I am looking for information on my husband's grandmothers parents. I have the following information, I would appreciate any help - Belle really does need some parents & siblings.
Descendants of Belle Bottom
Generation No. 1
1. Belle1 Bottom She married W. George Stewart/Stuart 03 November 1889 in Independence County, Arkansas1.
Notes for Belle Bottom:
David F. Osburn had told this researcher that his grandmother was Belle Starr, and that they used the Stewart spelling but Mary Rosetta's death certificate gives her parents as George Stuart and Belle Bottom. Mary's son (David's brother) William gave the information for the death certificate.
Notes for W. George Stewart/Stuart:
1900 - Arkansas - Indpendence - Saluda Twnshp - page 82A, Dwelling/Family 10/10
Stewart, George Sept 1872 28 M 11 AR/NC/GA
Bella Mch 1868 32 M 11 3/2 MO/IN/MO (wife)
Roda Dec 1891 09 S AR/AR/MO (dau)
Charles Mch 1893 07 S AR/AR/MO (son)
**question: Are these our Stewarts?
The following was taken from Ancestry.com website, 12 Jan 2002
/William Andrew STEWART b: 15 AUG 1835 d: 21 FEB 1906
George STEWART b: BET. 1856 - 1885 d: WFT Est. 1857-1946
\Julia BOLL b: WFT Est. 1831-1850 d: WFT Est. 1852-1925
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Name: George STEWART
Birth: BET. 1856 - 1885 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
Birth: WFT Est. 1835-1874
Death: WFT Est. 1857-1946 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
Death: WFT Est. 1877-1925
Father: William Andrew STEWART b: 15 AUG 1835 in South Carolina or West Virginia?
Mother: Julia BOLL b: WFT Est. 1831-1850
Marriage 1 Belle STARR b: WFT Est. 1842-1877 [surname is wrong!]
Married: WFT Est. 1860-1910
Mary Rosetta STEWART b: WFT Est. 1877-1900
More About W. Stewart/Stuart and Belle Bottom:
Marriage: 03 November 1889, Independence County, Arkansas1
Children of Belle Bottom and W. Stewart/Stuart are:
2 i. Charles2 Stewart/Stuart.
+ 3 ii. Mary Rosetta Stewart/Stuart, born 01 December 1890 in Arkansas; died 09 May 1973 in West Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
Generation No. 2
3. Mary Rosetta2 Stewart/Stuart (Belle1 Bottom) was born 01 December 1890 in Arkansas, and died 09 May 1973 in West Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana2. She married George Franklin Osburn Bef. 1916 in Arkansas, son of Silas Osburn and Elizabeth Pool. He was born 31 March 1886 in Franklin County, Arkansas, and died 12 October 1962 in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
Notes for Mary Rosetta Stewart/Stuart:
Funeral notice from the Monroe Morning World, Monroe, LA newspaper, pg. 8B
MRS. MARY OSBURN
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Rosetta Osburn, 83, of 3001 South Grand St. Monroe will be at 10 a.m. today in the chapel of Mulhearn Funeral Home of Monroe with the Rev. A. W. Coody officiating.
Burial will be at the Welcome Home Cemetery in Grayson.
Mrs. Osburn, who was a member of the Methodist Church, died early Wednesday at the Riverside Nursing Home after a lengthy illness. She was a native of Arkansas, a former resident of Delhi and West Monroe and a resident of Monroe for the past seven years.
Survivors include two sons, W. C. Osburn, West Monroe, and D. F. Osburn, Morton, Mississippi; one daughter, Mrs. J. C. Childress, Perris, California; 15 grandchildren; 50 great-grandchildren; and 2 great-great-grandchildren.
More About Mary Rosetta Stewart/Stuart:
Burial: 11 May 1973, Welcome Home Cem, Grayson, Caldwell Parish, Louisiana
Notes for George Franklin Osburn:
1920 - Arkansas - Cleburne County - Poff Township - Enumeration Dist 3 - Page 179A Relat S/F Age Occup/Locat./R-O Birthplace
Osborn, Geo F. Head M/W 33 Farmer/Farm/Owned AR/TN/AR
Mary R. Wife F/W 29 AR/AR/AR
William C Son M/W 3-5/12 AR/AR/AR
Dollie A Daug F/W 7/12 AR/AR/AR
1930 - haven't located yet - I think they had moved to Louisiana by this time.
State of Louisiana Death Certificate # 16-965, information given by son, David
Osburn states that George was born in Sulphur Springs, Arkansas and that
his father, Silas was born in Popular Bluff, Missouri and his mother Betsy Ann
Poole was born in Dexter, Missiouri. Betsy Ann's death certificate gives her
place of birth as Arkansas and Silas' death certificate gives his place of birth
Funeral notice in Monroe, LA newspaper:
G.F. OSBURN, 76 Succumbs; Rites Set Sunday
George Franklin Osburn, 76, of West Monroe died Friday morning in a
Monroe hospital after a short illness.
Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Brownville Baptist
Church in West Monroe with Rev. H.M. Roach officiating.
Interment, under the direction of Gay's Funeral Home of Delhi, will in the
Welcome Home Cemetery, Grayson.
The body will lie in state at the residence 702 Tippett, West Monroe until
time for services.
Mr. Osburn, a native of the Delhi area, resided in West Monroe for the
past few years.
He is survived by his widow Mrs. Rosa Osburn, West Monroe; two sons, David
Osburn and William Osburn, both of West Monroe; one daughter, Mrs. Dollie
Childress, Long Beach, Calif; 17 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be Joe Warren, Walter Free, Robert Newman, Wayne Wilhite,
Lee Kaylor and Henry Nopper.
More About George Franklin Osburn:
Burial: 14 October 1962, Welcome Home Cem, Grayson, Caldwell, Louisiana
Cause of Death: congestive heart failure/pneumonia
Medical Information: Death Certificate # 16 965 - State of Louisiana
More About George Osburn and Mary Stewart/Stuart:
Marriage: Bef. 1916, Arkansas
Children of Mary Stewart/Stuart and George Osburn are:
4 i. William Coleman3 Osburn, born 22 June 1916 in Cleburne County, Arkansas; died 25 November 1995 in Monroe, Ouchaita parish, Louisiana. He married Jewell Ferrand 13 July 1935 in Louisiana; born 29 December 1916; died 07 September 1996 in Monroe, Ouchaita Parish, Louisiana.
More About William Coleman Osburn:
More About William Osburn and Jewell Ferrand:
Marriage: 13 July 1935, Louisiana
5 ii. Dollie Belle Osburn, born 29 May 1919 in Cleburne County, Arkansas; died 20 September 1989 in Columbia, Caldwell Parish, Louisiana2. She married Clayton Childress in Louisiana.
More About Clayton Childress and Dollie Osburn:
6 iii. David Franklin Osburn, born 06 March 1921 in Prim, Cleburne County, Arkansas; died 06 June 2001 in Morton, Scott County, Mississippi. He married (1) Private - Still Living . He married (2) Private - Still Living. He married (3) Private - Still Living .
Notes for David Franklin Osburn:
Obituary from local paper of Morton, Scott County, Mississippi
DAVID F. OSBURN
Funeral services for Mr. David F. Osburn, 80, were held at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 9, 2001, from the Ott & Lee Chapel in Morton. Rev. John Goodhue and Rev. Robert Gatewood officiated. Interment was made in
the Leesburg Cemetery in Morton.
Mr. Osburn passed away on Wednesday, June 6, at Scott Regional Hospital. Mr. Osburn was a native of Prim, Ark., and was a resident of Scott County for 35 years, moving from West Monroe, La. He was a member of Morton Jesus Name Church. Mr. Osburn and his wife served as foster parents in Scott County for six years.
Survivors include his wife, Helen Osburn of Morton; daughters Barbara Manor of Mich. and Shelia Osburn King of Leesburg; sons, Danny Osburn, Jimmy Osburn and George Osburn, all of Mich., Jim Osburn of Brook, Ga., and Rob Disentel of Nevada; step-daughters, Merry Thompson of Eagle Lake and Sherry Roby of Brandon; step-sons, Jerry Wiley Shoemaker of Leesburg and Micheal of D'Lo; 25 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and a host of neices and nephews. He was preceded in death
by sons, David Osburn and Ronnie Osburn and step-son Terry Jack Shoemaker.
Pallbearers were Ginger L. Gurley, Charlie Jones, Andy Measells, Jeremy Shoemaker, Mark Harrell, Merry Thompson, Guy Waggoner and Colin Measels.
Memorials may be made to Morton Jesus Name church, Building Fund, Morton, MS 39117
Ott & Lee Funeral Home in Morton was in charge of arrangements.
More About David Franklin Osburn:
Burial: 09 June 2001, Leesburg Cemetery, Morton, Scott County, Mississippi
Death Certificate: 06 June 2001, Scott County, Mississippi
Obituary: 10 June 2001
Social Security Number: 436-16-4019
1. Family Search International Genealogical Index, W. G. Stewart & Belle Bottoms.
2. Social Security Death Index.
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