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5401 Uremia PETERS, James Braxton (I11117)
 
5402 Uremia STIRMAN, Winfield Brown (I11307)
 
5403 Uremia LOUGHRIDGE, James Robert (I12352)
 
5404 US Congressman. He was elected to represent Georgia's 4th District in the United States House of Representatives, serving from March 4, 1851 to March 3, 1853. He was a member of the Unionist Party. MURPHEY, Charles (I8332)
 
5405 Used the surname of her mother in the 1930 census as her own maiden surname. However, this might NOT be correct.. SEGAR, Irene G. (I13287)
 
5406 Usually his name shows as George M. or G. M. Killion, but on his first marriage it appears as G. W. Killian, but then, his first wife's surname was also misspelled on that marriage certificate. KILLION, George M (I11765)
 
5407 V.C. Pickle was a home builder in Southern California and also in Anderson County, TX. PICKLE, Voyle Carrie (I1035)
 
5408 Valvular heart lesion

W. E. BARTLETT DIES SUDDENLY

W. E. Bartlett died at the Halley & Love sanitarium at 12:30 Thursday afternoon, death coming in about four hours after he was stricken down at his studio Thursday morning. the news of his death soon spread over the city and brought grief to the many friends of the good man.
The physicians worked fast and faithfully and did everything possible from the time Mr. Bartlett was discovered unconscious in his studio until he breathed his last. Some symptoms of the man's suffering indicated intestinal trouble, and it was reported that an operation could be performed. But further diagnosis dispelled this idea and the physicians stated that death resulted from heart lesion.
Mr. Bartlett was one of Ballinger's best citizens. He had resided here for a number of years, being engaged in the photograph business. He was a faithful member of the Baptist church, a Christian gentleman, and was always found standing for the things he considered for the best interest of his town and community. His friends were numbered by his acquaintances. The day before he was stricken down he was among his friends on the street, and gathered with a crowd in the lobby of the postoffice while waiting for the mail, was in the best of spirits and apparently in good health.
Before coming to Ballinger several years ago Mr. Bartlett resided in Santa Anna, and relatives from Brownwood and Santa Anna arrived here on the noon train, and just as death came. He is survived by a wife and four children, three girls and a boy.
Funeral arrangements had not been announced at two o'clock Thursday afternoon.
W. E. Bartlett was found in an unconscious condition in the floor in the rear of his studio on Eighth Street early Thursday morning. Mr. Bartlett was found about thirty minutes after he left his home to come to his studio, and it is believed that he was stricken down probably ten minutes before he was found.
Mr. Bartlett suffered an attack of heart trouble more than a year ago, and was in a serious condition for some time, but apparently recovered and was thought to be in fairly good health. The first thought of those who first reached him Thursday morning was that he had again been stricken down with heart trouble, probably rupture of the intestines, and he was carried to the sanitarium and plans made for the immediate operation.8 
BARTLETT, William Estes (I11990)
 
5409 Valvuler Heart Disease PICKLE, Mary Ellen (I2349)
 
5410 Van Zandt County Genealogical Society, P.O. Box 434, Wills
Point, Tex. 75169 
Source (S50)
 
5411 Various places the surname is spelled either Huckeba or Huckaba. HUCKEBA, Luke (I12806)
 
5412 Vernell Brown Ewers' brother (?) filed a Corrected Certificate of Birth for his sister on July 13, 1954 HARDIN, Eunice (I820)
 
5413 Very difficult to decipher her name on the 1920 Census. WHELCHEL, Clovis ? (I6310)
 
5414 Very difficult to determine her given name from the 1920 census. WHELCHEL, Eugene ? (I6312)
 
5415 Very poorly written census record. HAMILL, Curtis Gainer (I9410)
 
5416 Veteran (C.S.A.), 35th MS Regt., Company "I", "Dixie Rebels". Killed at the battle of Shiloh.

 
RICHARDSON, George Washington (I1280)
 
5417 Virginia Crabtree Price was born in 1846 to John Wesley Price and Mary Miller.

She married Francis Asbury Buhrman about 1872. They had 4 children: Wiliam Price Buhrman, Francis Marvin Buhrman, Abraham Wesley Buhrman, and Mary Eyler Buhrman.

After the death of Francis Asbury, she married Adam Alexander Broyles III. Marriage license dated Aug. 20, 1888, Sullivan County, TN. 

After the death of her second husband, she lived with her daughter Mary Eyler Buhrman Allen. In the 1910 U. S. Census, they resided in Glade Spring, Washington County, Va. and in late 1920's until 1931 they lived in Roanoke, Va.  
PRICE, Virginia Crabtree (I11128)
 
5418 Virginia, who was divorced, and her two sons were living with her parents. STOREY, Mary Virginia (I10524)
 
5419 Vital Records of Jim Wells County Texas lists his death date as 08-Apr-1992. PICKLE, Robert Cornelius (I5006)
 
5420 VOL. III, pg. 246, Augusta Co, Va. Wills pg. 227: 2 July 1816 .....to son Joseph; sons, John & Robert; son Thomas; daughter, Ann Henry; daughter, Jane Black, daughter, Letitia Clarke, daughter, Peggy Weir; daughter, Fanny Porter; son James died intestate, seized of considerable land in Georgia.

Executors: sons-in-laws, John Henry and James Black 
SHARP, John Sr. (I8223)
 
5421 Walter Leland Pickell Jr., formerly of McDaniel Avenue, died Saturday, Oct. 14, 2000.
Born in Anderson, he was a son of the late Walter Leland and Belle Douglas Mahon Pickell.
He was a retired professional engineer and former owner of Pickell and Pickle Engineers. He was a member of First Baptist Church where he was a deacon and member of the men's Sunday school class. Also a Shriner and past president of Greenville Little Theatre.
He is survived by his wife of 71 years, Miriam Webb Pickell; a daughter, Patricia P. Burns of Greenville; seven grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by a daughter, Joanne P. Glenn; one brother; and five sisters.
Graveside services will be today, Oct. 16, at Woodlawn Memorial Park with Dr. Baxter Wynn officiating. The family is at the home of Patricia Bruns, at 131 Windfield Road, Greenville.

From: Anderson Independent Mail 
PICKELL, Walter Leland Jr. (I1254)
 
5422 Walter Long Broyles - Enlisted 6/19/1861, Died 11/13/1862 at Crumpton's Factory Hospital, Lynchburg, Va of pneumonia, Buried in Lynchburg City Cemetery but later removed (name shown in cemetery records as W L Boiles), Brother of Marcellus Franklin Broyles, Born 7/25/1832 in Greene County, Ga to Major Cain and Lucinda Nash Broyles BROYLES, Walter Long (I1139)
 
5423 Walter was the son of Charles W. Richmond and Sarah Dixon Forte.

He was born in Beaverdale, Georgia 25 November 1881 [WWII Draft Registration; 1920 U.S. Census, Ill., Du Page Co., Glen Ellyn, entry 620/640, microfilm]. 

His family removed to Sumter, Florida by 1885, and Walter removed with his family to Canton, Madison Co., Mississippi by 1900. By 1910 Walter removed to Memphis Ward 26, Shelby Co., Tennessee.

Walter and Jessie Anstice FORBES were married at Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois on 27 July 1916, and they resided there briefly, being enumerated at Glen Ellyn (Milton), Du Page Co., Illinois in 1920. His WWI draft registration card lists his occupation as the President of Goodwill Electric Company.

Their unnamed daughter was born stillborn at Chicago on 27 January 1919 [Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947].

Their son Walter was born in Tennessee on 6 December 1922.

They resided at Miami (Redland), Dade Co., Florida, in September 1927 [Crossville Chronicle, 8 Sept. 1927; Directory]. 

Walter removed to Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio by 1935, where Walter registered for the WWII draft in 1942. By that time he was self-employed and listed his occupation as an inventor. He apparently lived by himself, his wife Jessie resided at Memphis, Selby Co., Tennessee. In 1940, Walter resided, perhaps briefly, with Jessie and their son Walter, at the Memphis home of his mother-in-law and her unmarried sisters.

He, and possibly Jessie A., removed to Boston, Massachusetts by 1943.

Walter is not listed in his wife's will, dated 1950. 
RICHMOND, Walter (I11440)
 
5424 Wareham Kingsley was the son of Nathan Kingsley and Roccelana WAREHAM.

Nathan Kingsley was not only a man of much prominence in the early settlement of the county, but stood high in the estimation of the people throughout the Wyoming Valley. He was the eldest son of Salmon Kingsley and was born January 23, 1743 in Scotland, Windham county, Conn. He married Roccelana Wareham of Windsor, Conn., and removed to Wyoming about the year 1772. He was one of the original proprietors of Springfield and came to Wyalusing in 1776. In the latter part of 1777 he was captured by the Indians and remained a prisoner nearly a year. While in captivity he secured the friendship and confidence of the Indians by his skill in doctoring their horses. He was, in consequence, allowed considerable liberty, and permitted to go into the woods to gather herbs and roots for his medicines. Seizing a favorable opportunity, he made his escape and reached Wyoming in safety. During his captivity, his family found a home with Jonathan Slocum of Wilkes-Barre. On the 22nd of November, 1778, while Mr. Kingsley was yet in captivity, his son, Nathan, was killed by the Indians, and a younger son and Frances Slocum, famous in story, carried away by them. He served as a lieutenant in Capt. John Franklin's Wyoming Company (1782), 5th Regiment of Militia, state of Connecticut. In 1775 he was appointed one of the committee of inspection of Westmoreland, and in May, 1776, was chosen lieutenant of the 9th, or Up-River Company of the 24th Connecticut Militia. At the close of the war, Mr. Kingsley, his wife and surviving son, Wareham, returned to the old home in Wyalusing. Upon the organization of Luzerne county in May, 1787, he was commissioned one of the judges, which office he resigned in 1790. Mr. Kingsley is described as "a large, tall man of more than ordinary intelligence, deeply interested in the prosperity of the community and the development of the county. He built a distillery, fell a victim of the habit of the times and in his old age lost his property." 
KINGSLEY, Wareham (I9251)
 
5425 was widow Chandler when she married F.M. Brown SMITH, Mary (I259)
 
5426 WAXAHACHIE - Corrinne "Susie" Bearden was born on June 9, 1913, in Athens, Texas, to Crawford and Maggie Pickle. She went into the arms of Jesus on April 14, 2009, surrounded by family members at the great age of 95 years old. She lived most of her adult life in Longview, Texas and retired from Good Shepherd Hospital.

She was a daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She was an incredible seamstress, and could make a ball of yarn into a masterpiece in a matter of hours. You could always find her sweeping the leaves on the carport or "piddlin" with her flowers and vegetables. She kept her hands busy always by canning, working jigsaw puzzles or playing cards. She was so well loved and appreciated by her family for the values and standards that she lived by her entire life and creating a loving, Christian home for each of us to live in.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Buck Bearden; two brothers; and one sister. She is survived by son, Charles Bearden and wife Kaye of San Patrico, Texas; daughters, Mary Reid of Little Rock, Arkansas, Nancy Emmel and Judy Brown and husband Charles all of Longview, Texas; grandchildren, Allison Brown of Longview, Texas, Brent Bearden of Canyon Lake, Texas, Kevin Reid of Bedford, Texas, Steven Bearden of San Antonio, Texas; Stephen Brown of Dallas, Texas and Jennifer Emmel Luensmann of Longview, Texas; and nine great-grandchildren.

Graveside services and interment will be 2 p.m. Thursday, April 16, 2009, at Red Oak Cemetery in Red Oak, Texas with Mr. Charles Brown officiating. 
PICKLE, Hettie Corrine (I8629)
 
5427 WAXAHACHIE - Corrinne "Susie" Bearden was born on June 9, 1913, in Athens, Texas, to Crawford and Maggie Pickle. She went into the arms of Jesus on April 14, 2009, surrounded by family members at the great age of 95 years old. She lived most of her adult life in Longview, Texas and retired from Good Shepherd Hospital.

She was a daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She was an incredible seamstress, and could make a ball of yarn into a masterpiece in a matter of hours. You could always find her sweeping the leaves on the carport or "piddlin" with her flowers and vegetables. She kept her hands busy always by canning, working jigsaw puzzles or playing cards. She was so well loved and appreciated by her family for the values and standards that she lived by her entire life and creating a loving, Christian home for each of us to live in.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Buck Bearden; two brothers; and one sister. She is survived by son, Charles Bearden and wife Kaye of San Patrico, Texas; daughters, Mary Reid of Little Rock, Arkansas, Nancy Emmel and Judy Brown and husband Charles all of Longview, Texas; grandchildren, Allison Brown of Longview, Texas, Brent Bearden of Canyon Lake, Texas, Kevin Reid of Bedford, Texas, Steven Bearden of San Antonio, Texas; Stephen Brown of Dallas, Texas and Jennifer Emmel Luensmann of Longview, Texas; and nine great-grandchildren. 
PICKLE, Hettie Corrine (I8629)
 
5428 We also have a copy of Elvira's birth certificate 29 November, 1885, from McDade, Bastrop County, Texas, naming Mary Elizabeth Sanders as the mother (19 years old) and Gustav Eschberger as the father (37 yrs old). This birth certificate was prepared on behalf of A.D. Eshberger (brother) at San Angelo, Tom Green County, TX on 14 March 1945. ESCHBERGER, Elvira (I7255)
 
5429 Wedding conducted in the home of Lena's parents. Family (F2779)
 
5430 Weekly Constitution, Oct 26, 1880

Decatur,October 18--Our town was yesterday stirred to its profoundest depths of sympathy by the sad news that the death angel had entered the house of our beloved and honored countryman, Hon. M. A. Candler, and taken away one of the brightest jewels that clustered around his fireside. Some three months ago his oldest daughter who was just budding into lovely womanhood came home from school at Athens, Ga, to spend a short vacation. A few days after her arrival she was taken sick and since confined to her bed, until Saturday night when she passed away to enter into that joy which is unspeakable and full of glory. Her sufferings were long and excruciating, but she bore them with calmness and fortitude. Miss Laura was known for her amiability of character and generous impulses. All were attracted to her by her gentleness and love, and friends and relatives mourn her loss--a loss to them irreparable. Her funeral was preached at the Presbyterian church this evening at 3 o'clock by Rev D. Fraser. The church was crowded, and all were deeply impressed with the scene, and as the organ's solemn notes announced the commencement of the funeral services, strong men wept and sympathizing bosoms heaved. The beautiful flowers blended with sombre garniture arranged by the Sabbath school scholars about the pulpit added greatly to the sad and spectacle, and when the pastor unusually moved himself, began to speak, with bowed heads and chastened hearts, universal sympathy and sorrow reigned. After the services were closed the remains were taken to Decatur cemetery and reverently and tenderly deposited in the "narrow house of clay". 
CANDLER, Laura Eliza (I12264)
 
5431 Went by the name Eugene H. Wassell WASSELL, Heverington Eugene (I3104)
 
5432 Wesley was born in Monroe County, Mississippi, the son of Robert Pickle and Sarah Aldridge. He moved from Monroe County Mississippi to Monroe, Oklahoma about 1880. PICKLE, Wesley Greenberry (I1603)
 
5433 Westbrook - Sister Mary Z. Westbrook was born in Edgefield district S.C., October 20, 1813; came to Texas forty-four years ago and settled in Navarro county. After a long and painful illness she died in sight of heaven May 25, 1896, aged eighty-two years, seven months and five days. She was converted and joined the Church at fourteen years of age. She has been a subscriber to the Texas Christian Advocate since its publication. She was faithful through near three score and ten years and God took her home. She leaves five living children -- one of whom is a faithful steward in the Methodist Church -- thirty-five grandchildren and twenty-six great-grandchildren. Many others have passed on before her. God grant that all her children may follow her. W. H. Crawford Kerens, Texas.

Source: Texas Christian Advocate
Online at http://www.palmettoroots.org/CountyChesterobit.html 
AGNEW, Mary Z. (I6895)
 
5434 What caused "Shanghai" to leave home as a teenager and migrate to Texas? The following family story, provided by Nancy McCall, seems to explain this.

"Family lore has that he was an orphan and was living with his aunt and her husband (no names were given).  The uncle was very mean and worked him like a slave. When Shanghai was sixteen, he shot the uncle after a hard beating and thought he killed him. His aunt helped him get a horse, food and clothes, and he went away. Years later, he learned from other settlers that his uncle did not die." 
BROWN, Francis Marion (I8)
 
5435 Whether or not this was the husband of Ruby Treadaway and the father of Charlie, Allen and James is questionable. However, when he registered for the draft, he listed a wife and three children as dependents, and he was living in Ellis County as were Ruby and her children. TREADAWAY, Woodfin Grady (I2740)
 
5436 While her name is Sarah F. Wood, his is put as McClamroach. Family (F4085)
 
5437 While this is where this source says she was born, later it suggests that she was married in Scotland. So information about this person is questionable to me. IRVING, Hilda Mary (I12838)
 
5438 Widow INGRAM, Missouri E. (I145)
 
5439 Widow MCHENRY, Dulcena Matilda (I183)
 
5440 Widow OLDHAM, Almedia Morrow (I762)
 
5441 Widow MITCHELL, Anna Florida (I839)
 
5442 Widow HOWORTH, Vena Lee (I870)
 
5443 Widow LEWIS, Elzadia (I960)
 
5444 Widow DUCKWORTH, Matilda (I986)
 
5445 Widow PICKLE, Letha Elizabeth (I1032)
 
5446 Widow ROUTH, Mary Adeline (I1153)
 
5447 Widow WORLEY, Nancy Josephine (I1160)
 
5448 Widow BROYLES, Sarah Ann Taliaferro (I1272)
 
5449 Widow WHIPPLE, Mildred Ruth (I1390)
 
5450 Widow GANO, Kate (I2770)
 

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