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1910 US Federal Census  <br>
Justice Precinct 4, Coleman Co, TEXAS  <br>
14-132-4B
1910 US Federal Census
Justice Precinct 4, Coleman Co, TEXAS
14-132-4B

Ancestry.com Transcript

Henry James BALLEW and Ettie A. DEAKINS BALLEW Family
Walter R. DePRANG and Missouri Jane (Maude) TRICE DePRANG Family
 
 
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1920 Census, Wood Co, TEXAS <br>
Louis LAIRD Family
1920 Census, Wood Co, TEXAS
Louis LAIRD Family

[editorial comment]
[See blank census form for details. Blank 1920 Census Form ]

[1920]
Department of Commerce - Bureau of the Census
Fourteenth Census of the United States: 1920 - Population
State: Texas
County: Wood
Township or other division of county: Jus Precinct 4 Part of [unable to read]
Incorporated City: [blank]
Ward of City: [blank]
Name of Institution: [blank]
Supervisor's District No: 3
Enumeration District No: 151
Sheet N0: 13B
8871
1739
Enumerated by me on the 9 - 10 day of feb, 1920. S. R. Horton, Enumerator

[1920] Headers: Place of Abode (Street, avenue, road etc., House number or farm, etc., Number of dwelling house in order of visitation, Number of family in order of visitation), Name, Relationship to Head, Tenure (Home owned or rented, If owned, free or mortgaged), Personal Description (Sex [gender], Color or race, Age at last birthday, Single, married, widowed or divorced), Citizenship (Year of immigration, Naturalized or alien, If naturalized, year), Education (Attended school any time since Sept.1, 1919, Whether able to read, Whether able to write), Nativity and Mother Tongue (Person Birthplace, Mother tongue, Father Birthplace, Mother tongue, Mother Birthplace, Mother tongue), Whether able to speak English, Occupation (Trade, Industry, Employer, Employer-worker-own account), Number of farm schedule

Line: 45
Street: [blank]
House number: FM
Number of dwelling house in order of visitation: 231
Number of family in order of visitation: 231

- Laird, Louis, Head, Rent, Male, White, 37 [abt 1883], Widowed, Read, Write, Born Texas, Father Alabama, Mother Alabama, Speaks English, Farmer, General Farm, Own Account, Farm sched 237
- Laird, Clara, Daughter, F, W, 15 [abt 1905], Single, Did not attend school, Read, Write, Texas, Texas, Texas, Speaks English, None
- Laird, Opal, Son, M, W, 13 [abt 1907], Single, Attended school, Read, Write, Texas, Texas, Texas, Speaks English, None
- Laird, Frank, Son, M, W, 12 [abt 1908], Single, Attended school, Read, Write, Texas, Texas, Texas, Speaks English, None
- Laird, Corine, Daughter, F, W, 10 [abt 1910], Single, Attended school, Read, Write, Texas, Texas, Texas, None
- Laird, Lilly Dale, Daughter, F, W, 8 [abt 1912], Single, Attended school, Read, Write, Texas, Texas, Texas, None
- Laird, Lila V, Daughter, F, W, 6 [abt 1914], Single, Attended school, Read, Write, Texas, Texas, Texas, Speaks English, None
[end] 
 
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1920 US Federal Census  <br>
Novice, Coleman Co, TEXAS  <br>
17-54-4B
1920 US Federal Census
Novice, Coleman Co, TEXAS
17-54-4B

Ancestry.com Transcript

J. Matt ANDERSON and Ann S. MURRILL ANDERSON Family
Eli Moore "Kit" BIRDWELL and Mattie Beatrice PRINGLE BIRDWELL Family
[Walter R. DePRANG] and Missouri Jane (Maude) TRICE DePRANG Family
Oscar L DePRANG and Clora BAKER DePRANG Family 
 
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Application for Confederate Pension for Use of Widows  <br>
Runnels Co, TEXAS  <br>
Sept 1912
Application for Confederate Pension for Use of Widows
Runnels Co, TEXAS
Sept 1912

[editorial comment]
[Full Application in .pdf]
[Originally posted at Ancestry.com. Contributed by Lynn POLLAK.]

• Mary Elizabeth (Lizzie) C. Sartor
• I was married to him on 16 day of Dec. 1869 in the county of Union, in the state of South Carolina.
• I have been a resident of the State of Texas since prior to March 1, A.D. 1880, and have been continuously since a citizen of the State of Texas.
• What is your age? Fifty-nine years old. Born Mch 16, 1853.
• Where were you born? Union Co, S.C.
How long have your resided in the State of Texas? Since Jan., 1880.
• How long have you resided in the county of your present residence? And what is your postoffice address? Three years. Tokeen, Texas [aka Content, Runnels Co, TEXAS]
• What is your husband's full name? John Young Sartor
• What was the date of his death? Mch. 16, 1906.
Witnesses: J. G. [James Gross] Sartor and T. J. [Thomas Jefferson] Sartor
[end] 
 
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BIRDWELL Eli Moore <br>
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card
BIRDWELL Eli Moore
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card

[editorial comment]
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Ancestry.com Transcript
Name: Ely Moore Birdwell
County: Coleman Kennedale, [Tarrent Co], TEXAS
State: Texas
Birth Date: 28 Oct 1886, Kennedale, [Tarrent Co], TEXAS
Race: Caucasian (White)
FHL Roll Number: 1952404
Source Citation: Registration Location: Coleman County, Texas; Roll: 1952404; Draft Board: 0.
Source Information: Ancestry.com. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005.
[end] 
 
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Death Certificate  <br>
BROWN Perry B.  <br>
19 October 1972
Death Certificate
BROWN Perry B.
19 October 1972

[editorial comment]

221-01-2 200-02
4109 30
Certificate of Death
State File No.: [stamp] 78821
State of Texas
1. Place of Death: a. County: Taylor
b. City or Town or Precinct No: Abilene
c. Length of Stay (in this place): 3 weeks
d. Full Name of Hospital or Institution: Hendrick Memorial Hospital
e. Is place of death inside city limits? Yes
2. Usual Residence (Where deceased lived.)
a. State: Texas
b. County: Runnels
c. City or Town: Winters
d. Street Address: 226 N. Melwood
e. Is residence inside city limits? Yes
f. Is residence a farm? No
3. Name of Deceased: Perry "B" Brown
4. Date of Death: 10-19-72
5. Sex: Male
6. Color or Race: White
7. Married, Never Married, Widowed or Divorced: Married
8. Date of Birth: 11-24-1888
9. Age, Years, Months, Days: 83 years
10a. Usual Occupation: Farmer
10b. Kinda of Industry or Business: Farmed
11. Birthplace (state or country): Texas
12. Citizen of what Country? U.S.A
13. Father's Name: No Record
14. Mother's Maiden Name: No Record
15. Was Deceased Ever in U.S. Armed Forces, (Yes, no, or unknown, If yes, give war or dates of service): No
16. Social Security No.: 564-34-0764
17. Informant's Signature: Mrs. Myrtle [KINCAID] Brown [wife]
Medical Certification
18. Cause of Death, Enter only one cause per line for a, b, c
I. Disease or Condition Directly Leading to Death *(This does not mean the mode of dying, such as heart failure, asthenia, etc. It means the disease, injury, or complication which caused death.
Immediate Cause (a) Acute Anterior myocardial Infarction, Coronary Artery Disease.
Due to (b) Gastric Ulcer. Suspected carcinoma of prostrate with metastasis
II. Other Significant Conditions, Conditions contributing to the death but not related to the disease or condition causing death.: [blank]
19. Was autopsy performed? No
20. Accident, Suicide, Homicide… [blank]
21. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from 9-28, 1972, to 10-19, 1972, and last saw the deceased alive on 10-18, 1972. Death occurred at 12:43 A.M., on the date stated above, and to the best of my knowledge, from the causes stated.
22a. Signature:Lawrence G. Hardwicke M.D
22b. Address: 598 Westwood Drive, Abilene, Texas
22c. Date: 10-21-72
23a. Burial, Cremation, Removal: Burial
23b. Date: 10-21-72
23c. Name of Cemetery or Crematory: Atoka Cemetery
23d. Location: Novice, Texas
24. Funeral Director's Signature: Spill Funeral Home by Ted Meyer
25a. Register's File No: 735
25b. Date Rec'd by Local Registrar: Oct 25 1972
25c. Registrar's Signature: Rose Stubber
[stamp] Texas Department of Health, Rec'd Nov 6 1972, Bureau of Vital Statistics
[end] 
 
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Death Certificate  <br>
COUSINS Archie  <br>
14 September 1930
Death Certificate
COUSINS Archie
14 September 1930

 
 
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Death Certificate  <br>
COUSINS Harrold  <br>
14 September 1930
Death Certificate
COUSINS Harrold
14 September 1930

 
 
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Death Certificate  <br>
COUSINS Jesse B.  <br>
14 September 1930
Death Certificate
COUSINS Jesse B.
14 September 1930

 
 
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Death Certificate  <br>
DEAKINS BROOKS Cordie Maye  <br>
06 May 1950
Death Certificate
DEAKINS BROOKS Cordie Maye
06 May 1950

[editorial comment]
[Posted at FamilySearch.org]
Cordie May Brooks
Birth: September 25, 1900, Texas
Death: May 6th 1950, Levelland, Hockley Co, TEXAS
Father's Name A. L. Deakins
Mother's Name: Ada Mae Birdwell
Informant: Joe Brooks
[end] 
 
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Death Certificate  <br>
DICKERSON MITCHELL Gillie Nannie <br>
17 July 1936
Death Certificate
DICKERSON MITCHELL Gillie Nannie
17 July 1936

[editorial comment]
[Posted at FamilySearch.org.]
Name: Gillie Nannie Mitchell
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 17 Jul 1936
Event Place: Amherst, Lamb, Texas, United States
Gender: Female
Marital Status: Married, J. F. Mitchell
Birth Date: 04 Jan 1874
Birthplace: Shelby Co, Missouri
Father's Name: Robert Dickerson, Virginia
Mother's Name: Margarete Wright, Kentucky
Informant: J. F. Mitchell, Amherst, Tex.
Burial: Clovis, N Mex, Date: 7 18, 1936
Undertaker: C. C. Steed, Clovis N Mex
Certificate Number: 37035
GS Film number: 2116938
Digital Folder Number: 005145534
Image Number: 01721
[end] 
 
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Death Certificate  <br>
GILLISON LITTLE Annie  <br>
11 March 1921
Death Certificate
GILLISON LITTLE Annie
11 March 1921

[editorial comment]
[Originally posted at Ray-2012_2012-02-14 @ Ancestry.com [S164].]

Texas Department of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Standard Certificate of Death
1. Place of Death: Coleman, Coleman County, Tx
2. Full Name of Deceased: Annie Little
3. Sex: Female
4. Color or Race: White
5. Single, Married, Widowed or Divorced: Widowed
6. Date of Birth: May 31, 1837

9. Birthplace (state or country): Scotland
10. Father, Name: A Gillison
11. Father, Birthplace (state or country): Scotland
12. Mother, Maiden Name: -
13. Mother, Birthplace (state or country): -
14. Informant, Signature: A. G. Little, Fort Worth, Tex [son, Andrew G. LTTLE]
Address: Novice, Texas
...
16. Date of Death: 3 - 11 - 1921

19. Place of Burial or Removal: Atoka Cemetery
Date of Burial: 3 - 12 - 1921
...
[end] 
 
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Death Certificate  <br>
KINCAID BROWN Myrtle Elizabeth <br>
12 June 1975
Death Certificate
KINCAID BROWN Myrtle Elizabeth
12 June 1975

[editorial comment]

200-02-2 200-02
E9209 66 90
Certificate of Death
State File No.: [stamp] 54357
State of Texas
1. Place of Death: a. County: Runnels
b. City or Town or Precinct No: Winters
c. Length of Stay (in this place): 20 years
d. Full Name of Hospital or Institution: North Runnels Hospital
e. Is place of death inside city limits? Yes
2. Usual Residence (Where deceased lived.)
a. State: Texas
b. County: Runnels
c. City or Town: Winters
d. Street Address: 226 No. Melwood
e. Is residence inside city limits? Yes
f. Is residence a farm? No
3. Name of Deceased: Myrtle Elizabeth Brown
4. Date of Death: June 12, 1875
5. Sex: Female
6. Color or Race: White
7. Married, Never Married, Widowed or Divorced: Widowed
8. Date of Birth: Feb. 10, 1895
9. Age, Years, Months, Days, If less than 1 Day Hours, Min: 80 years
10a. Usual Occupation: Housewife
10b. Kinda of Industry or Business: Home
11. Birthplace (state or country): Coleman Co., Tex
12. Citizen of what Country? U.S.A
13. Father's Name: George A. Kincaid
14. Mother's Maiden Name: Sarah Louise Pendleton
15. Was Deceased Ever in U.S. Armed Forces, (Yes, no, or unknown, If yes, give war or dates of service): No
16. Social Security No.: 464-34-0764
17. Informant's Signature: Mrs. Roy Davis (Niece)
Medical Certification
18. Cause of Death, Enter only one cause per line for a, b, c
I. Disease or Condition Directly Leading to Death *(This does not mean the mode of dying, such as heart failure, asthenia, etc. It means the disease, injury, or complication which caused death.
Immediate Cause (a) Prob. cerebrovascular accident, 8 hours
Due to (b) congestive heart failure, off & on many years
Due to (c) Infected [unable to read] both lower legs, 2 week
II. Other Significant Conditions, Conditions contributing to the death but not related to the disease or condition causing death.: [blank]
19. Was autopsy performed? No
20. Accident, Suicide, Homicide… [blank]
21. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from June 6, 1975, to June 12, 1975, and last saw the deceased alive on June 12, 1975. Death occurred at 11:45 P.M., on the date stated above, and to the best of my knowledge, from the causes stated.
22a. Signature: Yung Kee Lee; M.D.
22b. Address: Winters, Texas
22c. Date Signed: 6-16-75
23a. Burial, Cremation, Removal: Burial
23b. Date: 6-16-75
23c. Name of Cemetery or Crematory: Atoka Cemetery
23d. Location: Novice, Texas
24. Funeral Director's Signature: Spill Funeral home by Ted Meyer
25a. Register's File No: 18
25b. Date Rec'd by Local Registrar: 6-16-75
25c. Registrar's Signature: J. C. Hodnett
[stamp] Texas Department of Health, Rec'd Aug 11 1975, Bureau of Vital Statistics
[end] 
 
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Death Certificate  <br>
KINCAID George Anderson  <br>
09 March 1952
Death Certificate
KINCAID George Anderson
09 March 1952

[editorial comment]

127-0-0-1-349-1-0
4910 30
Texas Department of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Certificate of Death
State File No.: [stamp] 13544
State of Texas
1. Place of Death: a. County: Jones
b. City or Town or Precinct No: Lueders
c. Length of Stay (in this place): 3 months
d. Full Name of Hospital or Institution: Near Lueders
2. Usual Residence (Where deceased lived.)
a. State: Texas
b. County: Wise
c. City or Town: Decatur
d. Street Address: 228 South Trinity
3. Name of Deceased: George Anderson Kincaid
4. Date of Death: March 9- 1952
5. Sex: Male
6. Color or Race: White
7. Married, Never Married, Widowed or Divorced: Widowed
8. Date of Birth: Oct 6 - 1866
9. Age, Years, Months, Days, If less than 1 Day Hours, Min :85 years, months, days
10a. Usual Occupation: Retired
10b. Kinda of Industry or Business: Farmer
11. Birthplace (state or country): Texas
12. Father, Name: no record
12. Father, Birthplace: [blank]
13. Mother, Maiden Name: no record
13. Mother, Birthplace: [blank]
14. Was Deceased Ever in U.S. Armed Forces, (Yes, no, or unknown, If yes, give war or dates of service): [blank]
15. Social Security No.: [blank]
16. Informant's Signature: G. W. [son George William] Kincaid, Box 64, Decatur, Tx
17. Cause of Death, Enter only one cause per line for a, b, and c
I. Disease or Condition Directly Leading to Death *(This does not mean the mode of dying, such as heart failure, asthenia, etc. It means the disease, injury, or complication which caused death.
(a) [unable to read] Pneumonia
Antecedent Causes, Due to (b) [blank]
II. Other Significant Conditions, Conditions contributing to the death but not related to the disease or condition causing death.: [blank]
18a. Date of Operation: [blank]
18b. Major Findings of Operation: [blank]
19. Autopsy? [blank]
20a. Accident, Suicide, Homicide: … [blank]
21. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from 3-2- 1952, to 3-9-1952, that I last saw the deceased alive on 3-2-1952, and that death occurred at 8:40 P.M., from the causes and on the date stated above.
22a. Signature: J. T. Hudson, M.D.
22b. Address: Stafford, Texas
22c. Date Signed: 3-11-1952
23a. Burial, Cremation, Removal: Burial
23b. Date: 3/10/52
23c. Name of Cemetery or Crematory: Atoka
23d. Location: Coleman County Texas
24. Funeral Director's Signature: Kiker-Warren - By J. Warren
25a. Register's File No: 12
25b. Date Rec'd by Local Registrar: March 12th, 1952
25c. Registrar's Signature: Catherine Lavelle
[stamp] Texas Department of Health, Rec'd Apr 4 1952, Bureau of Vital Statistics
Note the information called for on the reverse side.
[end]
 
 
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Death Certificate  <br>
LAIRD PARKER Alice Ruth <br>
06 September 1964
Death Certificate
LAIRD PARKER Alice Ruth
06 September 1964

[editorial comment]
042-01-2 04200
1538 17
Certificate of Death
State File No.: [stamp] 61843
State of Texas
1. Place of Death: a. County: Coleman
b. City or Town or Precinct No: Coleman
c. Length of Stay (in this place): Several Days
d. Full Name of Hospital or Institution: Overall-Morris Memorial Hospital
e. Is place of death inside city limits? Yes
2. Usual Residence (Where deceased lived.)
a. State: Texas
b. County: Coleman
c. City or Town: Novice
d. Street Address: unknown
e. Is residence inside city limits? Yes
f. Is residence a farm? No
3. Name of Deceased: Alice Ruth Parker
4. Date of Death: September 6, 1964
5. Sex: Female
6. Color or Race: White
7. Married, Never Married, Widowed or Divorced: Widowed
8. Date of Birth: Sept. 2, 1899
9. Age, Years, Months, Days, If less than 1 Day Hours, Min: 65 years, months, days
10a. Usual Occupation: Housewife
10b. Kinda of Industry or Business: Household
11. Birthplace (state or country): Santa Anna, Texas
12. Citizen of what Country? U.S.A
13. Father's Name: Rufus Laird
14. Mother's Maiden Name: Nancy Kelley
15. Was Deceased Ever in U.S. Armed Forces, (Yes, no, or unknown, If yes, give war or dates of service): No
16. Social Security No.: 464-60-9055
17. Informant's Signature: s/ Ray L. Parker [son]
Medical Certification
18. Cause of Death, Enter only one cause per line for a, b, c
I. Disease or Condition Directly Leading to Death *(This does not mean the mode of dying, such as heart failure, asthenia, etc. It means the disease, injury, or complication which caused death.
Immediate Cause (a) Adenocarcinoma of colon
Interval between Onset and Death: 90 Days
Due to (b) [blank]
II. Other Significant Conditions, Conditions contributing to the death but not related to the disease or condition causing death.: [blank]
19. Was autopsy performed? No
20. Accident, Suicide, Homicide… [blank]
21. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from 6 - 7 - 64 to 9 - 6 - 64, and last saw the deceased alive on 9 - 6 - 64. Death occurred at 6:20 P.M., on the date stated above, and to the best of my knowledge, from the causes stated.
22a. Signature: Morris D. Mann, MD
22b. Address: Coleman, Texas
22c. Date Signed: 9-17-64
23a. Burial, Cremation, Removal: Burial
23b. Date: Sept. 8, 64
23c. Name of Cemetery or Crematory: Atoka Cemetery
23d. Location: Atoka (Coleman Co.), Texas
24. Funeral Director's Signature: Stevens Funeral Home - s/ Tom Walker
25a. Register's File No: 423
25b. Date Rec'd by Local Registrar: Sept. 17, 1964
25c. Registrar's Signature: s/ Lee F. Craig
[stamp] Texas Department of Health, Rec'd Oct 26 1964 Bureau of Vital Statistics
[stamp] Texas Department of Health, Rec'd Oct 21 1964 Bureau of Vital Statistics
[end] 
 
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Death Certificate  <br>
LITTLE MITCHELL Annie Gillison <br>
12 March 1929
Death Certificate
LITTLE MITCHELL Annie Gillison
12 March 1929

[editorial comment]
[Originally posted at Ray-2012_2012-02-14 @ Ancestry.com [S175].]

Texas Department of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Standard Certificate of Death
State of Texas
1. Place of Death: Silver Valley, Coleman County, Texas
2. Name of Deceased: Mrs. Annie G. Mitchell
6. Date of Birth: March 9, 1872
7. 57 yrs, - mths, 3 days
9. Birthplace: Scotland
10 Name of Father: James Little
11. Birthplace of Father: Scotland
12. Maiden Name of Mother: Annie Gillison
13. Birthplace of Mother: Scotland
16. Date of Death: 3 / 12 / 1929
14. (Informant) M. L. Mitchell, Coleman
19. Place of Burial or Removal: Atoka Cem
Date of Burial 3 - 14 - 1929
[end] 
 
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Death Certificate  <br>
MITCHELL Marquis Lafayette  <br>
28 April 1951
Death Certificate
MITCHELL Marquis Lafayette
28 April 1951

editorial comment]
[Originally posted at Ray-2012_2012-02-14 @ Ancestry.com [S164].]

Texas Department of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Certificate of Death
State File No.: [stamp] 17357
State of Texas
1. Place of Death: a. County: Coleman
b. City or Town or Precinct No: Novice
c. Length of Stay (in this place): [blank]
d. Full Name of Hospital or Institution: ?
e. Is place of death inside city limits?
2. Usual Residence (Where deceased lived.)
a. State: Texas
b. County: Coleman
c. City or Town: Novice
d. Street Address: ?
3. Name of Deceased: Marquis L. Mitchell
4. Date of Death: April 28, 1951
5. Sex: Male
6. Color or Race: White
7. Married, Never Married, Widowed or Divorced: Widowed
8. Date of Birth: October 27, 1863
9. Age, Years, Months, Days, If less than 1 Day Hours, Min: 87 years, 6 months, 1 days
10a. Usual Occupation: Retired Farmer
10b. Kinda of Industry or Business: Farming
11. Birthplace (state or country): La. [Louisiana]
12. Father, Name: R. F. Mitchell
12. Father, Birthplace: Unknown
13. Mother, Maiden Name: Unknown
13. Mother, Birthplace: Unknown
14. Was Deceased Ever in U.S. Armed Forces, (Yes, no, or unknown, If yes, give war or dates of service): [blank]
15. Social Security No.: [blank]
16. Informant's Signature: Mrs. I. W. Ray [daughter Agnes Mary MITCHELL RAY]
...
23a. Burial, Cremation, Removal: Burial
23b. Date 4 - 29 - 1951
23c. Name of Cemetery or Crematory: Old Atoka Cemetery
23d. Location: Coleman County Texas
...
[end] 
 
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Death Certificate  <br>
MURRILL CHILDRESS Mary Marik (Mariah) <br>
24 June 1912
Death Certificate
MURRILL CHILDRESS Mary Marik (Mariah)
24 June 1912

[editorial comment]
[Originally posted at Evelyn & Alvin Brown @ Ancestry.com]

Texas State Board of Health
Standard Certificate of Death
Place of Death: County: Coleman
City: Novice
Registered No: 14668
2. Full Name: Mrs. Mary Marik [Mariah] Childress
3. Sex: Female
4. Color or Race: White
5. Married, Never Married, Widowed or Divorced: Widowed
6. Date of Birth: [blank]
7. Age, Years, Months, Days, If less than 1 Day Hours, Min: 74 years, 9 months, [blank] days
8. Occupation: [blank]
9. Birthplace (state or country): Missouri
10. Father, Name: Joseph Murrill
11. Father, Birthplace: Tennessee
12. Mother, Maiden Name: Mary D. Bailey
13. Mother, Birthplace: Tennessee
14. The above is true to the best of m knowledge (Informant): J. H. Murrill [brother, James Henry MURRILL]
(Address) Novice.
15. Filed [blank] Registrar [blank]
16. Date of Death: June 24, 1912
17. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from March 1908 to June 1912 that I last saw her alive on 23 of June 1912 and that death occurred on the date stated above at 1:30 P.M. The Cause of Death was as follows: Malnutrition or Senility
(Signed) John R Milrich M. D.
(Address) Novice, Tex
19. Place of Burial or Removal: Near Novice
Date of Burial: 25 [no month] 1912
Address: [blank]
[end] 
 
19
Death Certificate  <br>
MURRILL Wilson Richard <br>
06 January 1955
Death Certificate
MURRILL Wilson Richard
06 January 1955

[editorial comment]
[Originally posted at Evelyn & Alvin Brown @ Ancestry.com ]

522.2 2.5
Texas Department of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Certificate of Death
State File No.: [stamp] 956
State of Texas
1. Place of Death: a. County: Coleman
b. City or Town or Precinct No: Novice
c. Length of Stay (in this place): [blank]
d. Full Name of Hospital or Institution: [blank]
2. Usual Residence (Where deceased lived.)
a. State: Texas
b. County: Coleman
c. City or Town: Novice
d. Street Address: [blank]
3. Name of Deceased: Wilson Richard Murrill
4. Date of Death: January 6, 1955
5. Sex: Male
6. Color or Race: White
7. Married, Never Married, Widowed or Divorced: Married
8. Date of Birth: Sept. 1, 1882
9. Age, Years, Months, Days, If less than 1 Day Hours, Min: 72 years, 4 months, 5 days
10a. Usual Occupation: Farmer
10b. Kind of Industry or Business: [blank]
11. Birthplace (state or country): Novice, Texas
12. Father, Name: James Henry Murrill
12. Father, Birthplace: Virginia
13. Mother, Maiden Name: Polly Slate
13. Mother, Birthplace: Missouri
14. Was Deceased Ever in U.S. Armed Forces, (Yes, no, or unknown, If yes, give war or dates of service): [blank]
15. Social Security No.: 525-12-1636
16. Informant's Signature: Mrs. W. R. Murrill [Ethel Effie DYER MURRILL]
17. Cause of Death, Enter only one cause per line a, b, c
I. Disease or Condition Directly Leading to Death *(This does not mean the mode of dying, such as heart failure, asthenia, etc. It means the disease, injury, or complication which caused death.
(a) Myocarditis, 1 year
Antecedent Causes, Due to (b) [blank]
II. Other Significant Conditions, Conditions contributing to the death but not related to the disease or condition causing death.: Enlarged prostate operated last Spring. one [unable to read] removed, one year
18a. Date of Operation: [blank]
18b. Major Findings of Operation: [blank]
19. Autopsy? No
20a. Accident, Suicide
...
21. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from 1 - 6, 1955, to 1 - 6, 1955, that I last saw the deceased dead on 1 - 6, 1955, and that death occurred at 2:34 A.M., from the causes and on the date stated above.
22a. Signature: J. C. Young M. D.
22b. Address: Coleman, Texas
22c. Date Signed: 1 - 6 - 55
23a. Burial, Cremation, Removal: Burial
23b. Date: Jan. 7, 1955
23c. Name of Cemetery or Crematory: Atoka
23d. Location: Coleman County, Texas
24. Funeral Director's Signature: Jos. C. Stevens
25a. Register's File No: Seven
25b. Date Rec'd by Local Registrar: February 4th, 1955
25c. Registrar's Signature: [unable to read]
Post Office Address: Cuero, Texas
[stamp] Texas Department of Health, Received Feb, 9 1955, Bureau of Vital Statistics
Note the information called for on the reverse side.
[end] 
 
20
Death Certificate  <br>
O'NEAL Cordell James  <br>
29 November 1968
Death Certificate
O'NEAL Cordell James
29 November 1968

[editorial comment]

042-01-3 -42-00
4344
26
Certificate of Death
State File No.: [stamp] 76321
State of Texas
1. Place of Death: a. County: Coleman
b. City or Town or Precinct No: Coleman
c. Length of Stay (in this place): Instant
d. Full Name of Hospital or Institution: D. O. A. Overall-Morris Memorial Hospital
e. Is place of death inside city limits? Yes
2. Usual Residence (Where deceased lived.)
a. State: Texas
b. County: Coleman
c. City or Town: Novice
d. Street Address: none
e. Is residence inside city limits? Yes
f. Is residence a farm? No
3. Name of Deceased: Cordell James O'Neal
4. Date of Death: November 29, 1968
5. Sex: Male
6. Color or Race: White
7. Married, Never Married, Widowed or Divorced: Married
8. Date of Birth: July 20, 1902
9. Age, Years, Months, Days, If less than 1 Day Hours, Min: 66 years, months, days
10a. Usual Occupation: Retired
10b. Kinda of Industry or Business: Oil Field
11. Birthplace (state or country): Runnels Co., Texas
12. Citizen of what Country? U.S.A
13. Father's Name: Harvey O'Neal
14. Mother's Maiden Name: Alma Bates
15. Was Deceased Ever in U.S. Armed Forces, (Yes, no, or unknown, If yes, give war or dates of service): No
16. Social Security No.: 451-36-9529
17. Informant's Signature: J. C. O'Neal [son]
Medical Certification
18. Cause of Death, Enter only one cause per line for a, b, c
I. Disease or Condition Directly Leading to Death *(This does not mean the mode of dying, such as heart failure, asthenia, etc. It means the disease, injury, or complication which caused death.
Immediate Cause (a) Heart Attack
Interval between onset and death: instant
Due to (b) [blank]
II. Other Significant Conditions, Conditions contributing to the death but not related to the disease or condition causing death.: [blank]
19. Was autopsy performed? No
20. Accident, Suicide, Homicide… [blank]
21. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from Seen after death xxxxxx on 11 - 29 - 68. Death occurred at 4:45 P.M., on the date stated above, and to the best of my knowledge, from the causes stated.
22a. Signature: s/ Walter C. Holt, J. P.
22b. Address: Coleman, Texas
22c. Date Signed: 12 - 2 - 68
23a. Burial, Cremation, Removal: Burial
23b. Date: Dec. 1, 1968
23c. Name of Cemetery or Crematory: Atoka Cemetery
23d. Location: Novice (Coleman Co.), Texas
24. Funeral Director's Signature: Stevens Funeral Home - Ss. Tom Walker s/Tom Walker
25a. Register's File No: 1036
25b. Date Rec'd by Local Registrar: December 3, 1968
25c. Registrar's Signature: s/Lee F. Craig,
[stamp] Texas Department of Health, Rec'd Dec 10 1968, Bureau of Vital Statistics
[end] 
 
21
Death Certificate  <br>
O'NEAL HEATH Mary Jane  <br>
21 July 1924
Death Certificate
O'NEAL HEATH Mary Jane
21 July 1924

 
 
22
Death Certificate  <br>
O'NEAL James Smith  <br>
28 April 1951
Death Certificate
O'NEAL James Smith
28 April 1951

[editorial comment]

242-0-0-1-042-0-0
4430
27
Texas Department of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Certificate of Death
State File No.: [stamp] 17359
State of Texas
1. Place of Death: a. County: Coleman
b. City or Town or Precinct No: Rural Precinct #4
c. Length of Stay (in this place): 12 1/2 yrs
d. Full Name of Hospital or Institution: Rural - Enroute to Coleman Hospital from Novice
2. Usual Residence (Where deceased lived.)
a. State: Texas
b. County: Coleman
c. City or Town: Novice, Texas
d. Street Address: ?
3. Name of Deceased: Jim Smith O'Neal
4. Date of Death: April 28, 1951
5. Sex: Male
6. Color or Race: White
7. Married, Never Married, Widowed or Divorced: Married
8. Date of Birth: Dec. 23, 1876
9. Age, Years, Months, Days, If less than 1 Day Hours, Min: 74 years, 4 months, 5 days
10a. Usual Occupation: Farmer (retired)
10b. Kinda of Industry or Business: Farming
11. Birthplace (state or country): Texas
12. Father, Name: James O'Neal
12. Father, Birthplace: Unknown
13. Mother, Maiden Name: Elizabeth Hammond
13. Mother, Birthplace: Unknown
14. Was Deceased Ever in U.S. Armed Forces, (Yes, no, or unknown, If yes, give war or dates of service): No
15. Social Security No.: none
16. Informant's Signature: L. M. O'Neal [son, Luther Monroe O'NEAL]
17. Cause of Death, Enter only one cause per line for a, b, and c
I. Disease or Condition Directly Leading to Death *(This does not mean the mode of dying, such as heart failure, asthenia, etc. It means the disease, injury, or complication which caused death.
(a) Myocarditis
Interval between onset and death: 6 mths
Antecedent Causes, Due to (b) Hypertension
Interval between onset and death: 1 yr.
II. Other Significant Conditions, Conditions contributing to the death but not related to the disease or condition causing death.: Chronic Prostatitis
Interval between onset and death: 2 yrs.
18a. Date of Operation: [blank]
18b. Major Findings of Operation: [blank]
19. Autopsy? No
20a. Accident, Suicide, Homicide… [blank]
21. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from 4 - 28 - 1951, to4 - 28 - 1951, xxxxx On arrival at Hosp. Died 4 - 28, 1951, and that death occurred at 11:50 A.M., from the causes and on the date stated above.
22a. Signature: s/ J. C. Young M. D.
22b. Address: Coleman, Texas
22c. Date Signed: 4 - 30 - 51
23a. Burial, Cremation, Removal: Burial
23b. Date: April 30, 1951
23c. Name of Cemetery or Crematory: Atoka Cemetery near Novice, Texas
23d. Location: Novice, Texas
24. Funeral Director's Signature: Wright's Funeral Home, s/ Mike Wright
25a. Register's File No: 39
25b. Date Rec'd by Local Registrar: May 1st, 1951
25c. Registrar's Signature: [unable to read]
[stamp] Texas Department of Health, Rec'd May 10 1951, Bureau of Vital Statistics
Note the information called for on the reverse side.
[end] 
 
23
Death Certificate  <br>
O'NEAL PENDLETON Polly W.  <br>
10 March 1931
Death Certificate
O'NEAL PENDLETON Polly W.
10 March 1931

 
 
24
Death Certificate  <br>
O'NEAL William Harvey  <br>
25 October 1956
Death Certificate
O'NEAL William Harvey
25 October 1956

[editorial comment]

042-0-0-1 042-0-0
3310 2 2
Texas Department of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Certificate of Death
State File No.: [stamp] 51919
State of Texas
1. Place of Death: a. County: Coleman
b. City or Town or Precinct No: Novice
c. Length of Stay (in this place): 35 yrs
d. Full Name of Hospital or Institution: [blank]
2. Usual Residence (Where deceased lived.)
a. State: Texas
b. County: Coleman
c. City or Town: Novice
d. Street Address: [blank]
3. Name of Deceased: William Harvey O'Neal
4. Date of Death: October 25, 1956
5. Sex: Male
6. Color or Race: White
7. Married, Never Married, Widowed or Divorced: Married
8. Date of Birth: Jan. 12, 1876
9. Age, Years, Months, Days, If less than 1 Day Hours, Min: 80 years, 9 months, 13 days
10a. Usual Occupation: Retired Stock Farmer
10b. Kinda of Industry or Business: [blank]
11. Birthplace (state or country): Texas
12. Father, Name: Hadden O'Neal
12. Father, Birthplace: Unknown
13. Mother, Maiden Name: Elizabeth Hallmark
13. Mother, Birthplace: Unknown
14. Was Deceased Ever in U.S. Armed Forces, (Yes, no, or unknown, If yes, give war or dates of service): [blank]
15. Social Security No.: [blank]
16. Informant's Signature: s/ H. K. O'Neal [son, Hadden Key O'Neal]
17. Cause of Death, Enter only one cause per line for a, b, c
I. Disease or Condition Directly Leading to Death *(This does not mean the mode of dying, such as heart failure, asthenia, etc. It means the disease, injury, or complication which caused death.
(a) Cerebral arteriosclerosis
Interval between Onset and Death: 4 years
Antecedent Causes, Due to (b) Chronic hypertension
II. Other Significant Conditions, Conditions contributing to the death but not related to the disease or condition causing death.: Cerebral hemorrhage 3 years ago
18a. Date of Operation: [blank]
18b. Major Findings of Operation: [blank]
19. Autopsy? No
20a. Accident, Suicide, Homicide… [blank]
21. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from July, 1954, to Oct. 25, 1956, that I last saw the deceased alive on Oct. 25, 1956, and that death occurred at 11:50 P.M., from the causes and on the date stated above.
22a. Signature: s/ R. R. Lovelady M. D.
22b. Address: Coleman, Texas
22c. Date Signed: 10 - 31 - 56
23a. Burial, Cremation, Removal: Burial
23b. Date: Oct. 27, 1956
23c. Name of Cemetery or Crematory: Moline Cemetery
23d. Location: Lampasas, Texas
24. Funeral Director's Signature: Stevens Funeral Home, s/ Jas. C. Stevens
25a. Register's File No: 6. [or 8]
25b. Date Rec'd by Local Registrar: November 6th, 1956
25c. Registrar's Signature: s/ Barclay Martin Sr.
[stamp] Texas Department of Health, Rec'd Nov 14 1956, Bureau of Vital Statistics
Note the information called for on the reverse side.
[end] 
 
25
Death Certificate  <br>
PARKER Deloss Dot  <br>
25 May 1904
Death Certificate
PARKER Deloss Dot
25 May 1904

[editorial comment]
[Posted at FamilySearch.org.]

[No Title]
No. 9
[stamp] 11681
To the Clerk of the County Court of Coleman County, Texas
Name of Deceased: Dot A Parker
Race: White
Nativity: American
Sex [Gender]: Male
Age: 36 years 9 months 12 days
[From date: Wednesday, May 25, 1904, Subtracted 36 years, 9 months, 12 days, Resulting date: Tuesday, August 13, 1867]
Residence: Atoka
Place of Death: At Novice
Died on the 25 day of May A. D. 1904 about 9 A.M.
Alien or Citizen: Citizen
Cause of Death / Duration
Immediate Cause: Septic Peritonitis
Contributory Cause: Appendicitis; Duration: 2 days
Dated this 26 day of May 1904
Signed: J R Myrick
Address: Cuero Tex
[end] 
 
26
Death Certificate  <br>
PARKER Mike Ray  <br>
31 March 1954
Death Certificate
PARKER Mike Ray
31 March 1954

[editorial comment]

181-1-8
3310 22
Texas Department of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Certificate of Death
State File No.: [stamp] 12857
State of Texas
1. Place of Death: a. County: Harris
b. City or Town or Precinct No: Houston
c. Length of Stay (in this place): days
d. Full Name of Hospital or Institution: Methodist Hospital
2. Usual Residence (Where deceased lived.)
a. State: Texas
b. County: Lamar [s/b Coleman County]
c. City or Town: Novice
d. Street Address: ?
3. Name of Deceased: Mike Parker
4. Date of Death: 3 - 31 - 1954
5. Sex: Male
6. Color or Race: White
7. Married, Never Married, Widowed or Divorced: Married
8. Date of Birth: 2 - 24 - 1901
9. Age, Years, Months, Days, If less than 1 Day Hours, Min: 53 years, 1 months, 7 days
10a. Usual Occupation: farmer
10b. Kinda of Industry or Business: farming
11. Birthplace (state or country): Stonewall County, Texas
12. Father, Name: W. W. Parker
12. Father, Birthplace: Texas
13. Mother, Maiden Name: Mary Bush
13. Mother, Birthplace: Texas
14. Was Deceased Ever in U.S. Armed Forces, (Yes, no, or unknown, If yes, give war or dates of service): ?
15. Social Security No.: ?
16. Informant's Signature: Mrs. Mike Parker
17. Cause of Death, Enter only one cause per line for a, b, and c
I. Disease or Condition Directly Leading to Death *(This does not mean the mode of dying, such as heart failure, asthenia, etc. It means the disease, injury, or complication which caused death.
(a) Respiratory Failure
Interval Between Onset and Death: 1 hour
Antecedent Causes, Due to (b) Subcartical hematoma R
Interval Between Onset and Death: 2 - 3
(c( Frontal, Arturo sclerotic
Interval Between Onset and Death: months
II. Other Significant Conditions, Conditions contributing to the death but not related to the disease or condition causing death.: [unable to read]
18a. Date of Operation: 3/30/54
18b. Major Findings of Operation: R. Cartel Angiogram
19. Autopsy? No
20a. Accident, Suicide, Homicide: [blank]
...
21. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from 3/26, 1954, to 3/31. 1954, that I last saw the deceased alive on 3/24/1954, and that death occurred at 11:10 M., from the causes and on the date stated above.
22a. Signature: Claude Pollard M. D.
22b. Address: 411 Hermann Bldg.
23c. Date Signed: 4/1/54
23a. Burial, Cremation, Removal: Removal - Overland
23b. Date Signed: 4/1/54
23c. Name of Cemetery or Crematory: in Coleman, Texas
23d. Location: Coleman, Coleman County, TEXAS
24. Funeral Director's Signature: Settegast - Kepf Co. #615, J. W. Morrow, s/
25a. Register's File No: 630
25b. Date Rec'd by Local Registrar: Apr 1 1954
25c. Registrar's Signature: W. H. Alban
[stamp] Texas Department of Health, Rec'd Apr 12 1954 Bureau of Vital Statistics
Note the information called for on the reverse side.
[end] 
 
27
Death Certificate  <br>
PENDLETON COUSINS Margaret E. 'Lizzie'  <br>
14 September 1930
Death Certificate
PENDLETON COUSINS Margaret E. "Lizzie"
14 September 1930

 
 
28
Death Certificate  <br>
PENDLETON John L.  <br>
02 November 1918
Death Certificate
PENDLETON John L.
02 November 1918

 
 
29
Death Certificate  <br>
PENDLETON SLATE KINCAID Sarah Elizabeth  <br>
20 December 1932
Death Certificate
PENDLETON SLATE KINCAID Sarah Elizabeth
20 December 1932

 
 
30
Death Certificate  <br>
SARTOR Effie <br>
12 May 1913
Death Certificate
SARTOR Effie
12 May 1913

[editorial comment]

Department of Public Health and Vital Statistics
State of Texas
Certificate of Death
[stamp] 10054 [strike out 22275]
Clerk's Reg. No. 20
County of Coleman
Date of Death: May 12, 1913
Full Name: Miss Effie Sarter [SARTOR]
Place of Death: Tokeen [aka Content, Runnels Co, TEXAS]
Residence: Tokeen [aka Content, Runnels Co, TEXAS]
Personal and Statistical Particulars
Length of Residence
At place of death: 5 years, 6 months
In Texas: 5 years, 6 months
Date of Birth: Nov. 23, 1887, 15 years, 5 months, 11 days
Sex [Gender]: Female
Color or Race: White
Alien or Citizen: Citizen
Single, Married, Widowed or Divorced: Single
Birthplace: Ala
Occupation: Daughter of Farmer
Name of Father: John Y. Sorter
Birthplace of Father: South Carolina
Maiden Name of Mother: Lizzie Gross
Birthplace of Mother: South Carolina
Medical Certificate of Death
I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from May 1, 1913, to May 10, 1913, that I last saw her alive on May 10, 1913, and that death occurred at 9 A.M.
The cause of death was as follows:
Immediate: Gastric cancer of the stomach
Signed: J. L. Haley, M. D.
May 21, 1913 (Address) Goldsboro, Tex
Place of Burial or Removal: [blank]
Date of Burial: [blank]
Undertaker: [blank]
[end] 
 
31
Death Certificate  <br>
SARTOR Mary B  <br>
02 June 1910
Death Certificate
SARTOR Mary B
02 June 1910

[editorial comment]

Texas State Board of Health
Standard Certificate of Death
[stamp] 19784
Registered No. 455
1. Place of Death:
County of: Runnells
City or Precinct No: [blank]
No. St. Ward: [blank]
2. Full Name: Mary B. Sartor
Personal and Statistical Particulars
3. Sex: Lady
4. Color or Race: White
5. Single, Married, Widowed or Divorced: Single
6. Date of Birth: Dec. 8, 1873
7. Age: 36 years, 5 months, 24 days
8A. Occupation, Trade, Profession or Kind of Work Done: Housekeeper
8B. Industry or Business in Which Engaged: [blank]
9. Birthplace (state or country): S. C. [SOUTH CAROLINA]
Parents
10. Father, Name: John Y. Sartor
11. Father, Birthplace (state or country): S. C. [SOUTH CAROLINA]
12. Mother, Maiden Name: Elizabeth Gross
13. Mother, Birthplace (state or country): S. C. [SOUTH CAROLINA]
14.The above is true to the best of my knowledge
(Informant) T. J. Sartor [brother, Thomas Jefferson "Tom" SARTOR]
Address: Marie, [Runnels Co] Texas
15. Filed [blank]
Medical Particulars
16. Date of Death: June 2, 1910
17. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from March 18 1910, to May 30, 1910 and
I last saw her alive on May 30, 1910 and that death occurred on the date stated above at 5AM.
The Cause of Death was as follows: Tuberculosis
Duration: 3 yrs
Contributory: [blank]
Duration: [blank]
(Signed) J. D. Leonard, M.D.
June 20, 1910
(Address) Bronte
18. Length of Residence (For Hospital, Institution)
At place of Death: 6 mths
In the State: 17 yrs
Where was the disease contracted if not at place of death? near Coleman Tex.
Former or usual residence Crockett, [Houston Co] Tex
19. Place of Burial or Removal: [blank]
Date of Burial: [blank]
20. Undertaker: [blank]
Address: [blank]
[end] 
 
32
Death Certificate  <br>
SARTOR Mattie M. <br>
29 May 1944
Death Certificate
SARTOR Mattie M.
29 May 1944

[editorial comment]

Texas Department of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Standard Certificate of Death
[stamp] 21968
1. Place of Death: State of Texas
County of: Coleman
City or Precinct No: Coleman
Give Street and Number or Name of Institution: Orrall Hospital
2. Full Name of Deceased: Mattie M. Sartor
Length of Residence Where Death Occurred, Years-Months-Days: 1 day
Social Security No: [blank]
Residence of the Deceased, Street and No, City, County, State: Goldsboro, Coleman County, Tex
Personal and Statistical Particulars
3. Sex: Female
4. Color or Race: White
5. Single, Married, Widowed or Divorced: Baby
6. Date of Birth: 5/7 - 44
7. Age, Years, Months, Days, If less than 1 Day Hours, Min: 5 hours
8A. Occupation, Trade, Profession or Kind of Work Done: Baby
8B. Industry or Business in Which Engaged: [blank]
9. Birthplace (state or country): Coleman
10. Father, Name: Earl Sartor
11. Father, Birthplace (state or country): Tex
12. Mother, Maiden Name: Mable Curry
13. Mother, Birthplace (state or country): Tex
14. Informant, Signature: Earl Sartor
Address: Goldsboro
15. Disposition Place of Burial or Removal: Atoka Cem
Disposition Date: 5/30 1944
16. Undertaker, Signature: J. B. Hough
Undertaker, Address: Coleman, Texas

Medical Particulars
17. Date of Death: 5/29, 1944
18. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from 5/29, 1944, to 5/29, 1944
I last saw heralive on 5/29, 1944
The Death Occurred on the Date Stated Above at 10:00 PM.
The Primary Cause of Death was: Premature
Duration: 5 hours
Contributory Causes Were: [blank]
Duration: [blank]
...
Signature M.D.: J. M. Nichols, MD
Address: Coleman, Texas

20. File Number: 49
File Date: May 30, 1944
Signature of Local Registrar: Barclay Martin Sr.
Post Office Address: Coleman, Texas
[stamp] Department of Health, Received Jun 9, 1944, Texas, Bureau of Vital Statistics

Note the information called for on the reverse side.
[end] 
 
33
Death Certificate  <br>
SARTOR SHELTON DAVIS Pearl Wilma  <br>
25 March 1970
Death Certificate
SARTOR SHELTON DAVIS Pearl Wilma
25 March 1970

[editorial comment]
E893X
66
042-11-1 042-00
Certificate of Death
State File No.: [stamp] 16820
State of Texas
1. Place of Death: a. County: Coleman
b. City or Town or Precinct No: Precinct #4
c. Length of Stay (in this place): 63 years
d. Full Name of Hospital or Institution (If not hospital, give street address): 3 miles south of Goldsboro
e. Is place of death inside city limits? No
2. Usual Residence (Where deceased lived.)
a. State: Texas
b. County: Coleman
c. City or Town: Precinct #4
d. Street Address: 3 miles south of Goldsboro
e. Is residence inside city limits? No
f. Is residence a farm? Yes
3. Name of Deceased: Pearl Wilma Davis
4. Date of Death: March 25, 1970
5. Sex: Female
6. Color or Race: White
7. Married, Never Married, Widowed or Divorced: Widowed
8. Date of Birth: Nov. 3, 1889
9. Age, Years, Months, Days, If less than 1 Day Hours, Min: 80 years
10a. Usual Occupation: Housewife
10b. Kinda of Industry or Business: Home
11. Birthplace (state or country): Willcoxen, [Wilcox Co] Alabama
12. Citizen of what Country? U.S.A
13. Father's Name: J. Y. Sarter
14. Mother's Maiden Name: L. C. Gross
15. Was Deceased Ever in U.S. Armed Forces, (Yes, no, or unknown, If yes, give war or dates of service): No
16. Social Security No.: unknown
17. Informant's Signature: Mrs. Addie Bodine Daughter
Medical Certification
18. Cause of Death, Enter only one cause per line for a, b, c
I. Disease or Condition Directly Leading to Death *(This does not mean the mode of dying, such as heart failure, asthenia, etc. It means the disease, injury, or complication which caused death.
Immediate Cause (a) Severe burns resulting from
Due to (b) accidentally catching clothes on fire
II. Other Significant Conditions, Conditions contributing to the death but not related to the disease or condition causing death.: [blank]
19. Was autopsy performed? No
20. Accident, Suicide, Homicide…: Accident
20b. Describe how injury occurred: Clothes cought [sic] on fire from heater resulting in fatal burns
20c. Time of Injury: 8:15 A.M. 3-25-1970
20d. Injury Occurred: not while at work
20e. Place of Injury: residence
20f. City, town or location: 3 miles South of Goldsboro
21. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from: seen after death only
Death occurred at 8:15 A.M., on the date stated above, and to the best of my knowledge, from the causes stated.
22a. Signature: Walter C. Holt, J.P
22b. Address: County Courthouse Coleman, Texas
22c. Date Signed: 3/27/70
23a. Burial, Cremation, Removal: Burial
23b. Date: Mar. 27, 1970
23c. Name of Cemetery or Crematory: Atoka Cemetery
23d. Location: Novice (Coleman Co) Texas
24. Funeral Director's Signature: Stevens Funeral Home / Den Freeman #5856
25a. Register's File No: 51
25b. Date Rec'd by Local Registrar: March 30, 1970
25c. Registrar's Signature: Glum Thumar
[stamp] Texas Department of Health, Rec'd Apr 20 1970, Bureau of Vital Statistics
[end] 
 
34
Death Certificate  <br>
SLATE MURRILL Polly W.<br>
29 May 1934
Death Certificate
SLATE MURRILL Polly W.
29 May 1934

[editorial comment]
[Originally posted at Evelyn & Alvin Brown @ Ancestry.com ]

Texas State Board of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Standard Certificate of Death
State File No.: [stamp] 70739

1. Place of Death:
County: Coleman
City: Novice
2. Name of Deceased: Polly W. Murrill
3. Sex: Female
4. Color or Race: White
5. Married, Never Married, Widowed or Divorced: Widowed
6. Date of Birth: November 15, 1861
7. Age, Years, Months, Days, If less than 1 Day Hours, Min: 72 years, 6 months, 16 days
8 Occupation: House keeping
General nature of Industry: [blank]
9. Birthplace (state or country): Oregon, Missouri
10. Name of Father: S. J. Slate
11. Birthplace of Father: [blank]
12. Maiden Name of Mother: Elizabeth Johnson
13. Birthplace of Mother: [blank]
14. The above is true
(Informant's Signature) Mr. and Mrs. Matt Anderson [Daughter Ann S. MURRILL ANDERSON and husband J. Matt ANDERSON]
(Address) Novice, Texas
15. Filed: 6-6-34 Jas. R. Reed
16. Date of Death: May 29, 1934
17. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from April 1927, to May 29, 1934, that I last saw her alive on May 27, 1934, and that death occurred, on the date stated above at 7:40 A.M.

The Cause of Death as as follows: Chronic Bronchitis with [unable to read], (duration) 20 years.
Contributory: her age
(duration) 72 yrs. 6 mos. 16 ds.

18. [unable to read]
Did an operation proceed death? no
Was there an autopsy? no
(Signed) [unable to read] M. D.
May 20, 1934 (Address) Novice
19. Place of Burial or Removal: Atoka (near Novice)
Date of Burial May 30, 1934
20. Undertaker: J. W. Mead
Address: Coleman
Form 31b-Y36-2-21-1003
[stamp] Texas Department of Health, Received Jul 5 1934, Texas, Bureau of Vital Statistics
[end] 
 
35
Death Certificate  <br>
TAYLOR Baby [Girl]  <br>
10 February 1908
Death Certificate
TAYLOR Baby [Girl]
10 February 1908

[editorial comment]
[stamp] 1137
No. 2
To the Clerk of the County Court of Coleman County, Texas
Name of Deceased: Baby Taylor
Race: White
Nativity: Native
Sex: Female
Years: [blank]
Months: [blank]
Residence: Near Atoka
Place of Death: at house
Died on the 10 day of Feb A. D. 1908, about 9AM
Alien or Citizen: citizen
Cause of Death
Immediate Cause: Congenital Obstruction of Bowels
Duration 3 days
The above stated particulars are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Dated this 10 day of Feb. A. D. 1908
Signed: J. R. Mynch, (Physician…)
Address: Atoka Tex
C2025 - Report of Death
[end] 
 
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Death Certificate  <br>
Thomas George SHELTON<br>
16 March 1948
Death Certificate
Thomas George SHELTON
16 March 1948

[editorial comment]
[Posted at Arizona Department of Health Services.]
Thomas George Shelton
Birth Date: Aug 13 1886
Birthplace: Pontotac, Mississippi
Occupation: Miner
Death Date: Mar 16, 1948
Death Place: Dragoon, Cochise Co, ARIZONA
Burial: Texas [unable to read]
Married: Pearl Wilmouth Shelton
Informant: John A Shelton
[end] 
 
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Death Certificate <br>
FIELDER Robert Lee <br>
19 May 1975
Death Certificate
FIELDER Robert Lee
19 May 1975

[editorial comment]
[Death Certificate image posted at Ancestry.com.]

[Ancestry.com Transcript]
Texas, Death Certificates, 1903–1982 about Robert Lee Fielder
Name: Robert Lee Fielder
Birth Date: 27 Apr 1904
Birth Place: Texas
Gender: Male
Race: White
Residence: San Angelo, Tom Green, Texas
Father: John R Fielder
Mother: Rose Bush
[Informant: Mrs. Robert L. Fielder]
Age at Death: 71
Death Date: 19 May 1975
Death Place: San Angelo, Tom Green, Texas, USA
[Burial: 21 May 1975, Evergreen Cemetery, Ballinger, Runnels Co, TEXAS]
[end] 
 
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Death Notice of  John David Atkinson DRY<br>
Abilene Reporter-News  <br>
www.reporternews.com <br>
Abilene, TEXAS <br>
21 October 2005
Death Notice of John David Atkinson DRY
Abilene Reporter-News
www.reporternews.com
Abilene, TEXAS
21 October 2005

Status: Located; Death Notices 10.21.05
John David Atkinson Dry

WINTERS - John David Atkinson Dry died Friday, Oct. 7, 2005. Graveside services are 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Atoka Cemetery in Novice.

[end] 
 
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Military: Civil War Veterans Connected to Coleman County, Texas  <br>
BUSH, Richard R.; CHILDRESS, Elisha; KNIGHT, Sam; MATTHEWS, John T.  <br>
abt 1861
Military: Civil War Veterans Connected to Coleman County, Texas
BUSH, Richard R.; CHILDRESS, Elisha; KNIGHT, Sam; MATTHEWS, John T.
abt 1861

[editorial comment]
[Posted at Civil War Veterans Connected to Coleman County, Texas.]

- BUSH, Richard R. - Oct 7, 1840 - May 11, 1915 - "Father" - (MASONIC) - (CSA) - Atoka Cemetery
- CHILDRESS, Elisha - Oct 1, 1837 - Jan 24, 1884 - (MASONIC) - "Pvt Co I Mc Cord's Regt CSA" - Atoka Cemetery
- KNIGHT, Sam - Mar 18, 1840 - 1914 - (CSA) - Atoka Cemetery - Applied for pension in Coleman County
- MATTHEWS, John T. - Apr 13, 1831 - Apr 10, 1910 - (CSA) - Atoka Cemetery - Applied for pension in Coleman County
[end] 
 
40
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card A (05 June 1917)<br>
BROWN Perry Bryson
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card A (05 June 1917)
BROWN Perry Bryson

[parentheses denote handwriting]
[brackets denote editorial comment]

[page 1 of 2]
Registration Card
Form [illegible]
No. 28
1. Name in full ( Perry Bryson Brown) Age ( 26 )
2. Home Address ( Route 1 Goldsboro Texas )
3. Date of birth ( Nov. 24, 1891 )
4. Are you a natural-born citizen, a naturalized citizen, an alien, or have you declared your intention, specify which? ( Natural Born )
5. Where were you born (Tex USA)
6 If not a citizen, of what nation are you a citizen or subject? ( Citizen )
7. What is your present trade, occupation, or office? ( Farming )
8. By whom employed? ( Working for self )
Where employed? ( Near Tokeen )
9. Have you a father, mother, wife, child under 12, or a sister or brother under 12, solely dependent on your [sic] for support, specify which? ( Wife )
10. Married or single, which? ( Married ) Race, specify which? ( Caucasian )
11. What military service have you had? Rank (none), branch [blank], years [blank], Nation or State ( none )
12. Do you claim exemption from draft, specify grounds?( no )

I affirm that I have verified the above answers and that they are true. Signature or Mark (Perry B. Brown)

[in triangle in left corner of form] If person is of African descent, cut off this corner.

[page 2 of 2]
Registrar's Report
1. Tall, medium or short, specify which? ( Medium ) Slender, medium, or stout, which? ( Medium )
2. Color of eyes ( Grey ) Color of hair ( Brown ) Bald (no)
3. Has person lost arm, leg, hand, foot, eye, or both eyes or is he otherwise disabled, specify? (no)

I certify that my answers are true, that the person registered has read his own answers, that I have witnessed his signature, and that all of his answers of which I have knowledge are true, except as follows ( [blank] )

42-4-88-A
Signature of Registrar ( H. S. Bright )
Precinct ( 5 )
City or County ( Runnels )
State ( Texas )
(June 5th, 1917)

[During the World War I Draft Registration, there were three draft lotteries. Read more about the World War I Draft Registration at World War I Draft Registration, "Background Information" by Raymond H. Banks, 1917-1918. Washington, D.C.: National Archives]

[end] 
 
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Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card A (05 June 1917)<br>
COUSINS Jesse B
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card A (05 June 1917)
COUSINS Jesse B

[parentheses denote handwriting]
[brackets denote editorial comment]
[ See blank draft form for details. Blank World War 1 Draft Registration Card (A) 05 June 1917]

[page 1 of 2]
Registration Card
Form [illegible]
No. 212
1. Name in full ( Jesse B Cousins ) Age ( 26 )
2. Home Address ([illegible] Tex )
3. Date of birth ( April 1 1891 )
4. Are you a natural-born citizen, a naturalized citizen, an alien, or have you declared your intention, specify which? ( natural born )
5. Where were you born ( Lampasas [Lampasas Co] Tex USA )
6 If not a citizen, of what nation are you a citizen or subject? [blank]
7. What is your present trade, occupation, or office? (Farming)
8. By whom employed? ( myself )
Where employed? ( Coleman Co Tex)
9. Have you a father, mother, wife, child under 12, or a sister or brother under 12, solely dependent on your [sic] for support, specify which? ( wife )
10. Married or single, which? ( Married ) Race, specify which? ( Caucasian )
11. What military service have you had? Rank (none), branch [blank], years [blank], Nation or State [blank]
12. Do you claim exemption from draft, specify grounds?( yes, married)

I affirm that I have verified the above answers and that they are true. Signature or Mark ( s/ Jesse B. Cousins)

[in triangle in left corner of form] If person is of African descent, cut off this corner.

[page 2 of 2]
42-1-15-A
Registrar's Report
1. Tall, medium or short, specify which? ( Medium ) Slender, medium, or stout, which? ( Slender )
2. Color of eyes ( Light Blue ) Color of hair ( Brown ) Bald (no)
3. Has person lost arm, leg, hand, foot, eye, or both eyes or is he otherwise disabled, specify? (no)

I certify that my answers are true, that the person registered has read his own answers, that I have witnessed his signature, and that all of his answers of which I have knowledge are true, except as follows ( [illegible] )

Signature of Registrar ( [unable to read] Jones )
Precinct (6)
City or County ( Coleman )
State ( Tex )
(June 5th, 1917)

[During the World War I Draft Registration, there were three draft lotteries. Read more about the World War I Draft Registration at World War I Draft Registration, "Background Information" by Raymond H. Banks, 1917-1918. Washington, D.C.: National Archives]

[end] 
 
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Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)<br>
O'NEAL James S.
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)
O'NEAL James S.

[editorial comment]
[See blank draft form for details. Blank World War 1 Draft Registration Card (C) 12 September 1918 ]

[page 1 of 2]
Registration Card
Serial Number: 1196
Order Number: [unable to read]
1. Name, First, Middle, Family: Jas. S. O'Neal
2. Permanent Home Address: Novice, Coleman, Texas
3. Age by Years: 41
4. Date of Birth: Dec 23, 1876
Race 5-9: 5. White X
U. S. Citizen / Alien 10 - 15: 10 Native Born X
16. Present Occupation: Farmer
17. Employer's Name: [ check ]
18. Place of Employment or Business: Novice, Coleman, Texas
19. Nearest Relative Name: Ida O'Neal [Ida GIVENS O'NEAL, wife]
20. Nearest Relative Address: Novice, Coleman, Texas
I affirm that I have verified above answers and that they are true.
(Registrant's signature or mark) s/ J. S. O'Neal
P.M.G.O.
Form No. 1

[page 2 of 2]
[stamp] 42-4-102-C
Registrar's Report
Description of Registrant
Height 21 - 23: 21. Tall X
Build 24 - 26: 24. Medium X
27. Color of eyes: Blue
28. Color of hair: Black
29. Has person lost arm, leg, hand, eye, or is he obviously physically disqualified? (Specify.) No
30. I certify that my answers are true, that the person registered has read or has had read to him his own answers, that I have witnessed his signature or mark and that all of his answers of which I have knowledge are true, except as follows: [blank]
Signature of Registrar: [signature] W. S. S. Riley, Co. Clerk
Date of Registration: 9 / 7 / 18
(The stamp of the local board having jurisdiction of the area in which the registrant has his permanent home shall be placed in this box.) [unable to read]
[end]
-----
Read more about the World War I Draft Registration at World War I Draft Registration, "Background Information" by Raymond H. Banks  
 
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Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)<br>
O'NEAL William Harvey
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)
O'NEAL William Harvey

[editorial comment]
[See blank draft form for details. Blank World War 1 Draft Registration Card (C) 12 September 1918 ]

[page 1 of 2]
Registration Card
Serial Number: 642
Order Number: 1385
1. Name, First, Middle, Family: William Harvey Oneal
2. Permanent Home Address: Talpa, Coleman, Texas
3. Age by Years: 42
4. Date of Birth: January 12th, 1876
Race 5-9: 5. White X
U. S. Citizen / Alien 10 - 15: 10 Native Born X
16. Present Occupation: Laborer
17. Employer's Name: C. C. B. F. R. R. [?]
18. Place of Employment or Business: Talpa, Coleman, Texas
19. Nearest Relative Name: Mrs. Alma Oneal [wife]
20. Nearest Relative Address: Talpa, Coleman, Texas
I affirm that I have verified above answers and that they are true.
(Registrant's signature or mark) s. William Harvey Oneal
P.M.G.O.
Form No. 1

[page 2 of 2]
[stamp] 42-4-15 - [unable to read]
Registrar's Report
Description of Registrant
Height 21 - 23: 21 Taxx X
Build 24 - 26: 24. Slender X
27. Color of eyes: Blue
28. Color of hair: [unable to read]
29. Has person lost arm, leg, hand, eye, or is he obviously physically disqualified? (Specify.) [blank]
30. I certify that my answers are true, that the person registered has read or has had read to him his own answers, that I have witnessed his signature or mark and that all of his answers of which I have knowledge are true, except as follows: [blank]
Signature of Registrar: s/ [unable to read]
Date of Registration: [September 12th, 1918]
(The stamp of the local board having jurisdiction of the area in which the registrant has his permanent home shall be placed in this box.) Local Board [unable to read] Coleman Texas
[end]
-----
Read more about the World War I Draft Registration at World War I Draft Registration, "Background Information" by Raymond H. Banks  
 
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Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)<br>
RICHARDS William Daniel
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)
RICHARDS William Daniel

[editorial comment]
[Posted at Ancestry.com.]

[page 1 of 2]
Registration Card
Serial Number: 1578
Order Number: 3286
1. Name, First, Middle, Family: William Daniel Richards
2. Permanent Home Address: Midlothian, Ellis, Texas
3. Age by Years: 38
4. Date of Birth: Nov 26 1880
Race 5-9: 5. White X
U. S. Citizen / Alien 10 - 15: 10 Native Born X
16. Present Occupation: Farming
17. Employer's Name: J. F. Burney
18. Place of Employment or Business: Midlothian, Ellis, Tex
19. Nearest Relative Name: Zenobia [McGee] Richards
20. Nearest Relative Address: Midlothian, Ellis, Texas
I affirm that I have verified above answers and that they are true.
(Registrant's signature or mark) [signature] W D Richards
P.M.G.O.
Form No. 1

[page 2 of 2]
[stamp] 42-4-33-C
Registrar's Report
Description of Registrant
Height 21 - 23: 22 Medium X
Build 24 - 26: 25. Medium X
27. Color of eyes: Blue
28. Color of hair: Brown
29. Has person lost arm, leg, hand, eye, or is he obviously physically disqualified? (Specify.) [blank]
30. I certify that my answers are true, that the person registered has read or has had read to him his own answers, that I have witnessed his signature or mark and that all of his answers of which I have knowledge are true, except as follows: No
Signature of Registrar: [signature] W. H. Forbab [?]
Date of Registration: September 12th, 1918
(The stamp of the local board having jurisdiction of the area in which the registrant has his permanent home shall be placed in this box.) Local Board Ellis County Waxahachie, Texas
[end] 
 
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Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)<br>
SARTOR James Gross
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)
SARTOR James Gross

Ancestry.com Transcript
Name: James Gross Sartor
County: Coleman
State: Texas
Birth Date: 15 Jul 1875
Race: White
FHL Roll Number: 1952404
[end] 
 
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Military: World War 2 Draft Registration Card, 1942  <br>
BROWN Perry Bryson
Military: World War 2 Draft Registration Card, 1942
BROWN Perry Bryson

[editorial comment]

[Military Registration Card for World War II]
[1942]
Registration Card - Men born on of after April 28, 1877 and on or before February 16, 1897.
Serial Number: U - 1217
Order Number: [blank]
1. Name: Perry Bryson Brown
2. Place of residence: Marble Madison Ark
The place of residence given on the line above will determine local board jurisdiction; Line 2 of registration certificate will be identical.
3. Mailing address: Huntsville Ark. RFD #2
4. Telephone: [blank]
5. Age in Years: 53, Date of Birth: 11-24 1890
6. Place of Birth: San Antone, Tex
7. Name and address of person who will always know your address: Myrtle Brown Marble Ark
8. Employer's name and address: self
9. Place of employment or business: Marble Madison Ark
I affirm that I have verified above answers and that they are true
(Registrant's signature) P B Brown
16-21630-2
D.S.S. Form 1
(Revised 4-1-42)
(over)
[end] 
 
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New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957  <br>
Circassia, New York, NEW YORK  <br>
6 Jul 1885  <br>
GILLISON LITTLE, Annie <br>
LITTLE Andrew
New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
Circassia, New York, NEW YORK
6 Jul 1885
GILLISON LITTLE, Annie
LITTLE Andrew

[editorial comment]
[Image and Information of Circassia]
[Ancestry.com Transcript]
• Name: and Little [Andrew Little]
Arrival Date: 6 Jul 1885
Birth Year: abt 1862, Age: 23
Gender: Male, Ethnicity/Race­/Nationality: English
• Name: Ann Little [Ann GILLISON LITTLE]
Arrival Date: 6 Jul 1885
Birth Year: abt 1837; Age: 48; Gender: Female; Widow
Ethnicity/Race­/Nationality: English; Place of Origin: England

Port of Departure: Glasgow, Scotland and Moville, Ireland
Destination: United States of America
Port of Arrival: New York; Port Arrival State: New York; Port Arrival Country: United States
Ship Name: Circassia
Source Citation: Year: 1885; Arrival: New York , United States; Microfilm serial: M237; Microfilm roll: M237_488; Line: 51; List number: 828; .
Source Information: Ancestry.com. New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2006.
[end] 
 
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New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957  <br>
Circassia, New York, NEW YORK  <br>
6 Jul 1885  <br>
LITTLE MITCHELL Annie
New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
Circassia, New York, NEW YORK
6 Jul 1885
LITTLE MITCHELL Annie

[editorial comment]
[Image and Information of Circassia]
[Ancestry.com Transcript]
• Name: Anne Little
Arrival Date: 6 Jul 1885
Birth Year: abt 1872
Age: 13
Gender: Female
Ethnicity/Race­/Nationality: English
Place of Origin: England

Port of Departure: Glasgow, Scotland and Moville, Ireland
Destination: United States of America
Port of Arrival: New York; Port Arrival State: New York; Port Arrival Country: United States
Ship Name: Circassia
Source Citation: Year: 1885; Arrival: New York , United States; Microfilm serial: M237; Microfilm roll: M237_488; Line: 51; List number: 828; .
Source Information: Ancestry.com. New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2006.
[end] 
 
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Newspaper Article  <br>
P. B. Browns Note 50th Anniversary  <br>
The Abilene Reporter-News [Newspaper]  <br>
Abilene, Taylor & Jones Co, TEXAS  <br>
15 Sept 1963
Newspaper Article
P. B. Browns Note 50th Anniversary
The Abilene Reporter-News [Newspaper]
Abilene, Taylor & Jones Co, TEXAS
15 Sept 1963

[editorial comment]
[Originally posted at Edwards Family Tree @ Ancestry.com [S135].]
P. B. Browns Note 50th Anniversary

Winters (RNS) - Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Brown observed their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house in their home.

Houseparty included Mr. and Mrs. Rey David, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Bishop [Emmett BISHOP and Ettie SLATE BISHOP].

Mrs. Brown, the former Myrtle Elizabeth Kincaid, was born Feb. 10, 1895, in Coleman County near Glen Cove. She is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Kincaid of Runnels County. Mr. Brown was born near San Antonio Nov. 24, 1888.

The couple was married Sept. 6, 1913, near Alvord. They met in Wise County when Mr. Brown was a cook, met his wife when he went to her home to buy vegetables for a railroad section gang.

The Browns have lived in Winters for five years. They also lived near Huntsville, Ark. and at Wichita Falls, where he was section foreman with the railroad. The farmed near Ovalo for 10 years.

Now a retired farmer, Mr. Brown has been a member of the Masonic Lodge since 1922.

Both members of the Church of Christ, they have one daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Cornelison of Lancaster, Calif. They have four grandchildren and three great-grand-children.
[end] 
 
50
Newspaper Article of COUSINS Jesse B and Margaret E 'Lizzie' PENDLETON COUSINS Family <br>
Members Talpa Family Killed Train Hits Auto <br>
Coleman Democrat-Voice [newspaper]  <br>
Coleman, Coleman Co, TEXAS <br>
18 September 1930
Newspaper Article of COUSINS Jesse B and Margaret E "Lizzie" PENDLETON COUSINS Family
Members Talpa Family Killed Train Hits Auto
Coleman Democrat-Voice [newspaper]
Coleman, Coleman Co, TEXAS
18 September 1930

[editorial comment]
[Contributed by Ralph Terry; originally posted at FindAGrave.]

Members Talpa Family Killed Train Hits Auto

Accident Happened Sunday [14 September 1930], Near Georgetown [Williamson Co, TEXAS].
Funeral Held Tuesday [16 September 1930]

Four members of a Talpa family living in Runnels county were killed and a fifth member fatally injured late Sunday when a southbound Missouri - Kansas - Texas passenger train struck a light sedan in which they were riding near Georgetown.

The dead are J. B. Cousins, 34; Mrs. Cousins [Margaret "Lizzie" PENDLETON COUSINS], 32; Archie Cousins, 6, and Harold Cousins, 2. J. B. Cousins, Jr. is believed fatally injured, was taken to a hospital at Georgetown for treatment.

Funeral services for the dead were conducted and interment made at Atoka Tuesday [16 September 1930].

Cousins, a farmer of Talpa, left his home because of drouth conditions, and had carried his family with him to south Texas to pick cotton.

According to information received here they had started for a Sunday afternoon ride when the car came upon a grade crossing of the railroad on an unfrequented county road. The train approached through a cut between the sides of the hill and Cousins was not believed to have seen it approach. The four met instant death.

Louis Pendleton, Cousin's brother-in-law, and his family were preceding the Cousins family in another car.

The engineer halted the train and backed it to Georgetown with the dead and injured child.

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