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Thomas Joe Crow1

M, b. 13 July 1926, d. 17 June 1935
Thomas Joe Crow|b. 13 Jul 1926\nd. 17 Jun 1935|p72.htm#i236|Willie Jackson Crow|b. 9 Feb 1888\nd. 31 Dec 1970|p72.htm#i160|Minnie Mae Freeman|b. 10 Aug 1898\nd. 25 May 1927|p96.htm#i220|William T. Crow|b. 9 Jun 1860\nd. 26 Apr 1947|p72.htm#i152|Lola V. Mims|b. 12 Nov 1864\nd. 12 Feb 1917|p255.htm#i153|||||||
Father*Willie Jackson Crow2 b. 9 Feb 1888, d. 31 Dec 1970
Mother*Minnie Mae Freeman3 b. 10 Aug 1898, d. 25 May 1927
ChartsCrow
Martin
Mims
Reddish
Roberts
Relationship1st cousin of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr..
     Thomas Joe Crow was born July 13, 1926 in Natchitoches Parish, LA.1,4 Thomas Joe Crow was the son of Willie Jackson Crow and Minnie Mae Freeman.2,3 He died June 17, 1935 in Natchitoches Parish, LA; I am not sure just where in Natchtioches Uncle Willie was living when Thomas Joe died.4 He was buried after June 17, 1935 in Lamberttown Cemetery at Shamrock, Natchitoches Parish, LA; Shamrock is an extinct sawmill town about five miles north of Robeline, La.4

Citations

  1. [S44] Excerpt Bible Tom & Lola Crow.
  2. [S10] Bible Reuben and Catherine Holt, Family Bible of Tom and Lola Crow. Page 6 of Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  3. [S5] Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr., Personal Knowledge Ray Holt, Personal Knowledge.
  4. [S817] Thomas Joe Crow Tombstone Transcription, Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr., 3801 Glenwood Rd., Cleveland Heights, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.

Truett Crow1

M
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr..
     Truett Crow was born Oakdale, Allen Parish, LA.1

Citations

  1. [S42] Interview, Sharyn Ann Crow, 1994.

W. L. D. Crow1,2

M, b. between 1824 and 1825, d. 2 February 1865
ChartsCrow
Ray Holt Pedigree
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr..
     W. L. D. Crow was born between 1823 and 1824 in GA.3 If the family tradition is true W. L. D. Crow married Mrs. W. L. D. Crow before 1850 in GA; I am not sure if this is W. L. D. Crow or not. According to the 1860 census W. L. D. was born in Georgia. This is the only William Crow I can find in the right age range. .4 W. L. D. Crow married Nancy Roberts, daughter of Jesse Hancock Roberts and Margaret McCorkle, after 1852 at Georgia If the family tradition is correct and Nancy was the second marriage for W. L. D. then the date of the wedding would have to have been after 1852, when John was born, and 1855 when Margaret was born.2 W. L. D. Crow died on 2 February 1865 at Camp Chase Military Prison, Columbus, Ohio. He was captured at Nashville, TN December 16, 1864. He was transferred to Camp Chase where he died just short of two months later of pneumonia. We believe he contracted pneumonia from complications following measles.5,6 He was buried on 2 February 1865 at Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio.5
     W. L. D. Crow is head of household in the Us 1850 of an unknown place I am not sure this is my W. L. D. Crow. The age range makes me think this is him.
.. Enumerated with W. L. D. Crow was Elizabeth Crow.4 W. L. D. Crow resided at Milo, Pike County, Alabama, in 1860 According to the 1860 census which was enumerated on July 20, 1860, W. L. D. Crow was living in Milo, Pike County, AL with his wife Nancy, and children: John C, Margaret, and Andrew B. William Thomas is not listed so the census must have been taken before his birth. W. L. D. lived house # 703 and was family # 710. He Real Estate valued at $960 and a Personal Estate valued at $895.

There is a deed dated February 17, 1860 on file on page 270 of Deed Book L in the Pike County Courthouse at Troy, AL stating that William Crow bought land from James McCaleb Wiley.2 He purchased land on 17 February 1860 at Pike County, Alabama, The land was purchased from James McCaleb and Cornelia A. Wiley and from Hugh R. and Sarah A. Segars for the sum of sixteen hundred and sixty six ($1666.00). It consisted of the north west quarter and west half of the norteast quarter and the west half of the southwest quarter and the west half of the southeast quarter in section nineteen, township eight and range twenty in Pike County.7 According to the 1860 census for Pike County, AL W. L. D. and Nancy were living at Milo, Pike County, AL on July 20, 1860 when the enumeration took place; According to the 1860 census which was enumerated on July 20, 1860, W. L. D. Crow was living in Milo, Pike County, AL with his wife Nancy, and children: John C, Margaret, and Andrew B.

There is a deed dated February 17, 1860 on file on page 270 of Deed Book L in the Pike County Courthouse at Troy, AL stating that William Crow bought land from James McCaleb Wiley.2 W. L. D. Crow is head of household in the Us 1860 of the Eastern Division, Milo, Pike County, Alabama W. L. D. is listed as a Farmer,age 36, born in Georgia, with Real Estate valued at $960.00, and with a personal estate valued at $895.00. The Crow family and the Roberts family -- Nancy's birth family -- were adjacent to each other. Also the youngest son seems to be given the name of Andrew B. The family Bible gives it as Albert B.. Enumerated with W. L. D. Crow was Nancy Roberts, John C. Crow, Margaret M. Crow and Albert Bradford Crow.2 W. L. D. Crow began military service on 12 February 1863 at Greenville, Butler County, Alabama, He was a private in Company A of the 57th. Alabama Infantry. He was recruited by Major C. J. L. Cunningham and enlisted for the duration of the war. The muster roll for July and August gives the Regiment as the 54th. Alabama Infantry Regiment and states that it later became Company A of the 57th. Among his service records is a special requisition made October 24, 1864 in Cuthbert, GA for a pair of pants and a pair of drawers. The requisition states: "This soldier being destitute of the above articles. The Surgeon-in-charge was D. H. Thomson and the Quartermaster was Major J. M. Thomson. It is signed by W. L. D. Crow.8 He ended military service on 2 February 1865 at Camp Chase, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, His military career ended with his death in the Camp Chase Military Prison in present day Columbus, OH, the state capital of Ohio.9 A history of the 57th. Alabama Infantry Regiment in which W. L. D. Crow fought during the Civil War details some of the terrible battles that the unit was engaged in. It suffered some of the heaviest casualties of the Civil War. It was while he was engaged in battle near Nashville, TN. in November of 1864 that W. L. D. was captured. He was first carried to Louisville, KY and then transferred to Camp Chase, which is now a part of Columbus, Ohio, the state capital of Ohio. He died of Pneumonia while he was a prisoner there. My wife, Elizabeth, and I are the only members of our family, as far as I am aware, who have had the privilege of visiting his grave site. It is in a lovely location and is carefully maintained by the Historical Society of the State of Ohio. On a sign over the entrance to the Cemetery is the one word "Americans." I thank the people of Ohio for their sensitive recognition of the patriotism of these men, even though in retrospect we now know that their cause was a hopelessly flawed one. We their, descendents, can be proud of their bravery and dedication, even while we recognize that it would have been a tragedy if they had prevailed in that bloody conflict. It is time that we put the past completely behind us and as common American brothers and sisters work to make this the great nation we all desire for it.10

Family 1

Elizabeth Crow b. c 1830, d. c 1852
Child

Family 2

Nancy Roberts b. 1834, d. 1909
Children

Citations

  1. W.L.D. Crow was my great granddaddy who died as a prisoner of war in Camp Chase, Ohio, located in Columbus Ohio. He was a private in A Company, 57th AL Infantry which was organized in the town of Troy, Alabama. We had thought he was born in France, but according to the1860 census he was born in Georgia. It is believed that he came to Troy from Cass County, GA. There is a William Holt in the 1850 Census for Cass County, Georgia. It would also seem that W.L.D. was married to someone else before he married Nancy Roberts and that his son John was from that marriage. According to the records we have been able to get from the archives, W.L.D. died from complications of measles. He was captured in November or December of 1864 and died in February of 1865. The Camp Chase Military Cemetary is a beautifully maintained cemetery in Columbus, Ohio and W.L.D. is in gravve 30 of row 26. His grave mark number is 1011. (From a list of Confederate prisoners of war buried at Camp Chase Confederate Cemetary, 2900 Sullivant Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. List donated by Mrs. M. W. Crocker, Honorary President, U.D.C., Columbus, Ohio) It is kept up by the Ohio Historical Society and over the archway they have placed the one word, 'Americans.' There are more than
    2,000 Confederate prisoners buried there.

    The Following is a brief summary of the Unite in which W.L.D.Crow fought:

    54 Inf. Reg. Co.A, ALA

    This regiment was organized at Troy, in Pike County, March 1863, as part of the brigade of Gen. Clanton of Montgomery. It was temporarily attached to Slaughter's brigade, and in September was again with General Clanton. It was stationed at Mobile and Pollard till January 1864, when it moved to Demopolis. There ilt was attached to Scott's brigade, and joined the army of Tennessee in time to share in the perils and hardships of the Dalton-Atlanta campaign; was in njumerous battles and skirmishes, but did not suffer greatly until Peachtree Creek, when the regiment was severely cut up, losing almost half its number. It then moved into Tennessee and lost heavily at the battles of Franklin and Nashville; was transferred to NC and fought at Bentonville with severe loss. It was consolidated with the 27th.,f 35th., 49th., and 55th. regiments, under the command of Colonel McAlexander, and surrendered with Johnston's army at the close of the war. Colonel J. P. W. Amerine, its first colonel, was succeeded by Col. C.J.L.Cunningham, who led the regiment for the greater part of the war after December 1863; he was wounded at Franklin. Lt.Col.W.C.Bethune, Capt. A.L.Mulligan, Maf.J.H.Wiuley and Capt. R.H.Lane were at different times in command. Lt.Col Bethune and Capt.Faison were wounded at Peachtree Creek; Maf.Arnold and Capt.Baily M. Talbot were killed there EXTRACTS FROM OFFICIAL WAR RECORDS 57th. Al. infantry, Col.J.P.W.Amerine, (also called 54th) No.42-(39)Temporarily attached to Slaughter's Brigade, department of the Gulf, June 8, 1863; called 'a new regiment from Clanton's brigade.' (131)Aug.1st., Col.Amerine commanding regiment and brigade. (156,157)Aug.10,1863, stationed at Pollard. (239,240)Sep.19th at Pollard, AL, in Gen. Clanton's brigade. (275,402,511,561) Assignment as above to Dec. (334)Oct.18th., spoken of by General Maury as being very large, and excellent in its appointments and drill. (550)Dec.26th, report of Maj. C.J.L. Cunningham of 57th regiment. (556) Highly commended by Gen. Clanton, May 9, 1864. No.59 - (604,659,862)March 1864 under Col. C. J. L. Cunningham, in Scott's brigade, Polk's army. April 30th., Lt.Cold.W.C. Bethune commanding. No.74 - (645 et seq)Assignment as above, Atlanta campaign; col.Cunningham. (664) July 31, 1864, Capt. Aug. L. Milligan commanding regiment in Scott's brigade, Hood's army. (670) Aug.31st., Col. Cunningham commanding regiment. (895)Report of Gen.Scott, battle of July 20th., 13 killed and 98 wounded. (897) Report of Capt.A.L.Milligan, 57th regiment: 'The long list of casualties in this regiment, in the engagement of the 20th.instant, will be sufficient evidence of its deep devotion to the cause of Southern liberty and independence. The regiment, commanded by Col. Bethune, went into action 330 strong. It lost in killed, wounded and missing, 157, including 2 field officers and 1 staff officer, and 15 line officers.' No. 78 - (589) Highly commended by Gen. Clanton. (854)Sept.20, 1864, under Maj. J. Horatio Wiley, in Scott's brigade, Hood's army. No.93 - (666)Same assignment, Nashville campaign. No.98 - (1063)April 9, 1865, consolidated with 27th., 35th., 49th. and 55th, under Col. Ed. McAlexander, Shelley's brigade, Stewart's corps. No. 100 - (735)Under Capt. Reuben H. Lane, Scott's brigade, Johnston's army. FIELD AND STAFF Colonels-J.P.W.Amerine of Pike;superseded. C. J. L. Cunningham of Pike; wounded at Franklin. Lt.Colonels-J.W.Mabry of Barbour; superceded. Wm.C.Bethune of Dale; wounded at Peachtree. Majors-C.J.L.Cunningham; promoted. W.R.Arnold of Pike; killed at Peachtree.J.Horatio Wiley of Pike. CAPTAINS, AND COUNTIES FROM WHICH COMPANIES CAME Pike-J.P.Wood Barbour-Daniel Martin Dale-Wm.C.Bethune;promoted. Jesse Bruner Pike and Coffee - W.R.Arnold,promoted. M.J. Horn Henry-J.H.Wiley,promoted.E.Culver,wounded Pike-James N.Arrington,resigned.Reuben Lane Coffee-Jesse O'Neal,resigned.Wm.O.Mixon Pike and Barbour-Bailey M. Talbot; killed at Peachtree. Alexander Faison, wounded. Dale and Coffee-Mordecai White, resigned. W. G. Yelverton.
  2. [S1078] 24 Jul 1860 U. S. Census, Database on line, Provo, Utah, USA, Population schedule for the Eastern District, Milo, Puke County, Alabama Page 278 Household 703 Image 279.
  3. [S1175] 2 Nov 1850 Population Schedule, Washington, District of Columbia, USA, Household of William Crow, I am not entirely certain this is the right William Crow. He is the only person I can find in the right age range.
  4. [S1175] 2 Nov 1850 Population Schedule, Washington, District of Columbia, USA, Household of William Crow.
  5. [S927] [W. L. D. Crow] TOMBSTONE, Camp Chase Prisoner of War Cemetery, Camp Chase was a military prison operated by the Union Army during the Civil War. Over 2000 former Confederate soldiers are buried in the cemetery which is all that is left of the former prison. Above the archway into the cemetery is the one word "Americans".
  6. [S84] "Military Service Records", Found in Military Prison Record for Feb. 2, 1865.
  7. [S141] Conveyance Rcds. Pike Cty AL: Page 270 in Book L of the Pike County Conveyance records.
  8. [S84] "Military Service Records", Company Muster Rolls of July, August, September and October of 1863. The Company was mustered into service at Greenville, but was formed at Troy, Pike County, Alabama.
  9. [S84] "Military Service Records", Roll of Prisoners of War for Dec. 31, 1864, Jan. 2, 1865 at Louisville, KY and Jan 4, 1865 at Camp Chase, OH. Copies are on pages 39 and 40 of the Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  10. [S84] "Military Service Records", Pages 36-41; 92-94; 96 in Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt. Consists of documents from the National Archives, a history of the 57th. Alabama Infantry and a roster of Co. A, 57th. Alabama Infantry.
  11. [S44] Excerpt Bible Tom & Lola Crow, The enumeration date of the 1860 census is July 24. Tom, as he was known, was born 9 June 1860, but he is not officially listed in the census.

William Thomas Crow1,2

M, b. 9 June 1860, d. 26 April 1947
William Thomas Crow|b. 9 Jun 1860\nd. 26 Apr 1947|p72.htm#i152|W. L. D. Crow|b. bt 1824 - 1825\nd. 2 Feb 1865|p72.htm#i155|Nancy Roberts|b. 1834\nd. 1909|p306.htm#i156|||||||Jesse H. Roberts|b. 1799\nd. 7 Jun 1884|p302.htm#i298|Margaret McCorkle|b. c 1800\nd. a 1870|p244.htm#i33|
Father*W. L. D. Crow3 b. bt 1824 - 1825, d. 2 Feb 1865
Mother*Nancy Roberts4 b. 1834, d. 1909
ChartsCrow
Hargis
Ray Holt Pedigree
Roberts
RelationshipGrandfather of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr..
      William Thomas Crow was born June 9, 1860 at Milo, Pike County, AL. Milo is a once thriving community a few miles south of Troy, the County Seat of Pike County, AL.5,6,7 He was the son of W. L. D. Crow and Nancy Roberts.3,4 William Thomas Crow married Lola Victor Mims on 13 April 1887 at Home of J. J. Mims, near Robeline, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, According to the wedding certificate, a copy of which is in possession of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr., a grandson of Tom and Lola, the wedding took place in the home of Josiah Jackson and Lacero Martin Mims, the parents of Lola. The minister was Rev. Lilly and the witnes was John Fisher.8,6,9,10 William Thomas Crow died on 26 April 1947 at Home of Melvin and Nannie Holt, Robeline, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, at age 86.11 He was buried after 26 April 1947 at Lambertown Cemetery, Shamrock, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana.12
     William Thomas' nickname was "Tom."; Everybody who knew William Thomas called him Tom.13 The Us 1870 listed William Thomas Crow in addition to Joseph W. Gibson, Alice R. Gibson, James M. Gibson, Nancy Roberts, Fannie Augustus Gibson, Albert Bradford Crow and Margaret M. Crow in the household of John P. Gibson, in District # 8, Milo, Pike County, Alabama; John is a 57 year old white male, his occupation is farmer, the value of his real estate is $700.00, the value of his personal estate is $600.00, and he was born in Alabama.14 William Thomas Crow witnessed the purchase of land by Albert Elias Mims on 18 November 1904 at Robeline, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana; The description of the property as given in the conveyance deed is The NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 Section No. 2, Township 8, Range 10 containing forty acres more or less lying and situated in Sabine Parish, LA.15 William Thomas Crow resided on 28 January 1930 at Precient 1, Ward 5 near Marthaville, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, He was registered as a democrat for voting purposes. This is not surprising as his father, W. L. D., died as a prisoner of war in the Civil War. His occupation was given as farming. He had been living in Ward 5 since coving to Louisiana in 1879.16 Granddady never remarried after the death of Lola in 1917. From my earliest memories he lived in the home of my parents, Melvin and Nannie Crow Holt. We grandchildren used to love to hear him talk about this youth. I am so disappointed now that we never recorded those conversations.
Granddaddy never knew his daddy. He was born in June of 1860 and his daddy died as a prisoner of war during the Civil War. The family moved to the Palo Pinto area if Texas after his mother, Nancy, married Berry Lambert. I do remember him talking about being a cowboy near Weatherford, TX and coming down the Red River to Louisiana in 1879. He always love his Lola and he love his children and grandchildren.17

Family

Lola Victor Mims b. 12 Nov 1864, d. 12 Feb 1917
Children

Citations

  1. William Thomas (Tom) Crow was the last born to Wm. St. D. Crow and Nancy Roberts. He is the granddaddy of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr. According to the 1860 Census the post office address is Milo, Pike County, Alabama. Page Reference:120.
  2. [S10] Bible Reuben and Catherine Holt, Family Bible of Melvin and Nannie Holt. The bible is in the possession of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  3. [S44] Excerpt Bible Tom & Lola Crow, The enumeration date of the 1860 census is July 24. Tom, as he was known, was born 9 June 1860, but he is not officially listed in the census.
  4. [S39] June 1, 1870 Census, Texas Street, Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana, Page 364 enumerated June 14, 1870, Household 212, Family 212 Copy in Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  5. [S44] Excerpt Bible Tom & Lola Crow, Family Bible of Tom and Lola Crow (I Think). See page 5 of Crow Book.
  6. [S28] Family Bible Melvin & Nannie Holt, Family Bible of Melvin and Nannie Holt. The Bible is now in the possession of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  7. [S16] 5 Jun 1880 U. S. Census, Database on line, Provo, Utah, USA, Population schedule for Ward 5, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana ED 34, SD 2, Page 629.
  8. [S4] Marriage W. T. Crow & Lola Mims.
  9. [S29] Excerpt frm Bible, Mims Family Bible now in the possession of Jack Mims. A copy of the pertinent pages in is the Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  10. [S45] A Family Group Sheet.
  11. [S28] Family Bible Melvin & Nannie Holt.
  12. [S838] [William Thomas Crow] tombstone, Lamberttown Cemetery, The cemetery is located in the extinct sawmill town of Shamrock in the western part of Natchitoches Parish.
  13. [S5] Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr., Personal Knowledge Ray Holt.
  14. [S1088] 1 Jun 1870 U. S. Census, unknown repository address, Population schedule for District 8, Milo, Pike County, Alabama Page 364 Image 271.
  15. [S189] Conveyance Deed executed by Notary Public J. H. Caldwell in Robeline, LA.
  16. [S46] Voter Registration Information: Voter Registration. Copy in Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, page 2.
  17. [S5] Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr., Personal Knowledge Ray Holt, Grandson of Tom Crow.
  18. [S10] Bible Reuben and Catherine Holt, Family Bible of Tom and Lola Crow. Page 2 in Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  19. [S44] Excerpt Bible Tom & Lola Crow, Family Bible of Tom and Lola Crow. Page 3 in Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  20. [S135] Erna Beatrice Crow, "FGS of Coleman Crow Family", The information in these Family Group Sheets was given by Erna Beatrice, the daughter of Coleman Leroy. She died a few years ago as a result of a house fire., Page 60 in Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  21. [S10] Bible Reuben and Catherine Holt, Family Bible of Tom and Lola Crow. Page 3 in Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  22. [S10] Bible Reuben and Catherine Holt, Family Bible of Tom and Lola Crow. Page 3 in Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  23. [S10] Bible Reuben and Catherine Holt, Melvin and Nannie Holt Family Bible.
  24. [S44] Excerpt Bible Tom & Lola Crow.
  25. [S19] Maurice Ray Crow Family.
  26. [S10] Bible Reuben and Catherine Holt, Family Bible of Tom and Lola Crow. Page 3 of Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  27. [S49] Carla Crow, "FGS Carl Crow", Carla Crow Gilmartin, the daughter of Carl and Edna Crow, is the author of these family group sheets.

Willie Jackson Crow1,2

M, b. 9 February 1888, d. 31 December 1970
Willie Jackson Crow|b. 9 Feb 1888\nd. 31 Dec 1970|p72.htm#i160|William Thomas Crow|b. 9 Jun 1860\nd. 26 Apr 1947|p72.htm#i152|Lola Victor Mims|b. 12 Nov 1864\nd. 12 Feb 1917|p255.htm#i153|W. L. D. Crow|b. bt 1824 - 1825\nd. 2 Feb 1865|p72.htm#i155|Nancy Roberts|b. 1834\nd. 1909|p306.htm#i156|Josiah J. Mims|b. 7 Aug 1829\nd. 8 Apr 1900|p255.htm#i158|Lacero F. Martin|b. 17 Nov 1844\nd. 17 Aug 1912|p231.htm#i159|
Father*William Thomas Crow3 b. 9 Jun 1860, d. 26 Apr 1947
Mother*Lola Victor Mims4 b. 12 Nov 1864, d. 12 Feb 1917
ChartsAnsley
Crow
Hargis
Martin
Mims
Reddish
Roberts
RelationshipUncle of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr..
     Willie Jackson Crow was born February 9, 1888 at Marthaville, Natchitoches Parish, LA; Marthaville was the Post Office, but Uncle Willie was really born in a rural area between Marthaville and Shamrock.2 Willie Jackson Crow was the son of William Thomas Crow and Lola Victor Mims.3,4 Willie Jackson Crow married Minnie Mae Freeman August 28, 1910 in Natchitoches Parish, LA; Uncle Willie was married three times. Minnie was the aunt of Cecil Freeman who married Lettie Marie Holt.5,6 Willie Jackson Crow married Mae Flannagan March 13, 1926 in Natchitoches Parish, LA.7 Willie Jackson Crow married Annie Kirk February 10, 1947 in LA; .8 He died December 31, 1970 at Shreveport, Caddo Parish, LA; Uncle Willie died in Shreveport, although I don't have any documentation as yet to prove it.9 He was buried January 1971 in Lamberttown Cemetery at Shamrock, Natchitoches Parish, LA.10

Family 1

Minnie Mae Freeman b. 10 Aug 1898, d. 25 May 1927
Children

Family 2

Mae Flannagan b. 31 Dec 1907, d. 2 Jun 1930
Child
  • Crow7 b. 17 May 1930, d. 17 May 1930

Family 3

Annie Kirk b. 14 Jun 1887, d. 29 Aug 1975

Citations

  1. Uncle Willie was the first born to Tom and Lola Crow.
  2. [S44] Excerpt Bible Tom & Lola Crow, Family Bible of Tom and Lola Crow. Page 5 of Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  3. [S10] Bible Reuben and Catherine Holt, Family Bible of Tom and Lola Crow. Page 2 in Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  4. [S44] Excerpt Bible Tom & Lola Crow, Page 4 in Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  5. [S41] Natchitoches Parish, LA Marriage.
  6. [S44] Excerpt Bible Tom & Lola Crow, Family Bible of Tom and Lola Crow. Page 4 of Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  7. [S44] Excerpt Bible Tom & Lola Crow.
  8. [S5] Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr., Personal Knowledge Ray Holt, Personal Knowledge.
  9. [S44] Excerpt Bible Tom & Lola Crow, Family Bible of Tom and Lola Crow. Page 6 of Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  10. [S924] [Willie Jackson Crow] tombstone, Lamberttown Cemetery, There is a church next to the cemetery.
  11. [S10] Bible Reuben and Catherine Holt, Family Bible of Tom and Lola Crow. Page 5 of Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  12. [S10] Bible Reuben and Catherine Holt, Family Bible of Tom and Lola Crow. Page 6 of Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.

Zelma Crow1,2

F, b. 7 December 1913, d. 9 August 1999
Zelma Crow|b. 7 Dec 1913\nd. 9 Aug 1999|p72.htm#i221|Willie Jackson Crow|b. 9 Feb 1888\nd. 31 Dec 1970|p72.htm#i160|Minnie Mae Freeman|b. 10 Aug 1898\nd. 25 May 1927|p96.htm#i220|William T. Crow|b. 9 Jun 1860\nd. 26 Apr 1947|p72.htm#i152|Lola V. Mims|b. 12 Nov 1864\nd. 12 Feb 1917|p255.htm#i153|||||||
Father*Willie Jackson Crow3 b. 9 Feb 1888, d. 31 Dec 1970
Mother*Minnie Mae Freeman2 b. 10 Aug 1898, d. 25 May 1927
ChartsCrow
Martin
Mims
Reddish
Roberts
Relationship1st cousin of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr..
     Zelma Crow was born December 7, 1913 at Shamrock, Natchitoches Parish, LA.4 Zelma Crow was the daughter of Willie Jackson Crow and Minnie Mae Freeman.3,2 Zelma Crow was baptized on 27 October 1925 at Shamrock Methodist Episcopal Church, Shamrock, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, She was baptized by the Rev. R. G. Swanson, the pastor of the circuit.5 She died on 9 August 1999 at Natchitoches Parish Hospital, Natchitoches, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, at age 85.6

Citations

  1. Zelma Crow was the first born to Willie Jackson Crow and Minnie Mae Freeman.
  2. [S5] Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr., Personal Knowledge Ray Holt, Personal Knowledge.
  3. [S10] Bible Reuben and Catherine Holt, Family Bible of Tom and Lola Crow. Page 5 of Crow Book of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.
  4. [S5] Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr., Personal Knowledge Ray Holt.
  5. [S270] Baptisms, and Marriages Membership, Book 3, Official Church Record Book of the Flora and Shamrock Methodist Episcopal Churches in Natchitoches Parish, LA. The book includes records of Baptisms, Marriages and Membership., Membership Book Shamrock ME Ch.
  6. [S5] Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr., Personal Knowledge Ray Holt, Personal knowledge of Ray Holt, the first cousin of Zelma.

Lucy Crowdus1

F, b. 31 October
     Lucy Crowdus was born on 31 October.1 She married Theodore William Jr. 'Ted' Roberts, son of Theodore William Sr. Roberts and Donna Mae Sadler, on 12 April 1954 at Buechel Presbyterian Church, Buechel, Jefferson County, Kentucky, Marriage officiated by Reverend Harold Parker.1

Family

Theodore William Jr. 'Ted' Roberts b. 22 Feb 1922, d. 7 Jun 1983

Citations

  1. [S1225] DeCody Brad Marble (?), DeCody Brad Marble, 7722 Betty Louise Drive, Panama City, FL 32404-8536 as submitted in GEDCOM file E:My DocumentsWord DocumentsGedcomRoberts.GED and imported on 2008/12/15 at 11:38:27.

Kathryn Crowther1

F, b. 23 February 1910, d. 9 June 1990
     Kathryn Crowther was born on 23 February 1910 at Corsicana, Navarro, Texas.1 She married Carl Meriwether, son of George Thomas Meriwether and Marcia Ellen Jones, on 25 December 1931 at Corsicana, Navarro, Texas.1 Kathryn Crowther died on 9 June 1990 at Lubbock, Lubbock, Texas, at age 80.1 She was buried at Lubbock, Lubbock, Texas.1
     BIRTH: Infant Katherine and her mother had a buggy
wreck in August, 1910,
mother lived until 1916.
-Parents, David Crowther and Eula Audrey Mash.
DEATH: Cremated. Ashes buried Restlawn Cemetery,
Lubbock, Tx. with father.
SOURCES: Katherine Crowther Meriwether, deceased.
-Elfie Meriwether Sherman, deceased.
-Kathryn Crowther Meriwether, obituary.
-Carl Meriwether, obituary.
-Tommy Sherman.
RELIGION: Episcopal.
MARRIAGE: No children.
MILITARY: WWII U. S. Navy. Provided by: Joe Sissom.

Family

Carl Meriwether b. 16 Sep 1909, d. 11 Apr 1971

Citations

  1. [S1150] Rolf Lewis Sherman, 9 May 2007.

Hazel Cruice1

F, b. circa 1910
     Hazel Cruice was born circa 1910 at California.1 She married Hugh Edwin Thomas, son of Hugh Edwin Thomas and Mary Elizabeth Claffey, after 1930 at California.1

Family

Hugh Edwin Thomas b. 1909

Citations

  1. [S258] Jean Alice Fladger Shanelec, Thomas Family Reunion.

Florence Crumbley1

F
     Florence Crumbley married Thaddeus W. C. Oliver, son of James M. Oliver and Mary Ann Reddish, circa 1877.1

Family

Thaddeus W. C. Oliver b. 1857, d. 1924

Citations

  1. [S157] Bill Ansley, "Email Bill Ansley," e-mail to Sr. Melvin Ray Holt, 1996.

Arthur Crump1

M
     Arthur Crump married Ruby Parker, daughter of Andrew Madison Parker and Katherine Narcissus Smith.1

Family

Ruby Parker b. Aug 1895

Citations

  1. [S97] Eleanor Genevieve Williams, "Desc. Cht. Desc. of Ginny Tobin", A descendancy chart of James Hiram Martin and Loucretia Reddish given me by Ginny Tobin.

William Crump1

M, b. circa 1820
     William Crump was born circa 1820 at Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana.1 He married Catholine Barnhill, daughter of William Hodge Barnhill and Sidney Hardwick, on 1 April 1866.1

Family

Catholine Barnhill b. 1825

Citations

  1. [S116] Fern Ainsworth, Minto to Marthaville, Page 11.

Bertha Crumpton1

F, b. 14 December 1912, d. 1 November 1988
     Bertha Crumpton was born on 14 December 1912 at Bienville Parish, Louisiana.2 She married Thomas Alvin Martin, son of John Joseph Martin and Sarah Olive Thomas, on 19 September 1931 at Bienville Parish, Louisiana.1,2,3,4 Bertha Crumpton died on 1 November 1988 at Bienville Parish, Louisiana, at age 75.2

Family

Thomas Alvin Martin b. 19 Oct 1905, d. 14 Jun 1978

Citations

  1. [S110] Rev. Thomas Jefferson Martin, Unpublished Manuscript, about 1990 Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr., Given by Amber Martin.
  2. [S113] Martin and other Families Cemetery Markers, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  3. [S214] Deborah Ann Brown, "Desc. John Martin", Deborah is a descendant of John Martin, Page 11.
  4. [S271] Constance E. Whatley, "FGS John Joseph Martin", Constance E. Whatley is the granddaughter of John Joseph Martin., Given to Rev. Melvin Ray Holt, Sr. at the Martin Family Reunion in the old Grand Bayou United Methodist Church June 12, 1999.

Andrew Jackson Cruse1

M, b. circa 1885
     Andrew Jackson Cruse was born circa 1885 at Louisiana.1

Family

Maggie Rosallie Hodges b. c 1887
Child

Citations

  1. [S586] Norman W. Weidenheimer, Lester, Page 140.

Dolly Nell Cruse1

F, b. circa 1895
Dolly Nell Cruse|b. c 1895|p72.htm#i25029|Andrew Jackson Cruse|b. c 1885|p72.htm#i25033|Maggie Rosallie Hodges|b. c 1887|p175.htm#i25034|||||||||||||
Father*Andrew Jackson Cruse2 b. c 1885
Mother*Maggie Rosallie Hodges2 b. c 1887
     Dolly Nell Cruse was born circa 1895 at Sabine Parish, Louisiana.1 She was the daughter of Andrew Jackson Cruse and Maggie Rosallie Hodges.2 Dolly Nell Cruse married William Daniel Corley, son of John Clayborn Corley and Annie Saphira Lester, on 17 September 1931 at Cheneyville, Rapides Parish, Louisiana.2

Family

William Daniel Corley b. 22 Aug 1894
Child

Citations

  1. [S586] Norman W. Weidenheimer, Lester, Page 139.
  2. [S586] Norman W. Weidenheimer, Lester, Page 140.

John Cubbins1

M, b. circa 1816, d. before 1850
     John Cubbins was born circa 1816.1 He married Unicey Braswell, daughter of Sampson Braswell and Priscilla Williams, circa 1839.1 John Cubbins died before 1850.1

Family

Unicey Braswell b. c 1818, d. a 1860

Citations

  1. [S373] Dwaine Basham, 18 Dec 2001.

Lane Cubstead1

M
Lane Cubstead||p72.htm#i17078|Laney T. Cubstead||p72.htm#i17655|Dorothy Ruth Fuston|b. 21 Aug 1905|p98.htm#i17653|||||||Jesse H. Fuston|b. 19 Feb 1881\nd. 6 Dec 1943|p99.htm#i17362|Ruth D. Roberts|b. 27 Sep 1882\nd. 4 Sep 1967|p307.htm#i17600|
Father*Laney T. Cubstead1
Mother*Dorothy Ruth Fuston1 b. 21 Aug 1905
     Lane Cubstead was the son of Laney T. Cubstead and Dorothy Ruth Fuston.1
     SOURCES: Info from J. H. Fuston Obit.
MISC: 1943 lived Houston, Tx. Provided by: Joe Sissom.

Citations

  1. [S1150] Rolf Lewis Sherman, 9 May 2007.

Laney T. Cubstead

M
     Laney T. Cubstead married Dorothy Ruth Fuston, daughter of Jesse Hugh Fuston and Ruth Douglas Roberts, on 13 March 1931.1
     SOURCES: Same as wife.
Lived Houston. Provided by: Joe Sissom.

Family

Dorothy Ruth Fuston b. 21 Aug 1905
Child

Citations

  1. [S1150] Rolf Lewis Sherman, 9 May 2007.

James Cullen1

M, b. circa 1915
     James Cullen was born circa 1915.1 He married Elizabeth Johnson, daughter of William Louis Johnson Sr. and Mary Lula Johnson, on 18 March 1942.1

Family

Elizabeth Johnson b. 23 Oct 1916, d. 16 Oct 1955

Citations

  1. [S1170] Letter, Jr. Louis Johnson to Mary L. Highfill, 22 Dec 1966.

Cornelius Mace Culp1

M
     Cornelius Mace Culp was born at Quincey, Illinois.1 He married Cynthia Hargis, daughter of Martin Van Buren Hargis and Sara Jane Fisher, on 24 March 1880 at Atchison, Kansas.1 Cornelius Mace Culp died at Buffalo, Wyoming.1

Family

Cynthia Hargis b. 16 Jun 1860, d. Jan 1940
Children

Citations

  1. [S1149] Charles Edwin Hargis, Gedcom of the ancestors of Charles Edwin Hargis.

Grace Elizabeth Culp1

F, b. 4 August 1886, d. 17 October 1947
Grace Elizabeth Culp|b. 4 Aug 1886\nd. 17 Oct 1947|p72.htm#i14876|Cornelius Mace Culp||p72.htm#i10815|Cynthia Hargis|b. 16 Jun 1860\nd. Jan 1940|p124.htm#i10826|||||||Martin V. B. Hargis|b. 30 Sep 1839\nd. 23 Feb 1908|p145.htm#i10897|Sara J. Fisher|b. 7 Oct 1841\nd. 19 Jan 1933|p92.htm#i10908|
Father*Cornelius Mace Culp1
Mother*Cynthia Hargis1 b. 16 Jun 1860, d. Jan 1940
Relationship8th cousin 1 time removed of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr..
     Grace Elizabeth Culp was born on 4 August 1886 at Denton, Doniphen County, Kansas.1 She was the daughter of Cornelius Mace Culp and Cynthia Hargis.1 Grace Elizabeth Culp married George A Roberts.1 Grace Elizabeth Culp died on 17 October 1947 at North Little Rock, Arkansas, at age 61.1
     Grace Elizabeth Culp had her only child out of wedlock. She was livingat home with her mothe r in Denton, KA. Her mother, Cynthia ElizabethHargis Culp, was a single mother with three ch ildren to raise after herhusband left her. She ran a boarding house for railroad workers an d tookin laundry. Grace had grown up with and loved a young man whose familyowned the bank o f Denton. They had every intention of getting marrieduntil his mother learned about it and t old him he could not marry thedaughter of the town washer woman and retain his inherited plac e in thefamily bank. After nine months of promises from him, whose name wasGeorge Roberts, h e came over to her mothers house to be with her duringher labor and subsequent delivery o f a baby girl and cried and promisedthey would marry in spite of his mother. After Grace rec overed from thedelivery, he told her he could not marry her. After awhile, Grace suedGeorg e for child support. He claimed paternity for Irene, Gave her hisname on her birth certifica te when she was born, and paid Grace $2000 tomaintain the baby. A boarder in her mothers hom e became very attached toIrene. He also had been present at her birth and loved her and herm other from the start. He asked Grace to marry him and he would be afather to Irene if she pr omised never to tell Irene or anyone else thatshe was not his. Grace agreed and when Irene w as two years old theymarried and moved to Van Buren AR. Irene did not know Edward Powell was not her father, and she went by the name of Irene Powell all her life.EdwardPowell did not ad opt her altho he wished to, because he didn't wantanyone to know she wasn't his.

When Irene was about 35 years old and living in New Orleans, her husband,Paul Stuart worked f or the Upjohn Company. The Company was instituting anew insurance health care program for it s employees and asked for birthcertificates for all employees and families. Irene asked he r motherGrace where her birth certificate was and Grace took her over to the parkand explaine d to her that the name on her birth certificate was not theone she thought was hers. She exp lained to her what had happened. Irenewas stunned. She remembered a man, when she would vis it her grandmother,that was always very nice to her and took her for rides in his buggy butsh e thought he was a friend of her grandmothers. She also hadmysteriously recieved gifts suc h as a piano, from time to time that shedidn't question but later knew her father couldn't ha ve afforded. Hermother told her that she and George Roberts had loved each other alltheir li ves but his mother was adamant about him marrying her and hewasn't strong enough to give up t he bank and make it on his own. It wasa very sad story. George Roberts saw a lot of Irene u ntil she was twoyears old and moved away and I'm sure he became attached to her.

On the other side of this story, George Roberts became the president ofthe bank, which he ra n all his adult life, married and had a family andlived in Denton, KA. His family were alway s aware of the story aseveryone in Denton knew about it and teased George when he was young.H is son says he would leave the family for long periods of time and theyknew he was off to se e Irene and they resented it. He never made himselfknown to Irene but apparently watcher he r from afar and visited Grace andalso attended Irene's wedding. She also inherited a famil y ring from himthat she thought belonged to her mother.

I only learned of this story about my mother when I was about 35 yearsold and started to do s ome research on my family lines. She and her AuntNell would not tell me things I wanted to k now and finally several yearsafter being ignored, my mother told me the whole thing. I wen t up toDenton one day and walked into the bank and asked to see Mr. Roberts -who was the so n of George, George having died of cancer some years before- and the son, Tom, took me into h is office and gave me a whole file ofpapers to read. He knew the story of course but I didn' t know he knew itand I had a hard time telling him what I wanted. He said later he knewwh o I was when I came into the bank and had expected to hear from someonein Irene's family at s ome time. He did not know that we did not know anyof this story. He invited me to stay wit h he and his wife, which I did,and I looked at the papers and all the pictures he had and h e took mearound to the cemeteries to see all the family grave sites and get datesfrom them. H e told me he was aware his father had never loved hismother. He felt it had been his fathers ' fault for being so weak and ithad affected his family. George had left nothing to Irene i n his willand had named her in his will. I guess the Roberts family thought atfirst that Ire ne wanted to claim her share. However, when they found outwe weren't interested, they opene d up and I have enjoyed knowing them. Ilook a lot like their side of the family.

Irene did go up to Denton in about 1954 - just before George became sick- to meet her fathe r and ask him why he did what he did to her and to hermother and when she sat down in his off ice, he told her she looked justlike her mother and that he did love her and her mother and a t that pointMother broke down in tears and had to leave. She never went back to seehim and h e died shortly after that.

Irene suffered from the label attached to her even tho no one knew ofit. Kansas was the firs t state ot leave the word "illigitimate" off ofthe birth certificates before she was born. T hat's the reason she wouldnever tell us this story and after she told me, made me promise no t totell the grandchildren or anyone else until she was dead.

Since Geneology is a direct bloodline study,I thought the truth shouldbe told. Since decend ents of Irene would be descended from the Robertsline, instead of the Powell line, I decide d to include her story as shetold it to me.

Family

George A Roberts b. 8 Mar 1885, d. 31 Dec 1955
Child

Citations

  1. [S1149] Charles Edwin Hargis, Gedcom of the ancestors of Charles Edwin Hargis.

Harry Cleveland Culp1

M, b. 26 July 1884, d. 10 October 1944
Harry Cleveland Culp|b. 26 Jul 1884\nd. 10 Oct 1944|p72.htm#i10845|Cornelius Mace Culp||p72.htm#i10815|Cynthia Hargis|b. 16 Jun 1860\nd. Jan 1940|p124.htm#i10826|||||||Martin V. B. Hargis|b. 30 Sep 1839\nd. 23 Feb 1908|p145.htm#i10897|Sara J. Fisher|b. 7 Oct 1841\nd. 19 Jan 1933|p92.htm#i10908|
Father*Cornelius Mace Culp1
Mother*Cynthia Hargis1 b. 16 Jun 1860, d. Jan 1940
Relationship8th cousin 1 time removed of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr..
     Harry Cleveland Culp was born on 26 July 1884 at Brenner, Kansas.1 He was the son of Cornelius Mace Culp and Cynthia Hargis.1 Harry Cleveland Culp married Josephine Bauer on 3 September 1919.1 Harry Cleveland Culp died on 10 October 1944 at Norh Little Rock, Arkansas, at age 60.1

Family

Josephine Bauer b. 10 Nov 1894

Citations

  1. [S1149] Charles Edwin Hargis, Gedcom of the ancestors of Charles Edwin Hargis.

Nellie Bly Culp1

F, b. 30 May 1880, d. 27 February 1971
Nellie Bly Culp|b. 30 May 1880\nd. 27 Feb 1971|p72.htm#i10834|Cornelius Mace Culp||p72.htm#i10815|Cynthia Hargis|b. 16 Jun 1860\nd. Jan 1940|p124.htm#i10826|||||||Martin V. B. Hargis|b. 30 Sep 1839\nd. 23 Feb 1908|p145.htm#i10897|Sara J. Fisher|b. 7 Oct 1841\nd. 19 Jan 1933|p92.htm#i10908|
Father*Cornelius Mace Culp1
Mother*Cynthia Hargis1 b. 16 Jun 1860, d. Jan 1940
Relationship8th cousin 1 time removed of Rev. Melvin Ray Holt Sr..
     Nellie Bly Culp was born on 30 May 1880 at Brenner, Kansas.1 She was the daughter of Cornelius Mace Culp and Cynthia Hargis.1 Nellie Bly Culp married Byron John Kaup on 5 February 1908 at Hannibal, Missouri.1 Nellie Bly Culp died on 27 February 1971 at Norh Little Rock, Arkansas, at age 90.1

Family

Byron John Kaup b. 21 Feb 1888, d. 14 Feb 1953

Citations

  1. [S1149] Charles Edwin Hargis, Gedcom of the ancestors of Charles Edwin Hargis.

Jimmy Culpepper1

M
     Jimmy Culpepper married Elizabeth Ann Williamson, daughter of Thomas Louie Williamson and Elizabeth Ruth Seymore.1

Family

Elizabeth Ann Williamson

Citations

  1. [S1225] DeCody Brad Marble (?), DeCody Brad Marble, 7722 Betty Louise Drive, Panama City, FL 32404-8536 as submitted in GEDCOM file E:My DocumentsWord DocumentsGedcomRoberts.GED and imported on 2008/12/15 at 11:38:27.

Joseph Culpepper1

M, b. circa 1798
     Joseph Culpepper was born about 1798.1 Joseph Culpepper married Rebecca Duckworth about 1818.1

Family

Rebecca Duckworth b. 1798

Citations

  1. [S9] Various Compilers, "Ancestral File", Ancestral File, Ancestral File.

Martha Jane Culpepper1

F, b. 8 November 1893
     Martha Jane Culpepper was born on 8 November 1893.1 She married Abraham Henry Hargis, son of Benjamin Franklin Hargis and Martha Matilda Owens.1

Family

Abraham Henry Hargis b. 2 Apr 1884
Child

Citations

  1. [S1149] Charles Edwin Hargis, Gedcom of the ancestors of Charles Edwin Hargis.

Sara Culpepper1

F, b. 11 September 1923, d. 1984
     Sara Culpepper was born on 11 September 1923.1 She married Josh Speights Roberts, son of George Troop Jr. Roberts and Ruth Elizabeth Parker, at Phenix City, Russell County, Alabama.1 Sara Culpepper died in 1984 at Phenix City, Russell County, Alabama.1

Family

Josh Speights Roberts b. 23 Dec 1919, d. 25 Dec 1969
Children

Citations

  1. [S1225] DeCody Brad Marble (?), DeCody Brad Marble, 7722 Betty Louise Drive, Panama City, FL 32404-8536 as submitted in GEDCOM file E:My DocumentsWord DocumentsGedcomRoberts.GED and imported on 2008/12/15 at 11:38:27.

Stella Culpepper1

F
     Stella Culpepper married Orrie K. Roberts, son of George M. T. Roberts and Sarah A. Ayers, on 27 June 1895.1

Family

Orrie K. Roberts b. 1875

Citations

  1. [S1225] DeCody Brad Marble (?), DeCody Brad Marble, 7722 Betty Louise Drive, Panama City, FL 32404-8536 as submitted in GEDCOM file E:My DocumentsWord DocumentsGedcomRoberts.GED and imported on 2008/12/15 at 11:38:27.

Martha Uphema Culverhouse1,2

F, b. 3 November 1886, d. 31 December 1962
     Martha Uphema Culverhouse was born on 3 November 1886 at Bianville Parish, Louisiana.1,2 She married Charles Dallas Martin, son of William A. Martin and Catherine J. Evans, on 23 April 1911 at Bienville Parish, Louisiana.1,2 Martha Uphema Culverhouse died on 31 December 1962 at Bienville Parish, Louisiana, at age 76.1,2 She was buried after 31 December 1962 at Social Springs Cemetery, near Hall Summit, Red River Parish, Louisiana.3

Family

Charles Dallas Martin b. 19 Mar 1886, d. 23 May 1968
Child

Citations

  1. [S69] Billie Jean Poland: Project Coordinator, Hist. Bienville Parish, Page 306.
  2. [S75] Interview, Vergie Martin Pullig, 1996, Conversation by phone on 12-14-1996.
  3. [S1046] [Martha Uphema Culverhouse Martin] TOMBSTONE, Social Springs Cemetery, Read 22 Jun 1997.
  4. [S112] Amber Martin, "Desc. Cht. Amber Martin", This is a descendancy chart prepared by Amber Martin of Red River Parish, La, a ggrandson of John Nutt Martin and a gggrandson of James Patrick Martin. There are no dates in the chart.

Frances Cummings1

F, b. circa 1868
     Frances Cummings was born circa 1868 at North Carolina.1 She married George Roberts, son of David Montgomery Roberts and Caroline Mills, circa 1785 at Georgia.1

Family

George Roberts b. c 1767

Citations

  1. [S261] John Roberts, "Desc. Cht. Green W. Roberts, Jr.", John Roberts is the great grandson of Green Washington Roberts of Lincoln County, GA., Included in an E-mail message from Martin de Vore to Melvin Ray Holt 10 Jan 1999.