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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Nathan B. WOOSLEY

He was 4 in 1860.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1880 Mine Creek, Hempstead, Arkansas page #430A
WOOSLEY, Nathan B. head, age 23, married, farm laborer, AR MO MO
WOOSLEY, Amande wife, age 22, married, keeps house, AR TN AL
LINGO, Sarah J. mother-in-law, age 47, married, AL GA GA


Amanda LINGO

She was 22 in 1880.


John A. CAPPS

He was 9 months old in 1850 living with his mother who may have been a widow.

He was 31 in 1880.

CENSUS RECORDS: 20 Nov 1850 Van Buren Twp, Crawford, Arkansas page #346, family #4/4
CAPPS, Sarah age 25, female, Farmer, TN
CAPPS, Elizabeth age 14, female, attends school, $716, AR
CAPPS, Smith age 6, male, AR
CAPPS, Mary age 3, female, $716, AR
CAPPS, John H. age 9/12, $716, AR
SHINAULT, James age 61, male, no occupation, TN


Sarah M. WOOSLEY

She was 7 in 1860.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1880 Van Buren, Crawford, Arkansas page #612B
CAPPS, John A. Head,age 31, married, farmer, MO TN TN
CAPPS, Sarah M. Wife, age 26, keeps house, AR MO AR
CAPPS, Ellen A. Dau, age 7, AR MO AR
CAPPS, Mary M. Dau, age 4, AR MO AR
CAPPS, Rosy Bell Dau, age 2, AR MO AR
MITCHELL, Sarah E. Mother-in-Law, age 49, widow, AR GA TN
WOOSLY, Wm. W. Boarder, age 18, single, Works On Farm, AR MO AR
CHANDLER, Jimey Boarder, age 20, single, Works On Farm, AR unk unk


Ellen A. CAPPS

She was 7 in 1880.


Mary M. CAPPS

She was 4 in 1880.


Rosa Bell CAPPS

She was 2 in 1880.


Abraham STOREY

Extracted birth or christening record for Heversham, Westmorland, England film #97370


Anthony STOREY

Extracted birth or christening record for Heversham, Westmorland, England film #97370


Constantine Haslin PERKINS

CENSUS RECORDS: 24 Sep 1850 Dist#17, Cedar County, Missouri page #160, family #478/478
PURKINS, Constant H. age 34, male, farmer, VA
PURKINS, Parthena age 28, female, MO
PURKINS, Phebe O. age 9, female, attends school, MO
PURKINS, Laura M. age 1, female, MO
BALL, Joseph age 26, male, farmer, MO
BALL, Melinda age 24, female, MO


Parthena Edens BALL

She was 28 in 1850.

NEWSPAPERS: unknown
One of Ray’s Oldest Women Mrs. Parthena PERKINS Has Lived Here More Than Eighty Four Years. Accompanying this sketch is an excellent likeness of Mrs. Parthena PERKINS, who is probably the oldest woman in Ray County. Mrs. PERKINS is a native of Athens, Alabama where she was born 12 September 1815, and is now in her 91st year. She is a daughter of the late Joseph H. BALL who was a pioneer Methodist minister, and emigrated to Missouri with her parents and settled in Richmond when she was six years of age. For more than eight-four years she has been a resident of this city and vicinity, which she has seen advance from a sparsely settled community to a busy city of more than five thousand population. It is indeed interesting to hear her talk of the early history of this city and county and of the time when the present town site was a cornfield and when she attended school in the old log building used for a court house which stood on the site of the present court house. Mrs. PERKINS united with the Methodist church more than sixty years ago and has always been a devout christian woman and one whose every act was worthy of emulation. She is the widow of Haskin PERKINS, who died during the Civil War. She is the mother of two children, one of who, Mrs. Robert J. WILLIAMS, with whom she makes her home in East Richmond, is living. She is numbered among Ray county’s many noble women and her host of friends trust that she will be spared for many more years. (File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Shirley Brungardt shirleyb@alumni.umkc.edu)

NEWSPAPERS: Richmond newspaper 12 April 1906
Mrs. Parthena PERKINS Dead. She was numbered Among Ray County’s Oldest Residents. Mrs. Parthena PERKINS, who was probably the oldest woman in Ray County, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert J. WILLIAMS, on Woodson Institute Street, this city, Wednesday afternoon, April 11th. Her death resulted from diseases incident to old age and was not unexpected by her relatives and friends. Mrs. PERKINS was the widow of the late Haskin PERKINS and a daughter of the late Joseph H. BALL, who was one of the pioneer Methodist ministers of this state. She was a native of Alabama, born 12 September 1815, and was in her 91st year when she died. She emigrated to Missouri with her parents and settled in Richmond when she was six years old and for eighty five years had been a resident of this city and vicinity. She united with the Methodist church more then sixty years ago and had always been a devout christian woman and one whose every act was worthy of emulation. She was the mother of two children, one of whom, Mrs. WILLIAMS, with whom she made her home, survives her and who has the sympathy of many friends in the death of a noble, christian mother. The funeral was held this afternoon at one o’clock at the residence of Mrs. WILLIAMS, conducted by Rev. C. B. DUNCAN, pastor of the Methodist church following which the body was taken to Todd’s Chapel for interment. (File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Shirley Brungardt shirleyb@alumni.umkc.edu)

NEWSPAPERS: Richmond Conservator, 19 April 1906
Parthena PERKINS, whose death occurred on April 11th, was held last Thursday afternoon from the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. J. WILLIAMS, in East Richmond, conducted by Rev. C. B. DUNCAN, pastor of the Methodist church. The funeral was largely attended and at its conclusion all that was mortal of this good woman was conveyed to the Todd's Chapel Cemetery and there buried beneath the sod of the county in which she had lived for more than four score years. (File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Shirley Brungardt shirleyb@alumni.umkc.edu)


Robert BIGHAM III

he received his father's bible in his father's WILL..


Jane MATTHEWS

Her father left a $150.00 to his two grandchildren of his deceased daughter Jane Bigham, in his WILL.