He had owned the land that we moved on about three years before we came to Mc Lean, but had it rented, so we had to move in the house with the family who lived there until we could rent a house for them to move into.
In some manner the large pins holding the great heavy spool had slipped and were insecure, and this broke loose, flew back, and at that instant Andrew, a sight-seer, stepped into the path of the machine, and was hit, barely missing John Frew.
Her daughter, PERMELIA CAROLINE BROOKSHIER, died Aug. A certified copy of the Choctaw Rolls, Mississippi, 1902, states that James Brookshire, whose Indian name was Old Blue Nose, and his wife, Sallie Graves, whose Indian name was Choyata, recorded spelling O-Ha-Ya, were both half Choctaw. Woolsey, stated he was born in Randolph Co., NC in 1811; father emigrated to KY, then to TN, then to Blount Co., AL. 27, 1854, and died April 1, 1860, is the one deceased. When a girl she joined the Christian church at Ladoga, but after all her children united with the Methodist church, during Rev. Mark Boling, son of Randolph and Jane Boling, passed away at his home here on the morning of January 27, 1922 at the age of eighty-two years and nineteen days, after an illness of several months, due to heart trouble.
Confession of Ervin, who was in jail in Huntsville awaiting execution for the murders of S. He sent greetings to his relatives still in NC: his mother, then living with Samuel, his brother Samuel and family, his brother Leonard and family, brother-in-law Joel Lucas and family, and brother Benjamin Graves. 1856 in Montgomery Co., NC claiming her said husband commenced a course of cruel treatment towards her and actually beat and abused her so badly that she was compelled on several occasions to leave her home and family; the divorce was granted 11 Sept. July 3, 1865, the mother died, and November 22, 1866, Mr. He was married to Agnes Catherine Cooper in 1877 and to this union was born five children, Alice Todd, of Edinburg; Effie Borden, of Indianapolis; Leona Mc Creary, of this place; and Jennie Boling, at home.
In 1910, Alice stated that five of her nine children were living; their children were born in Indiana. 1879 in Richland Twp., Randolph Co., NC., and continued living at Seagrove, NC, on his large farm of several hundred acres, until his death 6 Nov. He decided to leave it to others to decide whether it was always for the soul that drew them to the meeting or if it was the longest way was the sweetest way home while walking barefoot with a pretty girl and your shoes in your hand. 1888 in Clay Co., IN (Record 15-9), died in the V. Hospital, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL, and was buried in Maple Grove Cem., Harrison Twp., Clay Co., IN. She was born 24 July 1876 in Falls Co., TX, died in 1954 in Big Spring, TX, and was also buried in Mt. He was born 9 March 1868 in Alexandria Twp., Leavenworth Co., KS, died 14 July 1936 near Fairfax, Osage Co., OK, and was also buried in Pixley Cem., although there are no headstones on their Graves, per R‑24. Wilburn Elbert Graves (230) was born 14 April 1847 in NC, died of a cerebral hemorrhage in Stockton, Washington Twp., Cedar Co., MO, and was buried in Old Union Cem., Washington Twp., Cedar Co., MO. With his regiment he took part in Shermans campaign on the way to Atlanta and marched with Sherman and his troops to the sea, afterwards passing through the Carolinas and Virginia on to Washington, where he participated in the Grand Review, and on 9 June 1865 was honorably discharged. Floyd Terry Barnes (2643) was born 3 July 1899 in Shawnee, Pottawatomie Co., Oklahoma Territory, died 5 March 1952 (or 1954 according to R‑47) in Boise, Ada Co., ID, and was buried in Glenns Ferry, Elmore Co., ID. 1893 in Wynnewood, Pontotoc Co., Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory (later Wynnewood was in Garvin Co., OK), died 9 Aug. as age 8 census living with his sister Nancy Graves Douglas family in Dick Johnson, Clay Co., IN, and second as age 12 living with his sister [Mary] Jane Williams family, in Van Buren, Clay Co., IN . Responsible for erosion control, tree planting, flood regulation, drainage, and recreation development, this program was instituted for unemployed single men from ages 18-25, who were clothed, housed, and fed; they were required to send home - from their princely monthly paychecks of . Elizabeth (Lizzie) Graves (2534) was born 14 June 1894 in Van Buren Twp., Clay Co., IN, died in Vermillion Co. IN, and was buried in Roselawn Memorial Park, Terre Haute, Vigo Co., IN. Between 18, she registered to practice in the following Texas towns, listed on the back of her Permanent Certificate: Hamilton, Mills, Comanche, Eastland, Brown, Callahan, Scurry, and Randall. on June 13, 1899, she selected the town of Rising Star in which to open her practice. 1978 in Fort Worth, Tarrant Co., TX, and was buried 30 Nov. On the 1870 census in Ladoga Post Office, Clark Township, Montgomery Co., IN, his wife is listed as Francis [sic] P., age 24, born Indiana; in 1880 he was living in Pleasant View, Cherokee Co., KS, and his wife was listed as Betti, age 24, born KS; in 1900 he lived in Garden, Cherokee Co., KS with his wife Sarah, age 50, born KY. 1960 in Broadlawns General Hospital, Des Moines, and was buried in Jordan Cem., Walnut Twp., near West Des Moines, Polk Co., IA. Although her license registrations expose her search for communities that would need her dental talents, they do not reveal the courage that she had to have to search for a community that would accept a woman dentist.1858 after a full investigation of the entire case, we unanimously agreed, and do hereby render our award to be That the defendant do pay the plaintiff, nothing, and that the plaintiff Nancy Graves do pay all the costs of said suit. Graves married Elizabeth Baker, by whom he was the father of these two children: Clara E., born Feb. Relatives and friends who were here to attend the funeral were Bert Boling, of Brownstown; Mrs.