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9951 William Gordon H. Hammond
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Birth: Nov. 10, 1810
Death: Aug. 11, 1893


Family links:
Parents:
Benjamin Christopher Hammond (1784 - 1853)
Mary Rhoads Cooper Hammond (1787 - 1864)

Spouse:
Mary Ann Tyner Hammond (1815 - 1879)

Children:
William Gordon Hammond (1845 - 1871)*

*Calculated relationship


Burial:
Old Hammond Cemetery
Holly Springs (Marion County)
Marion County
Mississippi, USA

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Record added: Jul 26, 2010
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HAMMOND, William Gordon H (I794)
 
9952 William H Hobbs, "United States Social Security Death Index"
About this collection
first name: William
middle name: H
last name: Hobbs
name suffix:
birth date: 22 October 1911
social security number: 425-07-9143
place of issuance: Mississippi
last residence: Adams, Mississippi
zip code of last residence: 39120
death date: 11 September 1994
estimated age at death: 83 
HOBBS, William Horace (I759)
 
9953 William II (Old Norman: Williame II; c.?1056 – 2 August 1100), the third son of William I of England, was King of England from 1087 until 1100, with powers over Normandy, and influence in Scotland. He was less successful in extending control into Wales. William is commonly known as William Rufus, perhaps because of his red-faced appearance.[1]
Although William was an effective soldier, he was a ruthless ruler and, it seems, was little liked by those he governed: according to the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, he was "hateful to almost all his people and odious to God."[2] However, chroniclers tended to take a dim view of William's reign, arguably on account of his long and difficult struggles with the Church: these chroniclers were themselves generally products of the Church, and so might be expected to report him somewhat negatively. His chief minister was Ranulf Flambard, whom he appointed Bishop of Durham in 1099: this was a political appointment, to a see that was also a great fiefdom. The particulars of the king's relationship with the people of England are not credibly documented. William was roundly denounced in his time and after his death for presiding over what was held to be a dissolute court, in terms which, in modern times, have raised questions over his sexuality.[a] In keeping with Norman tradition, William scorned the English and their culture.

William upon the death of his father William I revceived England, his brother Robert Curthose received Normandy, and Henry received 5000 pounds of Silver

William was killed by an arrow in the New Forest 
ENGLAND, William II "Rufus" King Of (I5266)
 
9954 William J Daughdrill, "United States Census, 1910"

name: William J Daughdrill
birthplace: Mississippi
relationship to head of household: Self
residence: Beat 2, Lawrence, Mississippi
marital status: Married
race : White
gender: Male
immigration year:
father's birthplace: South Carolina
mother's birthplace: South Carolina
family number: 59
page number: 4
Household Gender Age Birthplace
self William J Daughdrill M 69y Mississippi
wife Willie J Daughdrill F 63y Mississippi 
DAUGHDRILL, William James (I705)
 
9955 William J Daughdrill, "United States Census, 1910"

name: William J Daughdrill
birthplace: Mississippi
relationship to head of household: Self
residence: Beat 2, Lawrence, Mississippi
marital status: Married
race : White
gender: Male
immigration year:
father's birthplace: South Carolina
mother's birthplace: South Carolina
family number: 59
page number: 4
Household Gender Age Birthplace
self William J Daughdrill M 69y Mississippi
wife Willie J Daughdrill F 63y Mississippi 
DAUGHDRILL, William James (I705)
 
9956 William J. (Wid) /KNIGHT/ and Emily had no children KNIGHT, William J. (Wid) (I9208)
 
9957 William Jack in the 1930 United States Federal Census
Name: William Jack
Birth Year: abt 1885
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birthplace: Colorado
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Home in 1930: Precinct 4, San Juan, New Mexico
Map of Home: View Map
Dwelling Number: 80
Family Number: 78
Home Owned or Rented: Rented
Home Value: 40
Radio Set: No
Lives on Farm: No
Age at First Marriage: 21
Attended School: No
Able to Read and Write: Yes
Father's Birthplace: Alabama
Mother's Birthplace: Virginia
Able to Speak English: Yes
Occupation: Manager
Industry: Coal Mine
Class of Worker: Wage or salary worker
Employment: Yes
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Household Members:
Name Age
William Jack 45
Clara Jack 42
Vernon Jack 20
Earl Jack 18
Irene Jack 16
Sylvan Jack 13
Nelson Jack 12
Clarence Jack 10
Fay Jack 7
Alden Jack 5
Edna Jack 2
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Will Jack in the 1940 United States Federal Census
Name: Will Jack
Respondent: Yes
Age: 55
Estimated birth year: abt 1885
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birthplace: Colorado
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Home in 1940: Fruitland, San Juan, New Mexico
Map of Home in 1940: View Map
Farm: NO
Inferred Residence in 1935: Rural, La Plata, Colorado
Residence in 1935: Rural, La Plata, Colorado
Resident on farm in 1935: Yes
Sheet Number: 7A
Number of Household in Order of Visitation: 99
Occupation: Miner
House Owned or Rented: Rented
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented: 12
Attended School or College: No
Highest Grade Completed: Elementary school, 3rd grade
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census: 0
Duration of Unemployment: 4
Class of Worker: Wage or salary worker in private work
Weeks Worked in 1939: 4
Income: 80
Income Other Sources: No
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Household Members:
Name Age
Will Jack 55
Clara A Jack 52
Nelson Jack 21
Clarice Jack 19
Fay Jack 17
Edna Jack 13 
JACK, William Jefferson (I37036)
 
9958 William Jones Brunt
Birth: Oct. 7, 1872
Virginia, USA
Death: Apr. 28, 1940
Collins
Covington County
Mississippi, USA

Family links:
Parents:
Peter Elbert Brunt (1837 - 1910)
Rebecca Jones Brunt (1837 - 1914)

Spouses:
Nannie M. Kitsinger Brunt (1879 - 1905)
Hattie Elizabeth McNease Brunt (1873 - 1918)
Tressie Bell Evans Buchanan (1883 - 1963)

Children:
Infant Brunt (1900 - 1900)*
Wallace Rudolph Brunt (1909 - 1967)*
Vera Brunt Thurman (1913 - 2000)*
Ena Brunt Stewart (1916 - 1973)*
Bertha Lee Brunt Ginn (1923 - 2004)*

*Point here for explanation


Burial:
Antioch Cemetery
Prentiss
Jefferson Davis County
Mississippi, USA

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Record added: Jun 05, 2010
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BRUNT, William Jones (I415)
 
9959 William Lee Dunaway
Birth: 1899
Death: 1932

Burial:
Morgantown Cemetery
Morgantown (Marion County)
Marion County
Mississippi, USA

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Record added: Feb 08, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47809075


 
DUNAWAY, William Lee (I820)
 
9960 William Pleasant Tisdale Must have been married twice: File in Ancestry .com Indicates his first Marriage was abt 1812 to "La Coh Hah La" Born 1790 in South Carolina, and she dies 1818, She may have been Native American. TISDALE, William Pleasant (I18965)
 
9961 William Rufus Warwick's Workd War i Draft card was filed in Childress county Texas, he stated he was born in Carthage, Mississippi 8 May 1895, at this time he was single and farming,. signed 5 Jun 1917 Family F2666
 
9962 William S. /WADE/ was farmer and Baptist Minister. He served as pastor of the Big Creek Baptist Church 20 Feb 199 to 15 Jan 1915 and again 19 Jan 1918 to 17 Oct 1920.

1990 Census Mississippi, Jones county, Laurel Lists William C. Wade ahe 41, wife Francis E. 37, Maryam M. 18, Viola P. 16, Pearley S. 14, Danial J. 11, Barby 8, Virgy 7. Maybell 4, William H. age 1. 
WADE, William Seaborn (I9654)
 
9963 William S. Camp was located in the 1870 Census in Choctaw County of Mississippi, age 14 living with his Father John T. Camp age 36, born in Alabama and what appear to be his step mother Martha age 33, and her daughter Mary Lamb age 8, and his two half brothers John W. age 2, and Avery S age 7 months. William was born in Alabama; all others were born in Mississippi.

The 1850 census indicated that John T. Camp then age 16 (The father of William S. Camp) was living in Baldwin County AL, which is between Pensacola, FL and Mobile AL with his father S. T. Camp age 43 born in GA, his mother Mary age 36 born in Tennessee, and three sisters Margaret 12, Mary M. 10, and Ellen 6, and baby brother William T.B.M. age 1.

By the 1880 Census John T Camp, 47 is living in Boon, now Boonville, Logan County, Arkansas, with wife Martha J. 43, and sons John Wes 12 and Avery S 10. William S. who would now be about 24 is not living with his father.

The 1900 census of Barber, Scott County Arkansas Lists William S. Camp age 44, born Sep 1855 in Alabama, with wife Millie age 31, born Oct 1869, in AR, and six children, John T. 14, b Jul 1885; William J. 13 b Aug 1886, Grady B. (f) 7, b May 1893, Sidney 5, b Aug 1894; Corina 2 (f), b Jul 1897; and Orbin 5 months, b Dec 1899. The separation in ages of his children (6 years) and the 13 years difference in age of his wife Millie may indicate he had two families by two different wives.

The 1910 census of Barber, Logan County Arkansas ( the Scott county-Logan county boundary changed in 1905) lists William S. Camp age 53, born in Louisiana, father born in NC, and mother born in Alabama, with wife Millie B. age 41, born AR, Sidney (m)14, Corina (f) 12, and Orbra (m) 10, Clifford 7, Grace 5, and Fern 1 and 4 months. .

The 1920 census of Barber, Logan County, Arkansas lists: William S. Camp age 63, born in Alabama, father born in Alabama, and mother born in Alabama, with wife Millie B. age 59, born AR, Cornie L. (f) 22, Cliford A. 17, Grace G. 14, Ferne D. 10 and Arnel G. (m) age 8. Also listed in close by is son Orbmy R. Camp age 20 and wife Elsie Camp age 17. Also living in Logan county AR is another son Cidney (Sidney) 24 and his wife Bertha A age 21 .


1930 Census Barber, Logan county, Arkansas lists William S Camp age 73 born Alabama; wife Millie age 61 born AR, and son Arnold C. age 19. Living close by and on same census page is Clifford Camp age 28, wife Bessie age 24, Freeman (m) 8, Echoneal (f) 6 and Delphine (f) ? 2.

Boon aka Boonville, Arkansas and Barber Arkansas are very close together, 5.6 miles apart, and the county boundaries of Scott and Logan changed over time. 
CAMP, William S. (I22285)
 
9964 William served as Supertindebt of Education ofteh Jones County Schools System, in Mississippi POWELL, William Bernard (I13559)
 
9965 William served in the CSA Company B, 7th Mississippi, Inf.

Family Listed in the 1860, 1870, and 1880 Census of Jones county 
ELLZEY, William Henry Harison (Bill) (I8863)
 
9966 William served in the War with Mexico. He died in Oklahoma MARTIN, William (I30380)
 
9967 William the Conqueror was king of England from 1066 to 1087

William I of England (1027 [1] –September 9, 1087), better known as William the Conqueror (French: Guillaume le Conquérant), was Duke of Normandy from 1035 and King of England from 1066 to his death. William is also referred to as "William II" in relation his position as Duke of Normandy, and particularly before the conquest of England, he was known as "William the Bastard" because of the illegitimacy of his birth.[2]
To claim the English crown, William invaded England in 1066, leading an army of Normans to victory over the Anglo-Saxon forces of Harold Godwinson (who died in the conflict) at the Battle of Hastings, and suppressed subsequent English revolts in what has become known as the Norman Conquest.[3]
His reign, which brought Norman culture to England, had an enormous impact on the subsequent course of England in the Middle Ages. In addition to political changes, his reign also saw changes to English law, a programme of building and fortification, changes to the vocabulary of the English language, and the introduction of continental European feudalism into England.

English succession
Upon the death of the childless Edward the Confessor , the English throne was fiercely disputed by three claimants -- William, Harold Godwinson, the powerful Earl of Wessex, the Viking King Harald III of Norway, known as Harald Hadråda. William had a tenuous blood claim, through his great aunt Emma (wife of Ethelred and mother of Edward). William also contended that Edward, who had spent much of his life in exile in Normandy during the Danish occupation of England, had promised William the throne when William visited Edward in London in 1052. Finally, William claimed that Harold had pledged allegiance to him in 1064. William had rescued the shipwrecked Harold from the count of Ponthieu, and together they had defeated Conan II _Duke_of_Brittany, Count of Brittany. On that occasion, William knighted Harold, and deceived him by having him swear loyalty to William over the concealed bones of a saint.[7]
In January 1066, however, in accordance with Edward's last will and by vote of the Witenagemot, Harold Godwinson was crowned King by Archbishop Aldred.


The son of the powerful Anglo-Saxon Earl Godwin of Wessex, Harold Godwinson (also Godwineson) was a strong political and military leader in his own right. The Godwins were in frequent opposition to the francophile king, Edward the Confessor, whom Harold served as chief minister for more than 12 years. Edward allegedly named William of Normandy as his heir in 1051; however, on his deathbed, the old king evidently chose Harold to succeed him. Godwinson wasted no time in getting the Witenagemot to confirm his kingship and took the throne the day after Edward's death. He was to be the last Anglo-Saxon king of England.


Upon the death of the childless Edward the Confessor , the English throne was fiercely disputed by three claimants -- William, Harold Godwinson, the powerful Earl of Wessex, the Viking King Harald III of Norway, known as Harald Hadråda. William had a tenuous blood claim, through his great aunt Emma (wife of Ethelred and mother of Edward). William also contended that Edward, who had spent much of his life in exile in Normandy during the Danish occupation of England, had promised William the throne when William visited Edward in London in 1052. Finally, William claimed that Harold had pledged allegiance to him in 1064. William had rescued the shipwrecked Harold from the count of Ponthieu, and together they had defeated Conan II _Duke_of_Brittany, Count of Brittany. On that occasion, William knighted Harold, and deceived him by having him swear loyalty to William over the concealed bones of a saint. In January 1066, however, in accordance with Edward's last will and by vote of the Witenagemot, Harold Godwinson was crowned King by Archbishop Aldred.

Norman Invasion
Meanwhile, William submitted his claim to the English throne to Pope Alexander II , who sent him a consecrated banner in support. Then, William organized a council of war at Lillebonne and openly began assembling an army in Normandy. Offering promises of English lands and titles, he amassed at Saint-Valery-sur-Somme a considerable invasion force of 600 ships and 7,000 men, consisting of Normans, Bretons, French mercenaries, and numerous foreign knights. In England, Harold assembled a large army on the south coast and a fleet of ships to guard the English Channel
Victorian era statue of William the Conqueror, holding Domesday Book on the West Front of Lichfield Cathedral.

Fortuitously for William, his crossing was delayed by weeks of unfavourable winds. William managed to keep his army together during the wait, but Harold's was diminished by dwindling supplies and falling morale with the arrival of the harvest season. Harold also consolidated his ships in London, leaving the English Channel unguarded. Then came the news that the other contender for the throne, Harald III of Norway, allied with Tostig Godwinson, Harold Godwinson's brother, had landed ten miles from York; Harold was forced to march against them.

William commissioned all his counselors for the compilation of the Domesday Book, which was published in 1086. The book was a survey of England's productive capacity similar to a modern census.

William also ordered many castles, keeps, and mottes, among them the Tower of London 's foundation , which were built throughout England. These ensured effectively that the many rebellions by the English people or his own followers did not succeed.

His conquest also led to French (especially, but not only, the Norman French) replacing English as the language of the ruling classes for nearly 300 years. Furthermore, the original Anglo-Saxon culture of England became mingled with the Norman one; thus the Anglo-Norman culture came into being.

William is said to have eliminated the native aristocracy in as little as four years. Systematically, he despoiled those English aristocrats who either opposed the Normans or who died without issue. Thus, most English estates and titles of nobility were handed to the Norman noblemen. Many English aristocrats fled to Flanders and Scotland; others may have been sold into slavery overseas. 
NORMANDIE, Guillaume I "Le Conquberant" De (I1786)
 
9968 William W Ballard
United States Census, 1940
birth: 1902 Mississippi
residence: 1940 Justice Precinct 5,​ Duval,​ Texas,​ United States
spouse: Mary E Ballard (Maiden Name: Mary Elizabeth Aycock)
child: W Carroll Ballard (William Carroll Ballard)
 
BALLARD, William Carroll (I635)
 
9969 William W. Knight age 20and his wife Sarah age 23 and infant daughter is listed in the1850 Census of Jones County Misssippi. Other Knights are listed on same Census page. Previous research shows William died in 1862, (Was he in Civil War?)

IAW "The Knights of Jones County Mississippi and the Family who Left", indicates one record indicates William W. Knight died in 1862, but he is listed on the 1870 Census, but the 1880 census does not list him.

1860 Census Longview, Ashley County, Arkansas indicates: W.W. Knight age 28, born Mississippi, wife Jane 35 GA, Mary 12 born MS; A.L. (f) MS, Thomas 8 MS; M. Knight (f) age 5 MS; F. Knight (f) age 3 born in Arkansas.

1870 Census Hanburg, Mill Creek Township, Ashley County, Arkansas lists: William Night age 41 born Mississippi, Sarah 43, born Georgia; Mary 21 MS , Marthy 18 MS, Felix 15 MS , Millie 14 MS ; Thomas 8 AR ; Sarah 5 AR ; Francis 1 AR

W. W. Knight served in the Confederate Army as a Private in Company F, First Battalion, Arkansas Infantry from 1861 until 1863, per document signed by John Ferguson, Arkansas History Commision 
KNIGHT, William W. (I554)
 
9970 William Wesley Sumrall b 1840 was 2nd Lt to famous Capt Newton Knight , and was closely connected to George "Clean Neck" Knight and at age 68 he married "Clean Neck's" daughter Molly who was age 24. William Wesley had been widowed by teh deathof his 1st wife Nancy Emaline Collins. SUMRALL, William Wesley (I14191)
 
9971 William Winchester
in the U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014
Name:
William Winchester

SSN:
429-12-9194

BORN:
23 Sep 1921

Died:
Jul 1963

State (Year) SSN issued:
Arkansas (Before 1951)



William F Winchester
in the U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current

Name:
William F Winchester

Birth Date:
26 Sep 1921

Death Date:
23 Jul 1963

Cemetery:
Benton County Memorial Park

Burial or Cremation Place:
Rogers, Benton County, Arkansas, USA

Has Bio?:
Y

Spouse:
Martha Maxine Winchester

URL:
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-... 
WINCHESTER, William F. (I57919)
 
9972 Willie A. Graham
Birth: Jul. 26, 1888
Death: Dec. 23, 1967

Burial:
Tylertown Cemetery
Tylertown
Walthall County
Mississippi, USA

Created by: janine mcquiston
Record added: Jul 08, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 93286173


 
GRAHAM, Willie A. (I1503)
 
9973 Willie Buddy Dunaway
Birth: Mar. 11, 1886
Death: Sep. 19, 1959

Burial:
Woodlawn Cemetery
Columbia
Marion County
Mississippi, USA

Created by: Earl Alexander
Record added: Apr 03, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13842859


 
DUNAWAY, Welton W. (I807)
 
9974 Willie Jane Castilaw Daughdrill
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Birth: Jun. 14, 1836
Mississippi, USA
Death: Aug. 20, 1933
Lawrence County
Mississippi, USA


Family links:
Spouse:
William James Daughdrill (1841 - 1919)*

Children:
John Turner Daughdrill (1867 - 1946)*
Rebecca Daughdrill Ballard (1870 - 1922)*
William Hezekiah Daughdrill (1871 - 1946)*
George Washington Daughdrill (1875 - 1965)*

*Calculated relationship


Burial:
New Hope Cemetery
Monticello
Lawrence County
Mississippi, USA

Created by: Ann Berry McNair
Record added: Aug 09, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40460929



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CASTILAW, Jane (I706)
 
9975 Willie Jane Castilaw Daughdrill
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Birth: Jun. 14, 1836
Mississippi, USA
Death: Aug. 20, 1933
Lawrence County
Mississippi, USA


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Spouse:
William James Daughdrill (1841 - 1919)*

Children:
John Turner Daughdrill (1867 - 1946)*
Rebecca Daughdrill Ballard (1870 - 1922)*
William Hezekiah Daughdrill (1871 - 1946)*
George Washington Daughdrill (1875 - 1965)*

*Calculated relationship


Burial:
New Hope Cemetery
Monticello
Lawrence County
Mississippi, USA

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Created by: Ann Berry McNair
Record added: Aug 09, 2009
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CASTILAW, Jane (I706)
 
9976 Wilma Rose Boyd Ballard
Birth: Jun. 11, 1907
Death: Jan. 17, 1983

Married 23 June 1923


Family links:
Parents:
Clifton E. Boyd (1878 - 1947)
Dolly Barnett Boyd (1879 - 1917)

Spouse:
Shirley Ballard (1901 - 1979)

Note: marker with Shirley Ballard

Burial:
New Hope Cemetery
Monticello
Lawrence County
Mississippi, USA

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Created by: Amy Hogan
Record added: Aug 04, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 94797811


 
BOYD, Wilma Rose (I1729)
 
9977 Wofford, Robert Henry 41039854
b. Sep. 1, 1859 d. Dec. 8, 1904 Hillside Cemetery
Cuero
DeWitt County
Texas, USA

The burial date is estimated, because it was common pratice in the early 1900's to bury a person very soon after their death. This note added 17 Oct 2012.


 
WOFFORD, Robert Henry (I1269)
 
9978 World War 1, Draft Registration, 1917-1918, Hinds County, Mississippi
Birth: 28 Oct 1900 
MOBLEY, Bryan W (I1603)
 
9979 World War Draft Card 1917-1918 list Ira Kimber Culler's address as 1036 North Liberty Street, Winston Salem, NC, Ocupation as barber.


1930 Census North Carolina, Stokes County, Yadkin List: Ira K. Culler (m) age 31, Occupation listed as barber; wife Ethel M age 32, James C. 8, Gleeris M. 7, Margarett K. 5, and Mary R 
CULLER, Ira Kimber (I24207)
 
9980 World War I Draft registeration Card Lists David Walter Richardson age 42 lived Henderson, Rusk County, Texas Birth Date 21 Sep 1875, Race White. Nearest Relative Mrs Dumaer Richardson, 3 Henderson, Rusk, Texas. He is listed as being a self employed, Farmer, having Bad Eyes, Dated 9/12/18.

1900 Census Texas, cherokee county, Justice Precinct 5 Lists Walter Richardson age 24 b Sep 1875 wife Dun* age 24, b sep 1875 Texas, and son Archa D. age 3 b Nov 1896

1920 United States Federal Census
about Walter D Richardson
Name: Walter D Richardson
Home in 1920: Henderson, Rusk, Texas
Age: 44
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1876
Birthplace: Texas
Relation to Head of House: Self (Head) [Head]
Spouse's Name: Dumaer Richardson
Father's Birth Place: Georgia
Mother's Birth Place: Georgia
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Sex: Male
Home owned: Own
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members: Name Age
Walter D Richardson 44
Dumaer Richardson 44
Archie Richardson 21
Harvey Richardson 18
Ruth Richardson 16
Irvin Richardson 14
Ishmer Richardson 12
Inez Richardson 8
Horrace Richardson 2 [2 4/12]

1930 United States Federal Census
about Walter J Richardson
Name: Walter J Richardson
Home in 1930: Precinct 1, Rusk, Texas
Age: 54
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1876
Birthplace: Texas
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse's Name: Sarah Richardson
Race: White

Household Members: Name Age
Walter J Richardson 54
Sarah Richardson 54
Archey D Richardson 32
Hollis Richardson 12 
RICHARDSON, David Walter (I7725)
 
9981 World War I Draft registration Card 1917-1918, Lists Matt Bailey Knight, Hardin County, Texas, birth date 21 Feb 1890, Race is Caucasian, he is self employed farming near Batsom Texas, he has w ife and 2 children.


Social Security Death Index Lists Matt Knight born 21 Feb 1890 Died Aug 1971 Lasy residence 70669 Westlake, Calcasieu, Louisiana, USA SS No. 440-03-2271 
KNIGHT, Matthew Bailey (I31437)
 
9982 World War I Draft Registration Card Lists; Albert Le Roy Taylor, birt date 14 Cay 1887 , Caucasion , birth place Utah, USA, Age 30, lived at 122 K street, Salt Lake, Utah, Ocupation is instructor, at State University, he supports a wife and child. Born in Logan, Utah

1920 Federal Census Utah, Salt Lake County, Salt Lake cith Ward 5 Lists: Albert L. Taylor age 31, born Utah, father born Vermont, Mother born England, ocupation Professor, University wife Rachel Smith age 29, born Utah father born Missouri, mother born England. Mariam daughter age 4 6/12 born Utah, born abt 1915; Albert age 3 10/12 born Utah abt 1916.




Social Security Death Index list Albert Taylor born 14 May 1887, and died in Utah Jan 1963 
TAYLOR, Albert Le Roy (I26072)
 
9983 World War I Draft registration card was signed 5 Jun 1916 in Childress county Texas, he stated he was born in Carthage, Mississippi on 8 May 1895, he was farming and single and tall and slender.


1930 Census Colorado Alamosa County, Alamosa lists William Warwick as age 34 and he was a lodger, he was a lineman, for Publis Service Electric company, born in Mississippi, and both parent were born in Georgia 
WARWICK, William Rufus (I7471)
 
9984 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Robert E. Lee Smith
City: Jackson
County: Hinds
State: Mississippi
Birthplace: Mississippi;United States of America
Birth Date: 16 Jun 1890
Race: White
FHL Roll Number: 1682928
DraftBoard: 0 
SMITH, Robert E. Lee SMITH (I1178)
 
9985 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 about Felix Dam Knight
Name: Felix Dam Knight
County: Carroll
State: Mississippi
Birthplace: Mississippi;United States of America
Birth Date: 2 Oct 1892
Race: Caucasian (White)
FHL Roll Number: 1682705

1900 United States Federal Census about Felix Knight
Name: Felix Knight
[Felix Kinght]
Age: 8
Birth Date: 1892
Birthplace: Mississippi
Home in 1900: Beat 1, Carroll, Mississippi
[Carroll]
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Son
Marital Status: Single
Father's Name: Daniel Knight
Father's Birthplace: Mississippi
Mother's name: Nancy Knight
Mother's Birthplace: Mississippi
Occupation: View on Image
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Household Members:
Name Age
Daniel Knight 51
Nancy Knight 31
Lewis Knight 10
Felix Knight 8

1910 United States Federal Census about Felix Knight
Name: Felix Knight
Age in 1910: 11
[17]
Birth Year: abt 1893
[1893]
Birthplace: Mississippi
Home in 1910: Beat 2, Carroll, Mississippi
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relation to Head of House: Son
Marital Status: Single
Father's Name: D M Knight
Father's Birthplace: Mississippi
Mother's name: Nancy Knight
Mother's Birthplace: Mississippi
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
D M Knight 61
Nancy Knight 43
Felix Knight 11
[17]
James Knight 9




1930 United States Federal Census about Felix D Knight
Name: Felix D Knight
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1893
Birthplace: Mississippi
Race: White
Home in 1930: Malvern, Hot Spring, Arkansas
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Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse's Name: Nora E Knight
Father's Birthplace: Mississippi
Mother's Birthplace: Mississippi

Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Felix D Knight 37
Nora E Knight 37
Felix D Knight 10
Louis T Knight 6
Billy Knight 3 
KNIGHT, Felix Daniel (I23338)
 
9986 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 record for
Lonnie Lee Williamson
County: Lawrence
State: Mississippi
Birth Date: 24 Jun 1885
Race: White
FHL Roll Number: 1682934
DraftBoard: 0

Source Citation: Registration Location: Lawrence County, Mississippi; Roll: 1682934; Draft Board: 0.



 
WILLIAMSON, Lonnie Lee (I460)
 
9987 WW I Draft card Vernon Nathaniel Sumrall listed his address as Soso, Jones, Mississippi and his nearest relative as Marella Somrall RFD 4 Soso, Mississippi SUMRALL, Vernon Nathaniel (I15167)
 
9988 WW I draft registration says he was born in Sontag, Mississippi. Sontag is located in the upper Northwest corner of Lawrence County Mississippi, near the border of Lincoln County. Draft registration says he was born in Sontag, Lawrence, Mississippi. SMITH, Charles Haddon Spurgeon (I1176)
 
9989 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Hardy Buell Dunaway
Name: Dunaway, Hardy Buell
Birth Date: 23 Jul 1896
Birth Place: he & dad b. Foxworth MS
City/County: Marion
State: MS
Ethnicity: W
 
DUNAWAY, Hardy Buell (I805)
 
9990 WWI Draft Reg. shows top: Benjamin Harry Dunaway; Signature looks like
Benjamin Henry Dunaway:

Mississippi, Find A Grave Index, 1798-2011
about Benjamin H Dunaway
Name: Benjamin H Dunaway
Birth Date: 11 Feb 1897
Age at Death: 74
Death Date: 27 Oct 1971
Burial Place: Morgantown (Marion County), Marion County, Mississippi, USA
 
DUNAWAY, Benjamin Harrison (I821)
 
9991 WWI Shows birth date of 2 July 1886, place of birth as noted in record. Wife and 2 children, works as a fireman. BREEDEN, Porter Virgil (I196)
 
9992 WWI veteran PFC Artillery

1900 Census Arkansas, Marion County, Water Creek Lists: Strip H. Camp age 60 b Feb 1840, North Carolina, Wife Mandy T. age 28 b Jan 1872 Arkansas, Parents both born Tennessee; son Augustas age 1 b Jan 1899 Arkansas (The birthdate and age for Strip Hill Camp disagrees with 1860 Census)

1910 Census Arkansas, Marion County, Water Creek Lists: Nancy T. Camp; Augustas 11, Blane 9 (f) , Floyd 6,Prudy 5 (f) , and Latham or Logan 2 (m)


1930 Census California, San Bernadino, San Bernadino lists Gus Camp 31 b Arkansas, wife Mary 28; and daughter Tazalee age 2 1/12

Name: Gus Camp
Service Info.: PVT US ARMY WORLD WAR I
Birth Date: 16 Jan 1899
Death Date: 29 Jun 1964
Service Start Date: 5 Aug 1917
Interment Date: 1 Jul 1964
Cemetery: Alexandria National Cemetery, LA
Cemetery Address: 209 East Shamrock Street Pineville, LA 71360
Buried At: Section B Site 3716 
CAMP, Gus (I10168)
 
9993 Z T Bragg
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Birth: Oct. 26, 1848
Death: Jun. 25, 1919
Mississippi, USA


Inscription:
Father
Jesus has come and borne thee home beyond the stormy blast


Burial:
Breeden Cemetery
Utica
Hinds County
Mississippi, USA

Created by: SFO
Record added: May 22, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52704745


 
BRAGG, Zachary T (I1279)
 
9994 ~SEALING_SPOUSE: Also shown as SealSp 18 Jun 1994, BOISE.
 
Family F16937
 
9995 ~SEALING_SPOUSE: Also shown as SealSp 9 Jan 1871, EHOUS.
 
Family F16725
 

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