Enoch Jackson
Lumbee American Indians


Enoch is the son of William Jackson and Elizabeth Oxendine. He was born ~1800?

From Ronnie Dunn - ronniedunn *at* twlakes.net

His genealogy, going back:
Ronnie Dunn
Freda Sue Allen
Mable Frances Angeline Knight
Leona Jackson (She got a letter back in the 50s something about inheriting land in New Mexico or Mexico)
Horatio Jackson(Both parents were Jacksons)
Elizabeth Jackson
Enoch Jackson
William Jackson and Elizabeth Oxendine

I'm going to try to get a daughter of a daughter of a daughter from Elizabeth (Oxendine) Jackson. This would not necessarily match your test from Hilson Oxendine's wife since the two women would've been along different lines. I will let you know when I find someone who qualifies to take the test. I will share the results.

I've often wondered with the description of these Jacksons and Oxendines, from court records, etc, if the William Jackson and Wilson lineage was correct. I've seen no supporting evidence so far. There are DNA matches, but the only rDNA records I've seen simply match William Jackson's descendants as being from the same line as his brother, Andrew Jackson's, descendants. I've seen nothing connecting them to these Jacksons in Guilford, NC except for a will with the names. Of course, there were lots of Jacksons and the chance of some other Jackson family having a William and Andrew in the same family in the late 1700s was good. It doesn't necessarily mean that it is our line of Jacksons.

With the description of William Jackson and his sister, Naomi, I would seriously doubt that both their parents were of complete European descent.




From Evyonne:

ENOCH JACKSON
Son of William Jackson and Elizabeth Oxendine?
OR Elizabeth Gibson?
(Refer to Original Worksheet Information)
Jackson County, Tennessee

Birth: c 1812; Jackson County, Tennessee
Death: 20 Dec 1889 Jackson Co., TN
Marriage: #1 - c 1829: Sentha Woolbright (Ref: Georgia Ferry of Carlinville, Macoupin Co., IL – regarding Surname of Sentha) Born 1812 TN; Death 01 Dec 1872 Jackson County, TN
#2 - 22 Jan 1875 to Mary Ann Mahaney, Jackson County, TN, dau of Ransom Mahaney and Sally Curtis
Census: 1840 Jackson County TN: 001001 030001 (one male b. 1826-1830;HH 1791-1800; 3 fem 1835-1839; 1 fem 1791-1800; within this census there is an “unknown male living with the household b. 1826-1830. Within the 1850 census there is shown a “Thomas Jackson age 28 living within Enoch’s household. Enoch would hae been too young to have fathered this child. Did he take in a nephew of a deceased brother?
1850 Jackson County,TN: Dwl #354 Jackson County, TN HH Enoch 39 TN; Senth 40 NC; Bertha M. 17 TN; Elizabeth 14 TN; Polly 13 TN; Sary 11 TN; Barbara 9; Rasha A. female 8 TN; Francis M. 3; George W. 3 TN; Martha 1 ½ TN; Thomas 28 TN.
1860 Jackson County, TN: Dwl #803 HH: Enoch40 TN; Syntha 40 TN; Rebecca 24 TN; Martha 18 TN; Rasher female 17 TN; Marion 12 male TN; Washington 12 TN;Patsy 11 TN; William 10 TN;Thomas 5 TN From Nelson Womack:In Enoch’s Bible there was a Wm. H. Tucker and Thomas B. Tucker. I have wondered for a long time if the William and Thomas Jackson in Enoch’s household in 1860 were actually William and Thomas Tucker, There is no William and Thomas Jackson in Enoch’s Bible. Just a thought.
Wm. H. Tucker born June 11 1849
Thomas B. Tucker born April 16 1856
You may be right - I have tried to find out about “the Tucker boys” – so far nothing has come fwd, all seem to have heard about “the Tucker boys” as stated only, but do not know who they are nor how they are kin (to have been put within the Bible Records) I suspect they are the sons of one of the daughters or sons of Enoch with Enoch raising the two boys. Enoch took care of his own. Census records from 1860-1880 reflect how he was raising the grand children of his own deceased children. I suspect the same situation regarding the “Tucker boys”, but which son or dau was the parent?/ere
1870 Jackson County, TN: Dwl #132 HH Enos Jackson 55 TN; Sintha 60 TN; Rasha 28 TN; Henry T. 18TN; Hix 14 TN; Joshua 14 TN; Senetha C 12 N; Rasha 7 TN; John 14 TN; Polly 13 TN;Joseph 10 TN; Martin 8 TN; William 6 TN; Marion shown female 2 TN – whose children are Enoch & Sintha raising? Enoch raised the children of his daughter, Elizabeth, as well as the child of his son Rasho, after Rasho’s wife, America A. Swearengin Jackson, had died. Through court documents, Enoch was made the legal guardian of Francis Marion, shown as age 2 within the 1870 Jackson Co., TN census
1880 Jackson County, TN: Dist 9 Jackson Co. TN; HH Enoch 65 TN; Mary A 49 TN; Cyntha A 2; Horashio 18 TN; grandson; Francis M 12 grandson; Cyntha C 23 grand daughter








Known Children of Enoch Jackson and Sentha Woolbright:

#1 Rutha Duff Jackson
Birth 7 Oct 1820 Jackson County,TN
Marriage c 1856 David Jackson, (1838-1891), son of Hiram Jackson and Katheine Kate Swearengin Richards, Jackson Co., TN
Death 12 Nov 1893 Macoupin County, IL,
Known children of Rutha Duff Jackson and David Jackson :
(1) Louverna Jackson b. 25 1857; died 26 July 1914 Shaws
Point Township, Macoupin Co., IL married 24 Mar 1872 James A. Cannon; Carlinville, Macoupin Co., IL. He was born 6 Aug 1839; died 25 Nov 1928; Shaws Point Township, Macupin Co., IL; bur. Bethel Ridge Cemetery, Shaws Point Township, Macoupin Co., IL
(2) Mary Martha “Mary” Jackson born 1860 TN; married Oscar Hendricks (my error)
(3) George Washington Jackson born 25 Mar 1862 IL; died 27 Aug 1933; Atwater,
Macoupin Co., IL; bur Bethel Ridge Cemetery, Atwter, Macoupin Co., IL;
married 26 May 1892 #1 Margaret C. Giberson; married abt. 1895-1896 #2 Malinda Frances Corley
(4) Cynthia Catherine Jackson born 18 Jan 1864 KY; died 22 Oct 1963 IL; buried died
Mayfield Memorial Park, Carlinville, Macoupin Co., IL; married John Harrison; born 1841; died 13 Oct 1933
(5) Sarah Jackson born 1867 IL; died 1903 IL; married Charles W. Karrick
born 1859; died 1943; buried Bethel Ridge Cemetery, Atwater, Macoupin co., IL
(6) David Winchester Jackson born 13 Sept 1872 IL; died 7 Jan1938 Macoupin Co.,
IL; bur.: Bethel Ridge Cemetery, Atwater, Macupin, IL; married Georgia Robeson; born 12 May 1869, died 8 Jan 1917 Atwater, Macoupin Co., IL

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#2 Elizabeth Jackson
Birth: circa 1836 Jackson Co., TN
Death 12 July 1868 near Gainesboro, Jackson Co., TN
Marriage circa 1853 James Jackson b. 1827, son on Henry Jackson and Sally Curtis
Census: 1860 pg. 1257 Jackson Co., TN: HH James 23 b.TN; Elizabeth 24 TN; Silas 5 TN; Syntha 4TN; Enoch 1 TN

Children of Elizabeth “Lizzie” Jackson & James Jackson
(1) Josiah Silas Jackson b. circa 1855 Gainesboro, Jackson Co., TN; married Phoebe E. Lauderdale on 12 January 1876 in Pope Co., IL.She was born 8 Feb 1856 in Golconda, Pope County, IL; died 24 June 1924; buried Lindsey Cemetery, Alexander, Illinois Co., IL Ancedote: “Si” left home as a teenager, crossed the Cumberland River on a raft with some other men, where he went to the Pope County, IL area. Sometime between 1880-1900, in a covered wagon, he moved his family to Alexander Co., IL where he and his family lived the remainder of his life.
(2) Syntha Jackson circa 1856 Gainesboro Jackson Co., TN
(2) Enoch Jackson circa 1859 Gainesboro Jackson Co., TN
(3) Horatio “Rasha” Jackson born 1 June 1862 Jackson Co., TN; died 19 Dec 1945 JacksonCo. TN; married Nancy Angeline Dill Jackson County,TN - Note: Family tradition tells that he after was born James Jackson left Lizzie to go West. Rash It has been told to family descendants that he was Rasho Gentry, son of Thomas Gentry; however, after a thorough search there is no documentation found to substantiate this claim. When Rasha was a baby, and Lizzie on her death bed, she ask for her father to come to her. Lizzie ask her father to take her children and raise them. Thus, researchers will find within varied census’ the names of the above listed under Enoch’s name as HH as he was raising his daughter’s children.

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#3 Polly Jackson
Birth circa 1837 Jackson Co., TX in Jackson Co., TN
Death: Unknown
Marriage: (..?..) Curtis
Note: It is know that Polly had one son and was living in 1893 from information
contained within the Estate Settlement of Enoch Jackson.

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#4 Sary Jackson
Birth circa 1839 Jackson Co., TN

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#5 Barbara Jane Jackson
Birth June 1840 Jackson Co., TN
Death 28 May 1923 Monterrey, Putnam Co.,TN; burial Dodson Branch Cemetry ,
Jackson Co., TN
Marriage Abraham “Abe” Sutton about 1865
Anecdotes: Reda Bilbry of Jackson Co., TN wrote:
#1 Barb had a brother in the Civil War who was wounded, this was probably
Horatio, known as Rash. He died in 1874 a fairly young man. Stories told that he came home from the war sick. Word was sent to Aunt Bar that her brother was wounded and needed someone to come get him. Aunt Barb took a shotgun, a wagon pulled by a team of oxen, a couple of hens and tied the milk cow to the back and went off to find her brother to bing him home.

#2 She had a brother fighting for the North and one for the South. One of the brothers was at her house when a troop of soldiers from the other side when her other brother rode up. She went to the orchard and picked fruit for them while the brother inside could slip away. At the start of the Civil War, Abe and Barbara Sutton had ten children, five girls and five boys.

#3 During the Civil War, she kept her husband’s horse in a cave away from the house where the Union soldiers couldn’t find it. She would slip out to the cave to feed it.

#4 She lived in a one room log cabin on Booger Hill, with a fireplace in one end. One day, she decided to paper the walls with newspapers. Her grandson, Jim Allen (Cynthia’s boy) spent the night with her. During the night she heard noises like mice scratching in the walls. She got a fork and stabbed the wall, finally stabbing the thing which was under the paper. When she saw what she had on the end of the fork, she begun to scream and fell off the chair on which she was standing. On her fork, was a big lizzard. Grandson Jim thought it was funny after he saw what was going on. After Aunt Barb got over the scare she had a big laugh too

#5 You never saw Aunt Barb without her necklace of Indian corn heads which belonged to her grandmother Elizabeth Oxendine Jackson. Aunt Barb was a woman who walked with pride and held her head high. She was tall, straight, with a dark complexion, black hair and yellow-brown eyes. She showed her
Indian features.

Children of Barbara Jackson and Abraham “Abe” Sutton:
(1) Alfred Jackson born 4 Aug 1863 Jackson Co., TX; married Melvina in
1891
(2) James T. Sutton born 16 May 1866
(3) Margaret T. Sutton born 13 Sept 1867
(4) A. D. Sutton born 26 May 1869
(5) Letha “Leithie” Sutton born 9 Oct 1870; died 5 Oct 1963; married James Madison “Jim”Keith in 1890. He was born 3 Aug 1872; died 12 Dec 1952; borth are buried in Whittaker Cemetery, Monterey, Putnam Co., TN
(6) William Sutton born 18 Jan 1872
(7) Fanny Sutton born 18 Jan 1872; died 13 Dec 1941; died 13 Dec 1941; married Alvin M. Henley (Hendley). He was born 1867; died 1921; both are buried Poplar Springs Cemetery, Overton Co., TN
(8) Cynthia Sutton born 25 Mar 1880; died 18 May 1975 Monterey, Putnam Co., TN; buried Whttaker Cemetery; Monterey, Putnam co., TN; married James Madison “Wild Jim” Allen. He was born De 1854; died 18 Dec 1910 at home; buried in Cummins Mill Cemetery, Jackson Co., TN
(9) Unknown son
(10)Unknown daughter


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#6 Horatio Rasho Jackson
Birth 4 July 1842 Jackson Co., TN
Death 18 Sept 1874 Jackson Co., TN; buried Dodson Branch Cemetery, Jackson Co., TN
Marriage: America A. “Merk”Swearengin 21 Aug 1866, dau of Levi Swearengin &
Effie Carlton. She was born 1 Dec 1835; died 1868
Military: 1861-1862 - Discharged under the Conscript Act of Congress (this would have
put Horatio Rasho Jackson serving with the Union forces)
Child of America A. Swearengin:
(1) Mary Swearengin born 1861 Jackson Co., TN. She married George Dibrell Hawkins. Mary was born out of wedlock (research revealed that a Levi Swearengin was the father). She was raised by a “Terry family” in Putnam Co., TN who owned a dry goods store.
Child of Horatio Rasho Jackson and American A. Swearengin:
(1) Francis Marion “Little Marion” Jackson (Known as “Little Marion”, born 29 Feb 1868, died 18 Oct 1924; buried Dodson Branch Cemetery, Jackson, Tennessee married Nan H. Bean on 5 Jan 1887 Jackson Co., TN. She was born 12 Aug 1868; died 18 Dec 1950; both are buried Dodson Branch Cemetery, Jackson Co., TN. After the death of his mother, “Little Marion was raised by his grandfather, Enoch Jackson, and is shown as grand child on some of the census enumerations.
Children of Francis Marion Jackson and Nan H. Bean:
a. Wesley Jackson born 25 Dec 1888, died as child, 12 Doc 1892; buried in Duke Allen Cemeter, Jackson Co., TN
b. Luther Jackson born 7 Mar 1890; died & buried in California
c. Lala Jackson born 5 May 1893; buried Dodson Branch Cemetery; Jackson Co., TN; married James A. “Jim” Gentry. He was born 23 July 1888; died 20 May 1950; buried West Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN
d. Wayne Jackson born 23 April 1895; buried in Dodson Branch Cemetery, Jackson Co., TN
e. Gurstel Jackson born 26 No. 1899; buried Dodson Branch Cemetery, Jackson Co., TN
f. Thurman Jackson born 14 Oct 1902; died abt 17 Jan 1919; buried Dodson Branch Cemetery, Jackson Co., TN
g…Ernest Jackson born 29 Dec 1907; buried Dodson Branch
Cemetery, Jackson Co., TN; Antecode: Ernest was arrested for carrying a pistol, May term of court 1875 pg. 12 & 160; State vs. Ernest Jackson

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#7 Francis Marion Jackson
Birth: 16 June 1847 Jackson Co., TN
Death 1 June 1920 Seneth, Iron Co., Missouri; buried Liberty Cemetery, Seneth
Missouri
Marriage: 15 Apr 1872 to Mary H. Wallace; Jackson co., TN b. 7 Feb 1855 Webster
Co., KY; died 12 Sept 1914 & buried in Liberty Cemetery Seneth, Dunklin Co., MO. She was the daughter of J. T. Wallace and Mandy Price
Anecdote: From Family Lore: “Old Marion” (F. M. Jackson b. 1847) borrowed a young
filly which belonged to his father, Enoch, and was ging to the Swearengin’s store in Sourwood, which was on the Dodson Branch area. Marion had to travel up the hill along a narrow lane which came out on top of the will Overton Hill. Two men stopped Marion by taking hold of the reins spooking and scared the filly. Marion reached into his pocket and pulled out a gun and shot, hitting one of the men with the other running off. The one who lay dead was Will Dailey. Marion went to a neighbor’s house and hid from the law. He sent for Enoch to come to him, which he did. Enoch then sent Marion West to where other members of the family lived. The story has also been told that Marion was in the run for land in Arkansas. - - Another family member related that it was not Marion who shot Will Dailey. It and Joshua Silas “Sy” Jackson, son of Elizabeth and James Jackson, who was a cousin to Francis Marion Jackson – the Jackson family mystery: “Who shot Will Dailey?”
Children of Francis Marion Jackson and Mary H. Wallace:
(1) George Washington Jackson, b. Jan 1878 Indian Terr. (OD; married Katie M.
(..?..)
(2) Ernest Jackson b. July 1885; Indian Terr (OK), died 1895 Dunklin Co., MO; married his cousin, Albertine Jackson, dau of George Washington Jackson and Angeline Woolbright.
Children of Ernest Jackson and Albertine Jackson:
(Most Birth years from 1910 Census: Salem Town Dunklin Co., MO)
a. Arch Timby (Jackson) - adopted – born 1897
b. Gertrude Heath Jackson born 1901
c. Vergie Jackson born 1906
d. Cora Jackson born 1908
e. Hester Jackson born 1910; Salem Town, Dunklin Co., MO
f. Hazel Jackson born 1912 Mo
g. Paul Jackson born 1912 MO
h. Ruth Jackson 1915

(3) Jessie Jackson born Sept 1890, Indian Terr. (OK) married Mary M. (..?..)
Children of Jessie Jackson and Mary M. Jackson
a. Marvin Jackson b. abt 1913 OK
b. Virginia Jackson b. 1922 Dunklin Co., MO

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#8 George Washington Jackson
Birth 16 June 1847 Jackson Co., TN
Death Oklahoma
Marriage Angeline Woolbright, his cousint b. 1844, dau of SamuelWoolbright &
Martha Jackson. Angeline Woolbright’s maternal grandparents are Andrew Jackson and Nancy Bridges, great aunt and uncle of George Washington Jackson
Child of Angeline Woodbright:
(1) Lorainzo D. Woolbright born 16 July 1868
Children of George Washington Jackson and Angeline Woolbright:
(1) Mary F. Jackson
(2) Albertine Jackson born 1884 – SEE ABOVE Children of Ernest Jackson
(son of Francis Marion Jackson & Mary H. Wallace), and Albertine
Jackson

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#9 Martha “Patsy” Ann Jackson
Birth 8 Sept 1849 Jackson Co., TN
Death 30 Sept 1922 Iron Co., MO
Marriage: James Matthew Nelson in prob. Jackson Co., TN; b. Mar 1849 Overton Co.,
TN; died 1 Mar 1928 Iron Co., MO, son of Robert Nelson and Nancy Pryor
Children of Martha “Patsy” Ann Jackson and James Matthew Nelson:
(1) Henderson Nelson b. 1872 Jackson Co., TN; died abt 1872 Jackson Co., TN;
(2) Cynthia Nelson, b. 1872 Jackson Co., TN; died 23 Feb 1902 Iron Co., MO
(3) Mary Ellen Nelson, born 23 June 1876 Jackson Co., TN; died 23 Feb 1902 Iron Co., MO
Children of Mary Nelson and Alfred Hawk are:
i. Marion Gilbert6 Hawk, born 25 Oct 1894; died 12 Apr 1958. He married Rosie Etta Nash 1911; born 04 Oct 1895 in Eminence, MO; died 26 Nov 1976 in Belgrade, Washington County, MO.

Notes for Marion Gilbert Hawk:
Ozark Hills Friends and Neighbors 1829 - 2000 - East Central Missouri Ozarks - Ozark Heritage - Volume Four
by Ken Fiebelman

Goodland (Mt. Pleasant) Cemetery Listing p. 168.

Hawk, Marion Gilbert 10/25/1894 - 4/12/1958; Rosie Etta Nash, 1911, 8 ch.: Robert, Andrew, Earl, Cleo, Alice Wallace, Letha Irene Stockhouse (Stackhouse), Emery, & William.

More About Marion Gilbert Hawk:
Burial: Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Goodland, Iron County, MO

Notes for Rosie Etta Nash:
Ozark Hills Friends and Neighbors 1829 - 2000 - East Central Missouri Ozarks - Ozark Heritage - Volume Four
by Ken Fiebelman

Goodland (Mt. Pleasant) Cemetery Listing p. 168.

Hawk, Rosie Etta w/o Marion G. 10/4/1895, Eminence - 11/26/1976, Belgrade, Washington Co., d/o Andrew & Mary Ann nash; sis. to: Charles, Jim, Everett, & William Nash, Stella Bailey, & Fannie Barton.

More About Rosie Etta Nash:
Burial: Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Goodland, Iron County, MO

ii. James Monroe Hawk, born Oct 1898.
iii. Leatha L. Hawk, born Dec 1900. She married Grover C. Lollar Abt. 1913; born Abt. 1889.
iv. Lois Hawk, born 23 Feb 1902. She married John Lollar; born 07 Feb 1890; died 26 Nov 1953.

More About John Lollar:
Burial: Sunset Hill Cemetery, Washington County, MO
Military service: MO PVT Btry B 28 Field Arty WWI

ii. James Monroe Hawk, born Oct 1898.
iii. Leatha L. Hawk, born Dec 1900. She married Grover C. Lollar Abt. 1913; born Abt. 1889.
iv. Lois Hawk, born 23 Feb 1902. She married John Lollar; born 07 Feb 1890; died 26 Nov 1953.

More About John Lollar:
Burial: Sunset Hill Cemetery, Washington County, MO
Military service: MO PVT Btry B 28 Field Arty WWI

(4) John H. Nelson born 6 Mar 1877 Jackson Co., TN; died 6 May 1942 Iron Co., MO
MO He married (1) Essia Thurman. He married (2) Sadie Crocker 03 Dec 1898 in Goodwater, Iron County, MO, daughter of Younger Crocker.

Child of John Nelson and Essia Thurman is:
i. James6 Nelson.
Child of John Nelson and Sadie Crocker is:
i. Jessie6 Nelson.
(5) Ruth Almeda Nelson born 23 Dec 1879 Jackson Co., TN; died 21 June 1949 Elvins, St. Francis Co., MO She married John Savage Anderson 24 Sep 1899 in Iron County, MO, son of Wesley Anderson and Elizabeth Pryor. He was born Abt. 1877 in Kentucky.

Children of Ruth Nelson and John Anderson are:
i. Johnnie6 Anderson.
ii. Lawrence Anderson.
iii. Pal R. Anderson, born Abt. 1903. He married Myrtle M. Abt. 1922.
iv. Firman H. Anderson, born Abt. 1905.
v. Maude C. Anderson, born Abt. 1907.
vi. Grace Anderson, born Abt. 1909.
vii. Nellie Anderson, born Abt. 1912.
viii. Thelma Anderson, born Abt. 1915.
ix. Irene Anderson, born Abt. 1917.
x. Margaret R. Anderson, born Abt. 1919.
xi. Ruby Anderson.
xii. Anna Belle Anderson.

(6) Vina Cornelia Cornelai Nelson born 30 Jan 1882 Iron Co., MO; died 21 June 1949 Elvins, St. Francis Co., MO She married John Robert White 31 Jan 1904 in Iron County, MO. He was born 16 Jan 1881 in Iron Mountain, St. Francois County, MO, and died 17 Dec 1931 in Gumbo, St. Francois County, MO.

Notes for Vina Cornalia Nelson:
[The Lead Belt News, Friday, June 24, 1949]

Mrs. Vina K. White was born in Goodland, Mo., on January 30, 1882, a daughter of the late Matt and Patsy Jackson Nelson, and departed this life at her home in Elvins, Mo., on June 21, 1949, following a short illness of heart disease, aged 67 years 4 months 21 days.
She was married on January 31, 1903, to John White, who preceded her in death on December 8, 1931. She is survived by five daughters and three sons: Gladys (Mrs. J. D.) Haven of Detroit, Mich.; Enoch White of Huzzah, Mo.; Leslie White of Wortham; Clarence White of Bonne Terre; Hazel (Mrs. M. H. O'Bryan) of Elvins; Ruth (Mrs. Leland) Eaton of St. Louis; Viola (Mrs. Henry) Sikes of Pattonville, and Cordabella (Mrs. Lawrence) Womack of Flat River. Twenty-four grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Nettie Keith of Ironton and Ruth (Mrs. John) Anderson of Middlebrook, with other relatives and friends, also mourn her passing. She was a member of the Flat River Assembly of God Church.

Funeral services were held on Thursday, June 23, at 2 p.m., at the Assembly of God Church in Elvins, conducted by Rev. Odis Cooper. Interment was at Pilot Knob. Hood Service.

More About Vina Cornalia Nelson:
Burial: Pilot Knob Cemetery, Pilot Knob, Iron County, MO
Grave Site: Buried Pilot Knob Cemetery, Pilot Knob, Iron County, MO
Notes for John Robert White:
Anderson Gann raised John White.

The Farmington News, Farmington, MO - Friday, December 25, 1931
John White
John White, whose home was in Dent County, died Thursday night of last week at eleven o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Hazel Belmore, of Gumbo, where he had been staying while in the employ of the National Lead Company at St. Francois. He died of Pneumonia. He was 50 years, eleven months and one day of age. The body was removed to the Boyer funeral home in Desloge and kept there until one o'clock Sunday afternoon when the funeral was held at the Flat River Pentecostal Church, the service conducted by Rev. Jackson, of Flat River. Interment was at Pilot Knob.
John White was born at Iron Mountain Jan. 6 1881. He was married to Miss Vina Nelson on Jan. 4, 1904. To this union, eleven children were born three of whom proceeded the father in death. He is survived by his widow and the following named children: Mrs. Gladys Haven, of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Belmore, of Gumbo, and Enoch, Leslie, Clarence, Ruth, Viola, and Cordebell, at home in Dent County. He also leaves three grandchildren.
The deceased had been a Christian and a member of the Church of god for many years.

On December 23, 2001, Corda Belle (White) Womack, daughter of John Robert White gave the following information: John Robert White had a brother and sister, but she didn't know the names of these people.

More About John Robert White:
Burial: Pilot Knob Cemetery, Pilot Knob, Iron County, MO
Grave Site: Buried Pilot Knob Cemetery, Pilot Knob, Iron County, MO
Occupation: Miner

Children of Vina Nelson and John White are:
i. Mary Gladys6 White, born 25 Oct 1904 in Goodland, Iron County, MO; died 17 Jan 1970 in Iron County, MO. She married Joseph Dewey Haven; born 07 Jul 1898; died 02 Jan 1965.

More About Mary Gladys White:
Burial: Arcadia Valley Memorial Park, Arcadia, Iron County, MO

More About Joseph Dewey Haven:
Burial: Arcadia Valley Memorial Park, Arcadia, Iron County, MO
Occupation: Police Officer
ii. Enoch Washington White, born 20 Apr 1907 in Goodland, Iron County, MO; died 05 Aug 1977 in Elvins, St. Francois, County, MO. He married Olivia Belle Stroder 14 Nov 1936 in Steelville, MO; born 03 Nov 1880; died 27 Sep 1973 in Leadwood, St. Francois County, MO.

Notes for Enoch Washington White:
Obituary:

Enoch W. White, 70, of Elvins was born Apr. 20, 1907 and died Aug. 5 at Bonne Terre Hospital. He was a son of the late John and Vina Nelson White.

Surviving are: a stepson, Danzell Buchanan; a stepdaughter, Juanita Holt; a brother, Leslie White, Rt. 1, Mineral Point; four sisters, Hazel O'Byran, Elvins, Ruth Eaton, Viburnum, Viola Sikes, Fredreicktown and Corda Bell Womack, Flat River; four step-grandchildren and seven step-great-grandchildren.

Chapel services were at 3 p.m. Sunday at Boyer Funeral Home in Leadwood with the Rev. C. J. Upchurch officiating.

Interment was at Leadwood Cemetery.

More About Enoch Washington White:
Burial: Leadwood Cemetery, Leadwood, St. Francois County, MO
Grave Site: Buried Leadwood Graveyard, Leadwood, St. Francois County, MO
Occupation: Farmer
iii. Leslie Soloman White, born 04 May 1909 in Goodland, Iron County, MO; died 03 Apr 1989 in Leadwood, St. Francois County, MO. He married Ethel Mae Griffin 21 Jan 1929 in St. Francois County, MO; born 07 Jan 1912 in Missouri; died 30 May 1980 in Leadwood, St. Francois County, MO.

Notes for Leslie Soloman White:
Obituary:

Leslie Soloman White, 79, of Leadwood died April 3 at Jefferson County Memorial Hospital. He was preceded in death by his parents Mr. and Mrs. John White; two brothers: Enoch White and Clarence (Rooster) White; one sister, Gladys Haydon.

Mr. White is survived by four sons: Herman White of Leadwood, John White of Leadwood, Fred White of Bismarck, Burman White of Laedwood; three daughters: Fern (Mrs. John) Kinnard of Leadwood, Patsy (Mrs. Roy) Radford of Festus, Juanita (Mrs. Elwood) Dunn of St. Louis; four sisters: Viola (Mrs. Henry) Sikes of Fredericktown, Ruth (Mrs. Leland) Eaton of Missouri, Hazel (Mrs. Marshall) O'Brien of Leadwood and Courdabell Womack of Flat River.

Friends may visit after 7 p.m. today at Bert Boyer Funeral Home in Leadwood. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Thursday at Frankclay Assembly of God Church with Rev. Davey Welker officiating. Burial under the direction of Bert Boyer Funeral Home will be in Adams Cemetery in Frankclay.

More About Leslie Soloman White:
Burial: Adams Cemetery, Frankclay, St. Francois County, MO

Notes for Ethel Mae Griffin:
Obituary:

Ethel Mae White, Leadwood, died May 30 at the Bonne Terre Hospital at the age of 68. She was born Jan. 7, 1912 in Missouri to the late Wiley and Maude Layer Griffin.

She is survived by he husband, Leslie White of Leadwood, four sons, Herman White of Elvins, John White of Frankclay, Burman White of Leadwood and Fred White of Leadwood, three daughters; Zelda (Mrs. John) Kinnard of Leadwood, Pat (Mrs. Roy) Radford of Festus and Juanita (Mrs. Elwood) Dunn of O'Fallon and two brothers; Howard Griffin of Bonne Terre and Walter Griffin of Mineral Point. She is also survived by two sisters; Edith Griffin of Wichita Falls, Texas and Hazel (Mrs. Lilburn) Carver of Flat River, 19 grandchildren and five great children.

Funeral services were held today at the Frankclay Assembly of God Church with Rev. David Welker officiating, assisted by the Rev. Earl Joplin. Burial was in Adams Cemetery. Local arrangements were under the direction of Bert Boyer Funeral Home.

More About Ethel Mae Griffin:
Burial: Adams Cemetery, Frankclay, St. Francois County, MO

iv. Hazel Leona White, born 04 Mar 1912 in Goodland, Iron County, MO; died 11 Jan 1997 in Park Hills, St. Francois County, MO. She married (1) ? Belmore Bef. 1930. She married (2) Marshall O'Bryan Aft. 1930; born 26 Nov 1905 in Munger, Reynolds County, MO; died Mar 1983 in Elvins, St. Francois, County, MO.

More About Hazel Leona White:
Burial: St. Francois Memorial Park Cemetery, Bonne Terre, St. Francois County, MO
Grave Site: Buried St. Francois Memorial, Bonne Terre, St. Francois County, MO
Occupation: Bar & Grill Owner

More About Marshall O'Bryan:
Burial: St. Francois Memorial Park Cemetery, Bonne Terre, St. Francois County, MO
Grave Site: Buried St. Francois Memorial, Bonne Terre, St. Francois County, MO
Occupation: Miner

v. James Clarence White, born 21 Apr 1915 in Goodland, Iron County, MO; died 21 Sep 1976 in Bonne Terre, St. Francois County, Mo. He married Elvada Nash; born 20 Jan 1920 in Bonne Terre, St. Francois County, MO; died 12 Oct 2002 in Bonne Terre, St. Francois County, MO.

Notes for James Clarence White:
Obituary:

James C. White, 61, was born Apr. 21, 1915 at Goodland and died Sept. 11 at his residence in Bonne Terre. He was a son of the late John and Vina Nelson White.

Surviving are: his widow, Elvada Nash White, Bonne Terre; five sons, Ronald White, Robert White, James White of Bonne Terre, Ricky White, U.S. Army, Germany, Carl White, Bonne Terre; two daughters, Barbara (Mrs. Joseph) Skaggs, Detroit, Mich. and Elizabeth Ann White of the home; two brothers, Enoch White, Elvins and Leslie White, Potosi; four sisters, Hazel O'Byran, Elvins, Ruth Eaton, Viburnum, Cardybell Womack, Flat River and Viola Sikes, Fredericktown; 16 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Carolyn, two brothers and one sister.

Mr. White is in state at Dale Sparks Funeral Home in Bonne Terre.

Chapel services are scheduled for 2 p.m. tuesday with Elder Walter Banning officiating.

Interment will be at St. Francois Memorial Park.

More About James Clarence White:
Burial: St. Francois Memorial Park Cemetery, Desloge, St. Francois County, MO
Grave Site: Buried St. Francois Memorial, Bonne Terre, St. Francois County, MO
Occupation: Miner

Notes for Elvada Nash:
The Daily Journal - Park Hill, St. Francois County, MO

Obituary

Elvada White, 82, Bonne Terre, died Oct. 12, 2002, at Mineral Area Regional Medical Center. She was born Jan. 27, 1920, in Bonne Terre to the late Joseph and Elizabeth Cain Nash. Preceded in death by husband, Clarence James White; daughter, Carolyn Kay White.

Survivors: Children: Ronald Wayne White, Bonne Terre, Barbara (Joseph) Skaggs, Desloge, Bob (Joyce) White, Bonne Terre, James Randall (Constance) White, Cape Fair, Rick (Pam) White, Bonne Terre, Carl (Donna) White, Bonne Terre, Elizabeth (Beth) Lawson, Bonne Terre; sisters Marcella (Coy) Williams, Bonne Terre, brother, Wilburn (Tobe) Nash, Bonne Terre; 20 grandchildren; 45 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren.

Visitation 5 p.m. Monday at the C.Z. Boyer and Son Funeral Home, Bonne Terre. Services 11 a.m. Tuesday at Boyer Chapel with Rev. Ed Braswell officiating. burial in St. Francois Memorial Park Cemetery.

More About Elvada Nash:
Burial: St. Francois Memorial Park Cemetery, Desloge, St. Francois County, MO

vi. Ruth Byancie White, born 19 Feb 1917 in Goodland, Iron County, MO; died 08 Mar 1991 in St.Louis, St. Louis County, MO. She married Leeland Taft Eaton 24 Apr 1935 in Cuba, MO; born 24 Dec 1908 in Huzzah, Crawford County, MO; died 28 Apr 1983 in Potosi, Washington County, MO.

Notes for Ruth Byancie White:
Ozark Hills Friends and Neighbors 1829 - 2000 - East Central Missouri Ozarks - Ozark Heritage - Volume Four
by Ken Fiebelman

Skaggs Cemetery Listing p. 285.

Eaton, Ruth B. w/o Leland T.; d. 3/8/1991, St. Louis, nee White; sis. to: Hazel O'Brien, Viola Sikes, Corda Belle Womack.

More About Ruth Byancie White:
Burial: Skaggs Cemetery, Shoal Creek, Crawford County, MO

Notes for Leeland Taft Eaton:
Ozark Hills Friends and Neighbors 1829 - 2000 - East Central Missouri Ozarks - Ozark Heritage - Volume Four
by Ken Fiebelman

Skaggs Cemetery Listing p. 285.

Eaton, Leland Taft 12/24/1908, Crawford Co. - 4/28/1983, Potosi, s/o Isaac N. & Martha; m. Ruth B. White, 4/24/1935, Cuba, 6 ch.: Leland Gary (m. Marilyn Roberts), David L. (m. Sandy), Thomas (m. Patti), Nadine (m. Eugene "Gene" Medley), Hazel (m. Milton Buth), Sue (m. Chip Schmtzmeyer, m. - Sieker, m. Carl Smith); member carpenter's local No. 417, attained 17 yr. perfect work record with Vatterott Builders Co., St. Louis.

More About Leeland Taft Eaton:
Burial: Skaggs Cemetery, Shoal Creek, Crawford County, MO
Occupation: Construction Laborer

vii. Viola Kemile White, born 07 Jun 1920 in Goodland, Iron County, MO; died 15 Aug 2002 in Bonne Terre, St. Francois County, MO. She married Henry Jacob Sikes; born in Madison County, MO.

Notes for Viola Kemile White:
The Daily Journal - St. Francois County, Park Hills, MO
Aug. 16, 2002

Obituary:

Bonne Terre -- Viola Kemile Sikes, 82, of Bonne Terre, passed away Aug. 15, 2002, at St. Joe Manor in Bonne Terre. She was born June 7, 1920, in Ironton, daughter of the late John and Vina (Nelson) White. Also preceded by her husband, Henry Jacob Sikes; son, Danny Sikes; daughter, Etta Gavan.

She was a member of Little Vine Baptist Church in Fredericktown.

She is survived by one son, Donald Sikes (Judy) of Terre du Lac; one daughter, Margie Reynolds (Chris) of Terre du Lac; 15 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; one sister, Corda Bell Womack of Park Hills.

Visitation 5 p.m. Friday at C.Z. Boyer and Son Funeral Home in Desolge. Funeral services 11 a.m. Saturday at C.Z. Boyer and Son Chapel in Desloge with Rev. Lindell Sikes officiating. Burial, Little Vine Cemetery in Fredericktown. Memorials: Mercy Hospice.

More About Viola Kemile White:
Burial: Little Vine Cemetery, Fredericktown, Madison County, MO

More About Henry Jacob Sikes:
Occupation: Laborer @ McDonnell-Douglas

viii. Violet Cardelie White, born 07 Jun 1920 in Goodland, Iron County, MO; died 07 Sep 1920 in Goodland, Iron County, MO.

More About Violet Cardelie White:
Burial: Pilot Knob Cemetery, Pilot Knob, Iron County, MO
Grave Site: Buried Pilot Knob Cemetery, Pilot Knob, Iron County, MO

ix. Oval Carl White, born 07 Jun 1920 in Goodland, Iron County, MO; died 02 Sep 1920 in Goodland, Iron County, MO.

More About Oval Carl White:
Burial: Pilot Knob Cemetery, Pilot Knob, Iron County, MO
Grave Site: Buried Pilot Knob Cemetery, Pilot Knob, Iron County, MO

x. Martha Wilma White, born 21 Aug 1922 in Goodland, Iron County, MO; died 15 Apr 1924 in Goodland, Iron County, MO.

More About Martha Wilma White:
Burial: Pilot Knob Cemetery, Pilot Knob, Iron County, MO
Grave Site: Buried Pilot Knob Cemetery, Pilot Knob, Iron County, MO

xi. Corda Belle White, born 24 Dec 1925 in Elvins, St. Francois County, MO. She married Lawrence Walter Womack 10 Jan 1946 in Flat River, St. Francios County, MO; born 23 Apr 1924 in Flat River, St. Francois County, MO; died 09 Jul 1984 in Flat River, St. Francois County, MO.

Notes for Corda Belle White:
The following notice of Marriage License application was published in the Lead Belt News newspaper of Flat River, St. Francois County, Missouri, on Friday, January 18, 1946. The date published below is the date the license was issued and may or may not be the actual date of marriage.

Jan. 10 -- Lawrence Womack and Corda Belle White, Flat River.

Notes for Lawrence Walter Womack:

Obituary:

Lawrence Walter Womack of Flat River died July 9, 1984 at his residence at the age of 60. He was born April 23, 1924 in Flat River to the late Edward and Minnie (Morris) Womack.

He is survived by his wife, Corda Belle (White) Womack of Flat River; two sons, Larry Womack of Overland and Nelson Womack of Carrollton, Mo.; four sisters, Maple Reed of Flat River; Macy Byers of Sweet Springs; Goldie Young of Flat River and Jewell (Mrs. Leon) Hutchings; two brothers, Vernon Womack of Elvins and Lester Womack of Leadington.

Mr. Womack was a veteran of World War II.

Services were Wednesday, July 11 at 2 p.m. at Caldwell Chapel with Rev. Elbert Mason officiating.

Interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery under the direction of Caldwell Funeral Home.
More About Lawrence Walter Womack:
Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Leadington, St. Francois County, MO
Military service: Bet. 06 Feb 1943 - 30 Nov 1945, U.S. Army, Servered in World War II stationed in Attu.
Occupation: Construction Laborer

(7) Martha Belle Nelson born 18 Sept 1886; died 9 Dec 1925 Middlebrook, St. Francis Co., MO She married Charles Mogust Martin 07 Nov 1905 in Iron County, MO, son of James Martin and Mary Ivy. He was born 10 Sep 1881 in Quaker, MO, and died 28 May 1959 in Middlebrook, MO.

Children of Martha Nelson and Charles Martin are:
i. Bessie May6 Martin, born 27 Oct 1906 in Redmondville, MO. She married Herbert O. Scott.
ii. Lettie Myrtle Martin, born 28 Jan 1908 in Redmondville, MO; died 29 Oct 1983 in Middlebrook, MO. She married William Winder.
iii. Beulah Agnes Martin, born 16 Feb 1909 in Redmondville, MO. She married James Franklin Jones 11 Mar 1928; born 27 Dec 1904 in Doe Run, St. Francios County, MO; died 23 Mar 1983 in Flat River, St. Francois County, MO.

Notes for James Franklin Jones:
James Jones Obituary

James Franklin Jones, Flat River, died March 23, 1983 at the age of 78. He was born Dec. 27, 1904 in St. Francois County to the late Marion and Millie Cartee Jones. He was preceded in death by two sisters: Elizabeth Reeder and Ethel Bartley, two brothers: Gilbert Jones and Homer Jones and two great-grandchildren.

Mr. Jones was a member of the Assembly of God Church at Iron Mountain.

He is survived by his wife, Beulah Martin Jones of Flat River, four daughters: Ruth Anna Belle Ballew of Farmington; Betty (Mrs. Robert) West of Arcadia; Glenda (Mrs. James) Brown of Creve Coeur; and Marie (Mrs. Alfred) Green of Flat River, five sisters: Anna Hurst of Doe Run; Ellen Olesen of Elvins; Pearl Haulcraft of Elvins; Bertha Morris of Ironton and Jetta Jones of Bismarck, one brother, Jesse Jones of Bismarck, 11 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

Friends may call today at 6 p.m. at the Bryson Funeral Home at Pilot Knob. Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday at the Assembly of God Church at Iron Mountain with the Rev. Dean Heady officiating, assisted by the Rev. Elbert Mason and the Rev. Earl Baker. Burial will be in Arcadia Valley Memorial Park.


More About James Franklin Jones:
Burial: Arcadia Valley Memorial Park, Iron County, MO
iv. Arnold Ralph Martin, born 18 Sep 1918 in Redmondville, MO. He married Josephine Boscio.
v. Charles Murman Martin, born 17 Jan 1917 in Redmondville, MO; died 16 Feb 1917 in Redmondville, MO.
vi. James Madison Martin, born 10 Aug 1910 in Redmondville, MO; died 10 Dec 1976. He married Eula Short.
vii. John Murah Martin, born 16 Feb 1913 in Redmondville, MO; died 01 Jan 1966. He married Mabel Politte.
viii. Melba Eileene Martin,
born 08 Jan 1923 in Redmondville, MO; died 1988. She married (1) Charles Lashley. She married (2) Felix Hamelbach

(8) Margaret Burnetta Nelson born 26 Oct 1888 Iron Co., MO; died 14 June 1965 Iron Co., MO . She married Andrew Jackson Keith 24 Dec 1905 in Iron County, MO, son of J. Keith and Mariah. He was born Abt. 1875, and died 1944.

More About Margert Burnetta Nelson:
Burial: Keith Cemetery, Goodland, Iron County, MO

Notes for Andrew Jackson Keith:
Ozark Hills Friends and Neighbors 1829 - 2000 - East Central Missouri Ozarks - Ozark Heritage - Volume Four
by Ken Fiebelman

Keith Cemetery Listing p. 183.

Keith, Andrew Jackson; m. Margaret Bernetrie "Nettie" Nelson, ch.: Mildred Eschemann (Dupo IL), Willie Margaret (bur. Sunet Hill Cem., Potosi, m. Fred Louis Moon), Willard Lee (4/25/1914, Goodland - 11/21/1986, Ironton, bur. Arcadia Valley Mem. Park, m. Nobie Whited, 4/13/1946, dau., Betty Jean Lollar), Leonard, Rash, Jessie Wilbur (1/30/1909 near Bixby - 1/24/1974, Middlebrook, bur. Eidson Cem., Belleview, m. Elzada Lucinda Camden, 12/9/1939), Delmar, Leo, & Edward

More About Andrew Jackson Keith:
Burial: Keith Cemetery, Goodland, Iron County, MO

Children of Margert Nelson and Andrew Keith are:
i. Leonard6 Keith.
ii. Wilbur Keith, born 30 Jan 1909 in Bixby, MO; died 24 Jan 1974 in Middlebrook, Iron County, MO. He married Elzada Lucinda Camden 09 Dec 1939; born 17 May 1904 in Goodland, Iron County, MO; died 17 Aug 1984.

More About Wilbur Keith:
Burial: Eidson Cemetery, Belleview, Iron County, MO

Notes for Elzada Lucinda Camden:
Ozark Hills Friends and Neighbors 1829 - 2000 - East Central Missouri Ozarks - Ozark Heritage - Volume Four
by Ken Fiebelman

Barton Cemetery Listing p. 41.

Camden, John "Shanky John" s/o Acy Camden; m. Marilene Barton, ch.: 6 sons - Art (Flat Rock IL), Jesse (Eminence), Susie L., Lola Harris (St. Charles), Delmer Alice, Martha, Elzada "Zadia" Lucinda (5/17/1904, Goodland - 8/17/1984, m. Mathaniel Thomlinson, m. Jesse Wilbur Keith, 12/9/1939, both bur. Eidson Cem., Belleview MO, mother of 3 daus.: Linda Keith, Helen Mae Thomlinson - 8/24/1923, Flat River - 10/18/1997, Ironton bur. Eidson Cem., -m. Studdard, m. Smith, & Lucille Gurley), Nora Myrtle (m. Jim Inman), Delsie (m. Bob Linson).

More About Elzada Lucinda Camden:
Burial: Eidson Cemetery, Belleview, Iron County, MO

iii. Margert Keith, born Abt. 1912. She married (1) Fred Louis Moon. She married (2) Arnold M. Henson.

More About Margert Keith:
Burial: Sunet Cemetery, Potosi, Washington County, MO

iv. Willard Keith, born 25 Apr 1914 in Goodland, Iron County, MO; died 21 Nov 1986 in Ironton, Iron County, MO. He married Nobie Whited 13 Apr 1946.

More About Willard Keith:
Burial: Arcadia Valley Memorial Park, Arcadia, Iron County, MO

v. Delmar Earl Keith, born 10 Oct 1916 in Goodland, Iron County, MO; died 17 Dec 2002 in Iron Mountain Lake, St. Francois County, MO. He married Mildred Ruth Moyer 17 Jun 1940; died 20 Jul 1961.

Notes for Delmar Earl Keith:
Obituary
The Mountain Echo, Ironton, Iron County, MO

Delmar Earl "Huck" Keith, of Iron Mountain Lake, passed away December 17, 2002, in Farmington, at the age of 86.
He was born October 10, 1916, in Goodland, Missouri, the son of the late Andrew Jackson and Burnette Nelson Keith.
On June 17, 1940, he was united in marriage to Mildred Ruth Moyer, who preceded hi, in death on July 1961. Also preceding him in death were three sisters, Margaret Moon, Mildred Eschmann, and Cynthia Keith, and five brothers, Wilbur, Willard, Leonard, Raish, and Herman.

Surviving are three children, James Moyers of San Gabriel, California, Joyce Bonds of Fredericktown, and Dennis Keith of Iron Mountain Lake, two brothers, Edward Keith of Bismark, and Leo Keith of Marble Hill, ten Grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Funeral services were December 19, 2002, from Bryson Funeral Home, with Rev. jeff Fields officiating. Interment was in the Arcadia Valley Memorial Park.

More About Delmar Earl Keith:
Burial: 19 Dec 2002, Arcadia Valley Memorial Park, Arcadia, Iron County, MO

vi. Rash Keith.
vii. Edward Keith. He married Pauline Smith.
viii. Annie Keith.
ix. Mildred Louise Keith. She married Charles L. Hillman.

Notes for Mildred Louise Keith:
LEAD BELT NEWS, Flat River, St. Francois Co. MO, Fri. April 25, 1941
MARRIAGE LICENSES
April 19--Charles L. Hillman, Flat River and Mildred Louise Keith, Arcadia.

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#10 William Jackson
Birth 1850 Jackson Co., TN

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#11 Thomas Jackson
Birth 1855 Jackson Co., TN





Known child of Enoch Jackson and Mary Ann Mahaney-Hix
#1 Cynthia Ann Jackson
Birth 22 Aug 1877 Jackson Co. TN
Death 5 May 1955 Whitlttleyville,TN; burial Hix Hollow Cemetery, Jackson Co., TN
Marriage: Never married




ENOCH JACKSON FAMILY BIBLE
Courtesy of Reda Bilbry, Jackson County, TN

America A. Swarngim born December the 1 1835 and was mared August the 21 1866
F. M. Jackson born Feburary the 29 1868
F. M. Jackson and M. H. Wallace was married April the 15 1872
Loranzio Jackson was born July the 16 1868
M. F. Jackson was born December the 31 1870
Sama Darrell Jackson was born July the 21 1886 (Sama had been inserted between M. F. & Cintha Ann, written in blue ink)
Cintha Ann Jackson born August the 22 1877
H. A. Tucker born Dec the 26 1886
B. L. Tucker born March the 5 1887
Silas Jackson born September the 24th 1853
Cintha Catherine Jackson born June 13 1855
Enoch Jackson born December 30th 1858
**Note** written in the border beside the name Francis M. Jackson is written Exbict A - probably should be Exhibit A**
Francis M. Jackson born June 16 1847
G. W. Jackson born June 16 1847
Rasha Jackson born June 1st 1862
Wm. H. Tucker born June 11 1849
Thomas B. Tucker born April 16 1856
Luverna Jackson born Mar 25 1858
Martha Jackson born Sept 8 1859
Rasha Jackson born July 4 1842 James T. Sutton born May the 16 1866
Margret T. Sutton born Sept 13 1867 an dide October 14th 1868
William Sutton born January the 18th 1872
Fanney Sutton born January the 18th 1872
Alfred Jackson born August the 4 1863
A.D. Sutton born March the 26 1869

Deaths:
Enoch Jackson departed this life October the 1 1872
Centhia Jackson departed this life Dec the 1st 1872
Enoch Jackson departed this life Dec 20 1889
Rebecka Jackson did Nov 7 1867
Elizabeth Jackson dide July 12th 1868
Rashe Jackson departed this life September the 18 1874
Rasho Jackson died Oct 26 1845

On another sheet of paper in this bible was written the following:
Wesley Jackson born 25 Dec 1888
Luther Jackson born Mar 7 1890
Laly Jackson born May 5 1893
Wayne Jackson born 23 Apr 1895
Gurstel Jackson born 25 Nov 1899
Thurman Jackson born Oct 14 1899
Ernest Jackson born 29 Dec 1927 (believe it should be 1907)


ENOCH JACKSON
Settlement of Estate 1893 pg. 547-550
J. V. Hawkins vs. Thos Tucker etal
Jackson County, Tennessee

To the Honorable Wm. T. Smith Judge of the 5thJudicial Circuit of Tennessee presiding in Gainesboro Jackson County Tennessee:

The bill of complaint of J.V. Hawkins a citizen of Jackson County, Tennessee against Thomas Tucker and Cynthia Jackson of Jackson County, Tennessee, Polly Curtis and her child ______Curtis of the state of Missouri, Sallie Jackson of Illinois, Patsy Nelson and her husband ___Nelson of the state of Missouri, Sy Jackson heir of Lizzie and ___Jackson of Illinois, Marion Jackson of parts unknown:

Your Orator would most respectfully represent and will show your Honor that Enoch Jackson died in Jackson County, Tennessee many years ago intestate leaving Mary Ann Jackson his widow and relict and that he died seized and possessed and owned infee simple of the following described land tract, lying and begin in the 9th Civil District of Jackson County, Tennessee, on the waters of Blackburn Fork of Roaring River. Beginning at a poplar, beech and chestnut on a high ridge, thence South 34 poles to a poplar in the Northern boundary line of a survey in the name of Shankling now owned by Wm. R. Gentry, thence East with said boundary 48 poles to a poplar the N E corner of said tract, thence South with the East boundary line f said tract 50 poles to a beech and dogwood the South East corner of same, thence East 128 poles to a beech, thence 150 1/3 poles to a stake, thence West 176 poles to a stake, thence South 19 poles to the beginning. Containing by estimation 100 acres.

2nd tract beginning on a stake the South West corner of H. H. Hamilton land and about 2 poles West of Mary Smith’s North East corner of her 200 acre survey running thence West with Mary Smith’s line 222 ½ poles to a hickory and poplar, thence North 61 poles to a stake in Wm. Webb’s South boundary line, thence East 80 poles to a post oak Webb’s South East corner, thence North with said line 92 poles to a chestnut Webb’s East boundary line, thence East with conditional line made between Joshua Young and John F. Hawkins to H. H. Hamilton’s line, thence South to the beginning containing by estimation 75 acres.

Your Orator charges that the widow of said interstate was entitled to a Dower interest in said land as such conveyed her entire interest in said lands to Your Orator for a valuable consideration which conveyance will be filed on or before the hearing and which Dower interest Your Orator ____immediately in possession of and has held possession of same ever since.

Your Orator further charges that the Delft’s of this bill are Ruth Jackson and her husband ___Jackson, Henry Tucker, Barbary Jackson, Marion Jackson, Race Jackson are the children and heirs at law of said Enoch Jackson and each entitled to share in said real estate herein described as tenants in common.

Your Orator has purchased the shares of Rutha Jackson and husband ___Jackson, Henry Tucker, Barbary Jackson, Marion Jackson and Race Jackson and Wash Jackson and will file their respective conveyance on or before the hearing and as they have each parted with their interest in said lands, hence he does not deem it necessary or proper to make them parties def’ts in the bill

Your Orator charges that def’t Cynthia Jackson is a minor without General Guardian, she having a one eleventh interest in said land.

Your Orator charges that said lands so described are not susceptible of advantageous partition in kind, but that it is manifestly to the interest of all concerned to have the remained interest in said land sold (subject to the life interest of the widow now belonging to Your Orator) as it would be impossible to divide said lands into 11 equal shares or parts and provide for each good houses with building sites, water, wood, cultivatable lands.

Your Orator charges that it would be to the manifest interest of all the heirs to have the lands sold for partition and distribution of proceeds.

Your Orator further charges that said Enoch Jackson was not indebted to any amount and hence it will not be necessary to have said lands sold for the payments of debts.

The previous considered, Your Orator prays that this bill be filed and that the parties named in the caption hereto be made def’ts. Let process issue for resident def’ts and publication be made to no resident def’ts. Let them each answer this bill not under oath. Let a Guardian Adlitum be appointed to defend this suit for the minor def’t. Let said lands be sold upon a credit of 1 & 2 years except15 percent to be paid in cash to pay cost and expenses. Let all such orders referencing decrees __be had as will be necessary under the facts herein set forth and for general relief. B. H. Butler Sols for complaint.
State of Tennessee Jackson County
Personally appeared before me the undersigned who makes oath in due force of law that the parties mentioned in foregoing bill as recorded are correct according this information & belief subscribed this aff’t Sep. 26 1893 B. H. Butler.

We go security for cost in this cast…Duke Allen – X (his mark); Seth Maberry X (his mark)

Endorsed filed Sept 16, 1893 Clay Reems Clk
State of Tennessee Jackson County: To the Sheriff of said County:
Greetings: Summon Thomas Tucker, Cynthia Jackson, to personally appear before the Judge Court of Jackson County at the Court House in Gainesboro Tennessee on the 1st Monday of Nov 1893 to make defense to complainant’s bill in the case of J. V. Hawkins against Thomas Tucker & etal lately filed in our said Circuit Court for partition & herein fail not this Oct. 2, 1893

Clay Reems, Clk:
Endorsed 2 Oct 1893 Clay Reems Clk.
Came to hand same day issued & executed in full except Cynthia Jackson & giving Thomas Tucker copy of bill This Oct 31, 1893
Signed W. H. Brooks, Shff.

Report of the Clerk:
J. V. Hawkins vs. Thomas Tucker Etal
In this case the clerk in obedience to the order of reference herein pronounced at the present term of this court reports that he sat in the court room on Thursday Nov 16, 1893 according to the order herein and took the deposition of J. J. Gentry, H. B. Genty and J. V. Hawkins touching upon said question and from said proof I report that the said lands described in the pleadings in this case owing to its locality no. of shares, etc. in which to share therein are not susceptible of advantageous partition in kind but that it is manifestly to the interest of all concerned to sell land for distribution of proceeds. I also report that seventy-five dollars is a fair minimum price for said land sold upon a credit of one and two years except 15 percent to be paid in cash on day of sale (see deps of J. J. Gentry, H. B. Gentry) I also report that the complainant J.V. Hawkins purchased the interest of Nancy Jackson, Angeline Jackson, Rachel Tucker, Wm. H. Tucker, F. M. Jackson, Oracio Jackson on Aug 17 1893 which interest represents 3 while shares in said lands. He also purchased G. W. Jackson and Angeline Jackson interest Sept 27, 1892 which represents one whole share. He also purchased one whole share from Barbary Sutton April 22, 1893. He also purchased the Dower interest of the Widow Mary Ann Jackson. Said interest so purchased being 5 whole shares (there being 11 shares in all) and Dower interest complainant filed his respective conveyance for said interest as exhibited to his deposition. All of which I respectfully submit to the Hon. Court as Nov term 1893. Signed Clay Reems Clk.

Endorsed: Filed Nov 16, 1893 Clay Reems Clerk
Note Mr. John Vandorn Hawkins bought this land for $75.00. There was 175 acres in all. When all was said and done the cost of the Court was paid out of the $75.00 and B. A. Butler’s fee was $15.00 also $ 10.00 was paid to John Cole for being guardian for Cynthia a minor.


FINAL VERIFICATION
26 Aug 2004:
Sent to the following for review/proof reading:
Reda Bilbry: Info received & included with above records
Ronnie Dunn: Concerned about Enoch’s mother: Elizabeth Oxendine (given orally by elderly family member) vs Elizabeth
Gibson (proven by testimony given withi Cherokee Application) Did William marry twice?
Nelson Womack: Info received & included with above records


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