She was 1 year and 9 months old in 1920.
She was 11 in 1930.
She was living in Hopkinsville in December 2000 when her sister Lottie died.
OBITUARY: Newspaper from Hopkinsville, Kentucky "Kentucky New Era" Friday, November 08, 2002
Pearlie HUMPHRIES, 83, Christian Health Center, died at 2:20 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7, 2002 at the health center following a long illness. Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Hughart and Beard Funeral Home, Hopkinsville, with the Rev. J. C. THORPE officiating. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4 until 7 p.m. Saturday. A native of Christian County, she was born Jan. 27, 1919 the daughter of the late John Thomas and Margie FULLER CROWE. She had worked at Buck's Ladies Shop and was a member of the Cerulean United Methodist Church. Her husband, Douglas HUMPHRIES, died in 1994. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Morgan (Wilma) GREEN, Cerulean, Brenda PEAY, Hopkinsville, Mrs. Johnny "Lana" JOYCE, Hopkinsville; seven grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the Cerulean United Methodist Church.
She was 7 in 1930.
OBITUARY: Newspaper from Hopkinsville, Kentucky "Kentucky New Era" Monday, December 11, 2000
Lottie CROWE HUMPHRIES, 78, Cerulean, died at the home of a daughter in Murray at 12:50 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9, 2000 following a brief illness. Services will be at noon Tuesday at Hughart and Beard Funeral Home, Hopkinsville, with Andy S. HUMPHRIES and David MORRISON officiating. Burial will be in Mount Carmel Cemetery, Christian County. Visitation will be from 5 until 8 tonight. A native of Christian County, she was born Feb. 26, 1922 the daughter of the late J. T. and Margie FULLER CROWE. She was retired following 25 years with International Shoe Co. She was a member of Mount Carmel United Methodist Church. Her husband, Stanley HUMPHRIES, died in 1982. Survivors include a daughter, Janay H. McKEE, Murray; a sister, Pearlie HUMPHRIES, Hopkinsville; two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Memorials may be made to the Murray-Calloway County Hospice, 803 Poplar St., Murray, Kentucky, 42071
MARRIAGES: Montgomery County, Tennessee film #321022
They were married by James L. Killibrew Justice of the Peace, John Young signed the bond with L. G. Hart who made his mark.
CENSUS RECORDS: 10 June 1880 Bainbridge, Christian, Kentucky page #115, family #131/135
HART, Lucian head, age 27, farmer, KY VA TN
HART, Harriet wife, age 20, keeps house, AR TN TN
HART, Ida A. dau, age 2, KY KY AR
CENSUS RECORDS: 3 July 1900 Dist #5, Webster County, Kentucky page #180, family #234/240
HART, L. G. head, age 53, Feb 1851, md 23 yrs, farmer, KY NC NC
HART, Harriet wife, age 40, Oct 1859, mother of 4 all living, KY KY TN
HART, Carrie dau, age 17, Aug 1882, KY KY KY
HART, Lulu dau, age 15, Oct 1884, KY KY KY
HART, Virgil son, age 13, Oct 1886, KY KY KY
HART, Mary dau, age 4, Sep 1895, KY KY KY
CENSUS RECORDS: 20 April 1910 Jarvis Twp, Madison, Illinois page #295, family #249/257
HART, Luchian head, age 60, md 33 yrs, KY unk VA
HART, Harriet wife, age 49, mother of 11 children with 7 living, AR TN TN
CENSUS RECORDS: 6 Jan 1920 Jarvis Twp, Madison, Illinois page #70, family #94/98, living on Walnut Street
HART, Lucian head, age 66, jaintor at public school, KY France VA
HART, Harriet wife, age 57, AR TN TN
HART, James son, age 15, trapper at coal mines, IL KY AR
BARNES, Sadie M. granddau, age 15, IL US KY
BARNES, Pauline granddau, age 13, IL US KY
CENSUS RECORDS: 8 April 1930 Jarvis Twp, Madison, Illinois page #242, family #197/200
HART, Luciean G. head, age 78, md when 25 yrs old, KY France WV
HART, Harriet wife, age 67, md when 17 yrs old, laundress at home, TN TN TN
OBITUARY RECORDS: Newspaper the Edwardsville Intelligencer, Friday 20 Nov 1936 (Edwardsville, Illinois)
Lucian G. HART expired at his home in Pin Oak Township Monday evening. Mr. Hart was 87 years, 8 months and 22 days old. Funerals services were held at the Kueker Funeral Parlors and interment was at Frieden's Evangelical Cemetery Thursday afternoon. Mr. Hart is survived by his wife, four children, James Hart of Troy, Mrs. Margaret Murphy of East St. Louis, Mrs. Ida Friar of Providence, Kentucky and Mrs. Carrie Watson of Clay, Kentucky.
DEATH CERTIFICATE: Harriet gives the information that Lucian's parents were Jesse HART born in France and his mother has last name LEWIS born in Kentucky and that Lucian was born in Franklin, Kentucky.
She was 8 in 1870.
She was 20 in 1880.
She was 40 in 1900 and said she was the mother of 4 children and all 4 were still living. However, we know she was the mother of at least 9 children.
She was 49 in 1910 and said she was the mother of 11 children but only 7 were still living.
She was 57 in 1920.
She was 67 in 1930 and was working as a laundress at home.
DEATH CERTIFICATE: Margaret Hart Murphy of East St. Louis, Illinois gave the information on her mother's death certificate as father Richard Crowe born in Kentucky and mother Sarah Hawkin birthplace unknown. She also gives her birth year as 1858 in Hopkinsville, Kentucky (but it was in 1862 instead in Arkansas).
He was 13 in 1900.
He supposely disappeared when he was young, but he was still at home in 1900.
CENSUS RECORDS: 13 June 1900 Dist #7, Christian County, Kentucky
She was 11 in 1880.
MARRIAGES: Christian County, Kentucky 1851-1900,
License was issued 22 Feb 1893, and they were married by T. P. Dunning Justice of the Peace at Sarah Crow's.
In 1900, she says she was born 1873.
She died at the age of 103 years.
He was 3 in 1880.
He was 22 in 1900, single, living with his mother.
He was 30 in 1910, married 8 years, living in Christian County, Kentucky.
He was 41 in 1920, widowed, living on Buttermilk Road in Concord Pct, Christian, Kentucky.
CEMETERIES: Christian County, Kentucky book #976.978 v22m
She was 28 in 1910 and said she was the mother of zero children.
Found information in the LDS Archives film #1275429
MARRIAGES: Christian county, Kentucky 1851-1900
CEMETERYS: Christian county, Kentucky
CENSUS RECORDS: 18 June 1900 Dist #7, Christian, Kentucky
MARRIAGE RECORDS: Christian County, Kentucky
They were married at her mothers house by W. E. McCord Magistrate.
She was 7 months old in 1900.
He was 3 in 1860.
He was 13 in 1870 and was working as a laborer.
He was 23 in 1880, single, living with his parents.
CENSUS RECORDS: 7 June 1900 Liberty Twp, Carroll, Arkansas page #203, family #52/54
CROW, John head, age 43, Sep 1866, md 8 yrs, farmer, TN TN NC
CROW, Melissie wife, age 36, Oct 1873, mother of 1 who is dead, AR AR MO
CENSUS RECORDS: 19 April 1910 Liberty Twp, Carroll, Arkansas page #134, family #42/43
CROW, John H. head, age 50, md 20 yrs, farmer, TN TN NC
CROW, Melissy J. wife, age 38, mother of 2/1 living, AR AR AR
CROW, Eva L. dau, age 8, AR TN AR
CENSUS RECORDS: 17 Jan 1920 Liberty Twp, Carroll, Arkansas page #125, family #104/104
CROW, John H. head, age 63, farmer, TN TN NC
CROW, Melissa wife, age 42, AR AR AR
CROW, Eva L. dau, age 18, AR TN AR
CROW, Thomas W. brother, age 43, widow, teacher at public school, TN TN NC
CROW, Alton B. nephew, age 8, OK TN AR
She was 36 in 1900 and said she was the mother of one child but that child was dead.
She was 38 in 1910 and said she was the mother of 2 children but only one was living.
She was 42 in 1920.
NOTES: John Houston CROW is not related to my CROW line that I can tell at this time.
Can not find John or first wife and family in 1900.
CENSUS RECORDS: 30 April 1910 Swain Twp, Clay, Arkansas page #254, family #174/176
CROW, John H. head, age 48, md twice, 3 yrs, farmer, US US US
CROW, Maggie wife, age 34, md twice, mother of 4/2 living, AR TN GA
CROW, Oliver son, age 19, farm laborer, MO US TX
CROW, Walter L. son, age 12, TX US TX
CROW, John H. son, age 8, AR US TX
CROW, Evalena dau, age 5, AR US TX
CROW, Mary J. dau, age 4/12, AR US AR
STEVENS, Charles S. stepson, age 13, MO MO AR
She was 34 in 1910 and said she had been married twice and this time for 3 years. She also says she is the mother of 4 children but only 2 are still living. Her son by her first marriage Charles S. STEVENS age 13 is living with them.
CENSUS RECORDS: 20 Jan 1920 Haywood Twp, Greenway, Clay, Arkansas page #109, family #16/16
MARCUM, Mary head, age 73, widow, GA NC NC
CROW, Maggie dau, age 43, widow, AR TN GA
CROW, Mary J. granddau, age 10, AR TN AR
CROW, Earl T. grandson, age 8, AR TN AR
CENSUS RECORDS: 5 April 1930 Haywood Twp, Greenway, Clay, Arkansas page #103, family #64/72
MARCUM, Clarissa head, age 82, widow, md when 20, GA NC NC
CROW, Maggie dau, age 52, widow, md when 18, agent for toliet articles, AR TN GA
CROW, Truman grandson, age 18, does odd jobs, AR TN AR
They are living on Grant Street.
HISTORY: The Du Trieuxes were Walloons, people of Celtic stock in northeast France (present day Belgium), French speaking, who became Protestant in large numbers at the Reformation. This small area of Europe, which at the time was under Spanish rule, was marked by bloodshed, repression and widespread loss of life. Many of the Du Trieux family fled. Some found sanctuary in England and a large family group went, in exile, to the Netherlands. In the Netherlands, which had recently declared its independence from Spain, the Du Trieuxes and other Walloon families settled in Leiden and Amsterdam. As skilled artisans, these Walloons found employment, assistance, civil and religious freedoms. Among these was Philippe Du Trieux, born ca. 1586 at Roubaix, France. By 1614, Philippe was a skilled craftsman in Amsterdam, serving as a dyer. In 1615, in the Walloon Church of old Amsterdam, he married Jaquemine Noiret, a fellow Huguenot from Lille, France. In 1620, Jacquemine died, leaving Philippe with three small children. In 1621, he married Susanna Du Chesne, a Huguenot from Sedan, France. In the meantime, the West India Company was being established to develop international commerce and to serve as a military arm of the Netherlands. Philippe and his family had long wanted to come to America. His family along with 29 other families, largely of Walloon stock, entered into a contract with the West India Company to relocate to America. Then at the beginning of April 1624, they left on the ship New Netherland and arrived at present day New York in mid May. He became an employee of the West India Company and served until his death as the court messenger or marshall. Philippe and his son Philippe Jr. were killed by Indians in 1652.
She may have been orphaned at a very young age.
She was born at home.