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Terry Mason's Family History Site

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Selected Families and Individuals

Source Citations


Earl William Frogge

1Missouri, Barton County, Marriage Book T, p 417. Lamar. "Marriage License: Earl Frogge of Lamar in the county of Barton and state of Missouri who is under the age of twenty-one and Thelma Rose of Lamar in the county of Barton who is under the age of twentyl-one. W.H. Frogge father of Earl gives assent. C.E. Rose father of Thelma give assent. Witnessed 2nd of Nov 1929. CB Perry. Recorder.

Certificate: Minister of Lamar in said county on the 3rd day of November 1929 united in marriage... W.C. Haddock. Filed 7th day od Dec. 1929 CB Perry."

2Missouri, Barton County 1920 Federal Census, Film T625, 7 Jan 1920. "Lamar Twp, MO; SD 13, ED 28, Sht 3A, Dw 50, Fam 53, by Charles R. Redford."


Thelma Melissa Rose

1Missouri, Barton County 1920 Federal Census, Film T625, 7 Jan 1920. "Lamar Twp, MO; SD 13, ED 28, Sht 3A, Dw 50, Fam 53, by Charles R. Redford."

2Missouri, Barton County, Marriage Book T, p 417. Lamar. "Marriage License: Earl Frogge of Lamar in the county of Barton and state of Missouri who is under the age of twenty-one and Thelma Rose of Lamar in the county of Barton who is under the age of twentyl-one. W.H. Frogge father of Earl gives assent. C.E. Rose father of Thelma give assent. Witnessed 2nd of Nov 1929. CB Perry. Recorder.

Certificate: Minister of Lamar in said county on the 3rd day of November 1929 united in marriage... W.C. Haddock. Filed 7th day od Dec. 1929 CB Perry."


Earl Wayne Frogge

1U.S. Social Security Death Index. "Name: Earl W. Frogge
SSN: 498-48-3123  
Born: 14 Jan 1947
Died: 29 Jul 2003
State (Year) SSN issued: Missouri (1962)
Source Citation: Number: 498-48-3123;
Issue State: Missouri;
Issue Date: 1962."


Henry Wilbur Simons

1Missouri, Barton County, Marriage Book X, p 256, 4 Sep 1936. Lamar. "Marriage License: Wilbur Simons of Iantha in the county of Barton and state of Missouri who is over the age of 21 and June Rose of Liberal in the county of Barton who is under the age of 18. Nellie Rose, mother of June gives assent. Witness: CB Perry. Deputy. Lee VanPelt. Recorder.

Certificate: Minister Rev Ralph A. Fox did at Lamar in said county on 1st of Aug 1936 uinite in marriage the above. Filed on 4th of Sept 1936. Lee VanPelt Recorder."


John Burden

1Bob Baker Goff, Burden Family of White County,Tennessee and Their Bourden-Borden Ancestry, 1380-1980, pgs 18-19. "John Burden born about 1794; in White Co., Tn.  in 1811+. Probably went to Arkansas with father."


Mary Madison

11850 U.S. Census, M432_409 pg 3, 4 Sep 1850. "35 35
Mary Birdan 45 f N.C.
Madison Birdan 21 m Tenn
Nancy Birdan 17 f Mo
George W. Birdan 13 m Mo
Randolph Birdan 19 m Tenn."


William Burden Jr.

1Bob Baker Goff, Burden Family of White County,Tennessee and Their Bourden-Borden Ancestry, 1380-1980, pg 19. "William Burden Jr. born about 1795, in Tenn.; married and lived in White Co. on what was John Cunningham farm;  had no children; died about 1874; was a Methodist minister and performed many marriages in White Co. during his lifetime." NOTE: According to the above testimony William Jr. died in 1875. The testimony also is that William Burden Jr. died without heirs.

2Bob Baker Goff, Burden Family of White County,Tennessee and Their Bourden-Borden Ancestry, 1380-1980, pg 19. "William Burden Jr. born about 1795, in Tenn.; married and lived in White Co. on what was John Cunningham farm;  had no children; died about 1874; was a Methodist minister and performed many marriages in White Co. during his lifetime.

Affidavit of Hayes Arnold states "William Burden, Jr. died without heirs."."

3Clark, Fred Leroy, 1921-2001, Tennessee, The Fred Clark book of cemeteries of White County, The White County Genealogical-Historical Society (Sparta, Tennessee), FHL  976.866 V3. "Volume II, page 220:
Burden, Wm. 28 Jun 1794----14 Mar 1875
Buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Row 12.
Located behind the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church.
(35degrees 52.98' N, 85degrees 28.03' W)."

4War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815. "Soldier: William Burden
Widow: Sarah M
Marriage Date: 20 Oct 1816
Date Enlisted: 10 Dec 1812
Date Discharged: 20 Apr 1813
Military Service Location: Tennessee
Pension Number - #1: SO 18236
Pension Number - #2: SC 11433
Bounty Land Number - #1: 20664 80 50
Bounty Land Number - #2: 10892 80 55
Roll Number: 13
Archive Publication Number: M313." This document provides the marriage date between William Burden and Sarah M. Lane. Image.

5War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815. Image.

6War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815. "Soldier: William Burden
Widow: Sarah M
Marriage Date: 20 Oct 1816
Date Enlisted: 10 Dec 1812
Date Discharged: 20 Apr 1813
Military Service Location: Tennessee
Pension Number - #1: SO 18236
Pension Number - #2: SC 11433
Bounty Land Number - #1: 20664 80 50
Bounty Land Number - #2: 10892 80 55
Roll Number: 13
Archive Publication Number: M313." Image.

7War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815. Numbers S.C. 18236; S.C. 11433
Bounty Land: 20664 - 80 - 50; 10892 - 80 - 55
Service Pvt., Capt. George W. Gibb's Co., Tenn. Mil.
Enlisted 10 Dec 1812
Discharged 20 Apr 1813
Residence 1801, 1855 White Co., Tenn.
1871, Sparta, White Co., Tenn.

Maiden name of wife Sarah M. Lane
Marriage of Wife & Soldier 20 Oct 1816, White Co., Tenn. Image.

81830 U.S. Census, Roll 182 pg 21. "William Burden Junior 1 male 30-40, 1 female 30-40." Note brother Elijah on same page.

91840 U.S. Census, Roll 536 pg 7. "William Burden 2 males 10-15, 1 male 15-20, 1 male 40-50, 1 female 40-50."

101850 U.S. Census, M432_900 pg 12B. "William Burden 55 Farming North Carolina
Sarah M Burden 54 Virginia
Frank Parsons 18 M Tennessee." Next door to Charlotte & Henry Boyde. Charlotte is the widow of Esquire, brother of William.

111860 U.S. Census, M653_1279  pg 10, 8 Jun 1860. "William Burden 65 M Farmer Tennessee
Sarah M. Burden 65 F Virginia
Mary Scott 35 F Tennessee
Billmara Scott 8 F Tennessee."

121870 U.S. Census, M593_1570 pg 297, 18 Jun 1870. "Burden, William 75 M W Farmer Tenn
---------- , Sarah 75 F W Keeping house Virginia
Scott, Mary 45 F W housekeeper Tenn
-------- , Bill 16 M M house keeper Tenn
-------- , Hugh 9 M M Tenn
Layne, Shade 11 F W at home Tenn."


Sarah M. Lane

1Clark, Fred Leroy, 1921-2001, Tennessee, The Fred Clark book of cemeteries of White County, The White County Genealogical-Historical Society (Sparta, Tennessee), FHL  976.866 V3. "Volume II, page 220:
Burden, Sarah M. 23 Jan 1795----17 Dec 1873
Buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Row 12.
Located behind the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church.
(35degrees 52.98' N, 85degrees 28.03' W)."

2War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815. "Soldier: William Burden
Widow: Sarah M
Marriage Date: 20 Oct 1816
Date Enlisted: 10 Dec 1812
Date Discharged: 20 Apr 1813
Military Service Location: Tennessee
Pension Number - #1: SO 18236
Pension Number - #2: SC 11433
Bounty Land Number - #1: 20664 80 50
Bounty Land Number - #2: 10892 80 55
Roll Number: 13
Archive Publication Number: M313." This document provides the marriage date between William Burden and Sarah M. Lane. Image.

3War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815. Image.

4War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815. "Soldier: William Burden
Widow: Sarah M
Marriage Date: 20 Oct 1816
Date Enlisted: 10 Dec 1812
Date Discharged: 20 Apr 1813
Military Service Location: Tennessee
Pension Number - #1: SO 18236
Pension Number - #2: SC 11433
Bounty Land Number - #1: 20664 80 50
Bounty Land Number - #2: 10892 80 55
Roll Number: 13
Archive Publication Number: M313." Image.


Joseph Burden

1Bob Baker Goff, Burden Family of White County,Tennessee and Their Bourden-Borden Ancestry, 1380-1980, pg 19. "Joseph Burden born about 1797, in Tenn. married and lived in White Co. until 1840's."

2FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/6809375/joseph-burden. Image.


Elizabeth Griffith

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/6809371. Image.


Esquire Burden

1Bob Baker Goff, Burden Family of White County,Tennessee and Their Bourden-Borden Ancestry, 1380-1980, pg 20. "Esquire Burden son of William and Eleanor (Hudson) Burden, was born about 1799 in Tennessee. He married, about 1820, Charlotte Summett.  Their marriage is recorded in the Bible belonging to their daughter, Martha Ann (Burden) Smith.  Esquire Burden died in White County in the 1830's and Charlotte married (2nd), Dec 20, 1840, Henry Boyd.  Mrs. Art P. (Amelia Whitaker) Martin, 2121 Wolfe Lane, Fort Smith, Arkansas 72001, had the family bible."

2Bob Baker Goff, Burden Family of White County,Tennessee and Their Bourden-Borden Ancestry, 1380-1980, pg 21. "Two records of the children of Henry and Fannie Burden are available.  A Log Book, handwritten by William Short (son-in-law of Henry and Fanny Burden) in 1887, is in the possession of Ernest Short; and an affidavit taken October 28, 1901, in Dallas, Texas, from Squire Burden, son of Henry and Fannie (White) Burden, is available in the Dallas, Texas courts.  The affidavit was taken in connection with the Peck vs. Borden, Borden vs. Peck case regarding the settling of the estate of "Fairfax Ben" Borden, who died in 1743 in Frederick County, Virginia.  The affidavit reads as follows:

      The State of Texas
      County of Dallas

    Before me the undersigned authority this day personally appears Squire Borden and being by me duly sworn, upon his oath deposes and says, that Esquire Borden mentioned on page 25 of copy of Report of Com'r John M. Kinney Filed May 11, 1891 Commissioner office Staunton Virginia, in the case of Peck's Admr. vs Borden &c. and John Borden's Admr. vs. John Borden's Distriutees &c. was the Grand-father of Affiant.  That said Esquire Borden died intestate leaving the following issue - Martha Ann Borden who married Abna Smith.  David N. Borden who died without issue.  Henry Borden who died about 1868 near Sparta, Tenn. leaving issue as follows:
         John Borden who lives near Sparta, Tenn.
         George Borden "     "      "        "          "
         Squire Borden (the Affiant) Dallas, Texas.
         Martha Jane Borden who lives Sparta, Tenn.
         William Borden who lives Sparta Tenn.
         Sidney Borden   "        "   Sabatha, Texas

He farther says to the best of his knowledge his grand-father Esquire Bourden was the son of William Borden who was the son of Joseph Borden [this is incorrect, Joseph was his uncle, brother to John] the son of John Borden the son of "Fairfax Ben."
                                          Signed: Squire Borden
      Notary Public, N. G. Turney
      October 28, 1901."


Charlotte Summett

1Bob Baker Goff, Burden Family of White County,Tennessee and Their Bourden-Borden Ancestry, 1380-1980, pg 20. "Esquire Burden son of William and Eleanor (Hudson) Burden, was born about 1799 in Tennessee. He married, about 1820, Charlotte Summett.  Their marriage is recorded in the Bible belonging to their daughter, Martha Ann (Burden) Smith.  Esquire Burden died in White County in the 1830's and Charlotte married (2nd), Dec 20, 1840, Henry Boyd.  Mrs. Art P. (Amelia Whitaker) Martin, 2121 Wolfe Lane, Fort Smith, Arkansas 72001, had the family bible."

2Bob Baker Goff, Burden Family of White County,Tennessee and Their Bourden-Borden Ancestry, 1380-1980, pg 21. "Two records of the children of Henry and Fannie Burden are available.  A Log Book, handwritten by William Short (son-in-law of Henry and Fanny Burden) in 1887, is in the possession of Ernest Short; and an affidavit taken October 28, 1901, in Dallas, Texas, from Squire Burden, son of Henry and Fannie (White) Burden, is available in the Dallas, Texas courts.  The affidavit was taken in connection with the Peck vs. Borden, Borden vs. Peck case regarding the settling of the estate of "Fairfax Ben" Borden, who died in 1743 in Frederick County, Virginia.  The affidavit reads as follows:

      The State of Texas
      County of Dallas

    Before me the undersigned authority this day personally appears Squire Borden and being by me duly sworn, upon his oath deposes and says, that Esquire Borden mentioned on page 25 of copy of Report of Com'r John M. Kinney Filed May 11, 1891 Commissioner office Staunton Virginia, in the case of Peck's Admr. vs Borden &c. and John Borden's Admr. vs. John Borden's Distriutees &c. was the Grand-father of Affiant.  That said Esquire Borden died intestate leaving the following issue - Martha Ann Borden who married Abna Smith.  David N. Borden who died without issue.  Henry Borden who died about 1868 near Sparta, Tenn. leaving issue as follows:
         John Borden who lives near Sparta, Tenn.
         George Borden "     "      "        "          "
         Squire Borden (the Affiant) Dallas, Texas.
         Martha Jane Borden who lives Sparta, Tenn.
         William Borden who lives Sparta Tenn.
         Sidney Borden   "        "   Sabatha, Texas

He farther says to the best of his knowledge his grand-father Esquire Bourden was the son of William Borden who was the son of Joseph Borden [this is incorrect, Joseph was his uncle, brother to John] the son of John Borden the son of "Fairfax Ben."
                                          Signed: Squire Borden
      Notary Public, N. G. Turney
      October 28, 1901."

31840 U.S. Census, Roll 536 pg 7. "Charlotte Burdin 2 males 10-15, 1 male 15-20, 1 female under 5, 2 females 5-10, 1 female 30-40."


Mary Burden

1Bob Baker Goff, Burden Family of White County,Tennessee and Their Bourden-Borden Ancestry, 1380-1980, pg 20. "age 18 in 1850 census."


Polly Burden

1Bob Baker Goff, Burden Family of White County,Tennessee and Their Bourden-Borden Ancestry, 1380-1980, pg 20. "age 15 in 1850 census."


Louisa Burden

1Bob Baker Goff, Burden Family of White County,Tennessee and Their Bourden-Borden Ancestry, 1380-1980, pg 20. "age 13 in 1850 census."


Elijah Burden

1Bob Baker Goff, Burden Family of White County,Tennessee and Their Bourden-Borden Ancestry, 1380-1980, pg 19. "Elijah Burden born about 1802, in Tenn.; married and lived in White Co. until 1840's."

21830 U.S. Census, Roll 182 pg21. "Elijah Burden 1 male under 5, 1 male 20-30, 2 females under 5, 1 female 20-30."


Mrs. Borden

1Bob Baker Goff, Burden Family of White County,Tennessee and Their Bourden-Borden Ancestry, 1380-1980, pg 19. "Elijah Burden born about 1802, in Tenn.; married and lived in White Co. until 1840's."