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17901 WILSON WHITTINGTON, 27 Sep 1895, Jan 1979, LR 70586 (Ville Platte, Evangeline, LA, 434-28-2803, issued LA Whittington, Wilson W. (I5737)
 
17902 Wiltshire Parish Registers, Marriages vol. 6, p. 43
John CLOWDE & Joane FARMER
 
Family F18467
 
17903 Wiltshire Parish Registers, Marriages vol. 6, p. 43
Richard WYTHARS & Julian CLOWDE
 
Family F18515
 
17904 Wiltshire Parish Registers, Marriages vol. 6, p. 44
Thomas CLOWD & Joan LOW
 
Family F18517
 
17905 Wiltshire Parish Registers, Marriages vol. 6, p. 44
Thomas NETT & Margrett CLOWD
 
Family F69294
 
17906 Wiltshire Parish Registers, Marriages vol. 6, p. 45
Robert CLOWDE & Jone NORYS
 
Family F18466
 
17907 Wiltshire Parish Registers, Marriages vol. 6, p. 48
William RASHWOOD & Elizabeth CLOUDE

 
Family F69295
 
17908 Wiltshire Parish Registers, Marriages, vol. 6
John WYTHERS & Edith CLOWDE 
Family F18514
 
17909 Wiltshire Parish Registers, Marriages, vol. 6, p. 42
Anthonie POTTAR & Agnes CLOWD
 
Family F18512
 
17910 Wiltshire, England Marriages 1538-1837
British Isles Vital Record -- Susanna Cloud married LUCAS, John, Marriage Date: May 4, 1674 Recorded in: Rowde, Wiltshire, England. At the time of the marriage, her residence was Seend and his was North Bradley. Susanna's spouse was John Lucas, although her father's will spells her name as Susanna Lukens. She was still living in England in 1702.
 
Family F18492
 
17911 WINBURN WALLACE, 23 Nov 1908, Mar 1972, 466-01-2102, issued TX. Wallace, Winburn Croswaite (I31639)
 
17912 Winney Cravey never married.
 
Cravey, Winnyford Hines "Winney" (I7133)
 
17913 With Carter Sawyer Betty Lou had three children, Jimmy, Delma and Claude.  She ended her marriage to Carter by running off with the boarder, Paul Coleman.  She and Paul traveled extensively and once had an audience with the President of the Philippines.  She was known to the children as "Aunt Augie".  She used to talk to Hartley Weichert Jr. often about many things, including how the Bible predicted events. Hartley remembered how she showed him where the Jeep was predicted. She lived near a railroad track in Winona, Mississippi and, in her last years, she would wave at each train as it passed.  When she died, the railroad put up a monument where she had stood.
 
Hall, Betty Lou (I11719)
 
17914 with father in 1850 & 1860 Hancock Co TN censuses
 
Tucker, Henry (I120653)
 
17915 with father in 1850 Hancock Co TN census; not w/ father in 1860 census
 
Tucker, Nancy (I120652)
 
17916 with father in 1850 Hancock Co TN Census; not w/father in 1860 census
 
Tucker, Satira (I120651)
 
17917 with father in 1860 census; not w/ father in 1850 census, unless Josephine & Nancy are one and the same.
 
Tucker, Josephine (I120654)
 
17918 with father in 1860 Hancock Co TN census
 
Tucker, Sanford (I120655)
 
17919 with father in 1860 Hancock Co Tn census
 
Tucker, Mary (I120656)
 
17920 with father in 1860 Hancock Co TN census
 
Tucker, Charlotte (I120657)
 
17921 with father in 1860 Hancock Co TN census
 
Tucker, Pauline (I120658)
 
17922 with father in 1860 Hancock Co TN census
 
Tucker, Missouri (I120659)
 
17923 With father in 1860 Hancock Co TN census.
 
Cloud, John (I88866)
 
17924 With Henry BOYD and wife in 1830 Pike Co., AL (p. 31 along with
Richard and Samuel BOYD) are these children:
1  male  b. 1825-30  [could be Geo. Washington "Wash" Boyd ?]
1 female  b. 1825-30
1860 census of Coryell Co., TX,
Coryell Creek Beat
P.O. Leonville
p. 292, #407
Henry BOYD  59 NC  Minister Meth. Church
Elizabeth  57 GA
Eliza M.    16  AL
Louisa E. JEROE(?)  05 AL
With Henry and Elizabeth (REEVES) BOYD in 1860 Coryell Co. TX was Louisa E. JEROE(?), age 5, who could be a child of one of their older daughters, perhaps Martha J. (b. ca 1832).
In 1850 Montgomery (p. 185, #506), a JAYROE family is adjacent to that of Mrs. Sarah BOYD (widow of Richard):
James JAYROE  48 SC
Margaret      50 NC
John      28 NC
Samuel        19 FL
Robert        14 AL
Martha J.      11 AL
Josiah McGEE  26 unk.
 
Family F4871
 
17925 With little formal education he became a well known man in Civic, church,  railroad and Masonic activities. General Chairman of Brotherhood of Railroad Trai nmen of  G.M.&O., G.M.&N., and M.&B. Railroads. Served in every capacity of his church. Member of many Masonic bodies. His wife was named by Gov Paul Johnson, Sr. in 1942 as Outstanding Mother in  Mississippi. In May 1942 was chosen by the Secretary of the Navy to christen the first  destroyer built in the  South, DD 550, the USS Capps, Mobile, Alabama. At that time she had five sons serving as US Navy officers, all in WWII.
 
Stokes, Charles Gaines (I114018)
 
17926 With the death of Alfonso VI of Leon and Castile in 1109, the marriage of his two daughters to French nobles resulted in the establishment of the Burgundian dynasties in Leon, Castile, and Portugal. Leon & Castile, King Alfonso VI of El Bravo* (I19285)
 
17927 Witness for their wedding was P. Cloud.
Marriage performed by S. W. Gregory, MG 
Family F43692
 
17928 Witnessed by Louis J. Kreusel and Iris Choate, Arthur Pomeroy, Pastor Family F15243
 
17929 Witnesses at their marriage were: W.R. Holloway, J.R. Thomason, W.H. Owen, C. Ramsey, Josephine A. Feagin, Mattie Moore, Sallie Nix, and Fannie Culver.
 
Moore, Oliver J. (I32044)
 
17930 Witnesses to the will were Isaac Grubb and Lewis S. Talley (the preacher). Talley, Adam (I77805)
 
17931 Witnesses:  J.L. Jones & Clyde Manley. Married by J.W. French, Minister of the Gospel, Methodist
 
Family F41893
 
17932 Witnesses:  Lon Huddspeth & W. P. Archer; Married by J.W. French, Minister of the Gospel, Methodist
 
Family F41923
 
17933 Witnesses:  M.D. Long & J.J. Gifford. Married by J.W. French, Minister of the Gospel, Methodist Family F41910
 
17934 Witnesses:  T.M. McCall & W.L. French; Married by J.W. French, MOG, Methodist
 
Family F41921
 
17935 Wm. J. Cloud, 10-21-1874, 7-9-1933 buried next to Myrtle Cloud 2-10-1880, 8-16-1956 Cloud, William Jasper (I1204)
 
17936 Wm. M. Cloud, Laborer, P.O. 9/124A, Fresno, Dem., no wife listed. Cloud, William Minor (I153413)
 
17937 Wm. R. CLOUD, groom and Hettie SHANKLIN, bride, bith of Stilwell, Prairie county, Arkansas obtained a marriage license Mar. 25, 1878 in Prairie county and were married on Apr. 21, 1878 in Prairie county.
 
Family F68310
 
17938 Wm. W Oates was appointed Gdn. to Margaret E Stanley, orphan of James
Stanley, dec'd. Surety: R W Williams. Bond: $600. Oct 12, 1846. [pg 5]
Hopkins County Genealogical Society
PO Box 51
Madisonville, Ky 42431
Yesterday's Tuckaways
Volume 1, Issue 1,  3, 1969
    GUARDIAN BONDS - HOPKINS COUNTY 1846-1852
 
Stanley, Margaret Elizabeth (I102692)
 
17939 Worked at Epworth to support her family after she became widowed. Attended church in the New Milleray Abbey monastery parish, where she met her second husband.
 
Fitzgerald, Mary (I6239)
 
17940 Worked at Strauss Frank in Houston, TX as a file clerk for 8 yrs. Left there in 1969 and moved to Belton upon retirement.
Hobbies:  handwork, crocheting, quilting, sewing, gardening, & yard work.
Met her in Texas City on 4/18/96-a very spry and healthy 85!  She told me that she was named after her Aunt Maud and Uncle Arch- her name was Maud Mae and his name was Archie Franklin, therefore Frankie Mae.
 
Hooks, Frankie Mae (I31634)
 
17941 Worked for Ashland oil company.  Worked as a photographer and machinist and has numerous patents.  A great archer (per his nephew) and makes specialized arrows.
 
Harris, James Leslie "Les" (I2740)
 
17942 worked for Frisco railway, 33 years as an engineer
worked for Frisco railway, 33 years as an engineer
 
Marlin, Forest E. (I89859)
 
17943 Worked for several years as a clothing inspector for Sears in Dallas and then spent many years helping her husband run an insurance agency in Ballinger, TX.
 
Futch, Annie "Bea" (I22057)
 
17944 Worked for Southern Pacific in the freight sheds for 40 years. Cigar smoker.
 
Cox, Charles C. (I26569)
 
17945 Worked with silk and needle, upon an in what was named in olden times
a "sampler", done by Charity, the daughter of Thomas.

He was born on the farm ate of Penrose R. Talley, on the Foulk Road. 
Tally, Thomas Jr. (I144548)
 
17946 Worked with silk and needle, upon an in what was named in olden times
a "sampler", done by Charity, the daughter of Thomas. 
Talley, William (I144546)
 
17947 Worked with silk and needle, upon an in what was named in olden times
a "sampler", done by Charity, the daughter of Thomas. 
Talley, Richard (I144549)
 
17948 Worked with silk and needle, upon an in what was named in olden times
a "sampler", done by Charity, the daughter of Thomas. 
Talley, Charity (I144550)
 
17949 Working as a hired hand. Hopper, Edward (I162030)
 
17950 Works in Cotton Mill
1920 Census - Collins - Fulton - GA - age 6
1930 Census - Collins - Fulton - GA - age 16 - living with the Burns family. 
Ireland, Walter (I165039)
 

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