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ESTES, WIMER AND RISLEY FAMILIES
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Descendants of Mose Estes

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Generation No. 1

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1. MOSE ESTES was born Abt. 1730 in Kent, England, and died 1790. He married UNKNOWN.


Children of MOSE ESTES and UNKNOWN are:

i. BETHLEHEM ESTES.

2. ii. GALLANT ESTES, b. 1780, South Carolina; d. 26 January 1814, Tallapoosa Alabama (Died in the War of 1812 Creek Indian War).

iii. NATHANIAL ESTES, m. NANCY FINLEY.

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Generation No. 2

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2. GALLANT ESTES (MOSE1) was born 1780 in South Carolina, and died 26 January 1814 in Tallapoosa Alabama (Died in the War of 1812 Creek Indian War).
He married MARGARET "PEGGY" BARNHILL Abt. 1802 in Probably Greenville South Carolina, daughter of ALEXANDER BARNHILL. She was born 1773 in Bucks Co PA, and died 18 May 1860 in Yellville Marion Co AR.


Notes for GALLANT ESTES:
Source: Military records and Application for land grant. Gallant was with his son Edward by his first wife at he battle of Emucfau in Alabama as a private in the company of Tennessee Volunteers Mounted Gunmen command of Maj. General Andrew Jackson fighting the Creek Indians. he was thought shot in the head on the morning of the 22nd January 1814 and died on the fourth day after on 26th January 1814. Horseshoe Bend, AL was the location of this battle in which he was killed.
Gallant Estes is listed in 1806 as receiving a share of the estate of Alexander Barnhill, the father of Margaret Barnhill his wife.
Have seen reference of this book; but have been unable to locate this book.
"Estes Trails Vol. 3 #4 April Jul 1983: Book titled THE ESTES FAMILY by Charles Estes pictorial field-book, Jackson ON THE WAR PATH AGAIN, bravery of the force, pages 774 and 775."
Webste http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~rhio/GalantNotes.htm
Notes on Gallant Estes Submitted by: David Thomas
Gallant was with his son Edward by his first wife at the Battle of Emucfau in Alabama as a private in the Company of Tennessee Volunteers Mounted Gunmen commanded by Capt. Adam Dale, Second Regiment commanded by Col. William Y Higgins & under the command of Maj. Gen. Andrew Jackson fighting the Creek Indians. He was shot through the head on the morning of the 22nd January 1814 and died on the fourth day after on 26 January 1814.
The following is taken from the Book Pictorial Field-Book, Jackson on the war-path again. Pages 774 & 775, Battle of Emucfau, Bravery of the Force.
January 21, 1814.
On the following morning he pushed forward toward Emucfau, twelve miles distant on the bend of the Tallapoosa, and toward the evening, when near Emuqeth Creek, fell upon a much beaten trail, which indicated the proximity of a large force of Indians. Jackson though it prudent to halt and reconnoiter. He disposed his troops in a hollow square, doubled the sentinels, sent out spies, and in every way had measures to meet an attack during the night. Toward midnight the savages were observed prowling about, and at the same time the general was informed that a large body of Indians were encamped within three miles of him, some engaged in a war dance, and others removing the women and children. An immediate attack seemed impending, and Jackson, fully prepared, calmly awaited it.
January 22, 1814.
The night wore away, and the dawn approached, when, at six o'clock, the Indians fell suddenly and with great fury upon the left flank of Jackson's camp, occupied by troops under Colonel Higgins. General Coffee was with them, and, under his direction, assisted by Colonel Sitler, the Adjutant General, and Colonel Carroll, the Inspector General, these new recruits fought gallantly, and kept the assailants in check. At dawn, when the whole field might be seen, they were re-enforced by Captain Ferrill's company of infantry, and the whole body were led to vigorous charge upon the savages by General Coffee, Supported by Colonels Higgins and Carroll, and the friendly Indians. The savages were discomfited and dispersed and fled, hotly pursued by the Tennesseans, with much slaughter, for full two miles. Inspired by this success, Jackson immediately detached General Coffee, with four hundred men and the whole body of Indians, to destroy the encampment of the for at Emucfau. It was found to be too strongly fortified to be taken without artillery, so Coffee march back for the purpose of guarding the cannon on its way to a position to bear upon the town. This retrograde movement encouraged the Indians, and a strong party of them fell upon the right of Jackson's encampment. Coffee at once asked and obtained leave to lead two hundred men to the support of that wing, and to fall upon the left of the foe, while the friendly Indians should fall upon their right flank at the same moment. By some mistake only fifty-four men followed Coffee. The gallent General fell upon the Indians with these, and Jackson ordered two hundred of the friendly Indians to co-operate with him by attacking the right flank of the savages. "This order was promptly obeyed," said Jackson in his report, "and on the moment of its execution what I expected was realized. The enemy had intended the attack on the right as a feint, and , expecting to direct my attention thither, meant to attack me again with their main force, on the left flank, which they had hoped to find weakened and in disorder. They were disappointed." The General, with wise discretion, had only ordered his left to remain firm, but had repaired thither himself, and directed a part of the reserves, under Captain Ferrill, to hasten to its support. In this way the main body met the advancing enemy. They gave the foe two or three volleys, and then charged them vigorously with the bayonet. The Indians broke, and fled in confusion, hotly pursued some distance and the friendly Indians, unable to withstand the temptation, left their post on the right flank and joined in the chase, all the while pouring a harassing fire upon the fugitives.
General Coffee in the mean time was struggling manfully against the assailants on the right of the encampment. The desertion of the Indians supporters placed him in a critical situation, for the odds were greatly against him. he was soon relieved by the return from the chase of Jim Fife and a hundred if his warriors, who were immediately summoned to his support. The aid was timely. Coffee and his little party charged the savages vigorously, who, dispirited by the flight of their main body, gave way and ran for their lives in every direction, many of them falling before the destructive weapons of the pursuers. The victory, in the form of a repulse, was complete, but it had been won at the cost of a severe wound in his Body by General Coffee, and the loss of his Aid-De-Camp, Colonel A. Donelson, and two of three others. Several of the Privates were also wounded.
Notes for Gallant Estes:
Source of info: Military records & application for land grand by second wife.
"Estes Trails" Vol. 3 #4 Apr-Jul 1983; book titled "The Estes Family" by: Charles Estes;
Book Pictorial Field-Book, Jackson on the war-path again. Pages 774 & 775, Battle of Emucfau, Bravery of the Force. Gallent is also recorded as Gilbert and John in different documents. Gallant fought in the Revolutionary War as well as the War of 1812. Information supplied by: David Thomas
Notes for MARGARET "PEGGY" BARNHILL:
Source: Military records of Gallant Estes and Application for land Grant.
Book titled Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region, by Ramfre.
Will Book, Cannon County Tennessee Vol. A. 1836-1895 on microfilm number 1031068 titles: Ested Family Since 1804 from LDS archives.
Book titled Some Descendants of Robert Barnhill I, written by Virgin Barnhill.
Margaret son John say's she never married again and came to Arkansas with him in 1849 and lived with the family until she died in 1857. But, Margaret did marry again. She married Joel Mears on Sept 30 1827. He passed away Dec 21 1835. At this point Margaret never married again and then in 1849 moved with her son John.
More About MARGARET "PEGGY" BARNHILL:
Census: 18 September 1850, 284 Civil Dist #8 Cannon Co. TN; McCabe, Andrew household; Mears, Margaret age 76 female born South Carolina


Children of GALLANT ESTES and MARGARET BARNHILL are:

3. i. JOHN MOSES ESTES, b. 28 April 1804, Greenville CO South Carolina; d. 12 March 1881, Yellville, Marion CO AR.

4. ii. BETHANY E. ESTES, b. 27 February 1806, Greenville South Carolina; d. 12 March 1881, Yellville Marion Co AR.

5. iii. MALINDA ESTES, b. 02 March 1812.

iv. LANDA ESTES, b. 10 September 1813; m. MALACHIAH CORNING.

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Generation No. 3

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3. JOHN MOSES ESTES (GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 28 April 1804 in Greenville CO South Carolina, and died 12 March 1881 in Yellville, Marion CO AR.
He married CHARLOTTE MAY ELKINS 1829 in Cannon CO. TN, daughter of GRABRIEL ELKINS and STACY DILLARD. She was born 09 March 1809 in Buncombe CO North Carolina, and died 09 January 1908 in Flippen Marion CO, AR.
Notes for JOHN MOSES ESTES:
Information source Military records of Gallant Estes his father. Microfilm #1031068 LDS Archives Titled: Estes Family Since 1804; Book titled Reminiscent History Of The Ozarks Region of Ramfre John came to Tennessee from South Carolina with his mother, Margaret and siblings after his father died. He gained a moderate education and married. John and Charlotte lived in TN for about thirty years where ten of their twelve children were born. They left TN with OXEN and OLD TAR POLE WAGON. They landed in Yellville, AR in February 1849. John was a Blacksmith by trade.
From 1866 to 1868 he was Treasurer of Marion CO, AR. He was a signer of the articles of Incorporation for Yellville in 1872. He owned a mercantile business in Yellville for some time. He was a respected by his peers for having a great reputation and was a Deputy Sheriff for some time. John was a strong Democrat but was opposed to secession. All though he remained neutral during the war he leaned toward the Union. Five of his seven sons volunteered in the Confederate Service and fought for the Southern States. They were always proud of the choice they made and never felt like losers.
At the time of his death John was living on a small farm North of Yellville, AR. He was laid to rest at Mountain View Cemetery near Flippen, AR out near the airport.
A Reminiscent History Of The Ozark Region 1894 Information from book 1, Pioneer Families by Earl Berry 1980 Page 186-203

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MARION CO., ARK., FEDERAL LAND RECORDS
This file was compiled from the Bureau of Land Management land records and includes Homestead and Cash Entry Patents before 1908 for what is now Marion Co, AR.
This compilation was created by Joy Fisher, jfisher@ucla.edu and is part of the free service called ARGenWeb. http://www.usgenweb.com/ar
ESTES AMBROSE W 5 19N 16W 0 1901/06/08 ASSIGNEE OF JOHN SEALS
ESTES AMBROSE W 5 19N 16W 0 1901/06/08 ASSIGNEE OF JOHN SEALS
ESTES AMBROSE W 7 19N 16W 40 1901/05/08
ESTES AMBROSE W 8 19N 16W 0 1901/06/08 ASSIGNEE OF JOHN SEALS
ESTES AMBROSE W 8 19N 16W 0 1901/06/08 ASSIGNEE OF JOHN SEALS
ESTES AMBROSE W 8 19N 16W 120 1901/06/08 ASSIGNEE OF JOHN SEALS
ESTES DAVID 12 19N 16W 80 1906/11/28
ESTES EPHRAIM 27 21N 17W 0 1890/06/06
ESTES EPHRAIM 28 21N 17W 0 1890/06/06
ESTES EPHRAIM 28 21N 17W 160 1890/06/06
ESTES GEORGE E 2 19N 16W 90.8 1906/03/31
ESTES GEORGE E 35 19N 16W 40 1903/04/27
ESTES JAMES R 24 19N 16W 0 1885/05/04
ESTES JAMES R 25 19N 16W 80 1885/05/04
ESTES JAMES 26 18N 17W 40 1883/03/10
ESTES MISANIE 24 19N 16W 40 1876/04/01 WIDOW OF JOHN G ESTES
ESTES MYRA 33 19N 16W 0 1903/04/08 WIDOW OF JAMES ESTES
ESTES MYRA 33 19N 16W 0 1903/04/08 WIDOW OF JAMES ESTES
ESTES MYRA 34 19N 16W 120 1903/04/08 WIDOW OF JAMES ESTES
ESTES NATHANIEL 26 19N 16W 80 1899/04/17
ESTES THOMAS G 26 19N 16W 80 1884/02/15
ESTES WILLIAM M 18 19N 15W 80 1889/01/19
ESTIS JOHN 24 19N 16W 40 1855/03/01 *********Arrived from TN***********


More About JOHN MOSES ESTES:
Aka (Facts Pg): John Minton Moses Estes
Burial: March 1881, Mountain View Cemetery, Flippen, Marion County, AR
Census 1: 09 December 1850, 355-356 page 334 & 335 Marion Co Arkansas; Estes, John white male age 45 Blacksmith born SC
Census 2: 01 June 1860, 6-1 page 1 Yellville Post Office Marion Co ARK; Estes, John white male age 53 Farmer born SC
Census 3: 02 June 1880, 14-15 Dist 108 page 22 Union Twp Village of Yellville Marion Co AR; Estes, John white male age 76 Farmer born SC parents SC
Notes for CHARLOTTE MAY ELKINS:
Charlotte was of Scotch blood and her family moved from North Carolina to Tennessee when she was quite young.
She lost her eye sight and was blind For some time before she died. She lived with her son William for a number of years before she died at his home.
Nov 14 2005 Source: Ancestry.com Family Tree "Johnson/Brown: Contact: James Lee Johnson e-mail address; jmsjybrd15@ymconnect.com
More About CHARLOTTE MAY ELKINS:
Burial: January 1908, Mountain View Cemetery, Flippen, Marion County, AR
Census 1: 09 December 1850, 355-356 page 334 & 335 Marion Co Arkansas; Estes, Charlotte wife white female age 35 born NC
Census 2: 01 June 1860, 6-1 page 1 Yellville Post Office Marion Co ARK; Estes, Charlott white female age 50 wife born NC
Census 3: 02 June 1880, 14-15 Dist 108 page 22 Union Twp Village of Yellville Marion Co AR; Estes, Sharlot white female wife age 72 born NC parents born blank


Children of JOHN ESTES and CHARLOTTE ELKINS are:

6. i. EDWARD R. ESTES, b. 04 September 1826, Cannon CO or Warren Co Tennessee; d. 13 May 1862, Johnson Island Prison Camp, Lake Erie.

7. ii. MARGARET ANN "MARY" ESTES, b. 19 August 1828, Cannon CO. Tennessee; d. 1909.

8. iii. JOHN G. ESTES, b. 07 January 1830, Cannon CO Tennessee; d. 14 February 1873, Marion CO Arkansas.

9. iv. MARY CATHERINE "KATE" ESTES, b. 12 March 1835, Woodbury, Cannon CO TN; d. 25 March 1920, Marion County, AR.

10. v. ELIZABETH CAROLINA ESTES, b. 25 July 1835, Warrensburg, TN; d. 02 May 1915, Yellville Marion CO Arkansas.

11. vi. JAMES C. ESTES, b. 10 July 1839, Cannon CO Tennessee; d. April 1900, Marion CO Arkansas.

vii. PARALEE ESTES, b. 30 June 1842, Probably Cannon co TN; d. 24 February 1843, Cannon Co. Tennessee; m. EDMOND SILAS ELKINS.

12. viii. BENJAMIN MASON ESTES, b. 23 September 1844, Woodbury, Cannon CO TN; d. 13 August 1934, Harrison, AR.

13. ix. NATHANIEL ESTES, b. 08 November 1847, Cannon Co TN; d. 1915.

14. x. WILLIAM "BILL" ESTES, b. 10 February 1850, Marion Co Arkansas; d. 1940, Marion Co AR.

15. xi. THOMAS JEROME ESTES, b. 17 February 1852, Marion Co Arkansas; d. 18 September 1938, Oley AR.

xii. SILAS ESTES, b. 26 January 1854, Cannon Co TN; d. 11 July 1857, Cannon Co TN.

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4. BETHANY E. ESTES (GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 27 February 1806 in Greenville South Carolina, and died 12 March 1881 in Yellville Marion Co AR. She married ANDREW MCCABE in Probably TN. He was born Abt. 1811 in TN.

More About BETHANY E. ESTES:
Census: 18 September 1850, 284 Civil Dist #8 Cannon Co. TN; McCabe, Barthary wife age 42 born TN
More About ANDREW MCCABE:
Census: 18 September 1850, 284 Civil Dist #8 Cannon Co. TN; McCabe, Andrew age 39 self male Farmer born TN


Children of BETHANY ESTES and ANDREW MCCABE are:

i. WILLIAM B. MCCABE, b. Abt. 1831, TN.
More About WILLIAM B. MCCABE:
Census: 18 September 1850, 284 Civil Dist #8 Cannon Co. TN; McCabe, Wm. B. age 19 male born TN

ii. A. I. MCCABE, b. Abt. 1831, TN.
More About A. I. MCCABE:
Census: 18 September 1850, 284 Civil Dist #8 Cannon Co. TN; McCabe, A. I. age 19 male born TN

iii. MARY J. MCCABE, b. Abt. 1834, TN.
More About MARY J. MCCABE:
Census: 18 September 1850, 284 Civil Dist #8 Cannon Co. TN; McCabe, Mary I. age 16 female born TN

iv. MARGARET E. MCCABE, b. Abt. 1836, TN.
More About MARGARET E. MCCABE:
Census: 18 September 1850, 284 Civil Dist #8 Cannon Co. TN; McCabe, Margaret E. age 14 female born TN

v. JAMES H. OR W. MCCABE, b. Abt. 1838, TN.
More About JAMES H. OR W. MCCABE:
Census: 18 September 1850, 284 Civil Dist #8 Cannon Co. TN; McCabe, James W. age 12 male born TN

vi. PARLEE A. MCCABE, b. Abt. 1844, TN.
More About PARLEE A. MCCABE:
Census: 18 September 1850, 284 Civil Dist #8 Cannon Co. TN; McCabe, Parlee A. age 6 female born TN

vii. THOMAS A. MCCABE, b. Abt. 1846, TN.
More About THOMAS A. MCCABE:
Census: 18 September 1850, 284 Civil Dist #8 Cannon Co. TN; McCabe, Thos. A. L. age 4 male born Tn

viii. CHARLES H. OR W. MCCABE, b. 1850, TN.
More About CHARLES H. OR W. MCCABE:
Census: 18 September 1850, 284 Civil Dist #8 Cannon Co. TN; McCabe, Charles W. age 1 month male born TN

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5. MALINDA ESTES (GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 02 March 1812. She married WILLIAM B. THOMAS Abt. 1835 in TN.


Children of MALINDA ESTES and WILLIAM THOMAS are:

i. WILLIAM THOMAS, b. Abt. 1836, TN.

ii. HENRY J. THOMAS, b. Abt. 1838, TN.

iii. MARGARET THOMAS, b. Abt. 1840, TN.

iv. RACHEL THOMAS, b. Abt. 1843, TN.

v. ANDREW M. THOMAS, b. Abt. 1845, TN.

vi. JAMES E. THOMAS, b. Abt. 1847, TN.

vii. DAVID JACKSON THOMAS, b. 01 March 1850, Marshall Searcy Co AR; d. 10 July 1923, Halfway Baker Co Oregon; m. PERNINA ELIZABETH HENSLEY; b. 17 March 1852, TN; d. 16 November 1948, Halfway Baker Co Oregon.

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Generation No. 4

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6. EDWARD R. ESTES (JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 04 September 1826 in Cannon CO or Warren Co Tennessee, and died 13 May 1862 in Johnson Island Prison Camp, Lake Erie.
He married MARY ANN PARKER 08 December 1847 in Cannon Co TN, daughter of JOHN PARKER and MARY JOHNSON. She was born 1828 in Rutherford County, Tennesee, and died Aft. 29 June 1870 in Marion County, Arkansas.


Notes for EDWARD R. ESTES:
Member of the Confederate Army and died while in the service. He left a wife and six children. His youngest son "Little Ben" born 1861 was raised by Benjamin M. Estes, Edward's brother.
Death: 1965 in Johnson's Island Prison

REBEL SOLDIERS LIVED AND DIED IN JOHNSON'S ISLAND PRISON ON LAKE ERIE
Did you know there was a Union prison camp on Lake Erie for Confederate prisoners of war? Doc's News is proud to bring you this little-known story, by kind permission of its author and photographer, Roy S. Swartz. Additional photos by Carl Mashek. Johnson's Island prison site:
By Roy S. Swartz
During the Civil War, Johnson's Island, a small island in the Sandusky Bay served as a military prison for Confederate officers, enlisted men and civilians who were deemed disloyal to the union. 9000 men passed through the prison gates. There were 25 rebel generals and men who would become congressman. governors, ambassadors, authors, and physicians. Yes, even a private would one day sit on the Supreme Court.
Johnson's Island was a pleasant site, as prisons go, except in winter when the winds off Lake Erie howled through the camp. Life was hard, but the death rate was low compared to other Civil War prisons and encampments.
Despite a 12-foot plank fence, armed guards, and the fact the prison was on an island. several prisoners did escape. Some fled across the ice, one made it by rowboat, others boarded the daily steamboat for Sandusky posing as workmen. As many as 12 succeeded in getting off the island and getting to the safe haven of Canada or the south. Many more tried but were re-captured and returned to the island.
Most of the small island was used for the prison. No buildings remain, though a few features do tell a story of their existence. One earthen fort remains intact. The cemetery has 206 graves marked with white Georgia marble headstones. They were placed there in 1890. Prisoners themselves carved the original markers from bunk boards. (A cemetery plat is listed in "Rebels on Lake Erie " by Charles E. Frohman - 1965) Each Year a Memorial Day Service is held to honor and pay respect not only to the 206 buried in this cemetery, but to all others who had given their lives for their country. It is well attended from many states, both North and South.
Memorial Day originated during the Civil War, when some southern women chose May 30th to decorate soldiers' graves. The honor was for the dead of both the Union and Confederate armies. It is believed that Cassanda Oliver Moncure of Virginia was the one responsible for this event.
The cemetery today is a quiet, well-tended plot, surrounded by a black iron fence and guarded by a huge bronze statue of a Confederate soldier. He does not look to the south, since this position would be considered retreat. He faces north with a ceaseless vigil. The Confederate Monument, shown above, was sculptured by Sir Moses Ezekiel and dedicated in 1910. He also sculptured the Confederate monument at Arlington National Cemetery where he is buried. http://johnsonsisland.com


Dawes Final Rolls Results
Total Records: 2 Tribe Last First Middle Age Sex Blood Card Roll Misc Type
Cherokee Coker Charlotte 43 F IW IW92 92 NOWATA IW
Cherokee Estes Edward 0 M IW92 P <
More About EDWARD R. ESTES:
Burial: May 1862, Summit, Marion County, AR ??
Census 1: 09 December 1850, 354-355 page 334 Marion Co AR; Estes, Edward white male age 24 Farmer born TN
Census 2: 21 September 1860, 1481-1453 Pg 223 Bear Creek Twp Dubugre Post Office Carroll Co AR; Estes, Edward R. age 33 Farmer born TN
Fact 1: Have found two death dates, May 13 1862 Johnson Island Prison Camp and 1865 same location.
Fact 2: Unable to obtain information regarding the dead at Johnson Island Prison Camp said Lack of funding.
Fact 3: Am not sure if his remains made it home. Or if they are on the Island
Military service: Confederate Army


More About MARY ANN PARKER:
Census 1: 09 December 1850, 354-355 page 334 Marion Co AR; Estes, Mary wife white age 22 born TN
Census 2: 21 September 1860, 1481-1453 Pg 223 Bear Creek Twp Dubugre Post Office Carroll Co AR; Estes, Ann wife age 33 born TN
Census 3: 29 June 1870, 796-805 Springfield Campbell Twp Springfield P. O. Green Co MO; Estes, Ann age 43 head of household white born TN
Source: 1999, Lois Ainsworth Parker
More About EDWARD ESTES and MARY PARKER:
Marriage: 08 December 1847, Cannon Co TN


Children of EDWARD ESTES and MARY PARKER are:

16. i. JOHN GARRISON ESTES, b. April 1850, Marion County, Arkansas.

ii. THOMAS ESTES, b. Abt. 1851, AR.
More About THOMAS ESTES:
Census 1: 21 September 1860, 1481-1453 Pg 223 Bear Creek Twp Dubugre Post Office Carroll Co AR; Estes, Thos. D. W or N. C. ?? male ae 9 born AR
Census 2: 29 June 1870, 796-805 Springfield Campbell Twp Springfield P. O. Green Co MO; Estes, Thomas son age 19 farm hand born AR

iii. ELIZABETH ESTES, b. Abt. 1852, Marion co AR.

iv. WILLIAM L. ESTES, b. Abt. 1853, AR.
More About WILLIAM L. ESTES:
Census: 21 September 1860, 1481-1453 Pg 223 Bear Creek Twp Dubugre Post Office Carroll Co AR; Estes, Wm. L. sone age 7 born AR

17. v. EPHRAIM LEWIS ESTES, b. Abt. 1854, Lead Hill Arkansas; d. 1904, Nowata Nowata Co OK.

18. vi. CHARLOTTE ESTES, b. 30 November 1856, Marion co AR; d. Nowata OK.

vii. MARY "POLLY" ANN ESTES, b. 1858, AR.
More About MARY "POLLY" ANN ESTES:
Census 1: 21 September 1860, 1481-1453 Pg 223 Bear Creek Twp Dubugre Post Office Carroll Co AR; Estes, Polly Ann daughter age 2 born AR
Census 2: 29 June 1870, 796-805 Springfield Campbell Twp Springfield P. O. Green Co MO; Estes, Mary daughter age 12 born AR

viii. JAMES ESTES, b. Bet. 1858 - 1859, Marion co AR.

ix. NATHANIEL F ESTES, b. June 1860, Marion co AR.
More About NATHANIEL F ESTES:
Census 1: 21 September 1860, 1481-1453 Pg 223 Bear Creek Twp Dubugre Post Office Carroll Co AR; Estes, Nathaniel F. son age 3 months born AR
Census 2: 29 June 1870, 796-805 Springfield Campbell Twp Springfield P. O. Green Co MO; Estes, Nathaniel son age 10 born AR

19. x. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ESTES, b. 13 August 1861, Marion co AR; d. 09 March 1946, Dewey, Washington Co Oklahoma.

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7. MARGARET ANN "MARY" ESTES (JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 19 August 1828 in Cannon CO. Tennessee, and died 1909. She married GIDEON THOMPSON 26 December 1844 in Cannon County, TN, son of ISAAC THOMPSON and SARAH JAMES. He was born 1823 in Cannon CO. Tennessee, and died 29 May 1872.
Notes for MARGARET ANN "MARY" ESTES:
1880 census Mag Thompson is a widow.
Echo Newspaper 1891 June states Margaret Thompson had gone for serval weeks to visit kinfolks in Boone Co.
Sometime after Gideon's death she moved into her sister Elizabeth Caroline "Estes" Hutchinson home. Elizabeth's husband was named Hiram R. Hutchinson.
More About MARGARET ANN "MARY" ESTES:
Census: 09 December 1850, 356-357 page 334 & 335 Marion Co Arkansas; Thompson, Margaret wife age 22 born TN
More About GIDEON THOMPSON:
Census: 09 December 1850, 356-357 page 334 & 335 Marion Co Arkansas; Thompson, Gideon age 27 Blacksmith born TN
More About GIDEON THOMPSON and MARGARET ESTES:
Marriage: 26 December 1844, Cannon County, TN


Children of MARGARET ESTES and GIDEON THOMPSON are:

i. JOHN J. THOMPSON, b. Abt. 1845, TN.
More About JOHN J. THOMPSON:
Census: 09 December 1850, 356-357 page 334 & 335 Marion Co Arkansas; Thompson, John son white age 5 born TN Military service: Colonel Snables Unit in the Civil War Regiment in General Joe Shelby's division

ii. SARAH ELIZABETH THOMPSON, b. Abt. 1847, TN.
More About SARAH ELIZABETH THOMPSON:
Census: 09 December 1850, 356-357 page 334 & 335 Marion Co Arkansas; Thompson, Sarah E. daughter age 3 born TN

iii. CHARLOTTE A. THOMPSON, b. Abt. 1851.

iv. TENNESSEE THOMPSON, b. Abt. 1855.

v. ROBERT F. THOMPSON, b. Abt. 1858.

20. vi. MINERVA KATHERINE THOMPSON, b. 25 May 1860, Bradley co TN; d. 02 May 1932, Blanchard, McClain Co OK..

vii. MARTH JANE THOMPSON, b. Abt. 1862.

viii. JAMES GIBB THOMPSON, b. 1865, Marion co AR; m. LOU ELLA COWMAN, 25 December 1886; b. 02 January 1867.

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8. JOHN G. ESTES (JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 07 January 1830 in Cannon CO Tennessee, and died 14 February 1873 in Marion CO Arkansas. He married MISSOURI WOOD. She was born Abt. 1833 in Arkansas.
Notes for JOHN G. ESTES:
Some Marion County, Arkansas, Early Landholders
Estis, J. G. 30 Jan 1867
Estis, James 1 Feb 1867
Estis, Jno. 11 Feb 1854
Estis, William M. 19 Sep 1870
The Twenty-Seventh Arkansas Confederate Infantry Submitted by: Desmond Walls Allen Date: 25 May 2003 Copyright. All rights reserved.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm
Following are the names of the soldiers who served in the Twenty-seventh Arkansas Confederate Infantry. You may order a regimental history of this unit, "The Twenty-seventh Arkansas Confederate Infantry" from Arkansas Research, PO Box 303, Conway, AR 72033, for $16.00 plus shipping. The book lists company, rank in and out, enlistment date and place, and remarks about the soldiers' activities
ESTES, BENJAMIN M.
ESTES, CHARLES
ESTES, EDWARD
ESTES, JAMES
ESTES, JOHN G.
ESTES, ZACHARIAH
More About JOHN G. ESTES:
Census: 06 July 1860, 615-1 page 88 Yellville Post Office White River Twp Marion Co ARK; Estes, John C. age 28 white male married Blacksmith born TN
Military service: Civil War - Confederate Soldier
More About MISSOURI WOOD:
Census 1: 06 July 1860, 615-1 page 88 Yellville Post Office White River Twp Marion Co ARK; Estes, Missouri wife age 27 born Arkansas
Census 2: 18 June 1880, 250-284 White River Twp Dist 108 Marion Co AR; Estes, Missouria white female age 47 widow AR TN TN


Children of JOHN ESTES and MISSOURI WOOD are:

i. THOMAS GIDEON ESTES, b. 1851, AR; m. SARAH ANN OWENS, 31 December 1871, Boone Co AR.
More About THOMAS GIDEON ESTES:
Census: 06 July 1860, 615-1 White River Twp Yellville Post Office Marion Co AR; EStes, Gideon son age 9 born AR
Marriage Notes for THOMAS ESTES and SARAH OWENS:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~arboone/marriages.html
Estes, Thomas G. 21 Sarah A. Owens 17, 12/31/1871 page 53

ii. JAMES ROBERT ESTES, b. 1853, AR; m. TABBITHA MCAFEE; b. 1854, AR.
More About JAMES ROBERT ESTES:
Census 1: 06 July 1860, 615-1 White River Twp Yellville Post Office Marion Co AR; EStes, James R. son age 7 born AR
Census 2: 19 June 1880, 277-311 White River Twp Dist 108 Marion Co AR; Estes, Robert age 27 married born AR TN AR
More About TABBITHA MCAFEE:
Census: 19 June 1880, 277-311 White River Twp Dist 108 Marion Co AR; Estes, Tabbitha wife age 24 born AR Tn NC

iii. ANDREW J. ESTES, b. 1855, AR.
More About ANDREW J. ESTES:
Census: 06 July 1860, 615-1 White River Twp Yellville Post Office Marion Co AR; EStes, Andrew J. son age 5 born AR

iv. JOSEPH R. ESTES, b. 1856, AR; m. EMMER LEE; b. 1867.
More About JOSEPH R. ESTES:
Census 1: 06 July 1860, 615-1 White River Twp Yellville Post Office Marion Co AR; EStes, Joseph R. son age 4 born AR
Census 2: 18 June 1880, 250-284 White River Twp Dist 108 Marion Co AR; Estes, Joseph R. son age 24 born AR TN AR

v. JULIA ANN ESTES, b. 1858, AR.
More About JULIA ANN ESTES:
Census: 06 July 1860, 615-1 White River Twp Yellville Post Office Marion Co AR; EStes, Julia Ann daughter age 2 born AR

vi. SARAH JANE ESTES, b. 1859, AR.
More About SARAH JANE ESTES:
Census: 06 July 1860, 615-1 White River Twp Yellville Post Office Marion Co AR; EStes, Sarah J. daughter age 8 months born AR

vii. MARGARET ESTES, b. 1862; m. HENRY LUNDAY.

viii. MARY KATHERINE ESTES, b. 1865.
More About MARY KATHERINE ESTES:
Census: 18 June 1880, 250-284 White River Twp Dist 108 Marion Co AR; Estes, Mary C. daughter age 16 born AR TN AR

ix. HIRAM R. ESTES, b. 1867; m. ADA HIGGS.
More About HIRAM R. ESTES:
Census: 18 June 1880, 250-284 White River Twp Dist 108 Marion Co AR; Estes, Hiram son age 14 born AR TN AR

x. FRANKLIN ESTES, b. 1869.
More About FRANKLIN ESTES:
Census: 18 June 1880, 250-284 White River Twp Dist 108 Marion Co AR; Estes, Franklin son age 12 born AR TN AR

xi. SILAS ESTES, b. 1871, AR.
More About SILAS ESTES:
Census: 18 June 1880, 250-284 White River Twp Dist 108 Marion Co AR; Estes, Silas son age 9 born AR TN AR

xii. RANSURN ESTES, b. 1873, AR.
More About RANSURN ESTES:
Census: 18 June 1880, 250-284 White River Twp Dist 108 Marion Co AR; Estes, Ransum son age 7 born AR TN AR

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9. MARY CATHERINE "KATE" ESTES (JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 12 March 1835 in Woodbury, Cannon CO TN, and died 25 March 1920 in Marion County, AR. She married AMBROSE SEVIER WOOD, son of WILLIAM WOOD and RACHEL WILLIAMS. He was born 28 May 1835 in Yellville Marion CO AR, and died 30 November 1914 in Marion co AR.
More About MARY CATHERINE "KATE" ESTES:
Census: 09 December 1850, 355-356 page 334 & 335 Marion Co Arkansas; Estes, Catharine daughter white age 14 single born TN
Marriage Notes for MARY ESTES and AMBROSE WOOD: U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 Record about Mary Catherine Estes Name: Mary Catherine Estes Gender: female Birth Place: TN Birth Year: 1835 Spouse Name: Ambrose Sevier Wood Spouse Birth Place: AR Spouse Birth Year: 1833 Marriage Year: 1851 Number Pages: 1


Children of MARY ESTES and AMBROSE WOOD are:

i. PARALEE WOOD, b. Abt. 1854; m. JOHN MARTIN.

ii. WILLIAM WOOD, b. Abt. 1858.

iii. RACHEL E. WOOD, m. ZACK MCAFEE.

iv. MARY OLIVE WOOD, b. 1867; m. ALEXANDER HURST.

v. CHARLOTT ARMINA WOOD, b. 1868; m. CHARLES DAFFRON.

vi. HENRY W. OR H. WOOD, b. 1873; d. 1897; m. BETTY M. COWDRY.

vii. HARRISON JEROME WOOD, b. 1876; d. 1952; m. LUNDY JANE WHITLOCK.

viii. LILLY WOOD, b. 1878; d. 1899; m. TOM N. BURNS.

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10. ELIZABETH CAROLINA ESTES (JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 25 July 1835 in Warrensburg, TN, and died 02 May 1915 in Yellville Marion CO Arkansas. She married HIRAM R. HUTCHINSON. He was born Abt. 1832 in IL.
Notes for ELIZABETH CAROLINA ESTES:
Elizabeth is the widow of H. R. Hutchinson and she and Mrs. Gideon Thompson are living together. Mary C. (Mary Catherine "Kate" Estes) is the wife of A. S. Wood, James is living next door near Yellville, AR William resides one mile from that place. Silas died at the age of three years. Thomas J. is the editor of the "Lead Hill Sentinel", Boone CO, AR. The parents of these children were members of the Christian Church.
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More About ELIZABETH CAROLINA ESTES:
Census 1: 09 December 1850, 355-356 page 334 & 335 Marion Co Arkansas; Estes, Caroline E. daughter white age 16 single born TN
Census 2: 01 June 1860, 9-1 page 2 Yellville Post Office Marion Co ARK; Hutchison, Elizabeth age 27 white female wife born TN
More About HIRAM R. HUTCHINSON:
Census: 01 June 1860, 9-1 page 2 Yellville Post Office Marion Co ARK; Hutchison, H. R. age 29 white male married Blacksmith born IL


Children of ELIZABETH ESTES and HIRAM HUTCHINSON are:

i. JAMES B. HUTCHINSON, b. Abt. 1853, Arkansas.
More About JAMES B. HUTCHINSON:
Census: 01 June 1860, 9-1 page 2 Yellville Post Office Marion Co ARK; Hutchison, James B. son age 7 white male born Arkansas

ii. THOMAS G. HUTCHINSON, b. Abt. 1855, Arkansas.
More About THOMAS G. HUTCHINSON:
Census: 01 June 1860, 9-1 page 2 Yellville Post Office Marion Co ARK; Hutchison, Thos G. son age 5 white male born Arkansas

iii. ALBERT R. HUTCHINSON, b. Abt. 1859, Arkansas; d. 1929.
More About ALBERT R. HUTCHINSON:
Census: 01 June 1860, 9-1 page 2 Yellville Post Office Marion Co ARK; Hutchison, Albert R. son white male born Arkansas

iv. VIRGINIA SIS HUTCHINSON, b. Abt. 1860.

v. MISSOURI E. HUTCHINSON, b. Abt. 1871; d. 1900; m. JAMES E. WOOD.

vi. LEOPOLD MURPHY HUTCHINSON, b. Abt. 1876; d. 1955; m. LEOTA OTTIE GUINN; b. Abt. 1883.

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11. JAMES C. ESTES (JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 10 July 1839 in Cannon CO Tennessee, and died April 1900 in Marion CO Arkansas. He married MIRA MALURA MOORE in Probably Marion Co AR. She was born 1843 in NC.
More About JAMES C. ESTES:
Census 1: 09 December 1850, 355-356 page 334 & 335 Marion Co Arkansas; Estes, James son white age 12 born TN
Census 2: 01 June 1860, 6-1 page 1 Yellville Post Office Marion Co ARK; Estes, James C. son white male age 19 born TN
Census 3: 06 June 1880, 94-111 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, James white male age 41 born TN
Military service: Enlisted in the Confederate Army
More About MIRA MALURA MOORE:
Census: 06 June 1880, 94-111 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Myra M. wife age 36 born NC


Children of JAMES ESTES and MIRA MOORE are:

i. THEOPHILUS LEE ESTES, b. February 1866, Arkansas; d. 1921; m. HARRIETT HAMPTON.
More About THEOPHILUS LEE ESTES:
Census: 06 June 1880, 94-111 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Lee son age 14 born ARK

ii. ALBERT LACURGUS ESTES, b. 1867, Arkansas; m. SARAH MATILDA JANE "JANNIE" CANTRELL; b. 1862.
More About ALBERT LACURGUS ESTES:
Census: 06 June 1880, 94-111 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Albert L. son age 12 born ARK

iii. ELLEANOR T. ESTES, b. December 1869, in Marion CO Arkansas; m. J. E. BUTLER, 04 January 1890; b. TX.
More About ELLEANOR T. ESTES:
Census: 06 June 1880, 94-111 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Elleanor T. daughter age 10 born ARK

iv. GEORGE EMORY ESTES, b. December 1871, Marion County, AR; d. December 1965; m. (1) NANCY ELLEN NOE; b. 1881, Marion County, AR; m. (2) NANCY JANE FLIPPIN, 21 July 1942; b. 07 September 1891.
More About GEORGE EMORY ESTES:
Census: 06 June 1880, 94-111 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, George E. son age 8 born ARK

21. v. GILBERT JAMES MINTON ESTES, b. 22 January 1874, Marion CO Arkansas; d. 17 April 1958, Harrison, Boone Co AR.

vi. CLUDE CARL ESTES, b. 1876, Arkansas; m. ELLEN LOVELL; b. 1874.
More About CLUDE CARL ESTES:
Census: 06 June 1880, 94-111 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Clad C. son age 3 born ARK

vii. DAISY AMANDA ESTES, b. August 1879, Marion CO Arkansas; d. 06 January 1901; m. WILLIS BOYD.
More About DAISY AMANDA ESTES:
Census: 06 June 1880, 94-111 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Dasey A. daughter age 1 born ARK

viii. VIRGIL ESTES, b. December 1881, Marion CO Arkansas; m. MARY CASSIE SHARP; b. September 1872, Marion County, AR.
ix. CASSIE CORA ESTES, b. May 1884, Marion County, AR; d. 1927; m. DAVID RANSON TABOR; b. 1881; d. 1954.
x. EDNA RUBY ESTES, b. 13 January 1887, Marion County, AR; d. 1990; m. WILLIAM GARLAND SHARP; b. 22 February 1888, Marion County, AR; d. 1953.

xi. IRENE ESTES, b. September 1890, Marion County, AR.

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12. BENJAMIN MASON ESTES (JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 23 September 1844 in Woodbury, Cannon CO TN, and died 13 August 1934 in Harrison, AR.
He married (1) MARTHA "MATTIE" JACKSON 11 January 1866 in Yellville, AR, daughter of DAVID JACKSON and PHININA BROWN. She was born 25 October 1847 in Taney CO, MO, and died 17 January 1903 in Eros, AR.
He married (2) ELLEN LAYTON HART 26 January 1903 in AR. She was born 16 May 1849, and died 06 June 1924.
He married (3) EMELINE JANE STODDARD 23 September 1923 in AR.
Notes for BENJAMIN MASON ESTES:
Member of the firm Estes & Cowdrey, of Eros, AR which connection was made in NOV. 1893 Most of his life was around Marion and Boone Counties. At the age of 16 he entered the Confederate service (Harret Second Battalion, 27th Arkansas Infantry made up in Yellville, AR ) served faithfully from 1861 to 1865, being mustered out with the rank of Lieutenant in charge one section of courier line from Miss to Trans-Miss Department having participated in the engagements of Poison Springs, Marks Mill and too numerous others to mention. Upon his return he found his parents in a needy condition and he at once gave them his aid in the making of a crop, and he never again was blessed with the opportunity of attending school.
Elliott's Regiment under General Cabbell.
Military Marker in the Speer Cemetery reads:
Ben M. Estes Lieut. Co. C ARK Calvary Confederate States Army Sep. 23, 1844 Aug.13, 1934
He was carpenter, farmer, tradesman, and other trades. STRONG DEMOCRAT. Bought, built, and sold several homes finally settling on a farm in the Capps area of Boone Co., AR He was married three times being widowed two times.
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Source: Speer Cemetery Records;
15. Estes, Ben M. - 23 Sept 1844 - 13 Aug 1934
1) Martha Jackson - 25 Oct 1847 -- 17 Jan 1903
2) Ellen Layton Hart - 16 May 1849- 6 June 1924 (also ft. stones)
More About BENJAMIN MASON ESTES:
Burial: August 1934, Speers Cemetery, Boone County, AR
Census 1: 09 December 1850, 355-356 page 334 & 335 Marion Co Arkansas; Estes, Benjamin son white age 8 born TN
Census 2: 01 June 1860, 6-1 page 1 Yellville Post Office Marion Co ARK; Estes, Benjamin son age 16 white male born TN
Source: 14 November 2005, Http://www.rootsweb.com/~arboone/speer.html Speer Cemetery Records
Notes for MARTHA "MATTIE" JACKSON:
Source: Speer Cemetery Records;
15. Estes, Ben M. - 23 Sept 1844 - 13 Aug 1934
1) Martha Jackson - 25 Oct 1847 -- 17 Jan 1903
2) Ellen Layton Hart - 16 May 1849- 6 June 1924 (also ft. stones)
Notes for ELLEN LAYTON HART:
Source: Speer Cemetery Records;
15. Estes, Ben M. - 23 Sept 1844 - 13 Aug 1934
1) Martha Jackson - 25 Oct 1847 -- 17 Jan 1903
2) Ellen Layton Hart - 16 May 1849- 6 June 1924 (also ft. stones)
29. Hart, Ellen Layton see Estes, Ben


Children of BENJAMIN ESTES and MARTHA JACKSON are:

22. i. MULHULDA "HALDA" ESTES, b. 10 December 1866, Boone County, AR; d. 18 February 1905, Boone Co AR.

23. ii. BELVA ORA ESTES, b. 12 October 1868, Eros, AR; d. 26 May 1923.

iii. ALICE C. ESTES, b. 31 December 1869, Marion Co AR; d. 1947, Boone Co AR; m. JEFF G. PILLOW; b. 1862; d. 1936.

iv. IVA NORA ESTES, b. 04 November 1871, Boone Co AR; d. 14 March 1916, Boone Co AR; m. FAYETTE "FATE" ELAM, DR..
Notes for IVA NORA ESTES:
http://www/rootsweb.com/~arboone/speer.html
14. Elam, Iva Estes - 4 Nov 1871 - 14 Mar 1916 dau. /Ben M. Estes wf. / Dr. H. L. Elam
Burial: March 1916, Speer Cemetery Boone Co AR

v. ISA DORA ESTES, b. 11 January 1874, Marion Co AR; d. 1956, AR; m. W. T. TERRY.

24. vi. MARTIN OLIVER ESTES, b. 19 February 1876, Tarripin Creek, Flippen, AR; d. 23 May 1960, Harrison AR.

vii. ESSIE ESTES, b. 29 December 1879, Gaither Mtn., AR; d. 1934; m. JOHN B. STALKUP; b. 1877; d. 1954.

viii. NETTIE ESTES, b. 13 March 1884; d. 1922; m. JOE MCLANE, 1901.

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13. NATHANIEL ESTES (JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 08 November 1847 in Cannon Co TN, and died 1915. He married LYDIA CANTRELL Abt. 1868, daughter of WILLIAM CANTRELL and ELIZABETH PAYNE.
More About NATHANIEL ESTES:
Aka (Facts Pg): Nat
Census 1: 09 December 1850, 355-356 page 334 & 335 Marion Co Arkansas; Estes, Nathaniel son white age 6 born TN
Census 2: 01 June 1860, 6-1 page 1 Yellville Post Office Marion Co ARK; Estes, Nathaniel son age 13 white male born TN
Military service: Served in Col. Snables regiment during the Civil War and in General Joe Shalby's Divison.
Note: 1891, Echo Newspaper, says Nat Estes hit a Bonanza in a 100 tons of Zinc at his mine.


Children of NATHANIEL ESTES and LYDIA CANTRELL are:

i. MAY ESTES.

ii. MARY A. ESTES, b. Abt. 1870.

iii. WILLIAM KENNETH ESTES, b. Abt. 1871; d. 1905; m. BETTY ANDERSON.

iv. JOHN T. ESTES, b. Abt. 1873; m. MARTHA HAMILTON.

v. AMBROSE W. ESTES, b. Abt. 1876; m. MARY E. NOE.

vi. NEAL ESTES, b. Abt. 1878.

vii. GEORGE ESTES, b. Abt. 1884.

viii. PERCY ESTES, b. Abt. 1886.

ix. EDWARD ESTES, b. Abt. 1887.

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14. WILLIAM "BILL" ESTES (JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 10 February 1850 in Marion Co Arkansas, and died 1940 in Marion Co AR.
He married (1) JULY COVINGTON. She was born 01 January 1855 in KY, and died 28 October 1900.
He married (2) IVY PRICHARD. She was born Abt. 1877. He married (3) JOSEPHINE LOFLAND. She was born Abt. 1833.
More About WILLIAM "BILL" ESTES:
Burial: 1940, Layton Cemetery Yellville AR
Census 1: 09 December 1850, 355-356 page 334 & 335 Marion Co Arkansas; Estes, William son white age 6/12 born TN
Census 2: 01 June 1860, 6-1 page 1 Yellville Post Office Marion Co ARK; Estes, William son age 10 white male born Arkansas
Census 3: 15 June 1880, 204-230 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, William white male age 30 born AR NC SC farmer
More About JULY COVINGTON:
Burial: October 1900, Layton Cemetery Yellville AR
Census: 15 June 1880, 204-230 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, July wife white age 24 born KY KY KY


Children of WILLIAM ESTES and JULY COVINGTON are:

i. JACK ESTES, d. 1940; m. MARY VANZANDT.

ii. DAVID ESTES, b. Abt. 1874, AR.
More About DAVID ESTES:
Census: 15 June 1880, 204-230 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, David son age 6 born AR AR KY

iii. BENJAMIN ESTES, b. Abt. 1876, AR.
More About BENJAMIN ESTES:
Census: 15 June 1880, 204-230 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Benjamin son age 4 born AR AR KY

iv. CHARLES WESTERN ESTES, b. Abt. 1877, AR; d. 1956; m. MATILDA NOE VANCEL; b. 1884; d. 1960.
More About CHARLES WESTERN ESTES:
Census: 15 June 1880, 204-230 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Charles son age 2 born AR AR KY

v. WILLIAM MARTIN ESTES, b. October 1881; d. 1962; m. MAUDE PERKINS.

vi. JOHN WESLEY ESTES, b. 28 December 1883, AR; d. 11 May 1974; m. MARY LAYTON.

vii. MARY IDELLA ESTES, b. April 1886, Ar; m. (1) ICA ENDSLEY; m. (2) BERT GIBSON.

viii. JAMES MURPHY ESTES, b. January 1888; m. JESSIE PRICHARD.

ix. ALVIN ESTES, b. January 1890, AR; m. NANCY E. ELLIS.

x. MARVIN ESTES, b. February 1892; m. EULA HELMS.

xi. DENNIS ESTES, b. April 1894; d. 17 July 1918.


Children of WILLIAM ESTES and IVY PRICHARD are:

xii. JOE ESTES.

xiii. ESTER ESTES.

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15. THOMAS JEROME ESTES (JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 17 February 1852 in Marion Co Arkansas, and died 18 September 1938 in Oley AR. He married MARY MARGARET BELL Abt. 1872. She was born 19 July 1854 in AL, and died 07 June 1923.
More About THOMAS JEROME ESTES:
Census 1: 01 June 1860, 6-1 page 1 Yellville Post Office Marion Co ARK; Estes, Thomas J. son age 8 white male born Arkansas
Census 2: 17 June 1880, 231-264 Dist 108 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Thomas white male age 29 married farmer born AR SC TN
Occupation 1: Editor of the Lead Hill Sentinel in Boone Co AR
Occupation 2: Bet. 1880 - 1882, County Coroner
More About MARY MARGARET BELL:
Census: 17 June 1880, 231-264 Dist 108 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Mary wife white age 25 born AL IN AL


Children of THOMAS ESTES and MARY BELL are:

i. TAMZY C. ESTES, b. Abt. 1873, AR.
More About TAMZY C. ESTES:
Census: 17 June 1880, 231-264 Dist 108 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Tamzy C. daughter age 7 born AR AR AL

ii. JOHN C. ESTES, b. Abt. 1874, AR.
More About JOHN C. ESTES:
Census: 17 June 1880, 231-264 Dist 108 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, John C. son white age 6 born AR AR AL

iii. MARTHA BELL ESTES, b. Abt. 1880, AR.
More About MARTHA BELL ESTES:
Census: 17 June 1880, 231-264 Dist 108 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Martha B. daughter age 5/12 born AR AR AL

iv. LEONIDAS KIRBY ESTES, b. Abt. 1881; d. 1969; m. ELLA PADEN; b. 1911.

v. MARY HATTIE ESTES, b. Abt. 1884; m. WALTER PADEN.

vi. WILLIAM THOMAS ESTES, b. 05 December 1886; d. 07 January 1958; m. ALTA BELL JACKSON; b. Abt. 1896.

vii. JAMES HENRY NEAL ESTES, b. Abt. 1888; d. 1965.

viii. WALTER LAFAYETTE ESTES, b. Abt. 1891; d. 1969.

ix. ELIZABETH J. "BETTIE" ESTES, b. Abt. 1896.

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Generation No. 5

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16. JOHN GARRISON ESTES (EDWARD R.4, JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born April 1850 in Marion County, Arkansas. He married EDWINERY L. ?. She was born Abt. 1845 in Arkansas.
More About JOHN GARRISON ESTES:
Census 1: 09 December 1850, 354-355 page 334 Marion Co AR; Estes, John G. son age 8/12 born AR
Census 2: 06 June 1880, 79-85 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, John white male age 28 born ARK parents born TN
More About EDWINERY L. ?:
Census 1: 06 June 1880, 79-85 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Edwinery L. or Edmany L. wife age 29 born ARK parents born unable to read
Census 2: 06 June 1900, 43-43 Twp 25 North Range 16 East Cherokee Nation Indian Territory; Estes, Edmary L. white female born June 1845 age 55 widow mother of 6, 4 living born WV KY WV
Fact 1: 06 June 1880, Census shows her born in Arkansas, but the children show their mother born VA, They must have a different mother!!!! Sharlee


Children of JOHN ESTES and EDWINERY ? are:

25. i. MARY EFFIE ESTES, b. 1874, Arkansas.

ii. JOSEPH EPHRIAM ESTES, b. 26 June 1875, Arkansas.
Notes for JOSEPH EPHRIAM ESTES:
WW1 Registration Draft Card 1917-1918
Joseph Ephriam Estes #447 #35-2-14-C
Resident: Nowata OK Age: 43 Born: June 26 1875 Race: White
Occupation: Laborer Employer: H. P. Wilkinson Of Nowata OK
Nearest Relative: Mrs. F. M. Sullivan of Alluwe OK
Tall, slender, brown hair and eyes
Signed Sept 18 1918 signed Joseph Ephraim Estes More About JOSEPH EPHRIAM ESTES:
Census 1: 06 June 1880, 79-85 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Joseph E. son age 4 born ARk parents born ARK VA
Census 2: 06 June 1900, 43-43 Twp 25 North Range 16 East Cherokee Nation Indian Territory; Estes, Joseph E. son born June 1875 age 24 single born AR AR WV

iii. TABBITHA E ESTES, b. 1879, Arkansas.
More About TABBITHA E ESTES:
Census: 06 June 1880, 79-85 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Tabbitha E. daughter born ARK parents born ARK VA

iv. KENNETH EDWARD ESTES, b. 09 April 1883, AR; m. MINNIE A. ?; b. Abt. 1899, MO.
Notes for KENNETH EDWARD ESTES:
W W 1 Draft Registration Card 1917-1918 #548 #35-2-14-C
Kenneth Edward Estes Residence: Alluwe Nowata Co OK
Age 35 born April 9 1883. Race: White
Occupation: Assistant Engineer Employer: Amity Gasoline Co #No 2 Alluwe Nowata Co OK
Nearest Relative: Effie Sullivan sister Alluwe Nowata OK
Signed at Nowata Co OK Sept 12 1918 Kenneth Edward Estes
Tall, slender blue eyes and brown hair
More About KENNETH EDWARD ESTES:
Census 1: 06 June 1900, 43-43 Twp 25 North Range 16 East Cherokee Nation Indian Territory; Estes, Kenneth K. son born April 1884 age 16 single born AR AR WV
Census 2: 17 January 1920, 104 Dist 58 Alluwe Nowata Co OK; Estes, Kenneth white male age 35 married born AR US US
Occupation: 17 January 1920, Driver Truck for Oil Company
More About MINNIE A. ?:
Census: 17 January 1920, 104 Dist 58 Alluwe Nowata Co OK; Estes, Minnie A. wife age 21 born MO MO MO

v. WILLIAM L. ESTES, b. June 1890, AR.
More About WILLIAM L. ESTES:
Census: 06 June 1900, 43-43 Twp 25 North Range 16 East Cherokee Nation Indian Territory; Estes, William L. son born June 1890 age 10 single born AR AR WV

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17. EPHRAIM LEWIS ESTES (EDWARD R.4, JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born Abt. 1854 in Lead Hill Arkansas, and died 1904 in Nowata Nowata Co OK.
He married MARINDA RISLEY, daughter of BENJAMIN RISLEY and SARAH MILLER. She was born Abt. 1850 in Ozark Co MO, and died Abt. 1935.
Notes for EPHRAIM LEWIS ESTES:
Nowata Cemetery was canvassed by Elsie Berg and Jeannie Inman and is copyright protected Submitted for online use with permission by Jo Crabtree 10/1/2003
Nowata Memorial Park Cemetery (Part 3) Nowata, Nowata County, Oklahoma
ESTES, Ben 1861 9 Mar 1946
ESTES, E "Tob" 1 May 1879 14 May 1899 BR FH brane fever* ord by Ben Estes* resid 5mi E Nwt
ESTES, Edmon L 1846 1913 BR FH canser of stomack* Roberts & Son FH
ESTES, Ephram nd 1854 17 May 1904 BR ord Louis Cooker* Roberts & Son FH
ESTES, John G 2 May 1850 20 Feb 1900 BR FH measles* ord by Ben Estes* res 5mi E Nwt
ESTES, Lewis 27 Jun 1890 3 Dec 1881 V BR PFC US ARMY WW I
ESTES, Lorena 1866 1934
ESTES, Naomi 4 Oct 1932 4 Oct 1932 N


Mt. Washington Cemetery is located on top of a hill one mile west of Lenapah, Nowata Co. Oklahoma. This Beautiful cemetery was canvase by Jeannie Inman and Elsie Berg This work is copyrighted.
ESTES Clyde C 25 Aug 1908 6 Oct 1976
ESTES Glenn Arthur 2 Dec 1909 6 Oct 1971 OK F1 USNR WW II
ESTES Glenn Dodd 1939 1939
ESTES Helen M 12 May 1912 17 Oct 1993
ESTES Nora V 23 Apr 1919
More About EPHRAIM LEWIS ESTES:
Aka (Facts Pg): Lewis Ephraim Estes
Burial: 1904, Relocated portion of Memorial Cemetery Nowata, Nowata Co OK
Census 1: 21 September 1860, 1481-1453 Pg 223 Bear Creek Twp Dubugre Post Office Carroll Co AR; Estes, Lewis E. son age 5 born AR
Census 2: 29 June 1870, 796-805 Springfield Campbell Twp Springfield P. O. Green Co MO; Estes, Lewis son age 15 born AR
Census 3: 06 June 1880, 84-88 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Ephraim white male age 27 married born ARK parents born TN (no children listed yet)


Notes for MARINDA RISLEY:
Re: William M Estes and wife Alta 1930 Seminole OK Census & Kenneth and wife Maude Estes
Author: richard Abel Date: 16 Oct 2005 10:30 PM GMT Classification: Query
In Reply to: William M Estes and wife Alta 1930 Seminole OK Census & Kenneth and wife Maude Estes by: Sharlee Birge-MacNeil
I can help with some information about Kenneth Estes. His parents are Ephraim Estes and Luvina Marinda Risley. We have some fairly extensive information on the Estes side of the family but have virtually no information ont he Risley side. Kenneth had a sister Sarah (my husbands Great Grandmother) and it is said that there was one other brother, Todd, and another sister, Lavinia but we have yet to prove the last two. If you are interested I can send you our Estes information. Thanks - pam


Re: Jeremiah Risley III
Author: richard Abel Date: 10 Oct 2005 8:15 PM GMT
Surnames: Risley, Estes Classification: Query
In Reply to: Jeremiah Risley III by: Ronald Risley
We are searching for a Luvina Marinda Risley. born aorund 1850? We know she married Ephraim Estes sometime around or before 1880 in Marion Arkansas. We have been unable to find where she came from or where she went after 1890. We know they had at least one daughter Sarah Elizabeth Estes Tate and at least one son, Kenneth Estes, but are told of two others, Luvinia and Todd.
She is listed with Ephraim as owning land and on census as Marindy. She is listed on death records for Sarah and Kenneth as Luvina. we assume she was at some time here in Oklahoma. Any information you might have about who her family might be would be appreciated. Thanks for your time - Pam


Re: Ben Risley & Family Ozark Co MO
Author: richard Abel Date: 21 Sep 2005 7:30 PM GMT
Surnames: Estes, Risley Classification: Query
Hi!!!
My husband Richard is the great great grandson of Ephraim Estes and " Marindy Rislely". We are searching for information on her before and after she was with Ephraim.
We know that they owned land in Marion co. Arkansas until 1900. We know that they had at least 2 children and are told that there are 2 more. Any information you can give would be greatly appreciated and of course you are welcome to all that we have. Thanks for your time and hope to hear from you! Pam Abel


Ben Risley & Family Ozark Co MO
Author: Sharlee Date: 4 Aug 2004 11:42 PM GMT Classification: Query
Hello, I have trying to find out information on Benjamin Risley and his family. All that I have to go by is the 1850 Ozark Co MO census. I believe Ben and family members might be buried in the Lize Friend Grave Yard on Little North Fork, as told IN Turnbo's.
The 1850 census shows that Ben & Sarah Miller Brown Risley had a daughter named Marinda that was 9/12 old. I have a Marindy Risley marrying Ephraim Estes. Hope some one can help.
More About MARINDA RISLEY:
Census 1: 12 September 1850, 141 page 21 Dist 45 Ozark Co MO; Risley, Marinda daughter age 3/12 born MO
Census 2: 21 June 1860, 296-296 Post Office Falling Springs page 45 Ozark co MO; Anderson, Lucinda daughter age 8 born MO (is this Marinda??)
Census 3: 21 July 1870, 28-28 Post Office Yellville page 4 Sugarloaf Twp Marion Co AR; Bisby, Marinda white female age 19 born MO
Census 4: 06 June 1880, 84-88 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Marindy white female wife age 27 born TN parents born TN (no children listed yet)

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RISLEY FAMILY TREE

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Children of EPHRAIM ESTES and MARINDA RISLEY are:

26. i. SARAH ELIZABETH ESTES, b. 04 January 1881, Peel AR; d. 17 February 1935.

27. ii. KENNETH BENJAMIN ESTES, b. 05 July 1885, Arkansas; d. 31 January 1944, Colton, San Bernardino Co CA.

28. iii. WILLIAM MATTHEW ESTES, b. 27 June 1889, Arkansas; d. 21 April 1961, Colton, San Bernardino Co CA.

iv. LUVENIA ESTES, b. Abt. 1882 in Arkansas, and died in San Bernardino County, California.
She married (1) THOMAS CLYDE BRANNAN, son of DAVID BRANNAN and MARY HUNT. He was born 07 February 1884 in Jewell, Kansas, and died in Casper, Wyoming.
She married (2) JAMES "JIM" TANNER.
More About LUVENIA ESTES:
Aka (Facts Pg): Known by her nieces and nephews as Veen


Notes for THOMAS CLYDE BRANNAN:
Nov 11, 2010
Hi,
I just found your website. My father and his family are from Oklahoma and Arkansas. His mother was a Brannan. Her father was Clyde Brannan and his father was David. They had a farm on the Verdigris river Northwest of Chelsea on the west side of the river. My grandma grew up on that farm at Watova. Her mother was Luvenia Estes Brannan and I knew her well. After Clyde left her, she married Jim Tanner there in the area. When my grandma married my grandfather in 1920 (Otha Abraham Creason), my great grandmother's last name was now Tanner. My grandfather, Otha, was first married to a Cherokee girl named Susie Beck of the Beck's in Chelsea. They had a son together but he died at one or two years old. Susie's older sister, Lucy was married to my grandpa cousin, Paul Creason and they had a daughter names Louise. Paul's parents raised Louise as one of their own. I knew Paul's younger brother, Clarence, very well (Riverside California). Jim Tanner has a sister and she was married to my grandpa's dad after his mom died, grandpa's mother was Stella Mohney Creason and she is buried in Chelsea Oklahoma, in the Dawes cemetery (died 1916). My grandpa said she had a lot of Indian in her but we've not been able to verify that. We are wondering if you have more information on the Brannan's in the Nowata area. Clyde had two families, the first one with my Gram and then a second one with the younger wife. There were several boys. My grandmother, Mary Alice Brannan Creason was his firstborn. My father was born in Jennings Oklahoma in 1921 when Grandma was 16 years old.
Anita Messenger
More About THOMAS CLYDE BRANNAN:
Source: 11 November 2010, Anita Messenger

Child of LUVENIA ESTES and THOMAS BRANNAN is:
i. MARY ALICE BRANNAN, b. 11 October 1904, Nowata, Oklahoma; d. 30 March 1969, Victorville, CA; m. OTHA ABRAHAM CREASON; b. 19 June 1897, Oakland, Marion Co AR; d. 27 June 1979, Victorville, CA.
Notes for MARY ALICE BRANNAN:
California Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: Mary A Creason
Sex: Female
Birth Date: 11 Oct 1904
Birthplace: Oklahoma
Death Date: 30 Mar 1969
Death Place: San Bernardino
Mother's Maiden Name: Estes

v. TODD ESTES.

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18. CHARLOTTE ESTES (EDWARD R.4, JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 30 November 1856 in Marion co AR, and died in Nowata OK.
She married LEWIS CASS COKER 18 May 1872 in Cooweescoowee District Cherokee Nation Indian Territory (now Nowata OK), son of DEMPSY COKER and ELIZA. He was born 02 May 1850 in Marion co AR, and died 11 December 1936 in Sandsprings OK.
Notes for CHARLOTTE ESTES:
Dawes Final Rolls Results
Total Records: 11 Tribe Last First Middle Age Sex Blood Card Roll Misc Type
Cherokee Coker Arthur L 16 M 1/32 4493 10771 NOWATA BB
Cherokee Coker Benjamin F 10 M 1/32 4493 10773 NOWATA BB
Cherokee Coker Calvin F 19 M 1/32 4493 10770 NOWATA BB
Cherokee Coker Charlotte 43 F IW 4493 92 NOWATA BB
IW MEANS INTERMARRIED WHITE
Cherokee Coker Cynthia E 1 F 1/32 4493 10775 NOWATA BB
Cherokee Coker Dempy F 0 M 4493 P
Cherokee Coker Eliza 0 F 4493 P
Cherokee Coker Kittie 5 F 1/32 4493 10774 NOWATA BB
Cherokee Coker Lewis C 50 M 1/16 4493 10769 NOWATA BB
Cherokee Coker Mary L 13 F 1/32 4493 10772 NOWATA BB
Cherokee Estes Edward 0 M 4493 P ONLY REASON EDWARD IS SHOWN IS THAT HE IS THE PARENT OF CHARLOTTE ESTES COKER.


Notes for LEWIS CASS COKER:
Marriages from Nowata County, Oklahoma
Transcribed by Robin Briggs from information provided by Jeannie Inman
Coker, Benjamin F. 18 Estes, Maude 19 Jan. 23, 1908 Nowata
Coker, W. P. 26 Hendrickson, Lillian 17 Feb. 13, 1910 Alluwe
More About LEWIS COKER and CHARLOTTE ESTES:
Marriage: 18 May 1872, Cooweescoowee District Cherokee Nation Indian Territory (now Nowata OK)


Children of CHARLOTTE ESTES and LEWIS COKER are:

i. ARTHUR LEE COKER.

ii. MARY LOUISA COKER.

iii. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN COKER.

iv. CATHERINE COKER.

v. CYNTHIA ELIZABETH COKER.

vi. WILLIAM WALTER COKER, b. 08 December 1873.

vii. MARTHA THOMAS COKER, b. 01 May 1878.

viii. CALVIN FIELDS COKER, b. 05 May 1881.

ix. KITTIE COKER.

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19. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ESTES (EDWARD R.4, JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 13 August 1861 in Marion co AR, and died 09 March 1946 in Dewey, Washington Co Oklahoma. He married GENIRA MUSICK. She was born 1859, and died 1882.
Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ESTES:
1. Dawes Final Rolls Results
Total Records: 3 Tribe Last First Middle Age Sex Blood Card Roll Misc Type
Cherokee Estes Benjamin 39 M IW R1133 ALLUWE R
Cherokee Estes Edward 0 M R1133 P only showing up as Benjamins parents
Cherokee Estes Mary 0 F R1133 P
The above final Dawes roll shows IW means intermarried white
2. Dawes Final Rolls Results
Total Records: 3 Tribe Last First Middle Age Sex Blood Card Roll Misc Type
Cherokee Estes Ben 39 M IW D603 NR ALLOWEE D
Cherokee Estes Ed 0 M D603 P
Cherokee Estes Mary 0 F D603 P D603 means denied


Child of BENJAMIN ESTES and GENIRA MUSICK is:

i. OSCAR OLIVER ESTES, b. 01 November 1881, Flippin, Arkansas.

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20. MINERVA KATHERINE THOMPSON (MARGARET ANN "MARY"4 ESTES, JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 25 May 1860 in Bradley co TN, and died 02 May 1932 in Blanchard, McClain Co OK..
She married JOHN CAROLL JOHNSON 1887 in Yellville Marion Co AR by Rev. Soward, son of JAMES JOHNSON and ARILLA TISON. He was born 08 May 1856 in Corinth Mississippi, and died 15 February 1935 in Blanchard, McClain Co OK..
Notes for MINERVA KATHERINE THOMPSON:
1880 census Arkansas Marion County ED 108 page 15 Union & White River
102-166 John C. Johnson age 23 farmer born Miss AL AL
Catherine wife age 20 born AR TN TN
Found living next door to his father James Lee Johnson
1910 census Grady County OK household 151
John Johnson age 53 born MS MS MS
Katie age 51 b AR TN TN
Claude age 21 b AR
Homer age 19 b AR
Marvin age 18 b AR
Gillis age 16 b AR
Paul age 13 b AR
Willie age 10 b AR
Renia age 17 daughter in law b TN TN TN (Renia is Claude's wife)
Census taker drew an arrow to his name and hers on report.
More About MINERVA KATHERINE THOMPSON:
Burial: Blanchard, McClain Co., Oklahoma Oklahoma
More About JOHN CAROLL JOHNSON:
Burial: Blanchard, McClain Co., Oklahoma Oklahoma
More About JOHN JOHNSON and MINERVA THOMPSON:
Marriage: 1887, Yellville Marion Co AR by Rev. Soward


Children of MINERVA THOMPSON and JOHN JOHNSON are:

i. CLARENCE JOHNSON, b. 25 October 1880, Yellville Marion CO Arkansas.

ii. NORA CARRY JOHNSON, b. 12 April 1882, Yellville Marion CO AR.

iii. CORA ALICE JOHNSON, b. 24 January 1884, Yellville Marion CO AR.

iv. LINDLEY CLYDE JOHNSON, b. 05 April 1886, Yellville Marion CO AR.

v. JAMES CLAUDE JOHNSON, b. 14 May 1888, Yellville Marion CO AR.

vi. HOMER OLIVER JOHNSON, b. 02 April 1889.

vii. MARVIN ELMER JOHNSON, b. 02 February 1892, Yellville Marion CO AR.

viii. IDA LILLIAN JOHNSON, b. 02 August 1895, Yellville Marion CO AR.

ix. GILLIS GIDEON JOHNSON, b. 31 December 1896, Yellville Marion CO AR.

x. OSCAR PAUL JOHNSON, b. 30 May 1898, Ada Pontonto Co OK.

xi. WILLIE ALVIS JOHNSON, b. 29 December 1900, Ada Pontonto Co OK.

xii. JOHN CARROLL JOHNSON, b. 25 May 1902, Ada Pontonto Co OK.

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21. GILBERT JAMES MINTON ESTES (JAMES C.4, JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 22 January 1874 in Marion CO Arkansas, and died 17 April 1958 in Harrison, Boone Co AR.
He married ANNA GERTRUDE HAWKINS, daughter of BYARD HAWKINS and MINERVA NALL. She was born 18 October 1878 in Yellville, AR, and died 05 March 1963 in Harrison, Boone Co AR.
More About GILBERT JAMES MINTON ESTES:
Burial: April 1958, Elmwood Cemetery
Census: 06 June 1880, 94-111 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Gilbert J. son age 6 born ARK
Source: Elmwood Cemetery records
More About ANNA GERTRUDE HAWKINS:
Burial: March 1963, Elmwood Cemetery


Children of GILBERT ESTES and ANNA HAWKINS are:

i. ARZONA BELL ESTES.

ii. FLOYD BARLEY ESTES, b. 26 January 1911, Yellville, AR; m. JEAN ILLENE DUNN, 01 June 1947, Boone County, AR; b. 22 November 1924, Villisca, IA.
Notes for FLOYD BARLEY ESTES:
Floyd spent most of his life around Boat Mountain. Floyd also used to drive a school bus for Valley Spring where he met his wife Jean. They married and then raised their family around the Boat Mountain and Valley Spring area. Floyd also worked for Farmers Lumber for 25 years where he retired.
More About FLOYD ESTES and JEAN DUNN:
Marriage: 01 June 1947, Boone County, AR

iii. ELMER JAMES ESTES, b. 01 October 1912, Yellville AR; d. 19 October 1971, Fayetteville, AR; m. HAZEL C. MCINTURFF; b. 28 September 1919.
More About ELMER JAMES ESTES:
Burial: October 1971, Elmwood Cemetery

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22. MULHULDA "HALDA" ESTES (BENJAMIN MASON4, JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 10 December 1866 in Boone County, AR, and died 18 February 1905 in Boone Co AR.
She married (1) EUGENE SPEER. He was born 23 November 1868, and died 16 August 1896.
She married (2) AQUILLA ALBRIGHT. He was born 16 August 1896, and died 08 February 1923.
Notes for MULHULDA "HALDA" ESTES:
Cemetery Location: Speer Cemetery - S2 T18N R21W - Hwy 206 (Capps Rd) to Oxford Dr. N for .2 mi. to first road on right (Estes Rd.) then east .5 mi. to gate on left, .2 mi. to cemetery.
More About MULHULDA "HALDA" ESTES:
Burial: 18 February 1905, Speer Cemetery Capps area of Boone CO, AR
More About EUGENE SPEER:
Burial: August 1896, Speer Cemetery, Capps, AR
More About AQUILLA ALBRIGHT:
Burial: February 1923, Speer Cemetery Capps area of Boone CO, AR
Source: 14 November 2005, Http://www.rootsweb.com/~arboone/speer.html Speer Cemetery Records


Child of MULHULDA ESTES and AQUILLA ALBRIGHT is:

i. MATTIE ALBRIGHT, b. 17 August 1901; m. WILLIAM TERRY.

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23. BELVA ORA ESTES (BENJAMIN MASON4, JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 12 October 1868 in Eros, AR, and died 26 May 1923.
She married JOHN ALLEN COWDREY July 1887. He was born 01 May 1865 in in Green CO MO, and died 01 July 1927.
More About BELVA ORA ESTES:
Burial: Layton Cemetery Marion Co AR
Notes for JOHN ALLEN COWDREY:
CHASE, COWDREY, ESTES, JEFFERSON, JETT, KIRBY, WILSON posted by Rhio Reh Gillis on Friday, May 26, 1933
Bleva Ora [ESTES] Cowdrey d. May 26, 1933, Yellville, AR Mrs. Ora COWDREY, widow of the late J.A. (John Allen) COWDREY, passed away at the home of her son, Troy, on North Broadway in this town about six o'clock Saturday morning. For a number of years, Mrs. COWDREY had been bothered with heart trouble, but, for some time, seemingly, she had been in good health. Friday night, when she retired, she was apparently feeling as well as usual and rested well during the night. Saturday morning Mr. and Mrs. COWDREY arose at the usual hour and Troy's mother also arose and dressed, but in a few minutes she remarked that she was not feeling well and believed she would lie down, and told her daughter-in-law that she need not prepare breakfast for her, and she went into her room and laid down. Troy went out to look about the chores around the place, and when he re-entered the house ten or fifteen minutes later, his wife asked him to step into the room and see about his mother, remarking that she had not heard her move since she (l)aid down. When Troy entered the room he found that she had passed away, seemingly without a struggle. To the immediate family who knew her condition, her sudden going away was not a surprise, but to them, as to her many friends, it was a great shock. Her sons, Cam and Allen, and other relatives in the town were immediately notified as were her two daughters Mrs. John JEFFERSON, who lives in Springfield, Mo., and Mrs. Ed KIRBY, who lived in Decatur, Illinois. An undertaker was called and the body was prepared for burial. Mrs. JEFFERSON and her daughter, Miss Mabel, arrived at the home Saturday night, and Mrs. KIRBY, accompanied by her husband, arrived about five o'clock Sunday morning, having driven all night. Funeral services, conducted by Rev. CHASE, assisted by Rev. H. W. JETT and Rev. T. L. WILSON, were held at the Baptist Church at four o'clock Sunday evening, and interment was in the Layton Cemetery in the presence of a host of sorrowing relatives and friends. Mrs. Ora COWDREY, nee: ESTES, was born near Harrison, Ark., *Oct. 4, 1868. She was married at Harrison on May 4 1887, to John Allen COWDREY, who passed away in this town June 1, 1927. To this union six children were born; Thurman, who died in October, 1925; Troy, Cam and Allen, all of Yellville; and Mrs. Myrtle JEFFERSON, of Springfield, Mo., and Mrs. Eva KIRBY of Decatur, Ill. In early life Mrs. COWDREY professed faith in Christ and united with the Christian Church, in which she maintained her membership until death. Mrs. COWDREY was a devoted Christian woman, a loving and affectionate mother. The beautiful floral offering was mute evidence of the high esteem in which she was held. I addition to her children Mrs. COWDREY is survived by several grandchildren, her aged father, "Uncle" Ben ESTES. of Harrison and several brothers and sisters. The Echo joins the many friends of the family in extending to them heartfelt sympathies in their sorrow. *Correction: Date of birth is incorrect as printed in "The Mountain Echo" Correct date is: Oct. 12, 1868
More About JOHN ALLEN COWDREY:
Burial: Layton Cemetery Marion Co AR


Children of BELVA ESTES and JOHN COWDREY are:

i. KIRBY THURMAN COWDREY, b. 01 September 1888, Marion co AR; d. 03 October 1925, While working in Burbank OK; m. ALSEY LAYTON BERRY; b. 08 April 1894, Marion co AR; d. 25 October 1962, Kansas City MO.
Notes for KIRBY THURMAN COWDREY:
BERRY, COWDREY, ESTES, GOAD, GOLDSBY, HIGHT, PINKSTON posted by Rhio Reh Gillis on Saturday, October 3, 1925
Thurman COWDREY Meets Tragic Death Fell From Scaffold While Wiring Building To Concrete Floor And Sustained Injuries Which Resulted In His Death Kirby Thurman COWDREY d. October 03, 1925, Burbank, OK On last Saturday morning about nine o'clock while wiring a building in Burbank, Okla. Thurman COWDREY fell from the scaffolding to the concrete floor, a distance of about seven feet and sustained injuries from which he died about one o'clock that afternoon. He was conscious for a few minutes after he was picked up, but soon sank into unconscioussness, and was rushed to the hospital at Fairfax, a few miles away where everything that human skill could do, was done, to stay the hand of death, but to no avail - death relieved him of his suffering about the hour named above. As to what caused him to all, is only conjecture. We understand that he had been suffering, at intervals, for a few days with indigestion pains under the heart, and it is thought he might have suffered an attack of those pains which stunned him for a minute, and he lost his balance and fell to the floor. His parents, Mr. And Mrs. J. A. COWDREY, and his brothers, Cam and Allen, and his sister, Miss Eva, of this place were notified at once of the tragedy, and only those who have received such notices can realize the heartache it caused - for a time, life to them was as dark as midnight - there was no ray of light or hope. In an instant death had entered two homes. In the far away town in Okalahoma his companion was left a widow; his three little daughters were made fatherless. In his parents home in Yellville there was a vacancy that never can be filled. Mrs. Clarence HIGHT, Mrs COWDREY'S sister, and her husband in Fayettville were notified of the death, and they wired relatives here that they were leaving at once by auto for Burbank. They arrived there early Sunday morning. The Masonic fraternity in Burbank, of which Mr. COWDREY was a member, took charge of the body and had it propared for burial, and looked after the funeral arrangements. Early Sunday morning the body was conveyed to the church in Burbank, where a short Masonic and religious service was held, after which the body was conveyed to the railway station and put aboard the train in charge of H.G. GOAD , a brother Mason and friend of Mr. COWDREY, and the journey to Yellville, his old home town, wasbegun. It arrived here on the 1:20 train, Monday. Mrs. COWDREY and her three daughters, Janice, Kathleen, and Billy, accompanied by Troy COWDREY, Thurman's brother and his family, Mr. And Mrs. T. J. PINKSTON Lucian Layton, Miss Ethel GOLDSBY, all of Burbank, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence HIGHT of Fayettville, came through in autos, arriving here about four o'clock Monday afternoon. A committee appointed by the Master of the Masonic lodge in Yellville, met the train at Zinc and accompanied the body t the station at Yellville where a large delegation of Thurmans's friends and friends of the family met them. The body was taken to the home of his father where it laid in state until 2:30 Tuesday evening when a short funeral service conducted by the Reverends YATES and PEPPERS, was conducted at the home, after which the Masonic order took charge of the body and it was conveyed to the Layton cemetery where it was laid to rest with Masonic honors in the presence of a host of sorrowing friends and relatives. In his Death we are reminded of the fact that life is filled with tragedies, and that no one knows when the had of death will be laid upon them.. Thurman was born and reared in Yellville, and received his education in the public and high school in this town. In 1912 he was married to Miss Alsie BERRY, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. BERRY of this town. They had known each other from infancy. To this union three children were born, Janice, Kathleen and Billy. Several years ago they moved to Oklahoma where Mr. COWDREY was engaged in the telephone business and at the time of his death he owned the Burbank telephone exchange and was getting along nicely, and making plans for the future, but "the loved and loving son, brother, husband, father, and friend, met heath where manhood's morning almost touched noon, and while the shadows still were falling toward the west, " for he was only in his thirty-eighth year. The Echo joins the many friends of the family in extending to them heart-felt sympathies in the great sorrow. The large funeral procession that followed the remains of Thurman COWDREY so the cemetery on last Tuesday and the large and beautiful floral offering testified to the high esteem in which he was held by his hundreds of friends in his native town. As an evidence of his true worth in Burbank, his adopted home, the public schools were dismissed at noon Tuesday, and remained closed for the remainder of the day. Quite a number of Masons from Cotter and Mountain Home attended and participated in the funeral services of Thurman COWDREY Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ben ESTES of Harrison attended the funeral of Thurman COWDREY, their grandson in Yellville last Tuesday.
More About KIRBY THURMAN COWDREY:
Burial: October 1925, Layton Cemetery Marion Co AR

ii. TROY EDGAR COWDREY, b. 14 March 1891, Marion co AR; d. 17 April 1964, Marion co AR; m. ABBIE JANE MCCARTY; b. 25 July 1892, Yellville Marion CO AR; d. 17 January 1982, Harrison Boone Co AR.
More About TROY EDGAR COWDREY:
Burial: Layton Cemetery Marion Co AR
More About ABBIE JANE MCCARTY:
Burial: Layton Cemetery Marion Co AR

iii. MYRTLE MAY COWDREY, b. 18 May 1894, Eros, AR; d. 12 September 1973, Pasadena, CA; m. JOHN ALBERT JEFFERSON, 08 May 1912, Yellville Marion Co AR; b. 05 September 1890, Yellville, Arkansas.
More About MYRTLE MAY COWDREY:
Burial: Rose Hill Cemetery, Whittier, CA

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24. MARTIN OLIVER ESTES (BENJAMIN MASON4, JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 19 February 1876 in Tarripin Creek, Flippen, AR, and died 23 May 1960 in Harrison AR.
He married MARTHA JANE WHITE 13 April 1900 in Eros AR, daughter of HUGH WHITE and TAMAR CREEL. She was born 20 September 1880 in Capp AR, and died 07 February 1974 in Harrison AR.
More About MARTIN OLIVER ESTES:
Burial: May 1960, Speer Cemetery Boone Co AR
Source: 14 November 2005, Http://www.rootsweb.com/~arboone/speer.html Speer Cemetery Records
More About MARTHA JANE WHITE:
Burial: February 1974, Speer Cemetery Boone Co AR


Children of MARTIN ESTES and MARTHA WHITE are:

29. i. BENJAMIN PIERCE ESTES, b. 10 January 1902; d. 17 February 1983.

ii. SON ESTES, b. 08 February 1906; d. 08 February 1906.
More About SON ESTES:
Burial: February 1906, Speer Cemetery Boone Co AR
Source: 14 November 2005, Http://www.rootsweb.com/~arboone/speer.html Speer Cemetery Records

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Generation No. 6

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25. MARY EFFIE ESTES (JOHN GARRISON5, EDWARD R.4, JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 1874 in Arkansas. She married FRANCES M. SULLIVAN. He was born Abt. 1872 in Indiana.
More About MARY EFFIE ESTES:
Census 1: 06 June 1880, 79-85 Dist 108 page 8 Union Twp Marion Co AR; Estes, Mary E. daughter age 6 born ARK parents born ARK VA
Census 2: 1910, 123 Sheet 177A Dist 125 Alluwe Twp Nowata Co OK; Sullivan, Mary E. wife age 38 1st marriage md 13 yrs born AR AR WV
Census 3: 28 January 1920, 174-178 Dist 58 sheet 10B Alluwe Nowata Co OK; Sullivan, Effie wife white age 47 born AR AR WV
More About FRANCES M. SULLIVAN:
Census 1: 1910, 123 Sheet 177A Dist 125 Alluwe Twp Nowata Co OK; Sullivan, Frances M. age 39 1st marriage md 13 yrs born IN US US
Census 2: 28 January 1920, 174-178 Dist 58 sheet 10B Alluwe Nowata Co OK; Sullivan, Frank white male age 48 born IN IN US


Children of MARY ESTES and FRANCES SULLIVAN are:

i. ELLORA L. SULLIVAN, b. Abt. 1899, OK.
More About ELLORA L. SULLIVAN:
Census: 1910, 123 Sheet 177A Dist 125 Alluwe Twp Nowata Co OK; Sullivan, Ellora L. daughter white age 11 born OK IN AR

ii. LEROY "ROY" SULLIVAN, b. Abt. 1904, OK.
More About LEROY "ROY" SULLIVAN:
Census 1: 1910, 123 Sheet 177A Dist 125 Alluwe Twp Nowata Co OK; Sullivan, Leory son age 8 born OK IN AR
Census 2: 28 January 1920, 174-178 Dist 58 sheet 10B Alluwe Nowata Co OK; Sullivan, Roy son white age 16 single born OK IN AR

iii. INEZ V. SULLIVAN, b. Abt. 1905, OK.
More About INEZ V. SULLIVAN:
Census 1: 1910, 123 Sheet 177A Dist 125 Alluwe Twp Nowata Co OK; Sullivan, Inez V. daughter age 5 born OK IN AR
Census 2: 28 January 1920, 174-178 Dist 58 sheet 10B Alluwe Nowata Co OK; Sullivan, Inez daughter white age 15 born OK IN AR

iv. KENNETH F. SULLIVAN, b. Abt. 1908, OK.
More About KENNETH F. SULLIVAN:
Census 1: 1910, 123 Sheet 177A Dist 125 Alluwe Twp Nowata Co OK; Sullivan, Kenneth F. son age 3 born OK IN AR
Census 2: 28 January 1920, 174-178 Dist 58 sheet 10B Alluwe Nowata Co OK; Sullivan, Kenneth son age 12 born OK IN AR

v. JOHN L. SULLIVAN, b. Abt. 1910, OK.
More About JOHN L. SULLIVAN:
Census 1: 1910, 123 Sheet 177A Dist 125 Alluwe Twp Nowata Co OK; Sullivan, John L. son age 0/12 (not even a month old) born OK IN AR
Census 2: 28 January 1920, 174-178 Dist 58 sheet 10B Alluwe Nowata Co OK; Sullivan, John L. son age 10 born OK IN AR

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26. SARAH ELIZABETH ESTES (EPHRAIM LEWIS5, EDWARD R.4, JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 04 January 1881 in Peel AR, and died 17 February 1935.
She married WILLIAM VERNON TATE 05 April 1905, son of PLEASANT TATE and SARAH BARNES. He was born 04 December 1873 in Kansas, and died 09 August 1956.
Notes for SARAH ELIZABETH ESTES:
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MUSKOGEE AND NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA: Including the counties of Muskogee, McIntosh, Wagoner, Cherokee, Sequoyah, Adair, Delaware, Mayes, Rogers, Washington, Nowata, Craig, and Ottawa. Vol. II.
by John D. Benedict
1922
The S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., Chicago
Page 343
W.M. TATE
For twenty-one years W.M. Tate has been engaged in farming in Nowata county, residing all of this time on his present farm of one hundred and forty acres, four and one-half miles southeast of Nowata. He was born in western Kansas on the 4th of December, 1873, a son of P.A. and Margaret (Barnes) Tate, the former a native of Kentucky and the latter of Indiana. They moved from Iowa to Kansas one year before W.M. was born and located in Lincoln county, where they lived two years. At the termination of that time they went to Osborne county and the father took up a homestead and timber claim there, acquiring three hundred and twenty acres in all. For eight years they resided on that farm and then sold out, removing to Nemaha county, where they rented farm land until 1894. In that year they came to Indian Territory and located on the Verdigris river, three and one-half miles east of Watova. Leasing land from the Indians, they cleared it and brought it to a highly cultivated state during the eight years of their residence thereon. After two years on a farm in Chautauqua county, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Tate returned to Indian Territory and for two years resided on a farm three and one-half miles east of Bartlesville in Washington county. Subsequently they removed to the farm on which W.M. now resides, and the father engaged in farming here until his demise on the 1st of February, 1918, at the advanced age of eighty-one years. Mrs. Tate is still living, being in her seventy-fourth year, and she makes her home with her son, Jesse Roy Tate, in Marshall county, Kansas.
W.M. Tate received a limited education and at an early age put his textbooks aside and engaged in farming. For twenty-one years he has resided on his present place of one hundred and forty acres, four and one-half miles southeast of Nowata, and during this time he has won for himself an enviable position among the representative farmers and stockmen of the state. He has one hundred acres under cultivation and he raises high grade beef stock and hogs. In addition to the original tract he leases three hundred acres. He has a modern two-story residence on the farm with substantial outbuildings and well repaired gates and fences.
Mr. Tate has been twice married. His first wife was Dora Wing and their marriage was celebrated in 1891. She became the mother of one child, William J., now twenty-one years of age. In 1906 Mr. Tate was married to Sarah Estes and to the second union seven children have been born: Jennie May, Gladys Marie, Mildred Margaret, Ruby Pauline, Alfred B., Opal Clata and Charles Rea.
Mr. Tate gives his political allegiance to the democratic party and the principles for which it stands and for many years he has been a director of the school board of District No. 39. He is one of the public spirited and progressive citizens of Nowata county, and his influence has been felt in many movements for the development and upbuilding of the community.
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http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ok/nowata/cemeteries/nowata08.txt
TATE, Sarah Elizabeth 14 Jan 1881 17 Feb 1935
More About SARAH ELIZABETH ESTES:
Burial: February 1935, Nowata Memorial Cemetery Nowata OK
Census 1: 21 April 1910, 30-30 Dist 133 Sheet 2A Watson Nowata Co OK; Tate, Sadie wife white female age 26, 2nd marriage, md 5 yrs mother of 4 children, 3 living, born AR ___ ___
Census 2: 1920, 130-130 ed69/ed069p03.txt Nowata Co OK; Tate, Sarah wife female INDIAN age 35
Census 3: 04 April 1930, 31-32 Dist 17 sheet 2B Watova Twp Nowata Co OK; Tate, Sarah E. wife white female age 48, age 1st md 18. born AR AR AR
Source: 11 November 2005, Pam Abel
Notes for WILLIAM VERNON TATE:
Also shown living with this family on the 1910 census;
Tate, Alfred father white male widow age 73 born KY parents born VA
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ok/nowata/cemeteries/nowata08.txt
TATE, William V 4 Dec 1873 9 Aug 1956
Please note that I have copies of Sarah's death certificates and William was the informat. They do indeed show Estes and Risley as parents...
per Pam Nov 3 02005
There was a half brother born to william Vernon Tate and his first wife Dora Wing, name William J. Tate b. March 20 1901 - Dora Was an Indian and does have a roll number as does William J. She died around 1902 and is buried at the Nowata Cemetery next to William Vernon and Sarah Elizabeth. We ar not sure when Ephraim and Marinda (Luvina) came to Oklahoma. We do know that most of the Marindas Uncle Burton risely's family came here around 1902 and it is told by Burle Risley (now deceased that Marinda and three of her sisters came also. Her brother Oliver came but returned to Arkansas in 1903 and stayed there the rest of his life.
More About WILLIAM VERNON TATE:
Burial: August 1956, Nowata Memorial Cemetery Nowata OK
Census 1: 21 April 1910, 30-30 Dist 133 Sheet 2A Watson Nowata Co OK; Tate, William white male age 35 2nd marriage, md 5 yrs born KS parents born IN KY
Census 2: 1920, 130-130 ed69/ed069p03.txt Nowata Co OK; Tate, William M. white male age 45
Census 3: 04 April 1930, 31-32 Dist 17 sheet 2B Watova Twp Nowata Co OK; Tate, William V. self white male age 55 married, age 1st md, 24. born KS TN TN Farmer
Fact 1: 1920, Census taker didn't date the pages of the census
Source: 03 November 2005, Pam
Children of SARAH ESTES and WILLIAM TATE are:

i. WILLIAM J. OR I. TATE, b. Abt. 1901, Indian Territory.
More About WILLIAM J. OR I. TATE:
Census 1: 21 April 1910, 30-30 Dist 133 Sheet 2A Watson Nowata Co OK; Tate, William J. or I. son white age 9 born OK parents born KS OK
Census 2: 1920, 130-130 ed69/ed069p03.txt Nowata Co OK; Tate, William son INDIAN age 18
Fact 1: His mother is NOT SARAH ESTES

ii. JENNIE MAY TATE, b. 30 January 1906, Indian Territory; m. CHARLES RAY COBB, 01 May 1921.
More About JENNIE MAY TATE:
Census 1: 21 April 1910, 30-30 Dist 133 Sheet 2A Watson Nowata Co OK; Tate, Garmis M. daughter white age 5 born OK KS OK
Census 2: 1920, 130-130 ed69/ed069p03.txt Nowata Co OK; Tate, Jennie daughter WHITE age 15

iii. PAT MAYNARD "WILLIE" TATE, b. 03 June 1908, OK; d. 17 February 1916.
Notes for PAT MAYNARD "WILLIE" TATE:
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ok/nowata/cemeteries/nowata08.txt
TATE, Pate M 1908 17 Feb 1916 male age 8* FH broken neck* ord W M Tate
More About PAT MAYNARD "WILLIE" TATE:
Burial: February 1916, Nowata Memorial Cemetery Nowata OK
Census: 21 April 1910, 30-30 Dist 133 Sheet 2A Watson Nowata Co OK; Tate, Patsy M. white son age 2 born OK parents born KS OK

iv. LATTICA M. TATE, b. Abt. 1909, OK.
More About LATTICA M. TATE:
Census: 21 April 1910, 30-30 Dist 133 Sheet 2A Watson Nowata Co OK; Tate, Lattica M. white daughter age 1 born OK parents born KS OK

v. GLADYS MARIE TATE, b. 18 June 1909; m. FLOYD INMAN, 22 July 1926.
More About GLADYS MARIE TATE:
Census: 1920, 130-130 ed69/ed069p03.txt Nowata Co OK; Tate, Gladys daughter WHITE age 9

vi. MILDRED MARGARET TATE, b. 17 July 1910; m. ROY SCOTT, 10 December 1926.
More About MILDRED MARGARET TATE:
Census: 1920, 130-130 ed69/ed069p03.txt Nowata Co OK; Tate, Mildred daughter WHITE age 8

vii. RUBY PAULINE TATE, b. 11 August 1911, OK; m. MERLE MANLEY, 22 December 1934.
More About RUBY PAULINE TATE:
Census 1: 1920, 130-130 ed69/ed069p03.txt Nowata Co OK; Tate, Ruby daughter WHITE age 7
Census 2: 04 April 1930, 31-32 Dist 17 sheet 2B Watova Twp Nowata Co OK; Tate, Ruby P. daughter white female ate 18 single born OK KS AR

viii. BENJAMIN ALFRED TATE, b. 29 June 1913, OK; m. ELIZABETH CLAYTON, Abt. 24 January 1937.
More About BENJAMIN ALFRED TATE:
Census 1: 1920, 130-130 ed69/ed069p03.txt Nowata Co OK; Tate, Alfred son WHITE age 6
Census 2: 04 April 1930, 31-32 Dist 17 sheet 2B Watova Twp Nowata Co OK; Tate, Alfred B. son white male age 16 single born OK KS AR

ix. OPAL CLATTA TATE, b. 13 October 1915, OK; m. RUSSELL DEMOSS, 27 March 1934.
More About OPAL CLATTA TATE:
Census 1: 1920, 130-130 ed69/ed069p03.txt Nowata Co OK; Tate, Opal daughter WHITE age 4
Census 2: 04 April 1930, 31-32 Dist 17 sheet 2B Watova Twp Nowata Co OK; Tate, Opal C. daughter white female age 14 single born OK KS AR

x. CHARLES RAE TATE, b. 25 September 1921, OK; m. HELEN SPRAGUE, 10 July 1942.
More About CHARLES RAE TATE:
Census: 04 April 1930, 31-32 Dist 17 sheet 2B Watova Twp Nowata Co OK; Tate, Charles R. son white male age 8 single born OK KS AR

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27. KENNETH BENJAMIN ESTES (EPHRAIM LEWIS5, EDWARD R.4, JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 05 July 1885 in Arkansas, and died 31 January 1944 in Colton, San Bernardino Co CA.
He married MAUDE ?. She was born Abt. 1894 in TX.
Notes for KENNETH BENJAMIN ESTES:
Also shown living in the same household with Kenneth, Maude & Barker Estes on the June 4 1930 census are Lodgers;
Pattson, Guy Lodger age 56 Widow born WV parents born WV
Cook, William Lodger age 46 Divorced born AR parents born AR
Ramsey, Lewis Lodger age 23 single born AR parents born AR
? Stella Lodger age 16 single born AR parents born AR.
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Contact: Sharlee (BIRGE) Farrell ID: I587888997
Name: Kenneth Benjamin ESTES
Sex: M
Birth: 5 Jul 1885 in Arkansas
Death: 31 Jan 1944 in Colton San Bernardino Co CA
Census: 4 Apr 1930 Dist 28 Seminole City Sheet 22B lived on North First, Ward 3 Seminole Co OK
12 September 1918 World War 1 Draft Registration Card 1917-1918; Nowata Nowata OK.
Kenneth Benjamin Estes 519 W Sequoyah Nowata OK age 33 born 5 Jul 1885 Tool Dresser Drilling Co Campbell nearest relative Mrs. Maude Estes. 35-2-14-C signed Ken B. Estes.
1930 Census 408/15/17 Estes, Kenneth head of household age 44, married at age 20, born Arkansas parents born same.
California Death Index; Estes, Kenneth d 31 Jan 1944 San Bernardino Co CA b 5 Jul 1885 Arkansas Mothers Maiden Name: Risley Father: Ephram.
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More About KENNETH BENJAMIN ESTES:
Burial: Colton, San Bernardino Co CA
Census: 04 April 1930, 408/15/17 Seminole City Dist 28 Sheet 22B lived on North First, Ward 3 Seminole Co OK; Estes, Kenneth hd age 44 md at age 20 born ARK parents born ARK
Source 1: California Death Index Estes, Kenneth d Jan 31 1944 San Bernardino Co CA; b Jul 5 1885 Arkansas No Social Security #; parents mother: Risley, father: Ephram
Source 2: 12 September 1918, WW I Draft Registration Card 1917-1918 Nowata Nowata OK; Kenneth Benjamin Estes 519 W Sequoyah Nowata OK age 33 born July 5 1885 Tool Dresser Drilling Co Campbel nearest relative Mrs. Maude Estes
35-2-14-C signed Ken B. Estes
More About MAUDE ?:
Census: 04 June 1930, 408/15/17 Seminole City Dist 28 Sheet 22B lived on North First, Ward 3 Seminole Co OK; Estes, Maude wife age 36 md age 16 born TX parents born TX & MO


Child of KENNETH ESTES and MAUDE ? is:

i. BARKER ESTES, b. Abt. 1911, Colorado.
More About BARKER ESTES:
Census: 04 June 1930, 408/15/17 Seminole City Dist 28 Sheet 22B lived on North First, Ward 3 Seminole Co OK; Estes, Barker son age 19 single born Colorado parents born AR & TX

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28. WILLIAM MATTHEW ESTES (EPHRAIM LEWIS5, EDWARD R.4, JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 27 June 1889 in Arkansas, and died 21 April 1961 in Colton, San Bernardino Co CA.
He married ALTA CLARE WIMER 07 July 1913 in Muskogee OK, daughter of EPHRAIM WIMER and MARY SUTHERLAND. She was born 05 April 1893 in Fall River, Greenwood Co Kansas, and died 01 December 1971 in Colton, San Bernardino Co CA.
More About WILLIAM MATTHEW ESTES:
Aka (Facts Pg): William Mattheus Estes
Burial: April 1961, Colton San Bernardino Co CA
Census 1: Bet. 02 - 03 January 1920, 628/34/36 Severs Twp Ward 4 Okmulgee City Enu 124 Sheet 2B Okmulgee Co OK; Estes, William age 30 married born ARK parents born ARK
Census 2: 04 June 1930, 408/15/16 Seminole City Dist 28 Sheet 22B lived on North First, Ward 3 Seminole Co OK;
Estes, William hd age 37 (1892) md, md at age 26 born ARK parents born ARK
Fact 1: 05 June 1917, Race: WHITE on WW1 Registration Card
Occupation: Bet. 02 - 03 January 1920, Driller, Oil wells
Source 1: California Death Index; Wm. M. Estes d 21 Apr 1961 San Bernardino Co CA b 27 Jun 1889 Ark. Parents names are blank.
Source 2: 05 June 1917, WW I Draft Registration Card 1917-1918 William Matthew Estes #111 Darrow Flats Nowata OK born June 27 189 Nat. born Oil Well driller for John Heffner Nowata OK married white wife and 13 month old baby 35-2-14 A signed William Mathew Estes (signed whole nam
More About ALTA CLARE WIMER:
Aka (Facts Pg): Alta Clair Wimer
Burial: December 1971, Colton, San Bernardino Co CA
Census 1: Abt. 15 April 1910, 70/71 Dist 174 sheet 4A page 145A 4Twp Rogers Co OK; Wemer, Alta daughter age 17 single born Kansas parents born Virginia & Nebraska
Census 2: Bet. 02 - 03 January 1920, 628/34/36 Severs Twp Ward 4 Okmulgee City Enu 124 Sheet 2B Okmulgee Co OK; Estes, Alta wife age 26 born KS parents born WV & Neb
Census 3: 04 June 1930, 408/15/16 Seminole City Dist 28 Sheet 22B lived on North First, Ward 3 Seminole Co OK; Estes, Alta wife age 36 (1893) age when md 20 born KS parents born WV & Neb
Source 1: California Death Index Estes, Alta C. d Dec 1 1971 Colton San Bernardino Co CA; b April 5 1893 Kansas. parents names blank
Source 2: Family Records Salt Lake City Utah
Source 3: William Ernest Estes shows Alta Clare Wimer b. & d. dates from Family Bible

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Children of WILLIAM ESTES and ALTA WIMER are:

i. THEODORE DWAYNE ESTES, b. 02, March 1916, Oklahoma; d. 28 Jul 1980 San Bernardino CA. THANKS William and Clara, for the corrections on the names.
More About THEODORE ESTES:
Census 1: Bet. 02 - 03 January 1920, 628/34/36 Severs Twp Ward 4 Okmulgee City Enu 124 Sheet 2B Okmulgee Co OK; Estes, Durayne son age 3yrs 9/12 months born OK parents born AR & KS
Census 2: 04 June 1930, 408/15/16 Seminole City Dist 28 Sheet 22B lived on North First, Ward 3 Seminole Co OK; Estes, Durayne (Durayne per Ancestry.com) son age 14 (1915) single born OK parents born AR & KS

30. ii. BILLY EARL ESTES, b. 05 June 1920, Arkansas; d. 23 May 1987, Davis Oklahoma at Sister-In-Laws Home.

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29. BENJAMIN PIERCE ESTES (MARTIN OLIVER5, BENJAMIN MASON4, JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 10 January 1902, and died 17 February 1983.
He married THEO DORA WILSON. She was born 04 December 1912 in Stillwell OK, and died 22 February 1980.
Notes for BENJAMIN PIERCE ESTES:
Source: Speer Cemetery Records;
16. Estes, Ben Pierce - 10 Jan 19020 -- 17 Feb 1983 son/Oliver & Martha white Estes husband/Theo Dora - dec'd Info/ Harrison Times
Burial: February 1983, Speer Cemetery Boone Co AR
Source: 14 November 2005, Http://www.rootsweb.com/~arboone/speer.html Speer Cemetery Records
Notes for THEO DORA WILSON:
Source: Speer Cemetery Records;
21. Estes, Theo Dora 4 Dec 1912 Stillwell OK -- 22 Feb 1980 Mother/Wife/Benjamin Pierce Estes Sister/ Doris Buster Wilson info/ Harrison Times Ch F. H
Burial: February 1980, Speer Cemetery Boone Co AR
Source: 14 November 2005, Http://www.rootsweb.com/~arboone/speer.html Speer Cemetery Records


Child of BENJAMIN ESTES and THEO WILSON is:

i. ERNEST JOE ESTES, b. 31 May 1936; d. 28 December 1989.
Notes for ERNEST JOE ESTES:
Source: Speer Cemetery Records;
18. Estes, Ernest Joe 31 May 1936 -- 28 Dec 1989 Spgfld. son/Benjamin Pierce & Theo Dora (Wilson) Obit Harrison times Ch F H
More About ERNEST JOE ESTES:
Burial: Speer Cemetery Boone Co AR

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30. BILLY EARL ESTES (WILLIAM MATTHEW6, EPHRAIM LEWIS5, EDWARD R.4, JOHN MOSES3, GALLANT2, MOSE1) was born 05 June 1920 in Arkansas, and died 23 May 1987 in Davis Oklahoma at Sister-In-Laws Home.
He married BETTY ANN MALCOM 1941 in Oklahoma, daughter of ERNEST MALCOM and ELVA ZELGAR. She was born 20 March 1923 in Watova Oklahoma, and died 05 May 2004 in Riverside California at home of Son William.
More About WILLIAM "BILLY" EARL ESTES:
Burial: May 1987, Colton Riverside California
Census: 04 June 1930, 408/15/16 Seminole City Dist 28 Sheet 22B lived on North First, Ward 3 Seminole Co OK; Estes, Billy son age 10 born OK parents born AR & KS
Social Security Number: Billy Estes, issued OK b June 5 1920 d May 1987 last residence Colton, San Bernardino CA
Notes for BETTY ANN MALCOM:
Per Uncle Neil Northcutt. Uncle Billy met my Aunt Betty while Uncle Billy was working at a service station for my Grandpa Malcom in Seminole Oklahoma on old hwy 99.
July 26, 2004 I called Uncle Neil and he told me that my Aunt Betty had died. He gave me the information, then I went on line and checked with the California Death index. Uncle Neil also said that Betty was the only child not born in Nowata. That she was born up by Stigler (now a ghost town). That Billy parents had a boarding house in Seminole MO. That Billy's parents moved out to Colton California then came back to OK then returned and lived by Billy and they are buried there along with Billy and Betty. Uncle Neil believes that Billy's name is William Earl that his fathers name was William and mother name Alta.
More About BETTY ANN MALCOM:
Blood: 1/16 Cherokee
Burial: May 2004, Colton Riverside California
Census: 02 May 1930, #1372 Econtuchka Twp Enu Dist 67-5 Sheet 55B Seminole Co., OK., Image 110; Malcom Betty A. daughter age 7 born OK parents born MO & OK
Clan: Bird Clan (Onai)
Source: California Death Index Estes, Betty A. 444-16-4969 issued OK b Mar 20 1923 d May 5 2004.


Children of BILLY ESTES and BETTY MALCOM are:

31. i. WILLIAM ERNEST ESTES

32. ii. EARLEEN ESTES

33. iii. LEE ANN ESTES, b. 01 April 1955; d. 2006.

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