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Re: John Hicks, b.1790s in ? Tennessee
Posted by: Adrienne Date: April 28, 2001 at 16:41:06
In Reply to: Re: John Hicks, b.1790s in ? Tennessee by Cheryl of 11728

Hi.
No, I don't have an Ellen Hicks. I do have a Samuel Houston Hensley who married Eliza Jane Jordan, daughter of Alexander Jordan and Nannie Rogers (b. 1804, Cherokee Nation, GA), who was daughter of Robert Rogers and Elizabeth/ Lucy Cordery, a Cherokee.

Here's what I have on my Hicks:
Descendants of John Hicks


Generation No. 1

1. JOHN1 HICKS was born Abt. 1658. He married REBECCA REEVES. She was born Abt. 1658.
       
Child of JOHN HICKS and REBECCA REEVES is:
2.       i.       JOHN BENNETT2 HICKS, b. Abt. 1677.


Generation No. 2

2. JOHN BENNETT2 HICKS (JOHN1) was born Abt. 1677.
       
Child of JOHN BENNETT HICKS is:
3.       i.       SAMUEL3 HICKS, b. Abt. 1705, Gloucester or York County, Virginia; d. 1772, Granville, North Carolina.


Generation No. 3

3. SAMUEL3 HICKS (JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1705 in Gloucester or York County, Virginia, and died 1772 in Granville, North Carolina. He married DIANA WILLIS 1726 in Gloucester County, Virginia, daughter of FRANCIS WILLIS. She was born Abt. 1705 in Gloucester County, Virginia, and died in Granville, North Carolina.

More About SAMUEL HICKS and DIANA WILLIS:
Marriage: 1726, Gloucester County, Virginia
       
Children of SAMUEL HICKS and DIANA WILLIS are:
4.       i.       ABSALOM4 HICKS, b. Abt. 1735; d. April 1770, Goochland, Virginia.
5.       ii.       STEPHEN HICKS, b. Abt. 1738, Goochland, Virginia.


Generation No. 4

4. ABSALOM4 HICKS (SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1735, and died April 1770 in Goochland, Virginia. He married MARY HARRIS April 20, 1760 in Goochland County, Virginia, daughter of SHERWOOD HARRIS and JANE HUDSPETH. She was born Abt. 1742, and died Aft. 1770.

More About ABSALOM HICKS and MARY HARRIS:
Marriage: April 20, 1760, Goochland County, Virginia
       
Children of ABSALOM HICKS and MARY HARRIS are:
       i.       BISHOP5 HICKS, b. 1756, Goochland County, Virginia; d. Granville County, North Carolina.

Notes for BISHOP HICKS:
The oldest child of Absolom Hicks and Mary Harris- year of birth is calculated from his age that is given in Granville County, NC Orphans Courts Records where Bishop Hicks and his brother, Harris Hicks, were assigned by court to others so that each may be taught a trade.

       ii.       JEANI HICKS, b. April 20, 1760, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia.

More About JEANI HICKS:
Baptism: June 01, 1760, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia

6.       iii.       DIANA HICKS, b. December 05, 1761, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia.
       iv.       HARRIS HICKS, b. 1762, Goochland County, Virginia; d. Granville County, North Carolina; m. TEMPERANCE SEARS, 1784; b. Abt. 1765.

Notes for HARRIS HICKS:
Granville County, NC Orphans Courts Records--Bishop Hicks and his brother, Harris Hicks, were assigned by court to others so that each may be taught a trade.

More About HARRIS HICKS and TEMPERANCE SEARS:
Marriage: 1784

       v.       ABSALOM HICKS, b. 1763, Goochland County, Virginia; d. Christian County, Kentucky.
7.       vi.       NATHANIEL HICKS, b. 1764, Goochland County, Virginia; d. Surray County, North Carolina.
       vii.       WILLIS HICKS, b. 1765, Goochland County, Virginia; d. Christian County, Kentucky.


5. STEPHEN4 HICKS (SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1738 in Goochland, Virginia. He married AGNES HANCOCK August 24, 1758 in St. James, Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia, daughter of BENJAMIN HANCOCK and JANE. She was born 1739 in Goochland, Virginia.

More About STEPHEN HICKS and AGNES HANCOCK:
Marriage: August 24, 1758, St. James, Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia
       
Children of STEPHEN HICKS and AGNES HANCOCK are:
       i.       NATHANIEL5 HICKS, b. May 05, 1759, St. James, Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia.

More About NATHANIEL HICKS:
Christening: July 01, 1759, St. James, Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia

       ii.       WINIFRED HICKS, b. September 01, 1760, St. James, Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia.

More About WINIFRED HICKS:
Christening: October 05, 1760, St. James, Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia

8.       iii.       MARY HICKS, b. May 09, 1763, St. James, Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia; d. 1835, Hanover County, Virginia.
       iv.       EDITH HICKS, b. January 24, 1862, St. James, Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia.

More About EDITH HICKS:
Christening: April 09, 1763, St. James, Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia


Generation No. 5

6. DIANA5 HICKS (ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born December 05, 1761 in St. James Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia. She married NATHANIEL WHITLOW. He was born Abt. 1760.

More About DIANA HICKS:
Baptism: March 07, 1762, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia
       
Child of DIANA HICKS and NATHANIEL WHITLOW is:
       i.       PLEASANT6 WHITLOW, b. Abt. 1780; m. TABITHA TUDOR; b. Abt. 1781.


7. NATHANIEL5 HICKS (ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born 1764 in Goochland County, Virginia, and died in Surray County, North Carolina. He married ELIZABETH BRATCHER Abt. 1776 in Surray County, North Carolina. She was born Abt. 1765 in Surray, North Carolina.

Notes for NATHANIEL HICKS:

Surray County, NC, Deed book C, tax lists: Nathaniel Hix, 640 acres.

1793: Nathaniel Hix appointed overseer of roads in place of Daniel Bills, August 14, 1793

May 14, 1795, Nathaniel Hix served on Jury Duty with Samuel and John Haggard, May Court, Surray County, NC.

1805: Franklin County, Deed book-R, page 46, lists: Nathaniel Hix buys 107 acres in 1805.

1816 : A will of Richard Woods in 1816, (Franklin County) refers to his land "adjoining NATHANIEL HICKS" and is witnessed by NATHANIEL and ELIZABETH HICKS.

1819: Will of Nathaniel Hicks:

"In the name of God, Amen, I NATHANIEL HIX, of the State of Georgia and County of Franklin, being in common health and perfect Mind and Memory, calling unto Mind the Mortality of my Body and knowing that it is Appointed unto all Men once to die, do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament. Principle and first of all, I recommend my Soul unto the hands of the Almighty God that gave it, and my Body, I recommend to the Earth in a Decent Christian Burial, at the discretion of my Executors, nothing doubting but I shall receive the Same again, I set the general resurrection by the Mighty Power of God; and as touching Worldly Estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me in this Life. I give and dispose of the same in the following manner and form, that is to say: First, I Will and recommend the payment of all my Just Debts; Second, I give and Bequeath unto my Daughter ANNA HAGGARD, Fifty Dollars; Third, I give and Bequeath unto my Son, JOHN, Fifty Dollars; Fourth, I give and Bequeath unto my Daughter, ELIZABETH TURNER, Fifty Dollars; Fifth, I give and Bequeath unto my daughter, POLLY DENMAN, Fifty Dollars; Sixth, I give and Bequeath unto my daughter, SALLY KEY, Fifty Dollars; Seventh, I give and Bequeath unto my daughter, SUSANNAH SHANKLE, Fifty Dollars; Eight, After the Said Legatees mentioned is paid the Balance of my Property, I give and Bequeath unto my SON, ABSOLOM and Heirs, to maintain his Mother, as long as she lives and concluding I do Constitute and Appoint my son ABSOLOM HIX, SAMUEL SHANNON and JAMES H. LITTLE, Executors of this my Last Will and Testament, ratifying this and no other as such. In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this 4th day of June 1819" (Georgia, Franklin County, minutes of the Court of Ordinary, March 7, 1814 - July 7, 1823)

The following was sent by Terry Sampson, Los Angeles, CA

Will of Nathaniel Hicks of Franklin County, GA, Will proven 7 July, 1823
"Father: Absolam Hicks Mother: Mary Harris Wife: Elizabeth Bratcher
Children:
Anna Hicks c1781 Surry, NC m. Haggard
John Hicks c1783 "
Elizabeth Hicks c1785 " m. Turner
Mary (Polly) Hicks c1787 " m. William S Denman
1July, 1809
Sarah Hicks c1789 " m. Pierce Key
Susannah Hicks c1791 " m. Shankle
Absolom Hicks 18 July, 1793 " m. Christenia Matheney
7 May, 1826"
-----





More About NATHANIEL HICKS:
Burial: Will in ? Franklin County, Georgia
Will Proven: July 07, 1823, Franklin County, Georgia

More About NATHANIEL HICKS and ELIZABETH BRATCHER:
Marriage: Abt. 1776, Surray County, North Carolina
       
Children of NATHANIEL HICKS and ELIZABETH BRATCHER are:
9.       i.       ELIZABETH6 HICKS, b. February 05, 1781, Surray County, North Carolina; d. August 19, 1861, Marshfield, Webster County, Missouri.
10.       ii.       ANNA HICKS, b. Abt. 1782, Roane, Tennessee; d. Roane, Tennessee.
11.       iii.       JOHN HICKS, b. Abt. 1784, Surray County, North Carolina; d. 1863, Webster County, Missouri.
12.       iv.       MARY "POLLY" HICKS, b. June 06, 1785, Surray County, North Carolina; d. February 11, 1870, Montgomery County, Indiana.
13.       v.       SARAH "SALLY" HICKS, b. 1789, Surray County, North Carolina.
       vi.       SUSANNAH HICKS, b. Abt. 1790; m. GEORGE SHANKLE; b. Abt. 1790.
14.       vii.       ABSOLAM HICKS, b. July 18, 1793, Mount Airy, Surray County, North Carolina; d. May 01, 1877, Bailey, Fannin County, Texas.


8. MARY5 HICKS (STEPHEN4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born May 09, 1763 in St. James, Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia, and died 1835 in Hanover County, Virginia. She married JAMES GENTRY Abt. 1792 in Virginia, son of GEORGE GENTRY and ELIZABETH STRINGER. He was born 1757 in Hanover County, Virginia, and died June 22, 1851 in Hanover County, Virginia.

More About MARY HICKS:
Christening: June 26, 1763

More About JAMES GENTRY:
Fact #1: Deeded land for Gentry Methodist Church in Albemarle County, near Greene County Line
Military service: Revolutionary War Soldier

More About JAMES GENTRY and MARY HICKS:
Marriage: Abt. 1792, Virginia
       
Children of MARY HICKS and JAMES GENTRY are:
       i.       GEORGE6 GENTRY, b. 1781, Albemarle, Virginia.
15.       ii.       JOHN GENTRY, b. 1783, Albemarle, Virginia; d. December 30, 1857.
       iii.       JAMES GENTRY, b. Abt. 1787, Bedford, Virginia; d. Stilesville, Hendricks, Indiana.
       iv.       MARY "POLLY" GENTRY, b. Abt. 1789.
       v.       ELIZABETH GENTRY, b. January 14, 1793, Albemarle, Virginia; d. Lincoln, Missouri; m. MARTIN HARVEY, January 16, 1808, Albemarle, Virginia; b. June 04, 1785, Albemarle, Virginia; d. June 15, 1848, Lincoln, Missouri.

More About MARTIN HARVEY and ELIZABETH GENTRY:
Marriage: January 16, 1808, Albemarle, Virginia

       vi.       SUSANNAH GENTRY, b. August 10, 1801, Charlottesville, Albemarle, Virginia.
       vii.       THOMAS GENTRY, b. March 10, 1804, Albemarle, Virginia.
       viii.       WILLIAM GENTRY, b. September 09, 1809, Albemarle, Virginia.


Generation No. 6

9. ELIZABETH6 HICKS (NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born February 05, 1781 in Surray County, North Carolina, and died August 19, 1861 in Marshfield, Webster County, Missouri. She married NATHAN TURNER May 05, 1802 in Franklin County, Georgia, son of WILLIAM TURNER and SARAH DENNY. He was born February 21, 1780 in Albemarle, Virginia, and died March 01, 1840 in Kingston, Roane, Tennessee.

More About ELIZABETH HICKS:
Burial: Nathan Turner Farm, James River, Webster Co. Missouri
Moved: Aft. 1840, With 8 of 9 children to Webster County, Missouri

More About NATHAN TURNER:
Burial: Roane, Tennessee
Moved: 1809, From Franklin County, GA to Roane, Tennessee

More About NATHAN TURNER and ELIZABETH HICKS:
Marriage: May 05, 1802, Franklin County, Georgia
       
Children of ELIZABETH HICKS and NATHAN TURNER are:
       i.       JOHN7 TURNER, b. July 09, 1804, Franklin County, Georgia; m. EDITH WEBSTER, February 10, 1826; b. Abt. 1805, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee.

More About JOHN TURNER and EDITH WEBSTER:
Marriage: February 10, 1826

       ii.       MARY "POLLY" TURNER, b. November 08, 1806, Franklin County, Georgia; m. WILLIAM SMITH, July 03, 1826; b. Abt. 1802, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee.

More About WILLIAM SMITH and MARY TURNER:
Marriage: July 03, 1826

16.       iii.       DENNY TURNER, b. January 11, 1809, Franklin County, Georgia; d. September 17, 1866, Webster, Missouri.
       iv.       LOUISA VICIE TURNER, b. July 04, 1811, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; m. CHARLES B. ELLIS, March 12, 1831; b. January 15, 1809, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee.

More About CHARLES ELLIS and LOUISA TURNER:
Marriage: March 12, 1831

       v.       NATHANIEL TURNER, b. November 18, 1813, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; d. Missouri; m. (1) SUSAN CARDWELL; b. Abt. 1817, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; m. (2) SUSANNAH MCPHERSON, September 04, 1837; b. Abt. 1816, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; d. Missouri.

More About NATHANIEL TURNER and SUSANNAH MCPHERSON:
Marriage: September 04, 1837

17.       vi.       ELIZABETH TURNER, b. November 19, 1816, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee.
       vii.       SARAH TURNER, b. March 07, 1819, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; m. JONATHAN PICKEL, November 14, 1843; b. Abt. 1815, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee.

More About JONATHAN PICKEL and SARAH TURNER:
Marriage: November 14, 1843

       viii.       MALISSA TURNER, b. March 07, 1823, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; m. JOHN CALDWELL; b. Abt. 1819, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee.
       ix.       NATHAN CAROLL TURNER, b. July 09, 1824, Roane County, North Carolina; d. Missouri; m. MARY COLEMAN; b. Abt. 1828.
       x.       WILLIAM TURNER, b. 1826, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee.


10. ANNA6 HICKS (NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1782 in Roane, Tennessee, and died in Roane, Tennessee. She married JOHN SAMUEL HAGGARD Abt. 1793 in Roane, Tennessee, son of SAMUEL HAGGARD and NANCY HIX. He was born 1769 in Surray County, North Carolina, and died September 01, 1836 in Roane County, Tennessee.

More About JOHN HAGGARD and ANNA HICKS:
Marriage: Abt. 1793, Roane, Tennessee
       
Children of ANNA HICKS and JOHN HAGGARD are:
       i.       SAMUEL7 HAGGARD, b. 1794, Surray County, North Carolina; d. September 11, 1866, Roane County, Tennessee; m. ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY, 1813; b. Abt. 1796.

More About SAMUEL HAGGARD and ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY:
Marriage: 1813

18.       ii.       MARY "POLLY" HAGGARD, b. December 10, 1802, Roane County,Tennessee; d. January 18, 1881, Taney County, Missouri.
19.       iii.       NATHANIEL HAGGARD, b. 1805, Roane County, Tennessee; d. September 15, 1865, Greene County, Springfield, Missouri.
       iv.       SARAH HAGGARD, b. 1807, Roane County, Tennessee; d. December 02, 1880, Lebanon, Laclede County, Missouri; m. JOHN SHAHAN SHIELDS, 1829.

More About JOHN SHIELDS and SARAH HAGGARD:
Marriage: 1829

       v.       B (?BRATCHER) C. HAGGARD, b. Abt. 1810, Roane County, Tennessee; d. 1815.
       vi.       DAUGHTER HAGGARD, b. Abt. 1810, Roane County, Tennessee; d. 1820.
       vii.       NATHAN TURNER THOMAS HAGGARD, b. 1815, Roane County, Tennessee; d. 1876, Taney County, Missouri; m. MARTHA LUCINDA MAYNARD; b. Abt. 1818.
       viii.       JOHN JACKSON HAGGARD, b. May 25, 1821, Roane County, Tennessee; d. June 24, 1910, Peel, Marion County, Arkansas; m. NANCY ANN JACKSON, Abt. 1855, Taney, Missouri; b. February 04, 1824, Roane, Tennessee; d. February 1922, Peel, Marion County, Arkansas.

More About JOHN HAGGARD and NANCY JACKSON:
Marriage: Abt. 1855, Taney, Missouri


11. JOHN6 HICKS (NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1784 in Surray County, North Carolina, and died 1863 in Webster County, Missouri. He married (1) SUSANNAH P. JONES. She was born Abt. 1885. He married (2) NANCY ANN "POLLY" HAGGARD Abt. 1800 in Surray County, North Carolina, daughter of SAMUEL HAGGARD and NANCY HIX. She was born Abt. 1785 in Surray, North Carolina, and died Aft. 1838 in Greene County, Missouri.

Notes for JOHN HICKS:
Roane, Tennessee wasn't formed until 1801 so not sure if this was place of birth for John Hicks.

According to A.F. Silkwood, Will Hicks had a ranch in Los Angeles, California.

Posted by Janet Moore on February 22, 1999 at 15:31:49:
In Reply to: Sarah Hicks 1813-1892 posted by Adrienne Taylor on February 22, 1999 at 08:02:44:

In a book about Crawford Co., Ar, a sketch on Mrs. Nancy G. Leach states her parents were Simpson and Sarah (Hicks) Breedlove. (born in TN in 1817 and 1814). It states Sarah Hicks' parents were John and Nancy (Haggard) Hicks, born in TN. They moved to Greene Co., Mo, in 1838, where they engaged in farming the remainder of their lives and reared a family of 13 children.



More About JOHN HICKS:
Fact #1: Reared 13 children
Moved: 1838, From Tennessee to Greene County, Missouri

More About NANCY ANN "POLLY" HAGGARD:
Moved: 1838, From Tennessee to Greene County, Missouri

More About JOHN HICKS and NANCY HAGGARD:
Marriage: Abt. 1800, Surray County, North Carolina
       
Children of JOHN HICKS and NANCY HAGGARD are:
20.       i.       ELIZABETH "BETSEY"7 HICKS, b. Abt. 1801, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1880, Polk, Tennessee.
       ii.       NATHANIAL HICKS, b. Abt. 1802, Roane County, Tennessee.
       iii.       MARTIN HICKS, b. Abt. 1804, North Carolina or Tennessee.
       iv.       MASON HICKS, b. Abt. 1805, North Carolina or Tennessee.
       v.       DAVID HICKS, b. Abt. 1807.
       vi.       FRANKLIN HICKS, b. Abt. 1809.
       vii.       MARY (MINA) "POLLY" HICKS, b. Abt. 1811, Roane County, Tennessee; m. HIRAM PATTERSON, August 30, 1846, Crawford, Webster County, Missouri; b. Abt. 1810.

More About HIRAM PATTERSON and MARY HICKS:
Marriage: August 30, 1846, Crawford, Webster County, Missouri

21.       viii.       SARAH HICKS, b. 1813, Roane County, Tennessee; d. August 07, 1890, Muldrow, Oklahoma.
       ix.       SUSAN HICKS, b. Abt. 1815; m. EMOS L. DAVIS, February 21, 1847; b. Abt. 1815.

More About EMOS DAVIS and SUSAN HICKS:
Marriage: February 21, 1847

22.       x.       MAY HICKS, b. June 05, 1816, Tennessee.
       xi.       CHILD # 11 HICKS, b. Abt. 1817.
       xii.       CHILD # 12 HICKS, b. Abt. 1818.
       xiii.       CHILD # 13 HICKS, b. Abt. 1819.


12. MARY "POLLY"6 HICKS (NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born June 06, 1785 in Surray County, North Carolina, and died February 11, 1870 in Montgomery County, Indiana. She married WILLIAM S. DENMAN July 01, 1809 in Franklin County, Georgia, son of MOSES DENMAN and ELIZABETH WISEMAN. He was born Abt. 1783, and died June 15, 1871 in Montgomery County, Indiana.

More About WILLIAM S. DENMAN:
Moved: Abt. 1811, Moved with parents and wife to Butler County, Ohio

More About WILLIAM DENMAN and MARY HICKS:
Marriage: July 01, 1809, Franklin County, Georgia
       
Children of MARY HICKS and WILLIAM DENMAN are:
       i.       ABSOLOM JACKSON (AJ)7 DENMAN, b. April 20, 1811, Butler County, Ohio.
       ii.       RACHEL DENMAN, b. May 13, 1818, Butler County, Ohio.
       iii.       MOSES HAMPDEN DENMAN, b. February 16, 1823, Butler County, Ohio.
       iv.       MARY JANE DENMAN, b. 1830, Indiana; d. 1830, Indiana.
       v.       SUSAN OLYMPUS DENMAN, b. Abt. 1832, Butler County, Ohio.


13. SARAH "SALLY"6 HICKS (NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born 1789 in Surray County, North Carolina. She married PIERCE COLUMBUS KEY. He was born Abt. 1785.
       
Child of SARAH HICKS and PIERCE KEY is:
       i.       8 CHILDREN7 KEY.


14. ABSOLAM6 HICKS (NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born July 18, 1793 in Mount Airy, Surray County, North Carolina, and died May 01, 1877 in Bailey, Fannin County, Texas. He married CHRISTENA "CRISSA" FRANCES MATHENY May 08, 1826 in Kingston, Roane County, Tennessee, daughter of ELIJAH MATHENY and MARY DAVIS. She was born August 17, 1806 in Tennessee, and died April 05, 1897 in Farmersville, Texas.

More About ABSOLAM HICKS and CHRISTENA MATHENY:
Marriage: May 08, 1826, Kingston, Roane County, Tennessee
       
Children of ABSOLAM HICKS and CHRISTENA MATHENY are:
       i.       JOHN ANDERSON7 HICKS, b. December 10, 1827, Roane County, Tennessee; d. March 21, 1909, Farmersville, Texas; m. SUSAN FRANCES KEATON; b. Abt. 1830.
       ii.       ELIJAH BRACHER HICKS, b. October 05, 1829, Roane County, Tennessee; d. December 04, 1907, Henrietta, Texas; m. MAHALA "MAHALEY" HUFF WORD, December 21, 1858, Joy, Texas; b. October 31, 1838, Lynn Camp, Corbin, Kentucky; d. May 05, 1902, Joy, Texas.

More About ELIJAH HICKS and MAHALA WORD:
Marriage: December 21, 1858, Joy, Texas

       iii.       WILLIAM CLAYTON HICKS, b. January 01, 1832, Roane, Tennessee; d. 1863, Fannin County, Texas; m. MARTHA ISABELLA BOURLAND, September 03, 1860, Fannin County, Texas; b. Abt. 1834.

More About WILLIAM HICKS and MARTHA BOURLAND:
Marriage: September 03, 1860, Fannin County, Texas

       iv.       ANNA MELISSA HICKS, b. June 26, 1834, Roane, Tennessee; d. May 25, 1906, Farmersville, Texas; m. JOHN ALEXANDER BAIN, January 19, 1853, Fannin County, Texas; b. March 15, 1823; d. November 12, 1862, Farmersville, Texas.

More About JOHN BAIN and ANNA HICKS:
Marriage: January 19, 1853, Fannin County, Texas

       v.       NATHANIEL TURNER HICKS, b. April 03, 1837, Roane, Tennessee; d. April 09, 1922; m. LUELLEN HARRIS, January 26, 1872; b. Abt. 1840.

More About NATHANIEL HICKS and LUELLEN HARRIS:
Marriage: January 26, 1872

       vi.       ARTEMAS "ARTIE" STEGALL HICKS, b. September 10, 1839, Roane, Tennessee; d. September 22, 1922; m. HESTER ANN JEWELL OXFORD, November 23, 1871; b. 1853; d. 1940.

More About ARTEMAS HICKS and HESTER OXFORD:
Marriage: November 23, 1871

       vii.       MARGARET W. HICKS, b. October 10, 1842; d. 1937; m. EDGAR M. "DOC" MARCHMAND, MD, March 29, 1861, Fannin County, Texas; b. Abt. 1840.

More About EDGAR MARCHMAND and MARGARET HICKS:
Marriage: March 29, 1861, Fannin County, Texas

       viii.       MARTHA "MATTIE" E. HICKS, b. May 05, 1845; d. February 22, 1937; m. PAYTON "PATE" G. TAYLOR, November 04, 1869, Fannin County, Texas; b. Abt. 1843.

More About PAYTON TAYLOR and MARTHA HICKS:
Marriage: November 04, 1869, Fannin County, Texas


15. JOHN6 GENTRY (MARY5 HICKS, STEPHEN4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born 1783 in Albemarle, Virginia, and died December 30, 1857. He married MARTHA "PATSEY" HICKS November 25, 1801. She was born Abt. 1785 in Greene County, Virginia.

More About JOHN GENTRY and MARTHA HICKS:
Marriage: November 25, 1801
       
Children of JOHN GENTRY and MARTHA HICKS are:
       i.       FOUNTAIN7 GENTRY, b. 1803, Greene County, Virginia; m. ANN KNIGHT; b. Abt. 1802, Greene County, Virginia.
       ii.       ELIZABETH GENTRY, b. 1818, Greene County, Virginia; d. May 27, 1848.
       iii.       JOHN GENTRY, b. 1815, Greene County, Virginia; d. 1888, Greene County, Virginia; m. CAROLINA DOUGLASS, December 05, 1840, Greene County, Virginia; b. Abt. 1819, Greene County, Virginia.

More About JOHN GENTRY and CAROLINA DOUGLASS:
Marriage: December 05, 1840, Greene County, Virginia

       iv.       JAMES GENTRY, b. 1823, Greene County, Virginia; m. LUTHANA SANDRIDGE, November 06, 1845; b. Abt. 1824, Greene County, Virginia.

More About JAMES GENTRY and LUTHANA SANDRIDGE:
Marriage: November 06, 1845

23.       v.       AUSTIN BERNERD GENTRY, b. October 11, 1809, Greene County, Virginia; d. August 14, 1870.


Generation No. 7

16. DENNY7 TURNER (ELIZABETH6 HICKS, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born January 11, 1809 in Franklin County, Georgia, and died September 17, 1866 in Webster, Missouri. He married ELIZABETH CARDWELL May 28, 1831. She was born April 05, 1814 in Virginia, and died November 25, 1880 in Marshfield, Missouri.

More About DENNY TURNER and ELIZABETH CARDWELL:
Marriage: May 28, 1831
       
Children of DENNY TURNER and ELIZABETH CARDWELL are:
       i.       COLUMBUS H.8 TURNER, b. March 16, 1832, Tennessee; d. February 25, 1873, Missouri; m. ALMIRA NICHOLS.
       ii.       JOHN NEWTON TURNER, b. September 09, 1834, Tennessee; d. September 25, 1875; m. HARRIETT NICHOLS; b. Abt. 1836.
       iii.       NATHAN JASPER TURNER, b. February 12, 1837, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; d. October 10, 1890, Cisco, Grand, Utah; m. CATHERINE MALLISA PICKEL, 1866; b. January 18, 1846, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; d. February 28, 1909, Grand Junction, Mesa, Colorado.

More About NATHAN JASPER TURNER:
Burial: October 12, 1890

More About NATHAN TURNER and CATHERINE PICKEL:
Marriage: 1866

       iv.       WILLIAM A. TURNER, b. August 23, 1839, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; d. March 31, 1918, Missouri; m. ALICE MITCHELL, 1879; b. Abt. 1858.

More About WILLIAM TURNER and ALICE MITCHELL:
Marriage: 1879

       v.       THOMAS B. TURNER, b. October 09, 1844, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; d. May 31, 1933; m. PARTHENIA; b. Abt. 1848.
       vi.       FRANKLIN M. TURNER, b. Abt. 1846, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; d. Abt. 1900, Missouri; m. NANCY SAYERS; b. Abt. 1850.
       vii.       ELIZABETH TURNER, b. June 29, 1848, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; d. March 19, 1921; m. JESSE JULIAN FOSTER; b. Abt. 1844.
       viii.       MARY E. TURNER, b. June 05, 1850, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; d. December 25, 1919; m. JOHN GRIER.
       ix.       JAMES D. TURNER, b. February 22, 1854, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; m. METTIE MARTIN; b. Abt. 1858.
       x.       ROBERT B. TURNER, b. 1856, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; d. 1920; m. NEALIE MONSEY; b. Abt. 1860.


17. ELIZABETH7 TURNER (ELIZABETH6 HICKS, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born November 19, 1816 in Kingston, Roane, Tennessee. She married HENRY W. PICKEL December 07, 1837. He was born Abt. 1812 in Kingston, Roane, Tennessee.

More About HENRY PICKEL and ELIZABETH TURNER:
Marriage: December 07, 1837
       
Child of ELIZABETH TURNER and HENRY PICKEL is:
       i.       CATHERINE MALLISA8 PICKEL, b. January 18, 1846, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; d. February 28, 1909, Grand Junction, Mesa, Colorado; m. NATHAN JASPER TURNER, 1866; b. February 12, 1837, Kingston, Roane, Tennessee; d. October 10, 1890, Cisco, Grand, Utah.

More About NATHAN JASPER TURNER:
Burial: October 12, 1890

More About NATHAN TURNER and CATHERINE PICKEL:
Marriage: 1866


18. MARY "POLLY"7 HAGGARD (ANNA6 HICKS, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born December 10, 1802 in Roane County,Tennessee, and died January 18, 1881 in Taney County, Missouri. She married (1) LEVI CASEY 1830. She married (2) JAMES LOUIS CARSON Abt. 1836, son of ADAM CARSON and MARGARET PAGEN. He was born September 13, 1807 in Roane County,Tennessee, and died June 20, 1896 in Trousdale County, Tennesse.

More About LEVI CASEY and MARY HAGGARD:
Marriage: 1830

Notes for JAMES LOUIS CARSON:
Served in Confederate army unit and requested pension.

More About JAMES CARSON and MARY HAGGARD:
Marriage: Abt. 1836
       
Children of MARY HAGGARD and JAMES CARSON are:
       i.       DAVID WOODSON8 CARSON, b. 1836; d. 1911; m. LAURA J. CAPLENER, Wilson County, TN; b. 1835; d. 1901.

Notes for DAVID WOODSON CARSON:
Served in Confederate army unit and requested pension.

More About DAVID CARSON and LAURA CAPLENER:
Marriage: Wilson County, TN

       ii.       JAMES F. CARSON, b. Abt. 1839.
       iii.       PANDORA CARSON, b. Abt. 1841.
       iv.       BUFORD A. CARSON, b. Abt. 1842.
       v.       SIDNEY W. CARSON, b. Abt. 1844.
       vi.       MORNING ANNE CARSON, b. February 03, 1846, Nashville, TN; m. J. F. WOOD; b. 1827; d. 1904.
       vii.       LOUIS F. CARSON, b. Abt. 1848.
       viii.       WILLIAM W. CARSON, b. Abt. 1850.


19. NATHANIEL7 HAGGARD (ANNA6 HICKS, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born 1805 in Roane County, Tennessee, and died September 15, 1865 in Greene County, Springfield, Missouri. He married JANE LEONARD 1834.

More About NATHANIEL HAGGARD and JANE LEONARD:
Marriage: 1834
       
Child of NATHANIEL HAGGARD and JANE LEONARD is:
       i.       PRESTON8 HAGGARD, b. February 16, 1829, Roane County, Tennessee; m. SARAH JOHNSON BARBER.


20. ELIZABETH "BETSEY"7 HICKS (JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1801 in North Carolina, and died Abt. 1880 in Polk, Tennessee. She married JAMES JASON MATLOCK September 30, 1815 in Roane, Tennessee, son of JASON MATLOCK and MARY MILLER. He was born 1795 in Tennessee, and died Abt. 1878 in Polk, Tennessee.

More About ELIZABETH "BETSEY" HICKS:
Burial: Matlock Cemetery, Polk, Tennessee

More About JAMES JASON MATLOCK:
Burial: Matlock Cemetery, Polk, Tennessee

More About JAMES MATLOCK and ELIZABETH HICKS:
Marriage: September 30, 1815, Roane, Tennessee
       
Children of ELIZABETH HICKS and JAMES MATLOCK are:
       i.       JOHN MILTON8 MATLOCK, b. August 15, 1816, Tennessee; d. March 08, 1901, San Saba, Texas; m. MARTHA LAMIRA WALKER; b. February 04, 1818, Alabama; d. December 24, 1893, San Saba, Texas.

More About MARTHA LAMIRA WALKER:
Burial: Holt Cemetery, San Saba, Texas

       ii.       JAMES MATLOCK, b. May 08, 1828, East Tennessee; d. June 27, 1905, Texas; m. (1) MARY ANN LONGLEY; b. March 06, 1835, Tennessee; d. September 08, 1903, Cassville, Barry, Missouri; m. (2) CATHERINE SARAH CAMPBELL, June 10, 1846; b. 1829, East Tennessee; d. May 12, 1873, Polk, Tennessee.

More About JAMES MATLOCK:
Burial: Cassville, Barry, Missouri

More About CATHERINE SARAH CAMPBELL:
Burial: 4 Mile Cemetery, Polk, Tennessee

More About JAMES MATLOCK and CATHERINE CAMPBELL:
Marriage: June 10, 1846

       iii.       ABSALOM MATLOCK, b. Abt. 1830, East Tennessee.
       iv.       MINERVA MATLOCK, b. Abt. 1831, East Tennessee; d. Parker, Texas.
       v.       MARY MATLOCK, b. Abt. 1832, East Tennessee.


21. SARAH7 HICKS (JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born 1813 in Roane County, Tennessee, and died August 07, 1890 in Muldrow, Oklahoma. She married SIMPSON BREEDLOVE 1839 in Greene County, Missouri, son of UNKNOWN and MARTHA BREEDLOVE. He was born April 11, 1816 in Grange County (or Lawrence County), Alabama, and died January 18, 1893 in Dingler, Comanche County, (near Leon River) TX.

Notes for SARAH HICKS:
From Janet Moore: In a book about Crawford Co., Arkansas, a sketch on Mrs. Nancy G. Leach states her parents were Simpson and Sarah (Hicks) Breedlove. (born in TN in 1817 and 1814). It states Sarah Hicks' parents were John and Nancy (Haggard) Hicks, born in TN. They removed to Greene Co., Mo, in 1838, where they engaged in farming the remainder of their lives and reared a family of 13 children.

Sarah's husband, Simpson, after being wounded in Civil War and nursed back to health by Emmaline Hodge, a nurse, whom he later married.

Sarah and her youngest son, James, lived with Sarah's sister Mary (on 1870 census records of Greene Co, MO).

In 1880 she was living with her daughter Martha and husband, Richard Leach in Crawford Co., Arkansas.


History of Benton County
CRAWFORD COUNTY.

Mrs. Nancy G. Leach was born in Greene County, Mo., in 1842, and is a daughter of Simpson and Sarah (Hicks) Breedlove, who were born in Tennessee in 1817 and 1814, respectively. When grown they moved to Missouri, and were there married in 1839, soon after their arrival. In 1856 they removed to Johnson County, Tex., and in 1860 went to Washington County, Ark. The father served in the Mexican War, and afterward engaged in farming until the commencement of the Civil War, when he went away with the militia, and has not been heard of since.

The maternal grandparents of Mrs. Leach, viz., John and Nancy (Haggard) Hicks, were born in Tennessee, and in 1838 removed to Greene County, Mo., where they engaged in farming the remainder of their lives, and reared a family of thirteen children. Mrs. Leach has three brothers and two sisters. She was married November 22, 1860, to Mr. Nathan W. Leach, son of Richard and Eliza (Hewitt) Leach, of Washington County, Ark., of which Richard Leach was a pioneer settler.

Mr. Nathan Leach was a farmer and merchant, and held the office of postmaster. His widow's present farm is located upon the mountain, and contains 180 acres, half being cleared and well cultivated, with a good orchard and nice buildings. Mr. Leach departed this life April 14, 1887, leaving a family of five children, all, with the exception of Mrs. Alice Garrison, still living with their mother. Mrs. Leach is an active member in the Methodist Church, to which her husband also belonged.

More About SARAH HICKS:
Arrived in 1: 1838, Arrive from Tennessee to Greene County, Missouri
Arrived in 2: 1856, Johnson County, Texas, with family
Arrived in 3: 1860, Washington County, Arkansas
Burial: Row #24-South, Muldrow Cemetery, Oklahoma
Tombstone Inscription: Wife of S. Breedlove; Age 79 Yrs; Died 8-7-1890

Notes for SIMPSON BREEDLOVE:
From 1850 Census, Greene County, Missouri, Roll #154 (Cape Township)
p.723 #1722
Breedlove, Simpson age 33, farmer, Alabama
Sarah, 37 female, Tennessee
        Martha S., 10, female, Missouri
        Nancy, 8 female, Missouri
        Mira, 6, female, Missouri
        Harrison, 5, male, Missouri
        Elizabeth, 3, female, Missouri
        John, 2, male, Missouri

From Tom King:
Simpson Breedlove lived with Uncle William Breedlove in Roane County, TN where he met Sarah Hicks. Simpson was ?grandson of Charles.

Name not included in Estate of Charles Breedlove in 1820: Lawrence County, Alabama, (as the 3 other sons of Charles were: James, Spencer and William).

From the Goodspeeds History of NW Arkansas, page 1164.
Simpson and Sarah Hicks Breedlove lived in Johnson Co., TX, as well as in Washington Co., AR, where he died. The sketch says the Simpson and Sarah lived in Wash. Co., in 1860. They had 6 children

From: Virginia Degnan (granddaughter of Jefferson Davis Breedlove):
Simpson Breedlove served in the Civil War and was a prisoner of war. His second wife was Emaline Matilda Hodge; had 2 additional children from this marriage. Emmaline was a nurse who helped him get well (became his second wife). Unsure why Simpson remarried.

One of two things happened at the end of the Civil War. Either Simpson misplaced his wife and 6 children and spent little time looking for them, or he saw it as an opportunity to begin again with Emmaline Hoddges and did so. Perhaps a more charitable option is that he thought his wife was dead, and since his children were grown and married at the time, found another wife and began a new life for himself. This would be supported by his statement as a prisoner of war, answering whether he had a wife and children. He answered yes, six children. He was released by the Union Army on June 2, 1863 and married Emmaline Hoddges on Aug. 15 1863. The birthdates carried down in tradition of the two families are the same. The census records would reflect that the two Simpson Breedloves are one and the same. And there was a family tradition in Simpson's second family that there were six half-brothers and sisters who didn't come west when Simpson did, the exact number of living children by the first marriage.

With his first wife, Sarah Hicks, and his children, Simpson appears on the 1850 Census of Greene County, Missouri, Dallas Township, at page 362, "Simpson Breedlove". The Spencer Breedlove family is on the same page; two William Breedlove families are on page 363. Charles Breedlvoe is on page 367. James Breedlove is on page 363. John Breedlove is on page 369. Comparing these with names of children of Charles Breedlove and Sally Fletcher, as listed in a previous section (IC) it is obvious that Simpson is extended to this family.

In the 1860 Census, Simpson and Sarah and family live in Johnson County, Texas (page 460) at Comanche Peak Township. No other Breedloves are shown nearby.

Following the Civil War and remarriage, the 1870 Census of Smith County, Texas, shows Simpson Briadlove, 54, farm laborer, Alabama; Emiline, 29, Mississippi; Jefferson, 6, Mississippi; Thomas, 2, Texas.

According to Author Floyd Silkwood in letter to Maude May Gage dated January 14, 1975 "Simpson was a Confederate soldier who was released from Confederate Army due to illness and he returned to Evansville, Arkansas. He was arrested by Union Army and imprisoned, stated "when asked if he had any relatives in the war, said "YES- 2 son-in-laws and some cousins". He was released later where he returned to Evansville, Arkansas, where he died a short time later of "Bright's Disease".

According to Tom King:
Simpson was wounded in the Civil war (verified by muster roll records). It's in these records that Simpson states he was born in Lawrence County, Alabama. He had been wounded and released from service but was picked up by the Yankees who put him in prison. Posted by: Tom King Date: March 02, 1999 at 11:47:07

Roll #143:
BREEDLOVE, SIMPSON Pvt Co H, 15th (Northwest) AR Inf
Enlisted 25 Feb1862 at Boston Mountain, AR
Sick in camp then in hospital from Aug 1862 to Feb1863.
Discharged 13 Dec1862 on a surgeon's certificate of disability - Rheumatism and Brights disease of the kidneys.
Ht 5' 11", eyes gray, hair dark, complex light, farmer, age 45.
Captured in Washington Co, AR 23 Feb 1863 and sent to military prison, St Louis, MO then to City Point, VA where he was exchanged 2 Jun 1863.

This information came from Edward G. Gerdes who has the following
website: http://www.couchgenweb.com/civilwar/ This info is not on the website yet. Mr. Gerdes e-mailed it to me. His goal is to have a complete listing of all Arkansans who served. Simpson BREEDLOVE was one.

In Reply to: Re: BREEDLOVE, William/Mira/Simpson by Adrienne Taylor of 249
"The parentage of Simpson has never been proved, but it is highly likely that he is the illegitimate son of Martha "Patsy" Breedlove, youngest dau of Charles and Sally Fletcher Breedlove. Martha married David Scoggins in Lawrence Co., AL in 1821, some 5 yrs after Simpson was born there. William married Amy Hair (Hairston) in Madison Co., AL in 1814 but William's estate probate in Webster Co., MO in 1858 does not mention Simpson so it is highly unlikely Simpson is William's son. Charles's estate in 1820 in Lawrence mentions Simpson but relationship is not stated. Charles's son James stayed in Rutherford Co., NC so he could not be Simpson's father. Charles's only other son Spencer married in 1816 in Louisiana which eliminates all three sons as possible fathers of Simpson."

According to Don Adams:
Simpson was in the Civil War CSA and captured in Washington, Arkansas.

According to Bill Breedlove (William Otway Breedlove III): "Simpson Breedlove moved with his family to Texas by 1860 where he is found on the census in Johnson County, TX. He moved to Washington County, Arkansas and enlisted in the Confederate Army on Feb. 20, 1862. Spending most of his time in a hospital in Meridian, Mississippi and as a prisoner of war, Simpson was discharged in July 1863. His family in Arkansas by all subsequent account, believed that Simpson was killed in the war. Instead, Simpson apparently abandoned his family with Sarah Hicks and married Emiline Hodges and began a new family--many whom live in east Texas. Barbara Breedlove Rollins of Abiline, TX, a descendent of Simpson and Emaline, is largely responsible for the revelation of Simpson's second family".


History of Benton County
CRAWFORD COUNTY.

Mrs. Nancy G. Leach was born in Greene County, Mo., in 1842, and is a daughter of Simpson and Sarah (Hicks) Breedlove, who were born in Tennessee in 1817 and 1814, respectively. When grown they moved to Missouri, and were there married in 1839, soon after their arrival. In 1856 they removed to Johnson County, Tex., and in 1860 went to Washington County, Ark. The father served in the Mexican War, and afterward engaged in farming until the commencement of the Civil War, when he went away with the militia, and has not been heard of since. The maternal grandparents of Mrs. Leach, viz., John and Nancy (Haggard) Hicks, were born in Tennessee, and in 1838 removed to Greene County, Mo., where they engaged in farming the remainder of their lives, and reared a family of thirteen children. Mrs. Leach has three brothers and two sisters. She was married November 22, 1860, to Mr. Nathan W. Leach, son of Richard and Eliza (Hewitt) Leach, of Washington County, Ark., of which Richard Leach was a pioneer settler. Mr. Nathan Leach was a farmer and merchant, and held the office of postmaster. His widow's present farm is located upon the mountain, and contains 180 acres, half being cleared and well cultivated, with a good orchard and nice buildings. Mr. Leach departed this life April 14, 1887, leaving a family of five children, all, with the exception of Mrs. Alice Garrison. still living with their mother. Mrs. Leach is an active member in the Methodist Church, to which her husband also belonged.

Civil War Records (from Ancestry.com site)

Surname        Given Name Company Unit Rank-Induction Rank-Discharge Notes Box # EXCT# Record #
Breedlove Simpson H         15 (Northwest) Arkansas Infantry. Private Private 000376 0003 00003232



More About SIMPSON BREEDLOVE:
#1: Civil War prisoner in Gratiot St. Prison, St. Louis; captured in Washington, Arkansas
Captured by Union Army: February 23, 1863, Washington County, Arkansas
Census 1: 1850, Greene County, Missouri, Dallas Township
Census 2: 1860, Johnson County, TX at Comanche Peak Township- Simpson and Sarah
Census 3: 1870, Smith County, TX
Census 4: 1880, Coryell County, Texas
Census 5: 1890, Erath County, TX- around Lingleville, Huckabay or Hannibal
Discharged by Union Army: June 02, 1863, As prisoner of war
Lived in: Lawrence County, Alabama
Medical Information: Gray eyes; dark hairHistory of Rheumatism and Brights disease of the kidneys.
Military service 1: Mexican War and Confederate, Arkansas, 15th N.W. Infantry Co. H
Military service 2: June 02, 1863, Released by Union Army as prisoner
Occupation: Farmer
Received by Union Army: May 19, 1863, As prisoner of war

More About SIMPSON BREEDLOVE and SARAH HICKS:
Marriage: 1839, Greene County, Missouri
       
Children of SARAH HICKS and SIMPSON BREEDLOVE are:
24.       i.       MARTHA S.8 BREEDLOVE, b. 1840, Webster, Greene County, Missouri; d. Aft. 1868, Washington County, Arkansas.
25.       ii.       NANCY G. BREEDLOVE, b. February 13, 1842, Webster, Greene County, Missouri; d. January 24, 1898, Crawford County, Arkansas.
26.       iii.       MIRA MAY BREEDLOVE, b. 1844, Greene County, Missouri; d. 1904, Claremore, Rogers County, Oklahoma.
       iv.       (WILLIAM) HARRISON BREEDLOVE, b. 1845, Webster, Greene County, Missouri.
       v.       ELIZABETH BREEDLOVE, b. 1847, Greene County, Missouri; d. Bef. 1860.
       vi.       JAMES L. BREEDLOVE, b. August 05, 1855, Webster County, Missouri; d. October 31, 1889, Muldrow, Indian Territory, Oklahoma.

Notes for JAMES L. BREEDLOVE:




More About JAMES L. BREEDLOVE:
Burial: Row #24-South, Muldrow Cemetery, Oklahoma
College: Cane Hill College, Cane Hill Arkansas.
Occupation: Teacher in Muldrow, Indian Territory
Tombstone Inscription: 34 yrs. 3 Mo. 26 Days; died 10-31-1889

27.       vii.       JOHN WASHINGTON BREEDLOVE, b. August 14, 1852, Webster County, Missouri; d. May 18, 1904, Fort Smith, Arkansas.
       viii.       MARY JANE BREEDLOVE, b. Abt. 1853, Greene County, Missouri; d. Probably Washington County, Arkansas.


22. MAY7 HICKS (JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born June 05, 1816 in Tennessee. She married WILLIAM WILLIAMS December 28, 1830 in Roane, Tennessee. He was born October 27, 1810 in Virginia, and died November 15, 1888 in Fordland, Webster County, Missouri.

Notes for WILLIAM WILLIAMS:
From Cherokee Planters in Georgia: p 252
Two Indian countrymen (who may have been brothers), John Williams (appointed Cherokee agent of the county in 1833) and William Williams (married to Catherine Vann, a mixed blood), owned major improvement in the country. John lived on Rock Creek (a headstream of Holly Creek) where agents recorded his claim to these possessions: a dwelling house (46 feet by 36 feet) with one brick chimney, 5 rooms, "good floors and doors", a porchers to front and back; a hewed log kitchen worth $100, a peach orchard, and 90 acres of improved land. He told agents that he had been dispossessed of his house and 70 acres of land since the spring of 1834. He was finally awarded $2705 for his claims, with $630 added to the figure for spoliations on his land and house".

"William Williams owned considerable improvements at Big Spring until 1832, when he was forced to surrender his title under Georgia law. Agents assessed his former holdings at $2558 and the commissioners at New Echota allowed him $1287 for spoliations. At that time (March 8, 1837), Williams requested that Dennis Wolf, a native, be allowed a year's rent on 143 acres of the land, which amounted to $429. By this date, Williams, after losing his property in Murray, had set up his residence on Candy's Creek and at the Red Clay Council Ground in Bradley County, Tennessee, where agents appraised his claims at $3955."



More About WILLIAM WILLIAMS:
Burial: Fordland Cemetery, Fordland, Webster County, Missouri

More About WILLIAM WILLIAMS and MAY HICKS:
Marriage: December 28, 1830, Roane, Tennessee
       
Child of MAY HICKS and WILLIAM WILLIAMS is:
       i.       WILLIAM L.8 WILLIAMS, b. 1839; d. January 1887, Muldrow, Indian Territory, Oklahoma.

More About WILLIAM L. WILLIAMS:
Burial: Row #24-South, Muldrow Cemetery, Oklahoma


23. AUSTIN BERNERD7 GENTRY (JOHN6, MARY5 HICKS, STEPHEN4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born October 11, 1809 in Greene County, Virginia, and died August 14, 1870. He married FRANCES "JANE" A. V. NAYLOR January 03, 1832 in Albemarle County, Virginia. She was born Abt. 1812 in Greene County, Virginia.

More About AUSTIN GENTRY and FRANCES NAYLOR:
Marriage: January 03, 1832, Albemarle County, Virginia
       
Children of AUSTIN GENTRY and FRANCES NAYLOR are:
       i.       J. R. THOMAS8 GENTRY, b. April 16, 1837.
       ii.       BLUFORD A. GENTRY, b. 1844.
       iii.       FRANCES GENTRY, b. 1845.
       iv.       HENRY B. C. GENTRY, b. September 02, 1853.


Generation No. 8

24. MARTHA S.8 BREEDLOVE (SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born 1840 in Webster, Greene County, Missouri, and died Aft. 1868 in Washington County, Arkansas. She married RICHARD ROBERT LEACH Abt. 1860 in Washington County, Arkansas, son of RICHARD LEACH and ELIZA HEWITT. He was born November 1841 in Washington County, Arkansas, and died December 27, 1889 in Washington County, Arkansas.

More About RICHARD ROBERT LEACH:
Burial: Bethesda Cemetery, Washington County, Arkansas

More About RICHARD LEACH and MARTHA BREEDLOVE:
Marriage: Abt. 1860, Washington County, Arkansas
       
Children of MARTHA BREEDLOVE and RICHARD LEACH are:
       i.       CASSIE9 LEACH, b. Abt. 1866, Johnson, Arkansas; m. S. V. (WILLIAM) WILLIAMS, August 27, 1898, Johnson, Arkansas; b. Abt. 1863, Hackett in Sebastian Co., Arkansas.

More About S. WILLIAMS and CASSIE LEACH:
Marriage: August 27, 1898, Johnson, Arkansas

       ii.       CAMMA CICERO LEACH, b. Abt. 1868, Van Buren, Arkansas; m. ADAH THOMPSON, June 23, 1891, Muskogee, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, OK; b. Abt. 1873.

Notes for CAMMA CICERO LEACH:
According to information from a letter from A.F. Silwood written to Grace Gage about 1974:

"The Leaches that lived in Vacaville (CA) many years ago where also cousins to dad's (A.Dire Silkwood) and possibly your dad (W. Thomas Gage) through Mira. As a C.C. Leach handled the cattle deals in Indian Territory for "uncle" John Breedlove and they, the older one and wife Lizzie Leach came from that area also. I remember Carl Leach and there were 3 other boys. Elzie was one and a girl and 5 in all, I believe. Had a farm in Vacaville, CA in 1920."

More About CAMMA CICERO LEACH:
Occupation: Handled cattle deals in Indian Territory

More About CAMMA LEACH and ADAH THOMPSON:
Marriage: June 23, 1891, Muskogee, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, OK


25. NANCY G.8 BREEDLOVE (SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born February 13, 1842 in Webster, Greene County, Missouri, and died January 24, 1898 in Crawford County, Arkansas. She married NATHAN W. LEACH November 22, 1860 in Washington County, Arkansas, son of RICHARD LEACH and ELIZA HEWITT. He was born November 1838 in Washington County, Arkansas, and died April 14, 1887 in Washington County, Arkansas.

Notes for NANCY G. BREEDLOVE:
History of Benton County
CRAWFORD COUNTY.

Mrs. Nancy G. Leach was born in Greene County, Mo., in 1842, and is a daughter of Simpson and Sarah (Hicks) Breedlove, who were born in Tennessee in 1817 and 1814, respectively. When grown they moved to Missouri, and were there married in 1839, soon after their arrival. In 1856 they removed to Johnson County, Tex., and in 1860 went to Washington County, Ark. The father served in the Mexican War, and afterward engaged in farming until the commencement of the Civil War, when he went away with the militia, and has not been heard of since.

The maternal grandparents of Mrs. Leach (John and Nancy (Haggard) Hicks), were born in Tennessee, and in 1838 removed to Greene County, Mo., where they engaged in farming the remainder of their lives, and reared a family of thirteen children.

Mrs. Leach has three brothers and two sisters. She was married November 22, 1860, to Mr. Nathan W. Leach, son of Richard and Eliza (Hewitt) Leach, of Washington County, Ark., of which Richard Leach was a pioneer settler. Mr. Nathan Leach was a farmer and merchant, and held the office of postmaster. His widow's present farm is located upon the mountain, and contains 180 acres, half being cleared and well cultivated, with a good orchard and nice buildings. Mr. Leach departed this life April 14, 1887, leaving a family of five children, all, with the exception of Mrs. Alice Garrison. still living with their mother. Mrs. Leach is an active member in the Methodist Church, to which her husband also belonged.



More About NANCY G. BREEDLOVE:
Burial: Row #24-South, Muldrow Cemetery, Oklahoma
Lived in: Muldrow, Oklahoma
Occupation: Operated a hotel in Muldrow, OK, built by her brother, John W. Breedlove in 1888
Religion: Methodist

Notes for NATHAN W. LEACH:
History of Benton County
CRAWFORD COUNTY.

Mrs. Nancy G. Leach was born in Greene County, Mo., in 1842, and is a daughter of Simpson and Sarah (Hicks) Breedlove, who were born in Tennessee in 1817 and 1814, respectively. When grown they moved to Missouri, and were there married in 1839, soon after their arrival. In 1856 they removed to Johnson County, Tex., and in 1860 went to Washington County, Ark. The father served in the Mexican War, and afterward engaged in farming until the commencement of the Civil War, when he went away with the militia, and has not been heard of since. The maternal grandparents of Mrs. Leach, viz., John and Nancy (Haggard) Hicks, were born in Tennessee, and in 1838 removed to Greene County, Mo., where they engaged in farming the remainder of their lives, and reared a family of thirteen children. Mrs. Leach has three brothers and two sisters. She was married November 22, 1860, to Mr. Nathan W. Leach, son of Richard and Eliza (Hewitt) Leach, of Washington County, Ark., of which Richard Leach was a pioneer settler. Mr. Nathan Leach was a farmer and merchant, and held the office of postmaster. His widow's present farm is located upon the mountain, and contains 180 acres, half being cleared and well cultivated, with a good orchard and nice buildings. Mr. Leach departed this life April 14, 1887, leaving a family of five children, all, with the exception of Mrs. Alice Garrison. still living with their mother. Mrs. Leach is an active member in the Methodist Church, to which her husband also belonged.

More About NATHAN W. LEACH:
Census: 180 farm in Washington County, AR
Occupation: Farmer and merchant; held office of postmaster
Religion: Methodist

More About NATHAN LEACH and NANCY BREEDLOVE:
Marriage: November 22, 1860, Washington County, Arkansas
       
Children of NANCY BREEDLOVE and NATHAN LEACH are:
       i.       WILLIAM H.9 LEACH, b. March 08, 1862, Muldrow, Indian Territory, Oklahoma; d. December 21, 1893, Muldrow, Indian Territory, Oklahoma.

More About WILLIAM H. LEACH:
Burial: Row #24-South, Muldrow Cemetery, Oklahoma

       ii.       HENRY LEACH, b. 1862, Crawford County, Arkansas.
28.       iii.       LEE FRANSISCO LEACH, b. May 03, 1865, Crawford County, Arkansas; d. Muldrow, Indian Territory, Oklahoma.
       iv.       ALICE LEACH, b. 1868, Crawford County, Arkansas; m. GARRISON.
29.       v.       TONEY GILBERT LEACH, b. 1875, Crawford County, Arkansas; d. October 09, 1911.
       vi.       IVA J. LEACH, b. 1879, Crawford County, Arkansas.


26. MIRA MAY8 BREEDLOVE (SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born 1844 in Greene County, Missouri, and died 1904 in Claremore, Rogers County, Oklahoma. She married (1) WILLIAM WARREN GAGE Abt. 1863 in ? Johnson County, Texas or Evansville/ Washington County, Arkansas, son of MATTHEW GAGE and KETTURAH DEAL. He was born 1837 in Tennessee, and died December 1864 in Wise, Jack County, Texas. She married (2) THOMAS P. SILKWOOD November 06, 1869 in Benton County, Arkansas, son of THOMAS SILKWOOD and SARAH REID. He was born January 1850 in Apple Creek, Greene County, Illinois, and died 1880 in Cooke County, Texas. She married (3) WILLIAM A. SANDERS Abt. 1881 in Nowata, Indian Territory. He was born 1855 in Tennessee, and died July 08, 1889 in Alhambra, California. She married (4) STEVENS Aft. 1886 in California. He was born Abt. 1845, and died in California.

Notes for MIRA MAY BREEDLOVE:
Mira Breedlove first married Gage who died around 1864.

Mira's second husband was Thomas P. Silkwood, whose family came to Arkansas after Kansas grasshopper infestation ate crops. They moved to Chickasaw Nation, then to Gainesville, Texas and had 2 sons: Thomas B. Silkwood and Arthur Diah Silkwood (born 10-12-1877). Thomas P. Silkwood died in Jack County, Texas.

Myra then married third time to William A. Sanders until his death. Then, her 4th husband was a Mr. Stevens, whom she later left.

From Letter to Richard W. Sanders, dated Feb 1997 from James W. Petty, Genealogist:
1880 Census of Cooke County, Texas:
Mirah Silkwood, age 35, widow, born in Missouri, parents from Tennessee. Record notes she was "paralized". Just under her was a listing for husband, Thomas Silkwood, age 32, born in Illinois. I line is drawn through his entry and in the margin of entry was written, HD, which supposedly was for "husband dead", thus she was a widow. Also in the home is listed four children, namely: William Gage, age 14, born in Arkansas. His father was born in Missouri as was his mother (according to this census). Next listed were Hattie Silkwood, age 4, born in Chickasaw Nation (Cooke County, Texas was right on northern border of this state, across the river from Chickasaw Nation); then Arthur Silkwood, age 4, and Thomas Silkwood, age 3 months, born March 1880. THese last two were born in Texas, with parents from Illinois and Missouri.




More About MIRA MAY BREEDLOVE:
Arrived in 1: 1838, Parents arrived to Greene County, Missouri from Tennessee
Arrived in 2: 1856, Johnson County, Texas, with family
Arrived in 3: 1860, Washington County, Arkansas (with parents and siblings from Texas)
Burial: 1904, Row #24-South, Muldrow Cemetery, Oklahoma
Cause of Death: read as "Alisa" ?
Census 1: 1850, Greene County, Missouri; age 6
Census 2: 1880, Cooke County, Texas for "Mirah Silkwood"
Fact #1 1: Is Mira short for Miranda or Elmira?
Fact #1 2: Tombstone listings: M.M. Sanders, wife of William A. Sanders, sister of John W. Breedlove
Fact #1 3: November 06, 1869, Marriage of "Myrah Gage to Thomas Silkwood" on Nov. 6, 1869" in Benton County, Arkansas (next to Washington County, Arkansas where Simpson Breedlove's family lived at end of Civil War, on border of Cherokee Nation
Tombstone Inscription: No dates; M. M. Breedlove, Wife of William A. Sanders and Sister of John W. Breedlove

Notes for WILLIAM WARREN GAGE:
According to Grace Gage, in letter by A. Floyd Silkwood to Maude May Gage on January 17, 1975, re. William Thomas Gage (their father) "Will told Grace that he was born in Texas and was about 6 months old when his father (a rebel soldier) was returning to duty and was surprised, shot, and killed when he was returning to duty.



More About WILLIAM WARREN GAGE:
Arrived to USA: born in USA
Cause of Death: Civil War; shot by Union Soldiers
Occupation: confederate soldier, Civil War
Race: Cherokee blood, possibly

More About WILLIAM GAGE and MIRA BREEDLOVE:
Marriage: Abt. 1863, ? Johnson County, Texas or Evansville/ Washington County, Arkansas

Notes for THOMAS P. SILKWOOD:
Thomas P. Silkwood's family came to Arkansas after grasshoppers ate the family crops in Kansas.

According to a letter from one of the Silkwoods, Silkwoods in West seem to all be related and roots trace back to 1795 from Kentucky.

Moved from Kansas (Fall of 1869) then to Chickasaw Nation, then to Gainesville, Texas, and then back to Jack Co., Texas. where Thomas P. Silkwood died.

Tom R. Silkwood went to California in 1910-1912, lived in Fresno area, and died before 1952. He had a large family who still live in that area.

Rode with his uncle John W. Breedlove and made at least one cattle trip to Mexico. He carried clean clothes to Henry Starr when the sheriffs were after him. He left Oklahoma for California on a horse that Starr had given him. He fought in the Spanish American War, and was in the Chinese Boxer Rebellion.

More About THOMAS P. SILKWOOD:
Census: 1880, Cooke County, Texas; listed as age 32 with line drawn through as "Husband Dead" under "Mirah Silkwood"

More About THOMAS SILKWOOD and MIRA BREEDLOVE:
Death of one spouse: Abt. 1881, Indian Territory
Marriage: November 06, 1869, Benton County, Arkansas

Notes for WILLIAM A. SANDERS:
William Sanders (or Saunders), was Myra's third husband. He was believed to have been part Cherokee.

A William A. Saunders is listed on the 1860 Tarrant County, Texas (near Wise) Hussars Mounted Infantry 10th Brigade (refer to web site: http://www.imagin.net/~tracers/tarrhussars.htm




More About WILLIAM A. SANDERS:
Burial: Row #24-South, Muldrow Cemetery, Oklahoma
Census: 1880, Cooke County, Texas; listed as next door neighbor to newly widowed Mirah Silkwood, and as boarder of Abe and Cassandra King with daughters Mary and Nora; listed as age 25
Race: Cherokee
Tombstone Inscription: W. A. Sanders; (can't read birth info); died 7-8-1889

More About WILLIAM SANDERS and MIRA BREEDLOVE:
Marriage: Abt. 1881, Nowata, Indian Territory

Marriage Notes for MIRA BREEDLOVE and STEVENS:
Myra "left" Mr. Stevens and she moved back to Oklahoma.


More About STEVENS and MIRA BREEDLOVE:
Marriage: Aft. 1886, California
Separation: Abt. 1890, California; Myra "left him" and returned to Oklahoma
       
Child of MIRA BREEDLOVE and WILLIAM GAGE is:
30.       i.       WILLIAM THOMAS9 GAGE, b. June 10, 1864, Denton County, Texas; d. December 27, 1918, Oakland, California.

       
Children of MIRA BREEDLOVE and THOMAS SILKWOOD are:
31.       ii.       AUTHOR DIRE "DIAH"9 SILKWOOD, b. October 12, 1877, Gainesville, Cooke County, Texas; d. April 01, 1953, Los Angeles, California.
32.       iii.       HATTIE MAY SILKWOOD, b. May 20, 1876, Chickasaw Nation, Cooke County, Texas (in northern border) Nowata, Indian Territory; d. February 21, 1905, Los Angeles, California.
       iv.       GEORGE S. SILKWOOD, b. Abt. 1877, Gainesville, Texas.

More About GEORGE S. SILKWOOD:
Fact #1: Half-brother to William Thomas Gage

33.       v.       THOMAS RILEY SILKWOOD, b. February 18, 1879, Gainesville, Cooke County, Texas; d. September 28, 1940, Fresno, California.

       
Child of MIRA BREEDLOVE and WILLIAM SANDERS is:
34.       vi.       WALTER A.9 SANDERS, b. July 15, 1884, Nowata, Indian Territory (20 miles east of Bartlesville, OK); d. January 29, 1925, Richmond, California.


27. JOHN WASHINGTON8 BREEDLOVE (SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born August 14, 1852 in Webster County, Missouri, and died May 18, 1904 in Fort Smith, Arkansas. He married CAROLINE "CARRIE" WALTON BRUTON September 10, 1875 in Cherokee Nation, Sequoya District, Indian Territory (OK), daughter of CASWELL BRUTON and JANE CHISHOLM. She was born February 05, 1858 in Clarksville, Arkansas, and died December 18, 1933 in Muldrow, Sequoya County, Oklahoma.

Notes for JOHN WASHINGTON BREEDLOVE:
Co-founder of Muldrow, Indian Territory. Listed on Cherokee rolls as an inter-married white.

From "History of Indian Territory", published in 1902, p. 711 (Oklahoma/ Breedlove):
"John W. Breedlove of Muldrow, Indian Territory, was born 14 August 1852 in Webster County, Missouri, son of Simpson and Sarah (Hicks) Breedlove.

John W. Breedlove received his education at Cane Hill College, at Cane Hill, Arkansas; coming from there to Indian Territory, he commenced teaching. In 1888 he opened up a store and remained for 11 years. In 1897, he began the building of telephone lines through Indian Territory. In 1896 became a member of the Lang Shee Company, a wholesale shoe house of Fort Smith, Arkansas.

In 1875, John married Carrie Bruton of Muldrow, daughter of Dr. C.W. and Jane C. (Chisholm) Bruton. Their twelve children are as follows:
James Willoughby Breedlove, Caswell Wright Breedlove, John Chisholm Breedlove, Wharton Hicks Breedlove, Napolean Breedlove, Otho Breedlove, Robert Bruton Breedlove, William Otway Breedlove, Cassie Breedlove, Walton David Breedlove, Willard Stapler Breedlove, and Charlee Winchester Breedlove.

The father of Mrs. Breedlove (Bruton) lived till 1890, his wife passed away one year before. He represented the people of the Sequoyah District of the Cherokee Nation in the National Council for 2 years."

Same article:
"James W. Breedlove, Lawyer at Tahlequah, Indian Territory, was born 6 November 1876 at Muldrow, son of John W. and Carrie W. (Bruton) Breedlove. Father born in Missouri and his mother, a Cherokee, was born in Indian Territory. In 1882, his father was owner of the stage line between Muskogee, Indian Territory and Fort Smith, Arkansas and was an adopted citizen of the Cherokee Nation and member of the National Council.

James W. Breedlove graduated from the Literary Dept. of Vanderbilt University, of Nashville, Tennessee, class of 1895 and from the Law Department of the same in 1897. He began his practice in Muskogee, Indian Territory. Since taking up residence at Tahlequah in 1899, he filled the office of assistant treasurer of the Cherokee Nation under the Chief.

James W. Breedlove has one sister and five brothers living, all younger than himself: Cassie, John, Wharton, David and Ottaway. The brother last mentioned is in business with his father, once a large tract of land in the Creek Nation. The mother of these children, daughter of Dr. C. W. Bruton, one of the first physicians in the Sequoyah District, a white man and native of Virginia. Dr. Bruton was educated in Lynchburg, Virginia and married Jane E. Chisholm, a quarter-blood Cherokee and sister of Narcissa Owen.

James W. Breedlove was married. 4 March 1891 to Miss Mary Beaty Eiffert of Fort Gibson, Indian Territory. Miss Eiffert was Cherokee by blood, educated at Tahlequah in the Cherokee Female College."

On 1880 Census of Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory:
"#213- John W. Breedlove, Adopted/White, 27M; Carrie W. Breedlove, Native/Cherokee, 23 F; Willoughby Breedlove, Native/Cherokee, 3 M; Casswell Breedlove, Native/Cherokee, 6 weeks, Male"


Rode with nephew, Thomas P. Silkwood and made at least one cattle trip to Mexico.

More About JOHN WASHINGTON BREEDLOVE:
Burial: Row-31-North, Muldrow Cemetery, Muldrow, Oklahoma
Census: 1880, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory #213; listed as "Adopted/White 27 M"
Education: Cane Hill College, Cane Hill, Arkansas
Occupation 1: Bef. 1888, Teacher
Occupation 2: Justice of the Peace;
Occupation 3: 1882, Owned Stage between Ft. Smith, AR and Muskogee, Indian Territory
Occupation 4: 1888, Owned Store for 11 years
Occupation 5: 1896, Lang Shoe Company; wholesale shoe house of Fort Smith, Arkansas
Occupation 6: 1897, Built telephone lines through Indian Territory
Tombstone Inscription: John W. Breedlove, 1852 - 1904

Notes for CAROLINE "CARRIE" WALTON BRUTON:
From Bill Breedlove on 10-25-99 to Adrienne Taylor:

"We have an original letter of Caroline Walton Bruton who wrote an input to Grant Foreman for his early OK history accounts".

More About CAROLINE "CARRIE" WALTON BRUTON:
#1: Was pupil of John Washington Breedlove
Burial: Row-31-North, Muldrow Cemetery, Muldrow, Oklahoma
Dawes Roll: # 4006
Medical Information: Used a cane; had one leg shorter than another--suffered a broken hip when very young, long before there was treatment for such injury.
Race: Cherokee List # 4006, Card#1471, Age 44, Blood 1/4
Tombstone Inscription: Carrie W. Breedlove, 1858-1933

More About JOHN BREEDLOVE and CAROLINE BRUTON:
Marriage: September 10, 1875, Cherokee Nation, Sequoya District, Indian Territory (OK)
       
Children of JOHN BREEDLOVE and CAROLINE BRUTON are:
35.       i.       JAMES WILLOUGHBY9 BREEDLOVE, b. November 06, 1876, Muldrow, Oklahoma (Indian Territory); d. 1927, Sallisaw, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.
       ii.       ROBERT BRUTON BREEDLOVE, b. March 27, 1878, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. September 22, 1879, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.

More About ROBERT BRUTON BREEDLOVE:
Burial: Row-32-North, Muldrow Cemetery, Muldrow, Oklahoma
Tombstone Inscription: Robert Bruton Breedlove, 3-27-1878; 9-22-1879

       iii.       CASWELL WRIGHT BREEDLOVE, b. January 30, 1880, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. December 15, 1880, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.

More About CASWELL WRIGHT BREEDLOVE:
Burial: Row-32-North, Muldrow Cemetery, Muldrow, Oklahoma
Tombstone Inscription: Caswell Wright Breedlove, 1-30-1880; 12-15-1880

36.       iv.       WILLIAM OTTWAY BREEDLOVE, b. October 26, 1881, Muldrow, Sequoia County, Oklahoma; d. May 03, 1954, Muldrow, Sequoia County, Oklahoma.
37.       v.       JOHN CHISHOLM BREEDLOVE, MD, b. December 30, 1883, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. April 14, 1933, Muldrow, Sequoia County, Oklahoma.
38.       vi.       CASSIE BREEDLOVE, b. 1886, Muldrow, Oklahoma (Indian Territory); d. 1934, Muldrow, Sequoia County, Oklahoma.
39.       vii.       WHARTON HICKS BREEDLOVE, b. August 01, 1888, Cherokee Nation, Sequoya District, Muldrow, Indian Territory; d. July 19, 1952, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.
       viii.       CECIL BREEDLOVE, b. 1889, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. 1932, Muldrow, Oklahoma.

More About CECIL BREEDLOVE:
Burial: Row-31-North, Muldrow Cemetery, Muldrow, Oklahoma
Fact #1: In family plot of John W. Breedlove family
Tombstone Inscription: Cecil Breedlove, 1889-1932

40.       ix.       WALTON DAVID BREEDLOVE, b. October 26, 1889, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. April 09, 1957.
       x.       NAPOLEAN BREEDLOVE, b. February 16, 1893, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. August 07, 1893, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.

More About NAPOLEAN BREEDLOVE:
Burial: Row-31-North, Muldrow Cemetery, Muldrow, Oklahoma
Tombstone Inscription: Napolean Breedlove, 2-16-1893; 8-7-1893

       xi.       WILLIARD STAPLES BREEDLOVE, b. October 16, 1894, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. January 20, 1896, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.

More About WILLIARD STAPLES BREEDLOVE:
Burial: Row-32-North, Muldrow Cemetery, Muldrow, Oklahoma
Tombstone Inscription: Willard Stapler Breedlove, son of J. W. & C. W. Breedlove; 10-16-1894; 1-20-1896

       xii.       OTHO BREEDLOVE, b. April 06, 1897, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. January 23, 1898, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.

More About OTHO BREEDLOVE:
Burial: Row-32-North, Muldrow Cemetery, Muldrow, Oklahoma
Tombstone Inscription: Son of J. W. & C. W. Breedlove; 4-6-1897 to 1-23-1898

41.       xiii.       CHARLES WINCHESTER BREEDLOVE, b. 1898, Muldrow, Indian Territory; d. April 26, 1934, Los Angeles, California.


Generation No. 9

28. LEE FRANSISCO9 LEACH (NANCY G.8 BREEDLOVE, SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born May 03, 1865 in Crawford County, Arkansas, and died in Muldrow, Indian Territory, Oklahoma. He married M. E.. She was born Abt. 1870, and died in Muldrow, Indian Territory, Oklahoma.
       
Child of LEE LEACH and M. E. is:
       i.       KATIE G.10 LEACH, b. October 01, 1889; d. April 12, 1891, Muldrow, Indian Territory, Oklahoma.

More About KATIE G. LEACH:
Burial: Row #24-South, Muldrow Cemetery, Oklahoma


29. TONEY GILBERT9 LEACH (NANCY G.8 BREEDLOVE, SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born 1875 in Crawford County, Arkansas, and died October 09, 1911. He married SARAH ISABELLE "BELLE" RIGSBY May 16, 1895 in Fort Smith, Arkansas. She was born Abt. 1878 in Arkansas, and died March 03, 1964 in Oklahoma.

Notes for SARAH ISABELLE "BELLE" RIGSBY:
Toney died Oct. 9, 1911 and "Belle" Leach supported the family running a boarding house near the train tracks in Sallisaw, OK

More About TONEY LEACH and SARAH RIGSBY:
Marriage: May 16, 1895, Fort Smith, Arkansas
       
Children of TONEY LEACH and SARAH RIGSBY are:
       i.       ONA FAYE10 LEACH, b. September 15, 1896.
       ii.       RAYMOND CISCOE LEACH, b. July 05, 1898.
       iii.       CARRIE LEACH, b. February 05, 1900.
       iv.       TONEY "LITTLE TONEY" LEACH, JR., b. April 30, 1902.
       v.       MAY MARIE LEACH, b. August 29, 1904.
       vi.       VERNA MARGARET LEACH, b. July 10, 1907; m. JAMES SAMUEL PATTERSON; b. Abt. 1905; d. 1991.
       vii.       CARNELL LEACH, b. March 25, 1909.


30. WILLIAM THOMAS9 GAGE (MIRA MAY8 BREEDLOVE, SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born June 10, 1864 in Denton County, Texas, and died December 27, 1918 in Oakland, California. He married (1) WIFE # 1 WHO DIED Abt. 1884. She was born Abt. 1866. He married (2) LUCINDA ELIZABETH "BETTIE" CHASTAIN June 11, 1891 in Muskogee, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, OK, daughter of WILLIAM CHASTAIN and BELINDA ORRICK. She was born June 06, 1874 in Van Buren, Arkansas, and died August 29, 1930 in Oakland, California.

Notes for WILLIAM THOMAS GAGE:

William Thomas Gage was a railroad conductor in Oakland, California when he died. Prior to that he was a cowboy. He lived in Muldrow Oklahoma (Cherokee Nation), Evansville, Arkansas and Colorado Springs, CO. According to letters from Floyd Silkwood and Grace Gage, William Thomas was 6 months old when his father was killed in Civil War, returning to duty as Confederate Soldier after a leave home.


Wise County, TX borders Jack Co. According to one e-mail source (Rickanna) there are a lot of Gages in Wise Co. The Wise County Newspaper can be reached at www.wcmessenger.com

Death Certificate states: In California for 14 years (since 1904) and also states widower at age 26, which differs from other information that lists his birth as 1864, married to Lucinda Chastain in 1891, at age 25. His 1st marriage ended in death of spouse. Had 3 daughters from 1st marriage- no information on their whereabouts.

From Hope Pees
Dawes Commission 1896 Index
Surname: GAGE
First Name: WILLIAM
Middle Name: T
Tribe: Cherokee
Case Number: 4414







More About WILLIAM THOMAS GAGE:
Arrived to USA: Born in USA
Burial: Cremated; Plot #176, Mt. View Cemetary, Oakland, CA
Cause of Death: Apoplexy, Stroke
Fact #1: Bet. 1899 - 1902, Left Oklahoma and arrivedin Colorado
Fact #2: 1904, Arrived to California
Lived in: Bet. 1904 - 1918, Lived in California according to Death Certificate
Medical Information: Robert says his father told him that he cut himself and got an infection.
Occupation 1: Texas Ranger; rancher and cowboy in Oklahoma, then railroad conductor
Occupation 2: Caretaker, S. Cheyenne Canyon, Pleasure Resort
Race: Possibly Cherokee blood

More About WILLIAM GAGE and WIFE DIED:
Marriage: Abt. 1884

Notes for LUCINDA ELIZABETH "BETTIE" CHASTAIN:
According to letter written by A. Floyd Silkwood to Maude May Gage dated June 17, 1974:
"Aunt Betty told me when I was a young boy, her mother and father were shot and killed by Civil War raiders when she was a little girl. Her mother sent her out to hide in the brush when she saw them coming." The "Civil War Raiders", a famous gang, raided their farm in Missouri and killed all the stock. Bettie hid and stayed in the brush near their home and saw the raiders shoot her parents and burn the entire place down, then threw their bodies in the fire. Then they drove off the stock.

Seventh child of William M. Chastain and Belinda Paralee Orrick as quoted in "Kith and Kin of Georgia Ridge-Crawford County Arkansas" on page 102.

More About LUCINDA ELIZABETH "BETTIE" CHASTAIN:
#1: Redhead
Arrived to USA: Born in USA
Burial: Cremated; Plot #176, Mt. View Cemetary, Oakland, CA
Cause of Death: Hit by a car

More About WILLIAM GAGE and LUCINDA CHASTAIN:
Death of one spouse: 1918, Oakland, California
Marriage: June 11, 1891, Muskogee, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, OK
       
Child of WILLIAM GAGE and WIFE DIED is:
       i.       3 CHILDREN10 GAGE, b. Bet. 1884 - 1891.

       
Children of WILLIAM GAGE and LUCINDA CHASTAIN are:
       ii.       JESSE WILLIAM10 GAGE, b. February 23, 1893, Muldrow, Indian Territory, Oklahoma; d. November 06, 1946, Mendocino, California; m. (1) NORA, Aft. 1920, California; b. Abt. 1895, California; d. California; m. (2) ANITA MCCARLEY, June 01, 1920; b. Abt. 1900, Muldrow, OK or Fort Smith, Arkansas; d. June 11, 1946.

Notes for JESSE WILLIAM GAGE:

Cremated and buried in Plot #176 Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, CA.

Jesse William Gage was born either February 23, 1893 or June 10, 1893. Also, may have died June 11, 1946 instead of November.

Had no known children in marriage with Anita McCarley or Nora

More About JESSE WILLIAM GAGE:
Arrived to USA: Born in USA
Burial: Cremated; Plot #176, Mt. View Cemetary, Oakland, CA
Medical Information: Gassed in WWI; had surgery after war and lost part of lung.

More About JESSE GAGE and NORA:
Marriage: Aft. 1920, California

More About JESSE GAGE and ANITA MCCARLEY:
Marriage: June 01, 1920

       iii.       WALTER WILBURN GAGE, b. July 07, 1895, Evansville, Arkansas; d. September 01, 1978, Eden Hospital, Alameda, Castro Valley, California; m. (1) SUSAN ANN ANTON, October 18, 1916, Oakland, California; b. December 03, 1892, Alameda, California; d. August 1976, Rouge River, Oregon; m. (2) BERTHA VIOLA DUKE, December 08, 1931, San Jose, California; b. December 20, 1906, San Francisco, California; d. May 05, 1977, San Leandro, California.

Notes for WALTER WILBURN GAGE:
Walter Wilburn Gage was a coffee salesman and then an electrician.

More About WALTER WILBURN GAGE:
Burial: Cremated; Chapel of the Chimes, Piedmont, CA
Cause of Death: Myocardial Infarction; Arteriosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease; Pneumonia
Fact #1: A great singer
Medical Information: Had Arteriosclerotic CV Disease for 30 yrs (since age 53); Had 1-2 strokes.
Occupation: Coffee salesman then electrician

Notes for SUSAN ANN ANTON:
Susan Anton divorced ("Separated") her husband due to Bertha Baines. Her son, Howard, had died right before. So she and her daughter, Rosemary, moved away.

More About SUSAN ANN ANTON:
Burial: Grants Pass, Oregon

More About WALTER GAGE and SUSAN ANTON:
Divorce: 1930
Marriage: October 18, 1916, Oakland, California

Notes for BERTHA VIOLA DUKE:
Also Birth date of December 20, 1908 and death as May 5, 1977

More About BERTHA VIOLA DUKE:
Burial: Cremated; Chapel of the Chimes, Piedmont, CA

More About WALTER GAGE and BERTHA DUKE:
Marriage: December 08, 1931, San Jose, California

       iv.       FLORENCE LUCINDA GAGE, b. January 05, 1897, Muldrow, Indian Territory, Oklahoma; d. December 29, 1897, Muldrow, Indian Territory, Oklahoma.
       v.       WILSON "BILL" OTWAY GAGE, b. November 11, 1899, Muldrow, Indian Territory, Oklahoma; d. October 11, 1971, Orange County, California; m. ALMA NINA SCHWALB, August 01, 1924, Orange County, California; b. February 12, 1904, Denver, Colorado; d. October 21, 1989, Miami, Florida.

Notes for WILSON "BILL" OTWAY GAGE:
Wilso Otway Gage was a jeweler.

According to his daughter, Nancy (in letter to Adrienne Taylor on March 4, 1998), "His birth certificate and grammar school letters refer to him as Otway Wilson Gage", but he was always called "Bill" during my lifetime and in the signed letters to my mother during WWII." Name is stated as Wilson Otway Gage on his marriage license to Alma Gage, as witness to Maude M. Riggs marriage to William Walker Taylor and also in family bible.



More About WILSON "BILL" OTWAY GAGE:
Arrived to USA: Born in USA
Burial: Fairhaven Memorial Park, Santa Anna, CA
Cause of Death: Stroke, in the evening (in family bible)
Occupation: Jeweler
Summer Place: Lake County, Northern California

Notes for ALMA NINA SCHWALB:
A good friend of Nana's while she lived in California, before moving to New York City.


More About ALMA NINA SCHWALB:
Arrived to USA: Born in USA
Occupation: Later in life worked with daugher Nan's and son-in-law's ministry
Religion: Jewish

Marriage Notes for WILSON GAGE and ALMA SCHWALB:
According to Nan Gage McCloud (9/1999):
"My mother and dad met in San Francisco. Mother's birth date was 2/12/190? Dad's birth date was 11/19/? His correct name was Otway Wilson Gage. Mother's family came from Austria/Hungary Her maiden name was Alma Nina Schwalb"


More About WILSON GAGE and ALMA SCHWALB:
Marriage: August 01, 1924, Orange County, California

       vi.       GRACE N. GAGE, b. December 01, 1902, Colorado Springs, Colorado; d. January 23, 1975, Sunnyvale, California; m. (1) WALTER BAKER, July 26, 1922, Oakland, California; b. Abt. 1900; d. Oakland, California; m. (2) GEORGE "SCOTTY" CAMPBELL, September 1934, Oakland, California; b. Abt. 1900, Scotland; d. 1959.

Notes for GRACE N. GAGE:
Grace had been married twice. First daughter, June and was about Dad's age.
Grace remarried to George and had a second daughter Judy.

More About GRACE N. GAGE:
Burial: Cremated; ashes scattered
Cause of Death: Pneumonia, a complication of Addisons disease
Education: Oakland Grade School and High School
Interests: Sewing, crocheting, reading
Medical Information: Uremia. Had Addison's disease and was steroid dependent. History of Myocardial infarction, atherosclerotic heart disease. Adrenal insufficiency.
Religion: Episcopalian

Notes for WALTER BAKER:
George was a butcher.

More About WALTER BAKER:
Medical Information: Alcoholic
Occupation: Talented Musician; could play many instruments

More About WALTER BAKER and GRACE GAGE:
Marriage: July 26, 1922, Oakland, California

More About GEORGE "SCOTTY" CAMPBELL:
Fact #1: Born and raised in Scotland

More About GEORGE CAMPBELL and GRACE GAGE:
Marriage: September 1934, Oakland, California

       vii.       MAUDE MAY GAGE, b. June 07, 1905, Los Angeles, California; d. January 10, 1991, Lake Worth, Florida; m. (1) ERNEST ROCKEFELLOW RIGGS, September 11, 1921, Oakland, California; b. May 28, 1901, Bridgeport, Fairfield County, Connecticut; d. January 01, 1930, San Francisco, California; m. (2) WILLIAM WALKER TAYLOR, September 12, 1930, Christ Episcopal Church, Alameda, California; b. February 16, 1901, Alameda, California; d. December 09, 1940, Kentfield, Marin County, California; m. (3) WILLIAM BLODGETT LINDHOLM, June 25, 1955, New York, New York; b. April 08, 1905, Meridian, Massachusetts; d. March 07, 1964, Doctors Hospital, East End Avenue, New York, New York.

Notes for MAUDE MAY GAGE:
Maude May Gage Riggs Taylor Lindholm "Nana" is buried at Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, DC, Section 41, Grave 788

Met William B. Lindholm while taking a cruise to Bermuda in August 1954 after the loss of her friend from Chicago, who died suddenly of a heart attack in August 1954.

Nana's passports have the following notes:
June 28, 1955        American Embassy, Paris "Amended to read in bearer married name: Maude Taylor Lindholm"
August 1955       Napoli, Italy

December 28, 1959        Barbados

July 1, 1970       China
July 2, 1970       Japan
July 2, 1970       Nepal
July 6, 1970       India

August 9, 1970       Port Haneda
August 16, 1970       Taipei
August 16, 1970       Port Itami
August 21, 1970       Macau
August 23, 1970        Hong Kong

September 2, 1970        Cairo
September 4, 1970        Aepaimhn (?Greece)
September 7, 1970        Bangkok
September 17, 1970 Hong Kong

August 5, 1971       Romania
August 19, 1971       Czechoslovakia

March 15, 1972       Magyar Belgrade

October 30, 1982         Portugal
October 31, 1982         Hong Kong
November 21, 1982 Hong Kong


More About MAUDE MAY GAGE:
#1: Light Brown hair, gray eyes (as per passport)
Arrived to USA: Born in USA
Burial: Cremated; Grave 788, Section 41, Arlington National Cemetary, Arlington, VA
Cause of Death: Congestive Heart Failure; Hypoxia; Coronary Artery Disease
Funeral: January 14, 1991, 9:00am, Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA
Grade School: Oakland Grade School
Interests: travel; crocheting; golf; fine things
Medical Information: Brown hair and grey eyes, as per passport.Hit by a car as small child, injuring back and hip.. they never thought she'd walk again or have a baby---she proved them wrong!
Occupation: Vice President, Transportation Association of America
Pets: dog- Harmful
Religion: Presybeterian
Summer Place: Glen Ellen, near Sonoma, California

Notes for ERNEST ROCKEFELLOW RIGGS:
1917 (age 17): Was in Donner and Truckee area. Had cousin or aunt (?) Flory (whose husband's name was Bob)

1918: worked in construction and logging

Around 1919, worked in Oklahoma State Penitentury in McAlister, Oklahoma

Lived in Sweetwater, Texas

Ernest Riggs, Maude May Riggs and William "Billy" Ernest Riggs lived with RoseMarie Gage for a few years to pay off loan; Billy was about 7 years old--Howard Gage, his cousin, was just 2 weeks younger. The Riggs family then moved to San Francisco in Fall 1930. Ernie died that December 1930.

In old note from Maude May Gage Riggs Taylor Lindholm to Jacqueline Goff, Nana notes that "Her mother, father, brother and husband Ernie Riggs are all resting at Mt. View Cemetery".



More About ERNEST ROCKEFELLOW RIGGS:
Arrived to USA: Born in USA
Burial: January 03, 1930, California Crematory; buried Chapel of the Chimes, Piedmont, CA; Chapel: Peace, Tier N-6, No. 2
Occupation: September 1921, Clerk

Marriage Notes for MAUDE GAGE and ERNEST RIGGS:
Wedding: September 11, 1921 in Oakland, California
Bridesmaid: Grace Gage
Best man: Edward Riggs
Flower Girl: Rosemarie Gage
Guests:
Miss Anton; Mrs. Feney; Mrs. Nelson; Grace Gage; Mrs. G___; Mrs. Riggs; Miss Becker; Miss Griffin; Mrs. Gage; Rosemarie Gage;
(not listed : Fred Couley, Nana's Step-dad)

Mr. Nelson; Mr. Burge; Mr. Fuller; Mr. Vergez; Mr. McKenna; Mr. Raymond Riggs; Mr. Silkwood; Mr. Ed Riggs; Mr. Griffin;

Marriage license of the County of Alameda in California states that witnesses to the wedding were:
Edward William Riggs, a resident of Alameda, and W.W. Gage, a resident of Alameda.

Also states that Ernest R. Riggs was a native of Connecticut and now, age 21, a resident of Alameda.

More About ERNEST RIGGS and MAUDE GAGE:
Death of one spouse: 1926, California
Marriage: September 11, 1921, Oakland, California

Notes for WILLIAM WALKER TAYLOR:
William Walker Taylor was a friend of Maude and Ernie Riggs. He worked as a canned fish salesman for IGA (?) ? Independent Grocer Association.

Died of tuberculosis. His cremated remains are with the other Walker family members at Evergreen Cemetery Association, 64 Camden Street, Oakland, CA. including (as listed on card from Evergreen Cemetery Assoc.: 1) William J. Walker; 2) Mary Anne Walker; 3) John H. Walker (ashes); 4) William H. Walker; 5) Laura Q. Walker; 6) William Walker Taylor


More About WILLIAM WALKER TAYLOR:
#1: Died in Ross General Hospital; Length of Stay was 6 months, 2 weeks
Arrived to USA: Born in USA
Burial: Cremated; Evergreen Cemetary Association, 64 Camden St. Oakland, CA
Cause of Death: Pulmonary Tuberculosis (for 10 years)
Cemetery: West Grave; Lot 897; Section A in Evergreen Cemetery / cremated
Medical Information: Died in Ross General Hospital, Kentfield, Marin County, California; was in hospital for 6 months and 2 weeks.
Occupation: Fish salesman (where he met Ernest & Maude May Riggs); then worked for Independent Grocers Alliance as broker
Social Security Number: 545-09-7830

More About WILLIAM TAYLOR and MAUDE GAGE:
Death of one spouse: 1940, Oakland, California
Marriage: September 12, 1930, Christ Episcopal Church, Alameda, California
Witnesses: Wilson Otway and Alma Gage

Notes for WILLIAM BLODGETT LINDHOLM:
William Lindholm served as a Corporal in the Army during World War II. He was discharged from Fort Hood, Texas in May 1943 at the age of 37.
Attended Tank Destroyer Officer Candidate School.
Occupation: salesman and aircraft mechanic in assembly and repair department for the US Navy Department, Quonset Point, Rhode Island (at a minimum pay of $11.25 per day). He left in 1946 due to work force reduction.

He then worked for an airplane parts manufacturing company as a salesman in Hartford, Connecticut when he met Maude May.

After the suicide of his first wife, Sybil, he took a Bermuda cruise and met Maude May, who was taking same cruise with colleague from work (Transportation Association of America).

Funeral Services at Walter Cooke Funeral Home; Cremated at Garden State Cemetery, NJ; Buried at Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, DC.

More About WILLIAM BLODGETT LINDHOLM:
#1: Honorable Discharge from Army, May 1, 1943
Arrived to USA: Born in USA
Burial: Cremated at Garden State Cemetary; Interred at Arlington National Cemetary, Grave 788, Section 41
Cause of Death: Lung Cancer ?
College: Tank Destroyer Officer Candidate School after discharge from army in Fort Hood
Medical Information: brown eyes and brown hair (according to Army Records)
Occupation: Corporal in Army during WWII; aircraft mechanic; then salesman for airplane part
Social Security Number: 545-14-6914

Marriage Notes for MAUDE GAGE and WILLIAM LINDHOLM:
Maude Gage and William B. Lindholm were married at the Church of the Transfiguration, 1 East 29th Street, NYC (AKA "Little Church around the Corner").

Adrienne Taylor has a copy of "The Marriage Service" between Maude May Gage Riggs Taylor and William Blodgett Lindholm signed and dated June 25, 1955. "Bridal Party" lists Edward A. Lindholm, perhaps brother to William B.





More About WILLIAM LINDHOLM and MAUDE GAGE:
Death of one spouse: 1964, New York, New York
Marriage: June 25, 1955, New York, New York


31. AUTHOR DIRE "DIAH"9 SILKWOOD (MIRA MAY8 BREEDLOVE, SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born October 12, 1877 in Gainesville, Cooke County, Texas, and died April 01, 1953 in Los Angeles, California. He married JENNIE JERUAH "RUAH" MURPHY November 17, 1901 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, daughter of FRANKLIN MURPHY and PHOEBE HILDERBRAND. She was born July 01, 1882 in Etna Township, Kosciusko , Indiana, and died August 09, 1957 in Los Angeles, California.

Notes for AUTHOR DIRE "DIAH" SILKWOOD:
According to A.F. Silkwood, his father, Author Dire Silkwood had large family, some died in infancy.

Mira remarried Saunders after Silkwood died. According to A.F. Silkwood, his dad, Author Dire Silkwood, didn't get along with Saunders and therefore, left home at a young age.

Spanish War Boxer Rebellion 1900-1901 records states Author born October 12, 1875, in Gainesville, TX. Iona, his daughter, says 1877.

Named after Obediah "Diah" Silkwood, his uncle who was killed by bucking horse in 1879.



More About AUTHOR DIRE "DIAH" SILKWOOD:
Fact #1: Half-brother to William Thomas Gage
Occupation: Army; later an Electrician at the Shipyard in Fresno, CA

More About AUTHOR SILKWOOD and JENNIE MURPHY:
Marriage: November 17, 1901, Colorado Springs, Colorado
       
Children of AUTHOR SILKWOOD and JENNIE MURPHY are:
       i.       EARL THOMAS LEROY10 SILKWOOD, b. 1903, Colorado.
       ii.       ARTHUR FLOYD SILKWOOD, b. February 03, 1904, Washington; d. May 04, 1977, Shasta, California; m. FLORENCE, Abt. 1923, California; b. Abt. 1907; d. June 08, 1960, Redding, California.

Notes for ARTHUR FLOYD SILKWOOD:
Arthur Silkwood ran away from home at age 12 because he couldn't get along with his step-father, Saunders. His sister, Iona, also agreed.

More About ARTHUR FLOYD SILKWOOD:
Cause of Death: Cancer
Occupation: Raised ("gray ghosts") Weimoranmer dogs for 20 years

More About ARTHUR SILKWOOD and FLORENCE:
Marriage: Abt. 1923, California

       iii.       VIOLA ELIZABETH JUNE SILKWOOD, b. 1908, California; m. VICTOR KOKOTEK; b. Abt. 1905.
       iv.       THELMA IODONIA SILKWOOD, b. 1910, Colorado; m. FRED DOMKE; b. Abt. 1905, California.

Notes for THELMA IODONIA SILKWOOD:
According to letter written by A. Floyd Silkwood to Maude May Gage in 1974, Iona is in Camarrillo, California, has a fine son (19 years old then) and "very smart with A's. Has own orchestra.

       v.       JESSIE "IONA" SILKWOOD, b. 1913, California; d. Aft. 1977; m. TERRY HAFFORD; b. Abt. 1907.
       vi.       ERNEST CLIFFORD "CLIFF" SILKWOOD, b. 1917, California; m. ROBERTA, Abt. 1934, California; b. Abt. 1910; d. Abt. 1971, Palm Springs, California.

More About ERNEST CLIFFORD "CLIFF" SILKWOOD:
Occupation: Master Electrician; in business with 2 sons

More About ERNEST SILKWOOD and ROBERTA:
Marriage: Abt. 1934, California


32. HATTIE MAY9 SILKWOOD (MIRA MAY8 BREEDLOVE, SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born May 20, 1876 in Chickasaw Nation, Cooke County, Texas (in northern border) Nowata, Indian Territory, and died February 21, 1905 in Los Angeles, California. She met (1) THOMAS HANES December 25, 1891 in Coffeyville, Kansas. He was born Abt. 1870. She married (2) TIM LINDER October 30, 1904 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Notes for HATTIE MAY SILKWOOD:
According to notes from Rosemarie Gage, daughter of Walter Gage, Hattie May was only daughter of Thomas P. Silkwood and Mira Hicks Breedlove. She was not daughter of Saunders, as many thought.

According to A. Floyd Silkwood's letter to Maude May Gage dated June 17, 1974, Hattie married a Hanes and may have divorced him. She came to Colorado Springs, Colorado, the same time that Elizabeth "Bettie" Chastain Gage and William "Bill" Gage came there in 1901. In 1904, she married Tom Linder and she died early in 1905. Signed her name on that marriage license as "Hattie May Silkwood". When asked if married before, she stated "NO", though has daughter, Maude May, approximately 11 years old.


Hattie May's death certificate states died February 21, 1905, at age 29, born in Indian Territory May 20, 1876 and signed by Tom Linders (as per A. Floyd Silkwood).




More About HATTIE MAY SILKWOOD:
Fact #1: Half-brother to William Thomas Gage
Religion: Baptist

More About THOMAS HANES and HATTIE SILKWOOD:
Friends: December 25, 1891, Coffeyville, Kansas

Marriage Notes for HATTIE SILKWOOD and TIM LINDER:
Marriage license and birth certificate held by Iona Silkwood.


More About TIM LINDER and HATTIE SILKWOOD:
Marriage: October 30, 1904, Colorado Springs, Colorado
       
Children of HATTIE SILKWOOD and THOMAS HANES are:
       i.       MAUDE MAY "MATTIE"10 HANES, b. March 11, 1892, Coffeyville, Kansas; d. June 27, 1960, Los Angeles, California; m. GEORGE ROBERT LOUD, July 15, 1911, Colorado Springs, Colorado; b. August 29, 1885, Colorado; d. September 16, 1960, Los Angeles, Bellflower, California.

More About GEORGE LOUD and MAUDE HANES:
Marriage: July 15, 1911, Colorado Springs, Colorado

       ii.       SON HANES.


33. THOMAS RILEY9 SILKWOOD (MIRA MAY8 BREEDLOVE, SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born February 18, 1879 in Gainesville, Cooke County, Texas, and died September 28, 1940 in Fresno, California. He married MYRTLE WILMA COMPTON June 30, 1898 in Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Arkansas, daughter of COMPTON and MARTHA TROTTER. She was born March 15, 1876 in Fort Smith, Arkansas, and died March 05, 1951 in Fresno, California.

Notes for THOMAS RILEY SILKWOOD:
According to letter by A.F. Silkwood, Thomas had a very large family.

More About THOMAS RILEY SILKWOOD:
Cause of Death: cancer
Census 1: 1910, Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Arkansas
Census 2: 1920, Fresno, California
Fact #1: Half-brother to William Thomas Gage

More About THOMAS SILKWOOD and MYRTLE COMPTON:
Marriage: June 30, 1898, Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Arkansas
       
Children of THOMAS SILKWOOD and MYRTLE COMPTON are:
       i.       BESSIE BEAULAH10 TANKARD, b. January 1896, Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Arkansas; d. September 16, 1964; Stepchild; m. CLAUDE FRANCIS VANCLEAVE, May 09, 1916, Reno, Nevada; b. Abt. 1895.

More About CLAUDE VANCLEAVE and BESSIE TANKARD:
Marriage: May 09, 1916, Reno, Nevada

       ii.       MARY "RUBY" SILKWOOD, b. July 11, 1899, Muldrow, Oklahoma; d. Abt. 1927; m. HENRY HENDERSON; b. Abt. 1897.
       iii.       FAY CLYDE SILKWOOD, b. September 16, 1901, Muldrow, Oklahoma; d. August 1987; m. (1) MARSHALL; m. (2) HUBERT MCCARLEY, Abt. 1920; b. Abt. 1898, Muldrow, Oklahoma or Fort Smith, Arkansas.

More About HUBERT MCCARLEY and FAY SILKWOOD:
Marriage: Abt. 1920

       iv.       WILLARD SILKWOOD, b. December 30, 1904, Muldrow, Oklahoma; d. April 1905, Muldrow, Oklahoma.
       v.       WILSON OTHO SILKWOOD, b. July 25, 1906, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; d. February 02, 1968, Fresno, California; m. GLADYS MCCARLEY, Abt. 1928; b. Abt. 1908, Muldrow, OK or Fort Smith, Arkansas.

More About WILSON SILKWOOD and GLADYS MCCARLEY:
Marriage: Abt. 1928

       vi.       RALPH JACK SILKWOOD, b. October 17, 1909, Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Arkansas; d. May 14, 1964, Fresno, California; m. THELMA VANDALENA DOSS, May 06, 1927, Fresno, California; b. Abt. 1910; d. Fresno, California.

More About RALPH SILKWOOD and THELMA DOSS:
Marriage: May 06, 1927, Fresno, California

       vii.       THOMAS RILEY SILKWOOD, b. September 25, 1912, Sacramento, California; d. July 13, 1965, Merced, California; m. ALMA FULMER; b. Abt. 1915.
       viii.       JUNE SILKWOOD, b. June 12, 1915, Folsom, California; d. May 01, 1992, Fresno, California; m. FRITS SCHEIDEMANTEL.


34. WALTER A.9 SANDERS (MIRA MAY8 BREEDLOVE, SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born July 15, 1884 in Nowata, Indian Territory (20 miles east of Bartlesville, OK), and died January 29, 1925 in Richmond, California. He married (1) BERTHA HANEY. She was born Abt. 1890, and died in Richmond, California. He married (2) NORA "MAUDE" JONES February 21, 1906 in Denver, Cherry Creek, Colorado, daughter of ALTHEA. She was born March 19, 1883 in Kearny, Buffalo County, Nebraska, and died February 22, 1969 in Alhambra, California.

Notes for WALTER A. SANDERS:
According to Richard Sanders' notes re. Walter A. Sanders:

"He abandoned his family living in Cherry Creek area of Denver, Colorado around 1912. Two children, Marion Leonard Sanders (male) and Genevieve Sanders, approximately ages 5 and 4, were put in orphan's home for a year while Nora (called Maude) went to Southern California where she had relatives. She worked sewing garments. After about one year, the children joined her in Alhambra, California. Maude remarried to Albert Laws who worked for the Southern Pacific Railroad.

Walter was in the Army during World War I. Richard Sanders has copy of a postcard that Walter sent to his girlfriend, or second wife, Bertha Haney, from France. It is not dated. He missed her. Richard also has copies of three letters from Carrie Breedlove to Genevieve and Maude. Carrie raised Walter when his mother, Mira, and father pre-deceased, died. She states Walter was looking for his family. He wanted to help children with higher education. Carrie said "He was always kind and dutiful son to me and I loved him almost like my own". Carrie said "I raised him from a little boy, but just about the time he left he had reached what he thought to be a man". She also said that it was the mother-in-law (Althea) that broke up the marriage.

After getting out of the army, Walter lived with Bertha in Richmond, CA. He worked in a small garage as an auto mechanic. Somewhere there is a letter from Bertha to Richard's father, Marion L. Sanders, after Walter's death, saying he was a good man. Richard's father, Marion Sanders, was deeply hurt that he lost his father. He thinks as a boy he saw his dad about a half block away watching him. Walter, in fact, never paid one penny to help raise the children."

More About WALTER A. SANDERS:
Fact #1: Half-brother to William Thomas Gage
Race: Cherokee

More About NORA "MAUDE" JONES:
Burial: Whittier, California
Cause of Death: Cancer

More About WALTER SANDERS and NORA JONES:
Divorce: 1911
Marriage: February 21, 1906, Denver, Cherry Creek, Colorado
       
Children of WALTER SANDERS and NORA JONES are:
       i.       MARION LEONARD10 SANDERS, b. March 19, 1907, Denver, Colorado; d. December 24, 1973, San Mateo, California; m. LEONA MARGARET WILKINS, January 15, 1933, Alhambra, California; b. Abt. 1908, ? Colorado; d. California.

More About MARION LEONARD SANDERS:
Cause of Death: Stomach & Colon Cancer

More About MARION SANDERS and LEONA WILKINS:
Marriage: January 15, 1933, Alhambra, California

       ii.       GENEVIEVE SANDERS, b. September 29, 1908, Denver, Colorado; d. Abt. 1970, Alhambra, California; m. PAUL TERRANCE FLETCHER, Abt. 1928, California; b. Abt. 1905; d. Abt. July 1999, Alhambra, California.

More About GENEVIEVE SANDERS:
Cause of Death: Ovarian Cancer

More About PAUL FLETCHER and GENEVIEVE SANDERS:
Marriage: Abt. 1928, California


35. JAMES WILLOUGHBY9 BREEDLOVE (JOHN WASHINGTON8, SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born November 06, 1876 in Muldrow, Oklahoma (Indian Territory), and died 1927 in Sallisaw, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory. He married MARY BEATY "ROVER" EIFFORT March 04, 1891 in Fort Smith, Arkansas, daughter of HENRY EIFFORT and SUSAN. She was born February 08, 1882 in Fort Gibson, Vinita, Oklahoma, and died May 26, 1974 in Muskogee, Oklahoma.

Notes for JAMES WILLOUGHBY BREEDLOVE:
1895 Graduated from Vanderbilt University's Literary Dept.
1897 Graduated from Vanderbilt University's Law Dept.
1987 Began Law practice in Muskogee, Indian Territory.
1899, Resident of Tahlequah; filled office of Assistant Treasurer of the Cherokee Nation under the Chief.

James W. Breedlove, Lawyer at Tahlequah, Indian Territory, was born 6 November 1876 at Muldrow, son of John W. and Carrie W. (Bruton) Breedlove. Father born in Missouri and his mother, a Cherokee, was born in Indian Territory. In 1882, his father was owner of the stage line between Muskogee, Indian Territory and Fort Smith, Arkansas and was an adopted citizen of the Cherokee Nation and member of the National Council.

James W. Breedlove graduated from the Literary Dept. of Vanderbilt University, of Nashville, Tennessee, class of 1895 and from the Law Department of the same in 1897. He began his practice in Muskogee, Indian Territory. Since taking up residence at Tahlequah in 1899, he filled the office of assistant treasurer of the Cherokee Nation under the Chief.

James W. Breedlove has one sister and five brothers living, all younger than himself: Cassie, John, Wharton, David and Ottaway. The brother last mentioned is in business with his father, once a large tract of land in the Creek Nation. The mother of these children, daughter of Dr. C. W. Bruton, one of the first physicians in the Sequoyah District, a white man and native of Virginia. Dr. Bruton was educated in Lynchburg, Virginia and married Jane E. Chisholm, a quarter-blood Cherokee and sister of Narcissa Owen.

James W. Breedlove was married 4 March 1891 to Miss Mary Beaty Eiffert of Fort Gibson, Indian Territory. Miss Eiffert was Cherokee by blood, educated at Tahlequah in the Cherokee Female College."

Rode with nephew (?brother-in-law), Thomas P. Silkwood and made at least one cattle trip to Mexico.

More About JAMES WILLOUGHBY BREEDLOVE:
Arrived to USA: Born in USA
College: Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee (literary dept) and Law Dept in 1897
Fact #1: Councelor from Sequoyah Distrct
Occupation: lawyer at Tahlequah, Indian Territory

More About MARY BEATY "ROVER" EIFFORT:
College: Cherokee Female College, Tahlequah, Indian Territory
Dawes Roll: Cherokee List # 5998
Race: Cherokee

More About JAMES BREEDLOVE and MARY EIFFORT:
Marriage: March 04, 1891, Fort Smith, Arkansas
       
Children of JAMES BREEDLOVE and MARY EIFFORT are:
       i.       WALTON WILLOUGHBY10 BREEDLOVE, b. May 17, 1902, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. November 11, 1963, Sallisaw, Oklahoma; m. LENA LOU CHEEK, May 06, 1923, Sallisaw, Oklahoma; b. May 25, 1903, Sallisaw, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. September 03, 1973, Sallisaw, Oklahoma.

Notes for WALTON WILLOUGHBY BREEDLOVE:
NARA (National Archives) website last night and look what I found:

The Final Rolls of Citizens and Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory (NWCTB-75-FCT-ROLL)

page 243:

619. Breedlove, Walter W. Age 41, Male, Blood: 1/16th Cherokee, Census Card No. 191
620. Breedlove, Priscilla Age 35, Female, Blood: 1/4th Cherokee, Census Card No. 191



More About WALTON WILLOUGHBY BREEDLOVE:
Dawes Roll: # 6001
Race: 1/16 Cherokee

More About WALTON BREEDLOVE and LENA CHEEK:
Marriage: May 06, 1923, Sallisaw, Oklahoma

       ii.       JACK THOMPSON BREEDLOVE, b. February 1904, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. January 1987, Muskogee, Oklahoma; m. MARIA (DORIS) AUMANN, 1946, Germany; b. Abt. 1906.

More About JACK BREEDLOVE and MARIA AUMANN:
Marriage: 1946, Germany

       iii.       WILLIAM CURTIS BREEDLOVE, b. February 1906, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. June 04, 1991, Sallisaw, Oklahoma; m. MAXINE FRANCIS; b. Abt. 1908.


36. WILLIAM OTTWAY9 BREEDLOVE (JOHN WASHINGTON8, SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born October 26, 1881 in Muldrow, Sequoia County, Oklahoma, and died May 03, 1954 in Muldrow, Sequoia County, Oklahoma. He married (1) CECIL WATTS Bef. 1905. She was born March 12, 1889 in Muldrow, Oklahoma (Indian Territory), and died September 27, 1932 in Fort Smith, Arkansas. He married (2) INEZ ALLEN August 26, 1933. She was born October 13, 1910 in Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, and died October 10, 1994 in Bakersfield, California.

More About WILLIAM OTTWAY BREEDLOVE:
Burial: Row-31-North, Muldrow Cemetery, Muldrow, Oklahoma
Dawes Roll: 1901, Roll # 4007, card #1471, age 20
Race: Cherokee- 1/8th
Tombstone Inscription: Wm. Ottway Breedlove, 1881 - 1954

More About CECIL WATTS:
Cause of Death: Influenza, complicated by pneumonia
Education: 1916, Teacher's certificate
Occupation: Teacher in Muse, Oklahoma;

More About WILLIAM BREEDLOVE and CECIL WATTS:
Marriage: Bef. 1905

More About INEZ ALLEN:
Cause of Death: cardiac arrest
Medical Information: Had broken arms, legs, wrists and hips from osteoporosis.

More About WILLIAM BREEDLOVE and INEZ ALLEN:
Marriage: August 26, 1933
       
Children of WILLIAM BREEDLOVE and CECIL WATTS are:
       i.       BESSIE EBERLY10 BREEDLOVE, b. August 29, 1905, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. February 27, 1965, Tulsa, Oklahoma; m. TALBERT BEAUREGARD WESTMORELAND, JR., Abt. 1934; b. September 27, 1904, Clarksville, Arkansas; d. January 23, 1964, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

More About BESSIE EBERLY BREEDLOVE:
Burial: Muldrow, Oklahoma
Cause of Death: Suicide- depressed after husband's death one year prior

More About TALBERT BEAUREGARD WESTMORELAND, JR.:
Burial: Muldrow, Oklahoma
Occupation: Lawyer

More About TALBERT WESTMORELAND and BESSIE BREEDLOVE:
Marriage: Abt. 1934

       ii.       WILLIAM OTWAY BREEDLOVE II, b. August 29, 1911, Muldrow, Oklahoma; d. December 16, 1994, Brownwood, Brown County, Texas; m. (1) HARRIET ELIZABETH BAINES, December 27, 1932, Hennessey, Oklahoma; b. November 03, 1911, Hennessey, Oklahoma; d. April 15, 1979, Brownwood, Texas; m. (2) EVELYN BOLER, July 1982, Brownwood, Brown County, Texas; b. February 02, 1917.

More About WILLIAM OTWAY BREEDLOVE II:
Burial: December 19, 1994, East Lawn Cemetery, Brownwood, Texas
Cause of Death: Parkinson's Disease

More About WILLIAM BREEDLOVE and HARRIET BAINES:
Marriage: December 27, 1932, Hennessey, Oklahoma

More About WILLIAM BREEDLOVE and EVELYN BOLER:
Marriage: July 1982, Brownwood, Brown County, Texas


37. JOHN CHISHOLM9 BREEDLOVE, MD (JOHN WASHINGTON8, SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born December 30, 1883 in Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, and died April 14, 1933 in Muldrow, Sequoia County, Oklahoma. He married ALLIE RHEA GARRETT June 02, 1909 in Muldrow, Indian Territory. She was born March 03, 1885 in Stillwell, Indian Territory, and died May 23, 1931 in Dierks, Arkansas.

More About JOHN CHISHOLM BREEDLOVE, MD:
Burial: Row-31-North, Muldrow Cemetery, Muldrow, Oklahoma
Dawes Roll: 1901, Dawes Roll #4008, Card # 1471, age 18
Education: June 09, 1903, Cherokee National Seminary graduated
Race: Cherokee- 1/8th
Tombstone Inscription: John C. (Dr.) Breedlove, 12-30-1883; 4-14-1933

More About ALLIE RHEA GARRETT:
Burial: Row-31-North, Muldrow Cemetery, Muldrow, Oklahoma
Occupation: 1932, Company physician at Dierks, AR
Tombstone Inscription: Allie Garrett Breedlove, 3-3-1885; 5-31-1931

More About JOHN BREEDLOVE and ALLIE GARRETT:
Marriage: June 02, 1909, Muldrow, Indian Territory
       
Children of JOHN BREEDLOVE and ALLIE GARRETT are:
       i.       JOHN CHISHOLM10 BREEDLOVE II, b. July 03, 1911, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. January 15, 1973, Palo Alto, California; m. EMILY KATHRYN CHARLTON, Abt. 1936; b. May 07, 1910, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; d. April 11, 1985, Menlo Park, California.

More About JOHN CHISHOLM BREEDLOVE II:
Cause of Death: Aneurism
Education: Oklahoma University
Military service: Field artillary, WWII

More About JOHN BREEDLOVE and EMILY CHARLTON:
Marriage: Abt. 1936

       ii.       THOMAS BLAIR BREEDLOVE, b. March 04, 1914, Muldrow, Oklahoma; d. June 09, 1915, Muldrow, Oklahoma.

More About THOMAS BLAIR BREEDLOVE:
Burial: Row-31-North, Muldrow Cemetery, Muldrow, Oklahoma
Medical Information: Had cleft palate
Tombstone Inscription: Thomas Blair Breedlove, Son of J. C. & Allie Breedlove, 3-4-1914; 6-9-1915


38. CASSIE9 BREEDLOVE (JOHN WASHINGTON8, SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born 1886 in Muldrow, Oklahoma (Indian Territory), and died 1934 in Muldrow, Sequoia County, Oklahoma. She married OWEN OWEN Abt. 1914 in Home of Hugh Simpson (Mary Owen Legg) in Muldrow, son of WILLIAM OWEN and ALICE LYNDE. He was born October 29, 1871 in Lynchburg, Virginia, and died December 03, 1932 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

More About CASSIE BREEDLOVE:
Burial: Row-32-North, Muldrow Cemetery, Muldrow, Oklahoma
Dawes Roll: 1901, #4009, age 16
Fact #1: Dawes Roll #4009, Card # 1471
Race: Cherokee- 1/8th

More About OWEN OWEN and CASSIE BREEDLOVE:
Marriage: Abt. 1914, Home of Hugh Simpson (Mary Owen Legg) in Muldrow
       
Child of CASSIE BREEDLOVE and OWEN OWEN is:
       i.       MARY10 OWEN, b. October 29, 1915, Kansas City, Missouri; Adopted child; m. W. GEORGE LEGG, June 01, 1935, Tulsa, Oklahoma; b. Abt. 1913.

More About W. LEGG and MARY OWEN:
Marriage: June 01, 1935, Tulsa, Oklahoma


39. WHARTON HICKS9 BREEDLOVE (JOHN WASHINGTON8, SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born August 01, 1888 in Cherokee Nation, Sequoya District, Muldrow, Indian Territory, and died July 19, 1952 in Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory. He married ORDIE E. BOOZMAN Abt. 1918 in Cherokee Nation, Sequoya District, Indian Territory (OK). She was born Abt. 1891.

More About WHARTON HICKS BREEDLOVE:
Burial: Row-32-North, Muldrow Cemetery, Muldrow, Oklahoma
Dawes Roll: 1901, #4010, card 1471, age 14
Occupation: Drugist
Race: Cherokee-1/8
Tombstone Inscription: Wharton H. Breedlove, 8-1-1888; 7-19-1952

More About WHARTON BREEDLOVE and ORDIE BOOZMAN:
Marriage: Abt. 1918, Cherokee Nation, Sequoya District, Indian Territory (OK)
       
Children of WHARTON BREEDLOVE and ORDIE BOOZMAN are:
       i.       JANE GAIL10 BREEDLOVE, b. Abt. 1919.
       ii.       REBA RHEA BREEDLOVE, b. July 22, 1921, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. February 16, 1926, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.

More About REBA RHEA BREEDLOVE:
Burial: Row-31-North, Muldrow Cemetery, Muldrow, Oklahoma
Tombstone Inscription: Reba Rhea Breedlove, Daughter of W.H. and O.E. Breedlove, 7-22-1921; 2-16-1926


40. WALTON DAVID9 BREEDLOVE (JOHN WASHINGTON8, SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born October 26, 1889 in Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, and died April 09, 1957. He married ORA WALTON Abt. 1916 in Muldrow, Oklahoma. She was born June 02, 1898 in Cottonwood, Oklahoma, and died August 30, 1993 in Muldrow, Oklahoma.

More About WALTON DAVID BREEDLOVE:
Dawes Roll: 1901, #4011, Card #1471, age 12
Occupation: Farmer; Filling Station Owner
Race: Cherokee-1/8th

More About WALTON BREEDLOVE and ORA WALTON:
Marriage: Abt. 1916, Muldrow, Oklahoma
       
Children of WALTON BREEDLOVE and ORA WALTON are:
       i.       WALTON DAVID10 BREEDLOVE, JR., b. October 16, 1918, Muldrow, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory; d. April 11, 1972, Muldrow, Oklahoma.
       ii.       VERA BESSIE (SUE) BREEDLOVE, b. December 07, 1925, Muldrow, Oklahoma; m. WALLACE K. HENRY, Abt. 1947; b. September 26, 1917, Quitman, Arkansas.

More About WALLACE HENRY and VERA BREEDLOVE:
Marriage: Abt. 1947

       iii.       CARRIE BREEDLOVE, b. September 09, 1934, Muldrow, Oklahoma.


41. CHARLES WINCHESTER9 BREEDLOVE (JOHN WASHINGTON8, SARAH7 HICKS, JOHN6, NATHANIEL5, ABSALOM4, SAMUEL3, JOHN BENNETT2, JOHN1) was born 1898 in Muldrow, Indian Territory, and died April 26, 1934 in Los Angeles, California. He married ESTHER SNYDER Abt. 1921. She was born Abt. 1901, and died in California.

More About CHARLES WINCHESTER BREEDLOVE:
Dawes Roll: 1901, #4012, card # 1471, age 3
Military service: 2nd Lt after Paris Island; sent to Quantico
Occupation: council man; joined US Marines at age 18

More About CHARLES BREEDLOVE and ESTHER SNYDER:
Marriage: Abt. 1921
       
Children of CHARLES BREEDLOVE and ESTHER SNYDER are:
       i.       JUNE10 BREEDLOVE, b. November 24, 1921; m. WALTER S. WHITE, Abt. 1949, California; b. Abt. 1920.

More About WALTER WHITE and JUNE BREEDLOVE:
Marriage: Abt. 1949, California

       ii.       SIGNA BREEDLOVE, b. Abt. 1924, California; d. California; m. GLENN E. QUILLIN, Abt. 1944; b. Abt. 1922; d. California.

More About GLENN QUILLIN and SIGNA BREEDLOVE:
Marriage: Abt. 1944



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