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+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The Following information was found in: SLATON'S STORY THE HISTORY of SLATON, TEXAS 1900-1970 Published by THE SLATON MUSEUM ASSOCIATION

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JONES, Eula Clara (I373)
 
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Ada Taylor (Thacker) and Pearl Taylor (Stout) were twins. Neither had any children. Ada, died April 18, 2000 was buried at Coleman Cemetery on 22 April, 2000. Services held at Porum Free Will Baptist Church, directed by Mallory FuneralHome, Stigler, OK. Pallbearers were Claudie Kindrick, Wiley Brooks, Harold Burnett, Bill Coughran, Will Short, and Jim Carter.

Ada Taylor (Thacker) and Pearl Taylor (Stout) were twins. Neither had any children. Ada, died April 18, 2000 was buried at Coleman Cemetery on 22 April, 2000. Services held at Porum Free Will Baptist Church, directed by Mallory FuneralHome, Stigler, OK. Pallbearers were Claudie Kindrick, Wiley Brooks, Harold Burnett, Bill Coughran, Will Short, and Jim Carter.

 
TAYLOR, Ada (I255)
 
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Hagan cemetery is lacated about five miles from Crockett, Houston, Texas on Hi ghway 21 West, on the left side of the road.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

 
MOORE, Elijah (I9087)
 
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Hagan cemetery is lacated about five miles from Crockett, Houston, Texas on Hi ghway 21 West, on the left side of the road.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

 
MOORE, Silk (I9089)
 
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[Phares1.ged]

!Source: Elihu Phares

[Phares1.ged] !Source: Elihu Phares

 
MUIR, Hilma (I13968)
 
6 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. FUNK, Brett Martin (I14014)
 
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Source (S13)
 
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Source (S44)
 
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Field Cemetary North East of Porum

Field Cemetery North East of Porum

Field Cemetary North East of Porum

Field CemeteryNorth East of Porum

 
GIBSON, Carl R (I481)
 
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Hagan cemetery is lacated about five miles from Crockett, Houston, Texas on Hi ghway 21 West, on the left side of the road.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

 
MOORE, Georgia Lily Bell (I9085)
 
11 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. GIBSON, Christina Ann (I27)
 
12

[Phares1.ged]

!Source: Elihu Phares

[Phares1.ged] !Source: Elihu Phares

 
CORDELL, Mary (I13985)
 
13 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. PHARES, Charles David (I14004)
 
14

[Phares1.ged]

!Source: Elihu Phares

[Phares1.ged] !Source: Elihu Phares

 
OSTERFINKE, Frederick William (I14006)
 
15 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SPURGEON, Manford Calvin (I14022)
 
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[Phares1.ged]

Charles is buried in the Dale Cemetery.

!Source: Elihu Phares

[Phares1.ged] Charles is buried in the Dale Cemetery. !Source: Elihu Phares 

PHARES, Charles Rubin "Charley" (I13924)
 
17  CAMPBELL, Nathan Andrew (I74)
 
18  HILL, Poteau (Port) Arthur (I82)
 
19  EDDE, Margaret (I327)
 
20  VANDERPOOL, Lola Christine Rose (I609)
 
21  SUTER, Arris (I12583)
 
22  CAMPBELL, James H Sr (I12695)
 
23 shot and killed in his own corral by a horse trader in a deal gone sour YARBROUGH, John Swanson (I15136)
 
24 ! IGI: 8202801 HOLTZCLAW, Catherine (I20614)
 
25 ! IGI: 8374604 HOLTZCLAW, Ann Elizabeth (I20612)
 
26 ! IGI: 8374604 (Virginia), IGI-M: 8605621, 7708706 HOLTZCLAW, Johan (I20613)
 
27 " On the first day after Christmas, 1844, a double wedding ceremony was held at the recentl y founded Amaziah church uniting two of the daughters of John and Rachel Boatner with two McC auley cousins from the Bethlehem community in Marshall Co. Elijah McCauley was the one who st ood with Mary Boatner. He was born in 1823 in Franklin Co Miss., orphaned as a youth when par aents John and Mary McCauley, NC natives, died, and had then joined his uncle Samuel McCaule y in Marshall Co. John Boatner eventually gave his son-in-law 200 acres to farm and live on i mmediately north of his own home. Elijah McCauley served 2 1/2 years as a corporal with the 7 th Miss. Cav. til the regiment was surrenderd near Mobile in May 18??. Descendents recall tha t he and his wife raised their children according to the most rigid fundamentalist principles . In 1874, at 51, he finally "went public" with his reverence, being then ordained a Methodis t minister. Early in 1880 they were induced by their son to give up their beloved but unrewar ding land and join him in Ft Smith, Arkansas. From then until 1895 they assisted him with hi s grocery and orchardist pursuit there, then moved with him and their surviving daughter t o a small acreage and grocery at Morrilton, Arkansas. Elijah McCauley died there on his 54t h weddign anniversary and Mary Ann was buried beside him in Elmwood Cemetery, Morrilton, in 1 903" per the family group sheet sent by Leigh Dillard MC CAULEY, Elijah (I16344)
 
28 "Claimant further states that she was married to the said soldier, John Mitchell Family F1206
 
29 "Claimant further states that she was married to the said soldier, John Mitchell in Talladega County, Alabama on 7 day of April 1852 by one Charles W Roby, a Justice of the Peace ..." Family F1206
 
30 "Edition two hundred and two numbered copies, of which this is number 57"--T.p. verso.|||Includes bibliographical references and index. Source (S228)
 
31 "Had the name popeye because he was the biggest guy in Porum at the time."(Louie)

"Had the name popeye because he was the biggest guy in Porum at the time."(Louie)

"Had the name popeye because he was the biggest guy in Porum at the time."(Louie)

"Had the name popeye because he was the biggest guy in Porum at the time."(Louie)

 
WEAVER, Unknown (Popeye) (I292)
 
32 "This pamphlet ... represents the combined efforts of Clifford E. Headington and ... Marion Hull Headington"--Pref.|||Pref. signed: William N. Wilkins.|||Includes bibliographical references and index. Source (S417)
 
33 "Winters Express," Thursday, January 1, 2004

Vada Galloway

Vada Carlene Galloway entered into her eternal rest on Dec. 26, 2003, while at Woodland Skilled Nursing Home. Born in Culp, Arkansas on April 16, 1932 to

Virgie and Calvin Branscum, she was 71 years old.
At age 15, Vada met a Navy man, Phineas Galloway (known as Bud) at a church dance. They married shortly after. After Bud's stint in the Navy was completed in 1947, they moved to Winters. Their four children Lynn, Sherry, Ken and Rick were born while there.

While living in Winters, Vada was employed at American Home Foods in Vacaville, as a cook at St. Johns and at Mobile Chemical in Woodland and at the baker y in
Winters. She loved to cook and bake and as daughter Sherry said, "fed all the kids in the neighborhood." She could not see anyone go without if it was in her
power to meet a need. She was a woman of service. Her life revolved around her family, friends and neighbors.

Vada loved to fish and camp, and Sherry said that her mom would sometimes keep her out of school just to go fishing with her. She loved to catch catfish and one day they caught 26. She took Sherry along to take "those puppies" off the hook.

In 1986, Bud and Vada moved to Murphys. She worked for a while doing in-home nursing care and later worked at Gracewood Manor in Angels Camp. She was always
caring for any neighbor who needed transportation, food or anything she could provide. She would do without herself in order to provide for another's need.
Vada is survived by her husband of 56 years, Bud Galloway of Murphys; son Lynn Galloway and daughter Sherry Nichols and her husband Floyd, all of Woodland, son Ken Galloway of Murphys, and son Rick Galloway and his wife, Dawn of Dixon; sister Wanda Burrone of Woodland; grandchildren Stacy Sparkmen and Julie
Nichols, both of Woodland, Eric Nires and his wife Kim, of Oregon, Gina Wilkenson and her husband Jeff, of Murphys, Robert Galloway and his wife, Debbie of Carson City, Nevada, Brandy Galloway of Washington, Yvonne Galloway of Glen Dora, James Galloway of San Diego, Ben Galloway of Winters, Jon Jon and Caitlyn
of Dixon; and nine great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents and brothers Hearshel Branscum, of Arkansas and Lee Branscum of Woodland.

Memorial services were held in Woodland on Monday, Dec. 29, at Kraft Funeral Home.

Additional Comments:
Submitted with the permission of the "Winters Express," 312 Railroad Ave.,
Winters, CA 95694.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/obits/catext/yolo/obits/gob270galloway.txt 
BRANSCUM, Vada Carlene (I7352)
 
34 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MITCHELL, Patricia Ann (Pat) (I51)
 
35 (1) The name "Daniel Foust" and his spouse as "Sally Snotherly" was taken f rom: the Fam. Rec. of Wm. Burgess Albright & his Ancesters& Decendents in Amer . 1927-1977 Including: Clapps Snoderlys & related Families by Mona Belle Turpi n +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ FOUST, Daniel (I9138)
 
36 (1) Death Certificate, Houston County, Texas Crockett Source (S1523)
 
37 (1) Ernestine Alston Gilmore (informant), Discrepancy between dates of death for Lonzo., (2) Jeannie Alston Nelson. Descrepancy between what Jeannie and Ernestine say about death date. Jeannie saysit was August 13, 1998.) Source (S1282)
 
38 (1) From the Family Records of Wm. Burgess Albright & his Ancesters& Decenden ts in America 1927-1977 Including: Clapps Snoderlys & related Families by Mon a Belle Turpin ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The following information is from the above source(1): Got name "Matelina(Magda lena)", place of birth as Germany and name of Spouse as Phillip Foust. It also states that she stayed in Berks County, Pensylvania.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ALBRIGHT, Matelina (I3098)
 
39 (1) From the Family Records of Wm. Burgess Albright & his Ancesters& Decenden ts in America 1927-1977 Including: Clapps Snoderlys & related Families by Mon a Belle Turpin ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The following information is from the above source(1): Got name as "PHhillip Fo ust" spouse of Matelina (Magdalene) Albright.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ FOUST, Phillip (I3099)
 
40 (1) From the Family Records of Wm. Burgess Albright & his Ancesters& Decenden ts in America 1927-1977 Including: Clapps Snoderlys & related Families by Mon a Belle Turpin ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The following information is from the above source(1): RICK, Elizabeth Gertrude (I2515)
 
41 (1) From the Family Records of Wm. Burgess Albright & his Ancesters& Decenden ts in America 1927-1977 Including: Clapps Snoderlys & related Families by Mon a Belle Turpin ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The following information is from the above source(1): Anna Barbara was about 12 years old at the time the family came to America, old enough to feel some s entiment about leaving her homeland. Years later one of her decendents told th at she had wrapped a small white mulberry tree in her black silk apron and thu s brought it with her to her adopted home. In so doing, she was the first to i ntroduce that species of mulberry to America. Abstracts from a deed recorded i n Deed Book A-3, 27 (Berks County Pennsylvania), dated December 1752 transf ering property to a son-in-law of Johannes: "Barbara Albracht ...widow of John Albright, deceased, together with Christian Albracht, yeoman, Jacob Albracht,w heelwright, Lodowich Albracht, wheelwright, they being the three sons of John Albracht... the mother, sons and daughters, constituting the parties of thefi rst part in transfer to John Foust, intermarried with Barbara, the other daugh ter of John Albracht, the 100 acres of land....." We have only sketchy knowled ge of the Albright's while they were still in Pennsylvania and before they wen t to North Carolina. We know that they were still in Pennsylvania in 1759. On the tax list for Bern Township, Berks County Pennsylvania for that year we fin d the names of Jacob Albright, #6; Ludwig Albright, #1; Christian Albright,#7; and John Foust, #10. These were the three sons of Johannes and Anna Barbara A lbright and their son-in-law, husband of Anna Barbara (Albright) Foust. Some t ime during the ten years following the death of Johannes Albrecht in Pennsylva nnia, his sons Jacob and Ludwig and their wives left Pennsylvania and wentto N orth Carolina. It seems that their sister, Anna Barbara and her husband, John Foust, also made the Move to North Carolina. Orange County, North Carolina rec ords show that Lodowich Albright purchased 325 acres of land from Henry McCull ough in August 1763, and Jacob Albright bought 200 acres in February 1764.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ALBRECHT, Anna Barbara (I8909)
 
42 (1) From the Family Records of Wm. Burgess Albright & his Ancesters& Decenden ts in America 1927-1977 Including: Clapps Snoderlys & related Families by Mon a Belle Turpin ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The following information is from the above source(1): Got name "John Foust" li sted as 2nd child of Anna Barbara Albright and John Foust. Also says that John also went to Sullivan County, Tennessee.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ FOUST, John Christian (I9144)
 
43 (1) From the Family Records of Wm. Burgess Albright & his Ancesters& Decenden ts in America 1927-1977 Including: Clapps Snoderlys & related Families by Mon a Belle Turpin ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The following information is from the above source(1): Got name "Mary Snotherly " and date of birth.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ SNOTHERLY, Mary (I9143)
 
44 (1) From the Family Records of Wm. Burgess Albright & his Ancesters& Decenden ts in America 1927-1977 Including: Clapps Snoderlys & related Families by Mon a Belle Turpin ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The following information is from the above source(1): Got Name as "Judith Fous t", date of birth and name of spouse as "John Clapp"+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ the following belongs to john clapp: 1 ) From the Family Records of Wm. Burgess Albright & his Ancesters& Decendents in America 1927-1977 Including: Clapps Snoderlys & related Families by Mona B elle Turpin ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The following information is from the above source(1): Name as "John Clapp son ofP hillip Clapp and grandson of George Valentine Clapp; date of birth" as spouse of Judith Foust.++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ FOUST, Judith (I9136)
 
45 (1) From the Family Records of Wm. Burgess Albright & his Ancesters& Decenden ts in America 1927-1977 Including: Clapps Snoderlys & related Families by Mon a Belle Turpin ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The following information is from the above source(1): Got name as "Pater Foust b. 5/15 Sept. 1759, married Mary Snotherly, b. 4 April 1763."+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ FOUST, Pater (I9141)
 
46 (1) From the Family Records of Wm. Burgess Albright & his Ancesters& Decenden ts in America 1927-1977 Including: Clapps Snoderlys & related Families by Mon a Belle Turpin ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The following information is from the above source(1): Place and date of birth. ALBRECHT, Judith (I2509)
 
47 (1) From the Family Records of Wm. Burgess Albright & his Ancesters & Decendents in America 1927-1977 Including: Clapps Snoderlys & related Families by Mona Belle Turpin ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The following information is from the above source(1): Got name of 'John Foust' as spouse of Anna Barbara Albright, year of death and county and state of death. We have only sketchy knowledge of the Albright's while they were still in Pennsylvania and before they went to North Carolina. We know that they were still in Pennsylvania in 1759. On the tax list for Bern Township, Berks County Pennsylvania for that year we find the names of Jacob Albright, #6; Ludwig Albright, #1; Christian Albright, #7; and John Foust, #10. These were the three sons of Johannes and Anna Barbara Albright, and their son-in-law, husband of Anna Barbara (Albright) Foust. Abstracts from a deed recorded in Deed Book A-3, 27 (Berks County, Pennsylvania), dated December 1752 transfering property to a son-in-law of Johannes: "Barbara Albracht ... widow of John Albright, deceased, together with Christian Albracht, yeoman, Jacob Albracht, wheelwright, Lodowich Albracht, wheelwright, they being the three sons of John Albracht... the mother, sons and daughters, constituting the parties of the first part in transfer to John Foust, intermarried with Barbara, the other daughter of John Albracht, the 100 acres of land....."++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Will of John Foust Will Book B, page 79 - Orange County, North Carolina 1786 C.R.073.801.1-17 In the Name of god Amen, I, John Foust, of Orange County in the State of North Carolina being weak of body but of perfect Mind and Memory blessed be god ~ But knowing the Mortality of My body and that it is appointed for all men once to die I Make and ordain this my last will and Testament in the following manner ~ And as to such worldly Estate as it has pleased The Lord to bless me with I bequeath give and devise in Manner following. First I allow my funeral Charges and Just Debts to be first paid out of my Estate~ I Ordain and Constitute My two Sons George and Peter Foust my whole and Sole Executors of this my last will and Testament. I give to my son Phillip Foust five Shillings ~ I give to my son John Foust five Shillings ~ I give to my son Jacob Foust five Shillings ~ I give to my son Christian Foust five Shillings ~ I give to my son George Foust five Shillings ~ I give to my Daughter Barbarah Clap five Shillings ~ I give to my Daughter Judith Clap five Shillings ~ I give and bequeath to my beloved Wife Barbarah Foust a featherbed bedstead & furniture and My Wallnut Chest and all her wearing cloths and to have her living and Maintenance on the Plantation that I now Live on ~ During the time she remains my widow with full Priviledge of the Store[?] room orchards [etc?] And at her decease the feather bed Bedstead and furniture and walnut Chest is to be Equally Divided Between my three youngest sons George Peter & Daniel Foust but her wearing Cloaths she may Dispose of to her own mind. I give to My two youngest sons Peter and Daniel Foust all the land that I now live on, Peter is to have the half of the old Tract to be taken off the East end and Daniel to have the improvement and part that I now live on and they the said Peter and Daniel shall Divide the New Survey Equaly to their own liking Provided They Pay to my son Jacob Foust Each of them Ten Pounds Item I give to my two sons Peter and Daniel Foust My Smith Tools to be Equaly Divided between them ~ And all the Remaining Part of my Perishable Estate Is to be Equaly Divided between my three sons Viz George Peter and Daniel Foust ~ I give to my Son George Foust my Large bible In witness and testimony whereof I John Foust have hereunto Set my hand and affixed My Seal this twelft FOUST, John (I9145)
 
48 (1) Headstone in New Zion Cemetery, Tombstone has date of 2-3-1890., (2) Affidavitt, Vol. C 1928-1940 Groveton Courthouse Records, Affidavitt has date as 2-3-1889 for birth.) Source (S1501)
 
49 (1) Sybil Lane Pipes., (2) SSDI (electonic). Source (S1555)
 
50 (1) Texas Birth General Records., (2) Houston County Cemetery Book (Third Edfition) p 830. Source (S1726)
 

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