CEMETERY: !Head Marker: d-Aug 27, 1875, Age 5 yr.
Texarkana Daily News: 9/16/1946 page 2 col. 6
Obituary: F.M. Askins, 74, died at 2:30 a.m. Monday at his home in Fouke, Ark. He was a native of Miller County.
Survivors are his wife; one brother, Riley Askins of Fouke; and a number of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Silverino church with the Rev. Ell Westbrook officiating. Burial will be in Silverino cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Johnny Askins, John Davis, Guy Davis, George Davis, J. B. Grosse and Harold Askins.
Honorary pallbearers will be friends of the family.
The body will remain at the East Funeral Home until funeral time.
OBITUARY: Daily Texarkanaian
Jan. 4, 1912
OBITUARY: AGED MILLER LADY
BURNED TO DEATH
OBITUARY: MRS. G. W. YARBERRY EXPIRES
EARLY THURSDAY MORNING
AFTER SURRERING HOURS
OBITUARY: GRASSFIRE IGNITES CLOTHING
OBITUARY: Member of Old Family Horribly Burn-ed Wednesday Afternoon While burning Grass in Yard of Home Eight Miles South of City, on Line Ferry Road.
OBITUARY: Mrs. G. W. Yarberry, wife of a well known farmer of Days Creek township and a member of an old Miller family, died Thursday morning at 4:30 after suffering hours of agony from burns received Wednesday afternoon, when her clothing became ignited while she was burning the grass in the yard of her home near Lem Davis' cotton gin about eight miles south of the city on the Line Ferry road.
Mrs. Yarberry was alone in the yard at the time of the accident, and before the flames could be extinguished she had been horribly burned, the flesh on some parts of her body and limbs being literally roasted. Everything possible was don to lessen her suffering and prolong life, but death came as surcease to pain early Thursday morning.
Besides her husband and brothers she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Mitchell of Cass, Texas and two sons, J.J. and J.J Yarberry, both of whom reside in Day's Creek township.
Researcher: Billy Boykin 8/24/2001
He owned a gris mill on days creek, a cotton gin, and also a country store.
Took a toddy before bed every night.
Raised Hogs in Sulpher River bottoms.
!Death certificate in possession of myself, Billy R. Boykin 10810 Wilder Road, Mabelvile, Ark., 72103.
Was married a second time.
Obituary: W. L. Davis, 83, Miller County resident and grandfather of Chief of Police W. E. Davis, of Texarkana, Ark, died at his home in the Silverino Community at 11:30 a. m., Wednesday.
He was a native of Alabama, but had moved to Miller county many years ago and was considered to be one of the pioneer residents of this section.
Surviving are three sons, W. H. Davis, J. H. Davis, and J. A. Davis, four daughters, Mrs. Alonzo Aaron, Mrs. Mollie Harris, Mrs. Nora Bull and Mrs. Harris Grigson, and a brother H. J. Davis; all of Texarkana; 33 grandchildren 34 great-grandchild.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a. m. Thursday at the Silverino Baptist church. The Rev. O. O. Davis will officiate, assisted by the Rev. John Winham, the Rev. J. A. Jennings and the Rev. J. L. Simpson. Burial will be in Silverino cemetery.
Active pallbearers will be the following grandsons, W. E. Davis, Calvin Davis, Arlie Aaron, Leon Davis, J.D. Harris and Floyd Davis.
Honorary pallbearers will be Milton Sholts, Milton Oats, Jim Sanderson, Alec Sanderson, Dr. L. J. Kesminsky, A. R. Fleniken, Charles Blocker, Hartwd Stacks, L.S. Long, Joe Plerce, S. B. Huff, J. S. Kirvin, W. B. Brank, Dr. W. J. S. Smith, P. S. Pate, J. R. Briggs, Porter Akin, Tom Hunter, Morris Sanderson, Ben Carter, Judge Louis Josephs, E. R. Goodson, John I. Giles.
Sheriff T. C. Sewell, Ben Sorsby, K. M. Giles, W. W. Harris, Judge T. B. Vance, J. T. Quillen, Wesley Rushing, Wesley Jones, Lee Phelps, Charley Stacks, W. T. Stockton, Monroe Parker, Dr. B. C. Middleton, F. W. Wardlaw , Jim Fox, Elmer Sewell, Edward Shoemaker, John Shoemaker, John J. Giles, Malcolm Hurt, Charley Burges, Charley Beasley, J. W. Vann; and Dr. B.
CENSUS: !1870 Census, Lafyette Co. Ark. , Dwelling # 62, Beach Twp., P.O. Rondo NOTE: Living alone.
1880 Census, Miller Co. Ark., Garland Twp., page 72. ED 194.
1900 Census, Miller Co. Ark., Day Creek Twp., Sheet # 20, Dwelling # 380, Family # 385.
1910 Census, Miller Co. Ark., Days Creek Twp., Dwelling # 32, Family # 32. NOTE: Two grandsons was lining with him; Albert & Calvin sons to Jim Davis.
Obituary: Mrs. W.L. Davis, a native-born resident of Miller county who spent the whole 67 years of her life in the county, died yesterday morning at 5 o'clock at the family home on the Line Ferry road eleven miles south of Texarkana. Mrs. Davis is survived by her husband, three sons, Harley, Jim and Almus, and four daughters, Mrs. Alonzo Aaron, Mrs. Major Harris, Mrs. Wesley Bull and Mrs. Horace Grigson, all of the daughters being residents of Texarkana. The funeral will be held at 11 o'clock this morning at the Sylverino church. Rev. O. J. Wade officiating, with interment in the Sylverion Cemetery.
Obiturary: Mrs. John Corzine, for a number of years a resident of Miller County, died at the family home ten miles south of the city on the Lynn ferry road yesterday morning a 3:30 am. She was 65 years old and survived by her husband, three sons and three daughters.
The funeral will take place this morning at 11 o'clock, with Rev.____ N. Brewer, pastor of the___ view Methodist church officiating. The committal will be in the Harmony Grove cemetery.
NOTE: She was Frances Easter Davis
!Death Certificate in possission of B.R. Boykin.
1900 Census: Miller Co. Ark. living with his mother who Married John M. Corzine.
Sometimes he would go and live with his daughter Mary who lived on Lemley Road, she was widowed. John had outlived three wives and, by this time, he was blind and senile. Whenever his daughter Mary needed some money to buy some food or pay a few bills, she would take it out of her father's wallet and replace the money with cut up newspaper. She had to do it that way because he was not willing to pay for any of his own expenses. However, one day he realized that a switch had been made and he really "raised the roof". After that he went to live with his son William Lynn Corzine who lived in Bloomberg, Cass Co. Tx., where he died. He is buried next to his wife Easter Frances Davis Shipp Corzine.
CEMETERY: !Head Marker: Corzine, Lewis W., Son of M. A. & E.F. Corzine.
CEMETERY: !Head Marker: Corzine, Jessie Nov 14 1888 - Jan 23 1889
Tillman Davis stated that Lee Davis had son mamed Ambrose, and that Ambrose had daughters named Lallie and Lula.
Conversation between M. Dow, and his aunt Rosa: 3/20/1992; " Eulila Davis was raised by her grandmother Rogers. There was another Rogers (uncle) family lining across the road from them. Lived close to old Silverion Church near Fouke, AR."
CENSUS: 1880: Garland Twp., Miller Co. AR: July ; ED 194, p. 118
CENSUS: 1900: Beech Twp. Miller, AR., June 12; ED 116
Lee is now 42 yrs. old, has been married 18 years to Ella Higgs.
Lee owns 16 acres, and is currently farming same.
Ella has born 4 children of which 2 are living.
She is the first wife of "Lee" Davis.
Cemetery Records - Headstone inscription 30 Aug, 1858 - 6 Mar 1881 Diedat age 22. Harmony Grove Fouke Cem. AR; Headstone located close to JohnDavis and Jamina Davis markers.
CENSUS: 1910: Beech Twp. Miller Co. AR; ED 63
OBITUARY: Texarkana Evening News
Feb. 25, 1928
OBITUARY: MRS. ELLA DAVIS
OBITUARY: Mrs. Ella Davis, widow of the late Lee Davis, former well known resident of Miller county, died at Farmersville, La., Friday morning. The body was sent to Texarkana, and funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, at Silverino cemetery under the direction of the Reverend O. J. Wade, She is survived by one son, Ambrose Davis.
CENSUS: 1910 Census:Catahoula Parish, LA.; ED8, p. 11 Enumerated withe Ambrose and Family. Age 44.
1920 Census: Farmerville, Union , LA.; ED 123; p. 4. Enumerated with Ambrose and Family. Age 61.
MRS. ANNIE DAVIS
Mrs. Annie Davis, 72, died here Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Busbee, ( 808-?) Arthur street.
Besides her daughter, she is survived by a son, Joe E. Davis, Fouke; eleven grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at the Concord church with Rev. Ell Westbrook, officiating, probably Wednesday.
OBITUARY: OBITUARY; Funeral services for Andrew Jackson Davis, 83, who died Monday at his home at 313 1/2 East Broad street, were held at 3pm Tuesday at the Silverino Baptist church with the Rev. Ell Westbrook officiating. Burial was in the Silverino Cemetery.
Mr. Davis was born in Miller County, and was a justice of the peace of the Garland Township.
He is survived by three sons, John T., Guy and George Davis;; three sisters. Mrs. Bertha Peavy, Mrs. Lucy Grove, and Mrs. Lena Cochran, all of Texarkana; 13 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.
Second wife of Andrews Jackson Davis
OBITUARY: Texarkana Gazette
Wednesday, March 27, 1963
Page 5B, Col., One.
OBITUARY: John T. Davis
OBITUARY: John Taylor Davis, 223 High Point Courts, died at 7: 40 a.m. Tuesday at age 75. He was a retired mechanic.
Mr. Davis was born Oct., 12 1887, in Miller County, and had lived in Texarkana 31 years. He was a member of the first Baptist church and the Masonic Order.
Surviving are three sisters Mrs. Bertha Peavy, Mrs. Lucy Grose, Mrs. Lena Cochran of Texarkana; two brothers George A Davis, and Guy E. Davis, also of Texarkana; and a number of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Sylverino Baptist Church with the Rev. W. V. Garner officiating. Burial will be in the Sylverino cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Raymond W. Carrol, Vernon Youngblood, Warren Cochran, L. C. Cochran, Vince Sangalli, James Long, Jack R. Grose, Pat O'Neal and Flemon O'Neal.
RESIDENCES: Obit. states he lived at 223 High Point Courts, Texarkana, Miller County.
BURIAL: Obit. states; Burial will be in the Sylverino cemetery.
OCCUPATION: Obit. states: He was a retired mechanic.
First wife of Andrews
Marraige Book; 1882 Miller Co AR 24 Jan 11882 book P p 383
Belived to have died during child birth, since his mother died same year.
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