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201 "Eurby Wray Bearden was a private in the U.S. Army. He entered the army on June 14, 1944, and trained at Ft. Riley, Kansas, northeast of Abilene where the Chisholm Trail ended. He served in the 2nd Armored Division, 66th Armored Regiment in Belgium and Germany. 

Eurby died on March 2, 1945 in Germany. He was the son of Pliney L. and Millie Weeks Bearden of Waxahachie, and born and reared in Waxahachie. He was the husband of Janie Maxine Ralston Bearden of Sardis. Eurby and Maxine had two children: Janie Rosine Bearden Barnett and Burley Ralston Bearden. 
Private Eurby Wray Bearden was reburied at Hillcrest Cemetery in Section One at Waxahachie. He was posthumously awarded the Purple Heart Medal. He is listed on the Waxahachie Daily Light Honor Roll and the Ellis County Veterans Memorial.  
BEARDEN, Eurby Wray (I11335)
202 "Evan Adamson, born about 1635 in England, came to this country, settling in Anne Arundel Co., MD. It is believed that he came to Maryland from England late in 1662 in a party of five headed by William Smith and wife."

"Evan might have been a brother to Basil and John Adamson who came from England with William Penn in 1691." From American Genealogy, Immigrants to America before 1750 -- Vol. 2 
ADAMSON, Evan (I10357)
203 "Final rites for Z. E. Wooddell, 74, who died at 10:30 o'clock last Wednesday evening while on a hunting trip, Holmes Brothers funeral chapel with Rev. J. H. Riley, Rev W. C. Townen and Rev. C. R. Meadows officiating. Time for the services is pending arrival of relatives and will be announced Friday by Holmes Brothers.

Mr. Wooddell, a resident of Turney for 50 years, had gone possum hunting in a wooded area near his home when he suffered a heart attack and died shortly afterwards. He was a farmer and a member of the Penticostal Church of Jacksonville. Suvivors include the widow, Mrs. Lula Belle Wooddell;six sons, Harvey Wooddell of Jacksonville, Coy Wooddell of Roscoe, Luther, A. D. and Herman Wooddell of Dallas, and Lloyd Wooddell of Houston; three daughters Mrs. Aaron Wilkes and Mrs. Myrtle Petty of Dallas, Mrs. Beulah Cope of Anahelm Calif., a brother J. H. Wooddell of Jacksonville; and two sisters, Mrs. Fred Loden of Rusk, and Mrs. Ila Clark of Lometa; 25 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren." 
WOODDELL, Zebedee E. (I11963)
204 "Flagman killed railroad accident" BROYLES, Ozey Robert (I8849)

MANSFIELD, Texas - Burley Bearden, whose Texas-Arlington football team won the NCAA Division II title in 1967, has died of congestive heart failure. He was 79.

Bearden, who died Saturday, was on the Texas-Arlington coaching staff for 25 years, starting in 1946 as defensive coordinator for the Rebels of what was then the two-year North Texas Agricultural College.

While defensive coordinator, the Rebels won the National Junior College Championship with victories in the Junior Rose Bowl in 1956 and 1957.

In 1966, after the school had become the four-year Arlington State College, Bearden became head coach and led the team to a Southland Conference co-championship. The next season, the now-Texas-Arlington Rebels won the conference title and beat North Dakota State in the Pecan Bowl for the Division II title.

After stepping down in 1970, he served as the Southland Conference commissioner of officials and a Texas-Arlington physical education instructor from 1972 until his retirement in 1982.

Texas-Arlington changed its athletic nickname to the Mavericks in the early 1970s and dropped football in the early 1980s.

A funeral is scheduled for 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Maria Goretti Catholic Church in Arlington, with burial in Moore Memorial Gardens in Arlington.

Survivors include a son,... ; a daughter,...; and four grandchildren.

Published in South Bend Tribune (IN) - Monday, January 20, 1997, and provided by Cheryl Bearden Fenters 
BEARDEN, Burley Louis (I11334)
206 "Frank Welborn Pickel was born at Williamston, South Carolina. He attended the public school of his native town and in the fall of 1882 entered Furman University from which he received the B. A. degree in 1886. He taught in the public school of his home two years, then entered the University of South Carolina in the fall of 1888 and received the master's degree from this institution in 1890.

In 1889 he was elected instructor of hygiene and bacteriology in the University of South Carolina. and was also bacteriologist for the South Carolina experiment station, in which capacity he served two years. In the spring of 1891 he was elected professor of natural science in the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Florida. but remained here only one year. Desiring to pursue his biological studies further, be entered the John Hopkins University in the fall of 1892 as a graduate student of biology and remained there two years until June. 1894.

He was professor of Greek and German in Mississippi College from 1895 to 1897. In the fall of 1897 he went to the University of Chicago and received the degree of master of science from that institution in January. 1899. He continued his research work there until the following August, when lie was elected to his present position. professor of biology in the University of Arkansas.

Some of the papers written by him are as follows: "Physiological Effect of Lacto-Caramel on the Frog Heart:" "Accessory Bladders of Testudinata:" "Origin and Development of Jacobson's Organ;" "Structure and Function of Leaves."

In August, 1901. he was married to Miss Allie B. Deupree and they have two sons, Frank Welborn Pickel, Jr., and Elbert Jefferson Pickel.


Source: Harrison Hale, University of Arkansas (Fayetteville campus). Alumni Association, pp. 507-508 
PICKELL, Franklin Welborn (I1195)
207 "Funeral services for Jesse Robert Pickle, 89, of Conroe and formerly of East Texas will be at 11 am on Friday, July 24, 2015, at Poynor Baptist Church with Brother Jim Boyte officiating. Masonic graveside will follow at Liberty Cemetery in Bradford under the direction of Herrington / Land of Memory Funeral Home. Mr. Pickle passed away on Monday, July 20, 2015, at his residence.

Jesse Robert Pickle was born on September 19, 1925, in Anderson County to Annie D. Bradley and Jesse Robert Pickle, Sr. He served in the Merchant Marines. Mr. Pickle owned and operated a Steel Fabrication Shop in the Houston area for many years. He was a fifty year member of the Shriner’s International, a fifty year Mason (33rd degree), and a member and commander of the International Shrine Aviation Association. He headed the Ride with Pride Trail Ride in Poynor for many years, was a Henderson County Precinct 4 Constable for 13 years, and involved in law enforcement for forty plus years. He raised BP Simmental Cattle at his farm in Poynor.

Mr. Pickle was preceded in death by his parents; a son, Kenneth Pickle; and ten siblings. He is survived by his wife, Jennifer Pickle; Bobbie Cormier and Cary of Conroe, Taegen Cormier, Jordan Cormier, Collin Cormier, and Tyler Cormier; Tim Fetterman and Ruthie of Mansfield, LA, Craig Fetterman, Corey Fetterman, and Cooper Fetterman; Sabrina Scott, Daniel Scott, and Nathan Scott all of Waskom; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and other family." 
PICKLE, Jessie Robert Jr. (I5390)
208 "Granite [Montana] abounds in stories, beginning with the dubious tale that Eli D. Holland was hunting on the mountain and shot a deer. In its death throes the animal's hooves scraped dirt, revealing a streak of silver galena ore. Holland sold his mine to Charles D. McLure and Charles Clark, who was a descendant of William Clark of Lewis & Clark fame.
Read about Eli D Holland's role in the Granite Mountain Mine near Phillipsburg.
HOLLAND, Eli Davis (I504)
209 "Graveside services for Conrad "Joe" Rampy, 95, of Cayuga will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Bethel Cemetery with the Rev. Wylie Jenkins officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Bailey & Foster Funeral Home, Palestine. 

Mr. Rampy died Sunday at Trinity Mission Nursing Home in Winnsboro. 

He was born Feb. 25, 1912 in Cayuga to Boyce Rosser and Willie Walters Rampy. 

Mr. Rampy was a lifelong resident of Anderson County. He was retired from Lone Star Gas and was a member of the Judson Baptist Church.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Fay Rampy, in 2000. 

Mr. Rampy is survived by his daughter, Debbie Kirk of Mobile, Ala.; four grandchildren, Jamie Kirk and Michael Kirk of Mobile, Ala., Kristy Taylor and Ginger Slaughter, both of Winnsboro; four great-grandchildren; and a sister, Evelyn Bayless of Houston."

Palestine Herald-Press Mar. 21 2007 
RAMPY, Conrad Rufus (I13052)
210 "Gregory Michael Creal, 51, passed away peacefully after a hard-fought battle with cancer on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018. Greg was born on Nov. 20, 1966 in California, but grew up in Seagoville. In 1988 he married the love of his life, Tanya Adamson, and together they raised their three beautiful children, Ethan, LeaAnn and Brennan. Greg served the Kaufman community for many years as the pharmacist at Brookshire’s. Greg is survived by his wife and children; his loving parents, Martin and Nancy Ashley; and his siblings, Steve, Robert, Rita and Cyndi. He lived a full and happy life, and we are honored to celebrate the dash between the day he entered this world and the day he left it. We encourage you to do the same. Well done, thy good and faithful servant. The family celebrated Greg’s life on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 at the First Baptist Church in Kaufman. The arrangements were made through Parker-Ashworth Funeral Home." CREAL, Gregory Michael (I6337)
211 "Grover Solms, the thirteen year old son of Mrs. Emma Solms, died at the family residence, 72 Walton Street, Friday afternoon. He is survived by his mother, two sisters, and three brothers..." SOLMS, Grover H (I3250)
212 "Hannah Kean Storm was born in 1810. She was the 2nd wife of Jacob Storm. He died in 1850 in Ohio. Hannah stayed in Ohio at least until the 1860 Census. I found her in 1870, 1880 Iowa Census living with Samuel and a couple of her kids."

Source: Find-a-Grave Contributor 
KEANE, Hannah (I9998)
213 "Hannah ye well beloved
Wife of Captain Benedict
Arnold and daughter of
Mr. John and Elizabeth
Waterman, (She was a
Pattern of Piety Patience
and Virtue) who died
August 15, 1759
AEtatis Suae 52 
KING, Hannah Waterman (I9482)
214 "He and his soon-to-be-wife, Alexina Walter Watters, were issued a marriage license on February 7 1867."

"James and Alexina had seven children, two unnamed and dying very young, one named William who also died as a child and the four that grew into adulthood." 
Family (F2781)
215 "He served in Capt. John Bowie's Independent Company of Militia." HOLLAND, Dominico (I295)
216 "He was a captain in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II. He flew B-26 bombers on 63 missions in the Mediterranean Theatre, receiving numerous medals, decorations and citations." PICKLE, Thomas Albert Sr. (I1111)
217 "He was a doctor and veteran of World War II. He served as a Major in the Army Medical Corps and received the Bronze and Silver Stars and the Purple Heart. Her was a member of the Methodist Church." PICKLE, Doctor Coy Redell (I10023)
218 "He was a merchant, tailor, and farmer" PICKLE, Obadiah Ayers (I1181)
219 "He was an American football player. He was elected to the Georgia Tech Hall of Fame in 1958, the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in 1977, and the College Football Hall of Fame in 1963. At Georgia Tech, he was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity." PUND, Henry Rudolph (I7128)
220 "He was in the U.S. Diplomatic Service for many years and worked in communications. They lived in several cities both in the United States and abroad. They were members of the Presbyterian Church."

Source: "History of the William Pickle Family, page III-22" 
STEPHENSON, William Boyd Sr. (I8210)
221 "Herman Judge Adamson, born 5/24/1893, was married to Irene Beene Oct. 14, 1919 and died 7/28/1954 in Lubbock and is buried at [Greenwood Cemetery] in Teague, Limestone, Texas. They had three children: W.W., Juanita, and one that died at birth." ADAMSON, Herman Judge (I9720)
222 "His was an interesting career, including his efforts in the Militia as Commanding Officer at the Battle of Nacogdoches, the first military encounter of the Texas War of Independence. For his services he was awarded a parcel of land in the Ayish Bayou near San Augustine, and on which his father, Bailey Anderson, Sr. is buried. ANDERSON, Bailey Jr. (I6690)
223 "History of William Pickle Family" spells his name Ode, but 1900 Census taker recorded it at Oade. PICKLE, Oade Bristow (I774)
224 "History of William Pickle Family, lists this person as Cecil B. Pickle, but that seems unlikely. Since the article about her death says she was a daughter, her name was more likely to have been Cecile. PICKLE, Cecile B. (I1108)
225 "History of William Pickle" listed her has Norma Lee Pickle, but Olive Branch cemetery records list her as Nora Lee Pickle.

At one point she was chief operator of the Jacksonville Telephone Company. 
RHODES, Nora Lee (I4298)
226 "I certify that Mr. Alonzo C. Manson and Miss Naomi Brown were joined in Matrimony by me this 24th day of Sept 1865. Ed J. Coates M.G." Family (F388)
227 "In January, 1734, he inherited through the will of John Thompson, of Dorchester County, Maryland, 100 acres known as "Amboy" comprising the best land located in the Eastern Shore of Maryland." BARTLETT, William (I709)
228 "In the Kent County Rent Roll, 1681-1688, Nich. Bartlet is paying rent for 1000 a. called Longacre. Also listed were Jane Bartlet paying rent on Popular Ridge, 380 a. and Rich. Bartlet paying rent on 1150 a. called Bartlets Lot." BARTLETT, Nicholas (I713)
229 "James E. McClammer died Tuesday night, Nov. 7, 1933, at 10 o'clock, at the home of his son, Mr. E.W. McClammer. He became seriously ill about a week before his death. Mr. McClammer was stricken with blindness several years ago. He was tenderly cared for in his son's home and in the homes of his other children in his declining years.

Mr. McClammer was a widower and 82 years, 6 months, and 21 days old. He was a native of Albemarle County, but spend most of his life near Celt, Greene county, where he was held in high regard by all who knew him. He is survived by these children Mr. J.A. McClammer of Albemarle County; Mr. J.R. McClammer of Celt; Mrs. Mamie E. Gibson, of Earlysvillel Mr. Edward W. McClammer, of Shelby, and Mrs. Susie Powell of Barboursville.

Mr. McClammer's burial was Wednesday afternoon in the cemetery of Wesley Church near West Union." 
MCCLAMMER, James Ellis (I13366)
230 "James Marion Pickell, Raleigh N.C. 'Pick'; Born February 13, 1902; Prepared at North Carolina State College; Architecture; Architectural Society; R.O.T.C.; Entered Junior Year."

Source Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Technique Yearbook (Cambridge, MA) -- Class of 1930 
PICKELL, James Marion Jr. (I1239)
231 "James was in Missouri by 1820, where he worked in silver mines. After 1825 move to Texas. He was an early resident of Fort Bend County, Texas. He died from Yellow fever during an epidemic. His probate estates was valued at more than $7,000"

SOURCE:, post by Donald Hanson dated 14 Dec 2012 
ESTES, James D. (I705)
232 "James was in Missouri by 1820, where he worked in silver mines. After 1825 move to Texas."" Family (F232)
233 "James William Adamson born 5/25/1867 and died 7/19/1936. He married Augusta Lee Smith, named for General Lee's daughter, 12/23/86 at New Hope. She was born 12/15/1866 and died 30 May 1945 [should be 1946]. She was the daughter of Sam Hight and Josephine Reed Smith. They had four sons: Ray, Herman, Luther, and J.W. " ADAMSON, James William (I9794)
234 "Jesse Bartlett removed and settled on the Brazos River, now Hempstead, Texas. His youngest child was born in Texas in 1833. Mr Bartlett was active in all public affairs."

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BARTLETT, Major Jesse (I24)
235 "John Anderson served in the militia under Col. Benjamin Roebuck and was killed in battle."   Clearly he was not killed in battle as this same reference says, incorrectly, that he died in 1786. However, he died in 1781 while suffering from injury sustained during the Battle of Augusta.

Ref: Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution, page 20 
ANDERSON, John (I296)
236 "John Baldwin Adamson probably named for his mother's father. Probably born in Montgomery Co, MD about 1682. Died early in 1746 at "Adamson's Choice." Had four children: Basil, Jeremiah, Lucy and John." ADAMSON, John Baldwin (I10361)
237 "John married Anne Gassaway (1670-1742) at Anne Arundel County, Md in 1688. John was 28 years old, and Anne was 18. Anne was the daughter of Col. Nicholas Gassaway (1634-1698) and Anne Besson Gassaway (1638-1692). Col. Nicholas Gassaway was born in Westminster, London, England and died at South River, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Anne Besson was born in Maryland, but her dad was born in England. John and Anna and all of their children were born in the American colony in Maryland before it became known as the USA. The brick church that many in our family were buried was built on land owned by Anne Gassaway's parents. "
Family (F3776)
238 "Joseph Brown, Jr. , was born 20 Oct 1760 in Rowan Co., NC. His parents were Joseph Brown, Sr., and his wife, Mary Porter, both of whom were born in Ireland. They had immigrated to Pennsylvania in the mid-1750's with their parents, William and Margaret (Fleming) Brown and Hugh and Violett (Mackey ) Porter. This branch of my family was part of the wave of Scotch-Irish settlers who moved down the Appalachian trail to populate much of the Tennessee, Georgia, North and South Carolina area.

Joseph enlisted in NC and served on various tours with NC Troops as a Private under Capt. Alexander Moore and Col. John Sevier. Joseph was in the Battle of Briar Creek and Kings Mountain. [His family records and military service are spelled out in his widow's Revolutionary Pension Application #W5744, which consists of over 100 pages of data, which is available on microfilm at the National Archives.]

Joseph's family migrated from Rowan Co., NC, to Washington Co., TN, before 1781. In that year Joseph married Jemima Broyles, a daughter of Adam and Mary (Wilhoit) Broyles, formerly of Culpeper Co., VA, where their parents had immigrated from Germany as part of the Germanna Community in 1717.

Joseph's parents moved on from Washington Co., TN, to Pendleton District, SC, after the war, and Joseph followed them a few years later, locating his family just across the Tugaloo River in Habersham Co., GA.

Joseph died at the age of 40, on 28 Oct 1800, in Franklin Co., GA, and he is buried near Belton (now in Anderson Co.), SC, in a family cemetery. His record says that he died "on the river." I have never been able to learn whether that meant he was drowned, or whether it just meant that he lived near the river. Joseph and Jemima had eight children..."

Source: LeBron Camp Preston [Online] 
BROWN, Joseph Jr. (I3599)
239 "Levi Zehring, 72, retired farmer, died last Wednesday afternoon at his home in West Manchester, after an extended illness. He was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge. His wife, Mrs. Emma Zehring, survives. Funeral services were held Saturday, at 2 p.m. in the Congregational Christian Church, Rev. John Albright officiating with burial in Castine Cemetery: ZEHRING, Levi (I13294)
240 "Lists his wife, Nancy Wilson, Children: Elizabeth, wife of James White, Lucinda, wife of Benj. Harris, Bridgett, Son Charles, Moses, son, Ezekiel and John Murphy, Mary wife of William Rich, Grandchildren: Jesse and Sarah Martin, Witness: Ely P. Howell, James Stovall, Jacob Mosteller, Hugh Gaston, Jr. ,

Page 116-118, Cas/Barton County, Georgia, Abstract of: Will Book A, Will Book B, 1836-1922" 
MURPHEY, Roger Jr. (I262)
241 "Long time organist of St. James Episcopal Church, Greeneville" WILLIAMS, Marie Lanier (I8803)
242 "Louis Tobias "Toby" McClammer, 62, of Frazer Township, died suddenly Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014, and is now with his Lord and Savior. A longtime resident of Pennsylvania, Toby was born Aug. 4, 1952, in Baltimore, Md., the second son of James Upshur and Alma Doris (Oberholtzer) McClammer. He enlisted in the Army in February 1973 and was honorably discharged in 1981. He was the owner of Independence X-ray up to the time of his death. Toby was a longtime member of Calvary Baptist Church in Allison Park, where he had been involved in the nursing home ministry, bus ministry and choir. He also enjoyed fishing and fixing anything that was broken. He is survived by his wife of 23 years, Sandy Lee (Rayman) McClammer; three children, Shane McClammer, Dylan Smith and Ashley McClammer; nine stepchildren; grandchildren, Kayla McClammer, Chelsea McClammer and Zachary McClammer; 14 step-grandchildren; two brothers, James U. McClammer Jr, of Charlestown, N.H., and Byron A. McClammer, of Ellicott City, Md.; two sisters, Annie G. (Engel) Pezold, of Baltimore, Md., and Rachel C. (McClammer) Love, of Troutman, N.C.; and nine nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his sister, Glenys A. (Engel) Thornton.
Published in Pittsburgh Tribune Review on Dec. 2, 2014 
MCCLAMMER, Louis Tobias (I13359)
243 "Married: Last Thursday night, John Holland, Esq., of Wilmington, North Carolina, to Mrs. Jane [Anderson] Marshall, widow of Abraham Marshall, Esq. of East Florida, deceased. (Thursday, September 7, 1786.)"

Source: Marriage Notices in the South-Carolina Gazette and its Successors (1732-1801)
Online at 
Family (F184)
244 "Mexican War Veteran" STORM, George (I9743)
245 "Mr. Murray was a Revolutionary War soldier, having enlised Jan. 26, 1777, in the 5th S.C. Regiment. (National Archive, as recorded in a book comprising copied of original rolls in the Office of Army Accounts under Paymaster General, Vol. 9, p. 225). MURRAY, James (I4084)
246 "Mr. Waller Holladay studied law, was admitted to the Bar on January 12, 1801, and practiced his profession until a large estate left him by his half-brother, General Lewis Littlepage (Find A Grave Memorial# 5004843), demanded his full time, when he retired from practice. He was a man of scholarly tastes, and a poet of considerable merit. Though not personally attracted to public life he was very intimate with some of the foremost men of that day, and counted among his regular correspondents Thomas Jefferson, Edmund Randolph, John Randolph, of Roanoke, James Madison and other statesmen of the time. Like most of the prominent Virginians of that day, he served as a magistrate and as overseer of the poor. He was a member of the Virginia Senate in 1829 and 1830, and a Democratic presidential elector in 1836 and 1840. He declined to be a candidate to the State Senate in 1839 because of illness. He permitted his name to be used as a candidate to the House of Delegates, and was beaten by Major Oscar M. Crutchfleld, who jocosely said that he had beaten "the old wheel horse of Democracy in his county." He was a half-brother of General Littlepage, who made him his heir.

Waller Holladay was an excellent man of business and no man of his generation stood higher in his community." 
HOLLADAY, Waller (I13197)
247 "Mrs. Jake Pickle Passes Away"

"The many friends of Jake Pickle in Johnson City were grieved to learn that his wife passed away at their home last Friday. Mrs. Pickle was the former Miss Ella Nora Critz. Besides her husband she leaves a five-year old daughter and her parents."
CRITZ, Ella Nora (I13721)
248 "My great great grandfather was Richard Haughton Manning and his wife was Lydia S. (Howett) Manning. 

Richard was born in Edenton (Chowan County) but moved to Gates County after his marriage and lived in Gates County for the rest of his life.

With his 2 wives he had the following children: James, Frances, Sarah, William, RT or RJ, and Magruder or McGruder. "

A note found on, Message Board from his 
Family (F2949)
249 "Nanine's Note: 'After Lewis' death, about 1852 in Cannon Co. , TN (formerly Wilson Co, TN0 Frances moved to Missouri then to Limestone Co. Texas in 1854 as did many related Adams, Hancock, and Adamson families. Here already in the part of Limestone Co., later becoming Freestone Co., was her daughter, Hannah.'" ADAMS, Frances (I10375)
250 "Nicholas Bartlett and his wife, Sarah, conv. to William Paterson of TA Co., mariner, 150 a. in Tredhaven Creek adj. The Exchange called Petty France.

[TALR 4:56] 
BARTLETT, Nicholas (I713)

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