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1  ALLEN, Dottie Mae (I65)
 
2  HEGAR, Francis A (I431)
 
3  SALMON, William Nelson (I1981)
 
4  WARD, Lusha (I2248)
 
5  SAM, Geraldine (I3355)
 
6  UNKNOWN (I3364)
 
7  WEIR, William (I3370)
 
8  TOMAN, Josef (I3460)
 
9 "Saline parish is on the western boundary of the county. It is bordered by Clackmannanshire, Culross, Torryburn, Kinross-shire, Dunfermline and Carnock. It is about 5.5 miles from east to west, by about 5 miles north - south. The district is chiefly pastoral, although there are some marshy areas and some good arable areas. Coal, limestone and ironstone abound. The chief employments are connected with coal and ironstone mining, and agriculture. The only work of a manufacturing nature is a rather extensive agricultural implement manufactory conducted by Barrowman & Co. There is both a parish church and a Free church. " edited from Westwood's Directory for the counties of Fife & Kinross published 1862. HARDIE, Helen (I1084)
 
10 1. Lower Nephron Nephrosis, 2. Acute Pacreatitis, 3. Pneumonia WIGGINTON, Martin Joseph (I276)
 
11 1850 Census Macon, North Carolina
Nathan Thompson88Clergyman Met. 300 New Jersey
Nathan B53LabourerRutherford
Elizabeth Sherril64Lincolncan't read or write
Henry Rader14Burkeattends school

Elizabeth Thompson Sherrill died sometime after July 26, 1879, when she wrote a letter from Forneys Creek, Swain County, North Carolina, to the Commissioner of Pensions Claims, but before the enumeration of the 1880 census on June 30, 1880.

Groom: Ute Sherrell
Bride: Elizabeth Thompson
Bond_Date: 08 Jul 1831
Bond #: 000078053
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
ImageNum: 007950
County: Macon
Record #: 01 011
Bondsman: Andrew Welch
Witness: Wm. McConnell
Source Vendor: County Court Records - FHL # 0019268
Source: County Court Records at Franklin, NC & Family Hist

Family Data Collection - Individual Records
about Elizabeth Thompson
Name: Elizabeth Thompson
Parents: Nathan Thompson , Esther Black
Birth Place: Lincoln CO, NC
Birth Date: 23 Feb 1786
Death Place: Forney S Creek, Swain CO, NC
Death Date: 26 Jul 1879 
THOMPSON, Elizabeth (I4178)
 
12 1850 Census Macon, North Carolina
Nathan Thompson88Clergyman Met. 300 New Jersey
Nathan B53LabourerRutherford
Elizabeth Sherril64Lincolncan't read or write
Henry Rader14Burkeattends school

Nathan Beers Thompson died sometime after August 1, 1870, when he was enumerated in the census, and before January 9, 1875, when he is listed as deceased in a Swain County, North Carolina, deed (see Swain County, North Carolina. Deeds 1:223-24, FHL 0847716). 
THOMPSON, Nathan Byers (I4152)
 
13 1850 Census Rutland, LaSalle, IL
Lars Ingbertson 51 m farmer Norway 200
Martha Ingbertson 31 f Norway
Inger C. Ingbertson 3 f Norway
Ingaber Ingbertson 1 f Illinois
Maria Danielson 41 f Norway
Inges 33 f Norway
Daniel Ingbretson 25 m farmer Norway
Hannah Johnson 11 f Norway
http://digitalarkivet.uib.no/cgi-win/webcens.exe?slag=visbase&filnamn=US1850&gardpostnr=13375&merk=13375#ovre

1870 Census Dakota, Humboldt, Iowa
Tesner, Lars70mfarmer800 700 Norway
Martha50fNorway
Engbert18mIllinois
Lewis M.12mIllinois

1880 Census
Tysver, Lars80carbuncle? (illness)Norway
Martha66wifeNorway
Lewis22sonIllinois
Julia28dau-n-lawWisconsin
Martin3m febIowa 
TYSVER, Lars Ingebrigtsen (I1927)
 
14 1850 Dist 7 Itawamba MS
GannWilliam 61farmer1000TN?
Clarisa63GA
John S24AL
William22AL
Kaziah7 fAL 
GANN, William (I119)
 
15 1850 Dist 7 Itawamba MS Gann, Lemuel34farmer400TN? Elizabeth27TN William9AL James8AL Abner6MS Mary4MS John2MS
 
GANN, Lemuel Franks (I121)
 
16 1860 Census Saline, Sevier County, Arkansas
James 40 m South Carolina
Malinda 35 f South Carolina
Martha 15 f Alabama
Cinthia 13 f Alabama
Isah 11 m Alabama
Sarah M 9 f Alabama
William 6 m Alabama
Mary 3 f Alabama
? 1 m Alabama

1880 Census Mineral Springs twp., Howard County, Arkansas
William w m 26 Farm Labourer Alabama South Carolina South Carolina
Permelia w f 19 wife at home Arkansas Unknown unknown

1900 Census Franklin twp., Howard County, Arkansas
William head w m April 1854 46 w Alabama South Carolina South Carolina farmer
Rosy daughter w f Sept 1884 15 s Arkansas Alabama Arkansas
Archy P. son w m Sept 1886 13 s Arkansas Alabama Arkansas
David son w m June 1888 11 s Arkansas Alabama Arkansas
Henry H. son w m June 1892 7 s Arkansas Alabama Arkansas
Cornelia daughter w f Sept 1897 2 s Arkansas Alabama Arkansas
Chism Linny neice w f June 1886 4 s Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas

1910 Census Franklin twp., Howard County, Arkansas
William G. head m w 56 m 6 Alabama Alabama South Carolina English Farmer General Farmer
Aler wife f w 36 m 6 6 4 Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas English none
Harrison son m w 18 s Arkansas Alabama Arkansas English Farm Labourer Home Farm
Cameil daughter f w 15 s Arkansas Alabama Arkansas English none
Maud daughter f w 3 s Arkansas Alabama Arkansas
Duff son m w 1 3/12 s Arkansas Alabama Arkansas

Linny Chism is in the household of Isiah Young in 1910

1920 Census Franklin twp., Howard County, Arkansas
Bill head m w 65 m Alabama Alabama South Carolina Farmer
Aler wife f w 45 m Tennesee Tennesee Tennesee home
Dave son m w 30 s Arkansas Alabama Arkansas farm Labourer
Maudie daughter f w 14 s Arkansas Alabama Tennesee
Duffie son m w 12 s Arkansas Alabama Tennesee
Bobbie son m w 9 s Arkansas Alabama Tennesee
Kelsie son m w 6 s Arkansas Alabama Tennesee
Fred son m w 1/12 s Arkansas Alabama Tennesee
Lesk, Willie step daughter f w 18 s Arkansas Arkansas Tennesee 
YOUNG, William Augustus (I706)
 
17 1860 SHUE WILLIAM Guilford County NC 054 Greensboro Federal Population Schedule NC 1860 Federal Census Index NC445146804
1880 SHUE WILLIAM R. Henderson County TX 120 E. D. 31 Federal Population Schedule TX 1880 Federal Census Index TX31443057
Shue William T. A 3 Arkansas Cavalry. Private Private 000383 0003 00002685 
SHUE, William (I1324)
 
18 1870 Hopkins County, Tx Census p9 precinct #2 Family # 58 Spencer, William 44 M W Farmer 1200 665 Born Scotland Parthena 37 F W Keeping House Tennessee William 19 M W Alabama Joseph 18 M W Alabama Mary 14 F W Alabama Helen 12 F W Alabama Maggie 10 F W Alabama Robert 6 M W Alabama Jabz 4 M W Texas Annie 3 F W Texas Samuel 5 1/2 mo dec Texas 1850 Census SPENCE 392B-395B-438A Talladega, Alabama 1880 SPENCER WILLIAM P. Hopkins County TX 226 E. D. 62 Federal Population Schedule TX 1880 Federal Census Index TX31459014 1870 SPENCER WILLIAM Hopkins County TX 081 White Oak Prec. 2 Federal Population Schedule TX 1870 Federal Census Index TXf001001485880 1880 SPENCER WILLIAM Hopkins County TX 102 E. D. 55 Federal Population Schedule TX 1880 Federal Census Index TX31458998 Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or Other Info Record Type Database ID# 1880 SPENCE WILLIAM Hopkins County TX 140 E. D. 57 Federal Population Schedule TX 1880 Federal Census Index TX31458665 1880 SPENCE WILLIAM Hopkins County TX 140 E. D. 57 Federal Population Schedule TX 1880 Federal Census Index TX31458666 1860 SPENCE WILLIAM P. Robertson County TX 186 Owenvill P. O. Federal Population Schedule TX 1860 Federal Census Index TX39198558 1880 SPENCE WILLIAM J. Rusk County TX 030 E. D. 73 Federal Population Schedule TX 1880 Federal Census Index TX31458668 1880 SPENCE WILLIAM J. Travis County TX 038 E. D. 122 Federal Population Schedule TX 1880 Federal Census Index TX31458669 1870 SPENCE WILLIAM Travis County TX 286 Austin City Federal Population Schedule TX 1870 Federal Census Index TXf001001485506 1880 SPENCE WILLIAM Travis County TX 135 E. D. 126 Federal Population Schedule TX 1880 Federal Census Index TX31458667 1880 SPENCE WILLIAM Dallas County TX 202 E. D. 62 Federal Population Schedule TX 1880 Federal Census Index TX31458664 1880 SPENCE WILLIAM W. Ellis County TX 424 E. D. 47 Federal Population Schedule TX 1880 Federal Census Index TX31458670 1860 SPENCE WILLIAM M. Fannin County TX 240 Honey Grove P. O. Federal Population Schedule TX 1860 Federal Census Index TX39198557 1870 SPENCE WILLIAM Fannin County TX 287 Honey Grove 4 Prec Federal Population Schedule TX 1870 Federal Census Index TXf001001485500 1870 SPENCE WILLIAM Fannin County TX 287 Honey Grove 4 Prec Federal Population Schedule TX 1870 Federal Census Index TXf001001485501 1870 SPENCE WILLIAM Fannin County TX 287 Honey Grove 4 Prec Federal Population Schedule TX 1870 Federal Census Index TXf001001485502 1850 SPENCE WILLIAM Grimes County TX 384 No Township Listed Federal Population Schedule TX 1850 Federal Census Index TXS7a5063645 1870 SPENCE WILLIAM Harris County TX 517 Houston 1 W. Federal Population Schedule TX 1870 Federal Census Index TXf001001485503 1870 SPENCE WILLIAM Harris County TX 517 Houston 1 W. Federal Population Schedule TX 1870 Federal Census Index TXf001001485504 1870 SPENCE WILLIAM Harris County TX 517 Houston 1 W. Federal Population Schedule TX 1870 Federal Census Index TXf001001485505 Rains Co connects to Van Zandt Co which connects to Smith Co. Wills Point is the next little town a short distance from Point, Tx which is 5 miles down Hiway 47 from Emory, Tx. Lone Star Cemetery, Point, Rains County, Tx John M Spence 11 - 18 - 1875 9 - 15 - 1940 Emma Spence, wife of John M 11 - 9 - 1888 7 - 11 - 1951 Shooks Chapel Cemetery, Rains County, Tx Spence, John H 1897 - 1967 Maggie Hine Spence 1891 - 1966 Old Saltillo Cemetery, Rains County, Tx Spence Mary F wife of J C Spence b Dec 30, 1872 d Mar 30, 1893 Spence, infant dau of J H and Maud Spence b Feb 7, 1913 d Mar 4, 1913 Spence, Maud b Jly 11, 1891 d Mar 15, 1914 The Commanders: Brigadier General Adley Hogan Gladden was born in Fairfield District, SC, 28 October 1810. He became a cotton broker and then served in the Seminole War. He was rewarded with an appointment as postmaster of columbia, SC. He then participated in the Mexican War as a Major in the Palmetto Regiment of that state. In the assault against Churubusco, the regimental Col. and Lt. Col. were killed, and Gladden became Col. of the Regiment. Gladden himself was wounded at the Belen Gate in Mexico City. After the Mexican War, Gladden made his home in New Orleans. When the Civil War broke out, Gladden proceeded to Pensacola as Col. of the 1st Louisiana Regiment. He was promoted to Brig. Gen'l, 30 September 1861, and was assigned to command a brigade including his old 1st Louisiana. During the bombardment of the Confederate forts in Pensacola Harbor, Gen'l Braxton Bragg praised Gladden's defense and when he was assigned to command Confederate troops in Mississippi, Bragg created a brigade to serve as a model of discipline, under Gladden's command. The plan was not pursued, but in January 1862, Gladden transferred to Mobile and Corinth where he commanded a brigade composed of four Alabama regiments (21st, 22nd, 25th, and 26th), the 1st Louisiana, and Felix H. Robertson's Battery. At Shiloh, Gladden's brigade came under heavy fire and the commander was hit by a shell fragment, carried from the field, and died soon afterward, 12 April 1862. He is buried at Magnolia Cemetery, Mobile. Major General Franklin Gardner was a New Yorker, born 29 January 1823. His father was a career military officer and secured his son an appointment to West Point from Iowa in 1839. Gardner graduated in 1843 and was promoted to 2nd Lt. in the 7th Infantry. He then served at garrison duty in Pensacola Harbor, scouting on the frontier, in the occupation of Texas, and in the Mexican War where he won promotion to brevet 1st Lt. and then to brevet Capt. for gallant conduct. Afterwards, he was on frontier duty in Florida, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Utah. At the beginning of the Civil War, Gardner was at Ft. Bridger, Utah Territory, as a captain of the 10th Infantry. Since he was sympathetic to the southern cause, Gardner abandoned the service and joined the Confederate Army. He was appointed Lt. Col. of infantry on 16 March 1861, and at Shiloh was in command of a cavalry brigade which guarded the flanks of the army and saw no action. Still, he was promoted to Brig. Gen'l (11 April 1862) shortly after Gen'l Pierre G. T. Beauregard expressed his appreciation for Gen'l Gardner's help in reorganizing the army's cavalry. Gardner was given an infantry brigade in time for Gen'l Bragg's Kentucky campaign, and then on 13 December 1862, he received a commission as Major General. Gardner headquartered himself at Port Hudson and made a brilliant defense against superior numbers. Gardner surrendered after the fall of Vicksburg and after enduring the longest siege of any American military forces (49 days). He was exchanged, and he was then assigned to duty in Mississippi, at the last under the orders of Gen'l Richard Taylor. Following the war, Gardner lived in Vermilionville, (now Lafayette) Louisiana, as a planter. He died, 29 April 1873, and is buried in Lafayette. Brigadier General Zachariah Cantey Deas was born in Camden, SC, on 25 October 1819. He was well educated, both in South Carolina and in France. The family moved to Mobile in 1835 where Deas engaged in mercantile pursuits. He served in the Mexican War, and amassed a considerable fortune in Mobile's prosperous atmosphere. When the Civil War began, Deas offered his services to the Confederacy and was assigned to the staff of Gen'l Joseph E. Johnston at 1st Manassas. That fall, he and Major Robert B. Armistead raised their own regiment, the 22nd Alabama. Deas was elected Col. and commissioned, 25 October 1861. Deas put up $28,000 in gold for 800 Enfield rifles, equipping his own men (he was reimbursed in Confederate bonds the following year). At Shiloh on the first day, Deas led his regiment until the brigade commander, Gen'l Gladden, and its senior Col., Daniel Adams were wounded, and Deas then assumed brigade command. On the second day, 7 April 1862, Deas himself was badly wounded. Deas recovered in time to join the Kentucky Campaign and fight at Munfordville and Salt River. After Murfreesboro, Deas received his Brig. Gen'l commission, 13 December 1862, and he took command of Franklin Gardner's brigade (19th, 22nd, 25th, 39th, and 26th-50th AL Regiments). The brigade fought at Chickamauga and routed Sheridan's Division, killing Brig. Gen'l W. H. Lytle and capturing 17 cannon. Deas lost 40% of his own command but also led the brigade at Chattanooga and Missionary Ridge. By January 1864, Deas was in command of the division, although a promotion to Major General did not materialize. Deas led his brigade at Atlanta and Jonesboro. He went with Gen'l John Bell Hood through Alabama into Tennessee, with the division now under Major Gen'l Edward Johnson. This command participated in the Battle of Franklin, where Deas was slightly wounded. At Nashville when Gen'l Johnston was captured, Deas again led the division on the retreat through Alabama. He was ordered to take his brigade against Gen'l William T. Sherman and was active in the Carolinas until taken ill at Raleigh. At war's end, Deas made his home in New York City and engaged in the cotton trade. He died in the city, 6 March 1882, and is buried at Woodlawn Cemetery. The Regiments: Gardner's (Deas') Brigade consisted of the 17th Sharpshooter Battalion, plus the 19th, 22nd, 25th, 39th, and 50th Alabama Infantry Regiments. 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment The 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment was organized at Mobile in December 1861 by the consolidation of McClellan's 1st and 6th Alabama Infantry Battalions [smaller than the normal regiment's 1,000 men]. The men were from the counties of Calhoun, Coffee, Pickens, Pike, Randolph, Saint Clair, Shelby, and Talladega. It remained in that vicinity 2-3 months, then went to TN. Brigaded under Gen'l Adley Gladden, the regiment (numbering 305 effectives, because of illness) fought at Shiloh (casualties: 15 k, 75w). Placed under Gen'l Gardner, with the 19th, 22nd, 39th, and 26-50th, the 25th Regiment met with trifling loss at Framington. It moved into KY with Gen'l Braxton Bragg's Army of the Tennessee from the Chattanooga base, but was not engaged in any action. It came back, and participated at Murfreesboro -- Col. Loomis commanding the brigade (casualties: 13k, 88w, 16m, out of about 250 present for duty. The regiment -- Gen'l Zachariah Deas in command of the brigade -- fell back with the army and was in the forward movement at Chickamauga (casualties: 33% of 330 engaged). Total strength, December 1863: 304 men and 174 arms. It again suffered severely at Missionary Ridge, but wintered and recruited at Dalton, GA. All along the bloody track of the hostile armies through north GA, the 25th left a record, especially at New Hope. At Atlanta, 22 July, the regiment lost 49% of its force but captured two stands of colors, and more prisoners than it numbered. Six days later, near the same spot, the 25th again lost very heavily. It was engaged at Jonesboro without severe loss, but suffered considerably at Columbia, on Hood's arrival in middle Tennessee. At Franklin, the regiment again lost largely, and at Nashville, its loss was not light, but it preserved its organization on the retreat. Proceeding to the Carolinas, the 25th was in Sherman's front, with some casualties at Columbia and Kinston, and with large loss at Bentonville. Consolidated with the 19th, 22nd, 39th, and 26-50th, the regiment was shortly after surrendered at Goldsboro, having about 75 men of the old 25th present for duty. Field and Staff Officers: Cols. John Q. Loomis (Coosa; wounded, Shiloh, Murfreesboro; resigned, 12 Sept 62); George Doherty Johnston (promoted) ; Lt. Cols. William B. McClellan (Talladega; resigned, 12 April 62); George Doherty Johnston (promoted); Majors Daniel Elliott Huger (temporary); George Doherty Johnston (Perry; promoted); and Adjutants Napoleon B. Mardis (resigned, 9 June 63); Jonathan Stout (Coosa; wounded, Murfreesboro, Atlanta, Franklin); and Robert B. Baker (acting, temporary) Captains, and counties from which the companies came: Co. "A", formerly Co. "A", 1st Bn., Andalusia Beauregards (Covington): Micajah Harper (KIA, Shiloh); Charles Corige (resigned, 22 July 63); Bushrod W. Bell Co. "B", formerly Co. "B", 1st Bn. (Pike): John B. Curtis (resigned, 15 Jan 62); Napoleon B. Rouse; D. N. Moxley Co. "C", formerly Co. "C", 1st Bn. (Shelby): Wiley H. Pope (resigned, 3 Dec 63); William H. Gardner; S. N. McGraw Co. "D", formerly Co. "D", 1st Bn. (St. Clair): Allen W. Nickson (resigned, 3 Sept 64); H. Lewis Morris (wounded, Murfreesboro, New Hope, Franklin; captured, Murfreesboro); Thomas Mangham (dismissed, 27 Aug 62) Co. "E", formerly Co. "E", 1st Bn. (Pickens): Daniel M. Richards (wounded, Missionary Ridge, and captured) Co. "F", formerly Co. "A", McClellan's 6th Bn. (Randolph): William A. Handley (wounded, Murfreesboro; resigned, 12 June 63); Francis Marion Handley (wounded, Franklin) Co. "G", formerly Co. "B", McClellan's 6th Bn. (Talladega): Joseph D. McCann (resigned, 14 April 62); Archibald A. Patterson (KIA, Murfreesboro); Silas P. Bradford Co. "H", formerly Co. "D", McClellan's 6th Bn. (Talladega and St. Clair): Edwin C. Turner (resigned, 22 Aug 62); Robert B. Baker (resigned, 1862); William Spence, jr. (wounded, Chickamauga) Co. "I", formerly Co. "C", McClellan's 6th Bn., Mountain Guards (Calhoun): Mathew Alexander (resigned, 1 July 62); Wilson B. Howell (wounded, Atlanta, Bentonville) Co. "K", Rabby's Independent Co. (Coffee and Pike): D. Pierre Costello (wounded, Shiloh; KIA, Murfreesboro); Daniel C. Monroe (wounded, Chickamauga) 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment Harvey Hobbs Henderson. Wilie Hill Pope (1816-1874) Columbiana, Shelby County, Alabama, captain, Confederate States Army commanding Company "C", the "Shelby Confederates", 25th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Sep 1, 1861 to Jan 1, 1863, Company "B", 3rd Alabama Regiment--Confederate Reserves Apr 15, 1864 to Jun 6, 1865. El Cajon, CA : H. H. Henderson, 1995. Wilson P. Howell. History of the 25th Alabama Infantry Regiment, 1861-1865 : a narrative. Comp. and ed. by Steven L. Driskell, 1997 [from a manuscript in the GA Dept of Archives and History] William H. Moore, "Writing home to Talladega : a young lieutenant's letters to a girl in Alabama ...", in Civil War Times Illustrated, vol. 28 (Nov.-Dec., 1990), pp. 56, 71-74, 76-78 Talladega Infantry: 1; 5; 10; 14; 18; 24; 25; 29; 30; 31; 42; 51; 5 Spence Cemetery, Weaver, Hopkins County Texas ************************************************************************ USGENWEB NOTICE: In keeping with our policy of providing free information on the Internet, material may be freely used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains on all copied material, AND permission is obtained from the contributor of the file. These electronic pages may NOT be reproduced in any format for profit or presentation by other organizations. Persons or organizations desiring to use this material for non-commercial purposes, MUST obtain the written consent of the contributor, OR the legal representative of the submitter, and contact the listed USGenWeb archivist with proof of this consent. Gloria B. Mayfield, LadyTexian@tcainternet.com TX Tombstone Project Manager Submitted by Eunice Mitchell elmit@neto.com ************************************************************************ Spence Cemetery, Weaver, Hopkins County Texas This tiny cemetery is called "Spence Cemetery" by local people though there is no sign at the cemetery. It is unusual in that it lays between I 30 and the north service road about 1 mile west of Weaver in Hopkins County, Texas or from Sulphur Springs, Texas, drive east on I 30 for 7 miles, TX take exit 131 (Farm road 69), cross over to the north service road, turn east and go 2.4 miles to the cemetery. West Row - numbering from south. 1. Eliza F. White wife of M. J. White born Oct 15, 1851 died Aug. 29, 1883 2. Dora Dau. of M. J. and E. F. White born Feb. 15, 1880 died Aug. 10, 1880 3. Infant Son of M. J. and E. F. White born and died Aug. 1882 4. William Spence born Scotland Mar. 17, 1830 died Feb 5, 1881 5. Partheny wife of William M. Spence born Dec. 17, 1832 died Jan. 15, 1902 East Row 1. Issac Whitworth born Oct. 6,1800 died Dec. 12, 1876 2. Sarah Whitworth born Apr. 11 1816 died Feb. 12, 1874 3. Allie wife of W. P. Spence born Mar 18, 1857 died Dec. 26,1881 4. W. P. Spence born Jul. 24, 1851 died Nov. 15, 1898 5. Addie L. Dau. W. P. & S. A. Spence born Apr. 8, 1888 dies Apr. 9, 1888 6. Son of W. P. and S A. Spence born and died Oct.26, 1890 7. Spence Infant
 
SPENCE, William (I487)
 
19 1880 William was in his parents household as well as his sisters. REAM, William (I2445)
 
20 1891 listed on death cert and 1893 listed on draft card BUNGARD, Floyd Elmer (I1612)
 
21 1900 Arkansas Census JASPER S CALLAWAY FRANKLIN HOWARD AR 50 M W HEA W AR GA IR 18500301 LUTHER M CALLAWAY FRANKLIN HOWARD AR 12 M W SON S TX AR GA 18880501 HENRY D CALLAWAY FRANKLIN HOWARD AR 10 M W SON S TX AR GA 18891001 CLAUDY C CALLAWAY FRANKLIN HOWARD AR 6 F W DAU S AR AR GA 18930801 TRAVIS R CALLAWAY FRANKLIN HOWARD AR 5 M W SON S AR AR GA 18950301 ANNA B BIGGS FRANKLIN HOWARD AR 16 F W SDA S AR AR GA 18840401 CYNTHA J BROWN FRANKLIN HOWARD AR 22 F W DAU W LA AR MS 18780401 MALISSY G BROWN FRANKLIN HOWARD AR 8 F W GDA S AR LA LA 18911001 LOUISIANA CENSUS YEAR 1880 JASPER S CALLAWAY WARD #0001 CADO LA 30 M W HEA M AR GA GA DELFING CALLAWAY WARD #0001 CADO LA 28 F W WIF M MS AL MS JOHN CALLAWAY WARD #0001 CADO LA 6 M W SON S TX LAURA CALLAWAY WARD #0001 CADO LA 4 F W DAU S LA IDA C CALLAWAY WARD #0001 CADO LA 2 F W DAU S LA JOE H CALLAWAY WARD #0001 CADO LA 45 M W HEA M GA CINTHIA CALLAWAY WARD #0001 CADO LA 42 F W WIF M TN FRANKLIN CALLAWAY WARD #0001 CADO LA 20 M W SON S AR ELIZABETH CALLAWAY WARD #0001 CADO LA 15 F W DAU S AR JULIAN J P CALLAWAY WARD #0001 CADO LA 13 M W SON S AR EZEKIEL CALLAWAY WARD #0001 CADO LA 8 M W SON S AR CINTHIA C CALLAWAY WARD #0001 CADO LA 6 F W DAU S AR V R CALLAWAY DISTRICT #0012 CADO LA 39 M W HEA M AL GA AL SARAH A CALLAWAY DISTRICT #0012 CADO LA 31 F W WIF M TX TN TN VIOLA CALLAWAY DISTRICT #0012 CADO LA 12 F W DAU S TX AL TX OWEN CALLAWAY DISTRICT #0012 CADO LA 9 M W SON S TX AL TX RICE CALLAWAY DISTRICT #0012 CADO LA 6 M W SON S TX AL TX MEDORA CALLAWAY DISTRICT #0012 CADO LA 4 F W DAU S TX AL TX BEN CALLAWAY DISTRICT #0012 CADO LA 1 M W SON S TX AL TX Louisiana CENSUS YEAR 1870 JASPER CALLAWAY SHREVEPORT LACADDO LA 20 M W AR DELPHINE CALLAWAY SHREVEPORT LACADDO LA 17 F W MS MINERVA CALLAWAY SHREVEPORT LACADDO LA 1 F W LA MARY MAYHEW SHREVEPORT LACADDO LA 32 F W AL
 
CALLAWAY, Jasper S (I738)
 
22 1900 Census Lott, Falls Co, Texas
Shue, John W May 184258 27ALALAL
MaryJune 18504927 10 8ARTNUNK
Thomas F Feb 1878TXALAR
Mary EJune 188514TXALAR
SarahSept 188712TXALAR
Eugene H March 189010TXALAR
John J Aug 18918TXALAR
James ADec 1847 52ARALAL Brother

1920 Census Navarro County, Tx
Shue, Thomas48USUSUS
Sedera42USUSUS
John19TXUSUS
Thomas16TXUSUS
Egbert14TXUSUS
Doris10TXUSUS
Dorcus8TXUSUS
EddieMae 6TXUSUS

1930 Census Ellis Co, Tx
Shue, Thomas F5223TXALAR
Sedera M 4516ALALAL
Odie F21TXTX AL
Virgil18TXTX AL
Lula M16TXTX AL
Charlie14TXTX AL
Ernest12TXTX AL
Lillie M9TXTX AL
Rosie L7TXTX AL 
SHUE, Thomas Franklin (I2826)
 
23 1900 Census Marlin, Falls, Texas
Headspeth, W A March 1870256TXMSTX
Martha JJuly 188218622TXALAR
Mrytle MAug 18954TXTXTX 
HEADSPETH, William Andrew (I1420)
 
24 1900 census Round Lake, Jackson County, Minnesota list birth as July 1898 TYSVER, David William (I1165)
 
25 1900 census Round Lake, Jackson County, Minnesota list birth as Nov 1882
1910 Census Oliver, ND
Tysver, D Morgan25M10IAILNorfarmer
M. Gina19M10MNNorNor

Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002 Record
Name: Morgan Tysver
Birth Date: 13 Nov 1881
Death Date: 1 May 1977
Death County: Otter Tail
Mother's Maiden Name: Sondenaa
State File Number: 011676
Certificate Number: 011676
Certificate Year: 1977
Record Number: 2675094

MORGAN TYSVER
SSN 501-38-3955 Residence: 56579 Rothsay, Wilkin, MN
Born 13 Nov 1881 Last Benefit: 56537 Fergus Falls, Otter Tail, MN
Died May 1977 Issued: ND (1955) 
TYSVER, Morgan Daniel (I1184)
 
26 1900 census Round Lake, Jackson County, Minnesota list birth as Nov 1894

Database: WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
Combined Matches: 2
Name Birth Date Ethnicity Birth Place City/County State
Oliver Ingwall Tysver 18 Nov 1874 W Round Lake MN Ziebach SD
Lou Martin Tysver 28 Jun 1877 W Ziebach SD

Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002 Record
Name: Oliver Ingvald Tysver
Birth Date: 16 Nov 1893
Death Date: 13 Oct 1984
Death County: Otter Tail
Mother's Maiden Name: Johnson
State File Number: 026552
Certificate Number: 026552
Certificate Year: 1984
Record Number: 2159734

OLIVER TYSVER
SSN 721-10-0033 Residence: 56537 Fergus Falls, Otter Tail, MN
Born 16 Nov 1893 Last Benefit:
Died Oct 1984 Issued: RR (Before 1951) 
TYSVER, Oliver Ingvald (I1185)
 
27 1900 census Round Lake, Jackson County, Minnesota list birth as Oct 1879

1920 Census Dist. 171, Spring Vale, Oliver, North Dakota pg 8a
Tysver, John42 IAILNorway
Maggie M35IAPANY
Ole A15MNIAIA
Hans G13NDIAIA
Cecil I11NDIAIA
Glen E9NDIAIA
Clifford A7NDIAIA
Gladys E5NDIAIA
Lynn L2.11NDIAIA 
TYSVER, John (I1162)
 
28 1900 Census Round Lake, MN
Tysver, L M boarderJune 187722 IANorNorButtermaker
in home of Ole and Betsy Ausham

1930 Census Liberty Twp, Ziebeck, SD
Tysver, Lars M5225IAILNORGrain & Stock
Clara S5124IANORNOR
Elmer H21IAIAIA
Myrtle H I19IAIAIA
Marietta H 17IAIAIA
Glenn (nephew) 19SDIAIA

Database: WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
Combined Matches: 2
Name Birth Date Ethnicity Birth Place City/County State
Oliver Ingwall Tysver 18 Nov 1874 W Round Lake MN Ziebach SD
Lou Martin Tysver 28 Jun 1877 W Ziebach SD 
TYSVER, Lars Martin (I1161)
 
29 1900 Census Round Lake, MN
Tysver, OscarServantApr 188020IAILNorfarmer

1920 Census Dist. 171, Spring Vale, Oliver, North Dakota pg 8a
Tysver, Oscar I39IAILNorwayFarmer
Nettie M28IAILIA
Irene E8NDIAIA
Iva E6NDIAIA
Ira F 3.10NDIAIA
Ionna M1.2NDIAIA 
TYSVER, Irie Oscar (I1156)
 
30 1900 Round Lake MN
Tysver, EngbritMar 1852 46?24ILNorNor
ElizabethAug 1859 40241413NorNorNor
JohnOct 1879 20IAILNor
MorganNov 1882 18IAILNor
LeonardMay 1885 15MNILNor
FrankMar 1883 13MNILNor
LillieMay 1889 11MNIL Nor
IdaApr 1891 9MNIL Nor
OliverNov 1894 6MNILNor
MabelMar 1896 4MNILNor
DavieJuly 1898 2MNILNor
Klifford Nathan Nov 1899 ?MNILNor

Database: WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
Combined Matches: 2
Name Birth Date Ethnicity Birth Place City/County State
Oliver Ingwall Tysver 18 Nov 1874 W Round Lake MN Ziebach SD
Lou Martin Tysver 28 Jun 1877 W Ziebach SD

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ANGIE TYSVER
SSN 399-20-4608 Residence: 56009 Alden, Freeborn, MN
Born 14 Jun 1914 Last Benefit: 56009 Alden, Freeborn, MN
Died Apr 1977 Issued: WI (Before 1951)

JAKOBINE TYSVER
SSN 468-76-6433 Residence: 55407 Minneapolis, Hennepin, MN
Born 31 Jul 1882 Last Benefit:
Died Feb 1973 Issued: MN (1973)

MARIAN TYSVER
SSN 474-40-4374 Residence: 56013 Blue Earth, Faribault, MN
Born 5 Aug 1890 Last Benefit:
Died Feb 1983 Issued: MN (1955)

MILFORD TYSVER
SSN 477-26-9928 Residence: 56007 Albert Lea, Freeborn, MN
Born 6 Feb 1916 Last Benefit: 56007 Albert Lea, Freeborn, MN
Died Mar 1980 Issued: MN (Before 1951)

STEPHEN TYSVER
SSN 472-60-4092 Residence:
Born 3 Oct 1949 Last Benefit: 56537 Fergus Falls, Otter Tai
Died Aug 1979 Issued: MN (1966)
 
TYSVER, Engebrit Larson (I1168)
 
31 1906 moved from Missouri to Dakota
Dec 1917 Dow passed away 
THOMPSON, Loranzo Dow JR (I1817)
 
32 1910 Census Howard Co Ar Mineral Springs Twp
Young, Archie P Head 24 AR Unk Unk
Nara M Wife 22 AR MS MS
William E Son 2 TX AR AR
Eddie M Dau 6/12 TX AR AR

1920 Census Hempstead Co Ar Saline Twp ED 106 pg 1a
Young, Archie P Head 35 Ar AL LA
Ada M Wife 33 TX TN AR
William E Son 11 TX AR AR
Effie O Dau 9 TX AR AR
Louis E Son 2 9/12 AR AR TX
Archie C Son 7/12 AR AR TX 
YOUNG, Archie Putman (I1776)
 
33 1910 Census Mercer, ND
Tysver, Albert263MNILNorfarmer
Hanna21322IANorNor
Alice2NDMNIA
Vern1NDMNIA

1930 Census Twp 144 R 86, Mercer, North Dakota ED 29-17 pg 2a
Tysver, Albert F4623MNILNorwayFarmer
Hannah4117IANorwayNorway
Vern R20NDMNIA
Donald15NDMNIA
Esther13NDMNIA
Albert Harold 11NDMNIA
Lee6NDMNIA
Leonard2 1/2NDMNIA 
TYSVER, Albert Francis (I1163)
 
34 1910 Hopkins Co Texas Census ED 54 pg 13 a NABORS, James Calvin (I454)
 
35 1920 Census
Jackson Twp., Little River Co., Arkansas
ED 36 pg. 16a
family # 309 his father is # 310
Spence, Joe H.30mTXTXTXFarmer
Ora28fTXKYTX
Frankie 8mARTXTX
Howard1y2mmARTXTX
Wert9mTXTXTX
Fay8fTXTXTX 
SPENCE, Joel Howard (I459)
 
36 1920 Census Corsicana, Navarro, Tx
Hedgpath, William A47txtxtx
Martha37txarar
Jessie21txtxtx
Stonie15txtxtx
Leon13txtxtx 
SHUE, Martha Jane (I641)
 
37 1920 Census Navarro County, Texas his birth year was 1880.

1920 Census Navarro County, Tx
Reese, Ben40NCNCNC
Mattie32TXNCTX
Jessie14TXNCTX
Delia12TXNCTX
Cora10TXNCTX
Lyda8TXNCTX
Whitson6TXNCTX
Willard4.6TXNCTX
Abner4 mthsTXNCTX

1930 Census Hill County, TX
Reese, Ben48NCNCNC
Mallie43TXARAR
Cora B20TXNCTX
Whity14TXNCTX
Williard F 12TXNCTX
Abner W10TXNCTX
Jane F8TXNCTX
Floyd H6TXNCTX
Mary J3TXNCTX
Patsy R1mthTXNCTX 
REESE, Benjamin Franklin (I1572)
 
38 1920 Census Spokane, Spokane, Washington (Dover? Precinct) ED 235 pg 8b
Tysver, Paul S37IAILILCar RepairerRailway
Selma E33NDNorwayNorwayClerkgrocery
Myrtle P13NDIAND
Leonard M 12NDIAND
Louis P10 WAIAND
West Cheban? Ave

Washington Death Index, 1940-1996 Record
Name: Paul S Tysver
Place of Death: Spokane City
Date of Death: 25 May 1941
Age: 59
Gender: M 
TYSVER, Paul Severin (I1972)
 
39 1920 Texas Census Page W243, Vol. 61, Ed156, Sheet 2 Line 51.

Martin Wiggleton, White, Age 48, Birthplace Alabama, Now live Falls County, Lott Road

Mattie Wiggleton, Wife, Age 31, Birthplace Texas

Tennie, daughter, Age 12, Birthplace Texas

Georgia, Daughter, Age 10, Birthplace Texas

Wilmer, Son, Age 7, Birthplace Texas

Alice Lorene, Daughter, Age 4 & 5/12, Birthplace Texas

William, Son, Age 1 & 1/12, Birthplace Texas

According to Tennie, Martin's mother was an Indian and his parents were from Arkansas, Tennie did not know their names. Submitted by Beverly Batey 
WIGGINTON, Martin Joseph (I276)
 
40 1930 Austin, Travis County, Texas Census ED 18 pg 10b
Tydlaska, Joseph T 51 TX Czech Czech Architech
Wilhemina 45 Germany Germany Germany
Theodore 20 TX TX TX
Joseph T Jr 15 TX TX TX
Wilhemina 10 TX TX TX
LeRoy 6 TX TX TX 
TYDLASKA, Joseph T. (I862)
 
41 1930 Beulah, Mercer, North Dakota Ed 29-1 pg 4a
Shattuck, Frank6827ILNYPA
Ida6219IANYNY
Tysver, Iva15NDMNIA 
SHATTUCK, Frank J (I2041)
 
42 1930 Beulah, Mercer, North Dakota Ed 29-1 pg 4a Shattuck, Frank 68 27 IL NY PA Ida 62 19 IA NY NY Tysver, Iva 15 ND MN IA SHATTUCK, Frank (I3346)
 
43 1930 Census
Penelope, Hill County, Texas
District 40; Justice Precinct No 5; ED 109-40; sheet 2 b or 11 b
242 Hegar, Frank6023CZCZCZMoraviaCarpenter
Anna5821CZCZCZMoravia

1920 Census
Precinct 5; ED 51; Hill County, Texas
pg 2a
34 Hegar, Frank50 1903MoraviaMoraviaMoravia
Annie481903MoraviaMoraviaMoravia
Joseph171903MoraviaMoraviaMoravia
Edward10TXMoraviaMoravia

1910 Census
Penelope, Hill County, Texas
Precinct 5; ED 166
pg 18b
333Hegar, Frank4017AustBohemiaAustBohemiaAustBohemia1903Bohemian farmer
Annie3817AustBohemiaAustBohemiaAustBohemiaBohemian
Frank Jr16AustBohemiaAustBohemiaAustBohemiaEnglish
Jaroslav13AustBohemiaAustBohemiaAustBohemiaEnglish
Miroslav10AustBohemiaAustBohemiaAustBohemiaEnglish
Joe7AustBohemiaAustBohemiaAustBohemia
Edward1 ?/12TexasAustBohemiaAustBohemia

West Brethren Church

Marker Location: West, 901 N. Marable

Marker Text: Czech immigrants began settling in this area of McLennan County about 1875. Early families included those of Josef Masek and John Foit. They attended St. Peter's Evangelical Church, founded and attended by German settlers, until the Rev. Henry Juren began conducting services in the Czech Moravian Brethren tradition. At his first service in 1888, the Rev. Mr. Juren baptized infant H. E. Beseda, who later became a minister himself. The Rev. Adolph Chlumsky formally organized the West Brethren Church in June 1892. He traveled from his farm in Brenham by railroad about six times a year to conduct services. A choir was active from the congregation's early days, as were the youth of the church. The Krestanske Sestry (Christian Sisters) was organized in 1893 with 26 members. In 1894, church trustees bought three acres east of town and built a church for one thousand dollars and donated labor. The building was dedicated in 1896. There were about fifty communicants by the turn of the 20th century. Among them were families named Adam, Barton, Beseda, Foit, Hegar, Janek, Kudelka and Svacek. The Mutual Aid Society of the Brethren Church organized in 1905. Mrs. Anna Urbanovsky donated a tract of land for a cemetery in 1908. The church building was severely damaged in a 1919 windstorm. It was replaced in 1920 and served until July 1956, when it was replaced by a modern brick facility with a sanctuary seating 220, a large fellowship hall and ten classrooms. A part of the community for more than a century, West Brethren Church continues to offer a variety of worship and educational programs. (2000) 
HEGAR, Frantisek (I448)
 
44 1930 Census Beulah, Mercer, North Dakota ED 29-1 pg 4a
(same page as Frank and Ida Shattuck with Iva Tysver)
Thompson, Manley3222MOUSAUSAMarshal
Isabelle3525NDCanada-EnglishUSA
Jesse12NDMOND
Frances10NDMOND
Fern9NDMOND
Vera6NDMOND 
THOMPSON, Manley Dow (I1901)
 
45 1930 Census Montana
Potratz, Gunther F He rents the farm they live on, his current age is 35 and he married at 20. He can read and write. He was born in North Dakota, and both of his parents were born in Germany. He is a general farmer He is not a veteran. Mabel's current age is 35 and she married at 20. She was born in Missouri, her father in Missouri and mother in Indiana. Donald is 13. Attends school and was born in North Dakota. William is 11. Attends school and was born in North Dakota. Howard is 1. Was born in Montana. A servant and his wife, Ernest A. and Bertha F Segar were listed in their household.

Potratz, Donna Marie 1943-1944 KL
Potratz, Gunther F 1894-1960 KL
Potratz, Howard Wesley 1929-1944 KL
Potratz, Mabel T 1894-1981 KL 
POTRATZ, Gunther F (I1930)
 
46 1930 Census Sunnyside Snohomish WA
Thompson, Frank W48MNMOINFarmer
Sarah E7020INININ
Foster D33MOMOINcarpenter
Paul C30MOMOINcarpenter 
GALEY, Sarah Ellen (I1197)
 
47 1930 Hill County, TX
Reese, Jessie C24TXNC TXTruckdriver
Thelma23TXUnkTX
Maxmame (son)1.10TXTXTx 
REESE, Jessie Cleveland (I1575)
 
48 5321 Steele St.
Hamilton
Alabama
35570-6817
United States of America
Phone: 205-921-2703 
GANN, Pride Napolean (I34)
 
49 According to age on headstone WARD, Addie (I2249)
 
50 according to headstone GOLDSWORTH, Thomas (I333)
 

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