Posted By:Wiley Alston Jarrell
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Subject:Cordelia C. Jarrell (1871-1949);Tx
Post Date:December 24, 2004 at 04:17:07
Message URL:http://genforum.genealogy.com/tx/uvalde/messages/136.html
Forum:Uvalde County, TX Genealogy Forum
Forum URL:http://genforum.genealogy.com/tx/uvalde/

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Sources

source note 1: 1880 Coryell county Texas census
source note 2: Frances Jean Luhorn Scribner
source note 3: Kelly Anne McGowan Ross
source note 4: Jacquelyn Rowena Johnson Morgan
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I'm looking for additional data on the following:

FAMILY EDGE PLUS EXTENDED FAMILY REPORT
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WIFE: "Deed" Cordelia C. JARRELL
BORN: 14 Jul 1871 Jonesboro, Coryell Co TX
MARR: 15 Sep 1887 Taylor, Williamson Co TX
DIED: 8 Aug 1949 Sabinal, Uvalde Co TX
BURIED: Sabinal Cem, Sabinal, Uvalde Co TX
FATHER: Smith Callaway (Henry Smith Callaway(???)) JARRELL b:7 Jul
1825, probably Lee co which became Randolph co which became,
        Stewart Co GA; d:15 Jun 1885, Coryell Co TX;
Served with CSA during The War For Southern Independence;
        child #11 of George Arnold JARRELL Sr. and Elizabeth CALLAWAY
MOTHER: Mary Ann Elizabeth Meriah HORN b:4 Jan 1833, SC; d:9 Jan
1885, Coryell Co TX;
        child #1 of Michael HORN Sr. and Susannah CRUM;
        [Note: parents are unproven].
SOURCES: Birth...data supplied by source note 2, 22 Jan 1999
BPlace..data supplied by source note 3, 9 Sep 2004
Death...data supplied by source note 2, 22 Jan 1999
DPlace..data supplied by source note 2, 22 Jan 1999
Other...source note 1
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HUSBAND: "Luke" Lucas Augustine TYLER
BORN: roughly 1871
DIED:
FATHER: George TYLER born ____.
MOTHER: Margaret MCCARTNEY born ____.
SOURCES: Other...data supplied by source note 2, 22 Jan 1999
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1 | NAME: Charles Lucius TYLER
M | BORN: 20 Feb 1889 Taylor, Williamson Co TX
| MARR: 1907 to 1909
| DIED: Apr 1947 Kyle, Hays Co TX
| WIFE: Frances Ellen DUDLEY
| BORN: roughly 1889 DIED:
| ALSO: Married 1937 Edith Lee MEALER;
| SRCE: Other...data supplied by source note 2, 22 Jan 1999
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| Grandchild by Frances Ellen DUDLEY
1 | NAME: Ellen Leora TYLER
F | BORN:
| MARR:
| DIED:
| HUSB: ??? LUHORN
| BORN: DIED:
| SRCE: Oth..data supplied by source note 2, 25 Oct 2003
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2 | NAME: Margaret Ellen TYLER
F | BORN: 15 Jan 1891
| MARR:
| DIED: 1891
| SRCE: Other...data supplied by source note 2, 22 Jan 1999
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3 | NAME: Grace Elizabeth TYLER
F | BORN: 10 Jan 1893 Sabinal, Uvalde Co TX
| MARR: 24 Apr 1910 Uvalde, Uvalde Co TX
| DIED: Oct 1976 Hondo, Medina Co TX
| BUR: Safford Cem, Safford, Graham Co AZ
| HUSB: "Ollie" Oliver E. RAMSEY
| BORN: roughly 1893 DIED:
| SRCE: Other...data supplied by source note 2, 22 Jan 1999
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4 | NAME: Henry G. Smith TYLER
M | BORN: 21 Jun 1895 Uvalde, Uvalde Co TX
| MARR:
| DIED: 1 Apr 1934 Sabinal, Uvalde Co TX
| SRCE: Other...data supplied by source note 2, 22 Jan 1999
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5 | NAME: "Jack" Arthur Lawrence TYLER
M | BORN: 12 Apr 1897 Sabinal, Uvalde Co TX
| MARR: 1 Apr 19(private) Ada, Pontotoc Co OK
| DIED: 23 Feb 1976 VA Hospital at Kerrville, Kerr Co TX
| BUR: Sabinal Cem, Sabinal, Uvalde Co TX
| WIFE: Viola JACKSON
| BORN: DIED: living 23 Jan 1999
| NOTE: served at the front in WWI
| SRCE: Other...data supplied by source note 2, 22 Jan 1999
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6 | NAME: "Dean" Edward Walter TYLER
M | BORN: 26 May 1899 Uvalde, Uvalde Co TX
| MARR:
| DIED: 13 Feb 1962 Hondo, Medina Co TX
| BUR: Sabinal Cem, Sabinal, Uvalde Co TX
| SRCE: Other...data supplied by source note 2, 22 Jan 1999
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7 | NAME: "Georgie" Georgia Catherine TYLER
F | BORN: 28 Nov 1901 Uvalde Co TX
| MARR: Jan 1927 Uvalde Co TX
| DIED: 28 Oct 1980 Hondo, Medina Co TX
| HUSB: "Eddie" Edward Burleson DRISKILL
| BORN: roughly 1921 DIED:
| SRCE: Other...data supplied by source note 2, 22 Jan 1999
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8 | NAME: Hubert Vernon TYLER
M | BORN: 27 Jun 1904 Uvalde Co TX
| MARR:
| DIED: 8 Mar 1998 Hondo, Medina Co TX
| BUR: Sabinal Cem, Sabinal, Uvalde Co TX
| WIFE: Velma RICKS
| BORN: DIED: before 24 Nov 1998
| SRCE: Other...data supplied by source note 2, 22 Jan 1999
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9 | NAME: Louis C. TYLER
M | BORN: 6 Aug 1906 Uvalde Co TX
| MARR:
| DIED: Mar 1963 Victoria, Victoria Co TX
| WIFE: Mary ASH
| BORN: roughly 1906 DIED: before 28 Dec 1998
| SRCE: Other...data supplied by source note 2, 22 Jan 1999
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10 | NAME: Dewey Leo TYLER
M | BORN: 10 Feb 1910 Uvalde Co TX
| MARR:
| DIED: 18 Sep 1991 San Marcos, Hays Co TX
| WIFE: Margie ???
| BORN: roughly 1910 DIED:
| NOTE: buried in San Antonio, Bexar co, Texas
| SRCE: Other...data supplied by source note 2, 22 Jan 1999
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11 | NAME: Rowena TYLER
F | BORN: 1912 Uvalde Co TX
| MARR:
| DIED: 8 Jan 1981
| HUSB: James CAMBRON
| BORN: roughly 1912 DIED:
| SRCE: Other...data supplied by source note 2, 22 Jan 1999
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HISTORY NOTES: "Luke" Lucas Augustine TYLER
data supplied by source note 4, 20 Jan 1999

Notes for LUCIUS AUGISTINE (LUKE) TYLER:
Mr. & Mrs. Lucius A. Tyler moved to Uvalde County in 1890 from
Taylor, Texas.
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An Account of "Grandpa's" Life contributed by Louis Ray Tyler:

My History by Lucius A. Tyler

My father was born at Claremont New Hampshire Nov. 28. 1800 and my
mother was born in New Jersey in Mt year 1830.

I, L.A. Tyler was born in Kane Co. Ills in the year 1854 on July 3rd
about 2 2/2 miles from Dundee and the same distans from Elgin between
the Fox river and Tyler's creek. My father settled there in the year
183 just after the indians were moved out. He had 400 acres of land
that he bought from the Government, and he lived on that place for 30
years, and then sold the place and moved to Dundee Ill. and bought a
large brick house, right on the fox river, and lived there until the
year 1862. he then sold out and moved to Jones Co. Iowa. and bought a
farm of 900 acres right on the Wopsonpinak river, and lived there 4
years and then sold the place in the fall of 1865 and moved to
Southern missouri Himy Co. and lived there 6 months and sold the place
and moved to Bourbar Co. Kansas and bought a a farm of 300 acres with
40 acres of fine timber on the osage river. just 1 mile from
Ft.-Lincoln. He lived there about 4 years and then sold the place and
moved to Livingston Co. Mo. 8 miles north of Chilicothe the County
Seat, and bought 400 acre farm on the crooked fork of Grand river.

The house was on a high hill and all the ballance of the land was in t
he bottom and nearly every year overflowed from the river and ruined
the crops. the water would stay on the land for several weeks. There
was fine timber on the place, and a fine apple orchard of 300 trees.
That was a good place to hunt--there was lakes along the river and the
ducks and geese were very plenty. we used to kill lots of them. I
recollect there was a lake just back of our field, and I was near the
lake and had just sliped up to the fence, and had shoved my gun
through the old rail fence to shoot some ducks in the pond and all at
once I heard something flutering up and down came a turkey, between me
and the ducks, and I turned the gun on the turkey and killed it. it
weight 18 lbs. In the spring of 1872 father sold the place and we
started to western Iowa and traveled 2 days north west and camped for
the night and that night it snowed about 5 inches and was very cold.
and father said he didint like going north, but had rather go to
Texas, and he asked us boys if we would rather og on to Iowa or to
Texas, and we all said we had rather go to Texas, we was all in favor
of going to Texas except mother, and she said if all would rather go
to Texas why she would go too. So the next day we started for Texas
on april the 19th 1872. and came on through the indian territory,
there was no settlement in the territory then. we crossed the Red
river on may the 14th 1872 and came on to Dallas. it was but a little
town then. And we came on about 10 miles south of Dallas to ten mile
creek and
camped there for about a month, and then moved south and went into a
vacant house and stayed there all summer. then that fall father
rented a place on waxahachie creek. 6 miles from Waxahachie and we
stayed there and made a crop. and then in the fall started for
Lampasas Co. and went about 10 miles north west, but did not like the
country, as the land is all rocky and mountainous. We then started
for Williamson Co. and camped on Berrys creek and father rented a
place on the San. Gabiril river we made a crop there. and in the fall
moved to Bruchy creek in williamson Co. and took up. school lands, 160
acres was all the law would allow to one man to buy at that time. so
father and us boys that was old enough took up 160 acres. I was 20
years old at that time and took 160 acres. I lived there 18 years and
then sold out and moved to this country Uvalde Co. in the spring of
1992 and have lived here since I am now nearly 74 years old, will be
on Feb. 3 next.

This 29 day of Jan, 1928

Lucius A. Tyler.

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It seems Grandpa's family were originally Catholics, going back 300
years to England, some of the nuns and some of them perhaps priests
or monks. When Grandma and Grandpa got married, Daddy said that
Grandma refosed to sign the agreement that she would raise the
children as Catholics, but somehow they got married. Later, as Aunt
Rowena told me, as the children started coming along (Uncle Charlie,
etc.), Grandma would take them to the Baptist church. One Sunday she
saw Grandpa tagging along. Later he not only made a profession of
faith and got baptized, but became a deacon.

Grandpa's becoming a Baptist, as I was told, made him fall into bad
relations with some of the Tylers, but later on an aunt of his who had
the album (what would a 300-year-old "album" look like?) went up and
sent the album to Grandpa. It reportedly had a velvet cover and was
in a cedar chest of Aunt Rowena's, and the album was promised to me.
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