236. Lamina Bridget "Minnie" MAYBERRY4,57,189,190 was born on 17 April 1864 in Arkansas.57 She died on 31 January 1954 at the age of 89 in Ratcliff, Logan County, Arkansas.190
Although at age 6, she was listed as Virginia in the census, the enumerator may have confused her with her older sister Vianna who middle name may have been Virginia. Family records seen online state that her name was Lamina Bridgett Maberry.
Marriage Record, Logan Co, AR. Jack Redden to Miss Lamina Maberry. Both of Paris, AR. Jack was age 24; Lamina was 22. 17 Dec 1886. D. R. Lee, Justice of the Peace, performed the ceremony.
Goodspeed's "Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Western Arkansas"; p.371
D. J. Redden, teacher and planter, Paris, Ark. Among the thoroughgoing, wide-awake farmers of Johnson Township stands the name of D. J. Redden, who is a native-born resident of this county, his birth occurring on August 29, 1862. He is a son of James and Martha Redden, and was educated at the Arkansas Industrial University, Fayetteville, Washington County, Ark. He became familiar with the duties of the farm in boyhood, and when twenty-one years of age started out in life for himself as a school teacher, which profession he has since continued. He was married in Logan County on December 16, 1886, to Miss Minnie Maberry, a native of this county, born on April 17, 1864, and the daughter of Charles and Ellen (Thompson) Maberry. Her parents were natives of the Old Dominion, born in 1820 and 1822, respectively, and their children were named as follows: Matthew, Josh, Augustus, Latich [Latitia], Belle [Isabelle], Jane [Mary Jane], Aid [Ada], Lion [Emeline], Annie [Vianna] and Minnie [Lamima]. The parents of these children emigrated to Missouri, and from there to Arkansas in 1858, settling in this county. Here the father died in 1883 and the mother in 1890. Both were members of the Baptist Church. To Mr. and Mrs. Redden were born two children: Opie and Doy. Mr. Redden is the owner of 120 acres of good land, all well improved and well cultivated, and in 1885 he built a nice frame house, which, together with his substantial outbuildings, constitute a prominent and attractive feature of his place. He has a good young orchard of apple, peach, plum and cherry trees, and the principal crops raised on his farm are cotton, corn and oats. Mrs. Redden is a member of the Baptist Church, and Mr. Redden is in favor of all public improvements, extending a ready and helping hand to the poor and needy. Politically he affiliates with the Republican party.
A WorldConnect database gives additional information about Minnie. She died 31 Jan 1954 and is buried Moore Cemetery in Logan Co. The two sons of Denison Redden & Minnie are given as Doy and Dennie [Dennie was a daughter]. On 6 Oct 1895, Minnie married for a second time to James Pinkerton Corley by whom she had four children.
1900 Census Johnson Twp, Logan Co AR, Hh
James P. Corley, b. Oct 1846, age 53, married 4 years, b. MS, father b. AL, mother b. NC.
Laminy, wife, b. Apr 1864, age 36, has had 5 children, 4 are living, b. AR, parents b. VA
Lanie, daughter, b. Jun 1896, age 3. Virgy, daughter, b. May 1898, age 2
Rufus A., son, b. Aug 1879, age 20. Arthur, son, b. Jul 1881, age 18 [These must be sons from an earlier marriage for Corley]
Doy Redden, stepson, b. Nov 1889, age 10. Dennie Redden, stepdaughter, b. Dec 1892, age 7.
1910 Census. Johnson Twp, Logan Co, Hh 26
James P. Corley, age 62, married twice, the last time for 14 years, b. MS, father b. AL, mother b. NC
Lamina B., wife, age 45, married twice, has had 7 children, 6 are living, b. AR, parents b. VA
Dennie J. Redden, stepdaughter, age 17
Lena L. Corley, daughter, age 13. Virga M., daughter, age 11. Ruby A., daughter, age 7, Carl M., son age 3.
12 Sep 1918 - World War I Registration for Rugus Allman Corley, of 417 N. Wheeling, Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO. Age 39, b. 5 Aug 1879. Bookkeeper for the Grolier Society. Nearest relative is Lena Carolina Corley, his wife. He was tall, slender build, gray eyes, coffee brown hair.
1920 Census in Bear Wallow Township, Logan Co: J. P. Corley, age 73, farmer, b. MS, his father b. AL, his mother b. NC. Lamina, wife, age 55, b. AR, her parents born in MS. Carroll, son, age 13.
1930 Census. Johnson Twp, Logan Co, AR, Hh 44
J. P. Corley, age 83, married 1st time at age 22, b. MS
Lamina, wife, 65, married 1st at age 23, b. AR, parents b. VA
1940 Census. Six Mile Twp, Logan Co, AR, Hh 172
Caulksville, North Side. All had lived in Logan Co in 1935
Geroge, Hill, age 47, b. KY, Trucking, Private Business
Lana, wife, 44, b. AR
Dwight, son, 14. Lindol, son, 10. Janatta, dau, 5.
Minnie Corley, mother-in-law, 76, widow, b. AR
John D. Hill, father, 82, widowed, b. KY
Lamina "B." Corley and her 2nd husband James P. Corley are buried in Moore Cemetery Subiaco, Logan Co, AR. Her name is listed on FindAGrave as Lamina Bridgett Mayberry.
James Pinkerton Corley, b. 14 Oct 1846, d. 2 Nov 1937, Paris, Logan Co.
Lamina Bridget Mayberry Redden Corley, b. 17 Apr 1864, d. 1954; married (1) Dennison Jackson Redden and (2) James Pinkerton Corley
Buried Garden of Memories Cemetery, Charleston, Franklin Co AR:
Lena Leo Corley Hill, b. 10 Jun 1896, d. 23 Mar 1977, Booneville, Logan Co AR; married George Allen Hill, b. 17 Oct 1893, McCracken Co, KY, d. 4 Mar 1969, Booneville. George's parents were J. D. and Mary Bell Hill - they are buried Mount Salem Cemetery, Paris, Logan Co, AR.
Buried Rose Lawn Park Cemetery, Ft. Smith, Sebastian Co, AR
Carl M. Corley, b. 1907, d. 15 Mar 2004. Carl was married to Jaunita Isabella Harris, b. 22 Sep 1906, d. 22 Feb 2007 in Ft. Smith.
Obituary found in Ancestry.com Family Tree
Carl M Corley 1907-2004
Carl M. Corley, age 97, of Fort Smith died Monday, March 15, 2004, in his home of natural causes. He was the chairman of the board of Carco International and was associated with the company and its predecessors Crouch Equipment Company from 1930 until his death. He was the first chairman of the International Dealer Council in 1962. He was the chairman of the Mid South Farm Equipment Association and an active member for many years. He was active and board member of the Arkansas Automobile Dealer’s Association.
He became a member of the First Baptist Church in 1939 and served as treasurer for more than 25 years. He in addition served as the interim music director during World War II and the Korean War when the director of music was called into the service. He was chairman of the board of deacons, chairman of the building committee, and with his wife was always a member of the choir.
The funeral service will be at 11 a.m. on Thursday, March 18, 2004, at the First Baptist Church with burial at Rose Lawn Cemetery under the direction of Edwards Funeral Home of Fort Smith.
He is survived by his wife, Juanita Isabella Harris, and they recently celebrated this 75th wedding anniversary. He is survived by one son, Carl D. Corley and his wife, Jackie of Fort Smith. He was born in Greasey Valley near Paris, and his parents were James Pinkerton Corley and Lamina Bridget Mayberry. He was the last of 15 brothers and sisters all of who are deceased and too many nieces and nephews to mention.
Lamina Bridget "Minnie" MAYBERRY and Denison Jackson "Jack" REDDEN were married on 16 December 1886 in Logan County, Arkansas.189 Denison Jackson "Jack" REDDEN189 was born on 29 August 1862.189 He died on 29 July 1892 at the age of 29 in Logan County, Arkansas.191
Jack was the son of James and Martha Redden. They are buried Moore Cemetery, outside of Paris, Logan Co AR. Dates on their stones are:
Martha A. Redden b. 27 Dec 1837, d. 4 May 1912
James Redden b. 15 Feb 1827, d. 22 Nov 1913
Lamina Bridget "Minnie" MAYBERRY and Denison Jackson "Jack" REDDEN had the following children:
|Opie REDDEN (private).|
|Doy Hilton REDDEN was born on 28 November 1889 in Paris, Logan County, Arkansas.4 He died on 28 October 1970 at the age of 80. He was buried in Jackson Cemetery, Subiaco, Logan County, Arkansas. |
1910 Census. Johnson Twp, Logan, AR, Hh 2
Doy H. Redden, 20, married 1 time, just, b. AR
Bertie G., wide, 17
Modie W. Rice, boarder (male), age 20
World War I Draft Registration. undated.
Doy Hilton Redden of Paris, AR, born 28 Nov 1889, Paris, AR; age 27. Has his own farm. Dependents are his wife and 4 children. He has served as a Private in the Infantry of the Arkansas State Guard for 3 years. Medium height, medium build, gray eyes, brown hair, not bald.
Wife Bertie Gertrude Rice was born 31 Aug 1892, died Aug 1985, Arkansas
Both are buried Johnson Cemetery, Subiaco, Logan Co, AR.
|Dennie REDDEN was born in December 1892.4 |
In 1900 and 1910, Dennie was listed as a daughter.
Lamina Bridget "Minnie" MAYBERRY and James Pinkerton CORLEY were married on 6 October 1895.4 James Pinkerton CORLEY was born on 15 October 1846 in Mississippi.4,190 He died on 2 November 1937 at the age of 91 in Logan County, Arkansas.190
Lamina Bridget "Minnie" MAYBERRY and James Pinkerton CORLEY had the following children:
|Lena "Lanie" CORLEY was born on 10 June 1896 in Logan County, Arkansas. She died on 23 March 1977 at the age of 80 in Booneville, Logan County, Arkansas.|
|Virginia CORLEY (private).|
|Ruby A. CORLEY (private).|
|Carl M. CORLEY was born in 1907 in Logan County, Arkansas.57 He died on 15 March 2004 at the age of 97 in Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Arkansas.|