I am restarting my Embry family research. Burrell Embry was my Gr. Gr. Gr. Grandfather; I descend from his first wife Rebecca Darland. They had three children, John b. 1842, James b. 1844 and Martha 1846. Martha was my Gr. Gr. Grandmother and she married John W. Morris in 1866 in Webster Co. Missouri. Burrell was born in Kentucky abt 1820
the son of Burrell Embry Sr and Elizabeth Rhay.
Itís the second family I am researching.
Burrell remarried after Rebeccaís death to Lucinda Wheeler. They lived in Webster Co. Missouri 1860 and Camden Co. Missouri 1870. I believe they moved on to Oklahoma during the 1880ís and into Texas Grayson County in the 1890ís.
Their children were.
Charlotte Russell Embry who married Charles Crane, I have some information on this family but contact with descendants has been lost or never returned.
James C. Embry b. Dec. 24, 1853 Webster Co. Missouri died January 5, 1897 Denison Texas
Sarah E. Embry b. 1855 Webster Co. Missouri
Burrell/Beryl/Berl aka Tude Embry b. 1857 Webster Co. Mo.
and lived with his mother Lucinda in Grayson Co. Texas at least till the 1920ís.
Lucinda Embry b. 1859 Webster Co. Mo.
Eliza Embry b. 1862 Mo.
William Embry b. 1866 Mo. Lived with his mother and brother Berl in Grayson Co. Texas
George Ann Embry b. Nov. 20, 1868 Camden Missouri married Henderson Wheeler in Grayson Co. Texas and lived in Bolivar Missouri, died October 5, 1956 in Springfield, Greene Co. Missouri and is buried near Bolivar Missouri.
Lucinda died sometime after 1910 in Grayson Co. Texas. I do not know where she is buried. She could possibly be buried in Cherry Mound Cemetery where her husband Burrell is buried. As for William and Burrell/Berl/Beryl aka Tude Embry, I have no clue to their whereabouts after 1910 nor when they died or are buried.
I would like to find information on three of the daughters of this couple, Sarah E. b. 1855, Luncida b. 1859 and Eliza b. 1862 all in Missouri.
Nancy M. Boyd
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