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Source Citations


Colonel Francis Thornton Jr.

1Barnes, Robert and Catherine, Genealogies Of Virginia Families, From the William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine
Volume V, No. 1. (Jul., 1896), pp. 58-60. . "FRANCIS3 THORNTON, born January 4, 1682; according to a deposition made in 1733, in relation to the dispute over the boundary of the Northern Neck (printed in Slaughter's St. Mark's Parish, in the deposition he is styled "Francis Thornton, of Caroline county, gentleman"), he settled at Snow Creek, near the present Fredericksburg, about 1703. There is recorded in Essex a deed, dated March, 1703-'4, from Francis Thornton, of Stafford, conveying to Francis Thornton, Jr., then of Essex, a tract of about 700 acres at Snow Creek. In May, 1719, Francis Thornton, Jr. and Mary his wife, of St. Mary's parish, Essex, conveyed to Augustine Smith and John Taliaferro, church wardens, for a consideration of five shillings, 300 acres in the fork of Snow Creek, for a glebe. Francis Thornton was one of the first justices of Caroline. There is a deed, recorded in Spotsylvania, dated 1722, by which Mary and Winifred Thornton relinquish the right of dower in 400 acres of land sold by Francis and Anthony Thornton. Francis Thornton, a justice of Essex, was Burgess for Spotsylvania in 1723 and 1726. (Virginia Historical Register). Though I have not been able to ascertain the fact with absolute certainty, yet I have no doubt that this Francis Thornton, Jr., who settled at Snow Creek in 1703, was the Francis Thornton who was Burgess from Spotsylvania, as above stated, and who was the first of what are generally called, from their seat, the "Fall Hill" Thorntons. The only thing to cause a doubt is that the Francis3 Thornton here treated of calls himself, in 1733, "of Caroline county". Probably he lived at various times on estates in both Caroline and Spotsylvania. It will, in this account, be assumed, tentatively, that he was the first of the "Fall Hill" Thorntons.

Issue: 30. Francis4; 31. Reuben; 32. John."

2Barnes, Robert and Catherine, Genealogies Of Virginia Families, pg 64. "THORNTON-TALIAFERRO.—On page 92, Vol. IV, of QUARTERLY, is an account of Francis Thornton, Jr. (born January 4, 1682), and Mary his wife.* It does not seem that there can be any doubt that the wife was Mary Taliaferro, daughter of John Taliaferro and Sarah Smith, his wife. John Taliaferro mentions his daughter Mary in his will, dated June i, 1715. The children of Francis Thornton and Mary, his wife, were Francis, Reuben, John, Sarah, who married Slaughter, and Alice, who married James Taylor (see Virginia Genealogies, p. 675 and see will of Reuben Thornton, QUARTERLY, IV., 160). Mrs. Elizabeth Ward Doremus, of New York, writes as follows: "My great-grandfather, Gen. James Taylor, knew that Mary Thornton was the daughter of John Taliaferro, and spoke of it to my mother and others, but in his Journal where he speaks of Alice Thornton as having married his ancestor James Taylor, he did not go back into the Thornton line giving Alice's parents. I knew many of my Thornton and Taliaferro cousins in Kentucky as a child when I lived with my great-grandmother, Mrs. James Taylor (nee Keturah Moss), wife of Gen. James Taylor, of Newport, Kentucky. She was ninety-six when she died and I remember her well."."

3FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/54238369. "Son of Francis Thornton I. Married Mary (Taliaferro) at Snow Creek (which was then in Spotsylvania Co., VA.) Father of Mildred (Thorton) Meriwether/Walker) wife of Nicholas Meriwether then Dr. Thomas Walker, explorer); Francis Thorton III, Wm., Elizabeth (Thornton) Meriwether/Lewis; Col. John Thornton and others. Reportedly died at "Snow Creek".He was the lst Justice of Caroline Co.,VA. He also served as Justice of Essex Co, VA 1723-26. He served as Col. of his Majesty's Militia for Spotsylvania Co. He settled at Snow Creek, near the present Fredericksburg in 1703. Col Francis II served as Burgess for Spotsylvania Co., VA. Father of 12: Francis III, Mary, Alice (Taylor), Col. John, Eliz Mary, Reuben, Sarah, Powland, Mildred (Thornton) Lewis/Walker, Ann, Wm. Montpelier and Lucy Eliza Thornton.
Died at Snow Creek." Image.


Mary Elizabeth Taliaferro

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/54238454. "Born at "Powhatan Plantation", St. Mary's Parish, VA. Daughter of John "The Ranger" Taliaferro and Sarah (Smith) Taliaferro. Married Col. Francis Thornton II.(Jr.). Mother of Mildred (Thorton) Meriwether/Walker (by lst hudband Nicholas Meriwether and by 2nd husband Dr. Thomas Walker); Francis Thornton III; Wm. M.; Elizabeth; Sarah; Mary;, Col. John; Reuben; Ann; Rowland and Lucy Eliza Thornton. Died at "Snow Creek"." Image.


Anthony Thornton

1William and Mary College Quarterly historical magazine, Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond, Virginia, Vol. V pg 23. Image.


Winifred Presley

1William and Mary College Quarterly historical magazine, Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond, Virginia, Vol. V pg 23. Image.


William Thornton

1King, George Harrison Sanford, Virginia, King George County, will book, A-1, 1721-1752, Fredericksburg, Virginia : G.H.S. King 1978, pgs 153-154, 951.525 P2. "WILL OF WILLIAM THORNTON
In the Name of Ged Amen. I William Thornton of King George County and Parish of Brunswick, Gentleman, being sick and weak in body but of sound perfect and disposing mind memory and understanding Praised be Almighty God for the same, do make and declare this my Last Will & Testament in manner and form following (That is to say)

First and principally I commend my soul into the hands of Almighty God my Creator and by the Merits of his son Jesus Christ my Redeemer I hope for the Enjoyments of a Heavenly Being.

Item: I give and bequeath unto Frances Robinson my granddaughter the following slaves, Punch, Venus and her child Lucy, Hannah, Primus, Cato Mingo, Jack, and Dafney. I also give unto my said granddaughter all that tract or parcel of land in Prince William County at the Great Marsh whereon William Hackney and John Jones now live containing five hundred acres of land more or less.

Item: I give and bequeath unto my grandson William Robinson the following slaves Dick, Winney, Milley, Jolly, Dick, Edinborough, Plato, Phill and Sambo. I also give unto my said grandson William Robinson fifteen hundred acres of land in Prince William County, the uppermost part of my land binding upon Tin Pot Run.

Item: I give and bequeath unto my loving brother Francis Thornton of Caroline County One Hundred Pounds Current Money.

Item: At the day of my death I do acquit and discharge my Loving Friend John Steward from all debts, dues and demands.

Item: I give unto Ann Redman the sum of Thirty Five Pounds Current Money to be paid in provisions on this Plantation or Money as the said Ann Redman shall like best.

Item: I give unto my kind friend the Reverend Mr. Daniel McDonald a book called Usebus's History of the Church.

As I apprehend there is no occasion of appraising my estate, I desire it may be omitted. All the rest and residue of my estate I give unto my dearly beloved wife Frances Robinson and my only son William Robinson in due proportions as the law shall direct.

Lastly I do appoint my loving brother Francis Thornton and my only son William Thornton Executors of this my Last Will & Testament and do hereby revoke all former and other wills and testaments heretofore by me made. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this third day of November in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred & Forty Two.
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William Thornton *Seale*
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Signed Sealed Published & Declared)
as for my Last Will & Testament in)
the Presence of )
Elias Sharp John Hobby
His Mark
William [ M J Cockril
114 1743th
At a Court held for King George County the 4th day of March 1742
11742/3].
The Last Will & Testament of William Thornton, Gent., Deceased, was presented into Court by Francis Thornton and William Thornton, his Executors, who made oath thereto and the same was proved by the oaths of Elias Sharp and William Cockrill and admitted to Record.
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[On the margin: Col? WV Thornton's Will]."

2King, George Harrison Sanford, Virginia, King George County, will book, A-1, 1721-1752, Section II pg 277. "THORNTON, WILLIAM [GENTLEMAN, COLONEL] (d. t., 1742/3). COB#2, pg. 323: 4 March 1742/3
The last will and Testament of William Thornton, Gentleman, deceased, was presented into court by Francis Thornton and William Thornton, his executors, and on the same day they gave bond in the sum of £3,000 Current Money for the performance of their executorial duties with John Champe, their security [BB#3, p. 17]. Inventory Book #1, pages 274-278, notes that the inventory of Colonel William Thornton was recorded 3 May 1743. His only son and heir at law, William Thornton [Junior], did not survive his father a year; see next below."

3Barnes, Robert and Catherine, Genealogies Of Virginia Families, From the William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine
Volume V, No. 1. (Jul., 1896), pp. 58-60. . "WILLIAM3 THORNTON, born December 14, 1680; settled in that part of Richmond county which was afterwards in King George; was sheriff of Richmond in 1709 and 1717, one of the first justices of King George in 1720, and member of the House of Burgesses from that county in 1723 and 1726. (Virginia Historical Register). He married Frances _____, and died in 1742 or 1743. In 1742 they made a deed for land in King George, and in 1743 Frances Thornton, widow of Francis Thornton, late of King George, gentleman, made a deed to William Thornton, only son and heir of her husband, Wm. Thornton, deceased. The will of Wm. Thornton was dated Nov. 3, 1742, and was in the missing will-book."

4FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/93852793/william-thornton. "William was a son of Francis and Alice (Savage) Thornton and twin of Sarah (Thornton) Taliaferro. He was born presumably on his father's plantation in "Old" Rappahannock Co., Virginia.[Biographies of his parents linked to this one contain erroneous information.]

Around 1705, William married the widow Frances Bernard.

He died probably in early 1743; his will was recorded in King George County and probated in March. His heirs were few: his only son William, his widow Frances, and his young grandchildren, Frances and William Robinson. (Bio by Mark Hale)." Image.


Frances Bernard

1King, George Harrison Sanford, Virginia, King George County, will book, A-1, 1721-1752, Fredericksburg, Virginia : G.H.S. King 1978, pg 176-177, 951.525 P2. "WILL OF FRANCES THORNTON
In the Name of God Amen. I Frances Thornton of the Parish of Brunswick and County of King George, Widdow, being sick and weak in body but of sound perfect and disposing mind memory and understanding praised be Almighty God for the same, do make and declare my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following. [ # ]

Item: I give and bequeath to my two granddaughters Elizabeth and Frances Bernard, the daughters of my son Robert Bernard of Glocester County, Decd, the principal sum of Two Hundred Pounds Current Money of Virginia now at interest in the hands of my only son William Thornton to be equally divided between them.

Item: I give unto my granddaughter Margaret, the daughter of my said son Robert Bernard (who was born since the death of my said son Robert Bernard), all such interest as shall become due for the said sum of Two Hundred Pounds till my said two granddaughters Elizabeth and Frances Bernard shall attain the age of Eighteen years or Days of Marriage and all such money as I shall be possessed of at the day of my decease. And if it should so happen that any of my said granddaughters shall die before they shall attain such age or days of marriage that then my will and pleasure is that the said Two Hundred Pounds and interest and such money as I shall be possessed of at my decease shall be equally divided between the survivors or survivor of my said three grandchildren and lastly I make ordain constitute and appoint my only son William Thornton and my Loving Brother Francis Thornton Executors of this my Last Will and Testament and hereby revoke all former and other wills heretofore by me made and declare this alone to be my Last Will and Testament Signed with my hand and Sealed with my seal this 7th day of January 1743.
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Frances Thornton *Seale*
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Sign'd Sealed Published and )
Declared in the Presence )
of )
Ignatius West
Jn? Hobby
William Ficklin
At a Court held for King George County on Fryday April 5: 1745.
The Last Will and Testament of Frances Thornton, Deceased, was presented into Court by Francis Thornton her Executor who made oath thereto and the same was proved by the oaths of the witnesses thereto and admitted to record, the said Francis Thornton having with Samuel Donne entred into Bond in the sum of Five Hundred Pounds for the same.
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2King, George Harrison Sanford, Virginia, King George County, will book, A-1, 1721-1752, Section II pg 276. "THORNTON, FRANCES [WIDOW], (d. t., 1745). COB#2, p. 440: 5 April 1745
The last will and Testament of Frances Thornton, deceased, was presented into court by Francis Thornton, her executor, and on this day he gave bond in the sum of £500 to perform his executorial duties with Samuel Donne, his security [BB#3, p. 39]. I have found no appraisement of her estate of record. She was the widow of Colonel William Thornton (1680-1742/3), Gentleman (see page 277)."


William Thornton Jr.

1King, George Harrison Sanford, Virginia, King George County, will book, A-1, 1721-1752, Fredericksburg, Virginia : G.H.S. King 1978, pgs 167-170, 951.525 P2. "WILL OF WILLIAM THORNTON, JUNIOR
In the Name of God Amen. I William Thornton of the County of King George and Parish of Brunswick being sick and weak in body but of sound perfect and disposing mind memory and understanding praised be Almighty God for the same, Do make and declare this my l a s t Will & Testament in manner and form following. [ # ]

Item: I lend unto my Honoured Mother Frances Thornton during her natural life the two under mentioned slaves (Vizt) Ceaser and Jenny and my will also is that my said Mother shall have the sole use and benefit of the said two slaves and their labour as long as she lives and after her decease I bequeath the said two slaves (if living) to my Dearly Beloved Wife Mary Thornton.

Item: To my Dearly Beloved Wife Mary Thornton aforesaid I give and bequeath the following slaves (Vizt) Old Tom, Great Jack, Daphey, Bristol, Judy, Lettice, Glascoe, Phillis, Rose, Frank, Tom at the Marsh, Harry, Sarah, Belfast, Bess, Mingo, Juno and Pompey, the said slaves with all future increase I give to her and heirs forever. I also give to my said wife all my houshold furniture and after my Mother's decease I give her all that she is then in possession of that was left by my Father, also all mygearing apparel and watch together with one half of my stock (Viz.) kine, sheep, horses and hogs, And my will and desire is that she have the benefit of the house I at present live in with all the plantation and land
thereunto belonginglying on the north side of the Main Road (the 124 1743/4 house my Mother lives in and the garden excepted). But after my Mother's decease my will is that she may have and enjoy them also during life aforesaid.

Item; To my daughter and only child Lucy Thornton I give and bequeath all the rest of my slaves with their increase to her and her heirs forever. Also I give her one half of my stock (Vizt) kine, sheep, horses and hogs but my desire is that the whole stock be kept together as long as my child shall live with and be under her Mother's care and be for the future support of them and my Mother. And my will is that if they grow too numerous that the profits arising from the sale of any of them be equally divided between my wife and child aforesaid as long as they shall be kept together but if on any account my child shall be removed from her Mother and have a guardian appointed then I desire that the stock aforesaid may be equally divided also and ever after kept separate but they shall furnish each an equal proportion for the support of my Mother's house keeping in as handsome and plentiful a manner as she shall desire.

Item: To my nephew William Robinson I give a Silver hilted Sword, a handsome Trooping saddle and furniture, a pair of fine brass barreled pistols and a pair of pocket pistols.

Item: I give and bequeath to my Honour1d Uncle Francis Thornton of Caroline County my Stallion or Thirty Pistoles which I agreed to sell him for if Mr. Maximilian Robinson likes him.

And my will also is that after my just debts are paid all the ready money I have and all debts due to me that can be recovered may be equally divided between my said wife and child.

Item: To my only daughter and child Lucy Thornton I give and bequeath all my lands whatsoever except the plantation whereon I now live and all the land thereunto belonging lying on the north side of the Main Road which I allot for her Mother during her life but after her decease I give her that also, the said land aforesaid I give to my daughter Lucy Thornton to her and heirs forever.

And in case she shall happen to die without heirs of her body begotten as aforesaid, Then my will is that the land aforesaid shall descend to my nephew William Robinson to him and his heirs forever.

As I apprehend there is no occasion for appraising my estate, I desire it may be omitted. And Lastly I constitute and appoint my Honoured Uncle Francis Thornton of Caroline County and my Loving Brother in Law John Taliaferro of Spotsylvania County Executors of this my last Will & Testament hereby revoking all other Wills and Testaments heretofore by me made. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seale this Seventeenth day of October One Thousand Seven Hundred and Forty Three.
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William Thornton *Seale*
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Sign'd Seal'd Published & Declared )
as and for my Last Will and Testa- )
ment in the Presence of - )
1743/4 125
Ignatius West
His
Bryan [ BC ] Chadwell
Mark
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Eliz. [B] Minton
Mark
At a Court held for King George County the 2nd day of March 1743
[1743/4].
The Last Will & Testament of William Thornton, Deceased, was presented into Court by Francis Thornton, his Executor, who made oath thereto and the same was proved by the oaths of Ignatius West and Elizabeth Minton and admitted to record, the said Francis Thornton having with John Champe, Gent., entred into Bond i n £2000 for the same.
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2King, George Harrison Sanford, Virginia, King George County, will book, A-1, 1721-1752, Section Ii pg 277. "THORNTON, WILLIAM [JUNIOR] (d.t., 1743/4). COB#2, page 390: 2 March 1743/4
The last will and Testament of William Thornton, deceased, was presented into court by Francis Thornton, his executor, and on the same day he gave bond in the sum of £200 Current Money with John Champe, Gent., his security [BB#3, p. 32]. The executor was his uncle, Colonel Francis Thornton, Gentleman, of "Snow Creek," Caroline County, who also acted as executor of his father (above) and of his mother, Madam Frances ( ) Bernard Thornton (16??-1745), mentioned on page 276. I have found no inventory of the
estate of William Thornton, Jr. of record."


Dr. Joseph Allen Owen Jr.

1California, Death Index, 1940-1997. "Name: Joseph A Owen  
Social Security #: 550302189
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 11 Sep 1891
Birth Place: California
Death Date: 2 May 1960
Death Place: Napa
Mother's Maiden Name: Jones
Source Citation: Place: Napa;
Date: 2 May 1960;
Social Security: 550302189."

2FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/3617630. Image.


Elza Alfred Moore

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=58459650.


Monna Hunter

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=58459675.


Patrick Owen Hunter

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=9410392.


Cleona Larue Weatherholt

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=9410389.


Betty Ann Hunter

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=60712693. "Betty Ann Hunter of Livermore, California, died October 16, 2010 in Pleasanton at Valley Care Medical Center after a short illness. She was born on July 31, 1922 in Red Bluff, California, the only child of Patrick Owen Hunter and Cleona Weatherholt Hunter. Betty graduated from University of California at Berkeley in 1943 during WWII, and went immediately to work at Sherwin-Williams Paint Company to support the war effort. After the war ended, she married Frank Russell Parks in 1946 and they settled on the Parks Family ranch near Corning, California. In 1962 they moved with their children to Red Bluff to be closer to her aging mother. She was a member of Saint Peter's Episcopal Church in Red Bluff, and Beta Sigma Phi Service Sorority. A life-long artist, Betty worked mostly in watercolors and acrylics, but also enjoyed sculpture and jewelry making. She played a mean jazz piano, greatly admired oriental art, and loved her opportunities to travel throughout the world. Betty loved cats and was an avid reader. Her keen sense of humor got her through many trying times, and she never turned her back on her responsibilities. During her life, she donated her time and resources to many charities. She was loved by all who knew her and will be sorely missed by family and friends, new and old. A long time resident of Red Bluff, California, she relocated in 2003 to Livermore to be closer to her family. She was preceded in death by her parents, her first husband, Frank Parks, their daughter, Candace Suzanne Parks, her son-in-law, Christopher John Wilson, and her second husband, Glen Dale Perrine. She is survived by her daughter, Shelley Parks WIlson Covey, her son-in-law Curtis C. Covey, and her granddaughter Lauren Hunter Covey, all of Livermore. Interment and graveside services will take place at Sunset Hill Cemetery in Corning, California on December 4, 2010 at 2:00 pm. Donations in celebration of her life can be made to the Valley Humane Society or to Smile Train. Published in Daily News from October 27 to November 29, 2010."


Jesse Lewis Owen

1Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1964. "Name: Jessie T Owen
Death Date: 28 Dec 1913
Death Location: Daviess
Age: 80
Gender: Male
Ethnicity: White
Birth Date: 25 Dec 1833
Birth Location: Breckinridge
Father's Name: Thos G Owen
Father's Birth Location: North Carolina
Mother's Name: Lucretia Moorman
Mother's Birth Location: Virginia." Image.

21880 U.S. Census, FHF 1254_405 pg 164B, 5 Jun 1880. "Owen, Thomas G. WM 79 M Farmer North Carolina North Carolina Virginia
----, Lucretia WF 76 Wife M Keeping house Virginia Virginia Virginia
----, Jessie D WM 46 Son M Farmer Kentucky North Carolina Virginia
----, Louisa I WF 42 Daughter-in-law M Idiotic At Home Kentucky Virginia Virginia
----, Nettie C WF 17 Granddaughter S Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky
----, Richard W WM 15 Grandson S Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky
----, Lucretia M WF 12 GrandDaughter S Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky
----, Junius M WM 7 GrandSon S Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky
----, Jane V WF 6/12 Dec GrandDaughter S Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky."


Walter Earl Travis

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/135126163/walter-earl-travis. "On February 15, 1904 in Freetown, MA, Walter Earl Travis was born to Herbert G., a folder born in Webster, MA & Evelena (Borden), born in Fall River.

On March 4, 1936 in Taunton, MA, (Registered in Freetown), Walter E. Travis, 32, a callendar operator, born in Freetown to Herbert G. & Eva (Borden), married Elvira Scarano, 25, a pearl worker born in Sag Harbor, L.I. to Nicholas & Marie (Spencer). This was the first marriage for both." Image.


Elvira Scarano

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/135126264/elvira-travis. "1920 US Census: 58 Wales St., Taunton

HoH: Nickola Scarano, 38, POB: Italy, Polisher in Silver Factory
Spo: Mary, 33, POB: Italy
Dau: Clarice, 14, POB: Italy, cutter in factory
Son: Vita, 12, POB: Italy
Dau: Elvira, 9, POB: NY
Dau: Josephine, 7, POB: NY
Dau: Adela, 5, POB: NY
Son: Joseph, 3 6/12, POB: NY
Dau: Yolanda, 1 4/12, POB: MA

On March 4, 1936 in Taunton, MA, (Registered in Freetown), Walter E. Travis, 32, a callendar operator, born in Freetown to Herbert G. & Eva (Borden), married Elvira Scarano, 25, a pearl worker born in Sag Harbor, L.I. to Nicholas & Marie (Spencer). This was the first marriage for both." Image.


Howard Wade

11930 U.S. Census, FHL 2341639 Roll 1905 pg 3A, 13 Apr 1930. "Wade, Howard Head MW 22 M 19 Oklahoma Arkansas Texas Produce Laborer
----, Jewel N. FW 21 M 17 Oklahoma Tennessee Tennessee
----, Billy D. 9/12 S Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma."