Henry Clark Boothe
Henry Clark Boothe was born March 14, 1879 in Texas (probably Erath County) and died May 31, 1956, Lubbock, Texas. He married Mattie Ellen Walker, March 21, 1901, in the Chickasaw Nation (now Stephens County, Oklahoma), Indian Territory (pre-statehood). She was the daughter of Porter Crittenden Walker and Editha Viola Moore. Henry Clark and Mattie Ellen were both listed as living in Marlow, Oklahoma, at the time of their marriage.
In Cimarron County, Oklahoma
Henry Clark Boothe worked for the railroad during the earlier years of his marriage and the 1910 census found him and his young family over in Cimarron County, Oklahoma (ED 106, page 1, household 13):
Booth, Henry C., head, mw, 30, married once for 9 years, born Texas, both parents born Tennessee
Mattie, wife, fw, 23, four children with three still living, born Nebraska, parents born US.
Harvy C., son, mw, 8, born Oklahoma
John, son, mw, 5, born Oklahoma
Edith V., daughter, fw, age [blurred], born Oklahoma
Roy E., brother, mw, age 16, born Texas, born parents born Tennessee
In Blaine County, Oklahoma
By the 1920 census, this family was in Blaine county, Oklahoma (ED 22, page 6a, household 99):
Booth, Henry C., head, mw, 41, born Texas, both parents born Tennessee
Mattie, wife, fw, 35, born Tennessee [sic], both parents born Tennessee
Carl, son, mw, 18, born Oklahoma
John, son, mw, 15, born Oklahoma
Edith, daughter, fw, 11, born Oklahoma
Jackson, son, mw, 5, born Oklahoma
Walker, son, mw, 3, born Oklahoma
Erwin, son, mw, 2 months, born Oklahoma
To Arkansas and back to Oklahoma and Texas
By the 1920's, this family of Boothes were living in McCloud (Pottawatomie County), Oklahoma. Along with his brother-in-law, Nugent Irons, Henry Clark moved to Arkansas (Salem, Fulton County) for a few years. Then, after moving back to Oklahoma, he and Mattie moved to Lubbock, Texas.
Both Henry Clark Boothe and Mattie Ellen Walker Boothe are buried in Tech Memorial Park in Lubbock, Texas.
Children of Henry Clark Boothe and Mattie Ellen Walker Boothe:
These are their children as much as I know the information:
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