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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Mary Calhoun MITCHUSSON

notes: She was an executor of her husband's Will along with her son Elijah. After her husband died she married his younger brother John Jefferson Satterfield.


James Russell LOFTIS

He was 16 in 1920.


Ethel DENSON

She was 15 in 1920.

She was the mother of 12 children.


Robert Joe LOFTIS

OBITUARY: Mr. Robert Joe Loftis, age 76 was born September 29,1926, in Jackson County, Tennessee. He was a resident of the Dodson Branch Community of Jackson County. He passed away Monday, October 7, 2002 at the Cookeville Regional Medical Center in Cookeville, Tennessee. Mr. Robert Joe Loftis was the husband of Annie B. Hensley Loftis. He was retired from Ford Motor Company and a member of the Center Grove Church of Christ. Mr. Robert Joe Loftis was the son of the late Russell Loftis and the late Ethel Denson Loftis. In addition to his wife he is survived by three sons; Earl E. Loftis, Jimmy Joe Loftis and Robert James Loftis all of Michigan. Three daughters; Kathy Jo Justice and Joyce Ann Olmeda both of Michigan and Margaret Sue Loftis of Cookeville, Tennessee. He is also survived by four brothers; Alvin Bob Loftis and J. M. Loftis, both of Michigan and Donald Loftis and Walter Loftis both of Lebanon, Tennessee. He is survived by three sisters; Ruby Jewel Henley of Alexandria, Tennessee, Pearl Jakubowski and Jean Whitfield both of Lebanon, Tennessee.


James FORD

NOTES: He was a member of the famous 'Fords Ferry Gang', which is said to have murdered so many people by Cave-in-Rock, Illinois. There is a book called "Satan's Ferryman" that tells more about James Ford and his sons. His tombstone no longer remains, but a Judge Hare, reported that he once saw it and the inscription was the following: "Here lies James Ford, who did more for the Western Country building it up more then all others. But was worse misrepresented by ungrateful men, his enemies."


James FORD

NOTES: He was a member of the famous 'Fords Ferry Gang', which is said to have murdered so many people by Cave-in-Rock, Illinois. There is a book called "Satan's Ferryman" that tells more about James Ford and his sons. His tombstone no longer remains, but a Judge Hare, reported that he once saw it and the inscription was the following: "Here lies James Ford, who did more for the Western Country building it up more then all others. But was worse misrepresented by ungrateful men, his enemies."


Ray MOORE

He was killed during World War II.


Dorothy Jean DOSS

She was 6 in 1930.


Thomas Goode CLARK

Killed in the Battle of Gettysburg during the Civil War. Served in Company F, 42nd Mississippi Infantry CSA.


Jonathan CLARK

Killed in the Battle of Gettysburg during the Civil War. Served in Company F, 42nd Mississippi Infantry CSA.


Albert Henry CLARK

Killed in the Battle of Gettysburg during the Civil War. Served in Company F, 42nd Mississippi Infantry CSA.