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151
(1) Glennie STARNES is listed in a household headed by her uncle, James H. STARNES, in the 1900 census of the 3rd Civil District of James [now Hamilton] County, TN. [The copiler believes that James H. STARNES was James Henry STARNES, Sr.]

According to the 1900 census, Glennie was born in August 1899 and was then 6 months old. According to the 1900 census, she was born in TN, and both of her parents were also born in TN. 
STARNS, Glennie (I2754)
 
152
(1) Henry County, Iowa Marriages, Book G-2, 30 March 1887 - 28 September 1895, p. 5:

Groom, REID, John; Bride, HALE, Della; Date of Marriage, 19 Oct. 1887 at Mt. Pleasant, by W. D. Leedham 
Family F6327
 
153 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3550)
 
154
(1) Ida L. or Ida GROSS is listed in a household headed by her father, John H. or John GROSS, in the 1880 census of the 3rd Civil District in James County, TN; the family is listed twice in the 1880 census.

According to the 1880 census, Ida L. or Ida was born in January 1880 and was then five months old. According to the 1880 census, she was born in TN.

(2) Ida A. STARNES is listed in a household headed by her brother-in-law, James H. STARNES, in the 1900 census of the 3rd Civil District of James [now Hamilton] County, TN. [The compiler believes that James H. STARNES was James Henry STARNES, Sr.]

According to the 1900 census, Ida A. [Colonel A.'s wife] was born in January 1870 and was then 20 years of age. According to the 1900 census, she was born in TN, and both of her parents were also born in TN. Also, according to the 1900 census, she had then been married 3 years and had given birth to one child, who was then living. [The compiler believes that Ida A. was Ida L. STARNS.]

(3) Ida A. STARNES is listed in a household headed by Colonel STARNES in the 1910 census of Hobart, Kiowa County, OK at 230 Lowe Street. [The compiler believes that Colonel STARNES was Colonel Andrew STARNS.]

According to the 1910 census, Ida A. was then 29 years of age; therefore, according to the 1910 census, she was born in about 1881. According to the 1910 census, she was born in TN, and both of her parents were also born in TN. Also, according to the 1910 census, she had been married 12 years and had given birth to six children, 4 of whom were then living. [The compiler believes that Ida A. was Ida L. STARNS.]

(4) Ida STARNES is listed in a household headed by Colonel O. STARNES in the 1920 census of Hobart, Kiowa County, OK at 401 South Jefferson Street. [The compiler believes that Colonel O. STARNES was Colonel Andrew STARNS.]

According to the 1920 census, Ida was then 34 years of age; therefore, according to the 1920 census, she was born in about 1886. According to the 1920 census, she was born in TN, and both of her parents were also born in TN. [The compiler believes that Ida was Ida L. STARNS.]

(5) Ida STARNES is listed in a household headed by her husband, Colonel A. STARNES, in the 1930 census of Ward 2, Block 900, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, OK at 919 Northeast Eighth Street.

According to the 1930 census, Ida was then 46 years of age; therefore, according to the 1930 census, she was born in about 1884. According to the 1930 census, she was born in TN, and both of her parents were born in TN.

(5) By a warranty deed dated September 6, 1929 and recorded on September 27, 1929 in Book 374, page 316, in the office of the Recorder of Deeds of Oklahoma County, OK, Annie B. HERRING, a widow, conveyed to Ida STARNS Lot 26, Block 3, Park Subdivision of Oak Park Addition, Oklahoma City, OK; such real estate was located at 919 N.E. 8th Street in Oklahoma City. In connection with that conveyance, Ida assumed and agreed to pay a first mortgage on such real estate in the then current amount of $1,095.80.

On March 17, 1933, Ida STARNS and C. A. STARNS, husband and wife, appeared before a Notary Public in Norman, Cleveland County, OK, to execute a quitclaim deed to such real estate to Annie B. HERRING. That quitclaim deed was recorded on June 30, 1933 in Book 449, page 356, in the office of the Recorder of Deeds of Oklahoma County, OK.

(6) A household headed by Ida STARNS is listed in the 1940 census of Norman, Cleveland County, OK. The official enumeration date of this household is April 1, 1940; the actual enumeration date of this household is April 25, 1940.

Ida's household is listed at 910 Monnett Street [sic; should be Monnett Avenue].

Ida is listed as a widow who was then 60 years of age; therefore, according to the 1940 census, she was born in about 1880. [Note by compiler: Getrude M. was really not then widowed; her former husband, Colonel Andrew STARNS, was then living in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, OK.] According to the 1940 census, she was born in TN. According to the 1940 census, her residence as of April 1, 1935 was at the same place as it was as of April 1, 1940.

Listed with Ida is her son, Byron, a book store clerk who was then 27 years of age; therefore, according to the 1940 census, he was born in about 1913. According to the 1940 census, he was born in OK. According to the 1940 census, his residence as of April 1, 1935 was at the same place as it was as of April 1, 1940.

Also listed with Ida is her daughter, Maurine CUNNINGHAM, a transcriber who was then 30 years of age; therefore, according to the 1940 census, she was born in about 1910. According to the 1940 census, she was born in OK. According to the 1940 census, her residence as of April 1, 1935 was at the same place as it was as of April 1, 1940.

(7) According to the Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, OK, February 15, 1948, p. 67, Mrs. Ida Starnes attended a reception held by the Oklahoma County Women's Democratic Club for the State Democratic Committee in the Colonial Room of the Huckins Hotel on February 15, 1948.

(8) Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 [database online], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004:

Name: Ida A Starns
Death Date: Oct 1956
County of Death: Alachua
State of Death: Florida
Race: White
Gender: Female 
GROSS, Ida Lynda (I73)
 
155
(1) Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920 [database online], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004:

Name: George W. Ridenour
Date: 19 Apr 1914
Location: South Bend
Age: 76 Yr
Gender: Male
Race: White
Source Location: City Health Office, South Bend
Source notes: The source of this record is the book CH-47 on page 81 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.

(2) www.findagrave.com:

George W Ridenour
Birth: Aug. 23, 1837
Death: Apr. 19, 1914

Family links: Spouse: Sarah Ann Bolinger Ridenour (1837 - 1901); Children: Bert L Ridenour (1870 - 1900)

Burial: City Cemetery, South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana, USA

Created by: Linda Messersmith
Record added: Apr 11, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 88343646 
RIDENOUR, George W. (I33124)
 
156
(1) Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920 [database online], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004:

Name: Sarah Ridenour
Date: 17 Apr 1901
Location: Portage Township
Age: 63 Yr
Gender: Female
Race: White
Source Location: County Health Office, South Bend
Source notes: The source of this record is the book H-18 on page 286 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.

(2) www.findagrave.com:

Sarah Ann Bolinger Ridenour
Birth: Sep. 2, 1837
Death: Apr. 17, 1901

Family links: Spouse: George W Ridenour (1837 - 1914); Children: Bert L Ridenour (1870 - 1900)

Burial: City Cemetery, South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana, USA

Created by: Linda Messersmith
Record added: Apr 11, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 88343725 
HUSTON, Sarah Ann (I33125)
 
157
(1) Jennette STARNES is listed in a household headed by her father, Colonel O. Starnes, in the 1920 census of Hobart, Kiowa County, OK at 401 South Jefferson Street. [The compiler believes that Colonel O. STARNES was Colonel Andrew STARNS.]

According to the 1920 census, Jennette was then 2 years of age; therefore, according to the 1920 census, she was born in about 1918. According to the 1920 census, she was born in OK. [The compiler believes that Jennette was Evelyn Jeanette STARNS.]

(2) California Death Index, 1940-1997 [database online], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000:

Name: RUTHERFORD, JEANETTE
Social Security #: 565-48-1975
Sex: FEMALE
Birth Date: 17 Dec 1918
Birthplace: OKLAHOMA
Death Date: 1 Aug 1974
Death Place: LOS ANGELES
Mother's Maiden Name:
Father's Surname: 
STARNS, Evelyn Jeanette (I2746)
 
158
(1) Lee County, IA Marriage Book #1, 1838-1851, p. 17:

John Frost to Miss Lucinda Parks, 3 Nov. 1844 by James R. Ross, M.G. [Minister of the Gospel]

(2) Early American Marriages: Iowa to 1850, Bountiful, UT: Precision Indexing Publishers, 19xx:

Frost, John married Parks, Lucinda on 03 Nov 1844 in Lee County, Iowa 
Family F744
 
159
(1) Lucille STARNS is listed in a household headed by her father, Colonel O. Starnes, in the 1920 census of Hobart, Kiowa County, OK at 401 South Jefferson Street. [The compiler believes that Colonel O. STARNES was Colonel Andrew STARNS.]

According to the 1920 census, Lucille was then 5 years of age; therefore, according to the 1920 census, she was born in about 1915. According to the 1920 census, she was born in OK. [The compiler believes that Lucille was Jennie Lucile STARNS.]

(2) Unknown Newspaper [probably an Enid, OK newspaper], unknown date [probably shortly after August 28, 1934]:

Victor Frost, whose marriage to Miss Lucile Starns of Norman, was an event of August 18, were honor guests at a shower given at the Frost home in Waukomis August 23 by Mrs. Flossie Barkley and Miss Grace Hale of Enid, aunts of the groom. A song by Helen and Lenora Stevenson, accompanied by Mrs. Leo Brinker at the piano, and contests were the pastimes of the afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. Emery Born, Mrs. Thelma Gungoll. and Mrs. V.B. Beard. Mr. Frost assisted his wife in unwrapping the lovely and useful gifts. Color motif in pink and white were [sic] carried out in the decoration and ice refreshments. Those present were Mrs. John Roads, Mrs. B.F. Taylor, Mrs. J.F. Trojan, Mrs. V. E. Smith, Mrs. C. M. Doerr, David Pribil, Mrs. V.B. Beard, Miss Dorothy Jean Iven, Mrs. John Iven, Miss Kathryn Iven, Mrs. L. Reinkemeyer, May Bell Briggs, Grace Herrian, Ellen Ann Trojan, Mrs. T. Krippendorf, Mr. Joe P. Pospisil, and Mrs. W.M. Dillon of Bison, Mrs. S.K. Roads, Laura Haygood; Mrs. Leo Brinker, Mrs. R. Glendenning, and Mrs. Fred Tripp of Waukomis, Mrs. Woodrow Jack, Mrs. Henry Gungoll, Mrs. Roy Hale, Mrs. Emery Born, Mrs. [sic] Grace Hale and Mrs. Flossie Barkley of Enid, Mrs. Don Hale, Mrs. Evelyn Johnston, Mrs. Elfa Cassidy, and Lois Hale of Marshall, Mrs. Bessie Stevenson, Helen and Leonora of Waukomis, Mrs. Ethel Jones, Mrs. Etta Evans, Miss Ellen Jones, Marvin Jones, and Eldon Evans of Hillsdale.

(3) The Indianapolis News, Indianapolis, IN, 11/21/1980:

Mrs. Victor Frost

Mrs. Victor (Jennie Lucile) Frost, 66, Carmel, died today in Methodist Hospital. Memorial contributions maps be made to the American Cancer Society. Private graveside services will be at Oaklawn Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday from 3 to 6 p.m. at Flanner & Buchanan Shadeland Mortuary. Survivors - sons Victor II, J. Michael Frost; sister Maureen Wehrend.

(4) The Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis, IN, 11/22/1980:

Jennie Lucile Frost

Private graveside services for Jennie Lucile Frost, 66, Carmel, the widow of Victor Frost, will be held in Oaklawn Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday in Flanner and Buchanan Shadeland Mortuary. She died Friday in Methodist Hospital. Born at Hobart, Okla., she had lived at Carmel since July. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Survivors include two sons, Victor II and J. Michael Frost.

(5) The Courier, Findlay, OH, 11/22/1980:

JENNIE L. FROST

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Mrs. Jennie L. Frost, 66, of Indianapolis, died Friday morning at Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis.

She was born April 4, 1914, in Hobart, Okla., to C.A. and Ida Starns. She was married to Victor L. Frost and he died in July 1980.

She is survived by two sons, J. Michael and Victor L. II, both of Indianapolis; a sister, Mrs. Maureen Wehrend, Denver City, Texas; and two grandchildren.

Mrs. Frost was a housewife. Her husband headed international exploration operations for Marathon Oil Co. until his retirement in 1973. The Frosts resided in Findlay from 1960 until July of this year.

Private graveside services will be held Monday at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens, Indianapolis.

Visitation will be Sunday from 3-6 p. m. at Flanner and Buchanan Shadeland Mortuary, Indianapolis.

Memorials may be rnade to the American Cancer Society.

(6) Social Security Death Index:

Name: Jennie Frost
SSN: 296-62-2261
Last Residence: 46032 Carmel, Hamilton, Indiana, United States of America
Born: 4 Apr 1914
Died: Nov 1980
State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (1973)

(7) www.findagrave.com:

Jennie L Frost
Birth: 1914
Death: 1980

Family links: Spouse: Victor L Frost (1911 - 1980)

Burial: Oaklawn Memorial Gardens, Indianapolis, Hamilton County, Indiana, USA
Plot: Garden of Devotion

Created by: TASM
Record added: Mar 26, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 67501411

[Note by compiler: This cemetery has a post-office address of 9700 Allisonville Road, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN 46250, but it is physically located immediately north of Marion County in Hamilton County, IN.] 
STARNS, Jennie Lucile (I72)
 
160
(1) Margaret HALL is listed in a household headed by her father, Luke HALL, in the 1850 census of District 17, Jackson County, TN. [The compiler believes that Margaret's and Luke's surname was really HALE or HAIL.]

Margaret is listed in the 1850 census as a person who was then 4 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, she was born in about 1846. Her birthplace is not listed in the 1850 census.

According to www.findagrave.com, Luke HALE and Margaret REESER "had about eight children: Mary, Margret, Andrew Jackson, George W., Malinda, Sarah, Nancy and Alexander." If these children are listed in birth order, Margaret would have been the second eldest child. However, in the 1850 census, Margaret is listed as the seventh eldest child.]

(2) According to some sources, Margaret HALE was born on 1 February 1831 in TN, married John W. WHITSON, and died on 17 July 1880 in Wayne County, IL. However, according to www.findagrave.com, John W. WHITSON's wife was instead Margaret Miranda (DENTON) WHITSON, who was born on 1 February 1831 in Nashville, Davidson County, TN, died on 17 July 1880, and is buried in Hale Cemetery, Johnsonville, Wayne County, IL.

According to other sources, Margaret Miranda (DENTON) WHITSON was a daughter of Joshua DENTON and his wife Jane. 
HALE, Margaret (I28698)
 
161
(1) Melvin STARNES is listed in a household headed by his father, Colonel STARNES, in the 1910 census of Hobart, Kiowa County, OK at 230 Lowe Street. [The compiler believes that Colonel STARNES was Colonel Andrew STARNS.]

According to the 1910 census, Melvin was then 6 years of age; therefore, according to the 1910 census, he was born in about 1904. According to the 1910 census, he was born in OK. [The compiler believes that Melvin was Colonel Melvin STARNS.]

(2) Melvin STARNES is listed in a household headed by his father, Colonel O. STARNES, in the 1920 census of Hobart, Kiowa County, OK at 401 South Jefferson Street. [The compiler believes that Colonel O. STARNES was Colonel Andrew STARNS.]

According to the 1920 census, Melvin was then 15 years of age; therefore, according to the 1920 census, he was born in about 1905. According to the 1920 census, he was born in OK. [The compiler believes that Melvin was Colonel Melvin STARNS.]

(3) On September 3, 1930, Melvin STARNS was committed to Central State Hospital [now Oklahoma State Hospital], Norman, OK, on the petition of his father, C. A. STARNS. Melvin, who was diagnosed as suffering from dementia praecox [schizophrenia], spent the remaining 42 years of his life in this hospital.

Following is a summary of some of the hospital records, many of which are illegible:

Name: Starnes [sic], Melvin
Number: 30054
Residence: Oklahoma City, Okla.
County: Okla.
Admitted By: Dr. Chas. A. Brake
Time: 3:15 P.M.
Ward: HHM2
Brought from Oklahoma City, Okla.
By: Bill Raynor, R. G. Henry
Petitioner: C. A. Stanrs [sic] of Okla. City, Okla.
Medical Certificate: Dr. A. J. Coley of Okla. City, Okla.
Made By: Dr. W. C. Cummings of Okla. City, Okla.
Committed on the 3rd. day of Sept. 1930
Hon. C. C. Christison
Judge of Oklahoma County . . .
Correspondent: C. A. Starns (father)
Address: 919 E. 8th St. Okla. City, Okla. . . .

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NAME: Melvin Starns
ADMITTED: Sept. 3, 1930

CONTINUED NOTES

Melvin Starns was admitted to this hospital on Sept. 3 1930 from Okla. County.

His father, C. A. Starnes [sic] was born in Tenn., living and well at the age of 56, mother, Ida Gross born in Tenn., living and well at the age of 46. One brother and five sisters, all apparently normal.

Patient received a fairly good education, having completed the 10th grade and entered the 11th, and later taking part of a business course. It is stated that his health was good up until two years ago, at which time his mental systems became noticeable, manifested by silliness and [illegible] [some of the following language is a repetition of earlier language] his mental systems became noticeable, manifested by silliness and being foolish, his talk became more or less irresponsible, and somewhat chilling in his ideas. He worked part of the time for his father as a carpenter helper, but lately worked at odd jobs and just before coming to the hospital worked with a truck, and he states was doing very well, got $8[?].00 a day for his work and while he did not work everyday, the man kept his records of everything done so that he thinks everything is satisfactory and states that if he [illegible] at in connection with his employer he would [?] get his cut at once and would go back to work, does not realize that there is anything wrong with his mind in any respect.

Patient is oversize, has an evasive, defective look, hard to explain although he received practically a high school education. His ideas are to some extent relevant but usually in reference to things distant from the subject, has no insight. Tells of two different motorcycle accidents, one in 1924 and the other in 1930 [?], in which his big toe and the other time his ankle was injured. There is marked fine tremor of tongue and [illegible] the left [illegible] reflex is considerably increased over the [illegible] of the tongue.

Examiner is inclined to believe that there is an organic condition present because it seems incredible that in two years patient would show the deterioration present in this case from Simple Praecox which would be the other diagnosis suggested by the examiner. On account of his size, and asymmetry of his head one would be justified in thinking of endocrine disfunction probably of the pituitary gland.

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Staff Meeting September 5, 1930

Present: Drs. Gable, Steen [?] and Drake

Dr. Steen [?] reported the admission of Mr. Starnes [sic] to this hospital, [much of the rest of this paragraph is illegible].

Dr. Gable said from the history, he is [illegible] patient is a simple praecox.

Dr. Steen [?] [illegible] irrelevant, silly, silently punitive, one [illegible].

Dementia praecox, simple form, concurred in by [illegible].

* * *

PROGRESS NOTE [much of this record is illegible]

STARNS, Melvin

7-19-56

This patient was accidently seen by Dr. Kleinschmidt when conducting physical examinations for the patients on 19B prior to going swimming. It was noted that the patient seemed in good contact, and the physical examination was quite within normal limits despite his being about 52 years old.

Judging from the very small clinical folder, this man had evidently made a very uneventful hospital adjustment here through the most part of his 26 years [of confinement]. On admission he was considered to be a Dementia Praecox or Schizophrenia, Simple Type. However, this undoubtedly is an error because he is not simple at the present time, has shown no regression, and in fact is in a very uneventful remission. His original admission [illegible] in 1930 suggested a hebephrenic like attack. In any event at the present time he is not seen as seen as psychotic. Unfortunately he has some "hospitalitis", and his original intelligence is [illegible] estimated at bright normal, and he is still functioning within the average range. He is fairly well read considering [illegible] culture for the last 26 years. [Nearly all of the rest of this record is illegible.]

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PROGRESS NOTE

STARNES [sic], MELVIN
Reg. No. 30054
Age - 64
Ward - 34A

ADMISSION TO HOSPITAL:

First time 9-3-1930; and has been here ever since.

ADMISSION TO WARD:

11-10-[illegible] - transferred from 39 A. [illegible]

JOB ASSIGNMENT:

Patient works on hospital grounds at yardwork and various jobs for [illegible] of the Doctors, etc.

FAMILY CONTACT:

Patient goes on home visits almost each week. He [illegible], but he shows no interest in leaving the hospital.

WARD BEHAVIOR:

Patient is not a very neat type person. He stays mostly [illegible] working. He doesn't talk very much - never gives any trouble.

DIAGNOSIS:

Schizophrenic, simple type, catatonic. . . .

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CLINICAL RECORD

SOCIAL DATA

STARNS, MELVIN
Reg. No.
Ward 19B

Jack Horner, Caseworker
SS# 3853

3-29-57 - 6-7-57

IDENTIFICATION: Melvin Starns is a middle age single mental invalid who was admitted to Central State Hospital for the first time in Sept. of 1930. He has been hospitalized a major portion of this past 26?? years. He has no strong religious or fraternal ties. His only employment was as a carpenter's helper with his father.

REFERRAL: This patient was referred by the ward psychiatrist for possible release planning after some interest in the patient was indicated by the patient's sister, Mrs. Wilma Lewis.

REASON FOR HOSPITALIZATION: This patient had hebephrenic type of schizophrenia in 1930.

COURSE IN THE HOSPITAL: In 1951 this patient was reported standing in front of the mirror changing the expressions on his face. In 1956 Dr. Kleinschmidt staff [illegible] him and at this time he seemed to be in good contact and to have maintained a good adjustment in the hospital.

A ward report in Jan. of 1957 indicates that the patient talked sensibly at times but might be frightening to individuals who don't know him because he talks to himself on the grounds. He often comes to the ward personnel demanding to have a shoe back which "someone got."

In a recent interview the patient thought that he might like to be a sheep herder, talked to himself, and has in times of the past, we understand, refused to come in off of his job if he thought he had company.

Since the patient has been in the hospital he has found considerable comfort in routine work for Mr. Walker. He cleans the chicken yard every Monday at Mr. Walker's home on the grounds and has a reasonably close attachment to Mr. Walker. Mr. Walker has apparently given him occasional pay.

The patient is suspicious that his mother-in-law [sic] wants him to come out of the hospital only to work on his tomatoes. When Mr. Burns offered him a job on the garbage truck in Norman, Okla., in the summer of 1956, the patient thought he might be interested, but could not follow through in accepting employment. The patient felt that he could not accept construction work outside the hospital because it was a "push up hill." Apparently at one time he had been a brick layers helper. It is quite obvious that the patient thought more of Mr. Walker than he did Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Lewis [sic]. Certainly he had more frequent contact with Mr. Walker than he did with Mrs. Lewis. Her interest has only been recent.

The patient's sister showed some interest in obtaining teeth for the patient because he complained. A check with the dentist, however, indicates that partial plates could not be made which would be satisfactory for the patient, and that his teeth are so worn down at this point that false teeth cannot be made for him, on the other hand his teeth are sound at this point and no full set of dentures is recommended.

(4) Melvin STARNS is listed as a patient in the 1940 census of Central Oklahoma State Hospital [now Oklahoma State Hospital], Norman, Cleveland County, OK. The official enumeration date of this institution is April 1, 1940; the actual enumeration date of this institution is April 15, 1940.

Melvin is listed in the 1940 census as a person who was then 36 years of age; therefore, according to the 1940 census, he was born in about 1904. According to the 1940 census, he was born in OK. His residence as of April 1, 1935 is not listed in the 1940 census. 
STARNS, Colonel Melvin (I2735)
 
162
(1) Morene STARNES is listed in a household headed by her father, Colonel STARNES, in the 1910 census of Hobart, Kiowa County, OK at 230 Lowe Street. [The compiler believes that Colonel STARNES was Colonel Andrew STARNS.]

According to the 1910 census, Morene was then 2 months of age; therefore, according to the 1910 census, she was born in about 1910. According to the 1910 census, she was born in OK. [The compiler believes that Morene was Ida Maurine STARNS.]

(2) Maurine STARNES is listed in a household headed by her father, Colonel O. STARNES, in the 1920 census of Hobart, Kiowa County, OK at 401 South Jefferson Street. [The compiler believes that Colonel O. STARNES was Colonel Andrew STARNS.]

According to the 1920 census, Maurine was then 9 years of age; therefore, according to the 1920 census, she was born in about 1911. According to the 1920 census, she was born in OK. [The compiler believes that Maurine was Ida Maurine STARNS.]

(3) Denver City (TX) Press, February 1, 1997, p. 8a:

Maurine Wehrend Leaves Mark as Superior Educator

By Danielle Swisher

There is a bit of sparkle that has been roving around Denver City for years, now. She can be seen most anywhere, a cheery, sharp-witted presence?she is Maurine Wehrend, and she recently shared her experiences and insights with us at her home.

Mrs. Wehrend made it clear at the outset that she intended to talk mostly about her husband, the late William R. Wehrend. Her devotion to him stands out quite clearly. "He was a brilliant man, a self-made man," she says. Mr. Wehrend had two children--Bill Jr., who lives in Palo Alto, CA, and Carole de la Torre, who married a Peruvian man and lived there for many years, and is now in Miami, FL.

Mr. Wehrend was the son of a dairy farmer in Princeton, Minnesota. His father didn't want his son to go to college, but to stay home and work the dairy. William had other plans, however. He went to a Minnesota Ag campus for 2 years, and then was off to World War I. He had played in the band at home, and now as part of the field artillery he entertained the troops and picked up the dead.

He came to the University of Oklahoma at Norman to teach in 1929. He was the first full-time band director there, and the first in the nation to specifically train band directors. J.W. Jones was the superintendent of schools in Denver City. Mr. Wehrend would send out his pupils to Denver City to direct the band here, but they would leave after a while. "They were young guys, and there wasn't much to do in Denver City, so they left," Mrs. Wehrend explains.

Meanwhile, Mr. Wehrend's schedule at the University was extremely hectic. "He would have been dead long before if he'd stayed there," she says. The couple married in 1945, and they moved to Denver City that same year.

"There wasn't much of a town then," Mrs. Wehrend muses. "There weren't many houses, since most of the people worked in the oil business, and they lived in the camps. We lived in a school house for 14 years before we got this house.

"Bill did everything--he directed the band, of course, and he sometimes did the choir, too. He even drove the band bus. All that without extra pay."

Mr. Wehrend's career was a long and distinguished one. He was the grand national president of Kappa Kappa Psi, the band fraternity. He took 16 bands to the Cotton Bowl, one to the Orange Bowl. "He put women in the band, too. They were very good. He gave the band a foundation?they were and still are the best, thanks to him," Mrs. Wehrend says enthusiastically. He taught in Denver City for 22 years, and was 72 years old when he retired in 1967 or ?68.

The two of them did everything together, and even painted many of the houses around town.

Mrs. Wehrend did eventually open up about her own, very interesting, life. She has three degrees, and has worked hard her whole life, always trying to better herself.

She started working in a Western Union office when she was in high school in Oklahoma City. She tried to learn every position in the office, and when someone was sick, she would fill in.

Also in high school, she found the subject that she would study her whole life--languages. Her sister took Spanish, and she thought that it was wonderful, and took it up, herself. In college, she majored in the Romance languages. She speaks Spanish and French fluently, and has also studied German.

At the time, a woman going to college was unusual. "They said that a girl could learn everything she would need to know from her mother," she laughs. "Women weren't supposed to go to college."

She was an office worker most of her life?as the recorder at O.U. from 1927 to 1945, at the Atlantic refining company, and then at Indian Royalty, which later became Cornell Oil Co.

However, demographics gave her an opportunity to go back to the languages she loves. The migrant farm workers would start out in the valley and gradually work their way to the beet fields of Colorado. These people needed to learn English, and Mrs. Wehrend was eager to teach them. For 11 years she worked with them, along with the Spanish teacher, Mrs. Chet Holcombe, who would become her best friend.

"No money was allotted to my program," she says. "It was up to me to purchase school supplies and clothes (if necessary). Mrs. Chet Holcombe helped a great deal. There was a Mexican dinner each year?the proceeds from this were used by Los Amigos Spanish Club and Mrs. Holcombe to help with my students. This occasion was one of the highlights of the school year, with music furnished by the band students and Mr. Wehrend."

The program was disbanded, however, and Mrs. Wehrend went on to a new assignment--teaching kindergarten. With only 5 years left until she would have to retire from the school system, she went back to college to learn her new vocation. Was all that effort worth it? "Of course," she affirms. "I have people tell me that if it weren't for me, they wouldn't be where they are today. At the time they may have thought I was mean, but it turned out very good for them."

She was a pioneer in bilingual education. "The kids in other schools who didn't speak English would just be sent to the back of the room to color pictures. I told them when they got here, 'your father works in the fields, your mother keeps your clothes clean, and it's your job to learn, and you will whether you want to, or not.' A lot of them are still here in Denver City, and have families of their own now.

"When they came here, I would give them the easiest book we had, and they would still cry, 'I can't do it!' but I told them, 'you will learn to do it.' They were always welcome. Some kids carne because it was warmer in school than in their houses.

"I don't believe in social promotion in school. I kept some kids 2 years, and that gave them a wonderful foundation. My kids did well. I taught them Phonics, and they could read and write. I've gotten many letters from the children I taught. One in particular was a Spanish-American girl who was one of the brightest kids I ever taught. I believed in her, and that made a difference."

Mrs. Wehrend feels that, although everyone should be encouraged to preserve their heritage, it is important to learn English. "If we went to Mexico, we wouldn't find all the signs and everything in English. But the young people are learning English, and that's good."

Mrs. Wehrend's fascination with language has helped in the extensive travelling they did--they went to Mexico many times, and to Europe, England, Hawaii, and cruises to North Africa. "I like 'regatear'?bargaining with people for my purchases," she says.

Mrs. Wehrend is at times concerned about the changes she sees in the world. "I substituted for a while, and I was disturbed at how some of the kids don't have respect for anyone--they wouldn't look up the words in the dictionary, and they couldn't read a paragraph and tell what had happened in it. They've got to want to learn.

"Back in the Depression, everyone had to hang together. And, musicians played because they loved it. There were no scholarships, people did things because they wanted to. Musicians didn't practice as much as they do now, either."

Mrs. Wehrend has many happy memories of her life, and the love of her life--Mr. Wehrend. "We enjoyed each other's company so much. We told each other we loved each other every day.

"It's a great life. I love people, and I wouldn't trade Denver City?even though it wasn't much in the beginning."

Mrs. Wehrend's loving joy is contagious, too?a person can't help but feel that the world, and Denver City, is a better place because she is in it.

(4) Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, Lubbock, TX, August 29, 1997 :

Insurance agent gets 10 years in prison

By MARY ALICE ROBBINS
Morris News Service

AUSTIN - A Yoakum County jury Friday sentenced Richard Sommers Moreland Jr., a Dallas insurance agent, to 10 years in prison for bilking three elderly West Texas women out of almost $500,000.

Moreland, 37, was convicted Thursday on two felony charges, theft by deception and securing a document by deception. The jury sentenced him to 10 years on each charge, but the sentences will run concurrently.

As part of his punishment, Moreland also must pay $92,000 in restitution.

Jim Davis, spokesman for the Texas Department of Insurance, said the state agency's fraud unit began investigating Moreland in March 1996 after learning that he had convinced an elderly woman to withdraw money in savings and invest it in companies he owned. The investigation revealed that other women had been defrauded, Davis said.

''It's unfortunate there are people like Richard Moreland out there who prey on old people,'' said Yoakum County District Attorney Richard Clark.

Clark said Moreland convinced Maurine Wehrend of Denver City, an 87-year-old retired school teacher, to cash in an annuity and invest in a business he was trying to start. Moreland defrauded Wehrend of about $187,000, the district attorney said.

Moreland also defrauded two 89-year-old women, Pearl Prewitt of Abilene and Ina Barker of Erath County, Clark said. Prewitt's loss was about $220,000, and Barker lost $82,500, he said.

Clark said Moreland used some of the money on the business, Moreland Educational Services Inc., but used much of it to buy drugs.

Davis said the fraud occurred over a three-year period, beginning in 1993.

Clark said Moreland claimed to have borrowed the money from the three women, but one of the victims lives in a nursing home and is mentally incapable of making monetary decisions.

''How could anybody with integrity say that he was borrowing money from her when she didn't know what she was doing?'' Clark said.

Dale Barron, an attorney in the TDI fraud unit, was appointed by Clark as a special prosecutor and assisted with the case.

Insurance Commissioner Elton Bomer initiated a program last year to offer specialized help to local district attorneys wanting to intensify prosecution of insurance fraud in their counties.

(5) Death notice, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, Lubbock, TX, October 10, 2005:

Maurine Wehrend, 95, of Denver City died Saturday, Oct. 8, 2005, at Lubbock Heart Hospital. Services are pending with Boyer Funeral Chapel in Denver City.

(6) Obituary, Odessa (TX) American, October 12, 2005:

Maurine Wehrend

Denver City Maurine Wehrend, 95, of Denver City, a retired elementary teacher, died Saturday, Oct. 8, 2005, at Heart Hospital in Lubbock.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Denver City Memorial Park with the Rev. Gene Boyer officiating. Burial will be at Denver City Memorial Park Cemetery in Denver City. Arrangements are by Boyer Funeral Home.

She was born in Denver City [sic; she was born in Hobart, OK].

Survivors Son, Bill Wehred [sic] Jr. of Palo Alto, Calif.; and daughter, Carole De La Torre of Sugar Land [sic; Bill and Carole were her step-son and step-daughter, respectively].

(7) Obituary, Denver City (TX) Press, October 16, 2005:

MAURINE WEHREND

Graveside services for Maurine Wehrend, 95, of Denver City, were held at 2 p.m. on Thursday, October 13, 2005 at Denver City Memorial Park with Gene Boyer officiating. Burial followed in Denver City Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Boyer Funeral Chapel.

Mrs. Wehrend passed away on October 8, 2005 at the Heart Hospital in Lubbock after a lengthy illness [sic; her final illness was short]. She was born to Colonel Andrew and Ida Starns on February 4, 1910 in Hobart, OK. She was an elementary teacher of Denver City ISD for many years, a very active member of the Denver City Senior Citizens and a board member.

She was preceded in death by her husband, William, in 1995, six months before their 50th anniversary. She is survived by a step-son, Bill Wehrend, Jr., and wife Miriam, of Palo Alto, CA; a step-daughter, Carole de la Torre and her husband, Julio, of Sugarland, TX; and several nieces and nephews.

(8) Funeral card:

In Loving Memory

Maurine Wehrend
1910 -2005

Those we love don't go away;
They walk beside us every day . . .
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed and very dear.

In Loving Memory of
Maurine Wehrend

Entered This World
February 4, 1910

Passed From This Life
October 8, 2005

Graveside Service & Interment
Thursday
October 13, 2005
2:00 PM
Denver City Memorial Park
Gene Boyer, officiating

On behalf of the family, we wish to express
their gratitude for your many kindnesses, and
for your attendance at this service.

Boyer Funeral Chapel of Denver City
Gene Boyer, Funeral Director & Manager
120 W 4th, Denver City, Texas 79323
(806) 592-5400

Boyer Funeral Home
Dean & Candy Boyer, owners
410 NW 21st, Seminole, Texas 79360
(432) 758-5440 
STARNS, Ida Maurine (I2734)
 
163
(1) O'Dell, Cecil, Pioneers of Old Frederick County, Virginia, Marceline, MO: Walsworth Publishing Company, 1995, pp. 243-244:

Sarah Milburn married Robert Bull on 7 May 1761 at Hopewell Meeting House (Quaker). Witnesses who signed the marriage certificate were:

Mary Littler
John Littler
Elisabeth Littler
Edward Dodd
Morris Rees
Jonathan Ross
Thomas Rees
Patience Perkins
Rebekah Beaumont
Elizabeth Jolliffe
Mary Frost
Wm. Jolliffe, Jr.
Geo. Cunningham
Abel Walker
Rachel Medcalf
Eliz. Cunningham
Samuel Littler
Rachel Bruce
George Ross
Joseph Lupton
Morris Rees, Jr.
Mary Milburn
Tho. Butterfield
Hannah Perkins
Hannah Rees
Mary Taylor
Ann Taylor
Eliz. Conyers
Wm. Hobson
Thomas Jones
Eliz. Chinaweth
Nathan Littler
Catharine Littler
Alexander Ross
Rachel Lupton
David Ross
John Milburn, Jr.
Albenah Thomas
Sarah Bruce
Bethlehem Moseley
Lydia Cunningham
Mary Burney
Morgan Morgan, Jr.
Tho. McClunn
Hannah Rees
Mary Bowen

[The Mary FROST who witnessed the wedding was either (1) John FROST's wife or (2) John FROST's daughter, who married William Neill/O'Neall on 6th day of 7th month of the same year, 1761.] 
Family F4830
 
164
(1) O'Dell, Cecil, Pioneers of Old Frederick County, Virginia, Marceline, MO: Walsworth Publishing Company, 1995, pp. 243-245:

Robert Milburn was deceased by 26 May 1760 when an inventory was taken of his estate. Robert married Sarah Littler (daughter of John (b.1708) and Mary Littler) and their children were: John, David and Robert Milburn. 
MILBURN, Robert Sr. (I10273)
 
165
(1) O'Dell, Cecil, Pioneers of Old Frederick County, Virginia, Marceline, MO: Walsworth Publishing Company, 1995, pp. 244:

On 12 October 1763, William Gilliam/Gillum received a Fairfax grant for 167 acres which was part of the land John Frost sold to Peter Falkner in 1737. Falkner died intestate without known heirs. William and his wife Hannah Milburn Gilliam lived on this land. 
GILLIAM, William (I10280)
 
166
(1) Reno STARNES is listed in a household headed by her father, Colonel STARNES, in the 1910 census of Hobart, Kiowa County, OK at 230 Lowe Street. [The compiler believes that Colonel STARNES was Colonel Andrew STARNS.]

According to the 1910 census, Reno was then 8 years of age; therefore, according to the 1910 census, she was born in about 1902. According to the 1910 census, she was born in TN. [The compiler believes that Reno was Rene STARNS.]

(2) Reno STARNES is listed in a household headed by her father, Colonel O. STARNES, in the 1920 census of Hobart, Kiowa County, OK at 401 South Jefferson Street. [The compiler believes that Colonel O. STARNES was Colonel Andrew STARNS.]

According to the 1920 census, Reno was then 17 years of age; therefore, according to the 1920 census, she was born in about 1903. According to the 1920 census, she was born in TN. [The compiler believes that Reno was Rene STARNS.]

(3) Reno S. HUNT is listed as a roomer in a household headed by Nella C. BENJAMIN in the 1930 census of District 51, Sedgwick County, KS.

Reno is listed in the 1930 census as a stenographer at a retail building store. According to the 1930 census, she was divorced and was then 28 years of age; therefore, according to the 1930 census, she was born in about 1902. According to the 1930 census, she was born in TN, and both of her parents were born in TN.

(4) A household consisting solely of Rene HUNT is listed in the 1940 census of Ward 6, Wichita, Sedgwick County, KS. The official enumeration date of this household is April 1, 1940; the actual enumeration date of this household is April 10, 1940.

Rene's household is located at a house numbered 1358 on an unspecified street in Block 283.

Rene is listed in the 1940 census as a divorced office clerk who was then 38 years of age; therefore, according to the 1940 census, she was born in about 1902. According to the 1940 census, she was born in KS. According to the 1940 census, her residence as of April 1, 1935 was at the same place as it was as of April 1, 1940.

(5) Rene S. ROBERTSON died intestate on April 14, 1961 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, OK. Her estate was administered in the District Court of Oklahoma County, OK under cause no. 45130.

Alexander L. ("Bob") ROBERTSON was appointed as the administrator of Rene's estate on August 2, 1961.

Rene's heirs-at-law were:

1. Alexander L. ("Bob") ROBERTSON - husband
2. Jack R. HUNT - son

In consideration of the sum of $10,000 paid to him by Bob ROBERTSON, Jack HUNT relinquished his right to 50% of Rene's estate.

Rene's entire estate, for probate purposes (valued at $24,753.78), was distributed to Bob.

The only tangible personal property included in the inventory of the estate's assets was $100 in "miscellaneous personal effects."

OK inheritance tax in the amount of $176.16 was paid by Rene's estate.

(6) The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, OK, April 16, 1961, p. 191:

ROBERTSON - Mrs. Rene, 2621 NW 28. Survivors: husband A.L. (Bob) Robertson, city; sisters, Mrs. Jack Frost, Columbus [sic], Ohio; Mrs. Wilma Lewis, city. Services 2 p.m. Monday [April 17, 1961] in the Guardian Chapel.

(7) The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, OK, April 16, 1961, p. 52:

MRS. ROBERTSON

Services for Mrs. Rene Robertson, 59, of 2621 NW 28, who died Friday [April 14, 1961], will be at 2 p.m. Monday [April 17, 1961] in Guardian Funeral Home. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery.

Born in Chattanooga, Tenn., she was reared in Hobart and came to Oklahoma City in 1941. She was a member of the Methodist church.

Surviving are her husband, A. L., and three sisters, Mrs. Wilma Lewis, 1741 NE 20; Mrs. V. L. Frost, Findlay, Ohio; and Mrs. William Wehrand [sic], Denver City, Texas. 
STARNS, Rene (I2733)
 
167
(1) Trinity Episcopal Church, Toledo, OH, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials; Also Confirmations & Communicants (1858-1874):

Courtland BARR, son of Robert N. and Martha BARR, was born on October 12, 1871. He was baptised on March 30, 1872; such baptism was baptism no. 466 in this church. His sponsors at the baptism were William MARCHANT, D. B. SMITH and Marthar BARR.

(2) Records of Forest Cemetery, Toledo, OH:

Courtland BARR was buried on August 10, 1872 in Section M, space 241. He was nine months old at the time of his death. 
BARR, Courtland (I941)
 
168
(1) Trinity Episcopal Church, Toledo, OH, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials; Also Confirmations & Communicants (1858-1874):

Ida BARR was "b" [baptized].

Ida BARR was baptized on 12/19/1869; her baptism was no. 348 in this church; she was born in Toledo on 08/29/1869 to Robert N. BARR and Martha BARR; the sponsors/witnesses at her baptism were her parents and Susan MARCHANT. 
BARR, Ida (I810)
 
169
(1) Trinity Episcopal Church, Toledo, OH, Baptisms, Marriages & Burials; Also Confirmations & Communicants (1858-1874):

Sarah Susie SIMPSON was baptized on 04/25/1871; her baptism was no. 411 in this church; she was born on 09/14/1870 to Robert and Amelia SIMPSON; the sponsors/witnesses at her baptism were her parents and Emma MARCHANT. 
SIMPSON, Sarah Sue (I803)
 
170
(1) U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 [database online], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011:

Name: Mary Leslie Coutts
SAR Membership: 77550
Birth Date: 4 May 1789
Death Date: 26 Sep 1818
Spouse: William Frost
Children: Lucy Jane Frost
(2) U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 [database online], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011:

Name: Mary Leslie Coutts
SAR Membership: 94740
Birth Date: 4 May 1789
Death Date: 26 Sep 1818
Death Place: Richmond, Virgina
Spouse: William Frost
Children: Lucy Jane Frost 
COUTTS, Mary Leslie (I33246)
 
171
(1) World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database online], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005:

Name: Jennings Wood Jetton
County: Franklin
State: Florida
Birth Date: 9 Sep 1890
Race: Caucasian (White)
FHL Roll Number: 1556855
Draft Board: 0
Age: 26
Occupation: Fishing and farming
Nearest Relative: Not listed
Height/Build: Tall/Slender
Color of Eyes/Hair: Blue/Black
Signature: J. W. Jetton

[Note by compiler: According to the Social Security Death Index, Jennings' birth date was 9 Sep 1892, rather than 9 Sep 1890.]

(2) Jennings JETTON is listed as a boarder in a household headed by Julia MINOR in the 1920 census of Beaufort, Beaufort County, SC.

Jennings is listed in the 1920 census as a carpenter who was then 30 years of age; therefore, according to the 1920 census, he was born in TN, and both of his parents were born in TN.

(3) A household headed by Woods JETTON is listed in the 1930 census of Precinct 2, Franklin County, FL.

Woods is listed in the 1930 census as a fisherman who was then 37 years of age; therefore, according to the 1930 census, he was born in about 1893. According to the 1930 census, he was born in TN, and both of his parents were born in TN. According to the 1930 census, he was 21 years of age at his first marriage.

Listed with Woods is his wife, Maria, who was then 26 years of age; therefore, according to the 1930 census, she was born in about 1904. According to the 1930 census, she was born in FL, and both of her parents were born in FL. According to the 1930 census, she was 21 years of age at her first marriage.

Also listed with Woods is his son, Robert L., who was then 4 years of age; therefore, according to the 1930 census, he was born in about 1926. According to the 1930 census, he was born in FL, his father was born in TN, and his mother was born in FL.

Also listed with Woods is his daughter, Ruby M., who was then 2 years of age; therefore, according to the 1930 census, she was born in about 1928. According to the 1930 census, she was born in FL, her father was born in TN, and her mother was born in FL.

(4) Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 [database online], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004:

Name: Jenning Woods Jetton
Death Date: Nov 1963
County of Death: Leon
State of Death: Florida
Race: White
Gender: Male

(5) Social Security Death Index:

Name: Jennings Jetton
SSN: 261-24-4239
Last Residence: Florida
Born: 9 Sep 1892
Died: Nov 1963
State (Year) SSN issued: Florida (Before 1951) 
JETTON, Jennings Woods (I24954)
 
172 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3540)
 
173
(1) "Alan Percy," from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, accessed December 30, 2010:

Alan Percy (c.1480-1560) was an English churchman and academic, Master of St John's College, Cambridge, and later Master of Trinity College, Arundel which he surrendered to Henry VIII in 1545.

Life

He was third son of Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland and Maud, daughter of William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke. He is not known to have been educated at a university, but was vicar of Giggleswick, Yorkshire, from 1508 to 1517. On 6 May 1515 he received the rectory of St. Anne, Aldersgate, London, which he held till 1518.

The new foundation of St. John's College, Cambridge, chose him as their second master on 29 July 1516, probably with an eye to his Lancastrian connections and family influence, But he resigned the mastership two years later on 1 November 1518; the college granted him a small pension and some residence privileges. On 2 April 1520 Henry VIII gave him a house and garden at Stepney, Middlesex, and he gave up claims on the college the following year.

With other preferments he pursued a clerical career. On 25 October 1521 he became rector of St. Mary-at-Hill, London, which he held for the rest of his life. In 1526 Thomas Boleyn, Viscount Rochford presented him to the rectory of Mulbarton, Norfolk. He became Master of the collegiate church of the Holy Trinity at Arundel, where he succeeded the musician Edward Hygons at some point between 1535 and 1539. The College might have escaped the Dissolution of the Monasteries, since in the early 1540s it had been granted property from Hayling Priory, and other land from the dissolved St John's Priory at nearby Poling and Shipley. But an eventual dissolution of the College was prompted at court by Henry Lord Maltravers; and a late stage Percy joined with the two fellows in surrendering it to the king on 12 December 1545.

Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk gave him the rectory of Earsham, Norfolk, in 1558; he had also been rector of Stanley Regis, Gloucestershire from 1551. Percy died in May 1560, and was buried in the old chapel of St. John's College, where there were a brass and a marble tomb to his memory.

(2) Fowler, James, "On Two Heraldic Bench-Ends in Great Sandal Church," in The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal, Vol. 1: Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Association, 1870, p. 138:

. . . the third [son of Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland] was Alan, a clerk, the first Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, then newly founded, and subsequently Warden at the Holy Trinity College at Arundel, in Sussex, which he and his brethren surrendered to the King, 12th September, 1545.

(3) The following information was obtained from a pedigree chart in "Younger Branches of the House of Percy," in Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica, Vol. II, London, England: John Bowyer Nichols and Son, 1835, pp. 57, 60-61:

Alan Percy 1485, Master of Trinity College in Arundel, co. Sussex 1539; he surrendered the College to the King 1544. 
PERCY, Alan (I24619)
 
174
(1) "Ancestors of Pres. James Madison," J.H. Garner Genealogy Database :

Capt. Thomas Todd . . . ; born 12 Sep 1619 Denton Parish, Larham [sic; should be Durham], England . . . ; married Anna Gorsuch . . . , daughter of Rev. John Gorsuch and Anne Lovelace, 1657 of Walkern, Hertfordshire, England; died 1676 at sea. . . .

Children of Capt. Thomas Todd and Anna Gorsuch . . . both born Ware Parish, Toddsbury, Gloucester Co, Virginia, were as follows:

i. Maj. Thomas Todd II; born 1660 . . . ; married Elizabeth Bernard, daughter of Col. William Bernard and Lucy Higginson, circa 1681; died 16 Jan 1724 Ware Parish, Toddsbury, Gloucester Co, Virginia. . . .

ii. Isabella Minor Todd. 
TODD, Capt. Thomas (I18019)
 
175
(1) "Ancestors of Pres. James Madison," J.H. Garner Genealogy Database :

Francis Conway . . . ; born 1696 Lancaster Co, Virginia . . . ; married Rebecca Catlett . . . , daughter of John Catlett II and Elizabeth Gaines, 21 Oct 1717 Virginia; died 1760. . . .

Children of Francis Conway and Rebecca Catlett . . . were: . . .

i. Eleanor "Nellie" Rose Conway. 
CONWAY, Francis (I18014)
 
176
(1) "Ancestors of Pres. James Madison," J.H. Garner Genealogy Database :

Isabella Minor Todd . . . ; born 1670 Ware Parish, Toddsbury, Gloucester Co, Virginia . . . ; married John Madison Jr. . . . , son of John Madison and Marie Ambrose, 1696 King and Queen Co, Virginia; died after 1706. 
TODD, Isabella Minor (I18009)
 
177
(1) "Ancestors of Pres. James Madison," J.H. Garner Genealogy Database :

John Madison Jr. . . . ; born 1660 of Saint Stephen's Parish, King and Queen Co, Virginia . . . ; married Isabella Minor Todd . . . , daughter of Capt. Thomas Todd and Anna Gorsuch, 1696 King and Queen Co, Virginia; died after 1728 of King and Queen Co, Virginia. . . .

Children of John Madison Jr. and Isabella Minor Todd . . . were: . . .

i. Ambrose Madison. 
MADISON, John Jr. (I18008)
 
178
(1) "Ancestors of Pres. James Madison," J.H. Garner Genealogy Database :

John Madison; born circa 1625 . . . ; married Marie Ambrose . . . 1653 Kent Co, Virginia; died 16 Apr 1683 Saint Stephen's Parish, King and Queen Co, Virginia. . . .

Children of John Madison and Marie Ambrose . . . were: . . .

i. John Madison Jr. 
MADISON, John Sr. (I18017)
 
179
(1) "Ancestors of Pres. James Madison," J.H. Garner Genealogy Database :

Marie Ambrose; born circa 1632 Kent Co, Virginia . . . ; married John Madison . . . 1653 Kent Co, Virginia. 
AMBROSE, Marie (I18018)
 
180
(1) "Ancestors of Pres. James Madison," J.H. Garner Genealogy Database :

Rebecca Catlett . . . ; born circa 1700 (prob) Essex Co, Virginia . . . ; married John Moore; married Francis Conway . . . , son of Edwin Conway Jr. and Elizabeth Thornton, 21 Oct 1717 Virginia; died between 1759 and 1760. . . . 
CATLETT, Rebecca (I18015)
 
181
(1) "Ancestry of Pres. Zachary Taylor," J.H. Garner Genealogy Database :

Col. William Thompson . . . ; married an unknown person.

Children of Col. William Thompson and an unknown spouse were: . . .

i. Martha Thompson. 
THOMPSON, Col. William (I18027)
 
182
(1) "Ancestry of Pres. Zachary Taylor," J.H. Garner Genealogy Database :

Col. Willoughby Allerton; born circa 1664 . . . ; married Ursula Bishe; married Rosamund FitzHugh circa 1698 Westmoreland, Co, Virginia; married Sarah Tavener circa 1702 Westmoreland, Co, Virginia; married Hannah Keene, daughter of William Keene and Elizabeth Rogers, circa 1722 Westmoreland, Co, Virginia; died Mar 1723/24.

(2) Ritchie, Ruth and Wood, Sudie Rucker, Garner-Keene Families of Northern Neck, Virginia, Charlottesville, VA: Jarman Printing, 1952, pp. 206-207:

Hannah (Keene) Bushrod married second, Col. Willoughby Allerton, son of Colonel Isaac Allerton, a Puritan born at Plymouth in 1630, and one of the early graduates of Harvard. Colonel Isaac Allerton was the son of Isaac Allerton who came to Plymouth in 1620 on the "Mayflower," and who married Fear Brewster, only daughter of Governor William Brewster of Plymouth. He came to Virginia in 1659 and bought an estate which he called the "Narrows." He became a Justice, a Burgess and a member of the King's Council. He was also second in command under Col. John Washington in fighting the Indians in 1675. He married Ursula (Bish) Thompson-Mottrom-Colcough and one of their descendants was Zachary Taylor, President of the United States. Willoughby Allerton died in 1724. His will (West. D. & W. B. 8, p. 8), dated January 1723/24 and probated March 25, 1724, mentioned the following: Wife, Hannah; son, Isaac; daughter, Elizabeth, and wife's daughters, Sarah and Hannah Bushrod. His son was to be his executor but his wife and Capt. Geo. Turberville were to be executors in trust during the son's minority.

(3) Underhill, Lora Altine Woodbury, Descendants of Edward Small of New England, Boston, MA & New York, NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1934, Vol. 1, pp. 845-850:

Willoughby, b. in Virginia; mar., about 1719 or 1720, Hannah, widow of Captain John Bushrod, of Nominy Plantation, and daughter to William Keene, of North County.

Willoughby Allerton, like his father, was prominent in civil and military life; he also was a large landed proprietor, living on the west side of Machoatick Creek, and owning slaves. In 1711, he was Deputy Collector of Customs for York River. His will, which was drawn up January 16 and 17, 1723-24, was proved March 25, following.

WILL OF WILLOUGHBY ALLERTON

In the name of God Amen. I, Willoughby Allerton Gent of the County of Westmoreland in Virginia, being sick and weak of body but of sound & perfect mind and memory thinks be to Almighty God for the same, do make, ordain & constitute this my last Will & Testament in manner & form following, first revoking & disannulling all former wills and testaments heretofore by me made either by words or writing and first I give & recomend my soul to Almighty God that gave it and my body to the earth, to be burled in such a decent & christian manner as my Exors hereafter named shall think convenient, and there to rest till the joyful resurrection of the just, trusting in the meritts & satisfaction of my Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ for pardon and forgiveness for all my sins. As to what worldly goods and estate my good God has far above my deserts been pleased to bestow upon me, I give, bequeath & devise in manner & form following, viz. First I will that all my just debts be punctually paid & if it should so happen by any misfortune that any of my debts should prove greater than the product of my personal estate or the labor of my slaves can readily pay down in that case I fully impower my Exors hereafter named to sell all or any part of that tract of land on the west side of Machotick Creek containing five hundred acres or thereabout lying & being in the said county & make sufficient conveyance of the same in fee simple, but I forbid the sale of any of my land for any other use whatever & do leave it to the discrecon of my Exors to do what they shall think fitt for the good of my children. I also give, bequeath & devise to my dear wife Hannah Allerton and to her heirs forever all those neagroes that she made over to me in consideration of marriage. I also do give & bequeath unto my said wife all the cattle, sheep, hoggs, horses, mares that are now to be found upon the severall plantacons once belonging to the estate of Capt. John Bushrod.

W. ALLERTON [Seal]

Sealed & published in the presence of

DANL. TEBBS
CHARLES BROWN

Joshua Nelson Bushrod as also all the household goods that are now at Nomony together with all those vendables or merchants goods that are now in the store left upon the said plantacon and all the tobc. and money debts that are now due & whatsoever goods of what kind or sort soever that are now in being which were brought home from Nomony. I do hereby declare tis my will & meaning that whatsoever was hers before intermarriage with her that is yet in being that she shall have & enjoy it again. I also give and bequeath unto my said wife the school master Joshua Nelson as also three white servants more viz John Carney, Eliza Morell, John Brennan. I also give my said wife my two boats with the rigging & sales. I give & bequeath to my sd wife the plantacon at the Narrows of Machotick for and during her natural life, also priviledge & liberty to clear what land will be necessary for six good hands to work upon. I also give and bequeath to my sd. all the stock of cattle and hoggs there are to be found upon the sd. plantacon. I also give my said dear wife one mourning ring of fiteen shillings, & one new candle cup lately come out of England. Lastly I give & bequeath to my said dear wife all the product of the labor of my slaves for three years, & this I give her to enable the better to pay my debts & her own as also for the support & schooling of my children and hers. January ye 16th 1723/4 (3) And whereas some little time before my intermarriage with my said dear wife in consideration of her making over to me divers negroes & many other goods, chattels & valuable estate I did consent to sign, seal & deliver two bonds for 100 lbs each payable to her two daughters Hannah & Sarah & now forasmuch as I have by this last will given & bequeathed to my sd dear wife all & singular the said negroes, goods, chattels and other valuable estate so that she is possessed of them again I do therefore declare it to be my will and meaning that all & singular the bequeath paragraphs & clauses of this my will anyways made in favor of my said wife & all the negroes, goods, chattels bequeathed to her be understood, meant & intended by me to be given & bequeathed to her not only in lieu & full satisfaction of her dower & thirds of my estate but absolutely upon condicon that she discharge my Exors. herafter menconed & my estate from all & every part of said bond & bonds so made and passed in favor of her said two daughters as above expressed, so that my estate and every part & parcel thereof be fully and absolutely acquitted & discharged from all incumbrances whatsoever relating to the said two bonds & the money therein menconed and whereas by certain deed or instrument of writing made between me & my sd dear wife in consideracon of marriage wherein several negroes & household goods were reserved for her use or to be disposed of when she thought fitt, and either in her life time or at her death, Now, it is my will & desire that the sd negroes and household goods mentioned in the said deed be paid and delivered to her according to the true intent & meaning of the said deed & forasmuch as I have taken care for the payment of my just debts by empowering my Exors to sell lands if occasion require it I do therefore earnestly desire & it is my will and meaning that no part or parcel of what I have herein bequeathed to my said dear wife be any way made use of or subject for payment of my debts but that whatsoever I have herein bequeathed be absolutely free & clear from all manner of incumbrances whatsoever except the two bonds before mentioned. I give, bequeath & devise to my dear son Isaac Allerton all that tract of land I now live upon to have and to hold the same to him & his heirs forever except my Executors make sale of any part thereof for payment of my debts. I also give, bequeathe & devise to my said son Isaac Allerton three hundred acres of land on the west side of Machotick River being patented by George Watts and lies next to the river which said land I give to my said son Isaac Allerton & to his heirs forever except my Exors make sale of it or any part of it as is directed & then only so much as remains. I also give and bequeathe to my said dear son Isaac Allerton two thirds of my personal estate. I also give to my daughter Eliza Allerton & to her heirs forever the remainder of that two hundred acres of land lying on the west side of Machotick River except that my Exors. shall make sale of any of the said Estate. I also give and bequeathe one third of my personal estate to my said daughter Elizabeth and further I do order my cattle, hoggs & sheep to be made use of by my wife in the same manner as was customary in my lifetime. And I do also order that my said wife be not made accountable for any part of that estate for & during the said three years to my Exors hereafter mentioned.

W. ALLERTON [Seal]

Sealed and published in the presence of

DANL. TEBBS
CHARLES BROWN his mar.
JOSEUA NELSON

Jany: 16th, 1723/4

And it is my will & meaning that let the time of the year be whatsoever it will that I depart this life my wife may have all corn & tobacco that is to be found upon the several plantacons that were belonging to Mr. Bushrods estate & also that plantacon at the Narrows of Machotick & that she may have all the provisions that are provided for housekeeping & all the cider, rum, sugar, molasses, wheat, candles & soap & the ingredience to make either or both, also spice &c. It is also my desire that what goods & utensils I have provided for negroes uses may be given out and dispensed as well to those negroes that did belong to my wife & her children as those of my own in the same manner as it was in my life time. I also give to my wife my knives & forks, bottles, two sugar boxes and all the earthenware except the milk vessels and this I do to the end she may not be put to her shifts at such time perhaps when goods may not be bought I also further desire that whatever goods may be found in the house or may be coming or sent for out of England may be disposed of at my wifes discrecon. I also ordain & constitute my dear son Exr. of this my last will & testament & my said wife & Capt. George Turberville Extrs. in trust during my son Isaacs minority. I do sign, seal and publish this to be my last will & testament.

W. ALLERTON [Seal]

In presence of

DANL. TEBBS
CHARLES BROWN his mar.
JOSHUA NELSON

Jan'y 16th 1723/4

A codicil annexed to my last will & testament-And further I give & bequeathe to my said dear wife another white servant named Thomas Hill. I also give & bequeathe to my son Isaac Allerton my scarlett cloak with the house furniture, likewise I require that my sword may be sent to England and a new blade put in, also a scabbard made & a false scabbard for my son Isaac. I also leave to my wifes disposal what tar is to be found at my plantation & in consideracon thereof I desire she may cause the tobacco house lately built at the vineyards to be tarred over I also desire that my Exrs. may cause me to be interred in silence without any show of funebrious rites and solemnities and that my grave be inpalled with a brick wall together with all the rest of my friends & ancestors a years time after my death. And further I give to my said wife a young horse named "Rebel" and further I desire that none of my friends wear anything of mourning clothing in representaticon of grief & sorrow for my death.

W. ALLERTON [Seal]

Sealed and published in presence of

DANL. TEBBS-
JOSHUA NELSON-

Jany. ye 17th, 1723/4

Westmoreland S. S.

At a court held for the said County the 25 day of March 1724 the last will and testament of Willoughby Allerton Gent decd. together with a codicil thereto annexed was presented into court by Hannah Allerton and George Turberville, his Extrs. who made oath thereto and being proved by oaths of Danl. Tebbs and Charles Brown two of the witnesses thereto both were admitt to record, and upon the mocon of the said Exors. and their performing what is usual in such cases certificate is granted them for obtaining probate thereof in due form.

Teste.

THO. SORRELL, Clerk Comprd.

Recordat 8" die April 1724. Per Eund'm Clerum.

Issue:

I. Elizabeth; mar. _____ Quills, and had children, Sarah and Margaret, living in 1739.

II. Isaac; mar. Ann _____; d. 1739. In the probate of his will he was mentioned as "gentleman of Cople parish, co. Westm: [Westmoreland]." 
ALLERTON, Col. Willoughby (I17772)
 
183
(1) "Ancestry of Pres. Zachary Taylor," J.H. Garner Genealogy Database :

Sarah Bayly; born circa 1731 . . . ; married William Strother . . . , son of Lt. Col. Francis Strother and Susannah Dabney, before Feb 1751. 
BAYLY, Sarah (I18005)
 
184
(1) "Ancestry of Pres. Zachary Taylor," J.H. Garner Genealogy Database :

William Strother . . . ; born 1725 Hanover Co, Virginia . . . ; married Sarah Bayly . . . before Feb 1751; died 1808 Woodford Co, Kentucky. . . .

Children of William Strother and Sarah Bayly . . . were: . . .

i. Sarah Dabney Strother. 
STROTHER, William (I18004)
 
185
(1) "Anne FitzAlan, Countess of Arundel," from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, accessed December 30, 2010:

Anne FitzAlan (n??e Percy), Countess of Arundel (before 27 July 1485 - died 1552) English noblewoman born in Leconfield, Yorkshire, England to Henry Percy, 3rd Earl of Northumberland and Lady Maud Herbert. On 15 February 1510/11 Anne married William FitzAlan, 18th Earl of Arundel, son of Thomas FitzAlan, 17th Earl of Arundel and Lady Margaret Woodville. Anne and William had four children.

Children

[i] Lady Catherine FitzAlan

[ii] Henry FitzAlan, 19th Earl of Arundel (c.1511 - 24 February 1580) married (1) Lady Catherine Grey (2) Mary Arundel

[iii] Lady Margaret FitzAlan

[iv] Lady Elizabeth FitzAlan

(2) The following information was obtained from a pedigree chart in "Younger Branches of the House of Percy," in Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica, Vol. II, London, England: John Bowyer Nichols and Son, 1835, pp. 57, 60-61:

Anne Percy, mar. William Fitzalan, Earl of Arundel. She d. 1552, he 1554. 
PERCY, Ann (I24621)
 
186
(1) "Austins of White County Tennessee," Compiler: Liz Austin Carlin, Genealogy Content Copyright © 2011 Austin Families Association of America (genealogy may be freely distributed, but not sold in any form for profit):

Adeline Mary Anderson
Sex: F

Born: 1811 at SC
Died: Bef DEC 1878 at TN

Marriage
Husband: James M. "Jim" Austin (1807 - 1895)
Married: 22 MAR 1839 at White Co., TN

Children
Mary Elizabeth Austin (16 DEC 1841 - 26 MAR 1872)
James M. E. Austin (1845 - ____)
Elia Persilia Austin (3 AUG 1850 - 6 APR 1908)
Elanza Austin (24 JUN 1857 - 27 JUN 1927)

Notes

BIRTH-DEATH-SPOUSE-MARRIAGE: E. Ray Austin, great-grandson of Elanza. Oct 2006 e-mail to AFAOA genealogist. 
ANDERSON, Adeline Mary (I17467)
 
187
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Almeda Wood
Sex: F

Marriage
Husband: Roberson Cummins Austin (11 APR 1826 - 5 FEB 1912)
Married: 20 NOV 1879 at White Co., TN

Notes

MARRIAGES: Research by Mrs. Bess (Austin) Machtley, states that Amelda was twice widowed prior to her marriage to Roberson Cummins Austin. She had 2 sons by a Mr. Green, and 2 sons by a Mr. Cole.

Records of Mr. E. Ray Austin, Hampton, VA. 
WOOD, Almeda (I26761)
 
188
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C. A. Parker
Sex: M

Marriage
Wife: Mary "Polly" B. Austin (1820 - ____)
Married: 9 DEC 1869 at White Co., TN 
PARKER, C. A. (I17474)
 
189
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Elizabeth Austin
Sex: F

Born: 17 AUG 1808 at White Co., TN
Died: 26 JUN 1896 at White Co., TN
Buried: at Lost Creek Austin Cemetery, White Co., TN

Parents
Father: Nathaniel Austin (8 FEB 1781 - 27 SEP 1869)
Mother: Mary _____ (Abt 1784 - 29 JUN 1870)

Siblings
William Henry Austin (30 SEP 1805 - 28 NOV 1878)
James M. "Jim" Austin (1807 - 1895)
Elizabeth Austin (17 AUG 1808 - 26 JUN 1896)
John Wesley Austin (23 OCT 1809 - 1833)
Nancy Austin (11 JAN 1811 - 1 DEC 1843)
Susan Austin (18 APR 1812 - 8 DEC 1889)
Raleigh "Rollin" Austin (1 AUG 1815 - Abt 1894)
Jackson Austin (Abt 1818 - Abt 1823)
Mary "Polly" B. Austin (1820 - ____)
Thomas Wynn Austin (20 DEC 1821 - 27 JUL 1874)
Roberson Cummins Austin (11 APR 1826 - 5 FEB 1912)
Nathaniel Glenn Austin (10 SEP 1827 - 5 OCT 1898)

Notes

CENSUS: 1870 TN, White Co., p 115 with mother and sister Susan; 1880 TN, White Co., p 417, with nephew James R. Frazier.

BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Austin Cemetery, Lost Creek, White County, TN.

BIOGRAPHY: Elizabeth, called "Aunt Betsy" remained a spinster, inherited along with her sister Susan, her father's farm and most of the stock and machinery after the death of her Mother. In Nathaniel's Will, she was directed to sell what Brandy might be on hand and hold the money until after the death of her Mother. She has to notify all his heirs and have a sale amongst themselves. Along with his debts were 3 cows and calves, 2 large wagons, his saddle, 2 yards of broad cloth and a fine hat to be put up for sale. 
AUSTIN, Elizabeth (I17456)
 
190
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Elizabeth England
Sex: F

Born: 1826 at TN
Died: 1874 at TX

Marriage
Husband: Roberson Cummins Austin (11 APR 1826 - 5 FEB 1912)
Married: 31 JAN 1856 at White Co., TN

Children
Mary Jane Austin (25 OCT 1856 - ____)
David Crockett Austin (14 MAY 1858 - Abt 1874)
John Thomas "Dink" Austin (18 SEP 1859 - 1904)
Nathaniel C. Austin (1 FEB 1861 - 15 OCT 1937)
Nancy Ann Austin (18 DEC 1863 - 18 SEP 1938)
Mathew (Mathias) Austin (16 JUL 1864 - 17 JUL 1864)
Elizabeth Katherine Austin (23 JUN 1866 - 6 JUL 1938)
Robert Cummins Austin (5 MAR 1870 - 7 APR 1948)
William Edward Austin (25 MAY 1872 - 1893)

Parents
Father: Matthew England (____ - ____)
Mother: Virginia Farris (____ - ____)

Siblings
Elizabeth England (1826 - 1874)

Notes

CENSUS: 1860 TN, White Co., p 322; 1870 TN, White Co., p 184.

DEATH: In 1874, Roberson and Elizabeth and family headed for Texas by wagon. On the way Elizabeth died and was buried near a huge tree along the trail. (E. Ray Austin) 
ENGLAND, Elizabeth (I17476)
 
191
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Jackson Austin
Sex: M

Born: Abt 1818
Died: Abt 1823
Buried: at Lost Creek, White, TN

Parents
Father: Nathaniel Austin (8 FEB 1781 - 27 SEP 1869)
Mother: Mary _____ (Abt 1784 - 29 JUN 1870)

Siblings
William Henry Austin (30 SEP 1805 - 28 NOV 1878)
James M. "Jim" Austin (1807 - 1895)
Elizabeth Austin (17 AUG 1808 - 26 JUN 1896)
John Wesley Austin (23 OCT 1809 - 1833)
Nancy Austin (11 JAN 1811 - 1 DEC 1843)
Susan Austin (18 APR 1812 - 8 DEC 1889)
Raleigh "Rollin" Austin (1 AUG 1815 - Abt 1894)
Jackson Austin (Abt 1818 - Abt 1823)
Mary "Polly" B. Austin (1820 - )
Thomas Wynn Austin (20 DEC 1821 - 27 JUL 1874)
Roberson Cummins Austin (11 APR 1826 - 5 FEB 1912)
Nathaniel Glenn Austin (10 SEP 1827 - 5 OCT 1898)

Notes

Records of Mr. E. Ray Austin, Hampton, VA.

BURIAL: Austin Cemetery, Lost Creek, White County, TN.

Records of Mr. Charles E. Austin, TN, 1998. 
AUSTIN, Jackson (I17461)
 
192
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James M. "Jim" Austin
Sex: M

Born: 1807 at Cumberland Co., TN
Died: 1895
Buried: at Carter Bilbrey Cemetery, Livingston, Overton, TN

Marriage
Wife: Adeline Mary Anderson (1811 - Bef DEC 1878)
Married: 22 MAR 1839 at White Co., TN

Children
Mary Elizabeth Austin (16 DEC 1841 - 26 MAR 1872)
James M. E. Austin (1845 - ____)
Elia Persilia Austin (3 AUG 1850 - 6 APR 1908)
Elanza Austin (24 JUN 1857 - 27 JUN 1927)

Marriage
Wife: Unknown _____ (____ - ____)

Children
Rachel H. Austin (1833 - ____)

Parents
Father: Nathaniel Austin (8 FEB 1781 - 27 SEP 1869)
Mother: Mary _____ (Abt 1784 - 29 JUN 1870)

Siblings
William Henry Austin (30 SEP 1805 - 28 NOV 1878)
James M. "Jim" Austin (1807 - 1895)
Elizabeth Austin (17 AUG 1808 - 26 JUN 1896)
John Wesley Austin (23 OCT 1809 - 1833)
Nancy Austin (11 JAN 1811 - 1 DEC 1843)
Susan Austin (18 APR 1812 - 8 DEC 1889)
Raleigh "Rollin" Austin (1 AUG 1815 - Abt 1894)
Jackson Austin (Abt 1818 - Abt 1823)
Mary "Polly" B. Austin (1820 - ____)
Thomas Wynn Austin (20 DEC 1821 - 27 JUL 1874)
Roberson Cummins Austin (11 APR 1826 - 5 FEB 1912)
Nathaniel Glenn Austin (10 SEP 1827 - 5 OCT 1898)

Notes

CENSUS-RESIDENCES-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: 1840 TN, White, 1st Dist.; 1850 TN, White, p 56; 1860 TN, Cumberland, Bee Creek,17-499.

DEATH-BURIAL: "Overton County, TN Roll Call, Cemetery Records, 1795-1975" by Gary Denton Norris 1987.

BIRTH-DEATH-SPOUSE-MARRIAGE: E. Ray Austin, great-grandson of Elanza. Oct 2006 e-mail to AFAOA genealogist. 
AUSTIN, James M. (I17455)
 
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James Richmond Frazier
Sex: M

Born: at TN
Died: 1835 at MO

Marriage
Wife: Susan Austin (18 APR 1812 - 8 DEC 1889)

Children
James Richard Frazier (8 AUG 1831 - 22 JUL 1916) 
FRASIER, James Richmond (I17469)
 
194
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Jane "Jinsey" Phifer
Sex: F

Born: 8 SEP 1818 at TN
Died: 7 MAY 1875 at White Co., TN
Buried: 9 MAY 1875 at White Co., TN

Marriage
Husband: William Henry Austin (30 SEP 1805 - 28 NOV 1878)
Married: 23 DEC 1834 at White Co., TN

Children
John Austin (15 AUG 1836 - 15 AUG 1836)
Mary Austin (20 JAN 1838 - 14 DEC 1923)
Lucinda Austin (28 APR 1840 - ____)
Susan Austin (1843 - 20 MAR 1862)
Thomas A. Austin (18 FEB 1844 - 30 JUL 1931)
Nancy Austin (3 DEC 1846 - ____)
Martha Jane Austin (23 MAR 1849 - ____)
Forrester Austin (14 MAR 1851 - 19 NOV 1870)
Nathaniel "Nattie" Austin (17 DEC 1853 - 27 APR 1929)
Infant Austin (2 OCT 1856 - 2 OCT 1856)
James R. Austin (13 OCT 1857 - 6 NOV 1888)
George Austin (16 APR 1860 - 16 APR 1860)
Hannah Miranda "Randy" Austin (1 JUN 1862 - 1 JAN 1937)

Parents
Father: Joseph M. Phifer (____ - ____)
Mother: Lucinda Witt (____ - ____)

Siblings
Jane "Jinsey" Phifer (8 SEP 1818 - 7 MAY 1875)

Notes

PARENTS-RESIDENCE: Family Group Sheets by Douglas & Elizabeth Austin of Sparta, TN. Father is Joseph Phifer, Mother is Lucinda Witt (1790). Lived in Mt. Gilead community of White Co., TN. They have copies of William Henry Austin family records.

BURIAL: Mt. Gilead Methodist Cemetery, White County, TN. 
PHIFER, Jane (I17466)
 
195
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John Wesley Austin
Sex: M

Born: 23 OCT 1809 at White Co., TN
Died: 1833 at White Co., TN
Buried: at Lost Creek Austin Cemetery, White Co., TN

Parents
Father: Nathaniel Austin (8 FEB 1781 - 27 SEP 1869)
Mother: Mary _____ (Abt 1784 - 29 JUN 1870)

Siblings
William Henry Austin (30 SEP 1805 - 28 NOV 1878)
James M. "Jim" Austin (1807 - 1895)
Elizabeth Austin (17 AUG 1808 - 26 JUN 1896)
John Wesley Austin (23 OCT 1809 - 1833)
Nancy Austin (11 JAN 1811 - 1 DEC 1843)
Susan Austin (18 APR 1812 - 8 DEC 1889)
Raleigh "Rollin" Austin (1 AUG 1815 - Abt 1894)
Jackson Austin (Abt 1818 - Abt 1823)
Mary "Polly" B. Austin (1820 - ____)
Thomas Wynn Austin (20 DEC 1821 - 27 JUL 1874)
Roberson Cummins Austin (11 APR 1826 - 5 FEB 1912)
Nathaniel Glenn Austin (10 SEP 1827 - 5 OCT 1898)

Notes

BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Austin Cemetery, Lost Creek, White County, TN. "Wesley"

CENSUS: 1830 TN, White Co., 1-0-0-1-1 (male 20-30), 0-0-0-0-1 (female 20-3-). 
AUSTIN, John Wesley (I17457)
 
196
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Martha Jane "Jennie" Bryan
Sex: F

Born: 28 MAR 1824 at White Co., TN
Died: 28 MAY 1910 at Yankeetown, White, TN
Buried: at Yankeetown, White, TN

Marriage
Husband: Nathaniel Glenn Austin (10 SEP 1827 - 5 OCT 1898)
Married: 21 JAN 1847 at White Co., TN

Children
William Bluford Austin (14 NOV 1847 - 30 JAN 1918)
Mary Elizabeth Austin (23 FEB 1848 - 23 NOV 1907)
Nathan Austin (4 SEP 1850 - 7 JUL 1854)
Isabelle Austin (10 MAY 1852 - 27 AUG 1855)
Susan Austin (11 MAR 1854 - 7 SEP 1854)
James Monroe Austin (18 JUN 1857 - ____)
Darthula S. Austin (14 MAR 1859 - 18 JUN 1940)
Nancy Jane Austin (1865 - ____)

Parents
Father: William M. Bryan (Abt 1784 - Abt 1855)
Mother: Jane Wallace (____ - ____)

Siblings
Martha Jane "Jennie" Bryan (28 MAR 1824 - 28 MAY 1910)

Notes

CENSUS: 1850 TN, White Co., p 54; 1860 TN, White Co., p 325; 1870 TN, White Co., p 171. 
BRYAN, Martha Jane (I17477)
 
197
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Martha Jane Johnson
Sex: F

Born: 4 DEC 1824
Died: 27 JUN 1903
Buried: at Grundy Co., MO

Marriage
Husband: Thomas Wynn Austin (20 DEC 1821 - 27 JUL 1874)
Married: 25 AUG 1842 at Livingston Co., MO

Children
Nancy Abegale Austin (3 NOV 1843 - 3 MAY 1907)
Mary E. Austin (17 APR 1846 - 10 OCT 1848)
Susan Priscillar Austin (31 JAN 1848 - 3 AUG 1915)
Emily "Emla" Penelope Austin (1849 - ____)
William J. Austin (20 MAY 1852 - 27 FEB 1862)
John Robinson Austin (16 SEP 1853 - 28 SEP 1946)
Martha Jane Austin (17 JAN 1857 - 25 JUN 1893)
Ollie Amanda Austin (18 JAN 1859 - 13 SEP 1868)
Thomas Wynn Austin (17 APR 1861 - AUG 1861)
Oscar Austin (16 SEP 1862 - 16 SEP 1862)
Nathaniel Grant Austin (14 APR 1863 - FEB 1864)
Oscar Nathaniel Austin (15 DEC 1865 - 14 JUN 1945)

Parents
Mother: Nancy Anderson (____ - ____)

Siblings
Martha Jane Johnson (4 DEC 1824 - 27 JUN 1903)

Notes

Records of Mr. E. Ray Austin, Hampton, VA.

BURIAL: Johnson Cemetery, Grundy County, MO. 
JOHNSON, Martha Jane (I17475)
 
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Mary "Polly" B. Austin
Sex: F

Born: 1820 at TN

Marriage
Husband: Shelby Hamilton Hudgens (26 FEB 1816 - 1 OCT 1866)
Married: 22 FEB 1839 at White Co., TN

Children
Amanda Hudgens (Abt 1839 - Bef 1970)
Mary Ann Hudgens (Abt 1842 - ____)
Susan Clementine Hudgens (11 AUG 1843 - 13 NOV 1895)
Emaline Hudgens (Abt 1845 - ____)
Elizabeth Hudgens (Abt 1847 - ____)
Martha Jane Hudgens (Abt 1851 - Abt 1898)
Sarah Hudgens (Abt 1855 - ____)
William R. Hudgens (Abt 1857 - ____)

Marriage
Husband: C. A. Parker (____ - ____)
Married: 9 DEC 1869 at White Co.,TN

Parents
Father: Nathaniel Austin (8 FEB 1781 - 27 SEP 1869)
Mother: Mary _____ (Abt 1784 - 29 JUN 1870)

Siblings
William Henry Austin (30 SEP 1805 - 28 NOV 1878)
James M. "Jim" Austin (1807 - 1895)
Elizabeth Austin (17 AUG 1808 - 26 JUN 1896)
John Wesley Austin (23 OCT 1809 - 1833)
Nancy Austin (11 JAN 1811 - 1 DEC 1843)
Susan Austin (18 APR 1812 - 8 DEC 1889)
Raleigh "Rollin" Austin (1 AUG 1815 - Abt 1894)
Jackson Austin (Abt 1818 - Abt 1823)
Mary "Polly" B. Austin (1820 - ____)
Thomas Wynn Austin (20 DEC 1821 - 27 JUL 1874)
Roberson Cummins Austin (11 APR 1826 - 5 FEB 1912)
Nathaniel Glenn Austin (10 SEP 1827 - 5 OCT 1898)

Notes

MARRIAGE: "Oldest Marriage Book, 1809-1859, White County, Tennessee", in possession of AFAOA Southern Austins Genealogist.

CENSUS: 1880 TN, White, Dist 1, p 403. 
AUSTIN, Mary B. (I17462)
 
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Nancy Austin
Sex: F

Born: 11 JAN 1811
Died: 1 DEC 1843 at White Co., TN
Buried: at Lost Creek Austin Cemetery, White Co., TN

Parents
Father: Nathaniel Austin (8 FEB 1781 - 27 SEP 1869)
Mother: Mary _____ (Abt 1784 - 29 JUN 1870)

Siblings
William Henry Austin (30 SEP 1805 - 28 NOV 1878)
James M. "Jim" Austin (1807 - 1895)
Elizabeth Austin (17 AUG 1808 - 26 JUN 1896)
John Wesley Austin (23 OCT 1809 - 1833)
Nancy Austin (11 JAN 1811 - 1 DEC 1843)
Susan Austin (18 APR 1812 - 8 DEC 1889)
Raleigh "Rollin" Austin (1 AUG 1815 - Abt 1894)
Jackson Austin (Abt 1818 - Abt 1823)
Mary "Polly" B. Austin (1820 - ____)
Thomas Wynn Austin (20 DEC 1821 - 27 JUL 1874)
Roberson Cummins Austin (11 APR 1826 - 5 FEB 1912)
Nathaniel Glenn Austin (10 SEP 1827 - 5 OCT 1898)

Notes

Records of Mr. E. Ray Austin, Hampton, VA.

BURIAL: Austin Cemetery, Lost Creek, White County, TN. 
AUSTIN, Nancy (I17458)
 
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Nathaniel Glenn Austin
Sex: M

Born: 10 SEP 1827 at Lost Creek, White, TN
Died: 5 OCT 1898 at Yankeetown, White, TN
Buried: at Yankeetown, White, TN

Marriage
Wife: Martha Jane "Jennie" Bryan (28 MAR 1824 - 28 MAY 1910)
Married: 21 JAN 1847 at White Co., TN

Children
William Bluford Austin (14 NOV 1847 - 30 JAN 1918)
Mary Elizabeth Austin (23 FEB 1848 - 23 NOV 1907)
Nathan Austin (4 SEP 1850 - 7 JUL 1854)
Isabelle Austin (10 MAY 1852 - 27 AUG 1855)
Susan Austin (11 MAR 1854 - 7 SEP 1854)
James Monroe Austin (18 JUN 1857 - ____)
Darthula S. Austin (14 MAR 1859 - 18 JUN 1940)
Nancy Jane Austin (1865 - ____)

Parents
Father: Nathaniel Austin (8 FEB 1781 - 27 SEP 1869)
Mother: Mary _____ (Abt 1784 - 29 JUN 1870)

Siblings
William Henry Austin (30 SEP 1805 - 28 NOV 1878)
James M. "Jim" Austin (1807 - 1895)
Elizabeth Austin (17 AUG 1808 - 26 JUN 1896)
John Wesley Austin (23 OCT 1809 - 1833)
Nancy Austin (11 JAN 1811 - 1 DEC 1843)
Susan Austin (18 APR 1812 - 8 DEC 1889)
Raleigh "Rollin" Austin (1 AUG 1815 - Abt 1894)
Jackson Austin (Abt 1818 - Abt 1823)
Mary "Polly" B. Austin (1820 - ____)
Thomas Wynn Austin (20 DEC 1821 - 27 JUL 1874)
Roberson Cummins Austin (11 APR 1826 - 5 FEB 1912)
Nathaniel Glenn Austin (10 SEP 1827 - 5 OCT 1898)

Notes

MARRIAGE: "Oldest Marriage Book, 1809-1859, White County, Tennessee", in possession of AFAOA Southern Austins Genealogist.

CENSUS: 1850 TN, White Co., p 54; 1860 TN, White Co., p 325; 1870 TN, White Co., p 171; 1880 TN, White Co., p 416.

BIRTH-NAME: Born on the Austin farm in Lost Creek, White County, TN. May be listed sometimes as Nath Glenn Austin, Nathan G. Austin, or Nathaniel G. Austin.

BIRTH-RESIDENCE: 1850 census data from Austin's of America, Feb 1987 issue, p 226. Nathaniel Glenn, age 23 with wife and 2 children and 1 border age 21. 1860 White County TN Census, page 47-19 and 64. Nathaniel age 33 with wife and 4 children.

BIOGRAPHY: "Descendants of James Davis, 1762-1831, White County, Tennessee, Pioneer" by Larry Craig Boyd, Sparta, TN. Nathaniel Glen had a large beautiful farm and a handsome two-story home in Lost Creek community. In a house down in the south field of that farm, his granddaughter, Mary Attie Austin Anderson, was born in March of 1884. Nathaniel Glen signed a note for one of his brother-in-laws, and, when the fellow did not pay the debt, N. G. had to sell his farm to settle the affair. He and Jane moved 6 miles north of Sparta to Yankeetown, where a married daughter (Darthula Austin White) lived.

BURIAL: Wheeler Cemetery, Yankeetown, White County, TN. 
AUSTIN, Nathaniel Glenn (I17465)
 

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