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ALBERT D HOUPT 5 Mar 1916 27 Jun 1996 V 80 Little Rock, Pulaski, AR 72212 (not specified) Arkansas 430-10-2450
|Houpt, Albert Dale (I3685)
Children of Dora Tennessee CATES and James William FAUGHN are:
i. Dora Elizabeth FAUGHN was born 16 AUG 1888, and died 5 SEP 1889.
ii. Howel FAUGHN was born 20 DEC 1889, and died 5 JUN 1926. He married Senia WAFFER.
3. iii. Hallie Ray FAUGHN was born 5 JUN 1892, and died 11 FEB 1984. She married Rube ARNETT.
iv. Homer Thomas FAUGHN was born 16 FEB 1895, and died 4 SEP 1961 in Marble Falls, Tx. He married Wanita MARTIN.
v. Malcom Houghs FAUGHN was born 26 JAN 1898, and died 21 SEP 1982. He married Evie DESKIN 17 MAY 1920.
vi. Baby Boy FAUGHN was born 1 MAY 1901, and died 1 MAY 1901.
vii. Jackson Eugene FAUGHN was born 11 NOV 1904, and died 27 FEB 1949. He married Cora D JAMERSON. She was born 22 SEP 1909, and died 22 AUG 1989.
viii. Irene FAUGHN was born 14 NOV 1907. She married Knox MORTON 29 OCT 1922, son of Sam Adelbert MORTON and Maggie SWEARINGEN. He was born 1 MAR 1903, and died 30 MAY 1967.
ix. Z O FAUGHN was born 22 JUN 1913.
|Faughn, Homer Thomas (I7324)
Children of Virginia A. BURSON and George Washington RUSSELL are:
175 i. Martha E. RUSSELL was born 1892.
+ 176 ii. Rosie Paralee RUSSELL was born 1895 in Union Co., Arkansas.
+ 177 iii. Dona RUSSELL was born 4 DEC 1898 in Arkansas, and died 31 MAR 1938 in Arkansas.
+ 178 iv. Edward Jackson RUSSELL was born 8 OCT 1904 in Strong, Union Co., Arkansas, and died 27 AUG 1968 in Bastrop, Morehouse Parish, Louisiana.
+ 179 v. Johnnie C. RUSSELL was born 9 NOV 1909 in Arkansas, and died 29 NOV 1988 in El Dorado, Union Co., Arkansas.
+ 180 vi. Aaron Cecil RUSSELL was born 7 JAN 1912 in Arkansas, and died 11 JUL 1979 in Hesperia, San Bernardino Co., California.
+ 181 vii. Sarah M. RUSSELL was born UNKNOWN.
+ 182 viii. Georgia Frances RUSSELL was born UNKNOWN.
+ 183 ix. Netta V. RUSSELL was born UNKNOWN.
|Burson, Virginia A (I10350)
United States Census, 1860
Name Rheuben Childress
Event Type Census
Event Date 1860
Event Place Western District, Upshur, Texas, United States
Race (Original) [Blank]
Birth Year (Estimated) 1855
Jack Childress M 36 Georgia
Delilah Childress F 38 Georgia
Emly Childress F 11 Arkansas
Lewis Childress M 9 Louisiana
Sarah Childress F 7 Louisiana
Rheuben Childress M 5 Texas
Buckhanan Childress M 3 Texas
Douglass Childress M 1 Texas
|Childress, Reuben (I4654)
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By: Cook H.R. No. 2085
R E S O L U T I O N
WHEREAS, Family and friends are mourning the untimely death
of Robert Lee Clark, Jr., of Streetman, who died on April 9, 2009,
at the age of 45; and
WHEREAS, Bob Clark was born in Corsicana on November 22,
1963, to Robert Lee Clark, Sr., and Lanelle Robinson Clark; as an
adult, he was employed in construction in the petroleum industry;
WHEREAS, For two decades, this esteemed Texan was a
firefighter for the Streetman Volunteer Fire Department, and for
the past 12 years, he distinguished himself as the department's
chief, earning the respect and affection of his fellow
WHEREAS, Chief Clark was an admired member of his community,
where he took an active role in the annual Streetman Homecoming;
known to many as "Santa Bob," he also played Santa Claus for area
children every Christmas; and
WHEREAS, Despite his myriad responsibilities, Chief Clark
always found time in his busy schedule to make model airplanes, play
horseshoes, and spend time with his friends and family, including
his beloved grandchildren; and
WHEREAS, Bob Clark worked selflessly in behalf of his
community, and he enjoyed a life that was rich in the intangibles
that matter most; now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED, That the House of Representatives of the 81st Texas
Legislature hereby pay tribute to the memory of Robert Lee Clark,
Jr., and extend sincere condolences to the members of his family: to
his wife, Cheryl Clark; to his children, Patrick Westover and his
wife, Jessica, William Westover and his wife, Ann, Colton Smith,
Ian Burns, and Heather Davis; to his grandchildren, Joshua and
Christopher Westover; to his brother, Jerry Beamon; and to his
other relatives and many friends; and, be it further
RESOLVED, That an official copy of this resolution be
prepared for his family and that when the Texas House of
Representatives adjourns this day, it do so in memory of Robert Lee
|Clark, Robert Lee Jr. (I6522)
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27 Apr 1998
Harris, Texas, United States
|Speck, Irma Vee (I4805)
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Year Age Month Day Name Parish
1932 41 3 27 GRAY , ANNIE Union
Order Page: 3413 Volume: 9
|Gray, Annie (I10965)
Gammel, Hans Peter Mareus Neilsen. The Laws of Texas, 1822-1897 Volume 7, Book, 1898; digital images, (http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth6732 : accessed October 27, 2009), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, http://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of North Texas Libraries, Denton, Texas.
|Mitcham, James Arthur (I385)
Dr. Walter Roscoe Moody:
Dr. Walter Roscoe Moody, 87, of Amarillo died Monday, May 22, 2006.
Burial will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Memorial Park Cemetery with Mary Rodgers Ellsworth officiating. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in First Presbyterian Church with Dr. Jim Bankhead and Dr. Murray Gossett officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.
Dr. Moody was born Aug. 31, 1918, in Vernon to Margaret Allison Moody and Walter Roscoe Moody Sr. He then moved to Amarillo in 1920.
He graduated Amarillo High School (1937), Amarillo College and Baylor College of Dentistry (1943) - doctor of dental surgery. He also served as captain in Army Dental Corps and during World War II and the Korean War.
His active dental practice included 26 years in private practice, 20 years in the Amarillo Hospital District Dental Clinic, staff dentist, director and instructor with Amarillo College School of Dental Hygiene and organization of various rural dental health fairs. He was also emeritus medical staff member of NWTH for more than 40 years.
In service to his community, Walter served as president and active member of ABC (American Business Club) for 60 years, was president of Knife and Fork Club and was a member of NWTH Auxiliary. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church since 1943, serving as elder.
In his lifetime dedication to Boy Scouts of America, Walter achieved Life Rank Troop 8 in 1934, served as Scoutmaster of Troop 2, was awarded the Silver Beaver and was a vigil member and lodge advisor in Order of the Arrow. He was father and grandfather to five Eagle Scouts and a life scout.
A family history going back more than 100 years included farms in Vernon, Silverton and Canyon, for which Walter served as general manager for 35 years. He received several conservation awards.
Survivors include his wife, Hazel Lee; a daughter, Suzanne Wofford and husband David of Austin; two sons, Jerry Moody and wife Becky of Eagle Nest, N.M., and David Moody and wife Marilyn of Amarillo; seven grandchildren, Bethany and Erik Wofford and Philip Moody, all of Austin, Robert Moody of Weatherford, Joshua and Rian Moody, both of Arlington, and Nathaniel Moody of Amarillo; and two nieces, Joan Moody and Peggy Hayes, both of San Antonio.
The family suggests memorials be to First Presbyterian Church for the restoration of the chimes, 1100 S. Harrison St., Amarillo, TX 79101.
|Moody, Dr. Walter Roscoe Jr. (I8503)
Name: Julia Ann Kelt Burton
Lela Garner Kelt
How I found this site searching for info regarding grandfather J J Kelt and grandmother Lela
What I like best about this page interesting connections to people at Chatfield had not been able to comprehend from reunions
Lela Sarah Garner was known as Lela not Sarah from the time I can remember anything about her probably from around 1956 - I'm one of her granddaughters
|Garner, Lela Sarah (I2302)
|Williams, Elisabeth (I20)
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Name: James T Kimes
Residence: Logan Township, Wayne, Missouri
Birth Date: Feb 1857
Relationship to Head-of-Household: Self
Spouse Name: Nancy A Kimes
Spouse Birth Place: Tennessee
Father Birthplace: Tennessee
Mother Birthplace: Tennessee
Race or Color (expanded): White
Marital Status: Married
Years Married: 22
Estimated Marriage Year: 1878
Mother How Many Children:
Number Living Children:
Enumeration District: 0154
Sheet Number and Letter: 4B
Household ID: 79
Reference Number: 86
GSU Film Number: 1240907
Image Number: 00677
Household Gender Age
James T Kimes M
Spouse Nancy A Kimes F
Child Dallas D Kimes M
Child Georg E Kimes M
Child James E Kimes M
Child David F Kimes M
Child Mary M Kimes F
|Kimes, James Trustin (I12060)
Robert Glen Ford was born Jan. 24, 1888 in Cass County, Missouri, son of Robert January Ford and Isadora "Dora" Pebworth.
Glen married Grace Elizabeth Stice and they became the parents of three boys. Glen died Sept. 5, 1977 in Missouri.
|Ford, Robert Glen (I14591)
14. David White, born February 07, 1787 in Bertie County, North; died Abt. 1848. He was the son of 28. Ephraim White and 29. Sarah Hardy. He married 15. Rachel Cowan August 29, 1813 in Bertie County, North.
15. Rachel Cowan, born December 07, 1798 in Bertie County, North; died 1855 in Navarro County, Texas. She was the daughter of 30. John Cowan and 31. Catherine.
Children of David White and Rachel Cowan are:
7 i. Nancy White, born August 24, 1814 in Bertie County, North Carolina; died August 17, 1895 in Corsicana, Texas; married William Newton Bryant 1837.
ii. Son1 White, born 1815.
iii. Lavina White, born October 11, 1818 in Bertie County; died July 05, 1908 in Sand Prarie, Illinois; married (1) William A. Anderson; born July 08, 1820; died December 30, 1879 in Cass County, Illinois; married (2) Loderick Cale December 24, 1835 in Morgan (later Cass) County, Illinois.
iv. Martha (Sina) White, born October 19, 1820; married Joseph Britain; born February 29, 1816 in Tennessee.
v. Sarah White, born January 08, 1827.
vi. Harvey White, born 1828.
vii. Nazuth White, born 1829.
viii. Elenor (Nellie) White, born February 20, 1833; married (1) Hackler; married (2) James Henderson Highnote February 03, 1857 in Navarro County, Texas.
ix. Martin White, born 1834.
x. Catharine White, born 1835; married Unknown Roberts.
|Cowan, Rachel (I3862)
ARLINGTON -- Clara Odell Carson, 88, our loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, was called home to heaven Friday, May 30, 2003, in Arlington. Funeral: 11:30 a.m. Monday at Moore Funeral Home Chapel. Burial: Moore Memorial Gardens. Visitation: 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Clara was born Feb. 27, 1915, in Handley. She was a Tarrant County native and had lived in Arlington since 1952. She attended school in Crowley and married Earnest R. Carson in 1931. Clara had been a homemaker and housewife since then. The family would like to say a very, very special thank you to all of her medical staff in attendance and especially to Vitas Innovative Hospice Care. She was preceded in death by husband, Ernest Carson, a veteran of World War II; son, Billy W. Carson; brother, Luther Calvin "L.C." Jackson; and sister, Irene Dennington. Survivors: Daughter, Beatrice Evans of Arlington; sons, James Carson and wife, Joyce of Saginaw, Dorman Carson of Irving and Robert Carson of Arlington; 12 grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren; and dear family friend, Martha Farnam. Moore Funeral Home-N. Davis Drive Arlington, (817) 275-2711
Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TX) - June 1, 2003
|Jackson, Clara Odell (I11639)
BENNETT- SHANNON, MATTIE ELIZABETH REEVES, born May 5, 1918 and peacefully passed away on May 29, 2004 at the age of 86. Her first husband, Elbert Joseph Bennett predeceased her in December, 1972. She is survived by her husband of six years, Carl E. Shannon; daughter, Jo Beth Bennett McKinley; granddaughter, Stephanie Jo McKinley; grandson, Justin Evan McKinley; niece, Pat Fehler; and nephews, Jimmy Reeves, Layton Reeves and Pete Reeves. Visitation will be 6 - 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 1st at Laurel Land Funeral Home, 6000 So. R. L. Thornton Frwy., Dallas. The Memorial Service, conducted by Rev. Bill Schibler, will be Wednesday, June 2nd at 2 p.m. in Laurel Lands Chapel with interment immediately following. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the charity of your choice. The family wishes to express its deepest thanks to the staff of Walnut Place for their tender care during this recent journey.
Dallas Morning News June 2, 2004
|Reeves, Mattie Elizabeth (I6386)
Email from Margaret Peggy Shaw April 2010
When I first started researching the family back in the middle sixties, I wrote to my Great Aunt Prudie Glasgow Goode for information. She was getting up in years then, was in poor health, and sometimes got confused. She told me that her Reagan grandmother was a Davis which is correct, but she told her Glasgow grandmother was a Wright. Actually, it was her great grandmother Davis who was a Wright. Other relatives have since confirmed this. I have never been able to find out what Nancy Jane's maiden name was. It is possible that it was Sanders or Fleming since her sons were given those names as first names
|Nancy Jane (I4561)
Groom's Name W. T. Eustace
Groom's Birth Date
Bride's Name Mattie E. Mitcham
Bride's Birth Date
Marriage Date 19 Nov 1882
Marriage Place Navarro, Texas
Groom's Father's Name
Groom's Mother's Name
Bride's Father's Name
Bride's Mother's Name
Groom's Marital Status
Groom's Previous Wife's Name
Bride's Marital Status
Bride's Previous Husband's Name
Indexing Project (Batch) Number M59265-2
System Origin Texas-EASy
Source Film Number 1034859
|Mitcham, Martha Ellen "Mattie" (I953)
|Low, Mary Jane (I15005)
Larry G. Waldon (1934 - 2011)
Larry Gene "Pawpaw" Waldon, 76, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011. Service: The children have planned a prayer service at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 12, in Greenwood Funeral Home Chapel. Interment: Tuesday, May 17, in Greenwood Memorial Park.
Larry was born July 22, 1934, in Tuttle, Okla., as a Native American from the Chickasaw tribe. He was the only child of Emmett Guy Waldon and Pauline A. Brown. The family moved to Fort Worth in 1942. Pawpaw resided in west Fort Worth his entire life. Pawpaw graduated from Arlington Heights High School in the early 1950s. He served his country in the Army as a radio operator during the Korean War. He was an avid hunter when his boys were young. The family enjoyed yearly travels to Oklahoma for camping, fishing, and enjoying their Native American heritage. Pawpaw was in the printing business and retired from Motheral Printing Co. of Fort Worth. His children find comfort knowing that Pawpaw is sitting in heaven with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and his wife of over 45 years, Dorothy Ann Waldon. The children are sincerely thankful and grateful to the devoted caregivers of Baylor All Saints Downtown, American Hospice, Freedom Hospice and Tri-Trax Home Health Care. Pawpaw was preceded in death by his parents and the love of his life, his high school sweetheart, Dorothy Ann Waldon. Survivors: Daughter, Larissa Ann Waldon of Watauga; sons, Tony and wife, Suzie, of Fort Worth and Larry and his wife, Sara, of Burleson; second wife, Sherry Dell Sellers Green Simpson Waldon; his grandchildren, Stephanie Waldon-McCartney and husband, Brian, Timothy Kroening, Scott, Colin, Tristan and Travis Waldon; and his great-grandchildren, Morgan Kroening, Nathan Waldon and twins, Logan and Lucas McCartney.
Published in Star-Telegram on May 10, 2011
|Waldon, Larry G (I4996)
Lois Clark Raburn, 88, died Saturday, January 19, at Wellington Care Center. Mrs Raburn was born in Dryden north of Hollis. Her parents were Cora Brock Haralson and E.B. Haralson, pioneer settlers of Collingsworth County. She graduated from Wellington High School in 1923 and attended West Texas Normal. She received a teaching certificate and taught in the the Lillie Community. She also taught at Malakoff. She married George E. Clark in June, 1923 in Wellington. He preceded her in death in 1954. She married Ollie B. Raburn in November 1978 in Wellington. She was a member of First Baptist Church, a long-time secretary of the Woodmen of the World. She was active in the WMU and was a longtime Sunday School teacher of First Baptist Church.
Mrs. Raburn's survivors include her husband, one daughter, Katherine Huffman of Cerritos, California, one son, John Clark of Stanton, Calif., one step-daughter, Allene Taylor of San Antonio; 6 step-sons, O.B. Raburn, Jr., of Andrews, Sam Raburn of Spring, Joe B. Raburn of Dumas, Don R. Raburn of Dallas, Dr. Randall K. Raburn of Edmond, OK, and James Douglas Rabum of Houston, one brother, H.J. Haralson of Wake Village, 21 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, James Clifton Clark, in May 1979 and a daughter, Cora Elizabeth
Holton in 1952.
The Wellington Leader
January 24, 1991
|Haralson, Martha Lois (I15433)
Name: Annie Cleo
Baptism/Christening Place: , NAVARRO, TEXAS
Birth Date: 29 Dec 1911
Birthplace: PURDON, NAVARRO, TX.
Father's Name: Monroe York
Mother's Name: Ada Darden
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C51700-1
System Origin: Texas-VR
Source Film Number: 1516375
Reference Number: 2:29V6KLT
|York, Annie Cleo (I13191)
Services for Pete Styner, 86, of Elkhart, will be at 10 a.m. Friday at First United Methodist Church in Elkhart with the Revs. Bobbie Weber and J. Alton Jones officiating. Burial will be in Garden of Memories in Elkhart, with member of Elkhart Lodge 400 AF&AM in charge. Arrangements are boy Bailey & Foster Funeral Home.
Mr. Styner died Tuesday at Palestine Nursing Center.
He was born July 2, 1902, in Palestine, a son of Jacob Leander and Stella Cotton Styner. During World War II, he served as a Captain in the U. S. Army in the Pacific Theater and was a recipient of the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, American Theater Campaign Medal and World War II Victory Medal.
A civil engineer, he was employed by the Atomic Energy Commission for many years and was project manager for 30 tests in Nevada. He also was self-employed for many years, and was the surveyor and design engineer for Lakeview Methodist Assembly.
Mr. Styner was a member of First United Methodist Church in Elkhart and Elkhart Lodge 400 AF&AM.
His wife, Mary Clementine Lewis Styner, preceded him in death on June 6, 1988.
He is survived by his daughters, Barbara Thomas of Devine and Faye Williamson of Arvada, Colo.; sons, Mike Styner of Running Springs, Calif., Pete Styner Jr. of Houston and Marley Styner of Palestine; 11 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
The family requests that memorials be made to First United Methodist Church in Elkhart.
Condolence calls well be received from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.
Pallbearers will be Stan Helwig, Grady Isbell, W. A. Montgomery, C. D. Taylor, Doyle Goodman, Jim T. Houston, Omie Callaway, Col. C. H. Valentine, Merrill Marshman and Joe Paxton.
Palestine (TX) Herald-Press, Wednesday, 14 December 1988:
|Styner, Pete (I15900)
Series: T623 Roll: 1662 Page: 10
Surname GivenName Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year
HAMMET WILLIAM I 50 M W GA TX NAVARRO 3-PCT 1900
|Hammett, William Isiah (I6774)
The New London School explosion occurred on March 18, 1937, when a natural gas leak caused an explosion, destroying the New London School of the city of New London, Texas. The disaster killed in excess of 295 students and teachers, making it the worst catastrophe to take place in a U.S. school building.
Estimates of the number dead vary from 296 to 319, but that number could be much higher, as many of the residents of New London at the time were transient oilfield workers, and there is no way to determine for certain how many of these roughnecks collected the bodies of their children in the days following the disaster, and returned them to their respective homes for burial. Approximately 600 students and 40 teachers were in the building at the time; only about 130 escaped without serious injury.
As of 2008, the New London School explosion is the third deadliest disaster in the history of Texas, after the Galveston Hurricane of 1900, and the 1947 Texas City Disaster.
|Knotts, Rachel Mae (I2612)
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name: Thos C Baugh
residence: Not Stated, Giles, Tennessee
page number: 111
nara publication number: M704
nara roll number: 523
film number: 0024545
digital folder number: 004410738
image number: 00229
Citing this Record
"United States Census, 1840," index and images, FamilySearch
1850 United States Federal Census
Name: Thomas C Baugh
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1806
Birth Place: Virginia
Home in 1850 (City,County,State): District 9, Giles, Tennessee
Family Number: 783
Thomas C Baugh 44
Elizabeth Baugh 35
Wm H Baugh 19
James L Baugh 17
Mary J Baugh 15
Frances Baugh 12
Susan E Baugh 10
Rosannah Baugh 6
Harriet E Baugh 2
Charles Tucker 24
R H Woodfin 21
James Briant 24
Samuel Wharton 28
J D Heald 26
|Baugh, Thomas Crutcher (I459)
History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama Biography, Volume III
|Hall, Bolling Sr. (I6180)
Eugene Borders born on 18 - Apr - 1873 at Hunt Co TX
died at Shreveport Caddo Par LA on 3 - Apr - 1950 and his ( 1st ) wife
Dora Elizabeth Hammett born on 2 - Mar - 1885 at Kerens Navarro Co TX
died at Marshall Harrison Co TX on 3 - Dec - 1968 married on 4 - Jan - 1903
married at Navarro Co TX
The Said Dora Elizabeth Hammett was the child of
William Isiah Hammett born on 19 - May - 1850 at Troup Co GA
died at Murchison Henderson Co TX on 21 - Nov - 1940 and his ( 1st ) wife
Amanda Margaret Horn born on 28 - Mar - 1853 at San Augustine Co TX
died at Carthage Panola Co TX on 21 - Nov - 1936 married on 16 - Apr - 1871
married at Navarro Co TX
The lineage enter for this line was submitted using a DAR Short Form application and did not record the full line back to the ancestor.
Associated Ancestor (Revolutionary) Record
[Full Ancestor Record]
Ancestor #: A032904
VIRGINIA Rank: ENSIGN
22 Feb 1727 RICHMOND CO VIRGINIA
27 Apr 1791 PITTSYLVANIA CO VIRGINIA
PITTSYLVANIA CO, VA COURT ORDER BOOK 4, 1777-1783, P 127
1) CAPT RICHARD GWYNN'S CO,PITTSYLVANIA CO,
|Hammett, William Isiah (I6774)
Birth: Mar. 27, 1858
Death: Oct. 3, 1935
Son of T. J. Slaton and Martha Ann, both born Alabama. He was a retired merchant, 78 years old, married, and a resident of Jacksonville, Texas for the past 65 years when he died. Informant was Vernon Slaton, Jacksonville, Texas; burial was October 4, 1935. Williamson Funeral Church, Jacksonville, Texas, was in charge of arrangements.
(Texas death certificate# 45497)
Melvina Heidleberg Slaton (1865 - 1939)
Van Allen Slaton (1885 - 1936)*
Jacksonville City Cemetery
|Slaton, Thomas N (I12906)
Letter from Miss Lizzie Ray to Carol Hewer in Dec 1969:
“There are some Vaughans living in Springfield, MO. I have heard that they are some of my grandfather’s brother’s people. His name was Lige Vaughan. He spent 3 months with us just a short time before my grandfather died. I can never forget that winter, it was something like we are having now. A big snow, then ice on the ground for six weeks. We had to haul wood on a big sled with horses to pull the sled. We had so many quail pies that winter and fried rabbit. Boy was that good eating then. Possibly now it wouldn’t taste nearly so good.”
Benjamin Franklin Vaughan, grandfather of Miss Lizzie Ray, died on 7 Apr 1903
Special thanks to Peggy Herman for sharing this letter with us.
|Vaughn, Elijah C (I8248)
TEN MILE CEMETERY RECORDS
Houpt, Albert N., b. Apr 1, 1890, d. May 7, 1976, [MR]
Houpt, Baby Jake, b. Sep 22, 1906, d. Mar 21, 1907, Son of Mr. & Mrs. Jake, [MR]
Houpt, Egbert, d. Jul 28, 1882, age: 66, Erected by his children, [MR]
Houpt, Floy M., b. Nov 12, 1875, d. Feb 27, 1925, Mother, Wife of Sid. R., [MR]
Houpt, Jake, b. Jan 9, 1861, d. Aug 20, 1910, age: 49, "Sheriff, Garland Co", [MR]
Houpt, Melvin E., b. Nov 13, 1897, d. Jan 31, 1917, [MR]
Houpt, Oscar M., b. Dec 21, 1900, d. Aug 2, 1902, "Son, Sid and Floy", [MR]
Houpt, Sid R., b. Nov 11, 1870, d. Dec 22, 1937, Hus of Floy, [MR]
Death: Jul. 28, 1882
Age 66 Years 2 months 5 Days
Son of Henry and Mary Houpt.
Married Elizabeth Williams 23 August 1854.
|Houpt, Egbert (I18)
KROGER GROCERY & BAKING CO. v. WALLER
Supreme Court of Arkansas
Docket Number available at www.versuslaw.com
Citation Number available at www.versuslaw.com
June 18, 1945
THE KROGER GROCERY & BAKING COMPANY
Appeal from Saline Circuit Court; Thomas E. Toler, Judge; reversed.
Ernest Briner and Owens, Ehrman & McHaney, for appellant.
Kenneth C. Coffelt and Wm. J. Kirby, for appellee.
SYLLABUS BY THE COURT
1. FALSE IMPRISONMENT - DAMAGES. - Where appellee sued appellant bakery company and H, their store manager, for damages for false imprisonment and the evidence showed that appellee had forgotten to pay for meat she had purchased and H overtook her outside the store where she admitted she had the meat and had forgotten to pay for it, the jury had a right to determine the good faith of H in his refusal to accept the money or the meat offered by appellee and in demanding that she return to the check stand and pay the cashier.
2. PRINCIPAL AND AGENT - SCOPE OF AGENT'S AUTHORITY. - The evidence is sufficient to show that H, appellant's store manager, called the police or had someone else call them and that he voluntarily accompanied them in pursuit of appellee to identify her when she was forced into an automobile and taken to the police station where she was charged with larceny and where she was detained for five hours, questioned, photographed and fingerprinted and this constituted a continuous series of events caused by H and it cannot be held that he was not acting within the scope of his authority. The opinion of the court was delivered by: McHANEY, J.
This is an action by appellee against appellants, Kroger Company and Orie Houpt, the latter being at the time hereinafter mentioned manager of the former's meat market in its store at Hot Springs, Arkansas, to recover damages for false imprisonment. The [208 Ark Page 1065]
complaint alleged that, on November 15, 1943, the appellants unlawfully, maliciously and wantonly caused her to be deprived of her liberty and imprisoned in the city jail at Hot Springs for about five hours, "thereby causing plaintiff to suffer considerable mental anguish and humiliation, and to suffer considerable financial loss as a result of diminished earning capacity." Judgment was prayed in a large sum for both actual and punitive damages. The answer of appellants was a general denial and a plea of good faith and the existence of probable cause for any action taken by Houpt as a bar to the action.
Trial resulted in a verdict and judgment against both appellants for $2,500 actual and $2,500 punitive damages, or a total of $5,000. This appeal followed.
The facts, briefly stated in the light most favorable to appellee, are as follows: Appellee, a dramatic actress whose home is in New York City, was a visitor in Hot Springs. She arrived there October 29, 1943, was living at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Parkin and was taking the baths for arthritis. On November 15, after taking a bath, and on her way home, she entered the store of appellants where she bought 37 cents worth of liver from Houpt at the meat market. She paid the ration points to him, but the price for the liver had to be paid to the cashier at the check stand. The price tag was attached to the package of liver by paper adhesive tape, and she says she removed this tag and put it in her pocket, holding the package of liver in her hand, saw some bananas she wanted, got them and handed them to the girl at the check stand to be weighed and was told they cost 12 cents, which amount she paid, walked out and completely forgot to pay for the liver. She was stopped on the outside by appellant, Houpt, and another, and Houpt told her she forgot to pay for the meat, which she admitted and immediately took out her purse, offered to pay for it by trying to give him a $1 bill which he refused to take, and he insisted that she go back in the store and pay the cashier which she refused to do. She said both men took hold of her arms and tried to drag her back into the store. She said she handed Houpt the money and he refused it, she handed him the meat, and he refused it, and [208 Ark Page 1066]
she took it out of her bag and threw it on the ground, "and I says, `very well,' and as I was about to leave I had this on my arm (indicating her large handbag), and he says, `Well, I am going to see what you got in there,' and he snatched my bag away from me." She said the handbag contained an apple and an avocado which she brought from her home that morning, the bananas she just bought and her ration books. She left, and on the way home, about three blocks from the store, a car driven by a city police officer, Young, with Houpt on the front seat and another man referred to by her as a bondsman pulled up by her, Young told her to get in the car, that the chief wanted to see her, she declined the invitation to get in and they, Young and Dodd, forced her to get in. She was taken to the police station, was questioned and kept there for about five hours, though not locked up, and charged with petit larceny, for stealing meat and fruit. She was photographed and finger printed. She was released about 5 p.m. when Mrs. Parkin went down and made her bond. She was tried in the municipal court the next morning, convicted and fined $25 and costs. On appeal to the circuit court, she was acquitted. In his argument to the jury for her acquittal in the circuit court, her counsel, according to one of the jurors and the judge who presided at the trial, stated that all she wanted was to clear her name of the charge against her, and that there would be no damage suit. This present suit was brought at Benton, in Saline county, shortly thereafter.
For a reversal of the judgment it is first contended that as to appellant, Kroger Company, it is not liable to appellee, regardless of what may be the decision as to Houpt. We cannot agree with this contention, because the course pursued by Houpt as outlined above was taken in the course of his employment. He undoubtedly had the right to stop appellee on the sidewalk outside the store and to ask her if she had not forgotten to pay for the meat, but when she admitted that she had forgotten it and offered to pay him therefor or to return the meat, the jury had the right to determine his good faith or the want of probable cause in his refusal to accept the money or the meat and in demanding that she return to the [208 Ark Page 1067]
check stand and pay the cashier. We think it fairly inferable from the evidence that Houpt either called the police or had them called by some other employee, since they showed up at the store shortly after appellee's departure, and that he voluntarily accompanied them in pursuit of her to aid them in her arrest by at least identifying her. She was forced into the automobile, taken to the police station with them where she was charged with larceny, and where she was detained for about five hours, questioned, photographed and finger printed. This constituted a continuous series of events caused by Houpt, and we think it would be purely technical and without substance to hold that Houpt was not acting within the scope of his authority. Cases cited by appellant, such as Ark. Central Power Co. v. Hildreth, 174 Ark. 529, 296 S.W. 33, are to the effect that a railroad or street car company is not liable for the acts of its conductor in causing the arrest of the passenger after the passenger's voluntary departure from the car, are not in point. "But," as said in Ft. Smith & Van Buren Dist. v. Kidd, 153 Ark. 489, 241 S.W. 374, "if the passenger is ejected by being arrested then the carrier is liable for the action if the arrest itself is unauthorized." Practically all the previous cases are cited in the Hildreth case, which affirmed a judgment for false imprisonment against the company. See, also, Mo. Pac. R. R. Co. v. Yancey, 178 Ark. 147, 10 S.W.2d 22. We, therefore, conclude that a question of fact for the jury was made as to the liability of both appellants.
The court erred, however, in submitting to the jury the question of punitive damages, as it did in instruction No. 5 requested by appellee. It is well settled in this state that exemplary or punitive damages will not be awarded for negligence alone, however gross. Mo. Pac. R. R. Co. v. Yancey, 178 Ark. 147, 10 S.W.2d 22, and cases there cited, where it was said: "The general rule is that exemplary or punitive damages will never be allowed where the false imprisonment was brought about in good faith, without malice in fact or in law, and there is no element of wantonness or recklessness on the part of the party making the arrest." Tested by this rule we [208 Ark Page 1068]
find no evidence in this record to support an award for such damages. Houpt did not, in fact, make the arrest, but was present with the officers to identify appellee. He pointed her out to them as the person who stole the meat. It is conceded by counsel for appellee that, since she walked out without paying for the meat, "Houpt had a perfect right to stop her and demand payment or a return of the meat." This being true, it is difficult to perceive that what he subsequently did was done maliciously, willfully or wantonly. This error, however, may be cured by reversing this part of the judgment and dismissing the action for punitive damages.
We think the court also committed error in instruction No. 4, given at appellee's request, as follows: "`You are instructed that in order to justify an arrest without a warrant for a misdemeanor, the arresting officer or the person causing the arrest must determine at his peril whether an offense has been committed or not. In other words, a misdemeanor must have actually been committed to justify an arrest without a warrant.
"`So, if you find from a preponderance of the evidence herein that defendant, O. C. Houpt, while in the employ of the defendant, Kroger Grocery & Baking Company, and while acting within the scope of his authority and in the furtherance of his employer's business, caused the arrest of plaintiff for a misdemeanor without a warrant; then you are told that the defendants can justify such arrest only by showing that plaintiff actually committed a misdemeanor.'"
The vice in this instruction is the requirement that appellants "can justify such arrest only by showing that plaintiff actually committed a misdemeanor." Such is not the law. Of course, had she been convicted in the circuit court, such conviction would have been an absolute defense as being conclusive of probable cause. But the converse of that proposition is not true. If the jury should find that Houpt acted in good faith, with reasonable grounds, not only in stopping her and asking her to return into the store and pay for the meat (and it is conceded that he had a right to do this), but in going with [208 Ark Page 1069]
the officers who sought to apprehend her and in going to the police station with them, this would be probable cause and no action would he against appellants. We so held in Mo. Pac. R. R. Co. v. Quick, 199 Ark. 1134, 137 S.W.2d 263, where we held as a matter of law that there was probable cause, which defeated the action for false arrest. We there said: "The case at bar turns on the good faith of those charged with having falsely arrested appellee. Our view is that there was probable cause for believing appellee was attempting to take property from the railroad yard." A judgment for $4,000 in that case was reversed, and the cause dismissed. Instruction No. 4 was not specifically argued in the brief of appellants, but the question of probable cause with which it dealt was argued, and we consider the instruction with such argument. The whole question turns on the good faith of Houpt in doing what was done, and the majority is unwilling to say, as a matter of law, that he did act all the way through in good faith, and that he, therefore, had probable cause.
For the error in submitting the question of punitive damages, the judgment is reversed, and the action for such damages is dismissed. For the error in said instruction No. 4, the judgment is reversed, and the cause remanded for a new trial.
|Houpt, Orie C (I3312)
|Lesueur, Pierre (I1072)
|Hendrix, Martha Leland "Lea" (I3713)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Living (I16883)
Notes from John Henry Hubbard's General Affidavit dated April 30, 1908 in request for funds for descendants of Cherokee Indians.
" I am acquainted with applicant and have known him all of his life. I also knew Nancy Hubbard the mother of applicant and she was the daughter of Abe Childres and Patsy Childres. Patsy Childers had the following children, to wit: Nancy Hubbard, Annie Taylor the wife of William Taylor, Patsy Taylor the wife of John Taylor, William Childres, and Jack Childres. (Written in is son Abe Childers). I am the son of William Childres, a brother of Nancy Hubbard.
Abe Childers the grandfather of John H. Hubbard had the following brothers that I remember, to wit: Lem Childers and Gid Childers. Lem Childers and his son Levi Childers and Henry Childers the son of Gid Childers were taken off the the Cherokee Indian from Bradley County, Tennessee about the years 1835-1838.
I was born in McMinn County, Tennessee, December 19, 1824 and I remember well about the above parties being taken off with the Cherokee Indians and know that they were Cherokee Indians. We have claimed Cherokee Indian blood ever since I can remember and I know that we have the blood and that the Indians themselves recognized my father and his brothers and sisters to be of Cherokee Indian descent, but my mother was a white woman.
Signed Ira Childress
Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County, Georgia.
|Childers, William Ira (I7444)
Streat Buford Berry (1885 - 1887)*
Maggie Belle Berry Johnston (1886 - 1932)*
Wood Lafayette Berry (1889 - 1962)*
Betty Jane Berry Scott (1890 - 1932)*
Nona Rose Berry Dale (1894 - 1945)*
Richard Paul Berry (1896 - 1955)*
George Washington Berry (1898 - 1963)*
Thomas Magee Berry (1901 - 1930)*
James Ray Berry (1904 - 1904)*
Ada Mae Berry (1904 - 1904)*
Prentiss Webb Berry (1906 - 1986)*
Kendall Wood Berry (1907 - 2000)*
Myron Quinn Berry (1912 - 1913)*
|Magee, Effie Jane (I8079)
"AN OCTOGENARIAN WHO LIVES IN CULLMAN COUNTY, ALA. AND HAS OVER THREE HUNDRED LIVING ANCESTORS-David Speegle, of Cullman County, has just celebrated his eighty-fourth birthday by a big basket picnic in his neighborhood, which was attended by fully a thousand of his friends and neighbors. Mr. Speegle was born in Lincoln County., NC, July 15, 1806, and was one of the very first settlers of that portion of Alabama, now known as Cullman County. For over sixty years, he has lived at, or very near his present homestead. He is the father of twenty six children, and his entire progeny extending down an the fifth generation, now numbers over 300 living members. The old gentleman, by use of his stick, is able to move around very well, and greatly enjoys the big birthday dinner that Brushy Creek settlement gives every 15th of July in his honor. All who know him hope and pray he may yet live to celebrate many birthdays with his family and neighbors, and be hale and hearty when he is one hundred years old."
July 24, 1890
|Speegle, David (I150)
"SMITH CREEK" JOHN STOCKTON
Cumberland County, Kentucky
Deed Book F
This Indenture made this 30th day of May in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and twenty five, between John Christian, John Stockton, Rachel Jones of the County of Overton and State of Tennessee, Michael Stockton, Thomas Stockton, Daniel Stockton, John Irwin, Samuel C. Stockton and Davis Stockton of the County of Cumberland and State of Kentucky all heirs of John Stockton deceased of the one part, and Jesse Stockton one of the heirs of said John Stockton deceased of the other part. Witnesseth. That for and in consideration of the sum of three hundred and fifty dollars to them in hand paid, the said John Christian, John Stockton, Rachael Jones, Michael Stockton, Thomas Stockton, Daniel Stockton, John Irwin, Samuel C. Stockton, and Davis Stockton heirs as aforesaid, doth by these presents, grant, bargain and sell unto the aforesaid Jesse Stockton, their undivided right and interest in and to two hundred acres of land, lying in Cumberland County aforesaid, on Smi!
ths Creek, which was patented in the name of John Stockton assignee of Samuel S. Green, and bounded as followeth to wit, Beginning at a white oak and walnut on the South side of the creek, thence with George Smiths line N 68 degrees W. 10 poles to the creek, whole length of the line 188 poles, to a hickory, dogwood and post oak thence S 22 degrees W. 188 poles to a white oak and dogwood thence S 68 degrees E 130 poles to gum and dogwood on Alexander Harts line, thence with his line N 42 degrees E. 60 poles to a double poplar, thence N. 85 degrees E. 36 poles to the Creek, whole length of the line 70 poles to a black oak, gum, dogwood and hickory, thence N. 9 degrees E. 102 poles to the place of beginning;
Which tract or parcel of land, with its appurtenances the heirs of John Stockton deceased as aforesaid, doth by these presents, warrants and forever defend to Jesse Stockton aforesaid, and his heirs and assigns from all persons whatsoever, claiming under the right of John Stockton deceased, and do vest the whole title of said land in Jesse Stockton and his heirs as an indefeasible inheritance in fee simple In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals the date first above written, signed, sealed and delivered and acknowledged in presents of
Rachael Jones (Seal)
Thomas Stockton (Seal)
John Stockton (Seal)
Samuel Stockton (Seal)
J. Christian (Seal)
Jno. Irwin (Seal)
Davis Stockton (Seal)
Daniel Stockton (Seal)
[Note: In the original document the symbol for degrees was used, which has been replaced with the word degrees for this posting. Jerry Stockton]
|Stockton, "Smith Creek" John (I12052)
(common marker with William Fletcher Bachman).
|Bachman, William Fletcher (I3956)
*"MR. AND MRS. F. A. STOCKTON" (Sude Belle Hooten)
"The star actors in this grand event, the celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary/Sunday, May 21, 1950, and really qualify as pioneer settlers. Mr. Stockton was born at Lexington, Lee County, January 17, 1876, but moved to Lometa at the age of sixteen."
"Mrs. Stockton, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hooten, was born at Old Senterfitt, May 17, 1882. Dr. Hooten was the first doctor of Lometa."
"The Stockton's were married May 23, 1900. They have four children: Mrs. Leo Page, San Antonio; Mrs. Jack Maxwell, Lometa; Norborne Stockton, Lometa; Mrs. J. M. Nance, Abilene. They have four grand children and two great grand children."
"Mr. Stockton (Grandad to all his friends), has been in public business, with ranching as a sideline, 54 years, until 1945, when he sold his modern grocery, market and feed business to Baker and Gribble. Since then he has devoted his entire time to his extensive ranching interests."
|Hooten, Sudie Bell (I11778)
1820 FEDERAL CENSUS - ROCKINGHAM, NC
Free white males:
Free white males under ten years 4
Free white males of ten and under sixteen 0
Free white males between sixteen and eighteen 0
Free white males of sixteen and under twenty-six including heads of families 0
Free white males of twenty-six and under forty-five, including heads of families. 1
Free white males of forty-five and upwards, including heads of families. 0
Free white females:
Free white females under ten years 1
Free white females of ten and under sixteen 0
Free white females of sixteen and under twenty-six including heads of families 0
Free white females of twenty-six and under forty-five, including heads of families 1
Free white females of forty-five and upwards, including heads of families 0
Foreigners not naturalized. 0
Number of persons engaged in Agriculture. 1
Number of persons engaged in Commerce.
Number of persons engaged in Manufactures.
Males under fourteen. 0
Males of fourteen and under twenty-six. 0
Males of twenty-six and under forty-five. 0
Males of forty-five and upwards. 0
Females under fourteen. 0
Females of fourteen and under twenty-six. 0
Females of twenty-six and under forty-five. 0
Females of forty-five and upwards. 0
Free Colored Persons:
Males under fourteen. 0
Males of fourteen and under twenty-six. 0
Males of twenty-six and under forty-five. 0
Males of forty-five and upwards. 0
Females under fourteen. 0
Females of fourteen and under twenty-six. 0
Females of twenty-six and under forty-five. 0
Females of forty-five and upwards. 0
All other persons except Indians not taxed. 0
|Martin, Andrew (I7274)
1830 Census Dallas Co. AL
1840 Census Lauderdale Co, MS
1850 -1860-1870 Census Bradley Co. AR
Children of VASHTI VANN and SIMPSON GORMAN are:
4. i. GEORGE MATHIS GORMAN, b. 05 Jun 1826, Alabama; d. 11 Mar 1881, Hermitage, Bradley Cty AR.
ii. SIMEON GORMAN, b. 1824, Dallas Co, AL.
iii. UNK GORMAN, b. Bet. 1826 - 1829, Dallas Co, AL.
5. iv. JOSEPH V. GORMAN, b. 29 May 1830, Dallas Co, AL.
v. UNK GORMAN, b. Bet. 1831 - 1834, Dallas Co, AL.
vi. JAMES M GORMAN, b. 1835, Dallas Co, AL.
vii. JACKSON O GORMAN, b. 1836, Dallas Co, AL.
viii. MARGARET ELIZABETH GORMAN, b. 1838, Lauderdale Co, MS.
ix. DAVID FRANKLIN GORMAN, b. 1841, Lauderdale Co, MS.
x. MARIAH GORMAN, b. 1843, Lauderdale Co, MS.
|Gorman, Simpson (I491)
1850 census Rockingham Co NC
William M. Martin 24 b. NC Farmer
M. M. 25 "
H. E. 2 "
G. W. 0 "
Ibe Cronder 20 (female servant??)
This is William M. Martin b, 1826 NC, my ancestor, his wife is Mary M. Young
b. 1825 NC, d/o Robert and Mary Young of Rockingham Co NC.
William M. Martin married Mary M. Young 7-24-1847 Rockingham Co NC. Their
daughter is H. E. Martin b. 1848, and their son is George Wesley Martin b.
11-1-1849 NC. He married Martha Virginia Cunningham in Lexington, Henderson
Co TN, and they moved their family to Navarro Co TX in 1878.
|Martin, William M (I83)
1850 United States Federal Census
Name: A Chadwick
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1807
Birth Place: South Carolina
Home in 1850 (City,County,State): District 28, Benton, Alabama
Family Number: 442
A Chadwick 43
T Chadwick 23
S E Chadwick 12
John Chadwick 8
J T Chadwick 6
Wm Chadwick 4
Jefferson Chadwick 2
C Chadwick 1
A A Gallaugher 67
|Chadwick, Aaron (I2403)
1900 United States Federal Census
Name: James M Storment
Home in 1900: Horatio, Sevier, Arkansas
Birth Date: Jul 1848
Birthplace: South Carolina
Relationship to head-of-house: Head
Father's Birthplace: South Carolina
Mother's Birthplace: South Carolina
Spouse's Name: Elisabeth F Storment
Marriage Year: 1880
Marital Status: Married
Years Married: 20
James M Storment 51
Elisabeth F Storment 53
George A Storment 19
William Storment 17
James F Storment 16
Mattie E Storment 14
May Storment 10
|Storment, James M (I4562)
1910 Navarro Co Census - Selman E D
E D - Head 69
Dee - Wife 58
Jane - sister 69
Smith, Matilda - sister 69
|Selman, Ebenezer D "Ebb" (I2764)