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Robert W. Hamilton
11860 U.S. Census, M653_71 pg 88, 14 Jul 1860. "Robert Hamilton 35 M Teamster Tennessee
Martha Hamilton 24 F Arkansas
John C. Hamilton 6 M California
George W. Hamilton 2 M California
Luticia Hamilton 3/12 F California."
Ross Beaurom Wade
1U.S. Social Security Death Index. "Name: Ross B. Wade
Last Residence: 79045 Hereford, Deaf Smith, Texas, United States of America
Born: 19 May 1907
Died: 22 Feb 1993
State (Year) SSN issued: Arizona (Before 1951)
Source Citation: Number: 526-32-2887;
Issue State: Arizona;
Issue Date: Before 1951."
2Texas Department of Health, Texas Death Index, 1903-2000. Indicates death date of 19 Feb 1993.
3FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/142428173/ross-beaurom-wade. "Ross Wade, 85, died Friday at Deaf Smith General Hospital following a short illness. Services are pending at Rix Funeral Directors.
Mr. Wade was born in Jack County, TX, and married Mildred Kuernes on March 10, 1978 in Albuquerque, N.M. He was a 1925 graduate of Hereford High School. He attended SMU and graduated from Weatherford Junior College. He had lived in Albuquerque and moved back to Hereford about a year ago.
Mr. Wade was a member of First United Methodist Church of Hereford and the Golden K Kiwanis Club. In Albuquerque he was a member of the Masonic Lodge and Elks Lodge.
Survivors include his wife, of the home; one daughter, Dorothy W. Black of Albuquerque; four sons, Ross Wade Jr. of Albuquerque, Don H. Wade of Flandreau, S.D., Jon C. Wade of Washington, D.C., and Dr. Dean E. Wade of Dallas; one sister, Ruby Stevenson of Hereford; two sisters-in-law, Nadine Hill of Hereford and Alice Wade of Amarillo; 14 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren.
(Published in The Hereford Brand, 92nd Year, Vol. No. 163 Deaf Smith County, Texas, Sunday, February 21, 1993, Page 2)
Services for Ross Wade, 85, of Hereford were held Monday afternoon in First United Methodist Church with burial in West Park Cemetery.
Officiating were Dr. Joe Wood, pastor, and the Rev. Lanny Wheeler, chaplain of King's Manor. Arrangements were made by Rix Funeral Directors.
A native of Jack County, Mr. Jackson [sic] came to Hereford as a young man and was graduated from Hereford High School in 1925. He later moved to Albuquerque, N.M., where he was a U.S. government civil service worker. He married Mildred Josephine Kuernes in 1978 in Albuquerque. He moved back to Hereford a year ago.
He belonged to First United Methodist Church, Golden K Kiwanis, Masonic Lodge and Elks Lodge.
Survivors are his wife; a daughter, Dorothy W. Black of Albuquerque; four sons, Ross A. Wade of Albuquerque, Don H. Wade of Flandreau, S.D., Jon C. Wade of Washington, D.C., and Dr. Dean E. Wade of Dallas; a sister, Ruby Stevenson of Hereford; 14 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
(Published in The Hereford Brand, 92nd Year, Vol. No. 164 Deaf Smith County, Texas, Tuesday, February 23, 1993, Page 2)
WADE - Ross B. Wade, age 85, passed away on February 19, 1993 in Deaf Smith General Hospital following a brief illness. He was born May 18, 1907 in Jack County, Texas. He resided in Hereford, Texas as a young man graduating from Hereford High School in 1925. He attended S.M.U. and was a graduate of Weatherford Junior College. He married Mildred Josephine Kuernes on March 10, 1978 in Albuquerque. He moved back to Hereford from Albuquerque one year ago. He worked for the U.S. Government in the civil service. He was a farmer in South Dakota. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Hereford, Golden K. Kiwanias [sic] in Hereford and was a member of the Masonic Lodge & Elks Lodge #41 in Albuquerque. He is survived by his wife, Jo of the home; one daughter, Dorothy W. Black of Albuquerque; four sons, Ross A. Wade of Albuquerque, Don H. Wade of Flandreau, SD, Jon C. Wade of Washington, D.C. and Dr. Dean E. Wade of Dallas, TX; one sister, Ruby Stevenson of Hereford, TX; 14 grandchildren; and 5 great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Monday at First United Methodist Church with Dr. Joe Wood, Pastor, officiating, assisted by Reverend Lanny Wheeler, Chaplin, at Kingsmanor [sic] Nursing Home. Burial will take place in West Park Cemetery in Hereford. Rix Funeral Directors in charge of arrangements.
(Published in Albuquerque Journal (Albuquerque, New Mexico) - 22 Feb 1993, Mon - Page 24)
Oregon, U.S., Marriage Indexes, 1906-2009
Name: Ross B Wade
Marriage Date: 17 May 1933
Marriage Place: Klamath, Oregon, USA
Spouse: Clara L Allen
U.S., World War II Draft Cards Young Men, 1940-1947
Name: Ross Beaurom Wade
Birth Date: 18 May 1907
Birth Place: Post Oak,Texas
Residence Place: Flandreau, Moody, South Dakota
Registration Date: 16 Oct 1940
Registration Place: Moody, South Dakota, USA
Complexion: Light Brown
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Brown
Height: 5-11 1/2
Next of Kin: Clara A Wade
Ross Beaurom Wade
Clara A Wade Wife
Texas, U.S., Death Index, 1903-2000
Name: Ross Wade
Death Date: 19 Feb 1993
Death County: Deaf Smith
U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007
Name: Ross B Wade
Birth Date: 19 May 1907
Birth Place: Jack Co, Texas [Jack CO|]
Death Date: 22 Feb 1993
Claim Date: 2 May 1970
Charles E Wade
Citizenship or Alien Status: U.S. citizen.
Type of Claim: Duplicate request; evidence of identity only submitted.
Notes: 18 Sep 1984: Name listed as ROSS B WADE." Image.
Clara Lillian Allen
1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/138152679/clara-wade. "ALLEN - WADE
Clara Allen was born July 2, 1909, to John in Ida Allen. She attended the Flandreau public school system and then continued her education at Haskell Inst., Lawrence, Kansas, majoring in Secretarial and Commercial work. Upon graduating she entered the Bureau of Indian Affairs and worked on various Indian reservations. On the Navajo Reservation she worked at Tuba City, Winslow, Fort Defiance, and Kaibito. She also worked at Klamath Falls, Oregon and at the Flandreau Indian School.
Clara married Ross Wade of Hereford, Texas. They reared five children and they all attended the Flandreau Public School. The five children are: Ross, Jr., Jon C. Dorothy Black, Don and Dean.
Clara Allen Wade passed away in Gallup, New Mexico hospital and is buried in the Flandreau Indian Cemetery, October 1968." Image.
Jon Charles Wade
1United States, GenealogyBank Obituraries, 1980-2014, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QV5P-HDS3. "Aberdeen American News (SD) | 28 July 2004
Flandreau --- J.C. Wade, 65, passed away Monday at Sioux Valley Hospital.
He was born Oct. 3, 1938, at Flandreau to Ross B. and Clara (Allen) Wade. He was a member of the South Dakota State Baseball Championship Team of 1952. He graduated from Flandreau High School in 1956 and Northern State Teachers College with a BS in math and science in 1960.
J.C taught in Beardsley, Minn., and at the Flandreau Indian School ('61-'64) and coached the Flandreau Cardinals baseball team in the early 1960s. He went on to USD '64-'65 to get a masters in math and then worked in Pierre as director of Indian Education for South Dakota. He worked in the Aberdeen-area office in the department of education, attended University of Minnesota toward a degree in educational administration and then returned to the BIA in Aberdeen. In December '74 he became the superintendent at the Phoenix Indian School. Director of Indian Education --- BIA, Albuquerque, N.M. President of the Institute of American Indian Art in Santa Fe, N.M. He returned to the Aberdeen Area BIA ('87-'91) and then worked in Washington, D.C., for the Department of Education, as Deputy Director, Division of Indian Education. He retired in 1995 and returned to Flandreau.
He is survived by his wife, Marilyn; two daughters, Jean M. (Gerald S.) Lane, Naperville, Ill., Lynn R. Wade, Flandreau; two grandchildren, Brittany and Stephen; his siblings, Ross A., Flandreau, Don H. (Kittie), Flandreau, Dorothy W. (A. Rolfe) Black, Santa Fe, and Dean E. (Mary), Weatherford, Texas.
Funeral services will be Thursday, July 29, 11 a.m. at Second Presbyterian Church with burial in First Presbyterian Cemetery.
Visitation beginning at 2 p.m. Wednesday with a 7 p.m. prayer service at Skroch Funeral Chapel.
Copyright (c) 2004 Aberdeen American News
United States, GenealogyBank Obituaries, 1980-2014." Image.
Rev Carlton Price
11870 U.S. Census, M593_1356 pg 159, 24 Jun 1870. "Price, Carlton 50 MW Clergyman New Hampshire
-----, Henrietta 48 FW Keeping House Pennsylvania."
21880 U.S. Census, T9_1122 FHF 1255122 pg 474.4000, 10 Jun 1880. "Price, Carlton WM 61 M Clergyman New Hampshire New Hampshire New Hampshire
-----, Henrietta WF 59 Wife M Keeping House Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania."
Dr Demont Fairmont Morenzy
11860 U.S. Census, M653_1126 pg 482, 22 Jun 1860. "Michael Carpenter 63 m Scvivener Pennsylvania
Leah Carpenter 63 f Pennsylvania
Mary Carpenter 27 f Pennsylvania
Lucy Carpenter 21 f Pennsylvania
D F Morentzy 29 m Physician England
Rebecca Morentzy 30 f Pennsylvania
Westly Morentzy 1 m Pennsylvania."
21870 U.S. Census, M593_1359 pg 274A, 15 Jul 1870. "Morenzy, Demont F 38 MW Physician Durham, England
-------, Catharine 45 FW Keeping House Pennsylvania
-------, Wesley 12 MW Pennsylvania
-------. Albert 8 MW Pennsylvania
-------, Edgar 5 MW Pennsylvania."
31880 U.S. Census, FHF 1255142 pg 31B, 7 Jun 1880. "Morenzie, Demont WM 47 Boarder Wd Physician England England England."
41900 U.S. Census, T623_323 pg 4A, 4 Jun 1900. "Morenzy, DF Head WM May 1832 68 M 17 England England England
-------, Sarah E. Wife WF Oct 1852 47 M 17 2 2 Illinois Ohio Virginia
-------, Letitia Daughter WF Aug 1886 13 S Illinois England Illinois
-------, Zoe Daughter WF Aug 1892 7 S Illinois England Illinois."
Sarah R. Hickey
11860 U.S. Census, M653_1293 pg 124, 4 Jul 1860. "Isaac Robinson 53 m Stock Farmer Virginia
Sarah R Robinson 44 F house Keeper Tennessee
Polly Cowen 24 F Seam Mississippi (Insane)
John H Cowen 22 m Farmer Mississippi
James R Cowen 25 m Stock Farmer Tennessee
Wm I Cowen 14 m Mississippi
Elizabeth A Cowen 12 f Texas
Emely J Cowen 10 f Texas
Amanda Robinson 2 f Texas."
William Porter Stockton
1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=55812991. "Father: Samuel Stockton, b. 1815, TN, d. 1867, TX
Mother: Sarah Jane Hickey, abt 1826, TN, d. abt 1870, TX
Wife: Emily Jane (Cowan) Stockton Estes, b. abt 1852, TX, d. 1893, CO
Brother Ike: #5574316
Siblings: 5 sisters, 4 brothers
Family is from the Davis Stockton line.
Port and Ike were described in publications as cousins of Thomas "Lee" Stockton (#25436140), son of William Hayden Stockton (#39995992)who build the Clifton House in Raton, Colfax, NM.
Census of 21 Nov 1850, Upshur, Upshur, Texas, Port was 4 months old. This makes Port the OLDER brother of Ike and born in 1850. That is if the census is correct. Some publication has his birth as Oct 1949? Described as about 140 pounds, 5" 8", light hair and complexion, sandy colored mustache.
Port Stockton & Emily Jane Cowan Children:
Sarah "Ellen" (Stockton) Johnson Sheeran. b. 1872, Missouri, d. 1953, CA
Mary Jane (Stockton) b. 1875, d. CA
Carrie "Essie May" (Stockton) Wilmont, b. 1879, d. 1940, CA. m. Acel Durias Wilmont, b. 1872, d. 1954.
4 Known Children:
Grace Maude (Wilmont) Johnson, b. 1900, d. 1980
George B Wilmont, 1902-1957
John Colbert "Jack" Wilmont, b. 1911, d. 1978
Port was a member of the Stockton-Eskridge Gang of Colorado and New Mexico. The leader was his brother Ike.
Port was shot and killed by Thomas "Tom" A Nance, 4 Jan 1881, on his front porch, Flora Vista, San Juan, NM. His wife Emily was shot in the arm, and remained a cripple. After Emily was shot she lived with Ike and her half-sister Amanda. Later Emily married Joel Woodson Estes, Jr., and had two more known children. Cleveland "Cleve" Estes, b. 1884, CO, last known res, Utah
James Estes, b. 1886, CO
More Info See Books By:
F. Stanley, THE PRIVATE WAR OF IKE STOCKTON
Robert K. DeArment, DEADLY DOZEN
J. S. Peters, KNIGHT ERRANT
Marilu Waybourn, CRIMES OF THE COUNTY NW NM 1876-1928
Jan Murphy, OUTLAW TALES of COLORADO
Seeking Corrections, photos, obits, etc
RE Port photo at right. The young man in front of Port looks like Bert Wilkinson #114675300
The other two men could be the Eskridge Brothers, Dyson and Harg/Harge and/or Dyson Eskridge and his friend Jim Garrett?
Seeking proof In some publications the photos of the Stockton Brothers have Port and other have Ike regarding the same photo. Seeking soild proof of who is who in photos." Image.
2Texas Marriages, 1837-1973, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V2MG-CJF. Image.
31850 U.S. Census, M432_916 pg 183B, 21 Nov 1850. "Samuel Stocton 36 M Farmer Tennessee
J. Stocton 23 F Tennessee
M.A. Stocton 6 F Mississippi
S M Stocton 4 F Mississippi
E.J. Stocton 3 F Mississippi
G.H. Stocton 2 M Mississippi
Wm Stocton 4/12 M Texas."
41860 U.S. Census, M653_1297 pg 128, 29 Jun 1860. "Jane Stockton 36 F Weaver Mississippi cannot read or write
Mary Stockton 16 F Serving Texas Attended school
Sarah Stockton 14 F Texas Attended school
Emily Stockton 13 F Texas Attended school
Porter Stockton 11 M Texas Attended school
Isaac Stockton 9 M Texas Attended school
Matisha Stockton 7 F Texas Attended school
Samuel Stockton 5 M Texas
Amanda Stockton 2 F Texas."
51880 U.S. Census, Roll 91 FHF 1254091 pg 572C, Jun 1880. "Stockton, William P WM 29 M Stock Grower Texas Mississippi Mississippi
--------, Emily J WF 29 Wife M House Keeper Texas Tennessee Tennessee
--------, Sarah E. WF 8 daughter Missouri Texas Texas
--------, Mary J WF 5 daughter Colorado Texas Texas
--------, Carrie WF 9/12 daughter New Mexico Texas Texas."
Emily Jane Cowan
1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=5574247. "Emily Jane (Cowan) Stockton Estes
Born: 1852, Texas
Died: 21 Apr 1893, Animas City, La Plata, Colorado
Father: William Thomas Cowan, 1812-1855
Mother: Sarah Sally R (Hickey) Cowan Robinson, b. 1816, TN, d. after Jun 1880 prob, Animas, La Plata, Colorado. Step-father: Isacc John Robinson
Mary "Polly" Cowen/Cowan, b. MS
John H Cowen/Cowan, b. MS
James R Cowen/Cowan, b. TN
William J Cowen/Cowan, b. MS
Elizabeth A Cowen/Cowan, b. TX
half-sister, Amanda Ellen Robinson, b. Beat 1, Erath, TX
Note: Cowan was found also spelled Cowen
Known children of Port Stockton and Emily Cowan:
Sarah Ellen (Stockton) Johnson, b. 1872, d. CA
Marion Mary Jane "Marie" (Stockton) Brooks, b. 1875, MO, d. CA
Carrie Essie May (Stockton), b. 1879, d. CA
According to information it is known that the family Cowan was from the Cleburne, Texas area.
Her daughter was Carrie "Essie May" Stockton
Info by Kimberley Page
Emily Jane Estes was the widow of William Porter "Port" Stockton who was killed by a posse outside his home in northern New Mexico. Emily Jane was injured in the shoot-out by wood splinters when her rifle stock was struck by a bullet. In 1882 (1881), Emily Jane married a man named Joel Estes and resided in Animas City. Joel was the son of the Joel Estes, Sr., who founded Estes Park. Emily Jane was a well respected resident of Animas City. She was the sister-in-law and first cousin of Isaac "Ike" Stockton who is buried in the cemetery. There is no headstone for Mrs. Estes, but there is an empty headstone base near Isaac Stockton that might be marking her grave.
Above written by Julie Pickett.
Researched and Stockton link made by Julie Pickett. Obit and photos by Julie Pickett.
Memorial originally created by the late, Henry R. Ninde
Emily Jane (Cowan) Stockton Estes was the wife and first cousin of William Porter "Port" Stockton. Port was shot and killed on his front porch in Flora Vista, 6 miles east of Farmington, San Juan County, New Mexico, Jan 1881. It has been said Port was cleaning his pipe and was unarmed when killed by Tom Nance. Emily came out of the cabin with a gun to give to Port, and was shot in the gun and was hit in the hand/arm. A grave site for Port has not been found and most likely he was buried in the location were he was killed in Flora Vista, San Juan County, NM.
Afer the death of Port, Emily married Joel Woodson Estes, Jr., and had one known son, Cleveland "Cleve" Estes, who may have died in Utah. He had a missing eye.
Port is the brother of Isaac Thomas "Ike" Stockton, who married the half-sister of Emily, Amanda "Ellen" Robinson (Same mother, different father). After the death of Ike, Ellen married her lawyer, Nathaniel Colbert Coldwell and moved to Fresno, CA, where Coldwell became a Judge. Their son, Colbert Coldwell became the founder of Coldwell Banker, which was later sold to Sears.
Port worked in Ike's saloon, in Lincoln Town, Lincoln, New Mexico. Ike was the owner of Ike's Saloon located in the right portion of the Jose Montano Store, now a historal musuem. During the 1878, Sheriff William Brady's killing by the Regulators, including Billy the Kid, Ike gave the dying deputy George Hindman a drink of water from his saloon. Hindman was shot a second time by the Regulators and fell dead. Soon, after 1878, the Stockton families moved north, where both brothers were killed 3 years later.
Emily's known children with Joel Estes:
Cleveland "Cleve" Estes, b. 8 Mar 1884, Animas, La Plata, CO. Cleve was living in Salt Lake City, Utah.
James Estes, b. CO, d. CO." Image.
2Texas Marriages, 1837-1973, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V2MG-CJF. Image.