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WABASH VALLEY GENEALOGICAL SOdETT 



300 YEARS 

of 

CECILS IIJ AMERICA 

1663 1971 



Compiled 
by 

Alta Cecil Koch 
Rte. 1 Box 477 
VJest Terre Haute 
Indiana 4788i; 



ViT. V.'alter V. Ball, 3314 Coq- 

— eliii TfeiTaco, Chfcvy ChascjMd. i/j 



Published by the author, June 1971 



is the author of Chapters I, >- ^ 

II, and III in this book. They J !lj °° 

are taken verbatim from his 3- Q. X 

published book THE CECIL FAM- ~ m >- 

-ILY OF iMAItYLAlII) with some -^ h- ^ 

ALLIED BALL LI!IE3 with his full ^ ^- V 

consent and approval. O m t 

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JPBOPEMTOP 

"WABASH VALLEY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY ,;,5/^^^7^ 

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Reuben Edgar Cecil 
1883 111. 



Alexander Russell Cecil 
1848 N.C. --- 1929 Neb. 



Dedicated 

with 

Love, Admiration and Appreciation 

to my Father 

REUBEN EDGAR CECIL 

and to 

the Memory of my Grandfather 

ALEXANDER RUSSELL CECIL 

Whose family stories instilled in me 
my deep interest in family history. 



INTRODUCTION 



The Cecils have been in America since Colonial days. Our earliest proven 
ancestor, Ivilliam Cecil ca l66p-1749, had sons John and Phillip. Although 
Johns descendants have been well recorded by various genealogists and family 
historians, the descendants of Phillip had not been recorded until Mr. V.'alter 
V. Ball published his research in I96I. His full and exhaustive study of the 
Maryland Cecils barely touched upon the segment which moved to North Carolina, 
a bit before and after I8OO. Our genealogy investigates the North Carolina 
Cecils and deals with the descendants of two of the 4th generation family 
members who settled there. North Carolina Court House and Archives records 
were researched by Henry Reeves, Lexington; by Yancey otone Cecil, High Point; 
and by this author. In 1350 to 13^4 a family of six Cecil brothers, sons of 
John Ball and Nancy [liams] Cecil, migrated to Missouri. Missouri Court Hse. 
and research of other primary source materials was done by the author. All 
Court House and Archives materials are established with full referrenc. 

Research has failed to reveal a record of Revolutionary V.'ar service in 
our Cecil ancestry. However, Samuel Cecil 1794-1974, and John Ball Cecil 
I785-I86I, both served from North Carolina m the War of 1812. Samuel is 
the ancestor of many of the present day North Carolina Cecils and John Ball 
Cecil was the father of the six Cecil brothers who migrated to Missouri. 
John Ball Cecil is buried in the Cecil Family Cemetery at Cornelia, Missouri, 
and this author has entered and verified his name on the Roll of Veterans of 
the War of l8l2 who are buried in Missouri. Membership is held by the auth- 
-or in the National Society of Colonial Dames XVII Century, and some supple- 
-mental lines recently presented and approved included descent from '.illiam 

Cecil 1665-1749 and Killiam Eyams [liams] I6 -1703. Thus, those who are in- 

-terested in an affiliation with a patriotic organization based on Colonial 
Ancestry, have those lines available. 

This book does not attempt to prove or disprove the Cecil tradition of 
descent from English nobility. As Mr. Ball stated in his book, we will leave 
that problem for others who perhaps have more interest in that phaze of fam- 
-ily history. This book presents 300 years, over 3000 names, and twelve gen- 
-erations of the Cecil story. Vie have not foimd any criminal tendencies nor 
have we uncovered any serious infraction of the law. That is not to say there 
were not infractions. Basically, this branch of the Cecil family has pro- 
-duced farmers, skilled labor and artisans, some preachers, and a fev; in the 
professional fields of teaching and medicine. Many have been, or are, engag- 
-ed in businesses and are found all the way from the ownership of a small 
shop to the presidency of a large corporation. Many have served militarily 
but very few have pursued the military as a career. The Cecil story presents 
a panorama of middle and upper middle class America. 



ACXNOVt'LEI/Gi'IEiJTo 

To acknoivledge or adequately express appreciation to all who contributed in 

great measure to the records for this family history, would in all ways 
be most difficult, if not futile. 

To I-Ir. 'w'alter V. Ball, 3314 Coquelin Terrace, Chevy Chase, Llaryland, author 
v;hose vast research provides the first three chapters for this book. 
This material, excellent and accurate, has been taken verbatim, with 
cinly very minor change or addition, from his book THE CECIL FAMILY Or'' 
r.LARYLAND WITH SOLIE ALLIED BALL LINES. Mr. Balls' records, his gener- 
-ous help, his advice and encouragement, and his warm friendship have 
been and are invaluable to me. 

To n,y husband. Dr. G. David Koch and to my daughters Alice and Lois, who 

i^ave been patient with me and helped in so many ways. They have helped 
all the way from spending long hot afternoons in court house vaults, 
to equally long hours at microfilm readers, to helping with extra 
home chores so that "mom" might work at her records. A genealogist 
on a family vacation is a dubious asset. 

To the many descendants of the Missouri Cecils who have g^nc above and beyond 
the call of duty in order to help. To Viola Smith, Forrest and Jessie 
Gmith, Ilaidee Evans, Clara Evans, Minnie Mifflin, Hazel Cecil, Mr. and 
Mrs. Everett Marr, Ii-ene Cain, Sylvia McGrath, Maude VJai^nick, Flossie 
Davis, Vialter Foe, George Cecil and family, Herbert B. Cecil, Dr. James 
Cecil Shanks, Christa Founds, Helen Hackleman Smith, Mrs. Robert K. 
Eiving, Scott A. Hoskinson, Fra.ncis Cecil Taggart , Rose Marie McKenna, 
Teola Cecil Wilson, Cleo and Viola Cecil, Elmer and Lottie Cecil, and 
all the many others who provided family data or addresses for others. 

To the Cecils in Hor-th Carolina: To Richard Raymond aiid Elah [McVaughan] Peace, 
v;hose expert and exhaustive work has provided records for a very large 
segment of Cecils in the Davidson Co. JI.C. area. To Yancy Stone Cecil 
of High Point whose excellent data and thorough and imaginative research 
has uncovered some vital missing links in the family history. To Mr. 
Thomas Kennedy of Thomasville, [dec] whose recollection of stories of 
the early Cecils in IJorth Carolina, made our family history more than 
Just a series of names bracketed by dates. To Mr. Henry Reeves of Lex- 
-ington, M.C., who although employed for the task, excerpted deeds, v/ills, 
settlements, marriage records and other legal data from Rowan and David- 
-son Counties. His excellent survey of Davidson Co. cemeteries provided 
records we would not have had otherwise. 

To all who are not mentioned specifically, my deepest gratitude. You ha-ve all 
made me even more pa?oud to be a Cecil. 



Alta Cecil Koch 



CHAPTER I 

GEIJEIiAL INFORIUTION 

The House of Cecil was published iii London, England, in I914. The 
author, G.Ravenscroft Dennis, stated that much of the material for the book 
was taken from the Hatfield manuscripts, the papers of the Cecils preserved 
at Hatfield Maiior. This book was a history of one branch of the Cecil fain- 
-ily that was prominent in England for over 4OC years. There is no proof 
that the Cecils in America descend from this line but some abstracts from 
the book may explain where some of the legends regarding tHe Cecils ori^^in- 
-ated. 

"The descent of Richard Cicell, of Alt Yr Yas, in Hertfordshire, can be 
traced back I5 generations to Robert 3ytsylt, who, in the year IO9I assisted 
Robert Fitz Hamon in the conquest of Glanorganshire and was the father of 
James Sitsilt, Baron of Beauport . In 1333 John 3itsilt aiid Sir rilliam 
FakenJ-iani claimed a certain coat of arms. Edward III referred the dispute 
to the heralds, v;ho adjudged the right of bearing these arms to Sir John 
oitsilt, as a lineal descendant of Sir James oitsilt. Lord Deaupoi't, who was 
killed at the siege of l.'ailingford in 1139"- 

"A Frenchman, in the 17th century proved to his own satisfaction that 
the family was descended from the Ceciles of Burgundy- and that Sir David 
Cecil of Stamford was the first who settled in England." 

"In Restitution of Decayed Intelligence in Antiquities, edited in 1672 
it was stated the naine Cecil was derived from the Roman Caeoillus." 

Many legends are recorded and it is clear that we carmot accept any of 
them as the three cited above contradict each other, l.'illiam Cecil, Lord 
Burgley, 1520 - 1^93, was very much interested in genealogj^- and had several 
family charts prepared for him. Ke discarded most of them as unreliable 
and left the following, which has been accepted as authentic. 

1 Seyceld, Phillip, of Herefordshire. He had a son; 

2 Seyceld, Richard, of Herefordshire, d. in I508, had sons: 

3 Seyceld, Phillip, of Herefordshire. Died in I5O6 

4 David, settled in Stamford. Died 1^42 

3 Seyceld, Phillip, of Herefordshire, d. 1^06 , had son: 
5 Seyceld, John, of Herefordshire d. l^/jl, had sons: 

6 Seyceld, V.'illiam, of ilerefordshire . Died 1393, left a will. 

7 son unmamed and no further information 

8 son -unnamed and no further information 

6 Seyceld, l.'illiam, of Herefordshire, d. 1^93, left son: 
9 Seyceld, Matthew, of Herefordshire. 

Matthew Cecil opposed his father's will ajid two of his sisters appealed 
to Lord Burghley on the ground that their fathei-, '..'illiam Seyceld, "wishing 
to continue the name Cecil iii that house had conveyed the property to Robert 
Cecil and his heirs". As Sir Robert was a son of Lord Burghley they must 
have been related to the Herefordshire line. Mr. Dennis states "The history 
of David Cecil, the yomiger son of Richax-'d, is of greater interest so we 
take leave of the Herefordshire Cecils". This leaves the two unknown sons 



of John Cecil unnaccounted for and the Cecils in America could have descend- 
ed from one of them. 

4 Cecil, David b. ca 1472, m. Alice Dicons, d. 11^42, settled in 3tamford, 

Go^oiisellor of the boroUf^-h in 1492, Alder:nan ar .'.iHyor lj04i 1^13 and. 
1326. Yeoman of the King's Guard in I309 at the funeral of Henry VII, 
Sheriff of Norhampton Coioiity 1>32 and 1533. Purchased the Manor of Burgley 
in l'j26 from which his grandson, Loi'd Burghley took his title. He had: 

10 Cecil, hichard. Appoiiated King's Page in IjlTi served in various 

offices of the court, by appointment of the King, and was left 
100 pounds by the will of King Henry VIII in 1347. He was named 
iii his father's will in 1342 and d. in 1333. 

11 Cecil, David. He was mentioned in his father's will in 1^42 and 

brought an action against his brother, Richard, over the division 

of his father's estate. [l<'ote: this is the last record of David 

we have as his older brother, Richard inherited the family estate.] 

10 Cecil, liichard. Born ca 1493 d.. 1553, m. Jane Hechington, 1501-1538. 

12 Cecil, '.■.'illiam Lord Burghley, K.G. 1320-1393 rii. [ l] Mary Cheke. 

m.[2j Mildred Cooke, 1525-1539» elected to Parliament from 3tam- 
-ford in 1547 J appointed Secretary of State in 1550 at age 30. 
Knighted in 1531 and moved into Burghley Manor on the death of 
his father in 1353. He served the Empire for over 40 years. 
Children: 

13 Cecil, Thomas 1542-1623 First Earl of Exeter, Lord 3\irghley 

14 Robert I563-I612 First Earl of Salisbury, K.G. 

13 Cecil, Thomas 1542-1623 m.[l] I564 Dorothy Ileville, who d. I609 

m.[2] 1610 Prances Brydges, I58O-I663. He succeed- 
-ed his father as Lord Burghley. He was High Sheriff of North- 
-amptonshire in 1573. Children were: 

15 Cecil, '•.'illiam I566-I64O, 2nd Earl of Exeter, Lord Burghley 

16 Richard 1570-1633 

17 Edward 1572-1633, Viscount i.'iiableton, no sons 

18 Christopher no further record 

19 Thomas -1662 Believed to be the engraver. 

20 Lucy 

14 Cecil, Robert I563-I612, First Earl of Salisbury, K.G. He owned an est- 

-ate called Theobolds at vjhich he often entertained the King 
and i^ueen. King James liked Theobolds so niuch that he had Cecil 
deed it to him, giving hiiu iii exchange the palace and Manor at 
Hatfield. The Manoi' of Hatfield was an ancient edifice, built 
in 1103, and Cecil built a new Manor House which was completed 
in 1612. This Manor became the seat of the Salisbury line of 
Cecils for over 3OO years. Robert Cecil m. Elizabeth Brooke in 
1589 and they had: 

21 Cecil, {-.•illiam 1591-1663, Second Earl of Salisbury, K.G. 



15 Cecil, William 1566-1640, 3econd Earl of Exeter, Lnrd Burghley, m. Eliza- 
beth Manners, 1 576-1591 

22 Cecil, William d. I6l3, Lord Roos. llo children. 
16. Cecil, Richard I57O-I633 m. Elisabeth Cc^e, Children: 

23 Cecil, David d. I643, 34d Earl of Exeter, who had six sons and three 
daughters. At time of his d. only one son, John, and one dtr. Frances, sur- 
-vived him. John was b. in 1628 and succeeded as Fourth Earl of Exeter and 
d. in 1678. He left only one son, John, 1674-1721, who was Fifth Earl of Ex- 
-eter. 

21 Cecil, William, 1591-1668, Second Earl of Salisbury, Lord Cranborne 
m. 1608 Catherine Howard. Their children were: 

24 Cecil, James I616-I617 

25 Charles I619-I66O V.isbount Cranborne .. 

26 Robert Member of Parliament NFT 

27 Algernon Member of Parliament NFT 

28 U'illiam Col. of the Guard, City of Dublin 

-1^ [Mr. Dennis states that V.'illiam Cecil had three "j 

iU son r A 

31 son '-sons other than those identified, but he gives j 

£no information about them or their descendants. | 

25 Cecil, Charles I619-I66O, Viscount Cranborne m. Diana Maxwell. They had: 

32 Cecil, James I648-I683, Third Earl of Salisbury, m. Margaret 

Children: 

33 Cecil, James b. I665 Fourth Earl of Salisbury 

34 w'illiam, d.y. in Paris, France in I69I 

35 Charles, murdered in Rome, Italy in 1702 

36 son IJo further information given on these two 

37 son unidentified sons of James Cecil 

The author of this history was interested only in those Cecils who wera 
prominent in England and he omitted maii^" Cecil lines not impoi-lcait to liis 
history. There is nothing in the book that suggests the Cecils of America 
were descended from William Cecil, Lord Burleigh, and there were many Cecils 
in England other than Sir Viilliam. 3o, in the words of the author of this 
history, the history of the Cecils in America is of greater interest to us 
and so we take leave of the English Cecils. [VIVB] 



Early Records of Cecils in America 

The Virginia Mag. of Hist, and Biography, Vol. 21, p. 283, reproduced 
the following from early court records: 

"At a court held 17 Jan. 1624 . Present, Sir Francis V.'yatt, Sir George 
Yardley, Dr. Pott and Capt. Smithe. PETER CECILL, sworn and examined 
sayeth that John Dowman used those oprobious speeches, etc. " 

This is the earliest record fo'ond of the Cecil name in America. If 
Peter Cecil was an immigrant there is no record of any land patents issued 
on his account. The following is a record of land patents issued between 
1623 and 1666 in which the names Cecill, Cissell, Sissel, etc. appear, in 
the early records of the Colony of Virginia. 

1654 
1663 
1664 
1665 



To Francis Land 200 acres, in Lower IJorfolk Co. for transporting 

four persons, including WILLIAI'I SISSELL. 

To Nicholas and Maurice Cook 600 acres, iii Laiicaster Co. for trans- 

-porting six persoiis, including THOMAS CICELL 

To Miles Riley 6OC acres, in Rappahannock Co., bounding upon the 

land of ROBERT SISSELL. [note: Robert was already there.] 

To Richard Braham 240 acres, in Rappanhannock Co., for transporting 



six persons including WILLIAiJ CI3ELL 
1666: To David Vsilliamson 6,000 acres, in Accomack Co., for transporting 
120 persons, including ALGEkWELL CECILL 

The Pennsylvania Archives, 2nd Series, Vol. 19) pa/^e 362 shows the 
following abstract from early Colonial records: 

"The Frop'ry graiated to V.''.". CECIL, of LangcornL , Co. of Oxfor, Carp'r, 
2250 acres of land by Indr. dat . 11 and 12 3br '81 in pursuance of which 
Th. Holmes issued a warrant, dated 6 Nov. 1632, directed to Ch. Ashcomb 
to survey to the said V«m. CECIL 247 acres on the 3o. side of Upland Creek. 
It further appears that Ch. Ashcomb had surveyed to the said '-.'m. CECIL 123 
acres and to Anthony V.'eaver, the same quantity, who purchased it of V'm. 
But Joseph Iiichards, purchaser of 500 acres produced a patent under the Pro- 
-'rs hand, dated 25 May l634 for that very same tract that is ijresunied to 
have been laid out to CECIL aforesaid. 

AiJIJ CECIL, widow, and TIIEO . CECIL, son of the said 'Jm. by Indr. oj. 
lease dated 25 Feb. I6S5, devised one Moiety of said 25O acres to J'os. 
Richards of Oxen Co. for 999 years and sd. Jos. Richards assigned the said 
Hoiety, located in Ashton T'p to Edward Carter on 9 Apr. I69I. The Frop'ry 
issued a Warrant of Resui'vey, dated 26 Jul ITOj-j for resurveying the whole 
tract of 1,000 acres, of which Jos. Richards was purchaser of 500 acres, Edw. 
Cdrter 25O acres, and Wm. CECIL 250 acres. V.'m. CECIL by Ind'r of lease and 
release, dated 20 Feb. I68I [note date] granted to Anthony VJeaver, of Oxen 
Co. 125 acres, the Moiety of his 250 acres". 

h'lLLIAJ-I CECIL, of Md. was born ca luu5, and on ojie occaaiou lie swore 
in court that "he had spent most of his tirue in this Province". lie couj.d 
have been a son of oiie of the above Cecil immigrants to Virginia or he could 
have been a son of V/ILLIAJ-I CECIL of Penna. The li'ILLIAI-I CECIL of Fenna was 
referred to as "of Oxford Co." which was in Eng. and apparantly he had just 
arrived in America in l63l aiid had not yet fo"U2id his place in this country.. 
Viilliam Penn received his charter to Fenna. on Apr. 2, l63l and sent his 
deputy, Capt . ',,'m. Markham, to iLY. so he could secure the legal surrender 
of the area granted to Penn. Capt. Markiiam arriving in July l63l. 
It appears that n'ILLIA.a CECIL was well ahead of the liew proprietors 
arrival in Fenna. Evidently l.'m. Cecil d. before I6S5, leaving a widow 
Ann, and a son, Theo , V.'ILLIA;.! CECIL, of Penna. could have had a son named 
V.'illiam who moved to Maryland and careful research might prove this but at 
this time the proof has not been found. 

In j.63^ one T. CECIL iTiade a map of Llaryland ±ot Lord Baxtimore. ihis 
T. Cecil has been identified as Thomas Cecil, a grandson of l.'illiam Cecil, 
Lord Burghley and an expert engraver of London. There is no proof avail- 
-able to show he was evei- in Maryland. In the court records of Maryland, 
Libex'" 2, Fol. 602, one Rowland Sissill witnessed a power of attorney on 
23 April 1649 » a,2id this is the only record of Rowland Gissill. In 1658 
John Cicill demanded rights for transporting 5 persons, including one John 
oisell. In 1675 Benj. Rogers was assigned rights for transporting I4 per- 
-sons including Thomas oissell. These are the only Cecils, Cissels, Sissels, 
etc. recorded in the index to early settlers in Maryland from l633 "to l630. 
If any others were in the Province they failed to exercise their rights to 
land due them as immigrants. 

John Cicill, the immigrant in 1653, died in 1698 and left a will in 
It. Mary's Co. naming wife Mary, and sons John, 1,'illiam, Thomas, Richard, 
Robert, Edward and James [V.'B-7, F-331] . VJilliam Cicell, son of John and 
Mary died in 3t . Mary's Co. leaving Arthur, Luke, Margaret, Ann, Matthew 
aind John, and a brother James. James Cissel, son of John and Mary, died 
in 1717 leaving James, Mary and Ruth. Thomas Sissell, the immigrant in 



167!3 d. in ot. ..lary's Co. m 1701 and left a will aaming son George, son 
in-law James Thompson, brother George, and dau. -in-law Betty, none 
claims have been made that John Cicill, son of John the immigrant in 
1653, was the same John, of Prince Georges County who married Elizabeth 
Sollers, but this has never been proved by the claimants. 

Joshua Cecil, Gent., has, been a puizle to all researchers for manj' 
years. He was the King's attorney. Deputy Clerk of Calvert County m 
1694, firat Clerk of P. G. Co. in I696 and a land speculator. The deed 
books of Maryland show many land conveyances by him. The P.O. Co. court 
recordsLiber A, Folio 318 shows the following: 

"Henry Cecil, son of Joshua and Mary his wife, was born 4 IIov. I696 
and his brother twin, Isaac, was christened in Christ Church, in Calvert 
County, the same morning". 

Henry Cecil apparantly died youjig as Isaac was made sole heir to 
the estate of his father, Joshua, when he died in 171? . Isaac Cecil, 
son of Joshua Cecil, Gent., made several uecdi between I717 and 1747 
and then moved to V.'estmoreland Co. Va. IJo descendants of Isaac Cecil, 
son of Joshua Cecil, Gent, liave ever been identified. Jushua Cecil, 
Gent, was an educated man, held offices of re6ponsibility , and acted as 
an attorney for others. Ke always signed liis name CECIL but most of the 
Cecils of P.G. Co. were ojieducated and could neither read nor write. 
Theii' names were signed for them and written in docoiiients as Cazel, Cecil, 
Cissel, Gessell, Cissell, 3ii;ol, etc. 3ome forty different spellings 
have been fomid. About iSlC some of the Cecils changed the spelling to 
Cissell and these branches; of the family have been confused with the 
earlier Cissel families of ot . Mary's Co. The relationship, if any, of 
Uilliam Cecil to Joshua Cecil, Gent., is unknown but as the name Joshua 
appears quite frequeiitly in the 'n'llliam Cecil line there is a possibility • 
that they were related and could have been brothers, as their children 
were born about the same time. Viilliam Cecil could write and his 
signature is found on some documents. 

Mr. Ball states: "Ir. this first chapter I have included everything 
that I could find on the Cecils before V.'illiam of Maryland. I regret 
that I vijas not able to identify his ancestors and hope some day some one 
xvill find a record or records, that will provide this proof." 

'..'alter V. Ball 



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CIIAPTEli II 

.ixj_ii_ij.rU'i UiJOXij Ca xuo_y — 1- I if ;? 

Earliest proven Cecil ancestor 

Maryland, is tlie first Cecil ancestor vje can ident — 
-ify as proof of his ancestors has not yet been found. If he owned any laiid 
no land conveyance from him or to him has been found in the deed books or 
land patent books in the Land Office at Annapolis, Maryland. The folloiving 
documents are sufficient proof to establish him as ancestor of Cecil descen- 
-dants v;ith which we are concerned. 

Coui-t Records P.G. Co. Liber A, Folio I46 

"March I697/3 Court. To the Commissioners of F.G. Co. these are to 
humbly Sattisfie you that 'Jilliam Zlessell, by the request uf my wife, as 
she lay upon her deathbed, I have disposed of nij- children to Marreen Douall 
[Duvall] and his heirs, till they are of age. JOIIII 3E3.jELL, aged seven years 
the 24th of Dec. last past, TIIILLIF SEGELL aged 13 yrs the 28th lay of this 
instant and GUGAII 3E33ELL aged 2 years of Jan. last. These are humbly 
to request your Lordships to bind these Oh. this Ct . to the aforesaid 
Douall [Duvall], and his heirs, to the age of 21 and the girle to the age of 
16 as v;itness my hand and Seale the day and year above written. 
/S/ UILLIAM SE3ELL 
liit . Alex. Beall, Soloman Simpson [by x mark] 

Solomon Simpson came into Ct . and made oath that he did see IvILLI^i-M 3ESELL 
sign seal and deliver the above as his act and deed." 

P roprietory Papers, Black Books 111, 231, 2^j6 

"Iler Majesty vs Richard Pile Mar. 22, I7OC/7 Ct . , memo, of Ct . pro- 
-ceedings in the trial of Richard File for barbarious treatment of his 
Serv't Henry Glover. Signers of depositions, IJinean Beall, Hugh Ryley, 
Thomas Rasb-ury, Jane Hawkins, Ralph h'ilson, Mary Demall [Duvall?] Anthony 
Drayne, Elizabeth Dreene, uILLIAM CECELL [among others]. 

Deposition of V.'ILLIAM CECELL, aged 40 or thereabouts, sxn'orn sayeth that 
your deponent lived with Doc. File about two years ago and that he never saw 
the Doctor ,p:ive abuse to any of his Servants and that he was invited to the 
funeral of a Sartin Servant woman named .lary and further deponent sayeth not. 
Signed [by pen] WILLIAM SESCELL " [iJote: Vnn, Cecil thus born ca I666] 

Queen Anns' Parish - P.G. County 

"Sat. Jan. Ij, I708/9 Put with the Sheriffs' hands the follovjing sums 
of money and tobacco [among others] VJILLIAT.I CECIL 50 lbs of tobacco." 
Tue. Mar. 3, I7O8/9 VJM. CECIL donates 50 lbs too. to the church." 
"JOHN CECIL married Elizabeth Sellers in I718" [Mo. and day not given] 
"Susannah, dtr. of Phillip & Elizabeth CECILL b. 3 Mar. 1712" 
"Mary, dtr. of Phillip aiid Elizabeth CECILL b. 2 Jan. I7I6" 

C ourt Records P.G. Co., PL - 2, Folio 201 

"April 1710 Court; UILLI.iM 3ESSELL was attached by vjarrant sworn to 
by John Demall [Duvall?] for note of 7 Lb. 8 Sh. a 3 Pc." 
I nventories & Accounts, 370| 479 

"I7 Jan. 1714, Elizabeth Barnes, Admnx. of Godfrey Barnes, her bond 
in Richard Jones and VJM. CESSELL, her sureties in 200 pounds". 



Ct. Records, P.O. Co. Liber Fqltc 1729'. 

"Nov. 1729 Court, i;iLLIA;.rci33ELL humbly sets for^h to the Trustees 
of the court here that he is above 67 years of age and almost past his lab- 
-our and raost hvimbly begs the consideration of his levy that he may be set 
ievy free. Petition rejected." [Note: according to this he was b. ca 1662 
but see petition in 1732] 

Will, Liber L. Folio 199 

"21 May 1731: to my wife, Mary, and sons Richard and William. To my 
dtr. Elizabeth, wife of Edward Sprigg. /s/ Richard Pile. 
Wit. Richard Doukett, VJILLIAM GE33ELL, John Ferre, r^r. Joiin Perre Jr." 

Ct. Records, P.G. Co., Liber S. Folio 10$ 

"Nov. 1732 Court; The hun-.ble petition of WILLIAI.I CI3SLE sheweth that 
ye petitioner is of the age of Cj years and has spent most of his life in 
this Province , but has grown very infirm and weak and dim sighted which 
renders him incapable of getting his livlihood. It is humbly prayed that 
your Worships will favorably consider him by letting him be levy free for 
time to come" — "It is ordered by the Ct. that the Petitioner by levy free 
for the future". [Note: The age of 67 agiven in his petition was probably 
correct and agrees with the statement he made in I7O6/7 that he was 40 
years old and places the year of birth as I665/66. The statement that he 
had lived most of his life in the Prov. indicates he had lived elsewhere.] 

It would seem that at this point a brief resuinc of Couiity formations is 
in order. Up until I748 all the Cecil records had been found in Prince 
Georges County. In 1743 Frederick Co-oiity was formed from P.O. In 1776 
Montgomery was formed from Frederick and subsequent records indicate that 
the Cecils were domiciled right on the line between Frederick and Montgom- 
-ery and that the Cecils had not moved — the Countys had simply changed 
beneath them. These dates should be kept in mind iu subsequent records. 

I nventories, Frederick Co., Liber 41, Folio 234 

[N'ote: This compiler and author has the complete inventory of ] 
[William Cecils worldly possessions, and hoped thereby to get s] 
[some clue as to his means of livlihood. Not much was learned ] 
[but we feel it may hold interest for some. Perhaps some clue ] 
[lies hidden in the term "stock locks" J 

An Inventory of the Goods and Chatties of WILLIAM CICEALL, late of 
Frederick Co. Deceased, and Appraised by tlie Subscribers the 29th of July 

To one Negro Boy 36/0/O and one Negro Woman 46/0/O ^t//2/P 

To One Negro Child very Decreped and Ailing V?'' / 

To One Old Feather Bed aiid Furniture ^ _^ ^ fv°V 

Ti_ m.-„ ■n,.,.+ ^.^ -n-; .-'Ko^-- IT-; .-/•V.+ T.Ts+.fi^ X- i.wn small Rasous all old 1/10/0 



To 7 Knives aixd b i-'orKS u/o/u/ 00 a paxi- ui ux^x r±x^ x^^,.s^c-/ '/p'/" 

To One Old Gtock Lock <3c Guiidry other Lumber ^^/% 

To One omall Baskett with a little Cotten & Old Horse Bell 0/6/0 

To One Old Sadie and two Old Bridles nV^V^ 

To Two old axes and two Old Hammers & One Old Sifter O/6/0 



To his V/earing Apparel very Old and Indifferent 2/0/O 

To a Small Oval Tatle l/5t sxid two old Bedsteads I/6/0 

To a Pair of Gmall Cast Nheels l/5/O 

To Five yds of Shalleen and 23 Coat Buttons O/13/O 

To 52 pounds pott Iron V'^/o 

To two weeding hoes, afrying pan and Curee Comb all Old 

To Old '.,'ooden VJare, two Old Blankets and one old Bag I/2/0 

To One Penknife and Old 3tock Lock 0/1/ 6 



Lbs 113/13/0 
James '.■'allace Thomas Cicill [x] his mark 

VJilliam Nallace Cabrett Cissell 

Samuel Cissill - being duly sworn Deposeth and says that the within is a per- 
-fect Inventory of all and Singular, the Goods and Chatties which were 
the Deceased that Came to his hands at the time of the making thereof and 
that what hath Since or Shall hereafter Come to his hands or possession he 
will return in an Additional Inventory that he knows of no Concealment 
of any part or parcel thereof by any person whatsoever, and that if he 
does discover any concealment oi" suspect any to be he will acquaiiit the 
Commissary General for the Time being or his Deputy with such Discovery or 
Cause of Suspicion that it may be inquired Into and he will well and truly 
give an account of all and every part of the Deceased personal Estate 
that shall hereafter come to his hands or possession or Knowledge. 

Sworn Samuel Cissell 
No record was found of sale of the above inventory. 



The foregoing is all that was found concerning VvILLIAM CECIL, but the records 
are sufficient to establish him as the father of JOHN and PHILLIP CECIL of 
P.G. County, and especially when considered with the following documents 
concerning them. 

Black Books — No. I6I 

List of taxables in L'est Branch Hundred in the year 1719^ John Barrett, 
John Perre, i.Iirean Duval Sr., Mirean Duval Jr., Thomas Moore, Phillip Gitt- 
-mgs, Thomas Gant, Col. Thomas Sprigg, PHIL 3I5ELL [among others]. 
[Note: see taxables for 1733] 

Deed Book I, Folio 520 - 521 

"Indenture 23 Dec. 1723 between Thomas Gittings, of P.G. Co., and 
PHILLIP CISEILL, of ye same couiity, Planter. For 3»000 lbs of tob., paid 
by said EHILLIP CECILL, sd. Gittings sells to sd PHILIP CISCELL -- ALL TIL\T 
THACT, OR PARCEL OF LAND IN P.G. CO. called LAND ABOVE beginning at a hick- 
-ory tree standing iii ye fork of ye deep branch and Cattail Marsh branch, 
running north etc. containing 100 acres with all bldgs, houses, orchards, 
fences, etc. /s/ Thomas Gittings 
VJit: Jos. Belt, Theo Sprigg. Enrolled by PHILLIP CISEILL Feb. 24 1723" 

Note that this is the first land purchased by a Cecil in Md. other than 
by Joshua Cecil, Gent. LAND ABOVE was a tract of 232 acres surveyed for 
Thomas Gittings, 6 May 1723» and part of it was in Beall's Pasture, surveyed 
for Ninean Beall in l699» and part in Beall's Pleasure, s'urveyed for Ninean 
Beall in 1706. This land is located near the present town of Cheverly, Md. 
which is now a part of the Metropolitan area of the city of Washington, D.C. 
Ninean Beall was one of the witnesses at tlie trial of Dr. Pile in I706 as 
was William Cecil, Phillip's father. 



Deed Book M, Folio 4Q4 

"4 April 1729 JOiDI CECIL, of P.G. Co., purchased of Richard VIeaver 
a tract of land called CECIL '3 FIH3T PUl:CILi3E." 

Deed Book Q, Folio 676 

"6 Aug. 1733 JOHN CEICELL, of P.G. Co. purchased from Major Edward 
Gprigg a parcel of land called Beall's Pasture, standing by a branch called 
Cattail Marsh braiich, containing 135 acres." 

[Note: This tract adjoined LAim ABOVE, purchased by Phillip Cecil in I723] 

B onds, Box 3, Folder 4 

"7 Nov. 1733 ELIZAEETII 3I3oILL, of E.G. Co., widow, and John Allison 
and John Moore are firmly bound unto the Kt . Honorable Lord Proprietor 
in the sum of 50 pounds. The said ELIZ. 3I33ILL, Admx. of the estate of 
PHILL 3ESSILL, late of P.G. Co. dec'd., will exhibit in Ct . on the 27th 
day of Feb. next ensuing, a list of the goods, credits and chattels of 
the deceased, at the time of his death etc." 

The above abstract is of the original bond signed by Elizabeth Cecil 
BJid now deposited in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, 'Ad. It is the oldest 
original docujnent known to bu in existence concerning the Cecils. 

Black Books: 263, 11, 110 

List of taxables in Western Branch Hundred in 1733: JOHN CECELL, 
Marine Duval, 3r., Marine Duval, Jr., Thomas Gittings, Thomas Gantt,Jr., 
and Edward Sprigg " [among others] 

John Cecil was the only Cecil listed in the taxables of V.'estern Branch 
Hundred in 1733. His brother, Phillip had died that year and his father, 
V.'ILLIAT.i CECIL, had been if.ade levy free the year before. Thomas Gittings, 
who had sold land to Phillip in 1723 was there, and Major Edw. 3prigg, who 
had sold land to John Cecil, was there as well as Mareen Luvall who had 
raised the Cecil children. Dr. File had died in 1731 t^'t his daughter, 
Elizabeth, had married Major Edward 3prigg. John Perre was included in the 
taxables in I719 and iii 1731 he and WILLIAI-I CECIL witnt^bsed Dr. Piles' will. 
Ill Nov. 1733 John Perre arid Joseph Kay were witnesses to the signature of 
Elizabeth Cecil, the widow of Phillio Cecil, on her bond. It is not diffi- 
-cult to follow WILLIAM CECIL and his two sons JOHN and PHILLIP through 
their close associations with the same people for some forty years. 

Inventories, Liber 17, Folio 720 

"Inventory of PHILLIP CE33ELL, late of P.G. Co., deo'd. on 9 Mar. 1733: 
One cow, one steer, two heifers, one bull, 2 horses, four barrows, four sows, 
8 hoes, 3 wagons, beds, bedding, wearing apparel and one testament. 
Value 15/13/92- /z/ ELIZABETH 3I33ILL, Admrix. [by mark]" 

Accounts, Liber 13, Folio 87 

"1735: The acuouut of ELIZABETH CICELL of the estate of PHILLIP CICELL 

of P.G. Co. Dec'd: 

For small charges allowed 2: Due from dec'd to John Beall, 10: 
Due from Dec'd to Harry L'rightsou 4/7/6 ; Due to Hon. Charles 

Calvert, Esq. l/ll/O Due to Deputy Commissioner O/25/2 : Due for my 

commission as Admnx. 1/14/4 : Total payments 20/17/IO . 

/s/ Peter Dent, Depty Comm. Inventory 15/l3/9y- 

The heirs are PHILLIP, JOHN, V.iUM^HoM^^^IiF&^ARY CICELL. 
children of ye dec'd. /s/ Peter Dent, Dep'u Comm. P.G. Co. " 

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Wills, Liber 30, Folio 649 

"I give and devise to my wife, ELIZABETH GICELL, during her widowhood 
all that tract of land I now live upon and after her marriage or death I give 
and devise the same to mj,- son, ZEPIuL'JIAII CICELL. I give and devise to my wife 
ELIZAEExH CICELL, all m;y- Negroes, household furniture, tobacco, horses, 
cattle, pigs and all of my personal estate. After her death, or marriage, 
the same to be equally divided between all my children. My wife, Elizabeth 
to be Executrix, /s/ JOIIII CECIL [by mark], 4 July 1737. Witnessed by John 
Brown Brassier, Rachel B. Brown, Gordon Thomas. Proved by the oath of John 
Brown Brassiei- on 28 July 17^3 iii Prince Georges County. 

I nventories, P.G. Co. Liber 67, Fol. 107 

John Cecil's administration was filed by ELIZABETH CECIL, his Executrix 
on 5 Feb. 1739 with SALVET CECIL and SAIWEL CECIL, of Frederick Co., as 
her sureties. Thomas Cecil and James Cecil were mentioned as kindred. 

The children of PHILLIP CECIL are definetly established by AccQ-uiits Li^er 
13 , Folio 87, in 1733 • On one occasion Elizabeth Cecil swore in Court "IIo 
relations to ye deceased in this Froviiice". This statement has caused some 
researchers to doubt that John and Phillip were brothers, however, Mr. '.vest 
points out that Phillips father V.'illiam was still living, as well as his bro- 
-ther John, and that Elizabeth made this statement in order to expidite the 
settlement of Phillips estate, which was very small. From the documents 
cited on the previous pages we can see no reason to doubt that John Cecil 
and Phillip Cecil were the sons of William. 

The 1778 Oaths of Fidelity, Montgomery County, Md. Box 4. Folder 1 , 
Richard Thompsons Return — 110 names including, SAMUEL CECIL, JOHN CECIL, 
and 3ABRAT CECIL. 

1778 Oaths of Fidelity, Montgomery Co. Md. Box 4i Folder 11 , Joseph L'ilsons 
return. Several names, includiiig: 

Jonathon Ivillson, Zack Magruda, Richard Brook, John B. Magruder, 
Richard Crobb, Richard I.'ooton, Alexander IHiittaker, Charles G. Griffith, 
VJilliam O'lJeil, Benjamin Hicholls of u'illiam, V.'ILLIAM oISIL[end] Robert 
Elcock, l.'illiam VJest, Benjamin Ric'Ketts Jr, Hez. Griff eth, Thomas Kirk, Edw 
Busey, Paul Busey, Jacob Rhodes, John Rhodes, Charles Busey, Stephen Tole 
[Toole], Thomas .Swearington, John O'I'c-il, Thomas Holland, Abraham Boyd, Alex 
V.'illson, Chas. Berry, l.'illiam Green and several others. 

The taxables for Montgomery County 1778 
Linganore Hundred J0.3HUA 3I33EL 
Sugar Loaf Hundred l.'ILLIAM SCISSEL SR. 

WILLIAM SCISSEL JR. 

ARCHIBALD SCISSEL 

rnO.-uio .jLxo.jLL 

T axables I783 

Cecil, Archibald acres. Improvements one log frame dwelling 

Cecil, Joshua 100 acres. One log house with addition of framed portion. 
Cecil, William 330 acres One log house with add. of framed portion. 



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CHAPTER III 

1. CECIL, V.'ILLIAi.I ca I665 - 1749 d. in Frederick Co. ..Id. 
v/ife unknovm 

2-1 John 1690 - 17:33 d. in Prince Oeorfjes Co., Md. 
2-2 Phillip 1692 - 1733 d. in Prince Georges Co., Md. 
2-3 Susannah I695 - V.o P-urther Trace 

2-1 CECIL, JOHN 1690 - 1738 

m. 1713 Elizabeth 3o .lers in Queen Ann's Parish, P.G. Co., Md. 

3-1 Zephaniah 1719 mentioned in fathers will. 

3-2 Elizabeth I72O moved to s.w. Va. ca I766 

3-3 Gamuel 172I - 1783 moved to s.w.Va. ca 1766 

3-4 oabert 1723 - 1309 d. in Montgomery Co. Md. 

3-5 John 

3-6 Thomas I726 - I786 

3-7 James 1734 - I8OI 

The above is the family of JOHIJ CECIL as found by Dr. Arthur Bond Cecil 
and Mrs. LeRoy Millikan, and in the case of 3a;Tiuel and Elizabeth this was 
confirmed by Mr. V/m. Pendleton in his history of Tazewell County, Va. 

Since the descendants of John Cecil have been recorded in other geneal- 
-ogical works, we shall not go further with them in this compilation. 

2-2 DECIL, PHILLIP 3-23-1692 3-9-1733 d. m P.G. Co. Md. 
m. Elizabeth [maiden name "onknown] 
3-8 Susannah 1712 NFT [llo Further Trace] 
3-9 Elizabeth LIFT 
:> - lO i.id,ry x / lu urT 
3-11 Phillip Jr. d. 1303 
3-12 John 1721 - 1733 
3-13 William 1728 - 1307 
3-14 Joshua ca 173O - I3l4 

Of the above family of PHILLIP CECIL, the sons PHILLIP JR., JOICI, 
and JOSHUA, have been dealt with in the book THE CECIL FAMILY OF '.'JJIYL^ITD 
VJITH ALLIED BALL FA.MILIES by I.'alter V. Ball, published I96I. Since this 
fine genealogy is available in many large librai^'ics over the United States 
we will jiot include those liiiei and descejidants here. V.'e will instead 
concern ourselves with the descendaiits of 3-13 1<ILLIAM 1728 - l307. This 
VJilliam is well documented by Marylaiid records in Mr. Balls' book, however 
most of I'illiams children moved to IJorth Carolina and that segment of the 
family has not, unfortunately, been adequately or accurately recorded. 
VJe will deal with some of the descendants of Uilliam Cecil 1728 - 1807, 
who migrated to IJorth Carolina and from thence dispersed to other parts 
of the co-ontry. 



3-13 CECIL, WILLI.-U'I 1728 - 1307 

This man, of the 3rd generation, becomes l.'illiam Sr. in the following 
records: 

"Ind. 22 Oct., 1796 WILLIAM CECIL of Montgomery Co. sells to Vim. Kirk the 
parcel of land called CIL4NCE." DB - G, Folio 332 

"Ind. 13 Sept. 1797 Phillip Hacker sells to V/ILLIAM CECIL, of Mont. Co. 
a parcel of land called PLEASANT LITVEL " DB - H, Folio 12 

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V.'ILLIAI.I CECIL 3r. of Llont . Co. for 5C cents sells 



GEORGE CECIL, of Randolph Co., .State of Ilorth Carolina, a tract of land 
called UILiT YOU NILL and a part of RE3URVEY OF FLUitlER'o DELIGHT, on Big 
Bennetts' Creek, adjoining the land of WILLIAI.I CECIL, Jr." SB. VJ.R. 28 Fol 47 

"Ind. 15 June l303 ',:ILLI.U-I CECIL, 3enr. of Mont, Co. for 50 cents sells to 
VIILLIAI.I CECIL, Junr. of Frederick, Co. part of a tract called MAT YOU WILL 
and part of a tract called RE3URVEY OP PLUItlERo ' DELIGHT." VIR - 27, Fol. 237 

"Ind. 15 June l303 VIILLIAM CECIL, of Mont. Co. for 50 cents, sells to 
ELIZABETH TOOLE, part of a tract called VHAT YOU V/ILL and part of RESURVEY 
OP FLUI.E.IERo' DELIGHT" D.3. Fred. Co. NR. 27. Fol. 173 

"Ind. 2 Jul. 1305 V.'ILLIAI.I CECIL, Gr. of Mont. Co. for 50 cents sells to son 
BEHJAI'IIH CECIL, of same comity, tract called IvILDCATT SPRINGS, which includes 
the dwelling house where I now reside and part of a tract called CHANCE and 
part of KID0VJ3 PUliCHASE and part of RE3URVEY ON WILDCATT SPRINGS" 
D.E. Mont. Co. Li"b. M. Folio 250 

"Ind. 19 July 1305 V.TLLIA:.! CECIL, 3r. of Montgomery Co., for 50 cents sells 
to S.OW CECIL of the same Co., part of a tract called CILUICE, containing SO^- 
acres with all buildings, etc." D.B. Mont. Co. Lib. M. Folio 253 

VJill Book F. Folio l83 VIILLIAI.I CECIL signed his will by mark on May 10, I8O7. 
It v;as proved Oct. 13, I807 . 

"To my dtr. I.IARY BALL, 42 acres, it being ^ of land formerly laid out for 
PHILLIP CECIL and VIILLIAI-I BALL, called VJIDOWS PURCHASE. 

"To dtr. ELIZABETH TOOLE, one white cow. 

"To my son JOHN CECIL, one heifer, one negro wo;nan called Priss and her 
three children, Harry, Bess and George. 

"To my son BENJAJ.IIN 42 acres, it being i- of 34 acres formerly laid off for 
PHILLIP CECIL and AND V.'ILLIAT-I BALL called NIDO'IS PURCILIGE, and a part of 
CILiNCE and also a negro girl Sail, 15 years old, and when she is 13 she is 
to go free and also a negro called Dick now 13 years old and when he reaches 
21he is to go free. To my son BENJAMIN all the residue of my estate. 

"i have previous to the date hereof, given to my sons ilRCHIBALD, VJILLIAI.I, 
TH0I.U3, GEORGE and PHILLIP and my dtr. SUSANNAH KIPJC all that I intend or 
meant to give theia. " 

V.'itnessed by Samuel Sopher, Richard Andrev;s and Henry Cooley. 

Shortly- before and after l300 many of the Cecils moved from Maryland to 
other states. JOSHUA CECIL, brother of VJILLIAI.I Sr., with most of his fajrdly 
moved to Ohio iii about IS05. Two of Joshuas sons had gone to southwest Va. 
before I8OO, and his daughter Elizabeth had married Jarrett Ball and gone 
to Rov;an Co., North Carolina with her cousins. On the other hand, Elizabeth 
Cecil Toole, daughter of VJilliam Sr., had gone to Ohio with her uncle Joshua 
Cecil. 

An evaluation of census and deeds will provide the pattern for the exodus 
of Cecils from Maryland to North Carolina, the families with which this book 
is concerned. 

Ind. 2 Aug. 1305 V.'ILLIAI.I CECIL of Frederick Co. Md. [this is Wm. Jr.], for 
78 Lbs and 10 sh. sells to ARCHIBALD CECIL of Montgomery Co. Md. a parcel of 
land called CHANCE containing 73^ acres adjacent the part of CHANCE laid 
out for JOHN CECIL DB M Folio^26l 

Note: In the above deed WILLIAM CECIL Jr. disposes of land to his brother 
ARCHIBALD. In the following deed V.'m. Jr. buys from his brother GEORGE, that 

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that piece of land sold to GEORGE for 50 cents by the father '.'.'A. CECIL Zr.. 
Geor^-es land adjoined that land sold to MLLl.-U Jr. by father KILLI/wI Sr. 
at the same time for 50 cents. That 1305 deed of sale and the 18C0 N.C. 
census for Randolph Co. prove George to be in Randolph Co. II. C. by 1800. 

P.P. '.;r 32, folio 295 Frederick: Co. Md . " 25 Pec, l307, GEORGE CECIL 
of Pioan [Rowan] Co. :i.C. sell;; to 'u'lLLIAM CECIL, Junior, of Fred. Co. 
Md. for $300:00 all that ,f;arcel 6f -land called \-Hlk7 YOU V/ILL being part 
of a tract called the RE3URVEY Oil FL'J:-i:.IER3' 3ELIGIIT, lying in Fred. Co. 
Md. —on the 6th line of that part of the RE3URVEY OH rLiriMER^' 3ELIGIIT 
that was formerly conveyed to WILLIAM CECIL, 3r. by Geo. Flummer - etc- 
to the end of the 11th line of that part of said tract that was conveyed 
to VJILLIAI.I CECIL, Jr. by George Flummer, - etc - then south to ELIZABETH 
TOOL'3 part of said land cent. 30 acres more or less. The sd. GEO. CECIL 

appoints Tobias Butler and Henry Doyle as his Attys./.j/ GEORGE CECIL 
by mark, l.'itnessed by V.'m. Figgott, LVn. V.'elbourn, J.F. and FIIILLIF CECIL. 
Right of dower signed by Elisabeth Cecil, wife of George 28 Oct. IS08. 
— personally appeared FIIILLIF CECIL and proved the signature of GEORGE 
CECIL. [Note: On margin of page was vjritten "Ex. & Del'd to Roger 
Johnson per order from widow , 22 Sept. I8IO. Thus, note that William 
Cecil Junior had died prior to 22 Sept. I8IO.] 

Will Book G:.IK - B llo. 1 Folio 334 Frederick Co. 'Ad. 

Will of WILLIAI.I CECIL, Jr. 

"In the Name of God, Amen, I, Willia.n Cecill of Frederick Co. and 
State of Maryland, being sick and weak in body but sooiid Disposing mind 
and -understanding, calling to mind the mortality of liiy Body and Knowing 
the certainty of Death and the uncertainty of the time tiiereof, do make 
and Ordain this my last will and Testament as follows. 

"First I commit my soul in the hands of Almighty God and my body 
to the Earth to be buried by my Friends in decent like Christian manner. 
As to my worldly affaiis whioli it hath pleased God to bless me with I 
give and bequeath in tiie form and manner follwing — 

"Item: I give and bequeath to rny loving Wife RACHEL CECILL all my 
Real and Personal Estate of every kind aiid description that I airi possessed 
with or ariy ways entitled to after my Just Debts are paid and I also appoint 
my loving Wife, RACHEL CECILL sole Executrix of this my last will and 
Testament. Signed, published and Declared in the presence of us who at 
the request of the Testator hath Subscribed our names in the presence 
of each other, this 6th day of May I8O8 
Wit: Alexander Beall William Cecil fhis mark, vaguely] 



gourd shaped. J 



James Murphy 
Josp.ph A. Murphy 

Frederick Co. to wit on the 1st day of J-une 1303 then came FvACIIEL 
CECILL and made oath on the holy Evangels of Almighty God that the fore- 
-going Instrument of writing is the True and Whole will and Testament of 
WILLIA.M CECILL, late of Frederick Co., Deceased, that hath come to her 
hands and possession aiid that she doth not kiiow of any other. 

Richard Butler Reg.r 

On the above date, the witnesses to the will made oath as to its validity 

D.B. WR 39 pages 133-134. Frederick Co. Md. "29 Oct, l3lO FuACIIEL CECIL 
of Frederick Co. Md. sells to Richard Johnson of same Co. for 335 l^is 
and 5 sh. all that plantation and the land thereto belonging on which the 
said PiiVCIIEL CECIL now lives, being the same place whereon her deceased 

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husband did live, lying in Frederick Co. and containinf^ 74^- acres or the 
parts of PLUI.E.IEiiS DELIGHT or THE RE3UKVEY OF PHJ,.i:.IEKo DELIGHT or any other 
names whatsoever together with all houses, buildings, ordhards, etc. etc. 

/S/ RACHEL [R] CECIL 
her mark 
Wit: \'im. Burkhart , Thomas Jones Recorded 20 Feb. I8II 

Thus, the widow of U'lLLIAII CECIL, JR. disposes of her husband land, '..'ms 
will does not indicate childreji, but in the above deed we find " — that the 
said JilACHEL CECIL and her heirs , the said lands with their appurtenances 
will warrant and defend to the said Richard Johnsoii, his heirs and of signs 
against her, the said Rachel Cecill, and her heirs, all all person and pers- 
-ons, claiming or to claim from by or under her or an.v of them, and further 
that the said Lands are free and clear of and from all incumbrances." etc. 

Uo further records are found in I.Iaryland for RACHEL CECIL or for her "heirs", 
The 1790 census, Fred. Co. I.Id. had shown 6 sons under I6. The I8OO census 
showed V.'m. Cecil as 45 and over and his wife as 26/45' Two males are I6/26 
1 fem. 16/26, 3 males 10 to I6 and 3 males to 10. 

Rachel Cecil had sold the i.'aryland land the last of Oct. iSlO, and in 
Rowan Co. K.C. Book 23 P 109 ^7 Dec. iSlO we find "Charles Collett of Raii- 
-dolph Co. to LL^CHEL CECIL of Rowan - for 4IO lbs current money of 3tate of 
N.C. - on waters of Rich Foi^k — being a lot of land granted to Thamas Tharpe 
3r. by the State. — oont . 4^2 acres more or less. Transfer made by Collett 
by perfect and absolute estate m inheritance in fee simple in presence of 
Jacob Brummel and Galathial Stone Charles Collett [Seal] 

Proven in open court by Jacob Brummel May term l3l4 

The ICOO Rowan Co. N.C. c ;nsus places l.'ILLIA.I & 'AAliY [CECIL] BALL and PHILLIP 
CECIL THERE at that time. GEORGE CECIL was in Randolph Co. The IS07 will 
of WM. CECIL 3r. and foih-raing 1307 deed proves :L\RY [CECIL] B.^LL.3 ' identity. 

"Ind. 5 Dec. I8O7, ;;;.!. BAi.L of Rowan Co. IJ.C, for ":200.00 sells to Henry 
Poole of I.Iontgomery Co. Md. 2 tracts of land, ;;iD0':3 PUItCHAGE and CILIKCE, 42 
acres. — appoint JOHN CECIL, 3r. and BENJAMIN CECIL as atty's. 

/s/ l.'ILLKiI.I BALL and right of dower, MARY' BALL, wife of h'illiam Ball. 
Witnessed by PHILLIP CECIL and Wm. Piggott DP - Folio 52 

Thus, the foregoing deeds and wills will have established the children 
of WILLIA:-! CECIL, Gr. of Mont. Co. Md. as follows: 

3-13 WILLIAM CECIL b. ca I728 d. I8O7 [William] Phillip^ ] 
m. Elisabeth [maiden name unknown] 

4-1 l.'illiam Jr. b . ca 17:^5 - I8O8 m. Rachel [Call?] 

4-2 Mary b. ca 1757 - H'- ^'''m. Ball. Moved to II. C. 

4-3 Thomas b. ca I76O Moved to N.C. 

4-4 Elizabeth b. ca I76O m. 1732 Jas. Toole. Moved Oh. 

4-5 Archibald b. ca I762 - 1320 m. twice. Stayed in Md. 

4-6 George b. ca I764 m. 1797 Elis. Linton. To N.C. 

4-7 Phillip b. ca I765 - IS09 in. Julia Moved N.C. 

4-3 Benjamin m. 1798 Ann Fisher 

4-9 Susannah m. Wm. Kirk 

4-10 John b. ca 1775/30 m. 1798 Mary Linton To N.C. 



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The following census will show i,-,e;.iberc of the above family in N.C. 

Males PemalGB 

Rovjan Co LesG 10 lo 26 over Less 10 U3 2^6 Over 

1800 ^ 



10 



Ball, i;m. 1 .. 1 

Cecil, Bhniill/p 1 1 

Randolph Co. 1800 

Ceissoll, Geo 1 

Rov;an Co. IBIO 



16 26 45 4p 10 
I ..1 1 



16 23 45 45 



oissell, Julia 
oissell, Thos. 
Cissel, Allen 
Ball, V.'m. 
Ball, w'm. 

Year 1820 

Cecil, John 3r. 
Cecil Geo. 
Cecil ThoE. 



, 3 less 16, 1 26/45 1 less 10, 1 26/45 

3 less 16, 1 45 & up 1 less 10, 1 IO/I6, 1 26/45 
13/26, 125/45 1 45 £: up 1 fern. 26/45 



Davidson Co. 1330 [formed from Rowan 1322] 

Cecil, Thomas between 4O and jO 
Cecil, Rachel between 60 and 70 
Cecil, Mary between 5O and GO 
Cecill, Thomas between 70 and 30 

The following deeds serve further to shov; family relationships, and 
the movement of some of these family members from Maryland into II. C. 
and other states. 

Deed Book K, Folio 57, Mont. Co. Md. Shows that JOIIII CECIL and BEITJiUIII 
CECIL bought a tract of land from JOSHUA CECIL in Nov. I8OI. 

Deed Book G Folio 50, Mont. Go. Md. 3hov;s " I9 Dec. 1807 JOHN CECIL 
and BENJAMIN CECIL, of Mont. Co. sell to Henry Poole, etc., and right 
of dower by MARY, wife of JOHN, and ANNIE, wife of BENJAMIN" etc. 

Deed Bk. T. Folio 112 Mont. Co. 



"Ind. 27 July I3l6 BENJAMIN CECIL, of Mont. Co., sells to Martha 
Riley, for r2,000.00, a parcel of land called '..'ILDCATT 3FRING3, CIL^JCE 
V<'ID0V:G PURCIL;.GE and REGUIiVEY ON V.'ILDCATT SFRINGG, that devised to the 
0riFILi.N3 OF BENJ/uMIN CECIL by i;iLLi;i;.! CECIL, his father, the afsd. laiids 
lying adjacent to each other and part of a tract called CILVNCE that was 
in the year l307 conveyed by ;.'ILLI.^-I BALL to Henry Foole, cont . 42 

[This is the last Md. record found for Benj. Cecil or heirs] 



acres' 



iUNJ/iJ-iin 



'..'ILLIAM BALL had na,T>ed JOHN CECIL, 3r., and BENJA-MIN CECIL ofj-lont. 
Co. Md. as his attys. to sell his lajid there. Both JOHN and BENJ^LM 
were in Mont. Co. in Dec. lS07 but a JCIIi: CECIL, 3r. shows up in the 
1320 census of Rowan Co. N.C, and BENJAi.IING na-Tie only is on the deed 
of 1316 conveying the land of i.'ILLI.wl BALL. This indicates that JOHN 
CECIL had also moved to Rowan Co. N.C. after 1310. 



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PHILLIP and TIIOyiAo CECIL and L'lLLIAT.I BALL and wife appear in census of I8IO 
as over 45 yrs. of age - or - b. before I765. The Balls and Cecils settled 
between Brushy Fork and Rich Pork, just off of Hte. #29 between Lexington and 
Thomasville, II. C. Some early II. C. records are as follows: 

Kowan Co. N.C. Sk 21 - P 399 23 Sept 1799 Thos. Tharp Jr. to PHILIP CECIL 
— for 50 lbs current money — on waters of Rich Fork — cent. 100 acres. 
Thos. Tharpe [seal] and in presence of Thomas M. liams & Y:m. Carvel. 
Proven in open court llov. 1308. 

Rowan Co. Book 21 p. 114 State to Phillip Cecil entered 7 Feb. l304 and 

granted 26 Nov. IS05 for the s-oin of 30 Sh. for each 100 acres, 10 acres on 

Rich Pork of Abbotts Creek. 

L'ill Uhite Sec. 

Phillip Cecil J- Turner 

Rowan Co. 1309 Tax List. Phillip, Thomas Sr., Thomas Jr., Allan, & Vim. Cecil 

Rowgm Ck. Sk. 23 p. 499 State to Thomas Cecil for sum of 50 Sh. for each 

100 acres, granted to Thomas Cecil - 20 acres on Vlaters of Spurgeons Creek 

Entered 7 Aug. I8IO and granted 30 Nov. iSll 
By Command of V.'m. Hill, Sec. Jen,]. Siiith 

Rowan Co. Bk. 23 p. 109 ^7 ^^c - 1^10 Charles Collett of Randolph Co. to 
RACHEL CECIL of Rowan Co. for 4IO lbs. current money of the State of N.C. 
— on the waters of Rich Fork — being a lot of laixd granted to Thomas Tharpe 
Sr. by the State — cent. 402 acres more or less. Transfer made by Collett 
by perfect and absolute estate in inheritance in fee simple. 
Presence of Jacob Brummel Charles Collett [seal] 

Salathial Stone Proven open court May l3l4 

Rov;an Co. Bk. 24 p. 63 27 Apr. I8l2 Jacob Brujnmell sells to JOffil CECIL 

for .■-400.00, 100 acres on the waters of Rich Fork. This had been granted to 

Wm. Dills by the State and sold by Bills to Brummell. 

Presence of John Vlayman 

Thomas M. liams Jacob Brummell [seal] 

Proven Open Court by Thos. M. liams Feb. session 1317 

Rowan Co. Bk. 23 p . 40 11 Sept, l3l2 Hugh McKaughan sells to JOHII CECIL - 
for 100 pounds current money of State of K.C. — on RichEork — being piece 
of land that I.IcIIaughan bought of Shei-wood ICenadji" - cont . 75 acres more or less. 
Presence of John Vlayman 

Thomas Cecil Hugh McKaughan [seal] 

Proven in open court and registered Feb. term I8I4. 

IJote: The above JOII-J CECIL would seeia to be the youiigest son of VIILLIAI-I 
CECIL Sr. of Mont. Co. Md. It is interesting to see that on Mar. 9> 1^25 
we find in Book 5 P- 497 Bavidson Co. H.C. tliat JOHII CECIL, Sr. sells tue 
above piece of land to JOHN CECIL , Jr. for ' JO-OO? a,nd in the presence of 
Samuel Cecil Sr., and Sam'l Cecil, Jr. Then in Bk. 5 p. 100 Davidson Co. 
on 3 May 1825 , we find SOW CECIL .jr. selling this same land back to Sherwood 
Kennedy, the original owner and getting '200.00 on the deal. 

Rowan Co. Bk. 23 p. 626 I6 Mov. 1312 Zebulon Hunt, Esq. to THOXiS CECILL, 
Sr. — for 100 pounds — on waters of Hunts Fork — cont. 112o- acres more or 
less and including dwellirig house where Hunt now lives. 
In presence of William Lowe 

Solomon Kendall Zebulon Hunt [seal] 

Acknovjledged in open court Feb. session I816 

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Rowan Co. Bk. 23 P. 623 14 Fub. I8l6 TH0MA3 CECILL sells to John Kennody 
the son of ihirwood ICc-nnedy, for 31^ pounds and 10 sh. — on waters of H'dnts 
Fork of Abbotts Crock [sarr.e land as foregoing deed] and cont. 112^- acres more 
or less 

In pros, of oherwood Kc-nncd.y THOi-US CECILL [scall 

Zebulon Hunt [o ] his mark 

16 .Vpr. 1S17 Philip Mock 3r. sells to THOMAS CECIL 



for 332.70 money of the U.Z, — on Iiich Fork — cent. 10 acres, 144 rods. 
rresenco of Ezekitl Brown 

Joseph Trotter Fhillib Hock [seal] [in German] 

Proven in open court by Ezekiel Brown May session I817 

Rowan Co. Bk. 27 p. 197 13 Oct. I3l3 lUCHEL CECIL to her son JOHfJ CECILL 
— for CIOC.CO — pert of land she purchased of Charles Collett [l9l0] on 
V.'aters of liich Fork — cont. 57 acres more or less. 
Presence of '■.m. Twomey 

Elijah Elliott PuiCHEL CECIL [seal] 

[x her mark] 
Proven open court by VJm. Twomey Aug. session in l322 at Lexington, N.C. 

Note: Davidson Co. N.C. had jus- been formed in 1322 from Rowan Cc. 
cind the new county seat was Lexington. 

Rowan Co. 3k. 27 p. 193 Ij Oct. I3l3 RACHEL CECIL to her son BENJAMIN 
CECIL — for JIOC.CO — part of land she purchased of Chc'ts. Collett on waters 
of Rich Fork, and cont. 37 s-cres more or less. 
Presence of V.'m. Twomey RACHEL CECIL [seal] 

Elijah Elliott [x her mark] 

Proven open ct . by Mm. Twomey Aug. session 1322, Lexington, N.C. 

Book 24 p. 212 16 .'.pr. ISI7 Rowan Co. N.C. 'Philip Mock or. to V.'ILLIAM r.-prj^ 
for )177.3C — on waters of Rich Foi'k — cout. 39 aci'es I6 rods. 
Presence of Ezekiel Brown 

Joseph Trotter Phillib Mock [seal] [in German] 

Proven open court by Ezekiel Brovm May session l3i7 

Rowan Co. Ek. 24 p. 733 29 Oct. l3l6 V.'m. Bodenhamer to TIIOG. CECIL Jr. 
for ;;282.^0 — on Rich Fork — cont. 100 acres more or less. This being part 
of a tract of 4OO acres. 
Presence of Thomas K. Cecil V,'. Bodenhamer [seal] 

Smith oullivan 
Proven open court by Thomas K. Cecil Aug, session l3l3 

Rowan Co, 3k. 23 p. 2C6 Mar. IS19 Ezekiel Collett to TIIOMIS CECILL for 
3200.00 — on Rich Fork — cont. 96 3/4 acres niore or less 

Ezekiel Brown 

Samuel V/elborn Ezekiel Collett [seal] 

Proven in open court by Ezekiel Brown Way session ISI9 

In 1319, the Admn. of estate of Mary Ball to Wm. Ba. . Bondsman, John Ball. 



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Some early marriages in Ilorth Carolina, Rowan Co 



Date 






Bricl^: 



Bondsr'ian 



12- "9-1807 Allan Cecil to Elizabeth Gtout Phillip Cecil 

12-18-1312 John Ceeell to llb-Ticy liarns John Call 

[llote: Nancy liams' name appears in copied records as Ivins and Grimsj 
[The original, though faded, cleai^ly shows the name as IAIM3, tut virit^ 
[-ten so that those unfamiliar with the name and its many variations, J 
[interpreted it as above. Fa;aily records sho;^f AIAMG aiad IIAT'IG 



12-24-1313 Gilliam Regan 
2-9-1817 Benjamin Cecil 

1 Q^ 



] 






7 



_\J— X — xO-LO i\.ccio>^ii i^cClx 

10-7-1821 Phillip Cecil 

3-12-1822 Benjamin Cecil 

3-22-1822 Jared Cecil 



to G us aimar i C e o x x 

to Osscc Kennedy 

to ileni'ie oua ±iai:is 

to Ilargaret Ilayworth 

to Rachel Cecil 

to Elizabeth Cecil 

to Sarah Cecil 



Thomas Cecil 
George Ball 
V.'illiam Cecil 
Jared Baj.x 
Levi Amburn 
Jared Cecil 
John Cecil 



'Jilliam Cecil had stood bondsman for 3 Ball marriages and Phillip and Samuel 
had stood bondsman for 1 each of the Ball family. The duplication of names 
in the Cecil and Ball families show a close alliance. 

The above records make it clear that when the second generation of Cecils 
in Rov;an Co. reached maturity, some of them married first cousins, thus add- 
-ing proof that there was more than one senior Cecil in !I.C. The census of 
1850 shows 12 families and the same was true for i860. l370 shows 13 families 
and 1380 has I6 Cecil families. It is thus apparant that many Cecils moved 
from IJ.C. to other states. 

This is the end of the material based for the most part on the book 

THE CECIL FAMILY OF AMERICA IIITII 30ME ALLIED BALL F/^IILIEG by WALTER V. BALL. 

Your compiler for this book as a whole has added a few records to the foregoing 

section, and made a minor correction or two but their significance is not 

of sufficient importance to single out. 

CHAPTER IV 

"* 1 2 

William Cecil ot.-* [William, Phillip ] 

4-1 l.TLLIAM CECIL, Jr. b. ca 1755 Md. and d. I8O8 Frederick Co. Md. 



Rachel [Ball?] b. ca I76O Md. and d. 1339 Davidson Co. N.C. 



- J 

- 4 
~ 5 

- 6 

- 7 



John Baxl 
Thomas 

iiceSOii V . 

William 

Benjamin 

Phillip 



- \^'j 



Ca X I o ( 



b, 
b, 
b, 



ca 1790 
ca 1790 
1792 



Daniel Jarret b. 1794 



a . 
d, 



d, 
d. 
d. 



xwOx 



prior 
1861 
1344 



Mo, 



L0i4 



m, 
m, 

m, 



IJancy liams 

Margaret Ilayivorth 

Ossee Kennedy 
Rachel Cecil 
Sarah Cecil 



In the 1790 Frederick Co., Md. census we find Wm. Cecil Sr. and Wm. Cecil Jr. 
William Cecil Jr. had 6 sons under I6. His presence in the iSOO census had 
gone undiscovered because the phonetic spelling of SIZOL had been so poorly 
written as to appear as LIZOE. In this census, Wm. Cecil Jr. is 45 s,nd over 
and his wife 26 to 45- Tlicre are 2 males lu/2u, 3 inales 10/ I6, and three 
males to 10. One female is in the I6/26 bracket. One can not accomodate the 
seven identified children of Wm. Cecil Jr. in this census, but one must keep 
in mind the inaccuracies of the old census records, and that also mortality 
rates v;ere high among children. 



13 



The deeds and will proving the place of '..'ILLI.'wI CECIL Jr. in the fa.7iily are 
found on page 13 & 14 this book. His widow Uachel Cecil sold this land in 
Oct. ISIO and no further records are found of her or her family in Maryland. 
On Dec. 10, l8lO the deed found on page 14 this book, shows Rachel purchasing 
402 acres of land from Charles Collett in Rowan Co. 11. C. 

[Note: The part of kowan Co. where the Cecils settled became Davidson [ 
[Co. in 1822 ^ 

Davidson Co. N.C. I.'ills 1823 - I846 page 337 November term 1339 

The will of Rachel Cecil: "preaiible — I, Rachel Cecil of Davidson Co. 
and Gtate of N.C. being weake in bod^- but of sound mind and understanding 
cauling to mind the mortality of my body and known the certainty of death, 
and aware this my last Vvill and testament, bequeath as follows: 
1st commi my soul etc. 

2nd leave and bequeath to my grand daughter Rachel Cecil, daughter of John 
B. Cecil, my saddle and all my wearing apparel — 

3rd I give and bequeath to rrty son V.'illiam Cecil all my lands and personal 
property I possess at my decease, the rest of my children I have provided 
for in my life time. I do appoint my son V.'illiam Cecil executor of this 
my last will and testament. Signed and ack. in the presence of us this 20 
day of Jan. I829. her 

V;it: Thos. 'A. liams £c John B. Cecil lUCHEL [R] CECIL 

mark 



- xnc 
liams is the brother-in-law of witness John B. Cecil, 



Note: The will was written I825 but not probated until Nov. 1839 



witness Thomas 'A, 

Rachels son. John B. Cecils wife was Nancy liams, half-sister to Thomas 

M. liams, both being children of Richard liams who d. l300 Fred. Co. Ad. 

In the foregoing deeds [page 17 this book] and the will above, three of 
the children of UILLIAI.I CECIL Jr. and his wife Rachel are established. Plats 
made from the N.C. deeds by Mrs. Regan of Nashington, D.C., by Yancey Cecil 
of High Point, N.C. and by this compiler are all in agreement and show that 
PHILLIP CECIL named in the will of his brother i.'illiaii, had also had approx. 
57 acres of Rachel Cecils land. It tuz-ns up as part of 96 acres deeded by 
Phillips rightful heirs to their youngest brother the Rev. John B. Cecil 
[not to be confused with his uncle John B.] for their mothers "bountiful 
care and expenses occurmg at her decease." 

Rachel Cecil, wife of V'illiam Cecil Jr., was from circumstantial evidence 
most certainly a BALL. John, I'illiam, Jarrett and Daniel Ball were all in 
the commmiity to which she came fi'om Md. Her eldest sori was liamed Jolin Ball 
Cecil and his eldest son was nained L'illiam Ball Cecil. Rachel had a son 
V^illiam and a son Daniel Jarrett. Her sister-in-law Mary Cecil had married 
V;illiam Ball, and John Ball stood bond for John Ball Cecils marriage to 
Nancy liams. I leave it to someone else to pro^e this supposition. 

179c through 1330 presents: 

1320 Rowan C.N.C. 



Census for yrs. 

1790 Fred Co.Md. 

V.'m. Cecill Jr. 

over 16 
wife over I6 
6 males und. I6 



1 300 Fred Co. Md. 

VJm.Sizol A-'j ■'« over 
fern. 25 - 45 

2 iiiales i.o-<co 
1 fern. 16-26 

3 males IO-I6 
3 males und. 10 



Racliel over 43 

1 male 26-45 

2 males 13-26 

1 male und. 10 



1830 N.C. 

Rachel 60-70 
1 male 40-50 



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At this point in compiling the proof for this fa-dly, we present the will of 
VJILLIiil'I CECIL. It is in conjiinction with his mothers will leaving him her 
estate, the deeds in which she deeds to "sons' John B. and Benjamin, and the 
iDrothers named in 'n'illiams will that we establish without doubt the identity 
of seven sons of the family of Wm. Cecil Jr. If the son IJm. married we have 
found no record, and no wife or child survives him. The young male in the 
1320 census may have been his. 

Davidson Co. N.C. Nills 1332 to I846 pa^e 47I : WILLLU CECILS' will, dated 

July 11, 134:;: 

"V/ills and directs that nephew Henry Cecil, son of DAI.'IEL J. CECIL, deceased, 

have the home lot of land containing 77 acres. 

"V.'ills and directs that Alvira Cecil, dau. of DAIJIEL J. CECIL, deceased, 

have the bed and bedstead that belonged to my mother, and one half of the bed 

furniture that is about the house. 

"Will and direct that nry brother JOIIIJ B. CECIL have one sixth. 

"Kill and direct that my brother TII0MA3 have one sixth. 

"Hill and direct that my brother FIIILLIF have oiie sixth. 

"Uill and direct that my brother ItEE3CIJ V. have one sixth 

"Vifill and direct that one sixth be equally divided between all the children 

of Daniel J. Cecil, deceased, Henry only excepted. 

IfVJill and direct one sixth to be equally divided between the three oldest 

children of my brother BElJJ/u'IIIJ CECIL, deceased, namely Melky VJard, Elizabeth 

lames, and Reuben Cecil 

Lastly I do ordaiix aiid appoint Samuel Craven lay sole exec, to this my 

last v/ill and testament. I will and direct that my wearing apparel be 

equally divided between all my living brothers. In testimony whereof I have 

hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year first above written." 

Signed in presence of: Joseph Morris HILLIA'-I CECIL [seal] 

Thus we have pi'esented, and with adequate proof the children of Viilliam Cecil 
Jr. vjho died in l-Id., but whose wife and widow came to IJ.C. in l3lO. I.'e have 
of necessity liad to arrange tlie children in some order and have done so based 
on the known dates of a few, age by census evaluation, and by probable age 
of an individual on his marriage date. There could be some error and there 
fore we leave it subject to change upon discovery of new material. 



3 - 13 'u'illiam "r. [Km!, Fhillip^] 
4-2 MAKY CECIL b. ca 17S7 ;W. d. IS19 II. C. 
m. u'illiam Ball d. lolo IJ.C. 

Was in liowan Co. N.C. by I8OO census. William Balls' will is in 
Rowan Co. IJ.C. Will book G. page 433. Witnessed by T.Il. liams and 
Allen Cecil. 'Wife Mary and son William were made Execs. By will and 
census, the children are: 

James, Noah, William, John, and 3 unnamed daughters. Since these 
children of the ^th generation are not knov\fn by age and are not being 
carried forward in this book, we leave them unnumbered. 

3-13 William 3r, [Wm] .Phillip^ ] 

4 — _) TllCi'uiS b. ca I'JGO rid. d. W.C. 

m . 

To Rowciii Co. H.C. by land deed [land grant j by 11—30—1311. Appears 
oil tax list for Rowan Co. N.C. I0O9 aiid in I0O4 he witnessed a deed. 
Census, found as follows: 

I79Q Pre.-d. Co. Md. I3l0 Rowan Co. N.C. 1820 Rowan Co. N.C 
Thomas over I6 Thomas over 45 Thomas over 45 

20 



census cont: iSlO 1320 

1790 

female wife over t^'j no wife- listod 

3 male und I6 3 males lC/26 male 26/43 
female 2 fei;,. I6/2: 2 fem. 26/45 
1 male IO/16 1 male I8/26 
1 fem. 10/16 
1 fem. und. 10 

No effort has been made to identify the family members. 

3-13 l.'illiam Sr. [V.'illiam, Vhillip'^] 

4-4 ELIZABETH B. b. ca I76O 

m. James Toole and moved to Ohio by I8IO. 3ome records 
conerning Elizabeth are found in Mr. Balls book, The Cecil Family of 
Maryland and Allied Ball Lines, on page 48-49 that book. No effort 
has been made by this compiler to add more to those records. 

3-13 Wmlliam Sr. [Valliam, Vhillip^] 

4 - S- /JiCIIIBALL b. ca I762 d. 1320 Md. 

m.[l] Pricilla b. prior 1733 ^nd d. ISOO/4 
m.[2j Garah Uobinson in IS04. Living in l333 



-J - Kj oamuel b. 178S d. 1364 m. tv;ice 

5-9 Friscilla b. d. m. Henry Fitzgerald. NPT 

5-10 Bessie b. d. m. 1332 Samuel Csurr 

5 - 11 Ann Selah [Cclia] b. I795 living IS54 Uiim. ITFT 

5-12 Mary living 1324 HFT 

5-13 Vlilliam b. I8O6 d. 1364 m. 1825 Lydia A. Feaster 

5-14 Benjamin b. l309 d. m.1836 Charlotte Phelps. 

See Mr. V.'.V. Ball's book The Cecil Family of Maryland with Allied Ball 
Lines for inore complete data on this family. Pages 57-66 inc. that bk. 

1 2 

3-13 V/illiam Sr. [V.'illiam, Phillip ] 

4-6 GEORGE b. 1774/5 [l)y census narrowing] d. 
m. 12-16-1797 Md. to Elizabeth Linton 
5-15 Rachel b. ca l300/2 Unm. NFT 
5-16 Mary b. ca 1304/3 Unm. NFT 

Montgomery Co. Md. June 14, lS05: V.'illiam Cecil of Mont. Co. for 50 
cents sells to GEORGE CECIL of Randolph Co. N.C. a tract of land called 
WHAT YOU WILL and part of RE3URVEY OF PLUT-EffiRS DELIGHT on Bigg Bennetts 
Creek and adjoining the land of V.'illiam Cecil, Jr. 

Indenture made 12-25-1307 between GEORGE CECIL of Rowan Co. N.C. and 
WM. CECIL, Jr. of Frederick Co. Md. for 300.00 paid by VJilliam for the 
above tract of land conveyed to George by the father V.'m. Sr. for 50 cents. 

Thus v;e know by these two de^ds alone that George Cecil was in Randolph 

Co. i:.C. by 1305 and in Rowan by IS07. The l300 census places him in 

Randolph Co. Census, as folloivs: 

1300 Randolph Go. IJ.C. lS2C Rovvan Co. N.C. l3;0 & l360 Dav. Co. N.C. 

Geo. Cecil 26/45 Geo. 26/45 

wife 16/26 wife 26/45 Elizabeth 73 

daughter -and. 10 dau. IO/16 Rachel 45 Rachel 58 

dau. to 10 Mary 42 Mary 56 

son to 10 

21 



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5 


- 13 


5 


- 19 


5 


- 20 


Rowan Co . 


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There 13 3. va.Pis,ncG o± o.s-'tcs in ohc census cigGS givGnj DUt; uxioy s-Pe 'wiohin 
an acceptable margin. There are several N.C. land deeds for dau. Rachel and 
she apparently was a good business woman. There are no records found to date 
for the son in 1820 census. VJe have presented these few records to serve as 
a point of departure for aiij' one working further on this family. 

3-13 V.'illiam 3r. [William] Phillip^] 

4-7 PHILLIP b. 1765/6 Md. d. l309 N.C. 
m. Julia 

oamuex b. 1i9h- d. i.jli\ ^\» j tunes. 

Rachel b. I796 d. 1372 m. 1st cousin Phillip Cecil, son IJm Jr. 

Elizabeth d. prior 1345 ^- Ephraim Brattain 

daughter unidentified as of nov/. 

D3 Bk. 21 p. 399: 23 3ept. 1799 ; Thos. Tharp Jr. sells to 

PHILLIP CECIL for 50 lbs current money, 100 acres on the waters of Rich 
Pork of .ibbotts Creek. Entered IS04 and granted l805- liill '..'hite, 3ec'y. 
and signed by Phillip Cecil and J. Turner. 

Rowan Public Lib, at 3ali5bui''y, II. C. McCubbiu Collection, Ocriviner Fij.e 

iLCiXCrO 00 UiV. ^-^-J }J ' Hly Ox IlOWO-II bO. PCI^^PUO ; -iU\/. J, ±^\Jy 

— As Thomas Cecil qualified as administrator of the deceased Phillip Cecil, 
and his v;ife Julia should have done this, so Thomas must come in Saturday and 
prove why he should not relinguish it. On IIov. 11, l309 he relinguishes . 

On Nov. 14 1 I3l2 there appears the petition of Julia, widow of Phillip Cecil 
for her dov;er . 

The N.C. census shows: 

1800 Rowaii Co. 1810 Rowan Co. 

Phillip Cecil 26/45 

female 26/45 Julia Cecil over 45 

male under 10 1 male I6/26 

female under 10 3 females 

The marriage record for Phillip and Julia Cecils son Samuel fhis 2nd m.] 
states that he is the son of Phillip and Julia Cecil 

luwctii 00. .ij . w . ^c^O. l)r^ . J jj^c;^.- u^ o-Hvi. ^j ilixxiXp L/cCli ctlia ItdClit^ OeCli 

his wife, legatee of Phillip Cecil deceased, for "50.00 sell to Samuel Cecil 
all right, title and claim which we have in tract of which Phillip Cecil d. 
possessed of, and adjoining the land of Jacob Brummell and others. 
^^°^- - 1831 P,^,,,,p ^^. ,^^^, 

Rachel L^J Cecil 
their marks 
At the Nov. term iSjl, Jacob Brummel and Joseph Spurgin, Esquires, were 
appointed to take the private examination of Rachel Cecil, wife of Phillip 
Cecil. Rachel Cecil — feme covert — signed freely and without fear or com- 
-pulsion of her husband, the said Phillip Cecil. Signed J. Brun-.mell & J. Spurgin. 

Proven in open court Aug. session 1333 tiy Thos. Sav^yer and registered Oct. 3 

In an identical deed Ephram Brattan and Elizabeth sell their share to Samuel. 

The term "feme covert" in the first deed [not in Bratton deed] meaiis literally 
"woman covered" and is interpreted by most I have talked to to indicate that 
Rachel was Phillips daughter, Rachel Cecil. Further records concerning her 
husband Phillip Cecil prove beyond any doubt that he v;as the son of V.'m. Cecil, 
Jr. Those proofs later in this book. Thus deeds and census prove 3 of Phillips 
children. 

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3-13 Uilliam Zr. [Km! .rhillip'^] 

4-3 BENJAMIN CECIL b. ca ,n. 1793 Ann Fisher NPT 

4-9 GU3ANNAII CECIL C. CA m. '..'iliiam Kirk NFT 

4-10 HOIIN CECIL b. ca 1775/30 m. 1793 Mary Linton 

V.'e have no proven records of children of John and Mary but 

the following deeds, census and marriage records are included herein 
to serve as a starting point for anyone working on the development of 
this line. 

I ndenture I9 July 1305 Mont. Co. Md . Vfilliam Cecil Sr. sells to John 
Cecil, for 50 cents, part of a tract called CHANCE, cont . 803,- acres 
with all buildings, etc. [Note: we have no record of Johns disposal 
of this land.] 

Uilliam Ball, bro-in-law to John had named John Cecil aiid Benjamin Cecil 
as his attys. to sell his land in Maryland. Both John and Benjamin 
were in Mont. Co. in Dec. I8O7, but a John Cecil Sr. appears in Rowan 
Co. N.C. census in 1820 and only Benjamins name is on the deed of I8I6 

conveying the land of William Ball. 

Book 23 p. 40 Kowan Co. N.C . shows a sale of laiad by Hugh McKaughaii to 
John Cecil and it is dated oept . 11, I3l2. In March 1325 we find him 
selling this land as "John Cecil, Or. to John Cecil, Jr.". V,'e can only 
surmise that l3l2 is about the date John Cecil, youngest son of '..'m. 
Cecil Sr., came into N.C. to join his brothers, sisters, and other 
relatives . 



Census shows: 












1820 Rovjan Co. H.C. 




1330 Davidson 


Co. N.C. 




John Cecil over 45 
wife 26/45 
male I6/1S 
male IO/16 
male under 10 




Mary Cecil 

male 
male 




50/60 

20/30 
15/20 




3 females under 10 




female 
2 females 




15/20 
10/15 




There is a 


Davidson Co. N, 




. r,i. record 


for 


John Cecil 


to 


Nancy Payne 


Oi 


:l 11-9-1829 





The 1830 census shows: 

John Cecil 30/4O 
wife 15/20 

There seems little doubt that the son listed I6/18 in the 1820 census 

is John Cecil in the 1330 census. Though logical, this supposition needs 

proof. 

Ek. 5 Davidson Co. p. 127 Feb. 11, l334 Gersham Tussy, Coroner, to 
Gam'l Cecil Jr. By virtue of Veneditions Exponas issued by the Co. Ct . 
against property and heirs at law of John Cecil deceased, for sum of 
033.67 recovered by V.'m. Kennedy Esq. as the Exec, of J.V.'. Lindsay, dec'd. 
Gerhham Tussy by order of the court exposed to Public sale 100 acres of 

land on the Waters of Rich Fork Public sale 11 Nov. 1333 and Samuel 

Cecil was high bidder at C26.00, therefore Tussy executes deed to Sam'l 
Cecil, Jr. Presence of: W. Kennedy 

Gamuel Cecil G. Tussy, coroner. 

I suggest that Samuel Jr. in the above deed is a son of John and Mary. 
He had a cousin Samuel b. 179^ who would have been 3 to 14 years older 
than he and the Jr. title would serve to designate the younger Samuel. 

23 



CHAPTER ■ V 



4 — 1 '•ij-li 3SU CcCilj Jr. 

[Km.'' Phillip? V.'m. 3r.^l 

5-1 JOHN BALL CECIL b. 10-29-1 7S5 Frederick Co. Md. d. 1-21-1S61 Johnson 
Co . Mo . 

m. 12-13-1S12 to Nancy lianis b. 3-10-1792 Frederick Co. Md. d. 2-11-1857 
in Johnson Co . .'-lo . 



6 


-1 
— J. 


V.'illiam Ball Cecil 


b. 


Iux3 ij • C • 


d . Iu91 Mo . 


m. 


Isabell Russell 


6 


- 2 


Thomas 


b. 


1815 N.C. 


d. 1332 Mo. 


m. 


Nancy Rice 


6 


-> 

- J 


George u . 


b 


ca IS17 N. 


0. d.ca J-Uq-j) I'l 


.C. 


rn. Jane Stone 





- 4 


Rachel 
-bertson. 


b. 


ca 1820 d 


. prior 1330 




m. Larkin Al- 


6 


- 5 


Daniel J. 


b. 




a . xy<j<j .lO . 




m. Charity Rice 


6 


r 

— u 


Andrew J. 


b. 


ca Lo^j 


d . 


in 


Cynthia 3tout 


6 


- 7 


Elizabeth 


b. 




.1 nOoO 7T ^ 


m 


Spencer Pope 


6 


- 3 


Phoebe 


b. 


1327 " 


d. 1355 N.C. 


r;i 


J .VI. Hilton 


6 


- 9 


John 


b. 


1829 " 


d. 1905 Id. 


m 


3 times 


6 


-10 


Richard liams 


b. 


1331 


d. 1906 Mo. 


m 


Charity Roberts 



John Ball Cecil caiiie to Rowan Co. N.C. fi'om Frederick Co. Md. with his 
mother, the widowed Rachel Cecil, in I8IO. He left soiiie colourful legends be- 
hind him aiid stories are still recalled about the early Cecils in N.C. Among 
two who came early "were Fhilly and Jacky. Now Philly was a hard worker, but 
Jackie was the 'champeen' fighter and wrestler thereabout. There was no one 
could beat him." [Quote from Mr. Thos. Keiniedy whose step grandmother was John 
B.s — or Jackies — daughter] To bear out the stories we go to court records 



and find that on 3 Oc1 






rohn 



Cecil — for affray — 



fined .'.oO.OO. For 30 dollars in l839j i't must have been quite a fight. John 
B. Cecil was about 70 years of age when he xvent to Misso'uri and there we 
hear the stories "Old John was about 70 when he come out here aiid there was 
no one in the territory could throw him. He was a great wrestler" [quote from 
Amos Helterbrand vrho m. into the family. It is said the Cecils were known 
for two things — preaching and fighting. John Ball Cecil ims the fighter. 



Rowan Co. N.C. 






63 






I3l2 Jacob Brummell sells to John Cecil 



for .";400.00, 100 acres on the waters of Rich Fox'k and together with all 
appurtenances pertaining, [description] 
Presence of John l.'ayraan 

Thomas M. liajns Jacob Brummell [seall 

Proven open court by Thomas M. liams Feb. session l3l7 

Rovjan Co. N.C. Bk 23 pg. 23l Oct. 22, 1317 Jeremiah Hayworth sells to 
John Ball Cecil, 79 acres of land on Rich Fork for.'X3l6.00, which had belonged 
to Jeremiahs father Mica.jah Hayworth. Proved May l3l9. 



Rowan Co. ^T.C. Ek. 23 , p . 



-Li. OVJpl* i^\JJ^L. 



for 100 lbs curren 

McKaughan bought of Sherwood Kenady 
Ttt. 



Hugh McKaughan sold to John Cecil 
rk being a piece of 



money of N.C. — on Ricii Fork being a piece of land that 



75 acres more or less. 



Note: This land most certainly was sold to John Ball Cecils uncle John Cecil.] 

] 

] 



In 1825 we find John 
follows: 
Davidson Co. N.C. Bk 5 P' 



r. selling this same land to John Cecil Jrl as 
9 Mar. IG25 John Cecil 3r. to John Cecil Jr. 



for 050.00 — on Richlork — cont . 75 acres more or less. 

A plat of this deed shows this piece of land joining 2 other identified 
pieces of John Ball Cecils' property. 

24 



TW» 




area m Johnson Co. '.Missouri, around the small settlement o 

; the early IS5OS the six Cecil brothers settled after mi^rrat 

. !Jorth Carolina. Tjarce: Plat book of Original Land Entri 

hnson County Courthouse, Warrensburg, Missouri. Copied by G 



f Cornelia, v/here 
ing from r>avidson 
es, pa^es 2,3,3,9, 
. D. Koch. 




o 

u 

^ s 

to •-4 

B . 



73 • 

u O 

n) . 

■^ 2 
o 

QJ Pi 
00 





Davidson Co. Ck. 3 P. 33 'l 3ept ■ 13 VI Alex 1;. Caldecaush to John 3. Cecil 

—for :300.0c — on waters of Rich I'ork and adjoining lands of John Payne 

and the- said John B. Cecil, cmd on the Public Road fror.i Lcxin^on to Guil- 

-ford Court House. 

Presence of T.H.McRorie and H.R. Dusenberry 

Ack. in open ct . Feb. session 1333 and registered Ma,y 1333 



Rowan Co. Iv'.C. Bk. 






•1 Oi 1 



Rachel Cecil to hor son 



John Cecill - for : 100. 00 - part of land she purchased of Charles Collett 
on waters of Rich Pork [description] containing 37 acres more or less. 
In pres. of Urn. Twoiney & Elijah Elliott Rachel [c] Cecil [seal] 

Proven open ct . Aug. 1822. [Note: Davidson Co. hak^^uaFlieen formed 
from Rowan, 1822] 

War of 1812 oervice Record ; John B. Cecil enlisted in the Compariy of 
John Frost in the 7th Reg. of I.'.C. l-Iilitia on Aug. 20, l8l2. Voluoteered 
at Geo. Ellers for six months and continued in actual service in said war 
for 6 months. Honorably discharged at Salisbury, N.C. 3 Aug. I3l4. Ser- 
-vice record is file BLW t #23 320 National Archives, Uashington, B.C. 

Boujity land file ;r'23699 for 30 acres issued to Jno Cecil, Pvt . in Capt. 
Frosts 7th Reg. N.C. Militia. On 24 Aug. I854 John Cecil sold this warr- 
-ant to his son Richard and he in turn sold it to Cecil D. Ball, Clinton 
land office, l-Iissouri. 

Bounty land was applied for a second time and granted at Clinton Mo. 
land office in 1354. 

Box 19, Probate Vault, Johnson Co. Mo. Estate Settlements: John B. Cecil 
who d. intestate. Estate adm. by sons John C. Cecil aiid Richard I. Cecil. 
Papers name all the children, where they live, if deceased the heirs named. 
The amount of the estate was 03,849*09 with '693. 74 in assets outstanding. 
The inventory of his personal effects makes interesting reading as does 
the sale of these items, most of ivhicu v/ere bought by family members. 



4 - J VJilliam Cecil Jr. 
[1,'m., Philipt Wm. 5r.^ ] 



2 THOMAS 
m. [1] 

[2] 



CECIL b. ca 1783 [census narrowing] 

Sarah Gordon 

7-22-1839 Edj^- Elbersou 
Since all we have on this man are some primary source materials, and no 
effort has been made to identify or follow this family, the material is 
presented here to aid anyone working on this line. 

has 



i^Ct^X J. 



s in Rowan Co . at 



the same time and it 

T'n 



There were three Thoinas 

been exceedingly difficult to detirmine which one was the son of V.'m. Cecil 
Jr. and vjife Rachel. A Thomas K. Cecil and a Thomas B. Cecil are approx. 
the same age, but deeds finally proved that Thomas K. was also Thomas Jr. 
the son of Thomas Sr. who was V.'m. Cecil Jr.s brother. 



Census Davidson Co. n.C. 



1840 



Thos. Cecil 30/40 
female 3C/40 
.male IO/15 
female IO/13 
female 3/IO 



Thos, 
f eia . 



30/60 
40/30 



fem. 20/30 
fem. 10/13 
male under 5 



ig§0 1360 
Thomas 62 Thomas 71 
Sarah 36 Edy 40 
H. Elverman 



Bur re 11 9 



10 



25 



There is a marriage record for Thomas B.Cecil to Edith Elberson prior to i860. 

To add to the miscellaneous material we have gathered about Thomas B. Cecil 
we have: Prom LEXIIIGTOM &. YADKIII FLAG o'uly 11, 1356, Lexington, 11. C, ,"tate 
01 It t ^ • Court Ox Fxcas and quarter Cession i-lajr uerm j.<jjo 

"Frederick Grubb <x wf . Catherine, THOMAS CECIL oc wf. SAriAII, V.'m. Gordon 
Solomon Shuler, Daniel Shuler, James Shulor, Nicholas Shuler, Elander Shuler, 
Catherine Gordon, James Gordon, John Gordon, 'Tm. Gordon Sr. Levi Gordon, D.D. 
Gorgon, Elander Gordon, Lydia Gordon, Aquilla CECIL, Adam Black Ic wf. May, 
Joseph Veach a wf. Ruth, and Folly Fouts. 

— versus — 
David Ilcpler, Adm. of liachel Smith, deceased. It being alleged Nancy Tice 
and Polly Ball are dead, not having been heard from for more than seven years 
— etc — [Petition to settle the estate. [ 

Davidson Co. land deeds show: 

1320 Thos. Cecill bought land, 70i acres from James Gordon 

1333 Thomas Cecil bought 31^' acres from James Gordon Sr. 

1338 Thomas B. Cecil bought 3^ acres from Ball heirs 

1840 Thomas Cecil oc wf. Sallie sold this saiue land to Daniel Shuler. 

1339 Thomas B. Cecil Sr. sold the land bought in 1320 to Andrew Sink. 

1839 Thos. B. Cecil sells 2 tracts of land to Andrew Sink. One tract the 

same land bought in 1833 from Jas. Gordon Sr. 

1840 Thus. B. Ct'cil tiellto 145 aui'es to John Gox'don 

1841 Thos. B. Cecil sells 98 acres to Rachel Cecil. 



T 



4 - 1 'iJilliaju Cticil Jr. 

in -) 

[Vi'm.j Phillip'J" V/illiam Sr.] 



5-3 REE30N V. CECIL b. d. 

m. IO-I-I8I8 to Margarei; Hayworth in Ro^iian Co. N.C. 

Very little is known of this man. Again, we present the few notes we have 
for the convenience of someone wishing to develope this family line. 

Involved in bastardy suit — "State vs. Reason Cecil May 20, 1319> for bast- 
-ardy, in ivhich the defendant gave bond of 500 lbs to Gillium Regan and V.'m. 
Twomey to idemnify the county for the cliild begotten on the bod;>' of Rachel 
Cecil, and the fine paid to Daniel Cross, treas. of the poor." [Rachel, 
his cousin, the dau. of Phillip & Julia Cecil, later became his sister-in 
-lavf when she married Reasons brother Phillip in 1821 "| 

Rowan Co. N.C. deed Bk. 25. p. 216 Apr. 8, I3l9 Richard Day [no wf. signs] 
lets Resin Cecill [both of Row;in Co.] have 90 acres on Rich Pork of Abbotts 
Creek next to James Kennedy and \l. Thomas, for 0360.00. Proved May I819. 

Bk. 26, p. 45^ Rowan Co. May 2j, l321 High Sheriff Beard on execution againsi 
Rezin Cecil for C54.34 — confirms to llm. Cecill as the highest bidder at 
that sum — 63 acres on Rich Fork of Abbotts creek, next Benj . Cecil and 
Wm. Thomas, John Kenned^' and John Welch. Ack. May 1821 

Reason [iiezin, Reeson] was named "brother" in Nilliain Cecils will, found on 
page 20 this book. 

4-1 l.'illiam Cecil Jr. 
[v.'m., Phillip, William Sr.] 

5-4 I'lLLIA!'! CECIL b. ca 179^ according to census evaluation, in Fred. 
Co. Mdryland, and d. between 7-11-1845 [will] and 11-17-1845 [estate] 
on v;hich date his exec, gave notice for sale of Vim. Cecils land etc. Vim.s 
mother [Rachel] had named him sole beneficiary in her will [exception of 
clothing to grand daughter]. It appears Vim. never married and if he did 

26 



his wife preceded him in death and he was childless. His will named 
hie six brothers, or the decccndants of those deceased. The will is 
found in V.'ill Bk. 1S23-46, Davidson Co. 11. C. patje 471 and is dated 7-11- 
1845. In Ek. 33 p. 57, we find that on 11-17-1345, Sam'l Craven [r- -- 
exec, of estate] gives public notice for sale of l.'illiam Cecils' 1 . . 
for 0175-50 to the highest bidder, Jason Mendenhall of liandolph, Co. 

4-1 WiiLiam Cecil Jr. 
[Wm!,Phillipt William Gr^] 

5-5 BEIIJAI-Iirj CECIL b. ca I79O d. prior to I834 deed. 

m. 2-9-I817 Rowan Co. IJ.C. to Ossee Kennedy, dau. of John. 
6-11 Elizabeth b. I8I8 d. prior 1880 census, m. G.V;. lames 
6-12 Me Iky Ward NIT? 
6 - 13 Reuben NFT 

Rowan Co. IJ.C. Deed Bk. 27, Oct. I3, l8l3 Rachel Cecil deeds to "son" 
Benjamin Cecil for OIOO.OO, part of land she had purchased of Charles 
Collett — on waters of Rich Fork — cont . 57 acres. 

Davidson Co. :i.C. 3k. 1 p. 396 I5 June 1325 Eonjarr.in Cecil and wife 
Ossee Cecill, to Llartha Canneday [Kennedy] for .J/40.00 — on Rich Pork of 
Abbotts Creek, descendee to Ossee Cecil in consequence of her being heir 
at law to the estate of John Kennedy, deceased, 14 acres, this being her 
distributive share of her fathers land. 

Fi'ebciiGc; of lii'xllxaiii Cecxl, Jr. Eeiijaiiiixi lXj Cecill Lsealj 

Thomas Twidwell Osee [x] Cecill [seal] 

their marks 
Davidson Co. N.C. deed book 35 p. 203 Aup;. 6, 1834 [a deed concerning 
Kennedy inheritance] "Ossee Kenned,y Cecil appeared alone and her brother 
VJilliam Kennedy signed, as to Ossee Cecil". 

Davidson Co. N.C. Will Bk. IS32 - 1846 p. 471 The will of '.vm. Cecil 
[page 20 this book] wills "one sixth to be equally divided between the 
three eldest children of brother Benjamin, deceased, namely Melky l.'ard, 
Elizabeth lames, and Reuben Cecil." 

The census shows: 

1320 Rowan Co I 83O Davidson Co. I84O Davidson I85O Davidson 

Benj. Cecil I8/26 Bc-jij. Cecil 30/4O 3am' 1 3tout 52 

wife 16/26 wife 20/3O Ose Cecil 3O/4O Osea 49 

son 5/IC female 15/20 
daji, 5/10 female IO/15 Joanna 12 
son under 5 feiualt: IO/15 Zachariah 21 

female 5/IO Lewis 15 
female 5/1O liACHEL CECIL 17 
2 fem. under 5 
1 male under 5 

VJilliam Cecils will named Benjanr.ins 3 eldest children, among them Eliz- 
-abeth lames. Eliz. was m. to Geo. V.'ashington liams and in the l350 census 
we find the family with his mother living in the home. His father Thosas 
M. liams no longer living. In the JOIIUGON AND FETTI3 CO., MC. BIOGRAPHICAL 
UI3T0RY we find "Geo. V.'ashington liams - m. to Miss Eliz. Cecil who was dau. 
of BENJAI.'IIT & OGSEE CECIL, both of whom lived all of their lives in K.C." 
Since V.-illiams will names the 3 eldest children, we are concerned only with 
those three. Ke get the distinct impression that the many children appear- 
ing with Ossee in the I84O census aro extras whose paternity is in gurestion. 

27 



6 - 


14 


Phillip 


b. 


1 Oi r 

xoxu 


'Si 


-ya of 


6 - 


15 


Elizabeth 


b. 


1319 


"A' 


a u « . 


r 
u — 


15 


Da-l'ilox Jj • 


b. 


1322 






6 - 


17 


Martha 


b. 


132; 


d. 


1375 


6 - 


18 


Oliver G. 


b. 




d. 


1392 


6 - 


19 


kj 3,n"iU. G X XL • 


b. 


1 OoQ 


d. 


1394 


6 - 


20 


Cynthia 


b. 


1332 


d. 


1919 


6 - 




«j ess I. • 


b. 


T Q -1 -\ 


d. 


1399 


6 - 


- 22 


Charles L. 


b. 


1837 


d. 


1374 


6 - 


23 


John D. 


b. 


1340 


d. 


1901 



4-1 Killiam Cecil Jr. 

[ Vim.,' Phillip^ V/illiam Sr':'] 

5-6 PHILLIP CECIL b. 7-7-1792 Fred. Co. .Md. d. 5-3-1361 Davidson Co. II. C. 
m. 10-7-1821 RACHEL CECIL, dau. of Phillip [#4 - 7] and b. 7-31-1796 
Fred. Co. Md. and d. 10-21-1872 Davidson Co. N.C. Both bur. Pleasant 
Grove Cem. near High Point, N.C. 

[son of Rachel, and father uriknown] 

achel, father Reeson V. Cocil] 
m. Eliz. Jane Embler 
m. Lewis JaKe IJewuon 
m. Christina Elliott 
m.[l]Esther Elliott 
m.[2] Ilancy Kennedy 

m. Kennedy 

m.[l] Lydia ;.Ioffett 
m.[2] Isabelle Thames 
m. Prudence Kennedy 
m. Sarah Burton 

Both Phillip and his wife Rachel are buried in the Pleasant Grove M.E. Church 
Cem. near High Point, N.C. The Phillips aiid Rachels are most confusing in 
this. V.'e hope the following will help sort them out. 

PHILLIP $ , , , r,.p,-^T 1 ^ - ---■,- rrTT-T" .--^,- -- EILLIA-M JR. & 

„ T ^ ■ naa aau. ii_n.Unijb wiio rn. j.ou couoxu t iiLuulu , ooji uj. ,,_ _ . ., _ 
wf. Juxia wi . iLiCiiLL 

To further confuse, Rachel had a sen PHILLIP by a former alliance and who 
went by the name Cecil. Rachel also had a dau. Elizabeth b. I3l9, and a bast- 
-ardy suit reveals her male parent as Reeson Cecil, bro. to Phillip who her 
mother married. VJe '.include those two children in this family record since 
there is no other place for them. 

Mr. Thos. Kennedy [1374-1969] i'l recounting the stories of the Cecils he had 
heard his father tell, said "Philly was a hard worker, and work until late 
at night clearmng his land. His wife would wait and listen until she heard 
the ring of the ax again, fearful lest he had been hurt by a falling tree." 
Mr. Kennedy ivent on to name all the children of this family and his recall 
was accurate'... l.'e had already' proven the members of this family. 

Davidson Co. N.C. PS 34 P- 473 — a. deed in which Phillip and Rachels child- 
ren deed 96 acres to thtsir yoongest bi-othe John B. Cecil, for tlieir mothers 
"bountiful care". The children signing the deed are designated as "lawful" 
heirs of Phillip, decease and therefore Pliillip I8I6 and Elii-abeth I819 &rc 
not on it. A platted map of that 96 aci'-es shows that approx. 57 acres of the 
total superimposes on one corner of the widow Rachel Cecils origiiial 4*30 plus 
acres purchased lolO from Gollctt. Other plats show that sojis Benj. and John Si 
have like amounts on other corners of the original property. The "lawful" 
heirs signing were Charles L. Cecil; J.W. Cecil; Sam A. Cecil; Thos. Kennedy & 
wf. Cynthia; Lewis J. Newton a wf. Martha; Oliver G. Cecil; and Daniel L. Cecil. 
The deed was made to John B. Cecil [not to be confused with his uncle John B.] 

Family tradition says that Rachels son Phillip was hers by a former Cecil m. 
but to date wo record of such m. has been found. Family recall alsosays that 
"Eliz. was half sister to Sar. Alex, and the others". There are two birthdates 
found for this Eliz. One in Quaker recerds and the other her tombstone. The 
tombstone date is the accurate one. She had no doubt "borrowed" her half bro 
Daniels birth date for the Quaker books. 

28 



North Carolina census shows: 

i^ 1340 

Phillip 30/40 Fhillip 40/30 



Wi fe- 
male 
fern, 
male 
fom. 



30/40 

10/13 

10/15 

5/10 

5/10 



feraalo 
male 



40/ 






1330 

Phillip 
liachel 



57 
54 



1860 

Phillip 67 
iiachel 64 



male under 5 



X cm 
- = 1 



male 
male 
male 

male und. 
male under 
female und 



20/30 
15/20 
10/1^ 
10/15 
5/10 
5/10 
J 
5 
5 



1870 

liauhci l^ ii 
in Home of 
her son John B. 
who 18 aged 31. 



John B. 21 



Cinthia I9 
Aloxandcr20 
Jc;sst '..'. 16 
Charles 15 
John B. 12 
Amanda I4 
[grand dtr] 

Rachels son Phillip is, IS30, is in his own household. Daniel L. and 
Oliver G. are apart in IS50 census, and Jesse V.'. and Samuel Alexander 
are listed separately in i860. ^.larthas hus. Lewis Newton is listed as 
widower in l360, aged 35. 

Phillip had distributed his estae to his children, and thus we find 
no estate settlement recoras. 

4-1 l.'illiam Cecil Jr. 
[Wm.j Phillip? William Srf] 

5-7 DANIEL JAPUiETT CECIL b. I795 Fred. Co. Md. d. II-I9-I844 N.C. 

m. 4-22-1322 to GAPiAII CECIL b. 1798 and d. 8-22-1S33. [tombstones] 
IIt;nry Cecil b. ca 1823 d. prior to Jaii. 1392 
V.'ilsou L. Cecil b. 1824 
b. 1825 



O — ^if 

u - ^5 
6-26 



o - 



6 - 



23 

29 
30 
31 
32 



Riley Cecil 

Elvira Cecil b. I83O 

oolomoii Cecil b. 1330 



u. 
d. 
d. 



1901 m. Lucy liams 
1881/4 111. uachel otoiie 
1907 m. Martin Kennedy 
1897 ^-[l] Edith Kennedy 

m.[2j Sarah Luisa Day 



Kaciiel Cecil b. ca 1333 

Charles Cecil b. ca 1835 

Asenith Cecil b. ca 

William Harrison Cecil b. 1338 d. 1836 m. Christina Glascoe. 



There is no doubt that Daniel Jarrett Cecils iTiarriagc to 3arah Cecil was 
one of first cousins but Garahs parents have not been detirmined with 
proof. Both Fhillip and Thomas of the 4'th generation were in N.C. and 
had daus . whose ages would coincide with Sarahs age. The tombstone to 
Sarahs memory stands in Spring Hill Cesn. close to High Point N.C. and 
the tiiiy stone for Daniel Jarrett Cecil was discovered in a tiny and com- 
-pletly overgrown private burial plot on the farm of Mr. Loggins near 
High Point. There are some 10 to 15 graves there, but marked only by 
field stone. Until the discovery of this stone .aai'"ked D. Jarrett Cecil 
we were faced with the paradox of two na;nes on records but with dates 
and other evidence to fit one man. In his brothers v/ill and his own 
he is Daniel J. while on m. rec. and the census he is Jarrett. He is 
recalled as "Jarrett" in family records. 



Davidson Co. 



1323-1346 p. 460 Feb. term 1345 



"I, Daniel J. Cecil, being of sound mind and perfect memory do on 
this 23 day of Sept. 1341, make this mj-- last will and testairicnt. I 
will and bequeath all of my property to my beloved wife Sarah Cecil, to 
have, use, and dispose of the same, in an^' way she may think proper. I 
appoint my wife Sarah Cecil my exec, and authorise her to dispose - etc. 

29 



Signed and sealed in presence of V.'m. Kennedj^ and l.'illiam Cecil. 

DMIEL [ X ] CECIL 
his mark 

At first thought, one might imagine that Daniel had no children, but kept in 
mind the fact that his father V.'illiam Cecil, Jr. had made an almost identical 
will in Maryland, and seven sons were proven for him. V/e found that Daniel 
Jarrett Cecil was known as Jarrett in the family, and used the name Daniel 
only occasionally. His brother l-'illiam named Daniel J. in his will as deceased 
and specifically named two of Daniels children, Henry and Elvira, to inherit 
"the old home place" and "bed and furnishings". The census and family records 
establishes the family of Daniel Jarrett Cecil. 

1 870 

64 Sarah Cecil 73 

35 Henry 49 [deaf mute] 



Davidsor 


L Co. 


N.C. cen 


.sus 






1840 






1 Q r ^ 




i860 


Jarrett 


Ceci 


1 40/50 








female 




40/50 


3arah Cecil 


30 


Sarah Ceci 


male 




15/20 


Henery 


27 


Henry 


male 




10/15 


u'ilson L 


25 




male 




10/15 








male 




10/15 








female 




10/15 


Elvira 


21 




male 




3/10 


ooloiiion 


20 




male 




5/10 


Charles 


15 




female 




5/10 


Rachel 


17 


Rachel 


female 


under 5 


Asenixh 


12 










William K. 


8 


VJilliam H. 



25 
19 

In 1880 Sarah and the deaf mute Henry are living with a family by the name 
of Povjler. The i860 census shows Martin Canaday and wife Elvira 35- Solomon 
with his family is 30 and M.L. Cecil and family is age 36. 

The little tombstone found for Daniel Jarrett Cecil in the tiny private cem 
on Mr. Loggins farm, had been so protected from weathering that name and dates 
were perfect. The headstone bore the name D. Jarrett Cecil and a footstone 
the initials D.J.C 

4-7 Phillip Cecil 
[l\'m.,' Phillip, h'illiam Sr"?] 

5 — 17 SAj'IUEL CECIL b. 4—1'-'— 1794 Fred. Co. Md. d. lo74 IT.C. 

m. [1] 3-13-1817 Henrietta Ijams b. 7-26-1796 Md. d. 5-11-1346 N.C. 

The dau. of Thomas M. & Nancy [Carvel] liams [Ijams] 
m. [2] 5-2O-I85O Elmina Lucretia IJorlow daughter of John and Sara 
m. [3] 6-2-1868 Calista Modlin 

6-33 Richard I jams Cecil b. I8l3 d. 1389 '"• Suvilla Evans 

6-34 Ellenor b. IS19 m. Jonathan Rothrock 

6-35 Isaac A. b. 1825 tl» if'. Nancy Cross &. Nancy Modlin 

6-36 Charles VJesley b. 1327 d. I9II m. Elizabeth Holloway 

6-37 Julia R. b. 1833 [twin to Nancy] 

6-33 Nancy J. b. 1833 d. 19OI m.John V.'elborn Hilton 

6-39 Thomas S. b. 1335 d. 

6-40 Susan E.T. b. 1333 m. J. R. Cross 

6-41 Lucy b. 1851 

6-42 Jesse b. I856 

6-43 Mary Jane b. ca i860 ? [named in Eliz. Leflers will] 

Samuels first wife Henrietta was the dau. of Thomas M. liams v.'ho in turn vjas 

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the son of liichard liams who d. 1800 Md. and his first wife Elennore 
[probably Musgrave] . Note that Gamuel and Henriettas' eldest children are 
named for Henriettas grandparents liams. Both of these children show up 
in the 1820 census. Henrietta d. in I846, and thus Lucy, Jesse ai\d :.:?i:,v 
Jane are children of Samuels second wife Elmina Worlow. Samuel m. 13!,0 
to Elmina Lucretia Viorlow, dau. of John and Sara 'Jorlow. In that marriage 
license the parents of both parties are given and Saniuels are named as Phil- 
-lip and Julia Ceci. At the time of Gajnuels third mai'riage to Calista Mod- 
-lin, he was 74 and she was 35. The 18^0 and 1370 census establish Elmina 
and Calista as wives at those dates. Calistas application for pension for 
Ga;nuel3 service in the Vlar of 1S12 presented innacurate material. The dis- 
-covery of Henriettas tombstone, Samuels 2nd m. rec. and a re-examination of 
of the census presented a clear picture of Samuels family. A complete copy 
of Samuels will, and the discovery of the will of one Elizabeth Lefler, 
identified all of Samuels children. 

Will Bk. 3 p. 140, Davidson Co. N.C. Mar. 23, I867 

Samuel Cecil devises to daughter Susan; dau. Julia; dau. Nancy; son 
Isaac; son R.I. Cecil; dau. Ellen Rothrock. His will does not mention Chas. 

Wesley; Thomas S; Lucy; Jesse or Mary Jane. 

Will Bk. 3 p. 182, Davidson Co. N.C . 

Elizabeth Leflers wills "In the aame of God [etc] — made this 3rd day 
of Sept. 1870 -- give and bequeatli to T-TY BELOVED ADOPTED DAUGHTER, lURY 
JANE CECIL, DAUGHTER OF SA^^IUEL AND ELMINA CECIL, all my real and personal 
property, 9 acres more or less in Davidson Co. adjoining Sarah Nelson et al 
All cattle, hogs, sheep, furniture, et al . 

Signed Elizabeth Lefler 

Note: Until the discovery of this will we had no hint of the existence of 
Mary Jane Cecil. 

The census for Rowan Co. l320 and Davidson through I87O shows: 

1320 1830 1840 1850 1370 

Samuel I8/26 3P/40 40/^0 Samuel 56 Samuel 76 

wife 18/26 30/40 30/40 Elmina 24 Calista 37 

male und. 10 10/ 1!> 20/30 Lucy 20 

fern. und. 10 IO/15 £0/30 Jesse 14 

male 5/IO 20/30 

male to 5 IO/15 

male 10/1^ 

male to xO 

fern. 3/10 Julia R. 17 

fern. 5/10 Nancy 17 

male to 5 Thos. 3. 14 

fem. to 5 Susan E.T. 12 

We do not have the i860 census. Richard liams Cecil appears in his own 
household in I84O, and in l360 Charles Wesley had established his home. 
His brother Thomas was living with him, but m I87O Thomas has his own 
household. 

4-7 Phillip Cecil 

[Wm.] Phillip, Wm.f] 

5-19 ELIZABETH CECIL b. d. prior to 1845 
m. Ephraim Brattain 

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Elizabeth Cecil Brattain Cent. 

o — HH nuoCxUiii i^rau octin d. iu<L.i+ 

m. Elizabeth Worlow 
6-45 Samuel Bratian b. 1323 
6-46 Hiram Bratain b. 1332 
6-47 Julianna Bratai:; b. 1333 

Census for Davidson Co., N.C. shows: 



d. 

d 

d. 



prior to l37C 

Esther 

Rebecca 



m. 
m. 
m. 



NFT' 



Henry Bisher 



1830 



1830 



Ephraim Bratton 

female 

male 

female 

4 males under 


20/30 
30/40 
20/30 
20/30 
5 


Eph. Bratai: 
Rachel 
Hiram B. 
Juliana 
Alice 


11 50 blacksmith 
32 
18 

^ r 

7 


2 females under 


5 


Elizabeth 


7 






Catherine 


6 






Charles A. 


4 






Albert H. 


3 






David B. 


11/12 



Judging by the ages in the 13^0 census it is quite clear that Kiram 3. and 
Juliana are Elizabeths children. Rachel, 32, is Eph. Brattains Second wife 
Rachel Lanier. Also found in the IS5O census are Absolum Bratain 26, and 
family living next door to Ephraim. There is a Samuel Bratain, 'age 22, a 
blacksmith, and Robert Bratain, 43, shoemaker. It is thought by this family 
historian that Robert and wife Leah are the male and female found as age 20/3O 
with Ephraim m the I83O census. The six children under five in that I83O 
household certainly indicates two young families living together. 



Rowan Co. IJ.C. Deed 



P . 33 "Ephraim Brattan and Elizabeth his wife. 



legatee of Phillip Cecil deceased, for S50.00 sell to Samuel Cecil all right 

title, and claim which we have in tract of which Phillip Cecil died possessed 

of, and adjoining the land of Jacob Brummell and others. 

Nov. 9, 1831 ^ . . ^ ^^ 

Epnraim Bratton 

Elizabeth Cecil, his wife. 

[Note: Kay Curlee [Mrs. V:illie :.!. Curlee] of 4722 Doris Ave., Charlotte, ::.C. 
28205, is descended from Ephraim Bratton and his second wife Rachel Lanier. 
From her considerable research on the Brattons we are able to present a little 
more information on Elizabeth Cecil than we would have been able to otherwise. 
Our grateful thanks to Kay, who is also a Cecil descendant down another line. 
She is # 10 - 153 this book. VJe have presented in the above the various 
spellings of the name Bratton as we have found them. 

4-7 Phillip 

|_t*iii., liilxxxp, ttm. J 

3-20 An unidentified daughter of Phillip and Julia Cecil. She appears as 
one of three young females in the household of Julia Cecil, widow, 
in the I8IO census of Rowan Co. N.C. 



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6 - 1 



CIL\PTEU VI 

y - 1 John Ball Cecil 

[Um.] Phillipf Wm.Sr^.lVm.Jr'?] 

NILLIA:.! ball CECIL b. 10-22-1813 II. C. d. 12-23-1S91 Mo. 
m. 6-15-1339 to Isabelle HussgU t. 5-6-1S21 Guilford Co. N.C. 
and d. 7-23-1338 Johnson Co. Mo. The dau. of Alexander liussell 
and Eleanor [Johnston] Russell of Guilford Co. N.C. 



7 


- 


1 


7 


- 


o 

(— 


I 


- 


3 


f 


- 


1 
H 


7 


- 


r 
J 


1 


- 




\ 


_ 


1 


•~i 




o 



1340 d. 1393 



1341 d. 1922 
b. 1343 u. IS9S 



Josephine b 

John Wesley b 

Louisa 

Mary E. b. 1343 d. I919 

Alexander R. b. 1343 d. I929 

Richard b. IS^O d. 1337 

Elizabeth b. 1351 d. IS6I 

b. 1354 d. 

b. 1356 d. 1927 

b. 1853 d. 1861 

b. 1861 d. 1943 unmarried 

b. 1864 d. 1890 unmarried 



Jarnes Taylor 
Virginia Poe 
ii'iii. Ilclson ToQ 
Pressley Poe 
Garali Gillett 



( — o Nancy M. 

7-9 Julia J. 

7-10 James C. 

7-11 Henry Clay 

7-12 David Craig 



iTi, 

m, 
in. 
m. 
in. 
Knmarried 

m. Taggart & Stockton 

rn. Francis "Billy" Taiggart 



William Ball Cecil, his wife Isabella, and five children under 10, pio- 
-neercd to Johnson Co. Missouri about I850/5I. The I85O census finds 
the family still within the bounds of N.C, but in Buncome Co. and headed 



west; , 



Davidson Co. N.C. Deed Bk. g p. 359 6 Au,-?. 1344 

William B. Cecil sells to Arthur F. Hares for C200.00, on waters 
of Rich Fork, land containing 50 acres more or less. Proven in open 
court Nov. 1844. I.'itnessed by Haley Brown and Elisha D. Harris. 



Registered Dec. 17, I844. 



Signed Wm. B. Cecil 



The above is the only land deed we found for William 3. Cecil. Perhaps 
his purchase of this land was among the small amount of Davidson Co. 
records destroyed in its first year of being a county. 

Isabelle Russell Cecil was the daughter of Alexander Russell and wife 
Eleanor Johnston. Isabelle was b. in Guilford Co. N.C. but when small 
moved with her parents to Maury Co. Tenn. and her father died there, 
in 1826. In N.C. Archives, Raliegh, N.C. we found the guardianship 
papers concerning the Russell children. The Tenn. guardian was David 
Craig [note Isabelle liained her youngest son David Craig] aiid when the 
family returned to N.C, Daniel Roberts was the guardian. Widow Eleanor 
Russell married Daniel Roberts and tiv'o daughters of this marriage married 
brothers of William B. Cecil, thus becoming Isabelles sisters-in-law as 
well as her half sisters. 

In 1854 William B. Cecil secured homestead land from the Goverment at 
25 cents an acre, taking 30 acres in Z. 35» T. 45i Johnson Co. Mo. 
Earlier land plats of the area in the Johnson Co. Mo. court house, show 
Wm. B. Cecil settled there by 1351. For a time in the mid 13705, Wm. 
and Isabelle moved to Dade Co. Mo. and family letters place them there 
in 1377 and 1878. They returned to their farm in JohSHon Co. late 1878. 
During the Civil War the six Cecil brothers who had pioneered to the 
locality together found their loyalties divided. Three were for the north 
and three were for the south. William B. Cecil was for the north. 



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5-1 John Ball Cecil 

[ Wml, Phillip? Wm.,Sr.f VJm.Jrl] 

6-2 THOr.IAG CECIL b. 6-17-1S15 Rowan Co. N.C. d. 7-27-1882 Johnson Co. Mo 
m. 4-22-1841 Davidson Co. N.C. to Nancy Reece [Rice on m. rec] 

12-22-1902 Johnson Co 
m. 



who 


was 


b. 3-24- 




1 - 


1 -\ 


Mary b. 




7 - 


14 


Allen L. 


. b. 


7 - 


15 


John A. 


b. 


7 - 


16 


Phebe J. 


, b. , 


7 - 


17 


Genath 


b. : 



d. 1919 

|— X— xu4o Cl. 

1849 d 

4-13-1854 d. 

Nov. 1862 d. 



lO. 

Zachariah 3tout 
3-13-1362 age I6 NFT 

m. Mary Elizabeth Hilton 
7-29-1878 NFT 

Aug. 1865 [tombstone data] NFT 



Thomas Cecil and wife Nancy [Reece or Rice] came to Missouri with V.'xlliam B 
Cecil and with others of their North Carolina community. They too took 
Government land in the Cornelia area south of V.'arrensburg, and at the time 
of the Civil V/ar their sympathies were with the north. Thomas Cecil and 
his wife are buried in the Cecil cemetery at Cornelia. 



J - 



Jolm Ball Cecil 



['.-."m., PhillipV Wm.$r., Urn. Jr. ] 



6 - 3 



GEORGE \l. CECIL b. ca I817 d. 
m. 1-12-1841 Davidson Co. N.C. 



7-18 

7-19 
7-20 

7-21 



Nelson 

Loretta 

Mary 



b. 1842 N.C. 

b. 1845 N.C. 

b. 1847 N.C. 

b. 1849 N.C. 



ca 1349 North Carolina 

to Jane Ctone 

d. m. 10-29-1863 3usan Bratton NPT 

d. NFT 

d NFT 

d. NFT 



George V.'. Cecil. Until we 
Missouri, Box I9 Probate Vault 



Very little is known by us about the family o 

fouiid his fathers estate papers in Johnson Co 

we had not known of his existence. He probably died l349j foi" l^is widow is 

on the 1850 census with a child one year old. John Ball Cecils estate papers 

gave the children of George W. Cecil by name, and the following N.C. census 

for Davidson Co. will verify the family, in conjunction with his m. rec. 



1350 



i860 



Jane Cecil 


29 


Jane Cecil 


40 


farmer 


Luretta 


4 


Alfred 


18 


farmer 


Mary J. 


1 


Luretta 
;iary 


13 
11 




Alfred Cecil 


-3. 


.- 






is in the hou 


sehold 


Nelson Ceci 


1 15 




of his grandp 


arent s , 


is found as 


ser- 


fant 


Jolm B. & Nan 


cy Cecil 


in household of 


Peter T 


Nelson Cecil 


5 








is in the household 








of Peter Tice 











5-1 John Ball Cecil 
[VJm! jPhilip^VJm.or"?, l.m.Jr 



6 - 4 



PlACHEL CECIL b. ca 182 
m. Larkin Albertson of N 
7-22 Daniel Albertson b. 
7-23 Viilliam B. Albertson b 
7-24 Ella E. Albertson b. 



d. prior to 1380 census and after 



1878 



ca 



;. b. 

d. m.l369 Matilda Green NPT 
1350 d. 1940 m. Clara Reid 

d. ca 1942 m. Conner NFT 



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Rachel Cecil Albsrtson has eluded us. Ilcr fathers estate papers place her 
in Henry Co. Ind. ca lS62, but this 1360 census does not show her there. 
There arc numerous lS6l to 186^ news clippings from the I.'ewcastlc Ind. 
newspaper showing Larkin Albertson running for minor political offices. 
Larkin served in the C.U. frorr. Ind. and dates on his paers show his birth 
to be ca 1321. He has a military stone in the Cecil cem. at Cornelia Mo. 
and old family letters dated 1377 and 1375 place Rachel and Larkin in 
Warrensburg, Mo at that time. They note that "pLachel is in very poor 
health, probably with consuniption". It is said she went to Colo, for 
her health and died th<;re but we have no proof. The 13S0 census for 
'.Varrensburg Mo. shows Larkin Albertson 69 and wife M.L. cige 39. A des- 
cendant has informed us Rachel had eight children, but only the three 
grew to adulthood. I'James for the others are not known. Rachel Cecil 
Albertson was named in her grandmother Rachel Cecils will to inherit 
"my saddel and all my wareing apparel". 

5-1 John Ball Cecil 

1 1 /i 

['..'m. , Phillip, l.'m. or. , V.'m.Jr.J 
6-5 D.i:iIEL J. CECIL b. ll-2o-lS23 Davidson Co. N.C. d. 4-17-1906 

Johnson Co., Mo. Buried in the Cecil cemetery at Cornelia, Mo. 
m. 5-10-1849 Charity [Rice] Sink [widow] b. 8-20-1325 H.C. 
4-9-1910 Mo. Buried in Cecil cem. Married in N.C. 

'r.'illiam Henry b. b. 1349 "'-C d. I905 m. Betty Coats 
Phebe Jane b. IO5I Mo. d. 193^ m. Jesse Marr 
"Inf. Dau. of L.J. & C. Cecil 1853" tombstone 
Nancy M. b. 1354 J-. 193^ m. Valentine Ewing 
Columbus Asbury b. 1355 d.- 1929 '"• Maria Smaltz 
Louisa A. b. 135<^ d. 1913 m. 3maltz 
Melina b. IO-2-I858 d. 4-12-1330 unm. [tombstone] 
Rebecca b. I859 d. 7-20-1365 [tombstone] NI'T 
Mary [twin to Rebecca[ d. ca 1365 
Many of Daniels descendants remained in the general ai^ea of Missouri 
where Daniel and Charity settled in I852. \\q have found that Daniel/and 
Charity were "among the fo-oiiders of the Cornelia M.E. Church" and that Dan- 
-iel gave the land for the church building. He also gave the land for the 
Cecil cemetery and the deed is in the cai^e of one of his descendants. In 
1969, the ground on which the now defunct church stood, was sold and pro- 
ceeds from the sale were put in the cemetery fund for maintainance aiid caa^e 
of the family graveyai^d. Thanks to Daniel, this private place is not a for- 
-lorn and neglected spot, but one of quiet peace and well kept, '.-.'e believe 
that Daniels sympathies were with the south during the C.'.;. Family records 
were burned, and it has been difficult to gather definite dates for some 
members of this family. For many of the records we have we are grateful to 
Haidee Eecil Evans and her daughter in law, Clara Evans. 

|- T T.I,. T>,TT '^.-,-.t'' 

J — 1. ^^ Uiia DCLXX wcClx 

[I.m! ,PhilliptV;m.Sr.,VJm.Jrt] 

6-6 ANDRE'.; JACKSON CECIL b. ca 1825 N.C. d. Mo. 

m.[l] 2-2-IS42 N.C. to Cynthia Stout b. ^2-14-1324 N.C. d. 7-12-1885 

Mo. The daughter of Samuel oc Elizabeth [Jonesj Stout 

m.[2] data not found 

7 - 34 Daniel V.'ebster b. l343 N.C. d. I9OO Mo. m. Mazy Foe 

7-35 Elizabeth b. 1845 N.C. d. 1879 ^lo. m. Bodenhamer & Taggart 

7-36 Kiziah b. 4-30-1846 d. 9-I6-I865M0. NFT 

7-37 Nancy Hanks b. l849 N.C. d. 1921 Mo. m. J.C. Loveall 

35 



and 


d. 


7 - 


25 


7 - 


/* 


7 - 


27 


7 - 


23 


n 
1 - 


29 


7 - 


30 


7 - 


31 


7 - 


~1 


7 - 


33 



7 ~ 39 Lctitia. b. lu^^ d uiirfiari'xca 3ur K.C. "To- IJPT 

7-40 Phoebe Id. 13^7 d. unmarried Eur. ICG. "to. IJTT 

I — 4-1- wixxxam KxxSOn D. xuOO U. x<:.— i:. I — xji JU Hi. £.— iiu— xwvj^ XO jjXXiu— 

: -abe-th Donaldson. Had a dau. Aldd and a son Kenneth. 

VJilliam V.'ilson Cecil was adopted into the family of Aiidrew Cecil. 
The story is related by family members, that Andrew and Cynthia 
had lost an infant at about this time and Andrew, in his capa- 
-city as minister, comforted a young mother. He brought the 
little boy-child home to take the place of the infant the Cecils 
had lost. This adopted son took the name of Cecil, and his 
■- middle name may indicate his birthright naitie 

Concerning Letitia and Fhebc: It is recalled by those who knew them that they 
were alvjays together. They had an exclusive hat shop in '.iarrensburg, then 
sold out and moved to ICC. where they opened another. Letitia was a large 
woman with medium brown hair, and Phoebe was very slim and had black, very 
curly hair. Andrew Jackson Cecil was a minister and considered a good one. 

J - 1 John Ball Cecil 

[rJml.PhilliptNm.Sr^.Vim.Jr.'^l 

6-7 ELIZ;J3ETK CECIL b. 6-4-132^ !I.C. d. 3-14-1373 li.C. 

m. 10-17-1830 Spencer Pope b. 11-2-1313 :i.C. d. 10-21-1910 :CC. 
( -~ 4*^ 1 iiGDG Jo-nc FopG u. (-—{—^^jji- u« rn • oS^Triicj. j.i,Oi/nrocK iJrT 
7-43 John B. Pope b. I833 ICC. d. I93O Ind. m. Octavia Craven 
7-44 Irene Hancy Pope b. 1333 <!• 193^ m. Shubeal Craven 
7-43 vjilliam Pope b. d. m. Garah C. Thompson 

7-46 Richard D. Pope b. IS39 d. I93I "1. Ellen Rosa Cecil 
7-47 Charlcrs L. Pope b. 4-7-1361 :CC. d. 10-14-1396 ICC. 

7-48 Elizabeth Pope b. 1363 d. unmarried ITIiT? 
7-49 Sarah Lutishie Pope b. I865 d. m. John Lesley Burton 

7-50 Ulysses Grant Pope b. 1357 d. ca 1925 I'T- Lena Moore 

Until Dec, I965 we had only Elizabeths age of 23 on the 1330 Davidson Co. 
ICC. census, and still at home with her parents, '..'hen John Ball Cecils est- 
tate papers were found we learned Elizabeths married name and that she had 
five children at that time. V«e learned via a genealogical "grapevine" that 
a Raymond Peace in High Point ICC. was doing a genealogy on the Peace-Pope 
families. V.'e wrote, hoping to find some meagre information about our Eliz. 
His prompt answer, dated as above stated "John B. Cecil and Ilancy were my 
great great grandparents also. Thus you and I are third cousins. Their 
daughter Elizabeth married ray great grandfather Spencer Pope and one of their 
sons, Richard Douthard "Dow" Pope married Ellen Rosa Cecil, descended from 
another line of Cecils, and they were the parents of iriy mother." Full rec- 
-cords for Elizabeth Cecil Pope soon followed. Spencer Pope was the 6th 
child of Charles and Mary Spencer Pope. V.'e refer you to Raymond Peace' fine 
family history - THE DESCEMDAIJTS OF SILAS PEACE for other records of this 
family. 

5-1 Johii Ball Cecil 

['u'rn] (Phillip, I.'m.Sr . ,i.'m.Jr .] 
6-8 PKEBE CECIL b. 3-4-1327 d. 12-19-1335 
m. 8-17-1851 John Welbo-vn Hilton 
7-51 Mary Hilton HPT 

7-52 Martha Hilton KPT 

Records for Phebe are scanty and unproven. She appears l350 census with her 
parents age 23- She died prior to May 1857 when John VC Hilton m. Nancy Cecil 

36 



m, 
m. 



Records of proof arc the census, her marriage record, and her fathers 
estate papers naming Mary and Martha as hcirt; of Phebe Cecil Hilton, 
deceased. The unproven is the cemetery stone which seems to be here. 

5-1 John Uall Cecil 

r 1 2 "^ ' 

LV.'m., Phillip, Wm.$r.,W7i.Jr'^] 

6-9 JOHN C. CECIL b. 6-11-1929 :i.C. d. 12-24-1903 Couer d'Alene, Ida. 
m.[l] 3-29-IS5I N.C. to liachel Burton b. 7-4-1331 :;.C. d. 7-25-1352 
Mo. Buried in the Cecil ccrrictery. 

.[2] Sarah Ann 

.[3l 7-I3-I87I Delphina D. Gallirnore [nee Roberts] and widov/ of 
Vioods and Gallimore. 

7-53 Sarah Frances b. 12-31-1362 d. m. Edw Hacklcman 
7-54 Adaline Malissa b. 4-30-1372 d. S-5-1956 m. V.'m. Flynn 
7-55 Robert Lee b. 1-6-1875 d. 12-21-1960 at Vets IIosp. 

in Los Angelos, Cal. and buried in Vets. ce:n. there. !IFT 

John C. Cecil was one of the administrators of his fathers estate in 
Johnson Co. Mo. lie came to Johnson Co. in about 1353 aiid pui'chased 
Government land in the Cornelia area. Johns third wife, Delphina 
Roberts [l.'oods cc Gallimore] was the daughter of Daniel Roberts and 
his 2nd wife Eleanor Johnston Russell. Eleanor Jolinston Russell was 
tlie widow of Alexander Russell and the mother to Isabelle Rusbell Cecil, 
wife of John C. Cecils eldest brother Uilliajii Ball Cecil [#6 - l] these 
records. Belphinas sister Charity married John C. Cecils youiiger bro. 
Richard liams Cecil. Thus, the two younger oiiildrcn of John C. Cecil 
were double cousins to Richard I. Cecils children and a sort of half 
double cousins to l.'illiam and Isabelles children. Delphina, by her 
first marriage to u'oods, liad Benjamin and Hamilton. 

5 — 1 Jolin Ball Cecix 

[i;m., Phillipf Km.Sr.i" Wm.Jr.l 

6-10 RICIL\RD IIAMC CECIL b. 3-20-1831 N.C. d. 12-24-1906 Mo. 

m. 12-20-1559 Johnson Co. Mo. to Charity Roberts b. 11-30-1839 
in IJ.C. and d. 12-23-1915 Mo. Both bursed in the Cecil cem. 

Delphina Virginia "Delia" b. l36l Mo. d. 1936 Okla 
m. Milton '.lilliam Hattshorn 

George Russell b. 4-7-1363 Mo. d. 1-9-1936 Mo. Unm. IfFT 
Mary Elizabeth b. 1365 Mo. d. m. Timotli;>- Thomas 
Charles Addison b. 12-29-1367 d. 1-6-1363 
Emilia Luc b. 1-5-1369 d. 12-12-1935 m.3ettlemorc a '..'alters 
-..'alter John b. l370 d. 1925 m. Glenna Gilwire 
James Fred b. l373 d. I929 ''i- EUa Lloyd 
Cora Rachel b. 3-27-1375 d. 1-15-1377 

Ella Agnes b. 1877 d- 19j'7 ni. John Rusted Smith 
Richard Hillis b. 4-10-1331 d. 7-13-1960 Unm. IJFT 
He is buried in the Cecil cemetery. 

Richard liams Cecil was named for his inaternal grandfather, Richard liair.s 
of Maryland. Richard and his wife Charity Frances Roberts are buried in 
the Cecil cemetery at Cornelia, Mo. '..'hile searching for data on tliis man 
we found his obituary which proved to be one of the most informative of any 
I've seen. I quote in part " ~ born in Davidson Co. N.C. Mar. 20,l831| 
and was the youngest of six brothers, all of whom are dead, diving nearly 

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in order of their ages. The eldest, I'.'illiam B. b, l3l3 and d. I89I was tur- 
-ied Christmas Day. Another, John C, next to the jo'ongest, was buried oii 
Christmas Day of last year, making three that have been buried on that day. 
The dates of their births all fell on odd years, and the average age of the 
six was 76 years. — between 13^0 and l3^4 they emigrated from N.C. to Mo. 
and all taking up government land near Cornelia, two of them never changing 
their residence to the time of their death. They were of that class of rug- 
-ged brave men which so well suited them to meet and subdue the privation 
and hardships which are always to be fomid in the pioneer life. They were 
part of the "under-brush cutters" who played an important part of the local- 
-ity in which they lived. All were members of the M.E. Church — " 

Richard liarris Cecils wife Charity had to be identified apart from her 
sister-in-law Charity, wife of Daniel J. 3o , they were knowTi in the family 
as "aunt Charity Dick" and "aunt Charity Dan". It is recalled that "Dick" 
Cecil had "smiley eyes" and that he was big boned and tall, with blue eyes 
and wavy sandy hair. Richard liams Cecil has a second cousin of the same 
name — # 6 - 33 this book. 

5-5 Benjamin Cecil 
[V.'m!, Phillip^ V.'m.Sr^,Wm.Jr'J] 

6-11 ELIZABETH CECIL b. I3l8 IJ.C. d. ca I88O l\o . 

m. 4-26-I838 Davidson Co. 2J.C. to George r.'ashington liams b. ca I8I8 
in Davidson Co. N.C. and d. Mo. 

Rachel E. b. ca 1339 --C. IJFT 

oaij.^ D. ca j-ui+n jj.o. Ur 1: 

John C. b. ca 1vj43 N.C. iJ^FT 

Samuel S b. ca 1344 I<-C. IIFT 

Esther b. ca 1343 N.C. "FT 

Calvin b. ca 1849 N.C. WPT 

7-73 Preston [twin to Calvin] NPT 

7-74 Melvina b. I856 NPT 

George Washington liams was the so2i of Thomas 'A. &. Nancy [Carvel] liams of 
Maryland and North Carolina. He was known as "Uash" liams, and came to Mo. 
settling in Post Oak Township of Johnson Co. after I85O, for they are still 
in N.C. for the 1350 census. Tlie I88O census of Mo. shows Elizabeth miss= 
ing. Children still at home are Rachel, Sarah, Calvin and Preston, and Mel- 
-vina. Son Samuel is married to Mary and iias a son George T. aged 11. A 
Johnson Co. court house marriage record shows Henrietta liams m. to John F. 
Herd on 2-15-1866. Melvinas estate papers are dated 4-3-1939 • No further 
effort has been made to trace this family. 

5-6 Phillip Cecil 
5-18 Rachel Cecil 



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[Um., Phillip, l-m.or., 4 dual line 



6-14 PHILLIP CECIL b. I8I6 d. 6-I4-I898 [son of 5 - I8 Rachel Cecil] 
m. [1] 9-'^-l836 Davidson Co. N.C. to Ann Stone 
m. [2] 8-II-I848 Davidson Co. N.C. to Sally Regan 
m. [3] 11-3-1349 Davidson Co. N.C. to Necy Imbler [or Embler] 
m. [_4j 10— 23— 18u3 Guilford Co. N.C. to Olive Stone 
7-75 Alson Gray b. I84O d. 1917 :!"'• three times. 
7 — 7o Abner b. ca lu42 NFT 

7-77 Orda b. ca IS43 NFT 

[Orda could be step ch:..ld Hardy Embler] 

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7-73 Amanda b. ca 1344 NPT 

7-79 i-Iary Magdalene b. 1352 d. I894 m. James Moore 
7-80 Franklin Cicero b. 1360 d. 1948 m. twict. 

Phillip, # 6 - 14, is the son of # 5 - 13 Rachel Cecil. His father is 
linknown, but since his mother has the same grandfather as his step father, 
we put him with this family of which he i£ a member. From the dates of 
Fhillips marriages, dates of birth of his children, etc. we find that 
Alson, Abner and Amanda were children of his first marriage to Ann Stone. 
There arc no children of the brief second marriage in IS48, but two children 
are born of the 1349 marriage to Nocy Imbler [or Embler]. Nocy, who was 
listed as Nancy in the 1350 census was a widow with three children, Dugan, 
Louisa and Hardy Embler, when she married Phillip Cecil. 

J - 6 Phillip Cecil 

5 - 13 Rachel Cecil . 

[Wm.] Phillip? Wm.Gr.J t?'^^' 4 dual line] 

^ Phillip -' 

6-15 ELIZ;^ETH II. b. 3-3-1319 d. 2-20-1906 [tombstone] 

m. ca IS46 Ralph V.right b. 3-25-1314 d. 1-20-1900 [Quaker Rcc] 
7-31 John II [or M] V.right IJF? 

7-32 Martha m. III. li. Kennedy IJET 

7-83 James Franklin b. ca NP? 

7-34 Mary Ann b. 12-13-1857 d. 2-27-192;; [tombstone] JIFT 

Elizabeth is buried in Gpringfields Friends Church cem.. High Point, ".C. 
Quaker records give birth date of 7-9-1322 for her. A family record names 
her as "half sister to Rev. Samuel Alexander, Daniel, Oliver, and the rest" 
which would be accord with the I819 birth date and be refuted by the 1322 
date, l-.'o have only the year l322 as birth date for her half brother Daniel, 
[next younger than she] and we feel that she may have borrowed his birth 
date when she became a member of the Quaker Church. One remembers the 
bastardy suit concerning Reeson Cecil ajid Elizabeths mother Rachel in I8l9- 
Elizabeth married a Quaker, and on 7-3-1346 Quaker records show that Ralph 
'.-.'right was "condemned for marriage out of unity". This probably comes fair- 
-ly close to a wedding date for Elizabeth. Ralph was imown as "Rafe" and 
was a farmer. Elizabeth was a step daughter [and neice] to 5-6 Phillip 
above, but since her mother and her step father have the same grandfather 
we include Elizabe-l-h here with the rest of her family. 

5-6 Phillip Cecil 
5-13 Rachel Cecil . 

[^^ml,Fhillip?::m.3r^,^;;-^'J^;4 dual line] 

6-16 DANIEL CECIL b. 1322 [probably July 9] d. 

m. Elizabeth Jaiie Embler [l.T.bler] who "d. 6-15-19-9 at about 90" 

7-35 Iliram b. 1343 ^^ 

7-36 Elvira b. l349 ]"■' '' 

7-37 Fati<..ncc: b. 1351 ''^ 

7-38 Rachel b. 1352 ^]El 

7 - 3q Sallie b. 1355 ^'^ 

7-90 Cynthia b. 1857 J^ 

7 - qi Phebe b. 1860 NFT 
7-92 Noah b. 1-1-1372 d. 12-1-1915 [More later] 

There is no known date of death for Daniel at present. It is said he was 
blind in later years. Married Eli;;abeth Jane Embler, dau. of Hardy and 
Necy Embler. \ie have her date of death from an obit, and it is interest- 

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-ing to note that in the I85O census she was 22, in l360, 31, and in I87O she 
dropped 11 years and gave her age as 30. Therefore, at the time of her death 
she was close to 100 instead of "nearly 9O" as the obituary stated. 

5-6 Phillip Cecil 

5 - 13 Rachel Cecil . 

[Kml.Phillipt Wm.Sr^,!;[!^':,'J'-'''4 dual line] 

'- ' ' 'Phillip -■ 

6-17 r-IARTIIA CECIL "Fattie" b. 5-1-1825 d. 9-6-1375 
m. Lewis Jake Newton b. 5-2-1825 d. 11-29-1912 

NFT 

TTT-im 

a. j—y—i-^i:: [_ uorrius uoxicj j.ji'i 

d. 1927 NFT 

NPT 
?IPT 

Martha and her husband "Jake" Newton, signed the deed providing for her 
mothers' care. Martha and Lewis Jacob Newton are buried in Pleasant Grove 
M.E. cem. High Point, W.C. Cemetery records plus census enumerations have 
given us the above data for this family. 

5-6 Phillip Cecil 

5 - 13 Rachel Cecil , 

V«ra., Phillip, l.m.or .,_,.-,, ^ 4 duax ImoJ 
' ■^' 'Phillip -' 

6-18 OLIVER G. CECIL b, 3-6-1827 d. 4-30-1392 "age 65 y. 1 m. 24 d. 

m. 9-6-1848 Davidson Co. N.C. to Christina Elliot b. 5-13-1830 and 

who died I-IO-I896 

7-99 Viilliam Itysley b. 1849 u. 1924 n"'- ousannah Suinmey 

7 - 100 Samuel Alexander b. 1351 d. 1934 "'• twice. 

7 - 101 Peter Cecil b. 2-28-1354 [Bible record] ITFT 

7 - 102 Louisa J. b. 1355 cl. I894 m. Thomas Hunt 

7 - 103 Nancy C. b. I857 d. I89O m. L'.R. Hughes 

7 - 104 Selah E. [Celia Elizabeth] b. 3-6-1360 d. 1-30-1394 m. Lambeth 

7 - 105 Mary Caroline b. 1862 d. 1392 m. Sechrist 

7 - 106 Susan b. 1-6-1365 N.C. d. I-I3-I9O8 111. m. Greer NPT 

7 - 107 Charles Lee b. I867 d. I94O m. twice 

7 - 108 M. A. [dau.] b. 9-24-1370 d. 12-26-1371 [Bible rec] NPT 

7 - 109 Thomas H. b. 11-19-1373 d. 11-23-1876 [Bible rec] 

In Davidson Co. N.C. Division of Lands Book 2 page 230 we find: Division 
of lands of O.G. Cecil: 1, S.C. Lambetli; 2, V.'. '-J. Cecil; 3i Charles L.; 4t Sam- 
-uel A; 5, Montie Sechrist and Alice Sechrist, heirs of Mary Sechrist; 6, 
Carrie 'v'ilson, Alson, Ed. and Ollie Hughes, heirs of Nancy Hughes; 7> Susan 
Greer; 8, L.J. Himt , wf. of Thomas W. Hunt. 

On this the 13th day of May 1893- Commissioners Robert Nance, A.E. 
Clodfelter and J.W. Hedrick. Hitnessed by Nance and Clodfelter. 

5-6 Phillip Cecil 
5 — lu Rachel Cecil . 

rV;m! ,Phillip^V;m.Sr .!^''*":I '4 dual line] 

riilxilp 
6-19 SAI.IUEL ALEXriiraER CECIL b. 1823 d. IS94 

m. [1] 3-26-1852 to Esther Elvira Elliott b. 3-13-1834 d. 9-1-1862 

the dau. of Charles and Susannah Elliott 
m. [2] 3-24-1863 Nancy R. Kennedy b. 1839 d.. 3-I6-I916 
the daughter of Henry and Sabry [Hilton] Kennedy 

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7 - 110 Julia J. b. 18:;3 d. 1935 ^' Rev. Iraac York 

7 - 111 Charles Atlfis b. 133:3 d. 1921 t... Lou Toa^uo 
7 - 112 Yancey Pidol b. iSpS d. 1924 m. Amanda M. Kennedy 
7 - 113 Infant son "departed 12-24-1860" [Bible record] 
7-114 Mary Jane b. 10-16-1861 d. 10-1-1362 [Bible record] 

children of 2nd marriage: 

7 - 115 Alpheus Lcwcllan b. I864 d. 1917 m. Cloona Kennedy 

7 - 116 Lou Vina b. IS67 d. I93I urimarried 

7 - 117 Daridus [Barney Darious] b. 1369 d. 1933 m. Almeda Kennedy 

7 - 113 Dace Caroline b. I87I d. ca 190I m. Tom Boles 

7 - 119 John Addison b. 1873 d. I93O m. Mary Eliz. Regans 

Samuel Alexander Cecil was a Methodist minister. He seemed to use his two 
names interchangably and in combinations of initials and name. It has been 
a bit difficult to gather his records because of this habit. 

) - 6 Phillip Cecil 
5-13 Rachel Cecil , 

[Wm. , Phillip, VJm.Sr. *""!,,. "4 dual line] 

Phillip ■' 

6-20 CYimilA CECIL b. 5-6-1833 d. 12-7-1919 age 86 

m . Kenned^" 

It is said they had sons V.'illis and Reuben but we have ^IVi 
Cynthia appeared as age 19 on the I85O census with h<jr parents. On the deed 
disposing of land for her mothers care, her husbands name appears as Thomas 
Kennedy. Family recall says he was "Mike" and other records indicate his 
initials as V.'.G. V'e have not traced furtlier records. 



5-6 Phillip Cecil 

5 - 18 Rachel Ci^eil . 

CTr1^,-,T- 2,, _ 3 VJm .Jr.. , , ,. -1 
Wm., Phillip, VJm.Sr., _, .,^.4 dual line J 
Pnixlip 

6-21 JEGGE v:. CECIL b. 9-9-1S35 d. 3-5-1S99 

m. [1] 6-12-1861 Lydia Elisabeth Moffett b. 5-I5-I838 d. 4-9-1883 

m. [2] 10-9-1339 Isabelle Thames b. 12-12-1855 d. 3-I6-I906 

7 - 120 Infant son d. 2-6-1862 [Bible record] 

7 - 121 E. E. b. 2-15-1363 d. 6-24-I864 [Bible record] 

7 - 122 Mary Eugenia b. 2-15-1365 d. 11-16-1922 IIFT 

7 - 123 David Oliver b. 1366 d. I94I m. Dianna Lualta Myers 

7 - 124 Martha Geneva "Mattie" b. 11-3-1868 NPT 

7 - 125 Phillip Gch.ylGr b. 9-27-1370 m. Abbi€; May VJhite NFT 

7 - 125 Jettie b. 10-12-1374 d. 12-15-1377 NFT 

7 - 127 Robert Talmadgv; b. 1376 d. m. .lUgusta DuBose 

7 - 123 Levi Moffitt b. 1330 d.l947 m. Inez Fulcnwider 

Ch+ldren of second marriage 

7 - 129 Ruth Thames b. IS9I I"^ 

7 - 130 Carlette Fetzer b. 11-2-1392 d. 1-20-1900 

7 - 131 Isabel b. 8-18-1392 d. Aug. 1942 NPT 

The a350 census shows Jesse aged 13 and living v;ith his parents. In l360 
his age is 26, a teacher, and living alone. The IS70 census shows him with 
wife Elizabeth and children Mary, David 0. and Martha. The I8SO census _ 
shows khows him age 46, wife Eliz. and children Mary E., David 0., Mattie 
G. Phillip S. and Robert T. In the qualcer Genealogy- Enclopedia page u74 
we find that Lydia Elizabeth Moffett was condemned for marriage out of -Jiiity 
to CE3AL. The personal recall of Mr. Thos. Kennedy[l874-19o8] was that 
"Jesse was a preacher and a right good one too. He was a fine man and I 
always liked him." We have had family Bible records for Jesses' family. 

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3-6 Phillip Cecil 
3-13 Rachel Cecil . 

rWrn., Phillip, I-Ira.Sr. ,';'' * T . *4 duiii line] 
'- Phillip -' 

6 — 22 CILiJiLEo L. CECIL b. 7~19~i'^37 d.. 3— 12— lo74 

rn. 3-21-1333 Prudence Kennedy L. March 1333 d. 12-20-1913 

The daughter of Henry and Gabery Hilton Kennedy 

7 - 132 ohockl^y 5. b. 1339 d. 1920 ra. Mary Clementine Kirkpatrrick 

7 — 133 Daniel Le^ b. lOoO d. 193^ '■'• Luretta I'/ilson 

( — ij4 UCuctwia U . ;>— iiw— l^oj u.. 9— <^^— J-^(7 i»rj. 

7 - 135 Arville Cicero b. 1363 d. I926 ra. twice 

7 - 136 Piandall L. b. 1363 d. 1931 m. twice 

7 - 137 Elizabeth b. 4-29-1370 d. 6-26-1931 m. '.Jalter Burton ITPT 

7 - 138 Jacob Edward b. IS72 d. 1953 m. Margaret IJewby 

7 - 139 Jeanette Susan b. I872 [twin to Jacob] d. I964 ^- Thomas 

Kennedy [1374-1963] who was such a richisource of data, 

and family history. 

5-6 Phillip Cecil 

5 - 13 Rachel Cecil . 

[Um.; PhilliD? Wm.Srf !;!^""j!"' 4dual line] 
'- ' " ' Phillip -^ 

6-23 JOHN B. CECIL b. 8-7-I84O d. 3-3-1901 

m. 9-21-1362 3arah Burton b. 5-3-1324 d. 2-21-1909 

7 - 140 John i;esley Cecil b. 12-27-1363 d. 3-5-1337 unmarried. 

John B. Cecils wife Sarah was soiTie lo years his senior, v.e do not know what 
the initial 3. stands for in his name, but .Tiost surely he is named for his 
uncle John Ball Cecil. Johri B. Cecil was a Methodist minister and served the 
Pleasant Grove M.E. Church near High Point, 11. C. lie and his xamij.y are buried 
in the graveyard there and chui-'ch records show that "during the year 1930, 
the members of Pleasant Grove Chur-ch erected a monument to the memory of the 
Rev. John Cecil, his wife Mrs. Sarah Cecil and son J.'f. Cecil. Rev. John B 
Cecil and family gave to the church the church farm and the interest in Cecils 
Drug Store in High Point, N.C. — this income making property will alv;ays re- 
— main with Pltasanl Grove and canjiot L<; sold." 

It xs of cxti'ui'ne intti'i^si to Liiku a look at Iul; location of the farni 
deeded to Pleasant Grove by John B. Cecil. 

Davidson Co. N.C. Court House Deed bk. 34 P- 473 we fiiid the brothers aiid 
sisters of this Rev. John B. Cecil deeding to liim some 96 acres for the "Bount— 
— iful care and maintenance of their mother iiachel Ccoil, and to defiay any 
expenses that [may] occur at the time of her death". A plat made of description 
of said land shows that about 57 acres of the 9^ total superimposes on one 
corner of the land [5 - 6[ Phillips mother bought in 1310. '..'e have deeds 
in which she sold 57 acres apeico to her sons Benjamin and John Ball Cecil. 
A like deed for land sold to son Phillip has not buen fouiid but is thought 
by this compiler to perhaps have been lost in a small segment of early Davidson 
Co. records. 

9 — 7 Daniel Jarrett Cecil 

[Km. jPhillip^Wm.Sr. jV.'m.Jr.] 

6-24 HEimi CECIL b. ca 1323 d. prior to I-6-I892. Unmarried, and a deaf 

mute. There is little data other than census, the mention in his 
uncle Uilliam Cecils will to receive the "home place", and the notation on 
a census that he was deaf-mute. 

Rowan Co. June 1, 1375 Court records . Sarah Cecil, as agent for son Henry 
Cecil, petitioned the court for right to sell his land. 

Rowan Co. Ct . Jan. 6, I892 \i . L. Cecil appointed administrator for the est- 
ate of Henry Cecil, deceased. [W.L. is Vv'ilson L., Henrys brother] 

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5 -^7 DaniclpJarrott, Cecil 
[Wm., Phi Hip, l.'m.Sr.fWm.Jr.] 

6-25 i;iL30IJ L. CECIL b. 7-12-1324 d. 3-24-1901 

m. 3-26-l8;i Lucy lamts [liams] t. 1S35 N.C. d. 2-23-1915 IJ.C. 

The dau. of Richard and [Dean] lian-.s. 

7 - 141 Lora Ellen "d. 9-11-1357 a^c 2mo. 25 da." [tombstone] 

7 - 142 Richard Grant b. 10-7-1368 d. 2-6-1876 

7 - 143 Martha "d. 7-6-1876 age 12 da;y'B" [tombstone] 

VJilson L. Cecil served as treasurer of Davidson Co. 1363 to I87O. In 
1^.73 he was a county commissioner. Much cf his adult life ho was either 
Justice of the Peace or acting J. P. This man and his wife are remembered 
with groat affection by Acenith [Bodenhamer] Cecil who was raised in their 
home, and also by a great nephew '..'ade Wilson Cecil. 

^ - 7 Daniel Jarrett Cecil 

[l.m. ,Phillip,Wm.Sr-^,Km.Jr.] 

6-26 RILEY CECIL b. IO-I8-I825 d. 9-11-1331 [or 1834] 

m. IO-4-IS49 to Rachel Gtonc b. 10-24-1327 d. 7-29-1904 

7 - 144 Adaliza b. I85I d. 1922 m. twice 

7 - 145 Jehu Melvin "John" b. IS36 d. 1926 m. Serena Motsinger 

7 - 146 Charles Gerome b. l360 d. 1923 m. Mary Elizabeth Cecil 

7 - 147 Flora :am b. 1362 d. 1932 m. Joseph C. Haynes 



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1 2 3^ 
[V.'m. , Phillip, V;m.3r., Wm.Jr*^] 

6-27 ELVIR.-^ CECIL b. I83O d. I9O7 

m. Martin Kennedy [Canaday on census] b. I83I d. 1367 

Elvira is mentioned in ht;r uncle '-.'illiam Cecils' 
bed and furnishings and half of the other bi^d furnishings about the house. 
Vie do not have records for any children, but grouped in the family plot 
Pleasant Grove Cem. near High Point, JI.C, are the following nairies. V.'e 
include them hero for the conveiiit;nce of others working on this family. 

Mary J. Kennedy I868 - I89O 

Sarah J. Kennedy wf. of Vim. Gore, I86I - I888 
Walter Gore 1834 - 1913 

5-7 Dariiel Jarrett Cecil 

[V,'m.,Phillipt V.'m.or.f Wm-Jr?] 

6-28 SOLOMON CECIL b. 4-2S-1830 d. 10-6-1397 

m. [1] Edith Kennedy-- b. 3-30-1330 N.C. d. 7-23-1330 Mo. 
m. [2] 3-26-1896 in N.C. to Sarah Luisa Day 

n i/iO T.r-TT.-„, I- ,„ T Or A \ h'l' 

( — j.4>-J wlxxxcwfl e. C^d jLU^if mj. 

7 - 149 Sarah b. ca 1856 NFT 

7 - 150 Gordon b. ca 1859 ^'"^ 

7 - 151 Daughter not identified NFT 

Solomon m. first in N.C. to Edith Kennedy who was known as "Edy" and also 
as "l2zy".She died in Saline Co. Mo. and her death record we found in 
Saline Co. Mo. Cuin. Rv; cords, Vol 2 . According to fajnily r^^cords thtre 
were two sons and two daughters. After Ediths death, Solomon returned to 
N.C. where he married Saruix L. Day. His will fil>^d for probate in Guilfo rd 
Co. N.C. Nov. 13^7 devises all property aiid effects in N.C. to his wife 
"Lou" Cucil, and all property and effects in Missouri to his children. On 
Jan. 27. l8q8 Guilford Go. Lou Cecil, wid. of Solomon, filed a dissent of 
will. Saline Co. Mo. BkD. marriage rec . L'illiam E Cecil to Sarah E. Burnett 
on Feb. 3, 18a0 TT 



J — ( Dcinicx Jcirro'b't Coci 1 

[VJm., Phillipt Wm.SrV.Wrn.Jr'^] 

6 — 32 IjILLIAM ILiuRIGOIJ CECIL Ij . 7~21— 1^3^ •!• 3~'-'— 13'^6 

m. 11-18-1866 Christina Glascoc, t. 10-2>l349 d. 12-20-1931 

7 - 152 Rachel Cordelia b. 1363 d. 1933 m. J. Phillip Sink 

7 - 153 Charlus Hamilton b. IS69 d. I947 m. Prances Oliver 

7 - 154 Elisabeth b. 6-20-1371 d. 10-20-1885 of typhoid 

7 - 155 I'lary Elizabeth Christine b. 1373 d. 1917 ""'• Jacob Asbury 

Pcace 
7 - 156 Tempy :.. b. I876 d. I99O ra. Ed. Proctor IIFT 

7 - 157 Wm. Harrison Jr. b. 1383 J- 195" m- Pollie Louise Sechrest 

9 — 17 Caifiuol Cucil 

[ lIm],Phillipt Wm. or:", Phillip] 

6-33 RICILIRD IIAI.i3 CECIL b. 3-4-l3l8 H.C. d. I-I6-I88O !J.C. 
m. 4-10-1839 Suvilla Magdalcna Evans b. d. I897 



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_>u Garah E. b. lu^te/ d. ca lu90 iii. twice 



7 - 159 Elizabeth Jane b. I842 d. I929 m. Alpheus Perryman 

7 - 160 Garnucl Lafayette b. l849 d.- 190° m. Cornelia Burke 

7 - 161 John F. b. 134S d. 4-14-1855 ago 7 tur. Mt . Olivet near 

Clemmons IJ.C. 

7 - 162 David Xing b. IS5I d. I923 m. Crissie Jane Miller 

7 — 163 Mary H. b. d. rn. twice 

7 - 164 Alice Rebecca b. d. m. J. Harris Curry 

7 - 165 James Lee b. d. m. Julia Leonard 

7 - 166 Victoria d. shortly after marriage to Geo. Bulla NPT 

An interview by Raymond and Elah Peacc with a grand daughter of Richard liams 
Cecil produced a few personal memories of interest. Guvillas name on census 
and other records appears as Zeverly, Seberly, "erilla, Servilla, Sybilla, 
Gavilla and Suvilla. The grand dciughtt^r said that thu latter spelling is thv= 
correct one and that the name was prono'onced See-vale-ya with the emphasis 
on the middle syllable. It was recalltd that "she was a fine woman, but she 
didn't cook much". It was also recalled that "Richard liams Cecil could never 
be accused of overworking". His son Samuel L. ran the farm. Richard liams 
Cecil has a 2nd cousin of the same name, #6-10 this book. 

Division of Laiids Book #2 Davidson Co. IJ.C . The division of lands of R.I 
Cecil, "to divide and make partition between and among: Elizabeth, wf. of 
Alpheus Perrymanj Samuel L. Cecil; David K. Cecil; Mary H. wf. of J.R. Evans; 
Martha R.A. wf. of J.H. Curry; J.L. Cecil; heirs of Sarah E. l.'eaver, later 
Spurgeon, deceased, descended to them as heirs at law of R.I. Cecil dec'd. 
[2 or 3 pages of land descriptions] Signed Mar. 14, I89O by P.J. Leonard 
and J.C. Ripple 



5 - 17 Samuel Cecil 

[Urn., Phillip^ Nm.Sr-?, Phillip] 

6-35 I--^C A CECIL b. I825 d. 

m. [1] I-9-I869 Elizabeth C. Cross dau. of Alexander Cross 

m.[2] 2-26-1880 Nancy M. Modlin in Guilford Co. N.C. 

7 - 167 Crissie Jan b. 7-22-1874 d. 3-18-1949 m. Samuel R. Esscck 1 

7 - 168 Thomas NFT b. I865 d. 1934 NPT 



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[l.'m. , Phillip'; Wm.Sr^, Phillip] 

6-36 CIIAKLES WESLEY CECIL b. 8-6-1327 d. i,-?!-!-;:! 
m . [l] Gelonie Craven [?] 

m. [2] Elizabeth Ilolloway b. 7-11-1S31 d. iZ-31-1511 
7 - 169 George R. Cecil b. lS55 d. 1929 m. L^argie Jane Lanning 
7 - 170 William Sa.T.uel b. 1-10-1857 d. 4-8-1931 m. 9-13-1877 to 
LeNora Kennedy- b. ca 1355/37 d. 4-3-1930, the daughter 
of Henry and 3abry [Hilton] Kennedy- . !Jo children NFT 
Rebecca Florena "Sis" b. 1339 d. 1934 m. Ileni^ F. Kennedy 
Mary Lou b. I36l d. 1933 m. Jan-ies II. Kennedy 
Ellen Rosa b. 1363 d. 1932 m. Richard Douthard Pope 
Richard Franklin "Fraixk" b. I869 d. 1933 m. Mary T. I.^orris 
Sylvia Symantha Henrietta b. 1373 d. 1935 m. Cicero Crav. r. 
Pauline Virginia b. 1375 d. I966 m. John Calvin JohnL::. 
Lillian Georgia b. l380 d. 1949 m. V.'illard Lee Burton 

Charles Wesley Cecil went by the name of "'..'est", and mariy of his descendants 
thought his full name was J ohn 'Lesley. Raymond Peace, genealogist, and great 
grandson of Charles '.-.'esley, set the record straight. Once the correct nan-ie 
was known, census, letters sent to Mr. '..'alter V. Ball [Cecil genealogist], 
and other records, all data began to fall into place. It is recalled by 
Thomas and Rebecca Eants [she a grand-niece to Charles V.'esley] that Charles 
iJesley was a "teller of tall tales, and usually in a poor financial state. 
He would come over to Lexington from Thomasville to borrow a loan from more 
affluent members of his fajnily." 

There is a slight questioii concerning the eldest son, George R. Cecii. 
There is no record found at pi-escnt for a first maiTiage of Charles I'esley 
Cecil, but in Davidson Co. death records we find — G. R. Cecil, aiid parents 
named were W'esley Cecil & Selonie Craven. Family records supplied by Georges 
son Charles Edward, positively stats that George was the son of "West" Cecil. 
It is thought by this compiler that Selonie was perhaps a first wife of 
Charles IJesley and that she perhaps died at childbirth or shortly thereafter. 

To Raymond and Elah [Mc Kau^^han] Peace is due the credit for the family 
records of the descendants of Charles Wesley Cecil. Our sincere thanks. 

5-17 Samuel Cecil 

[\!m] , Phillip? Wm.Sr^.Phillip"^] 

6 - 37 JULIA R. CECIL b. l833 d. -fPT 

Julia appeared in the l830 census in the household of James R. Cross as a 
sister-in-law. Her sister Susan [6 - 40] had married J.R. Cross. 

[as above] 

6 - 33 :;;JICY J. CECIL L. 1333 [twin to Julia] d. 
ra. 5_9_i337 John Welborn Hilton 

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7 - 179 Glendora Hilton 

7 - 180 John Hilton 

7 - l3l Emory Hilton -^'^ 

John V.'elborn Hilton had been married for a first time to [6 - 8] Phebe Cecil, 
dau. of [5 - 1] John Ball Cecil. Phebe was a 2nd cousin to the above Nancy. 
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^ - 17 Samuel Cecil 

[\'im] ,Phillipf lim.Sr^, Phillip] 

6-39 THOrLiS S. CECIL b. 3-31-1335 d.- Nov. I9OI 
m. 3-24-IS63 Nancy Conner [?] 

It is reported that Thoaas 3. Cecil went to Texas vjhere his wife died. He 
left several children there, returned to N.C., remarried, and died in II. C. 
Wo proof for the above except his tombstone in Betheseda Cam. near Lexington, 

[as above] 

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m. o— 23— luoo J. R. Cross [James Roby Crossj 

7 - 182 Samuel A. b. ca 1371 

7 - 183 Victoria E. Cross b. ca 1873 

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In the Enc. of Am. Quaker Genealogy, page 615, we find the notation: "Samuel 
Alexander Cross, son of Roby and Susan Elizabeth Cross, b. 12-20-1871" There 
seems no doubt that he is the Samuel A. above. Other ages are from census. 

5-18 Rachel Cecil 

[Um! .Phillip^ Ij'm.Sr-^, Phillip] 
The records for Rachel Cecil are found on page 28 this book, vjith her husband 
Phillip Cecil [5-6] who is also her first cousin. 



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6-44 .iBSOLU;.! BR;iTTAIi; b. 
m. Elizabeth IJorlow 
7 - 185 John E. Brattain 
7 - 186 Elizabeth Brattain 
7 — 1^7 IJilliaiii Brattain 
7 - 188 Amanda Brattain 
7 - 189 Jackson Brattain 
7 - 190 Orlanda Brattain 



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7 - 192 Amanda Brattain 
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CILVPTER VII 

6-1 '..'illiarr. Dall Cooil 
[Wm., PhillipV Km.3r.,Wm.,Jr.7 John B.''] 

7-1 J03EPHIKE CECIL b. 2-29-1340 N.C. d. 10-1-1S93 Dade Co. rio. 
m. 1-12-1365 Jamc-s Taor-lor b. May 1342 d. 7-28-1320 
8-1 John Russell Taylor b. 1363 d. 1923 in. Eliz. Ellen Dtout 

8-2 Charles l.'esley Taylor b. 1367 d. I936 m. Bertie div. 

8-3 Ja-nes Edward Taylor b. 1374 d. 19^2 m. Etta An:i Black 
3-4 Ura Francis Taylor b. 2-17-1334 d. 12-27-1919 

m. Minnie Case Ilacklor. No children HPT 

Josephine and James Taylor lived in Johnson Co., Mo., but Josephine d. while 

visiting her sister Louisa Poe in Greenfield, Dade Co. She is said to be 

buried in Greenfield. 

6-1 'iilliam Ball Cecil 

[iv'm., Phillip^ V.-m.Sr.f l.'m.Jr. , John B^:] 

7-2 JOHN KEoLEY CECIL b. 9-19-1341 N.C. d. 2-12-1922 K.C. Mo. 

m. Virginia Foe b. 1339 cl. 2-11-1913 dau. of John & Matil- 
-da [Ferguson] Foe. 

3-5 Matilda Jane b. 1-2-1369 Mo. d. 6-17-1925 K.C. Mo. 
m. 12-24-1901 3ai.iuol Albert Faries b. 13.52 d. 1943- 
No children. Matilda Jane, known as "Jaiiio" was a music 
teacher. N5T 

u — u o allies jbawara u .xj.— xti- j.u 1 j. ci. xc- j— xu(x 
8-7 u'illiam Lesley b. 1373 d. I94S m. Louise Viola McClure 
8 - S Mxnnie Adell b. l375 d. 1947 -ti. 1901 '..'ill J. '..'eaver 
8-9 Ora b. 5-27-1379 d. 3-9-1950 Mo. m. ca 1945 to Samuel 

Albert Faries, widower of her sister Matilda Jane. No child- 
ren and no further trace. 
8-10 Maude b. 9-29-I88I d. 10-13-1384 
8-11 Ethel May b. 11-25-1885 d. 2-15-1333 
8-12 Elmer Ellsworth b. 1339 d. I969 ".. Sai'ah Jane Jansen 

6-1 ■..'illiatn Ball Cecil 

[V.'m. jPhilliptWm.Srf ,V.'m.Jr'^,John B^ 

7-3 LOUISA CECIL b. 5-13-1343 ".C. d. 9-21-1398 Dade Co. Mo. 

m. 3-21-1869 i.'illiam Kelson Foe 1346 Benton Co. Ark. son of 

John and Matilda [Ferg-uson] Poe 

8-13 John b. 3-11-1371 d- 9-23-1935 rr.. Nell Potter 

Said to have had fo-ur children but we have no further trace 
8-14 Ubert b. 7-15-1872 d. 11-3-1394 'Jr^r.arried NFT 

8-15 Arthur Poe b. 9-1-1374 d. 10-22-1950 

m. 1394 Viola Poor. Said to have had six children, but l.TT 
8-16 David Lee Poe b. 12-15-1330 d. 12-25-1943 

in. 3-18-1900 May Poor. Said to have had three children. iIFT 

According to the Biographical History of Dade Co., Mo. page S36 — "'..'illiam 
N. Foe, farmer, of '.Washington Township, and Judge of the Dade Co. Cour. 
from the Eastern District, was born in Bunton Co. Ark. 1346. Kis parents 
were John and Matilda ..nn [Ferguson] Poe, probably of N.C. and Tennessee. 
About 1845 th^y removed Lo Benton Co. Ark., and when Wm. N. was about nine 
months old, removed to Dade Co. Mo. settling on a small improvement of the 

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farm where Wm. N. Foe now lives [date book was written] — " "In March IS69 
Killiain Nelson Foe married Louisa, dau. of 'Jilliam and Isabelle Cecil of 
North Caro'lina, who came in [iS^l] to Johnaon Co. Mo . where the mother died 
July 1888. The father, who served in the Federal Army, and v;ho was constable 
for some years, is still living" ['Jm. d. l39l] • William Nelson Foe has four 
children; John William; Albert ; Arthur; and David Lee " etc. 

6 — 1 '.'illiam Ball Cecil 

[r'm. , Phillip^ Wm.3r'^,Wm.Jr . , John B.] 

7-4 rlART E. CEciC b. 9-20-1345 N.C. d. 6-I9-I919 Johnson Co. Mo. 

m. 11-5-1372 Tresisley J. Foe b. buried 5-2-1935 Warrensburg 
Mo. cemetery. He v/as the son of John and Matilda Ami 
[Ferfjuson] Foe. 
8-17 Robert Delner Foe b. S-24-1375 d. 1-24-1397 Unmarried NFT 
8-18 Lulu Belle Foe b. 10-6-1377 d. 3-7-1902 Unmarried WF7 
8-19 Edgar Allen Foe b. 1-6-1379 cl- 6-3O-I962 m. Hattie Ilal- 
-verton. No children. E.A. Foe is buifed Ft. Smith, .'jk. JIFT 
A true story about Edgar Aliens name: At the time of his 
birth the Doctor offered to buy a complete set of Foes works 
for the family if they would name the baby Edgar Allen. 
They did, and he did. 

8-20 David Walter Foe b. 2-4-1333 

m. 11-2-1922 Ruth Weller. No children. 

'•('alter Foe has been of great assistance in providing family 
data, and in recalling bits and pieces of family history that gave this cora- 
-piler of family record areas to investigate. 

— X i.xxx J.CL111 xJctxx OcCxj. 
1 "^ ~l /^ ^ 

[Wm. , Phillip, Wm.Sr. ,Wm.Jr. , John B.] 

7 — 5 ^iLEX:"lNDER RU33ELL CECIL b. 3— 2o— lo4'-' Davidson Co. N.C. d. 3— 2o— 1929 
in Lincoln, Nebr. 

m. 12-24-1379 Sarah Elizabeth Gillett b. 9-18-1850 Ulster Co. N.Y. 
and who d. 2-7-1926 Lincoln, Nebraska. She was the daughter of Silas 
W. and Sarah [Bevier] Gillett. 

8-21 Reuben Edgar Cecil b. 1333 m. 1903 Edith L. Derr 
Alexander Russell Cecil "Alec" was my grandfather and perhaps he fostered 
my interest in family history more than any one else. lie would hold my sis- 
-ter and me in rapt attention as he told stories and experiences of the early 
days in Misso'uri. No history books could make the conditions in the state 
at the time of the Civil War half so vivid, nor stories of the guerilla war 
fare aaid the bushwhackers half so frightening or alive. Since doing this 
research I have fomid the stories he told to be true. Alexander Russell Cecil 
was named for his maternal grandfather, Alexander Russell. He was a carpentar, 
but devoted much time to horticulture. We had everyday contact with these 
grandparents, for they lived on one side of the big eleven room house and his 
only child and his family on the other. There was alvjays an open doorway to 
grandpa and grandma. This book is dedicated to Alexander and his son Reuben. 

[as above] 

7-6 RICHARD F. CECIL b. 4-1-1350 N.C. d. 1-17-1337 Lincoln, Nebr. Unm. 

This was the last of William Ball Cecils' children to be b. in N.C. 
Richard was a wee baby when his parents started out on the long covered wagon- 
journey to Missouri. There is no record of how long it took, and there was 

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no home awaiting them when they arrived. The Gover; 

was near the tin^- community of Cornelia, south of '..• 

Cecil cemetery is there and Richard lies there. Kichard was very 
close to his brother Alexander It., and it van at hio home that Hichard 
died, of consumption. 

6-1 V.'illia.T. Qall Cecil 

[Wm., Phillip^ l7m.Sr.,V.'m.Jr'^,John B^ 

7-8 !i;.NCY M. CECIL b. 4-19-1354 Mo. d. Johnson Co. Mo. 
m.[l] Henry Clay Ta^gart b. 3-22-1858 d. IO-I5-I934 Uyo . 
m.[2] 7-3-1903 Theodore Stockton b. 1359 <i. 1942 

8-22 Clinton Marcelius Taggart b. 1834 Mo. d. I95O V.'yo. 

m. Frances Buttinger. Div. 1926 

[as above] 

7-9 JULIA CECIL b. 2-4-1356 Mo. d. 10-26-1927 Mo. 

m. 5-1-1331 Francis "Billy" Taggai't b. 3-20-1352 d. 7—2-1932 
8-23 Nora b. 1382 Mo. d. 1937 Mo. m. Um. Franiain Taylor 
8-24 Maude b. 1833 m. John VJarnick 

8-25 liillie Glad.ys b. 5-6-I895 d. 10-14-1914 

Francis "Billy" Taggart was a farmer and was married twice. Ilia first 
wife wa& [7 - 35] Elizabeth Cecil, daughter of AJidrew J. Cecil [u - 6] 
this book. Elizabeth was J'ulias fir£it couiiiji. By Francis Taggarts m. 
to Elizabeth he had Minnie Taggart whose relationship to the above 
children is a bit complicated. She was not only half sister to the 
above, but their cousin as well [2iid cousin]. 

[as above] 

7-11 ilEi'JRY CLAY CECIL b. 2-23-1361 d. 2-26-1943 Unmarried. 

Henry is buried in the Cecil cem. at Cornelia. It is said of 
him, "he was quite a character". He was a sort of wandering minstrel, 
and had no home. He just lived around among relative and friends where 
he found a welcome, and sometimes without the welcome. Ke played the 
fiddle and he whistled. I vividly remember my only encouiiter with this 
great micle while on a visit of ours to l.'arrensburg, Mo. He doctored 
my sisters chigger bites with chawing tobaccy saliva, and was so happy- 
go-luclcy he could scarcely eat his dinner for wanting to whistle a tune. 
His home during his final years was v/ith his nephew James Taylor in 
Cornelia. 

[as above] 

7-12 DAVIB CIL'JG CECIL b. 9-I9-I864 Mo. d. 3-5-1390 Mo. Unmarried. 

"Craig" Cecil is buried in the Cecil cemetery at Cornelia, Mo. 
This man was always known as Craig in the family, and when we found the 
tombstone for David C. Cecil we bagan to investigate. A luckj*- find of 
a very old family record verified the name and the dates for "Craig". 
According to old family letters it is believed that this man also died 
of "consumption". Craig and his brother IlGnr:v- apparently did their share 
of sov/ing some wild oats, and two exceppts taken from letters their 
mother wrote from Bade Co. Mo. to her son Alexander K. in Illinois^are 
as follows: "Henry aiid Craig are running az^ound with other boys. They 
can't be content at home." " Henry and Craig is about as bad boys as 
there is down here. They shan't have the pleasure of going back to Johnson 
Co. to cut up. Your pap don't try to do much with them. I could put up 
with them if they didn't swear so bad. They hardly speak without an oath" 
That is an I878 generation gap L 

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6-2 Thomas Cecil 

[ VJin. , Phillip, li'm.Sr. ,Wm.Jr'if, John B.] 

7-1.^- r.LlRY CECIL b. 3-12-1342 II.C. d. March I919 Mo. 

m. 2-18-1860 Mo. -to Zachariah otout b. 12-4-1331 M.C. d. 6-17-1903 Mo. 
Son of Samuel aiid Elizabeth [Jones] Stout of N.C. 
8-26 John Thomas Stout b. l36l d. I926 ir,. Lucy Jones 
8-27 Lousettie Jane Stout b. 1363 d. 1943 m. John Vj. Taylor 
3-23 Allen Louis Stout b. 1864 d. 1943 m. Becca Dobbs 
3-29 Fhebe Ann Stout b. I866 d. m. twice 
3-30 Hiram Grant 'Torter" Stout b. 1363 d. I94O m. Emma Davis 
3-31 Melissie Belle Stout b. II-8-I87O Mo. d. 11-24-1393 at child- 
birth, m. Lee Roy Taylor b. 1370 d. I919 Ito living children. 
8-32 Nancy Florence Stout b. 1373 Mo. d. 1953 m. three times. 

[More later, but 1st hus . John R. Taylor is 8 - 1 this book] 
8-34 Francis Marion Stout b. 1879 d. 1953 m. Lena Cull 

Zachai'iali Stout is brother to Cynthia Stout Cecil, wf . of 6 - 6 this book. 
Family bible records were available and for the descendants of this family 
we give the dates for Zachariahs parents. Samuel Stout was b. 12-22-1797 and 
d. 12-24-1880 m. Elizabeth Jones b. 1-9-lSOl d. in N.C. 

[as above ] 

7-15 JOHN A CECIL b. IS49 H.C. d. Mo. Buried Horth Cem. at Cornelia, 

m. 5-I9-I373 Johnson Co. Mo. tu Mary Elizabeth Hilton b. I85I d. I915 
Also buied in the IJorth Cem. at Cornelia, Mo. 
8-35 Allie b. 1376 d. 1386 [tombstone and census] 
u — 3^1 Sarah b. ca 137o I ceiisus dataj iJFT 

8-37 Emory b. d. m. 12-29-1902 Minnie Case ITFT 
3-33 Lute b. d. m. ITTT 

8-39 l^SLii u. d. m. Everett Collins NPT 

8-40 Bertha b. d. NFT 

3-41 Lillian b. 13-29-1374 Mo. d. 3-18-1375 Mo. ae ly. 4m. 19d. 
[tombstone] 

6-4 Rachel Cecil [Alb art son] 

[Wm. , Phillip^ rJm.Sr-?, l\'m.Jr7, John B.] 

7-22 DANIEL ALBERTSON b. d. 

m. 9-29-IS69 Johnson Co. Mo. to Matilda Green 

o — 4<i iclcj, rji'j. 

U — q-J ooexia IJl' X' 

8-44 Lillian NFT 

8-45 Valena NFT 

8-46 Hal lard NFT 

[as above] 

7-23 WILLI.liM B. ALBERTSON b. 6-10-1350 N.C. d. 1—20-1940 

m. Clara Reid b. 8-I-I856 d. 5-9-1934 Nebraska. 

3 — 47 Cra Lee Albertson b. '^—l.—luOj 

m. 8-17-1954 California, to George B. V.'right b. 3-23-1880 
No descendants. Ora Lee provided the data for this fam. 

8-48 Roscoe Albertson b. 7-1-1885 m. twice. 



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7-25 V.ILLI^M IIE!;KY CECIL b. 12-10-1349 N.C. d. 10-26-190:, .lo. 

m. 3-7-1380 to Betty Coats in Johnson Co. Mo. b. 2-23-1S57 Mo. and 
d. 6-9-1922 Mo. Soth are buried in Cecil cem. at Cornelia, Mo. 
Betty the daughter of Ariel and Mary Coats, natives of Ky. who came 
to Johnson Co. Ao. ca 1335 [llist. Johnson Co. Mo. p. 837] 
Bessie b. 1382 d. m. Prank V.'orkman 
Falbia b. 1834 d. 1957 ~.. Amos Ilelterbrand 
Grover Clifton b. 1336 d. 19:)7 m. /jUiie Etta Fisher 
Dennis J. b. 1333 d. 1927 in. Emma Abraham 
Gertrude b. I89O d. I913 m. Ernest ourbaugh 
Herbert Bryan b. 1396 m. Iva Louise McMurphy 
Gudie [twin to II. B.] m. three times 

[as above ] 

7-26 FIIEBE J.JIE CECIL b. 1-13-1351 d. 4-27-1936 

ill. 9-3-1368 Jesse Marr b. I85O d. I909 Both buried Cecil cem. 

at Cornelia, Mo. 

8-57 Myrtle Mair b. d. ca I935 m. Vm. ;.'ash KFT 

Dossell Marr b. 1872 d. 1399 "'• Dora Burford IW7 

Maude Theola Marr b. 1373 d. 195^ "!• Jas. Cla^'ton Murpliy 
Austin Marr b. d. m. liFT 

Oma Marr b. d. m. Emil Nor en !'FT 
Eula Geal Marr b. I863 d. I925 m. E.V;. Hampton HPT 

8-63 Blanche Marr b. d. m. Oscar Walton ?IFT 

8-64 Daniel Marr b. d. m. IIFT 

[as above ] 

7-28 IJAircY M. CECIL b. 7-23-1854 Mo. d. 4-27-1936 Cedar Co. Mo. 

m. I2-I7-IS74 Valentine Ewing [ct. hse. record] who was b. 9-25- 
-I846 and d. 12-3-1916. Both buried Twin Mounds Cem. in Cedar Co. 
Odie Estella b. I876 d. 1934 m. '.."alter Gcott Chaney 
Charley Clifford Ewing b. I878 d. I967 m. twice 
Finis Eli E;'jing b. I88O d. I963 m. Hary Florence Phipps 
Mary b. d. 1927 m. '..'m. T. Iloskinson 

[ as above ] 

7-29 C0LU..IB'J3 AGBuuY CECIL b. 4-3-1855 Mo. d. 3-22-1929 Mo. 

m. 2-23-1387 Maria 3maltz b. 7-27-1361 Va. d. 6-2-1946 Mo. 

Both are baxued iu the Cecil Cemetery at Cornelia, Mo. 

0-69 "Infant child of CA. and M. Cecil" [tombstone] 

3-72 Dempsey b. 1-13-1338 d. 3-S-lo39 

8-71 Gus Kile b. l389 Mo. d. I969 -lo. [More later] 

8-72 Ira Allen b. 12-26-1891 d. 12-19-1926 Unmarried. 

8-73 Earl Asbury b. 4-1-1894 d. 10-12-1951 

m. [1] Gladys L. Gladden b. I897 d. 1921 m.[2] Christine 
Landsidel. ^^^ 

8-74 Elva Lounette b. IO-I6-I896 d. Oct. I97O 

m. Herbert Elwood Green b. 6-27-1390 d. 3-23-1958 IfPT 

8-75 Ilaidee .Adelaide b. 1399 '"• Bacil Roy Evans 

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6-5 Daniel Cecil 

[Km. ,Phil. ,V!:n.3r. ji.'m.Jr. jJohn B'^] 

7-30 LOUIS.; A CECIL b. 10-31-l35o d. II-6-I913 i-Io . 

m.[l] 11-3-1336 Robert Smalts b. 6-23-1331 d. 4-7-1902 
m.[2] N.B. Smalt z 

8-76 Edna Lee Smaltz b. l3G5 d. 19'.'1 ''''• Claude ."idams 

8-77 Roxie Smaltz b. I89I d. I967 m. Pred Harrison Surbaugh 

6 - 6 Andrew Jackson^Cecil ^ 
[VJm. ,Phil'7,Wm.3r . ,VJm. Jr'^, John B?] 

7-34 D:.NIEL WEBSTER CECIL b. 1-21-1343 d. 1-5-1900 Mo. 

m. Llary LI. Foe b. II-I7-IS44 d. 8-I5-I9IO Mo. 

Daniel served in Co. A. 7 S.M. Cavalry in the Civil Uar. 

8-78 Lulu V. b. IS69 d. ra. Edw. Reiter 

S - 79 Francis I-Iarion "Frank" b. I869 d. 1930 m. Jane Laughman 

8-30 Mary "Molly" b. I874 d- m. Joe Shelby ;uiderson 

8-81 Bessie b. buried 3-26-1953 VJarrensburg Cem. m. twice 

[as above "] 

7-35 ELIZ;J3ETII CECIL b. 1345 IT.C. d. 1879 Ito . 

m.[l] 5-15-1864 John T. Bodeixharner who d. 10-3-1863 "aged 30" stone 

±11 K^Q'^A.x Cc:iiico 'oTj ct uO Pile x let, .lU • 

m.[2] 11-8-1874 Francis "Billy" Taggart b. 8-20-1852 d. 7-2-1932 

8-82 Mollie Bodenhamer b. d. ca I94O m. 4 times 

8-33 Minnie Taggart b. 6-26-1376 d. 2-22-1961 m. Henry Hamilton 

After Elizabeths death, Francis "Billy" Taggart m. Julia Cecil [7 - 9] this 
book. The daughter of [6 - 1 ] VJilliam Ball Cecil, who was brother to Eliz- 
-abeths father Andrev;. Thus Minnie Taggart was not only half sister to the 
children of Francis and Julia, but was also their second cousin. 

[as above] 

7-37 ivViNCY IL'JTKS CECIL b. 9-23-1349 N.D. d.^1921 Mo. 

m. 9-5-1869 John G. Loveall b. 6-20-1343 d. 1-13-1912 

8-84 Elora b. d. m. Jarnes Burris 

8-85 Ralph Edgar b. 4-12-1374 d. 2-12-1946 m. Etta Smith IIFT 

8-86 Lela Myrtle b. 8-l6-l877 d. 1-16-1379 

8-87 Ruby Eugenia b. 2-15-1384 d. 7-20-1887 

Flossie Cynthia b. 9-13-1388 m. Harry 0. Davis 

[ as above ] 

7-38 SALLY A. CECIL b. 1353 Mo. d. I924 Mo. [tombstone reads Sally Bratton 
Discher. Buried in u-arrensburg. Mo. cemetery.] 
m.[l] 12-15-1375 David Pickett 

m.[2] Charles Bratton b. 3-29-1345 d. 10-27-1892 
111 • [ 3 ] Eiiio ry Discher. 

8-89 Clarence Bratton b. 1379 -lO . d. I94O Unmarried 
8-90 Rufus Martin Bratton b. 13S7 d. I918 m. Mary Irene Fetterling 
8-91 Myrtle Bratton b. d. .lug. I967 Fla. 

m.[l] Ernest Steele rn.[2] Graham. ZJo children. 

Sallys 2nd husband, the father of her children, was killed by a hot headed 
workman while helping build a fence. Sallys ihird husband was a nephew to 
the 2nd husband. Emory Discher was the son of Henry &, Julianna [Bratton] Dis- 
-cher, Julianna being sister to Charles Bratton. 

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6-7 Elizabeth Cecil [Pope] 

[Wm.,Phil.,V;m.3r.,Wm.Jr'^, John B.^] 

7-43 JOIDJ B. FOFE b. 6-4-1S33 N.C. d. 2->193C Ihd. 

m. 2-16-1330 Octavia Caroline Craven d. 9-16-1331 Ind. 

8-92 Edward Fope b. 4-27-13S1 dm. ;rFT 

8-93 Vestal Sandford Fope b. 10-22-1332 d. 11-24-1940 !rPT 

8-94 Omar .3pencer FOi^e b. 12-15-1337 Lived 3o. Bend, Ind. IIPT 

8-95 Ada Fope buried Fairmont Ind. Ed. of ohining Li^ht Magazine 

8-96 Elmer Fope b. 11-3-1339 d. 10-24-1955 NFT 

3-97 V.'illiam Fope b.ca 1391 d. 7-4-1912 age 21 

3-93 John Fope b. 2-15-1391 d. I-II-I95O 

3-99 Ida Fope b. 1-12-1393 d. !IFT 

8 - 100 Lawrence Pope b. 4-13-1395 d. NFT 

8 - 101 Dora Pope b. 4-13-1395 d. NFT 

[ as above 1 

7-44 IRENE N.JJCr FOPE b. 7-20-1355 I'.C. d. 7-2-1936 
m. Ghubcal Craven b. 1-1-1353 N.D. d. 1-25-1936 
3 - 102 Levi Pope b. 5-7-I88O d. 1-2-1957 
3 - 103 Ina :.Iay Craven b. 1-12-1392 m. Earl Johnson 

[ as above 1 

7-45 V,"ILLI.^-'i x^OFE b. 10-8-1853. d. 7-12-1901 

n. 2-11-1391 3arah C. Thompson b. 4-13-1363. d. 5-15-1910 

3 - 104 Irena May Pope b. 1-19-1393 d. 7-2-1311 age 13 

8 - 105 Clifford Spencer Pope b. 2-25-1893 d. ca I962 

8 - 106 ITancy Cophene Fope b. 4-13-1396 d. _ IIFT 

[ as above ] 

7-46 RICfLUlD DOUTILlIir- FOFE b. 8-8-1359 :J.C. d. 2-2-1931 N.C. 
m. 9-1-1380 Ellen Rosa Cecil b. 2-4-1363 d. 10-5-1953 
Ellen Rosa is [ 7 - 173 ] in another section of this book. 
3 - 107 Bessifc Ida Elizabeth b. l83l d. I965 m. Alfred Mac Peace 
8 - 103 Charles Early Fope b. d. I915 m. Nona Dicks IIFT 

[buried in Jibbotts Creek Cemetery, Davidson Co. N.C.] 
8 - 109 Frederick 3pencer ^xllen Pope b. d. m-I-tyrtle Farring- 

-ton. b. d. NFT 

[ as above 1 

7-47 CiUJiLES LINCOLN POPE b. 4-7-1861 d. IO-I4-I896 
m. Sarah Swaim 
Buried Spring llili M.E. Church cem. Davidson Co. N.C. 

[ as above "j 

7-49 S.-JLUI LUTISIIIE FOFE b. 9-I-IS65 d. 
m. John V.'esley Burton b. d. 
3 - 110 Charles Burton b. d. I964 

8 - 111 Minnie Burton b. d. m. ^Iledgecock 

8 - 112 Canie Burton b. d. 

8 - 113 Vivien Burton [male] killed in auto accident ca 1930 



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6-7 Elizabeth B. Cecil [pope] 

[Vta. , Phillip, VJm.Sr. ,Km.Jr. , John B.] 

7-50 ULYS3U3 GliAIJT POPE b. 3-13-1S67 c. ca 1923 

m. Lena '.loore who after Ulyssus' death m. Frank Vestal 
S - 114 Bessie b. d. .n. Velmer C. Tucker 

[Raymond Peace v;rote: "They live at the old opencer and 
Elizabeth Cecil Pope place. It used to be the most out- 
of-the-way, end-of-the-road, and forsaken place you could 
conceive of, but they have remodeled, rebuilt, terraced, 
grassed, and built fences until it is a fine old homeplace. 
It is still at the end of the road, but it is a good road."] 

6-9 John C. Cecil 

[VJm! ,Philt,ivm.Sr"?,Wm.Jr't, John B.] 

7-53 S.;R.-J-I FR-VNCEo CECIL b. 12-31-1862 I-Io . d. 12-9-1940 Ko. 

r;i. 10-8-1884 William Edward Haokleman b. 5-15-1860 d. 7-9-1941 

8 - 115 Robert Otis b. 6-12-1887 d. 9-12-1966 m. Doris Johnston 

8 - 116 Catherine Naomi b. 3-8-1889 d. 12-15-1964 m. V.'m. E. Casey 

8 - 117 Infant son born and died 12-25-1895 

8 - 118 Clara Lorene b. 8-2-1898 d. 9-3-1900 

8 - 119 Clarence Edward b. 7-31-1903 m. Gladys Marie Bland 

Garah Frances was born and raised near VJarrensburg, Mo. where she met the young 
law student Vim. Edw. Hackleme.n, whom she later married in Cedar Co. Mo. ''iti. 
Edw. Hackleman taught school for many years and was Judge of Cedar Co. two 
terms. He was active in the Methodist Church, teaching Sunday school for 
many years. This couple lived in Cedar Co. Mo. and both are buried there, 
in the Hackleman Cemetery. 

[ as above ] 

7-54 ;J)ALI!;E MALIGGA CECIL b. 4-30-1872 Johnson Co. Mo. d. 8-5-1956 Couer 
d'Alene, Idaho. 

m. William Flynn b. 1-2-1365 d. 6-8-I965 at Couer d'.'ilene Ida. 
8 - 120 Geneva Elizabeth Flynn b. IO-I-I902 Unm. 
8 - 121 Gordon Cecil Flynn b. 7-II-I904 No children. 

6-10 Richard liarns Cecil 

[Vml , Phillip, VJm. 3r^,l!m.Jr'^, John B::*] 

7-56 DELPHINA VIKGIITIA "BELL;." CECIL b. 5-l3-lS6l d. 6-13-1936 Okla. 

m. 3-20-1881 Mo. to Milton Urn. Hartshorn b. 4-9-1S56 111. d. 11-17-1919 
in Kansas. Both are buried at V'ellmgton, Kansas. 

Bella Viola Hartshorn b. 1882 d. m. Pearly P.McKinney 

Ernest Clyde Hartshorn b. 1385 ito • <!• l897 Tex. 

Elsie Alburtliia Hartshorn b. I887 Kan. d. Iu90 Kan. 

V.'anda Mj-rtle Hartshorn b. I889 Kan. d. m. Alonso M.Foster 

Anna 3rene Hartshorn b. 4-25-1892 Panhandle, Tex. d. 11-14-1897 

at Panhandle, Tex. Buried at V.'cllington, Kan. 

V.'illa Vmca Hartshorn b. I894 Tex. m. V.'m-.. Ferlo LirJc 

Christa Claire Hartshorn b. I897 Tex. m. Jay B. Pounds 

Zelma Marie Hartshorn b. I899 Okla m. Dewey Fred Merrihew 

Emma Jessie Hartshorn b. 6-2-1901 Abbie Okla. d. II-I-I9I4 

and buried Uellington, Kansas. 



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6-10 Richard liams Cecil 
[V;m., Phillip, Wm.3r^,Win.Jr^, John B?] 

7-58 I-IJIY ELIZABETH CECIL "MOLLY" b. 6-13-1365 Coriidia, Mo. 
ra. 11-9-1S97 Timothjy- Thomas b. d. 
Mary Eliz. is buried in the North Cemetery at Cornelia, Mo. 
8 - 131 Nathan Thomas b. d. m. Flora ChnmbGi-lain 
8 - 132 Mary Thomas b. d. Unm. Nl-T 

3 — P 

L as above J 

7-60 KAVu. LEE CECIL b. 1-5-1869 d. 12-12-1935 
m.[l] Hoy Gottlon-.ore 
m.[2] John VJalters 
8 - 133 Mabel Settlemoro b. I896 
8 - 134 Cecil 3ettlfc;more b. 1898 

[as above ] 

7-61 VJ..LTErL JOHN CECIL b. 6-23-1870 Mo 
m. II-3-IS97 Glcnna Gilwiro 

8 - 135 Ernest Cecil IJFT 

8 - 136 Edith Cecil NFT 

8 - 137 Ralph Cecil JIPT 

8 - 138 Doris Cecxl NFT 



m. 
m. 



Fred Heimerdinger 
Ida Lancaster 



d. S-2-1925 Tankawa, Okla. 



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OiU'IEkj I'RED CECIL 
m. 12-10-1902 Ell 



[ as above ] 

b. <^— 23— 1373 d. 
loyd 

8 - 139 Nadean b. d. 

8 - 140 George b. I9II 
8 - 141 Killxcar. b. 1921 

[ as above ") 



10-6-1929 at Foster, Mo. 

m. Lee l.ithrow 

m. Helen Irene Dugingcr 

m. Mela May [Dodson] Taber 



7-64 ELL.i. ;>.GNE3 CECIL b. 9-20-1877 d. 10-17-1957 bur. Cecil cemetery. 
rn. 11-26-1903 John Ilusted Smith b. 8-23-1872 d. 12-23-19^1 
8 - 142 Forrest Ilusted Smith b. I9O4 m. Jessie Geneva Noland 
8 - 143 Erma Mildred Smith b. I907 m. Raymond Carder 

8 - 144 Nalter L^o b. I9II m. Marvi-; Anderson 

6 — 14 Fliillip Cecil 

V,'m!,Phillipt'im.3r-^,Phillip';^Rachcfl 

7-75 :iL30N GRAY CECIL b. 1340 d. I-I8-I917 ao 75y. 6m. 17d. 
m.[l] Lucinda Elliott b. 6-1-1833 d. 3-16-1381 

m.[2] 10-10-1831 Martha Elizabeth Elliott b. 9-22-1842 d.l-19-l896 
"''•[B] 9-8-1896 .'jviaiida Albei-'tson 
8 - 145 Abner Cicero Cecil b. I863 d. 1920 

8 - 146 Amanda S. Cecil b. I869 d. 1947 m- John Bell Tcague 
8 - 147 Mary E. Cecil b. I87I d. 10-21-1927 rr.. Jule Bowers 

[ as above ] 

7-79 MARY iL.GLALENE CECIL b. 5-5-1352 N.C. d. 2-4-1894 N.C. 
m. James A. Moore b. 5-19-1849 d. 8-19-1913 N.C. 
Both are buried at Jerusalem Church Cem. near Lexington, N.C. 
8 - 148 John Moore b. ca 1375 d. NFT 



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6-14 Phillip Cecil 

[Wml, Phillip, Win. Sr-^,Phillipfliachef] 

FruJKLIII CICERO CECIL b. 10-22-1360 d. 12-13-1943 

>] 12-15-1330 Mary E. Jordan b. 5-19-1362 d. I-29-I919 
2] Bertha Hilton Cecil, the widow of Noah #7-92 thcso records 





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John Luther Cecil b. 133] 
Clay Franklin Cecil b. 
Bertie b. 1334 d. I956 



1960 rn. twice 



IIPT 
riPT 



Edgar Phillip b. 1336 d 



3 - 156 



ITFT 
HPT 



ui • o • L>^e 1 o ujig 

1940 tn. Miniiie Koontz 

Curtis Cecil b. ISS9 d. 1955 ni. Grace Leigh 

Lillie B. Cecil b. 12-3-1891 d. 5-12-1394 

Lena J. Cecil b. 1397 ^- Everett Hilton 

Cora Necy Ctcil b. 7-17-1907 .n. John Clayton 

6 - 16 Daniel Cecil ^ 

r,, V,..-,. 2,. ^ 3Wm. Jr. 7, Phillip-^, , ,. -, 

Lm. , Phillip, .-.m. or. ^, . T T .4r, v O dual linej 

'- ' ' PhillipVRachel -■ 

NO;JI CECIL b. I-I-IS72 d. 12-1-1915 Buried Pleasant Grove cam. near 

High Point , N.C . 
m. 2-26-I398 Bertha Estella Hilton, who after Iloahs d. married #7 - 80 

Franklin Cicero Cecil, above. 
8 - 157 Clavia Burton Cecil b. I9OO d. 1957 
8 - 158 Emmie Lee Cecil b. 9-I8-I914 d. 

6-18 Olivor G. Cecil 
[dual line as above ] 

u'lLLIAM VJE3LEY CECIL b. u— 3— 1049 d. 11— Ij;— 19<^4 H.C. 

m. 2-12-1871 Susannah 3ummey b. 9-25-1342 d. 1-13-1903 [or 3] 

Both are buried at IJew Jerusalem Cemetery iiuar Denton, H.C. 

Melvin Evey Luther Cecil b. 1371 d. 1937 fi"'- ^'ary Illraan 
Martha Louella Cecil b. 10-24-1872 d. m. li.H.uorkman 
I.Iedor Abegail Cecil b. 2-1-1374 d. 2-16-1923 Unrs. !IFT 
Leah Belle b. 9-27-1375 d. 3-24-1915 m. 11-22-1399 to 

Eliza Debasha b. 7-12-1377 d. 3-3-1967 m. 3-1-1900 to James 



Edith Sink 



NPT 



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159 


8 - 


160 


3 - 


161 


8 - 


162 


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163 


8 - 


164 


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165 


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;lix Buck 



C. Cross who d. 4-9-1950 
Colia ^^nn Gorianna b. 1-30-1379 m. 
who was b. 4-15-1376 d. 6-3-1930 

Both are b-oried Holly Grove Luth. Gem. Davidson Co, 
Carrie Etta b. 5-I6-I88I m. James Griffin 
Christina Elizabeth b. 11-4-1382 
Wm. E. Cecil b. 5-23-1334 d. 8-26-1884 
Claudius Marvin Cecil b. 7-4-1335 d. ca 196O 

[ as above ] 



ITFT 
iJFT 

II.C. 
HPT 
IIFT 



7 - 100 Giu.iuEL ;>.lex.;hdeh cecil b. 1-23-1S51 

m.[l] Lucy Flora Newell in 111. She was b. 
Elco, Illinois and is buried there. 



d. 10-12-1934 IJ-C. 
3-16-1360 and d. 7-31-1903 



,[2] Mary E. workman in N.C. She was b. 11-14-1362 d. 4-4-I946 



ra 

8 - 169 Mary Eliza Cecil b. 12-3-1333 liushvillo, 111. m. Shore NFT 

8 - 170 L'm. J. Cecil b. 10-12-1335 Jackson Co. 111. bur. Rushville ?IFT 
James Arthur Cecil b. 3-30-1337 Alexander Co. 111. bur. Elco NFT 
.;da Christina Cecil b. I89O 111. d. I924 Tex. m. Cole Pro Smith 
Jennie Mae Cecil b. I892 d. 1933 m. George Y:. Cox 
Louis Glen Cecil b. 1397 d. I963 m. Violet xUcers 



8T --7 T 
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8 - 172 

8 - 173 
8 - 174 



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8 - 176 Emma Gertrude Cecil h. 1904 m. Horace Micic 

.lexandor Cecil [naned for his uncle of the sru-n. nrjr.c] was <u-. 
ordamod minister as was his first wife Lucy Flora licwel. Lucy Floras 
parents were Kichard and Mai^ [Lean] IJewoll. AH of Sair.ufal Al^xajiders 
children were by the first wife tut the youn,:cst child, " 
4 when her mother died. The mother she knew'and loved v. , ^ ,eui. 
Rev. Sar.-.uel Alexander Cecil and his second wife Maiy arc buriek in 
the V.'orbnan cemetery at Denton, II. C. This is taken from the survey 
of Davidson Co. N.C. cemeteries by Henry Reeves, genealogist and historian 
and by Yancey 3tone Cecil who surveyed many of the Davidson Co. cemeteries 
looking for Cecil burials. 

6-18 Oliver G. Cegil ^ 
ri.j,,,'' pi,--|2 ,,_ ,3 V/m.Jr'tjBhillipr, 1 -i ■ t 
L'^'''"^^^-^"' -^^-'PhilliifHachel^^"^^ ^^"*=^ 

7 - 102 L0UI3A J. CECIL b. 5-28-1853 d. I-28-I894 

m. Thomas W. Hunt b. I853 d. 1-25-1897 
8 - 177 Marcarlia b. 13S4 d. 13S5 

[dual line as above ] 

7 - 103 NA:TCY C. CECIL b. 7-26-1857 d. 3-10-1S90 
m. 8-I8-ISS7 V;. K. Hughes b. d. 

8 - 173 Carrie Hughes b. d. m. V.'ilson NFT 

8 - 179 Alson Hughes b. d. IIFT 

8 - 180 Ed. Hughes b. d. .'fPT 

8 - iSl Oliver Hughes b. d. Jfl'T 

[dual line as above ") 

7 - 105 ;.LU{Y CnOLINE CECIL b. 3-12-1862 d. 6-14-1392 
m. V.'m. Sechrest 

Mary is buried in the Jerusalem Church cem. near Lexington, N.C. 
8 - 182 i-Iontie Gcchrest b. d. !IPT 

8 - 133 Alice Gcchrest b. d. IIFT 

[ dual line as above ] 

7 - 107 CILIRLEG LEE CECIL b. 12-19-1367 4.5-30-1940 bur. New Jerusalem 
Cem. at High Foint, IJ.C. 

m.[l] 12-25-1902 Minnie Louise H-UJit b. 5-7-1375 d- 1-29-1925 
rn.[2] Mrs. Mattie Clodfelter b. 3-14-1337 d. 10-3-1951 

[Mattie v;as dau. of John L. & ;jiianda [Allen] V.Tiite ] 
8 - 184 Nona Lee Cecil b. d. m. J.C. Dillard NFT 
8 - 185 Beulah Cecil b. d. m. V.'.C. Gray KPT 

6-19 Samuel Alexander Cecil j- 

7 - 110 JULI-1 CECIL b. 5-I9-IS53 d. 2-5-1935 

m. Reverend Isaac York "Ike" b. 2-9-1341 d. 4-24-19^4 

8 - 186 ;.rthur .Alexander York b. 5-3-1341 liFT 

8 - 137 Haif.u&l Lee York [deaf mute] NTT 

8 - 133 John Gurncy York NFT 

8 - 139 Mamie Isabel York --PT 

8 - 190 Laura b. 6-1 5-1871 d. 12-27-1929 m. J.C. Guratt NFT 

8 - 191 Minnie Louella York I^FT 

8 - 192 Charles Elliott York NFT 

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The Rev. Isaac York v;a3 the son of John II. and Mary [Brisendync] York, and was 
born near Olin, Irodoll Co. li.C. Julia and "Ike" York are b-oried in Pleasant 
Grove cenjetery near High Point, IJ.C. It is recalled by people who remember 
them that Julia was a big woman, about 5 '9" tall, and big boned. Ike stood 
only about 5' 5" tall. ...n impression memory is that in the v;inter time he 
wore a long black scarf wrapped about Lis head and neck. 

6 - 19 Samuel Alex. Cecil 

r,-, 1 „. .-,,.„2,, ^ 3Wm.Jr., Phillip^-, -, -, . -1 

Kml ,rhillif ,'.'m.Cr.„, . ^. . ' 4„ , ■r5dual line 

'- ' Phillip, Rachel -' 

7 - 111 CILa:LE3 .;TLAG CECIL b. 7-28-lSi35 d. 9-12-1921 N.C. 
m.[l] 2-19-1832 Lue Teague b. 2-6-1S6G d. 3-3-1906 
m.[2] 6-4-1907 Sarah ll. Laws [Guilford Co- record] 
8 - 193 Almah Cecil b. 3-12-1383 d. 1-7-1913 
- 194 Bessie Cecil b. 3-14-1886 d. IO-I-I958 m. Durland IIF? 

Charles .'.tlas Cecils will is found in Guilford Co. N.C. !.'ill Bk. J. page 4- 
Charles J... wa.s a graduate of old Trinity College, was a minister, and served 
three years as President of the M.C. Methodist Conference. His brother Yancey, 
next yoimger than he, had lost an arm and Charles an arm. The two men were 
devoted to one another and it is recalled "they were quite a sight, driving 
dowii the road iri a buggy "Hitii just one pair of arnis between them." 

[dual line as above ] 

7 - 112 Y;^;CEY PIBEL CECIL b. 6-9-1353 d. 4-21-1924 N.C. bur. Pleasant Grove 
m. 6-12-1883 ."liTianda Melissa Kennady b. 7-11-1360 d. 12-13-1904 
Both are biiried in Pleasant Grove cem. near High Point, II. C. 
8 — 195 Vader Elvira Cecil b. 1834 d. I907 lO" James Ilodgecock 
8 - 196 Mattie Caroline Cecil b. 1386 d. I9II m. Homer Swaim IIPT 
8 - 197 Ethv=l :.Iai\y Cecil b. 1333 J. I965 m. John Clarence Mewby 
8 - 193 Ilammett ^uidrew Alexander Cecil b. 1390 d. I96I m. Zada Ivagner 
8 - 199 Clyde E. b. 4-I-I892 d. 8-3-I896 

8 - 200 Cletus Mai-vm b. 9-12-1394 d. 2-7-1964 Unm. NPT 
8 - 201 Wade Wilson b. 1896 m. Bosia Lee Stone 
8 - 202 Otis h'ayne b. I899 m. Bertha Moore 
8 - 2-3 Zella May Cecil b. 5-21-1902 d. 10-4-1905 

[ as above 1 

i — -Ij .kijriiiijuo bijUi:,ijijii.n Oijoxij 0. ■J—±j—j.\j<j^ a. j.\J—£.y—±yxi 

m. 1-15-1892 Cloena Kennedy b. 9-23-1868 d. 4-1-1947 

8 - 204 Bertha May b. 12-7-1892 d. 5-4-1893 

8 - 205 Aros Coke Cecil b. 1896 d. 1953 m. Nannie Louisa Bowman 

8 - 206 Gcdith Delia b. 9-I5-I9OI d. IO-II-I9OI 

Buried Pleasant Grove Methodist Church cem. near High Point, IJ.C. as are most 
of the children of Samuel Alexander Cecil. 

[as above ] 

— j-xO Liuu V XiV.i KjljKjs.u D. ^— jvJ- j. jU ( a. XJ.— x<l— x^Jx 0^1?. i" xijaScxIi o LrlOVe CCin 

near High Point, N.C. Unmarried. 
Though this vioman leaves no desceiidants, we have found records of a woman so 
warm and loving v;e feel she should have a spot in this family history other 
than her name bracketed in dates. H^r will, in Guilford Co. N.C. Bk.L p. 32 
and dated 3-28-1925 leaves all her property to her beloved niece Cleva 3. 
Smith, and her husband Clarence Smith. Clevas mother and Lou Vinas sister. 
Dace Caroline, had died when Cleva v;as an infant. Lou Vina raised her as her 
ovm, and in later years Cleva and her husband returned in order to care for 
aunt Lou Vina. People remember Lou Vr.na as "a very attractive woman of mod- 

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height with bronze coloured hair, grayish blue eyes, and sho w.-iit.o.l wi - 
a slight limp favoring her right foot which was crippled by polio when 
was a child." It is knovm that she gave beautiful altar chairs tc the Pleas- 
-and Grove Church near High Point, :;.C. 

6-19 Samuel Alex. Cecil 



7 - 117 



Phillip, Rachel 

D.JtIDUS [or B;uiIIEr I);j{103] CECIL b. 10-3-1369 d. 1-27-1933 

u.[l] IO-2-IS93 /.lineda Kennedy fc. 1S72 d. I91I 









m. Catrl Davis 


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1953 


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d. 


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Liz2 


-ie Griffin 






a. 




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d. 




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in. Levi Fields 


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m 

m.[2] Liz2;ie Griffin 

8 - 207 Pearl Cecil b. d. 

3 - 208 John V.'esley Cecil b. ISS9 

S - 209 Vander Bethea b. I899 

8 - 210 Paul Cecil b. 

3-211 liana Cecil b. 

8 - 212 Clarence M. Cecil b. 

Following are children by marriage to Lizzi 

8 - 213 Ruth Cecil b. 

^ — "^14 i'labcl Cecil b. 

8 - 2i;> I-iildred Cecil b. 

8 - 216 Kerrr.it Cecil b. 

8 - 217 Novella' Cecil b. 

8 - 213 Do land Darious Cecil b. 

8 - 219 Arville b. 

[as above ] 

7 - 118 DACE CAKOLIIIE CECIL b. 3-1-1371 "died in her early 30b" 
in. Thomas Boles 

8 - 220 Leona who d. when about 10 years of age. 
8 - 221 Cleva Boles b. I9OI m. Henry Smith 

Dace Caroline - the first name apparently pronouiiced like Daisy and often 
found spelled that way. In a Bible record her full name of Dace Caroline 
Talitha Tolbert Cecil appears. She died when her dau. Cleva was a baby 
and Cleva was raised by her auiit Lou Vina Cecil. 

[ as above ] 

7 - 119 JOHN ADDISON CECIL b. 10-l>l373 d. 7-23-1930 

m. 2-3-1897 lilary Elizabeth Regans b. 6-15-1372 d. 9-12-195S 

She the daughter of Jacob Regans. 

8 - 222 Victor M. Cecil b. 1397 d- I960 m. Et-iel Hill 

6-21 Jesse Vj. Cecil ^ 

r,, 1 „,.,,. 2,. ^3 Wm-Jr."^ ,Phillipr, , ,. -. 
[l.'m.,Fhillip,l.m.3r^pj^^^^^'H Rachel^^^^^ ^'"^^ 

7 - 123 DAVID OLIVER CECIL b. 12-26-1866 d. II-I6-I94I 

m. 3-11-1890 Iredell Co.N.C. to Diaiiua Lualta M;y-ers b. 1-16-1373 
and who d. 5-6-I962. Daughter of v;m.& Aurelia [Richards] ;.lj-ers. 



3 


_ 


^0 -> 


Carl I.Ij,-ron b. 5-31-1391 d. 




III. Esther 


H'odgin 






u 


_ 




Jessie Elizabeth b. 3-2-1592 




m. Gurney 


Barker 


HTT 




u 


_ 


22:3 


ulixxaili h\!ali. D. i.c— f—±<>^H 








NFT 






— 


226 


Lillie Lee b. 1397 d. I965 




m. Ira B. 


Dunn 




3 


— 


227 


;.relia Lualta b. 2-26-1901 








NFT 


8 


_ 


228 


David Allen Myers born and died 


1903 






8 


- 


229 


;aien Brown b. 9-7-1904 d. 


4-15-1906 







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8 - 230 David ..lien Cecil b. 7-22-1903 NFT 

8 - 231 George Donovan " b. 2-3-1911 NTO 

8 - 232 Joseph Gilbert " b. 12-11-1913 NFT 

The birth dates and names for the children of David Oliver Cecil were found 
in an old family bible. On page 939 Quaker Genealogy Encyclopedia v;e find 
"Davad Cecil and wife Dianna L. and minor children, Correll I-I. and Jessie 
Elizabeth and Vlilliam E., received into membership of Friends." On page 63I 
we find, "Jessie Elizabeth Cecil of High Point, IJ.C. reported married to Gur- 
-ney Barker on 2-5-1917". llote phonetic spelling of Carl - "Correll". 

6-21 Jesse W. Cecil 

r ,, 1 , .,,. 2 ,, ^ 3. Wm.Jr.7 Phillip^, , ,. -, 

urn., Phillip, uiii.or. ,„, . T , . T, , ^ dual ImeJ 

L ' ^' 'Philxip, Rachel -' 

7 - 127 RODERT TALMADGE CECIL b. 7-29-^876 d 

m. 12-22-1909 ;.agusta Edna DuBose b. 7-7-1383 dau. of Oscar Beverly 

and Janie Catherine [Josey] DuBose. 

8 - 233 i^ugusta DuBose Cecil b. d. m.V/m.Frazer 

8 - 234 Sarah Eliz. Cecil b. d. m.D Lowry Lasher 

8 - 235 Martha b. d. m.Malcome Little 

In 1910 Robert Talmadge Cecil moved to opartansburg, Il.C. where he organized 

Cecils Business College. In 1922 he bought Emmanuel Business College of Ashe- 

-ville, Il.C. and renamed it Cecils Business College. There is no further rec- 
-ord for any of his children. 

[ as above ] 

7 - 123 LE'/I MOFFITT CECIL b. 3 '22. l830 d. 6-11-1947 

July 1910 Inez Fulenwider Felder b. 2-13-1831 d. 11—9=1953 

Richard Felced Cecil b. I-I2-I913 NFT 

Levi Mo f fit Cecil Jr. b. 5-6-I914 KFT 

Mary Margaret Cecil b. 4-7-J-91'-' ^^^ 

Charles Fulenwidei' Cecil b. 11-3-19^-7 NFT 

Jean Felder Cecil b. 9-26-I919 NFT 

Henry Shuford Cecil b. 2-24-1921 NFT 

Robert Miller Cecil b. 3-11-1924 NFT 

6-22 Charles L. Cecil, 

ttt 1 ni ■ 1-1 ■ 2 ,. ^3 Vim.Jr.'^ Phillip , -,-!„- 
Nm., Phillip, V.m.Gr. ,^, ..^. „ , ^ aual Ixne 
'- ' ' 'Phillip, Rachel 

7 — 132 oHGCKLEy D. CECIL b. 1— 13— 1j59 ^' 7~20— 192u Ind. 

m. Mary Clementine Kirkpatrick b. I-I4-I866 d. 11-10-1955 

Dau. of James & Lucinda [Neuhouse] Kirkpatrick. 
8 - 243 Charles l.'alter Cecil b. 7-19-1390 Payette Co. Ind. d. I969 

Tas above ] 

I — ijj ui-LnltiLi Ljbiij Oiji^iij U. J)— |— iuOU a. j—Li—j.y^u 

m. Liuretta IJilson b. 2-2-1365 d. 5-4-1951 

Dau. of John VJesley & Sarah [Keiuiedy] VJilson. She is buried at 2ion 

Reformed Church cem. near Thomasville, N.C. 

o — 244 Sarah V. Cecil b. d. m. Butler Fitzgeraxd 

8 - 245 Gertha Cecil b.b. d. II-9-I95I m. S.E. Payne NFT 

8 - 246 Esta Mae Cecil b. 12-7-1338 d. 4-22-1933 m. T.F. Shoaf NFT 

8 - 247 Ervin Lee Cecil b. I89I d. m. 1-25-1917 Mary Lenore Payne 

8 - 248 Chfirles Fred' Cecil b. 9-5-I896 m. ;.lice Sechrest NFT 

S - 249 Hampton Laggette Cecil b. I9OI m.[l] Cecilia Mozingo 

and [2] Mary Alexander NPT 

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m. 


July 


3 


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8 


- 237 


8 


- 233 




u 


- 239 


8 


- 240 


8 


- 241 


8 


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6-22 Charles L. Cecil 

[N.n!,FhillipfKm.3r.^:'^rJr,f Fhi,lliF5 

^' 'i hillip Racfiel dual line J 

7 - 135 :J:VILLE CICERO CECIL b. 3ept. 1365 d. I-9-I926 

m.[l] 2-I4-IS93 :.:ary Maria Iledgecock b. 12-29-1373 d.8-8-1906 

'"'L^J 12— 1— 191;> Vivian Dicks 

8 - 250 r;ina Foarl b. 5-22-1394 d. 11-14-1940 m. Geo. Calvin Fa^v.^- 

8 - 251 Harold A. Cecil b. 1896 m. Laura Dicks 

8 - 252 Helen B. Cecil b. m. Clarence Blakely 

8 - 253 Flavious U. C^cil b. 190I m. Ethel Durham 

[as above ] 

7 - 136 FuJIDALL L. CECIL b. 3-7-1363 d. I-6-I931 

nr..[l] I-2-IS96 Elizabeth ICenned;y- who d. I9OI 

ra.[2] 12-2-1903 Acenith Bodcnhamer b. 7-4-1376. 

8 - 254 Jesse McClain Cecil b. IS97 d. I95O rn. Eva Griffin 

3 - 255 Josephine Elizabeth b. 9-I5-I904 m. 1-27-1926 Geo. Poin- 

-dfcxter b. 2-5-1901 I<TT 

8 - 256 Jacob Edward Cecil m. 12-7-1935 to V.ilma Soger 
8 - 257 Charles uassell b. 7-28-1915 d. 9-14-1942 :iFT 

3 - 253 ohelby Cecil d.y. 

[ as above "] 

7 — 13<-' J.1.C03 EDVinRD CECIL b. 7-4—1^72 d. 12—7—19^^ 

m. 4-7-1395 Margaret Tlewby b. 5-19-1376 d. I-I-I95O 
3 - 259 Leona Cecil b. d. m. '..'illie Pope & Geo. Nelson 

3 - 260 Callie Cecil b. d. m. Lawrence Darr KPT 

3 - 261 Lawrence Cecil b. d m. Velina Hodgcns IIPT 

8 - 262 Vinton Cecil b. d m. Lillie 3echrest in!7 

3 - 2o3 Delia Cecil b. d m. Charles HcManus I^FT 

8 - 264 Mabel Cecil b. d. m. Jerome Alexander IJPT 

8 - 265 Margaret Cecil b. 4-14-1914 d. M. Neries Shoaf NFT 

3 - 266 Lauretta b d m. McCoy Sechrest NFT 
8 - 267 Caroline Octavia b. 6-7-1905 d. 10-20-1914 

The above family of Jacob Edward Cecil is from the book Descendants of 
Silas Peace by Raymond Peace of High Point, N.C. Also some data was found 
in an obituary. 

[ as above ] 

7 - 139 JE:JIETTE SUr.;jI CECIL b. 7-4-1872 [twin to Jacob Edw.] d. 1-5-1964 
m. 1897 to 1-J. Thomas Kennedy b. 1374 d. July 1963 
8 - 263 Kathleen b. 

m.[i1 m-[2l Russell 

Thomas Kennedy 1374 - I968 was a rich source of early fazaily history. Ho 
had lived all his long life in the Thomasville N.C. commuidty where he died 
He took a great interest in family history as appai^ently his parents did 
before him. It was he who said "The Cecil and the Kermedys alwa^-s got along, 
and they married each other ' cause there waren't no one else", i^e^also 
said "The Cecils were known for two things — preachin' and fightin' ". 
According to all provable records Mr. Kennedys recall was exceedingly acc- 
-urate and reliable. 



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274 


8 - 


275 


8 - 


276 


8 - 


277 



6 — 2u itiley Cecil 

1 2^4. 5 
[V;m. , Phillip 7v«m.Sr. , h'm.Jr. , Daniel' J .] 

iri.[l] Dtones 

m.[ l] Peter Boggs 

8 - 269 Phebe Stones b. d m. l^FT 

8 - 270 Nill Boggs b. d m. NPT 

8 - 271 Flora Boggs m. 3 times: 'u'illard, Brown & Glascoe NPT 

[ as above ] 

7 - 145 JEHU rIELVIN "JOHN" CECIL b. l8:i6 d. I926 

m, 9-29-1879 Serena J. Motsinger b. 12-21-1860 d. 12-24-1946 
8 - 272 Elsie Cecil b. I88O d in. John Lee Sink TJFT 

Etta Cecil b. d m. J.Lynn Keimedy NPT 
I'linnie Cecil b. d m. J.K. Beanblossom NPT 
Ddra Bell Cecil b. 7-21-1389 d. 4-24-1943 m. James E. Sink HFT 
Jacob Ransom Asbury Cecil b. d. m. Effie D. Swaim 
Stamey Lee Cecil b. IO-6-I897 d. 12-21-1942 m. Florence Snider 

Lacking dates for all the above children, they are no doubt out of order. 

Jehu i.Ielvin Cecils name has caused confusion for Jehu was aften found as J.Hugh. 

[ as above 1 

7 - 146 CILUILES GEROME CECIL b. 4-15-1360 d- 2-27-1928 

m. I2-4-I887 Mary Elizabeth Cecil, dau. of Burrell & Amaiida [Embler] 

Cecil. Mary E. was b. 9-II-I869 and d. 2-16-1947 
8 - 278 Bessie J. Cecil b. 4-21-1889 d. 5-9-1890 
8 - 279 Eva Lou Cecil b. 1391 d. 1957 m. James Everett Ilepler 

[obit, for Eva Lou lists Mrs Grady Nifong and Chas. Hepler 
as survivors.] NPT 

[ as above ] 

7 - 147 FLOR."i ANN CECIL b. 2-7-1362 d. 7-4-1932 

m. 1-24-1383 Joseph C. Ilayjies b. 1351 d. I94I 

8 - 280 Herman Haynes b. 9-I5-I884 NFT 

8 - 281 Prancini Haynes b. S-I-I888 NPT 

8 - 282 Dora Ellen Haynes b. 12-10-1895 ?^FT 

The above family from family Bible Records. 

u — 32 Vifilliaiii Harrison Cecil 

[V.'m. ,Phillip'7 Wm.Srfj'Km.Jr. , Daniel J; ] 

7 - 152 IL^XKEL CORDELIA CECIL b. I7-23-IS68 d. 4-9-1933 
rii . 1895 J' Phillip Sink b. 1377 U' I96O 

U — (iOJ uux-uc^ CcCli ollllS. Hi' X 

8-284 F. L. Sink NFT 

8 - 285 J. K. Sink NFT 

8-236 C. A. Sink IIFT 

8 - 2S7 Myrtle Hayworth NPT 

8 - 288 Mrs. J. R. Newton NPT 

8 - 289 Mrs. Prank Scott NFT 

The above family names v;ere secured froM an obituary. 

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6-32 William Harrison Cecil 
[Wm!, Phillip, ',;m.5r?,v;m.Jr?, Daniel J:*] 



- 1:33 



CilARLEC lUJ.IILTCN CECIL b. 7-21-1369 d. 8-II-I947 
m. 1889 Frances Oliver b. 3-21-1866 d. 6-28-1954 
A Guilford Co. N.C. m. rcc. fshows "Charlie Cecil and Paimie Oliver 
granted license 11-26-1889" 
8 - 29c Jaji.ea A. Cecil b. 1393 d. I964 

8 - 291 Donna B. Cecil b. d. m. E. Carl 3eaw«:ll IftT 

8 - 292 Maude Cecil b. d. unm. NPT 

8 - 293 D. Stanton Cecil b. 6-27-1901 m. Pranki Oreor 



-J J 



\ as above ] 

I.LJiY ELIZ;J3ETII CIirJGTINE CECIL b, 
m. Jacob Asbury Peace b. 1-7-1372 
and Eliicibeth [Albertson] Peace. 
3 ~ 294 i'label A. Peace d.y. bur. 

Foiub, jI.C. 
8 - 293 liilliam Hcti'i'ison Peace b. 
8 - 296 Hubbard Lee Peace 
8 - 297 Mary Christine Peace m. 
u — 29^ /i.nna Louisa Peace ifi. 

8 - 299 Acenith Cordelia Peace m, 
8 - 300 Radford Peace 
8-301 I'laude Magdalene Peace m. 



4-19-1873 d. 3-11-1917 

d. 3-13-1957, son of Wm. Franklin 



Pleasant Grove cem. near High 



Bernie Burton 
Amos Faulkonbuxg 
James Culbertson 

F.D. l.'alkoys 



:,TT 

:m 

IIFT 
IIFT 
NFT 

:jft 

NFT 



■ lias 



- i:>i 



The records for the above family are from the book Descendants of 
Peace by Raymond Peace of Higli Point, N.C. 

[ as above ] 

V.'ILLI.uM IL-.RRISON CECIL II b. 11-24-1883 d. 10-21-1953 
m. 10-9-1912 Pollie Louise Gechrest b. 7-1-1888 living I966 
when these records wei-e Bt,-cured. 

8 - 302 Mabel Elizabeth Cecil b. I917 rn. Olin Sorrells 
8 - 303 Perrell McCain Cecil b. 9-IO-I918 

Frances Aline Cecil b. 9-27-1920 m. Grady Garner 
Willie Christine Cecil b. 12-11-1922 m. Ervin L. Griffin 

riFT 

6-33 Richard liarns Cecil 

1 ^...,.2 _ ,3 



8 - 304 
8 - 305 



NFT 
IIFT 



[V.'m. , Phillip, 'Wm.Sr. .Philip, Samuel^] 



7 - 158 



SAPu'JI E. CECIL b. 1340 

N.C. 

m.[l] Aiidrew V.caver 

m. 



d. ca 1890 bur. Mt . Olivet near Clemmoms 



[2] George Gpurgeon 
306 Luwia F. V.'eaver b. 
Gidnoy M. '.'eavor b. 
Fate .L.'.Weavern 
Victor Spurgeon 
Oscar Spurgeon 



8 - 307 
8 - 308 
8 - 309 
8 - 310 



d. 
d. 



m. Mattio Ilershcy 
m. Vergie Yarborough NPT 
m. ^Innie Trantham NFT 

NPT 



tag above ] 



7 - 159 ELIZ;.BETH J.'JIE CECIL b. 1842 
m. .ilpheus Ferryman b 
8-311 Henry Ferryman b. 



1 Or 1 



d. 1925 

d. 1927 

d. 



m.Lelia Ripple 



63 



6-13 Kichard liams Cecil 
[l/m. iPhillip^ Wrn,3r.philip'.T Samuel ] 



7 - 16C 



*1-'10IllL Li-Li' J^±lhl J.Ll UljOXij 

X— J— xU ( X L/Orilcxld ijalKc C. 

— jl<i John RicharcL Cicil t 

b. 



U — tLJ—J-Oi-t-J 






1 O'yO 



8-3x4- Vamiy Cecil 

8 - 3x!; Rebecca Cecil 

o — 31^^ i'l^ggxe Cecil b, 

u — jx7 I'liriiiie Cecil b . 

3 - 318 Samuel Grover Cecil b 

8 - 319 Sally Cecil 

Sut; Cecil b . 



xw I X 

1374 
d 
d 



d. 3-6-1903 
lS:;i d. 3-20-1394 

d. 191;3 m. r.Iolly Yarbrough 
d. 19!3i rn. Amanda Jones 

1969 m. Thomas 3. Eanes 
d. m. VJalter K. Toole 

la. Vander Yelvington 
NFT 
NPT 
m. Ed. T. Miller 



7 - 162 D.xVIS KIIJG CECIL b. 2-23-1851 
. 1-26 
- 321 



[ as above ] 
d. 1-25-1923 



m. I-26-IS77 Crissie Jane Miller b. 12-23-lu^vj 



U — j <1 £l 



O /I o 

o'- ■ 

Robert Edgar Cecil b. 1878 d. 1932 rn 
Mary v<il son Cecil b. d. m 
Mat-tie Cleveland Cecil b. 11-2-1884 d. 
m. Charles Young b. 2-6-1878 d 
David Richard Cecil b. 1336 d. 13i 
8 - 325 Sadie Octa Cecil 
8 - 326 Joseph King b. d. 
3 - 327 Infant child d. 1335 



d. 3-14-1931 
, Maude Loft in 
Fred . Sink 



C^— X^ JO 



■> Oyi 



^H 



m. 



NFT 
m. Mary Mitchell 

IJPT 
. Lillie Tysinger 



[ as above ] 




u — 


323 



u — 


329 



u — 


330 



u — 


331 


8 - 


332 


8 - 


333 


8 - 


334 



7 - 163 :-LlRY n. CECIL 

ni.|_lj Junious Evans 

111. [2] Fultz. 

Beatrice Evans 
Els a Evans 
El lard Evans 
Joe Evans 
Blance Evans 
Pearl Evans 
Paul Evans 



7 — 164 xiLICE REBECCii CECIL 
m. J. Harris Curry 
o — 33>' Ireiie Curry 
u — jjo ufcoo ^urr^y 

u — jjl wixvc t/ all j 

8 - 338 Mont Curry 

8 - 339 Julia Curry 

8 - 340 Elizabeth Curry 



m. 
in. 

ITi. 

rn . 
m. 
m. 



Linasay ^i.'niTiernian 
Ed. Burkhart 

xutx oOneo 

Maggie itippxe 
Gobble 



NFT 
NFT 

x.r X 
NFT 
NFT 
NFT 



[ as above ] 



m. ll3.T7vey Iledrick 



NFT 
NFT 
JTFT 
NFT 



[ as above ] 



1353/9 



J-ii-iE'S LEE CECIL b . Cc 
m. 1881 Julia Leonard 

8 - 341 Tilmont Cecil m. 

8 - 342 Charles Hill Cecil b, 
m. Lizzie May Shoaf 



Tucker 



d. 1933 [?] 



NFT 



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S - 1,G Chcrlcc VIeslcy Cecil 

[ Wm.'',Philli^,v;m.Sr?,Philiiy,Samuel-^] 

7 - 169 GiaDIiGE R. CECIL b. 2-20-13:^:^ d. C-4-I929 

m. Margie Jane Laraiing lleiiderson b. 1-2-1337 d. S-24-1918 

Daughter of Lcuining and Jolind [Raker] Henderson. 

8 - 343 John Henry Cecil b. 11-29-1379 d. 7-22-1399 NPT 

8 - 344 Chas. Edw. Cecil b. 1336 d. m. Lillioii Miller 

8 - 34!) Henry Leo Ct^oil b. 9-6-1389 d. 3-1-1390 

8 - 346 Jennie Belle Cecil b. 11-3-1896 d. 9-7-1911 

8 - 347 Magf^ie Louella Cecil b. 11-13-1896 m. 1913 Hoy Eddin^jer Nl-T 

3 - 348 Etta Elizabeth b. 6-23-1399 m. I919 Tom Everhart NKi' 

There is a slight question concerning the accvu'acy of placing George R. 
Cecil as the eldest son of Charles V.'esloy Cecil. His descendants state, and 
with no qualification, that he was the eldest son of Charles Ueslcy Cecil 
who -was kiiown as "u'est" Cecil. George R. Cecils death record lists his 
parents as '..esley and Selonie [Craven] Cecil. This woiJld have been a first 
marriage for Charles V.'cslcy and we have not discovered a marriage record 
for either a first or second marriage. 

[ as above ] 

7 - 171 KEBECC;. FLOREN.^ CECIL "313" b. 10-14-1359 d. 1-25-1934 
m. Henry Franklin Kennedy "Bud" b. 4-7-1856 d. 9-10-1938 
8 - 349 w-illiam Allen Kemiedy b. 3-11-1832 m.[l] Isabelle Midooff 

b. 4-6-1902. Married [2] Lula Hubbai'd :iFT 

8 - 350 Everett Lee Kennedy b. 1384 m. Mary Ella Jones 
- 351 Alice Virginia Kennedy b. I895 d. I964 m. Marvin V.'all 



c 

u 



352 Charles Julian Kennedy b. 1393 m. Emma L. Hill 



[ as above ] 

7 - 172 M;.RY LOU CECIL b. 10-25-lS6l 
in. James H. Kennedy 

8 - 353 Eata Eliz. Kennedy b. I892 m. '.-'alter Meredith Myers 
8 - 354 Lillian Mary Kennedy b. I894 m. Earlie Robert Klass 3r. 
8 - 355 Ransom Dalford Kennedy b. 1896 d. I967 :r,. Florence Chap- 

-pel 
3 - 356 Tr.;v:i Victoria Kennedy b. I890 in. Lloyd Franklin Mathews 

[ as above ] 

7 - 173 ELLE:i ROSA CECIL b. 2-4-1863 d. 10-5-1932 

m. 9-1-1330 Richard Douthard Pope "Dow" b. 3-3-1859 ^- 2-2-1931 
1\\^ son of 3pencer and Elizabeth Cecil Pope. Elizabeth Cecil is 
// 6-7 this book and Richard Douthard Fop^; is 7 - 46. 
8 - Bessie Ida Elizabeth Pope b. I88I d. m. Alfred McQueen Peace 
8 - Charles Early Pope b. 1883 d. 1915 m. Nona M. Dicks 
8 - Frederick Spencer ..lien Pope b. 1903 m. M.yrtle Farrington. 

The children and descendants of Ellen Rosa Cecil and husband Richard D.Pope 
are dealt with fully under Richard Douthard Pope # 7-46 this book page 
53. Hot given numbers here, they are 8 - 107, IO8, and 109 page ot>- 

[ as a.bovo ] 

7 - 174 RICIL-JID FILwKLIN CECIL b. 4-24-1869 d. 7-1-1933 

m. 5-5-1887 Mary Tabitha Morris b. 9-I4-I865 d. 11-29-1940 
The daughter of Benjamin and Sarah Morris. 

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8 - 


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8 - 


- 362 




u - 


- 363 



8 - 3v7 Ransom Levi Cecil b. 1883 d. m. Nora Griffith 

Errianuel Cecil t. IS89 d. m. Bessie Kennedy 

John Vlesley Cecil b. l391 d. I968 rn. twice. 

Mary Elis. Cecil b. I892 d. m. tv;ice 

BenJ. Fred Cecil b. 1394 d.- 'i"'- Maude Ella Kennedy 

Ulxlie Cccij. b. 0— <l! I — j.vjyO d* Ix — ^7 — j-v-*;^ 1 

Allien Roscoe Cecil b. 1393 m. twice 

8 - 364 Flossie Leigh Cecil b. 9-13-1901 d. 11-23-1901 

8 - 3S5 Maggie Mae Cecil b. 1903 d. 19^9 "'• Occo Clarence Ivagner 

8 - 366 Florence Evenlyn Cecil b. I904 m. Cromer Ervin Bowers 

8 - 367 V/illard Ashburn Cecil b. I903 m- Mary Westmoreland 

8 - 368 Nellie Cecil b. 12-3-1903 d. 2-6-I909 

8 - 369 [?] 

6-36 Charles IJesley Cecil 

[Um^PhilliptWm.Sr.;' Phillip, Samuel"^] 

7 - 179 GYLVI.. 3YM.1NTIL. IIENKIETT.. CECIL b. 5-29-1373 d. 1-29-1955 
m. 1390 Cicero Orlando Craven b. 2-11-1373 d. 4-3-1956 
8 - 370 Martha Elizabeth Craven b. IS9I d. 1955 ni. VJn. Troy Glascoe 
8 - 371 Bessie Louvena Craven b. 1393 d. m. Ernest G. Johnson 
8 - 372 Julias Linville Craven b. 1395 w* Maude Mae owaim 
3 - 373 Ina Mae Craven b. 1898 m. Paul Austin Johnson 
8 — 374 Hayinond Garcia Craven b. I9OI :ri. Di^lla Loreua Vaughn 
3 - 375 Minnie Althia Craven b. I903 n\. Lewis Thomas Jones 
3 - 376 Selviri Constantino Craven b. I9O6 d. 195^ 'i'- Gladys A. Jones 
8 - 377 Glennie Nora Craven b. I9O8 m. L'm. Hay Collett 
8 - 378 .Ithelene Craven b. 1912 d. 1944 "i- Hoby Howard Proctor 
8 - 379 Eaniel liesley Craven b. 1914 m- liebecca Livengood 

[ as above ] 

7 - 176 PAULINE VIPiGINIA CECIL b. 3-10-1875 d. 3-31-1966 

m. 4-18-1395 John Calvin Johnson b. 5-23-1373 ti. 4-6-I964 
3 - 380 Lizzie Lou Johnson b. 1396 in. J. Frank Griff en 

8 - 381 Jjinie M^'rtle Johnson 0, 2-11-1397 '^^ 

8 - 382 Piuth Leona Johnson b. 3-l6-l399 d. I-I6-I965 NFT 

8 - 383 Delos Samuel Johnson b. 4-5-J-90i 'u* 3-29-1964 -^TT 

8 - 334 John V.'esley Johnson b. 1-20-1903 NFT 

8 - 385 Edward Glenn Johnsoii b. 5-24-1904 i^F"^ 

8 - 386 Fred Ashburn Johnson b. 10-26-1903 :IFT 

8 - 387 Irvin Lee Johnson b. 12-25-1911 NFT 

8 - 338 Leon Perry Johnson b. 1-4-1915 JJES 
8 - 339 Allen Gorrell Johnson b. 7-9-1917 

r as above 1 

7 - 177 LILLIAN GEOnGi;. CECIL b. 11-5-1330 d. 8-13-1949 

m. 12—25—1^99 '•■illard Lue Burton b. u— 1— lo70 d. 1— 11— 19o9 

Both are buried Floral Gardens Cemetery, High Point, N.C. 

8 - 390 Viola Blance Burton b. I9OC m. John Lee Haywood Gurley 

8 - 391 Chester Leighton Burton b. I903 m. I924 Margaret Joy Alevjine 

8 - 392 Robert .Ulen Burton b. I9O6 m. Mayme Lucille Cagle 

8 - 393 Kermit kay Burton b. I92O m. twice 

Many or most of the records of the above Burton family were taken from the 
book Descendants of Silas peace by Raymond peace of High Point, N.C. 

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CIL'iTTEH VIII 

7-1 Josephine Cecil [Taylor] 

[Wm., Phillip, Wm.Sr.,V.'m.Jy'J, John B^.Wm.BTj 

8-1 JCini KU33ELL T/.YLOn b. 11-24-136^ d. 1-22-1923 Ho. 
m. Elizabeth Ellen 3tout b. 9-5-1S73, d. Dec. 1953 
Elizabeth is John Uussells 2nd cousin. ~ho is // 3-33 this book. 
9-1 LavvTence imssell Ta^'lor b. IS95 WFT 

9-2 Oylvia Zolma Taylor b. 139S d. I97O m. Francis McGrath 
9-3 Albert Kuuneth Taylor t. I9OO i,u three times 
9-4 Clinton Cecil Ta^^lor b. 1902 m. three times 
9-5 Cristal Mario Taylor b. 7-9-I9O6 d. infancy 
9-6 Faul Taylor b. 4-IO-I9IO d. I964/5 m. .aleui Oriffen .VPT 

[ as above ] 

3-2 CIURLEG l.'EGLEY TAYLOIi b, 3-29-1367 d. 2-4-1936 Mo. 

m. Bertie and div. 

9-7 Kuth Taylor b. 2-28-1893 IJFT 

9-3 Lula Taylor b. 12-3-1894 NFT 

9-9 Charles Logan Taylor b. 9-13-1896 HFT 

[ as above ] 

3-3 J-u-IEG EDV.VJa T;.YLOii b, 4-19-1374 d. 10-21-19^2 Mo. 
m. Etta Ann Black 

9-10 Viola Taylor b. 1900 m. Howard Estes omii.h 
9-11 Thomas Edward Taylor b. 1901 in. Lollii; Foilette 

7-2 John U'esley Cecil 
[Wm.,Phillipt Wm.Sr-?,Vlm.Jr.,John B'^'.Wm.B. ] 

3-7 v;iLLi;j-i v:e3ley cecil b. 3-5-1373 Mo. d. 11-1S-194S Mo 

m. 6-19-1393 Louisa Viola McClure b. d. S-14-1960 

9-12 Molvin Urn. Cecil b. I9OO d. 1959 m. Claribel Chamberlin 

9-13 Elver V.'esley Cecil b. 3-22-1901 d. 1-4-1971 rn. Lottie 

9-14 John Roy Cecil b. 6-12-1903 d. 12-13-1949 Uiun. 

9 - 15 Cleo McClure Cecil b. I-2-I906 m. 2-3-1933 r... Delma Viola 

Case. "o children. 

9-15 Doi-othy Louise Cecil b. 1903 ~.. J. Clay-ton Mitchel 

9-17 lladine Margaret Cecil b. I9IO m. Chas . Raymond Roberts 

9-18 VJilliajn V.'esley Cecil Jr. b. 1913 m. liazcl Vandine Ellis 

9 - 19 Gerald Oscar Cecil b. 1922 m. Helen Rowlctte 

[ as above ] 

3-3 MIiTJIE .ILELL CECIL b. 9-27-1375 -i- 3-9-1947 

m. 12-9-1901 i;ill J. Weaver [_Johnson Co. Mo. ct . hse. recordj 
9-20 Mildred Weaver ^^^ 

9-21 Sasel L'eaver ^^^ 

[ as above ] 

8-12 ELI.IER ELL3V;0RTH CECIL b. 8-29-1839 d. I969 
m. 6-25-1913 Sarah Jane Jansen b. 
9-22 Mary Virginia Cecil b. m. ^I.tiller IJFT 

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7-5 Alexander Russell Cecil 
[VIm],Phillip?Um.3r^,i;m.Jr'^,John B? l.'m.B.] 

8-21 REUBEiT EDGAi; CECIL b. 3-25-1333 

m. 6-13-1908 Edith Lutitia Derr b. 12-27-1335 d. 4-12-1965 Nebr. 
The dau. of John H. & .ilice [Gates] Derr of Tecumseh, Nebraska. 

9-23 .-.Ita Derr Cecil b. 10-21-1910 m. 4-30-1935 Geo. David Koch 
9-24 Teola Marion Cecil b. 2-17-1919 in. 3-24-1940 .Arthur Vi . IJilson 

Reuben Edgar Cecil is the father of the author oi this book and it is to 
him, along with his father, that this book is dedicated. Reuben was a mach- 
-inist and tool and die maker of Lincoln, Ilebraska, where he was e.-aplyed by 
the Cushman Motor Co. at the time of his retirement. During V.'.V.'.II years he 
was a die maker for Martin Bomber in Omaha, IJebr. 

On I-24-I9OI Reuben began construction of an automobile, the third 
in the city of Lincoln, IJebr., and made to his own design. This car v<as re- 
— stored in 1958 and Reuben has enjoyed driving it irj parades or at special 
antique car exhibitions. Jle still has the record book of its manufactiire 
as well as the wooden patterns for the engine. Reuben is interested in ant- 
-ique clocks, the study of astronomy, and the physical sciences in general. 
Even I'etii'eineiit years have iiot afforded enough tiiae fox' all tht things he 
would like to do. 

Reuben Edgar Cecil was born at his grandmother Gilletts home in La- 
Payette, 3tark Co., 111. lii lS35 his parents moved to Ilebraska, going first 
to Aurora and then shortly to Lincoln where they bought property at 34th and 
R. streets. In Dec. I904 Reuben and his parents bought the property at 53j^d 
and Gt . and it was to this home that Reuben brought his bride in I908. 
They lived in one half of the big eleven room house located on 9 acres of land. 
In 1954 » when the encroachment of a big and growing city made holding such 
a large property untenable, Reuben and Edith moved to 38OI 3o . 4oth and he 
continued to live there for a year after Ediths death. Residing novi at 452 
Gherman St., Tecumseh, Kebr. he is close to his daughter Teola and her family. 
He has no church or lodge affiliations but his life is the exemplification 
of the best of both. 

7-3 liancy M. Cecil [Taggart-Gtockton] 

['tim. , Phillip^ Wm.Gr., IJm.Jrl", John B.f Ivm.B. ] 

3-22 CLIIJTON iLlRCELIUG TJ.GG.u^T b. 1-29-1334 Johnson Co. Mo. d. IO-I9-I95O 
ci,x oiieiiacin, i.yu . 
m. Frances Buttinger. Div. 1925 

9-25 Francis Cecil Taggart b. 1912 m. Jessie Garna Long 
9-26 Rose Marie Taggart b. 1919 n"'* Robert J. McKenna Jr. 

7-9 Julia J. Cecil [Taggart j 

[Wm. , Phillip, V.'m.Sr. ,V,"m. Jr. 7john B.^ Wm.B.] 

8-23 NORA I T:.GG;JtT b. 7-30-1882 Lafayette Go. Mo. d. 2-20-1937- buried 
at Cornelia, Mo. 

m. William Franklin Taylor b. 3-31-1882 d. 10-14-1938 #8-27 this bk. 
9-27 Delmar Donovan Taylor b. 19O4 d. 1931 .Ti. Dorothy Jackson 

[ as above ] 

8-24 MIUDE TAGGART b. 3-27-1888 living I971 in K.C. Mo. 
m. 7-14-1907 John V.'arnick b. 7-6-1886 d. 5-IO-I964 

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9-25 Willard l.'arniclc b.9-6-1908 d. Ma^- I970 rr^T 

9-29 Crystal VJarnick t. 3-21-1911 -^[[..j, 

9-30 Gene VJarnick b. I-2I-I913 served ;;.. .11 ^r.- • 

9-31 Francis V.arnick b. 5-10-191!^ served V.'.V.'.H T.'f 

9-32 Robert v;arnick b. 3-31-1926 aerved U.V.'.II 'jpT 

7-13 Mary Cecil [Stout] 

[Wm.,Phillip^i;m.Sr-?,V:m.JrT,John B^, Thomas] 

8-26 JOini TIIOMAG GTOUT b. 1-12-1361 d. 2-31-1926 
m. 3-4-1884 Lucy Jones 

9-33 Nellie Stout b. 3-17-1890 d. 4-9-1923 Unm. 
9-34 Tressa Stout b. 7-27- lO_ d. 11-7-1923 Unm. 

[ as above ] 

8-27 LousETTiE j:.:m stout b. 2-4-1863 d. 12-16-194S 

r.-i. 12-26-1330 John '.;. Taylor b. 9-21-13^3 d. 2-20-1944 
9-35 V.'illiam Franklin Taylor b. 1332 d. I938 

m. 1902 Ilora Taggart ,/ 8 - 23 this book. 
9-36 Levi Harrison Taylor b. 10-4-1338 d. 1-24-1936 

m. 8-25-1923 Nora Crook b. 9-I6-I893 -TFT 

9-37 Elsie Irene Taylor b, 1394 m. I918 Howard Bud Cain 
9-38 Fay Beatrice Taylor b. 10-26-1903 m. I923 Chester 1. \k - 
-rope. 

[ as above ] 

3-23 ALLEN LOUIS STOUT b. II-I6-I864 d. June 1943 

m. 3-31-1391 Becca IJobbs b. 9-27-1373 d. 12-23-1959 
9-39 Ethel Nadine Stout b. 10-7-1396 d. Mar. I919 
9-40 Emriiabelle Stout b. I904 m. Harry Simpson 

[ as above ] 

m.[l] 11-25-1386 Jolui J. Roberts 

m.[2] 10-27-1892 Hamilton Howard 

9-41 Elmer Roberts b. 11-11-1387 

9 — 42 Leslie Roberts b. 3— 19— ^'^'-'9 

9-43 Reva Hov>(ard b. IO-I9-I893 

9-44 Kile Howard b. 3-19-1395 d. 11-23-1970 m. Georgia Marr NFT 

9 - 45 Gleri Howaid b. 3-15-^399 !"• Cori-ine Bancroft NFP 

Lhas adopted son, Lyniij 
9-46 Bennice Hov;ard b. 8-2O-I904 m. Oral Landis 
9-47 Dale Howard b. 2-2-1907 d. 5-3-1941 m. Nellie Hemisfar lii-T 
9-43 Jice Hov;ard b. m. Cordie Haller 

[ as above ] 

8-30 HIR;uM GTu^Vr stout "rorter" b. 10-24-1363 d. 2-2-1940 
m. 9-6-1393 Erama Davis b. 12-18-1369 d. 4-9-1944 
9-49 Robert Curtis Stout b. II-23-I896 d. 12-6-1927/3 

m. Nadine Johnson b. 6-15-1397 d. 2-3-1934 No children hfFl' 
9-50 Mary Gertrude b. 12-26-1399 d. 3-19-1934 i". F.L. Latta NI'T 

[ as above ] 

3-32 NANCY FLORENCE STOUT b. 3-16-1873 d. 5-26-1945 Mo. 

m.[l] 12-23-1892 Geo. ;:ashinf^ton Baker b. 4-25-l36l d.2-12 -iCi^:- 
m.[2] 10-2-1904 Oliver E. Marr b. 3-21-1374 d. 9-27-1964 

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Leulah Janettc Baker "b. lS94 cl. rri. V.'alter Lev;is Downing 
Lucile Gladys Marr b. 8-21-130:> m.S - 30-1930 Royal A Johnson 
who was b. 1-5-1907 and d. 9-28-19,67 

Charles Everett Marr b. 3-9-190? m. twice 

Lorraine Belle Marr b. IO-I3-I909 m. 12-23-' 33 Thos. VJ.Burford b.'07 
.Albert Ewi ng ;.Iarr b, 5-27-1912 m. raidred V.'oodford b.8-11-1913 
Edward Hugh Marr b. 12-27-1914 m. KcthaBell on 10-5-1945 
Harley Eugene Marr b. 5-1-1913 m. Lillian Silvers b. 3-27-1917 

■1 1 -I - (T^ -^~~ n -^ 1^- ■^^'^-^ — .11-'-"' 

I — xj) -■la.r^ Ut;Cxx|_ otOUiv j 

[Wm. ,Phillip^V.Tn.3rf ,Vi!n.Jr. , John bV Thos.] 

3-33 ELIZ;:JETII ELLEN 3T0UT b. 9-5-1375 d. Bee. 1953 

m.[l] S-16-1894 John Russell Taylor b. 11-24-1365 d. 1-22-1923 

m.[2] Frarik Si dwell 

m.[3] Oliver Marr [widower of her sister Ilancy Florence] on 11-8-1948 

Elizabeths first husband is the father of her children. He is a Cecil 

descendant, the son of James & Josephine [Cecil] Taylor. Josephine [Cecil] 

Taylor is # 7 - 1 this book, and John Russell is #8 - 1. The children of 

Elisabeth and John Rusoll Taylor listed page 67 this book. 

[ as above 1 

8-34 FrulNCIo MUIIOIT STOUT "Fraiik" b. 5-5-1379 i. 3-5-1953 

m. 10-19-1899 Lena Blanche Cull b. 1-5-1330 d. 1-12-1963 

9-64 Franklin Hayes Stout b. 5-30-1900 d. July I969 m. Edna i:ard 

9-65 Miiuiie Christina Stout b. 11-17-1902 fu. Jesse Mifflin 

9-66 Alma Jeanette Stout b. I905 m. Sterling Mifflin 

9-67 Nellie Prances Stout b. I913 m. John Phillips 

9-68 VJilliaia Emmet Stout b. I916 m. Shirley Irene Browning 

7-23 V.'illiam B. Albertson 

[lvm;,Phillipt t.'m.SrfjWm.Jr't, John B^, Rachef] 

8-43 R03C0E ALBERTSON b. 4-3-1383 

m.[l] \ni\ Easton b. I-2O-I9O4 d. 3-20-1925 Children by 1st marriage 

m.[2] 

9-69 Robert Albertson b. 9-23-1915 ^ITT 

9-70 Sybeal Albertson b. II-IO-I9I7 'IFT 

9-71 Russell Albertson b. 1-23-1919 NFT 

9-72 LaRue ;.lbertson b. 10-9-1921 ^rPT 

So far as is known, all the above ,i.lbertson descendants live in Calif. 

7-25 Vv'illiam Henry Cecil 

1 '^ "* /I h Oi 

[V;m. ,Phillip7 V;m.Sr'^,Wm.Jr. ,John B. Daniel] 

8-50 BESSIE CECIL b. l3S2 [?] 

ra. 10-31-1907 M. A. Frank Workman 

9 —73 Gilbert '..'orlaaan UFT 

[ as above ] 

8-51 FALBIA CECIL b. 11-29-1334 d. 4-12-1957 Mo. 

m. 9-9-1909 Amos Helterbrand Lived Cornelia, Mo. 

9-74 Infant son — no name or date. 

9-75 Ophelia Margaret Helterbrand b. I912 m. Cleo Haskel 

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7-23 '.'illitUi Henry Cecil 

[Wm., Phillip^ '..'i.n.3r.,Wm.JrT,John 11^ Danierj 

8 - :;2 GUOVEli CLIFTC:.' CECIL "Cliff" b. 10-3-13S6 d. 11-24-1957 at '..'indowr 
Mo . 

m. 4-27-1909 5.-t Clirxton Mo. to .uinie Etta Fisher b. 10-2-1337 and 
who d. 5-31-1937i '.'indsor, Mo. Both are buried Mineral Creek cem., 
Post Oak Township, Johnson Co. Mo. 

9-76 Betty Louise Cecil b. I-3O-I911 m. 4-6-I95I Holland E. Hicks 
who d. 4-25-1966. Ifo further record. 

9-77 Ferry V.'illiam Cecil b. 1913 m. Eva Josephine McDaiiiel 

[ as above 1 

8-53 DEIWIS J. CECIL b. 4-22-1338 d. 1-13-1927 at farm home so. of \iuphg. 
m. Emma Abraham Dennis bui". Mineral Creek com. 

9-73 Oneida M. Cecil b. I913 d. 1923 

[ as above ] 

8-54 GEKTRUDE CECIL b. 4-19-;.390 d. I913 
m. 4-27-1910 Ernest 3urbaugh 
9-79 Marjory Mildred ourbaugh b. I9IO Johnson Co. Mo. 

m. C.H. Smith 
9-30 Frances Zelma ourbaugh b. 1913 ii'« Johannes [?] 

[ as above ] 

3-55 HEraEIiT BKY.uI CECIL "Little Jack" b. 6-12-1396 
rr.. 10-23-1919 Iva Louise McMurplv 
9 - 3l \.'ilina Cecil b. 1920 m. Emory Bell 
9-32 Maxine Cecil b. 1922 1,.. U'illiain D. 3tahl 
9-83 Lelia Fciu C^=cil b. 1923 :"• I&aac Corral 
9-84 '..'alene Cecil b. I924 m. Bill Baird 
9 — 85 Virgil Cecil b. 1927 ■"• iiobalie 3alta!uan 
9-86 Betty Cecil b. 1931 m. Don Dicavoli 
9-87 Vera Cecil b. 1933 m. John Henry Gee 
9-33 John II. Cecil b. 1934 m. Lois May '..'ells lio children. 

[ as above ] 



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8-56 ZUDIE CECIL b. 6-12-1396 [twin to Herbert Bryaiij 

m.[l] 4-3-1915 Ernest McMurphy [coui't house record] 

m.[2] i.'illiain McMurpliy 

m.[3] Marion Callahan and lives FleascUiton, Kansas 

9 - 89 Flossie ^^^ 

9-90 Francis Vir/s:il ^^ 

9-91 Kathryn ^^^ 

7-26 Phebe Jane Cecil [Marr] 

[VIm!,Phillipt V,'m.3rf,Wm.Jr'^,John B"^, Daniel ] 

3-59 MAUDE TIIEOLA M;.Pa{ b. 7-24-1873 Mo. d. 8-23-195^ Clinton, Mo. 

m. James Clayton Murphy b. IO-6-I86I Lyonsville, Pa d. 2-2^-1931 

9 - 92 Clyde Murphy JJ^ 

9-93 James Itoy viurph.v ^'Jlt 

9-94 Stanly i.Iurphy J^ 

9-95 Don Murpliy 

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9-96 John Murphy NFT 

9-97 Glenna Murphy b. 12-12-1902 Unnr.. 

.Address: 60? E. Franklin, Clinton, Mo. 64735 
9 - 93 Inez Bucile Murphj' b. I904 Leeton Mo. m. Geo. E. Downer 
9-99 Lois Geal Murpli^' b. I916 m. Harry Kiefer 

J — i_o I^ancy ^-i. Cecix I Ewin^j 
[V.'m! jFhillip^Wm.Sr. , Win. Jr?, John B'T', Daniel ] 

— Oj KjiJi-hi ii-j J. j_iblj;i. IulIiju D. <^— xif— xi_' ( o a. xi^y- xo — x^ jq- 

ui • ( — 9— x90o »'»aloGr oCOob oii.aii6y ^j. d. x— 3x— x9x^ 

9 - 100 Herbert Chaney b. 5-4-I907 d. rn. Esta Lee steward b. 7-I3-I908 
9 - 101 IlGrman Scott Chaney b. 2-I3-I909 d. Oct. I96I m. twice 
9 - 102 Ruth B. Chaney b. 10-2^-1910 Cedar Grove Mo. m. 7-3-1942 
Clarence l.'illard Henry b. Ainsworth, Nebr. IJo children. 
Clarence retired from the Marines x95S' Ruth does volunteer 
ivork for M.E. Church, is member of Vista Garden Club, served 
as district pres. of Phi Sigma ^ilpha 1969* Enjoys cooking 
and dancing. Address 197L: I605 Kest Melrose Dr. Vista, Ca. 
92033 
9 - 103 Odie "Dolly" Chaney b. 3-6-1914 Unm. Interested in family 
history and has provided names and addresses. Her address 
1971 : 3939 Hope St., Gan Diego, Ca. 9211^ 

[ as above ] 

8-66 CILIRLEY CLIFFORD EV.'ING "Cliff" b. 3-26-1878 Ho. d. 9-13-1967 Mo. 

m.[l] Crawford 

m •! ^j Lo una Moore 
9 - 104 Naomi \',. b. m. V.'arida Budd 

9 - 105 Mildred b. 6-26-1920 Filly, Mo. m. 7-5-1941 V.'ilfred Robert 
Jackson" who' was'b. 5-23-191? Katerloc, la. No, children. 
'.'. R.Jacks on served 272 y^s. i""' "^^ IIav;>-. Ret. 1963t 3-^^^ is 
an electronics engineer. Mildred belongs to w'omans iJav;;y' Golf 
Club, Gray Ladies, Rebecca Lodge, Sub Vets. '.'.'..^II Aux., ejjoys 
foreign cooking and reading among other hobbies. Members of 
the Episcopal Ch. Address 1971: 3509 Sandrock Rd. San Diego 
Cal. 92923 No further record this book. 

[ as above ] 

8-67 FINIS ELI E'uING b. l-22-l880 Henry Co. Mo. d. 1-17-1963 Stockton, Mo. 
m.[l] 1903 Mary Florence Phipps who d. 1519 
m.[2] 10-19-1921 Louise Harris at Nevada, Mo. She was b. 11-23-1382 

at Stockton, Mo. 
Finis Eli Ewing was a farmer. He is buried Twin Mounds Cem., Cedar 
County, Mo . 

9 - 106 Clemis Valentine Ewing L. I903 rri. Geneva Newman 
9 - 107 Ediia b. 1905 m. l.'m. 0. Basecke 
9 — lOvj Clara b. 17*^9 ^^' twice 
9 — 109 George Russell Ewmg b. 1913 1^1. twice 
Children by Finis Eli Ewings second marriage. 

9 - 110 Robert Harris Ewing b. 1923 m. Sibyl Imogene Budd 
9 - 111 Betty Jo Ewmg b. I926 m. Harold Joe Sharp 

[ as above ] 
8-68 AlS^l El/ING b. Mo. d. 9-7-1927 

m. 2-27-1905 Uilliam T. Hoskinson b. 8-1 5-1860 d. 12-26-1931 

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9 - 112 Scott Addison Hoskinson b. 1906 m. Helenc Cole 
9-113 >:illiarh Pranklin Ilookinaon b. 1-14-1914 deceased. 

7-29 ColuinbuB \. Cecil 

[ VJm. .Phillip^ Wm.3r-^,Wm.Jr'J,John B-^ Dan'l] 

8 - 71 GUS HILE CECIL b. 11-5-1839 Mo. d. 4-30-1969 Uarreneburg.Mo. 

m.[l] Eva Milltr b. d. 10-26-1939 Child of this marriage. 

iii.[2j Nora Landsidel 

9 - 114 John Columbus Cecil b. 1913 m. Thelma Bird. Div. 

[ as above ] 

8-75 Ii:.IDEE ADELAIDE CECIL b. 7-14-1899 Mo. 

m. II-3-I920 Bacil Itoy EvanE at Knob IJostcr, ;io . He was b. 

and d. 12-31-1953 

9 - 115 Levi Ira Evans b. 192I m. Mary Emma Stacy 

9 - 116 Cecil Hampton Evans b. 1924 m. Clara Seldomridge 

9 - 117 Kenneth Hoy Evans b. 1926 m. Bordenia Coleman 

Haidee Cecil Evans supervises the care of tht Cecil cemetery at Cornelia, 
Mo. Under her direction and supervision of cemetery fujids, the family 
burying ground is a well kept place of rest. 

7-30 Louisa A. Cecil [Smaltz] 

1 2 ■^ Z. '" 6 
[Mm. , Phillip, li'm.Sr. /.Jm.Jr. , John B"^ Daniel ] 

8 - 76 EDIIA LEE SI.U.LTZ b. 10-3-1835 d. 6-26-1951 bur. Highland Cemetery, 
L awt on, k x alio rria . 

m. 1-26-1904 Claude Adaji:S b. l380 d. I95S 
9 - 118 Bethel .Uams b. I9O6 d. 1932 m. March V.'. Jones 
9 - 119 Dennis Cecil Adams b. 5-22-1910 m. Mabel 

1970 was Mayor of El Reno, Okla and resided 1029 3o . Reno 

El lieno, Okla 73036 
9 - 120 Laura .Ldams b. 9-2-1915 Anadarko, Okla. d. 10-10-1949 

at Lou^- Beach, Cal . Bur. Highland Cemetery, Lawton, Okla. 
9 - 121 Morris Eugene Adams b. I917 d. 5-20-1931 
9 - 122 Lois Adams b. I919 m. Chas Ivebber 
9 - 123 Maida Lee Adams b. I925 n.. Pete Williamson. 

[ as above ] 

8-77 KOXIE 3MALTZ b. 7-4-1391 Mo. d. 4-11-1967 

m. 11-19-1908 Fred Harrison Surbaugh b. 11-2-1836 d. 10-22-1951 
9 - 124 Eula Surbaugh b. 5-23-1909 m. Clarence F. ICeech 

who wat; b. II-II-I9O5 No children NFT 

9 - 125 Prank C'^cil 3urbaup:h b. I9IO m. Mary Ann Kohls 
9 - 126 Henry Lee Surbaugh b. I914 m. Martha Minor 
9 - 127 Virginia iiuth Surbaugh b. I916 m. Lclunan Harrison Sullivan 

7-34 Daniel '.'ebster Cecil 

1 2^4 5 6t 
[Wm^, Phillip^ Wm.Sr.,Wm.JrT,John B. Andrew] 

8 - 73 LULU V. CECIL b. I869 

m. 5-1-1888 Edward Heiter 

9 - 128 George Ueiter Unm. NFT 

9 - 129 Frank Reiter b. d. m. Helen NFT 



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[ V.m . , Flii 1 lip , 'im . Sr';;' , 'Jm .Jr. '^ John B . "^Andrew] 

8-79 PRANCI3 r.L'JlION CECIL "I^raiik" b. 11-17-1369 ;.Io . d. 11-23-1930 ..lo . 
m. 11-25-1890 Jane Laughman "Jennie" la. 4-3-1874 d. 2-4-1937 
9 - 130 Elsie Gretell b. I894 m. Edgar Shanks & 2nd Dr. Stephens 
9 - 131 Viola C. Cecil b. I897 d. I917 m. Carl M. Hatfield 

[ as above ] 

m. May I896 Joe Shelby Anderson 

9 - 132 Cecil Anderson NFT 

9 - 133 Lawrence Tuiderson NFT 

[ as above ] 

3-81 BESSIE CECIL b. buried 3-26-1958 [Tombstoiie says Bessie Hatfield Poe 

ni.[_-Lj 1^—3—1906 Luther ilatfisld 
m.[2] David Foe 

9 - 134 James G. m. Kuth Evans 

9 - 135 Martin L. m. Velma Caif.pbcll [widow] 

7-35 Elisabeth Cecil [Bodenhamer] 

1 2 3 " 5 6 

[Vim. (Phillip, h'm.Sr. (Nm.JrT, John B., .-i.ndrew ] 



NPT 



I.IOLLIE BODEIJHAr.iER b. 
rri.[l] Albert Tesson 



d. ca 1940 



.•lO s s 
I'larlow 



4j Ivan .ishlock 

— ±jO i'lctDcj. xcSSon 

She went uu the stage as singer and dancer in Ziegfield 
Follies, m Babes in Toyland. Died of T.B. when still 
in her 20s at the home of her aunt Phoebe Cecil in K.C. 
She is buried in Elmwood Cem., K.C. Mo. 

I — J( i.cxiiC^ naiL^a ocuxx [_ijOVcctxiJ 

[I'.'m! ,Phillip'7 Vim. Sr"i',V;m.Jr?, John B'^ , Andrew ] 

8-84 ELOIL; LOVEALL b. d. m. James Burris 

9 - 137 Cecil Burris I'JFT 

[ as above ] 



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FLOSSIE GINTHi;. CECIL LOVEALL b. 9-13-1883 Lives Warrensburg, Mo, 

ra. 5-29-1904 Harry 0. Davis b. 5-7-1887 d- 10-11-1955 

9-138 J. '.;. Davis b. I905 m. Emily Kite 

9 - 139 Harry Hayworth Davis b. I9O7 d. infancy 

9 - 140 Ralph Davis b. I9IO m. Karleen Knight 






i-i tax ^y 



lecil [Pickett-Bratton-Discher] 



Pi '"• "^ /I s 6 

fUml, Phillip^ V.'m.Sr . ,Wm.Jr. , John B., Andrew ] 



90 RUFUS ;.LJ{TIN BR.'.TTON b. I-9-I887 d. IO-3O-I91S 
m. 12-24-1912 Mary Irene Fetterling 



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7-46 Ricliard Dou-lhard Fopt; 
[Urn:, Phillip? V.m.Sr^.h'm.Jr^.John B?, Elizabeth^] 
8 - 107 BEnCIE 12..; ELIZ;j3ETu FCP.E b. 7-23-1371 d. 3-6-I965 

'";^;2-15-1900 Alfred MacQuoen Foace b. 10-2-1371 d. 4-6-..9S6 
Alfred was the son of Jarr.os Harvey and .'jr.anda Francos [Hurton] 
Feace. Bessie and Alfred divorced, and Alfred remarried. 
9 - 142 Ilichard Ra;>Tr,ond Foace 3r. b. 9-20-1901 m. Elah McKaughan 
9 - 143 .lUdry ;.!ay Peace b. 10-24-1903 d. 10-27-1912 
9 - 144 Athal .ishburn Peace b. 3-16-1907 m. Ivy May Nelson 
9 - 14.' Thos. Clayton Feace b. I91I d. I962 m. twice 

[ as above 1 

8 - 108 CILJ{LE3 E..KLY FOFE b. 11-11-1333 d. 1-2-1913 

m. 1907 Nona Madaline Dicks b. 10-29-1333 d. 3-3-1963 

9 - 146 Thamer Bicks Pope b. 1908 m. Stella Venitia Yates 

9 - 147 Mildren Ellen Pope b. 1912 m. Wade Dayton Briggs Sr. 

[ as above "| 

3 - 109 FIffiDERICK SPEIJCEIt ALLEIJ POPE b. 3-V-I903 

m. 10-16-1926 Myrtle Parrington b. 4-3-I909 

9 - 143 Meryl .mn Pope b. 1937 m. Lewis Gardener V.'iison b. 1937 

It should be noted here that the above thre'j Pope children of the 3th gen- 
-eration, Bessie, Charlts, aiid Pi-ederick, are also Cecil descendants on the 
mothers side. They will bu foujid on pa^-c 65 this book und<.r 7 - 173, Ellen 
iiosa Cecil. 

7-133 Sarah F. Cecil [Kackleman] 

[V»m.,PhillipV Vim. Sr.,Wm.Jr^, John B":', John C.^] 

8 - 113 ROBERT OTIS II/.CKLEMAIj b. 6-12-1337 Cedar Co. Mo. d. 9-I2-I966 
in. Doris Johii&ton b. 8-23-1894 d. 11-11-1932 Dedar Co. Mo. 

Bur. Hacklaiaan Cera. Cedar ' Co... Hob't'.was merchant , poetmast^r and farmer. 
9 - 149 Hel>jn Gra,ce Hackleman b. 1917 ">• twice 
9 — 150 Gt-rtrude Lorene Ilacklerrian b. I9I8 m. twice 
9 - 151 Dulcie Lillian Hackleman b. 192O m. twice 
9 - 152 Roy Edward Hackleman b. I924 m. Charleen Groves 
9 - 133 Robert Guiio Kacklemau b. 1932 m. Evtl^n [V.'est] Hayn<;s 

[ as above ] 

S - 115 CATHERINE N.'.OMI HACKLEI.L'JJ b. 3-8-1389 Cedar Co. Mo. d.12-13-1964 
1... 11-10-1910 Uilliam Everett Casty b. 9-20-1339 d. IO-9-I969. 

V.'illiam was the son of ',v.H. & Helene Casey and was a miller, farmer and 

held the public office of Co. Clerk of Cedar Co. 

9 - 134 I.'illiam Cecil Casey b. I9II m. Fauntella Hendricks 

[ as abovt; 1 

3 - 119 CL;JvENCE EDWAim luiCKLK-LJI b. 7-31-1903 C^dar Co., Mo. 

m. 12-23-1924 Gladys Marie Bland b. 6-7-1903 Cedar Co. Mo. 
She the dau. of '..'ii. and Elizabeth Caroline [Schmidt] Blaiid 

Clarence Edw, is Sup't. of SujiS^t Eluvatoi^s, Coiitinoatal Gr?in Co., Galves- 

-ton, Texas. 

9 - 135 Leila Fern Hackleman b. 1927 m. Eldridge Madison Jones 
9 - 156 Lola Mar Hackleman b. 1930 m. V;m. Edw. Repschleger 
9 - 157 Camden Edward Hackleman b. 1935 m. Margaret Geraldine 
Phelps. 

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7-56 Delphina Cecil [Hartshorn] 

[Wm^ , Phillip, Ivm.orVjVJm.JrTjJohn B'^,fiichard'^] 

3 - 122 DELLA VIOLA IIARTSIIORIf b. 2-12-1832 Cornelia Mo. d. l-'ichita, Kan. 
m. 12-6-1899 Pearly Portland McKinney b. 12-23-1376 Richland, Kan. 
Delia is buried in Aline, Oklahoma. 
9 - 158 Clifford Eugene McKinney b. I9OI m. twice 
9 - 159 Frances Reola McKinney b. I903 m. J. Lyrai Beeley 
9 - 16c r.'ilma Ellen McKinney b. I907 m- I'.'endell Swearingen 
9 - 161 Milton Portland McKinney b. 1909 rn. Helen Ferrin Holmes 
9 - 162 Homer Cecil McKinney b. 2-23-1913 -^line, Okla., d. 3-22-1918 
at iixine • 

[ as above ] 

8 - 125 V.'AiraA MYRTLE ILATJTGnORN b. 12-14-1389/90 at 'Wellington, Kansas, 
m. 5-5-1907 xllonzo Marion Foster b. IO-3I-ISS4 d. 3-13-1960 
9 - 163 Forrest Marion Foster b. 19^9 "i"'- Adeline Snyder 

Lucille Elva Foster b. I9II m. Virgil Sampson Odland 
Velva Myrtle Foster b. 1913 m. Lloyd Odland 
Gay Christa Poster b. I916 m. Mervin Herman Ogren 
Hollis Alfred Foster b. I2-I9-I918 d. 5-12-1944 in Military 
Service in France. Buried '."ashington Barracks National Cem., 
St . Louis , Mo . 
9 - 168 Mirl Alonzo Poster b. I92I m. Eunice Opal Gronseth 
9 - 169 Geraldine I.'anda Foster b. I923 m. Dtan Donald Cutler 

[ as above ] 

8 - 127 uTLL;. VITJCA ILUiTSKORN b. 2-26-1394 Panhandle, Texas 
n. 3-20-1916 a-t ;.lva, Okla. to V.m. Ferle Link b. 1390 

VJilliam F. Link is a stationary Engineer, and retired in 1956 

9 - 170 Viilliam Dwight Link b. 1915 m. Helen Marie Gesioroski 

9 - 171 Edward Garland Link b. I918 ra. twice 

9 - 172 Bonnie o^'ean Link b. 1931 m. Claude Elmer Meil 

[ as a,bove ] 

8 - 128 CHRISTA CL-.IR K/JITSHOKN b. 9-23-1397 at Panhandle, Texas 

m. 12-25-1926 to Jay B. Pouiids b. 

Christa and Jay live [l97l] Coldwater, Kansas. No children. Christa 
gathered and provided most of the records for descendants of Delphina Virginia 
"Delia" Cecil and Milton Mm. Hartshorn. Christa is most interested in family 
history, and in preserving its records. We gratefully acknowledge her excell- 
-ent help. 

[ as above 1 

8 - 129 ZELMA M.ARIE ILiRTSHORII b. 1-3-1899 s^t x'.line, Okla [at that time it 
was Eagle Chief, Oklahoma Territory] 
m. 9-23-1918 Dewey Fred Merrihow 



- 173 Dewey Fred Merrihew Jr. b. 1925 ^• 



7 - 60 Emma Lee Ci^cil [Settlemore -b'alters] 
[l.'ml.PhillipV VJm.Sr-?,Wm.Jr'l,John Bt*, Richard I. 
8 - 133 i.L^BEL SETTLEMORE b. I-29-I896 



m. 10-26-1914 Fred Heimerdinger b. d. 1970 

9 - 174 Dorothy Kbiinerdingur m. VJilliam Ruge of Omaha, Nebr, 



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7-60 Ermna Lee Cecil [3ettlemore & V/altersJ 

[ Vim., Phillip, v;m.3r^,;;m.Jr^, John E?, Richard I^] 

8 - 134 CECIL GETTLEIIORE b. 3-22-1398 
m. 1917 Ida Lancaster 
9 - 175 Dorotlij-- 3ettlomore b. Up>I> 



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I - oc James Fred Cecil 
[Wm.,Philliptv;m.3r.,Wm.Jr.,John B-? Richark] 
8 - 140 GEORGE CECIL b. 2-16-1911 Foster, Mo. 

ra. 10-31-1937 Helen Irene Duginger b. 4-24-1914 -lew ilolland, 111. 

9 - 176 Julia La Donna Cecil b. 1933 m. Daniel J.G.Loeffelholz 

9 - 177 Richard Eugene Cecil b. 6-I6-I939 LVim. 

9 - 178 Nana Susan Cecil b. 194O m. Richard Joe Papesch 

9 - 179 Bonnie Jo Cecil b. I942 m. Roland Eugene Parmer 

9 - 180 Thomas Marlin Cecil b. I944 m. Carolyn 3ue Allen 

9 - 181 Melba Elaine Cecil b. I945 m. Michael Ira Carlile 

George Cecil has an intense interest in fcimily history and has been a great 
help in many ways in this endeavor. Of great importance is the fact that 
he cleaned, mended, and re-set some of the very old Cecil stones in the 
Cecil cemetery in Cornelia, Mo. He has even made stones for some whose 
graves were urimarked. He, his wife, and family have done much to make the 
Cecil x\ssociation a growing group. George and his family live in Lincoln, 
Illinois. 

[ as above ] 

8 - 141 v:illi.;m CECIL b. 10-11-1921 

m. 1-16-1957 Mela Mae [Dodson] Taber b. 8-IO-I926, the daughter 
of G. David and Beulah [Mullins] Dodson. 

9 - 182 Roger James Cecil b. 11-27-1958 
This family lives in ICC, Missouri. 

7-64 Ella Agnes Cecil [3mith] 

[VJml, Phil':, ;;m.3r.,V;m.Jr?, John B., Richard I.] 

8 - 142 FORREST HU3TED 3MITH b. 10-24-1904 
m. 9-I-I925 Jessie Geneva Noland b. 
9 - 183 Phyllis Sue Cecil b. 3-2-1953 [adopted] 

Forrest and Jessie Smith have worked hard and enthusiastically to provide 
me with names, addresses, and clues to help in my search for family members 
It was their initiative that established the Cecil Family Reunion which 
is held each Juiie, on Fathers Day, at the Commuirity House at Grover Park, 
VJarrensburg, Mo. 

Jessie and Forrest, having no children of their own adopted Phyllit 
Sue, and have provided a loving foster home for Denny and Connie, two handi- 
-capped children. They provide a foster home for scores of other deprived 
children in need of a temporary shelter. Forrest drives the school bus 
for the School for the Mentally Retarded and handicapped. His large farm 
he rents out for others to work. 

[ as above ] 

8 - 143 EK'iA MILDRED SMITH b. 2-25-1907 
m. 11-2-1927 Raymond Carder 
9 - 184 Sylvia Lee b. 1938 m. twice 
9 - 185 Ronald Dean b. 1-30-1943 m. 6-15-1968 Jackie Reece 

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Erma and Raymond have helped r;reatl.y with the Cecil family reunion and 
members of their family have helped with the care and upkeep of the Cecil 
Cemetery at Cornelia, Mo. 

7-64 Ella Agnes Cecil [Smith] 

[Nm. (PhillipV iv'm.Sr . ,Wm.Jr?, John B., Richard I. ] 

8 - 144 V.ViLTER LEO SrIITH b. 3-3-1911 
m. I-I-I93I Marvie Anderson 
9 - 186 Leah Vivian Ginith b rn. iii chard Brown 

7-73 Alson Gray Cecil 

[V.mljPhilt, Urn. Sr., Phil. "■, Rachel^ Phillip"] 

3 - 145 ;J3iraR CICERO CECIL b, 7-29-lSi3 d. 6-9-I92O bur. Pleasant Grove 
cemetery near High Point, N.C. 
m.[l] 9-29-IS84 Garaii Kermedj.- 
m.[2] 10-3-1387 Ilora M. IJance b. 3-13-1366 d. 3-26-1933 

9 - IS7 Elma b. m. Gtimson. [V.'e believe Elma is the dau. 

of Abners first marriage, for she is listed as "step-dau,i" 
m che otjio. Ox j*ora i*ance l»ccij.»j ijFT 

9 - 188 VJilliam Abner Cecil b. 1390 d. I96I m. twice 
9 — j-o9 Thomas V.esxey b. xw9j d. 19'+ 1 ^'» Annie oarden 
9 - 190 Earl Edward Cecil b. 12-29-1894 m. 3-26-1923 Millie Edna Jones 

who was b. 12-4-1903- Ko children and no f-orther records 
9 - 191 Maudie Bell Cecil b. IS97 d. I916 m. John Reece 
9 - 192 Benjamin Franklin Cecil b. I9OI m. Pearl May Kennedy. 
9 - 193 Richard Reitzel Cecil b. I903 d. I965 m. Mary Bolton 
9 - 194 Gladys Eliz. Cecil b. I907 d. I966 m. James Davis 

[ a,s above ] 

8 - 146 ;j.Lun)A 3. CECIL b. o-l6-l369 d. 5-16-1947 

_ iQO'7 T-Vv -*-Tn rrt^ . „,^ V ^ ">" tG/Tt -t -y rj f rt^'~^ 

m. iiJO ( Julm Dcj-j. xeo-f^ac □. (— x^— xuOx a. ji—;^ — j.^i:- I 

9 - 193 Ivy .1. league NFT 

— x;^0 ticoxc^ xcdgUc xtr i. 

9 — 197 Joe league IIPT 

9 - 193 Sanford Teague JIPT 

9 - 199 R.A. Teague JIFT 

9-200 J.C. Teague IIFT 

[ as above ] 

8 - 147 ;-LlRY E. CECIL b. 8-9-I87I d. 10-21-1927 
ra. Jules Bovjers 
9 - 201 Mattie Bowers m. L'.J. Linthic-orri MFT 

I — uw rlciiiivxxii OxCt-lo ijcuxx 

[Wm!, Phil':, V;m.3r^,Phil1',Rachei, Phillip"^] 

8 - 149 JOini LUTHER CECIL b. 3-3-1831 d. ca I96O at Richmond, Va. 
ni.l Ij Cleiiieiit liie Ghuler 
m.[_2j Etta Beck 

9 — 202 Cai"! C. Cecil in. Blanche Louella Koriiiedy b. 4-17— -i->-'97 ^'1^ 
9 — 203 child 'who d. young' 

9 - 204 Mary Alice Cecil m. Mitchell Kennedy TIFT 

9 - 205 Ralph Cecil IIPT 

9 - 206 Parker Cecil NFT 

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9 - 207 Elenor IJecie Cecil b. I915 m. Hobert Samuel Pierce b. I912 
9 - 208 Lt. Paul Cecil killed I.'.W. II bur. Arlington, National cem. 
7-80 Franklin Cicero Cecil 
[Wm:,Phil.?Wm.or^,Phil5,Racheli;' Phil? 1 

EDG.Ul PHILLIP CECIL b. 7-23-13S6 d. 4-3-1940 

m. Minnie Koonta 

9 - 209 Hazel Lucile Cecil b. 1917 n. Pioy Dtaton. Div. 

V.'m. 3aiauel Cecil b. 11-23-1913 m. IO-I6-I943 Gladys E. 

Savnrencc. jjpp 

Virgil Phillip Cecil b. 9-4-1920 rr.. Velma C. Auman HIT 
Cletus Edw. Cecil b. 1922 m. "Willie" Taylor 
Hpbert Leon Cecil b. 2-23-1926 m. Effie M. Hill NPT 
Cdoll Franklin Cecil b. 4-29-1923 m. Eva Lee Brady NFT 

[ as above ] 

CURTIS CECIL b. 1-2>18S9 d. 4-2-19>3 
m. Grace Leigh b. 4-16-1893 d. 11-21-1943 
9 - 213 Nannie Cecil b. and d. I929 

9 - 216 Howard B. Cecil b. 2-2-1923 d. 6-17-1952 Pfc. 38 iUF 
Depot Gip. U.l.'.II BSM 

7-92 Noah Cecil 

r,, 1 rM -I ■ 2 ,, ^3 V.'m. Jr., Phillip _ . ,6-, 
I liu.. , Philip, VIm.or. ,^,, . ^ 4',, , .5 Daniel J 
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Vera Lee Cecil m. James IVilrnouth 

Mary Edith Cecil m. David Eddinger 

Nancy Cecil munarried 

Noah B. Cecil b. 1923 w. Margaret J. Gharpo 

Juiiu Dallas Cecil b. I923 

Charles Hoover Cecil 

IJillie Paul Cecil 

Poy Lee Cecil 

David Ferry Ct-cil 

7-99 VJilliam Lesley Cecil 



NTT 
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l'lJ_iLv±H XtijI Luillil/h yjUKjxU 0. J — .^ — X 

m. Maxy Illinaii of Rushville, Ind. 

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9 - 230 Clarence L'm 



Wm Jr.: Phillipi^ ^.^^^ Q^6] 
'Phillip, Rachel 

d. 6-2-1937 



Edna Cecil m. L.A. Gtarkcy, 

Beulah m. C.'.'. Elmore 

jiuth Dora Cecil m. James T. 

Geneva May Cecil ra. Kenneth Mendenhall 

Cecil b. \yJyO m 



lives V.'aterflow, 

V/itcher 
ndenhi 
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7 - 100 Samuel Elexander Cecil 

r,. 1 ^, .,,. 2,, „ 3^Jm.Jr.7 Phillip, , 
Lum.,Pnixxip,..ir..or.pj^.^^^p^ Rachel, ^' 



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■^L. CHRICTIN:. CECIL b. 8-16-1390 Kushville, Sch^'ler Co., 111. 

Park there. 

Tex. 

in 



Bur. Mission auriax 



d. 3-24-J-924 San Antonio, Tex. 

m. 7-22-1916 Cole Fro Smith, M.D. b. 8-22-1334 V.'ilson Co. 
and d. IO-I6-I9I0 in U.S. -irmy at Ne\Mport News, Va. Buried 
McCracken Cem. l.'ilson Co., Tex. Ada Christina was a nurse. 



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Ada Christina had discarded h>3r middle name, and adopted the middle initial 
"B" so successfully as to be knov;n only as ..da B. by her husbands family and 
friends. 

9 - 231 Karon Mac Smith b. 4-I3-I917 3an Antonio, Tex. Unm. "I-Iac", 
is a II. 3. teacher, teaching English and History, .jhe lives at Ilixon Texas 
in the home built by the maternal aunt who raised her and her brother. The 
home is between two pieces of land that have been in her fathers ^ide of the 
family for over 100 years. "Mac" has been of fjreat assistance in gathering 
data for this branch of the family. She is intensely interested in genealogy. 

9 - 232 Cole Fro Smith b. 4-7-I919, several months after his fathers 
death 
m. 3-27-1934 Margaret Clarke 

7 - 100 Samuel .ilex. Cecil 

Ti i~ ' T-iu -IT "- ; r -> 3 '"'li .or., rhilxip , _ - . 0-1 
[Vym., Phillip, l.'m.or., ,.' ^' Oliver J 

Phillip, Rachel, -' 

3 - 173 JENiJlE MuJ: CECIL b. 9-3-1S92 Pulton Co. 111. d. 7-8-1933 Centralia,Ill, 

m. 3-6-1911 George V. . Cox b. 3-12-1337 d. 1-10-1942 Both buried 

at Hillcrest Cemetery at Centralia, 111. 

9 - 233 Arnold Cox b. 12-26-1911 n,. 

9 - 234 Bernioe Cox b. 7-3-1914 la. 7-3-1936 Geo. II. Iloeinghaus 

who was b. 3-11-1914 NFT 

9 - 235 -illiam Glen Cox b. 1923 m. Margaret Meyer 

9 - 23o Lucy Jane Cox b. I921 ru. twice 

9 - 237 George ',.'. Cox Jr. b. 1922 m. twice 

9 - 233 Ada Frances Cox b. I924 rn. Ivan K. Bennett 

9 - 239 Philbert J. Cox b. 1926 m. Rena Lemone Kobbs 

9 - 240 Jesse Le Koy Cox b. 1928 MFV 

9 - 241 twin boys who died at birtii. 

[ as above "] 

8 - 173 LOUIS GLEM CECIL b. 11-27-1^97 Irving 111. d. 12-I8-I963. 

m. 7-I9-I921 Violet Akers b. 9-4-190^ dau. of ICyle Milton /Jeers and 
"wife Ma.rtha Inn [johnsonj Akers. 
Flora Pauline b. 1923 ru. Leon Kohlmeyer 
Charles Lee Cecil b. I924 m. Cliarlyn Ta.ylor 
Martha Ludine Cecil b. 192o m. Gene Clia;.inoss 
Jar.'ies Glen Cecil b. I929 ni. Joann Kcrwath 
Jerjjiie May Cecil b. 1933 -i. Ray Cranshaw 
Louis Eugene Cecil b. 1937 !T1. Judy Murden 
Eva Rachel Becil b. 1939 m. James Moore 
Glenda Ann Cecil b. 1941 'H. Lai^ry pry or 

[ as above ] 

3 - 176 EMMA GERTRUDE CECIL b. 9-23-1904 Elco, .lloxander Co. Ill 

m. 12-23-1922 Horace Mick b. 7-17-1333 Benton, 111. d. 1-2-1966 at 

9 - 250 Hallie Mae Mick b. I924 m. Lloyd Carr 

9 - 251 Mary Bernice Mick b. 1926 m. tvjice 

9 - 252 Betty Bean Mick b. I927 m. Earl Paul Mitchell. 

7 - 112 Yancey Fidel Cecil 

r,- 1 „,.,.. 2 ,, ^3 v:m.Jr4,phillip^ ^ ,, ,, 6 -, 

l«{ri. ,Pnij.xip, lim.or.,^, .,,. „ , ' oam'x ..lex. 
'- 'Phillip, Racnel, -■ 

8 - 195 V;j)ER ELVIRA CECIL B. 2-10-1034 d. IO-II-I907 

m. 10-1-1902 James Hedgecock b. 4-29-1372 d. 6-I9-I94I 
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9 - 2j}, Kermit Hedcocock b. 7-1-1906 d. 3-9-1930 kot 

9 - 2'A Clyde- Hcdgecock j^pp 

7 - 112 Yancey Fid-il Cocil 
[i;ml, Philipt V;m.3r^,''fr"Jr5, Thillip^ 6, 

rhillip, nachcl,''^ ^ ''^"* -1 
8 - 197 ETHEL :.'u\lU CECIL t. 7-20-1333 d. 2-II-I965 

m. 1903 John Clarence Newby b. 4-3-1373 
From Ethel Marys obituary aiid other scattered scourees, we have: 

9 - 254 V.aldo Cliiie IJewby b. 3-2-I909 Ijpj 

9 - 2:^5 Lucile Xewby b. 9-20-1910 tn. Percy Grr.ith im* 

9 - 236 Betty Newby rn. John Parker ;ifT 

9 - 2;;7 Arnold Clarence Newby b. 9-24-1912 jlFT 

9 - 253 Henry Fidel Newby b. IO-2O-I914 j.'FT 

9 - 2^9 Ralph John Newby b. 2-I5-I917 m. 12-23-1939 Faye Holder 
who was b. 9-30-1921 IIPT 

9 - 260 Mary Ethel Ilewby b. 6-9-I919 d.y. IfPT 

9 - 261 Fred Paul Newby b. I92I m. Irene Nance [More later] 

[ as above ] 

8 - 198 ILuMETT ANDREW ALEXj'>.NDER CECIL b. 3-3-IS9O d. 9-30-1^61 
m . Zada P . V.'agner 
9 - 262 liannnett Andrew Cecil Jr. b. 1919 ^- Theda Fleming 

[ as above ] 

8 - 201 V;ADE V.ILSON CECIL b. 11-29-1396 

m. 1916 Dosia Lee Gtone b. 3-14-1895 

9 - 263 Helen b. 3-20-1917 Unm. 

9 - 264 Yancey Stone Cecil b. I919 m. Katherine 

9 - 265 Eloise b. ^-3-1923 m. John P. Canine No children. 

The family of Ii'ade VJilson C';cil are all envolved with the family business 
— a furniture store and excellent interior decorating service. All live 
in High Point, II. C. 

[ as above ] 

Oiio iv^iii-jjij ti^oxL 0. xO— ^<+— xu^:? 

m. 8-18-1921 Bertha Moore 

9 - 26(i Wayne E. Cecil b. 1-10-1922 d. 12-15-1924 

9 - 267 Roland E. Cecil b. 1924 m. Ann Beck [More later] 



7 - 115 Alpheus Lewellan Cecil 



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[I'Jml, Phillip2 Wm.Sr3,W";:Jr^» ^f'^J'?' Sa;n'I ;:iex'.- 

Phillip, Rachel, 

8 - 205 ;j;03 COKE CECIL b. 2-II-IS96 d. 6-1-1953 bur. Cakwood Mem. Cem. 
at High Point, N.C. 
m. 7-12-1922 to Nannie Louisa Bowman b. 1-4-1899 
9 - 268 Mary Lou Cecil "Butch" b. 1923 m. J. Woody Brinson 

7 - 117 Daridous Cecil 

8 - 208 JOHN WESLEY CECIL b. 11-3-1389 d. 12-15-1958 

m. 8-30-1919 Floy D. Hayworth 
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9 - 259 Alberta Cecil m. Fred 11. Ghaw NFT 

9 - 270 Donna Lee Cecil NFT 

9 - 271 Robert Lloyd Cecil NFT 

7 - 117 Daridus Cecil 

[Wm!,Phillip^Jm.3r^.Wm.Jriphillip? ^^^^, ^ .^^^^6-j 

Phillip, Ptachel, -^ 

8 - 209 VAOTER BETHEA CECIL "Dave" b. 3-3-1S99 d. 1-27-1947 
ni . El J. Gil Lc;WxS 

9 - 272 Ilobert L. Cecil I.T^T 

9 - 273 Darrell L. Cecil NFT 

9 - 274 Norman D. Cecil NFT 

9 - 275 Dons Cecil NFT 

9 - 276 Delphina ra. M. P. Deaton I^T 

[ as above ] 

8 - 212 CLARENCE M. CECIL "Jack" b. 
m. 
9 - 277 Joseph Cecil b. 5-30-1930 m. Liary Louise rJilliams 

7 - 118 Dace Caroline Cecil [Boles] 

bm],PhillipJ Wm.Sr^.Wm.^riphillip-' ^^^,^ 6 ^ 

Phillip, Rachel ^ 

8 - 221 CLE^V. BOLEG b. 9-3-1901 

m, 10-9-1920 Henry Clarence Gmith b. 4-6-I896 

Clevas mother died when Cleva v;as ver^- small, aiid she was raised by her maiden 

aunt, Lou Viiia Cecil. 

9 ~ 27^ Clarence Cecil uuiith b. 9—21—1921 iu. Evelyn NFT 

9 - 279 Robert Colon 3mitli u. 3-l>1923 NFT 

9 - 28c George Roland Gmith b. 10-2-192^ m. Betty Lou Tuggle NFT 

9 - 231 Daisy Ruth Smith b. 11-30-1928 m. Kuntz NFT 

9 - 282 Mary Eliz. Smith b. 9-I-I93I m. Russell NFT 

9 - 283 Martha Lou Smith b. 8-26-1933 m. Fletcher Cooper NFT 
9 - 284 Dorothy Jean b. 12-23-1937 m. Robert Gales NFT 

7 - 119 John Addison Cecil 

r,, 1 ^, .,,. 2 ,, ^3 Vta.Jr?, Phillip-^^ , . -, 6-. 
[dm., Phillip, Wm.or.,^, . ^ . ' , , ^ t^am' .-ilex. 
'- ' ^' 'Philip, Rachel -' 

8 - 222 VICTOR M. CECIL b. 12-6-1897 d, 3-7-1960 

m. Ethel Hill 

9 - 285 Vernon Marlin Cecil b. 10-9-1922 d. 3-16-1950 Vet .W.l.'.II 
m . L i 1 1 i an K ennan 

9 - 286 Helen Cecil m. Boatright, lives Kannapolis, N.C. NFT 

9 - 287 Sylvia Cecil m. Hunsucker, lives High Point N.C. NFT 

9 - 288 Fern Cecil m. Hunsucker, lives High Point, N.C. NFT 

7 - 123 David Oliver Cecil 

4 5 
[V:ml, Phillip? vJm.Sr^,^';"-J^., Phillip, j-^g ^^j_6 

Phillip, Racnel 
o — t^^j WiUiij MiiiUiJ OiiiUxL D. j—S)x—lij-:)± 

m.[l] at Ford Kan. to Esther Bernice Hodgin, dau. of Thos & Ida. 

She was b. 4-28-1897 and d. prior I924 [Quaker records] 
m.[2] 3-8-1924 Winnie Bohannon 
9 - 289 Helen Elizabeth Cecil b. I916 Guilford Co. N.C. NFT 

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7 - 132 Shockley D. Cfccil 

'Phillip.kachel, "-^-*^^ '"-I 

3 - 243 CH.-JiLE3 WALTER CECIL b. 7-19-1390 Payette Co. Ind. d. I969 Ind. 

m. 11-1-1922 Uary Juanita Cummins, dau. of Murl D.& Rhoda [Suter] 
Cummins. !vo children so no furthtr r-=cord. 

7 - 133 Danitl Lee Cecil 
[l/n1,Phillip2wm.5r^,'"'"'-Jr'J, Phillip? . 

Phillip, Rachel, '^^^^'^^ ^'J 
8 - 244 o.UL'JI \'. CECIL 

m. Butler Fitzgerald b. 2-23-1897 son of l.altor and Mary [Leonard] 

Fitzgerald 
9 - 290 Clctus C. Fitzgerald HFT 

9 - 291 Loiiuic M. Fi t zgci-ctld JfPT 

[ as above ] 

3 - 247 EliVIN LEE CECIL b. I89I N.C. 

Ill- I-23-I9I7 Mctiy Lcuora Payne N.C, 

9 - 292 Grace Lieuretta Cecil b. 9-1C-1923 m. Thos Huff NFT 
9 - 293 Ervin Ray Cecil b. 7-I5-I933 NPT 

9 - 294 RoKort'Lee [?], • ' 

7 - 135 Arville Cicero Cecil 
[V;r.!,rhil?,Van.5r3 Wm.Jr., Phillip, ^^j^^^^^^ ^g-j 
Phillip, Rachel, -" 

3 - 251 ILIKOLD A. CECIL b. 9-23-1896 
m. Laura Dicks b. 1393 

9 - 293 Richey Fay Cecil b. 12-4-1928 NPT 

9 - 29C Gilda Gra^y Cecil b. IO-6-I936 NFT 

[ as above ] 

8 - 233 PLAVIOUG R. CECIL "Flay" b. 3-29-1901 
m. Ethel Durham 
9 - 297 Brtinda Cecil IIFT 

7 - 136 Randall L Cecil 

[VJm!,Philt,lvm.Sr^V.'m.Jr?,Fhillip^Charlus L^l 
Philip, Rachel 

8 - 2:;4 JECGE ;.ic CL;iiN cecil b. 9-29-1897 d. 4-17-1930 

m. 12-24-1913 Eva Griffin 

9 - 293 Iferilda Cecil Leonard fPT 

9 - 299 Howard Cecil N^ 

[ as above 1 

8 — 23'-' JACOB EDViiiRD M. CECIL 

in. 12-7-1933 V.'ilma Boger 

9 - 300 Larry Randall Cecil b. 8-9-1936 m. I96I Hilda Hears ::FT 

9 - 301 Janice Cecil m. Perrier f^FT 

9 - 302 Rhonda Cecil b. 1942 NPT 



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7 - 143 Jehu Melvin Cecil 
[Wrn. ,Phillip7VJm. or. ,Wm. Jr. , Daniel J'i Riley ] 

8 - 276 j;.COB RANSOM ASBURY CECIL b. 

m. 6-19-1915 Effie Delilah Swaim b. 5-21-1894, dau. of VJm.E. and 
Sarah Elizabeth [Peace] Swaim. 

9 - 303 Clayton Grayson Cecil b. 1916 m. Velna Fearl Cashatt b. I917 

9 - 304 Cora Eliz. Cecil b. I919 m. Bornic Lorenzo Hilton b. 1916 

9 - 305 Garena Mozelle Cecil b. I92I m. James Stanton Craven 

9 - 3Q6 Jacob Ransom .^sbury Ceci?. Jr. b. 12-29-1923 d. 6-I9-I925 

9 - 307 Victoria b. 1926 m. Daniel Lindberg Brock 

9 - 308 Billie Melvin Cecil b. I929 m. Macie Fields 

9 - 309 Jacob Everett Cecil b. 193I m. Myrtle Jean Slate 

The records for the above family of Jacob Ransom ^'^sbury Cecil and wife Effie 
are taken from Raymond Peace' book, Descendants of Silas Peace . Descendants 
for some of the above children are from the same source and appear later in 
this book. 

7 - 143 Jehu Melvin Cecil 

[Vim! .Phillip^ l'm.5r'i',VJm.Jr'i",Daniel J-^*, Riley ] 

8 - 277 STAMEY LEE CECIL b. 10-6-1397 d. 12-21-1942 

m. Florence Snider b. 9-14-1398 [from Davidson Co. birth & M. rec] 

9 - 310 Clyde Lee Cecil b. 1921 m. Delilah Johnson b. I92O 

9 - 311 Paulette Alb^-rta C^cil b. 9-23-1923 d. 9-27-1924 

9 - 312 Rowland Melvin Cecil b. 2-24-1926 IIFT 

9 - 313 Ronald Jehu [twin to Rowland] NPT 

9 - 314 Kenneth Preston Cecil b. I929 m. Barbara Plinchem 

9 - 315 Stamey Lee Cecil Jr. u. 8-24-1931 UFT 

7 - 153 Chas. Hamilton Cecil 
[vim. (Phillip, VJm.Sr . ,VJm.Jr. , Daniel J. ,VJm. Harrison ] 
CECIL b. Iu93 d. 19^4 

James .':.. Cecil Jr. m. ITaomi Leonard IIPT 

Doris Cecil lu. Fish NPT 

[ as above ] 

8-293 D. ST:JIT0IJ CECIL b. 6-27-1901 

11-6-1923 Franki Greer b. I905 

D. Stanton Cecil Jr. b. I924 m. Margaret Martin 

Franki Marie Cecil b. 1928 m. Carl A. Grimm NET 

7 - 158 Sarah Cecil [VJaaver] ^ 

f^iJml ,Philip, VJmSr . ,Philip, Samuelf Richard l] 

306 LEV-Jis v;e;.ver b. 

M. i'lattie Hershey 

9 - 320 Lindsay Vi'eaver m. Mayme Thomason 

9 - 321 Elizabeth G. It'eaver m. Leslie Barksdalc 

9 — 3'^2 Mary R. VJeaver iu. Thadeus Crawxord Cox 

9 - 323 Sarah Weaver NPT 

9 - 324 Willie Weaver NPT 

9 - 325 Josephine Isabel VJeaver m. Benj. Franklin Daughty 

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7 - 159 Eliz.J.Cucil[Pfcrryman 
[V:m.,Phil.,'.;m.3r.,Phillipf Samuel^ uicnard I ] 

3-311 lENRY PEmiYM.L\' 

m. Lclia liipple 

9-325 Prarxk Pcrryman 

9 - 327 Pv^rle Porryn.aii 

9 - 328 John Pcrryman 

9 - 329 Martha Ferryman Nl-T 

9 - 330 Catharine PcrryT.an ]IPT 

7 - 160 Sara'l L. Cecil 

[l-.'m.,Fhil^,Vim.Sr.,Phillip,3am'l;' Ilichard I*:?] 

3 - 312 JOIIII KICIhJiD CECIL b. 11-19-1371 u. >21-19:3 Lur. Loxinfctoii.lI.C. 
r... 10-12-1393 Mary Yarbrough b. 3 8 '1875 d. 12-10-1933 The dau. 
of John and Jaiic- [oink] Yarbrough 

9 - 331 Cornelia IJFT 9 - 335 Lucil^ !;PT 

9 - 332 Blanche IIFT 9 - 336 John d.y. 

9 - 333 Eva MPT 9 - 337 Lcland Morideth NFT 

9 - 334 Vivian NFT 9 - 338 James Franklin IIFT 

9 - 339 Samuel Lindsay b. 3-12-1919 inT 

[ as above 1 

S - 313 IIENPlY L. CECIL b. 2-9-1374 d. 6-22-1951 

m. Arrianda Jouc;S b. 3— 29— 1^7'^^ d. 4— 29~1954 

9 - 340 Plarold E. b. 1897 d. 1950 m. Mabel McAda-ns 

9 - 341 Paul F. Cv:;oil b. 3-16-1903 d. 7-31-1949 ••'!• Esther Le-onai-d 

9 - 342 Edith Cecil m. Fred Cui^i-y NFT 

9-34^ .label Cecil 111. Hulph Conrad 

9 - 344 Ediia Louise Cecil b. 10-13-1910 d. 10-4-1912 ?IPT 

9 - 345 Terry V;ilson Cecil m. Edna Allen 

9 - 346 Mary Lillian Cecil b. 12-1-1914 d. 7-11-1915 

9 - 347 .ama Elisabeth Cecil b. 10-14-1916 m. Edwin •..'eber IIPT 

[ as above ] 

8 - 315 UEBECC. CECIL b. 1-25-1378 d. 4-12-1959 
ill. 2-17-1397 "fco Thomas 3. Eanes. b. 

9 - 348 Cecil Eanes m. Virginia Carrickoff ^c 2nd Jully Gnubbs 

9 - 349 Thomas 3. Eaucs Jr. NI'T 

9 - 350 Camuel Eanes m. 3ally McIIeill 

9 - 351 Kathryn Eanes m. Sim Pollock 

9 - 352 Charles Eanns m. Mary Alice Hoover 

9 - 353 Kalph Eanes m. Julia Kellam 

9-354 Robert Eanes '^^ 

9 - 355 John Burke Eanes m. Estelle Morris 

Rebecca Cecil Eanes always went by the name Rebecca, although her full name 
was Elizabeth Clementine Rebecca. Her name appeared as Elizabeth 1330 con. 



[ as above ] 



— j±o 1'unjuj.iii eijexj 



9 - 356 Cornelia Eliz. Poole m. Stephen Martin l^FT 

9 - 357 Doris B. Poole m. Thtirston Brooks 
9 - 358 Carol Cecil Poole n. James McCoy 

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9 - 3r'9 V.'alter ]', . roolt Jr. m. Ilazo. Melton 

9 - 360 Samuel Cecil Poole m. Lois Holbrook 

9 - 361 Margaret Burke Poole m. Vance 'A. Daniel 

9 - 362 Clayton Poolu m. Helen IJaller 



7 - 160 Samuel L. Cecil 

[Vim. jPhil.,VJm.3r7, Phil. , Samuel, Piichard I.] 

8 - 317 MII.'IHE CECIL 

m. Vander Yelviiigton 

9 - 363 -iltalee A. Yelvington m. Eugene Forbes 

9 - 364 Mary Burke Yelvington m. Robert Sommers 

9 - 365 Caroline Yelvington 

9 - 366 PLansom Yelvington 

[ as above ] 

b — 320 SUE CECIL 

m. Ed. Miller 

9 - 367 Ed. T. Miller Jr. 

9 - 363 Nellie Miller m. 



m. Katherine 
Geiie 



7 - 162 David King Cecil 
[Vjm!, Phil?, l.'m.Sri'.Philf, Samuel^ Rich'd I.] 



ROBERT EI)G:.R CECIL b. 12-17-1S70 d 

Hi. 9—l^~19^-'- ilaude Loftm 

9-369 Richard R. Cecil 

9 — 37'-' Helen E. Cecil ai. Gullivau 

9 - 371 Robert Cecil 

9 - 372 Mary V. . Cecil 

9 - 373 David King Cecil b. 11-22-1914 






KFT 
NPT 
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NFT 
IJPT 



IJVT 
NPT 
NFT 
NPT 



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MARY I'JILoCN CECIL 
m. Fred . Gink 



9 - 



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y - 



y - J lO 

9 - 377 
9 - 378 
9 - 379 
9 - 380 



Sink m. N.E. Rose 
; m. Harriett La Page 

rfi . Margaret Coe 
Sink m. Mary Howell Jacobs 



lyfe-Lphina Mane 

John David Sini 

Robert F. Sink 

enarj.es variier 

Joseph Stanford Sink m. Dorothea Dorsett 

Rachel Christine Sink m. John Robert Philpott 

Frw;d 0. Sink Jr. rn. Charlotte V.'iggins 

[ as above 1 

DiiVID RICHiiRD CECIL b. 4~20— luOu d. 11—27—1924 

m. Mary Mitchell b. 10-13-1390 d. 8-I4-I964 

9 - 381 Mary Louis^ Cecil b. 191> ra. Marshall Davis 

9 - 332 David Richard Cecil Jr. b. 6-24-I916 d. 12-18-1922 



JUJ. 
-V O o 

9 - 3S3 Charles Mitchell Cecil b. I917 m. Desola Weaver 



9 - 384 Robert Keith Cecil b. I919 m. Ethel Yow 

9 - 383 Foyell Cecil m. Betty Granga 

9 - 336 Ralph Hillsman Cecil m. Gertrude Pritts 



JOSEPH KING CECIL 
M. Lillie Tysinger 



[ as above ] 



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o " ^Qo >^'^^^P^^ ^^"^^ Cecil Jr. L. 1915 m. Hazel Yow 

9 - 3do .largar.t Jane Cecil b. 1913 m. Emory Lewis Howell 

o " ^on J^:;^!^"^^- Elizabeth Cecil b. 1920 m. Clifford A. Erikson 

> - jyu iiau>,ic I. Cc;Cil m. Joe Terry 

7 - 163 inary II. CfCil [Evano] 

[Km.,Phil.,U',-n.5r^,Phil'!,Sa:n'li;' Richard I^] 
S - 328 BEATRICE EVA::3 .ti. Liri 
".. Lindsay Zimms^rman 
9 - 351 Child 
9 - 392 r.Iildrcd Zimmerman 
9 - 393 Kate Zimmerman 
9 - 394 Ellard Zimmerman 
9 - 395 Loo Zimmorinan 



;.TT 
IIPT 
JIFT 

:rPT 



7 - 165 James Lee Cecil 
[Wm., Phil", Wm.Srf.Phil'^Sam'l, ^Richard I*^] 

8 - 342 CIi;JlLE3 HILL CECIL b. 12-24-lS d. 

m. 1909 Lizzie May 3hoa,f b. 4-IC-1883 d. 12-1[:-1964 in Md. 

9 - 396 James L. Cecil b. 1911 m. Erma Elizabeth MoLcod 

9 - 397 Charles Kill Ctcil Jr. m. Lulu Kennedy 

9 - 398 Harry Kichard b. I92I m. Ola M. V.'ood NFT 

9 - 399 Catherine Cecil m. P.H. Ernhart JHT 

9 - 400 Julia Cecil m. N.E. Lawver NPT 

7 - 169 George i£. Cecil 

[ Wm!,Philt,V;m.5r-?,Philf,Sam'l? Chas.i;esley''] 

8 - 344 CILIRLEG EDV;;j{I} CECIL b. 10-31-1836 
m. 1-29-1911 Lillian Miller 
9 - 401 Mary Cecil b. 1912 m. Hoy Hartman 
9 - 402 John Robert Cecil 
9 - 403 Art IS Giciy Cecil 

7 - 171 ilebecca Florena Cecil[ Kennedy] 

[um! (PhiltjV.'m.Sr. ,PhilT,3am' 1, Chas .V/esley ] 

u — 31^0 EVEHETT LEE KEIHJEDY b. 9~26— 1884 

111. j'lo.lj' JjXxa oOjics 0. i.—c.j—x^^^ u.. x^—±'-^—xy^JX 

9 - 404 Jones Franklin Kennedy I^?T 

9 - 405 Dexter Lee Kennedy NFT 

9 - 406 Madge Virginia K^jnnedy m. twice. 

[ as above ] 

8 - 351 ALICE VIRGINIA KEITNEDY b. 9-13-1393 d. 3-17-19(^4 
m. Marvin V.'all 

9 - 407 Roy Cleatus Wall b. 2-13-1924 m. Dorene Bimton ITPT 

9 - 403 Troy Clayton Uall [tvvin to Roy] d. 2-28-1939 in auto ace. 

[ as above 1 

3-3^2 cH/JiLEn juli:j-j kenhedy b. 7-21-1S98 

ia. 7-2I-I91S Emma Lillian Hill b. 8-23-1900 

9 _ 409 Evelyn Rebtcca Kennedy b. 1920 m. Christopher C.Hudson 
9 - 410 Mary Lillian Kennedy b. 1924 m. Drew V.'illiam Penley 
9 - 411 Margaret Louise Kennedy b. I926 m. Steve Fucilc 

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7 - 172 Mary Lou Cecil [Kennedy] 

[V<ml ,Philt,VJm.3r. (Philt, Samuel, Charles Vlesley ] 

8 - 353 ESTA ELIZ.IBETH KEOTJEDY b. 7-27-1392 

m. 9-6-1908 V/alter Meredith l-lyers b. 5-18-1390 

9 - 412 ilallie Lou Ellen T-lyers b. 1917 m- Joseph Lee Russell Jr. 

[as above ] 

3 - 354 LILLIAII ILITlY IvEIJirCDi b. I894 
Earlie Robert Klass 3r. 

James i'iliiairi Kxass b. I9I6 iu. Margaret Louise Evans 

Eulalah "ora Klass b. 192O m. twice 

Fred Graham Klass b. 1922 m. Kathleen Grubb 

Earlie Robert Klass Jr. b. I926 m. Ethel Arlene Steele 

Farmilee Klass b. 1930 rn. Frank May 

[ as above ] 

o — 3l/'5 RiiIJSOM DiiLFGRI) KENIJELY b. 2— 14— l>-'9o il. 7—14—1967 
m. 4-7-1917 Florence Chappell b. 6-15-1397 

9 - 418 Roberta Lucille Kennedy b. 1913 lu. Jolin Eevith Batton 
9 - 419 Maggie Lois KeuHsdy b. 1920 m. Jolin '.'illard Cranford 
9 — 420 Ransome Edward Kennedy b. 4— 2u— 1922 d. 10—7—1937 m auto ace. 
9 . 421 James i'eldon Kennedy b. I924 m. Leona Brovm 
9 - 422 Percy Emmett Kennedy b. I926 m. Carrie Louise xlsbin 
9 - 423 Beecher Farrington Kennedy- b. I928 m. Freddie May Martin 

[ as above 1 

8 - 356 TREVA VICTORIA KEiIin^DY b. 12-31-1393 

m. Lloyd Fraiiklin Mathews b. 6-11-1899 

9 - 424 Pauline Elizabeth Mathews b.l920 m. "Charles Pride Jones 

9 — H-^j ijixxian Rosci/ua ^aathews b. o— 7— -*-9^2 d. j.w— 3— -i-9^'^ 

9 - 426 Infant son b. 5-31-1923 d. 6-I-I923 

9 - 427 Clara May Mathews b. 7-2-1924 d. 9-IO-I925 

9 - 428 Mary Magdaline Mathews b. 9-I6-I926 d. 11-25-1930 

9 - 429 Carmie Lee Matiiev/s b. 4-8-I93O m. Frank Luther 

9 - 430 Bettie Lou Mathews b. « d. 7-2-1935 

7 - 173 Ellen Rosa Cecil [Pope] 

[Wm. ,Phil^,V;m.5r. , Phil. , Samuel^ Charles VJesley ] 

The following children of the 8th generation appear page 53 this book and 
will not be giveii other nujnbers here. 7 - 173 Ellen Rosa Cecil m. 7-46 
Richard Southard Pope [a 6ecil descendant]. Therefore, these eighth gen. 
children and their descendants will be found page 75 this book. Their 
book numbers in that section are given after their names here. 

8 - BESSIE IDA ELIZ.IBETH POPE [3 - IO7 ] 
8 - CHARLES EARLY POPE ["8'-lo8 ] 
8 - FREDERICK SPENCER ALLEN POPE [3 - IO9 ] 

7 - 174 Richard Franklin Cecil 

6- 



[V;m.,Phil*:,V-':n.Sr-?,Phil,, Samuel, Chas.VJesley ] 



[11. \ ~j.±~±yjLC uOrcx vjrxj.xj.oii 

9 - 431 Ruth Cecil KFT 

9 - 432 Wayne Cecil NFT 

9 - 433 Ransom Cecil NFT 

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9 - 434 Dorothy- Cecil , 

7 - 174 Uichcard Franklin Cecil 



'rPT 



[Wm.,Philt, Vim. 3r.,Phin, Samuel;' Chas.V.'esley^] 
8 - 358 H-CLUrjEL CECIL t. 3-2I-18S9 

m. 4-2>1914 Bessie Kennedo^- b. II-7-IS9I d. 2-22-1964 

9 - 435 Clarence Itonroe Cecil b. I928 m. May Elise Flo.ya 

9 - 436 Roby Lee Cecil b. 2-9-1932 m. Elain Gai'i-ison " :;F»r 

9 - 437 Delanina Margaret Josephine Cecil b. 6-7-I935 m. B<jh 

9 - 43S Virgina Arlene Cecil b. I92O [adopted] 

[as above ] 

8 - 359 JOHN VJEGLEY CECIL b. 3-27-1891 d. 9-6-1963 
in.[l] 3-30-1919 Ploy Hayworth 
m.[2] 8-19-1932 Bertie Darr b. 1903 

9 - 439 Anita Alberta Cecil b. 9-24-1922 NPT 

9 - 440 Donna [or] Dora Lee Cecil b. 8-7-1927 HPT 

9 - 441 Blance Cecil b. 8-7-1933 m. 8-18-1954 Leon Bowers 

b. 5-29-1930 d. 4-24-1962 
9 - 442 Johnnie Ruth b. 1937 m. Glenn Lassise. 

[ as above ] 

8 - 360 MARY ELIZABETH CECIL b. 11-7-1392 

rM.[l] 5-2-1914 John EEcest Zr^-der b. 2-4-1391 d. 3-3-1948 

la. [2] 10-15-1960 Fervis Ilcdgeoock b. 2-5-1395 

Children all by first marriage: 

9 - 443 Virginia Cleo 3nyder b. 5-15-1915 IJI'T 

9 - 444 Carlene Elizabeth Gnyder b. 2-22-1917 NFT 

9 - 445 Infant 

9 - 446 Josephine Ruth Oriyder b. 1920 rri. Marvin Ghoe 

9 - 447 Margaret .u^trude Gnyder b. 7-10-1925 ni- 12-14- 194^ 

to John William Lawson. No children !IFT 

9 - 448 Jessie Rae Gnyder b. 5-25-1928 NFT 

9 - 449 Hubert Fraiikliu Giio'-der b. 9-22-1931 NFT 

[ as above ] 

8 - 361 BEIUAMIII FRED CECIL b. 9-1-1394 

ni. 3-25-1915 Maude Ella Kennedy b. 5-30-1393 dau. David Kennedy. 

9 - 450 Clyde Mitchell Cecil b. 1917 m. Delia Mae Gtamey 

9 - 451 Melba Rcc Cecil b. I919 m. Robert Coy Byerly 

9 - 452 David V.'ebster Cecil b. 1921 m. Mary Ann V.'all 

9 - 453 Raymond Cecil b. 1924 m. Annie Bell Hunt 

9 - 454 Austin Cecil b. 8-11-1925 NFT 

[ as above ] 

S - 363 ALLEN ROGCOE CECIL b. 9-10-1393 

m.[l] 12-6-1920 Mattie B. Harris b. 4-IO-I898 
m.[2] 4-26-1926 Beatricti Violet Baynes b. 5-9-1893 
9 - 455 Mary Cecil b. 1-5-1923 ^^ 

9 - ^i>(-i jjilly oecij. u. ±~^o-±icj 
Children of 2nd marriage: 

9 - 457 Allen Bruce Rhodes Cecil b. 11-8-1926 d. 6-29-1932 
9 - 458 Theodore Richard Cecil b. 1930 m. Hilda May Hurphy 



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7 - 174 Ri chard Franklin Cecil 

[Wm. ,Philt, Km. Sr. , Phil.'', Samuel, Charles V.'esley ] 

3 - 365 I'L'.GGIE ;.L'iE CECIL b. 4-1-1903 d. 1-13-1929 bur. l^ch Fork Bapt . Ch. 
cem. , Davidson Co. IJ.C. 

m. 12-26-1920 Occo Clarence V.'agncr b. IO-I-I9CI 

9 - 459 Clayton Clarence V.'agner b. 1921 m. Clarice Geraldine Summers 
9 - 460 Cleata Mae V/agner b. 192> m. Clarence Felix Harper 
9-461 Viayne Nagner b. NFT 

[ as above ] 

8 - 366 FLORENCE EVELYi; CECIL b. S-3-1904 

m.[l] 12-24-1924 Cromer Ervin Bowers b. 4-14-1893 d. 11-3-1965 
m.[2] Raymond Ode 11 Embler 

9 - 462 Cromer ;.ustin Bowers b. 7-6-1925 IJPT 

9 - 463 I'lary Rose Bowers b. I927 r.i. Thomas Turner 

[ as above ] 

8 - 367 v;ill;j{d ashburn cecil b. 10-17-1905 

m. 12-29-1934 Mary V;estmore;.and b. 12-16-1908 d. 2-20-1962 
9 - 464 Phyllis Cecil b. 1936 m. Edward Ray Harmon 

7 — 175 3ylvia Samantha Cecil [Craven] 

[I'Jm. ,Philt,V.'m.r:>r'i',Philt,Samuel'j' Charles V.'esley ] 

— ::)I'J I'Liikin.! hLi/iJ.i_orjin Oiux^Ijh D. i)—cj—±ijyL a. i-— (—xyjj 
m. 5-I4-I914 Killiam Troy Glascoe Zr . b. 5-4-1335 
9 - 465 Cleatus Franklin Glascoe b. 12-17-1914 d. same date. 
9 - 466 Elva Bora Glascoe b. 3-15-1916 m- 10-1-1937 Carl Ashley 

Jarre-fct who was b. 4-16-1903 No children so no further trace. 
9 - 467 Etta Lou Glascoe b. 4-11-191" d. 3-2-1921 
9 - 468 V.'m. Troy Glascoe Jr. b. I919 m. Ethel I-'ae Smith 
9 - 469 Ethel Catherine Glascoe b. I923 m. Rigdon Ilane VJilliams 
9 - 470 Aileen Prances Glascoe b. 1925 m. Donald gercy Hines".. 
9 - 471 Ann Symantha Glascoe b. I927 rn. John V.'yatt McDowell 
9 - 472 Betty Emaline Glascoe b. 1931 m- Earlie Isaac Todd 

[ as above ] 

8 - 371 BESSIE LOlT/EN.x CRAVEi: b. IO-I4-IS93 

m. 2-22-1917 Ernest Gaither Johnson b. 3-15-1394 

9 - 473 '"'.'alter Linville Johnson b. 1917 ;»• Frances Mae Rich 

9 - 474 Roscoe Jason Johnson b. 5-23-1922 d. age 22 months 

9 - 475 Clyde Daniel Johnson b. 1922 iVi. Myrtle Evelyn Everhart 

9 - 476 Thurman Lawrence Johnson b. I924 H'. Melissa Gophronia Reed 

9 - 477 Albert Ernest Johnson b. 1926 .ti. Cla Aim LaugXilin 

9 - 478 Helen Symantha Johnson b. 12-5-1923 m. 6-3-I96I Richard 

Brantley Rogers b. 9-10-1935 NFT 

9 - 479 Billy Robert Johnson b. I93I m. Shelby Jean Long 
9 - 48c Donald Ray Johnson b. 1935 m- Betty Joan Hayworth. 

[ as above ] 

8 - 372 JULIUS LINVILLE CR^WEN b. 12-23-1895 

m. 4-14-1917 Maude Mae Swaim b. 3-31-1896 

9 - 481 Janie Jewel Craveii b. 1923 m. Carlos McKenzie Sink 



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7 - 175 3ylvia 3ajnantha Cecil f Craven i 
[Wm.,Philt,Wm.3r-i',rhil'^,Gaff.uol/ Cha_-le8 '..".•sley'''] 
8-373 in;. I-LtY ClL'.VEIT b. :.i-4-i398 

m. 4-27-1918 Paul Austin Johjison b. 2-22-1900 

9 - 482 Fred Loe Johnson b. 192O m. Elvie Mae Evcrhart 

9 - 483 Carol Joseph Johnson b. 1923 m. Norma Bernice Roed 

9 - 4S4 V/aync Linville Johnson b. I925 m. Essie Rae t'raley 

[ as above "] 

3 - 374 IL'.YMOND G;J^lCIA CILIVEN b. I-I-I9CI 

ra. 5-14-1921 Delia Lorena Vaughn b. 5-12-1901 

9 - 485 Arnold Linville Craven b. 1922 m. Mary Frances Craven 

9 - 4S6 James Ralph Craven b. 1926 m. ;-lelva Marie Campbell 

[ as above ] 

8 - 375 MINNIE ;.L,TIIIA CPu.VEN b. 11-28-1903 d. II-5-I965 
n. 10-28-1922 Uilliam .Lnias Proctor b. 7-27-1901 
9 - 487 Alice Eldora Proctor b. 1923 m. Lewis Thomas Jones 
9 - 488 Carlis Edwin Fructor b. I925 m. Annie Maj- Jones 

[ as above ] 

S - 376 BELVIN C0N3T.;NTII:E CRA\rEN b. ir-lj-l30C d. S-II-I95I [K. by Light- 
-ening. ] 

m. 2-15-1930 Gladys Audeen Jones b. 9-6-1903 
9 - 439 Kenneth Lee Craven b. 1930 m. Joyce Yvonne Sorrier 
9 - 490 Piiggy iiuth Craven b. 1934 m. Francis Herman Bowers. 

[ as above ] 

'-> ~ S) I I ijLi.,rii.ixi-i uUh.t. OluiUiiiJ u. u—±iL—±yKj\j 
m. William Ray Collett 

9 - 491 John Vi'eeley Collett b. 1932 m. Margaret Ann Johnson 
9 - 492 Margaret Fayo Collett b. 1937 n\. Larry Neale Patterson 

[ as above ] 

8 - 373 ;.TIIELENE CFulVEN b. 5-11-1912 d. 6-17-1944 

m. 9-27-1930 Hoby Howard Proctor b. 4-I6-I9O9 

9 - 493 /.udrey Mae Proctor b. 1933 m. Billy Joe Hill 3r. 

[ as above ] 

3 - 379 d:.niel v;e3ley cr.iyen b. 5-1-1914 

m. IO-6-I934 Rebecca Livengood 

9 - 494 Henry Dale Craven IfFT 

9 - 495 Da.niul '.'ayne Craven NW 

9 - 496 Jean Cravt;U "FT 

7 - 176 Pauline Virginia Cecil[ Johnson] 
[Wm!,Phil?,V.'m.Sr-?,Phil':,3a;nueir Charles WesleyJ 

m. 6-7-1913 J- Fraiik Griff en 

9 - 497 Viol«--t Ruth Griff en b. 1914 m- Bc-wey Lee Run-.bley 

9 - 493 Eliza Pauline Griffin b. 1915 m. twice 

9 - 499 Joseph Wesley Griff en b. 1916 m. Mary Ellen Hobbs 

9 - 500 James Grady Griffin b. 1913 m. Neva Christine Cooper 

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9 - 501 Beulah l\a.y Griffin b. 6-29-1920 KPT 

9 - 502 Claude Lee Griffin b . 1-29-1923 NPT 

9 - 503 Calvin Daw^s Griffin b. 11-4-1924 NPT 

7 - 177 Lillian Georgia Cecil[Burton] 

[iJml jPhil'TjiJm.Sr':', Phil?, Samuel;' Chas.U'esley ] 

8 - 390 VIOLA BLANCHE BURTON b. 10-27-1900 

m. 6-17-1920 John Lee ilaywood Gurley b, 3-14-1900 d. 12-4-1963 
9 - 504 Barren Ilaywood Gurley b. 3-23-1921 d. II-II-I925 
9 - 505 Elwanda Burton Gurley b. 1923 m. Edward Taylor Harrison 
9 - 506 Edith Madaline Gurley b. 1925 m. Albert Vernon VJalker 
9 - 507 Ronald Lee Gueley b. 1927 m. Wanda Wray VJalker 

[ as above ] 

8 - 391 CIIEGTER LEIGIITON BURTON b. 2-3-1903 

m. 12-26-1924 .lima Ada Ward b. 4-11-1904 

9 - 508 Infant dau. b. & d. 

9 - 509 Clyde Harlan Burton b. 1930 m. Margaret Joy Alewine 

[ as above ] 

8 - 393 KERI.IIT RAY BURTON b. 10-31-1920 
m.[l] Virginia Simpson 

m.[2] 12-23-1957 Delores Jean Cecil b. 2-25-1934 

9 - 510 Faula Jean Burton b. 3-15-1959 - ' '^ 

9 - 511 Cynthia Ann Burton b. 12-15-19^0 . " 

9 - 512 Dixie Lee Burton b. 9-21-1962 
9 - 513 Willar Burton b. 8-2-1963 
9 - 514 Busty Ray Burton b. 9-15-19^4 
9 - 515 Bonnie Sue Burton b. 9-7-19^7 



The records on pages 85 to 92 inclusive, are the result almost entirely 
of the research made by Elah McKaughan Peace. Some records are from the 
book by her husband Richard Raymond Peace. Pop the most part localities 
were not given, but most of these descendants of Richard liams Cecil and 
Charles l.'esley Cecil , sons of Samuel Cecil, are located in the Davidson 
Co. N.C. area. Some at High Point, some at Thomasville, some at Lexington, 
and at other points in the general area. Our grateful appreciation and 
acknowledgement of Elah McKaughan Peace' fine effort. ACK 



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CILTTai IX 

8-1 Jolin RuESoll Taylor 
8-33 Eliz. Ellen Stout 

[Wm!,Phil?,Wm.3r^,-,.m.Jr!, John B?,"i^^^^ B^.JoscphinJ 

'Thomas, Mary 
The descendants of John Russell Taylor have a dual ancestry since- tr.oir 
mother is also of Cecil descent and a 2nd cousin to John It. She bears the 
number 8-33 ajid is found in her place in the family page 50 this book. 

9-1 LAV:iiENCE nUSDELL T.^YLOH b. 6-I-I895 rn. Juanita Thibadoaux MPT 

[ as above ] 

9-2 SYLVIA ZELMA TAYLOR b. 12-24-1393 d. 3-25-1970 Lived K.C. Mo. 
m. Francis McGrath 

10-1 Marie Julia McGrath b. I932 rn. Jos. Garcia 
10-2 Josephine Ellen McGrath b. 3-31-1932 [twin to Marie] 

d. 9-9-1932 
10-3 Marilyn McGrath b. 8-29-1933 m. Robert Adamson 
10-4 raul Kornit McGrath b. 1935 m. 3hirley Marie Knight 

[ as above ] 

9-3 ALBERT KErilTETII TAYLOR b. 9-5-I9OO Lives K. C. Mo. 
m. [1] Stella Sleighoper Div. 
m.[2] Mary Payne Div. 
in. [3j .uuiie Miller b. 9-2-1905 
Lacking dates for the above marriages, I cannot establish the mothers 
of the following children. 

10-5 Mildred Taylor b. I921 m. twice 

10-6 ..Ibert Kenneth Jr. b. 8-24-1924 IH^ 

10-7 Robert Marion Taylor b. 11-26-1926 d. 12-21-1965 IIFT 

[ as above ] 

9-4 CLINTON CECIL T.VYLOR b. 9-3-1902 
nri.[l] 1924 Lucile Iris Div. 

1934 -Inne Murphy who d. 6-5-1949 
Virlie 



m.[2; 
m.[ 



10 - 3 Sonya b. 1-26-1934 ni. Jines NFT 

3-3 James Edward Taylor 
[V:m.,Phil.,V.'m.Sr.,':m.Jr.,John B?,V,'m.B. .Josephine ] 

9 - 10 VI0L;>. T-.YLOu D. 1-25-1900 Lives Cornelia, Mo. 

m. 2-19-1922 Howard Estes Smith b. d. 4-12-1951 
10 - 10 Jean Frances Smith b. 1924 m. Robert Lowery 
10 - 11 Howard Estey Smith Jr. b. 4-4-1926 Unm. NFT 

10 - 12 Gordon .illen Smith b. I929 m. Betty Doris Fetterling 
10 - 13 Max Robert Smith b. 1931 ■^l. Virginia Rae Baker 
Viola has gone to great lengths to obtain names and addresses of Cecil des- 
-cendants, and has provided invaluable material concerning relationships. 

[ IIS ■ abo ve ] 

9-11 THO;.y.S EDWARD TAYLOR b. 10-13-1901 m. Dollie Poilette . .^ 
10 - 14 Donald Eugene Taylor -^^^ 

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S - 7 V.'illiam V/eslc-y Cecil 

['um. , Phil. jHm.Sr. jV.'fn.Jr'i", John B., ■•.'.n.B . , John W. ] 

9-12 IffiLVIIJ V.'ILLIAM CECIL b. 2-l>-1900 d. 19S9 Bur. Sedalia, Mo. Mem. Cem. 
m. 5-24-1936 Claribel Chambcrlin 

10 - 15 Melvin Cecil Jr. b. 1937 >t'- Suzanne McKogue 
10 - 16 Duane Chamberlin Cecil b. 1940 m. Linda Lou Boono 

[ as above ] 

9-13 ELVER WESLEY CECIL b. 3-22-1901 d. 1-4-1971 at Sedalia, Mo. Bur. Sedalia, 
m. 11-24-1923 Lottie Russell Couple lived Sedalia, Mo. 
10 - 17 V/illiam Wesley Cecil b. 7-22-1925 d. 1926 

Elver was associated in business with his brother Oorald for several years, 
owning and operating an appliance store and bicycle shop in Sedalia, Mo. 
Elver and wife Lottie were very active in chvirch and community affairs. Their 
warm hospitality the focal point for family and friends gatherings. 

[ as above ] 

9 - 15 CLEO MC CLURE CECIL b. 1-2-1906 

m. 2-8-1953 Delma Viola Case Lives in Sedalia, Missouri. 

Cleo was associated in business with his brothers Elver and Gerald for several 
years. Though this couple has no children, they have been very helpful and 
encouraging in gathex'ing family i-ccorda. Our grateful appreciation. 

[ as above ] 

9-16 DOROTHY LOUISE CECIL b. 6-21-1908 Sedalia, Mo. Lives [l97l] Dallas, Tex. 
m. 6-21-1928 J. Clayton Mitchell b.1903 d. April I953 
10 - 18 Mary Lou Mitchell b. 12-21-1934 m. 3-6-i965 Warren G. Haase 
10 - 19 Thomas Cla^yton Mitchell b. 6-7-1945 m. 6-7-I968 Carol \nn 
Schroeder. 

[ as above ] 

9-17 IL-JDIIffi M;.RGARET CECIL b. 9-25-1910 

c!. 10-20-1929 Charles Raymond Roberts b. 11-1 5-1901 
10 - 20 Billy Jack Roberts b. H-3-1934 'm. Cheral Schoen "in I956 
10 - 21 Charles Raymond Roberts Jr. b. 1-11-1937 m. IJancy Pace 
10 - 22 Cecil Roberts b. 5-24-I95I at Sedalia, Mo. 

[ as above ] 

9-18 WILLI.wl WESLEY CECIL Jr. b. 7-8-1913 

m. 6-29-1945 Hazel Vandino Ellis b. 11-2-1925 
lb - 23 Teddy V.illiam Cecil b. IO-II-I948 
10 - 24 David Preston Cecil b. 7-20-1950 

Hazel Ellis Cecil has gathered a lot of rt.'cords concerning the Cecil family 

and has provided many of the dates for her husbands family. They live Sedalia, Mo. 

[ as above ] 

9-19 GEPulLD CSC:J^i CECIL b. 2-29-1922 

m. 6-29-1947 Helen Rowlette b. 10-21-1926 
10 - 25 Gerald Oscar Cecil Jr. h. 9-17-1952 
10 - 26 Gregory Allen Cecil b. .0-4-1953 

Gerald Cecil operates'. the Cecil Appliance Store and Bicycle Shop in Sedalia. t.jq_ 
Family lives in Sedalia, Mo. 

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8-21 Koubon Edgar ^-.c.^ 
[V/m.,Philt,Wm.3r^,Wm.Jr'},John B^Wm.B^.Alex.RT"! 
9-23 ALTA DERPc CECIL b. 10-21-1910 Johnson Co. :icb. 

n.. 4-20-1933 Liiioolii, I.'cbi-. to 3[corikji;] Dcivid Koch b. I2-?-1902. 
at Winside, N.;br. Don of David and Martha [Miller] Koch 
10 - 27 Alico Margaret Koch b. 1942 m. •.■.'alter Richard Lcmkc 
10 - 28 Lois Alt a Koch b. 1946 Terre Haute, Ind. 

G. David ICoch is a Ph.D. and ta->ight a total of 3^ years at the University 
level, being at Indiana .3tato Uni. for the most part - 1939 to retirement 
in 1968. lie taught Geographer- and Meteorology. He is a mc.-nber of Scottish 
Iiite, and of the Terre Haute Exchange Club where he served aa president aiid 
also v/as awarded the Book of Golden iUeeds award for outstanding service to 
the community. Alta, besides home making enjoys painting, music, sewing, 
and of course genealogy. This book is the fifth in that area of research. 
Dcivid and Alta are members of the First Congregational Church at Terre 
Ilauto, Ind. Their homo is on an acreage of large timber seven miles west 
of T.II. .tlta is A member of Colonial Dames XVII Century, and has establishcfJ 
and had accepted, a supplemental line of descent from the first V.'illicWi Cecil 
[I665-I749] this book. She is also a member of Mation.al and State Hugue- 
-not oociely. 

[ as above ] 

9 - 24 TEOLA MARION CECIL b. 2-17-1919 at Lincoln, Nebraska 

m. 3-24-1940 Arthur V.'oodrow V.'ilson b. 8-4-19^2 Franklin, Ncbr. 

10 - 29 John Dennis Wilson b. 2-7-1942 

Tt^acues Ind. Ed. at Centerville K.o., Centorville,Ia. Ua-n. 

10 - 30 Jay Raymond VJilson b. 2-9-1946 m. Jane Paulsen 

10 - 31 Kent Cecil L'ilson b. 7-3-1948 IJobr. 

10 - 32 David Lee V/ilson b. 12-6-19^1 Nebr. 
Arthur 1.'. '-'ilson is the son of John and Lillian [price] Vi'ilson. ."o'thur 
and Teola ovm and operate a 320 acre crop and stock farm 8 mi. e.n.e. of 
TeouiTiseh, Nebraska. Both attended the Uni. of Nebraska. leolas interests 
in creative arts are manifest in their large home, often the center of 
family and community gatherings. She enjoys collecting and restoring ant- 
-ique furniture. Both are active in the Presbyteriai Church, Farm Bureau 
and other community activitit;s. 

3-22 Clinton Marcelius Taggart 

[Urn! ,Philt,V,Tn.3r^,V.'in.Jr'^, John B^.V.'m.B? Nancy ] 

9-25 PILuJCIG CECIL T.-.GG-Uff b. 7-13-1912 
m. 10-20-1943 Jessie Garna Long 

10 - 33 V/illiam Thomas Taggart b. 1-20-1930 [adopted] 
10 - 34 Marcie Garna Taggart b. 7-9-19;i [adoptedj 

Francis Cecil Taggart is advertizing mgr. for radio station T./YG m Shen- 

-dan, l!yo. whore the family liveo. He was Radio Man First Class in U.S. 

Navy ^J.V.'.II. His wife,' Jessie was an army nurse. Lieutenant, V..'.;.II 

[ as above ] 

9-26 ROGE M.'vRIE T;.GG;JIT b. I9I9 

m. 10-28-1944 Robert J. McKenna Jr. Live at Jewctt City, Conn. 
10 - 35 Carlecn McKenna b. 1946 Works for State of Conn, as a 
Special Psychiatric Aide. 

cont. next page. 

95 



fam. of Rose ilarie Taggart cont . 

10 - 36 Ellen :.Iarie McKenna b. 1947 rr,. Phillip Glen Sell of East 
Ilamp-fcon, Conn. Ell^n is a registered nurse. 

10 - 37 Tiobert James McKenna III b. 12-24-1950. At present [l97l] 
he is in the Navy, a Radioman on the U3S Iv;o Jima 

10 - 38 Judith Ann McICenna b. 2-11-1953 

10 - 39 :iichael Windsor I.IcKenna b. 3-1-1960 

w — tj iiora. J. o^jgcil [_±cljyx01j 

[Nm. , Phil':, Wm. or-:', Nm.Jr?, John B.,Wm. B., Julia j!] 

9-27 EELM.Ui DONOV.AN T.AYLOR b. 2-21-1904 d. 4-20-1931 Mo. 
m. IC-2-I929 Doroth;/ Jackson 
10 - 40 ITancy Maude Taylor IIFT 

3-27 Lousettie J. Stout [Taylor] 

[VJm. ,Phil'7,U'm.3r"?,',;m.Jr'l, John bV, Thomas, Mary] 

9-35 I-:iLLI-u.I FR^ffiCLIN TAYLOI'l b. 3-31-1382 d. 10-14-1933 

m. 1902 Nora Taggart [#3 - 23_] above. Ilora b. 7-30-1882 d. 2-20-1937 

10 - Dclmar Donovan [,r 9 - 27 ] as just above. 

[ as above ] 

9-37 EL3IE IREIIE TAYLOR b. 11-25-1394 

m. II-I3-I91S Howard Bud Cain b. 4-10-1393 d. II-I2-I963 son of 
John Hamilton and Margaret [Monasinith] Cain. 
10 - 42 Fay Jean Cain b. 10-31-1919 d. 12-2-1920 

J.U — t-fj iifui,^ Lci:: VjJ-xii u. •o—±i—±y£.± a. ;^— xw— ±^£i( 

10 - 44 John Howard Cain b. 1923 ru. 195j- Horma Dean ICyle 
10 — 45 Elsie Hadine Cain b. 1925 ii'« 194^ Eugene Trapnell 
10 - 46 Heluii Louise Cain b. 1927 m. 1952 John 11. Brooks 
10 - 47 Biddie Gra.ce Cain b. 1932 m. twicu 

10 - 43 Jarnes Delmar Cain b. 1935 m- 19^0 Charlene 'Jood Lambert 
10 - 49 V/illiam Edvjard Cain b. 9-19-1937 d. 4-4-1939 
[For the above family of Howard Cain. His father John H. Cain was b. 8-I7-I85O 
and he d. I936. His mother Margaret Monasmith Cain was b. 6-9-I852 d. I92O ] 

[ as above ] 

9-38 FAY BEATRICE T;.YLCR b. 10-26-1903 

m. J)— t-if— 1923 Chester I. '.iGstrope Live at Lake Lotaviana, i>Io . 64O03 

10 - 50 June Adair '..'estropo b. I924 ifi. Kenneth E. Brown 

10 - 51 Bttnnie Jean ^,'estrope b. I926 ivi. Juett V.'hitford Div. 

10 - 52 Carol Fay VJcstropc b. 193o m. James B. Carpentar 

10 - 53 Howard Taylor Vifstrope 1:1. Patricia A. Bradbury 

10 - 54 Sharon 3ue V.'estrope b. 1942 m. Donald Hulsey 

8-23 Allen Louis Stout 
[Wm., Phil", Ilm.Sr.jL'm.Jr't, John B"^,;. Thomas, Mary'] 

9-40 E:-n;j3ELLE stout b. 11-4-1904 

m. 6-I3-I926 Harry Simpson 

10 - 55 Barbara Simpson b. 7-19-1933 m. 3-4-1956 George Chase NFT 

10 - 56 Carol Jean Simpson b. 12-18-1937 m. 9-26-1958 Larry Mitchell IIFI 



36 



8-29 Phebe Ami Stout [Roberts & Bakerl 

[V.m. , Phil., Wtn.3r^,Wm.;r7, John B?, Thomaef Hary"^] 
9-43 iiF/A HOWARD b. IO-I9-IS93 
rr..[l] nalph 3rr.it h 
a}.[2] Peter Bur^'ard 
10 - 57 Hallie Smith 
IC - j:^ 3ylvia Burgarcl 

[ as above ] ' 

9 - 46 BEiaJICE HOWARD b. 8-3O-I9O4 
m. 1-29-1924 Oro.l Landis 
10 - 59 Odetta Landis 

[ as above ] 

9-45 ACE HOUAKD 

m. Cordie Haller 
10-60 Anna May Howard 
10 - 61 Gale Howard 

8-20 Hiram Graiit 3tout 
[Km. ,Phil. ,Wm.3r. ,Wm.Jr' ,John B^, Thomas^ Mary ] 

9 - 30 I.LUIY GERTliUDE 3T0UT b. 12-26-1899 c. 3-19-1934 
m. F. L. Latta 

10 - 62 Mary Nadine Latta b. 2-4-1Q23 m. Norman L. Jackson 
10 - 63 Fern Latta m. Carl Hunter 

8-32 IJancy F. Stout [Baker & Marr] 

[l.'m. ,Philt',v;m.3r. ,V/m.Jr':f,Jchn B. , Thomas, Mary!] 

9-51 BEULAH JANETTE B^lIvER b. 5-7-IS94 

m. 10-28-1914 Walit-r Lewis Do wiling b. 6-30-1S93 d. 7-1-1966 

10 - 64 V;alter Lewis Downing Jr. b. 1917 m* Virginia M. Kennedy 

10 - 65 Annabel Lee Downing b. I91I' m. James Scott Beery 

10 - CC Mary Louise Downing b. 1927 tn. Francis J. Crenshaw 

[ as above ] 

9-52 LUCILLE GLADYS MARR b. 3-21-1905 Livcs Hanford, Calif, 
rn. 8-30-1930 Royal A. Johnson b. 1-5-1907 
10 - 67 [a] Donald Royal Johnson b. 4-25-1934 

10 - 63 [a] Carol Ann Johnson b. 12-13-1935 !"• Wendell Darrel Holder 
10 - 69 [a] Janet Gay Johnson b. 11-19-1935 m. Jerry Norman Hopkins 

[ as above ] 

9-53 CILAiRLES EIV'ERETT MAllR b. 3-9-1907 Lives VJarrensburg, Mo. 
m.[l] 2-9-1930 Minnie Ranee Div. Apr. I96O 
m.[2] 5-I6-I96O Genevieve Giltner 
Children all by first marriage. 

10 - 70 [a] Alberta June Marr b. 3-12-1931 m. Kenneth C. Grandstaff 
10 - 71 [a] 3etty Jean Marr b. 3-27-1932 m. Robert L. Bird 
10 - 72 [a] Robert Allen Marr b. 4-1-1933 nri. Elizabeth /uiu Darbee 
10 - 73 [a] V.illiam Leland Marr b. Nov. 1934 d. 10-31-1953 
10 - 74 [a] Charles Oliver Marr b. 2-26-1936 m. Bonnie Elizabeth Wilsot 
10 - 75 [a] Marion Harley Marr b. 5-6-I94O m. Edda Behrendt 
10 - 76 [a] Mary Sue Marr [twin to Marion] m. Bobby Ra>y Fisher 
10 - 77 [a] John Estil Marr b. 2-9-1942 

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Ifancy P. Stout [Baker & Marr] 



[WmJ ,Fhil. ,Wm.3r.,V/m. JrT, John B., Thomas, Mary'] 

9-55 ALBEIiT nilNG I^IAER b. 5-27-1912 

m. 1-13-1934 Mildred Woodford b. 3-11-1913 

10 - 78 [a] Owen Francis Marr b, 3-21-1936 m. Betty Burline Vickers 
10 - 79 [a] Albert Vlayne Marr b. 1-29-1941 d. 12-22-1941 
10 - So [a] Terry Eugene Marr b. 1-25-1943 m. Olta Donna Brown 

[ as above ] 

9-57 IL4RLEY EUGEfJE MARR b. 5-1-1918 

m, 3-23-1946 Lillian Silvers b. 3-27-1917 
10 - 81 [a] iJancy Kay Marr b. 3-30-1947 

8 — 33 Elizabeth Ellen Stout |_TaylorJ 

[Vj'm. jPhilf ,V.'m.Sr. jiVm.Jr. , John B., Thomas, Mary ] 

Elizabeth Ellens children have a dual Cecil lineage. They are 9-1 thru 9-6 
page S3 

8 - 34 Francis Marion Stout 
[Wm. ,Phil. ,Wm.3r. ,V;m. Jr. , John B., Thomas, Mary ] 

9-65 MIIIIJIE CHRISTINA STOUT b. 11-17-1902 Lives V.'arrensburg, Mo. 

mo 1-26-1928 Jesse Mifflin b. 4-30-1883 d. 2-27-1960 [Minnie has been 

10 - 67 Ethel Marie Mifflin b. 1929 m. Filmore Jones of tremendous help 

10 - 68 Jesse James Mifflin still born 5-I3-1936 in providing records 

10 - 69 Ldith May Mifflin b. 4-7-1942 d. 3-3-1942 for her family.] 

[ as above J 
9-66 ALI.Ll JEx^IJETTE STOUT b. 3-22-1905 

m. 1926 Sterling Mifflin b. 3-13-1387 d. 7-25-1970 
10 - 70 Marion Lewis Mifflin m. Maradi Hedges 
10 - 71 Galen Mifflin m. Ida Pearl Racy 

[ as above ] 
9-67 IJELLIE FliAircES STOUT B. II-II-I913 
m. John Phillips 

10 - 72 Prances Laverne Phillips m. Ralph Ray Div. 
10 - 73 William Earl Phillips m. Eva Ward 
10 - 74 Thomas Phillips m. Sarah Burford 
10 - 75 Leroy Hayes Phillips m. Phyllis McGirl 

(_ as above j 
9-68 WILLIAM EMMETT STOUT b. 5-I4-I916 

m. Shirley Irene Browning b. I-I5-I92O 

10 - 76 Billie Irene Stout b, 1938 m. Underwood & Miller 

10 - 77 Ruth Lynn Stout b. I941 m. Russell Lee Stone 

10 - 78 William Emmet Stout Jr. b. I948 m. Nancy Jane Bales 

10 - 79 Martha Kay Stout b. 1-12-1954 

10 - 80 Betty Ami Stout b. 7-17-19^7 

8-51 Falbia Cecil [Helterbrand] 
[Wm. , Phil. jWm.Sr. ,Wm. Jr. , John B. , Daniel, Wm. Henry ] 

9-75 OPHELIA LLIRGARET HELTERBRAJID b. 5-16-1912 
m. Cleo Kaskel 
10 - 81 Betty Jane Haskel b. I938 m. Harlan Osborn 

S - 52 Grover Clifton Cecil 
[Wm. ,rhil. ,Wm.Sr. ,Wm.Jr. ,John 3., Daniel, Wm. Henry 1 
9-77 PERKY WILLIAM CECIL b. 4-1-1913 Mo. 
!''■'• 4-I6-I939 Eva Josephine McDanitl 

10 - 82 Betty Joann Cecil b. I943 m. John Wayne Cully 
10 - 83 Carol Sue Cecil b. 9-20-1946 m. Clarke Eugene Tyler 
10 - 84 Shirley Jean Cecil b. 4-28-1951 

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3 - ;^4 Gertrude Cecil[3urbaugh ] 

[VJm.,Fhilt,Wm.3r^,Wm.Jr'J,John B? Dan'l J^.Wm.Henry"^] 

9-79 MAHJOKIE :.!ILLHED GUH3AX1I b. IO-IS-I9IO Johnson Co. Mo. 
m. C.II. Smith 
10 - 85 Sabra Jolene Curry Smith b. 1932 Salina, Kan. 

m. Paul ilutson Jr. No children NFT 

[ as above ] 

9-30 FitANCEG zel:.u surb;.ugii b. 4-23-1913 

m. Johannes 

10 - 36 ^Patricia Johannes m. Drawford IJPT 

8 - 35 Herbert Bryan Cecil 

1 2 ^ " 5 6 7 
[Wm.,Phil.,Vifm.Sr-:',VJm.Jr'^,John B., Dan'l J. , Win. Henry '] 

9-81 V.'IL'rlA CECIL b. 3-7-19^0 Johnson Co. Mo. 
it,. 6-14-1941 Emory Bell b. 2-21—1921 
10 - 37 Ivilma Jean Bell b. I944 m. I96O Robert Ross 
10 - 88 David Eugene Bell b. 2-2-1946 m. Cheryl Bilucia [?] 
10 - 39 Herbert Lee Bell b. 9-I9-I96O 

This family lives just north of Uarrensburg, Mo. 

[ as above ] 

9-32 M;iXIIJE CECIL b. 3-3-1922 d. 9-I9-I969 
m. 11-16-1942 l.'illiam D. Stahl 
10 - 90 Donna Majcine Stahl b. 1944 m. Larry Gallagher. 

[ as above ] 

9-83 LELIA PERN CECIL b. 7-3I-I923 
m. 3-15-1947 Isaac Corral 
10 - 91 Gary Dean Corral b. 2-9-19;?4 

[ as above 1 

9 - 34 I.'ALEIJE CECIL b. I2-I9OI924 

m, 7-17-1942 to Bill Baird b. 9-13-1923 Lives at Calhoun, Mo. 
10 - 92 Carylon Pern Baird b. 1943 m. V.'m. Douglas Spring 
10 - 93 Bobby Dean Baird b. 1947 m- Glenda Chief 

[ as above ] 

9-85 VIIiGIL CECIL b. 3-29-1927 

m. 7-13-1953 Kosalie GaltJiman 

10 - 94 Saundra Lynn Cecil b. 8-7-1955 d- 9-24-1958 

10 - 95 Micheal Bryan Cecil b. IO-25-I96O 

10 - 96 Linda Cummings b. 1-31-1943 [step-daughter ] 

[ as above ] 

9-86 BETTY CECIL b. 9-28-1931 
m. 4-19-1931 Don Dicavoli 
10 - 97 Cathy Ann Dicavoli b. 5-5-19>'9 
IC - 93 Connie Louise Dicavoli b. 12-12-1960 

[ as above ] 

9 - 37 VER-i CECIL b. 6-3-1933 

m. 9-30-1952 John Henry Gee 

10 - 99 John Henry Gee Jr. "Jack' b. S-28-1953 

10 - 100 Susie Coleen Gee b. 5-10-1957 

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8-59 Maude Theola Ilarr [ Murphy] 

fV»'m.,Phil^,VJm.Gr., Urn. Jr":^, John 'Q'! , Daniel J., Phebe Jl ] 

9-98 INEZ LUCILLE MUnPIIY L. 9->1904 Leeton Mo. 

m. George Eldo Downer ■b.3-'r-190S ;>.ppleton City, 'Ao . son of Geo. N. 

and Elena [Spry] Downer. 

10 - 101 Marjory Marie Downer b. 1-9-1931 .ippleton City, Mo. 

m. Berton Allen Easley b. 11-15-1930 Clay Co. Mo. No 
children. NET 

10 - 102 Leo Kayne Downer b. 2-4-1933 .-Ippleton City, Mo 
m. Shirley Jane Tackett 

Inez and Geo. Downer live 1216 3t . Louis Ave. Excelsior Spgs . , Mo. 

[ as above ] 

— yy LiO±o Libxiij I'luiu hi u. a.<i— ^c— x;:^ j.u 

III. 193o Harry Kiefer b. 11-25-19^-1 
10 - 103 Marvin Kiefer b. 5-7-1937 Unm. 
10 - 104 Ronald Kiefur b. 1945 rn. Charlene Thomas 
Lois and Harry Kiefer live at Urich, Mo. Tite. 1 

8-66 Chas . Clifford Ewing 

[VJm. ,Phii'r,Wm.5r . ,Wm.Jr . , John B. Daniel J. Nancy ] 

9 - 104 N.IOMI W. EUING 
ra. VJanda Budd 

10 - 105 V«anda Lee Budd b. d. I967 m. David Ghultz 

10 - 106 Bill Budd I.TT 

10 — 107 iilbert Budd UPT 

10 - 108 Norma Budd NET 

10 - 109 James Budd NET 

10 - 110 Elmer Budd NET 

10 - 111 Clifford Budd - ,■ _ ^ NET 

\ as above ] 

9 - 106 CLEM V.ILENTINE K.'ING b. 12-25-1903 Cedar Co. Mu . 

m. IO-6-I925 Geneva Newman 

10 - 112 Walter N. Ewing b. 8-24-1926 m. twice 
Clem Ewing attended Old Normal School at Springfield, Mo. He operates a 
grocery store at Nevada, Mo. _ ■ , 



[ as above j 



9 - 107 EDNA EWING b. I905 Cedar Grove, Mo. 

m. 1928 William 0. Basecke b. I905 Kelinstsdt, Germariy 

10 - 113 Patty Rose Basecke b. I929 m. I947 Calvin Johnson 

10 - 114 Rudi Basecke b. 1931 Rogers, Jjk. m. Loretta Neil 

The Baseckes own and operate a clieese factory at Stockton, Mo., wliere they 

live. 

8-67 Finis Eli Ewing 

[Wm!,Phil^,Wm.3r-i',Wm.Jr'".'" John B? Dan'l J., Nancy "^j 

9 - 108 CLAPul EWING b. I909 Cedar Grove, Mo. 

m.[l] Bernie Clcipton. No children of this marriage. 

m.[2] Lawrence Hembree 

10 - 115 Anna Laura Hembree b. 1942 K.C. Mo. m. Leonard L. Hopkins 

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8 - C7 Finis Eli Ewirife- 
[ Wm.,Philt,Wm.3rf,V.'m.JrV,John Bl', Dan'l J.,Nanc>l 
9 - 109 GDORGE KU33ELL EIJIX b. 1913 Codar Crovo, Mo. 

rri.[l] 4-20-1934 Henrietta Keed b. 1912 Huntsville, /irk 

and who d. 2-I5-I937 Cedar Grove, Mo. Dur. Stockton, Mo. 
m.[2] Dema Chastain [widow] 
Children all by first -.arriagc-. 
10 - 116 Nina Florence Ewing b. 1933 Huntsville, Ark. m. Jerry 

Lee Phillips 
10 - 117 Edward Eli Ewing b. I938 Huntsville, Ark. rn. rinllii* i':umi». 

-bell 
10 - 118 Thomas Russell Ewing b. I94I Huntsville, „rk. m. Ellen 
V/ooldridge 

[ as above ] 

9 - 110 KOBEHT HJiRRIS EWING b. 9-18-1923 Cedar Co. ito . 

m. 4-7-1343 Nevada, Mo. Sibyl Imogene Budd b. 2-5-1919 Cedar Co. 

10 - 119 Buddy Harris Ewing b. [;-l-1943 3pringfield, Mo. 
m. Ruth ;,.nn Ghoemaker b. 3-12-194^^ 3t . Joe. Mo. 
Robert Karris Ewing volumteered and served in the Ilavy during '.•.■.'..'. II 1943- 
194!^. Aboard battleship 'J.3.N. Carolina most of the time. Eai-ned 13 battle 
stars. In Tokyo Bay when treaty was signed. 3oi:jght property in Spritigl'i pIH 
Mo. in 1945 and works at Reynolds Mfg. Co. where he is foimdi-y Piipei-visor. 
Hobbies of this couple are gardening, cairiping and fishing. 

[ as above ] 

9 - 111 BETTY JO EWING b. 10-10-1926 Stockton, Mo. 

lu. 1-20-1947 Ft. 3cott, Kaiis. to Harold Joe 3harp "Jinks" 
who was b. I-6-I928, Stockton, Mo. This couple are fai'iners. 

10 - 120 John .-..Iden Sharp b. 1947 m. Linda Div. 

10 - 121 Kathy Ann Sharp b. 3-13-1962 Huinansville, Mo. 
10 — 122 Daren Lee Sliarp b. 3— 3— 19*-''+ 

8-68 Mary Ewing [Hoskinson] 
[Wml, Phil?, Urn. 3r^,Km.Jr':, John B^, Dan'l J. Nancy ] 

9 - 112' SCOTT ADDISON HOSKINSON b. 9-2:}-1906 
rn. 3-10-1929 Heleno Cole. 

10 - 123 Sylvia Mae Hoskinson b. 1931 m. Northcut 

10 - 124 William 3. Hoskinson b. 1933 m. Gertrude Stene 
10 - 125 Thomas F. Hoskinson b. 1936 m. Roberta Brownlee 

Scott Addison Hoskinson is a retired teacher, having taught at both H.G. 
and University levels. He is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Jle ended 
his teaching career by teaching Vocational Agriculture in High School at 
Big Tin.ber, Mont. He is proud of the record that "60,o of m,v former students 
are running the ranches in the couuhy and 10,o are doing the mechanical work 
that is part of the Vo-;.g program". Scott is inter.^sted m genealogy and 
has researched the Hoskinson liue since retiveinf-nt . 

8 - 71 Gus Hile Cecil 
[Wm!, Phil?, Wm.Sr^,Wm.Jr':, John B^, Dan'l, Columbus A.] 

9 - 114 JOHN COLUMBUS CECIL b. 3-2^-1915 

m. Thelma Bird Div. 

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101 



fam. John Colurribu.s Cecil con"b . 

10 - 126 -^nita Virginia Cecil b. 9-12-194_ 

10 - 127 John Wayne Cecil b. 3-23-1945 
John C. Cecil lives at Centerview, Mo. He was in Air Craft work for 23 
years but now farms . 

3-73 Eaidee A.Cecil [Evans] 

[VJm. ,Philt,VJm.3r':',b'm.Jr';!", JohnB. ,Dan' 1 J. , Columbus .i.] 

9 - 115 LEVI IILl El^xIJS b. 3-17-1921 Le^ton, Mo. 

m. 9-18-1943 Mary Emma Gtacy b. 9-I7-I92I Dau. of John & Nettie 

I Huilj ^tacy. 

10 - 128 Gloria Fern b. 7-3-1946 m. Roy Maloncy 

10 - 129 Carol Sue Evans b. I-II-I949 
Levi Ira Evans is a chemist by profession. He served in the U.S. Army. 
His hobby - photography. 

[ as above ] 

9 — 116 CECIL ILiMFTOIJ EVjiNS b . 1—24—1924 

m. 12-7-1950 Clara Seldomridge b. 3-24-1930 Dau. of prank & Lola 

[Cutshall] Seldoiuridge. 
10 - 130 Daniel Roy Evans b. S-I6-I952 d. 11-1-1953 
10 - 131 Killiarri Joseph Evans stillborn in May 1954 
10 - 132 Mary Lynn Evans b. 7-13-1955 
10 - 133 Bacil Kieth Evans b. 5-27-1960 

Cecil Hampton Evans is a stone mason and the family lives in Kansa,s City, 
Kansas. Clara, greatly interested in family history has helped to gather 
many records of the descendants of Columbus Asbury Cecil. 

[ as above ] 

9 - 117 KENTIETH ROY EVAKG b. 8-21-1926 
m. I-23-I948 Bordenia Coleman 
10 - 134 Vincent Evans b. 9-7-1949 
10 - 135 Ronald Eugene Evans b. 3-4-1951 

Kenneth Roy Evans served in the U.S. l]a\':/ V.'.V.'. II 

d — 7*^ Edna L. Smaxtz [_xidamsj 

[i:m.,Philt',Wm.Sr-i', Urn. Jr":^, John B::', Dan'l J. "^ Louisa'] 

9 - lis BETHEL :.DAMS b. .;-20-1906 '.:a.rrensburg, Mo. d. 1932 
m. Feb. I923 to March \\ . Jones b. 3-10-1397 
10 - 136 Wanda Lee Jones b. June I925 d. 2-12-1929 
10 - 137 Lovita May Jones b. 3-24-1927 m, Clarence Price Jr. 
10 - 138 Kenneth Jones b. 8-6-I929 lives Orl^.ndo, Fla. 

8-77 Roxit Smaltz [Surbaugh] 
[V:m.,PhilT,V,'m.Sr., Vim. Jr'.', John B;, Dan'l J. Louisa ] 

9 - 125'"FRAIJIC CECIL SURBAUGu b. 9-24-I910 
m. Mary Ann Kohls b. 1-8-1913 
10 - 139 Diedre Ovidia Surbaugh b. 3-6-19.;9 
10 - 140 Dana Frank Frederick Surbaugh b. II-8-I954 

[ as above ] 

9 - 126 HENRY LEE SURBAUGH b. 7-3-I914 

m. Martha Minor b. 6-I4-I914 
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102 



fam. of Henry Loe Surbaugh cont . 

10 - 141 Marilyn 3urbau(':h b. m. David Clark SnuiH 

10 - 142 Frederick Lee Surbaugh b. I94O m. Caroio Irene ««>,-^ 

10 - 143 ..lartha Jtan Surbaugh b. 9-30-1943 

S - 77 Roxie Smaltz [oui-baughj 

[V;m., Phil':, VJm.3r-^,V.'m.Jr?, John B^, Daniel J., Louisa'] 

9 - 127 VIHCINi;. nUTII 3Ulffi.;UGII b. 6-4-1916 Lives Okla. City, Ckla. 
m. IO-I-I938 Lehman Harrison oullivan b. I-I-I913 
10 - 144 William Harrison Cullivan b. 1940 m. Mary E. Grant 

8-79 Francis M. Cocil 

1 2 ^ 1.' "S 6 7 
[Vlin. , Phil. ,i:!Ti.,Sr"^,Wm. JrV, John B., Andrew J., Dan'l W.] 

9 - 130 EL3IE GKETELL CECIL b. IO-3I-IO94 Lives Chilhowt-e, Mo. 

1:1. [1] Edgar Gliaiiks on 3-3-1919 

m.[2] Dr. Stephens [dentistl 

10 - 143 Jajnes Cecil Shanks b. 1920 m. Ruth [McQuitty] Raker wid. 
Elsie Gretell Ctcil Gtephens lives at Chilhowce, Mo. 

[ as above ] 

9 - 131 VIOLA CECIL b. 1397 d. I917 
m. Carl M. Hatfield 
10 - 146 Viola Hatfield m. Mike 3;iiith NPT 

8-81 Bessie Cecil [Hatf ield-Poe] 
[Wml.Phil^.lvm.Sr^.VJm.Jr.SJohn B^, Andrew J., Dan'l V,'. ] 



9 - 134 JAMES :G. HATFIELD 
m. Ruth Evans 
10 - 147 .lary R. Hatfield 



NFT 



10 - l.;S Gloria Har.field N^ 

8 - S3 Flossie C. Cecil [Davis] 
[Vim], Philf, Vim. 3r-},Wm.Jr'^, John bV, Andrew J., Nancy ] 

9 - 138 J. li. D;iVI3 b. 1-30-1905 Lives l.'arrensburg, Mo. 
m. Emily Kite 
10 - 149 Hancy Davis 
10 - 130 Harry Davis 

[ as above ] 

9 - 140 FuAPK DAVI3 b. 10-1.;-1910 Lives V.arrensbupg, Mo. 
m. Harleen Knight 
10 - 151 Charles Viendell Davis 
10 - 132 li. 0. Davis 

The above Davis famxli^Jb liv^= iu V.'aiTen=ibui>7, Mo. 

3-90 uufus Marin Bratton 
[Vim!, Philt, Vim. 3r^,l-;m.Jrt, John B^, ..ndrewJ., 3ally ... ] 

9 - 141 LUCILLE IHEiJE BR/.TTOM b. 11-30-1913 

m. 11-13-1929 Don Campbell Overstreet Div. 

10 - 153 Marybel Catharan "Kay" Overstreet b. 1930 m. Hubbard 
and Curlee 

103 



3 - 107 Bessie Ida E. Pope [Peace] 

dual ]^in^[^<'"-»Phil^,N:-n.Sr. ,i;m.Jr7,John 6:;*, Elizabeth, Richard Pope'" 
[l.'.Ti. , Phil. ,Wm.3r. , Phil. jGamucl, Chas .VJeslcy, Ellen Rosa 

9 - 142 RICiLirJ) RAYI.IOIJI) FEx.CE b. 3-20-1901 

m. 9-2-1923 Elah Vanu ilaKaughan b. 4-I9-I9OI 

10 - 154 Richard Raymond Peace Jr. b. 1924 m. Betty Jean Voss 
Richard Raymond Peace and wife Elah have been almost completely responsible 
for the records of the descendants of [5 - I7] GAMUEL CECIL. This segment 
of these descendants, being of dual lineage, are placed under [7 - 46] Richard 
Douthard Pope, son of Spencer Pope and wife Elizabeth Cecil. Placed there 
simply because Ivichard appears first in the seventh generation of which he 
and his wife Ellen Rosa Cecil are a part. These records are not repeated in 
Ellen Roseis section, but cross reference is made. 

Richard Raymond Peace, a retired liiiotype operator, enjoys pursuing 
genealogy and his wife is as keenly interested. They have a fine camper and 
go for months at a time searching for family records and seeing the country. 
Raymond has published a fine family history "DESCENDANTS OF STT.AS PEACE in 
which a section is included on Elahs family, the iMoirAnaH/iNa . The fajuily livr>n 
in High Point, N.C. 

[ as above ] 

9 - 144 ATIIAL ASimUItN PEACE b. 9-I6-I9C7 
m. 3-7-1934 Ivy i.Iay Nelson 

10 - 135 Gary Nelson Peace b. 1936 m. Carolyn Ann Barrow 

[ as above ] 

9 - 145 TK0MA3 CLAYTON PE.ICE "Pat" b. 12-23-1911 d. 12-11-1962 

m.[l] Blariche Rosctfca Russell Smith. No children of this marriage 

m.[2] 3-20-19.i.8 Nola Phyllis Mills 

10 - 136 Sharon Patricia Peace b. 10-26-1931 

lu — \.j\ I' 1 cKi u.yrxii FgcIco o. 9~*-~-^^>'3 

8 - 108 Charles Early Pope 

, .,T --.X V;m.,Phil'7 VJm.Sr. ,i;m.Jr'i,John B. Elizabeth, Richard Pope ] 
"^■^ '"^f Wm. , Phil. , Vim. Sr. , Phil ., Samuel, Chas .VJesley, Ellen Rosa ] 

9 - 146 THAi-IER DICKS POPE b. 3-13-1903 

m. 9-19-1923 Stella Venitia Yates b. 3-17-1910 

10 - 158 Charles Randall Pope b. 7-11-1934 NET 

m.[l] 5-30-1938 Elneta Bray m.[2] 4-15-1961 Gloria Cassidy 
10 - 159 Richard Allen Pope b. 6-22-1944 NPT 

[ as above ] 

9 - 147 I.IILDRED ELLEN POPE b. 2-4-1912 

m. 10-29-1933 u'ade Dayton Briggs Sr. b. 4-16-1912 

10 - 160 Bobby Gene Briggs b. 1937 m. Yvonne Tarue Swing 

10 - 161 Barbara Joyce Briggs b. 1939 rn. twice 

10 — lo2 Nadfc Dayton Si'iggs b. 11—21—1943 '"• Cyiithia Jane Carrox- 

8 - 109 Frederick S. A. Pope 

,, _, ^._ [VJm. ,Philt,V.m.Sr'^,Wm.Jr'.'', John B?, Elizabeth, Richard Pope ] 
[VJm. , Phil ., Vim. Sr. , Phil ., Samuel, Chas. Wesley, Ellen Rosa ] 

9 - 148 I.IERYL ANN POPE b. 1-13-1937 

m. 10-2''-1956 Lewis Gardener Wilson b. 8-2-1937 

10 - 163 Katherine Ann Wilson b. 3-19-1937 
cont . next page. 

104 



10 - 164 George Pr^.derick V.'ilson b. 4-.,-i939 

10 - 163 Buddy Fopc: WiUon Iv. S-S-l^CO 

u - 113 iioovrt Otis haCiCictnan 

[V;m;,Philt,V:m.3r.,V.'.ii.Jr'.',John B^,John C., Sarah pT] 

9 - 149 HELEN GIL'xCE lUCKLCLU: b. 5-13-1917 Lives Eldora^ 
r.i. 7-I6-I93S Yuiria Ariz, to R.E. McElhancy div. 1-- 
m.[2] 2-17-1961 V.'altcr II. Smith b. 4-26-1922 Eldorado Spgs, Mo. 
Child of first marriage: 

10 - 166 Hfclc-n Francc-s McElhaney L.P.II. b. 11-22-1939 
married twice. 

V.'altcr Smith is a Newspaper publisher. Served in U.3. Ara\y 1942-46 
in 10th Armored Div. in Prance and Germany. Served a^n Korean War 
1930-51. Helen Grace is an office worker and bookecper; member of 

P.E.O. 

[ as above ] 

9-130 GERTRUDE LORENE IL;CKLE;.U.N b. 9-1-1913 

!n.[l] 0-3-1936 Hugh K. Coale Div. 1943 maiden name restored. 
m.[2] 12-31-1944 Rudolph Lemuel Richards b. 12-16-1904 Huron Co. 

Mich. 
10 - 167 Infant son Richards b. & d. 7-7-19t7 
10 - 163 Patricia Kay Richards b. 4-27-I-949 
10 - 169 Rudj'- Loren Richards b. I93O m. Lynctte Elmore 

Rudolph L. Richards is a Cafe owner and operator. 

[ as above ] 

9 - 131 DULCIE LILLIAN IL'iCKLE.LiN "Billie" b. 11-3-1920 

1_17_1943 Kttuncth Earl Smith Div. 1933 maiden nm. restored 
2-I4-I933 'William Eugene Kelley in Cal. 
170 Reg Otis Kelley b. 11-14-1933 Hanford, Ca. 
10 - 171 Roy Killiam Kelley [twin to Reg Otis] 
Km. Eugene Kelley is a sliop foreman at Davies Ilachinos, Hanford, Cal. 

[ as above ] 

9-132 ROY EDW;jiD ILvCKLEX-JT b. 11-28-1924 

m. 4-17-1930 Charleen Gi-oves b. 1-10-1932 Cedar Co. Mo. 
10- 172 Edward Dwayue Grovu^s b. 6-17-1951 
10 - 173 Ray Lyyn Groves b. 1-12-1954 
10 - 174 Kent Kayne Groves b. 3-29-1958 
10 - 173 Doris Ann Groves b. IO-I9-I96O 

Roy Edward Groves served in U.S. Navy aborad U.S.S. Oklahoma 1943-1946 
He is a farmer - ranciier Folk Co. Mo. 

[ as above ] 

9 - 133 ROBERT GENE ILXKLEI-LuJ b. 3-24-1932 

r„. 8-9-1938 Evelyn West Ilayncs b. 7-10-1929 Vernon Co. Mo 

10 - 176 Daniel Everett Hacklcman b. 3-^-1959 Nevada, Mo. 

10 - 177 Roberta Jean Hacklcman b. 12-22-1960 El Dorado Spngs Mo. 

10 - 178 Dana Jo Hackleman b. 4-26-1962 
Robert Gene Hackleman served in the U.S. ..rmy in Korea 1952-54. His is 
an employee of U.S. Postal Service, and a farmer. 

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8 - 116 Catherine N. Hackleman [Casey] 

[V/m. jPhiltjV.'m.Srt'jV/m.JrV, John bV, John C, Sarah Frances] 

9 - 154 WILLI.u.I CECIL CAGEY b. 8-22-1911 

m. Fauntella Hendricks, dau. of C. A. Hendricks. 

10 - 179 William Patrick Casey b. 3-17-1943 [1971 in U.o. ;.rmy 

10 - 180 James IJichael Casey b. 3-29-1949 [1971 in U.S. jxvn^ [ 

Mm. Cecil Casey served in U.S. Army V.'.V.'.II. Is an employee of Tell Telephone 
Co. Portland, Oregon. ISintella is a beautician. 

8 - 119 Clarence Edward Hackleman 

[Wm!, Philt, Vim. Sr-?,VJm.Jr?, John B., John C, Sarah Frances] 

9 - 155 LEILA FERN H;.CKLEMAN b. 4-20-1927 Le Beck Co., Mo. 
m. 6=29-1952 Edlridge IJadison Jones 
10 - 181 V.'alter Lladison Jones b. 5-1-1954 
10-182 Melinda Katherine Jones b. 3-30-1955 
10 - 183 Nancy ilarie Jones b. I-3O-I958 
10 - 184 Pamela Mae Jones b, 10-2^-1959 

Eldridge M. Jones is a chemical engineer for DuPont Co. 

[ as above ] 

9 - 156 LOLA MAE ILIGKLELIN b. 1-5-1930 Kansas City, Mo. 

m. 5-I-I964 VJilliam Edward Repschleger,i Chem. Eng. for Du Fonts 
10 - 135 Viilliam Edward Repschlegcr b. 5-17-1965 
10 - 136 Robert Kurt Repschleger b. 2-27-19'-'7 

[ as above ] 

9 - 157 CAMDEN EDWARD ILVCKLEM.IN b. 2-9-1935 Copt;land, Kansas 

m. Margaret Geraldint Fuelps . 

10 - 137 Randal Lee Hackleman b. 3-I6-I96I 

10 - 183 Jeffry Scott Hackleman b. 7-13-19'^3 
Camden Edward Hackleman is an electrician. 

3 - 122 Delia V. Hartshorn [McKinny ] 

1 ^ "* ' ^ 6 7 

[Wm., Phil':, Wm.Sr-?, Mm. JrT, John B'! , Richard I., Delphina ] 

9 - 158 CLIFFORD EUGENE McKINNEY b. 5-5-1901 Abbic-, Okla. 
m.[l] I-25-I923 Bessie Ledbetter Hester 
m.[2] IO-I7-I93I Ida Kathryn Stearns at Wichita, Kan. She was 

b. 10-25-1902 
10 - 189 Clara Marie McKmney b. 11-28-1923 [dau. of 1st wife] 
10 - 190 William Dean McKinney b. 1-27-1935 
10 - 191 John Roger McKimit,-y b. 4-12-1940 m. Carolyn 

[ as above ] 

9 - 159 PIUNCES REOL.l McKINNEY b. 5-I6-I903 .ibbie, Okla. 

m. 6-IO-I923 J. Lynn Beeley of Coldwator, Kans . He was b. 11-10-1398 
at Clayton, 111. and d. 10-3-1946. Buried Coldwatcr, Kans. 

10 - 192 Ellen Maxine Beeley b. I924 m. Emerson 

10 - 193 Ross Portland Beeley "Jack" b. I926 m. 

[ a,s above ] 

9 - 160 WILIL. ELLEN McKIMEY b. 9-3-1907 -.bbie Okla. 
m. 5-2O-I935 VJendell Swearingen at Reno, Nev. 
10 - 194 Ida May Swearingen b. 7-19-1939 Amarilla, Tex NFT 

106 



3 - 122 Delia V. Jlartshorn [McKinney] 
[Wm., Phil*:, Wm.3r^,Wm.Jr':, John B?, Richard I^.Delphina''] 
9 - 161 I-IILTON rORTLAra McICirniEY t. II-I3-I909 Aline, Okla. 

in. >12-1934 Helen Ferrin Holmes at Mulvane, Kan. ^h^ war, b. 

10-16-1907 Coldwater, Kansas 

10 - 195 Virginia Ferrin .IcICinney b. I935 m. Robcn, Litt.e 

3 - 125 Uanda M. Hartshorn [Foster] 
[Wm., Philt.Wm.Sr-?, Urn. Jri, John b5, Richard I^.Delphina"^] 

9 - 163 FORREST MAiaOlI F03TER b. 3-3-I909 

m. 2-12-1933 Adeline Snyder b. 1-23-1911 
10 - 196 Dean Marion Foster b. 12-1-1938 d. 9-II-I943 
10 - 197 Terry Alonzo Foster b. 5-8-1945 m. 2-25-1967 tu Juyue 
Virginia Aim b. 11-3-1948 

[ as above ] 

9 - 164 LUCILLE ELVA FOSTER b. 10-27-1911 

m. 2-23-1931 Virgil Sampson Odlaiid b. 1-17-1903 

10 - 193 Elaine Velva Odland b. 1932 m. Joseph Neil Cain 

10 - 199 Gaye Elva Odland b. I936 m. twice 

10 - 200 Lynn Virgil Odland b. I939 m. Linda Lee Kostboth 

[ as above ] 

9 - 165 VELVA MYRTLE FOSTER b. 5-21-1913 

m. [1] 5-11-1934 Lloyd Odlaiid Div. June I964 

rii.[2] Otto Mason Liv. 

Children are of first marriage. 

10 - 201 Gene Lloyd Odland b. 1936 m. Marilyn Amick 

10 - 202 Jan Poster Odland b. 1937 m. Carolyn Merrill 

10 - 203 VJanda Lucill Odlaiid "Jill" b. 1-17-1946 

[ as above ] 

9 - 166 GAY CKRISTA FOSTER h. 9-22-1916 

m. 10-5-1940 Mervin Kermaii Ogren b. S-6-I913 

10 - 204 Carl Mervin Ogren b. 1941 m* Maor-een Ann Stine 

10 - 205 Carol Olivia Ogren b. 10-24-1943 m. II-2I-I964 

to Leon V.'allaoe Jones b. 7-8-1941 
10 - 206 Ronald Foster Ogren b, 3-23-1949 
10 — 207 Ann Mai^ie Ogren b . 5—6—191^2 
10 - 208 Donnell Lee Ogren b. 3-16-1954 
10 - 209 Gaye Christa Ogren b. 10-25-1957 
10 - 210 Robert Mirl Ogren b. 2-17-1939 

[ as above ] 

9 - I6S MIRL ALOIIZO FOSTER b. 2-17-1921 

m. 6-12-1949 Eunice Opal Gronseth b. 10-21-1927 
10 - 211 Curtis Allen Foster b. 7-3-19^0 
10 - 212 David Cecil Poster b. 2-7-1953 
10 - 213 Joann Carol Poster b. 10-24-1955 
10 - 214 Richard Mirl Foster b. 3-13-1960 

[ as above ] 

9 - 169 GER.iLDI!IE l-.'.'JIDA POSTER b. 2-21-1923 

m, 9-5-1943 Dean Donald Cutler b. 4-11-1922 

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10 - 215 Deanna Lee Cutler b. 6-24-I946 m. 2-I7-I967 to Gary Dean 

Jiinso b. 6-24-I945 
10 - 216 Debra Kay Cutler b. 11-4-1943 
10 - 217 Sheryl Patricia Cutler b. 3-17-1956 
10 - 218 Timotlv Dean Cutler b. 6-12-1962 

3 - 127 Willa V. Hartshorn [Link] 

[Wm. ,Philt,Vim.3r"?,'im.Jr''.'', John bV, Richard I.,Delphina ] 

9 - 170 V.'ILLIAI.I DV.'IGIIT LIIJIv b. 12-21-1915 Abbio, Okla. 

m. 7-19-1947 Helen Marie Gesioroski at Okla. City, Okla. 
10 - 219 William Dwight Link Jr. b. 6-7-1943 
10 - 220 John Edward Link b. IO-9-I956 

[ as above ] 

9 - 171 EDV.'ARD G.UILAIO LIIJK b. 2-9-1918 Faulkner, Okla. 

ru.[l] 9-17-1949 Betty Titeman Liv. 11-20-1951 :Jo children 
©•[2] 7-13-1953 Linda Leu Pike at Shawnee, Okla. 
10 - 221 Norma Lee Link b. 6-27-1956 at Oklahoma City, Okla. 
10 - 222 Larry Lee Lirxk b. 11-22-1958 Oklahoma City, Okla. 

[ as above 1 

9 - 172 BONNIE JEAN LINK b. 9-26-1931 Coldwater, Kansas 
m. 6-IO-I95O Claude Elmer Neil at VJichita, Kan. 
10 — 223 ChriaLa Elaine Ntil b. 9~22— 1954 

8 - 129 Zelma M. Hartshorn [Merrihew] 

•1 O "1 ^ [~ C^ ""T 

[VJm. ,Phil'7,V.m.3r. , Urn. Jr7 , John 3., Richard I., Delphina ] 

9 - 173 BE'/ffiY FRED MEKJIIE'.: b. 9-I7-I925 

m. 2-15-1952 Berna MacVv'ilt b. 5-29-1930 
10 - 224 Dewey Lee Merrihew b. 3-28-1953 
10 - 225 Linda Kay Merrihew b. IO-IO-I959 

3 — 140 George Cecil 

[Wm! ,Phil'7,I;m.3r'i',U.Ti.Jrl, John B'^, Richard I.,Jas.Fred ] 

9 - 176 JULi.^ l;. dcnil; cegil b, 6-19-193S 

m. 2-15-1958 Daniel J.G. Loeffelholz b. 3-19-1931 
10 - 226 George Michael Loeffelholz b. 11-22-1959 

lU — <!£. / hug,enc v^eCxx ijOeiitexliOliJ 0. O— o— x^'J-'- 

10 - 228 Susan Elizabeth Loeffelholz b. II-IO-I969 
This family lives at Lincoln, Illinois. Julia is the efficient and re-elected 
secretary-treasurer of the Cecil Family Reunion since its beginning 1967' 

[ as above 1 

9 — If'-' Ni'iNA SUZ^NN CECIL b. 10—21—194*-' 

m . o— 2— 195'3 Richard Joe Fapesch b. 5— x— 1935 

10 - 229 Steven Joe Papesch b. 12-15-1959 

10 - 230 Jennifer Jo Papesch b. 12-3-1961 

10 - 231 Jeffrey Jay Papesch b. I-2O-I964 
This family lives in Lincoln, Illinois 

[ as above "j 

9 - 179 BOMIE JO CECIL b. 1-7-1942 

m. 12-15-1962 Roland Eugene Farmer b. 5-I8-I94I 
10 - 232 Garin Scott Farmer b. 4-7-1964 

108 



9 - 180 



9 - 



T 0^ 



8 - 140 Oeorfcj^i Docil 
[Wm., Phil", Wm.nr:?,V;in.Jr':, John r,^,nioh«r<1 jf ..T^r .vv^'^J 
THOT/LYS X'JiLIN CECIL b. 4-3-I944 
m. 12-30-1967 Carolyn Zne Allen b. 8-I7-I947 

[ as above "| 

MELBA ELAIIIE CECIL b. 3-3-194^ 

m. 11-16-1963 Michael Ira Carlile b. 12-13-1940 
10 - 233 Carrie Elizabeth Carlile b. 7-21-1965 
10 - 234 Brian Lewis Carlile b. 5-17-1969 

3 - 143 Erma M. ."Jmith [Carder] 

[Wm.,Philt,Wm.Srt,Hm.Jr7,John bV, Richard I., Ella x.gneZ] 



9 - 134 SYLVi;. LEE GARDEi; b. 1-12-1933 



186 



m. 



1-30-1933 James Ellis 



1963 



12-10-1968 Pete Bollmer 
10 - 23:- Aharon Kay Ellis b. 6-22-1939 
10 - 236 Daniel Dean Ellis b. IO-3O-I96I 
10 - 237 Susan Elizabeth Ellis b. 2-9-1963 
10 - 238 l.'ilber L;y-nn Bollmer b. 4-26-1970 

3 - 144 Walter Leo Smith 



^ O T yl C /" ^ 

[V.'m. ,Phil'7,V/m.3r. ,VJm.Jr.'',John B., Richard I., Ella ugnes ] 



LE.UI VIVIxiN SMITH 

m. Richard Bi'own 

10 - 239 Debra Jaxie Brown 



9 - 



8 - 145 Abner Cicero Cecil 

[V.'ml, Phil':, Wm.Sr-;', Phil?, Rachel^ Phil.",.^lson G. ] 

WILLI.;;.! ;.BIIEK CECIL b. 6-I-I89O d. II-26-I96I 
m.[l] 10-14-1916 .Inna Johnson who d. 1938 
'2] Delilah Purvis 



m 



10 — 240 Juanita Cecii wuo m. 

[ as above ] 



Read . 



d. 12-16-1947 



9 - 139 THOIiiG WE3LEY CECIL b. 3-26-1393 
Pii. Annie Carden 
10 - 241 V.'ade Cecil 

10 - 243 Dewey Cecil 
Thomas Viesley Cecil is buried at Pleasaiit 
He lived in Davidson Co. N.C. until 1915 when he moved to Washin^on D.C. 
He v;as a barber. 

[ as above ] 

9 - 191 LLIUDIE DELL CECIL b. 2-28-1897 d. 5-I7-I9I6 
m. John Reece 



NTT 

I.TT 

NFT 

Grove Cem. near High Point, II. C. 






Jarlaiid Reece 

[ as above ] 



flFT 



9 - 192 



I r> ""l T rN/^T 



LEIIJ-iJ'IIli i'iUi;.iN.ijJ.j« uuCJ-L. 0. j.yj~l-±y^± 



m. Pearl May Kennedy Separated 

10 - 245 Edward Lee Cecil b. 1-26-1922 m. Bobbie Hugcms 

10 - 246 Margaret Marie Cecil b. 9-25-1924 m. Richard Ingram 

109 



8 - 14!; Abner Cicero Cecil 
[l-!m!,Fhil?,i;m.3r^,rhil':, Rachel^ Phil.^ Alson G.'^] 

9 - 193 niCH.;KD reitzel cecil b. 7-26-1903 d. 12-6-196:; 

m. 1926 Mary Boltorx This couple lived High Toint, N.C. 

10 - 247 Cullen R. Cecil l^FT 

10 - 24S Charles Jl. Cecil NFT 

10 - 249 li. Douglas Cecil KFT 

10 - 250 Jean Cecil m. Kermit Burton NFT 

10 - 251 Anita Cecil m. Robert Burleson IIFT 

10 - 252 Barbara Cecil m. Don Bingham IIPT 

[ as above ] 

9 - 194 GLADYS ELIZ;J3ETH CECIL b. 6-I6-I9O7 d. I966 

10 - 233 Betty Elnora Davis b. 12-16-1932 
10 - 254 Peggy Davis b. 4-6-1933 
10 - 255 James Davis b. 10-17-1933 

8 - 149 John Luther Cecil 

[VJmi,Philt,V;m.Sr^, Phil':, Rachel^ Phil?, Franklin cl] 

9 ~ ^07 ELEIJOR iJECIE CECIL b. 9~l"-'~-'-9-^l^ 

rii. 1934 Robert Garrrael Fierce b. j-lj-1^12 

10 - 256 Billie J. Pierce b. 9-23-1935 

10 - 257 Pattie Jean Fierce b. 3-29-1937 

10 - 258 Don Cecil Pierce b. 4-14-1939 d. 11-20-1947 

10 - 2:;9 Robert Charles Piero:; b. I-IO-I94I 

10 - 260 John SaiT.uel Fierce b. 2-24-194_ 

3 - lj2 Edgar Phillip Cecil 

[Wm!, Phil?, Wm.Sr.v'Phil''!, Rachel^ Phil?, Franklin C J] 

9 - 209 IL'iZEL LUCILE CECIL b. 7-31-191? 
m . Roy Gtaton. Div. 
10 - 261 Patsy Gtaton b. 6-3O-I936 
10 - 262 Shirley Staton b. 10-7-1933 
10 - 263 Linda Staton b. 11-19-1940 
10 - 264 Connie Staton b. 1-26-1945 
10 — 265 Roy Jr. b. 8-31-194*-' 

[ as above ] 

9 - 212 CLETU5 EDVLMiD CECIL b. 7-23-1922 
m. Sept. 1941 "'villie" Taylor 

10 - 266 Cletus Edward Cecil Jr. b. 7-21-1950 
10 - 267 Bobby Ray Cecil b. 9-2-1952 
10 - 268 Brenda Cecil 
10 - 269 Phj.llis Cecil 

8 - 157 Clavia Burton Cecil 

[V.'m],Philt,l,'m.3r.,VJm,Jr'';,Phil?, Daniel L., Noah'] 

9 - 220 NOAH E, CECIL b. 2-17-1923 
m. 1948 Margaret Sharpe 

10 - 270 Ronnie Holland Cecil b. 2-11-1949 
10 - 271 Margaret Paye Cecil b. 8-8-I95I 



110 



S - 139 I.'.elvin I.L. Cecil 

[Wm.,Phiir,Um.3r^,V;m.Jr7,Phil^,01iver G^, Wm.VJeeley"^] 

9 - 230 CL-JiENCE V.'ILLI.U.! CECIL b. 9-I3-IS96 



Mattic Calhoun "0. 1393 d. I927 
9-3-1932 Emi-.-ia Elizabeth Shore b. 9-3-1S93 
272 Melvin Jaines Cecil b. II-29-I92I d. IO-26-I944 W.W.II 
^^^ Killed in crash of D-l? "Lady Gay" near Oxford, E»g. 
xO - 273 Clarence V.m. Cecil Jr. b. 6-IG-I922 
following are children of 2nd marriage: 

10 - 274 Iris Kuth Cecil ;r.. James Dow.nan 
10 - 273 Eobby Loe Cecil rr.. Edith i.JaGon 
10 - 276 Mary Shore Cecil m. Robert Jones 
10 - 277 Calvin Ray Cecil m. Geraldine Hilton 
10 - 27u ITancy Cecil m. Loy Priddie 



9 - 232 



9 - 233 



9 - 235 



9 - 






9 - 237 



0-. o 



m. 
10 - 



1 7' 
- J- (' 
■5 



Ada Christina Cecil [Gmith] 
,5 



[Wm.,Philt,lJm.Sr-:',Wm.Jr':, Phil?, Oliver^ Samuel AlexT] 

COLE FKC SMITH b. 4-7-1919 several mos . after his fthrs death. 

m. 3-27-1954 Margaret Clarke 

10 - 279 Stormi Gail Smith b. 11-22-1935 [adopted] 

10 - 230 Brandee Lee G.nith b. 2-23-1962 [adopted] 

3 - 173 Jennie Mae Cecil [Cox] 

[VJm., Phil., Vjm.3r.,VJm.Jr:, Phil., Oliver, Sam'l .ilex."^] 

-iluaCijjj C^..'X b. x^— C.6— 1911 

m. 

10 - 281 Sandra Cox 



10 - 232 Linda Cox 

[ as above ] 

I.'ILLI.u.I GLEN COX b. 1-26-1920 

m. 9-20-1941 Margaret Meyer b. 11-27-1921 

10 - 233 Irene Diana Cux b. 12-20-1950 

[ as above ] 

LUCY j:j;e cox l. 1-31-1921 

m.[l] 8-31-1941 Orville Craddock Div. 1955 

12-27-1955 Harold Dale McMussen b. 12-20-1927 



NPT 



.[2] 

10 - 284 



GEORGE 
in . [ ' 



-1 1 



Terry Pat Craddock b. 5-1-1942 m. 12-26-1964 Sharon Davis 

[ as above ] 
COX Jr. b. 10-14-1922 



;.iciDa. o udUnc licUir>.S j^l « . 

m.[2] Rosemary [Quails] Plannigan 

10 - 235 Karen Marie b. 12-26-1949 [by first wife] 

10 - 286 Joel V.ray Cox b. 11-9-1957 [by second wife ] 

[ as above 1 

m. 11-1-1945 Ivan K. Bennett b. 2-18-19?? 
10 - 287 Jeanne Anne Bennett b. 5-7-1953 
10 - 288 Gaye Lynn Bennett b. 11-3-1961 



111 



3 - 173 Jennie Mae Cecil [Cox] 

[V.'m. ,Phil^,VJrn.3r-?, Urn., JrV, Phil-.'', Oliver'^ 3am' 1 Alex. '] 

9 - 239 nilLBERT J. COX fc. 9-3-1926 

m. 12-12-1948 Rena Le;none IIotbE b. 12-20-1929 
10 - 289 Judith ..nn Cox b. 7-24-1949 
10 - 290 Donna Jean Cox b. 3-15-19?? 
10 - 291 Gary :.rnold Cox b. 5-12-19^6 

8 - 175 Louis Glen Cecil 

[Wm. ,PhilV, 'rim. or':', I'.'m.Jr''.'', Phil. , Oliver, 3am' 1 .ilex. ] 

9 - 242 FLOIL. FJJJLIIJE CECIL b. 3-20-1923 

r... 8-9-1943 Leon ICohli,ieyer b. 5-2-1918 at E. St. Louis, 111 

10 - 292 David Eugene Kohlmeyer b. IO-I9-I946 m. 6-IO-I966 to 

Hazel u'illiaiTiS who was 0. 4— 1^— 19'-t-8 
10 - 293 ;.nita Louise Kohlmeyer b. 4-9-1949 m. II-II-I967 to 

Neal Newman who was b. 10-13-194^ 
10 - 294 ;aice Kohlmeyer b. 1-2-1961 [adopted ] 

[ as above "| 

9 - 243 CHARLES LEE CECIL b. 10-4-1924 

m. 10-3-1953 Gharlyn Taylor b, I-I-I936 
10 - 295 Virginia Lee Cecil b. 12-22-1954 
10 — 296 Violet Anii Cecil b. 1— 15— 195o 

xw — <^7 I uxcli Omen ocClx D. L iL— j 1— j. y j<u 

10 - 29S Cecilia Kay Cecil b. 7-15-1960 

10 - 299 Christopher Charles Cecil b. 12-25-1965 

10 - 300 Robert Dean Cecil b. 2-16-1963 

[ as above ] 

m. 12-20-1947 Gene Chamness b. 12-19-1921 
10 - 301 Gary Eugene Chamness b. 12-30-1948 
10 - 302 Sue Ellen Chamness b. 12-25-1955 

[ as above ] 

9 - 245 JAI-iEG GLEIJ CECIL b. 3-16-1929 

m. 4-23-1951 Joann Derwath b. 10-2-1931 
10 - 303 Steven Cecil b. 11-14-1954 
10 - 304 Pamela Cecil b. IO-9-I955 
10 - 305 Linda Kay Cecil b. II-I9-I96O 

[ as above ] 

9 — 246 JENNIE M/iY CECIL b . 10—7—1933 

la. 11— 23— 1951 l^s,y Cranshaw b. 4—9—1933 
10 - 306 Lonnie b'ayne Cranshaw b. 3-16-1953 
10 - 307 Katliy ;>.nn Cranshaw b. 3-16-1957 
10 - 303 Teresa Gay Cranshaw b. II-I4-I96O 

[ as above ] 

— ^<-f I LUUJ.O uuLiUj-aiij L/J-/Ulb u . i — xo— i;^J| 

m. 1-14-1961 Judy Murden b. 5-4-I944 

10 - 309 Lori Ann Cecil b. I-29-I962 

10 - 310 Charles Glen Cecil b. I-I5-I966 



112 



3 - 175 Louis Glen Cecil 
[Wm.,Philt,Wm.Sr^,Vim.Jr':,Phili',01iverJ Sam'l .;!'] 

9 - 248 ET.V. PJ.CIIEL CECIL b. 3-S-1939 

m. lO-27-19:>7 Ja.~c3 Moore b. 7-4-1939 
IC - 311 Glen Faul Moore b. 7-22-19^3 
10 - 312 Jane Alice Moore b. 9-II-I939 
10 - 313 Lisa Kay Moore b. S-7-I963 
10 - 314 David James Moore b. 7-I4-I965 

[ as above ] 

9 - 249 GLEiro;. .^m cecil b. 12-12-1941 

m. 9-3-1960 Larry Pryor b. 4-I3-I939 

10 - 313 Andrew Glen Pryor b. 6-IO-I967 

3 - 176 E.Tuna Gertrude Cecil [Mick] 

[Wm., Phil':, V.'m.Sr-:', Win. Jr., Phili?, Oliver, Samuel AlexT] 

9 - 250 IL'.LLIE m;.E MICK b. 4-5-1924 
m. 5-30-1941 Lloyd Carr 

10 - 316 Lloyd Thomas Carr III b. II-29-I946 E. 3t. Louis, 111. 
10 - 317 Kuth Aiin Carr b. 3-9-1949 ot . Louis Mo. 

[ as above ] 

9 - 251 M;JiY BE];iIICE MICK b. 1-24-192;: Carbondale, 111. 

m. 9-9-I942 Gan-.ucl Albert »ebb who d. 1951 i-'O' Auto crash. 

m.[2] Willis Joiner Jr. aiid lives Boas, Ky. 

10 - 318 Sally Ann Webb b. 8-26-1943 E. St. Louis, 111. 

m. Richard Dillinger 
10 - 319 Mick ;.llen V.'ebb b. 10-13-1947 

[ as above ] 

9 - 252 BETTY I)E;JI MICK b. II-8-I927 Carbondale, 111. 
m. 6-29-1946 Earl Faul Mitchell 

10 - 320 Paula Sue Mitchell b. 8-6-1947 m. Graden Quigley 
10 - 321 Prank Dennis Mitchell b. 12-21-1948 
10 - 322 Terry Gene Mitchell t. 11-23-1951 

3 - 197 Ethel M. Cecil [llewby] 

[V.'m!,Philt,V/m.3r^,Wm.Jr:, Phil-?, Sam'l .;., Yancey F. ] 

9 - 261 FPcED PAUL NEWBY b. 10-27-1921 
111. 1941 Irente Nance 

10 - 323 Renay Eileen Newby b. 1-22-1944 m. Stephen G. Foster 
10 - 324 Craig Paul Newby b. 12-27-1949 
10 - 325 Eric Charles Newby b. 3-9-1953 

3 - 198 Haxruaet A..'... Cecil 

[ Wm!, Phil?, Wm.Sr^,Wm.Jr':r,Phil^, Sam'l A., Yancey P. ] 

9 - 262 ILu.HETT ANDRIT..' CECIL Jr. b. 1-17-1919 
m. Theda Fleming b. 10-11-1920 

10 - 326 Patricia Ann Cecil b. 3-12-1944 m. 8-2-19&4 Randall 
Hooker Hepler 



113 



8 - 201 Kade Wilson Cecil 

[Wm. jPhil. ,I-:m.3r-:',i.'-ii.Jr'7,Fhil?,3am'l .;?, Yancey F.] 

9 - 264 Y;.WCEY stoke CECIL b. 12-23-1919 High Point, N.C. , 

m. Katherine Hannah Cranford t. 2-15-1923 I 

10 - 327 Julia Katherine Cecil b. 5-9-I951 m. 8-29-I97O Daniel 

Hopkins Konrot, Jr, He was b. 12-31-1948 High Point, N.C. 
Yancey entered U.S. Army Air Force 1-8-1942, attended A.A.F. radio school at 
Scott Field, 111, Instructed radio theory at McLellan Field, Cal. Two years of 
service in Greenland & attained rarxk of Tech. Sgt . Has several medals. After VJ.V.'.II 
served as Chief Engineer for radio stations WHPE & WNOS. !>fow V.Pres. & manager of 
Paramount Furniture Store m High Point, N.C. Katherine teaches H.3. businf^sR oourae.i 

8 - 203 Otis Wayne Cecil 
[as above ] 

9 - 267 ROLAIffi E. CECIL b. C-I6-I924 
m. 1947 Ann Beck b. 8-2-1926 

10 - 328 Ruby Rebecca Cecil b. 1-4-1948 m. 8-II-I963 David Bi-uener 
10 - 329 Fred Edward Cecil b. 12-2-19^6 

8 - 205 Arcs Coke Cecil 

[l.'m!,Philt,Wm.Sr-?,I.'m.Jr'i,Phil^,3am'l A,, Yancey F,"^] 

9 - 268 I.Ir.RY LOU CECIL "Butch" b. ^-13-1923 Lives High Point, North Carolina, 
m. 6-8-I946 J. Woody Brinson 
10 - 330 Mildred Nan b. 5-26-1951 
10 - 331 Jesse Cecil Brinson 

8 - 212 Clarence ;.I. Cecil 

[Wm., Phil., lim.Sr., Vim. Jr., Phil-:', Sam' 1 .;. , Daridus'] 

9 - 277 JOSEPH CECIL b. 5-3O-I93O 
m. 

10 - 332 Harold Cecil NFT 

10 - 333 Kenneth Cecil NFT 

10 - 334 Roger Cecil NFT 

10 - 335 William Cecil NFT 

8 - 276 Jacob R.A. Cecil 

[Wm.,Phil':,Wm.3r.,Wm.Jr'.,D.Jarrett;' Riley, Jehu M. '] 

9 - 303 CLAYTON GRAYSON CECIL b. 8-I9-I9I6 

m. 11-30-1935 Velna Pearl Cashatt b. 3-22-1917 d. 2-11-1966 

10 - 336 Dorris Louis Cecil b. 2-16-1939 m. 3-14-19^4 Larry Ray Smith 

10 - 337 Jacob Clifton Cecil b. 11-3-1940 m. Frances Ann Steed 

10 - 338 Dallas Clayton Cecil b. 10 -15-1945 

10 - 339 Cyrus Vernon Cecil b. 8-2-1954 d. 8-5-1954 

10 - 340 Beverly ;.rlene Cecil b. 9-15-1956 

[ as above ] 

9 - 304 COR.; ELIZ/^ETH CECIL b. 7-8-1919 

m. 9-2-1933 Bernie Lorenzo Hilton b. 5-5-1916 

10 - 341 Geraldine Elizabeth Hilton b. 2-28-1940 

[ as above ] 



9 - 305 S-Iren;. iiozelle cecil b. 7-18-1921 

m.l-26-1946 James Stanton Craven 
cont . next page. 114 



10 - 342 Reva Joyce Craven b. 9-25-1949 

10 - 343 Jinimy Franklin Craven b. 3-23-1931 

I) - 276 Jacob Ransom Asbury Cecil 

[Wm.,Phil",Wm.Sr^,'„'rn.Jr':,D.Jarrett^ Rileyf Jehu Melvin! ] 

9 - 307 VICTOIii;. CECIL b. 7-15-1926 

m. 11-12-1953 Daniel Lindberg Brock 

10 - 344 Randall Lee Brock b. 3-3O-1958 

[ as above ] 

9 - 308 BILLIE MELVIN CECIL b. I-8-I929 d. 11-20-1955 
m. 9-2-1950 Macie Fields 
10 - 345 ;.Ii;lvin Gary Cecil 

[ as above ] 

m. Myrtle Jean Slate 

10 - 346 Danny Craig Cecil b. 6-1-1952 

10 - 347 Phyllis .Inn Cecil b. 3-28-1955 

3 - 277 Stamey Lee Cecil 
[Wm.,Philt,Wm.5r-?,W:n.Jr7,D.Jarrett^ Riley, Jehu Melvin'] 

n"i. Dclilali Johiisou b. I92O 

10 - 348 Clyde Kieth b. 4-10-1943 m. Dorothy Rader 

10 - 349 Rhonda Jane Cecil b. 12-16-1946 

10 - 350 Karcix Dawn Cecil b. 7-3-1950 

[ as above ] 

9 - 314 KENNETH FRE3T0N CECIL b. 3-15-1929 
m. 1954 Barbara Flinchem 
10 - 351 Dee i.nn Cecil b. 1955 
10 — 352 Lisa Gay Cecil b. 1959 

3 - 293 Stanton Cecil 

[VJml,Phil':,Wm.~r-?,V;m.Jr?,Dan'l Jarrett; l.'m.H., Chas.H.] 

9-313 D. STANTON CECIL Jr. b. I924 
m. 1958 Margaret Martin 

10 - 353 D. Stanton Cecil III b. 6-20-1961 
10 - 354 Debbie [adopted] 

8 - 306 Lewis Iveaver 

[ Wm],Phil?,lvm.3r^,.Phdl^, Samuel; Richard I^, Sarah ] 

m. Mayme Thomason 

10 _ 355 ;irnold Iveaver 

10 - 356 Doris VJeaver m. V;.E. HaisLey 

10 - 357 ..^ndre VJeaver m. Mildred Thomas 

[ as above ] 

9-321 ELIZABETH C. V.'EAVER 
m. Leslie Barksdale 
10 - 358 Martha Jane Barksdale m. V.'.E. Robertson 

115 



3 - 306 lewis Weaver 
[Wm.,Philt,Vv"m.Sr.,Phil''l,Gamuel7 Richard I, Sarah ] 

9-322 I.IARY K. WEAVER 

m. Thadeus Crawford Cox 

10 - 339 j Franklin Cox m. Helena 

10 - 360 ;.Iary Crawford Cox in. J.F. Fairey 
10 - 361 Josephine Cox m. Olin Katson 

[ as above ] 

9-325 JOSEPHINE ISOBEL 1;E;.VER 

m. Bcnj. Franklin Daughty 

10 - 362 Richard Weaver Daughty ;n. Louise Noble 

10 - 363 llilliam Floyd Daughty m. Sherry Brotherton 

8 - 313 Henry L. Cecil 

[Wm!, Phil?, Wm.Sr^, Phil?, Samuel;' Richard I., Samuel L.] 

9 - 340 inROLD E. CECIL b. 8-13-1897 ci. 6-19-1950 
m. Mabel McAdams b. 2-5-1899 
10 - 364 Harold E. Cecil Jr. b. 8-IO-I92O d. 6-3-1943 

[ as above ] 

9 - 343 I-LIBEL CECIL 

m , Ralph Conrad 

10 - 365 Betty Ruth Conrad 

10 - 366 Nancy Jean Conrad m. Chas Douglas Gosnell 

10 - 367 Sarah E. Conrad m. Charles Barnes 

10 - 368 Ralph Conrad Jr. 

[ as above ] 

9 - 345 TERRY WILSON CECIL 
m. Edna Allen 

10 - 369 Terry W. Cecil Jr. 
10 - 370 Amanda Jane C>;cil 

3 - 315 Rebecca Ct-cil[Eanes] 
[Wm], Phil':, Wm.Srf.Phil'^', Samuel,-' Richard I., Sam'l L.] 

9 - 348 CECIL E.UJES 

m.[l] Virginia Carrickoff [children by first wife J 

ra.[2] Janie Grubbs 

10 - 371 Cecil Eanes Jr. m. Thelma Bullock 

10 - 372 James Eanes m. Kathcrin Fesperma,n 

10 - 373 William Eanes m. Pauline Ribbett 

[ as above ] 

9-350 S;J.1UEL EANES 

m. Sally LlcNeill 

10 - 374 Sally Catherine Eanes 

[ as above ] 

9 - 351 EL'-xTKRYN EAJIES 
m. Sim Polluck 

10 - 375 Becky Polluck m. Donald Surratt 
10 - 376 Lee Polluck 

116 



8 - 31:; Rebecca Cecil [Eanes] 
[Wm., Phil':, Wm.3f.,PhilT, Samuel;' Richard I^.nam'l lT] 

9-352 CILIRLES KUJED 

m. Mary Alice Hoover 

10 - 377 Charles Eancs, Jr. 

10 - 378 Ghelly ;.nn Eanes 

[as above ] 

9 - 333 lu.LFII E.UJEG 

rvi. Julia Kellam 

10 - 379 Ralph Eanes Jr. m. Gloria Rollins 

XW — JOU l\.yjxxy iljailCES 

10 - 381 Carey Eaaes 
10 - 382 Robert Eanes 
10 - 383 Julia Eanes 



9 - 335 



[ as above ] 

ra . Estelle Morris 

10 - 384 John Burke Eanes Jr. 

10 - 385 Samuel Eanes 

10 - 386 Rebecca Eanes 

8 - 316 Maggie Cecil [Poole] 

1 2 3 d 'S 6 7 
[Wm., Phil., Wm.Sr.,PhilT, Samuel, Richard I., Sam'l LI ] 

9 - 357 Donio B. POOLE 

m. Thurston Brroks 

10 - 387 Doris Brooks 

10 - 388 Thurston Brooks Jr. m. Rosemary Purcell 

[ as above ] 

9 - 358 CAROL CECIL POOLE 
m. James McCoy 
10 - 339 James McCoy Jr. 

[ as above ] 

9-359 IvALTEH VJ. POOLE JR. 
m. Hazel Molton 

10 - 390 Jean Marilyn Poole m. Fred Harrelson 
10 - 391 Patricia Ann Poole m. Km. Crouse 

[ as above ] 

9 - 360 S.UOEL CECIL POOLE 
m. Lois Holbrook 
10 - 392 Stephen Poole m. Doris Ann Davis 

[ as above ] 

— JUX ^'UUHaiiXlXjX X>UlUVXi l^UUih 

m. Vance M. Daniel 

10 - 393 Rebecca Daniel 

10 - 394 David V:. Daniel 

[ as above ] 

9 - 362 CLAYTON POOLE 

m. Helen Waller 

10 - 395 Charles C. Poole 

117 



8 - 322 Mary V.'. Cecil [3ink] 
[Vim., Phil., Vta.Sr., Phil':, Samuel, Richard I., David kI] 

9-374 DELPHI NA i.uuiE Sim: 

111 • ID • Ij • Kg s u 

10 - 396 Earl Rose Jr. m. Jose Hcdrick 

10 — 397 KoLcj. L IluSi^ 111. Sxlliu Iiu^ert) 

10 - 398 Jacqueline Rose m. Marion Lands 

[ as above ] 

9 - 375 JOICJ DAVID 3IIX 

m. Harriet La Page 

10 - 399 Jane Kirksey Sink m. Joe St .John 
10 - 400 Harriet La Page Sink m. Jonathan Hayes 

[ as above ] 

9 - 376 ROBERT F. SIIK 
rn. Margaret Coe 

10 - 401 Mary Mervin Sink m. Tom Twohcy 
10 - 402 Margaret Moyer Sink m. Urn. Swanson 
10 - 403 Robin F. ,"ink m. James Pteavis 

[ as above ] 

9-377 CHARLES v;jiNER SII-K 

m. Mary Howell Jacobs 

10 - 404 Mary Anna Sink m. Paul Stonur Jr. 

[ as above ] 



9 - 375 



m. Dorothea Dorsett 

10 - 403 Joseph S. Sink Jr. .m. Libby Coltrane 

10 - 406 'Jood Dorsett Sink m. Connie 



[ as above ] 

m. John Robert Philpott 

10 - 407 John Robert Philpott Jr. 

10 - 403 Frederick Cabell Philpott 

[ as above ] 

9 - 380 FRED 0. 5I1K Jr. 

111. Cliarlotte iiiggins 

10 - 409 Charlotte Sink 

10 - 410 Frederick Sink 

10 - 411 Charles Yo'ong Sink 

8 - 324 David Richard Cecil 

[Wm., Phil':, Um.Sr'i', Phil':, Sam'i;' Richard I., David Kin^] 

9 - 381 MARY LOUISE CECIL b. z;-17-1915 
m. Marshall Davis 
10 - 412 Jane Davis 
10 - 413 Marshall Davis Jr. 



118 



8 - 324 David Mchard Cecil 
[V.'m.,Phil.,Wm.3r^,Philf, Richard I?, David King^] 

3 - 383 CHARLES MITCHELL CECIL b. 7-I9-I917 
m. Desola Weaver 
To - 414 liichard Ct^cil 

[ ar, above ] 

9 - 334 KOBERT KEITH CECIL b. 10-13-1919 
m. Ethel Yow 
10 - 415 Robert Cecil 
10 - 416 Ann Cecil 

[ as above ] 

9 - 335 TOYELL CECIL 

m. Setty Granga 
10 - 417 David Cecil 
10 - 418 Tim Cecil 
10 - 419 Teresa Cecil 

[ as above ] 

9 - 336 I^ALFH IIILLSLIAN CECIL 
m. Gertrude Fritts 
10 - 420 Libby Carol Cecil 
10 - 421 Fred Hillsman Cecil 

8 - 326 Joseph King Cecil 

[WmJ, Phil?, Wm.Sr^.Philf, Sam' 1?, Rich'd I, David King"^] 

9 - 337 JOSEPH KIIJG CECIL Jr. b. 3-9-1916 
ni. Hazel Yow 

10 - 422 Kay Scott Cecil rn. James P. Thompson 
10 - 423 Pricilla Jane Cecil 
10 - 424 Mar^sraret Ann Cecil 
10 - 425 Joseph King Cecil III 

[ as above ] 

9 — j)<-i'^ I'lnRGAiLEj. u /lilE uijCIL o. e.—\j—i.y\0 

m. Emory Lewis Howell 

10 - 426 Emory Louis Howell Jr. m. Dianne Turner 

10 - 427 David Cecil Howell 

10 - 423 Joe Lanier Howell 

10 - 429 James Theodore Howell 

[ as above ] 

9 - 339 JEI'Ji:iCE ELIZABETH CECIL b. 9-22-1920 
m. Clifford A. Erikson 
10 - 430 Vickie Cecilia Erickson 
10 - 431 Stephen Andrew Erickson 
10 - 432 Pamela Jane Erickson 

[ as above ] 

9-\r\r\ Tiff ■ fnm-n-i T m-.n-TT 

— J^O 1'UlJ.J.XiJ X. WXii^XJJ 

M. Joe Terry 

10 - 433 Susan Leigh Terry 

10 - 434 Julia Alice Terry 

119 



8 - 342 Charles Hill Cecil 

12 3 4 5 6 7 

[Wm. ,Philt, Vim. 3r. , Phil, ,3am' 1, Richard I., James Lee ] 

9 - 396 JAI.IEo L. CECIL b. 8-IO-I9II 
m. Erma Elizabeth McLeod 

10 - 433 Barbara Jean Cecil b. 5-26-1933 m. Earl V.'. Campbell 
10 - 436 James David Cecil b. 7-25-1936 m. Joyce Porter 
10 - 437 Larry Tice Cecil b. 2-13-1940 

[ as above ] 

9 - 397 CHARLES HILL CECIL ^r. 
m. Lulu Kennedy 
10 - 438 Charles Richard Cecil 

8 - 344 Charles Edw. Cecil 

[Wm],Philt,Wm.3r^,Phil5,3am'l? Chas.Kesley^Geo.Ry] 

9 - 401 KARY CECIL b. 8-23-1912 
m. 6-7-1930 Roy Hartman 
10 - 439 Grady E. Hartman b. 1-26-1933 
10 - 440 Carolyn Lou Hartmau b. 3-26-1946 

[ as above ] 

9 - 402 JCHIJ ROBERT CECIL b. 6-9-I9I5 
m. 11-28-1934 Ruth Thompson 
10 - 441 Joe Ray Cecil b. I936 d. I956 
10 - 442 Clinton Cecil b. 3-15-1940 m. Betty Shumaker 
10 - 443 Brenda Kay Cecil b. 6-23-1943 m. Jerry I'iayne Killer 
10 - 444 Judy Carol Cecil b. 5-12-1945 
10 - 445 Jerry Wayne Cecil b. 6=22-1947 
10 - 446 Rita Dianne b. 3-3-1948 

[ as above ] 

9 - 403 ARTI3 QlikI CECIL b. 2-2-1925 
m, 12-4-1946 Betty Evei-hart 
10 - 447 Narda Gail Cecil b. 7-I5-I947 
10 - 443 Donald Gray Cecil b. 3-14-1943 
10 - 449 Glenda June Cecil b. l-ll-lyjZ 

8 - 3^0 Everett Lee Cecil 

[Km. ,Philt,Wm.Sr. , Phil, ,5am' 1^ Chas.V.'esley, Rebecca P. ] 

9 - 406 I.IADGE VIRGINIA KEIJIJEDY b. 3-22-1920 
m.[l] Arnie Hugh Deaton 
rii . [ 2 ] Vi i 1 1 ard Roy G o I'do n 

10 - 450 Frederick Hugh Deaton b. 1935 m. Donna Brown 
10 - 451 Mickie I.Iovita Gordon b. 1-22-1939 m. 6-4-I964 Dave Butler 
10 - 452 Terry Max Gordon b. 5-25-1941 
10 - 453 Johnny Michael Gordon b. 10-25-1943 m. 9-I9-I962 Roberta 

Rudisel 
10 - 454 Calinda Chere Gordon b. 12-28-1960 



120 



3 - 3L»2 Charles Julxcm .\.<.'nnea^ 
[WmJ ,Philt,Wm.3rr,Phil7,5am'i;'ChaE.wesley,i{ebecca F.^] 
5 - 409 EVELYIT liLBECCA KEJJNEDY b. 3-22-192C 

m. 4-11-1536 Christopher Columbus Hudson b. 3-17-1916 

10 - 45ij Kenneth Allen Hudson b. 1943 m. I963 Mildred Carolyn Manon 

10 - 4j6 JanifeG Lawson Hudbon b. II-I-I946 

[ as above ] 

9 - 410 I.LlkY LILLi;iN KEN!\'EDY b. I-I3-I924 

m. Erew V.illiam Penley b. 7-26-1925 
10 - 457 Dewanna Ann Penley b. 7-6-1947 
10 - 458 Barbara Lynn Penley b. 3-3-1949 
10 - 459 3or<y-a Leigh Fenley b. 3-21-1953 

[ as above ] 

9 - 411 riATLGAiiET LOUISE KEKIEDY b. 4-28-1926 
m. 3teve Fucile 

10 - 46G Eonna p.Iarie P-acile b. 6-IS-I945 
10 - 461 Stephen Gartona Facile b. 5-29-1947 
10 - 462 Barthelomew Everett Pucile b. 4-10-1949 
10 - 463 Andrea Maria Fucile b. 11-30-1950 

8 - 353 Esta Eliz. Kennedy [yers] 

[Wm. ,Philt,VJm.Sr^, Phil., 3am' l;' Chas. Wesley, Mary LoA] 

9 — M-l'- Ii^LLIiJ LOJ ELuuii I'lYEIuj u. xe.~j.—xyxi 

m. 9-30-1933 Joseph Lee Russell Jr. b. 11-21-1914 

10 - 464 Billie Joe Russell b. 10-5-1934 

10 —465 Glenda Lou Russell b. 11-2-1941 

10 - 466 V.'alter Edward Russell b. lC-lS-1945 

8 - 354 Lillian M. Kennedy [Klass] 

[Wm], Phil?, Wm.Sr^,Phil5, 3am' i;' Chas. Wesley, Mary Lou'] 

9 - 413 JJLMES V.'ILLIAM KLA3C b. 6-26-1916 

m. 2-26-1955 Margaret Louise Evans b. 11-3-1924 
10 - 467 Charles Kay Klass b. 3-24-1959 
10 - 46O Johnny 'uilliam Klass b. 2-6-I963 

r as above 1 

9 - 414 EULALAII NOlL-x KLA33 b. 1-2^-1920 

iu.[l] 4-IG-I937 James Martin Aumari b. 3-23-1917 

m.[2] 3-5-I943 Vi'illxam Lloyd Rule b. 4-15-19^7 

10 - 469 Shirley Aim Auman b. 193° m. Paul York 

10 - 470 Karen Leigh Auman b. 10-10-194o 

10 - 471 Sharon Lynn .varaau [twin to abovejij. Bouglas T?.ft Forrestei 

10 - 472 Mary Sue Rule b. 2-8-1949 

10 - 473 Randall Lloyd Rule b. 6-13-1956 

10 - 474 Eddy Lloyd Rule b. 8-4-19^5 [adopted] 

[ as a bove 1 

9-415 FREE GPuaL^M KLASS b. 8-1-1922 
m. Kathleen Grubb 

10 - 475 Larry Fred Klass m. Jaiiette Dorsett 
10 - 476 Linda Klass m. Buford Borsett 

121 



10 


- H 1 1 


10 


/. TO 


- ^ |U 


10 


- 479 


10 


- 480 


10 


- 431 


10 





Jerry Klass m. Texic Hill 

Joyce aIs-ss 

ocinice i\.l5.ss 

Cathy Klass 

Susan Klass 

Teri-y Klass 

8 - 354 Lillian I4ary Xennedy[Klassl 

[Wm.]philt,V.'m.Sr:',Phil7, Gam 'i;'Chas.V;esly, Wary Lou'] 

9 - 416 EARLIE ROBERT KLA2C Jr. b. 11-23-1926 

m. 6-8-1949 Ethel Arlene Steele b. 7-27-1930 

10 - 433 Sandra Kaylene Klass Td. 4-20-1950 m. 6-I3-I968 Richard Virgil 

Hill who was b. 11-20-1947 
10 - 484 Ronald Curtis Klass b. 5-5-I951 
10 - 485 Earlie Robert Klass III b. 6-30-1959 
10 - 486 Jeanine r.Iarie Klass b. I-I7-I965 

[ as above ] 

9 - 417 FARMILEE KLASS b. 1-7-1930 

m. 4-27-1946 Prank May b. 4-30-1925 

10 - 487 John Robert May b. 6-15-1947 m. 7-10-1965 Martha Jayoe Echerd 

who was b. 4-II-I947 

8 - 355 Ransom Dalford Kennedy 

[VJm. jPhilt.Wm.Grf, Phil'!!", Sam' 1;^ Chas.V.'esley , Mary Lou ] 

9 - 41S ROBERTA LUCILLE KENNEDY b. 5-24-191S 

m.[l] 10-26-1939 John Devith Batton b. 7-13-1914 d. 12-12-1955 
m.[2] Nov. 1957 Dermont Hinkle 

10 - 488 Vickie Lucille Batton b. 11-23-1946 m. 6-IO-I967 Phillip David 
Shackleford b. 1945 

[as above ] 

9 - 419 I'L.GGIE LOIS KENNEDY b. 5-11-1920 

m. 10-27-1935 John Vlillard Chappel 

10 - 439 Betty Chappel b. 3-21-1936 m. Hal Parrish 

10 - 490 Jack Pressley Chappel b. 1933 d. 196'9 '"• 1959 Betty Jane Suggs 

10 - 491 Jessie Lee Chappel b. 1940 m. Austin Freeman 

10 - 492 Breuda Deane Chappel b. 1947 m. Calvin Odell Hill 

10 - 493 Donna Ann Chappel b. 1949 m- Viilliam Mac Daniels 

10 - 494 James Freddie Chappel b. 10-20-1953 

10 - 495 Sherry Jane Chappel [twin to above ] 

[ as above ] 

9 - 421 JAMES VjELDON KETJNEDY b, 5-6-I924 
m, Leona Brown 

10 - 496 James Dalford Kennedy b. 8-15-1945 d. 10-19-1945 
10 - 497 Florence Iiuogene Kennedy b. 1947 m. I962 Larry Eloyd Foltz 

[ as above 1 

9 - 422 PERCY EM:.IETT KENNEDY b. 5-IO-I926 

m. 7-3O-I949 Carrie Louise Asbin b. 12-24-1923 

10 - 498 Barbara Louise Kennedy b. 5-3-1950 m. I967 Theodore Albert Bacoi 

10 - 499 Bonnie Kay Kennedy b. 3-29-1952 

10 - 500 Ronnie Emmett Kennedy b. 5-5-1956 

122 



8 - Ij)} Uansom Dalford Kennedy 

[Wm. , Phil. ,V.'m.5r. , Phil., 3am' l,Cha3. Wesley, Mary L 

9 - 423 BEECHEH PAKhlNGTON iCEJINEDif b. 12-21-1928 d. auto ace. 6-4-I933 
m. Freddie Mae rlartin 

10 - 501 Billie Kay Kennedy b. Feb. 19^2 
10 - 502 Rebecca Jane Kennedy b. Feb. 19:p3 
10 - 503 Theresa Mae Kennedy b. 3-29-1955 

8 - 356 Treva Victoria Kennedy [Mathews] 

[V.m!, Phil?, Wm.3r^,Philf, Sam' 1-^ Chas. Wesley, Mary Lou''] 

9 - 424 PAULINE ELIZABBrH MATHEhS b. 9-2-1920 

m. 9-21-1937 Charles Pride Jones b. 4-1-1917 

10 - 504 Charles Franklin Jones b. 3-29-1939 m. 11-10-1962 Ueva 

Gail Leonard b. 6-21-1943 
10 - 505 Bobby Wayne Jones b. 2-21-1940 Thomasville, N.C. 

d. 5-11-1964 in Viet Nam. Buried Holly Hill Gem., 

at Thomasville, N.C. 
10 - 506 Donald Hay Jones b. 5-3O-I94I m. 6-26-1963 Linda Sue 

Bowen who was b. 4-15-1943. Donald is a Baptist Minis- 

-ter in Louisville, Ky. 

[as above ] 

9 - 429 CUiMIE LEE MATTHEWS b. 4-8-I93O 

m. 3-18-1930 Frank Luther Hiatt b. 1-2-1917 
10 - 507 Prank Lawrence Hiatt b. 9-13-1960 
10 - 503 Bruce V.aync Hiatt b. 5-12-1963 

8 - 359 John V.esley Cecil 
[!;m] , Phil?, Wni.3r^,Philf ,5am' l^Chas.Kesley,Hich'd F.] 

9 - 442 JOHFNIE RUTH CECIL b. 12-3-1937 
m. Glenn Lassise 

10 - 509 Kenneth Charles Lassise b. 4-15-1964 
10 - 510 Linda Marie Lassise b. 2-22-1969 

3 - 360 Mary Eliz. Cecil [Snyder] 

[VJm!, Phil?, Wm.5r?,Phil5, 3am' 1? Chas. V.esley, Rich'd P.] 

9 - 446 JOSEPHINE RUTH SNYDER b. 3-10-1920 
m. 3_9_1946 Marvin Shoe b. 3-7-1919 
10 - 511 Lynda Sue Shoe b. 2-23-1947 
10 - 512 Joyce Elaine Shoe b. 8-26-194S m. John Turner 

8 - 361 Benj. Fred Cecil 
[V.'m], Phil?, Wm.Sr^,Philf, 3am' l^Chas.l.'esley, Rich'd P.] 

9 - 450 CLYDE MITCHELL CECIL B. II-I8-I917 

m. 8-27-1938 Delia Mae Stamey b. 8-14-1921 

10 - 513 Gilbert Mitchell Cecil b. 1-23-1940 m. Lana Peak 

10 - 514 Lindsay Ray Cecil b. 3-10-1941 

10 - 513 Alta Lenora b. 3-11-1943 

10 - 516 Karen Paulette b. 12-13-1947 



123 



S - 3&1 Benj. Fred Cecil 
[WmJ,Philt", Vim. Srf, Phil?, Sam' i;'Chas.I'.esley, Hidh'd f:] 

9 - 4:jl tIELBA REE CECIL b. 12-6-1919 

m. 9-23-1939 Robert Coy Byerly b. 3-2>1922 

10 - 517 Kenneth Coy Byerly b. 9-28-1940 m. I96O Linda Payne 

10 - 518 Do Ian Carl Byerly b. 3-29-1943 

10 - 519 Grady Lee Byerly b. 4-22-1948 

10 - 520 h'ayne Ray Byerly b. S-I8-I952 

[ as above ] 

9 - 452 DAVID V;EB3TER CECIL b. II-I-I92I 
m. Mary Ann Wall 
10 - 521 Bobbie David Cecil 
10 - 522 Mark Cecil 

[ as above 1 

9 - 453 R.VYMOIJD CECIL b. 3-20-1924 

m. 4-28-1945 Annie Bell Hunt b. 5-21-1928 

10 - 523 Larry Steven Cecil b. 7-8-1946 d. 3-6-1965 

10 - 524 Laura Elizabeth Cecil b. 4-23-1956 

8 - 363 Allen Roscoe Cecil 

[Km], Phil?, Wm.Srf,Philf, Sam' l^Chas. Wesley, Rich'd F. ] 

9 - 453 THEODORE RICILVRD CECIL b. 10-29-1930 

m. 10-29-1950 Hilda May Murphy b. 12-24-1933 

10 - 525 Theodore Richard Cecil Jr. b. 5-3-1952 

10 - 526 l-.alter Thomas Cecil b. 3-30-1955 

10 - 527 Lynn Anne Cecil b. 12-23-1956 

10 - 528 Allen Michael Cecil b. 3-3-1960 

10 - 529 Debra Lurraine Cecil b. IO-IO-I965 

8 - 36:; Maggie Mae Cecil [Wagner] 

[Vim. , PhiltjWm.Sr:', Phil?, 3am' l,Chas.VJesley,Rich'd F!] 

9 - 459 CL;.YT0N CLARENCE bAGlIEK b. 7-25-1921 

m. 6-26-1943 Clarice Geraldine Summers b. 5-18-1921 
10 - 530 Lisa Dean V.'agner b. 6-6-I956 

[ as above ] 

9 - 460 cleat;. r^AE wagner b. 3-3-1925 d. 2-17-1969 

m. Clarence Felix Harper 

10 - 531 Rose Aune Harper b. 9-^3-1950 

8 - 366 Florence E. Cecil [Bov/ers &. Embler] 

[Wm], Phil?, Wm.Srf,Phil^, 3am':', Chas.Wesley°Rich'd P. '] 

9 - 463 MARY ROSE BOVjERo b. 10-13-1-927 

m. 1-16-1943 Thomas Turner b. 10-16-1922 

10 - 532 Michael Roy Turner b. 2-28-1947 >!• 7-13-1947 

3 - 367 VJillard Ashburn Cecil 

[WmJ,Philt,Wm.Srf ,Phil.7Sam'l^Chasl',esley,Rich'd F."^] 

9 - 464 PHYLLIS CECIL b. 4-4-I936 

m. 7-2-1954 Edward Ray Harmon b. 3-4-I930 
10 - 533 Eddie Ashburn Harmon b. 7-23-1956 

124 



3 



- 370 Martha Elizabeth Craven [Olaecoe] 

[Vim. ,Fhilt,Wm.Srf,Philf,3am'l? Chas.\-.esleyfsy:virm -,Jl 

9 - 46S V.'ILLIAi" TROY GLA3C0L Ji . b. 12-4-1919 
m. Oct. 1939 I>thel I'ae Cmith 
10 - 534 3hirley ."jui Glascoe 
10 - 535 Eugene Glascoe 
10 - 536 Garland Glascoe 
10 - 537 Linda Glascoe 
10 - 533 Katy Glascoe 

[ as above ] 

9 - 469 ETHEL CATKEniim GLASCOE b. 4-25-1923 

m. 10-1-1933 Piigdon Ilane V.illiams b. II-I2-I919 

10 - 539 Bobby Rigdon '..'illiams b. 9-10-1942 m. I963 Dorothy Mae 

10 - 540 Peggj- Marie Williams b. 10-29-1944 m. I965 Marvin Frank- 

-lin '■.'ilkins 
10 - 541 Dale Frariklin '.illiams b. 7-25-194o m. I965 Alvia Sue 

Craddocic 
10 - 542 Becky Lianne i.illiams b. 3-11-1950 
10 - 543 Freddie Odell Williams b. 9-5-1934 

[ as above "| 

9 - 470 AILEEN PRAIJCES GL..GCOE b. 4-2>1923 

m. 11-25-1943 Eonald Percy ilines b. 7-4-1926 

10 - 544 Judy Carol Ilines b. 9-25-1947 m. Oct. I967 Gurney Thomas 

ivO nt z 
10 - ;;45 Patricia Liarme Ilines b. 12-6-1951 d. 3-15-1952 
10 - 946 Janice Ann Hines b. 2-27-19:i4 
10 - 547 Mary Jean Hines b. 3-27-1956 
10 - 543 Joy Renee Hines b. 2-6-1961 

[ as above ] 

9 - 471 ^IKN SYr.LlNTiLl GLASCOE b. 7-30-1927 

m. 12-29-1945 John V.'yatt McBowell b. 3-6-1921 

10 - 549 John V.'yatt McLowell Jr. b. 10-2-1946 d. 10-5-1946 

10 - 55c Joseph Edward McDowell b. 5-13-1951 d. 5-15-1931 

10 - 551 Donna Marie McDowell b. 3-22-1933 m. 12-21-1968 Calvin 

James Cunningham 
10 - 552 Tommy Ray McDowell b. 5-14-1956 
10 - 533 Kathy Gaye McDowell b. 6-23-1959 

[ as above ] 

9 - 472 BETTY Er/LILINE GLASCOE b. 5-20-1931 

m. 10-17-1955 Earlie Isaac Todd b. 3-20-1917 
10 - 554 ..ngela Kaye Todd b. 9-26-19^6 

3 - 371 Bessie Louvena Craven [Johnson] 

[Wm],Philt,Wm.3r:', Phil., Sam' i;'Chas. Wesley, Sylvia 3. ] 

9-47 V;.^LTER LIin'ILLE JOHNSON b. 12-23-1917 

m. 6-23-1939 Frances Mae Rich b. 3-19-1916 

10 - 555 Frances Gayle Johnson b. 1-23-1942 m. 1963 Earl W?o^ne 

Washburn 
10 - 556 Larry Roger Johnson b. 2-10-1945 m. Anne Emily Norwood. 

125 



8 - 371 Bessie Louvena Craven [Johnson] 

[Wm. ,Philt,Wm.5r; ,Phil'i',3am' I:;' Chas.h'esley , Sylvia S. ] 

9 - 475 CLYDE LAIIIEL J0IIN30N b. 4-7-19^2 

m, 6-5-1943 r.1yrtle Evelyn Everhart b. 12-7-1924 
10 - 557 Brenda Kaye Johnson b. IO-26-I946 
10 - 553 Karen Evelyn Johnson b. IO-IO-I948 

[ as above ] 

9 - 476 THUHr.LlN LAVIREWCE JOKKSOI'I b. 5-27-1924 
m. 7-3-1943 Melissa oophronia lieed 
10 - 559 Phyllis Adelaide Johnson b. 3-24-1944 m. 3-3-1968 Jerry Webster 

Long b. 11-2-1946 
10 - 560 Rodger Earl Johnson b, 11-21-1952 
10 - 561 Jeanette Ann Johnson b. 2-28-1957 

[ as above ] 

9 - 477 ALBERT ERNEST JOHIJSCII b. 3-21-1926 

m. 7-10-1945 Ola kan Laughlin b. 5-29-1927 

10 - 562 Ray Eugene Johnson b. 6-20-1946 m. 8-27-1967 Margaret Elaine 

Shannas b. 10-5-1946 
10 - 563 Rebecca .mn Johnson b. 7-29-1947 m. 2-16-1963 Ernest V;ayne Pugh 

who was b. 10-5-1943 
10 - 564 Bruce Edward Johnson b. 7-11-1949 ^' IO-I-I966 Joyce l>.nn Hender- 

-son b. 5-I5-I95O 
10 - 565 Carla Cue Johnson b. 10-22-1957 
10 - 566 Carlton Lee Johnson b. 3-26-I962 
10 - 567 Charles David Johnson b. 6-9-1965 

[ as above ] 

9 - 479 BILLY ROBERT JOHNSON b. 6-13-1931 

m, 9-28-1963 Shelby Jean Long b. 1-23-1941 
10 - 563 Tresa Ann Johnson b. 2-3-1969 

[ as above ] 

— 400 jjuiiiiui; ruti Juit-ivkjOi^ ij. L^—iy—Lyij 

m. 6-30-1956 Betty Joan Hayworth b. 7-27-1935 
10 - 569 Ricky Lee Johnson b. 1-18-1959 



10 - 570 Lisa ^'i.nn Johnson b. 3-22-19o 



■ I 



3 - 372 Julius Linville Craven 

[VJm. jPhilt,Wm.Srf, Phil, ,3am' ll'Chas, Wesley, Sylvia 3.] 

9 - 481 JANIE JEVJEL CR.;VEN b. 9-25-1923 

m. 4-24-1942 Carlos McKenzie Sink b, II-I9-I92O 

10 - 511 Nancy Jean Sink b. 5-8-1944 m.1963 Herman Leroy Hedgecock 

10 - 572 David Linville Sink b. 10-26-1955 

8 - 373 Ina May Craven [Johnson] 

[Wm. ,Philt,Wm.3r:^, Phil?, 3am'l:/Chas. Wesley, Sylvia S. ] 

9 - 482 FRED LEE JOHNSON b. 12-6-1920 

m. 7-29-1943 El vie Mae Everhart b. 5-24-1919 

10 - 573 Fred Dennis Johnson b. 6-II-I945 m. 2-11-1968 Judy Hussy 
10 - 574 Margaret Ellen b. 2-19-1947 m. 9-3-1965 Benny Lee Hilton 
who was b. I-IO-I946 

126 



3 - 37c Julius Linville Craven 
[lvni.,Philtlvm.Srf,Fhil^,3am'l;' Chas.WGslevT ~vTvin ".H 

9 - 4S3 C:J£0LL J03LFII JOIIIICOi; b. 3-2-1922 

m. 6-14-1943 Norma Bernice Keed b. 6-23-1925 
10 - 575 Sandra Kay Johnson b. 12-20-1944 m. 5-1-1966 Steve 
Harold Pettroff b. 10-25-1943 

[ as above ] 

9 - 484 "WAYNE LINVILLE J0IIN30N b. 11-9-1925 

m. 5-3-1944 Essie Rae Praley b. 9-18-1926 

10 - 576 Lynn Rae Johnson b. 11-2-1946 m. 2-II-I966 Charles LeRoy 

Bowman b. 12-4-194 j 

8 - 374 Rav>Tr,ond Garcia Craven 

[Wm. ,Philt,Wm. 3rf, Phil?, 3am' i;* Chas.V.'esley, r.ylvia 3. '1 

9 - 48i. .UiKOLE Lim'ILLE CKIVE:; b. 4-23-1922 

m. 10-24-1941 Mary Frances Craven b. 9-10-1923 

10 - 577 Linda Carol Craven b. 6-5-1942 

10 - 573 iionald Linville Craven b. 3-1C-1943 ni. Joyce Glascoe 

10 - 579 Sylvia Frances Craven b. 12-24-1944 m. 8-31-1963 James 

Howell 
10 - j80 Gai-y V.ayxie Craveii b. 11-22-1946 m. Karen Sheppherd 

[ as above 1 

m. 7-I5-I944 Kelva Marie Caiiiybell b. 3-8-1923 

10 - 581 James Rolarxd Craven b. 6-4-1945 d. 6-5-1945 

10 - 5S2 Nancy Ann Craven b. 6-26-1946 m. 0-4-1965 Nick Lawrence 

Diffigio II b. 12-6-1945 
10 - 583 Ralph Michael Craven b. 6-23-1951 
10 - 584 Mark Kayiiioiid Craven 0. 11-22-195^ 

3 - 375 Minnie Althea Craven [Proctor] 

[WmJ,Philf,Wm.Sr:',Phil';f, 2am' i;'Chas. Wesley, Sylvia S! ] 

9 - 487 :.LICE ELDOR.'^ PROCTOR b. 9-28-1923 

m. 11-22-1941 Lewis Thomas Jones b. 10-30-1913 

10 - jZ'j Donald Robert Jones b. 9-15-1942 m. 11-21-1961 to Judy 

Diann Belk b. 6-8-1944. 
10 - 536 Evelyn Joan Jones b. 12-27-1946 m. 7-2-1965 Hilton Davis 

Yokoley b. 1-30-1944 
10 - 587 Margie Faye Jones b. 1-27-1949 
10 - ^38 Gary Richard Joncs b. 3-17-1952 

[ as above ] 

9 - 433 C;j{LIS EDWIN PROCTOR b. 7-:>-1925 

r.i. 11-20-1943 Annie Mae Jones b. 4-I5-I924 

10 - 539 Carlis Edwin Proctor Jr. b. 10-21-1945 m. 7-2-19^7 to 

Marie Peterson 
10 - 590 Edna Mae Proctor b. 11-8-1947 m. 6-5-1965 to Grady Clem- 
-ment 

^ 10 - 591 Edith Faye Proctor [twin to Edna] d. , no date of death. 

10 - 592 Sarah Joyce Proctor b. 1-13-1951 

127 



S - 'iJu Belvin Constantine Craven 

[Wm.' ,Fhilf ,VJm.3rf, Fhil?,Samuel^Chas. Wesley, 3ylvia 3.] 

9 - 4S9 KEJUnSTH LEE CRAVEN b. 10-20-1930 

m. 4-S-I949 Joyce Yvonne Berrier b. 6-8-1933 
10 - 593 Eddie Lee Craven b. 9-15-1953 
10 - 594 Theresa Yvonne Craven 

[ as above ] 

9 - 490 PEGGY RUTH CR.1VEN b. 11-6-1934 

m. 5-21-1953 Francis Herman Sowers b. 7-10-1932 

10 - 596 Donna Kay Bowers b. 7-12-1957 
10 - 597 Wayne Belvin Bowers b. 2-2-1956 
10 - 598 Sandra Gail Bowers b. 8-4-19^7 

3 - 377 Glennie Nora Craven [Collett] 

1 2 "' ' 5 6 7 

[ivmi ,Philt,VJm.3r;',Phil?,3am' 1 , Chas.VJesley, Sylvia 5.] 

9 - 491 JOII" WESLEY COLLETT b, 4-12-1932 

m. 3-3-1953 Margaret .inn Johnson b. 7-13-1933 

10 - 599 Elizabeth .uin Collett b. 6-3-1954 d. 3-9-1956 

10 - 600 Randall l-.esley Collett b. II-9-I956 

10 - 601 William Robert Collett b. 3-17-1953 

10 - 6-2 John Pernell Collett b. 5-I-I96I 

[ as above ] 






9,1 n n ?T ■ p/^ ■ — i-om t;i ■ VT? nr\j T T-mrri r, o O 

— 47^ ti^ULU-lJLillX i^^-s.x£j uwLLiJ-L i D. >— w- 

m. Larry Neale Patterson b. 12-23-1937 

10 - 603 Neale Jilex.ander Patterson b. 10-16-1957 

10 - 604 V.'illiam Christopher Patterson b. 8-26-I963 



8 - 373 ^'^thelene Craven [Proctor] 
[V.'mj jPhilf ,Km.3rf',Phil?,3am'l, Chas. Wesley, Sylvia 3. ] 



9 - 493 ALDREY i.LiE PROCTOR b. 8-5-1933 

m. 7-23-1950 Billy Joe Kill 3r. b. 6-11-1932 
10 - 605 Billy Joe Hill Jr. b. 3-21-1953 
10 - 606 Howard Blake Hill b. 5-22-1961 
10 - 607 Benjie Lee Hill b. 5-17-1 966 

8 - 380 Lizzie Lou Johnson [Griffen] 

[Wml,Phil2,Wm.Sr^,Philf,3am'l, Chas. Wesley, Pauline vl] 

9 - 497 VIOLET RUTH GRIFPEK b. 3-8-I914 
m, ^—21—1930 Dewey Lee Rumbley 

10 - 603 Bobby Lee Rumbley b. 2-25-1932 m. 6-3O-I95I Jo Anne Wood 
10 - 609 Allen Ray Rumbley b. 7-12-1933 m. Lois Bonkemyer 
10 - 610 Johnny Deland Rumble^- b. ll-2-193<l 

10 - 611 Peggy Jaqueline Rumbley b. 8-9-1937 m. 6-29-1956 Clyde Walker 
10 - 612 Earl Eugene Rumbley b. 9-27-1933 
10 - 613 Donald Wayne Rumbley b. 3-17-1940 

[ as above ] 

) - 49S ELIZA PAULIITE GRIPi-IN b. -q -15-1915 
m.[lj Robert William Henderaun 
m.[2] David Morton 

128 



10 - 6x4 Lois Faulettc IIendcr.=:nn >:. ••-■i_i932 m. 8-30-1947 John 

Ishmael Grogan 
10 - 615 Kuby Alice Henderson b. >-^-i933 m. 3-2-1951 Gene Doug- 

-IciE Abbott 
10 - 6l6 Mildred .u'tnette Henderson b. 2-19-1936 nr.. Dwight V«rnon 

Idol 
10 - 617 Carolyn Yvonne Henderson b. 4-20-i<^ '" -n. Edward Dewayne 

Hendrick 

8-380 Lizzie Lou Johnson [Griffin] 

[Wm. ,Philt",Wni.3r:,Fhil.,Sam'l;^ Chas. Wesley,' Pauline V.'] 

9 - 499 JOSEPH V.'ECLEY GKIPFEi; b. 12-21-1916 
m. 12-21-1935 Mary Ellen Hobbs 

10 - 613 Rosetta Marie Griffin b. 12-5-1933 m. Albert Holloway Pigg 
10 - 619 Linda Galey Griffin b. 11-24-1941 m. 9-7-I957 Reuben 

Holliday Everhart 
10 - 620 Jo :>.nn Griffin b. 8-6-I943 
10 - 621 Jerry IVesley Griffin u. 12-20-1946 

[ as above ] 

9 - 500 j.j.iES GiLiDY GiaFFir: b. S-17-1913 

m. 1-22-1933 Neva Christine Cooper 

10 - 622 Barbara Jean Griffin b. 11-30-1933 m. 9-20-1957 Colin 

Gary Pu^'h 
10 - 623 Darrell VJade Griffin b. 12-1-1939 
10 - 624 James Grady Griffin Jr. b. 9-20-1941 
10 - 623 Kuth :uiu Griffin b. 1-30-1944 

8 - 390 Viola Blance Burton [Gurley] 

[WmJ,Phil7,V;!m.Srf,Phil^,Sam'l;'Chas.Kesley7 Lillian G. '] 

9 - 505 ELVJAUBA BURT0i\' GKRLEY b. 9-25-1923 

m. 9-25-1945 Edward Taylor Harrison b. 7-1S-1921 

10 - 626 Thomas Lee Harrison b. 7-27-1947 m. Oct. I967 Kay Lanth- 

-em 
10 - 627 Michael Uay Harrison b. 11-6-1954 

[ as above ] 

9 - 506 EDITH LLUDALIIJE GLIfLEY b. 11-12-1925 

m. 5-16-1945 -Ubert Vernon V.alker b. 1-4-1915 

10 - 623 Ronald ;.lbert V.alker b. 8-19-1946 m. 1-17-19^9 Debra 

Walters b. 2-14-1950 
10 - 629 Vernon Keith Walker b. 3-4-1953 

[ as above ] 

9 - 507 RONALB LEE GURLEY b. 7-19-19^7 

m. 12-3-19130 i^'anda VJray V.alker L. 7-17-1932 
10 - 630 Gemie Lee Gurley b. 5-19-1352 
10 - 631 Ginger Carol Gurley b. 3 -6-1957 
10 - 632 Ronald Scott Gurley b. 10-13-19^2 
10 - 633 Sheila Marie Gurley b. 1-5-19^4 

3 - 391 Chester heighten Burton 

[Wm], Phil?, Wm.fPhil'^, 3am' i;'Chas.Kesley, Lillian G.] 

9 - 509 CLYDE H..RL:iN Burton b. 10-10-1930 

m. 11-29-1952 Margaret Joy Alewine b. 4-14-1935 

129 



10 - 634 Clyde Harlan Burton Jr. b. 3-23-1953 
10 —635 April Joy Burton b. 12-22-1954 
10 - 636 Steven Leigh Burton b. 10-31-1956 



It is regrettable that so many of the foregoing names do not have 
]ccationR listed. Kany, if not most of the descendants of 5 - 6 Phillip Cecil 
and 5 - 17 Samuel Cecil have remained in the Davidson Co. area of JI.C. 



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CILTTElt X 

9-2 Cy Ivia Zelma Taylor [McGrath] 
[Wm.,Philt,Wm.Sr},Wm.Jr5,John B?, V.m.a^, Josephinel J.h.m^o?] 

10-1 I-LUlIE JULI.. McClL'.TII b. 8-31-1932 Mo. 
m. 3-5-1950 Joseph Garcia 
11-1 Gloria Ellen Garcia b. 5-3-1951 
11-2 Deborah Catherine Garcia b. 12-29-1952 
11-3 Francis Joseph Garcia b. 11-24-1956 
11-4 Dennis Charles Garcia b. 9-23-1959 
11-5 John Mitchell Garcia b. 4-3-1961 
11-6 Kathleen Marie Garcia b. 12-10-1963 

[ as above ] 

10-3 r.LJilLYN McGR.;TII b. 8-29-1933 Ito. 
m. 9-2-1950 liobert Adamson 
11-7 Itobert Franklin .'.damson b. S-1 1-1951 
11-8 Sharon Lynn .Idamson b. 4-9-1953 
11-9 Michael Christopher ^damson b. 6-12-1957 
11 - 10 Mary Elizabeth ..dai„3on b. 9-21-1959 
11 - 11 Daniel James Adamson b. 4-22-1960 
11 - 12 Pamela Adamson b. 5-12-1964 
11 - 13 Cynthia Karie Adamson b. 4-30-1969 

[ as above ] 

10-4 PAUL KEUMIT McGiLlTII b. 8-8-193^ 

m. 4-28-1956 Shirley Marie Knight b. 3-11-1935 
11 - 14 Paul .vnthoriy McGrath b. 3-12-1956 
11 - 15 Gregory Charles McGrath b. 7-29-1958 
11-16 Erin ;mn McGrath b. 11-15-1960 
11 - 17 Steven Todd McGrath b. 4-26-1962 
11 - IS Mathew Llake McGrath b. 9-26-1966 

9-3 Albert Kenneth Taylor 

[Wm.,Phil7,Wm.Srf .V.'m.Jr^.John B.,VJm.B. .Josephine, John R.Taylor] 

10-5 MILDRED T;.YL0R b. 2-27-1921 

m.[l] Joseph Lembke Divorced 
m.[2] Harry Rhodes 

11 - 19 Rita Lembke who m. Denton and has 

12-1 Errick Denton 
12-2 Leslie Denton 
12-3 narry lUioaco ov. b. ^^-^.j-^i^ 1 
11 - 19^- Harry Rhq^es. Jr., b. 9-^23-l,94{/ [corrected addition] 
\ 9 - 10 Viola. Taylor XStnitt^ J ^ g 

[V,m.',Philt',Wm.3r;i',Wm.Jr?,John B^'.V.'m.Br.Josephinei Jas. E.Taylor ] 

10 - 10 JE;.N FPu.NCES smith b. 8-27-1924 Cornelia, Mo. 

m. 8-27-1942 Robert Lowry Lives Johnson Co. Ho. 

11 - 20 Donna Jean Lowry b. 10-27-1944 

11 - 21 Doris Elaine Lowry b. 10-17-1947 

11-22 Dianna Lynn Lowry b. 2-15-1951 

11 - 23 Larry Robert Lowry b. 9-16-1952 

11 - 24 Debra -inn Lowry b. 11-27-1957 

11 - 2j Deloris .Uice Lowry b. 11-14-1964 

131 



9-10 Viola^Taylo;: [Smith] 
[Wml , Phil?, Wm.Sr^,Wm.Jr4, John B5,Wm.3'^, Josephinc-J Jas.E. Taylor^] 
10 - 12 GORDON ALLEN SMITH b. 12-22-1929 Cornelia, Ko. 
m. Betty Doris Pctterling 
11 - 26 Leah Kay Smith b. 12-10-19^2 
11- 27 Yicki Lynn Smith b. 10-1-1955 
11 - 2S Michelle Doris Smith b. 10-9-1958 

[ as above ] 

10 - 13 VlAX ROBERT SMITH b. 11-26-1931 Cornelia, Mo. Lives Calif, 
m. 3-6-1955 Virginia Rae Paker 
11-29 Howard Kevin Smith b. 4-26-1957 
11 - 30 Kelly Jo Smith b. 11-27-1958 

9 - 12 Melvin Wm. Cecil 
[Vim], Phil?, V,'m.3r^,'/.'n:.Jr4, John B^, VJm.B.f John W.J VJm. W.^] 
10 - 15 MELVIN l-:iLLIAM CECIL Jr. b. 5-11-1937 Ottawa, Kan. Lives Costa Mesa, Cal. 
m. 4-24-I962 Suzanne Beaudttte [HcKogue is stop fathers name] 
11 - 31 Kathleen Suzanne Cecil b. I2-3I-I964 
11 - 32 John Patrick Cecil b. I-3I-I968 
Melvin grad. Uni, of Kan., emp. by two electronics cos. & now Chief Industrial F.ng- 
-ineei- for Disneyland. Suzanne is r, native Californian. 

[ as above ] 
10 - 16 DUANE CnAI.IBERLIN CECIL b. 1-27-1940 Ottawa, Kansas Lives Olatha, Kans. 
m. 1-29-1959 Clinton, Mo. to Linda Lou Boone b. 12-13-1941 Garnet, Kans. 
11 - 33 Bryan Duane Cecil b. 9-29-1966 Newport Beach, Cal. 
11 - 34 Laurie Lynn Cecil b. 6-21-1963 K.C. Mo. 
Duane is a dress mfg. representative. Hobtries are sports areas. Linda enjoys readin 
and a,ntiques as well as sports. Church membership is with M.E. Church. 

9 - 16 Dorothy Louise Cecil [Mitchell] 
[as above ] 
10 - 13 T.LuiY LOU MITCHELL b. 12-21-1934 Sedalia,^Mo. Lives 9627 Estate Lane, Dallas 
m. 3-6-1965 V.'arren G. Haasu Texas. 75238 

11 - 35 
11 - 36 

[as ubove ] 
10 - 19 TH0M3 CLAYTON MITCHELL b. 7-13-1 945 Sedalia, Mo. 
m. 6-7-I968 Carol Ann Schrceder in Sedalia, 

9 - 23 Alt a Derr Cecil [Koch] 
[Wm],Philf,Km.Sr^,V,'m.Jr':,John B.^ V;m. fl?, Alex. iJ, Reuben E.^] 
10 - 27 ..LICE MARGARET KOCK b. 9-7-1942 Terr^ Haute, Ind. 

m. 11-18-1961 Walter Richard Leinke b. 10-3-1939 North Judson, Ind. 
son of VJalter &. Lucile (_Richardson] Lemke of North Judson. 
11 — 37 Vi'alter Richard Leiike Jr. b. 1-17— 1963 Hai'tford City, Ind. 
11 - 38 David Bruce L^-mke b. 10-22-1965 Faoli, Ind. 
Alice v?on 1st in Ind. State Science Fair and 4th in Internation Science Fair with 
her project Synergistic Affects of Metals on Anti-biotics. Dick [l97l] working on 
Ph.D. degree in music from Uni. of lov/a, Iowa City. 

9-24 Teola Marion Cecil [Wilson] 
[ as above ] 

10 - 30 JAY RAYMOND WILSON b. 2-9-1946 Johnson Co. Nebraska 
m. 8-9-I97O at Ord Nebraska to Jane Paulsen 

11 - 39 Amy Lynn Wilson b. 2-I4-I97I at Lincoln, Nebraska 
Jay served in armed forces in Korea and now [l97l] is completing his Uni. woi^k 
tovjard a degree in Agriculture and Conservation- . Hobbies include woodworking 
an:', the skillful construction of beautiful furniture. Jane is a R.N. and espec- 
-lally enjoys work in pediatrics. 

132 



9-37 Elsie Irtiifc Taylor [Caiu] 

[V.'m. , Phil., Wm.3r.,V;n. Jr., John B^* Th06.,Mary { Lounelhie J 

10 - 44 JOHN IIOV.-Arj) CAiri b. 10-23-19-3 Lives 11. C. Mo. 
IT.. 9-7-1951 Norma Dean Kj'le b. 12-31-1929 
11 - 40 Mark Daniel Cain b. 6-13-1956 
11 - 41 Milinda 3uo Cain b. 2-23-1959 
11 - 42 Richard ..Ian Cain b. 10-10-1969 

[ as above ] 

10 - 45 ELSIE n.;dii:e CAIN b. 7-29-1925 

m. 3-26-1946 E-ugcno Drill Trapncll b. 1-20-1923 
11 - 43 Lynn Irene Trapnell b. 3-13-1947 

m. S-8-1969 V.'illiaiT, Thomas Faircloth b. =u?l--io^7 
11 - 44 Becky Helen Trapnell b. 5-12-1949 

m. 7-3-I968 Charles Edward Bacon b. Aav. ii,4o 
11 - 45 Cindy Jean Trapnell b. I-25-I96I 

[ as above ] 

10 - 46 HELEN LCUIGE C;.IN b. 12-21-1927 

m. 7-26-1952 John H. Brooks b. 11-12-1923 
11 — 46 Doborah Ann Brooks b. 5~2>— 1953 
11 - 47 Stephen Cain Brooks b. 7-3-1954 
11 - 48 Scott Christian Brooks b. 4-1-1963 
11 - 49 Lisa Ellen Brooks b. 7-16-1964 
11 - 50 Todd otuart Brooks b. 11-5-1966 

[ as above 1 

1\J — 47 AJOi/l/Iij GiuiCE C.ixi« b. X — j.(— x9j' 



m.[l 



6-29-1952 Robert Eugene Arndt b. S- 5-1925 Div. Oct. 1953 
6-10-1961 James David Rowe Jr. b. 2-3-1930 

11 - 51 Kelanie Dawn Arndt b. 1-23-1954 

11 - 52 Sherri Eileen ..rndt b. 7-26-1956 

11 - 53 John Wesley Howe b. 5-3-1964 

[ as above 1 

r;<. 6-I7-I96O Chaileiic V.'ood LambcrL b. 12-16-1936 

11 - 54 Kelly Lambert Cain b. 2-5-1955 [stepson] 

11 - 55 Kirsten Elizabeth Cain-b. -1^10-1962 

11 - ^6 Christopht::r James Caixi b. 9-1^-^963 

9-3° Fay Beatrice Taylor [Kestrope] 

['>;m],Philt,V;m.Srf,Wm.Jr':,John B:*, Thoa.,Mary; Lousettie J. ] 

10 - 50 JUNL AD.;iR V.'ESTRCFE b. 4-6-1924 

m. 5-24-1943 Kenneth E. Brown b. 3-23-1916 
11 - 57 Cheryl Lynn Brown b. 4-6-1947 
11 - 58 Cindy Kay Brown b. 12-15-1949 • 

m. 3-1-1969 Harold Roberts b. 9-1-1949 
11 - 59 Pamela Sue Brown b. 1-1V1949 

m. 9-2-1969 Larry Thomas b. 2-9-1943 



133 



9-3° Fay Beatrice Taylor [Westrope] 

[Wm. ,Philt,Wm.3rf lUm.JrT, John E. ,Thos. ,LIary, Lousettie J.] 

10 - 51 BOrllllE JE;JJ ViESTROPE b. 10-30-1926 
m. Juett VJhitford and divorced 
11 - 60 Chester Warren V.-hitford b. I-4-I949 
11 - 61 Richard 3tuart V;hitford b. 1-9-1952 

[ as above ] 

10 - 52 c;.ROE f:.ye wegtrope b. 11-22-1936 

m. 6-2I-I952 James B. Carpentar b. 7-I7-I932 Killed place crash 

on 8-14-1966 
11 - 62 Belinda Lee Carpentar b. 10-9-1955 
11 - 63 Suff Burton Carpentar b. 2-14-1958 
11 - 64 Maury Dean Carpentar b. 10-19-1959 
11 - 65 Carrie Fay Carpentar b. 4-3-1962 
11 - 66 Lance Drew Carpenter b. 11-27-1963 

[ as above ] 

10 - 53 IIO'u'ARD T.IYLOR IJEGTROFE b. I-II-I94O 

n>. 2-2-1956 Patricia ;.. Bradbury b. 3-31-1941 

11 - 67 Kevin Tracy Uestrope b. 12-21-1957 

11 - 63 Connie Jean Vies trope b. 12-23-1933 

11 - 69 Jeffry 3cott '.iestropc b. I-I8-I96O 

11 - 70 Brett Michell V;estrope b. 4-14-1961 

11 - 71 Kim Westrope b. 4-5-I962 

11 - 72 Douglas opencer liestropu b. 3-19-19^3 

[ as above ] 

10 - 54 SHARON SUE '.■.'ECTROPE b. 5-3O-I942 

m. 3-11-1961 Donald Hulsey b. 6-I7-I94I 
11 - 73 Shawn Patrick Hulsey b. 9-8-I964 
11-74 Todd Steven Hulsey b. 10-24-1966 

9-50 i''fi-ry Gertrude Stout [Latta] 

[ V!m. jPhilf ,'.j;n.Srf ,l!m.Jr'7, John B; ,Thos. ,Mary, Hiram G. Stout] 

10 - 62 I.UJiY IJ;.DINE LATT.. b. 2-4-1923 
m, Horraan L. Jackson 
11 — 75 Norman Jackson 
11 - 76 Mary Nadine Jackson 
11 - 77 Ronald Jackson 
11 - 78 Joyce ^^nn Jackson 

[ as above ] 

10-63 FERN L.ITTA 

m. Carl Hunter 

11 - 79 Gilbert Hmtsr 

m. 6-27-1970 Sandra Bancroft 
11 - 80 Sarah Hunter 
11 - 81 John Hunter 
11 - 82 Robert Hunter 



134 



I 



9-51 3eulah Janet i3akcr [Dovmin«] 

[Wm.,Philt,Wm.Sr.;'V/m.Jr.,John B?, Thomas, Haryflliram G Stout 

10 - 64 ViALTEH LEWI3 DOWNING Jr. b. 7-4-1917 Lives Santa Ana, Ca! . 
m. 8-4-1940 Virginia M. Kennedy 
11 - 33 Jay Vib.libr Lowning 1. 3-1-1947 

[ as above ] 

10 - 65 AIJNABEL LEE DOWNING b. 11-27-1919 Lives Paloa Verdee Estatee, Cal. 
m. 4-13-1943 James Scott Beery 
11 - 84 James Scott Beery Jr. b. 10-24-194;) 

[ as above ] 

10 - 66 lilRY LOUISE DOV.'NING b. 7-21-1927 
m. 7-3-1947 Francis J. Crenshaw 
11 - 85 Linda Lue Crenshaw b. 12-8-1949 m. 12-23-1963 to 

Jerry Jack Wheatley and has [ ] Wheatley b.lO-12-lQ7C 
11 - 86 Nancy Sue Crenshaw [twin to Linda j d. 2-2-1963 
11 - 87 Tr-Hcy Janettfc Crenshaw b. 12-31-19('3 

9-5^ Lucile Glad;/s Marr [Johnson] 

[Wm. jPhilf ,Wm.Sr.,V,m.Jr^,John B:',Thoma!;, Mary,' Nancy F. Stout] 

10 - 68 [a] C;JvOL ANN JOHNSON b. 12-13-1935 

m. 12-17-1955 Wendell Darrell Holder b. :2-ll-1935 
11 - 88 [a] Douglas Scott Holder b. 9-25-1956 
11 - 89 [a] Debrah Lynn Holder b. 7-16-1959 

[ as above ] 

10 - 69 [a] JAinUT GAY JOHNSON b. II-I9-I942 

m. 4-IS-I96O Jerry Norman Hopkins b. 6-2>1937 



11 - 90 [a 



11 - 92 [a' 

li - 93 [c^ 



Bradley Allen Hopkins b. 11-22-1960 



11 - 91 [a] Aaron Kent Hopkins b. 1-14-1'^62 



Eric Alan Hopkins b. 3-23-1965 
Stephen Mark Hopkins b. 2-13-1966 



9 - 53 Charles Everett Marr 
[Wm],Philt,Wm.Srf,Wm.Jr5,John B?, Thomas, Maryj Nancy F. 3tou?] 

10 - 70 [a] ALBERTA J'Jlffi HATJl b. 3-12-1931 

m. 5-29-1954 Kenneth C. Grandest aff b. 6-29-1927 
11 - 94 [a] Kenneth Ray Grandettaff b. 6-24-1955 
11 - 95 [a] Richard Wayne Grandestaff b. 4-7-1959 

[ as above ] 

10 - 71 [a] BETTY JEAN MARR b. 3-27-1932 

m. 7-4-1952 Robert L. Bird b. 12-10-1932 
11 - 96 [a] Robert Eugene Bird b. 6-22-1954 

[ as above "] 

10 - 72 [a] ROBERT ALLEN MARR b. 4-1-1933 

m. 6-IO-I956 Elizabeth Ann Barbee b. 5-5-193B 



11 - 97 
11 - 98 



'a] Gary Allen Llarr b. 10-28-1959 
~ai Steven r.ve-rett Marr b. 3-7-1962 



[ as above j 
10 - 74 [a] CHARLES OLIVER MARR b. 2-26-1936 

m. 12-8-1957 Bonnie Elizabeth Wilson b. 4-26-1939 



11 - 99 [a; 

11 - 100 [a 



Michael Charles Marr b. IO-6-I96O 
Jeffrey Lynn Marr b. 1-22-1968 

135 



9-53 Charles Everett Marr 
[Wm., Phil., Wm.Sr.,Wm. Jr., John B. .Thomas, Mary, Nancy F. Stout ] 

10 - 75 [a] MARION IIARLEY KARR b. 5-6-I94O 
m. 8-19-1961 Edda Bihrendt 



11 - 101 



Vicky Kay Marr b. 3-U-1959 [adopted] 



11 - 102 [a] Diann Lynn Marr b. 3-15-1962 
11 - 103 [a] Danny Joe Marr b. 8-8-1965 

[ as above ] 

10 - 76 [a] MARY SUE JURR [twin to Marion] b. 5-6-I94O 
m. 6-8-1957 Bobby Ray Fisher b. 7-I-I940 
11 - 104 [a] Debbie Sue Fisher b. 12-7-1957 
11 - 105 [a] Vicky Jean Fisher b. 2-23-1959 
11 - 106 [a] Robin Roy Fisher b. 10-2-1961 

[ as above ] 
10 - 77 [a] JOHN ESTIL IvIARR b. 2-9-1942 

m. 2-21-1964 Sue Yvonne Case b. 3-3-I947 
11 - 107 [a] John Alan Marr b. 9-27-1964 

9-55 Albert Ewing Marr 
[Wm. , Phil. ,Wm.Sr.,Wm. Jr., John B., Thomas, Mary, Nancy F. Stout ] 

10 - 78 [a] OWEN FRANCIS MARR b. 8-21-1936 

m. 5-2-1957 Betty Vickers b. 3-23-1940 



11 - 108 r 

11 - 109 
11 - 110 



a 



Timmie Lee Marr b. 10-29-1957 
Connie Sue Marr b. 12-21-1953 
>] Danny Ray Marr b. 2-17-195B 

9-65 Minnie Stout [Mifflin] 
[Wm. , Phil. ,'Wm.Sr. ,Wm. Jr. , John B. , Thomas, Mary, Nancy F. Stout] 

10 - 67 ETHEL MARIE MIFFLIN b. 3-6-1929 

m. 6-5-1949 Filmore Jones b. 1-7-1929 
11 - 88 Larry Dean Jones b. 11-1-1954 
11 - 89 Beverly Jean Jones b. 9-20-1956 

9-66 Alma Jeanette Stout [Mifflin] 
[Wm. , Phil. ,Wm.Sr. ,Wm. Jr., John B., Thomas, Mary, Nancy F. Stout ] 
10 - 70 iviARION LEWIS MIFFLIN 
m. Maradi Hedges 
11-90 David Mifflin 
11 - 91 Daniel Mifflin 

9-67 Nellie Francis Stout [Phillips] 
[Wm. , Phil. ,Wm.Gr.,Wm. Jr., John B., Thomas, Mary, Nancy F. Stout ] 
10 - 72 FRANCES LA VERNE PHILLIPS 
m. Ralph Ray and div. 
11 - 92 Dale Ray 
11 - 93 Janice Ray 
11 - 94 Michael Ray 

[ as above ] 

10-75 LE ROY HAYES PHILLIPS 
m. Phyllis KcGirl 
11 - 95 Donna Phillips 
11 - 96 John Phillips 

Records added after the book was put together and numbered are added 
on this and page 135 with the designation [a] after their number, to 
set them apart from another of the same number. This page added will 

be designated as [aI 

135 [A] 



9-63 V.'illiam Emmett Stout 
[VJm!I,Fhilt',Wm.3r.,Wm.Jr'^,John B^', T ho s'::', Mary, Francis M. Stout ] 

10 - 76 BILLY lilEr^E CTO'JT b. 3-2-1933 

m.[l] 8-17-1955 Edward Leon Underwood b. 1-2-1937 <i. 2-17-1960 

m.[2] 3-18-1966 Lloyd vern miller t. 2-7-1925 

11 - 97 Linda Kay Underwood b. 7-20-1956 

11 - 98 Randy Lee Underwood b. 7-6-1953 d. 10-20-1958 

11 - 99 Edward Leon Underwood Jr. b. 3-26-1960 

[ as above ] 

10 - 71 RUTH LYNN STOUT b. 7-28-1941 

m. 3-6-1965 Russell Lee Stone b. 2-19-1942 
11 - 100 Joyce Elaine Stone b. I-IO-I969 

[ as above ] 

10 - 78 IflLLIAM EI.irffiTT STOUT Jr. b. 9-27-1948 

m. 5-20-1967 Nancy Rose Bales b. 11-22-1949 
11 - 101 Melissa Jane Stout u. I-28-I969 

9-75 Ophelia Helterbrand [Haskell] 

'''^^/.56 78 

[V.'m^ ,Philt,Wm.Sr;',Wm.Jr. ,John B., Daniel, V.'m. Henry, Palbia ] 

10 - 81 BETTY J:.NE H-'.SKELL b. 7-3-1938 Mo. 
m. Harlan Osborn 
11 - 102 Sherry Jane Osborn b. 10-25-1966 

9-77 Ferry V.'illiam Cecil 

i^^'"s6 7 8 

[V.'m. ,Philt",V;m.£r'i',K'm.Jr?, John B., Daniel, V.'m. Henry , Grover Clifton ] 

10 - 82 BETTY JO.^NN CECIL b. 7-21-1943 Mo. 
m. 3-5-I964 John V.'ayne Cully 
11 - 103 Landa Jolene Cully b. 9-27-1965 

9-30 Frances Zelma Surbaugh [Johanns] 

[V/m. ,Phil. ,V;m.Sr. ,Iiim.Jr?,John B. ^Daniel, V.'m. HenryJGertrude J 

10 — 06 FiiTRICI.. JCiL-iNNEG b. 

m. Crawford 

±± — ±'u^. ivxcuaxa ui'dirt/xoid 

±L — -LUj* <J iiK^yridi. O J? CL KM X o -i. ' J. 

11 - 106 Terry Crawford 
11 - 107 Julia Crawford 
11 - 108 Rita Lynn Crawford 

9 - 31 V.'ilma Cecil [Bell ] 
■lo-'/i s6 7 8 

[v.'m.! ,Philt',V;m.Srf ,VJm.Jr. , John B., Daniel, Wm.Henry,Herbert B.] 

10 — u/ VjILi'iii. u ExiK SELL b. 0— ^lv^— ±94'+ 
m. 4-1 6-1 960 Robert Ross 
11 - 109 Marsha Ross b. 3-4-1961 
11 - 110 Sherry Ross b. 4-6-1962 
11 - 111 Michael Ross b. 8-6-I966 
11 - 112 Lisa Ross b. S-S-I969 

[ as above ] 

10 - 88 D.;VID EUGENE BELL b. 2-2-1946 
m. 7-12-1969 to Cheryl Bilucia 
11 - 113 Robert Eugene b. 6-3-1970 

136 



t 



9-32 :.:axinc- Cecil[3tahl] 
[V<m. ,Philt,V.'m.£rf,Wm.or.7John B.^anicl, V.m.Htnrylnerbert BVj 

10 - 90 DOrnJA MrJ:iNE ST/JIL b. 10-9-1944 
m. 4-16-1960 Larry Gallagher 
11 - 114 Patrick Scott Gallaehfcr b. 1-31-1963 

9-34 V.'alene Cecil [Baird] 

12"' ^"-fi 7 ^ 

[Vim.,Phil.,Wm.3r:',Vifm.Jr.7John B:*, Daniel, Wm. Henry jilerbert B. ] 

10 - 9- c.'jiYLCN PER?: s;.inE b. 4-16-1943 

m. 11-22-1964 William Douglas Spring 

11 - 115 Shelia Spring b. 7-30-1966 

11 - 116 Shannon Douglas Spring b. 9-26-I969 d. 9-23-1969 

[ as above ] 

10 - 93 BOBBY DE:.N BAIRD b. 4-I3-I947 

m. 11-28-1969 Glenda Chief b. 8-5-1948 Glenda a Navajo Indism. 
11 - 117 lt;>-an Chiof Baird b. 7-l>1969. Adopted by Bobby Baird. 

9 - 93 Inez Lucille Murph;y [Downer] 

i'"> "i/ rT"^ 7ft 

[V.'m. ,Philt",Wm. jSrii'/.^ni.JrTiJohn B;, Daniel, Phebe Jane, Maude ] 

10 - 102 LEO V.'AYNE DOUNER b. 2-4-1933 Appleton City Mo. 

m. Shirley Jano Tackett b. 7-25-1933 Exc. Spgs. J-'o. 

11 - 110 Vickie Lee- Downer b. 10-17-1955 K.C. Mo. 

11 - 111 Robert V.'ayne b. 7-29-1956 d. 7-30-1956 

11 - 112 Rita Marie Dov/iicr b. 9-17-19^7 Irnlept-ndencc.Mo. 

11 - 113 Linda Kay Downer b. 9-30-1959 Independence. 

11 - 114 Connie Sue Dovmer b. IO-IO-I963 Exc. SpRS. Mo. 

11 - 115 Jane Ann Downer b. 1-2-1970 K.C. Mo. 

9-99 Lois Goal Murphy [Kief or] 
^o-.' T 67 8 
[Urn. ,Philt,Vjm.Srf, Wm.Jr':, John i)., Daniel, Phebej Maude. ] 

10 - 104 RCl.V.LD KIEFER b. 8-12-1945 
m. 1967 Charlene Thomas 
11 - 118 Michelle Kiefer b. 5-31-1963 
11 - 119 Pammy Kiefer b. 6-3-1969 

9 - 104 :Jaomi N. Ewing [Budd] 

[v:m], Phil?, Wm.Srf,V,'m.Jrl, John B^, Daniel^Nancy, Chas. Ewing] 

10 - 105 ',:;a;d;. lee budd b. a. 1967 

rcu David Sclmltii- 

11 - 120 Charles Schultz 

11 - 121 Ronald Schultz 

11 - 122 Ricky Schultz 

9 - 106 Cle:n V. Ewing 

[Wm], Phil?, Vim.Srf.V.'m.Jr?, John B^, Daniel, Hancy,' Chas. Ewing ] 

10 - 112 v.:ater n. ewing b. 8-24-1926 

11 - 123 David Wayne Ewing b. 10-18-1958 
11 - 124 Jean .inn Ewing b. 2-26-1960 



137 



9 - 107 Edna Ewing [Sasecke ] 

'' ^ ^ d 3 6 7 8n 

[ Wm^ ,Phil. jWm.Sr. ,i.'ni.Jr.7John B., Daniel, Nancy, Finis Evdng J 

10 - 113 F-'.TTY KCSE BAGECKE b. 1929 
m. 1947 Calvin Johnson 

11 - 125 Scott Johnson b. 19^0 m. Donna Stevens. Div. Had Vanessa b.l970 
11 - 126 David Johnson b. 1953 
11 - 127 Lester Johnson b. 1957 
11 - 128 Caroline Johnson b. I96O 
11 - 129 Marlena Johnson 
11 - 130 Michelle Johnson b. I967 

[ as above ] 

10 - 114 KUDI B...3ECKE b. 1931 Rogers Ark. 
m. 1953 Loretta Neil b. 1931 
11 - 131 Deborah Basecke b. 1953 
11 - 132 Mark Basecke b. 1956 
11 - 133 Jefferj^ Basecke b. I958 
11 - 134 Christine Basecke b. 1959 

9 - 109 Geo. Russell Ewing 

[ VJmJ, Phil?, V/m.Sr^,Wm.Jr4, John B?, Daniel? NancyJ Pinis Ewing^] 

10 - 116 IJINA FLORENCE EV.'ING b. 1935 uuntsville, ..rk. 
m. 1955 Jerry Lee Phillips 
11 - 135 Jane Elizabeth Phillips b. I956 
11 - 136 Kelley Phillips b. 1959 

[ as above ] 

10 - 117 EDI..Jffi ELI EI;II;G b. 1933 Uuntsville .^rk. 
m. 1958 Phyllis Campbell 
11 - 137 Gina Ewing 'b. I96I 
11 - 133 Brian Ewing b. 1952 

[ as above ] 

10 - 113 THOr.LVD RUSSELL EV.'ING b. I94I Uuntsville, Ark 
m. i960 Ellen >;ooldriage -j 
11 - 139 Deborah Ewing. b. I96I 
11 - 140 Steven Ewing b. I964 

9-110 Robert Harris Ewing 

"'^"■.'"67 8 

[V.'m^ ,Philt,V;m. Sri", Vim. Jr?, John B:', Daniel, Nancy, Finis Ewing ] 

10 - 119 BUDDY H.;RRI3 El.'ING b. 5-1-1945 Springfield, Mo. 

m. 6-I9-I965 Ruth Ann Shoemaker b. 8-12-1946 3t. Joe, Mo. 
11 - 141 Timotlxy Harris Ewing b. I-I9-I966 

9 - 111 Betty Jo Ewing [Sharp] 

[WmJ ,Philt,V.'m. Sri ,V,'m.JrT, John B., Daniel, Uancy, Finis Ewing ] 

10 - 120 JOHN ;.LDEN SHJJiP b. 9-14-1947 Cedar Co. Mo. 

m. Linda and div. 

11 - 142 Carrie Sue Sharp b. 7-9-I968 

9 - 112 Scott Jvdkinson Hoskinson 

[V:rn^ ,Phil^,Vvm.Sr. ,V/m.Jr'7,JohnB?, Daniel, Nancy, Mary Ewing ] 

iU — icij) oluvi.T. x-ui.s^ rnJoxvii'ioljii o. A-Kj—^—xyjj. 

m. Northcut 

11- 143 Catherine Northcut b. 1-21-1952 
11- 144 Pamelia Northcut b. 1-17-1954 

133 



Sylvia Hoskinson IJorthcut is a computor operator for the Statu Hv<y. Patml 
in Juneau, ..laska. Ilcr addrces, lit. 1 Lx. U36, Juneau, ..laska. 99SOI 

9 - 112 3cott .idkinson Hoakinoon 

[V.m. ,Philt,V.m.3rf,'..m.Jr7,John B. ,Danicl,2IancyjMary®] 

10 - 124 V.ILLIAM C. II03KIX0:; b. 2-2-1933 
m. ll-23-19;4 Gertrude Stcnc 
11 - 145 ocott Hoskinson t. 6-ll-19>5 
11 - 146 Mark Hoskinson b. 9-7-1956 
11 - 147 Brett Hoskinson b. 4-17-1959 
11 - 148 Lisa Hoskinson b. 9-29-I96I 

William 3. Hoskinson is a M.D., a specialist in Gyn. & Obstetrics, and is the 
brain surgeon at Garb er son Clinic, Mile City, Montana 

[ as above ] 

10 - 125 TilOVu.Z F. H03KIIJGCI; b. 3-3O-I936 
m. 3-17-19^;;;, Roberta Brownlee 
11 - 149 Debra Elaine Hoskinson b. 9-7-I93;; 
11 - 130 Drane Thomas Hoskinson b. 10-4-1937 
11 - 151 Timothy Craig Hoskinson b. 12-13-1959 
11 - 132 Richard Neal Hoskinson b. 12-3-1962 
11 - 133 Kobert Fraiuclin uotikiuson b. I-29-I968 

Thomas 3. lioskinson is a Chief in the u.3. Navy, atatioued at Bremerton, Wash. 

9-113 Levi Ira Evans 

[V.tnj ,Philt',V/m.Sr. ,Wm.Jr?,John B;,Deihiel, Columbus A. Haidee ] 

10 - 128 GLORI-. FERN EV;.NS b. 7-3-1946 
m. Roy Malo ney 
11 - 134 3tacy Loreen I'laloney 

9 - 113 Bethel .'^dams [Jones] 

[l-jm. ,Philt",Wra.Srf,V.m.Jr?,John B^, Daniel, Louisa,Edna Smaltz] 

10 - 137 LOVIT.. XJjT JONLIC b. S-24-1927 Anadarko, Okla. 
m. ;!• .■1946 Clarence E. Price Jr. 
11 - ■■['0 Claudia Jo Price b. 11-22-1947 
11 - 136 Clarence IVillian Price b. 7-5-1932 

9-126 Henry Le' 3urbaugh 

-1 '^ T • ^ 7 R 

[Wm. ,Philf .V'-i.Cr. jWm.JrV.John B:', Daniel, Louisa,' koxie ] 

±0 — ±4-1- I't-lUXijiH ^uki, . 

m. 9-11-1959 Ic.vid Clark Smith b. 11-3-1938 
11 - 157 Sco-.t David Smith b. 11-1-1962 
11 - 133 Douglas Lee Srnith b. IO-2-I965 

[ as above 1 

10 - 142 FREDEiaCK LEE GUItiSAUGH b. 12-1-1940 

m. 9-8-1962 Carole Irene Ware b. 12-11-1941 
11 - 159 Mar!'- F'^ederick Surbaugh b. 9-12-1966 
11 - 160 Jeffj-.y Scott Surbaugh b. 5-3-1968 



139 



9 - 127 Virginia Ruth 3urbaugh [Sullivan] 
[Wm. jPhil^, 'urn. 3r;',V:m.Jr7, John B:', Daniel, Louisa, Roxie ] 

10 - i4h v:i:.li..,>i h.^rrison sulliv.jj b. 12-1-1940 

m. 8-3-1963 i'lary Elaine Grant b. 10-21-1942 
11 - 161 Shelby Elaine Sullivan b. 3-1-196S 

9 - 130 Elsie Gretell Cecil [Shanks S Stephens] 

[V/m^ ,Fhilt,Nm.Sr;',V;ni.Jr'.'',John Bt'j.indrew J., Daniel VJ. Francis Ll';;'] 

10 - 145 j;j.IES CECIL SIL'JKS b. 7-30-1920 I-Io. 

m. 9-2-1947 Kary Ruth [iMcQuitty] Raker [widow] 

11 - 162 [stepson] Richard V.'ayne Raker b. 9-4-1943 

m. 6-5-I96I Famelo Jo Erwin 

12-4 Jodi Elizabeth Raker b. 6-17-1970 
11 - 163 Edgar Cecil Shanks b. 7-4-1943 
m. I2-I-I968 Dee .mne Tackett 

12- 5 Julie :^nne b. 6-14-19^9 

James Cecil Shanks is a dental-surgeon at Warrensburg, Mo. where the family lives. 
He is much interested in family history and has been president of the Cecil family 
reunion for three years. 

9 - 141 Lucille Irene Bratton [Overstreet] 
-io->''u 67 3-1 

[Wm. ,Philt,V;m.Sri',Wm.Jr'7,John B:', .Andrew J. ,Sally,Hufus BrattorlJ 

10 - 153 TuJiYBEL C;.TrL;R;.IJ overstreet "Kay" b. 10-9-1930 K.C. Mo. 
m.[l] James Rowland Hubbard a,nd div. 
m.[2] 4-27-1958 Willie M. Curlee. 
11 - 164 Mary Kathleen Hubbard b. 3-3-1951 Austin, Tex. 

m. II-5-I969 John Zebulon Goforth 

12-6 Cathy Goforth b. Aug. 1970 

^'Kt-j" Overstreet Curley is very active in the field of genealogy- and is an 

excellent researcher in both field work and in primary records. She has 

provided Brattain [Bratton] records in another part of this book, and some 

primary N.C. Cecil recoi-ds. u'e gratefully acknovvlcdge this help. 

9 - 142 Richard Raymond Peace 

' <^ 6 7 

P .. 1 ^, . T 2 .. , 3V.m.jr.7<John B^, Elizabeth, Rich'd Pope„ .8-1 

L ''"!•. ^^^i^-»-m.-r.p^^^-^^p^2am'l, Chas. Wesley, Ellen Rosa^'^'^^^'' J 

10 - 154 ricil;plD r;.ynoijd pe;iCE jr. b. 6-21-1924 n.c. 

In. 11— 4— 19'i-9 Betty Jean Voss b, 2— 7— 192^1 

11 - 165 Elizabeth Voss Peace "Betsy" b. 12-20-1955 

11 - 166 Laura Jean Peace b. 4-22-1959 

11 - 167 Richard Ra;y-mond Peace III b. 5-2-1960 



9 - 144 -'ithal Ashburn Peace 



r,., 1 „, . ^ 2 ,, ,^3 Km. J rV, John B., Elizabeth, Rich'd Pope ^ 
'- ' ' 'Phillip, oam'ljChas.hesley, Ellen Rosa 



essie 



1 



m. 9-21-1957 Carolyn ."mn Barrow b. 9-23-1939 
11 - 168 Tamara Jean Peace b. 1-10-1959 
11 - 169 Jeffrey :.llen Peace b. 9-22-1961 



140 



9 - 147 Mildred Ellon Pope- [Driggs] 

rT.-^l r,,.-,2 , ^3 l,m.Jr':,John "Qi Elizabeth, Hich'd Pope' r, ,. ?t 
[,.m.,rhi.....m..r.,p^.^^^ S.m'l, Q^^zM.Bl^y, Ellon Ko8a'^h^«-^-P°P^3 

10 - 160 BOBBY GEinL 3UIGGo b. 1-19-1937 

IT.. 10-29-19^7 Yvonne Taruc owing t. 7-13-1939 
11 - 170 Toyna DeVon i3riggs b. 2-10-1959 
11 - 171 Terry Waynt Briggs b. II-3O-196I 
11 - 172 Tomrr^ Dale Briggs b. 3-7-1963 

[ as above ] 

10 - 162 li.JDE DAYTON BRIGGS Jr. b. 11-21-1943 

m. 4-29-19ti6 Cynthia Jane Carroll b. 8-23-1947 
11 - 175 Brett Dayton Briggs b. 5-5-1969 

9-138 Clifford Eugene McKinney 

[Wm], Phil?, Wm.Srf.Wm.JrV, John B:',Rich'd I. Delphina] Delia ] 

10 - 190 QILLIAM DEAN McKIN^.TilY b. 1-27-1933 

m. 12-16-1961 Ft. Campbell, Ky to Jeraldine Shortborn b. 10-10-' 37 

at Hopkinsville, Kentucky'. 

11 - 176 Kathryn Janene McXinney b. IO-IO-I962 Ft. Campbell, Ky. 

[ as above ] 

10 - 191 JOHN ROGER McKIOTJEY b. 4-12-1940 ..marillo, Tex. 

m. 1964 at Dallas Tcx. to Caroline Kerr Smith b. 7-26-1944 Detroit, 

Michigan. 
11 - 177 Shannon Lynn McKinney b. 5-12-1967 Denver, Colo. 
11 - 178 Melissa .Inn McKinney b. 9-9-1969 Dallas, Tex. 

9 - 139 Frances Keola McKinney [Becley] 

1'^"''' ■" 6 78 

[Wm. ,Philt',i'vm.5r:f,V.m.Jr?,John B^ Hich'd I.,Delphina, Delia ] 

10 - 192 ELLEN I.L"JCINE BEELEY b. 12-19-1924 Uichita, Kansas 

m. 4-I-I944 Calvin J. Emerson b. 3-2-1925 Coldwater, Kansas 
11 - 179 Timothy Kent Emerson b. 3-10-1946 

m. I-IO-I96S Judith LaUay Thorpe b. 3-10-1946 Johnson, Kansas 
12-7 Deborah Coll.=tte Emerson b. 2-17-1970 

11 - 130 Theodore Koss Emerson b. 12-23-1932 Pratt, Kansas 

[ as above 1 

10 - 193 ROSS PORTL-uffl BEELEY "Jack" b. 3-27-1926 Coldwater, Kansas 
and d. 4-3O-I964. Buried at Coldwater, Kansas 
m. 12-3-1944 Betty Jean Betzer b. 4-26-1926 
11 - 181 Ronald Lynn Beeley b. 7-3-1943 Coldwater, Kansas 

r,i. 12-22-1968 Sharon Lue Cobb b. 10-22-1946 Garden City 
i\.ansas 

12-8 ;.ngela Lynn b. 8-25-1970 
11 - 182 Ellen Frances Beeley' b. 6-25-1949 

m. 1-24-1970 V/illiam Buiidj." b. 2-3-1947 

9 - 161 Milton Portland McKinney 

[VJm], Phil?, Km. 3rf,Wm.Jr?, John B^.Ric'd l'::',Delphina, Delia ] 

10 - 195 VIRGINI-. FERRIN McKINNEY b. 3-9-1935 Kansas 

m. 10-20-1954 at K.C. Mo. to Robert Little b. 11-18-1932 
11 - 183 Kieth Benson Little b. 6-28-1964 K. C. Mo. 

141 



9 - 163 Forrest Marion Poster 

1 '^ "^ ' ~ 6 7 8- 

[Vlm. ,Philt,Wm.Sr:,Wm.Jr7,John B:',Kich'd I.,Delphina, V;anda M. '; 

10 - 197 TEKRY ALONZO POSTER b. 3-3-1945 

m. 2-23-I967 Joyce Virginia Aim b. 11-3-1948 Divorced 
11 - 134 Terry ..lon^o Poster Jr. b. 10-4-196? 

9 - 164 Lucille Elva Poster [Odland] 
-100-5 6 7 8t 
[VimJ , Phil?, Vjm.3r:',V.m.Jr'7, John B.,Rich'd I.,Dclphina, V.'anda J 

10 - 19s EL;.iinii vELv;. oDLi^rc b. ii-3-1932 

;,-.. 3-30-1957 Joseph :Jeil Cain b. 11-29-1931 
11 - 185 David Neil Cain b. 11-6-1957 
11 - 156 .imanda Elaine Cain b. 9-17-1959 
11 - 187 Jennifer Lyriii Cain b. 7-21-196? 

[ as above ] 

10 - 199 G^IE ELVA ODLAIC b. 6-15-1936 

m.[l] 9-12-1953 Burl Fain Div. 

n-,.[2] 4-20-1957 Victor M. Zweber Div. 

11 - 188 Stephen Burl Pain b. 5-13-1954 

11 - 189 Catherine Lucille Zweber b. 12-23-195? 

11 - 190 Karen Gaye Zweber b. 4-15-1960 

[ as above ] 

10 - 200 LYKT VIRGIL CDL;JJD b. 3-25-1939 

11 - 191 r^rny Lynn Odland b. 7-12-1960 
11 - 192 Carrie Leo Odland b. 2-23-1966 

11 — 193 Paul ThoiTias Odland b. 6—7—19'-'^ 

9 - 165 Velva Marie Foster [Odland] 

1 2 ^ " ~ 6 7 8 

[l.'m. ,Philt,'Wm.Sr;;',V.'m.JrT,John B:^,Rich'd I.,Delphina, ivanda M. ] 

10 - 201 GENE LLOYD ODLJJJD b. 9-23-1936 

ni. 2-25-1956 Marilyn Amick b. 2-25,-193? 

11 - 154 Jeffry Jan Odland b. 1-22-1953 

11 - 13:, Kelly Ann Odland b. I-I5-I96I 

11 - 196 Gena Beth Odland b. 3-24-1964 

11 - 197 Jane Brenda Odland [twin to Gena ] 

[ as above ] 

10 - 202 j:j! foster odl;.m) b. 9-10-193? 

m. 10-10-1953 Carolyn Merrill b. 1-10-193? 
11 - 198 Michelle Lynn Odland b. 4-11-196? 

9 - 166 Gay Christa Foster [Ogren] 

[V.mj ,Philf jV.m.Srf jKm.Jr'.'jJohn B^'.Rich'd I. jDeiphina,' V/anda M. ] 

10 - 204 c;.rl i.tervin ogreii b. 9-11-1941 

m. 9-21-1963 Maureen ..nn Stine b. 9-23-1943 
11 - 199 Danelle Marie Ogren b. /,-19-1965 
11 - 200 Christa /jin Ogren b. 4-IO-I968 

[_ as above J 
10 - 205 CAROL OLIVIA OGREN b. 10-24-1943 

m. 11-21-1964 Leon Wallace Jones b. 7-8-1941 
11 - 201 Tracy Linn Jones b. 6-I9-I968 

142 



9 - 169 Goraldiric V.. Poster [Cutlor] 
[V.mJ, Phil':, Wm.3r.,Km.Jr7, John BC'.Rich'd LiDclphinaJ Kanda 1 

10 - 213 DEjJ^N.; lee CUTLEii b. 6-24-I946 

m. 2-I7-I967 Gary Doan Junso b. o-c^-i^.;^ 
11 - 202 Uobert DccJi Junso b. Z-j-l)Cl 

9 - 320 Lindsay Weaver 

[Wm^Philt,Wm.3r.,Philt,3am'l? Hich'd I., Sar-ihJ I.-wis •.;,-.iv.t®] 

10 - 356 D0HI3 KE.-.VEli 

m. Vv'. E. Haisley 

11 - 2C3 Lindsay VJeaver 

[ as above ] 

10 - 357 -UroRE WEAVER 

m. Mildred Thomas 
11 — 20h Fattio 

9 - 322 Mary R. Weaver [Cox] 

[Km. ,Philt,Wm.3rf ,Phil.,3am'l^ Kich'd I., Sarah, Lewis heaver ] 

10 - 360 m-JlY ciu'xV;fokd cox 

m. J. F. Faircy 

11 - 20:3 Kay Fairey 

11 - 206 Kelly Fairey 

[ as above ] 

10 - 361 J03EFIIINE COX 
m. 01 in Watson 
11 - 207 Glen Watson 
11 - 203 Ousan Watson 

9 - 343 Mabel Cecil [Conrad] 

[Urn], Philt'.Wm.Sr^, Phil?, Sam'l^ Rich'd I., Sam'l lI, Henry L": ] 

10 - 366 iLJiCY je:j: conilu^ 

m. Charles Douglas Gosnell 
11 - 209 Paul Gosncll 
11 - 210 Ilelbii Gosncll 

9 - 343 Cecil Eanes 
>i o ■> <] ", f. 7 3 

[lim.,Phii:,Wm.Sr., Phil., Sam'l, Hich'd I., Sam'l Ll Rebecca ] 



J 1 -L 


CIIjCIL ij.iiiijo oP. 




m. Thfclma 


Bullock 




11 - 211 


Linda Eanes 




11 - 212 


Scott Eanes 




11 - 213 


-•^.Ibert Eanes 




11 - 214 


David Eanes 
[ a 


-1 ^0 




EG 



[ as above ] 

10 

m. Katherine Fcsperman 
11 - 215 Kim Eanes 
11 - eio Cam Earns 



143 



9 - 343 Cecil Eanes 

[Wm. jPhiltjV.'m.Sr, ,Fhil. ,3am'l, Kich'd I., oam'l L. , Rebecca ] 

10 - 373 '..ILLIAM E.^:ED 

M. Pauline Ribbett 

11 - 217 Thomas Eanes 

11 - 213 Terry Jane Eanes 

9 - 351 Kathryn Eanes [Polluck] 
t n -\ /] A 67 8 

[Wm^ ,Phil^,V.'m.3r; , Phil. VSam'l, Kich'd I., Safn'l L., Rebecca ] 

10 - 375 BECKY POLLUCK 

m. Donald Surratt 

11 - 219 Kathy ourratt 

11 - 220 Nancy Surratt 

9 _ 337 Doris Poole [Brooks] 

[l-.'m.',Philt,i;m.3r.,Phil^,Sam'l? Rich'd I., Sam'l L.', Maggie ] 

10 - 338 TIILTvGTON BR00K3 Jr. 
m. Rosemary Furcell 
11 - 221 Thurston Brooks III 
11 - 222 Thomas Brooks 
11 - 223 Robert Brooks 

9-359 V.' alter W. Poole Jr. 

A ^ 'i /i V C. "7 G 

[Wm:,Philt",Wm.5r.,Phil7,Sam'l;^ Kich'd II, Sam'l L.', Maggie ] 

10 - 390 JE;JJ r.LJilLYN POOLE 
m. Fred Harrelson 
11 - 224 Richard Harrelson 
11 - 225 3usan Jean Harrelson 



[ as above ] 



10 - 391 PATRICI.'x -Ufi'I POOLE 
m. Killiam Grouse 
11 - 226 William Grouse Jr. 
11 - 227 Terri .'mn Grouse 
11 - 223 Walter \l. Grouse 



9 - 374 Delphina M. Sink [Rose] 
[l-.'m] ,Phil^,Wm. Sr^, Phil";, 3am' l;' Rich'd I., David KingJ Mary ] 



10 - 396 E;jfL ROSE Jr. 

iTi. Jose iiedrick 
11 - 229 Earl Rose III 
11 - 230 Rodney Rose 
11 - 231 David Rose 



10 - 397 ROBERT ROSE 

m. "Billie" Rogers 
11 - 232 Lynn Rose 
11 — 233 Tracy Rose 



[ as above ] 



9 - 375 John David Sink 
[Km. jPhiirjWm.SrfjPhiltTjSam'l? Rich'd I?, David King,' Mary ] 
10 - 399 JANE KIIQCSEY SINK [cont. next page] 

144 



10 - 399 J^'JJE KIldCSEY SlinC 

m. Joseph St. John 

11 - 234 Lincoln 3t. John 

11 - 233 .i-nna. Zt, John 

9 - 2>1j John David Dink 

['.;m.,Philf,Wm.3rf,Phil':,3am'l?Hich'd I?, David KinpJ Mary®] 

10 - 400 H.'JiRIET LA P..GE SllfiC 
m. Jonathan Hayes 
11 - 236 Eavid Hayes 

9 - 376 Itobert F. Sink 

[Wm^Philt',V.'m.3r^,Phil^,3am'l? Rich'd I?, David KingJ Mary®] 

10 - 401 r.'uj{Y..MEiivi.\' sirnc 

iTi. iOrn Two hey 

11 - 237 Helen Twohey 

11 - 238 Patricia Twohey 

11 - 239 Charles Twohey 

[ as above ] 

10 - 402 I.LIHGARET MOYER 3IIHC 
m. VJilliam Swanson 
11 - 240 Robert Swanson 
11 - 241 Gujr- Swanson 

[ as above ] 

10 - 403 liomu F. sii\ic 

m. James Heavis 

11 - 242 James Keavis III 

11 - 243 Jason Coo Keavis 

9 - 37& Joseph Stanford Sink 

[ V:m],Philt,Wm.3rf,Philt,Sam'l^ Rich'dM., David KingJ Mary ] 

10 - 403 JOSEPH ST;.NP0RD SIIIK Jr. 
m. Libby Coltrane 
11 - 244 ^'^nn Sink 



[ as above ] 



10 — 406 



m. Connie 

11 - 241; Robert Sink 

XX — ^^.b A.xlliOcrx^ .jXilf.. 



9 - 383 Margaret Jane Cecil [Howell] 
[ Wm],Philt,V;m.Sri', Phil. isam'l, ^Rich'd I., David King,' Jos.K. ] 



10 - 426 EMORY LOUIS HOViELL Jr. 
m. Dianne Turner 
11 - 247 Emory Louis Howell III 



145 



9 - 406 Madge Virginia Kennedy [Deaton & Gordon] 

[VJm. , Phil. ,V;m.3r. jFhil. ,3am' 1, Chas.V.'esley, Rebecca P. Everett] 

10 - 450 FREDERICK HUGH DEATWJ b. 3-11-1935 
m. Donna Brown 

11 - 248 Phillip Deaton b. IO-2I-I963 
11 - 249 Jennifer Deaton b. II-6-I965 

[ as above ] 

10 - 451 MICKIE MOVITA GOIiDON b, 1-22-1939 
m. 6-4-I964 Dave Butler 
11 - 250 Kevin S. Butler b. 6-26-I965 

[ as above ] 

10 - 453 JOHN MICH.'>.EL GORDON b. 10-25-1943 
m. 9-I9-I962 Roberta Rudisel 
11 - 251 John Gordon Jr. b. 1-16-1303 

9 - 409 Evelyn Rebecca Kennedy [Hudson] 

[V;m. ,Philt,K'm.3r'f ,Phil?,3am'l, Chas.VJesley, Rebecca F. Everett ] 

10 - 455 KEIJIIETK .;lLEN K'JD3CN b. 6-15-1943 

m. 6-15-1963 Mildred Carolyn I.lason b. 9-23-1945 
11 - 252 Kenneth Allen Hudson Jr. b. 10-26-1966 

11 - 253 -.rriy Carol Hudson b. 6-13-1968 

9 - 414 Eulalah Nora Klass [Auman & Rule] 

[i:mJ,Phil7,Wm.3r.,PhilT,3am'l;' Chas.V.'esley, Mary L.' Lillian M.] 

10 - 469 SHIRLEY .-.NN AUI-LIN b. 10-24-1938 
m. Paul York 
11 - 254 Paul I-i. York Jr. b. 4-16-1959 

9-419 Maggie Lois Kennedy [Chappol] 

123''5 6 7 3 

[V.m. , Phil. , Vim. 3r. ,PhilT,3am'l, Chas. Wesley, Mary Lou, Ransom K ] 



iw — '-r'-'7 JJi-iJ-J-l VylirU'i ^ij 0. O— <^X — X^jO 

m. Hal Parrish 

11 - 255 John Parrish p 

11 - 256 3haron Parrish 



, i_twins] 



[ as above ] 



10 - 490 j;.GK PREG3LEY CIUJ-PEL b. 5-14-1933 d. 7-10-1969 motor cycle accident, 
m. u— 7— 19^9 Betty Jane Sugg's b, 8—21—1941 
11 - 257 Robin Lynn Chappel b. 8-4-1960 
11 - 253 Suetta Jane Chappel b. 7-31-1961 
11 - 259 Michael Albert Chappel b. 4-9-1963 

[ as above ] 

10 - 491 JEC3IE LEE CIL-JTEL b. I-6-I94O 

fiu Austin rreernaii 

11 - 260 Kent Freeman 

11 — 2ol Tamrny Freeman 

11 — 2o2 Kathy Freeman 

l_ as above I 
10 - 492 BREND.; DEANE CHAPPEL b. 4-11-1947 

m. 6-11-1966 Calvin Odell Hill b. 9-20-1947 

11 - 263 Cynthia Renee Hill b. I-2I-I966 

146 



9 - 419 Maggie Lois Kenntdy [Chappcll 
[Wm.,Philt,Wm.3ri',PhilV,Sam'i;' Chae. Wesley, i-Iary l^nlnnnBom DT] 

10 - 493 DONNA ;JTN CH;j^FEL b. >13-1949 

m. 11-12-196^ William MackDaniels b. 7-31-1946 
11 - 264 Gregory Allen Dani>.l3 b. 8-3I-I966 
11 - 265 Tyna Christine Daniels b. 

9 - 421 Jair.co Wcldon Ktnntdy 
[Wm.,Philt-,Wm.Sr;',Philf, Sam' l;'Chas. Wesley^ Mary Lou? Hanson. L? ] 

10 - 497 FLORENCE IKOGENE KENNEDY b. 8-22-1947 

m. 8-4-1962 Larry Floyd Foltz b. 6-13-1940 
11 - 266 James Larry Foltz b. 2-21-1963 
11 - 267 Wcnd;>- .Uicia Foltz b. 7-16-1963 

9 - 422 Percy Emmctt Kennedy 

[Km. ,Philt,V.m.Sr. ,Phil?,3am'l, Chas.'.veslcy, Kary Lou, Ban^omD.] 

10 - 498 B.JIBAIC L0UI3E KENNEDY b. 5-3-I950 
m. 1967 Theodore Albert Bacon 
11 - 268 Rodney ;.llen Bacon b. IO-2O-I969 

9 - 424 Pauline Eliz. Mathews [Jones] 

[Wm. ,Philt,Wm.3rf ,Phil?,5am'i;' Chas. Wesley, Mary Lou,Treva V. ] 

10 - ^,04 CILJiLEC FR.U.ICLIN JONTLS b. 3-29-1939 

m. 11-10-1962 Rcva Gail Leonard b. 6-21-1943 
11 - 269 Charles Edward Jones b. 2-27-1963 
11 - 270 Steven Marvin Jones b. 8-3-1968 

Charles Franklin Jones is a Baptist Minister and in 1963, at the time these 

records were gathered, he served in Lewiston, N.C. 

9 - 431 Melba Rce Cecil [Byerly] 

[V.'m. ,Philt,Vm.Sr;',Phil.V3am'i;' Chas.V.'esley, Hich'd P., Benj.Frcd] 

10 - 517 KENNETH COY BYERLY b. 9-23-1940 

m. 3-3-1960 Linda Payne b. 12-3-1941 
11 - 271 Kaye Byerly b. 2-22-1961 

9 - 469 Ethel Catherine Glascoe [Williams] 

[l\m. ,Philt,V:m. ,3r;i',Phil?,Sam'l;' Chas. Wesley Sylvia S.' Martha ] 

10 - 339 BOBBY RIGDCN V.'ILLI.u.IS b. 9-10-1942 

m. 6-28-1963 Dorothy Mac Lovett b. 3-3-1943 
11 - 272 Donald Roy Williams b. 3-7-1964 
11 - 273 Roger Dennis V.'illiarr.s b. 7-27-1968 

[ as above ] 

10 - 340 PEGGY MAIHE WILLIAMS b. 10-29-1944 

m. 11-19-1963 Marvin Franklin Kilkins b. 3-19-1946 
11 - 274 Conessa Lynn Kilkins b. 12-31-1966 



147 



10 - 



;>M--i- 



9 - L,i^ Ethel Catherine Glascoe [V.'illiams] 

I'^^'o S ' 1 8 

[i:m. ,Philt,Vjm.3r:',PhilV,Sam'l, Chas.ViSsley, Lylvia 3. Martha] 

Dx.LE FIL'J.'KLIIJ VJILLI-xI'i: fc. 7-2^-1946 
m. 9_i7_i963 :.lvia Sue Craddock b. 7-3-1943 
11 - 275 James Darren Viiilliams b. 2-9-1966 
11 - 276 Tracy .-sm Williams b. 6-10-1963 

.73 Vv'alter Linville Johnson 



I 



9 - 



10 - 555 



[VJmJ ,Phil^,Wm.3rf ,PhilT,Sam'l, Chas. Wesley, Sylvia, Bessie Lou ] 

FPuJICES G:.YLE JOHNSON b. 1-23-1942 

m. 2-2-I963 Earl V.ayne VJashburn 

11 - 277 Kimberly .^nn V.'ashburn b. 8-2 1-1 964 

[ as above ] 

10 - 556 L;J;RY ROGER JOILNSGN b. 2-10-1945 

m. 9-I-I966 Anne Emily Norwood b. 5-23-1944 

11 - 273 Jeffry Johnson b. 1-3-1969 

11 - 279 Larry Scott Johnson [twin to Jeffry ] 



9 - 477 Albert Ernest Johnson 



10 - 56^ 



10 



571 



10 - 574 



10 - 578 



10 - 580 



10 - 582 



[Km. ,Philt,V.m.3r"i',Phil'7,3am'lv' Chas. Wesley, Sylvia,' Bessie Lou ] 

BRUCE EDWARD JOHNSON b. 7-11-1949 

m. IO-I-I966 Joyce Ann Henderson b, 5-15-1950 

11 - 2SO rlia Dawn Johnson b. 7-15-1967 

9 - 4SI Janic Jewel Craven [Sink ] 

-I ^ -. • r 67 8 

[Wm^ ,Philt,V;m.Sr;',Phil'r,Sam' i;* Chas.lv'eslcy, Sylvia, Julius Craven] 

N;JJCY JE..N SIM b. 5-8-1944 

m. 6-I4-I963 Herman Leroy Hedgecock b. 1-11-1944 

11 - 23l Cynthia Dawn Hedgecock b. 8-4-1969 

9 - 482 Fred Lee Johnson 
" '^ "K '' ~ 67 8 

[VJmj ,Philt,V,m.Sr; jihilTjSam'l:;' Chas.l-.'esloy, Sylvia, Ina Craven] 

&l;rg;xRet ellen johnson b. 2-19-1946 

m'. 9-3-1965 Berihy Lee Hilton b. I-IO-I946 

11 - 282 Eric Christopher Hilton b. 3-27-1963 

^ 9 - 485 Ai;'nold Linvillc_Craven ^ , 

[Km,! ,Philt,V.'m.Sr'i',Fhil7,Sam' 1, Chas.l.'esley, Sylvia, Raymond Craven] 

konald linville cr.;ven b. 8-10-1943 

m. 2-3-1962 Joyce Gail Glascoe b. 9-I6-I945 
11 - 283 Jeffrey Kayne Crai^en b. 9-II-I962 

[ as above ] 

G;.RY WAYNE CIUVEN b. 11-22-1946 

m. Karen Sheppherd 

11 — 284 Jtiinifer Lynn Craven b. Sept 19e>o 

9 - 486 James Ralph Craven 

[W'm^ ,Philt",Wm.3rf ,Phil^,Sam' 1;^ Chas. Wesley, Sylvia, Raymond Cra.ven] 

NANCY ;.NN CRixVEN b. 6-26-I946 

m. 6-4-1965 Nick Lawrence Diffigio II b. 12-6-1945 

11 - 285 Nick Lawrence Diffigio III b. 6-25-I969 

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9 - 'r37 iilice Lldora Proctor [Joncsl 

Wm.', Phil., ;vm.Gr;?,Phii:, 3am' li'chas.V.fcslcyTSylvi.iy Minnif.^l 

10 - 5S5 DONALD ROBEKT JOmZ b. 9-I5-I942 

m. 11-21-1961 Judy Dyann Belk b. 6-8-I944 

11 - 286 Donald Vane Jones b. 9-IO-I962 

11 - 287 ..ngolyca Lynottc Jones b. 9-7-1968 

[ ?.s above ] 

10 - 536 EVELYN JO.IN JONES b. 12-27-1946 

m. 7-2-1965 Milton Davis Yokele-y b. I-3O-I944 
11 - 2S3 ;.mbcr Gwcncttc Yokeloy b. 3-26-1966 

9 - 4S3 Carlis Edwin Proctor 

[Wm., Phil", v;m.3r:',PhilV, Sam' 1^ Chas.V.'celey, Sylvia,' Minnie ] 

10 - 590 EDNA I.L.E FUOCTOR b. 11-3-1947 
m. 6-3-1965 Grad,y Clement 

11 - 289 Theresa Michelle Clement b. 3-8-1966 
11 - 290 Michael Lii-idsay Clement b. 7-31-1963 

9 - 497 Violet Ruth Griffin [en] [Rumbley] 

[Vim.^Philt.Wm.Srf .Phil'::!', 3am' 1? Chas. Wesley, Pauline,' Liz^i-j ] 

10 - 603 BOBBY LEE RUMBLEY b. 2-23-1932 
m. 6-3O-I93I Jo Anne v;ood 
11 - 291 Steven Lee Rumbley b. 9-I-I953 
11 - 292 Janice Diane Rumbley b. 9-IO-I954 

[ as above ] 

10 - 609 :.LLEN Rr.Y RUMBLEY b. 7.-12-1933 
m. Lois Bonkeinyer 
11 - 293 Darlene Judy Rumbley b. 7-3-I933 

9 - 498 Eliza Pauline Griffin [Henderson] 

12^''5 6 78 

[Wm. ,Philt,l-.'m.3rT',PhilT,3am' 1, Chas.V.'esley, Pauline, Lizzie ] 

10 - 614 LOIS r:.ULETTE HENDERSON b. I-3-I932 
m. S-3O-I947 John Ishmuul Grog-an 
11 - 294 John RoTidy Grogan b. 11-3-1949 
11 - 295 Robert Kieth Gragan b. 11-2-1952 
11 - 296 Larry Craig Grogan b. 7-3-1934 
11 - 297 Mark Anthony Grogan b. 11-3-1957 

[ as above J 

10 - 61:; nUBY ;.LICE HENDERSON b. 3-2-1933 
m. 3-2-1951 Gene Douglas .'.bbott 
11 - 298 Retha Jeanne Abbott b. 1-16-1952 
11 - 299 Vicki Ruth .'ibbott b. 5-8-1934 

[ as above ] 

10 - 616 MILDRED ANI:ETTE HENDERSON b. 2-19-1936 
m. 8-2-I952 Dwight Vernon Idol 
11 - 300 Susan Lynn Idol b. 4-15-1953 
11 - 301 Sherry Leigh Idol b. 7-6-1957 



149 



9 - 493 Eliza Fe-ulinc Griffin [lltnderson] 
[Km. ,Philt,V;ni.3r. ,Phil7,Gam'l, Chas.V.esley, Paulino; Lizzie ] 

10 - 617 CAROLYN YVONNE HENDERSON b. 4-20-1933 
m. 12-25-1953 Edward DeWayne Hendrick 
11 - 302 Karen :.nn Hendrick b. 10-30-1957 

9 - 499 Joseph V.'osloy Griffin [en] 

[Km. jPhiltiV.'m.Gr. ,Phil'7,Sam'i;' Chas. Wesley, Pauline, Lizzie ] 

10 - 618 ROSETTA I.L;RIE GRIFFEN b. 12-5-1933 
m. .'albert Holloway Pigg 
11 - 303 Wary Ellen Pigg b. 8-22-1956 



Al-though v;e have lacked locations for many, for the most part the descendants 
of CI-L"J(LES V.'ESLEY CECIL of the 6th generation have remained in the Davidson Co., 
North Carolina area. The records for the descendants of this man were gathered 
by Elah McKaughan Peace and Richard Raymond Peace. The records as gathered arc 
from personal contact with descendants and their family records. No court house 
records are included. 



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A COVERLET TILWELC ACROSS THE COimi.'EI.'T, .^J.T) 
ACROSS GEIJEliATIONS . 

I've been arouiid. I don't want to seem boastful, but I have been a- 
-round, and that is saying a lot considering the fact that I am just an ■...- 
-animate old strip of hand woven cloth at least I40 years old. 

So many years have passed since loving fingers carefully loomed my in- 
-tricate pattern from dark blue and natural white home-span and dyed yarns. 
I am only a single strip of cloth 25 inches wide and seven feet long, but 
with n-yT two sister strips I once made a beautiful coverlet, prized ai.d loved 
because I brought both beauty and warmth to n^ North Carolina home. 

Life was good then, and pleasant, but times change aiid with t :. .«jc 
I began to move across the distance of time and mileb. The loving 1. 
that had created me were stilled, but because others had loved my maker, n\y 
sister strips and I were separated and divided among them. One of nc/ sisters 
stayed in IJorth Carolina but iji 13^0 one sister strip auid I started west on 
a long, long, journey in a covered wagon pulled by slow plodding oxen. There 
was nothing to see or do, folded as we: were deep in the big box, and seldom 
were we used for an extra cover, for we were clierishcd keepsakes. 

Missouri — the name with a buzzing sound — is where we finally 
stopped for good and wliure I lived in sheltered obscurity for a huiidred y».=.rr-. 
V.'hen Isabella, who cherished us, died in 1838 my twin and I went to stay v;.-. . 
her daughter Nancy, who lived not too far away. Vi'e may have lived in a diff- 
-erent trmik, but that is of no consequence since truriks are so alike in 
t?ieir closed up blackness. 

One summer day about 75 years away from North Carolina, some relatives 
came to visit Nancy. It was her nephew and his family to whom she felt very 
close, and before they left she opened the big trunk and took rry twin and me 
out to show to them. Before I could realize what had happened, n\y twin had 
gone to live in Nebraska with the nephew's eldest daughter, Alta. This girl 
was very young and I was vei^y csui^e my twin would not last long in her care. 
The yea,rs passed — long, dreaiy and dark, for now I was all alone. Seldom 
was the truixk opened, except for a hand to scatter more moth balls about me. 
Finally one day there was a stir and a feeling of movement, voices called a)id 
n\y trunk was bumped about considerably. V.'hen the lid was finally opened 
strange faces looked in at me and a .nan's deep voice said, "Viola, you take 
these old things of Nan's". The man was Nancy's brother Henry ajid he alone 
survived af all her brothers and sisters. Henry had no home other than with 
Viola's parsnts, a nephew and his wife, for he had never married. 

Viola didn't know what I was, what to do with me, or that somewhere 
there should be two more strips just like me. However, Viola thought I was 
pretty, uivasual , and probably very old. I lived in another truiik in Viola's 
house for a long, long, time and then one day she gave me to her daughter-in- 
law Virginia because Virginia liked "old" things liko me. Once again I was 
on the move — down to Alabama and then to California, where I stayed until 
just a few short weeks ago when, without warning, Virginia wrapped me secure- 
-ly and sent me on a swift journey back to Missouiu. 

There I was looked at and examined and I heard Viola's fa^rdliar voice 
say, "I'm sure this strip of coverlet must match the one Alta says Aunt Nan 
gave her when she was a little girl. Well, we shall soon find out." -wi'^ 
fingers bundled me and again I was on rr^y way. V.'lien at last I again stopped _^ 
I heard a voice murmuring "it's the strip — it must be the strip", and exci.- 
-ed fingers pulled at the wrapping confining me. Then the voice, no longer 
murmuring but thrilling with excitement exclaimed, "you are the same -exactly 
the same". Loving hands laid me across a sofa and almost before I could 



realize what had happened, rciy twin lay beside me. Across the years, across 
generations and a continent of miles we are together again. It matters not 
a bit that once again we live in a dark chest smelling of cedar, for my twin 
is joined with me. Occasionally Alta happily unfolds us to use as a special 
table cover, or to show while telling our- story to a friend. 

[iJott;: The above story is absolutely true. Because of ii\y' work on the Cecil 
genealog^y- I contacted by letter, Viola Smith of Cornelia. Daring our corres- 
-pondence and the experience of getting acquainted, I told her about the strip 
of coverlet and that I had often wondered what had happened to the other strip, 
I have sewed the strips together — they are both in wonderful condition — 
and with a protective plastic cover I use them as a table cover when I am 
serving v;ith antique dishes and glassware. This story was published in the 
Tri-State Trader magazine, July 26, I969 . ] 



GRAIGFATHER 
PORTRAIT OP A-\T EXTRA-ORDINARY, ORDINARY LLiN. 

Alexander Russell Cecil, the ^th child and Jnd son of V.'illiam 3. and 
Isabelle Cecils' twelve children, was named for his maternal grandfather. He 
was but two years old in iS^O when his parents left their home in Davidson Co. 
North Carolina and pioneered to Misscoi-'i in a covered wagon pulled by oxen. 
That long trip must have made a tremendous impression on "Bud" as he was call- 
-ed, for even as an elderly man he would recall bits and pieces of it. The 
name Cumberland held no beauty for him, and he remembered a river with a cer- 
-tain kind of fear. He remembered the days when his only garment — a long 
tailed home spun shirt — must be washed, and he had to stay in bed until it 
dried. 

V.hen the family finally arrived in Johnson County, Missouri, a home 
had to be built and the land cleared, for the Cecil brothers who settled these 
lands were the men whose names appear on the original land records. None had 
been on the lands before them to clear even a little. These early settlers 
in Missouri were often called "the under-brush cutters", a derisive sort of 
name with vjhich to describe the raw courage and strength xt took to subdue the 
wilderness of underbrush and trees into a productive and family sustaining 
home. When a permanent shelter was finally made, it was a log house v;ith a 
loft, or upstairs, reached by an outside ladder. VHiether the downstairs was 
one room or two I don't know, but grampa often told about his bed — a sort 
of shelf-like bunk along the wall with others above and below it. 

Even the little folks had their chores to do in this pioneer life and 
grampa said he couldn't remember when he didn't carry water from the spring 
on a "yoke" hung over his shoulders. He learned early how lo mend a stake 
and ridor or worm rail fence that some critter had dislodged. There was a 
little time for fun though, and fun included marble games. There were no 
boughten marbles to be had, and no money to buy with anyhow, so Alex made his 
own. He would choose a pebble of the right size and as round as he could find 
Then, taking a rock with a nice rouiided auid hollowed out place in it — prob- 
-ably one where a geode had nested — he placed it where the little stream of 
water he had diverted from the creek by a small dam would fall on it 'just so'. 
Then, when the pebble was placed in the hollowed rock the water kept it spin— 
-ning and erosion soon created a round and perfectly smooth marble. 

Going with his father and uncles to the mill to have meal and floiir 
ground vjas an exciting experience for a small boy. It was at least a two day 
and overnight trip — maybe even more if many were ahead and one had to avjait 



a turn. The oxen were slow and there were no brakes on the wa^n. When goin^ 
down a steep hill — and there are lots of those south of Warrenobui|f — one 
had to throw a 'chuck* or sort of block which was chained to the wa^n, in 
front of the back wheels. Then the heavily loaded wagon sort of slid down 
the hill and didn't overmn the deliberate oxen, driven with a single line 
and directed hy a spoken "gee" or "haw". 

The household must have been a crowded and noisy place, and no doubt 
there were man^- battles royal, for the Cecils were not noted for their plncid 
dispositions, However, the love and devotion each boro for the othfiro all of 
their lives was an exemplary example of fine family spirit. 

Grampa would laugh ixntil the tears ran recallj.ng the skirmish two of 
his older sisters had with marauders during the civil war years. These ban- 
-dits or marauders, known as bush-whackers were rag-tags from the regular 
armyt fighting a. guerrilla type war. They raided the V/illiam B. Cecil place 
and took, among other things, a_ bolt of .'store-bought' cloth belonging to the 
girls. Everyone in the household had remained submiseive in fear for tholr 
lives but that bolt of cloth was just too, much. It was more precious than 
gold to those girls, and its' theft was not to be tolerated. Josephino and 
Louisa waded in with no holds barred, and with biting, kicking, scratching 
and s<"i-P'bching, won the hattle and saved their precious cloth. These were 
stwvdy pioneer girls who were probably nearly as strong as the men, and giv- 
-en the added strength of fury they were a formidable foe. The raiders prob- 
-ably thought they'd tangled with a nest of wild cats. 

Grajnpa would talk about his family by the hour. He was proud of his 
ancestr^y, and the fact that he knew a great deal about his forebears indicat- 
-ed an interest and pride before him. His father made a trip or two back 
east to tiy to get an estate settlement, but what the estate was I never knew 
— except that the Missouri Cecils never got it. His father made th>.- trips 
on horseback — much faster than by ox-wagon, out stiii a long and diiiiuui't, 
journey. 

SoriCtinc about I876 '.lilliam B. and Isabellc moved to Dade Co. Tlissouri 
in search of greemor pastures, and Alex, feeling that green pastures were 
surely in the opposite direction, headed north. He was in Stark County, 111. 
in 1377, for the letters his mother wrote to him there are still extant. Alex 
did carpcntar work there, and started a tilo factory with a friend. Thoy 
made tilo for a year with a home made pug mill, then when a new mill was pur- 
-chased, the erstwhile friend absconded feith the funds, leaving Alex with new 
equipment to pay for and an empty till. Thus, the little business that could 
have become a thriving industry in the prairie country just beginning to be 
tiled and drained, never really got a good start. 

In Stark County, Illinois, Alcr -let the spirited and lovely girl of 
French and Holland Dutch descent who became his wife. On December 24, I'-- ^9 
Alexander Russell Cecil and Sarah Silas Johanna Elizabeth Gillett wore married 
Sarah had named herself for many members of her beloved family, but nlex^call- 
-ed her "Flitsy". I knew her only as "gramma", but I must admit Flitsy lit 

her bettor. , i j + v,/% 

Alexander Cecil was a strong man, stui^dy and stocky in build, yet no 
moved viith surprising quickness and grace. To watch him with a scythe was 
to watch poetry in motion. To watch him stride off carrying two brixjnmg 
pails of milk or water was to bo reminded that he'd learned when very young 
just how to do It without spilling a drop. He was an excellent shot, and 
sure of himself. His gma, arcked to his shoulder in swift ^'^-'"^f ' "°^^f ^^ 
fired almost before xt came to rest and the fleeing rabbit dropped in its 
tracko. Alex was not what one would call a handsome man in tne usual s.nsc 



of the word. His face was as strong and rugged as his frame, an uncompromis- 
-ing sort of face with even feat'orcs, bluG, blue, eyes and crowned by jot 
black curly hair. That hair became snow white, but was always beautiful. He 
carried himself proudly, head up and shoulders back. 

Grampa was the local weather man long before the days of radio and daily 
I'eports from the weather bureau. Very often someone, wishing to make special 
plans, vjould call and ask if Mr. C'iCil could tell them what the weather was 
going to be. He would study the clouds and the winds awhile, and one could 
literally see him 'feeling' the air. After awhile he'd have us call the per- 
-son who had asked, and give his verdict. He was seldom wrong. I can remem- 
-ber his fury at a neighbor woman who disbelieved him on a sunny morning aiid 
of course got caught in a downpour in the afternoon. 

Grandpa taught me hov/ to whittle and I have the scars to prove it. He 
kept his knife so razor sharp the least slip invited disaster, but this girl 
in a neighborhood full of boys and with only boy cousins, had the very best 
home-made cowboy guns, and a lot of them. Grampas' other tools were kept with 
meticulous care and were cleaned and oiled after each use. The tools he made 
for himself were as sturdy and blocky and sti'ong as he was. It took a mait to 
handle his wheel barrow - empty - . The houses he built for people had that 
same quality. Nothing fany and no fine cabinet work — just strong, sturdy, 
honest houses. Through self education he became an expert at horticulture. 
I can remem.ber him reading his evening newspaper down to the least little item 
and in retrospect I wonder what doors would have opened to him had he had the 
advantage of a good education. I ti'uly think hoi'ti culture was his real love, 
but he had a liviiig to make and carpentry was more profitable. 

Alex had a temper — a firey temper that vented itself on a board that 
wouldn't slide out of the lumber pile, the cow that crowded him in the stall, 
or the hoi'se that nipped his shoulder. Then the most enlightened mule skinner 
could have taken lessons. V.'ith children he was entirely different. Kith the 
utmost patience he would wait for "Little Tot" or "Little Toot" as he called 
us, to catch up to him and if we were in his way wc never knew it. He would 
tell us stories by the hour — mostly about when he was a boy in i-Iissouri, 
and in a very subtle and unobtrusive way he taught "Little Toot" to read. 

Oie time gi'a,mpa dislocated his shoulder, and his muscles were so strong 
the doctor who came to the house couldn't set the iujuiy without putting him 
to sleep. I was only about ten, but I accurately administered the chloroform, 
drop by carefully timed drop, because grampa had said "you let little Tot doit 
A broken hip, sustained in a fail from a hay stack ended the actii?e life as 
he had known it, and crutches were his constant nemesis for several years. 
Alexander Russelx Cecix dieo. on i-iarch ^e*, ly^^^, juso uhree cays axuer his s^lst 
birthday. He was at the big country home at Lincoln, Nebraska which he and 
his only child Reuben had bought together in Dec. 1904. 3arah had died just 
three years before him in Feb. 1926. I was by then a big, self-important 
high school senior, yet my exalted status in life didn't deter grampa one bit 
from his familiar "good night" ritual. It v;as still just the same — "Good 
night, sleep tight, and don't let the bed bugs bite". 

Grampa — I've never even seen a bed bug, but how can I abhor an obnoxious 
little beastie so involved with such a happy memory? 

VJritten 19^7 by Alta Cecil Koch. 



In 137:; ov so V'iilliam B. Cecil and wife Isabelle moved to Cade County, Mo. 
and some of the letters written to their son Alexander Russell Cecil, [Bud] 
are saved. I quote from some of them for I think they may be of interest to 
the Missouri Cecils whose ancestors were in the Cornelia area. Cornelia was 



Shanghai at that time and is so called in theoe letters: 

Greenfield, Dade Co. Mo. Sic. 12th IS76 

Deer son, I will write you a few lines to ict you no 
received your letter a few days ago. When I read youi- l^\ 
all looked sad. They said it did not isound like Bud was coming : 
have all teen flattering ourselves that you would bee hero at Ci. 

you think or seem to say you are in such a good place, and 1 ,_. . . ;o 

hear it. I think it is so cold there [Ctark Co., 111.] in winter and if you 

could get here and stay til spring yqu might then ,• ' . "' 

fixing up to have one of the gra^tost times at Grt , ._ . ..t 

that ever has been there. IIuw glad t would bee if you could all bee toruth- 

-er. Bud, you Father started up to Johnson [Coujity, Mo.] the 1 ' " - 

-ember and we got a letter from him yesterday, lie went in a wa^^ 

Littsll C^t a$.,,w.e,,<:4ll him. That it. you cousiji Lau Cecil. [I believe this 

is Andrew J. Cecils son Daniel VJebste-r Cecil] Your pap-nnd '" " -n 

was all tha:t went ..Since -pap left here there; .is j^^mari from no. 

aiid is about trading for the place wee live on. Two thousand dollars ie • 

it is offered for and when your pap left he thought if he co.' " ' '.1 the ^.j. 

place at Shanghai he might buy this ^lace but I think the C;.; . -n will /ret 

ahead of him. I want him to move bac-k home or sell his land and bu,y sorie 

where else. I want you to come if it is in your power but you know your c^r.-i- 

-it ion best. Here is the letter we I'cceived from your pap. 

V.'i'itten by your mother, Isabel Cecil 

Dec. ^th 1876 V.'m. 3. Cecil to nis fc.mily. 

Dear Home foulks. V."e got heir at JameS Taylors on 3unday about one oc. 
and found all wel. V.'ee had a could 'i inie of it. I have ben out Oii the farm 
and the land is mity butchered up. ^'tone has not tended all of the land by 
ten acers and that he did tend was not moi'e than half tended. I will get 
about three hundred and fifty bushelfc; of rent corxi. Iv hedge has never bin 
cut since I left it and Dick says he [Stone] ant disspossed to do right at 
all. Ho wants the farm another year but he shall not have it in no wa^- what- 
ever. There are several men wai-its it but I have not let aavy boddy have it 
yet. Bud has not got heir yet but Dick says he is a looking for him all the 
time. VJee all intend to be at home on Catterday before Chrismus. '.."o got to 
Hoppers the first night and the next night to Osuoly [Oceola] aiid next night 
to old man Curry 3 in il^^nry County anc. found all wel. The health of the 
Shanghai naborhood is good. Granny V.ard is a laying low; Ben Lees wife died 
last week, John Glasbrooks wife died last week, and won of Thomas N. V.illiams 
sons that has bin a living in Kansas, he came home sick and died. Tomn^y 
Johns wife has twin girls. The Henry twins died along in the summer. 

V.'m. B. Cecil to his fambly. 

Readers opinions ma^ differ on the opinion of V.'illiarr. 3. Cecil tha.t the 
health of the neighborhood was good. 

The following excerpts from a letter dated June 17, l377 expresses so well 
the feeling of all mothers whose children have grown and left home. 

Isabelle Cecil to her son Al^xajxder Russell Cecil: Dear son, Those few lines 
will let you know we are well at present. — we got a letter from Josephine 
[daughter, Josephine Taylor at Cornelia "Shanghai"] and she said oar place 
was not rented this year. Dick dosent write to us ai all and I reckon he 
thinks if he cant rent out the place he has nothing to write. I guess it is 
a sad looking aspect by this time. Dan Cecils wife [Charity Rice Cecil] wrote 
to her- mother that she hurd our place had the fence torn down and stock 



a running in. Bud, I am distressed to know what and how to do. V.'e are ^'^'^ 
making it hardly here and I don't feel like I v;r.nt to move back on the old 
place. If wee had a home here we -might make out to live but moving about 
wont do. Your pap thinks if he can't sell he will have to go back this fall. 
If we could put all in one waggon it might do, but it is too much cost to hire 
our plunder moved and that old Shanghai settlement is ?.bout the same I reckon. 
But if 1 could go back and see you and Dick and all of you there I would glad- 
-ly go. But the place would be miserable if I was there and the children all 
gone. I almost imagine how it looks — away up at the old orchard and to look 
down across the field toward the house. How the little young ones used to run 
up and down to the old place, laughing. Bud, I am all alone on this Sabbeth 
evening and can't help letting irvy mind run back on days that have passed. I^^ 
heart often feels sad but I try to put it off as best I can. Henry and Craig 
is running about with other boys and can't be content to stay at home. Your 
pap has gone to see an old N. Carolina friend, Nan has gone to see Lou and Jnli-i 
has gone to Sabbath school but I am always a,t home. Bud, I want you to wrlbe 
often. Can you know how I want to hear from you? Isabel Cecil to son A.R, Cecil. 

Some small portions from another letter show a little moralizing, and the pre— 
-sence of a generation gap. 

April 23, IS77 the la.nd we are to tend is new ground and only been in 

cultivation two years. They say it produces well but it looks rough to me. 
Vie will do the best we can this summer and if we live till fall we will try 
to fix matters different. Me are moving about too often and it keeps me nearly 
worried to death. The man wants possession at News Years and I had rather move 
in the fall than in the middel of the winter. If we don't go back we will have 
to sell at some price. I do not have any desire to move back to Shanghai unless 
we are able to fix up the house and things fit to live in and I know we are not. 
I expect the old place is a sight to look at by this time and I thought the 
house was past living in when we left it. They say half the trees are dead. 

One good thing, we would always have firewood right at the door. if I had 

some farms I no of I would be willing to stay here. But it is like everyplace 
else — one neighbourhood differs from another. V.'here we have been living the 
people are very moral and I will say, so far ahead of the old Shanghaie settle 
ment for sence and everything else. I would not let the people down here 
know I said so, for nothing, for they think the people up North are something 
smart. I would feel ashamed for some of them down here to go up to Johnson 
[County] andd stop at Shanghai, if it has not improved since I saw it. I 
hope it has. Your brothers Henry and Craig is about as bad boys as there 
are down here and they shan't have the pleasure of going back up to Johnson 
to cut up. Your pap don't try to do much with them, I dould put up with 
them if they did not swear so bad. They never speak hardly without an oath. 
Bud, I hope you have quit saying bad words and if not I want you to be sure 
to quit for it is so disgusting for any one to swear. I know any one can 
quit if they will try. Bud, you wrote as if you could not get paid for your 
work. I would shift it many ways and not give it up for lost. If you can't 
get money perhaps you can get something else. It is too ha.rd to work for 
nothing. Isabelle Cecil to son A. R. Cecil 

One must remember that this is a scant ten years after the Civil Vi'ar when the 
six Cecil brothers were equally divided in their loyalties to the Confederacy 
and to the Union. There was great bitterness and this no doubt prompted Isa- 
-belles feelings for old Shanghie [Cornelia]. By Feb. 8, 1873 they had come 
back to Johnson Co. and to the old place. 



UNPOHOETTABLE ICTEhVIEW 

On the afternoon of Oct. 16, 1966, Yancey 3tone Cecil and I had a roost wond- 

-erful fisit with the patriarch Thomas Kennedy who was 92 and h 

his long life in the ThoT.asville and High I'oint area of North Ca 

mind vjas clear and his recall of people and events accurate and truetv. 
They were in perfect agreement with our proven facts. His memory v 
and his recall of the stories told by his father of the early Ceci. 
and vivid. 

"There were three Cecil brothers who came to N.C. and then two njore 
came later. Yes, one was Phillip — he was called Fhillie, and ti.' 
Jackie. Now that was John and he was the 'champeen' wrestler and : .,, 
here-abouts. I don't rightly recall the names of the others just now. Phillie 
was a hard worker and he would cut trees to cleai- his land after a ■ " »yo 
work on the farm, working uiitil midnight. His wife would worry wh. 
heard a tree fall and would get up and wait and watch, fearing that Phillip 
had been hurt by the falling tree. V.hen she heard the ring of the axe 
she would go back to bed. They had several children and Phillip was '>...■ 
-est. lie was Phillies step-son. And there was Elizabeth who married Hafe 
Wright [Ralph] and Cynthia — she married a tCennedy, and Mattie tiiaa-ried Jake 
Newton. There was Sa. m Alexander and he was a prpa^hor and a r?. rht good one 
too — and Oliver and Jesse. Jesse was a prt=*acher and he was a Vir.ei -vm. T. 
always iiked him. Tue Cecils were notea for two things — rr^sacnm' and 
fipiitiii' . 

"Jam Alexander was mai-ried twioe and he was a right good preacher 
though ue wasn'x an educated man. iJow his son Yaiicey was a righx good man. 
He was a great 'boss' — but he meaiit well. People would always go to him 
for advice. He was genBEOus but he was independent. He wanted his way and 
he was generally right. I always liked him. Yancey was a one armed man and 
he had a brother Charles who had one arm." 

Question by Alta: "What about fighting Jackies family?" 

"I don't recall about any of them — I think they went out west some 
wheres. " 

"There was a law suit about Burrell Cecil stealin' a calf from Spencer 
Pope and Yancey Cecil was accused of lyin' on the stand." [There was more 
here we couldn't understand because Mr. K. was laughing so hard at the idea 
of honest, upright Yancey accused of lying.] 

Question by Alta: "V.'ho was opencer Popes wife?" 

Answer: "V.'hich one?" 

Reply: "The second one — who was she?" 

Answer: " Viliy, slie was Elii^abeth Cecil" 

Question: '".•.'ho was her father?" 

Answer: "V.hy, her father was Jackie Cecil" 

Question: "The fighter and the wrestler?" 

Answer: "Yes, the fighter and the wrestler. 

[At this point in the interview I was almost speechless and thrilled beyond 
words. Yancey reached over, took rny hand and said "welcome cousin." Ab a 
family rosoarcher I had become convinced that my great great grandfather v;aR 
a brother to Phillip who in other records had been placed with a different 
male parent. If my supposition was correct a lot of records would be over 
turned and Yancey Stone Cecils nicely worked out ancestry would be upset. 



Elizabeth Cecil who married Gpencer Tope was John B. Cecils daughter. Indeed 
"Jackie" and his family had gone "out west somewhere" — they had gone to Mo. 
and some 25 years before Mr. Kennedy was- born;, "r. Kennedys real grandmother 
had been Spencer Popes first wife but she died when Mr. Kennedys mother was 
ti.iy. The only grandmother he knew on his mothers side of the family was 
Elizabeth Cecil Pope.] 

Question by Yancey Stone Cecil: "Is the Pleasant Grove farm part of the land 
that vjas deeded to Preacher John B. Cecil by his brothers and sisters for 
their mothers care?" 

"Yes, I think so — yea, it is — I knew it well. There used to be 
some^ houses there." 

Question by Yancey: "VJho was Riley Cecil?" 

"Why^ Hiley was a brother to V.'ilson L. and to Henry". 
"V.'as Henry deaf and dumb?" 

"I don't remember exactly, but he had some affliction." 
"V.'as he the son of Jarrett Cecil" 

"Yes — Jarrett Cecil — I've heard n\y father tell nie about him often. 
He died long before I was born. [d. l349j '"^ow Riley had two sons. There vvas 
Jehu — he was a great singer and laugher. You could always hear him. He 
didn't take much part in the church but he would come and sing. There was 
Charles Jerome and he drank a lot. Charles farm joined close to Jehus." 

Question by Yancey: "Tell us about Osse Kennedy. Isn't she the one that had 
gun powder put in her pipe?" 

"Yes, Ossee was married to a Cecil, Ben, I think, and then she married 
someone else ajid after he died she just sort of lived around a lot. The 
Cecils and the Kemiedys, they always got along together and the Keiinedys and 
the Cecils married each other because there warn't any body else [said with 
a chuckle], fbs, Ossee smoked a pipe and the boys [Zachariah & Lewis Stout] 
would load her pipe for her. They had to cut the kindlin' wood for the fire 
too, and one night Ossee got up to smoke lier pipe and she used up all the 
kindlin' to keep warm and the boys was real put out. They said they'd fix her 
and one of them, he put some gun powder in her pipe and then he went out to 
do the chores. He took a long long time to do chores and when he finally came 
in and was sittin' at the breakfast table, old Ossce said she wondered wha,t 
had made her pipe act like that — it had gone 'whoosh' after a couple of 
puffs. Aiid one of the boys said he didn't know — he guessed maybe it was 
something in the tobaccy. The other boy couldn't stay — he got up and went 
out to the barn — he just couldn't stay. That old pipe — there was nothin' 
to confine the powder — it just went 'whoosh' ". 

■.•It, Kennedy talked on about his own life — he was always tne peace 
maker in the community and never fought with ariyone. Ke was a merchant and 
he always got along with the Cecils. His wife was a Cecil and they were 
married for 67 years. He talked about helping establish a church and was 
S.S. superintendent for many years. He hadn't wanted the job, "it was just 
sort of put on" him. 

Yancey Stone Cecil had said he hoped I could find something really 
spectacular to make me feel my research trip to iJ.C. had some real value. 
There was nothing that could have been more spectacular than the break-through 
this conversation offered, and Yancey and I shared it together. 

Alta Cecil Koch. 



CECIL GCnDTERY 
CORNELIA, KISX'JRI. 

Located in Post Oak Township I- mi. west of Cornelia, Mo. on the so. side of 

BB road. Section 1, H 26 V,', T 44 M. 

Albertson, Ggt. Larkin Co. E. 7th Inf. Ii:i IFII 

Bodenhamer, John T. d. 3 Oct 1365 &€& about 30 

Cecil, Allen L. d. IS Mar. lS62 ae 7y. 3m.l5d. Gon of T. & M. Cecil 

Betty E. Coats 23 Feb. 18^7 - 9 June 1922 wf. Wtr.. Henry Cecil 

Charity F. Roberts 30 Nov. 1339 — 23 3ec. I915 

wife of Richard Cecil [dau. of Daniel & Eleanor Roberts] 

Charity Reece 20 Aug. 1825 — 9 Apr. I91O wife of Caniel Cecil 

Columbus A. 1855 - 1929 [son of Daniel & Charity Reeco Cecil] 

Cynthia I4 Feb. 1324 — 12 July l333 [nee Stout, wife of Andrew J. 
Cecil] 

Daniel 26 Nov. 1823 — : 17 Apr. I9O6 

David Craig 19 3ept. — 4 Aug. I89O [son of Wm. 3. Cecil] 

Dempsey 13 Jan. 1333 — 3 Mar. 1389 son of C.A. & M.S. 

Genath d. 6 Aug. I863 ae 2y. lOm. lOd. dau. of T. k M. Cecil 

George Russell 7 Apr. 1363 — Jan 9, I936 

Infant child of C. & A. Cecil 

Infant child of J.D. & Charity Cecil d. 1353 

Infant son of D.J. & Emma Cecil 

Ira 1891 — 1926 

John B. Cecil b. 10-29-1735 Md. d. 1-21-1361 [Vet. of War of 1312] 

JKizia J. d. I6 :;ept. I865 ae l8y. 4m. l6d. dau. of A.J. & C. 

Lillian d. I8 Aug. 1375 ae ly. 4m. 19d. dau of J. A. & M. Cecil 

Maria Smaltz IS6I - I946 wife of Columbus A. Cecil 

Ilary E. d. 29, , 137_ dau. of D. and C. Cecil 

Nancy 10 Mar. 1792 ~ Feb. 11, l357 wife of John D. Cecil 
[ghe was Nancy liams dau. of Richard, & b. Md. ] 

Ilancy A. 24 Mar. 1323 — 22 Dec. 1902 wife of Thomas Cecil 
[maiden name Reecej 

Mellie d. 12- Apr. I3o0 ae 21y. 6m. dau. of D. it C. Cecil 

Phoebe J. d. 29 July I878 ae 21y. 5m. l6d. dau. of T. & F. 
Rachel M. 4 July I83I — 25 July l352 wife of John C. Cecil 

Rebecca F. d. 20 July l385 dau. of B. & C. Cecil 

Richard 20 Mai-. l331 — 24 Dec. I9O6 

Richard F. 1 Apr. l35C — 17 Jan. 1387 [son of Mm. B. Cecil] 

Thomas d. 27 July 1382 ae 67y. Im. lOd. 

'.;. H. 10 Dec. 1849 — Oct 26, 1905 
Coats, Betty E. 23 Feb. l357 — 9 June 1922 wf. of V.'m. H. Cecil 

Day, Richard V;. 9 Dec. iSll ~ 30 Dec. IS92 

Sarah 9 Apr. lSl5 -- 14 Feb. 19OI wife of Richard '.;. 
Serena Jane, d. 11 Feb. l862 dau. of Richard & Sarah Day 

Hampton, Eula Geal Marr 1333 - 1925 wf. of E. W. Hampton 
liams, IliraiTi C. d. 30 Mar. l339 ae 49y. 24d. 

Infant d. 10 Juiie l362 dau. of II. C. & P. J. 

Fhoebe J. 8 Dec. l337 - 21 Jan. 1915 

Cicero C. son of T. & C. lames d. Jcui. 12 1363 a<= 3y. 4m. 
Hood, Bettie 1354 - 1929 wf. of U. G. Smaltz 
Jacobs, Thomas V.ash d. 1 Oct. 1363 inf. son of 3.E. & S. E. 
Jones, M. Belle 31 Dec. 1874 -- 17 Aug. I905 wf. of Eldred C. Jones 
Marr, Dannie I887 - 1901 

Eula Geal I883 - 1925 wf. of E. V/. Hampton 



Marr cont. 

Jane l8 Jan. iS^l — 2? Apr. I936 

Jesse 1850 — 1909 

Sarah A. 25 Lee. .1847 -- 12 Jan. l875 wf. of Nicholas U. Townsley. 

C. Dossell 1872 - 1899 
I.Iurphey, Eugene I92I - 1931 

J. c. 1861 - 1931 

James Roy 4 Jan. 1393 — Uov. 10, 1942 

Maude l373 — 1956 
Reece, Charity 20 Aug. I825 — 9 Apr. I9IO wife of Eaniel Cecil 
Rice, Allen d. 25 July I865 ae 70y. 5'^'« 

Jane 15 Jan. 1795 - 30 Aug. I87S wf. of Allen 

Margare-t J. 16 Apr. I85I - 7 Sept. lS55 dau. of P.H. and R. 
Roberts, Charity F. 30 Nov. 1839 — 23 2<=c. 1915 wf. of Richard Cecil 
Smalts, Arthur 1 Aug. l895 — 29 July I896 son of R. & L. 

Bettie Hood I854 - I929 wf. of 1«. G. Smalt z 

George V;. 1 Oct., 1823 - 14 Kay l357 

Martie R. 12 Apr. 13:j2 - 7 Feb. I9C5 wf. of N. B. 

Maria IS6I - 1946 wf. of Columbus A. Cecil 

Matilda iC Jan. 1323 -- 15 M&r. 1900 

Robert M. 23 June I85I — 7 Apr. 1902 

Vi. G. 1065 — 1909 
Smith, Ella K. 20 Sept 1377 — 17 Oct. 1957 [dau. of Richard I. & Charity Cecil] 

John H. 23 Aug. 1372 — 23 Dec. I95I 
Taggart , Vi. Gladys 1395 - 1914 dau. of F.'/v.M. & J. A. 
Talbott, Infant d. 28 Dec. 1353 ae 3 d. child of John and Elizabeth 

James d. I4 Nov. I854 ae 25y. Im. 24d. son of John & Elizabeth 
Townsley, John d. 25 July I856 ae 72y. 

Mary d. 26 Feb. 1368 ae 84y. 

Mary E. d. 3 Nov. 1839 s-o 63y. 11m. 27d. 

Nicholus U. 9 Sept lo26 — 22 Jan. I9II 

Sarah A. Marr 25 Dec. l847 — 12 Jan. I875 wf. of Nicholas U. 
Walton, Blanch I8 Sept I889 — 8 Oct. 1951 
Wash, Rachel 10 Feb. 1792 — 4 Apr. 1373 wf. of Thomas 

Thomas I6 Sept. I79I — 20 Jan. I864 

For many years the old Cecil Cemetery lay in a state of neglect so typical 
of most old private cemeteries. It was still used on occasion and individual 
plots were cared for, but the overall condition was sad. Some of the oldest 
stones had toppled and been broken, and the field stone marking- a few graves 
had sunk almost below the surface of the ground. When the Cecil family 
association was established in Jane 19^7 » a cemetery fund was also established 
to pay for mowing. Sirice that time George Cecil of Lincoln, Illinois has re- 
paired and reset several atones and Haidee Evaris of Leeton, Mo. has been in 
charge of overseeing the care of the cemetery. She arranged for the sale of 
the land the old church stood on and which her ancestor Daniel had donated, 
and entered that money in a fund that hopefully one day will provide enough 
interest for the cemetery care. The place is now one of peaceful rest and 
not a neglected weed patch. Some Cecils are buried in the Cornelia cemetery 
which is across the road north and about \ mi. back in a field. 



CECIL TkACKD 

During the Civil War Years, the six Cecil V . . .. ' 

Aixdrew Jackson, John C. and liichard I., who 

and lived in close proximity in one community, found th' 

frontation over the issues of slavery and v.. 

-federacy and to the Union. Thu stories ai 

meeting on the road before the war, would pasa the time 

off their rigs, shuck their jackets and "hop to it". '.' 

-ural than for the sons of a "champeen fighter and wi 

friendly bout. V.'hen the issues of the War entered in, the bouts .. 

friendly and old timers recall the stories told by their paren' , '•■ 

confrontations. No longer was it a friendly "howdy", but a "I 

damn Yanks/Uebs — lets rock 'em" and th^rn tiie rocks would f Ij . al 

leanings of present day Cecils can almost without fail deti. 

their ancestor was for. The Democrats for the Confederacy 'I'f- 

for the Union. The Cecils were good people but in some wa,-, her rovi^n 

lot too, and some in the commujiity disapproved. One dear man, t. : ' " '. 

1884, told me that when his family discovered that he intended to i 

Cecil girl they said, "well — take that damn fool out behind the barn and 

shoot him 1 " ^^y friends eyes sparkfeed as he said "but it worked out fine." 

Pictures of kichard liams Cecil, Andrew Jackson Cecil and their sister, Elis- 
-abeth Cecil Pope, show a marked similarity of facial structure. The faces 
are strong, with widely spaced eyes and slightly prominent" check bones. It 
is said of Richard that he had "smiley" eyes, had a sandy c ' ■" , ' .d was 
well beloved in the community. Andrew Jackson Cecil, the t- ■ , a 

profound impression on tiis grand daughter Flossie when she was about six and 
heard him preach. Stoi-is are told of him that while preaching if he momcnt- 
-arily needed to gather his thoughts, he would pound on the pulpit and shout 
"Hold fast to the Vihite Rock, hold fast to the Vihite Rock". That served to 
emphasise a point he might have made and let him get a grasp on the next. 
Daniel J. Cecil gave the land for the M.E. Church at Coi'jielia and also pro- 
vided the ground for the Cecil cemetery. Daniel seems to have prospered a 
little iiiore than his brothers according to court house records. The oldest 
brother Vlilliam B. Cecil seemed unable to accumulaoe much of this worlds good, 
though it vjas not for lack of trying hard. All the brothers were good men 
and I have not found any criminal court records for them. Their father, Joiiri 
Ball Cecil, with his ability to fight, had a scrape or three with the law in 
K.C. One court record dated Oct. 1839 showed him fined S30.0C, and held in ^ 
custody. In 1839 that was quite an amount, so it must have been quite a figh 
or the result of a very sore loser. In April, 1333 his brother Phillip was 
fined G4.00 for affray, and pleaded guilty. Interviews with great grandchild- 
-ren [or iia-laws] of John Ball Cecil, have revealed over and again the same 
stories told by their parents — that when John B. Cecil came out to Misso-ori 
he was about 70 but he could throw any man in the whole countryside except 
one big guy who had 13 kids. I have heard that the old fellow would spend 
his time in the cross roads store and when some fellow came in he would pound 
the floor with his gold headed cane and demand that the man come share his 
prosperity. "Prosperity" was of course a good stiff drink. 

The brothers were farmers and Andrew J. preached besides. Todays farmers woulc 
find it difficult to work with a wooden plow to which an attached strip of irc 
made the cutting edge. Crops were corn and wheat, and the wheat was cut^with 
a scythe-cradle and threshed with a flail and wirjiowcd. V.illiam 3. Cecil ' ■ 
least made all the nails he used and we assume the others did likewise. 
His wife washed the clothes on a £lat rock at the creek, and the spring that 
fed the creek was the source of drinking water. This was a hard and primitiv. 
way of life, but the heritage it has provided us is one of strength. 



I 



In a History of Johnson County, Missouri, we found these items of intprcst. ^j 
"When Post OaJc township ims first formed, the nearest mill was at Lexington, 40 j 
miles to the north. The trip there frequently required a week, for often one would ' 
wait two or three days for ones turn." 

"Cornelia was the first village and post office in Post Oak township. James 
K. Farr and James Morrow built the first houses there in 1853. The town v;as named 
by Dr. Love for his wife whose name was Cornelia. During the time of the Civil i.'ar 
the tovm was practically burned to the ground by the Bill Stewart gang. The villag'- 
was known to early settlers as Shanghai, and is said to have been so called because 
Dr. Love was a chicken fancier and raised extensively a breed called Shanghais." 

In an old V/arrensburg newspaper found in the bottom of an old trunk, and dated 
January 3, I88I, we found: 

Old Settlers Convention 



"The family of Cecils in this county, had a reunion on New Years day at the 
roniilouco. of A. J. Cecil, in Wai-renpburg, There are six brothers now living in the 
"..imty of JohnRou, as follows: V . 3. Cecil, Thomas Cecil, A. J. Cecil, Dan. Cecil, 
John Cecil and Richai-.l Cpcil. They all came to this county from Davidson County 
North Cai-olina; V . B. and A. J. Cecil in I85O; Thomas, Dan and John in I85I; iiichard 
in 1854 and the old father and mother, John B. and Nancy Cecil in IS56. 

The father, John S. Cecil was born in Frederick Co. Md. in I785, and the old 
mother at the same place in 1792. They emigrated to North Carolina in I8O9. 

The original ancestor v;as secretary to Lord Baltimore, and came over from 
Ireland at the founding of the colony of Maryland. It will thus be seen that this I 
family have always been great carpet-baggers, like every other family in this county 
vjhich ca,n trace its ancestry back two hundred years. They have always been pioneers 
in the march of empire and civilization; first across the ocean and then across the 
continent. They have always been residents of Johnson county since coming here 3O 
years ago. As they gathered in the family circle on New Years day some were foiind 
absent, but those present passed the time pleasantly recalling amusing scenes and 
incidents in their experience roughing it in what 30 years ago, was the wilderness 
of Missouri, and comparing the inconveniences of those days v;ith the progress and 
comfort of the present. 

Mr. A, J. Cecil, the host on this occasion is the third brother in age, and 
with his worthy spouse, Mrs. Cecil, did everything to make the occasion a pleasant 
family reunion. A sumptuous dinner was spread, to which all did ample justice, as 
a STAIJDiuiD reporter who had been kindly invited to participate in the festivity can 
testify; and it is his opinion, herein publicly set down, that such gatherings are 
very pleasant, and he hopes there may be more of them, " 

The above item was all proven for accuracy except for the statement about 
the Cecil ancestor being secretary to Lord Baltimore, founder of Maryland. Lord 
Baltimore is very very well dooumftnted and in no recoi\i anywhere could we find 
evidence of any Cecil serving him in any rapacity. 



I 



Plutarch said: "It is indeed a desirable thing to be well descended, but the 
glory belongs to our ancestors." 



The end. 



I 



CECIL INDEX 
Also found SissfU, Ciseel, Cfsoell, Sizol, CoiclcCeaal, and etc. We have 
found Cecil spelled Xv>i-Ly one diffcrtnt wcy-a. Pronunieation short t and i. 



;.bncr 33,39 

xlbner Cicero >5»73,110 

Ada Christina 36,79,111 

Adaliza 43,62 

Adalinc Melissa 37»34 

A. J. 36 

Albcr-ta 32 

1x1 da jo 

Alexander 29, 3 3 ►4-8 

Alcxand^^r k. 49 

Alexander Kussell 43, 

68 
Alfred 34 
Algernon 3 
xilgerwell 4 
iilice iLeoecca 1^4-1^4 
Allen 1:^,16,13,20 
Allen Brown 59 
Allen Brace Rhodes 89 

■ T -I - „ r ■) /< 

Alien I'lichael 124 
-ill en RoEcce GG^ 39 

Alrr.a illicabeth 35 

Almaii 58 

.ilpheuo Lewollan 41|53, Billy 39 



..rvillc ^9 

..rvillc Cicero 42,61,83 
..senith 29,30 
.-ugusta Du Boac 60 
..ustin 39 

- B - 

Barbara IIC 

l)arbD,ra Jean 120 

Barney Darious 41,^9,31 

Benjamin 12,14,13»17,l3, Charlea Hajnilton .U,63,84 

20,21,23,26,27,23,33,42 Charles llasscll 6I 

Benjamin Franklin 78,109 Charles Hill 64,87,120 

Benjamin Fr^d 66,39,124 Charles Hill Jr. 87,120 

Bertha 50 Charles Hoover 79 

Bertha Hilton 56 Charles L. 23,40,42,60, 
Bertha Mae 53 6l,33 

Bertie 56 Charles Lee 40,57,30,112 

Bessie 21,51,52,58,70,74 Charles :.:itchell 86,119 



Charity 35,37,38 

Charlt;8 3,29,30,56 

Charli.8 A. 110 
Charles Addison 37 
Charles Atlas 41,58 

Choilos Edward 45,65,87 

Ciioi-lob Frud 60 

Charles Fulonwid^r 60 

Charlfcti Guroiiiv; 43,62 

Charles Glen 112 



Bessie J. 62 
Bcttie Louise 71 
Betty 71,99 
Betty Joann 98,136 
Beulah 79 
Beverly Arlene 114 



Alson 
Alson 






ly, T ir- 7C 



»a. ^'- 



iixb ci j^crp Go, yjy 132 

Alvir:, ZZ 
.xmand-- 29,39 
Amamda L'nibler 62 
Amanda Jane II6 



Amandr 




.;■.-- TO 




Andrci\ 








iiiidro^v 


T 
• 


9/1 » Q T ^ 




jinarevv 




ckson 35 1 5 


2 


Anita 


110 






Anita 


:.ib 


erta S9 






Vir 


£;inia 102 




Lull 11 


9 






xiiinivi 


15 






Aiin Cl 


lah 


21 






'.'. £- 


c 





Archibald 12-21- 
iiPelia u'lialta 'j) 
Arcs Coke 58,31,114 
Arthur Bond 11 
Art is Gray 87,120 



Billy Melviu 34,115 
Blanche oji,o9 
Bobbie Lavid 124 
Bobby Lee 33,101 
Bobby Ray 110 
Bonnie Jo 77, 103 
Brenda 33,110 
Brenda Kay 120 
Bryan 132 
Bryan Buano 132 

- C - 

\j , ii. JX 

Gallic 61 

Calvin Ray 111 

Garx 0. (<-> 

Carl I.^y-ron 59,82 

Caroliiic Octavia 6I 

Carol ode 93 

Carrie 57 

Carrie Etta 56 

Carletta Fetzer 4I 

Catherine u7 

Cecilia Kay 112 

Celia 21 

Celia Elizabeth 40 



Charles Richard 120 
Charles V;. 31 
Charles 'Walter 60,83 
Cliarlts Viesley 30,31,45, 
65,66,37 
Christina Elizabeth 56 
Christopher 2 
Christopher Charles 112 
Cinthia 29,39,41 
Clarence M. 59,32,114 
Clarence Monroe 39 
Clarence V.'illiarr. 79,111 
Claudius Marvin 56 
Clavia Burton 56,79,110 
Clay Franklin 56 
Clayton Grayson 84,114 
Clfco McClure 67,94 
C let us Edward 79,110 
Cletus Euwcu-d Jr. 110 
Cletus M=xi'ioii 53 
Clinton 120 
Clyde E. ji 
Clyde Kieth 115 
Clyde Lee 34,115 
Clyde Mitchell 39,123 
Colu.7ibu5 Asbury 35,51 
Cora Elizabeth 34 
Cora iJecy jG 
Cornelia 85 
Correll M. 60 
Criirsie Jane 44 
CulTcn R. 110 
Curtis 56,79 



Cynthia 28,36 
Cyrus Vernon 114 

- D - 

Dcico Caroline 41,32,59 
Dallas Clayton 114 

T\. ■ .-I -^ r\ 1 r ~v n ~ "• ^ '^ ' 

I -i- 

T-\^,,4.-| T ^O O' '^^ "^'^ 

iJctnicX J . ^d J C.-tj tl^', Jv^, ^ 

35,33,62,63,70,73,84 
Baniol Jarrctt 18,29,30, 

Daniel L. 23,29 
Daniel Lee 42,60,83 
Daniel h'otster 35? 52, 

73,74 

Danny Craig 11^ 

Darrol L. 82 

Daridas 41,59,31 

David 1,2,119 

David -VlL'-n 60 

David Jillun I-lyers 59 

David Ci-aig 33 

David Iv. 44 

David King 4t,64,86 

David . 41 , 60 

David Clivcr 41,59,82 

David Ferry 79 

David Preston 94 

David Richard 64,86,119 

David Richard Jr. 36 

David ;;olDster 89,124 

Debbi'^ 115 

Debra Lurraine 124 

Dee -inn 115 

Delanina Margaret Jose- 

-phine 39 
Delia 37,61 
Deloris Jean 92 
Delphina 76,82 
Delphina Virginia 37,5m- 
Dempsey 51 
Dennis 51,71 
Dew<-'y iw9 
Dick 33 

D. Jarrett 29,30,51 
D, J. C . 30 
Do land Darious 59 
Donna 13 . 63 
Donna Lee 82,89 
Donald Gray 120 
Dora Boll 62 
Doris 55,^2,o4 
Doris Louise II4 
Dorothgj Louise 67,94,132 
D. Stanton 63,84,115 



D. Stanton Jr. 84,115 
Duanc Ghambcrlin 93,132 

- E - 

larl Aobury 5I 

Earl Edward 73 

Ed. 57 

Edgar Phillip 56,79,110 

Edith J'J 

Edna 79 

Edna Louise ^j 

Edward 2 
Edward Lee IO9 

i-i • i-i. t-f-X 

Elenor IJecie 79,110 

Eliza 9 

Elii:a.beth 6,9,10,11,12, 
13,13,21,22,24,27,28.- 
31,32,33,35,38,39,41, 

/o ■■ 'O t:': ^ ' in-" 
•T^,H-r,^7,^'^, l'r,J-^'T 

Elisabeth 3. 36,53 

Elizabeth II. 39 

Elizabeth Ja,nfe 44,63 

Eliza Debasha 56 

Ella Agnes 33,55,77,78 

Ellenor 30 

Ellen Rosa 36,45,53,65 

Eloise 81 

uxma ('.J 

Elmer Ellsworth 47,67 

Elmira 31 

Elsie o^ 

Elsi.. Gretell 74,103,. 

140 
Elva Lounette ^1 
Elver Viiesley 67,94 
Elvira 29, 30, 39, ^;3 
Emma 57 

Emma Gertrude 80 
Emma Lee 37,55,56,76,77 
Emmanuul 66,39 
Emory 50 
Ernest 5j 
Ervin Let; 60,83 
Ervin Ray 33 
Est a May 60 
Ethel Ma,ry 53, ul 
Ethel May 47 
iitta (jc 

Etta Elizabeth 65 
Eva 85 
Eva Lou 62 
Eva Rachel 80 113 



- F - 

Palbia 5;, 70 

Pern 82 

Errrell McCain 63 

riavious R. 61,83 

Flora Ann 43,62 

Flora Pauline 80,112 

Florence Evelyn 66,99 

Flossie Leigh 66 

Poyell 36,119 

Foy L^fc 79 

Frances 2 

Francis Aline 63 

Francis Marion 52,74,103 

Frank 52 

Frariki Ma,rie 34 

Franklin Cicero 39,56,73,79 

Fred Edward 114 

Fred Hillsman 119 

- G - 

Gedith Delia 53 

Genath 34 

Geneva May 79 

Gerald Oscar Jr. 94 

Gerald Oscar Sr. t;7,94 

George 12,13,14,15,21,55,77 

George Donovan 60 

George R. 45,65,37 

George Russell 37 

George V.'. £l4,3't 

Gertha 60 

Gertrude 51,71 

Gilbert Mitchell 123 

Gilda GrajT S3 

Gladys Elizabeth 78,110 

Glenda Arm 30,113 

Glenda oune xce/ 

uuiaon trJ) 

Grace Lieuretta 33 

Gregory Allien 94 

Grover Clifton ^1,71 

uUS nlxv; 51 , /J 

- H - 

Ilaidee .T.delaide 51,73 
Ilammett Andrew Alexander 

5^,^-L 
Hammett Andrew Jr. 81,113 
Ilararriett Laggett 60 
Harold A. 6l,33 
Harold E. S5,ll6 
Harold E. Jr. II6 
Harry Richard 87 
Hazel Lucile 79,110 



11. 



Tf n - 1 
11. u, jx 

II. Eou£l:.o 110 
Helen 61,31,32 
Hclcri H. 86 
Iluloji Eli:;c.beth 32 
Henry 20,29,30,42 
Henry Glcy 33,49 
Henry L. 6.\,dtO 
Henry Leo 65 
Henry Shuford 60 
Herbert Bryan ;;1, 71,99 
Hirarr. 39 
Ilobart L. 32 
Howard B. 79 
Howard M. 33 

- I - 

Ira .ill en jl 
Iris iiu.th 111 

Isaac .^. 30,44 

Isabel 41 

Isabellc Kussell 33,37 

- J - 

Jacob Clifton II4 
Jacob Edward 42,61,33 
Jacob Everett 84,115 
Jacob Ransom .Isbury 

6 2 , 84 
Jacob Ransom Asbury Jr. 

O r 

James 1,3,10,11 

T . .. ^ • fl Q.' 

Jarr.es .1. Jr. 84 
James .ii'thur jC 
JaiTies C , 33 

James Edward 47 

James Fraiiklin 35 

James Fred 2,7,55,11 

Jam^s Glen 80,112 

James L. 37,120 

o ames ^ee ^^^,0^^ 

T ^ ,- - -J ' 

u-iiiiu'w ^0 

Jored [Jarrott] 13, 3^ 

Jean 110 

Jeaii i'ej.cier oO 

Jeanatte Cusan 42, 6I 

Jennicc Elizabeth 37,- 

Tin 

Jennie Bell 65 

Jenny May 56,80,111,112 

Jehu Molvin 43,62,84 



Jerry VJa^-ne 12C 
Jesse 30,31,41 
Jesse W. 28,29,41,60,32 
Jesse I-'icClain 61,8.3 
Jessie Elizabeth 39,60 

Jcttic 4^1 

John 1,2,3,6,7,3,9,10,11, 
12, 14, 1^,16,17, 18, 20, 23, 
24,25,28,32,33,34,43,49, 
57,53,67,74, " 

Joe iiaj«~ x£-0 

John A. 34,50 

John iiddison 41,32 

John B. 19,20,25,28,29,34 
3.^ , 36 , 37 , 4 '- , 4v> , 49 , >0 , >'2 , 
54, 61, 63,69, 70, 71, 73, 74, 
7^,76,77,73, 53, 9-;, 9^,96, 
97,93,99,100,101,102,103 
104, 105, 106, 107 , 103, 109, 
131,132,134,135,136,137, 

John Ball l8,19, 24, i:3,33, 

34,35,36,37,42,45 
John C. 25,37,38,54 
John Columbis 73,101,102 
John Dallas 79 
John F. 44 
John II. 71 
John Henry C5 
John Jr. 16,23,£-'+ 
John Luther 56,73,110 
Johnnie iiutl. 89,123 
John Richard 64,85 
John Robert 37,120 
John Roy o7 
John Zt. 15,16,23,24 
John V«ayno 102 
John V»<;;sley 33,42,-r5,'^7, 

55,66,67,81,89 
Joseph 32,114 
Joseph Gilbert 60 
uOoupninc jj),'r I , ^ I , > J 
Josephine Elizabeth 6I 
Joseph Xing 64,36,119 
Joseph King Jr. 37,119 
Juanita xu9 
Judy Carol 120 

oUxlu, i^, cc, cj, O ( 

o ul X a J . -r 1 

Julia Katherine ll-i 

Julia La Donna 77,103 

Julia R. 30,45 

J. W. 23,42 



- K - 



Kai:u T 


-V.:. ..^ 






Kii 


lott* 


1?3 




Kenneth 


35,li4 






Kenneth 


Proston 


C^M 


115 


Kermit 


59 






ICizirJi 


35 







- L - 

Larry Randall 33 

Larry - \'.'. 

Larry . .^ 

Laura Elizabeth 124 
iLauretta 6I 
■ Laui^io Lynn 132 

Lawrtjice 61 

Ltlajid "irideth 85 

L«^lia Fern 71,99 

Lena J • ^6 
uona ux 

Lctitia 36 

Levi Moffit 60 

Levi Moffitt Jr. 60 

Libby Carol 119 

Lilliaii jO 

Lilliaii Georgifi 4^,66 

Lillie B. % 

Lillie Lee 59 

Linda Xay 112 

LindsOj/ Ra^' 123 

Liza Grty 115 

Lora Ellen 43 

Lorotta 34 

Lori Aiui 112 

Lou 43 

Louisa 47 

ijOUx&a .1. jjfjc 

Louisa J. 4^,vi 

Louiau 33 

Louis Eugene 80 

Louis Gliriai 5^,30 

Lou Vina 41,-/3,82 

Lucille 85 

Lucy 2,30,73 

Lulu V. 52,73 

Luretta 34 

Lute 50 

Lynn .jme 124 

- M - 

M. A. 40 

Kabel 59,60,35,116,143 



111. 



Kabcl Elizabv^th 63 
Madgo Virginia 120 
Maggie 64,85 
Maggio Louolla 65 
Maggie Kao 66,90 
Margaret 6I 
Margaret .'uin II9 
Margaret Fay 110 
Margaret Jane 87,119,145 
Margaret Marie IO9 
Marilda Leonard 33 
Mark 12<; 
Martha 28,29,^0,43,60 

Martha Loiv^-lla 56 
Martha L^^dine 80,112 
M-irv 6 <^ 1 1 "I ' 1 ■" 1 o 

00 ^1 "^^ "^"> ~t' i"> ;'/*^ 

^U , ^1 , ^ro , J J , Jh- , T-L , jO , 

52,87,89,120 
Mary Alice 78 
Mary Caroline 40,57 
Mary E. 35,41,48,55,74, 

73 
Mary Edith 79 
Mary Elisa 5^ 
Mary Elisabeth 37,55,62, 

66,39 
Mary Elizabeth Christine 

Mary Eugenia 4I 
Mary H. 44,64 
Mary J. 30,34 
Mary Jane 31,41 



Mary Lillian 85 

Mary Lou 45,65,81, Hi 

Mary Louise 86,118 

Mary Magdalene 39,55 

Mary Margaret 60 

Mary Shoi'O 111 

Mary Virginia 67 

Mary Vi. 86 

Mary l;il£;on 64,86 

Mathe-w 1 

Matilda Jai.e 47 

Mattie Caroline 85 
Mattiu Cleveland 64 
i^at ie G • ^^± 
Mattie I. 87,119 
Maude 47,63 
Maudie Be, 11 73,109 
Max 109 

Maxine 71,99,137 
Medora Abegail 56 
Melba Elaine 77, IO9 



Mulba Kee (j9, 12^,., 147 
Melina 35 
Melko-- IJard 27 
Melvin 93 
Melvin Gary 115 

Melvin Ivv-y Luther 
ni: TO 111 

Mulvin James III 

Melvin Jr. 132 

Melvin William d7,94,132 

Mildred 59 

Minnie 62,64,86 

Minnie Adell 47,67 

Molly 37,52 

- N - 

i^adean jd 

i«"adean Margaret 67, 9 h 

r:an 50 

Nancy 31,34,36,57,79,111 
riancy C. 4O 
IJancy Ilaiiks 35,52 
Nancy J. 30,4>' 
Maiicy M. 33,3^,j9iJ'1 
Nainiie 79 
Narda Gail 120 

■>- - -I -I J . r /■ 
nc-Lxl":; UU 

njciSOil Ji-t 

Nina Fearl ul 

ijOaii jy, jU, I J 

Noah B. 79,110 
Norman D. 82 
Novella 59 

- - 

(jctavia tr'- 

Odell Frankliii 79 

C . G. 40 

01iv>=r 39,56,80 

Oliver G. 23, 29,. ;0, 56, 

57,79 
Oneida M. 71 
Ora 47 
Orda 38 

Ossee [Osea,Ose] 27 
Otis l«ff.yne 58,31,114 

- P - 

Pamela 112 
I'ld-i js-^r I (J 
Patience 39 
Pattie 40 
Patricia i^nn 113 



Paul 59, 

Paul F. 85 

Lt. Paul 79 

Pauliitte :,.lberta 84 

Pauline Virginia 45,66 

Pearl 59 

Perry William 71,93,136 

Peter 3,40 

Fhebe [Phoebe] 24,36,39, 

45 
Phebc Jane 34,35,51,71 
Phill 9 
Phillip [on nearly every 

page.] 
Phillip Z. 41 
Phillip Schyler 41 
Phill is Ann II5 
Phyllis 90,110,124 
Pricilla 21 
Fricilla Jaiie II9 

- H - 

Rachel 13,14,15,16,17, 

18,19,20 to 31 incl. 

34,35,38,39,40,41,42, 

46,61,79,80,31,32. 
Rachel Cecil .ilbertson 

50 

Ralph 55,78 
Ralph Ilillsman 86,119 
Randall L. 42,ul,C)3 
Ransom 33 
Ransom Levi 66,33 
Raymond 89,124 
Reason [Reeson, Rezin 
and Reeson V.j 13,20, 

Rebecca 35,6'r,35 
Rebecca Plorena 45,65,37 
Reuben 20,27 
Reuben Edgar 48,68 
Rhonda 33 
Rhonda Jane 11 5 
II. 1. ji,.|-i- 
Ri chard 1,2,25,49,119 
Richard Eugene 7", 103 
xiiciiard F. 3j,'-f8 
Richard Felder 60 
Ri chard FrarJcl in 45 , 64 » 33 
Richard Grant 43 
Richard Hill is 37 
Richara I. 24,25,3, ,36, 
w7 , 140 , I4I , 142-, 143 , 144 , 
145, 



IV. 



Pd chard liams 30,31,37, 

"tO ,*• r/ rr /^ -i c • 

Richard I(. 86 
Richard Rcitzcl 73,110 
Richcy Fo^y S3 
Rilcy 29, 43 J 62, 34 
Tit a Diannc 120 
Robert 1,2,3,86,119 
Robert Dean 112 
Robert Edgar 64,86 
Robert Kieth 86,119 
Robert Lee 37 
Robert Leon 79 
xtobert Lloyd 32 
Robert T. 4I 
iioburt Talmadge 41j60 
Roby Lee 39 

•"•Oe,v-J. J-X.r 

Roger James 77 
Roland E. 81,114 
Rowland tlolvin 34 
Ronald Jehu 84 
Sonnie Holland 110 
Ruby Rebecca II4 
Ruth Dora 79 
Ruth 88 
Ruth Thames 41 



S abort 1 

<J0 



die Oct a 64 



i->allie ^6,39 

Sally :.. 36,52 
Sal vet 10 

45 » 46 , 63 , 64 , 65 , 104 
Samuel :.. 28,40,81,82 
Samuel ^ilexandcr 29,39» 
40,41,56,57,58,-79,30 
Samuel Jr. 16 
Samuel L. 44 
oamuel Laiayette 44,0*^ 

Samuel Lindsay 85 
Samuel 3r. 16,21 
Sarah 13, 25, 26, 29, 30, :-2, 
43,50,61 

Sarcih Elisabeth 60 
Sarah Prances 37,54 
Sarah V. 60,83 
Sarena Llozclle 84,114 



*ealo 4.'irin Corri'j.n"- ,1' 
Stlah E. 40 
Shelby 61 
Shirley Jean 9S 
Shockley D. 42,60,33 
Soloman 29,30,43 
Stamcy Lee 62,84,115 
Stamey Loo Jr. 84 
Steven 112 
^udiw ^1,74 

*^ Lie W^,W^ 

Susan 6, 31, 40, -,5 
Susan E. T. 46 
Susannah 11,12,13,23 
Sylvia 82 

Sylvia Symanth^. Iltn- 
— rietta 45»6e 

- T - 

Teddy V.'illiam 94 
Teola Marion 63,95,132 
Tempy A. 44 
ici'usja ^13 
Terry V.'ilson 85,116 
Terry 'nilson Jr. II6 
Theodore Richard 89,124 
Tutjodorc Kichai^d Ji'.124 
Thomcts 2,8,10,11,15,16, 

■y ^ 1O r^r^ r^r\ r\ \ *-,(- r^/" 
X ( , XU,<nJ,£.il, <i4f,<-5,20, 

29,31,34,44,50,69,70 

Tho mas B . 2^,26 
Thomas K. 40 
Thomas Jr. 16,17,25 
Thomas K. 17,25 
Thomas Marlin 77,109 
Thomas S. 30,31,46 
Thomas Sr. l6,25 
Thomas V.esley 78,109 
Tilmont 64 
Tim 119 

Vader Elvira 58,80 
Vander B^thca 59,32 
.Vera 71,99 
Vera Lee 79 
Vernon Marl in 82 
Victoria 44,84, II5 
Victor M. 59,32 
Vinton 6I 

IT • T ^ r* "^ * "• O"^ 

V XUia \Jm ('Tl J-^J 

TT ■ ^ I - .1. ■ . T t '^ 

V ±OXCO illlll J.X£. 

Virgil 71,39 
Virgil Phillip 7'.' 
Virginia Arlone 89 



o 112 



- Vf - 
Wade- 109 

.'riltor John 37,53 
18 124 

1 ay lie C. 81 
• <j B J. ty t^j 
•West" 45 

.illard Ashburu i , . ; 
U'illiajn [or Wm.] 

V.illiam i*bner 78,109 
William B. 33,34,38,48 
Williair. Ball 19,24,33f37, 

47,4u,49 
WilliaiTi E. 43,56,60 
Viilliam II. 30 
V.illiam [or Vlm.[ Harri- 

-son 29,44,62,63,33. 
V.'illiam HarriBon Jr. 44 f 

63 
Willia/n Henry 35.51f70,71 
William J. 56 
•."illiam Jr. [or '..'m.Jr.l 

ohorcax w ^ . . 
WilliaiTi Samue-1 u5,79 
William Sr. 11 

every psige t;.-. ^ .. 
VJilliam Wesley 40,47, , 

67,79,94 
William Wesley Jr. 
William Wilson 36 
Willie 66 

Willie Christine 63 
Willie Paul 79 
Wilma 71,99,136 
Wilson L. 29,30,43,61 
W. L. 30 

I I^\J 

- Y - 

Yancey 19 

Yancey Fidel 41,58,80,81 

Yancey Stone 81,114 

- Z - 

Zclla way 58 
Zephaniah 10,11 



V. 



OTHER SUHNAI.IES 



iABBO P . 

Geie Douglas 129,149 
Re ;hn, Jcaime 149 
Vi ;ki Ruth I49 

Emia 51,71 
ADAM ! 

Bethel 73,102,139 

Cl-vudc 52,73 

Dennis Cecil 73 

Laurr, 73 

Lois 73 

Mai 4a, Lee 73 

Morris Eugene 73 
/iDAMSOl-: 

Cynthia Llarie 13 1 

Daniel Jam^s I31 

Mar/ E]i;;,aLeth I3I 

Mich'iul Chi'ipt.oi.hcr 1^1 

Pamela 131 

Robert 93,131 

Robert Eranklin I3I 

Sharon Lynn I3I 

;j<:ers 

Kyi 2 Milton SO 
Violet 56,30 
ALBERPoOK 
Amaida 55 
Daniel 34,50 
Ella. 34 
Hal lard 50 



Ida 50 

Lar:in 24,34,35 

La tuu 70 

Lillian 50 

Mo .. 35 

Ora Lee 50 

Rac lel 35»50 

Rachel Cecil 50 

Robert 70 

Roscoc 50,70 

Russell 70 

Stella 50 

Syboal 70 

Valona 50 

William 3. 34,50,70 
.LEWIlffi 

MargT.ret Joy 66,92,129 
X i_j ij Ai n^ J .i-i - 1 

Jeroinc 61 

Mary 60 
.LLEN 

Carolyn Sue 77,109 

Edna 35,116 



John 9 

' T IMT 

Joyci. Virginia 70,142 
;4.IICK 

Marilyn 107,142 
ANDERSON 

OeCl± ; <-r 

Joe Shelby 52,74 
Lawrence 74 
Marvie 55,78 
;jJDREWo 

Richard 12 

.;.RiroT 

Melanie Dawn 133 
Robert Eugene 9^5,133 
Glierri Eileen 133 

;.,SBIIJ 

Carrie Louist 83,122 

iiSIILOCK 
Ivan 74 

• TTtT • -^T 

J affie s Mart 1 n 121 
Karen Leigh 121 
Sharon Lynn 121 
Shirley Ann 121,146 
Vulma C. 79 

- B - 

e.;co:j 

Charles Edward 133 
Rodney Allen 147 
Theodore Albert 122,147 

Bobby Dean 99,137 
Caryloh Fern 99,137 
Ryan Chief 137 

B^-ulah 70-97-135 
George V.'ashington 69 
Virginia Ray 93,132 
E-tLES 

Nancy Jane 98 
Nancy Rose 136 

e:.ll 

OUUlx JJ • iLJ 

i/&niel 19 
James 20 
Jarrett 12,19 
John 17,18,19 
Mary 14,17,20 
Mary Cecil I4 



Noah 20 

Polly 26 

Walter V. 11,21 

V.'illiarn [or Vim.] 14,15? 
16,17,19,20,23 
BANCROFT 

Corrine 69 

Sandra 134 
BARBEE, Elisabeth Ann 135 
BARKER, Gurney 29,60 

DARKS D^lLE 

L e s X i e o^f ,11^ 

Martha Jane 115 
BARinZS 

Charles II6 

Elizabeth 6 

iiufus Glen 141 
Shannon Tarue I4I 
BARRETT 
John 3 

B.iraov; 

Carolyn Ann 104,140 
B^nsjECivE 

Christine 138 

Deborah I3S 

Jcffury 138 

Mark I3S 

Fatty Rose 100,133 

Rudi 100,138 

William [or Wm.] 0.72,100 
3ATT0N 

John Devith 83,122 

Vickie Lucille 122 
B.xiiTEo 

Beatrice Violet 89 
BE*i.uij 

Alex 6 

.'i-lexander 13 

Ninean 6,3,9 

xj^ u i D IjO "^ o w i'i 

J. II. o2 
ijECiv 

A2in 31,114 

Etta 77 

Felix jo 
BEELEY 

.'uigela Lynn I4I 

Ell^n Frances l/.l 

Ellen Maxine 106,141 

J. Lynn 76,106 

Ronald Lynn I4I 

Ross Portland 106,141 



VI. 



BEEIiY 

Ja:nes 3cott 97,133 
Jamos Ccott Jr. 133 

BELK 

J-Jidy Lynni: 127,149 

BELL 

David Eugene 99,136 
Emory 71,99 
Herbert Lcc 99 
Phillip Glen 96 
Robert Eugene 136 
Wilma Joan 99,136 

SlHRENT 

Edda 97,135 [A] 



Ga^-c Lynn 111 

Iv .. . J.lll 

SEliHlx^ii 

Joyce Yvonne 91,123 

T3PTT7-P ■; 

Betty Jean 106,141 

Sarah V. 48 
BILUGi;. 

Cheryl 99,136 

JDi-nLrxLiia 

BIRD, Thelma 73,101 
Robert L., 97", 135 
Robert Eugene 135 

BLACK, Adam 26 
Etta :^m\ .:i,6'J 
May 26 

bl:jcely 



BCLEo 

Cleva 59,32 

Leona 59 
Thomas 41,59 

■UU Li l*LUAi 

Pete 109 

n'ilbur Lynn IO9 
BOLTCi; 

Mary 73,110 
BQIKEMYEK 

Lois 123,149 

booi;e 

Frank L. 132 
Linda Lou 94,132 
Lillian Mae Huffman 132 
BOV.'EN 

Linda Gut 123 

bo;.:-l;ij 

Charle-s Le koy 127 
Jamoi; 111 
"annie Louisa 3l 
IJaoini Louise 53 
BOV.EIiG 

Cromoi' Austin ^0 

Cromer Ervin 66,90 

Donna 128 

Francis Herman 91,123 

J ale 5>',78 

Lcou 89 

Mary Rose 90,12'- 

wattle (O 

Gaiidra Gail 128 
Vickie Frances 123 
\'lCiyTii: Belvin 12>-' 



c-jjiir.i." _^ 



Clarence 6I 


Blt.'.D3UKY 


bl:j3 


Patricia A. 96,1 


Elii;abeth Caroline 75 


ER5DY 


Gladys Llarie 75 


Eva Lee 79 


V;m. 75 


BrvAMA%' 


BODENILII.IER 


Richard 3 


Acenith 43,61 




Elizabeth Cecil 74 


John Brown 10 


John T. 52 




J. T. 35 


Absolum 32,46 


Mollie 52,74 


Adam 46 1. 


'vJilliar. 17 


Albert H. 32 


BUUiliil 


Alice .32 ) 


V.'ilnia 61,83 


Amanda 46 


BOGGG 


Catherine 32 


Flora 62 


Charleo 52 


Peter 62 


Charles A. 32, 3^ 


Will 62 


Clarence 52 


B0H..NN0i: 


David B. 32 


Winnie 32 


Elizabeth 32,46 



. ille Irene 74,103,140 
;y Cusannah 32 

Gi'landa 4e 

R'achi.1 32 

Rebci't 32 

Rufud Kartm 52,74,103 

Gamuel 32 

Gusan M. 3'- 

William 46 

br;.y 

El net a 104 
BRXGGG 

Barbara ^^,.^^ --4,141 

Bobby Gene 104,141 

Brett Da^j-ton I4I 

Terry Waynu I4I 

Thomas DajLc 141 

Toyua Dc Von 141 

Wade Dayton 75,104 

Wade Dayton Jr. 104,141 
BRINGON 

Jesse Cecil 114 

J. Woody 81,114 

Mildred Nan 114 
DRCCK 

Daniel Lindbcrg 84,115 

Randall Lee 115 
BROOKE 

Elizabeth 2 
BROOKG 

Bobby 144 

Deboiah Arm 133 

Doris 117 

John H. 96,133 

Lisa Ellen 133 

Gcott Christian 133 

Stephen Cain 133 

Thomas 144 

Thurston 3^,117 

Thurston Jr. 117 

Tturston III 144 

Todd Stuart 133 
BHOTHERTON 

Sherry II6 



vii. 



BROWN 

Cheryl Lyim 133 
Cindy Kay 133 
Debra Jane 109 
Donna 120,1<.;6 

/j'wf'i.l uX J. ( 

Xcnnc-th E. 9^,133 

Leona 88,12-: 

ramola Sue 133 

Rachel p.. IC 

Richard 73,109 
SROV.'irEITG 

Shirley Iren^ 70,93 
BROWIILZJE 

Roberta 101,139 

■DTiTT-p-^rT'- I 

David 114 

J. 22 

T^^.^v 1 ^ i/C oo 0*1 

brydge:: 

Frances 2 
3UDD 

Albert 100 

Bill 100 

Clifford 100 

Elmer 100 

James 100 

Gybil Imogone 72,101 

Wanda 72,100 

Vianda Loc 100,137 
i^ULLA 

George 4-^ 
BULLCCi: 



Thelma 1] 



43 



BUNDY 

William 14I 
BUIITOII 

Doren.^ 37 
BURFORD 

ThG-.ac 70 
BURGARD 

Peter 97 

Cyl-v-ia 97 
BUIiXE 

Cornelia 44)64 

i.m. l-T 

eurigie;.d 
burlescii 

Robert 110 
BURIJETT 



Cecil 74 
James 32,74 
BURTON 

April Joy 130 

Bernie 53 

Bonnie Sue 92 

Caniu 53 

Charles 53 

Chester Leighton 66 

92,129 
Clyde Harlan 92,129 
Clyde Harlan Jr. I3O 
Cynthia ^um 92 
Dixie Lee 9^ 
jjur^ ^i. 
Dusty Ray 92 

Kerrnit 110 
K>jrmit Ray 66,92 
Lillian Georgia Cecil 

92 
I'iinnie- jj 
Faula J^an 92 
Pol lie Farmer 3o 
Robert allien 00 
oar :ui ^Dft-^ 
Oteven Leigh 130 
Viola Blanche 66,92,129 
Vivian 53 
Walter 42 
V.'illard 92 
V.'illard Lee ^r5>66 
BUTLER 

Dave 120,146 
Kevin Z. I46 

Tobias 13 

butti::ger 

Frances 49 
BYRELY 

i/OxaJia uarj. ±<ij 

Grady Lee 124 

XVCyu ±1^ I 

Kenneth Coy 12.;, 147 
Robert Coy 39,124 
Wayne Ray 124 

- C - 

oiiGLE 

iuayme Lucille 

C- -TTT 
JIJ.IJ 

ii.rnanu.a ijxaine ^4^ 
Bet uy Lee yo 
Buddie Grace 96,133 



Christopher James 133 
David IJoil 142 
Elsie Irenv; Taylor 13 "s 
ijxoIu ifaaiiic >u,xj3 
Fay Jean 96 
Helen Louise 9o»-^33 
Howard Bud 69,96 
James Delmar 96,133 
Jennifer Lynn 142 
John 96 

John Hamilton 96 
John Howard 96,133 
Joseph Neil 107,142 
Kelly Lambert 133 
Kirsten Eli2abeth 133 
Margaret Monasmith 69,96 
I'laiis. x/aniei ijji 
Milinda 3ue 133 
Richard Alan 133 
William Edward 96 

iilex. R. iij 
CALHOUN 

I^attic 111 

iMarion 71 

Charles 9 

DL;wey 59 

Mclva i'larie 9i»l'^7 
Phillis 101,138 
Velma 74 
CAH;J3Y [see Kennedy] 

John P. 81 

Annie 109 

Erma I-Iildred Gmith 109 
Raymond 55j72 
Ronald Dean 77 
Cylvia Lee 77,109 

C' T-iT -r T T1 
-UlLjiLiXj 

Brian Leslie 109 
Carrie Elizabeth 109 
r-Tichael Ira 77, 109 
C.'JlPENTJiJi 

Belinda Lee 134 
Carx-ie Fay 134 
Duff Burton 134 
James B. 96 
Lance Drew 134 
Maury Dean 134 



Vlll. 



CAIffi 

Lloyd 30,113 

Lloyd Thomas 113 

Piuth Ann 113 

SarMU^.1 21,27 
C.UiEICKOFP 

Virginia 85,116 
CAPJiOLL 

Cynthia Jane 104,141 
CARVEL 

Nancy 38 

William [hm.l 16,22 
CASE jDelma Viola 61,94 

Itinnie 50 

Sue .Yvonne 97,135rAl 

Hcxtnc "] J 

Janiuo Michael lOC 

w. II. 7- 

V;illiam Cecil 7j,106 
I'lilliam EVerett 73 
V/illiam Patrick 106 

CASHETT 

Velna Pearl 84II4 

CECILo [sGo Cecil ind.] 

CHA j<E EkLAI 11 

Flora 55 
CHAI/IBEuLIIJ 

Claribol 67,94 

Oc-ry Eugene 112 
Gone 80,112 
Sue Ellen 112 
CILUIEY 

KerL.jrt 72 
Herman Scott 72 
Odie "liolly" 72 
Ruth B. 72 
Walter Gcott 51,72 

cil;ppel[l] 

Betty 122,146 
Brenda Dean 122,146 
Donna .Inn 122,147 
Florence 65,88 
Jack Fr.^ssley 122,146 
James Pruddie 122 
Jessie L^-e 122,146 
John V.illard 122 
Michael ;.lbert I46 
Kohin Lynn I46 
Sherry Jane 122 
Suet t a Jane I46 
CILiSE 

George 96 



CIUSTAIN 

Dcn.a 101 
CHIEF 

Glenda 9<;>,137 
CL.UaCE 

Margaret 30,111 
CLAyTON 

John 36 

CLEMi-iEtrr 

Gradjr- 127,149 

"ichacl Lindsay I49 

Theresa Michelle I49 
CLODFELTER 

■i« E. ^0 

Mattic 57 
CO ALE 

iluf.-htj X. 10^ 
COATS 

3,jtty E. 35,51 
COEB 

Sharon Lee I41 
COE 

Margaret 86,113 

COLE 

H.^lenc 73,101 

Bordcnia 73,102 
COLLETT 

Charles 14,16,17, 

^15,25 

Elezabtsth Ann 123 

Ezekiel I7 

John Fornell 128 

John Wesley 91,123 

Margaret Fay 91,123 

luandall Wesley 128 

William Ray 66,91 

William Robert 127 

Everett 50 

Or\ T (711 1 • >TP 

Libby 118,145 
Ella 34 

it ZiTx CjT J I *+ o 

Betty Ruth II6 
IJancy Jean 116,143 
Ralph 35,116 
Ralph Jr. 116 
Sarah E. 116 

Mildrtd 2 
COO LEY 
Henry 12 



coorcR 

Flfctchor 82 

Jivva Christ ine 91,129 

COPE 

Elizabeth 3 
COniULL 

Gary Dean 99 

Isaac 71, '3 
COX 

Ada Frances 30,111 

Arnold 8 , 111 

Bernicc 80 

DoiUia Jean 112 

Fraiiklin 116 

Caiy Arnold . 

George W . i)C, ^^^ , Lt.1 

Gtorgo K. Jr. So 

Halliu Kat 30 

Irene Liana 111 

Jeniiit Mac Cecil 111 

Jesse Lc Roy 80 

Joel V.ray 111 

Josephine 116,143 

Judith i'lnn 112 

Karen Marie 111 

Linda 111 

Lucy Jane 80,111 

Mary Crawford 116,143 

Fhilbert J. 30,112 

Gaiidra 111 

Thadeua Crawford 84,116 

Williaif, Gltn 30,111 
CR.vI)IX)CK 

Alvia Sue 125,148 

Orville 111 

Twrry Fat 111 
CRiiIG 

David 33 
CR;'i.i<r01iD 

John Willard 83 

Cathjy Ann 112 
Lonnie Wayne 112 
R5sy 80,112 
Teresa Gay 112 
CIL'iVEi' 

Arnold Linville 91,12? 

143 
Athcliuu 66,91,128 
Belvin Const ant ine 66, 

Bessie Louvc-na 66,90 
Cicero Orlando 45,66 
Daniel Wayne 91 
Daniel Wesley 66,91 



IX. 



Eddie Lcc 123 
Gary Ivojno 127,143 
Glcnnic Nor;. 6£,91,123 
Henry Dale 91 

James TLalpli 91,127,143 

James Roland 127 

James Ctanton 84,115 

Janie Jewell 90,126,143 i;m. 117 

Jean 91 GULBERT30N 

Jeffrey V.'ayne 143 James 63 

Jennifer Lynn I48 

Jimm.y Franklin II5 

Julius Linville 66,90, 

126 
Kenneth Lee 91,123 
Linda Carol 127 
Mark Raymond 127 
Mary Frances 91,127 
Mariha Elizafce-fch 66,90 



U .11. 

iJancy 

Roby 
'^ ^ .. - - 


30,45,46 

;1 ^i. 46 




amue 


:1 ^.lexander 


■ a6 


ousaij 


L Elizabeth 


46 


Victoria E. 46 




IRQ USE 







^0 






CULL 

Lena jjlancine 

GuLLY 

J o hn V; ay n e 93,136 
Landa Jolene 136 

Mazy Juanita 83 
I-Iurl D. 83 
Rhoda Suter 83 



Ivancy Jj.nn 127,143 

Octavio, C. 36 

Octavia Caroline 53 

Peggy Ruth 91,123 

Ralph ;.Iichael 127 

Raymond Garcia 66,91,127 I-Irs 

Reva Joyo^ 115 CLTd^Y 

Ronald Linville 127,143 

Samuel 20 

Selonic 'r5,65 

Shuheal 36,53 

Cylvia Frances 127 

Sylvia Samantha Cecil 

90,91 
Theresa Yvonne 128 
CRAWFORD 
Julia 136 
Richard 136 
Rita Lynn I36 
Stephen I36 
Terry I36 

CRENsn.;!-; 

Francis J. 97,135 

Linda Lou 135 

Kancy Sue 135 

Tracy Janette 135 
CROCK 

Daniel 26 
CROOK 



Linda 99 

cu:ji;iwg:lu.i 

Calvin James 12;^ 
CURLEY 

, 140 

;;iiiie :>i. 32,140 



XVci^ J) C 



j3cSS Utf 




Elizabtth 


64 


Fred 85 




Irene 64 








J . H . 4-f 




J. Kari'is 


44 , 64 


J a J. Xr.t o^-i- 




Martha. R.A. 44 


i'lont oij. 




w X J- V c; otp 







69 










Al ex; 


:,nder 


't* 


Eliz; 


:ibeth 


. C 


Jamo! 


3 C. 


56 


Jamci 


s T. 


46 



44 



CuTLER 

Dean Donald 76,107 

Debra Kay lOS 

Sheryl Patricia 108 

Susan Grace IO8 

Timothy -t/ean lOo 
^ • 'T-TT-iT r r^ ~i 

-L'iiiylxjiJL '^ J 

David I.. 117 
Gregory Jilleu 147 
Rebecca 117 
Toyna Christine 147 
Vance M. 36,117 

\*\\i» i'lacr^ x^£i,Xt.f( 

DARR 

Bertie 39 

J. Lawrence 6I 



D' TTr*TTTimV 
ii.\j\jUi:^i.L 

Ben Franklin 84,116 
Richard Keaver II6 
William Floyd II6 



D, 


.1 V ±>-' 








Betty 


Elnora 110 






Carl ; 


59 






Charl. 


is Wendell 103 






Doris 


Ann 117 






Emma \ 


;C 






Floss: 


ie Cynthia Cecil 


103 




Harry 


103 






Harry 


Hayworth 74 






Harry 


c. 52,74 






James 


78,110 






J ail e 


LIS 





J . W . 74, 103 
I'larshall 06,118 
Marshall Jr. II8 

Ralph 74,103 
Sharon 111 

V. . . 103 

Richard 26 
Sarah Luisa 29,43 
DEATON 

Ariiie Hugh 120 
Frederick Hugh 120,146 
Jennifer I46 
M. P. 82 
Phillip 146 

XlEl'lriLL 

John 6 
Mary 6 

Ft:tc;r -^ 

DEIJTON 

Erick 131 

Leslie Ijl 
DEIiR 

Alice Gates 68 

Edith Lutitia 68 

John H, 63 

l:jun.-ixn 

Joann 112 
DICAVGLI 

Cathy Ann 99 

Connikj Louise 99 

Don 71,99 
DICKS 

Laura 6I , 33 

Nona 53 

Nona Magdalene 65,75 

Vivian 6I 



i 



DICCNC 

' 1 -• - . 

riFFIGIO 

Nick Lawrence II 127 1 
143 

Nick Lawrence III 148 
EILLARD 

J. C. J7 
IDILLIUGEK 

Richard 113 
DICCKER 

Emory 36,46,^2 

Henry 3^,46 

Julianna 52 

Ca,lly Bratton t>2 
rOBE3 

Sccca 50,69 
DODSOII 

Beulah Kullins 77 

David 77 

Elizabeth 36 
LORCETT 

Doro-thca 36,118 
DOL'XETT 

Richard 7 
DO'mI.LuJ 

John 3 

T\r>T.Il>TTT; 1 

Connie ouc xj7 
Elena Gpry 100 
Georgo E> 1 d 
George Eldc 72,100 
George Nicholas 100 
o cine .inn xj7 
Leo V.'ayne 100,137 
Linda Kay 137 
Marjory iferie 100 
Rita Marie 137 
Robert V.'ayne 137 
Vickie Lee 137 

I}ov;ni:;G 

Walter Lewis 70,97 
Walter Lewis Jr. 97,1 
DOYLE 

Henry 13 

X'^u.xXit.Lj 

' ^J- V - 1 -- *^ 

Elizabeth 6 
DUGINGEU 

Helen Irene 35>77 



LUKK 

Ira B. 59 
L'JlilL-wM 

Ethei. 61|03 
LUCENBERlvY 

H.R. 25 
DL'VAL [ DIA'ALL , DOUALL] 

Mare en 6,9 

ware en Jr. 9 

Uart'cn 3r. 9 

Hi roan 3 

Mircan Jr. 8 

- E - 

E..NEG 

Altuji't 143 
Cam 143 
Carey II6 

Cecil 85,116,143,144 
Cecil Jr. 116,1.13 
Charles 35,116 
Charles Jr. II6 
David 143 
Janies 116,143 
John Burke 35,116 
John Burku Jr. 116 
Julia 116 

Kathryti 35,116,144 
Kelly 116 
Kim 143 
Linda 143 
Ralph 35,116 
Ralph Jr. II6 
Rebecca II6 
Rebecca Cecil 35 
Robert 35,116 
Gaily Catherine II6 
Samuel o^,lxo 
3cott 143 
Shelly Ann II6 
Tei'r^ J cuie XH*+ 
Thomas 1't't 
Thomas S. 64,85 
Thomas 2. Jr. 35 
William 116,144 

ijlloIjijiL. 

35 Berton All^n 100 
E^xoxOXv 

Anna 50,70 
ECHERD 

Martha Jane 122 
EDDINGER 

David 79 

Roy 65 



ELDERXN 

Sdith 2>,26 
EL_....- 

George 25 
ELLI3 

Daniel Dean lO 

Hazel Vandiii- 

Ja<r.e8 IO9 

Charon Kay IO9 

ZMSOTi Elizabeth 109 
ELLIOTT 

Charles 40 

Christina 28,40 

Elijali 17,25 

Esther 23 

Esthur Elvira 40 

Lucind^ yj 

Martha Elizabeth 55 

Cusannah 40 
ELi-iOIiE 

C. W. 97 

Lynotte 105 
ELVERI'L'Ji 

H. 25 
EMBLER [iLlDLElv] 

Dugan 39 

Elizabeth Jane 28,39 

Hardy 39 

Louisa 39 

Necy 33,39 

Raymond Ode 11 90 
EMEi:C0N 

Calvin 106,141 

Deborah Collette 141 

Theodore Ross 141 

Timothy Kent 141 
KICLEY 

niidcroon t.\j 
ERIK30N 

Clifford A. 33,119 

Panic la Jane II9 

Stephen Andrew 119 

Vickie Cecilia 119 
EKinUJcT 

F.u. 87 

iaiHXK 

Pamela Jane 119 

Cainucl R. •+<t 

Bacil Kicth 102 
Bacil Roy 51,73 
Beatrice 64,87 
Blanche 6.', 
Carol Sue 102 



XI. 



Cecil Hampton 73,102 

El lard 64 

Elsa o4 

Gloria Fern 102,139 

Haidcc C>-cil 102 

Joe 64 

T TJ .' .' 
U . it. --T 

Junious 64 
Kenneth Roy 73,102 
Levi Ira 73,102,139 
Margaret Louise 38, 11 
Mary K. ^h- 
Mary H. Cecil 
Mary Lynn 102 
Paul 6.; 
Pearl 64 



■Q-T 



-J- .-_,- T-lO 

>_. l/(. veil i ju 

Thomas iLUssell 101, 13o 
Timothy Harris 133 
Valentine 35,51 
Walter N, 100,137 

- F - 



Burl 107,142 

Ctephen Burl I42 
FAIKCLOTH 

V.'illiam Thoma 
I'.^IKEY 

J.F. 116,1.3 



133 






Kuth 74,103 



jUVli 



IT'- 



102 



.enr 



Kully 
FiiiiLlEo 






143 

. Albc 



-r ( 



Vincent 102 
h'illiam Joseph 102 

EVERILUiT 

Betty 120 

Elvie ;.Iay 91,126 

Myrtle Evelyn 90,126 

Tom 65 
El-.'IiJG 



Betty Jo 7'=^ 1 101 , 13'-' 



FERGUSOK 

Mat i 1 da iT.nn 



Buddy Harris 101,133 

Brian I38 

Charles Clifford 51,72 

100 
Clara 72,100 
Clem V. 137 

Clemis Valentino 72,100 
David '..'ayne 137 
Deborah 130 
Edna 72,100 
Edward Eli 100,133 
Finis Eli 51,72,101 
George Kussfell 72,101, 

138 
Gina I3G 
Jean ^j.in 137 
Mary 51,72,101 
Mildred 72 
Naomi N. 72,100,137 
Nina r'lorence 101,133 
Odie Estella 51,72 
Reuben Holliday 129 
Robert Harris 72,101, 138 "^^^^^ ^J 



Garin 3cott 103 
Rol^.nd Eugene 77,108 
1 iiiuix JeriUn 

I.'yrrtle 53,65,75 

1-lUiO S 63 

i' JlUVO i ilii 

Lydia .1. 21 
r iliLiy£iii 

Inez Fulenwider 41,60 

Barbara Lynn 121 



Iii^w William 87,121 
3onja Leigh 121 






-I -> r 

J.XU 



1 A'' 



Katherine 
FETTERLING 

Betty Doris 93,132 

HELD3 , Levi 59 

Macy 84',115 
FISHER, Ann "14, 23 
FArinie Etta 51,71 

Bobby Ray •97,135[A] 

Debbie Sue 135[a] 
IRobin Roy 135[A] 

Vickie Jean 135[A] 
FITZGEPJ.LD, Butler 60,83 
Clotus C. 83 



Lonnie 83 
Walter ai 



Koscfiiary Quails 111 

Theda 81,113 
FLINCHEM 

Barbara 34,115 
FLOYD 

Mary Elsiu 89 

■or '%ri'T\i 

Calvin 59 

Geneva Elizabeth 54 

Gordon Cecil 54 

V.'m. 37,54 
FOLTZ 

James L3.rry 147 
arry noya \ilc,\^[ 

Wendy Alicia 147 
FORBES 

Eugene 36 
FORRESTiJi 

JjOUgxaa ictxX xdx 

FOSTER 

Alonzo Marion 5'-, 76 

uulXxa ^vxltn xu ( 

David Cecil 107 



Forrest Marion 76,107,142 
Gay Christ a 76,107,142 
Gfc;ra,ldine W'anda 76,107,143 
Hollis .ilfred 76 
Joann Carol IO7 
Lucille Elva 76,107,142 



I'lirx .-i.xonz,o /e,x 



'I 



07 



Stephen G. 113 
Terry Alonzo 107,142 
Terry Alonzo Jr. 142 
Velva Myrtle 76,107,142 

FOL^S 

■ Folly 26 

FIuiLEY 

Essie Ray 91,127 

I'lUliJXiljIl. 

George 59 
FREEI'uJT 

Aus tin 122,146 

Kathy 146 

Kent 146 

Tammy I46 
PRITTS 

Gertrude 86,119 
FROST 

John 25 



Xll, 



Andrea Mario 121 
Barthclc-ncw Everett i; 
Donna 121 
Stephen 121 
Steve 87,121 

- G - 

ilobert 32 
GALL-.GKni 

Larry 99,137 

Patrick Scott 137 
GALLIMOHE 

Dclphirxa L. 37 

Thomas 3,9 
G.JiCi:^ 

Deborah Catherine- 131 
Dennis Charles 131 
Francis Joseph 131 
Gloria Ellen 131 
John r-Iitchell 131 
Joseph 93,131 
Kathleen Mari^ 131 

^iHnic ( o 
GARIIER 

Grad;y' 6'3 
G..PJ1130IJ 

Elaine 39 
GEE 

John Henry 71,99 

John Henry Jr. 99 

3uni^ Colleen 99 
GESIOROr.KI 

Kelvin I.Iarie 76,103 

Ltj-ijij^ij. |_axljbjjj.J 

Sarah Elizabeth 43 
Car all V. 48 

iw/IXl^S .1. <-t.o 

Genevieve 97 
GILVJIRE 

Glen2.a 37, J5 
GITTIIIG 

Phillip 9 

Thomas 3,9 

r-i-i^j) — r ri 

GLiioCOE |_GL-iij\jujjj 

Aileen Frances 90»12J 
Ann Symcaitha 90,125 
Betty Emelino 90,125 



Christina 29,43 

Cletus I^ar^lin 90 
:i Llva Dora 90 

Eth^l Catherine 90 
12^, 147,148 

Etta Lou 90 

Eugend 123 

Garland 125 

Joyce Gail 127,148 

Katy 12; 

Linda 125 

Shirley .'jui 125 

V.'illiam [Wm] Troy 
90,12^ 

V.'m. Troy 3r. 66,90 
GLOVEl: 

ilenry G 
GO FORTH 

Catliy 140 

Johii Zebulon 140 
GO RDO 1 J 

Calinda Chore 120 

Catherine 26 

D« D« CO 

Elander 26 

James 26 

John co 

Jouniij T'ichael 120 
146 

Johniiy Michael Jr. I46 

Levi 26 

Lydia 26 

Mickic Movita 120,146 

Sarah 25 

Terry Max 120 

Willard Hoy 120 

V.'m. 26 
GORE 
Mm. 43 

Chailus Douglas II6, 

i.;3 

lielcn lif3 
Paul 143 
Glu.Y 
v.. c. 57 

Betty 36,119 
GliAIJT 

Mary Elaine 103,140 

GRANDSTAFP, Kenneth Cj^, 97 
Kennth- Ray 135 V 135 
Richard '.Vayne 135 

GREEN 

Herbert Elwood 51 
Matilda 34,50 



Giinin 

Fr^.nki 63,3/, 
rt 40 

...v....,:i [1:1] 

<«iloon f-1 

->--"■"' ''-V 7'- 

C:ilvin Dfiwfcs $Z 

92 
_...-... ' 129 
Eliza ; 91,l?8,149 

Zrvin L. 63 
Av:. 61,33 
J amt-s 56 

Jar... 3 Gr-.dy 91,1^9 
Jcuri..ii Grad^- Jr. 129 
Jerry '..'eeley 129 
J. Frank 66,91 
Jo Arji 129 
Joseph Wc-sley 91,129, 

149,1^ 
Linda Saley 12^ 
Lizzio 59 

Rosctta Marie 129,150 
Ruth ;uin 129 
Violet Ruth 91,128,149 
GRIFFITH 

I.'ora 66,83 
GRii'ui'^ 

Carl A. w4 
GR0G..N 

Larry Craig 149 
John Ishni&fcl 123,149 
John Randy 149 
Mark Aiithony 149 
Robi^rt Kieth 149 
GROr«SETIi 

Eunice Opal 76,107 
GROVES 

Charlc..!. 75,105 
GaUBBlSj 

Catherine 26 
Frederick 26 
Janifc 85,116 
Kathleen 88,121 
GUiCLEY 

Barrel 1 ILaywood 92 
Edith Madeline 92,129 
Elwanda Burton 92,129 
Gin^wr Carol 129 
John Lee llDywood 66,92 
Renne Lee 129 
Ronald Lee 92,129 
Ronald Scott 129 
Sheila Mane 129 



Xlll. 



HAASE 

V.'arron G. 94,132 
HACKLEf.L-J'I 

Camden Edward 71), 106 

Catherine ITaomi :;4» 
75,106 

Clara Lorcnc ;;4 

Clarence Edward 54,73, 
106 

Dana Jo 105 

Daniel Everett 105 

Doris .urn 10 j 

Dulciu Lillian 7^,105 

Ed. 37 

Edward Dwayne 105 

Gertrude Lorene 75,105 

Iloli^ii Grace 7l^,105 

Jeifry 3cott 106 

Kent V.'ayne 105 

Leila Pern 75,106 

Lola I.Iae 75,106 

Randall Loe 106 

Ray Lynn 105 

Roberta Jean 105 

Robert Gene 75,105 

Robert Otis 75,105 

Roy Edwa,rd 75,105 

Sarah Frances 75 

U'm. Edw. 54 
IL'.ISLF/ 

W. E. 115,143 
iLiuuEK 

Cordie 69,97 
IL.LVERTO-M 

Hat tic t^o 
HjiMFTOii' 

E. v:. 51 

I'lelta Jeanne 111 
ILlREG 

xiitniAl' r . jj) 

TT ■ T-. -T.-^ T1 

lUi.i.\.A^' -t 

Eddi>^ ..shburn 124 

Edward Ray 90,124 
HARPER 

Clarence Felix 90,124 

Rose -am 124 
IL'xRRELSGIT 

Fred 117,144 

Richa,rd 144 

Susan Jean I44 
H.;RRI3 

Elisha D. 33 



Loui.- e 72 

i'i3.t u 16 L. Oy 

irJdaSOIT 

Edward Taylor 92,129 

Michael Ray 129 
nn-,-,^. — T-- TOO 

'T • rirn'T ■ >T 

Carolyn Lou 120 
Grad^' E. 1^*^ 
liDj o7,l<^0 
IL".RTCH0RII 

iinna xrene j<-r 
Christa Claire >4,7e 

-p, - T 1 ^ TT-; „ 1 „ ■• ' 7/C, 
L(-a-X-l. 1. 1UJ.CI J'-r ) fe 

Delphina Cecil 76 
Elsie J.lburthia 54 
Emma Jessie 54 
Ei'ncst Clyde 54 
Kilton V.'illiam 37,54 
Ivanda I^-rtlv; 54,76 
V.'illa Vinca 54,76 
Ze-lma I-Iarie 54,76 

TT ■ "-T/'T->T T 

Butty Jane 98,136 
Cleo 70, 9e 
ILiTFIELD 

Carl M. 7-;, 103 

Uiulxd luj 

James G. 74,103 
Luthv^r 74 
Martin L. 74 
Mary R. 103 
Viola 103 

TT ■ T TrXTT'- 
ii-L».i\.lAJo 

Jane o 

TT • v-nn" 

David 144 
Johathan 11 0,1^1-4 
HiiyilEG 

Dora Elli^n 62 
Evelyn Viuiit 75,105 
Francini 62 
Herman 62 



Joseph 



u • ir J , et 



Butty Joan 90,126 
Floy D. 59,81,39 
Jerer.'iiah Z^ 
Margaret l8,26 
Kicajah 24 

""f. . -.- -t- 1 - <" O 

HEDGECOCK 
Clyde 81 
Cynthia Dawn I48 



Herman Leroy 126,148 

James 58, '-"O 

Kcrmit 8I 

Mary Maria 6I 

Fervis 39 
HEDGEC 

Maradi 98,135 
HEBRICrC 

Harvey 64 

Jose 113, l;r4 

T T. :> /y 

Gamuul E. j6 

-TT.T^fl-T-il .T>-r TT/^-pT-l 

Dorothy 76 
Fred 55,76 

TTT-T fTTTi": > ^ ; t ■ ■^TT-» 

Amos 51,70 

Falbia Cecil 93 

Ophelia Margaret 70,98,136 

^nna Laurence 100 
Lawrence 100 

HT-^^«T^T^ • 1 t 

»T ■» 1 • ^ r^ 

ivtiiiu uy 
KEI'ulI CK 

Donald Lee I4I 

Donald Gteven I4I 
HENDERSON 

Belinda Raker 65 

Carolyn Yvonne 129,149 

Joyce Ann 126,148 

Lanning 65 

Lois Paulette 129,149 

Margie Jane Lanning 65 

Mildred Annette 129,149 

Robert Ivilliam 128 

Ruby Alicu 129,1.:9 
HE?.T!RICK[G] 

O • -1. « J.UU 

Fauntella 75,106 

Edward DewSyne 129,150 

Karun i:a\\ I5O 
HENRY 

Clarence '..'illard 72 
HEPLEIi 

David 26 

James Everett 62 

Randall Hooker 113 
HEIvD 

John F. 33 

TTT^rtr-TT-nv 

Mattie 63,84 
HESTER 

Bessie Lcdbetter IO6 



XIV, 



i 



KIATT 

Bruce VJayne 123 
Frank Lawrence 123 
Frank Luther 123 

IIICK3, 

Roll and E. 71 

HILL 

Benjie D. 123 
Billy Joe Jr. 123 
Billy Joe Gr. 91,128 
Calvin Odell 122,146 
Cynthia l:enee 146 
Effia :.l. 79 
Emma Lillian 63|37 
Ethel 59,32 
Howard Blake 128 
IJi chard Virgil "• '^'^ 
V;m. I'o 

AjiTies 41' 

Bennie Lee 126,143 

Bernie Lorenzo 34,114 

Bertha Estelle % 

Ernory 4-'j 

Eric Christopher I4S 

Everett % 

Geraldine 111 

Geraldine Elisabeth 11 

Glendora i+^j 

John 24,45 

John V.'. 3f',4!3 

John 'u'elborn 30,36,45 

Martha 36,37 

'^"'r- 1-1.-- ~» I'C "> T 

iuctrj- j)0,3^ 

Kary Elizabeth 34)50 

nii:EC 

Donald Percy 30,125 

Janice Ann 125 

<j oy itSnee xt.^ 

Judy Carol 125 

Kary Jean 125 

Fatricia Dianne 125 
EI?fi^LE 

Dermont 122 
niXOIT 

Gertrude 69 
HOBBS 

Mary Ellen 91,129 

Rena Lemone 80,112 

HODGSIT" [IN] 
Esther 59 
Esther Bernice £2 
Ida 32 
Thos. 52 
Velma 6I 



HOEIXHAUS 

Geo. H. 30 
HOLBnOOK 

Lois 3ti,il7 
HOLLEi: 

Bebrah Lynn 135 
Douglar. Scott 135 
Faye Si 
V.'endcll Barrell 97,135 

nOLLOI-.'AY 

Elizabeth 30 
HOLMEG 

Hellen Ferren 76,107 
HOOVER 

Mary Alice 85,117 
H0FKIIJ3 

Aaron Ilent 13^ 

Bradley Allen 135 

Eric Alan 135 

Jerry Norman 97 » 135 

Leonard L. 100 

3tephen Mark 135 
HOGKIMGOi: 

Brett 139 

Bebra Elaine 139 

Duane Thomas 139 

Lieja 1j9 
4 Mark 139 

Richard Neal 139 

Robert Franklin 139 

3cott 139 

ocott Addison 73,101 
133 ^^ 

Sylvia Mae lul,13>-' 

Thomas F. 101,139 

Timothy- Craio' 139 

V.'illiam Franklin 73 

V.'illiar,-. S. 101,139 

Mi'i. T. ;>1,72 

Ace 69,97 
jiiiiia Mciy)" 9 1 
Bernice 69,97 
Catherine 3 
Bale o9 

uaxe y I 

Glen 69 
Hamilton 69 
ICile 69 
Reva 69,97 
Vita 69 

David Cecil 119 
Emory Lewis 87,119 
Emory Lewis Jr. 119,145 



E.T.- ^- ■ 


r , 


Jr 




James 


Rowlaj. 


Lulu 




Jlary :. 




HUDSON 




Ar, 




Ch 


^ ^. . . 


121 




J p. 




If - 

Ac; 


■ .. ...*-.. 


Kennet 


h Allen J 


HUFF 




Thos. 


?*•? 


huGGIiiw 






: IC? 


Alson 


40,57 


Carx'ie 57 


Ed. 40,^7 


Nancy 


40 


Oliver 57 


Ollie 


40 


W. R. 





HULSCY 

Donald 96,134 
Shawn Patrick 134 
Todd Steven 134 

hli:t 

Annie Bell S9,124 

LT ■ ^ 

i-tarCdXxxa J I 

Minnie Louise 57 
Thomae 40 
Thomas V.', 57 
Zebulon 16,17 

hu!;tei{ 

Carl 97,134 

Gilbert 134 

John 134 

Robert 134 

Sarali 134 
lRJSs<Tf 

Judy 126 
h^JTSON 

Paul Jr. 99 

-I- 

lECL 

Ewight Vernon 129,149 
Sherry Leigh 149 
Susan Lynn 149 



XV. 



Lj 



1 1A1.:S [ IJAI.IES , I AI.SS ] 

Calvin 33 

Elizabeth 20, 3S 

Esther 33 

George T. 33 

George Vjashington 33 

Henrietta 13,30,31,33 

John C. 33 

Lucy 29 

I'lary 3 o 

Kelvirxa 38 

Nancy 13,19,24,33 

Nancy Carvel 30 

Preston 38 

Rachel E. 33 

Richard 19,31,37,43 

Sally 33 

Samuel 3. 38 

ThomaG M. 16,10,22, 
24,30 

T. :.i. £0 

"Wash" 33 
ILLMAIJ 

Kary 56,79 
i:/[BLER [see Emblcr] 
INGRA].: 

Richard IO9 
IRLS , Lucile 93 
/ ^ - J - 

Dorotlv' 63,96 

Joyce Ann 134 

Mary Nadine I34 

Norman 134 

Norman L. 97,134 

Ronald 134 

Wilfred Rchert 72 
JACOiBS 

Mary Ilov/ell 36,llS 
JANSEIJ 

iJarah Jane 47,67 
JARRETT 

Carl Ashely 90 
JCIIANJSS 

Patricia 99,136 
JOIINSOi: 

Albert Lrnest 90,126, 
143 

Allen C-orrsll 66 

Anna IO9 

Annie LIj— tie 66 

Billy Robert 90,126 

Brer.da Kay 126 

Bruce Edward 126,148 

Calvin 100,138 



ua oue xc-j 
Carol Ann 97,135 
Caroline 133 
Carol Joseph 91,127 
Carlton Lee 126 
Charles David 126 
Clyde Daniel 90,126 
David 138 

ij e ± 1 ± ctn i_ii+ , i X > 

Delos Samuel 66 
Donald Ray 90,126 
Donald Royal 97 
Earl 53 

Edward Glen 66 
Ernest Gaither 66,90 
Frances Gayle 125,143 
Fred Ashburn 66 
Fred Dennis 126 
Fred Lee 91,126,148 
Helen Samantha 9^ 
Irvin Lee 66 
Janet Gay 97,135 
Jeanette Ann 126 
Jefiry 14>j 
Jolm Calvin 66 
u onii «esj.t.'|y 00 
Karen Evelyn 125 
Larry Roger 125,148 
Larry Scott I48 
Leon Perry 66 
Lester 138 
Lisa Anri 126 
Lizzie Lou 66,91,129 
Lynn Rae 127 
Margaret -arn 91,128 
Margaret Ellen 126,148 
Marlena I38 
war unci xiim OJ 
I'lia xiawn 14*^ 
1'iiciiej.xc xou 
Nadine o9 

t adx -iiiSuxji oL.',;^x 

Pauline Virginia 

Cecil 91 
Phyllis Adelaide 126 
Ray Eugene 126 
Rebecca Ann 126 
liicKy Lee lc6 
Roger 13 
Roger Earl 126 
Roscoe Jason 9 
Royal A, 70,97 
Ruth Leona 66 
Sandra Kay 127 
Scott 138 



Thurrrian Lawrence 90,126 
Tresa Ann 126 

Walter Linville 90,125,148 
Wayne Linville 91,127 



JOL': 



row 



Doris 75 

Eleanor 33 
JOINER 

Willis 80,113 
JONES 

Amanda 64,85 

Angelyca Lj'nette 149 

iinnie May 91,127 

Beverly Jean 135 

Bobby Wayne 123 

Charles Edward 147 

Charles Franklin 123,147 

(./iial xeo rlxClc oo,l^j 

j/onala Ray Idj 
Donald Robert 127,149 
Donald Vane -149 
Eldridge Madison 75,106 
Evelyn Joan 127,149 
Filmore 93,135 
Gary Richard 127 
Gladys Audeen 66,91 
J. ua Uif 
Keiineth 102 
Larry x/ean xj> 
Leon Wallace 107,142 
Lewis Thomas 66,91,127 
Louvxta May 102,139 
Lucy 50,69 
March W. 73,102 
Margie Faye 127 
Mary Ella 65,37 
Melinda Catherine IO6 
Millie Edna 78 
Nancy Marie 106 
Pamela Mae 106 
Richard 6 
Robert 111 

x4 |- 

Tracy Linn I42 
Walter Madison 106 
/•anda Lee xO^ 
JLTJSO 

Gary Dean 108,143 
Robert Dean 143 

- K - 



Julia 85,11' 



XVI 



KELLEY 

Keg. Otis lOi; 

iioy V.'illiam 103 

l.'illian Eugone lOi; 
KEIIliALL 

oc.lomon 16 

CLjililAl'l 

Lillicin 52 
KEir..'ATII 

Joann 80 
KEKJEDY 

iilice Virginia 65,87 

Almecla 41,59 

Amanda Melissa 41,33 

Barbara Louise '122,147 

Beocher Farrington 83, 

Bessie 66,89 
Billy Ray 123 
Blanche Louella 73 
Bonnie Kay 122 



IJancy 23,33 

I.'ancy It. 40 

GBset: ^- - r ^ ^J,-/ 

] earl , 

Ffcrcy tmmott 8b,12i?, 

U7 
Prudtnce 28,42 
"Kaft" 39 

liaiisom Dalfora oj,uo, 

^ •', ^ 

Lc.C 

Iiansom Edward 83 
nebccca Florence Cecil 

37 
Rebecca Jane 123 
Roberta Lucile 88,122 
Ronnie Emmett 122 
oabry 40,42 
Car ail 78 

Chcrv;ood 16,17,24 
Theresa Hajr 123 
Thofnas 41,42 



Charles Julian 6p,87,121 Treva Victoria 63,88, 

123 
Virginia M. 97,135 
William [V;rr..] 23,27,29 
ii'illiam Allen 63 
I EFEn 
ilaiTj 72,100 
Marvin 100 
Michelle "137 
Parniny 137 
Ronald 100,137 



~>J 



On T '->T 
0( ,-<^i, 



Cloena 41,58 
David 89 
Dexter Lee 87 
Edith 29,43 
Elii.abeth 6I 
Esta Elizabeth 

83,121 
Eveivn Rebecca 

146 
Everett Lee 63,37,120 
Florence Imogene 122,147 
Henry 40,42 KIIK 

Henry Franklin 65 

\^ a.rri-:;o t^O 

Janries Dalford 122 

JanriGS ii.. oj 

James ueldon 3o,122 

J. Lynn o2 

John ^7,26,27 

Jones Franklin 87 

Kathleen 6I 

Lillian Mary 65,33,121 

Lulu 37,120 



Gusannah 12 
V.illiani L'.'.'m.J 14,2j 
KIRI-TArRICK 
Janes 60 

Lucinda Meuliouse 60 
Mary Clementine 42, 60 

Emily 74,103 

Catli^v 122 
Chai'les Ray 121 



Madge Virginia 87,120,146 Eaz'-lie Robert 65,33 



Maggie Lois 88,122 

Margaret Louise 87,121 

Martha 27 

Margin 29,43 

Mary Lillian 87,121 

Kary Lou Cecil 83 

Maude Ella 66,89 

M. H. 39 

Mitchell 7^ 



Johhny ... 
Joyce 122. 

laraiileti 33,122 



Earlie Robert Jr. 38 

122 
Earlie Robert III 122 
Eulalah Nora 88,121,146 
Fred Graham 38,121 
James V.'illiam 88,121 
Janice 122 
Jeanine Marie 122 
Jerry 122 



OuSeUl 

Terry 1..-; 

Ki;iGiiT 

Harleen 74,103 
Shirley Karie 93,i.j- 

KOCU 

Alice Kargai-et 95,132 
Ce. .'Id 68,95 

Lo- 95 

KOHLI.IYER 

Anita Louise 112 
David Eugene 112 
Leon 80,112 

Mary Ami 73,102 

Gurney Thomas 123 

Minnie 36,79 
KOoTjGTK 

Linda Lee 107,142 
KYLE 

Norma Dean 96,133 

- L - 
L.v>>u3ERx 

Charlene V.ood 96,133 
LAiMBETH 

z, c . 40 

LiVAtC.-voiEl^ 
Ida^55,77 

Odetta 97 

Oral 69,97 
LA?ro3 

Marion II8 
L;jrD3IDEL 

Christine 51 

"-—-1 ''■^ 

Rachel 32 
. LaTKE!.! 

L. yi < <-iT- 

Harriett 86,118 
LASHER 

D. Lowry 60 



( 



xvii. 



LASI33E 






Glenn 89,123 




T Tl^TTpTTT'^'TTtlT 

LiXij J. J.1J. v-'Ui'i 


Kenneth Charles 


123 


1-i "• "^^ 
ill • (J • ( v^ 


Linda I-Iarie 123 




Lii.To:: 


Lili lit. 




Elizabeth 14,21 


Pern 97,134 






F. L. 69,97 




LITTLE 


Uary Nadine 97,134 


Kieth Benson I4I 


LAUGKLIN 




Mai come G. Jr. 60 


Ola :.i\n 90,126 




Robert 107,141 


LAUGRyJ.Y; 




LIVEKGCOD 


Jane 52,74 




Rebecca 66,91 


LAKKEIJCE 




LLOYD 


Glad^-s E. 79 




Ella 37 


L AVi o 




LO EFPELKO LZ 


Sarah M. 58 




Daniel J.G. 77,108 


LAKSCN 




Eugene Cecil 108 


John Killiam 89 




George Michael 108 


LAWVEli 




Gusan Elizabeth IO8 


N.E. 87 




LOFTIII 


LEFLEIi 






Elizabeth 31 




LOrJG 


LEIGK 




Jerry Webster 126 


Grace 56,79 




Jessie Garna 68,95 


LEMBKE 




Shelby Jean 90(120 


Joseph 131 




LOVEALL 


Kita 131 




Elora j2,74 


LLii'lIvIj 




Flossie Cynthia 52,74 


David Bruce 132 




J. C. 3^ 


Lucile Iiichardsc 




«J oiiii u- • Jtl 



V, alter 132 

Walter Richard 95,132 
V/alter Richard Jr. 132 
LEC'NARD 
Esther 85 
Julia 64 
TTao iT.i 84 
r "^ ' /> 



Rev; 



( iPi. 



il 123,147 



LEi'iIo 

Ellen 59 
Marvin G. 106 

T TTvrrvr* * v 






Bonnie Jean 76,108 
Edward Garland 76,103 
John Edv:ard IO8 
Larry Lee 108 
Norma Leo IO8 
Willa Vinca Hartshorn 

108 
William Dwight 76,108 
William Dwight Jr. 103 
William Perle X,76 



Lela I'lyrtle 52 
Ralph Edgar 52 
Rtuby Eugenia 52 

LOVETTE 

Dorothy Mae 125,147 

LOVifE 

('• i X 1 1 aiTi 1 6 

LOWRY 

Debra Ann 131 
Deloris Alice 13- 
Bianna Lynn 131 
Donna Jean 13 1 
Boris Elaine 131 
Robert 93,131 

LUTHER 
Frank 88 

- M - 

[L^LOJJEY 

Roy 102,139 
otacy Boreen 139 

^T - ■^T^,Tr^rJ^• 

Elizabeth 3 
I'L'^RR 

Alberta June 97,135 



Albert Ewing 70,93,135[A] 

Albert Wayne 93 

Austin 51 

Betty Jean 97,135 

Blanche jx 

Charles Everett 70,97,135 

Charles Oliver 97,135 

Connie Sue 135[-'i] 

Danniel 51 

Danny Joe 135[-^] 

Danny Ray 135l^"'-] 

Diana Lynn 135[-i] 

Dossell 51 

Edward Hugh 70 

Eula Geal 51 

Gary Allen 135 

Georgia 69 

llarley Eugene 70,98 

Jeffry Lynn 135 

Jesse J 1. 

John Alan 135l-^J 

John Estil 97,135[A] 

Lorraine Bell 70 

Lucile Gladys 70,97,135 

Marion llarley 97,135[A] 

Mary 3ue 97,135[A] 

Maude Theola 51,71,100 

Michael Charles 135 

Myrtle 5I 

Nancy kay 9^ 

Oliver E. " 69 

Cina jx 

Owen Francis 93,135[A] 

Robert Allen 97,135 

Steven Everett 135 

Terry Eugene 98 

Timrny Lee 135[-'0 

V.'illiarii Leland 97 

[Many of the above family 
of r.LiRR are found on page 
135[A], a page that had 
to be added after the book 
was completed.] 

i-irlUi J.1V 

Freddie May 88,123 
Margaret 34,115 
Stephen 85 

ic.sorj 

Edith 111 

Mildred Carolyn 121,146 



XVlll. 



I'JJUllEdZ 

Carmi Lee 83,123 
Clara May 3S 
Lilliaii ilosetta S3 
Lloyd Franklin 6;;, 88 
Pauline Elizabeth 88, 

I.L'.Y 

Fragile 83,122 
John liobert 122 

- Mc - 

Mabel 83,116 

Louise Viola 47,67 
McCOY 

James 33,117 
James Jr. 117 

iUCi/.j.HlJ.jLl 

Eva Josephine 71,98 
Mc CO WELL 

Donna Marie 123 
John l.yatt 90,125 
John '..'yatt .Jr. 123 
Joseph Edward 123 
Kathy Gaye 125 
Tomiiiy Ray 125 

McELIL'JJEY 

Helen Frances 10:; 
R. E. 103 

McGli.'i.TII 

Eriii ^aiH 131 
Francis 67,93,97 
Gregory Charles 131 
Josephine 93 
Marie Julia 93,131 
Marilyn 93,131 
Kathew Blake 131 
Paul .Inthoijy 131 
Paul Kermit 93,131 
Steven Todd 131 

McGIRL 

Flvlli3 93,135 

El ah 7 3 

Elah Vane •104 

Hugh 16,23,24 

Carlfcc-n 93 
Ellen Marie 96 
Judith Ann 96 
Michael Ivindsor 96 
Robert James 96 
Robert J. Jr. 68,95 



HcKUn.'EY 

Clairv, Marin 106 
Clifford Eu^'ene 76, 

106,141 
Frances Ueola 76,106 

141 
Homer Cecil 76 
John Roger 106,141 
Kathryn Janene I4I 
Melissa .jin I41 
Milton Portland 34, 

107,141 
Pearly P. [lortland] 

54,76 
Ohannoii Lynn I4I 
Virginia Ferrin 107,141 
V.'illiam Beari 106,141 
V.'ilma Ellen 76,106 

i'lCivOgUe 

3uzc,nne 94 1 132 
McLLOYD 

Enma Elizabeth 87,120 
McMu^TJUS 

Charles 6I 
McMUIiT'IIY 

Iva Louise 31|71 

narold Dale 111 

McNeill 

Sally 33,116 
McRORIE 
T.II. 23 

.'iEiUio 

iiiiua J J 
I'lEL i u I'l 

Hazel 36,11" 

Jason 27 

Kenneth 79 
MERuIHEVi 

Dewe^ Fred 34,76,108 

De-wey Fred Jr. 76 

Dewey Lee 103 

Linda Kay 103 
MERiiILL 

Cai^olyn 107,142 

I'iai gal C C UKJ , J. X i. 

Betty i^ean i.jO,113 
Emma Gertrucie Cecil 113 
Hallie Mae 30,113 
Horace 57,30 
Mary Bernice 80,113 
MIDKIFF 

Isabelle 63 
xix. 



n 



MIFrLIV 

Ethel 

Jesse Jaacs 93 



MILLLI; 

Annie 93 

Crissio Jane 64 

Ed 33 

Ed. T. 64,0^ 

Dva 73 

Jerry V.'aj-ne 120 

Lillian 63,87 

Lloyd Vern 136 

Millie 85 

Robert 60 
MILLIiw'i'i' 

Mrs. Le Roy 11 
I'lXLLo 

Hola Phyllis I05 
MIIICR 

Martha 73,102 

Earl Paul 80,113 

Frank Dennis 113 

J. Clayton 67, 9-'. 

Larry 96 

Mary 04 , 3o 

Mary Lou 94,132 

Paula Sue 113 

Terry Gene 113 

Thomas Clayton 99,132 
MOCK 

Phillip Sr. 17 
MODLIIa 

Calista 30 

l.'aiicy 30 

Nancy M. 44 
MCFFETT [:.JOFFITT ] 

L^-dia 23 

Lydia Elizabeth 41 
MOORE 

Bertha 53, Cl 

David James 113 

Glen Paul 113 

James 30,113 

James A. 33,33 

o aJlc nxlCc Xi.^ 

John 9,55 

Lena 36,54 
Lisa Kay 113 



Lotha 72 
Thomas 9 

Benj. 6j 
Esti.Ue 35,117 
Mary Tabith 63 

KORTQII 

David 128 
MOTSINGER 

Serena J. 43, 62 
MOZINGO 

Cecilia 60 
MURSE!! 

Judy 80,112 
I.IURPIiY 

Anno 93.. 

Clyde 71 

Don 71 

Glenna 72 ••,._. 

Hilda May .89, 124 , 

Inez Lucille 72,100 

■ 137 

Jameo 13 

James iioy 71 

Jas. Clayton 51,71 

John 72 

Joseph A. 13 

Lois'ceal 72,100,137 

Stanley 71 
MUSGKOVE 

Eleanore 31 
MYERS 

.aurelia Richards 59 

Diana Lualta 41,59 

Walter Meredith 65,88 

Wm. 59 

Hallic Lou Ellen 88," 

121 _ ;, _ 

JIANCE 

Irene 81,113 
IJora M. 78 
Robert 40 

:iEiL 

Claude Elmer 76,103 
Christ a Elaine 108 
Lorctta 100,138 
NELSON 

George 61 

Ivy M-- 75,104 

Sarah 31 

nf;ille 

Dorothy 2 
HEWBY 

Arnold Clarence 8I 



Setty ^1. 

Craig Paul 113 

Eric Charles 113 

Fred Paul 31,113 

Henry Fidel 3l 

John Clarence 53»3l 

Lucille 3l 

Margaret 42, 6 1 

Mary Ethel Si 

Ralph John 31 

Renay Eileen 113 

V.'aldo Cline 8I 
NOBLE 

Louise 116 
N0LA13 

Jessie Geneva 55,77 
NOREN 

Emil 51 
NORTHCUT 

Catherine I38 

Pamelia I38 

Sylvia Mae Hoskin- 
-son 101,133 
NORWOOD 

Anne Emily 125,148 

Arriy Lynn 14'- 
Carrie Lee 142 
Elaine Velva 107,142 
Gaye Elva 107,l'^2 
Gena Beth 14"^ 
Gene Lloyd 107 , 142 
o ane BreiiCia ±ir^ 
Jan Foster 107,142 
J ef X ry Jan x^^^. 

Lloyd 7^^ , 1'-' ( 
Lynn Virgil 107,142 
Michelle Lynii \-ir£- 
Paul Thomas I42 
Virg-il Sampson 76,107 
'.Vanda Lucille [Jill] 
107 

Aiin Marie 1C7 
Carl Mervin 107,142 
Carol Olivia 10';', 142 
Christ a ^^.n-a I42 
Danexxe i^arie x*.-^ 
Donnell Lee 107 
Gay Christ a 107 
Mervin Herman 76,107 
Robert Wirl IO7 
OLESON 

Leslie Lynn IO8 



uLl \ J-JiL 

Fannie 63 

i'ranccs ^.^^,iij 
OSBORIT 

Harlan 93,136 

Sherry Jane I36 
0VER3TREET 

Don Campbell 74,103 

"Kay" 103,140 

Marybel Catharan 103,140 

PACE 

Nancy 94 
PAFESCH 

Jefx^rey Jay 103 

Jennifer Jo 108 

Richard Joe 77,108 

Steven Joe 108 

Naiia Suzann Cecil 108 
PARKER 

John 31 
PARRISH 

Hal 122,146 

Johnny I46 

Sharon I46 
PATTERSON 

Larry Neale 91,123 

Neale Alexander 123 

William Christopher 123 

P- TTr r-T-i^T 

Jane 95,132 
PAYNE 

Geo. Calvin 61 

John 25 

Linda l'i.'r,lTi 

Mary 93 

Mary Lenore 60,33 

Nancy 23 

- J • i!j • O U 

PEACE 

Acenith Cordelia 63 

Alfred Kack 53 

Alfred Mac Queen 65,75 

Amaiida Frances Burton 75 

Anna Louise 63 

Athal Ashburn 75,104,140 

Audrey May "Jj 

Betsy j-^yj 

Elizabeth Albert son 63 

Elizabeth \oss x^+O 

uary -jcxaun xi_'-t.,lirU 

Hubbard Lee 63 
Jacob Asbury 44,63 
James Harvey 75 



XX. 



PEACE cont. 

Jeffrey Allun 1^0 
Laura Jean I40 

»',V -1 ' ^ "J 



Mary Christint 63 

Maude Magdalene 63 

Radford 63 

Ray.no nd 3<>»63 

Richard Raymond 7!>.104»140 

Richard Raymond Jr. 104,140 

Richard Raymond III I40 

Sharon Patricia IO4 

Silas 104 

TaiTiara Jean I40 

Thomas Clayton 75|104 

Vickie Lynn IO4 

William Franklin 63 

V.'m. Harrison 63 



PHILPOTT 

i'rodcnck f 1 w 

John RoLtrL ^ - , . . 
John Robert Jr. 113 

Mary Florence 31|72 
PICKETT 

David 36,5'- 



POOLE 



it i.i . 



Laria 123 
FEIJDLETOi; 

V.'m. 11 
FEIffiE 

John 9 

John Jr. 7 

John 3r. 7 
FE1\RY'.-Lvii 

Alpheus 44 1 63 

Catherine 83 

Elizabeth Jane Cecil 

33 
Prarik S3 
Henry 63,35 
John 83 
Martha 83 
Ferle 33 

feter3g:i 

Marie 127 
FETTHOFF 

Gteve Harold 127 
FUEL?.: 

Charlotte 21 

Margaret Geraldine 

( J, J.OO 

FKILLlF-j 

i^OlUicji 1-JJ 



Francos Laverne 93,133 
Jane Elizabeth 138 
Jerry Lee 101,13^ 
John 70,98,135 
Kelly 138 
Leroy Hayes 98,135 
Thomas 98 
William Earl 98 



PIERCE 

Billy J. 110 
Don lie 

John Samuel 110 
Fatty Jean 110 
Robert Charles 110 
Robert Samuel 79.1 '0 
FIGG 
Albert Holloway 129 

130 
Mary Ellen I30 

V.'illiam 13,14 
PIKE 

Linda LoU IO8 
PILE 

Elizabeth 7 

Mary 7 

Richard [Dr.] 6,7 
POE 

Albert 47, ''-8 

Arthur 47, '■V^.' 

David 74 

David Lee 'i7»4S 

David 'u'alter 48 

Edgar Allei: 43 

John 47,48 

John Viilliam 48 

Louise 47 

Lulu Bell 'r>J 

Mary M. 2)jyj£- 
Matilda Ana 47,48 
Fressley 33,43 
Robert Delmer 48 
Virginia 33,^7 
V.'m. Kelson 33,47,48 
PGILETTE 

Dollie 67,93 



FGIIIDEXTER 

Geoige 61 
POLLUCK 

Becky 116,144 

Lee 116 

Sim 85,117 



^,».v/^.o(l 



lIoriTy 13 



Patricia Ann II7 



,117 



^^.^^' 



San.ucl " 

Stephen .. , 

Walter W. 85 

Wal t.- V V. 
POOR 

Kay 47 

Viola 47 
POPE 

Ada 33 

Bessie 34 

Bessie Ida Eli/nbcth 

53,65,73,83 
Charles 36 
Charles Early 33.65.75 

83,104 
Charles Lincoi:. t-tjl 
Charles Randall 104 
Clifford Spencer 53 
Dora 53 
Edward 53 

Elizabeth ^0,JC,JH 

Elizabeth B. 52,53 
Elizabeth Cecil 65 
Ellen Rosa Cecil 38,65 
Frederick " " Allen 

53,63,7^ . . 
Ida 53 

Irene Naiicy jio,33 
John 33 

John B. 36,33 
La-ttTence 33 
Levi 53 
Mary 36 

Mei'yl i'uui 73,12'' 
Mildred Ellen 75,104,1. 
Nancy Cophcue 53 
Oii.er Spencer 53 
Piiebe Jajic 36 
Richai'd Allen 104 
Richard Douthard 36,53, 

65,75,104 
Sarah Lutishie 36,53 
Spencer 24,36,54,65,10.- 
Thamer Dicks 75,104 
Ulysses Grant 36 



XXI. 



Vesta,! Sandford 33»34 

VJilliam 36,53 

Willy 61 
PORTER 

Joyce 120 
POTT 

Dr. 3 
POTTER 

Sell 47 
POiJNDS 

Jay B. 54,76 
PRICE 

Clarence E. Jr. 102 

139 

Clarence Vim. 139 

Claudia Jo 139 
PRIEDIE 

Loy 111 
PROCTOR 

Alice Eldora 91,127,149 

Audry Liae 91,123 

Carlis Edwin 9j-?j-27, 

149 

Carlis Edwin Jr. 127 

Edith Faye 127 

Edna Llac 127 

Roby Howard 9I 

Sarah Joyce 127 

V«illiam Anias 9I 
r'RYOR 

Andrew Glen 113 

Larry 113 
rUGK 

Colin Gary 129 

Ernest Viayne 126 

Ro s e mary 1 1 7 , 144 
PURVIG 

Delilah IO9 
PILE 

Thos. Ill 107 



QUIGLEY 

Graden 112 

- R - 

I:j'.CY 

Ida Pearl 98 
ijiDER 

Dorothy 115 
RAKER 

Jodi Elizabeth I40 

Mary Ruth McQuitty 
103,140 

Richard VJayne I40 



r.;nce 

Minnie 97 
R.;33UIlY 

Thomas 6 
RAI 

Dale 13j 

Janice l.'')5 

Joseph 9 

Michael 135 

Ralph 98^135 

Gilliam 1.8,26 

Jacob 59 

Mary Eli;;abeth 41,59 

Gaily 33 
REAVIo 

J arne s 1 1 b , 145 

James III I45 

Jasoii Coe 145 
REECE 

Garland 109 

John 78, ;0^ 

Ilancy 33,3't 
REED 

ilenriettc-- 101 

Melissa Sophronia 90 
126 

Norma Bei'nice 91)127 

keid 

Clara 34 
FEITER 

Edw. 52,73 

Prank 73 

George 73 
REP3CHLEGER 

Robert Kurt IO6 

Vtni. Edward 75»106 

lUiUJJiljO 

Harry I3I 

Harry Jr. 13I 
RIBBETT 

Pauline 116,144* 
RICE 

Charity 23 

Nancy 23,33,34 
RICK 

Prances Mae 90,125 

Patricia Kay IO5 
R. L. 105 

Rudolph Lemuel 105 
Rudy Loren IO5 
RIPPLE 
C. 44 

Lelia 63,85 
Maggie 64 



ROBERTS 

Cecil 94 

Charity 23,37 

Charles Raymond 67,94 

Cliarles Raymond Jr. 94 

Daniel 33,37 

Delphina 37 

Elmer 69 

Harold 133 

John J. 69 

Leslie 69 
ROBERTSON 

W. E. 115 
ROBINSON 

Sirrah 21 
ROGERS 

"Billy" 118,144 

Richard Brantley 90 
ROLLINS 

Gloria 117 
ROSE 

David 144 

Ecirl 113 

Earl Jr. 144 

Eiirl III 144 

Jaqueline llS 

Lynn 144 

N.E. 86,118 

Robert 118,144 

Rodney 144 






ROSS 

Lisa ±jO 

Marsha I36 

Michael 13o 

Robert 99.136 

Sherry I36 
ROTKROCK 

Jonathan 30 

oariiucx JO 
ROV.'E 

James D. 96 

James David Jr. 133 

John '-.'esley 133 
ROV.'LETTE 

Helen 67,94 
RoDj-oEL 

Roberta 120,146 
RUGE 

Vi illiam "Jo 
RULE 

Eddy- Lloyd 121 

Randall Lloyd 121 

William Lloyd 121 
RUIffiLEY 

Allen Ray 128,149 



xxii. 



KUIffiLEY cont. 

Bobby Loo 123,14'; 
Darlonc Judy 149 
Dewey Lee 91,123 
Donald '..'ayne 128 
Earl Eugene 123 
Janice Diane 149 
Johnny Dcland 128 
Peggy Jaqueline 128 
Steven Lee I49 

KUooEuij 

Alexander 33,37 
Billy Joe 121 
Eleanor 33,37 
Glenda Lou 121 
Isabelle 24,33 
Joseph Lee Jr. 88,121 
Lottie 67,94 
Walter Edward 121 

RYLEf 
Hugh 6 

- 3 - 

Anna 145 
Joe 113,145 
Lincoln 145 

Michael Bryan 99 
Rasalie 71,99 
Saundra Lynn 99 

KJXHK X J.'jil 

Thos. 23 
ijGIIOiijij 

Cheral 9^ 
SCHROEDEi; 

Carol ..nn 94,132 

C ntTTTr m — 

David 100,137 

Charles 137 

Riclsy- 137 

RonalJ 137 
GCOTT 

Carol -.rm 94 
oExiv'iELu 

ij « Oar J. Gj) 
3ECIIRE3T 

Alice 40,57,60 

Lillie 61 

Mary 40 

Monti 40,57 

McCoy 61 

Pollie Louise 44,63 

William 57 



Jt'liKJ.^\jlj 



Clara 73,102 

Frank 102 

Lola Cutshall 102 
SETTLEMOKE 

Cecil 55,77 

Dorothy 77 

.label 55 1 76 

iJoy 55 
SiLVCKLLI'lORD 

Phillip David 122 

Edgar 74,103 

Edgar Cecil I40 

James Cecil 103,140 

Julie Ann I40 
SIl-vKP 

Carrie Sue 138 

Harold Joe 72,101 

John Alden 101,138 

Karen Let 101 

Kathy ."inn 101 

Margaret 13 

Margaret J. 7^' 
SIL.W 

Fred R. 32 
SKEFFIIERD 

Karen 127,143 
SHO;vF 

Lizzie 64,87 

Iveries 6I 

T. F. 60 
SHOE 

Joyce Elaine ] 23 

uj^jiua oue iij 

Marvin 39,123 
SiIOE;.'u.KER 

Ruth Ann 101,138 

Emma Elizabeth 111 
SII0RT30R1J 

Jeraldine I4I 

OnULlilill 

Clementine 78 

Daiuel 26 

Elaiider 26 

o aines c_o 

Nicholas 26 

Colomrji 26 
SliuI-L'JCER 

Betty 120 
SIMFCOiT 

Barbara 96 

Carol Jean 96 

Harry 69,96 

Solomon 6 

Virginia 92 



Dob : ; 

\f .i, wi 

C. . 
C. 

c. 

Charles Youn^ . 

c; • 

Delphina Marie 86,118 

Edith 56,79 

P. L. 62 

Frederick 118 

Fred 0. 64,86,118 

Fred 0. Jr. 86 

Gurney Ceci . 

Harriet LaTot^c *iC,i.;j 

James E. 62 

Jane Kirksey 113 

John David 36,118 

John Lee 62 

Joseph 3. Jr. 118,145 

Joseph Stanford 36,118, 

145 
J. Phillip 62 
J • H, 62 
Kimberly 145 
Margaret Moyer 113,145 
Mary Aiina 113 
Mary Merviii 118,145 
Nancy Jeaii 126,148 
Phillip 44 

Rachel Christine 86,118 
Robert P. 36,118,145 
Robin F. 118,145 
Wood Dorsett 118,145 

err • Tip 

:^/rtle JtcJi 84,115 

Roy 59 
SLEIGHOrn: 

Stella 93 
SMIPH 

Bcnj. 16 

Blanche Rosetta Russell 
104 

Brandee Lee 111 

Capta 3 

Caroline Kerr I4I 

C. n. 99 

Clareuce jS 

Clarence Cecil 32 

Cleva S. 58 

Cole Fro 56, 79i80,lll 



XXlll. 



Smith, cont. 
Laisy iiuth. o2 
David Clark 103,139 
Dorothy Jean 82 
Douglas Lee 139 
Ella Agnes Cecil 7- 

77,78 
Erma Mildred 35,77 
Ethel May 90,12; 
Etta 'je- 

Forrest Husted 55|77 
George Roland 82 
Gordon Allen 93,132 
Ilallie 97 
Henry 39 

Henry Clarence 82 
Howard Estes 67,93 
Howard Kevin 132 
Jean I'rances 93,131 
Jessie 77 

; John Husted 37,^5 
Karon Mac 80 
Kelly Jo 132 
Kenneth Earl 104 
Larry Ray 114 
Leah Vivian 73,109 
Leah Kay 132 
Martha Lou 32 
Mary Elizabeth 32 
Max Rotort 93,132 
Michelle Loris 132 

Percy 8i 
Phyllis Sue 77 
Rachel 26 
Ralph 97 
Robert Colon 32 
Ga,bra Jolene 99 
Scott Lavid 139 
otormi Gail 111 
Vicki Lynn 132 
Viola Taylor 131 
Walter H. 10^ 
Walter Leo 55,73,109 

Edna Lee 52,73 

Louisa ^i., Cecil 73 

I'lcir j-ci J J , jc- 

N. B. 35,52 

Robert 35,52 

loxie 52,73 
SNIDER 

Florence 60 
SNYDER 

Adeline 76,107 

Carlenc Elizabeth 89 



Hubert Franklin O9 


3TEV;;jtD 


Jessie Rae 80 


Esta Louise 72 


John Ernest 89 




Josephine Ruth 39 


73 


123 


STIIJE 


Virginia Cleo 39 


Maureen Ann 107,142 


S0LLER3 


STOCKTON 


Elisabeth 6,11 


Theodore 49 


SOMMERS 


STOIJE [S] 


Robert 86 


Ann 33,39 


SOPHER 


Dosia Lee 58, 8I 


•jcHTiuBj. x,c. 


Jane 23 


i^ORIlEjjLo 


Joyce Elaine 136 


Clin 63 


Olive 38 


3PRIGG 


Phebe 62 


Edward 7,9 


Rachel 29,43 


Theo 3 


Russell Lee 98,136 


Thoinas 3 


Galathial 14,l6 



SPRING 

3hanno2i Douglas I36 

Shelia I36 

Wm. Douglas 99,136 
SPURGEON [SP-JRGIN] 

George o3 

T r^~> 
J . CH 

Oscar 63 
Victor 63 

st;.cy 

John 102 

Mai-y Emma 73 , 102 
fteti/xe nuxx lOcl 
STJJiL 

Do nna Maxi n e 99,137 
William D. 71,99 

SxriMEY 

Delia Mae 89,123 
STARKLY 
L. A. 79 

Connie 110 
Linda 110 
F at sy 110 
Roy 79,110 
Roy Jr. 110 
Shirley 110 

Ida Kathryn IO6 
STEED 

Frances .inn II7 

kj Xlljiljijij 

Ernest jT. 

Ethel ...rlene 33,122 
STEEiJE 

Gertrude 101,139 
STEPHENS 

Dr. 74,103 



STONEIl 
Paul 118 

STOUT 

Allen Louis 50,69,96 
Alma Jeanette 70,93 

Billie Irene 93,136 
Cynthia 23,35,50 
Elizabeth 18,36 
Elizabeth Ellen 47,67, 

70,97 ^ 
Emmabelle 69, 9*^ 
Ethel Kadine 69 
Francis Marion 50,70,98 
Franklin Hayes 70 
Hiram Grant 50,69,97 
Joanna 27 
John Thomas 50,69 
Lewis c I 

Lousettie Jane 50,69 
i'iartiia ivay y*^ 
Mary Cecil 69 
Mary Gertrude 69,97,134 

weixSSle x)exx J\J 

Melissa Jane 136 
Minnie Christina 70,98 
Nancy Florence 50,69,97 
Nellie Frances 70,98,135 
Nellie Pearl 69 
Phebe Ann 50,69,96 
Robert Curtis 69 
Ruth Lynn 98,136 
oamuex jo , ^0 
Tressa 69 

William Emraett 70,93,136 
Zachariah 27,35,50 



xxiv 



CUGGG 

Betty Jane 122,1//, 
oULLIV.UJ 

Lohmr.n Harrison 73,103 

3hclby Elaint- I40 

Smith 17 

V.'illiam Harrison 103 
140 
3UM:ffiii3 

Clarice Gcraldine 90 

i<-..r 

Susanna 40,56 
SURB.-^JGH 

Dana Prank Frederick 

102 
Liedra Cvidia 102 
Edna Lee Smalt a 102 
Ernest 51,71 
Eula 73 
Frances Zelma 71,99, 

136 
Prank Cecil 73,102 
Fred Harrison 52,73 
Frederick Lee 103,139 
Gertrude Cecil 99 
Henry Lee 73,102,139 
Jeffry Scott 139 
Marilyn 103,139 
Marjory Mildred 71,99 
Mark Frederick 139 
Martha Joan 103 
Roxie Smalt z 102 
Virginia Ruth 73,103, 

SLliPuVTT 

Donald 116,144 

O . C • J I 

Katliy 144 
Ilancy 14^ 

Effie J. 62,84 

Homer 'jQ 

Maude Mae 66,90 

Sarah 36,53 

Sarah Elizabeth Peace 

84 
V<m, E. 34 

KjOj X.+ P 

Robert 145 
V:m. 113,145 

sv;e;j(INGE!'I 

Ida May 106 

Theodore VJendell 76,106 



SWING 

Yvonne Tarue 104,141 

- T - 
T.'iBSR 

Mela Ma«s Dodson 55,77 
TACiCETT 

l)oe Anne 140 

Shirley Jane 100,137 

tac:g;jit 

(linton Marcclius 49, 

68,95 
Francis 33,35,49 
I'rancis Cecil 63,95 
Henry Clay 49 
Marcie Garna 95 
Maude 49,63 
Minnie'. 49 
Nora 49,63,69 
Roae Marie 68,95 
i.illiam Thomas 95 
V.'illie Gladys 49 
T;vYLOR 

;.lbert Kenneth 67,93, 

97,131 
Albert Kenneth Jr. 93 
Charles Wesley 47,67 
Charles Logan 67 
Charlyn 80,112 
Clinton Cecil 67,93 

97 
Criiilal Mariw 67,97 
Lelmai' Donovan 60,96 
Donald Eugene 93 
Elsie Irene 69,96 
F-ciy Beatrice 69,96, 

133,134 
James 33,47,70 
Jamcs Edward 47,67,93 
John Russell 47,50,67, 

70,93,97 
John V;. 50,69 
Josephine 47 
Josephine Cecil 70,93 
Lawrence Russell 67,93 

97 
Lee Roy 50 
Levi Harrison 69 
Loiisettie Jane Stout 

69,96 
Lulu 67 

Mildr..d 93,131 
Nancy Maude 9"^ 
Nora Taggart 96 
Paul 67,97 



Robert Kurion 93 

I. . . /-^ 

. ^3 
Sylvia Zelma 67,93,07, 

131 
Thoina8 Edward ^7,93 
Viola 67,93,. 

V.'illiim Frank .; rt '.Wjors, 

96 
Hiiiio 79,110 

TERRY 

Joe 87,119 
Julia Alice II9 
Susan Leigh II9 

TEC SON 

Albert 74 

Mabel 74 
THi'iMES 

Ibabelle 26,41 
TIL'JIFE 

Judith La Ray I4I 

Thomas 14,16,22 
THI BEDLAuX 

Juanita 93 
THOM'J; 

Charlene 100,137 

Gordon 10 

Larry 133 

Mary 55 

Mildred 115,143 

Kathan 55 

TirrotV 37,50 

Vi'iria 26 

May me 34 , 1 1 5 
THOMPSC?; 

JcUTicS F. 119 

Sai-ah C. 36 

Ruth 120 
TICE [Tier] 

Jacob 34 

Lucinda 34 

Nancy 26 

Peter 34 

TITEIL'JI 
Betty 108 

TODD 

Angela Kaye 125 
Earlie Isaac 90,125 

TOOLE 

Elizabeth 13 
Elizabeth Cecil 12 
James 14,20 



XJCV 



Annie 63 
TIL'J^NELL 

Becky Helen 133 

Cindy Jean 133 

Eugeiio 96 

Eugene Brill 133 

Lynn Irene 133 
TROTTEii 

Joseph 17 
TUCKEil 

Velmcr C. 54 
TUGGLE 

Betty Lou 82 
TUKKEit 

Dianne II9 

T n^ 

J • £!-(_ 

John 123 

MichaGl I'toy 124 

Thomas 91,124 
TUSSY 

Gresham 23 
TVJOHEY 

Charles 145 

Helen I45 

Patricia 145 

Tom 118,145 
TWOMEY 

Wm. 17,25,26 
TILER 

Clarke Eugene 98 
TYSINGER 

Lillic 68,86 

UNDERV;00D 

Edward Leon I36 
Edv/ard Leon Jr. I36 
Linda Kay I36 
Ray L'jc I36 

- V - 

Bella Lorena 66,91 
VEACH 

Joseph 26 
Ruth 26 

TT-pc*m ■ T 

Frank 54 

Betty Burline 98,135[A] 
VOSS 

Betty Jean 104,140 

W.^GIIER 

Clayton Clarence 90,124 



CI eta Mae 90, 


124 




Boris 115,143 


Lisa Bean 124 






Elizabeth C. 34,115 


Maggie I-Iae Ce 


oil 


124 


Tri, L _ T ^ "^ 


Occo Clarence 


66, 


90 


Hazel 67 


VJayne 9O 






Josephine Isabel 34,116 


Zada F. 58, Si 






Lewis 84,115,116 


WALKER 






Lewis F. 63 


Albert Vernon 


92, 


129 


Lindsay 84,115,143 


Clyde 128 






Mary R. 84,116,143 


Wanda Ray 92, 


129 




Mildred 67 


Ronald Albert 


12s 


) 


Fattie 143 


Vernon Kieth 


129 




Gar ah 84 


WALKEY3 






Sarah Cecil 84 


F. B. 63 






Sarah E. 44 


WALL 






Sidney F. 63 


Marvin 65,87 






Will J. 67 


Mary Ann 89,124 




Willie 84 


Roy Cletus 87 






VJEBB 


Troy Clayton 


87 




Mick Allen 113 


WALLACE 






S al ly Ann 113 


James 8 






Samuel .Ubert 30,113 


WALLER 






William 3 


Helen 86,117 






'..'EBBER [WEBER] 


W;.LTER3 






Chas. 73 


Debra 129 






Edwin 85 


W..LTOIJ 






'i:elbcrn 


Oscar 51 






Samuel 17 


WARD 






William 13 


Alma Ada 92 






WELCH 


Edna 70 






John 26 


Eva 98 






WELLEll 


WARE 






Ruth 43 


Carole Irene 


103, 


,139 


WELLS 


T.t • 'DT^T-r /-IT/- 






Lois May 71 


Crystal 69 






WESTMORELAND 


Francis 69 






Mary 66,90 


Gene 69 






WESTRGFE 


John 68 






Beatrice Taylor 133 


Robert 69 






Bonnie Jean 96,134 


Willard 69 






Carol Fay 9^*134 


WASH 






Chester Ireland 69,96 


Bill 51 






Connie Jean 134 


WASHBURH 






Bouglas Spencer 134 


Earl Wayne 12 


!;,l' 


;8 


Howard Taylor 96,134 


Kimberly Ann 


148 




Jeffry Scott 134 


w.;tson 






June Adair 96,133 


Glen 143 






Kevin Tracy 134 


Clin 116,143 








Susan 143 






Sharon Sue 96,134 


I.I ■ V'l ■ ^T 

\W.i.liiUiig 






WnE.-^TLEY 


ohn lo , ci-r 






Jerry Jack 135 


WEAVER 






WHITE 


i i.ndr e 115,143 






Abbie May 4I 


«.ndrew 63 






Amanda Allen 57 


Arnold 115 






John L. 57 


Besola 86,119 






Will 16,22 


xxvi. 









V.'IIITFOKD 

Chester Vi'arren 134 

Juct-t 96,134 

PLichr-rd 3tuart I34 
WIGGINO 

Charlo-tto 86,113 

Conc-SGa Lynn 147 
Marvin Frariklin 123,147 
ViILLI^vItI3 

Becky Dituaie 125 
Eobb.y liigdon 12:3,147 
Dale Frajiltlin 125,143 
Donald Toy 147 
Freddy Gdell 125 
Has el 112 
Jamvjs Do-rrt-n 143 
Mary Louise 82 
Feggy Ilarie 125,147 
Rigdon Ilane 90,125 
Roger Dennis 147 
Tracy Ann 143 

v:iLLi.:'.:30N 

Pete 73 
UILLIOUTH 

l.iTT — r\-\T 

An\y Lynn 132 

^^rthur VJoodrow 68,95 

Buddy Pope IO5 

Carrie 40 

David Lee 95 

George Frederick IO5 

Jay Raymond 93 t 132 

John Dennis 95 

John V/'obley 60 

Katherinc Ann IO4 

Kent Cecil 95 

Lewis Gardener 75 » 104 

Liuretta 60 

Luretta 42 

Ralph 6 

Sarali Kennedy 60 

Teola Cecil 95 



■39 






*'i J. A V 1 lLa 






Jamcc T. 79 




« - - ■» 


WITIIROV; 






Lee- 55 






v;ooD[3] 




'**^**-*- 


Benjamin 37 




Kary Durko 86 


Hamilton 37 




1; 


Ola M. 87 




V 


Jo Ani-.e 128,149 




yok: 


'..■OODTOIC 




Ambci «.■ ■ i 


Mildred 70,98 




Milt'-i. • 


WGOLDRIDGE 




YORK 


Ellen 101,136 




A : \ 


V.'ORIGLU; 




^ . 


Fran}; 51,70 




Isaac [Rev.] 41,57,58 


Gilbert 70 




John Gurney 57 






John 51. ° 


WORLOW 




Laoi'a j" 


Elizabeth 32,46 




Mamie 1. 


Elmina Lucretia 


22, 


Mary Bi ^ ^ 


30,46 




.'.innie Lou Ella 57 


John 31 




Fiul 121,146 


Carali 31 




Paul M. 146 


i-iiixGui 




YOUIIG 


George 3. pO 




Charles c^ 


' James Franklin 


39 


J . Lee jL 


John il. 39 




YOVi 


Martha 39 




Ethi.-! 86,119 


Mary .vnn 39 




Hazel 37,119 


Ralph 39 




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V.'RIGIITSON 




ZIi-u-IERI-L'ui 


H'_rry 9 




El lard 37 


wy.;tt 




Kate 87 


Frcincis 3 




Lee 37 


- Y - 




Lijidbay 64,87 


y;jiborougii [y;j{BROUgh] 


Mildred 87 


Jane "iJik 35 




ZViEBEn 


John 35 




Catherine L'-ciii 


Mary 85 




Karen Gaye 142 


Molly 64,85 




Victor 107,142 


Vergie 63 







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