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Living MATTHEWS.3

Spouse: Living WOODWARD. Children were: Living MATTHEWS, Living WOODARD.


Living MATTHEWS.3 Parents: Living MATTHEWS and Living WOODWARD.


Living MATTHEWS.3 Parents: Elliott Robertson MATTHEWS II and Margaret Susan BURNS.

Spouse: Living CRUTCHER. Children were: Living CRUTCHER.


Living MATTHEWS.3 Parents: Elliott Robertson MATTHEWS II and Margaret Susan BURNS.

Spouse: Living JOHNSON. Children were: Living JOHNSON.


Living MATTHEWS.3 Parents: Elliott Robertson MATTHEWS II and Margaret Susan BURNS.

Spouse: Living ROGERS.


Living MATTHEWS.3 Parents: Elliott Robertson MATTHEWS II and Margaret Susan BURNS.

Spouse: Living ZIMMERNAN. Children were: Living MATTHEWS.


Living MATTHEWS.3 Parents: Living MATTHEWS and Living ZIMMERNAN.


Living MATTHEWS.3 Parents: William Elliott MATTHEWS and Maud WHEELER.


Living MATTHEWS.3 Parents: William Elliott MATTHEWS and Maud WHEELER.


Living MATTHEWS.3 Parents: John Alexis MATTHEWS and Margaret ZETROVER.


Living MATTHEWS.3 Parents: John Alexis MATTHEWS and Margaret ZETROVER.


Living MATTHEWS.3 Parents: John Alexis MATTHEWS and Margaret ZETROVER.


Living MATTHEWS.3

Spouse: Living BOYD. Children were: Living BOYD, Living BOYD.


Living MATTHEWS.3 Parents: Living WILLIAMS and Living MATTHEWS.


Living MATTHEWS.3

Spouse: Living WILLIAMS. Children were: Living MATTHEWS.


Living MATTHEWS.3

Spouse: Living FIELDS. Children were: Living MATTHEWS.


Living MATTHEWS.3 Parents: Living MATTHEWS and Living FIELDS.


Living MATTHEWS.5,94

Spouse: Living EBEL. Children were: Living MATTHEWS, Third Living MATTHEWS, Living MATTHEWS.


Living MATTHEWS.5,94 Parents: Living MATTHEWS and Living EBEL.


Third Living MATTHEWS.5,94 Parents: Living MATTHEWS and Living EBEL.


Living MATTHEWS.5,94 Parents: Living MATTHEWS and Living EBEL.


Lucian Turner MATTHEWS3,402 was born on 12 May 1848 in Madison Co. Alabama..3,402 He died on 18 Sep 1872 in Huntsville, Alabama..3,402 He is reference number 76737. Parents: Luke MATTHEWS and Lucy Anne SPOTSWOOD.


Lucille MATTHEWS3,402 was born on 18 Jul 1889 in Huntsville, Alabama..3,402 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 76698. Parents: William Edwin MATTHEWS and Caroline Mary TARDY.

Spouse: Hugh Asher STUBBINS. Hugh Asher STUBBINS and Lucille MATTHEWS were married on 6 Apr 1911.3,402 Reference Number:1258009 Children were: Living STUBBINS, Living STUBBINS, Living STUBBINS, Living STUBBINS.


Lucy Spotswood MATTHEWS3,402 was born on 29 Jul 1854 in Madison Co., Alabama..3,402 She died Unknown in Madison Co. Alabama..3,402 She is reference number 76735. Parents: Luke MATTHEWS and Lucy Anne SPOTSWOOD.

Spouse: David Irvine WHITE. David Irvine WHITE and Lucy Spotswood MATTHEWS were married. Reference Number:1258620


Luke MATTHEWS3,402 was born in Brunswick Co., VA.3,402 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 77081. Parents: Charles MATTHEWS.

Spouse: Lucinda FOX. Luke MATTHEWS and Lucinda FOX were married. Reference Number:1258527 Children were: John MATTHEWS, Isham MATTHEWS, Nancy MATTHEWS, Drury MATTHEWS, Luke MATTHEWS.


Luke MATTHEWS3,402 was born on 20 Sep 1796 in Campbell Co., VA..3,402 He died on 1 Aug 1875 in Huntsville, Madison Co., Alabama..3,402 He is reference number 76730. [boyd-trees.ged]







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Luke Matthew's Jr, was born in Campbell County Virginia, September 20, 1796. He was a
descendent of Samuel Matthews , an early Colonial Governor. He was one of eight children. He
and his brother Samuel were the only ones to migrate to Alabama.

These brothers possibly came down soon after the county was opened, for records show that
Luke entered several sections of land on February 19, 1818, the date of the first land sale. On
March 8, 1826, he married Miss Judith Peete. It is believed it was shortly after his marriage that
he built the large brick home called "Cotton Hill" in Limestone County. This mansion reeks of the
old plantation days. It whispers of lawn parties, and ladies in flowing hoop skirts, and darkies
moving about with large trays and frequent flashes of white teeth bared by smiles of happiness.
When he prepared to erect the mansion, he drew his own plans, then turned to a neighboring
contractor who had built numerous homes in Limestone County.


bricks for the 18 inch thick wall were made on the plantation. Certain abutments on the rear of
the mansion indicate that the owners planned to enlarge it. The contractor, Mr. William Parham,
was exceptionally good at cabinet work, and each door, each mantel piece and similar items of
woodwork were cut by hand. It was a large rectangular building, fashioned after that of the
prevailing period in Virginia. There were four large rooms, two upstairs and two downstairs, two
hallways and a three room basement. Windows were large and numerous, front doors opening
onto double porches only, were 12 to 15 ft square, were set off by fanlight transoms. Brick walks
in the rear led to the kitchen and store rooms, and carriage house and stables. Two theories
exist as to how the plantation got its name "Cotton Hill". One is that the red soil on the farm was
so rich that it was a leader in producing cotton. The other and accepted as more likely, to be true
explains that it received its name from the cottonwood trees, which with the black locusts, oaks
and sycamore, covered the hill.

Matthews was recognized as a kind master to his slaves. At the time of the residence of this
home, he was owner of a 1,000 acre plantation. From its site on a natural rise over-looking the
road from the north, the home watched its owner and builder expand his fortune into that of a
typical and prosperous southern cotton planter. Children arrived, four in all, visitors were
numerous, and hospitality abounded, then the lady of the house died.

In a short time the family moved away from this home. With four small children and a large
plantation on his hands, Luke lost little time in looking about for another wife. On January 26,
1843, he married Lucy Ann Spotswood, daughter of Elliott and Sarah Dandridge Spotswood of
Madison County, Alabama. They moved to a new home in this county near Elco Switch. During
the years of the Civil War, Luke and his family moved to a home on Adams Avenue, Huntsville.
Later, he bought and lived in the large home on McClung Street, where he died August 1, 1875
at the age of 79.

Luke was a tall, thin man with a narrow face, aquiline nose, and sideburns. His principal and
most valuable characteristic was that of Justice. He believed in paying his debts, and had no
patience with those who did not. With this policy, coupled with good business sense, there was
little to keep him from amassing wealth, back in that period when cotton could be grown so easily
on the rich, virgin soil. He bought more land, more cattle, and in time, became one of the largest
land owners and wealthiest men in North Alabama. Parents: Luke MATTHEWS and Lucinda FOX.

Spouse: Judith PEETE. Luke MATTHEWS and Judith PEETE were married on 8 Mar 1826.3,402 Reference Number:1258522 Children were: Samuel P. MATTHEWS, Mary Jane MATTHEWS, Ben MATTHEWS.

Spouse: Lucy Anne SPOTSWOOD. Luke MATTHEWS and Lucy Anne SPOTSWOOD were married on 26 Jan 1843.3,402 Reference Number:1257892 Children were: James Pleasant MATTHEWS, Elizabeth MATTHEWS, Susie Botts MATTHEWS, John Nathaniel MATTHEWS, Elliott Robertson MATTHEWS, Lucian Turner MATTHEWS, William Edwin MATTHEWS, Lucy Spotswood MATTHEWS.


Mansell MATTHEWS3,206 was born on 16 Aug 1900.3,206 He died on 27 Jun 1928.3,206 He is reference number 66106. Parents: Collin Joseph MATTHEWS and Laura SHIPLEY.

Spouse: Living WALTON.


Mansell Walter MATTHEWS3,206 was born on 8 Feb 1849 in Glen Rose, Somervell Co., TX.3,206 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 66099. Parents: Joseph Jefferson MATTHEWS and Laura Leek MILAM.


Margaret Louise MATTHEWS3,402 was born on 7 Feb 1909 in Pittsburg, PA..3,402 She died on 21 Dec 1996 in Birmingham, Alabama..3,402 She is reference number 76673. [boyd-trees.ged]







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Bristol Herald Courier / Bristol Virginia - Tennessean
Sunday April 19, 1987

Article on "Working Retirees"

CAROLYN ROSENBAUM
Staff Writer

Margaret Scott has an "I don't care" attitude about retirement. Her concept is, "I don't care for it." The 78 year-old Abingdon resident, who is often spotted driving her green MGB around town, said quitting work at retirement age can be disastrous for the older citizen who can no longer makes "contributions to life or create his own happiness."

At her age, Mrs. Scott is still making contributions - and by no means is retired from the mainstream of life. Twenty hours a week she is coordinator for a local senior volunteer program.

Anne Leibig, director of Clinch River Educational Center in Abingdon, said a heathy person needs to love and to work. Work, she said, can be defined different ways, but primarily it is "interacting with the world and creating something meaningful." People need creative interaction with the world, she continued, saying that some people require a sructured work environment while others can be creative in their own homes by participating in volunteer and political services or any other opportunity that makes a creative environment, she said.

Mrs. Scott is an example of the many citizens, 56 and older, in the Mountain Empire, as well as throughout the United States, who have chosen to • return to work after their retirement because they feel bored, miss interaction with people or simply want to supplement their incomes or social security checks.
Mrs. Scott, a youthful-looking lady who was a journalist serving as society reditor for a newspaper in Alabama, I explained that her "cute little car" that takes her to work each day," is called "Perseus." She queries, "You know, Perseus the god that had wings on his feet?" " I just call it Persy, though." Mrs. Scott, retrieving her appointment calendar, scanned her schedule to find a free day on which she has not committed herself to helping others. "Looks like I'm free on Tuesday of next week," she said, explaining that her work often allows her to travel to Glade Spring, Darnascus, Abingdon, Clinchburg and Benhams several days a week to assist as coordinator of the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP}, a national program sponsoreel locally by District 3 Governmental Cooperative, an area agency on aging for the Mount Rogers Planning District.

She said the first thing she did after she arrived in Abingdon two years ago was to report to the Senior Center & Services where she volunteered to help. She loved her work so much that she obtained a part-time, salaried job from RSVP. "And, I've been going great guns every since." she said, adding that she's worked for the agency for the past two years.

She loves being involved with the public, and of course, the additional income is very nice, she admitted.

But Mrs. Scott feels getting involved is the key to life. She says she's fortunate to have lived such a wonderful life. She enjoyed the journalism career and later raised a family. During the middle 1960's she was a medical staff secretary at St. Vincent's Hospital in Birmingham until her retirement in 1973 when she was 65.

A 1966 survey conducted by the American Association of Retired Persons shows that of its 24 million members, as many as 26 percent of the citizens 50 and older work. A spokesperson from AARP said the number of older citizens who are working is growing rapidly.

Staff photo/Bill McKee
Margaret Scott, coordinator of a Relired Senior
Volunteer Program, is often spotted in Abingdon
zipping to her appointments in her green MGB. Parents: Elliott Robertson MATTHEWS II and Margaret Susan BURNS.

Spouse: Living TAYLOR. Children were: Living BOYD.

Spouse: Living SCOTT.

Spouse: James Richardson BOYD II. James Richardson BOYD II and Margaret Louise MATTHEWS were married on 17 Apr 1935.3,402 Reference Number:1257434 Children were: Living BOYD, Living BOYD.


Martha MATTHEWS2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 30458. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Hanna of Castle Sorbie, Scotland, and Descendants," by Rev. James Arthur
MacClannahan Hanna (Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, MI, 1959) p.359-360.

!Birth: (1) d/o Andrew Gatewood MATTHEWS/Mary Jane SEE of Pulaski Co., VA.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Hanna of Castle Sorbie, Scotland, and Descendants," by Rev. James Arthur
MacClannahan Hanna (Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, MI, 1959) p.359-360.

!Birth: (1) d/o Andrew Gatewood MATTHEWS/Mary Jane SEE of Pulaski Co., VA. Parents: Andrew Gatewood MATTHEWS and Mary Jane SEE.

Spouse: Uriah HEVENER. Uriah HEVENER and Martha MATTHEWS were married. Reference Number:573019 Children were: Elizabeth Archer HEVENER.


Mary Ann MATTHEWS395 was born on 4 May 1835 in Hopkins Co KY Per 1850 Census.395 She appeared in the census on 12 Nov 1850 in Age 15 Dist 24 Crawford Co MO Image 140 Of 146.395 She appeared in the census on 30 Jul 1870 in Age 36 Courtois Twp Crawford Co MO Image 64 Of 213.395 She appeared in the census on 25 Jun 1880 in Age 45 Ed 54 Courtois Twp Crawford Co MO Image 24 Of 32.395 She appeared in the census on 9 Jun 1900 in Age 65 Ed 3 Courtois Twp Crawford MO Image 13 Of 30.395 She died on 27 Sep 1908 in Crawford Co MO.395 She was also known as Mathis Mathews. She was buried in Brown Cemetery Crawford Co MO.395 [2333582.ged]

DATE: 4/13/98
NO: 189
NAME: Marcy Hammers
EMAIL: marcyh@netfocus.net
SURNAM ES: BROWN & MATTHEWS
RICHARD MILLER BROWN b. 25 Oct 1829 Sparta, TN d. 28 Apr. 1906 Crawford Co., Mo MARY ANN MATTHEWS b. 4 May 1835 Hopkins Co., KY d. 27 Se pt 1908 Crawford Co., Mo. Mary Ann was a Cherokee maiden. She walked the TRAIL of TEARS with her parents WILLIAM HARRISON MATTHEWS & ROSANNA PIDCOCK.
CHILDRE N:

WILLIAM ARTHUR b. 6 Oct. 1853
sp. EMELINE DAY HARMAN
PERNETTE ANN b. 18 Jan.1856
sp. JOHN LUCK
ISSAC FRANKLIN b. 5 Mar. 1858
sp. ELIZA ALICE MOUTRA Y
THEODORE ALLEN b. 18 Feb. 1861
sp. 1. MARY E. SOWARDS 2. MARTHA ELIZABETH H ARPER CLONTS
JOHN RICHARD b. 10 Mar. 1866 Crawford Co., Mo d. 4 Aug. 1923 Craw ford Co., Mo.
sp. 1. ADELLA WOOD 2. ANGIE HALBERT
ELIZA FLORENCE b. 12 Oct. 1 868 Crawford Co., Mo.
sp. EDWARD MONROE MOUTRAY
MARTHA ADELLA b. 27 July 1871 Crawford Co., Mo
ROBERT SPAIN b. 20 June 1874 Mary's Valley, Crawford Co., Mo . d. 2 Nov. 1953 Steelville, Mo
sp. AMELIA WILHELMENIA (MOLLIE) SLOVENSKY my g reat grandparents
LILLIE MAY b. 25 Feb. 1877 Crawford County, Mo
sp. EUGENE P RESTON CLONTS
Any information on these families would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
Marcy (Garrison) Hammers
6851 State Hwy 125 N
Rogersville, Mo
657 42-8123 Parents: William Harrison MATTHEWS and A Rosanna PIDCOCK.

Spouse: Richard Miller BROWN. Richard Miller BROWN and Mary Ann MATTHEWS were married on 4 Jan 1853 in TN.395 Children were: William Arthur BROWN, Pernette Ann BROWN, Issac Franklin BROWN, Theodore Allen BROWN, Elizabeth F BROWN, John Richard BROWN, Eliza Florence BROWN, Martha Adella BROWN, Robert Spain BROWN, Lillie May BROWN.


Mary Elizabeth MATTHEWS3,178,218 died in 1836.3,178,218 She is reference number 107362.

Spouse: Charles Leroy BOYD. Charles Leroy BOYD and Mary Elizabeth MATTHEWS were married on 2 Feb 1824 in Charleston, South Carolina.3,178,218 Reference Number:1679492 Children were: Dr. C. L. R. BOYD, James W. BOYD, Matthews BOYD.


Mary Jane MATTHEWS3,402 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 76742. Parents: Luke MATTHEWS and Judith PEETE.


Mary M. MATTHEWS2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 44886. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Buchanan, Virginia: Gateway to the Southwest," by Harry Fulwiler, Jr. (1980) p.30-40 . FHL book 975.583/B1 H2f.
(2) "Botetourt County Marriages," by John Vogt and T. William Kethley Jr., p.53. FHL book 9 75.583 V2v.

! Birth: (1,2) d/o Action N. MATTHEWS.

Spouse: James P. BOYD. James P. BOYD and Mary M. MATTHEWS were married on 7 Oct 1847 in , Botetourt Co., Virginia.2,3 Reference Number:793616 Children were: Elmira C. BOYD.


Mildred MATTHEWS19 was born on 22 Sep 1907.19 She died on 10 May 1975.19 She was buried in Shady Grove Cemetery, Cherokee County, Alabama.19

Spouse: Leonard Joseph MCCLUSKEY. Leonard Joseph MCCLUSKEY and Mildred MATTHEWS were married on 3 Dec 1932.19 Children were: Robert Lynn MCCLUSKEY, John Wayne MCCLUSKEY.


Myrtle P MATTHEWS395 was born on 16 Mar 1884.395 She died on 19 Jul 1886.395 She was buried in Gibbs Cem Crawford Co MO.395 Parents: John Edward MATTHEWS and Mary Isabel MILLS.


Nancy MATTHEWS3,402 was born on 11 Oct 1785.3,402 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 77085. Parents: Luke MATTHEWS and Lucinda FOX.


Narcissa Scruggs MATTHEWS3,402 was born on 14 Aug 1870 in Huntsville, Alabama..3,402 She died on 15 Apr 1886 in Huntsville, Alabama..3,402 She is reference number 76709. Parents: Elliott Robertson MATTHEWS and Frances Weakley SCRUGGS.


Narnie MATTHEWS3,402 was born on 14 Dec 1887 in Huntsville, Alabama..3,402 She died on 1 Jun 1966.3,402 She is reference number 76697. Parents: William Edwin MATTHEWS and Caroline Mary TARDY.

Spouse: John Walter SHULL. John Walter SHULL and Narnie MATTHEWS were married on 20 Sep 1909.3,402 Reference Number:1257995 Children were: Living SHULL, Living SHULL, Living SHULL.


Norman Z. MATTHEWS7,234 was born before 1818.

Spouse: Lucy RISLEY. Norman Z. MATTHEWS and Lucy RISLEY were married in 1818.


Pervy MATTHEWS3,483 was born in 1892.3,483 He died in 1940.3,483 He is reference number 59399. Parents: Lee MATTHEWS and Ella DODSON.

Spouse: Lillian Margarite HARRIS. Pervy MATTHEWS and Lillian Margarite HARRIS were married. Reference Number:1007053 Children were: Living MATTHEWS.


Phoeba Ann MATTHEWS.138

Spouse: Thomas Tinsley HODGES. Children were: Nancy Jane HODGES.


Robert MATTHEWS3,399 was born.3,399,400 He died Unknown.3,399,400 He is reference number 8096. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400

Spouse: Mollie ROACH. Robert MATTHEWS and Mollie ROACH were married.3,399,400 Reference Number:170476 Children were: Living MURRY.


Sampson MATTHEWS2,3 was born in 1737.2,3 He died in 1807 in Dunmore, Pocahontas Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He is reference number 30461. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Hanna of Castle Sorbie, Scotland, and Descendants," by Rev. James Arthur
MacClannahan Hanna (Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, MI, 1959) p.359-360.

!Birth: (1) 1737.
Death: (1) 1807.

(1) Of Dunmore, VA.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Hanna of Castle Sorbie, Scotland, and Descendants," by Rev. James Arthur
MacClannahan Hanna (Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, MI, 1959) p.359-360.

!Birth: (1) 1737.
Death: (1) 1807.

(1) Of Dunmore, VA.

Spouse: Mary WARWICK. Sampson MATTHEWS and Mary WARWICK were married. Reference Number:573052 Children were: Andrew Gatewood MATTHEWS.


Samuel MATTHEWS.3


Samuel P. MATTHEWS3,402 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 76740. Parents: Luke MATTHEWS and Judith PEETE.


Sarah Evans MATTHEWS395,783,1040 was born in 1841 in MO From 1850 Census Records.395 She appeared in the census on 12 Nov 1850 in Age 10 Dist 24 Crawford Co MO Image 140 Of 146.395 She appeared in the census on 18 Jul 1860 in Age 19 Courtoris Twp Crawford Co MO Image 1 Of 22.395 She appeared in the census on 22 Jun 1870 in Age 28 Franklin Twp Dent Co MO Image 19 Of 176.395 She appeared in the census on 1 Jun 1880 in Age 39 Scott Twp Dist 123 Taney Co MO Image 2 Of 42.395 She was also known as Mathews Mathis. [2333582.ged]

Moved to Oklahoma.

DENT CO., MO. DEED RECORDS

Stewart, Campbell -- Henry Stewart & Wife; Date: 31 May 1871, Filed: 22 Aug.
1873, 4 p. m., Warranty Deed , B. L., pg. 560__________________________________
__________Lot 2, Blk 11, E side of Creek in Salem.____________________________

Sarah's mother is found in the Crawford County MO census as A R (1850) and Rosanna (1860). In both cens us the father's name does not appear. The 1850 Crawford Co MO census lists
A R Mathis 40 F Widowed KY
M Mathis 15 F KY
G W Mathis 12 M KY
S E Mathis 10 F MO; this is Sarah Evans
N J Mathis 6 F MO; this is Sarah's sister who married William Stewart.
Ann Pedcock 76 F Widowed VA, I am assuming this is Rosanna's Mother.
Wm Pedcock 26 M Farmer TN
Note: There are other Pedcock's on the 1850 MO census living near by Rosannah who were born in KY. Based on the dates and location of births. I am assuming Rosanna & family move to MO from KY around 18 38-1840. Husband and father William Mathews/Mathis died after 1844 and before 1 850 based on youngest child birthday and missing from 1850 census. Rosanna Pidc ock and William Harr Matthews show up in the Hopkins County KY marriage records as getting married in 1833. This is consistent with the oldest child (M Mathis ) being born in KY in 1835. Parents: William Harrison MATTHEWS and A Rosanna PIDCOCK.

Spouse: Henry STEWART. Henry STEWART and Sarah Evans MATTHEWS were married on 4 Feb 1864 in By Thos. H. Clayton, Jp At Crawford Co., MO..395,783,1040 Children were: Mary M STEWART, William Milton STEWART, Rosennah J STEWART, Ida Belle STEWART, John George STEWART, Louisa Laura STEWART, Nettie F STEWART, Peter Anvil STEWART, Charlie Preston STEWART.


Susan E MATTHEWS395 was born on 26 Mar 1886 in MO Per 1900 Census.395 She appeared in the census on 1 Jun 1900 in Age 14 Ed 3 Courtois Twp Crawford MO Image 1 Of 30.395 She died on 4 Oct 1909.395 She was buried in Gibbs Cem Crawford Co MO.395 Parents: John Edward MATTHEWS and Mary Isabel MILLS.


Susie MATTHEWS3,402 was born on 30 Sep 1882.3,402 She died on 11 Oct 1883.3,402 She is reference number 76695. Parents: William Edwin MATTHEWS and Caroline Mary TARDY.


Susie Botts MATTHEWS3,402 was born in Huntsville, Madison Co., Alabama..3,402 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 76734. Parents: Luke MATTHEWS and Lucy Anne SPOTSWOOD.

Spouse: Edward FAUST. Edward FAUST and Susie Botts MATTHEWS were married. Reference Number:1258605

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