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Came to Zephyr, Texas in 1891.
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Marriage record from Vital Records Index - North America, FHL Number 1533474, Dates 1880-1895.
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Tol is listed in the 1880 census of Smith's Grove, Warren County, Ky
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Quote from "Zephyr Yesterday and Today, Centennial Edition 1879-1979" T.G. Beckham was appointed a Constable of Brown County on 6 December 1904.
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Tol, born in Kentucky, came to Texas in 1890 at the age of 20. He married Mary Helen Alabama in 1893 and they had 12 children, all born at Zephyr except for Laura Opal. He was married at age 23 and Mary Helen at 14. Tol moved to Ellis Co. in 1890 and worked for James Hallmark where he met Mary Helen. He moved to Zephyr in 1891. They were married at Zephyr, Texas in 1893 by Justice of Peace Bob Shelton.
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Tol was the Postmaster at Zephyr at one point.
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1900 Brown Co., TX, ED 8, Sh 3B: Tol Beckham, Nov 1870, KY, 29; Mary, July 1878, TX, 21; May, June 1895, TX, 4; Opal, May 1899, TX, 1.
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1910 Brown Co., TX, ED 103, Sh 1A: Tol G. Beckham, 39, KY; Mary Helen, 31, TX; Nannie May, 14, TX; Laura Opal, 10, TX; Mildred Jewel, 8, TX; Lillie Marie, 4, TX; Otis Wayne, 2, TX.
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1920 Brown Co., TX, ED 11, Sh 6A: Tol G. Beckham, 48, KY; Mary, 41, TX; Mildred, 17, TX; Lillie, 13, TX; Wayne, 12, TX; Homer, 9, TX; Louise, 3, TX; Cledah Zell, 11/12, TX.
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1930 Brown Co., TX, ED 15, Sh 1A: Tol G. Beckham, 54, KY; Mary A., 51, TX; William H., 20, TX; Helma L., 13, TX; Cledah Z., 10, TX; Rudolph, 8, TX. Tol married at 22; Mary Helen at 14.
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BECKHAM, Tol G. (I479)
 
2 Bradford Memorial Hospital REYNOLDS, Billie Joe (I10577)
 
3 Find A Grave Memorial# 59815721 Riverside Cemetery, Wichita Falls, Wichita, TX Plot: Block I, lot A357, Sp 3 BLACK, Silas Elbert (I10682)
 
4 "Texas, Births and Christenings, 1840-1981," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VRST-Y27 : accessed 10 Mar 2013), Rose Ethel Reynolds, 25 Jul 1891. REYNOLDS, Rosa Ethel (I6428)
 
5 ( information received from alicecash@itlnet.net) MCDONIEL, John Damon (I4504)
 
6 ( information received from alicecash@itlnet.net) MCDONIEL, Thelma Viola (I4508)
 
7 ( information received from alicecash@itlnet.net) MCDONIEL, William Newton (I4509)
 
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Ref: The Genealogy of the Bynum Family, Vol 2 page 344-5i.
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Obit: "Shorty" Cornelius, 72. Darwin (Shorty) Cornelius, 72, of Brownwood, formerly of Brady, died at 1 a.m. Tuesday [July 7, 1987] at his home after a lengthy illness.

Services were held at 10a.m. Thursday in Davis Morris Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. R.J. Elke officiating. Burial was in Zephyr Cemetery in Brown County.

Born Feb. 25, 1915, in Zephyr, he was a retired security officer with the 3M Company. He was a Methodist and had lived the past 14 years in Brownwood. He lived in Brady 21 years before moving to Brownwood.

He married Katerine Marie Couch Sept. 9, 1936, in Blanket.

Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Glenda Sykes of San Antonio; two sons, Eugene Cornelius of San Antonio and Davey Cornelius of Arlington and six grandchildren.
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CORNELIUS, Walter Darwin (I1602)
 
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Obit: 1 March 1977, Abilene reported news, Abilene, Texas

"BROWNWOOD - Mrs. Joe (Opal Couch) Wilson, 77 of Brownwood died at 10:20 a.m. Sunday at a local nursing home following a lengthy illness. Services will be at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday at the Davis-Morris Funeral home Chapel.

The Rev. W.M. McCluskey will officiate. Burial will be in the Zephyr Cemetary.

Born 9 May 1899 in Smith Grove, Ky., May 9, 1899, she was a homemaker and a member of the Mthodist church. She married joe Wilson Nov. 7, 1962, in Goldthwaite. He preceded her in death.

Survivors include three daughters, Katherine Cornelius and Emogene Curry, both of Brownwood, and Anita Beaty of Hull; three sisters, Mildred Woods of Comanche, Hilma Beckham of Brownwood and Cleadah Zell of Zephyr; a brother, Rudolph Beckham of hurst; six grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.
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Opal was listed in the 1900 census of Precinct 4, Brown County, Texas.
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BECKHAM, Laura Opal (I470)
 
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1910 Brown County TX Census, ED 103, Sh 6A: George L. Hallmark, 29, TX; Annie, 24, TX; Lawrence, 1/12, TX.
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1920 Brown County TX Census, ED 11, Sh 11B: George L. Hallmark, 39, TX; Annie, 36, TX; Larence, 9, TX; Merril, 6, TX; Tyleen, 4, TX; Annie Lee, 3, TX.
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1930 Brown Co., TX, ED 15, Sh 10B: George Hallmark, 49, TX; Lawrence, 20, TX; Merl, 17; Tuleen, 14, TX; Abalee, 12, TX.
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HALLMARK, George Lee (I2949)
 
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1910 Brown Co., TX, ED 103, Sh 9A: William E. Hallmark, 23, TX; Minnie, 20, TX.
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1920 Brown Co., TX, ED 11, Sh 3B: W.E. Hallmark, 33, TX; Minnie, 29, TX; Lillie, 2 10/12 F, TX
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1930 Brown Co., TX, ED 2, Sh 35A: William E. Hallmark, 44, TX; Minnie M., 40, TX; Lillie M., 13, TX
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HALLMARK, William Eddy "Jack" (I2961)
 
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1930 Mills Co., TX, ED 10: Loyt A. Roberts, 20, TX; Mildred, 18, OK. Her married at at 19; she at 17
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ROBERTS, Loyt Anson (I6704)
 
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Obituary Notice:

BROWNWOOD, Sept. 18 (1958).
Gene Couch, 56, of Zephyr, who died Tuesday night in a Brownwood hospital, was buried Thursday in Zephyr. He had lived there most of his life. Survivors include his wife and three daughters, Mrs. Darwin Cornelius of Brady and Mrs. Vance Toliver and Mrs. Ira Beaty of Wink.
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ZEPHYR FUNERAL HELD. BROWNWOOD, Sept 19 (1958).

Funeral services were held Thursday in Zephyr for Gene Couch, 56, who died Tuesday in a Brownwood hospital. He had been a resident of Zephyr most of his life.
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1920 Brown Co., TX, ED 11, Sh 4B: Eugene Couch, 27, TX; Opal, 20, KY; Katherine, 11/12 F, TX.
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1930 Brown Co., TX, ED 15, Sh 10B: Eugene Couch, 37, TX; Opal, 30, Ky; Catherine, 11, TX; Emogene, 9, TX; Anita, 6, TX. He married at 24; Opal at 17.
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COUCH, Jacob Eugene (I1611)
 
14 1860 Census - Hunt County, Texas

155 148 Joseph P. J. Dawson 34 M Teacher 600 750 N.C.
Amanda 20 F Miss
Alexander B. C. D. 3 M Miss
Eugenia A. M. L. 1 F Miss

1880 Census - Hunt County, Texas

243 243 Dawson, J. P. J. W M 54 M Farmer NC MD NC
E. W F 46 M Wife Eng Eng Eng
J. P. J., Jr. W M 16 S Son/wf Tex NC Miss
A. B. C. W F 13 S Dau Tex NC Miss
Allina C. A. W F 10 S Dau Tex NC Miss 
DAWSON, Joseph Perry Jackson (I1951)
 
15 19 Feb 1890 DAVIS, Thomas Jefferson (I10791)
 
16 1900 Delta Co, TX vol.29, ED#36, sheet 16, line 31 p. 105A 281/291
Willmon, Arthur J. hd Apr 1847 AL TN TN
Louisa A. w Apr 1849 TX AL AL
Victor M. s Dec 1881 TX AL AL
Hershall P. s Aug 1885 TX AL AL
Mildred C. d Oct 1887 TX AL AL
Miles G. s Jan 1890 TX AL AL
Reynolds, Flora niece Jan 188 AL AL AL
Audie niece Dec 1887 TX AL AL

Also on 1900 Delta Co, David Willmon, born AL 1879; James W. Willmon, born 1886, AL; and Wm H. Reynolds, b. Jan 1889, TX with Uncle Green Skelton and his wife Cornelia, born AL, and his children by his first wife. 
REYNOLDS, John David (I6130)
 
17 1970 GOLD, Jewel (I9672)
 
18 1st U.S. Marshall in Seminole, Oklahoma RICH, Ben Andrew (I6610)
 
19 23 Battalion Tenn Inf. (Newman's Battalion.) Company C. PVT Confederate States of America CAMPBELL, Roger Carroll (I1192)
 
20 62 years, 10 months and 23 days. Killed in a car wreck coming home from Fayetteville to Petersburg. They hit a milk truck in a head-on collision. He and the driver were drunk. MOORE, William Doak (I8624)
 
21 90 years 9 months and 4 days REYNOLDS, Rev George Milton (I5990)
 
22 Beneficiary Identification Records Locator Subsystem (BIRLS) Death File. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
 
Source (S798)
 
23 Find A Grave. Find A Grave. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi.
 
Source (S793)
 
24 Selected Crew List and Manifests. National Archives, Washington, D.C.


A full list of sources can be found here.


 
Source (S800)
 
25 Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997. Texas: Texas Department of State Health Services. Microfiche.
 
Source (S787)
 
26 Texas, County Marriage Index, 1837-1977. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013.
 
Source (S794)
 
27

"Arkansas County Marriages, 1838–1957." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2011. "Arkansas County Marriages, 1838–1957," database, FamilySearch; from Arkansas Courts of Common Pleas and County Clerks. Digital images of originals housed at various county courthouses in the State of Arkansas. Marriage records.

 
Source (S806)
 
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Dodd, Jordan R, et. al. Early American Marriages: Texas to 1850. Bountiful, UT: Precision Indexing Publishers, 19xx.

Hunting For Bears, comp. Texas marriage information taken from county courthouse records. Many of these records were extracted from copies of the original records in microfilm, microfiche, or book format, located at the Family History Library.

Texas Department of State Health Services. Texas Marriage Index, 1966-2011. Texas Department of State Health Services, Texas.

Dodd, Jordan, Liahona Research, comp. (P.O. Box 740, Orem, Utah 84059) from county marriage records on microfilm located at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah, in published books cataloged by the Library of Congress, or from county courthouse records.


 
Source (S808)
 
29

Texas Department of State Health Services. Texas Birth Certificates, 1903–1932. iArchives, Orem, Utah.


 
Source (S791)
 
30

Texas Department of State Health Services. Texas Death Certificates, 1903–1982. iArchives, Orem, Utah.

 
Source (S786)
 
31
  • Swarthmore, Quaker Meeting Records. Friends Historical Library, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.
  • North Carolina Yearly Meeting Minutes. Hege Friends Historical Library, Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina.
  • Indiana Yearly Meeting Minutes. Earlham College Friends Collection & College Archives, Richmond, Indiana.
  • Haverford, Quaker Meeting Records. Haverford College, Haverford, Pennsylvania.
 
Source (S821)
 
32 A peek into the past! William S. Maples' mother, Emily Melvina, daughter
of Elias Welborn.

From the Indian & Pioneer History Interviews of 1930s by WPA workers,
Okla. Hist. Soc.

Ethel D. Pfeiffer,
Field Worker
June 5, 1937

Interview with Mrs. W. S. Maples, Duke, Oklahoma, Route 1.
Father: Joseph Guess
Mother: Julia Margaret Groley

My parents were born in Georgia. They reared a family of six boys and four
girls. My four brothers, Jackson, Abram, Henry and Thomas, were all Civil
War veterans. Abram died during the war, of pneumonia. My parents died in
Texas. Father was sixty-five, and mother was fifty-eight at the time of her
death. They were both buried at Omaha, Morris County, Texas.

My Marriage

I met and married William Starnes Maples at Glen Rose, Texas. We reared
four children. We came to Greer County, Texas, on the 5th day of May,
1892. [See date below 1896] We came here in two covered wagons, and drove a
bunch of cattle. We had to ford the rivers, and when we crossed deep Red
River, the water ran into the wagon boxes, and damaged some of our
groceries. Some of the men in our crowd rode horses and went ahead of the
wagon to show the way and to see how deep the mud was; also to see that we
didn't drive into water holes that had quick sand. These were very
dangerous to the travelers from the East as they didn't know anything about
quick sand.

We saw plenty of deer, wild turkeys and prairie chickens. There were lots
of buffalo bones over the prairies, but few lived and were left. This had
been a good stock country. The Government sent some inspectors over Western
Oklahoma and decided to open it up to settlement. This forced the
cattlemen to go out of business, or to go to other states where they could
have open range. This part of the State was then cut up into 160-acre
tracts for settlers, and this was open to settlement May 4th, 1896. We saw
lots of big herds of cattle when they were rounding them up and taking them
to market. Sometimes they were a moving mass as far as you could see.

On March 16, 1896, my husband filed on the NE1/4 of Section 9, T-2 North,
Range 23 W, located two and one-half miles west of the present town of
Duke, Oklahoma, which consisted of one general store and Post Office. Our
land was only a claim before we filed, and had a one-room house on it.

Water and Fuel Supply

There was a well of gyp water on the place. We used it for stock water, and
we had to haul our drinking water from a spring on Turkey Creek, some three
miles away. We had a cook stove that we used to cook on and for heating
purposes. We burned mesquite grubs.

I remember one year we raised such a big corn crop that we couldn't sell it
for enough to buy coal so we burned the corn for fuel that winter.

School

The neighbors went together and built a one-room school house. They called
this "Cottonwood", and it was one and half miles from our house. This was
where we sent our children to school, Sunday School, and Church. We had
big meetings here in the summer time. The school terms were held in the
fall and spring to avoid the blizzards of the winter. This school district
was later consolidated with the Duke District, and the building moved away.

Clothing

When I was a girl I spun and wove the cloth for our clothes, dyed it with
the dyes we made from barks and sumac berries. I made the cloth into
garments by hand. I continued to make our clothes by hand until 1900, then
I bought my first sewing machine. I knitted all the stockings, gloves,
capes and caps for my family. We wore shawls with fringe all around them
for wraps and always wore flannel underwear in winter. My sister and I
knitted for the United States soldier boys during the World War. My sister
died since, at the age of ninety years.

Travel

We traveled in wagons, hacks and buggies in the early days. These were
drawn by one or two horses. When we came from Georgia we had two ox wagons
and a two horse carriage for the family to ride in, but I have ridden many
times in an ox cart, and ox wagon.

Food

We hauled our supplies from Quanah, at first. We made about three or four
trips a year. We raised our meat, lard, and from the trimmings I made my
own soap with lye. I made lye in an ash-hopper from wood ashes. We made our
syrup from sorghum cane. We would haul the cane to the sorghum mill and
have it made into syrup. We picked wild plums on the rivers; and we always
had plenty of milk and butter; and too we had lots of chickens and plenty
of eggs. I also raised ducks and made my own feather beds, and pillows.

Indians

The Indians came through the country on several occasions, but I never saw
them except in parades. They would be dressed in their very best clothes,
with bright colored shawls, their hair in long braids tied with bright
colored strings or ribbons. The man would also have their hair in long braids.

My husband died in 1917, and was buried at Rock Cemetery, three miles north
of Duke, Oklahoma. We continued to live on the farm and carry on, as my
two daughters were still at home with me. My two sons died many years ago
and are also buried in the Rock Cemetery.

I went through so many hardships, that I can't say I enjoyed the pioneer
days or life, but I came to get a home, and about the only pleasure I got
out of it was the fact that I had a good home. Despite the many, many
difficulties that confront a pioneer father and mother, we had the pleasure
of seeing our children get a good education. Our two daughters have each
taught school, first in the one-room schools, then in the Union Graded five
or six room schools, and then in the larger, more modern type of school. I
have realized a great deal of pleasure out of their success.

END

TX vs. U.S. claims settled in March 1896, is that why she tells of May 1896
arrival for the family?

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Found this info previous. Bill of Sale of 1894 shows he was in area by then.

Bill of Sale, Greer County, Texas, microfilm roll 24, Greer Co.
Genealogical & Historical Society, Mangum, OK.
The State of Texas, County of Greer,
... that W. S. Maples of the county of Greer, state of TX ... in
consideration of $160 to me in hand paid by M. C. Maples ... Quitclaim
unto M. C. Maples of the county of Greer ... all that certain lot ...
described as
the east half of section 9, block 65, Greer County, TX together with the
following described personal property to wit:
one bay mare and colt mare, branded (looks like WH joined?) on left
shoulder 11 years old, one bay filly two years old and branded X on left
shoulder with all improvements on said land of any kind whatsoever.
Together with all and singular ... appurtenances to the same
belonging .... unto the said M. C. Maples and HER HEIRS ... 25 July 1894.
Filed for record 28 July 1894, 9am, recorded 30 July 1894 10am, J. W.
Logan, County Clerk, Greer Co, Texas (Logan Teagarden, Deputy)

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1900 Census, Duke Township, Greer County, OK. Terr., page 158 (abstract
for WTGS)
William S. Maples, 48
Martha C. Maples, 51
Walter W. Maples, 25
Laura B. Maples, 14
Henry Maples, 13
Anna L. Maples, 7

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Greer Co, OK kept death records 1912-1918 and
William S. Maples
born Alabama
Married
Date of birth: 26 Aug 1851
age 66 yrs, 1 mo, 19 days
Father: John Maples, Alabama
Mother: Melvina Wellborn, Alabama
Informant: Laura Maples, Duke, Oklahoma

Medical certificate:
Date of death: 15 Oct 1917
"I hereby certify that I attended deceased from May 23, 1917 to Oct
14, 1917, that I saw him alive on Oct 14, 1917 ... Cause of Death was
Chronic Interstitial Nephritis <(interesting ... Nancy Welborn Cabaniss
had kidney trouble on her death certificate)> Signed, J. S. Merideth,
M. D., Duke, Oklahoma Oct 30, 1917.
Burial: Rock Cemetery, Duke, Oklahoma
Buried: Oct 15, 1917, Undertaker B. C. Rose

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Rock Cemetery, Duke, Oklahoma 26-T3N-R23W
Maples, Martha C. 1849-1941
Maples, William S. 1851-1917
Maples, Henry J. 1886-1911
Maples, Walter W. 1875-1925
Guess, Mary H. 1842-1933
Maples, Elton K. 1912-1935
From Cemetery Records of Jackson Co, Okla by Claudine Dollar, 1979.
April 1999, Susan Bradford visited the cemetery and viewed the
graves. Nice low slab type granite markers. West side of cemetery. 
MAPLES, William Starnes (I4289)
 
33 Abt. September 1913 Dan moved to El Paso from Paris, Texas

Abt. September 1913 Dan’s wife and three children went to stay with her father in Helena, Arkansas.

Dan L. P. Duke was the Mayor of El Paso Texas 1949 - 1951 
DUKE, Daniel Lundy Payne (I2170)
 
34 accident on highway while driving a truck LEMMOND, John Noah (I10535)
 
35 Accidental Gun Shot to the Chest in his home LANDRUM, Charles Larry (I9303)
 
36 According to Stella Baker (dbaker@tcworks.net) John Reynolds had three sons, James, William and Benjamin and a daughter that everyone called Sis. She married James Neal. They must of all lived in Van Buren or Conway Co, Arkansas. William Halbrook and several families came to Arkansas sometime after 1845. William and Judith lived near Coon Creek in Perry County, Tennessee before coming to Arkansas.

On 1880 Census Benjamin lists his parents as being born in Tennessee, but on his death certificate it states both were born in North Carolina. 
REYNOLDS, John Harrison (I6117)
 
37 According to Texas Marriage and Divorce Records, David first married Bessie on 01 Apr 1973 and divorced in Navarro County on 10 Nov 1975. They re-married in Henderson County, Texas on 03 Apr 1978. REYNOLDS, David Henry (I5878)
 
38 According to the Athens Post in Limestone County, Alabama. Samuel Pruitt was shot and killed on Sand Mountain near Finney's Ferry on Dec 6. 1873 by Rev. Stephen M Hastin (Hastings) PRUITT, Washington Samuel (I5540)
 
39 Addie Anderson Bowden, 94, of Greenwood, Arkansas died Saturday, November 26, 2005 in Greenwood. She was the widow of Orda Bowden and of the Baptist faith.

Funeral was held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Greenwood United Methodist Church with burial at Liberty Cemetery under the direction of McConnell Funeral Home of Greenwood.

She is survived by four daughters; six sons; 30 grandhildren; 69 great-grandchilden; and 46 great-great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers were her grandsons.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association. Little Rock Office, 212 Natural Resourcws Drive, Little Rock, AR 72205; or the American Heart Association, Memorial & Tribute Processing Center, P.O. Box 1653, Topeka, KS 66601-1653. 
ANDERSON, Addie (I9361)
 
40 After the Federal Government built a road from Acmulgee River in Georgia to the Territory of Mississippi, Robert and his wife Sarah McColphin moved and bought land outside of Monticello, Mississippi the county seat of Lawrence County, Mississippi. A son by this union named William married and moved to his house not far from Monticello near the Hespegah Baptist Church. The archives in Jackson, Mississippi, state on the Microfilm this home as a beautiful two-story frame house that had stood in perfect condition for over a hundred years. William had many descendants and the family cemetery has the remains of many Daniels interred there. A family reunion is held at Hespigah Church every year.

After Sarah's death, Robert married Sarah Morrow. From this union, a son Robert II, a sister Mary Ann who married Jacob Magee, Sarah Ann who married Abram Harvey, a son Willis who never married.

William Daniel's two sisters were Delaney Daniel married Jesse Ward, Elizabeth Daniel married to Andrew Hartzog.

Robert Daniel II and his second wife Sarah Morrow moved their family to Sandy Hook on Pearl River which is out from Varnado, Lousiana in Washington Parish. They purchased many acres of land and built a fine two-story home. They brought with them many slaves. Robert II died October 14, 1848. He was buried near the home designated as a family cemetery.

There is no record I have found giving the birth and eath dates of Sarah Morrow. We assume that she was buried by Robert II. The family cemetery has an iron fence around it and the only tombstones are those of Robert II and his son Willis. A large old cedar tree stands inside with a climbing red rose reaching to the top.

At Robert's death, his daughter, Sarah Ann, and her husband, Abram Harvey moved in with the widow, Sarah Morrow Daniel. Other than for the sake of companship, this arrangement seems a bit superfluous, for Grandma Morrow was a hustler, busting about wearning a chatelaine from which suspended a tremendous bunch of keys, and generally pretty capable of taking care of any situation. Her grandchildren say that this large Redheaded woman frequently held a slave in one hand and whipped him herself with the other. 
DANIEL, Robert (I1846)
 
41 Age 31 yrs 10 months at death LAMAR, Eliza Law (I3970)
 
42 Age at Death: 0 CAMPBELL, Infant (I8528)
 
43 Age at Death: 2 MUSE, Eva (I8892)
 
44 Age at Death: 20 RANEY, Nancy (I5591)
 
45 Age at Death: 31 WILBORN, Lucindy Belle (I10784)
 
46 Age at Death: 37 LANE, Virginia Belle (I4000)
 
47 Age at Death: 38 NELSON, Sarah Bessie (I9920)
 
48 Age at Death: 39 NARANJO, Brian Kieth (I11078)
 
49 Age at Death: 43 PIGG, Michael Lyn "Mike" (I8648)
 
50 Age at Death: 44 SMITH, Nancy Nannie Bird "Mannie" (I8757)
 

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