125. Mina Omega "Minnie" WOOD was born on 10 January 1884 in Uniontown, Crawford County, Arkansas.66,146,147 She died on 21 February 1964 at the age of 80 in Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Arkansas.147,148 She was buried in Uniontown Cemetery, Crawford County, Arkansas.
The 1900 Census is the only record I have found of this daughter Minnie O. Letitia states 11 children born, 9 living which is correct with the addition of Minnie.
VAN BUREN PRESS
Aug 24, 1907
Mrs. A. S. Matlock, of Van Buren, is visiting her parents, Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Wood of this place.
Obituaries, Death Notices & News Items Extracted from the Van Buren Press 1912 Compiled by Fran Alverson Warren, p.44
24 Aug 1912. Mrs. A. S. Matlock returned home Sunday from a family reunion at the home of her father, Mr. J. C. Wood, of Uniontown.
Buried in Uniontown Cemetery, Crawford Co AR. The date of death was transcribed in the book as 1964. The date 1969 is from family records.
Mina Omega "Minnie" WOOD and Albert Sidney MATLOCK were married on 27 December 1903 in Uniontown, Crawford County, Arkansas.146,147,148 Albert Sidney MATLOCK147, son of William Armstrong MATLOCK and Harriet STEWART, was born on 12 April 1880 in Statler, Crawford County, Arkansas.146,147,148 He died on 29 December 1969 at the age of 89 in Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Arkansas.147,148 He was buried in Uniontown Cemetery, Crawford County, Arkansas.
Sidney was a mail carrier & postal clerk, the postmaster at Van Buren from 1905-1917. Also worked in his uncle's coffin factory.
Van Buren Newspaper
Sid Matlock has typhoid fever. 25 Aug 1906
Married 7 years at time of 1910 Census.
Married by George W. Jones, JP.
1910 Census. Crawford County AR, Van Buren
Albert S. Matlock Head MW 30 M1 7yr AR AR AR Mail carrier
Mina O. Wife FW 26 M 4/4 AR MO MO
Joseph Son MW 5 S AR AR AR
Crystal E. Dau FW 2 S AR AR AR
Jamima G. Dau FW 2/12 S AR AR AR
12 Sep 1918 World War I Draft Registration
Albert Sidney Matlock of Van Buren, Crawford AR, was age 38, born 12 April 1880. He was a postal clerk at the Van Buren Post Office. Mina Wood Matlock was his nearest relative. 5'11" tall, stout build, brown eyes, brown hair
1920 Census. Van Buren, Crawford Co AR
Sidney Matlock, age 39. Mina, wife, age 36.
Joe Bill 15, Crystal 13, Goldie May 11, Janet 9, Albert 7, Armstrong 3, Jack age 9 months.
Centennial History of Arkansas, Vol. II; S. J. Clarke Publishing Co, Chicago-Little Rock, 1922
p.505 ALBERT S. MATLOCK
Albert S. Matlock, filling the position of postmaster at Van Buren, was born at Stattler, Crawford County, Arkansas, April 12, 1800, his parents being William and Harriet (Stewart) Matlock. The father removed from Overton County, Tennessee to Arkansas, while Jesse Stewart, the grandfather of Albert S. Matlock in the maternal line, came from Cincinnati, Ohio, and settled about five miles north of the Figure Five post office. Mr. and Mrs. William Matlock became parents of nine children. Of this family E. L. Matlock is now an attorney of Van Buren, while J. D. Matlock is an official of the Arkansas Coffin Company. The family was represented by service in the World War, Fred Matlock and E. L. James, two nephews of Albert S. Matlock, serving with the United States Army during the period of hostility with Germany.
Having acquired a common school education, Albert S. Matlock, in 1904, became a railway mail carrier and through his entire business career has been identified with the mail service. After acting in his original position until 1917, he was appointed a clerk in the Van Buren post office and in 1919 received the appointment to the position of postmaster for the regular four years' term. His previous experience well qualified him for the duties of this position - duties which he discharges with marked promptness, accuracy and fidelity.
In 1904 Mr. Matlock was married to Miss Mina Wood, a daughter of J. C. Wood of Uniontown, Arkansas, and a sister of Dr. T. F. Wood, who was a captain in the medical Corps of the United States Army during the World War, spending a year and half overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Matlock have become parents of seven children: Joseph B., Crystal, Goldie May, Jeanette, Albert, Armstrong and Jack Pershing. The religious faith of the family is that of the Presbyterian church to the teachings of which Mr. & Mrs. Matlock loyally adhere, taking an active interest in all those forces which make for the uplift of the individual and the benefit of the community at large. He cooperates heartily in all matters for the welfare of city and state and the sterling worth of his character has established him high in the esteem of his fellow townsmen.
In 1930 the family was in Sebastian Co, Upper Twp, Ft. Smith
A. S. Matlock, age 49, married at age 24. Mina, wife, age 46, married at age 19.
Albert 17, Armstrong 13, Jack 11, and Peggie age 3 years, 9 months.
1940 Census. Upper Twp, South Fort Smith, Sebastian, AR, Hh 40
Albert Matlock, 60. lived in the same house in 1935. Machinist repair; casket factory
Mina, wife, 56
Jack, son, 29, spray painter, casket factory.
Peggy, dau, 13
1942 World War II Draft Registration
Address was Box 103, South Fort Smith, Sebastian Co, AR. Albert was now 62. Mrs. Mina Matlock would always know his address. He was employed by J. D. Matlock, Arkansas Coffin Co.
Buried in Uniontown Cemetery, Crawford Co AR.
Mina Omega "Minnie" WOOD and Albert Sidney MATLOCK had the following children:
|Joseph William MATLOCK147 was born on 2 November 1904 in Arkansas.146 He died on 14 January 1990 at the age of 85 in San Diego, California.147|
|Crystal E. MATLOCK147 was born in 1907 in Arkansas.146 |
Married Elvie A. Hayes, 11 Apr 1925, Crawford, AR. He was 21, from Fort Smith, Crystal was 18.
1930 Census. Kansas City, Wyandotte Co, KA, Hh 297
2210 N. 10th St.
Elvie A. Hayes, 26, married at 21, b. Kansas, Mill Wright, Casket Mfg
Crystal, E., wife, 23, married at 18, Seatress, Casket Mfg.
1940 Census. Quindaro Twp, Wyandotte, KA, Hh 36
2900 Holcomb Rd - Elvie & Crystal lived in the same place in 1935
Elbie A. Hayes, 36, casket maker, Casket Co
Crystal E., wife, 33, casket make, Casket Co
Steward A. Matlock, brother-in-law, age 24, lived in Ft. Smith, AR in 1935, New Worker
Elvie and Cyrstal's brother Joe Matlock, were both in the casket business in San Diego.
|Golden "Goldie May" MATLOCK147 was born on 14 August 1908 in Arkansas.146 She died on 5 December 1993 at the age of 85 in San Diego, California. |
Golden Matlock married Patrick Hayes, brother of Elvie Hayes that married her sister Crystal, 24 Jan 1925, Sebastian Co, AR. His name is given as O. E. Hayes in the marriage records - he was 19, she was 16, both lived in Fort Smith. They were married b. D. N. Weaver.
Golden Hayes, died 6 Dec 1993 in San Diego, CA - She was born 14 Aug 1908 in Arkansas. Her father's name Matlock; her mother's surname Wood.
|Janet Lamina MATLOCK147 was born on 5 February 1910 in Van Buren, Crawford County, Arkansas.146,147 Age given for Census as 2/12. She died in December 1977 at the age of 67 in Kansas City, Missouri.147 Buried at Bonner Springs, Kansas. |
Married (1) Charles E. Winters III. They were divorced. Married (2) Harvey Dwight Mann of Bonner Springs, Kansas.
This is the line of Carolyn W. Poulin.
|Albert W. MATLOCK147 was born in 1913 in Arkansas. He died in Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida.147 |
Married (1) Norma Blaylock. (2) Scottie ???
|Stewart Armstrong MATLOCK147 was born in 1916 in Arkansas. Armstrong's wife was from Marshall, MO. He was an airplane mechanic for Rick Helicopter Co in San Francisco, CA.|
|John Pershing MATLOCK147 was born on 29 March 1919 in Arkansas. He died on 29 September 1992 at the age of 73 in Sebastian County, Arkansas. |
Wife's given name was Elizabeth.
Buried Fort Smith National Cemetery, SSgt. US Army
|Peggy MATLOCK147 was born in 1926 in Arkansas. |
Peggy married Warren Fahrner.