Timothy Donohoo b: 1872 in Cleveland, BradleyCo., Tn.
Birthdates/death dateshave been removed for people born after 1920.
Bradley County Tennessee Web Page http://www.tngenweb.usit.com/bradley/has added a link to my home page. Which has given me a few more Donohoo contacts. Thank you. Go visit and see what Bradley County has available for your research.
I need information onthe following people:
Tim married Doskie Swan. Her parents (maybe) were Gains Swan and Jenny Norman. Doskie was born in 1875 in Tennessee. I first found Timothy as a child about 7 years old in the 1880 census of Bradley County,Tennessee. He was living in the household of James Donohoo's wife, AdalineDonohoo. James had died before 1880. Also in the household was anotherboy that I think was Tim's brother, Malin Donohoo. I never found Malin again. I believe Tim named his son Henry Malin Donohoo, after his brother Malin.
Children of Tim and Doskie were:
Harry Donohoo born in April 1894 in Tennessee.Harry married Amanda ? last name unknown. She was born 1897 in Kentucky. Harry died in Los Angeles, California.
Henry Malin Donohoo b: Sept. 1898 in Cleveland,Bradley County, Tennessee. Henry died in Los Angeles, California and is buried in Wadsworth Veterans Cemetery, Los Angeles, California. Henry married first to Rosella Nurse in the early 1920's. They are said to have had had 3 children. Who are they and where are they? They lived in 1925 Leavenworth County, Kansas. Henry married 2nd to Jessie Eva Sayler b: Nov. 05, 1910 in Baldwin, Douglas Co. Ks. Jessie d: April 03, 1986 in Long Beach, California, daughter of Jesse Elhannan Sayler and Eva JaneMedlock of Laclede County, Missouri.
Curtis Donohoo b. 29 Sep 1899, m. Mary L. Hamilton.Curtis died 11 Jul 1986, Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee, buried:Fort Hill Cemetery, in Bradley County, Tennessee.
Felix Donohoo b. 29 Jun 1902, m. Annie MaeWatson. Felix died Jul 1975, Bradley County, Tennessee.
Fletcher Donohoo b. 1904.
Dosky L. Donohoo b: 1906 m. ? Crawley.
Edith Donohoo b: 1907 d. 7 Jan 1968, Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee, buried: Fort Hill Cemetery in Bradley County,Tennessee.
Clarence Donohoo b: July 20, 1909 d: March1974.
Jan 30, 1986
I am sorry it took me so long to answer you.Thanks for the lovely card. We seem to be plagued with sickness at thistime, with my family and my mother. Your only living Uncle Curtis had astroke, he is out of the hospital and at home. You asked about my father he died in 73. I am going to send pictures of your Grandmother and Grandfather as soon as I get a chance to do so. My mother is in Memorial Hospital in Chattanooga and I drive 60 miles to see her. I am just run to death at this time. Maybe you can relay this to others. You asked what your Grandmotherwas like. She was Cherokee Indian and a very very wonderful sweet person,very kind and loving person. Grandfather ws just all around swell guy.Will write you a long letter next time. I am just tired and run to death. Use this address because some of my mail goes to Clarence III and I get it when I see him.
Your Cousin, Clarence Donohoo
Cleveland, Tn. 37311
Sept. 30, 1986
Cleveland, Tn. 37311
I am writing you to let you know that your Uncle Curtis passed away July 11. I am sorry that it took me so long to let you know. I tried to call but was unable to locate you. I have not been well at all and my mother is still very sick. I will get you and your sister-in-law pictures of our Grandparents as soon as I can get some drawn off from the one's that my mom has. I hope you and your family are doing fine at this time. It seems like I have been plagued with sickness. Curtis has a son an daughter, he lives in Layfatte, Ind. and she lives in Toledo,Ohio. I will send you their address. If you can will you have a few pictures made from Curtis picture, because I made several that day but they have been misplaced or lost since I've been sick I have a lot of difficulty keeping up with anything. I have been under a lot of strain and stress. Bye for now and take Care.
Sincerely, Clarence Donohoo
P.S. Tell Kaye don't give me up on sending the materials and pictures.
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