 1896.
169 ii. Polly A. Dodson, born Abt. 1829.
170 iii. Caladonia Dodson, born 01 Feb 1832; died 18 Feb 1899.
+ 171 iv. Whitfield Dodson, born 31 Oct 1834; died 18 Feb 1873.
172 v. W. W. Dodson, born 05 Mar 1825; died 18 Mar 1896 in Giles County, Tennessee.
173 vi. Candis Dodson, born 01 Aug 1828; died 06 Mar 1840 in Giles County, Tennessee.
  82. Raleigh7 Dodson (Thomas Greenham6, Greenham5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) died 07 Sep 1815 in Giles County, Tennessee. He married Mary Margaret(Peggy) Dodson, daughter of Elisha Dodson and Sarah (Everett). She was born Abt. 1750.
Notes for Mary Margaret(Peggy) Dodson:
Appointed Adin. of the estate of Raleigh Dodston. This is thought to have been Raleigh Dodson, Sr. of Hawkins Co., Tn.son of George and Margaret Dagord Dodson.
Children are listed above under (60) Mary Margaret(Peggy) Dodson.
87. Joseph7 Dodson, Jr. (Joseph6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)18 was born Abt. 1771, and died Abt. 1854. He married Sarah Richardson. She died Abt. 1818.
Child of Joseph Dodson and Sarah Richardson is:
+ 174 i. Eli8 Dodson, born 25 Jun 1798 in Halifax Co., Virginia; died 07 Oct 1862 in Hickman Co., Tennessee.
  112. Elisha7 Dodson (Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 27 Sep 1785 in Virginia, and died 27 Apr 1864 in Polk Co., Tennessee. He married Mary Matlock 03 Nov 1803 in Grainger Co., Tennessee. She died in Polk Co., Tennessee.
Notes for Elisha Dodson:
This is the Elisha who gave the land for Eastanallee Baptist Church.
Children of Elisha Dodson and Mary Matlock are:
175 i. Elizabeth8 Dodson, born 30 Dec 1804 in Grainger Co., Tennessee; died 30 Jun 1871 in Cassville, Mo..
176 ii. William L. Dodson, born 17 Dec 1807 in Warren Co., Tennessee; died 29 Aug 1873 in McMinn County, Tennessee. He married Mary ?; born in South Carolina.
177 iii. Nicholas P. Dodson, born Abt. 1808 in Warren Co., Tennessee.
178 iv. Warren Dodson, born Abt. 1811 in Warren Co., Tennessee; died 04 Apr 1855 in Polk Co., Tennessee.
179 v. Charles Dodson, born Abt. 1812 in Warren Co., Tennessee.
180 vi. Henry M. Dodson, born Abt. 1813 in Grainger Co., Tennessee; died Abt. 1857 in McDonald Co., Missouri.
181 vii. Mahala Dodson, born Abt. 1814 in Warren Co., Tennessee.
182 viii. Sarah Dodson, born Abt. 1814 in Warren Co., Tennessee.
183 ix. Tabitha Dodson, born Abt. 1818 in Warren Co., Tennessee.
184 x. Harriet A. Dodson, born 23 Mar 1820 in Warren Co., Tennessee; died 20 May 1859 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
+ 185 xi. John Matlock Dodson, born 22 Feb 1822 in Warren Co., Tennessee; died 15 May 1894.
186 xii. Jesse Allen Dodson, born Abt. 1824 in Warren Co., Tennessee; died Abt. 1882 in Carroll Co., Ark.. He married Mary Elizabeth Scott Abt. 1861 in Bell Co., Tx..
187 xiii. Caroline Dodson, born 06 Jun 1826 in Warren Co., Tennessee; died 27 Oct 1913.
188 xiv. Martha Dodson, born Abt. 1828 in Warren Co., Tennessee.
189 xv. Mary Ann Dodson, born 23 Jun 1830 in Warren Co., Tennessee; died 07 Nov 1887.
190 xvi. Eliza Jane Dodson, born Abt. Jun 1833 in Warren Co., Tennessee; died 18 Feb 1854.
  113. Jesse7 Dodson, Jr. (Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)19 was born 07 Mar 1791 in Grainger Co., Tennessee, and died 03 Aug 1878 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. He married Mary Newton Abt. 1810 in McMinn Co., Tennessee. She was born 28 Nov 1790, and died 04 Dec 1862 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
Children of Jesse Dodson and Mary Newton are:
+ 191 i. Levi Buford8 Dodson, born 22 Jul 1811 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 03 May 1893 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
192 ii. Louisa Dodson, born 23 Nov 1812.
193 iii. Nimrod Dodson, born 28 Feb 1814; died 16 May 1881 in McMinn County, Tennessee. He married Margaret Ann Haley Grigsby 06 Jun 1843 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
194 iv. Andrew Jackson Dodson, born 29 Apr 1816; died Aft. 1880 in McMinn County, Tennessee. He married Sallie Stephenson Hederson 05 Jul 1870.
195 v. William C. Dodson, born 13 Jan 1818 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 12 Sep 1846 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
Notes for William C. Dodson:
joined the Baptist Church at 8 years of age
+ 196 vi. Edward A."Neddy" Dodson, born 22 Feb 1821 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 16 Aug 1899 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
197 vii. Jesse Washington Dodson, born 24 Apr 1823; died 30 Aug 1898. He married Elizabeth Jane McKamey.
198 viii. Rebecca Catherine Dodson, born 26 May 1825; died 28 Jul 1902. She married Daniel Parkinson 16 Sep 1843.
199 ix. Wilford C. Dodson, born 29 Dec 1827 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 24 Jun 1858 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. He married Lusinee Porter 24 Jan 1854.
200 x. E. Charles Dodson, born 15 Sep 1829 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 10 Aug 1851 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
Notes for E. Charles Dodson:
age 21 yrs, 10 mos., 28 days
201 xi. James Dodson, born 19 Mar 1832 in Tennessee; died 20 Mar 1872 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
Notes for James Dodson:
never married
  118. Ruth7 Dodson (Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)20 was born 01 Apr 1802 in Grainger Co., Tennessee, and died 02 Mar 1885 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. She married Allen Ware21,22 Abt. 1820 in Tennessee23, son of Rowland Ware and Temperance (White/Allen). He was born 15 Mar 1800 in Montgomery Co., N. C., and died 26 Feb 1885 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
Notes for Allen Ware:
  Tn.Deed Book P, p152 -26/07/1869 Allen Ware to John R. Ware: farm, stock and all personal property: Allen and his wife Rutha are both getting old and "yet they are hale and hearty and bid fare to live many years." John R. agrees to support Allen and Rutha for 15 years, giving them plenty of good food either at John R.'s table, or food to cook themselves, also to furnish them three suits of clothes every year--- I am to also pay Allen two dollars in money for spending money each and every month for 15 years, also a horse and buggy when they wish to ride.
Children of Ruth Dodson and Allen Ware are:
+ 202 i. Merrit Roland8 Ware, born 04 Aug 1820 in Tennessee; died Abt. 1906 in Vernon, Texas ( Eastview Cem.).
+ 203 ii. Jesse Allen Ware, born 23 Jun 1822 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 17 Oct 1906 in Dallas, Texas.
204 iii. Polly Ann Ware, born 22 Sep 1824 in McMinn Co., Tennessee; died Abt. 1847 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. She married (1) Joseph Couch 17 Mar 1841. She married (2) Eli Dixon 15 Oct 1842.
+ 205 iv. Nancy Ruth Ware, born 01 Nov 1826 in McMinn Co., Tennessee; died 17 Oct 1879 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
+ 206 v. William Jay Ware, born 22 Feb 1829 in McMinn County, Tennessee; died 08 Dec 1904 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
207 vi. Tempy P. Ware, born 22 Mar 1831 in McMinn County, Tennessee; died Abt. 1831 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
Notes for Tempy P. Ware:
died as an infant
208 vii. Sarah Jane Ware, born 09 Jan 1833 in McMinn County, Tennessee. She married (1) Thomas Gibson Cowden. She married (2) John M. Anderson 09 Nov 1848. She married (3) John C. Gibson 22 Dec 1853.
+ 209 viii. Macksey Elizabeth Ware (Maxie), born 12 Jun 1835 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 08 Oct 1883 in Webster or McDonald Co.,Mo./Benton Co., Ark..
+ 210 ix. Jasper M. Ware, born 08 Oct 1837 in McMinn County, Tennessee; died 21 Aug 1885 in Benton Co., Ark..
+ 211 x. Eliza Tourni Cuma Ware, born 05 May 1840 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
212 xi. Martha E. Ware, born 31 Dec 1842 in McMinn County, Tennessee. She married Duke Warde.
+ 213 xii. John Roland Ware, born 30 Aug 1844 in McMinn County, Tennessee; died 16 Jan 1904 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
+ 214 xiii. Susan A.C. Ware, born 03 Dec 1847 in McMinn County, Tennessee; died 29 Aug 1935 in Iola, Kansas.
  125. Thomas7 Creel (John6, Alice5 Dodson, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) He married (1) Phoebe Dodson, daughter of Joshua Dodson and Ruth ?. She was born 24 Apr 1763. He married (2) Phoebe Dodson, daughter of Joshua Dodson and Ruth ?. She was born 24 Apr 1763.
Children are listed above under (58) Phoebe Dodson.
Children are listed above under (58) Phoebe Dodson.
146. Coleman7 Dodson (Presley6, Elisha5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1795 in Halifax County/ Pittsylvania, Virginia, and died Abt. 1846 in Autauga Co., Alabama. He married Lavina Hammonds 24 Sep 1818 in Wilkes County, Georgia, daughter of John Hammonds and Barbara Aylor. She was born Abt. 1801 in Georgia, and died 04 Oct 1871 in Autauga Co., Alabama.
Children of Coleman Dodson and Lavina Hammonds are:
215 i. Ann8 Dodson.
216 ii. Elizabeth Dodson. She married James E. Smith Abt. 1848 in Autauga County, Alabama.
217 iii. Mary Dodson.
218 iv. Nancy B. Dodson, born 12 Apr 1820; died 10 Aug 1876. She married John Hanson Poole 12 Jan 1838 in Autauga County, Alabama; born 19 Jul 1809 in Georgia; died 02 Jul 1883 in Autauga Co., Alabama.
219 v. Lavinia Susan Dodson, born Abt. 1826 in Alabama. She married William T. Jones Abt. 1852 in Autauga County, Alabama.
220 vi. Andrew Jackson Dodson, born Abt. 1829 in Alabama.
+ 221 vii. Napoleon Bonaparte Dodson, born Abt. 1834 in Alabama; died Abt. 1862.
+ 222 viii. Sarah Jane Dodson, born Abt. 1836 in Alabama.
+ 223 ix. George Washington Dodson, born 28 Jun 1840 in Autauga Co., Alabama; died 29 Jan 1905 in Upshur Co., Texas.
224 x. Martha L. Dodson, born Abt. 1843 in Alabama. She married John H. Jones Abt. 1866.
  147. Fleming7 Dodson (Presley6, Elisha5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1790 in Halifax County, Virginia, and died 07 May 1861 in Autauga Co., Alabama. He married Margaret Hammons Abt. 1816 in Georgia, daughter of John Hammonds and Barbara Aylor. She was born Abt. 1798 in Georgia, and died in Autauga Co., Alabama/Jefferson County, Missouri.
Children of Fleming Dodson and Margaret Hammons are:
225 i. James Riley8 Dodson, born 10 Feb 1823 in Alabama; died 15 May 1903 in Jefferson County, Missouri. He married Mary E. M. Bevis 17 Jul 1846 in Jefferson County, Missouri.
226 ii. John Dodson, born Abt. 1817 in Alabama; died 06 Jun 1889 in Jefferson County, Missouri. He married Mary ? Abt. 1876 in Tennessee.
227 iii. William Henry Dodson, born 18 Feb 1828 in Alabama; died 20 Nov 1892 in Jefferson County, Missouri. He married Narcissus Adaline Hensley 17 Sep 1848 in Jefferson County, Missouri; born 02 May 1829 in Virginia.
228 iv. Mary Ann Dodson, born 14 Sep 1830 in Tennessee; died 29 Feb 1924 in Missouri. She married Peter Dewitt; born Abt. 1824 in Missouri.
229 v. Fleming B. Dodson, born Abt. 1831.
230 vi. George W. Dodson, born 07 Mar 1836; died 02 Mar 1907 in Jefferson County, Missouri. He married (1) Mary Williams; born Abt. 1835 in Missouri. He married (2) Catherine J. Callahan.
231 vii. Francis M. Dodson, born Abt. 1840 in Tennessee.
  Generation No. 8
164. Launcelot "Lott"8 Dodson (James Booth7, Charles6, Charles5, Charles4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 14 Aug 1802 in Virginia, and died 20 Oct 1886 in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama. He married Hebziba Holmes. She was born Abt. 1806, and died Bef. 1850 in Georgia.
Children of Launcelot Dodson and Hebziba Holmes are:
232 i. Lydia Jane9 Dodson, born 05 Sep 1826 in Georgia; died 17 Sep 1888. She married (1) James A. Lowery; died Bef. 21 Jun 1880. She married (2) Lorenzo Dow Hardin; born Abt. 1827 in Georgia; died Bef. 12 Aug 1859 in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama.
233 ii. Mary Ann Dodson, born Abt. 1827 in Georgia.
+ 234 iii. Martha A. Dodson, born Abt. 1828 in Georgia.
  171. Whitfield8 Dodson (Greenham7, Thomas Greenham6, Greenham5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 31 Oct 1834, and died 18 Feb 1873. He married Martha E. ?.
Child of Whitfield Dodson and Martha ? is:
235 i. James Raliegh9 Dodson, born 11 Jun 1861; died 14 Nov 1874 in Giles County, Tennessee.
  174. Eli8 Dodson (Joseph7, Joseph6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)24 was born 25 Jun 1798 in Halifax Co., Virginia, and died 07 Oct 1862 in Hickman Co., Tennessee. He married Frances L. Davis 20 Dec 1821 in Pittsylvania Co., Va., daughter of Asa Davis and Frances Lipscomb. She was born 07 Aug 1801 in Nottaway Co., Va., and died 22 Nov 1892 in Obion Co., Tennessee.
Child of Eli Dodson and Frances Davis is:
+ 236 i. Sarah Ann9 Dodson, born 05 Feb 1824 in Halifax, Virginia; died 10 Jun 1852 in Hickman Co., Tennessee.
  185. John Matlock8 Dodson (Elisha7, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 22 Feb 1822 in Warren Co., Tennessee, and died 15 May 1894. He married ?.
Children of John Dodson and ? are:
237 i. Elizabeth9 Dodson, born Abt. 1858.
238 ii. Charles Dodson, born Abt. 1860.
  191. Levi Buford8 Dodson (Jesse7, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 22 Jul 1811 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 03 May 1893 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. He married (1) Mary Mount 29 Oct 1829. He married (2) Mary Ann Anderson 15 May 1849. She was born 24 Mar 1822, and died 08 Sep 1894 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
Children of Levi Dodson and Mary Mount are:
239 i. Thomas M.9 Dodson, born 21 Aug 1830; died 30 Apr 1906. He married (1) Sarah Mary Burlison 09 Aug 1855. He married (2) Eliza Egglintine Stephenson 21 Mar 1886.
240 ii. Martha Jane Dodson, born 12 Dec 1832; died 08 Sep 1894. She married P.J./R.J. Grubb.
241 iii. Harriet Parilee Dodson, born 29 Oct 1834; died 22 Apr 1915. She married Leonard Carruth.
242 iv. Infant Son Dodson, born 27 Jan 1836; died 27 Jan 1836.
243 v. Christopher C. Dodson, born 04 Jul 1838; died 10 May 1840.
244 vi. Elizabeth Dodson, born 22 Jun 1840; died 01 Oct 1843.
245 vii. Rebecca Catherine Dodson, born 01 Sep 1842. She married Rev. Caleb Hoyle.
246 viii. Sarah Ann Dodson, born 11 Sep 1844; died 11 Dec 1925. She married James Forrest Long.
247 ix. Infant Dodson, born 27 Jan 1856; died 27 Jan 1856.
248 x. James Wilford Dodson, born 03 Jan 1857; died 16 Dec 1908 in Fort Oglethorope, Georgia. He married Ida Belle Owen; born 13 Sep 1873; died 03 Jan 1948.
Notes for James Wilford Dodson:
died of tuberculosis
Ruth Dodson Thomas said that her dad lived with his Uncle Wilford when he was sick so he could help his Aunt Ida care for Wilford.
249 xi. Mary Graves Dodson, born 16 Aug 1858; died 17 Jun 1880.
250 xii. Infant Dodson, born 08 Mar 1862; died 08 Mar 1862.
+ 251 xiii. William Robert Lee Dodson, born 21 Jul 1864 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 01 Feb 1936 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
  196. Edward A."Neddy"8 Dodson (Jesse7, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)25 was born 22 Feb 1821 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 16 Aug 1899 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. He married Rachel Caroline Forrest 22 Jul 1845 in McMinn Co., Tennessee, daughter of Richard Forrest and Sally Matlock. She was born Abt. 1826 in Tennessee.
Notes for Edward A."Neddy" Dodson:
lived in Warren County but moved to McMinn by 1860.
Children of Edward Dodson and Rachel Forrest are:
252 i. Mary A.9 Dodson, born Abt. 1846 in Warren Co., Tennessee.
253 ii. Jesse Roland Dodson, born Abt. 1849 in Warren Co., Tennessee.
254 iii. William Calvin Dodson, born 30 Nov 1851 in Warren Co., Tennessee; died Abt. 1918 in Bradley Co., Tennessee.
255 iv. Sarah Dodson, born Abt. 1854.
256 v. Charles Dodson, born Abt. 1856.
257 vi. Willard Dodson, born Abt. 1858.
258 vii. John Dodson, born 06 Aug 1864 in Warren Co., Tennessee; died 21 Mar 1921.
  202. Merrit Roland8 Ware (Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)26 was born 04 Aug 1820 in Tennessee, and died Abt. 1906 in Vernon, Texas ( Eastview Cem.). He married Sarah Jane Pearce 23 Jan 1839 in McMinn Co.,Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1825 in Tennessee, and died 07 Oct 1867 in McMinn Co., Tennessee.
Notes for Merrit Roland Ware:
  Merritt moved to Pineville, Missouri, McDonald Co., sometime in the 1850's
Children of Merrit Ware and Sarah Pearce are:
+ 259 i. James Allan9 Ware, born 29 Feb 1840 in McMinn Co., Tennessee; died 10 May 1885 in Wilbarger Co., Tx..
260 ii. William Jasper Ware, born Abt. Dec 1841 in Tennessee.
261 iii. Robert F. Ware27, born Abt. 1843 in Tennessee.
Notes for Robert F. Ware:
  He was scalped and murdered by Indians during the Civil War.
+ 262 iv. Hamilton Price Ware, born Abt. Apr 1844 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 06 Oct 1929 in Fannin, Tx..
263 v. Elizabeth(lisaphene) Ware, born Abt. 1848 in Missouri. She married William Thornton.
264 vi. Jesse M. Ware, born Abt. 1850.
Notes for Jesse M. Ware:
  Jesse was crippled.
265 vii. Mo Ware, born Bet. 1850 - 1854.
266 viii. Rutha Mandy Ware, born Abt. 1854 in Missouri. She married Pleasant R. Patterson.
+ 267 ix. Murett Denford Ware, born 20 Aug 1856 in Pineville, Missouri; died 04 Jun 1946 in Mobeetie, Tx. (Old Fort Cem.).
268 x. Demp Ware, born Abt. 1858 in Pineville, Missouri (McDonald Co.).
269 xi. Susan Ware, born Abt. 1860 in Missouri.
270 xii. Price Ware, born Abt. 1863 in Missouri.
  203. Jesse Allen8 Ware (Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)28 was born 23 Jun 1822 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 17 Oct 1906 in Dallas, Texas. He married Margaret (Peggy) Long 24 Jan 1842 in McMinn Co., Tennessee. She was born 27 Jan 1825 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 24 Jan 1891 in Fannin Co., Texas29.
Children of Jesse Ware and Margaret Long are:
+ 271 i. Mary Elizabeth9 Ware, born 06 Mar 1843 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 02 Mar 1929 in Newburg, Yamhill Co., Oregon.
+ 272 ii. Martha Jane Ware, born 13 Nov 1844 in McMinn County, Tennessee; died 11 Mar 1916.
273 iii. Nancy Lois Ware, born 24 Dec 1846 in McMinn County, Tennessee; died Dec 1884.
274 iv. Robert L. Ware, born Abt. 1849 in McMinn County, Tennessee; died Abt. 1929.
+ 275 v. Rutha Anne Cynthea Ware, born 21 Dec 1851 in Tennessee; died 21 Jan 1930 in Merkel, Taylor Co., Texas.
276 vi. William J. Ware, born Abt. 1855 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. He married N.E. Peebles 01 Jan 1881.
277 vii. Francis J. Ware, born Abt. 1857 in Missouri. He married Mary E. ?.
278 viii. George W. Ware, born Abt. 1859 in McDonald Co., Missouri; died Abt. 1936. He married Genevieve ?.
  205. Nancy Ruth8 Ware (Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)30 was born 01 Nov 1826 in McMinn Co., Tennessee31, and died 17 Oct 1879 in Bradley County, Tennessee. She married Philip Frazier32,32 24 Dec 1844 in Bradley County, Tennessee, son of Samuel Frazier and ? Allison. He was born 13 Mar 1821 in Guilford Co., North Carolina33, and died 02 Nov 1889 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
Notes for Philip Frazier:
One source has a 2nd marriage to Lizzie Boalch?
This family was active in the Methodist Church. Just when the Quaker Fraziers became Methodist is not known. Philip was a farmer. He is buried at the Bethel Methodist Cemetery in Bradley, Tennessee.
In the late 1700 and early 1800 some of the Fraziers began to marry outside of the Quaker Church and they were removed from fellowship.
1850 Bradley County Census:
Phillip Frazier, 29, Farmer born in North Carolina
Nancy, 24, born in Tennessee
Sarah M., 5
Martha E. 3
Mary E. 1
Davis A. Frazier, 18 (probably Philip's brother)
Martha 11 (probably Philip's sister)
Children of Nancy Ware and Philip Frazier are:
279 i. Sarah Malisia9 Frazier, born 11 Nov 1845 in Bradley County Tennessee; died 04 May 1877 in Bradley County Tennessee.
+ 280 ii. Martha Elizabeth Frazier, born 26 Apr 1847 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 18 Apr 1922.
+ 281 iii. Mary Emaline Frazier, born 26 Apr 1849 in Bradley County Tennessee; died Aft. 1920 in Bradley County Tennessee.
+ 282 iv. Francis Asbury Frazier, born 05 May 1851 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 17 Jan 1921 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
283 v. Ruth Ann Frazier, born 12 Oct 1853 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 04 May 1876 in Bradley County Tennessee.
+ 284 vi. Samuel Allen Frazier, born 18 Sep 1856 in Bradley County Tennessee; died 24 May 1912 in Whitfield County, Dalton, Georgia.
285 vii. Martin Davis Frazier, born 28 Nov 1858 in Bradley County Tennessee; died 27 Sep 1935. He married Nancy Emaline Stamper 15 Dec 1881 in Bradley County, Tennessee; born 28 Aug 1852 in Tennessee; died 07 Jan 1937.
Notes for Martin Davis Frazier:
Listed with Martin and Emma on the 1900 census is
Lou Carson age 28 widow -sister
Rella age 8 -niece,daughter of Martin's sister, Lou Jeanette
No children
also have marriage date of 1883
+ 286 viii. Thomas Rolen Frazier, born 05 Oct 1861 in Bradley County Tennessee; died 19 Jan 1930 in Knox County, Tennessee(New Gray Cemetary).
+ 287 ix. Rebecca Jane Frazier, born 05 Jul 1865 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
+ 288 x. William Barttin Frazier, born 19 Oct 1868 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 07 Aug 1943.
+ 289 xi. Lou Jeanette Frazier, born 07 Mar 1872 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 13 Apr 1954 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
  206. William Jay8 Ware (Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 22 Feb 1829 in McMinn County, Tennessee, and died 08 Dec 1904 in McMinn County, Tennessee. He married Anna S. Caldwell 20 Dec 1849 in McMinn Co., Tennessee. She was born 06 Jun 1826 in McMinn County, Tennessee, and died 23 Dec 1904 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
Notes for William Jay Ware:
William Jay Ware was a Baptist minister.
Children of William Ware and Anna Caldwell are:
290 i. Willliam E.9 Ware, born Abt. 1851.
291 ii. Nancy J. Ware, born 30 Jan 1852 in McMinn County, Tennessee; died 05 Nov 1863 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
292 iii. Rutha C. Ware, born 18 Oct 1853 in McMinn County, Tennessee; died 27 Oct 1855 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
293 iv. Sarah Adeline Ware, born Abt. 1855.
+ 294 v. Allen C. Ware, born 01 Nov 1856 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 30 Jul 1900 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
295 vi. Harriet Ware, born Abt. 1858.
296 vii. Martha Ware, born Abt. 1860.
297 viii. William Ware, born Abt. 1862.
298 ix. Mary Ware, born Abt. 1865.
299 x. Alice Ware, born Abt. 1867.
  209. Macksey Elizabeth Ware8 (Maxie) (Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)34 was born 12 Jun 1835 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 08 Oct 1883 in Webster or McDonald Co.,Mo./Benton Co., Ark.. She married Samuel Lane35 16 Apr 1851 in McMinn County, Tennessee, son of John Lane and Elizabeth Callie. He was born Abt. 1828 in Tennessee, and died Abt. 1912 in Noblesville, Noble County, Oklahoma.
Children of Macksey (Maxie) and Samuel Lane are:
+ 300 i. Francis Newton9 Lane.
301 ii. Ruth Lane, born Abt. 1854.
+ 302 iii. James Allen Bud Lane, born 06 Jun 1855 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 18 Dec 1928 in Collin Co., Texas.
303 iv. John Lane, born Abt. 1856.
304 v. May Lane, born Abt. 185936.
  210. Jasper M.8 Ware (Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 08 Oct 1837 in McMinn County, Tennessee, and died 21 Aug 1885 in Benton Co., Ark.. He married Elizabeth E. Cate36 15 May 1856 in McMinn Co., Tennessee. She was born 01 Apr 1838 in Tennessee, and died 08 Jun 1924.
Notes for Jasper M. Ware:
  Was killed by Indians
Children of Jasper Ware and Elizabeth Cate are:
305 i. Rutha Jane9 Ware, born Abt. Feb 1857; died Abt. 1947. She married John Wilson.
306 ii. Susan E. Ware, born Abt. 1859.
+ 307 iii. Allen G. Ware, born 05 Jan 1861 in Tennessee; died 09 Feb 1926 in Perry County, Arkansas.
308 iv. Emma Ware, born Abt. 1864.
309 v. John Ware, born Abt. 1869.
  211. Eliza Tourni Cuma8 Ware (Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)37 was born 05 May 1840 in McMinn County, Tennessee. She married Francis S. Ray38 30 Dec 1854.
Notes for Eliza Tourni Cuma Ware:
I have had e-mails that make me think that Eliza was Indian and adopted into this family. Cuma was her Indian tribe and Tourni was her last name.
Dear Jean,
I really don't know anything about her except that her daughter was my great grandmother. She was supposed to be indian. The Tourni's were a Quaker clan that adopted indian children and raised them as white. My great grandmother's initials were MRT and she married Leonidus Walker (Lonnie). She is listed in the marriage records at the McMinn County courthouse. They butchered her name in the census and called her Tennie, but her real name was Tourni also. I am going to contact the Indian tribal information for Bradley county and see if I can find where Eliza Tourni Cuma was adopted. I think that Cuma would have been her Indian tribe and Tourni was probably her last name. I do have a picture of my great grandmother. She had two boys, Renso and Charles. I am not sure of the spelling of Renso, they called him Ren and I have no contact with his family although I am going to try. I will email you a listing as soon as I get it.
Thank you very much.
Sincerely,
Janice Walker Fillmore
Child of Eliza Ware and Francis Ray is:
+ 310 i. Tourni9 Ray.
  213. John Roland8 Ware (Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)39 was born 30 Aug 1844 in McMinn County, Tennessee, and died 16 Jan 1904 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. He married Sarah Jane Davis39 12 Jan 1867. She was born 26 Mar 1844, and died 17 Oct 1932 in McMinn Co., Tennessee.
Notes for John Roland Ware:
Buried near Roland Ware.
Children of John Ware and Sarah Davis are:
+ 311 i. Mary Elizabeth9 Ware, born 18 Feb 1868 in McMinn Co., Tennessee; died 29 Dec 1944 in McMinn Co., Tennessee.
312 ii. Allen Ware, born Abt. 1870; died 04 Jun 1905 in Texas/Arkansas. He married Ellen Lee.
313 iii. William Albert Ware, born 05 Mar 1871 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 12 Aug 1873 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
+ 314 iv. Jesse Ruel Ware, born Abt. Apr 1873 in McMinn Co., Tennessee; died 29 Apr 1934 in McMinn Co., Tennessee.
+ 315 v. John Lee Ware, born 20 May 1875 in McMinn Co., Tennessee; died 21 Sep 1944 in McMinn Co., Tennessee.
+ 316 vi. Hoarce Lee Ware, born 12 Jun 1877 in McMinn Co., Tennessee; died 02 Dec 1952 in McMinn Co., Tennessee.
+ 317 vii. Charles Francis Ware, born 17 Jan 1879 in McMinn Co., Tennessee; died 16 Jun 1973 in McMinn Co., Tennessee.
318 viii. Joseph Newton Ware, born 24 May 1882 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 21 Aug 1885 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
+ 319 ix. Walter L. Ware, born 03 Jan 1888 in McMinn Co., Tennessee; died Abt. 1962 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
  214. Susan A.C.8 Ware (Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 03 Dec 1847 in McMinn County, Tennessee, and died 29 Aug 1935 in Iola, Kansas. She married Harvey Doak Duggan 06 Jul 1862 in McMinn Co., Tennessee, son of William Duggan and Matilda Brown. He was born Abt. 1842 in Monroe Co., Tennessee, and died Abt. 1917 in Iola, Kansas (Iola Cem.).
Children of Susan Ware and Harvey Duggan are:
+ 320 i. Henry Allan9 Duggan, born 28 Mar 1863 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 07 Aug 1933 in Walla Walla, Washington.
+ 321 ii. James Roland Duggan, born 09 Dec 1864 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 17 Mar 1944 in Iola, Kansas (Iola Cem.).
+ 322 iii. Sally R. J. Duggan, born 03 Jul 1867 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died Abt. Aug 1957 in Oklahoma City, Ok..
323 iv. Elizabeth Alice Duggan, born 05 Apr 1870 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 13 Aug 1948 in Moran, Ks.. She married Elmer E. Thompson.
+ 324 v. William Jasper Duggan, born 13 Mar 1872 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 13 Jun 1949 in Humbolt, Ks. (Moran Cem.).
325 vi. Mary Emma Duggan, born 01 Sep 1874 in Neosho, Mo.; died 13 May 1932 in Iola, Kansas (Iola Cem.). She married Ed Irving.
326 vii. Elizabeth Louretta Duggan, born 05 Oct 1877.
327 viii. Margaret Ellen Duggan, born 19 Nov 1879. She married George Golden Hart.
+ 328 ix. Birdie May Duggan, born 27 Jul 1881 in Cass Co., Mo.; died 21 Jan 1913 in Pawnee Rock, Ks..
+ 329 x. George Edward Duggan, born 17 Oct 1883 in Freeman, Mo.; died 06 Sep 1952 in Clatskanie, Oregon (Iola Cem.).
+ 330 xi. John Lewis Duggan, born 02 Oct 1885 in Freeman, Mo.; died 23 Aug 1959 in Iola, Kansas (Iola Cem.).
+ 331 xii. Butler Everett Duggan, born 23 Jul 1888 in Freeman, Mo.; died Abt. Oct 1965 in Corenelous, Oregon.
+ 332 xiii. Samuel Russell Duggan, born 06 Mar 1892 in Freeman, Mo.; died Abt. Apr 1979 in Corenelous, Oregon.
  221. Napoleon Bonaparte8 Dodson (Coleman7, Presley6, Elisha5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1834 in Alabama, and died Abt. 1862. He married Elizabeth Susan Poole 03 Jan 1860 in Autauga County, Alabama, daughter of Adam Poole and Elizabeth Lemmon. She was born 07 Oct 1841 in Tuscaloose Co., Alabama, and died 27 Feb 1926 in Birmingham, Alabama.
Child of Napoleon Dodson and Elizabeth Poole is:
333 i. William Andrew9 Dodson, born 28 Jul 1861 in Autauga Co., Alabama; died 11 Jun 1923 in Falkville, Alabama. He married Sara Ellen Tapscott 22 Feb 1890 in Birmingham, Alabama.
  222. Sarah Jane8 Dodson (Coleman7, Presley6, Elisha5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1836 in Alabama. She married Elisha W. Turner40 16 Feb 1854 in Autauga County, Alabama. He was born Bet. 1820 - 1823 in Georgia, and died Abt. 1874.
Children of Sarah Dodson and Elisha Turner are:
334 i. Elisha William9 Turner, born 03 Mar 1864 in Alabama; died 09 Mar 1907 in Alabama. He married Teary Carmalee Taylor 15 Oct 1885 in Camp Co., Texas; born 22 Feb 1867 in Mount Pleasant, Texas; died 28 Nov 1955 in Wewoka, Oklahoma.
335 ii. Emma Turner, born Abt. 1856 in Alabama.
336 iii. Thomas J. Turner, born 24 Oct 1856 in Alabama; died 29 Nov 1907. He married ? ?; born 16 Aug 1856; died 07 Jun 1942.
337 iv. Washington W. Turner, born 05 May 1860 in Alabama; died 01 Jun 1942. He married (1) Carrie ?. He married (2) Malinda D. Hart; born 07 Aug 1862; died 15 Jan 1895.
338 v. Edia/Lavenia Turner, born Bet. 1866 - 1867 in Alabama.
339 vi. Josephine Turner, born Bet. 1867 - 1869 in Alabama.
340 vii. Anna Turner, born Abt. 1871 in Alabama.
  223. George Washington8 Dodson (Coleman7, Presley6, Elisha5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)41 was born 28 Jun 1840 in Autauga Co., Alabama, and died 29 Jan 1905 in Upshur Co., Texas. He married Margaret Ann Poole 02 Jan 186842, daughter of Adam Poole and Elizabeth Lemmon. She was born 01 Jan 1850 in Tusca;oose County, Alabama, and died 01 Feb 1898 in Upshur Co., Texas.
Child of George Dodson and Margaret Poole is:
341 i. David Munchausin9 Dodson, born 26 Oct 1868 in Autauga Co., Alabama.
  Generation No. 9
234. Martha A.9 Dodson (Launcelot "Lott"8, James Booth7, Charles6, Charles5, Charles4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1828 in Georgia. She married (1) James A. Lowery. He died Bef. 21 Jun 1880. She married (2) Lorenzo Dow Hardin. He was born Abt. 1827 in Georgia, and died Bef. 12 Aug 1859 in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama.
Children of Martha Dodson and Lorenzo Hardin are:
+ 342 i. Saylor Hespa Albertin10 Hardin, born 29 Jul 1852 in Merriweather Co., Georgia; died 18 Feb 1945 in Haskall Co., Oklahoma.
343 ii. Augustus Lorenzo Dow Hardin, born Abt. 1855 in Georgia; died Abt. 1918.
344 iii. Margaret A. M. Hardin, born Abt. 1858.
  236. Sarah Ann9 Dodson (Eli8, Joseph7, Joseph6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 05 Feb 1824 in Halifax, Virginia, and died 10 Jun 1852 in Hickman Co., Tennessee. She married Capt. John A. Oliver43 11 Apr 1839 in Maury Co., Tennessee.
Notes for Capt. John A. Oliver:
Capt. John A. Oliver(Confed.) CSA died in prison in St. Louis, Mo. Lived around Hickman Co. Tennessee and moved to Decaturville area at some point.
Child of Sarah Dodson and Capt. Oliver is:
+ 345 i. Amanda Keziah10 Oliver, born 12 Feb 1849; died 28 Feb 1928.
  251. William Robert Lee9 Dodson (Levi Buford8, Jesse7, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)44 was born 21 Jul 1864 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 01 Feb 1936 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. He married Mary Elizabeth Ware44 23 Aug 1885 in McMinn County, Tennessee, daughter of John Ware and Sarah Davis. She was born 18 Feb 1868 in McMinn Co., Tennessee, and died 29 Dec 1944 in McMinn Co., Tennessee.
Notes for Mary Elizabeth Ware:
The only girl and the grandmother of Ruth Dodson Thomas who sent me this information. She stayed on at the home place after she married.
Children of William Dodson and Mary Ware are:
346 i. John Albert Levi10 Dodson, born 31 May 1886 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 12 Jan 1973 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
+ 347 ii. Sam Ivins Dodson, born 15 Nov 1887 in McMinn County, Tennessee; died 08 Aug 1957 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
+ 348 iii. Clarence Eugene Dodson, born 23 Nov 1889 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 21 Sep 1961 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
349 iv. Horace Calvin Dodson, born 17 Oct 1891 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 06 Oct 1976 in Englewood, Tennessee. He married Minnie Womack 18 Sep 1921.
350 v. Charles Clifford Dodson, born 07 Oct 1893 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 19 Nov 1895 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
351 vi. Jesse Clay Dodson, born 15 Nov 1895 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 05 Nov 1970 in Dallas, Texas. He married Vercie Mae Hutcherson 15 Jun 1927 in Texas.
352 vii. Grace Lee Dodson, born 24 Sep 1897 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 25 Nov 1934 in Bradley County, Tennessee. She married Carl Samples.
353 viii. Luther Dodson45, born 06 May 1901 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 15 Apr 1902 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
354 ix. Carl Hubert Dodson45, born 22 May 1903 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 20 Apr 1991 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. He married M. Hazel Gutherie 21 Apr 1945.
355 x. Mary Rella Dodson, born 22 Feb 1906 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 22 Dec 1995 in Anderson County, Tennessee. She married Roy Knox 08 Nov 1929 in Charleston, Tennessee.
356 xi. Tommy Ulys Dodson45, born 06 Jul 1909 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 31 Jul 1941 in Maryville, Tennessee.
Notes for Tommy Ulys Dodson:
died in car/motorcycle accident
never married
  259. James Allan9 Ware (Merrit Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 29 Feb 1840 in McMinn Co., Tennessee, and died 10 May 1885 in Wilbarger Co., Tx.. He married (1) Sarah Ann Williams Abt. 1864 in Missouri. He married (2) Sarah Bradford 22 Feb 1868.
Notes for James Allan Ware:
  Fought in the Civil War
Children of James Ware and Sarah Williams are:
+ 357 i. John Merrit10 Ware, born 10 Feb 1864 in Kirksville, Mo. or McDonald County; died 17 Jan 1933 in Craig Co., Ok. (Pleasant Hill Cem.).
358 ii. Mary Elizaphine Ware, born 01 May 1867.
359 iii. Laura Jane Ware, born 23 Jun 1874.
Children of James Ware and Sarah Bradford are:
360 i. Sarah Missouri10 Ware, born 09 Aug 1869.
+ 361 ii. James Richard Ware, born 27 Jul 1869 in Southwest City, Missouri; died 18 Aug 1956 in Idaho County, Id..
362 iii. Maude T. Ware, born 29 May 1881.
  262. Hamilton Price9 Ware (Merrit Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. Apr 1844 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 06 Oct 1929 in Fannin, Tx.. He married Ella Mae White 02 Jul 1871 in Texas.
Notes for Hamilton Price Ware:
  He fought in the Civil War.
Children of Hamilton Ware and Ella White are:
363 i. Amanda10 Ware, born Abt. 1874.
364 ii. Sarah Ware, born Abt. 1875.
365 iii. John Henry Ware, born Abt. 1876.
366 iv. Annie Belle Ware, born 29 Dec 1878.
367 v. James L. Ware, born Abt. Mar 1880.
368 vi. Thomas H. Ware, born Abt. Aug 1881.
369 vii. Maysie G. Ware, born Abt. Nov 1883.
370 viii. Ella M. Ware, born Abt. Aug 1886.
371 ix. Albert M. Ware, born Abt. May 1888.
  267. Murett Denford9 Ware (Merrit Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)46 was born 20 Aug 1856 in Pineville, Missouri, and died 04 Jun 1946 in Mobeetie, Tx. (Old Fort Cem.). He married (1) Mary J. ?. He married (2) Lynn Violet Wooten 18 Feb 1888. She was born 10 Dec 1869, and died Abt. Jun 1963.
Notes for Murett Denford Ware:
  He was out working on his fence when he died.
Children of Murett Ware and Mary ? are:
+ 372 i. Laura10 Ware.
373 ii. James Ware.
+ 374 iii. William Jesse Ware, born 28 Nov 1879; died Abt. 1939.
Children of Murett Ware and Lynn Wooten are:
375 i. Maude10 Ware, born 08 May 1889; died Abt. 1975. She married Perry Piece.
+ 376 ii. Gus Ware, born 20 Jan 1892; died 14 May 1996.
377 iii. Verna Ware, born 18 Feb 1895; died 08 Sep 1977. She married Charlie Linton Abt. Jun 1914.
378 iv. Gordon Matthew Ware, born 15 Oct 1897; died Abt. Aug 1983. He married Lillian Thompson 06 Nov 1915.
+ 379 v. Clyde Taylor Ware, born 15 Jan 1900; died 12 Oct 1989 in Clovis, New Mexico.
380 vi. Elmer Rollin Ware, born 12 Mar 1902. He married Ruth Clark Abt. 1927.
381 vii. Earl Matthew Ware, born 15 Apr 1904; died Abt. Nov 1962. He married Jerry Windom.
382 viii. Anabel Ware, born 08 Jun 1906; died 21 Jul 1985 in Mobeetie, Tx..
383 ix. Archie Newton Ware, born 12 Dec 1908; died 12 Nov 1985.
384 x. Ethyl Ruth Ware, born 04 Feb 1911. She married (1) Pat Patterson. She married (2) ? Hooper.
  271. Mary Elizabeth9 Ware (Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 06 Mar 1843 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 02 Mar 1929 in Newburg, Yamhill Co., Oregon. She married Joseph Castle Stephens47 03 Apr 1862 in McDonald Co., Missouri, son of Andrew Stephens and Catherine Stringer. He was born 22 Sep 1839 in Bradley Co., Tennessee, and died 06 Feb 1906 in Clarkston, Asotin Co., Washington.
Notes for Joseph Castle Stephens:
  School teacher and farmer
Children of Mary Ware and Joseph Stephens are:
385 i. Allen Daniel10 Stephens, born 12 Mar 1867 in Harmin Co., Texas; died 28 Feb 1948 in Lewiston, Nezperce Co., Idaho. He married Mary Ann Reibold 02 Jun 1889 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., Idaho.
+ 386 ii. Margarette Catherine Nora Stephens, born 02 Aug 1869 in Benton Co. Arkansas; died 07 Apr 1943 in Cottonwood, Idaho Co., Idaho.
+ 387 iii. Harley Joseph Stephens, born 21 Jul 1871 in Benton Co. Arkansas; died 09 Aug 1944 in McMinnville, Oregon (Evergreen Cemetary).
+ 388 iv. Fannie Lois Stephens, born 29 Mar 1874 in Tennessee; died 07 Mar 1964 in Portland, Oregon.
+ 389 v. George William Stephens, born 17 Sep 1876 in Benton Co. Arkansas; died 18 Sep 1945 in Calddwell, Canyon Co., Idaho.
+ 390 vi. John Franklin Stephens, born 17 Nov 1878 in McDonald Co., Missouri; died 24 Jan 1924 in Wilder, Canyon Co., Idaho.
+ 391 vii. Ida Lela Gertrude Stephens, born 13 Jan 1882 in Southwest City, McDonald Co., Missouri; died 26 Apr 1976 in Lewiston, Nezperce Co., Idaho.
  272. Martha Jane9 Ware (Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 13 Nov 1844 in McMinn County, Tennessee, and died 11 Mar 1916. She married Louis Beavers.
Children of Martha Ware and Louis Beavers are:
392 i. Robert10 Beavers.
393 ii. James Beavers.
394 iii. George Beavers.
395 iv. Margaret Beavers.
396 v. Alice Beavers.
397 vi. William Beavers.
398 vii. Frank Beavers.
399 viii. Rutha Beavers. She married Julius Bates.
  275. Rutha Anne Cynthea9 Ware (Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)48 was born 21 Dec 1851 in Tennessee, and died 21 Jan 1930 in Merkel, Taylor Co., Texas. She married Jesse Cicerro Brown49 12 Oct 1873 in Benton Co., Ark.. He was born Abt. 1849 in Tennessee, and died Abt. 1926.
Children of Rutha Ware and Jesse Brown are:
400 i. Lova10 Brown. She married Joe Burt Coker.
+ 401 ii. John Allen Brown, born 22 Jun 1874 in Benton Co., Ark..
+ 402 iii. Margaret Elizabeth Brown, born 26 Feb 1876 in Benton Co., Ark.; died 22 Mar 1969 in Merkel, Tx..
+ 403 iv. Mary Jane Brown, born 06 Feb 1878 in Benton Co., Ark.; died Abt. 1953.
+ 404 v. George Leroy Brown, born 18 Apr 1879 in Benton Co., Ark.; died Abt. 1920.
+ 405 vi. Will Newton Brown, born 22 Jun 1881 in Benton Co., Ark.; died 20 Jul 1906.
406 vii. Jesse Ernest Brown, born 09 Apr 1884; died 27 Feb 1908.
+ 407 viii. Bertha Elizabeth Brown, born 12 Apr 1886 in Benton Co., Ark..
+ 408 ix. Guy Lenary Brown, born 23 Apr 1888 in Fannon Co., Tx..
+ 409 x. Charles Elmer Brown, born 16 Jan 1890 in Fannon Co., Tx..
+ 410 xi. Carl Blair Brown, born 03 May 1893; died Abt. 1974.
  280. Martha Elizabeth9 Frazier (Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 26 Apr 1847 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 18 Apr 1922. She married Samuel Lafayette Brewer50 07 Feb 1867. He was born 30 Sep 1843 in North Carolina, and died 19 Mar 1913.
Children of Martha Frazier and Samuel Brewer are:
411 i. Volney10 Brewer, born 12 Dec 1868 in Murray County,Georgia.
412 ii. Alba Lee Brewer, born 07 Jul 1870 in Murray County,Georgia.
+ 413 iii. Columbia Augustine Brewer, born 05 Nov 1871 in Murray County,Georgia; died Abt. 1948.
414 iv. Ashberry Manton Brewer, born 03 Mar 1873 in Murray County,Georgia.
415 v. Lilly A. Brewer, born 11 Aug 1874 in Murray County,Georgia.
416 vi. Hubard S. Brewer, born 01 Jul 1876 in Murray County,Georgia.
417 vii. Fanny Buler Brewer, born 09 Jul 1878 in Murray County,Georgia.
418 viii. Clifford Bascombe Brewer, born 17 Mar 1880 in Murray County,Georgia.
419 ix. Elmer C. Brewer, born 01 Aug 1882 in Murray County,Georgia.
420 x. Ellen May Brewer, born 30 Jan 1885 in Murray County,Georgia.
421 xi. John H. Logan Brewer, born 16 Oct 1886 in Murray County,Georgia.
422 xii. Estella V. Brewer, born 08 May 1889 in Murray County,Georgia.
  281. Mary Emaline9 Frazier (Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 26 Apr 1849 in Bradley County Tennessee, and died Aft. 1920 in Bradley County Tennessee. She married Robert Wilson Stamper 20 Dec 1871 in Bradley County, Tennessee, son of Asa Stamper and Mary Moore. He was born 03 May 1846 in Tennessee, and died 20 Apr 1906.
Notes for Mary Emaline Frazier:
Sometimes listed as Mary.
Children of Mary Frazier and Robert Stamper are:
423 i. Winston10 Stamper.
424 ii. Charles Edward Stamper, born May 1882 in Tennessee.
425 iii. Ida Lovesta Stamper, born Abt. 1874 in Tennessee.
426 iv. Ora Jeanette Stamper, born Nov 1887 in Tennessee.
427 v. Alice May Stamper.
  282. Francis Asbury9 Frazier (Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)51 was born 05 May 1851 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 17 Jan 1921 in Bradley County, Tennessee. He married Frances Luticia Julian52 08 Dec 1875 in Bradley County, Tennessee, daughter of George Julian and Mourning Smith. She was born 13 Mar 1855 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 24 Sep 1938 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
Notes for Francis Asbury Frazier:
Always called Frank.
Ruth Frazier remembered Grandpa Frazier as a very quiet person. He wore a French goatee. I remember that my mother loved him very much and said he was a kind and gentle person. He had a teacher's certificate from1876 to 1883. I have several letters written by Frank to Lou and one from Lou to Frank from their courting days in 1870's. They seemed to have a very close relationship. Also, we have a poem written by Lou after Frank's death.
His beautiful farm was in Michigan Avenue Community, Bradley County. In 1884 he was elected to fill out a half term as County Court Clerk and in 1886 he was reelected. He was a well respected farmer who took much interest in improvement of conditions for farmers. Through his efforts Farmers Cooperative Insurance was established.
(Randy Morris to Glenn Julian 3/8/2006)
No problem. It just recently closed(Bendix plant), but it had been bought a few years back by Honeywell. The street address is 3000 20th Street NE, Cleveland, TN 37311. It is beside a railroad track. It is near Michigan Avenue Road, but not on it. It is about a quarter of a mile away (crow flying directions) across the RR track from Michigan Avenue.
I was born on his birthday , May 5, 1922. My mother was always sorry that he did not live to know that he had a grandchild sharing his birthday. He had died , January 17, 1921. He had gone to John Hopkins Hospital for treatment near the end but they could not help him.
Sources:Family Tradition: Jean Frazier Freshour
  --These are copies of letters written in 1875 when Frank and Lou were courting. They were married 08/12/1875:
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At Home Jan. 22nd 1875 My Dear Lou: As I think of going to town today; I deem it not improper to write you a few lines in order that your mind may be employed in meditating over the thoughts expressed by one that loves you because of your worthy principles. I have been on a visit to McMinn, got home yesterday enjoyed myself finely. I expect to go to Georgia tomorrow if everything goes well to see my sis down there. I wish you were here to go with me. I don't know whether I will go to Dalton or not. I would like the very best kind to see Fronie and James. Lou, I would like finally to see you, and will see you soon if nothing happens to the contrary. I think I will be over to see you about Saturday week - that is the fifth Saturday or Sunday. Lou, if you get this in time I would like for you to answer it by that time so I will know for certain whether you will be home or not. As you have been talking of going off for a visit. If you had thought of going at that time let me know and I will not come then. As it is getting late, I will bring my remarks to a close for this time. I am in good health. Sam, Ma, and Ruth have had or are taking the mumps, the boys are about well -Ruth is just taking them. Dear Lou, think of your loved one often, remember you are not forgotten amid the gayest throng - with many, very many wishes for your happiness I will close, your very tender and affectionate love. F. A. Frazier
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At Home Feb. 17th, 1875 Dear Lou I received your note yesterday evening. I did not have time before, I was somewhat surprised when I received it and saw the hand writer. I can only say in answer to Isham's request; I would like most excellent well to go with him but I think it most impossible for many reasons, I am truly sorry that it is so; for the reason, as you said we have never taken a trip together and I don't know when we will have another opportunity, but if I can't go this time , I hope this will not be the last chance. Tell him that if it was in my power to go, I would come with pleasure, but if he wishes to go not to let me be the cause; but to go anyhow, maybe he will have a better chance at the girls. I would sign my reasons for not going, but I deem it unnecessary. I will tell him when I see him. Lou, I would be glad to say but I don't know when I can come now, not before the first of the month anyhow. We have had a good deal of sickness in the family. Ruthie has not been able for duty in a month - she is now on the mend. Father has been confined to the house every since the day I went to your house, my health continues good. Lou, take care of yourself; many are sick and dying; for this reason I shall be glad to hear from you often. I will write you again before long. Very affectionately yours, F. A. Frazier (note added to letter) Saturday Feb. 19th Dear Lou: As I answered your note several days ago and haven't had an opportunity of sending it to the office; I will add a little more and make it answer for another letter. I guess as it was raining all day yesterday you did not look for me, had the weather been good, I guess you would have been disappointed. I could not have gone anyway. Lou, I was down and spent a few hours with Uncle Herd R. and family another evening. They treated me very kind when I started Bas followed me out to the gate and said -Mr. F. you have not told me all about our folks on the creek, said he wanted to go with me when I went over again said as I was the eldest he would give me prefference (guess he will) should he go next time. With much love and affection for you I close, F.A.F. Lou, I guess I will come to see you about Saturday before the first Sunday in March. Please write to me between now and then if you had rather I would not come that soon tell me and I will put it off, I will have to come on Saturday or Sunday as I can't loose the time during week days. Don't you think I am about out of paper.
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At Home August 6th,1875 My Dear Lou: It is in and through my most tender affections of my heart I attempt writing you this evening and I can hardly keep from feeling a dread that my letter will not render entire satisfaction, but Lou if it don't in my heart I blame no one but myself for you have been true and offered fare in every respect. I stand pretty much where I did when we parted last. I have studied and restudied the matter but hard to come to the point where I look at it one way but on the other hand it looks like nonsense to be halting between two opinions, what is a few months either way? I opened school this week with 45 S. good many to come in next week but the trouble is I can't find out for certain how long the school will last. Mr. Henry said he did not think it would continue much over three months and if that be the case it would not be worth our while to settle near the school house. If we could get a house to live in but decided to give you the prefference if you will except as to the time three or four months, don't amount to much anyway- very true I would rather my arrangements were made for another year but nevertheless thy will as well as mine be done. If it be your desire to marry soon I will try to make some arrangements to take care of you if not assure your folks we will be as little trouble as possible when we do get ready to be off so far as their affairs are concerned. I would not have them wait a minute on us. Lou, I wish I was with you, I could talk better perhaps than I can write (I don't know either whether I could or not). I long for the time to come when this subject will be worked over no more and when we will dwell in love together, then I think I will be happy at your side. Contentment: O' how sweet it would be. I hope I will experience it soon; may I not lose another year as I have the last but may the year to come, find us situated together is the earnest desire of your loving, Frank. Dear Lou, I hope you will pardon me if I have said anything contrary to thy will because nothing has been meant that way; but much to thee I owe for the kindness thou has shown toward me. I am going to town tomorrow before I hear from you. I would like to have a letter from you as soon next week as possible. Perhaps I can come over Saturday week or tomorrow week if necessary. I don't know anything to the contrary now. Mother and Ruth have been preparing for the meeting. Ruth says to tell you to come and stay awhile with her. I am well as usual this week. I remain as ever your affectionate lover. F. A. Frazier
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At Home Aug. 21st 1775 My dearest Lou: According to promise, I will write you a few lines that you may know that I will survive. Nothing I believe very interesting to write you. I arrived safely at home about dust Sabbath eve without any rain on me. It seemed almost like a providential thing that the rain ceased that evening. Lou, I feel very much fatigued this morning after laboring all week with from 40 -50 chaps in the school house which was very tiresome. I was called on during the night last night to go for a doctor for two of my neighbor boys who are very poorly with fervor. After riding to Cleveland and back you can guess I don't feel very gay this morning. But Lou, while such is the case you know I have always complied with my promises when I tell you I'll do anything so long as it is in my power I will do it. I hope that I will never be guilty of prevaricating, but ever be true to one I hold so dear. Lou, I often think of you, and with deep affections each meeting seems happier than the last, and each parting more painful. Time rapidly wings its flight, but never to fast can it move until thou art borne to my bosom. Until that happy day, and after it may all love, joy, and peace be thine is the sincere wish of your very humble and affectionate Frank. P.S. Lou I thought I was done writing but I have thought of something more. Especially for Fannie, tell her that Mr. Moore has returned home. Visited my school yesterday - said he would like very much to go to Candy Creek, asked me when I was going over and so on - Ruth is fixing to go to Georgia with sister to stay awhile, she and I calculate on going to Burkets tomorrow to a meeting. I wish you and I. B. would come over there. Lou, you must excuse my pencil scribbling. Pa spilt all my ink last night and it is the best I can do at this time. Don't know when I will be over again would like to come before all of the peaches are gone. I will hope to hear from you immediately if not sooner, please Lou, do not disappoint me. Yours Truely----
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Candy Creek, Tennessee Sept. 18/1875 Dear Frank- I received your appreciative missive some two hours ago. Brother told me what you said today. I don't know what to say in answer to your integrations as to renting at Uncle S. unless it be as of old. It's as you think best I am not going to complain when you do the best you can. One thing certain we don't like we will not be bound to stay always. But if I know anything of the house it will need repair. As to settling near relatives, I don't care much about it, no to be candid. Yet I will never throw a single straw in your way if I know it. If you think it best - all well. I can stay if only you are there. Where you are to sympathize with me I can, I will try to be content. I do not wish to be dictatorial in the least. So do dear Frank as you think best - for yourself & Lou, I think will not complain. What is best for you is as I consider for me. When you have made a decision be prompt to- let - me know what it is. I heard this week that you had ken the Sprigg's place. I did not know whether it was so or not till your letter came this evening- I was sorry to hear that you were not well. Frank, you don't know how glad I will be when you get out of that school room. I hope that I will be better than I now am. I went to Mr. Lawson's today. I am so tired tonight I can scarcely sit-up to write. It was weaving Friday but I had to give up the attempt- about two hours by sun. First time I ever had weaving to affect my breath and could scarcely breathe for twenty-four hours without pain. Maybe it will get better now. I feel better than yesterday, some. I thought that it would be better for me to be in company than not- is the reason I went to Mr. L's today. I want to see you Frank. I have never known trouble till of late. You may not understand why so but I know it's that way. My heart has been wrung with grief. I have often thought that I cannot bear it alone. You may think it weakness yet I can't avoid it. Soon I hope it will be ended as to an addition yet it's pangs will ever remain in my bosom. This only causes me to cling closer to the one I have selected of all others I think most sure to make me happy in this life. Come over whether F. comes or not- she will come if nothing happens more than we know now--Excuse this would be letter for I will have to close for tonight - it is late and a big days work before me tomorrow. So with much love to you I say Goodnight, Lou Monday Morning September 20th 1875 Frank, I have been thinking about what Brother said If we are going to Uncle's I say go- if Uncle will give you a chance that will pay you it may be that he would let me stay till you would have time to do better. Then I would like to be near sister Susie. I have always been independent of my Chatata relatives and it will remain so. You know how I hold my head it will still be up for I know some of them don't like me. And I am not one inch behind them. Your Uncle seemed to enjoy his visit yesterday- As I was getting on my horse he chucked a letter at me- We will enjoy this week if I keep feeling as well as I do this morning. Hope to see you soon, was glad to hear from Sallie, Your affectionate Lou J.
------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------- The article that she wrote after the death of Grandpa and the letters written during their courtship reveal much about the close relationship of this couple. The following passage was found by Grandma bed, written in her handwriting, after Grandpa's death. Did she copy it or did she write it herself?
"Death crossed over our threshold and left the voice of our loved one dumb. Our friends clasp our hands and try to say words that will soothe our hearts that are stricken numb. Speech seems so vain when sorrow is at its peak. Words are such little things. So sadly they fail in the deep moments of sorrow the darkening mystery of death. Yet there are words that console and save, words associated with love, grief, and hope, and thoughts of God. (The coward in us whispers and we shed many a tear.) Though the home life is endowed with memories sweet, we dread the very silence of the place. There we catch ourselves listening for the call to service to help in his weakness, in the silent hours of the night for the breathing to know that he slept or was only keeping still so that we might not be disturbed. He was so intimately connected with every tiny affair of the daily living. His strong personality raised all to a high level and quickened the lives of all around him and his presence surely filled in and rounded out our home. At times I feel as though the world had stopped moving and that I was never to feel it go again."
See scrapbook for obituary
Notes for Frances Luticia Julian:
Name sometimes spelled Lutetia. Always called Lou.
  I remember Grandma Frazier as being a pretty lady. Usually sitting by the fire or on the porch in the summertime,sewing or reading. I think that I was a little in awe of her. I remember her having long conversations with my father when we went there. I don't remember her ever going anywhere. Of course, when I knew her it was in her later years, and maybe that is what you did at that age at that time of life. Grandma told her children, after they were grown, that if they wanted a second name they could use her maiden name, Julian (she would be right up to date). Grandma talked politics and international affairs with intelligence and interest. Ruth Frazier remembered many family reunions in the big yard at the farm in Bradley County.
The article* that she wrote after the death of Grandpa and the letters written during their courtship reveal much about the close relationship of this couple. Jean Frazier Freshour
*see Frances Asbury Frazier
Children of Francis Frazier and Frances Julian are:
+ 428 i. Winfred Julian10 Frazier, born 05 Nov 1876 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 16 Aug 1957 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Fort Hill Cementery).
429 ii. Maude Julian Frazier53, born 26 Nov 1877 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 06 Mar 1937 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Fort Hill Cementery).
Notes for Maude Julian Frazier:
  Aunt Maude never married. She was the only daughter and as many daughters of her time she stayed at home and cared for her parents. I remember going there as a child and she would takes us out to see the chickens; she seemed to always be trying out another breed. She was an attractive lady with a beautiful smile. She almost always cooked country ham for breakfast.
(a letter written by Maude to her parents while she was visiting relatives in Texas)
Abilene, Texas May 3, 1904 Dear Papa and Mamma: I suppose that by this time you know that I am at Uncle Henegar's. Lillie came home Sat. and staid until Sunday afternoon. I have seen all of the folks but Pearl and her babies and Aunt Addie. Charlie and his family have moved back here so they are all here in a bunch - not more than three miles apart.
Now I am going to tell you something. It rained a shower here last night- the first for seven months. What do you think of that? Uncle has not planted a grain of anything and many people are hauling water five miles and driving stock many miles to water. You never saw grass any deader in Aug. or in the dead of winter for that matter in Tennessee. They will say that they never saw it so dry but once before since they have been in Texas.
Taking everything into consideration I have seen nothing superior to Tenn.. Yet the best homes in the country here would seem common there and I have been no place yet where they fare better than we do at home. Everyone treats me royally here. Indeed, they hardily allow me to get myself a drink of water.
I have had no mail since I came here for I had my mail sent to Caps and they have quit going there for mail since that law was passed that the Star Route carriers could distribute mails along their route. So don't forget to write me to Abilene in care of Uncle as he went and had my name registered with his so that mail would be sent.
How is the garden and crops? I am well and hearty but just about as lazy as you can imagine. I will go to Merkle and spend two or three days at the close of the school. Write me often as you can with all of the news.
Your Loving daughter, Maude Frazier
  + 430 iii. Alva Julian Frazier, born 25 Sep 1879 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 23 May 1932 in Lenoir City, Tennessee.
+ 431 iv. Eustis Julian Frazier, born 05 Jun 1881 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 19 Nov 1950 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Fort Hill Cementery).
+ 432 v. Carlos Julian Frazier, born 21 Dec 1883 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 15 Jun 1979 in Lantana, Florida.
  284. Samuel Allen9 Frazier (Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 18 Sep 1856 in Bradley County Tennessee, and died 24 May 1912 in Whitfield County, Dalton, Georgia. He married (1) Patricia C. Metiz 19 Nov 1879 in Whitfield, Georgia. She died Bef. 1886. He married (2) Susan Ardella Short Abt. 1886, daughter of John Short and Caroline ?. She was born 16 May 1863 in Whitfield, Georgia.
Notes for Samuel Allen Frazier:
  Uncle Sam was a Sheriff in Dalton, Ga.
1910 census:
Samuel Frazier, 53, born in Tennessee
Susan W. 46, born in Georgia
Oliver, 26, born in Georgia
Nannie 22 born in Georgia
Ruth L. 17, born in Georgia
Philip J., 15, born in Georgia
Flora M., 13, born in Georgia
Mary G., 10 , born in Georgia
1920 census:
Susan A. Frazier, widow, age 56 born in Virginia
Philip, 25, born in Georgia, farmer
Flora M., age 23, born in Ga.,bookkeeper
Mary, age 21, born in Georgia, Clerical real estate office
Notes for Susan Ardella Short:
1920 census-Susan Widow age 56 born in Virginia
Philip age 25 born Georgia, farmer
Flora age 23 born Georgia, bookkeeper
Mary age 21 born Georgia, clerical real estate office
Child of Samuel Frazier and Patricia Metiz is:
+ 433 i. Samuel Cleveland10 Frazier, born Abt. 1884 in Georgia.
Children of Samuel Frazier and Susan Short are:
434 i. Nannie10 Frazier, born Abt. 1888 in Georgia.
435 ii. Daughter Frazier, born Abt. 1890 in Georgia.
+ 436 iii. Ruth L. Frazier, born 19 Sep 1891 in Whitfield, Georgia; died 17 Jun 1964 in Dalton, Georgia.
437 iv. Philip J. Frazier, born Abt. 1895 in Georgia.
438 v. Flora M. Frazier, born Abt. 1897 in Georgia.
439 vi. Mary G. Frazier, born Abt. 1899 in Georgia.
  286. Thomas Rolen9 Frazier (Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)54,55 was born 05 Oct 1861 in Bradley County Tennessee, and died 19 Jan 1930 in Knox County, Tennessee(New Gray Cemetary). He married (1) Sarah Longbottom 23 Aug 1883. She was born 18 Jan 1865 in Concord, Tennessee, and died 19 Jun 1895 in Knox County, Tennessee. He married (2) Mary Louise Henley 29 Dec 1895 in Knoxville, Tennessee. She was born 24 Sep 1866 in Tilton, Georgia, and died 27 Aug 1940 in Knoxville, Tennessee (New Gray Cemetary).
Notes for Thomas Rolen Frazier:
  Uncle Tom was a railroader and farmer. My father lived with this family when he came to Knoxville to attend U.T.
Children of Thomas Frazier and Sarah Longbottom are:
+ 440 i. Arthur F.10 Frazier, born 01 Aug 1884 in Knox County, Tennessee; died 16 Nov 1962 in Knox County, Tennessee(New Gray Cem.).
441 ii. Ernest J. Frazier, born 22 Mar 1887 in Knox County, Tennessee; died 20 Dec 1980 in Washington, D.C.(Cedar Hill). He married Ella Yarnell; born 28 Nov 1886 in Knox County, Tennessee; died 16 May 1982 in Washington, D.C. (Cedar Hill).
Notes for Ernest J. Frazier:
  Ernest was with the Navy. Methodist
Ernest was best man at the wedding of Alva and Nell Frazier.
Children of Thomas Frazier and Mary Henley are:
442 i. Earl H.10 Frazier56, born 17 Nov 1896 in Knoxville, Tennessee; died 24 Feb 1978 in Knox County, Tennessee. He married Ruth Henson in Knox County, Tennessee; born 15 Jul 1897 in Knox County, Tennessee; died 15 Dec 1973 in Knox County, Tennessee.
Notes for Earl H. Frazier:
   Earl was a deacon at First Baptist Church.
+ 443 ii. Walter A. Frazier, born 24 Oct 1900 in Knox County, Tennessee; died 06 Nov 1974 in Dallas, Texas (Restland Cem.).
+ 444 iii. Clara M. Frazier, born 10 Nov 1902 in Knox County, Tennessee; died 07 May 1985 in Etowah, Tennessee(Greenhill Cemetery).
445 iv. Clyde E. Frazier, born 04 Jun 1906 in Knox County, Tennessee; died 04 Apr 1977 in Roanoke, Virginia(Blue Ridge Mem. Gar.). He married Nettie Smith; born 21 Mar 1910 in Knox County, Tennessee.
446 v. Vesta L. Frazier56, born 22 Jan 1908 in Knox County, Tennessee; died 12 Mar 2000 in Knox County, Tennessee.
Notes for Vesta L. Frazier:
  Vesta never married. She work for South Central Telephone Company for many years. She is a very delightful person. Very active in the First Baptist Church.
Vesta collected all of the information on Uncle Tom's family for me.
447 vi. Ruth E Frazier56, born 13 Nov 1910 in Knox County, Tennessee; died 06 Oct 1980 in Knox County, Tennessee(Highland Mem.Cem). She married M. Keith Newell56 15 May 1946 in Knox County, Tennessee; born 26 Aug 1905 in Knox County, Tennessee; died 06 Aug 1976 in Knox County, Tennessee(Highland Mem.Cem).
Notes for M. Keith Newell:
Keith was a ship Engineer.
  287. Rebecca Jane9 Frazier (Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 05 Jul 1865 in Bradley County, Tennessee. She married R. V. Lawson57 Abt. 1890. He was born Abt. 1862 in Tennessee.
Children of Rebecca Frazier and R. Lawson are:
448 i. Ollie10 Lawson, born Abt. 1891 in Bradley County Tennessee.
449 ii. William Lawson, born Abt. 1896 in Bradley County Tennessee.
  288. William Barttin9 Frazier (Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)58 was born 19 Oct 1868 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 07 Aug 1943. He married (1) Margie Keith58. She was born Abt. 1890. He married (2) Maude Huffaker59 Abt. 1888 in Bradley County, Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1874 in Kentucky, and died Bef. 1920 in Dallas, Texas.
Notes for William Barttin Frazier:
  Uncle Billy Moved to Dallas, Texas
1900 Texas census:
William Frazier born 1866, age 33, born Tennessee parents born Tennessee,parents born Tennessee
Maude Huffaker born 1874, age 25, born Kentucky, father born Tennessee Mother born in Kentucky
Living with them were two brother-in-laws named Huffaker
1910 Texas census:
William B. Frazier, age 46 born Tennessee
Maude wife age 36
Velma M. Frazier, age 8 born in Texas
Jack D. Frazier, age 3 born in Texas
1920 Texas Census:
William B. Frazier, age 50, born Tennessee
Margie E., wife, age 30
Velma Frazier, age 18
Jack Frazier, age 12
Child of William Frazier and Margie Keith is:
450 i. Dorothy Jean10 Frazier.
Children of William Frazier and Maude Huffaker are:
451 i. Velma M.10 Frazier, born Abt. 1902.
452 ii. Jack D. Frazier, born Abt. 1907.
453 iii. Infant One Frazier.
454 iv. Infant Two Frazier.
  289. Lou Jeanette9 Frazier (Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 07 Mar 1872 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 13 Apr 1954 in Bradley County, Tennessee. She married (1) William Glass Carson60 10 Jun 1892 in Bradley County, Tennessee. He was born Abt. 1873, and died 14 Nov 1897 in Bradley County, Tennessee. She married (2) Frank M. Broyles Abt. 1913 in Bradley County, Tennessee. He was born 30 May 1872 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 25 Nov 1940 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
Notes for Lou Jeanette Frazier:
Listed as 8 years old on 1880 Census: Lula with father and Rebecca,
Thomas and William. The mother had died the year before.
Bradley County Census 1880
Philip Frazier born in North Carolina age 58
Thomas 18
R.J. (Rebecca) 15
W. B. (William Bartain) 11
Lula 8
Bradley County Census 1920
Frank M. Broyles 47
Lou J. 47
Essie 16
John H. 13
    This is a picture of Lou's brothers:
Francis A.(Frank) frazier 1851-1921 My grandfather farmer in Bradley County
Samuel Allen Frazier 1856-1912 Sheriff in Dalton, Georgia
Martin Davis Frazier 1858-1935
Thomas Rolen(Rowland) Frazier 1861-1930 farmer in Knox County
William Bartin Frazier 1868- moved to Dallas, Texas
Here is the wedding announcement again. I will try to dig out the original picture of
Lou J and scan it directly a little later.
Kathy
----- Original Message -----
   Notes for Frank M. Broyles:
   Child of Lou Frazier and William Carson is:
+ 455 i. Margaret Orella10 Carson, born 04 Aug 1892 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 06 Jul 1958 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
  294. Allen C.9 Ware (William Jay8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)61 was born 01 Nov 1856 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 30 Jul 1900 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. He married Rhoda Elizabeth Long. She was born 31 May 1862 in McMinn County, Tennessee, and died 10 Dec 1914 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
Children of Allen Ware and Rhoda Long are:
+ 456 i. Carl Roy10 Ware, born Abt. May 1885.
457 ii. Paul Vaughn Ware, born 05 Sep 1891 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 28 Jun 1917 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
458 iii. Thelma S. Ware, born Abt. 1896.
459 iv. Varies F. Ware, born Abt. 1898.
  300. Francis Newton9 Lane (Macksey Elizabeth Ware8 (Maxie), Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)62. He married Susan Elizabeth Weatherman.
Children of Francis Lane and Susan Weatherman are:
460 i. Samuel Eugene10 Lane.
461 ii. Raymond Lane.
462 iii. John F. Lane.
463 iv. Ruth May Lane.
302. James Allen Bud9 Lane (Macksey Elizabeth Ware8 (Maxie), Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)63 was born 06 Jun 1855 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 18 Dec 1928 in Collin Co., Texas. He married Louisa Tennessee Spradling, daughter of Mort Spradling and Louise Lawson. She was born 18 Dec 1856 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 04 Jun 1945 in Collin Co., Texas.
Child of James Lane and Louisa Spradling is:
464 i. Mary Catherine Mollie10 Lane, born 06 Jun 1876 in prob. Meigs County, Tennessee; died 04 Jun 1945 in Collin Co., Texas. She married (1) William Harrison Smith; died Abt. 1911 in Collin Co., Texas. She married (2) Luther Tharp Abt. 191463.
Notes for William Harrison Smith:
died with measles complicated with pneumonia
  307. Allen G.9 Ware (Jasper M.8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)64 was born 05 Jan 1861 in Tennessee, and died 09 Feb 1926 in Perry County, Arkansas. He married (1) Malinda Bland 10 Oct 1883. She was born Abt. 1865, and died 19 Feb 1890 in Perry County, Arkansas. He married (2) Rutha Elizabeth Seay Abt. 1890 in Perry County, Arkansas.
Children of Allen Ware and Malinda Bland are:
+ 465 i. Anthony10 Ware, born 20 Jul 1884.
+ 466 ii. Austin Ware, born 17 Oct 1886 in Perry County, Arkansas; died Abt. 1935 in Perry County, Arkansas.
+ 467 iii. Erma Ware, born Apr 1888 in Perry County, Arkansas; died Bet. 1908 - 1910 in Perry County, Arkansas.
468 iv. Infant Ware, born Feb 1890.
Children of Allen Ware and Rutha Seay are:
+ 469 i. Orazella Luevenia10 Ware, born 31 Aug 1891 in Perry County, Arkansas; died 24 Feb 1963 in Tulare County, California.
470 ii. Susan Ware, born 07 Sep 1894.
471 iii. Elizabeth Ellen Ware, born 27 Apr 1896.
472 iv. Ruel Ware, born 22 Feb 1898.
473 v. Ray M. Ware, born 04 Apr 1900.
474 vi. Nola Flora Ware, born 15 Aug 1902.
475 vii. Alta Velma Ware, born 13 Nov 1906.
476 viii. Merle Roland Ware, born 05 Mar 1909.
  310. Tourni9 Ray (Eliza Tourni Cuma8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) She married Leonidus Walker65.
Children of Tourni Ray and Leonidus Walker are:
477 i. Renso10 Walker.
+ 478 ii. Charles Walker.
  311. Mary Elizabeth9 Ware (John Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)66 was born 18 Feb 1868 in McMinn Co., Tennessee, and died 29 Dec 1944 in McMinn Co., Tennessee. She married William Robert Lee Dodson66 23 Aug 1885 in McMinn County, Tennessee, son of Levi Dodson and Mary Mount. He was born 21 Jul 1864 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 01 Feb 1936 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
Notes for Mary Elizabeth Ware:
The only girl and the grandmother of Ruth Dodson Thomas who sent me this information. She stayed on at the home place after she married.
Children are listed above under (251) William Robert Lee Dodson.
314. Jesse Ruel9 Ware (John Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)67 was born Abt. Apr 1873 in McMinn Co., Tennessee, and died 29 Apr 1934 in McMinn Co., Tennessee. He married Martha Ann Pierce, daughter of Isaac Pierce and Elizabeth ?. She was born Abt. May 1877, and died Abt. 1962 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
Notes for Jesse Ruel Ware:
He was tax assessor for McMinn County for many years.
Died in car accident.
Children of Jesse Ware and Martha Pierce are:
479 i. Buelah10 Ware, born Abt. 1896.
480 ii. Ruel Ware, born Abt. 1898.
481 iii. Garrett Ware, born 23 Nov 1899 in McMinn County, Tennessee; died 25 Sep 1994 in McMinn County, Tennessee. He married Grace ?; born 25 Nov 1902; died 06 Mar 1989 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
482 iv. Hershell M. Ware, born Abt. 1904.
483 v. Ruth Ware, born Abt. 1906.
484 vi. Mary E.Ware, born 18 Sep 1909 in McMinn County, Tennessee; died 13 May 1920 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
  315. John Lee9 Ware (John Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 20 May 1875 in McMinn Co., Tennessee, and died 21 Sep 1944 in McMinn Co., Tennessee. He married Lydia Mae Pierce, daughter of Isaac Pierce and Elizabeth ?. She was born 17 Jun 1881 in McMinn County, Tennessee, and died 30 Dec 1958 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
Children of John Ware and Lydia Pierce are:
485 i. Vesta10 Ware, born Abt. 1898.
486 ii. Lillie Ware, born Abt. 1898.
487 iii. Lee F. Ware, born Abt. 1901.
488 iv. Helma Ware, born Abt. 1904.
489 v. Lucille Ware, born Abt. 1907.
490 vi. Millie Ware, born Abt. 1910.
  316. Hoarce Lee9 Ware (John Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 12 Jun 1877 in McMinn Co., Tennessee, and died 02 Dec 1952 in McMinn Co., Tennessee. He married Elizabeth Ellen Gentry. She was born Abt. 1887.
Children of Hoarce Ware and Elizabeth Gentry are:
491 i. Allen C.10 Ware, born Abt. 1908.
492 ii. Henry L. Ware, born Abt. 1910.
  317. Charles Francis9 Ware (John Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 17 Jan 1879 in McMinn Co., Tennessee, and died 16 Jun 1973 in McMinn Co., Tennessee. He married (1) Glenna Parkinson. He married (2) Elvira Hunt. She died in McMinn Co., Tennessee.
Notes for Charles Francis Ware:
1n 1910 census living with his mother and her grandaughter
Child of Charles Ware and Glenna Parkinson is:
493 i. Sarah L.10 Ware, born Abt. 1907.
  319. Walter L.9 Ware (John Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 03 Jan 1888 in McMinn Co., Tennessee, and died Abt. 1962 in Knoxville, Tennessee. He married (1) Eunice Hunt. He married (2) Zena Hunt Abt. 1908. She was born 17 Apr 1890.
Children of Walter Ware and Zena Hunt are:
494 i. Charles Rollins10 Ware, born 11 Mar 1911 in McMinn County, Tennessee; died 05 Jun 1942 in Missing in Action.
Notes for Charles Rollins Ware:
He flew some missions with Jimmy Doolittle but was not on the famous Tokyo raids. At the time he was lost, the family only knew he was "missing in action somewhere in the Pacific". and it was a long time before they knew anything else. Charles' mother was devastated and never gave up hope that he would someday be found in a Japanese prisoner of war camp.
The memorial was the result of a seaman on the "Destroyer Charles R. Ware". He was looking at a picture and reading about Charles and thought there should be a memorial so he got things rolling and you know the rest.
Charles was never married.
+ 495 ii. Howard Roy Ware, born Abt. 1912.
496 iii. Willard Ware, born Abt. 1914. He married Patricia ?.
497 iv. Marie Louise Ware, born Abt. Apr 1923. She married ? McDonald.
  320. Henry Allan9 Duggan (Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 28 Mar 1863 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 07 Aug 1933 in Walla Walla, Washington. He married Eva May Martin 13 Oct 1889 in Moran, Ks..
Children of Henry Duggan and Eva Martin are:
498 i. Beulah Edith10 Duggan, born 28 Jun 1890.
499 ii. Lilia Vern Duggan, born 10 May 1894.
+ 500 iii. Harvey Leslie Duggan, born 16 Oct 1897; died 08 Mar 1973.
501 iv. Ethel Marie Duggan, born 16 Oct 1900.
+ 502 v. Elsie Rose Duggan, born 30 May 1903.
+ 503 vi. Henry Eugene Duggan, born 11 Dec 1905.
  321. James Roland9 Duggan (Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 09 Dec 1864 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 17 Mar 1944 in Iola, Kansas (Iola Cem.). He married (1) Nellie Nelson Abt. 1888 in Moran, Ks.. He married (2) Leonia Jane Reiber Abt. 1911 in Moran, Ks..
Children of James Duggan and Nellie Nelson are:
+ 504 i. Roy10 Duggan, born Abt. 1889 in Grove, Terr. of Ok.; died 06 Feb 1972 in Vancover, Washington.
+ 505 ii. Homer Duggan, born Abt. 1891 in Grove, Ok.; died 15 Mar 1973 in Iola, Ks..
+ 506 iii. Elizabeth Duggan, born 27 Jan 1895 in Grove, Ok..
Child of James Duggan and Leonia Reiber is:
507 i. Arlie10 Duggan, born 24 Jul 1912 in Moran, Ks.. He married Leo Thompson.
  322. Sally R. J.9 Duggan (Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 03 Jul 1867 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died Abt. Aug 1957 in Oklahoma City, Ok.. She married James Monroe Rhodes 13 Nov 1884.
Children of Sally Duggan and James Rhodes are:
+ 508 i. Nellie10 Rhodes.
509 ii. Ethel Rhodes.
510 iii. Kenneth Rhodes.
511 iv. Ruth Rhodes.
512 v. Esther Rhodes.
  324. William Jasper9 Duggan (Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 13 Mar 1872 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 13 Jun 1949 in Humbolt, Ks. (Moran Cem.). He married Emily Ann Zaring 23 Jan 1893 in Moran, Ks., daughter of Jacob Zaring and Sarah Edwards. She died in Humbolt, Ks.(Moran Cem.).
Children of William Duggan and Emily Zaring are:
+ 513 i. Arthur Russell10 Duggan, born 23 Mar 1894 in Moran, Ks.; died 30 Mar 1942 in California (buried in Moran, Ks.).
+ 514 ii. Raymond Loren Duggan, born 25 Feb 1896 in Moran, Ks.; died 30 Nov 1930 in Moran, Ks.(Moran Cem.).
+ 515 iii. Mary Louise Duggan, born 26 Jul 1898 in Grove, Ok.; died 16 Nov 1978 in Moran, Ks. (Moran Cem).
+ 516 iv. Walter Marion Duggan, born 16 Dec 1900 in Moran, Ks.; died 15 Mar 1981 in Bronson, Ks..
  328. Birdie May9 Duggan (Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 27 Jul 1881 in Cass Co., Mo., and died 21 Jan 1913 in Pawnee Rock, Ks.. She married Ira Lee Downs.
Children of Birdie Duggan and Ira Downs are:
517 i. Helen10 Downs.
+ 518 ii. Atha Verle Downs, born 31 Mar 1899 in Moran, Ks..
519 iii. Basil Loraine Downs, born 13 May 1902.
+ 520 iv. Velda Marie Downs, born 21 Jul 1911 in Pawnee Rock, Ks..
  329. George Edward9 Duggan (Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 17 Oct 1883 in Freeman, Mo., and died 06 Sep 1952 in Clatskanie, Oregon (Iola Cem.). He married Edna Orwig 18 May 1913.
Children of George Duggan and Edna Orwig are:
521 i. Edward Grayton10 Duggan, born 14 Oct 1914 in Clatskanie, Oregon. He married Dorothy Powell.
522 ii. Albert Jennings Duggan, born 17 Feb 1920.
  330. John Lewis9 Duggan (Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 02 Oct 1885 in Freeman, Mo., and died 23 Aug 1959 in Iola, Kansas (Iola Cem.). He married Bertha Stinson.
Child of John Duggan and Bertha Stinson is:
523 i. Veron Alvin10 Duggan, born 12 Nov 1908.
  331. Butler Everett9 Duggan (Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 23 Jul 1888 in Freeman, Mo., and died Abt. Oct 1965 in Corenelous, Oregon. He married Violet Smith.
Children of Butler Duggan and Violet Smith are:
524 i. Kenneth Everett10 Duggan.
525 ii. Charles Wayne Duggan.
  332. Samuel Russell9 Duggan (Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 06 Mar 1892 in Freeman, Mo., and died Abt. Apr 1979 in Corenelous, Oregon. He married Cora Jubeletta Smith 11 Oct 1911 in Vancover, Washington.
Child of Samuel Duggan and Cora Smith is:
+ 526 i. Phyllis Christine10 Duggan, born 22 May 1916 in La Harpe, Ks.; died 18 Jul 1971.
  Generation No. 10
342. Saylor Hespa Albertin10 Hardin (Martha A.9 Dodson, Launcelot "Lott"8, James Booth7, Charles6, Charles5, Charles4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 29 Jul 1852 in Merriweather Co., Georgia, and died 18 Feb 1945 in Haskall Co., Oklahoma. She married John David Skinner. He was born 10 Mar 1845 in Jefferson Co., Alabama, and died 20 Jul 1926 in Sebastiian Co., Arkansas.
Children of Saylor Hardin and John Skinner are:
527 i. Mary Elizabeth11 Skinner, born 19 May 1868 in Texas; died 12 Dec 1881.
528 ii. Thomas Lorenzo Skinner, born 21 May 1870 in Sebastian Co., Arkansas; died 07 Oct 1949 in Otero Co., Colorado.
529 iii. John David Skinner, born 19 May 1872 in Sebastian County, Arkansas; died 08 Apr 1949.
530 iv. Allen Sophet Skinner, born 01 Jun 1874 in Sebastian Co., Arkansas; died 08 Apr 1949.
531 v. Lonny B. Skinner, born 25 Sep 1876 in Sebastian Co., Arkansas; died 16 Dec 1942 in Sebastian Co., Arkansas.
532 vi. Rufers Dowd Skinner, born 27 Jul 1879 in Sebastian Co., Arkansas; died 01 Aug 1956.
533 vii. Mattie Lou Skinner, born 19 Dec 1880 in Sebastian Co., Arkansas; died 19 Feb 1955 in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma. She married Samuel Virgil King; born 01 Jan 1873 in Coosa County, Alabama; died 10 Jan 1946 in Haskell Co., Oklahoma.
534 viii. Willis Doss Skinner, born 21 Mar 1883 in Sebastian Co., Arkansas; died 18 Oct 1969.
535 ix. Gusten Olen Skinner, born 10 Oct 1887 in Sebastian Co., Arkansas; died 26 May 1951.
536 x. Oslee Skinner, born 10 Oct 1887 in Sebastian Co., Arkansas; died 01 Feb 1958.
537 xi. Cordealy Skinner, born 15 Jan 1890 in Sebastian Co., Arkansas; died 15 Dec 1925.
538 xii. Minnie Sarah Skinner, born 14 Jul 1892 in S25/03/1977.
539 xiii. Edgar L. Skinner, born 19 Mar 1895 in Sebastian Co., Arkansas; died 01 Jun 1943.
  345. Amanda Keziah10 Oliver (Sarah Ann9 Dodson, Eli8, Joseph7, Joseph6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)68 was born 12 Feb 1849, and died 28 Feb 1928. She married John Wesley Bennett69 18 Feb 1875. He was born Abt. 1851, and died Abt. 1924.
Child of Amanda Oliver and John Bennett is:
540 i. Clara Ann11 Bennett70, born 26 Dec 1882; died 18 Jul 1952. She married George Roy McDade71 Abt. 1904; born Abt. 1881; died Abt. 1965.
  347. Sam Ivins10 Dodson (William Robert Lee9, Levi Buford8, Jesse7, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 15 Nov 1887 in McMinn County, Tennessee, and died 08 Aug 1957 in McMinn County, Tennessee. He married Nola Williams 14 Feb 1915. She was born Abt. 1889, and died Abt. 1959 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
Child of Sam Dodson and Nola Williams is:
541 i. Herbert E.11 Dodson, born 26 Jun 1918 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 06 Sep 1968 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.
  348. Clarence Eugene10 Dodson (William Robert Lee9, Levi Buford8, Jesse7, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 23 Nov 1889 in McMinn Co, Tennessee, and died 21 Sep 1961 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. He married Mary Otsie Evans 05 Nov 1922 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
Children of Clarence Dodson and Mary Evans are:
542 i. Eugene Evans11 Dodson, born 14 Nov 1923 in McMinn Co, Tennessee; died 30 Jan 1993 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. He married Twila Mae Melton 08 May 1949 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
543 ii. Edna Ruth Dodson, born 19 Oct 1926 in McMinn Co, Tennessee. She married John Elias Thomas 17 Jul 1949 in McMinn County, Tennessee72.
Notes for Edna Ruth Dodson:
The historian and genealogist of her family and my e-mail buddy!
544 iii. James Ross Dodson, born 30 Oct 1933. He married Barbara Ann McIntyre 01 Jun 1954 in Jelico, Tennessee.
  357. John Merrit10 Ware (James Allan9, Merrit Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 10 Feb 1864 in Kirksville, Mo. or McDonald County, and died 17 Jan 1933 in Craig Co., Ok. (Pleasant Hill Cem.). He married Harriette Ann Carr 31 Dec 1893 in Indian Terr. of Muskogee, Ok.. She died in Craig Co., Ok.(Pleasant Hill Cem.).
Children of John Ware and Harriette Carr are:
545 i. Goldia Ann11 Ware, born 28 Nov 1896.
546 ii. Beulah Ware, born 19 Nov 1897.
547 iii. Edward L. Ware, born 19 Sep 1902.
548 iv. Mary Mae Ware, born 07 Mar 1905.
  361. James Richard10 Ware (James Allan9, Merrit Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 27 Jul 1869 in Southwest City, Missouri, and died 18 Aug 1956 in Idaho County, Id.. He married Clara Underwood 04 Apr 1897 in McDonald Co., Mo..
Children of James Ware and Clara Underwood are:
549 i. Everett H.11 Ware, born Abt. Sep 1890.
550 ii. Joe Ware, born Abt. 1897.
551 iii. Ethel F. Ware, born 18 Mar 1898.
  372. Laura10 Ware (Murett Denford9, Merrit Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) She married Charles Pearce.
Notes for Charles Pearce:
preacher who traveled in the Gospel Wagon. Becky Ware Vigil
Child of Laura Ware and Charles Pearce is:
552 i. George11 Pearce. He married Molly ?.
  374. William Jesse10 Ware (Murett Denford9, Merrit Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)73 was born 28 Nov 1879, and died Abt. 1939. He married Maggie Mae Gillis, daughter of John Gillis and Mary O'Dell. She was born Abt. Jun 1891, and died Abt. 1985.
Notes for William Jesse Ware:
Nicknames in this family: Nathan-Dobb, Luther-Litt, Alvin-Al, Miriam-Sis, Orville-Buddy,
Clydie-Marie.
William Jesse died from a heart attack while skinning pigs
Children of William Ware and Maggie Gillis are:
553 i. Lelia11 Ware73, died in At age 2 or 3.
554 ii. Nathan Merle Ware73, born 01 Feb 1912; died Abt. Nov 1976. He married Susie ?.
555 iii. Luther Denford Ware74, born 17 Apr 1915; died Abt. Dec 1972. He married Dorothy Chambers Abt. 1944.
Notes for Luther Denford Ware:
He was burning tumble weeds along a fence when he suffered a heart attack and died.
556 iv. Alvin Rex Ware74, born 06 Sep 1918; died 18 Dec 1997 in Oklahoma. He married Jacquetta Burrows; died in Oklahoma.
557 v. Miriam Joyce Ware74, born 15 Dec 1921 in Hess, Oklahoma.
558 vi. Orville Burton Ware74, born 21 Nov 1923 in Jackson Co., Oklahoma; died 09 May 1984 in Jackson Co., Oklahoma. He married Don Nell Adams 18 Mar 1944.
Notes for Orville Burton Ware:
died with a heart attack
559 vii. Clydie Marie Ware74, born 21 Sep 1927; died Abt. Apr 1989 in Oklahoma. She married James Dollins 04 Nov 1944 in Mangum, Oklahoma; died in Oklahoma.
  376. Gus10 Ware (Murett Denford9, Merrit Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 20 Jan 1892, and died 14 May 1996. He married Kitty Macasland. She died Abt. 1981.
Child of Gus Ware and Kitty Macasland is:
560 i. Ray11 Ware.
  379. Clyde Taylor10 Ware (Murett Denford9, Merrit Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)75 was born 15 Jan 1900, and died 12 Oct 1989 in Clovis, New Mexico. He married Blanche V. Loyd 03 Aug 1918. She was born 16 Dec 1900, and died 15 Mar 1998 in Clovis, New Mexico.
Children of Clyde Ware and Blanche Loyd are:
561 i. Georgia Ann11 Ware, born 14 Oct 1919. She married Jack Corbin 06 Feb 1937.
562 ii. Marion Denford Ware, born 08 Sep 1923. He married Esther Hodges 24 Jul 1943.
563 iii. Delphus Larry Ware, born 01 Mar 1925. He married (1) Jane Sullinger 04 Sep 1946. He married (2) Teresa ? 18 Dec 1978.
564 iv. Echo Louise Ware, born 24 Dec 1926; died 12 Nov 1963 in Clovis, New Mexico. She married Manuel (Lamb) Mackechnie 03 Jul 1946.
565 v. Bobby K. Ware, born 04 May 1928. He married Joyce E. Hamilton 28 Jun 1948; died 27 Oct 2004 in Clovis, New Mexico.
566 vi. Ina Lois Ware, born 20 Nov 1930. She married (1) Bill House 10 Jul 1950. She married (2) Ray Hale 05 Dec 1984.
567 vii. Edna Erie Ware, born 03 Mar 1933. She married (1) Homer Walters 19 Sep 1953. She married (2) Chuck Gorman 11 Feb 1977.
568 viii. Elsie Mae Ware, born 13 May 1934. She married Willie Hightower 13 Mar 1954.
569 ix. Dessie Lee Ware, born 05 Jan 1936. She married Paul Franklin Reed 13 Jun 1953.
  386. Margarette Catherine Nora10 Stephens (Mary Elizabeth9 Ware, Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 02 Aug 1869 in Benton Co. Arkansas, and died 07 Apr 1943 in Cottonwood, Idaho Co., Idaho. She married (1) George B. Crea 25 Dec 1889 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., idano. He was born 25 Mar 1862 in Iowa, and died 09 Jan 1891 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., Idaho. She married (2) Oliver Lawrence Chase 11 Oct 1893 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., idano. He was born 26 Aug 1863 in Douglas Co., Oregon, and died 11 Aug 1929 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., Idaho.
Notes for Margarette Catherine Nora Stephens:
[FTW BU.FTW(Winzip).FTW]
School teacher
Child of Margarette Stephens and George Crea is:
570 i. Georgia Mae11 Crea, born 24 Oct 1890 in Grangeville, idaho Co., Idaho; died 1975 in Star, Idaho. She married Frederick L. Brown 30 Oct 1906 in Lewiston, Nezerce Co., Idaho.
Children of Margarette Stephens and Oliver Chase are:
571 i. Olive11 Chase, born 20 Apr 1895 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., Idaho; died 01 Nov 1895 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., Idaho.
572 ii. Mary Chase, born 20 Apr 1895 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., Idaho; died 03 Nov 1895 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., Idaho.
573 iii. Ada McKinley Chase76, born 13 Dec 1899 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., Idaho; died 25 Oct 1986 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., Idaho. She married Henry George Edward Altman 10 Oct 1920 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., idano; born 06 Apr 1899 in Lincoln, Logan Co., Illinois; died 01 Dec 1990 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., Idaho.
574 iv. Alpha Doris Chase77, born 13 Jul 1901 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., Idaho; died 18 Jan 1985 in Boise, Ada Co., Idaho. She married (1) Everett Chaney 28 Jul 1920 in Idaho Co., Idaho. She married (2) Evereett Chaney 28 Jul 1920.
575 v. Joseph Oliver Chase, born 15 Jun 1903 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., Idaho; died 16 Feb 1973 in Harper Valley, Oregon (Nyssa). He married Eula Reed 14 Jun 1929 in Boise, Ada Co., Idaho.
576 vi. Zelma Lois Chase, born 11 Jan 1909 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., Idaho; died 26 Mar 1988 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., Idaho. She married Marion Edward Bowles 21 May 1927 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., idano.
  387. Harley Joseph10 Stephens (Mary Elizabeth9 Ware, Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 21 Jul 1871 in Benton Co. Arkansas, and died 09 Aug 1944 in McMinnville, Oregon (Evergreen Cemetary). He married Laura Fields 13 Jun 1895 in Moscow, Latah Co., Idaho. She was born 12 Aug 1876 in Cuffey's Cove, Calif., and died 28 Oct 1974 in Seattle, Washington.
Children of Harley Stephens and Laura Fields are:
577 i. Carol11 Stephens. She married Conley Silsby 02 Sep 1935.
578 ii. Carol Stephens. She married Conley Silsby 02 Sep 1935.
579 iii. Marie Lou Stephens, born 30 Apr 1896 in Lowe, Idaho Co., Idaho; died 1987.
580 iv. Hubert Joseph Stephens, born 26 Mar 1899 in Lowe, Idaho Co., Idaho; died Unknown. He married Eileen Rumage Abt. 1943.
581 v. Glenna Lillian Stephens77, born 23 Jun 1909 in Clarkston, Asootin Co., Washington; died Mar 1976 in Portland, Oregon. She married Roy Max Hollister 23 Sep 1934.
582 vi. Carol Stephens. She married Conley Silsby 02 Sep 1935.
  388. Fannie Lois10 Stephens (Mary Elizabeth9 Ware, Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 29 Mar 1874 in Tennessee, and died 07 Mar 1964 in Portland, Oregon. She married George Brown 02 Jun 1895 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., idano. He was born 13 Mar 1872, and died 10 Dec 1946 in Portland, Oregon.
Children of Fannie Stephens and George Brown are:
583 i. Elma Lois11 Brown, born 29 Aug 1896 in Stuart, Idaho Co., Idaho; died 1971.
584 ii. Glenn Howard Brown, born 29 Jan 1898 in Stuart, Idaho Co., Idaho.
585 iii. Dale Brown, born 1911; died 1956.
  389. George William10 Stephens (Mary Elizabeth9 Ware, Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 17 Sep 1876 in Benton Co. Arkansas, and died 18 Sep 1945 in Calddwell, Canyon Co., Idaho. He married Cora Alice Horning 24 Nov 1909 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., idano. She was born 07 Feb 1884 in Grangeville, idaho Co., Idaho, and died 06 Oct 1985 in Caldwell, Canyon Co., Idaho.
Children of George Stephens and Cora Horning are:
586 i. Dorothy Elaine11 Stephens. She married Robert Stanley Day.
587 ii. Ruthie Euddora Stephens, born 02 Nov 1911 in Grangeville, idaho Co., Idaho.
588 iii. George Wendell Stephens, born 13 Jul 1913 in Grangeville, idaho Co., Idaho; died 20 Nov 1943 in Long Beach, California.
589 iv. Warren William Stephens, born 13 May 1916 in Grangeville, idaho Co., Idaho; died 12 Mar 1993 in Redlands, California. He married Marjorie Vee Riddle 26 Jul 1937 in Caldwel, Canyon Co., Idaho.
590 v. John Raymond Stephens, born 30 Jun 1920; died 07 Oct 1943.
591 vi. Kenneth Burton Stephens, born 22 Aug 1922 in Nezperce, Lewis Co., Idaho; died 26 Nov 1985 in Boise, Ada Co., Idaho. He married Maxine Donna Sower 21 Dec 1947 in Caldwel, Canyon Co., Idaho.
390. John Franklin10 Stephens (Mary Elizabeth9 Ware, Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 17 Nov 1878 in McDonald Co., Missouri, and died 24 Jan 1924 in Wilder, Canyon Co., Idaho. He married Minnie Wann 31 Dec 1903 in Denver, Idaho Co., Idaho.
Children of John Stephens and Minnie Wann are:
592 i. Vivienne11 Stephens, born 1905.
593 ii. Pauline Stephens, born 1907.
  391. Ida Lela Gertrude10 Stephens (Mary Elizabeth9 Ware, Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 13 Jan 1882 in Southwest City, McDonald Co., Missouri, and died 26 Apr 1976 in Lewiston, Nezperce Co., Idaho. She married Eugene McWaddy Thompson 24 Dec 1900 in Grangeville, Idaho Co., idano. He was born 16 Oct 1872 in Laclede, Linn Co., Missouri, and died 03 Dec 1949 in Lewiston, Nezperce Co., Idaho.
Children of Ida Stephens and Eugene Thompson are:
594 i. Marilee11 Thompson. She married Roy Patrick.
595 ii. Catherine Gertrude Thompson. She married George Erickson.
596 iii. Majorie T. Thompson, born 17 Feb 1902 in Grangeville, idaho Co., Idaho; died 27 Oct 1989 in Clarkston, Asootin Co., Washington. She married William H. Trenet 11 Feb 1923.
597 iv. Castle Archie Thompson, born 13 May 1903 in Grangeville, idaho Co., Idaho; died 22 Aug 1904 in Grangeville, idaho Co., Idaho.
598 v. Margaret E. Thompson, born 23 Oct 1904 in Grangeville, idaho Co., Idaho; died 22 May 1992. She married Harold Powell 04 Jul 1926.
599 vi. Eugene Harley Thompson, born 28 Mar 1906 in Grangeville, idaho Co., Idaho; died 20 Jan 1945. He married Mary Madelene Nichols 21 May 1927.
600 vii. Stephen Jesse Thompson, born 08 Oct 1908 in Grangeville, idaho Co., Idaho; died 30 Mar 1977. He married Ruth O'Dell.
601 viii. Reed Thompson, born 08 Dec 1918; died 10 Dec 1918.
  401. John Allen10 Brown (Rutha Anne Cynthea9 Ware, Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 22 Jun 1874 in Benton Co., Ark.. He married Annie ?.
Children of John Brown and Annie ? are:
602 i. Lora11 Brown.
603 ii. Christine Brown. She married Alvin Harrell.
604 iii. Harold Brown.
605 iv. Cecil Brown.
606 v. Gail Brown.
607 vi. Annabelle Brown.
  402. Margaret Elizabeth10 Brown (Rutha Anne Cynthea9 Ware, Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 26 Feb 1876 in Benton Co., Ark., and died 22 Mar 1969 in Merkel, Tx.. She married Joseph Kincade Higgins 12 Sep 1893 in Abilene, Tx..
Children of Margaret Brown and Joseph Higgins are:
608 i. Eunice Lee11 Higgins, born 11 Aug 1895 in Merkel, Tx.; died Abt. 1950. She married Mac McCoy Buzbee 22 Feb 1914 in Stith, Texas.
609 ii. Orien Allen Higgins, born 28 Jun 1900 in Merkel, Tx.; died Abt. 1978 in Merkel, Tx.. He married Elizabeth O'Neal 06 Feb 1945 in Cottonwood, Tx.; born in Merkel, Tx.; died in Merkel, Tx..
610 iii. Ernest Jesse Higgins, born 03 Jul 1903 in Merkel, Tx.. He married (1) Margaret Reynolds. He married (2) Willie Mae Swartz. He married (3) Mary ?.
611 iv. Lois Jane Higgins, born 08 Jun 1906 in Merkel, Tx.. She married William Cowan Hudson 24 Nov 1926 in Abilene, Tx..
612 v. Dorothy Mae Higgins, born 21 Sep 1908 in Merkel, Tx.. She married Picken Euell Allen 28 Oct 1928 in Abilene, Tx..
613 vi. Ruby Jo Higgins, born 19 Oct 1911 in Merkel, Tx.; died Abt. 1981 in Merkel, Tx.. She married James Sayon Roe 19 May 1930 in Abilene, Tx..
614 vii. Jessie Ruth Higgins, born 19 Jan 1914 in Merkel, Tx.. She married Lewis Edward Harrison 20 Apr 1939 in Abilene, Tx..
615 viii. Robert Brown Higgins, born 19 Jan 1917 in Merkel, Tx.. He married Mabel Maddox 01 Nov 1941.
  403. Mary Jane10 Brown (Rutha Anne Cynthea9 Ware, Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 06 Feb 1878 in Benton Co., Ark., and died Abt. 1953. She married James Ryle Griffeth Abt. 1900.
Notes for James Ryle Griffeth:
Baptist Preacher
Children of Mary Brown and James Griffeth are:
616 i. Duane11 Griffeth.
617 ii. Effie Mae Griffeth, born Abt. 1902; died Abt. 1998. She married Samford Bibb Daniel.
618 iii. Roy James Griffeth, born Abt. 1904. He married Ora Ree Box.
619 iv. Jesse Allen Griffeth, born Abt. 1906; died Abt. 1986. He married Fay Cooke Vance.
620 v. Elmer Griffeth, born Abt. 1907; died Abt. 1976. He married Erdie Phaye Peck.
621 vi. Sammy Lee Griffeth, born Abt. 1909; died Abt. 1994. He married Emma Dale Daniel.
622 vii. Willie Newton Brown Griffeth, born Abt. 1910. He married Bertha Fay Dunn.
623 viii. Lloyd George Griffeth, born Abt. 1912; died Abt. 1961. He married (1) Wilma Dean Mustin. He married (2) Ruth Smith Searcy.
624 ix. J. C. Griffeth, born Abt. 1916. He married Ruby Adeline Peck.
625 x. Woodrow Griffeth, born Abt. 1918. He married Ruth Elizabeth Andrews.
  404. George Leroy10 Brown (Rutha Anne Cynthea9 Ware, Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 18 Apr 1879 in Benton Co., Ark., and died Abt. 1920. He married Ara Ann Winford Banner.
Children of George Brown and Ara Banner are:
626 i. Hilda Mae11 Brown. She married Arlin May.
627 ii. Ruth Ann Brown. She married Clarence Arthur Russell.
628 iii. Joel Allen Brown. He married Cornelia Hudson.
629 iv. Mildred Irene Brown. She married Seeley Birt.
  405. Will Newton10 Brown (Rutha Anne Cynthea9 Ware, Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)78 was born 22 Jun 1881 in Benton Co., Ark., and died 20 Jul 1906. He married Mary Adeline "Molly"Brown Abt. 1903, daughter of Charles Brown and Winifred Stewart. She was born 21 Nov 1881 in Tennessee.
Notes for Will Newton Brown:
probably died with typhoid
Children of Will Brown and Mary "Molly"Brown are:
630 i. Thelma Ruth11 Brown78, born 11 Feb 1904 in Jones County, Texas; died 11 Aug 1989 in Del Rio, Texas. She married (1) Charles Maurice Waldrep78 17 Aug 1926 in Forsyth, Georgia79; born 16 Aug 1901 in Georgia; died 22 Mar 1948 in Texas. She married (2) W. Ivy Pope Abt. 1965.
Notes for Thelma Ruth Brown:
I have pictures and a family history sent to me by Joy W. Mahan.
filed under Ware Family
Thelma died while visiting family in Del Rio.
She lived in Georgia for 47 years.
Notes for Charles Maurice Waldrep:
died following surgery at 46
631 ii. Will Leonzo Brown, born 02 Dec 1906; died Abt. 2000. He married Louise Briggs.
  407. Bertha Elizabeth10 Brown (Rutha Anne Cynthea9 Ware, Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 12 Apr 1886 in Benton Co., Ark.. She married Robert Hobbs.
Children of Bertha Brown and Robert Hobbs are:
632 i. Christine11 Hobbs.
633 ii. Carl Hobbs, born 27 Dec 1914. He married Tura Stephens 02 Sep 1942 in Austin, Texas.
Notes for Carl Hobbs:
Postmaster in Austin in 1973
634 iii. Margaret Hobbs. She married Melvin Ward.
  408. Guy Lenary10 Brown (Rutha Anne Cynthea9 Ware, Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 23 Apr 1888 in Fannon Co., Tx.. He married Jamelia Sherrin.
Children of Guy Brown and Jamelia Sherrin are:
635 i. Naomi11 Brown. She married W. O. Hubbard.
636 ii. Jack Brown. He married Barbara Black.
637 iii. Majorie Brown.
  409. Charles Elmer10 Brown (Rutha Anne Cynthea9 Ware, Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 16 Jan 1890 in Fannon Co., Tx.. He married (1) Myrtle ?. He married (2) Myrtle Glover 05 May 1909 in Clyde, Texas.
Children of Charles Brown and Myrtle Glover are:
638 i. Modean11 Brown. She married Noel Joyce 16 Nov 1929.
639 ii. Frances Ruth Brown, born 01 Apr 1915. She married E. D Williams.
640 iii. Charles Elmer Brown. He married Ann Harless; born in San Angelo.
  410. Carl Blair10 Brown (Rutha Anne Cynthea9 Ware, Jesse Allen8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 03 May 1893, and died Abt. 1974. He married Pauline Gilmer 02 Sep 1944 in Sterling City, Texas.
Notes for Carl Blair Brown:
WW1 Veteran and Methodist
Children of Carl Brown and Pauline Gilmer are:
641 i. Scotty11 Brown.
642 ii. Lea Heather Brown.
  413. Columbia Augustine10 Brewer (Martha Elizabeth9 Frazier, Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 05 Nov 1871 in Murray County,Georgia, and died Abt. 1948. She married (1) Henry C. Casteel. She married (2) John Willis Guinn80. He was born 14 Mar 1869 in Hamilton Co., Tennessee, and died Abt. 1904.
Children of Columbia Brewer and John Guinn are:
643 i. Charley11 Guinn, born Abt. 1888.
644 ii. George Guinn, born Abt. 1890.
645 iii. Flora Bessie Guinn, born 05 Oct 1892.
646 iv. Jalia Florence Guinn, born 12 Feb 1899; died Abt. 1964. She married (1) Roy Hoskins80; born Abt. 1898; died Abt. 1970. She married (2) Acoy Galarion. She married (3) William Benjamin Allen; born Abt. 1897.
647 v. Paul M. Guinn, born 08 May 1902.
648 vi. Stella Guinn, born Abt. 1904.
  428. Winfred Julian10 Frazier (Francis Asbury9, Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)81 was born 05 Nov 1876 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 16 Aug 1957 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Fort Hill Cementery). He married Bertha Irene Marshall82 07 Sep 1904 in Bradley County, Tennessee, daughter of William Marshall and Rachal Cooke. She was born 23 Aug 1879 in prob Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 12 Apr 1956 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Fort Hill Cementery).
Notes for Winfred Julian Frazier:
  Uncle Winfred had a grocery store in Cleveland. I don't remember seeing him many times.
Notes for Bertha Irene Marshall:
  My memories of Aunt Bertha are mostly about the week of my father's death. She came from Cleveland to our house which was a long way in those days. She took over the kitchen and she was so kind and loving to everyone. I think that she and my mother were very close. From hearing my mother tell of the early days and the four sisters-in-laws, I think they were all very good friends.
Children of Winfred Frazier and Bertha Marshall are:
649 i. Ruth Eloise11 Frazier83, born 16 Jun 1905 in Cleveland, Tennessee; died 09 Jan 1986 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Notes for Ruth Eloise Frazier:
Ruth never married. She researched and printed the first material on the Frazier and Julian families.* Before her death I (Jean Freshour) promised that I would update her little booklet. I didn't know what I was attempting. Ruth was a school teacher. She taught in the Oak Ridge schools for many years.
* our particular branch
She was a charter member of the Oak Ridge Education Association and a member of the National Association and the Tennessee Education Association.
650 ii. Marshall Francis Frazier84, born 18 Feb 1907 in Cleveland, Tennessee; died 02 Nov 1968 in Oneida, Tennessee. He married (1) Clara Elizabeth Pearce Abt. 1936; born 17 Jun 1917; died 28 Feb 1971 in Knoxville, Tennessee. He married (2) Fannie Helen Duncan Limburg Abt. 1955; born Abt. 1907; died 06 Aug 1973 in Oneida, Tennessee.
Notes for Marshall Francis Frazier:
  Marshall was a medical doctor. He practiced in the Oneida area.
651 iii. Winfred Rice Frazier(Fred)85, born 29 Oct 1914 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 14 May 1989 in Knox County, Tennessee. He married Wilma Crutchfield Unknown; born 03 Oct 1922; died 27 May 1973 in Maryville, Tennessee.
652 iv. Richard Reneau Frazier, Sr.86, born 19 Dec 1918 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 16 Mar 2002 in Knoxville, Tennessee. He married (1) Rosanne Beulah Cate 20 Dec 1942 in Cleveland, Tennessee; born 04 Aug 1920 in Bradley Co., Tennessee; died 17 Jun 1970 in Knoxville, Tennessee. He married (2) Doris J. Wood Jan 1971 in Knox County, Tennessee.
Notes for Richard Reneau Frazier, Sr.:
Richard R. Frazier Obituary:
Richard R. Frazier
-age 83 of Knoxville, passed away Saturday, March 16, 2002, at U. T. Hospital. Member of Trinity United Methodist Church. World War II Veteran of the Third Army, 90th Infantry Division. Preceded in death by his first wife, Rosanne Cate Frazier; parents Winfred and Bertha Marshall Frazier; brothers, Dr. Marshall F. Frazier and Winifred R. Frazier; sister, Ruth E. Frazier, and dog, Sam. Survived by wife, Doris W. Frazier; son Richard R. Frazier, Jr. And wife, Cindy; daughter, Anne Ham and husband, Earl Leming; grandchildren, Naomi Frazier and Cara Ham; dogs, Andy and Pepper; cat Katie, and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. The body has been cremated. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Knoxville Chapter, 9051 Executive Park Dr., Suite 600, Knoxville, Tn. 37923.
The family will receive friends 6-7 P.M. Wednesday at Weaver’s Chapel with the service to follow at 7:00 P.M., Reverends Carl Oaks and Angela Hardy officiating. Arrangements by Weaver Funeral Home, 5815 Western Ave., 588-3868
Dick retired from Knoxville Utilities Board where he was an accountant.
Notes for Rosanne Beulah Cate:
  Rosanne was ill with M. S. for many years. She and Dick were cousins from the Julian side of the family.
  430. Alva Julian10 Frazier (Francis Asbury9, Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)87 was born 25 Sep 1879 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 23 May 1932 in Lenoir City, Tennessee. He married Nellie Agnes Whittle88 04 Dec 1904 in Knoxville, Tennessee, daughter of Ransom Whittle and Sarah Byington. She was born 18 Jan 1882 in Knoxville, Tennessee, and died 11 Jun 1964 in Lenoir City, Tennessee .
Notes for Alva Julian Frazier:
  My father grew up on a farm and was never happy living in the city. He came to Knoxville as a young man to study agriculture at the University of Tennessee. He lived with his Uncle Tom while attending school. It was during this time that he met a young lady, Nell Whittle. They were married 12/04/1904. The wedding was at her home on 5th Avenue.
They lived in Cleveland, Tennessee during the early years of their marriage. Their first child was still born. They lived in Chattanooga for a while, but in 1910, they were listed in the Knoxville City Directory. By this time they had two sons, Whittle and Francis. Francis died with colic just before he was two years old. My mother was very ill with typhoid fever, and my father had surgery for a ruptured appendix. These were hard times. By 1912 they had a grocery store and lived above the store on McCalla Avenue in Knoxville. He was a good grocery man except for being too generous with credit. Mama always said he could not refuse credit to anyone who was hungry.
About 1917 or 1918 they realized a dream of Alva's: they purchased a farm (200acres) near the junction of Highways 11 and 70 in the edge of Loudon County. They moved from Knoxville in a wagon, all day for twenty miles. My mother suffered from culture shock: the mud on her carpets, the farmers in overall at church etc I was still hearing about it years later. They had three sons at this time: Whittle, Julian, and Philip.
Alva continued to sell groceries, but now wholesale for someone else. He also tried to farm and garden on nights and Saturday, never Sunday, Sunday was for rest and church. He traveled all over middle East Tennessee calling on merchants who became lifetime friends. He wore out some of the earliest Model T Fords. An early treat I remember was going with him in the summer time and having a picnic lunch of cheese and crackers and soda pop.
We lived in a very old log house which had been rebuilt or restored several times. School conditions were very poor- no transportations with the nearest two room school about 3 miles away. In the first years, they moved to Lenoir City , during the school year (5 miles away) Later the boys rode our horse and family pet, red Prince to the two room school. (Prince roamed loose in our yard, sometimes with several kids on his back). One day, he headed for the back of the farm and while crossing Hwy # 11 was hit and killed by a Greyhound Bus. There were many tears shed for him. We never had another horse anything like him.
When I became school age in 1928, there was talk of moving back to town, but finally we got a school bus actually it was a well filled station wagon.
About 1930 Alva opened a wholesale grocery in Lenoir City.( Remember this is the time of the terrible depression) remembering his history of trouble with giving credit too freely, he called it Spot Cash Grocery. He was just finishing a day there on May 23, 1932 when he fell on the sidewalk, dead with a massive heart attack, just 51 years old. (These many many years later I can still feel the pain of that time.) I was 10 years old. I remember the next days like an often played old movie.
Alva and Nell had a site picked out to build a new home. He was to never see the mortgage paid off or the new home built.
Notes for Nellie Agnes Whittle:
She was called Nell. This was her preference so that is what we put on her gravestone.
My mother was a great storyteller and she often entertained us as children with stories of her childhood and growing up years. To me it always seemed to be a romantic time (gay nineties) with carriages and horses and beautiful dresses. She was a part of a prominent family and had advantages while growing up that many did not have. She attended Holbrook College at a time when many girls did not go on to school. She was a talented pianist. She played the piano for the neighborhood Baptist Church for many years even though she was a Methodist
She loved to sew and made all of her clothing and then later mine. She loved colors and could make her home look pretty with very little. She was a very good cook and passed on to me many of her cooking skills. The table had to be set properly and certain things had to be done in the proper way. She lived her Victorian upbringing.
By the time I was born, seventh of eight children, she was worn out and ill most of the time.
After my father died (before Social Security), we had a hard time. It was 1932, the middle of the great depression. She managed with what little she had very well. She took the insurance money ($5000) and paid off the mortgage on the farm. A thousand dollars was put in the bank for emergencies: taxes or the occasional doctor bill.
During the 1940 and 50's the farm was gradually sold off to pay hospital and doctor bills (in the years before Medicare) She was blind and ill for several years before she died at 82 years of age. For the last 32 years of her life, she continued to live on the farm where she had lived with my father. She refused to leave the place where she had lived in happier times.
Children of Alva Frazier and Nellie Whittle are:
653 i. Nellie Agnes11 Frazier89, born Abt. 1905 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died Abt. 1905 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
Notes for Nellie Agnes Frazier:
  First child of Alva and Nell, Nellie Agnes, was a beautiful red headed child.
She was still born.
654 ii. Alva Whittle Frazier90, born 26 Apr 1907 in Chattanooga, Tennessee; died 01 Dec 1976 in Johnson City, Tennessee . He married Stella Mae Weeden 04 Dec 1929 in Knoxville, Tennessee; born 01 Jan 1907 in Knoxville, Tennessee; died 18 Aug 1976 in Johnson City, Tennessee.
Notes for Alva Whittle Frazier:
  Whittle Frazier was a temperamental artist. He disliked the name Whittle and was called Fritz. He was a successful commercial artist. He did work for many national and local firms. He sketched the drawing and then ran many copies by screen process. This was one of the first ways to mass produce pictures for advertising.
He died 12/01/1976 just 3 months after the death of Stella. He had many interests and made friends easily. He was drafted for military service for World War 11 when he was 39 years old. He had difficulty adjusting to military life.
He loved music. For many years he played the banjo for an orchestra on the local radio station.
Notes for Stella Mae Weeden:
  A very beautiful person, quiet where Fritz was talkative. Always thinking of others. She was very proud of her children. She came into our family when I was just 9 years old. She was so good to me, the sister I had never had. She made doll cloths for me. She is missed by us all.
655 iii. Francis Asbury Frazier91, born 16 Aug 1909 in Knox County, Tennessee; died 24 Jun 1911 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Notes for Francis Asbury Frazier:
Francis Asbury Frazier was named for his paternal grandfather. He died 6-24-1911 just two months before his second birthday. My mother said he was a very happy child. He died with colic. He is buried in Old Gray Cemetery on Broadway in Knoxville.
656 iv. Murrell Julian Frazier92, born 18 Mar 1912 in Knoxville, Tennessee; died 01 Mar 1997 in Camdenton, Missouri. He married Irene Phillips 08 Apr 1939 in Benton, Kentucky; born 23 Sep 1913 in Benton, Kentucky; died 10 Mar 1995 in Rolla, Missouri.
Notes for Murrell Julian Frazier:
  Julian was the oldest at home when my father died. He was very good to my mother. He farmed those first years. He went to work for TVA when the first dam was built. He transferred to U. S. Geological Survey in Rolla, Missouri in 1949.
He retired after 36 years. He married Irene Phillips in 1939. This was probably one of the wisest things he ever did.
When our father died, Julian felt responsible for all of us. We all felt he was very bossy but we know now he was trying to replace the father we had lost.
Julian was an outdoor person. He loved to fish and hunt. He was probably one of the first environmentalist long before we even knew the word. He requested a closed casket service; so his children dressed him as he was most comfortable: his favorite shirt, his fishing hat.
Notes for Irene Phillips:
  There is no way I could write all of the admiration and high esteem which my family felt and held for Irene. She was such a very special person. Her mother was hospitalized when she was just 2 years old and she was raised by her father and an Aunt. We always enjoyed her company and loved to go to visit her. She was the church pianist in the Baptist Church in Benton, Ky. when she and Julian met. She worked for the school system in Rolla for years after she raised her family. She was such a good cook and homemaker.
657 v. Philip Carlos Frazier93, born 04 Mar 1917 in Knoxville, Tennessee. He married (1) Zelma Lula Brawley Abt. 1946; died 15 Feb 1996 in San Antonia, Texas. He married (2) Manuela Martinez 24 Jun 1967 in San Antonia, Texas; born 14 Mar 1929 in Laredo, Texas.
Notes for Philip Carlos Frazier:
  Phil left Tennessee after World War11. He had spent some time in Texas during his service years. He liked the country; after traveling much of the western United States, he settled in San Antonio. He was a partner in a publishing company, which printed Bibles and sold them.
After his retirement he and Mallie opened an antique business. Mallie had collected antiques for many years. Phil said there was no more room in the house; so they had to open the shop.
They have spent much time and enjoyment in collecting and selling antiques. I don't think he will ever really retire, although ill health has slowed him down some.
He has a lot of rental property which also keeps him busy.
He served in WW2.
658 vi. Jack David Frazier94, born 24 Nov 1919 in Lenoir City, Tennessee; died 09 Jun 2000 in Knoxville, Tennessee. He married Viola Dean Lowe95 31 Jul 1948 in Knox County, Tennessee; born 31 Aug 1927 in Knox County, Tennessee.
Notes for Jack David Frazier:
  Jack is a veteran of World War 11. He served in the Pacific. He was an insurance adjuster for Retail Credit Co(now Equifax).
Jack is popular with people and has many friends. He loves to golf and to play all kinds of games. He belongs to the Methodist Church. In later years he has spent a lot of time camping. Jack has always been a lot of fun to be with; since he and I were the only ones in our family who stay in this area, we have spent a lot of time together. We miss him very much! (Jean)
Obituary:
Jack D. Frazier, son of Alva Frazier and Nell Whittle Frazier, age 80, of Knoxville, Tennessee, passed away Friday afternoon at his home. He was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church. He was a Veteran of World War II and served in the Pacific with U.S. .Army of Engineers. He was retired from Equifax. He was an avid golfer and camper and a member of the Camper's Corner Camping Club and loved being involved with the O'Conner Senior Citizens Center.
He is survived by his wife, Viola Lowe Frazier; son and daughter-in-law, Allen and Barbara Frazier of Blountville, Tennessee; daughter and son-in-law, Phyllis and Mark Gibbs of Macon, Georgia: six grandchildren, Todd, Chad, Kelli, Ashley, David and Allison; sister and brother-in-law, Jean Frazier Freshour and Clarence A. Freshour of Knoxville; brother and sister-in-law, Philip and Mallie Frazier of San Antonio, Texas; several nieces and nephews, and other family members and friends.
A very special thank you goes to the Baptist Hospice Center for all their help, love and caring support.
The memorial service was at 1:00 P.M., Sunday, June 11, 2000, at the Trinity United Methodist Church with Angela Hardy and Carl Oaks Officiating. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Trinity United Methodist Church Building Fund, 5613 Western Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee, 37912.
Notes for Viola Dean Lowe:
Jack always called her Vee.
Vee is a registered nurse. She has great compassion for the elderly. She spent her last working years at the Shannondale Nursing Home. She has a real gift for caring for the sick. She also collects the children.
659 vii. Donna Jean Frazier96, born 05 May 1922 in Loudon County, Tennessee. She married Clarence Albert Freshour 05 Jan 1946 in Roane County, Tennessee; born 03 Mar 1920 in Knox County, Tennessee.
Notes for Donna Jean Frazier:
(written by Clarence Freshour)
Jean Frazier Freshour was the daughter of well educated parents(for their time). She was the only girl in a family with five brothers. Her father died when she was ten years old during the great depression of 1930's. Since her mother was ill much of the time, she learned early how to clean, cook and sew. She remained in school sometimes when this was a hardship. She always loved school, reading and learning. She made good grades and was a good student. She graduated second in her high school class. Her best friend was first.
Jean was an inspiration to me to get a good education and we graduated from high school the same year. (I had had to stay out and work on the farm) She always insisted on doing only her best. Sometimes this extended to me and helping me with homework etc. Our families lived in the same community and we went to the same church. We were high school sweethearts and she was the only girl I ever loved. Our lives were interrupted by World War II. Jean worked in a war plant while I served my country for 4 years.
After the children were in school Jean worked in the office of our church for many years. She loved this job and the people she worked with. Later she worked in bookkeeping for Roden Electrical Supply where I worked. We both retired in 1985.
She was always a hard worker and interested in many things: crafts, painting, and arts, a prodigious reader, a gardener always. ( She would have been a farmer had it been possible)) We have a large wildflower garden with many native plants. We open it to the public during the "Dogwood Festival" in the spring each year. Jean is never happier than digging in the dirt and planting a new plant. We've always had a large vegetable garden and fruit trees. We have always canned and frozen much of our food.
Jean has always been very involved in her church. Our church has always been the center of our lives. Many of our friends are the people we met at church. We continue to be very active and attend all services.
Jean is a good wife, a good mother to our son, Stephen and daughter, Donna. Donna Jean is named for my Donna Jean. She is a good grandmother to our two grandsons. Clarence A. Freshour November 14, 1998
May 2,2004
I was born in 1922, and things were great. I was the seventh child and only girl in a family of boys.
There were 8 of us but the first child was stillborn and the third child died before 2 with colic.
They had given up on having a girl when I was born. My dad was a wholesale grocery man in the small town 5 miles from where we lived on a farm. My dad was raised on a farm and always wanted to go back to the farm and in 1917 they did. He farmed on weekends.
But my whole world came tumbling down in 1932. My father died with a massive heart attack at age 51. My mother was ill and worn out with child bearing. It was a different life after that but we still had things better than some.
After WW II I married the boy, my first love, who I had dated from high school. He was overseas for 3 years but finally came home! What a day that was!!! We have been happily married 58 years. The Lord has blessed us greatly.
Jean-----
E-Mail to Martha Masker:
We all have the same regrets that we ddin't listen to our elders or that we didn't ask questions. Part of my researching Fraziers was because I didn't have enough information on my father's family. We went from Loudon County where we lived to Cleveland about twice a year when I was small and my father alive. We usually stayed at Grandma's but I couldn't wait to get to Uncle Eustis' so that I could play dolls with Rachael. They lived close enough that I could walk. For some reason we did not go to town where Uncle Winfred lived so I don't remember going there or even seeing Uncle Winfred. I got to know Aunt Bertha the week that my dad died. She came (a long trip at that time) and stayed for several days and I remembered how kind and sweet she was to some really hurting children. Mostly she took care of things in the kitchen. My mother was a basket case, my father had been her whole world. She never looked at his picture, it was turned down. She never once went to the cemetery. We passed by on the way to town and she always turned the other way. I always though that she knew she had to go on but could only take so much. I know I took great care in setting the table so that his place would not be so noticely vacant. That week is still so real to me even 73 years later.
He died at 51 with a heart attack and this is 1932, depression years: left my mother a widow with 5 children to raise. She had never worked and by this time, after eight births, she was in poor health. The shock of his death never left her though she lived many years. I was 10 years old but I grew up that week. I was the only girl and someone had to take care of things. To this day I find myself trying to keep everyone cared for and happy. So a lot of what I knew was through my mother. We had radio but nothing else. So storytelling was entertainment.
Much of my story is in the family history. So won't repete it here. In the early years my mother and father, Winfred and Bertha, and a little later Eustis and Lois, and them Carlos and Cecile all lived in and around Cleveland. The sister-in-laws were good friends. I have wondered if maybe this was because they were in cahoots against a very strong willed mother-in-law. I have thought that much of the strength and drive in the Frazier line maybe came from Lou Julian Frazier. She was ahead of her time. Such as giving the Julian name to all of the children as a middle name but only if they wanted it. I kown she was well read and kept up with the news. When we went there she and my father would have long discussion on politics. Some in the family thought she was hard on Aunt Maude, having her stay at home to care for her parents instead of getting married. She was very pretty and had the wonderful Frazier smile. But at that time it was more or less expected that a daughter would stay and care for her parents. My mother loved Grandpa very much. He was probably more accepting of the city belle that their son married.
About the only thing I remember was how proud everyone was that Marshall was going to be a doctor. I know that it could not have been easy because his father ran a grocery store as did my dad in those days and money was scarce. Rachael says that her father gave much of the support for Ruth and Marshall's schooling. This would seem right since he was an educator himself.
Ruth, as the oldest grandchild and probably the one most interested in family, had many family pictures. These she gave to Fred and Dick. Anne copied some of hers for me but I am still looking for the one that I saw as a child of the family, all grown, sitting in the living room. We had a copy but after my mother died, the house was burned and we lost many family pictures. So I would like to have a copy of any Eloise sends to you. Also I would like to have a copy of Dick's story. Can you scan the picture of the reunion at Marshall's, I would love to have it.
Sometime in the 1930's, we had sort of a family reunion at our house in Loudon County. I think the folks from Florida were in Tennessee. Your father and mother came and they had a baby. This would be Marshall. It was quite a crowd because my older brother came with his two children. Eustis and Lois and their family. Marshall and Fritz,my oldest brother, were friends. Julian and Fred were friends and Fred came most summers to spend several weeks at our house. Phil and Leslie were great friends and he came often and during his years at UT. But after my father's death, money was scarce and we didn't travel to Cleveland. I went to see grandma one time in my teen years. When the estate was settled Uncle Eustis came to bring checks to each of us. This was the last time I saw him. Mary Dee told me that it was the first time they had been to our house after daddy died and she remembered her dad crying when he asked the blessing.
This is just random thoughts and maybe nothing new. Hope it helps.
We had a wonderful 4th. Bill grilled and Donna and I cooked. Andrew and Keme came over. We usually have spent the 4th alone or with friends. So there are benefits.
Thank you for the invitation! Might just take you up on it. Clarence loves Greene County. All of his ancestors lived there.
Love,
Jean
       Notes for Clarence Albert Freshour:
Clarence was a farm boy and worked hard from the time he was a small child. It was the great depression years and everyone was having a hard time. We were high school sweethearts. During our high school years war was getting under way in Europe. Clarence went for basic training in November, 1941. Pearl Harbor was the next month. Little did we know that it would be years before he came back home.
After a few months of training, I went to work in a war plant. We made bomb sights for the planes. I soon became a supervisor. I saved every penny I could for the time when Clarence would be home and we could get on with our lives. I worked until we started our family.
Clarence, went back to U. T, when he returned from serving 4 years in World War II. He was a medic with the Air Force. He served in North Africa, France, and Germany. He was overseas almost 3 years. If the war had not ended he would have probably gone to serve in the Pacific. I think the greatest day in our lives was the day, he returned to Tennessee. We had wanted to get married before he shipped out, but my mother was so against my marrying a soldier who was leaving. It was a long lonely time for both of us. We were married soon after he came home. We have had almost 53 happy years together(1998).
About the time Stephen was born, he took a job with Roden Electric Supply. He worked there for about 40 years, the last 20 as Vice-President. Roden's had grown into a large company with many branches. He retired in 1985.
Since that time , we have enjoyed doing so many things that we had never had time to do with both of us working. We bought a mobile home and traveled. We tended our wildflower garden and worked in the yard. We are very active in our church. We have had time to read and the library is a regular trip for us. We have spent a lot of time researching 8 families. Last fall grandson Stephen fixed us up with a computer and since then I have been entering tons of information into this computer. How this world has changed in my 76 years.
Clarence is a very quiet person with a quick wit. Many people including myself do not always know when he is joking or if he is serious. He has a strong religious faith. He is a very good husband and provider. His family has always been very important to him.(written in 1998)
It is now 2004 and we have been married for 58 years. We feel very blessed to have each other and are thankful for each day. We are both in pretty good health and walk almost every day. In 2001 we sold our home and left good neighbors, our wildflowers, garden, birds and trees. We moved to a very nice condo. Gradually it has become home. We are much closer to everything and no yard work. We now have 2 great grandchildren, Shane and Savannah and another one on the way.
  660 viii. William Dexter Frazier96, born 20 Jun 1924 in Loudon County, Tennessee; died 28 Nov 1990 in San Antonia, Texas. He married Carolyn ? Abt. 1975.
Notes for William Dexter Frazier:
  Bill was a semi-invalid for most of his life. Lived with his mother until her death. Married late in life and divorced. Lived his last years near Phil in San Antonio. He was cremated and ashes spread on the family plot in Lenior City, Tennessee.
  431. Eustis Julian10 Frazier (Francis Asbury9, Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)97 was born 05 Jun 1881 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 19 Nov 1950 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Fort Hill Cementery). He married Lois Blondell Nichols98 17 May 1917 in Bradley County, Tennessee, daughter of Nichols and Penelope Jones. She was born 09 Sep 1893 in Wisconsin, and died 04 Apr 1961 in Bradley County Tennessee(Fort Hill Cemetery ).
Notes for Eustis Julian Frazier:
  Eustis taught in Bradley County school for about 40 years. He served for 12 years as Superintendent, 9 years as principal at Bradley, and was principal at Charleston, Tennessee before returning to Bradley again, where he was teaching mathematics at the time of his death.
Uncle Eustis and Aunt Lois lived near Grandma Frazier's. I remember how much fun it was as a child to go from Grandma to their house to play. Rachel was near my age and we usually played dolls. About once or twice each year before my father died we would go to Cleveland and it was a long trip. I remember going at least once after we got an A model Ford, quite a step up from the T models. Uncle Eustis and family came every year before my fathers' death to visit. These were good times for our family.
Notes for Lois Blondell Nichols:
I remember Aunt Lois as being very attractive and friendly. It seemed everyone loved her. She was a musician. I must have been the only brown eyed cousin among the Frazier cousins. She always mentioned my brown eyes. Most were blonds and red heads with blue eyes.
Children of Eustis Frazier and Lois Nichols are:
661 i. Leslie Nichols11 Frazier99, born 10 Feb 1918 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 10 Apr 2000 in Branford, Florida. He married (1) Agnes Bohannen McCormick100 Abt. 1945; born Unknown; died 15 Mar 1965 in Hamilton County, Tennessee. He married (2) Exie Buck Abt. 1990; born Unknown in ?..
Notes for Agnes Bohannen McCormick:
  1st wife of Leslie
662 ii. Rachael Frazier101, born 17 Nov 1920 in Bradley County, Tennessee. She married Hugh Carr, Sr.101 03 Jul 1944 in Cleveland, Tennessee; born 04 Dec 1919 in Charleston, Tennessee; died 01 Sep 1974 in Columbia, S. C..
Notes for Rachael Frazier:
My childhood playmate when they came to visit us. Being the only girl in a family of boys, I was delighted when Rachael came and we could play girl games.
Rachael (Ricky) lives in Columbia, South Carolina. She was a teacher in Cleveland. Director of Family Housing at University of South Carolina. Retired 30/06/1983
Notes for Hugh Carr, Sr.:
WW2 Veteran
Hugh was adopted by M. Louise and Mary E. Carr.
663 iii. Shirley Lois Frazier101, born 31 Mar 1926 in Bradley County, Tennessee. She married Frank Hendrix102 07 Jun 1947; born 03 May 1923; died 26 Mar 1999 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Notes for Frank Hendrix:
  Obituary: Dr. Frank Leonard Hendrix ,age 75, of Knoxville,died Friday, March 26, 1999, at Ft. Sanders Park West Hospital. Elder of Sequoyah Hills Presbyterian Church. Professor of Transportation and Logistics at University of Tennessee. Participated in D-Day Invasion and and received the Bronze Star. Member of Elks Lodge BPOE#160, Alpha Kappa Psi, American Economic Association, American Society of Traffic and Logistics Inc., Delta Nu Alpha Transportation Fraternity, Federal Maritime Commission Practitioner, National Aerospace Education Council, Southern Economic Association, Omicron Delta Kappa Honorary and Leadership Fraternity, Civil Air Patrol and Phi Sigma Kappa Social Fraternity. Survivors: wife Shirley Frazier Hendrix; two sons, F. Leonard Hendrix, Jr. and wife, Patricia of Tullahoma, Tennessee, Leslie Thomas Hendrix of Knoxville; daughter, Lois Ann and husband, Scott Evans of Stafford, Va.: eight grandchildren, Amelia, Laura, Leigh, and Thomas Hendrix of Tullahoma, Christopher, Courtney, Hallie and Samantha Evans of Stafford, Va. Memorial service 11 A.M. Monday at Sequoyah Hills Presbyterian Church with Dr. William Barron officiating. Interment will be private. Family will receive friends after the service in the fellowship hall. Family requests that memorials be made to Sequoyah Hills Presbyterian Church Building Fund or to Covenant Presbyterian Church Building Fund, P. O. Box 1405, Tullahoma, Tn. 37388. Arrangements by Rose Mortuary Mann Heritage Chapel.
  432. Carlos Julian10 Frazier (Francis Asbury9, Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)103 was born 21 Dec 1883 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 15 Jun 1979 in Lantana, Florida. He married Cecile Whitworth 10 Oct 1911 in Bradley, County, Tennessee. She was born 26 Dec 1892 in Tennessee, and died 11 Oct 1976 in Lantana, Florida.
Notes for Carlos Julian Frazier:
   Carlos lived 95 1/2 years and was able to live in his own home till the end, only in bed the last week. He was a well known nurseryman in the Palm Beach area of Florida. He dealt with all kind of plants. His hobby was "podacarpus"; an ornamental shrub. He began planting the seed as a hobby; but it developed into a full time occupation. This family was known for their kind hospitality to everyone.
I remember only once when I was a child that Uncle Carlos and Aunt Cecile came to visit. Florida was a long way from Tennessee. Corinne was a baby and Carl just a little boy. I felt as if I knew the girls because my mother had told me much about my cousins. She had known them while they still lived in Cleveland. Clarence and I went to see them once when we were in Miami for a business trip. They were very gracious to us. Frances lived near and she came over to see us. We did not have much time since Clarence had to be back for meetings. I wish I had known them better.
Children of Carlos Frazier and Cecile Whitworth are:
664 i. Frances Isabel11 Frazier104, born 01 Oct 1912 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 12 Sep 2005 in Boynton Beach, Florida. She married Allan Quarterman Murray105 27 Aug 1931 in Florida; born 18 Mar 1905 in Lakeland, Florida; died 12 Mar 1999 in Hospice By the Sea , Boca Raton, Florida.
Notes for Frances Isabel Frazier:
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... Mom's Obituary
.... we put in the Palm Beach Post newspaper
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Frances Isabel Frazier Murray
Age 92, of Boynton Beach, Florida, passed away on Monday, September 12, 2005
at Hospice of Bethesda Memorial Hospital.. She was born on Oct.1, 1912,
Bradley County, TN and lived in Florida since 1925.
Frances is survived by four loving sons, Tom (Carol) of Boynton Beach, Dave
(Lori) of Lake Worth, Don (Marilyn) of Hahira, GA, and Ken (Jan) of
Newberry, FL. She is also survived by two sisters; Rebecca Peterson and
Corinne Burdick. She has 10 grandchildren, Karen (Joe) Gretzula, Anna
(Jesse)Bush, Todd, Brent, Bryan, Michael (Marcey), Steven (Sheri), Celina,
Aimee, and John Murray); and 4 greatgrandchildren (Alexia, Tyler, Hannah,
and Max). She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 67 years,
Allan; a brother, Carl, and sisters, Mildred Bryant and MaryDee Beall.
Frances graduated from Palm Beach High School in 1931, and worked for Gulf
Oil for the next nine years before starting her family. She was a loving
wife who worked with her husband at Allan Murray Nursery, Inc on Military
Trail from 1945 until they retired in 1970 and turned the business over to
their 4 sons. Next to the Lord, she loved her family greatly as they were
the most important things in her life. She was a sweet loving mother and
wife, who was always kind to everyone. Her sisters say "she was the
sweetest one of us all." She was the embodiment of the virtuous woman
described in Proverbs 31. She was a long time member of First United
Methodist Church of Boynton Beach. Her favorite Bible verse was John 3:16,
""For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that
whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life." And
now she is with the Lord she loved and her beloved husband!
Visitation will be on Saturday, September17, at 12:00, followed by the
funeral service at 1:00 pm, at Scobee-Combs-Bowden, Boynton Beach, Rev.
Robert Hahn of First United Methodist Church officiating.
Notes for Allan Quarterman Murray:
  Allan Quarterman Murray
Age 93, of Lantana, Florida, passed away on Friday, March 12, 1999 at Hospice by the Sea, Boca Raton. He was born in Lakeland, Florida, March 18, 1905 and lived in Florida all his life. He moved to West Palm Beach in 1922.
Allan is survived by his loving wife of 67 years, Frances; and four loving sons, Tom(Carol) of Boynton Beach, Dave(Lori) of Lake Worth, Don(Marilyn) of Boynton Beach, and Ken(Jan) of Alachua. He is also survived by three sisters; Nellie Smith of Ft. Meade, Bobbi Smith of Bartow, and Reatha Spence of Bartow. He has 10 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Fred, and Paul; and five sisters, Nancy, Rose, Loretta Fisher, Jackie Weeks, and Vera Strahle.
Allan first bought twenty acres of land located one mile south of Hypoluxo Road on Military Trail and built Allan Murray Nursery, Inc. on it. He owned and operated it from 1945 until he retired in 1970, when he turned the business over to his sons. He was a creative man of many talents. From the raw land of huckleberry bushes and rattlesnakes, he built the nursery and his own home, and raised four sons. He was known for the quality of his plants, many of which are planted throughout Palm Beach County. He was a long time member of Florida Nurserymen and Growers Association.
He was a man who loved his family, was an example for them, and who instilled in them the principles of honesty, hard work, kindness to others, and worship of God. He was an active member of First United Methodist Church of Boynton Beach from 1945, when he helped build the worship building. Upon retirement in 1970, while living in other communities, he was a member of Trinity and St. John's United Methodist Churches, before returning to the area and First United Methodist Church of Boynton Beach.
Visitation will be on Monday, March 15, at 2:00 PM, followed by the funeral service at 3:00 PM, Scobee-Combs-Bowden, Boynton Beach, Rev. Robert Hahn of First United Methodist Church officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice by the Sea, Boca Raton or First United Methodist Church of Boynton Beach. Committal services will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Park, West Palm Beach.
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A. Murray, nursery founder
by Peter Donald ... Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
Allan Q. Murray, 93, founder of the Allan Murray Nursery in suburban Lake Worth, died Friday at Hospice by the Sea in Boca Raton.
His family said he died of old age.
"Everything he did was for the family, by teaching and example," said his son, Tom, on Friday.
Mr. Murray, a lifetime resident of Florida, was born in Lakeland on March 18,1905. As a boy, he learned to farm with his father while working in citrus groves.
He moved to West Palm Beach in 1922 and met his wife, Frances, three years later. "I had gone next door to borrow sugar, and there he was," she said Friday. "I never saw a smile so sweet."
In 1945, Mr. Murray bought his 20-acre farm on Military Trail.
Allan Murray Nursery was one of the first farms to sprout along a portion of the trail that became know as "nursery row." While cultivating his first crops, Mr. Murray sold chickens and eggs, but eventually became known for his citrus, shade trees, hedges and ornamental plants.
When Florida Atlantic University was just an idea, Mr. Murray was one of its first contributors.
He leaves his wife of 67 years, and four children, Thomas and Donald, both of Boynton Beach; David of Lake Worth; and Kenneth of Alachua. He had 10 grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Visitation will be 2 P.M. Monday at Scobee-Combs-Bowden Funeral Home in Boynton Beach, followed by a 3 P.M. funeral
665 ii. Mary Cordelia Frazier(Mary Dee)106, born 13 Sep 1914 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 30 Nov 2001 in Stevenson, Maryland. She married Osborn Preston Beall107 11 Sep 1937; born 15 Jan 1901 in Maryland; died 15 Apr 1977 in Stevenson, Maryland.
Notes for Mary Cordelia Frazier(Mary Dee):
Monday 26 Nov.(2001)
Jean:
I wanted you to know that the hospice nurse was at Mom Beall's house
yesterday (Sunday) and she she said that her body is beginning to
shut down. Everyone is with her. Mary Dee flew in last night. Carl and
Dorothea have been with her the last week and Preston drove in last
night. She received news last Monday that the Cancer was active in
her blood and after she heard that news she quickly declined the days
that followed. Her nurses and live-in companion (Agnus) have been
absolutely wonderful. Other than getting extremely hot once in awhile she is
comfortable.
I will e-mail when she has gone to be with God and Jesus Christ.
Beth Beall
(Tuesday 27 Nov.)
Mom Beall is still with us but her body is shutting down. She has had
wonderful responses to Frazier (her nurse says that she sees Frazier as
her continuum on this earth). She has also had wonderful responses to
anyone who wants to read the bible. She has multiple page markers in
her Bible. Jennifer will be here today at 3:00 p.m. She is
comfortable. She has called the children around twice to tell them
something but can't get it out. Her nurse is wonderful.
I will keep in touch. Please e-mail everyone and let them know of her
condition. She will have a grave side service followed by a memorial
service out of Carroll-Gills United Methodist Church (the Church she
joined when Stevenson closed).
Beth
Jean:
I asked Mary Dee Jr. to e-mail these documents to me so that I could
send them on to you and you could disseminate. Mom's death was peaceful
with Carl and Mary Dee by her side. Her last statement on Thursday was
" I will come. Let me come".
She had a beautiful memorial service on Monday that lasted 1:45 minutes
because so many spoke regarding how Mom had impacted their life. It was
a wonderful testament to a great lady. Obviously, these days are hard
for us, but we will get through them. I am joyful that Mom is Heaven,
but is difficult not having her physically with us. The family will be
celebrating Christmas at her house.
Thank you for all of your prayers and thoughts.
Beth
We look forward to seeing the Frazier family members this summer.
Mary Dee Frazier Beall
September 13, 1914 – November 30, 2001
    Mrs. Osborne Preston (Mary Dee Frazier) Beall, Sr., who lived in Stevenson for 64 years, died November 30, 2001, at age 87. The burial service will be at Druid Ridge Cemetery at 10:00 A.M. on December 3, followed by an 11:00 A.M. memorial service at Stone Chapel United Methodist Church (Stone Chapel Lane, Pikesville, Maryland). In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the United Methodist Board of Child Care, 3000 Gaither Road, Baltimore, MD 21244; or the American Cancer Society, 8219 Town Center Driver, Baltimore 21236-0025.
Born September 13, 1914 in Cleveland, TN, Mrs. Beall was the daughter of Carlos and Cecile Frazier. She grew up in West Palm Beach, where her family moved in 1925. After graduation from Palm Beach High School, she became first a dental assistant, then a companion to Mrs. Dora Thomas, widow of a Methodist minister in Baltimore and mother of John Charles Thomas, a baritone soloist with the Metropolitan Opera and star of stage and radio fame. She met Mr. Thomas while singing in the Romany Chorus, a group he organized for public performances in Palm Beach.
As companion to Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Beall moved to Towson in 1935, where she soon met and married Osborne Preston Beall, who was active in the Methodist Church. Mr. Beall had a Ford agency in Stevenson. Mrs. Beall maintained family traditions such as Thanksgiving in the Beall home in Stevenson for many years and the summer Beall reunion. The annual reunion met at her home for more than 55 years.
In the 1950’s, Mrs. Beall was active in the Parent-Teacher Association in Pikesville, organizing events for the school and serving as PTA president. She was also instrumental in bringing Community Concerts to Pikesville throughout the 1950s. She and Mr. Beall both participated in a drive to expand the old Pikesville Library, culminating in the dedication of a new Pikesville Memorial Library (which has since been replaced) on Reisterstown Road and Sudbrook Lane in 1951.
Early community activities included volunteer work for the Pikesville Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts, and for the Pikesville Red Cross and the Heart Fund. She became active in local and state Republican activities and organizations, serving as President of the Pikesville Federation of Republican Women for over 30 years, as well as president of the Maryland State Federation of Republican Women.
In 1967, Mrs. Beall went to Annapolis as social secretary to Mrs. Judy Agnew, wife of the newly elected governor of Maryland. She accompanied Mrs. Agnew to Washington when Mr. Agnew, chosen as the running mate of Richard Nixon, became Vice President in 1969. With Mrs. Agnew, she traveled over the United States and abroad to Thailand, Bali, Indonesia, Malaysia and Afghanistan.
Widowed in 1977, Mrs. Beall was a leader in her church, Stevenson United Methodist. At its closing in 1999, she joined Carroll’s-Gill’s United Methodist Church, on Chestnut Ridge, of which was she was a member until the time of her death.
Mrs. Beall is survived by two sons, Osborne Preston Beall, Jr. (wife Margaret) and Carl Frazier Beall (wife Elizabeth), both of Stevenson; and two daughters, Dorothea Beall Lankford (husband Norris), Brooklandville and Mary Dee Beall, Jr., (husband Robert Frank), San Francisco; three grandchildren, Jennifer Kirsten Beall, Chicago, Carl Kristofer Beall, and Mary Frazier Beall, both of Stevenson; two step-granddaughters, Elizabeth Copeland, Atlanta, and Meredith Copeland, San Francisco; and two step-great-grandchildren, Spencer and Emily Copeland, Atlanta. She is also survived by three sisters, Frances Murray, Rebecca Peterson and Corinne Burdick, all of the West Palm Beach area, and one brother, Carl Frazier, Orlando; two aunts and many loving nieces, nephews and cousins.
Mary Dee Frazier Beall
September 13, 1914 – November 30, 2001
Mary Dee F. Beall, a Republican women's leader who became social secretary to Judy Agnew, wife of former Maryland governor and vice president Spiro T. Agnew, died of cancer Friday at her Stevenson home. She was 87.
From 1967 to 1973, she handled correspondence and arranged scheduling for Mrs. Agnew, whose husband's selection as running mate by Richard M. Nixon in the 1968 presidential election placed the Maryland governor into the national spotlight.
In a 1970 interview, Mrs. Beall recalled that she was at her desk at the governor's mansion in Annapolis when Mrs. Agnew called from the 1968 Republican National Convention in Miami.
"Mary Dee, are you sitting down?" Mrs. Agnew told her. "It's Spiro."
Mrs. Beall met the Agnews in the 1950s, when "Ted" Agnew was a Baltimore County precinct worker and she was president of the Pikesville Federation of Republican Women and vice chairwoman of the GOP state central committee.
In 1962, the year Mr. Agnew was elected Baltimore County executive, Mrs. Beall served a term as president of the Maryland Federation of Republican Women. She also worked to expand the Pikesville public library and brought community concerts to Pikesville.
Mrs. Agnew asked her to go to Annapolis as her social secretary, and to help with recognizing faces in the state capital as Mr. Agnew began his term as governor in 1967.
After the Nixon-Agnew ticket won the presidential election and the Agnews moved to quarters in the Sheraton Park Hotel in Northwest Washington, Mrs. Beall drove there weekdays and dealt with the bags of mail Mrs. Agnew received.
"She knew Republican circles, and she had a sense of the proper way to do things right," said her daughter Mary Dee Beall of San Francisco.
She also accompanied Mrs. Agnew on a 1970 around-the-world goodwill mission aboard Air Force Two. On other trips she visited U.S. orphanages, women's clubs and hospitals with Mrs. Agnew.
Born in Cleveland, Tenn., Mary Dee Frazier was raised in West Palm Beach, Fla., and was a graduate of Palm Beach High School. She grew up on an estate -- owned by William J. McAneeny, a founder of the Hudson-Essex Motor Car Co. in Detroit -- that was managed by her father. Family members said her exposure to the social life in Palm Beach provided good experience for her future role.
While in Florida she sang in a choral group, through which she met Metropolitan Opera baritone and Broadway singer John Charles Thomas. After working briefly as a dental assistant, she became social secretary and traveling companion to Towson resident Dorothea Thomas, the singer's mother.
Shortly after moving to Baltimore County in the 1930s, she met and married Osborne Preston Beall Sr., a Ford dealership owner who died in 1977.
At home, Mrs. Beall was an accomplished hostess. "When friends would admire her home, she would tell people she furnished it from estate sales," said daughter Dorothea Beall Langford of Brooklandville. "Her home was very important to her. She was generous with it, and her friends were always welcome."
A memorial service was held Monday in Pikesville.
In addition to her daughters, she is survived by two sons, Osborne Preston Beall Jr. and Carl Frazier Beall, both of Stevenson; a brother, Carl Frazier of Orlando, Fla.; three sisters, Frances Murray of Boynton Beach, Fla., Rebecca Peterson of Lake Worth, Fla., and Corinne Burdick of West Palm Beach; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Mary Dee Frazier Beall
September 13, 1914 – November 30, 2001
      "She knew Republican circles, and she had a sense of the proper way to do things right," said her daughter Mary Dee Beall of San Francisco.
She also accompanied Mrs. Agnew on a 1970 around-the-world goodwill mission aboard Air Force Two. On other trips she visited U.S. orphanages, women's clubs and hospitals with Mrs. Agnew.
Born in Cleveland, Tenn., Mary Dee Frazier was raised in West Palm Beach, Fla., and was a graduate of Palm Beach High School. She grew up on an estate -- owned by William J. McAneeny, a founder of the Hudson-Essex Motor Car Co. in Detroit -- that was managed by her father. Family members said her exposure to the social life in Palm Beach provided good experience for her future role.
While in Florida she sang in a choral group, through which she met Metropolitan Opera baritone and Broadway singer John Charles Thomas. After working briefly as a dental assistant, she became social secretary and traveling companion to Towson resident Dorothea Thomas, the singer's mother.
Shortly after moving to Baltimore County in the 1930s, she met and married Osborne Preston Beall Sr., a Ford dealership owner who died in 1977.
At home, Mrs. Beall was an accomplished hostess. "When friends would admire her home, she would tell people she furnished it from estate sales," said daughter Dorothea Beall Langford of Brooklandville. "Her home was very important to her. She was generous with it, and her friends were always welcome."
A memorial service was held Monday in Pikesville.
In addition to her daughters, she is survived by two sons, Osborne Preston Beall Jr. and Carl Frazier Beall, both of Stevenson; a brother, Carl Frazier of Orlando, Fla.; three sisters, Frances Murray of Boynton Beach, Fla., Rebecca Peterson of Lake Worth, Fla., and Corinne Burdick of West Palm Beach; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
   666 iii. Mildred Whitworth Frazier108, born 18 Jan 1917 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 06 Apr 1983 in Nashville, Tennessee. She married William Morris Bryant109 27 Nov 1941 in ?.; born 27 Nov 1914 in Nashville, Tennessee.
667 iv. Rebecca Ann Frazier (Becky)110, born 17 Apr 1920 in Bradley County, Tennessee. She married Spencer Carl Peterson111 14 Feb 1947 in Palm Beach, Florida; born 24 May 1917 in Chicago, Illinois; died 10 Jun 1999 in Lake Worth, Florida.
Notes for Spencer Carl Peterson:
Spencer Carl Peterson
82, of Lake Worth died Thursday, June 10, 1999.
Born in Chicago, IL, the only child of Swedish
immigrants, Carl and Caroline Peterson. He was a
graduate of the RCA Institute in Chicago and also
attended universities in Wisconsin and Texas. Prior
to WW II, he was an engineer at radio station WJNO
where he met his future wife, Rebecca Frazier. He
obtained his pilot's license with the CAP at Morrison
Field.
During the war, he was employed by Minneapo-
lis-Honeywell to assist in setting up their Aeronauti-
cal Division production line for auto pilot and compo-
nents of the Norden bombsight. He was then
transferred to North Africa 10 days after US troops
first landed and was very proud to be assigned to
General Jimmy Doolittle's command.
After returning to the states, he was assigned to
many locations including England, Germany, and Ha-
waii. He joined the U.S. Army toward the end of the
war and served in Special Military Police forces in
Hanford, Washington where he married Rebecca Fra-
zier in Spokane.
After his tour, he returned to Honeywell with
assignment from Maine to Puerto and Arizona,
finally settling in Florida. He was privileged to work
on all the moon shots with Federal Electric at Kenne-
dy Space Center.
He is survived by his wife, Rebecca; daughter,
Elizabeth McNicholas of Pittsburgh, PA; sons, Carl
of Bellevue, WA and James of Tucson, AZ; grandchil-
dren, Adrienne McNicholas of Torento, and Michael
McNicholas of Montreal, Canada.
A Memorial Service will be held Tuesday, June
15, 2 PM, at SCOBEE-COMBS-BOWDEN FUNER-
AL HOME, U.S. Highway #1 and NE 15th Avenue,
Boynton Beach.
(The Palm Beach Post, June 14, 1999)
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   668 v. Carl Whitworth Frazier112, born 21 Jan 1926 in West Palm Beach, Florida; died 19 Apr 2004 in Orlando, Florida. He married Jean Garland113 22 Nov 1952; born 07 Jul 1928 in North Carolina.
Notes for Carl Whitworth Frazier:
There will be a small memorial service for Big Carl on Saturday morning at
10:00:
Dobbs Funeral Home
430 North Kirkman Road, Orlando, FL 32811
(407) 578-7720
Big Carl had asked that his body be cremated and his ashes buried at the Red
Hill Cemetery, near the farm in North Carolina. There will be a memorial
service there. No date has been set, and it probably will not be right away.
Tom Murray
The family agreed to remove life support on the 18th and Carl died about 9:00 P.M. on April 19, 2004.
Order of Service
Invocation
Scripture Readings
Old Testament: Isaiah 58:6-11
New Testament: Romans 8:28-39
Song by Troy and Lisa Demps
Reflections
Song
Words of Comfort
Song
Arranged by daughter Nancy
669 vi. Martha Corinne Frazier114, born 22 Aug 1930 in West Palm Beach, Florida. She married (1) Stewart Robert Baldwin115 28 Dec 1951 in West Palm Beach, Florida; born Unknown in ?.. She married (2) Sylvan Blaise Burdick115 10 Jun 1966 in West Palm Beach, Florida; born 28 Jan 1922 in Brooklyn, New York; died 01 Jan 2006 in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Notes for Sylvan Blaise Burdick:
Obituary: Sylvan Burdick, attorney who championed for better life, equal rights
By Jane Musgrave
Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
Tuesday, January 03, 2006
Although more than 50 years have passed, attorney John Farrell still remembers Sylvan Burdick's outrage over his treatment by a justice of the peace.
"You can't imagine how dumb he was and how little he knew about the law," Farrell recalled Mr. Burdick sputtering at a meeting of Palm Beach County's Junior Bar Association. "We have to do something."
That something turned into a campaign to persuade the legislature to abandon the antiquated justice of the peace system and create small claims courts so average people would have a place to go to resolve their disputes.
"It served a marvelous purpose," Farrell said of the courts that were quickly established through the state. "And it was all because a justice of the peace had offended Sy Burdick by being stupid."
Mr. Burdick's push for the creation of a new branch of the court system in the 1950s and his reasons behind it were typical, friends and family members said Monday.
Mr. Burdick died late Sunday after a lengthy battle with leukemia. He was 82.
Throughout his life, the longtime West Palm Beach lawyer and former city commissioner pushed to make life better for those who lacked either his passion, his training or both.
A founding member of the Urban League of Palm Beach County, he pushed for equal rights for blacks and other minorities. He opposed the Vietnam War early and vociferously and worked for candidates who pledged to bring an end to the war. He watched the flight to the suburbs and pushed to keep the downtown vibrant.
"He was for urban renewal and it was a dirty word," said Corinne Burdick, his wife of 39 years.
He urged the city commission to build the West Palm Beach Auditorium on Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard. The hall, which was sold to the Jehovah's Witnesses in 1998 to close its 31-year run, was often criticized for its tepee-like appearance and its tendency to leak — but not its ability to bring top entertainment to the county.
But it was his work with young people and the underprivileged that was his hallmark, friends said.
The first meetings of the Urban League were held in his house. Later, he was asked to lead it.
"We needed someone who could really challenge government and all the private and public sector entities to help create opportunities for African-Americans and other minorities," said Maude Ford Lee, a former county commissioner who was married to Percy Lee, one of the league's other founders.
Until he retired in June 2004, he practiced law with two of his sons, Gregory and Geoffrey. He also was once a law partner of former West Palm Beach Mayor Joel Daves.
In addition to Gregory, Geoffrey and his wife, he is survived by another son Gary; daughters Valerie Seifert, Pamela Burdick, Abigail Morton and Jennifer Springfield; 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Family-Placed Funeral Notice
SYLVAN B. BURDICK1/28/22 - 1/1/06 Sylvan (Sy) Burdick of West Palm Beach, died peacefully at home, on January 1, 2006, after a long battle with Leukemia. He was born in Brooklyn, NY, the second of three sons to Edith and Albert Burdick. He was predeceased by his parents and former wife, Mary Burdick. A graduate of Fordham University and University of Miami Law School, Mr. Burdick was a highly regarded attorney in South Florida for more than 50 years until retiring in 2004. A skilled speaker, he was well respected by his colleagues for his intellect, wit and fearless challenges to the legal system. He counseled thousands of people, gave his time freely to those in need, and was prominent in the community he loved. In addition to his active law practice, he managed the PBC campaigns of presidential candidate, Sen. Hubert Humphrey, gubernatorial candidate, Robert King High, and legislative candidate, Joel Daves, a former law partner and Mayor of WPB. He also served as City Commisioner from 1958 to 1964. Sylvan, a well known proponent of civil rights, was one of the founders of the Urban League, worked actively for integration and as a champion for the underdog. He also provided the impetus for creation of the small claims court system in FL. He was a Renaissance man: widely read, actively involved in many civic organizations, musically gifted, a craftsman, a wordsmith, raconteur, arts patron and avid tennis player. Mr. Burdick traveled extensively in the country he loved, in his RV with his wife, children and friends. He had a life-long love of animals and he was involved for 25 years with Doberman Rescue. He was a devoted family man and will be deeply missed and forever loved by his cherished wife of 40 years, Corinne Frazier Burdick, and his seven children and their spouses: Valerie and Ralph Seifert, Pamela Burdick, Geoffrey and Teri Parker Burdick, Gregory and Paulette Burdick, Gary and Sarah Burdick, Abigail Burdick Morton, and Jennifer and Emory Springfield. He will leave a place that can never be filled in the hearts of his grandchildren, Lisa Bennett, Christopher Burdick, Jasun Burdick, Devyn Phinney and Quaid Morton, Pascal and Paris Burdick, Eddie and Jillian Burdick, Blaise and Frazier Springfield, and his great grandchildren, Lauch and Lauren Bennett; and also his brothers, Manny (Chuck) Burdick of Westchester, NY, and Harvey Burdick of Bloomfield, Michigan. He will be missed and remembered by countless others, whose lives he touched. A Public Memorial Service will be held at Unity Church of the Palm Beaches, 1901 N. Flagler Drive on Saturday, January 7, 2006 at 4:00. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to Hospice of Palm Beach County.
Published in The Palm Beach Post from 1/5/2006 - 1/6/2006
433. Samuel Cleveland10 Frazier (Samuel Allen9, Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1884 in Georgia. He married Ella ?. She was born Abt. 1897 in Georgia.
Children of Samuel Frazier and Ella ? are:
670 i. Samuel Cleveland11 Frazier,Jr., born 1918 in Whitfield Co., Ga..
671 ii. Frances Frazier, born 1920 in Whitfield Co., Ga..
  436. Ruth L.10 Frazier (Samuel Allen9, Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 19 Sep 1891 in Whitfield, Georgia, and died 17 Jun 1964 in Dalton, Georgia. She married Vaughn Albert Babb 06 Jun 1917 in Whitfield, Georgia. He was born 12 Aug 1890.
Child of Ruth Frazier and Vaughn Babb is:
672 i. S. Ruth11 Babb, born 02 Apr 1918 in Whitfield, Georgia.
  440. Arthur F.10 Frazier (Thomas Rolen9, Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 01 Aug 1884 in Knox County, Tennessee, and died 16 Nov 1962 in Knox County, Tennessee(New Gray Cem.). He married Buelah Vesta French 17 Mar 1905 in Maryville, Tennessee. She was born 18 Apr 1886 in Knox County, Tennessee, and died 18 Sep 1967 in Knox County, Tennessee(New Gray Cem.).
Children of Arthur Frazier and Buelah French are:
673 i. Zelma Ann11 Frazier, born 11 Feb 1906.
674 ii. Alvin Frank Frazier, born 02 Nov 1907.
675 iii. Edith Mae Frazier, born 13 Jan 1909.
676 iv. Howard Thomas Frazier, born 20 Nov 1911.
677 v. Vernon French Frazier, born 06 Sep 1918.
  443. Walter A.10 Frazier (Thomas Rolen9, Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 24 Oct 1900 in Knox County, Tennessee, and died 06 Nov 1974 in Dallas, Texas (Restland Cem.). He married Mildred Laughter 01 Jul 1930 in Dallas, Texas, daughter of Edward Laughter and Cora Cate. She was born 03 Sep 1905 in Memphis, Tennessee, and died 24 Sep 1994 in Dallas, Texas (Restland Cem.).
Notes for Walter A. Frazier:
  Baptist. Auto Parts Owner
Children of Walter Frazier and Mildred Laughter are:
678 i. Thomas R.11 Frazier, born 04 May 1931.
679 ii. William E. Frazier, born 12 Jun 1934.
  444. Clara M.10 Frazier (Thomas Rolen9, Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)116 was born 10 Nov 1902 in Knox County, Tennessee, and died 07 May 1985 in Etowah, Tennessee(Greenhill Cemetery). She married Ernest E. Hamby 12 Feb 1926 in Etowah, Tennessee, son of Jerome Hamby. He was born 10 Nov 1902 in Knox County, Tennessee, and died 26 Sep 1995 in Etowah, Tennessee(Greenhill Cemetery).
Children of Clara Frazier and Ernest Hamby are:
680 i. Joyce11 Hamby, born 25 Feb 1927. She married Elder McCarter 21 Nov 1952 in Gatlinburg, Tennessee; born 20 Oct 1923 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Notes for Elder McCarter:
Motel owner
681 ii. Jack Hamby, born 21 Jun 1929.
  455. Margaret Orella10 Carson (Lou Jeanette9 Frazier, Nancy Ruth8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)117 was born 04 Aug 1892 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 06 Jul 1958 in Bradley County, Tennessee. She married Abraham Lincoln Bullard117 29 Mar 1914 in Hickory County, Missouri, son of Frederick Bullard and Alice Thomas. He was born 24 Apr 1889 in Almon, Missouri, and died 23 Mar 1970 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
Children of Margaret Carson and Abraham Bullard are:
682 i. Roy James11 Bullard117, born 07 Jan 1915; died Jul 1970. He married Frances Hogan.
683 ii. Frances Margaret Bullard, born 07 Aug 1916 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire; died 10 Jun 1995 in Dallas, Texas. She married Roderick Bell117 Abt. 1944; born 18 Feb 1916 in Little Rock, Arkansas; died 20 Jul 1989 in Dallas, Texas.
684 iii. Abraham Lincoln Bullard, Jr.117, born 20 Aug 1918; died 13 Feb 1989 in Lake Jackson, Brazoria Co., Texas.
685 iv. Martin Frank Bullard117, born 29 Sep 1920; died Nov 1977 in Shelby County, Tennessee. He married Margaret ?; died Abt. 1995.
686 v. Paul Kenneth Bullard117, born 20 May 1922 in Camp Eustis, Warwick Co., Virginia; died 28 Oct 2005 in Tampa, Florida. He married (1) Marian Mynatt. He married (2) Betty Lou Klein117 12 Sep 1945 in Harwinton, Ct.; born 22 Mar 1920 in Bridgeport, Ct.; died 09 Apr 1988 in Tampa, Florida.
Notes for Paul Kenneth Bullard:
Paul Kenneth Bullard
BULLARD, Lt. Col. Paul Kenneth "Pete," 83, of Tampa, retired from the U.S. Air Force, passed away Friday, October 21, 2005, after a long battle with cancer. Born at Fort Eustis, Va., May 20, 1922, he was the youngest of a family of four brothers and one sister, all of whom have predeceased him. Being raised as an "army brat," Pete decided at an early age that he wanted to attend the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and pursue a military career. After graduating from the academy and receiving his pilot's wings, he was assigned to the U.S. Occupation Forces in Germany. This began 30 years of military duty, which enabled him to serve throughout the world. A combat tour in Vietnam earned him the Distinguished Flying Cross. He also was awarded the Air Medal with two oak leaf clusters, the Meritorious Service Medal, and other medals and commendations. His last assignment prior to retirement was at MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa. Pete spent his retirement years playing golf, fishing, elk hunting in Colorado, traveling and spending time with his family. He was predeceased by Bettie Klein Bullard, his wife of 42 years, and his stepgranddaughter, Janna Marie Snyder. He is survived by his wife, Marian Mynatt Bullard; daughter, Kathleen "Kathy" (Tom/Gene) Robarts; son, Paul Kenneth Bullard II, Seminole; stepson, "Rocky" (Lisa) Stephens, Tenn.; stepdaughters, Connie (Dana) Snyder, Cathy ("Sonny") Kotala, Carol (John) Bodden, Caryn (Dwain) Hibdon of Tennessee, and Christi (John) Taylor; sister and brother-in-law, A.L. and "Teenie" Ward of Georgia; stepgrandchildren, Christen (Chesne) and Jason Robarts of California, Jeffrey Snyder, Justin and Eric Kotala, Carey (Danielle) Bodden, Bryan, Jacob and Leslie Hibdon, Ashley and Curt Stephens, and Katie and Kelly Stephens; stepgreat-grandchildren, Taylor Robarts, and Bailey and Brady Bodden. Viewing will be 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, October 26, and funeral with full military honors will be 10 a.m. Thursday, October 27. Burial will be at Lake Carroll Ce metery. His grandsons will be pallbearers. Donations may be made to H. Lee Mofitt Cancer Research Center, 12902 Magnolia Drive, Tampa, FL 33612, or LifePath Hospice, 3010 W. Azeele St., Tampa, FL 33609. Well done, our good and faithful servant. You were truly an officer and a gentleman. We miss you already, and we will love and remember you forever. Services entrusted to Brewer & Sons FH Miguel Fuentes MC (813) 887-4991
  456. Carl Roy10 Ware (Allen C.9, William Jay8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. May 1885. He married May ?.
Notes for Carl Roy Ware:
Living with siblings, mother -in-law and mother in 1910 census
Child of Carl Ware and May ? is:
687 i. Alline11 Ware, born Abt. 1905.
  465. Anthony10 Ware (Allen G.9, Jasper M.8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 20 Jul 1884. He married Florence Dunn Abt. 1907 in Perry County, Arkansas.
Children of Anthony Ware and Florence Dunn are:
688 i. Stella11 Ware, born Abt. 1904.
689 ii. Edna Irene Ware, born Abt. 1907.
690 iii. Alton Ware.
691 iv. Alvin Allen Ware.
692 v. Anver Herman Ware.
693 vi. Altin Nanuel Ware118.
  466. Austin10 Ware (Allen G.9, Jasper M.8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 17 Oct 1886 in Perry County, Arkansas, and died Abt. 1935 in Perry County, Arkansas118. He married Josie ? Abt. 1907.
Children of Austin Ware and Josie ? are:
694 i. Child11 Ware, born Bef. 1910.
695 ii. Barney C. Ware.
696 iii. Oval Ware.
697 iv. Gracey Ware.
698 v. Iva Ware.
699 vi. Delbert Ware.
700 vii. Australla Ware.
701 viii. Judith Ware.
702 ix. Gratos Ware.
703 x. Katherine Ware.
  467. Erma10 Ware (Allen G.9, Jasper M.8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Apr 1888 in Perry County, Arkansas, and died Bet. 1908 - 1910 in Perry County, Arkansas. She married Edward Freeman 16 Aug 1908 in Perry County, Arkansas. He was born 10 Oct 1888 in Perry County, Arkansas, and died 02 May 1959 in Yuba County, California.
Child of Erma Ware and Edward Freeman is:
704 i. Infant11 Freeman, born Bef. 1910.
  469. Orazella Luevenia10 Ware (Allen G.9, Jasper M.8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 31 Aug 1891 in Perry County, Arkansas, and died 24 Feb 1963 in Tulare County, California. She married Edward Freeman 04 Jul 1910 in Perry County, Arkansas. He was born 10 Oct 1888 in Perry County, Arkansas, and died 02 May 1959 in Yuba County, California.
Children of Orazella Ware and Edward Freeman are:
705 i. Rev. Lester Roland11 Freeman, born 02 Feb 1912 in Perry County, Arkansas; died 20 Apr 1987 in Butte County, California. He married Bernice Elaine Pepper 27 Jan 1932; born 27 Jan 1915 in Jackson County, Oregon; died 04 Jul 1971 in Butte County, California.
706 ii. Pearly Freeman.
707 iii. Cordia Freeman, born 20 Jan 1918.
708 iv. Reba Freeman, born 02 Jan 1920.
709 v. Martha M. Freeman, born 29 Dec 1922.
  478. Charles10 Walker (Tourni9 Ray, Eliza Tourni Cuma8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1)
Child of Charles Walker is:
710 i. Janice11 Walker. She married ? Filmore.
  495. Howard Roy10 Ware (Walter L.9, John Roland8, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1912. He married Clara Martin.
Children of Howard Ware and Clara Martin are:
711 i. Patricia11 Ware.
712 ii. Howard Roy Ware, Jr..
713 iii. Walter E. Ware.
714 iv. Frederick Allen Ware, born 23 Dec 1938.
715 v. Sandra Ware. She married Mike Nuchols.
716 vi. Rebecca Ware.
  500. Harvey Leslie10 Duggan (Henry Allan9, Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 16 Oct 1897, and died 08 Mar 1973. He married Ethel Newby 07 Jun 1926.
Child of Harvey Duggan and Ethel Newby is:
717 i. Vernon Everett11 Duggan, born 02 Mar 1927.
  502. Elsie Rose10 Duggan (Henry Allan9, Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 30 May 1903. She married Dewey Hobson Smith.
Child of Elsie Duggan and Dewey Smith is:
718 i. Glenn Spencer11 Smith.
  503. Henry Eugene10 Duggan (Henry Allan9, Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 11 Dec 1905. He married Hazel Lee Murrell 25 Apr 1925.
Children of Henry Duggan and Hazel Murrell are:
719 i. James Henry11 Duggan, born 12 Jun 1926.
720 ii. Wayne Edward Duggan, born 12 Oct 1928.
721 iii. Sandra Lee Duggan, born 22 Jul 1933.
  504. Roy10 Duggan (James Roland9, Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1889 in Grove, Terr. of Ok., and died 06 Feb 1972 in Vancover, Washington. He married ?.
Children of Roy Duggan and ? are:
722 i. Esther11 Duggan.
723 ii. Ethel Duggan.
  505. Homer10 Duggan (James Roland9, Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born Abt. 1891 in Grove, Ok., and died 15 Mar 1973 in Iola, Ks.. He married Ruth Standley.
Children of Homer Duggan and Ruth Standley are:
724 i. Paul11 Duggan.
725 ii. Sylvia Duggan.
  506. Elizabeth10 Duggan (James Roland9, Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 27 Jan 1895 in Grove, Ok.. She married Willard Earl Pepper 16 Oct 1915 in Iola, Ks., son of Willard Pepper and Lily Overlees.
Children of Elizabeth Duggan and Willard Pepper are:
726 i. Keith Elmer11 Pepper, born 12 Jul 1921 in Spokane, Wa..
727 ii. Reid Earl Pepper, born 22 Oct 1922 in Iola, Kansas.
728 iii. Joel Donavan Pepper, born 21 Sep 1928 in Bartlesville, Ok..
  508. Nellie10 Rhodes (Sally R. J.9 Duggan, Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) She married Thomas Richard Maxwell.
Child of Nellie Rhodes and Thomas Maxwell is:
729 i. Roy Donald11 Maxwell.
  513. Arthur Russell10 Duggan (William Jasper9, Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 23 Mar 1894 in Moran, Ks., and died 30 Mar 1942 in California (buried in Moran, Ks.). He married Hazel Rose Edwards 22 Nov 1914 in Moran, Ks..
Children of Arthur Duggan and Hazel Edwards are:
730 i. Hazel Delaine11 Duggan, born 10 Sep 1920. She married James Lee Sutherland 09 Jul 1939 in Mound City, Kansas.
731 ii. Richard Arthur Duggan, born 30 Jul 1932 in Ft. Scott, Ks.. He married Barbara Wilde 14 Nov 1953 in New Bedford, Mass..
  514. Raymond Loren10 Duggan (William Jasper9, Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 25 Feb 1896 in Moran, Ks., and died 30 Nov 1930 in Moran, Ks.(Moran Cem.). He married Lelia Strunk 15 Mar 1915 in Iola, Ks..
Children of Raymond Duggan and Lelia Strunk are:
732 i. Opaul Elaine11 Duggan, born 27 Mar 1921 in La Harpe, Ks.. She married Homer Meyer 06 Aug 1939.
733 ii. Maxine Evelyn Duggan, born 14 Oct 1923.
734 iii. Velma Lois Duggan, born 21 Dec 1927 in Moran, Ks.. She married Joseph John Schermuly 01 Jun 1949 in Wichita, Ks..
  515. Mary Louise10 Duggan (William Jasper9, Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 26 Jul 1898 in Grove, Ok., and died 16 Nov 1978 in Moran, Ks. (Moran Cem). She married (1) John Osborne. She married (2) Franklin Orlando Hawkins 15 Feb 1921.
Child of Mary Duggan and Franklin Hawkins is:
735 i. Frank Norman11 Hawkins, born 09 Nov 1923 in Moran, Ks.; died Abt. 1997 in Michigan. He married June ?.
  516. Walter Marion10 Duggan (William Jasper9, Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 16 Dec 1900 in Moran, Ks., and died 15 Mar 1981 in Bronson, Ks.. He married Esther Mae Gibson 28 Aug 1924 in Iola, Ks., daughter of Willis Gibson and Inez Russell.
Child of Walter Duggan and Esther Gibson is:
736 i. Wayne Clair11 Duggan, born 14 Jan 1926 in Moran, Ks.. He married Daisy Juanita King 25 Aug 1944 in Humbolt, Ks.; born Abt. 1929.
  518. Atha Verle10 Downs (Birdie May9 Duggan, Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 31 Mar 1899 in Moran, Ks.. She married Roy R Broadbooks 31 Oct 1917.
Child of Atha Downs and Roy Broadbooks is:
737 i. Roy Dale11 Broadbooks, born 04 Apr 1928 in Greensburg, Ks.; died 20 Nov 1930 in Greensburg, Ks..
  520. Velda Marie10 Downs (Birdie May9 Duggan, Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 21 Jul 1911 in Pawnee Rock, Ks.. She married William Calvin Brenner.
Children of Velda Downs and William Brenner are:
738 i. William Lee11 Brenner, born 21 Oct 1936 in Lamar, Colorado. He married Anita Kay Terrell 07 Jul 1956.
739 ii. Patricia Louise Brenner, born 04 Oct 1944 in Eads Colorado. She married William David Barber 26 Jul 1963.
  526. Phyllis Christine10 Duggan (Samuel Russell9, Susan A.C.8 Ware, Ruth7 Dodson, Rev. Jesse6, Thomas5, Thomas4, Charles3, Jesse2, John1) was born 22 May 1916 in La Harpe, Ks., and died 18 Jul 1971. She married Thomas H. Pyle.
Children of Phyllis Duggan and Thomas Pyle are:
740 i. Lynda Lani11 Pyle, born 22 Feb 1942 in Hawaii. She married (1) Neil Matsore Abt. 1963. She married (2) Fred Raymond Bef. 1976.
741 ii. Tommy Pyle, born 26 Dec 1946 in Hawaii.
   Endnotes
1. Carl C. Dotson, long time Dotson Family researcher., Old Temple sheets in pos. of Carl C. Dotson Film #1262858 Temple Index Bureau Film #33746 North Farnham Par. Reg. Richmond Co, Va. Film #33676 Wukk Charles Dodson Pr. Richmond Co, Va. Research of Ellen E. M. Kurr, Manti, Ut. Cor. Thomas Stamps, 8524 Jos Campau, Hamtrack, Mich. Will of Thomas Durham, Richmond Co., Va. Will Book 3 p210-212 GS Film Rev Elias Dodson manuscript of Dodson Family pub. 1850 of Rear Admiral Dodson Ret. Hamtrack, Mich.(Typescript pos. Carl C. Dotson) Fleet, Va. Colonial Records Vol. 16 Misc Records p 4-1699-1704 p 74 Deposition of Charles Dodson Sen'r aged 50 years or there abouts-sworn in Richmond Co., Va. Will of Thomas Dodson Film #7995 Pt. 2 Bk, 5 p. 378, Richmond Co., Va. Film #o32 Lancaster Co., Va. Wills Vol 8 p 210 Will of Alice Stretchley names sisters Dorothy Durham, Thomasin Marshall, and cousin Mary Dodson Carl C. Dotson died 01/06/1989. He had been doing Dotson-Dodson research for 40 years. He lived in Idaho.
2. Dodson Family History (Internet), Wayne Duggan, Temple Index Film #1262858 GS Film #033746 North Farnham Parish 1672-1800 Will of Charles Dodson Film #033676, Richmond Co., Va. p.75-6 Will of Thomas Dodson Film #7995 P. 2 Book 5 p.378 Additional list of scources availablle.
3. Dodson Family History (Internet), Ruth Dodson Thomas, Temple Index Film #1262858 GS Film #033746 North Farnham Parish 1672-1800 Will of Charles Dodson Film #033676, Richmond Co., Va. p.75-6 Will of Thomas Dodson Film #7995 P. 2 Book 5 p.378 Additional list of scources availablle.
4. Cor. of Ellen Kurr for Della Mott Manti, Ut.:Md. of Richmond Co., Va. Temple Index Bureau Film #1262858 Old Temple Sheets in my pos. GS Film #033746 North Farnham Parish 1672-1800 Will of Charles Dodson Film #033676 Richmond, Va. pg. 75-6 Will of Thomas Dodson Film # 7995 pg. 2 Book 5 pg 378.
5. From the book, "The Dodson Family of North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia" A History and geneaology of Their Descendants, by Williams and Lucas.
6. Dodson Family History (Internet), Ruth Dodson Thomas, The Ccharles Dodson Genealogy comp. by Frank D. Fuller North Farnham Parish Reg. Richmond Co.,Va. Researsher Genealogical Society-PWU for Mrs. Elizabeth Marshall Will of Thomas Dodson, Pittsylvania Co., Va. Faquier Co. Legal Records on Mary, wife of 32Thomas Temp;e Index Bureau Film #1262858.
7. Wayne Duggan, Dwight Allen.
8. Sally Wassmuth, Grangeville, Idaho and Jill Bell, Maury Co., TnGenWeb-1807 Signers, Dodson family by Catherine Lynn, Nashville, Tennessee William F. Averitt, Rt. 3, Greenwood, Ind. Thomas Stamps, 8524 Jos. Campau Ave., Hamtramck, mich. 48212.
9. Sally Wassmuth, Grangeville, Idaho and Jill Bell, William F. Averitt, Rt. 3 Greenwood, Ind. Thomas Stamps, 8524 Jos. Campau Ave. Hamtramck Mich. 48212.
10. From the book, "The Dodson Family of North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia" A History and Geneaology of Their Descendants, by Williams and. Lucas
11. Ruth Thomas.
12. ally Wassmuth, Grangeville, Idaho and Jill Bell, See notes on Dotson Family.
13. McMinn County Cementary records :Internet.
14. ally Wassmuth, Grangeville, Idaho and Jill Bell, See notes on Dotson Family.
15. From the book, "The Dodson Family of North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia" A History and Geneaology of Their Descendants, by Williams and. Lucas
16. Ruth Thomas.
17. Giles Co. Tn. biographies.
18. Janice Freeman (snibbor13@juno.com, Janice Freeman.
19. Ruth Dodson Thomas.
20. Dwight Allen, Bob Ware Sally W.
21. Kirrsten Chepeus a descendant of Merrit Ware, Dwight Allen, Bob Ware, Sally Wassmuss, Kirsten's e-mail address terms@concentric.net.
22. Kirrsten Chepeus a descendant of Merrit Ware, Kirsten's e-mail address terms@concentric.net.
23. 1850 Census McMinn Co., Tn..
24. Janice Freeman (snibbor13@juno.com, Janice Freeman.
25. 1970 McMinn County census.
26. Bob Ware and family members, Carroll Co., Tn. 1850 census,Becky Vigil, Kirsten Leigh Mangold-Chepeus-adescendent of Merrit Ware.
27. Robert Ware.
28. Sally Wassmuth, Grangeville, Idaho and Jill Bell.
29. Dodson Family History (Internet), Ruth Dodson Thomas.
30. Jean Frazier Freshour,grandaughter-.
31. McMinn Co. census.
32. Census, Ruth Frazier's family Booklet, Bradley County Historical Collection: Esther Carpenter's research. Census records, tax records, family tradition
33. Census Bradley Co. 1880.
34. Ollie Blakely.
35. Cleo Holden.
36. 1860 census, Beverly Julian.
37. Janice Walker Fillmore(lilybarn@aol.com).
38. Janice Walker Filmor.
39. Ruth Dodson Thomas.
40. Jean a descendant.
41. Descendant Jean.
42. Jean a descendant.
43. (snibbor13@juno.com)Janice Freeman.
44. Ruth Dodson Thomas.
45. Cemetery record.
46. Bob Ware and family members, Carroll Co., Tn. 1850 census,Becky Vigil.
47. Shirley Spence's family record sheets Sally Wassmuth.
48. Sally Wassmuth,
49. Joy Mahan.
50. Census, C.A. Brewer's Bible.
51. , Jean Frazier Freshour.
52. Family Tradition, Fort Hill Cemetary, Cleveland, Tennessee.
53. Frances Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour, Rachael Carr.
54. Vesta Frazier, daughter of Uncle Tom.
55. Vesta Frazier, daughter of Unclle Tom.
56. Vesta Frazier.
57. 1900 Bradley County, Census.
58. Census, C.A. Brewer's Bible.
59. Rebecca Owens, census.
60. Census, Kathy Robarts.
61. 1900 McMinn Co. census.
62. Ollie Blakley.
63. Cleo Holden.
64. Lester Freeman.
65. Janice Walker Filmore.
66. Ruth Dodson Thomas.
67. 1900 & 1910 McMinn Co. census.
68. Janice Freeman(sniffor13@juno.com.
69. Janice Freeman (snibbor13@juno.com, Janice Freeman.
70. Janice Freeman(sniffor13@juno.com.
71. Janice Freeman (snibbor13@juno.com, Janice Freeman.
72. Ruth Dodson Thomas.
73. Becky Vigil, Scherry Hansen.
74. Becky Ware Vigil.
75. Bob Ware.
76. Shirley Spence Family Record Sheet Sally Wassmuth.
77. Sally Wassmuth.
78. Joy Mahan.
79. Joy W. Mahan.
80. Robert Griffith.
81. Jean Frazier Freshour, Martha Masker.
82. Ruth Frazier.
83. Jean Frazier Freshour,grandaughter-.
84. Martha Masker, Jean Frazier Freshour, Ruth Frazier.
85. Doris Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour.
86. Jean Frazier Freshour, Richard Frazier, Doris Frazier.
87. Jean Frazier Freshour.
88. Jean Frazier Freshour,grandaughter-.
89. Jean Frazier Freshour, Ft. Hill Cemetery.
90. Jean Frazier Freshour,grandaughter-.
91. Jean Frazier Freshour, Old Gray Cemetery.
92. Irene Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour, Julie Anderson.
93. Leslie Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour.
94. Jack and Vee Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour.
95. Vee Frazier.
96. Jean Frazier Freshour,grandaughter-.
97. Frances Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour, Rachael Carr.
98. Mary Allen Cummings.
99. Frances Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour, Rachael Carr.
100. Mary Allen Cummings.
101. Frances Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour, Rachael Carr.
102. Shirley Hendrix.
103. Frances Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour, Rachael Carr.
104. Frances Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour, Tom Murray.
105. Frances Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour, Rachael Carr.
106. Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Freshour.
107. Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Frehour.
108. Corinne Burdick, Jean Frazier Freshour.
109. Corinne Burdick.
110. Rebecca Peterson, Jean Frazier Freshour.
111. Rebecca Frazier.
112. Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Freshour.
113. Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Frehour.
114. Corrine Burdick, Jean Frazier Freshour.
115. Corinne Burdick.
116. Vesta Frazier.
117. Kathy Robarts.
118. Lester Freeman.

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