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51 1900 Census: Family was in Carter County, TN, 2nd District. Living with them were two grandchildren - Callie J. and Daner (Daniel?) L. JOHNSON Alexander (I3821)
 
52 1910 Census
Crittenden County, KY, name was listed as Mack Walker

1918 - 1919 War Record, Crittenden County, Kentucky Council of Defense
Arby Walker, Seaman 2nd Class, white, home address of Tribune, KY. Single, aged 22.
Entered into service Feb 1 1918 at Indianapolis, IN. Received at camp Great Lakes in the Naval Reserves
Transferred to U. S. San Francisco and served in the War Zone from May 1918 to Dec 17, 1918.
Discharged Jan 30, 1919.

1930 Census
Arby, wife Gertrude and 3 children KY/Crittenden/Bells Mines/District 14

1941 Arby was living in Marion at the time of his sister Gladys' death.

1943
Rosie E. Hall (1882 - 1943) was living with her syster Mrs. Arby Walker when she died in Marion, KY.

1952
Gertrude filed for divorce from Arby Walker on June 25, 1952. At the time he was a "non-resident of Kentucky".

Arby was arried twice, per B. Jerome in e-mail dated Jan 2007. 
WALKER Arby Mack (I3878)
 
53 1910 Census
Sister Kissiah and Martha are in the same household in Forsyth County, GA, Settendown District. 
BRUCE Martha (I4563)
 
54 1910 Census KY/Crittenden/Magistrate District 52. She stated she had 3 children, but that none were living

2007: Jamile has copy of Lula's death cert (from M. Walker) 
CRIDER Lula Saran (I3870)
 
55 1910 Census shows Fannie had 3 children and that 2 were still living.

1941 At the time of her sister Gladys' death, Clarra was living in Weston, KY. 
WALKER Clarra B. (I3884)
 
56 1917 he was in Gainesville, FL when he registered for the World War. He was employed as assistant manager for the J. Y. McCrea Company in jacksonville.

1930 Census
In Jacksonville, Duval Co., FL and owned a retail jewelry store. He said he was a veteran of World War I.

1935 Florida Census: Everett Sr and wife Margaret, son Everett Jr., dughter Margaret, and mother-in-law Mary. Address was 214 E 4th Street, Jacksonville, Duval Co., FL 
NEWBERRY Everett Raymond (Sr.) (I4985)
 
57 1917, Nov 12 Crittenden County, KY Deed Book 38, page 140
Gipson Taylor, Blackford, KY conveys to Fannie Walker, for the sum of $1, all his right, title and interest to two tracts of land: Tract #1 contains 12 1/2 acres...beginning at Ed Towery's corner. Tract #2 contains 4.1/4 acres, being land inherited by first party (Taylor) from his father, Jas. G. Taylor dec's. Recorded Nov 15, 1917.

1941:
Fanny was widowed and living in Greens Chapel at the time of her daughter Gladys' death in 1941. The obituary for Gladys mentioned that she had a half sister, Mrs. Robert Gahagen of Sturgis, but does not explain if she was a daughter of Hugh or Fanny. 
TOWERY Frances Carrie (I3877)
 
58 1920 Census
Brazoria County, TX, Township East Columbia, Name of Incorporated place was West Columbia, Eneumerated Jan 7 1920
Thomas Wetherell age 43 naturalized 1901. Born England, parents born in England
Zilpha, wife, age 35, b: AL, parents born AL
Henry Brown, step-son age 18 born AL, father b TN, mother B AL
Allen Brown, step-son, age 15 "
Flora Brown, Step-dau, age 11 "
Shirley Brown, step-son, age 9 "
Etherell Brown, step-son, age 7 "
Charley Brown, step-son, age 4 "
 
WETHERELL Thomas W. (I2534)
 
59 1920 Census
See information for husband Thomas Wetherell.
 
LOWE Zelphia Ann (I1268)
 
60 1930 Census
Allen was a lodger with Willard and Martha Dancer. Harris County, TX, image 89 at Ancestry.com He was 24 years old and was married and he was a field forman for Pipe Line Company. Living with him was his wife Louise, age 24, born in LA.

Allen and Louise met in the hospital in Houston where he spent a year recovering from a gas explosion. He had also been injured at age 14 while he was climbing through a fence pulling his shot gun. 
BROWN Allen H. (I1274)
 
61 1930 census says Millie King had 10 children, and that 9 were still living. UNKNOWN Millie Elizabeth (I3790)
 
62 1930 census shows her dad was born in Tennessee and her mom was born in Mississippi. SMITH Annie L. (I1737)
 
63 1930 census shows that Ida's parents were both born in Alabama.

Later in life, she loved to play Chinese checkers. Had to watch her, though, as she loved to cheat at Chinese checkers and then laugh about it. 
KING Ida Mae (I2444)
 
64 1930 Census: Conway, Horry County, SC
Was living with his wife "Ludie", 5 children, and his divorced brother Charley Williams. 
WILLIAMS Henry Tillman (I3120)
 
65 1930 Federal Census shows she was born in 1911.

From Geraldine Lunday Dec 1 2006: Mother feels sure she was born in 1916, though her school records show 1917. She went to live with her sister Eva in Washington, DC, but she was in school when she did that. When she returned, Grandma gave them the wrong year. It was never corrected.

Died Friday, August 22, 2008 approximately 7:30 p.m. at the home of her daughter, Geraldine Lunday, where she had been living for the past year and a half. Funeral was Sunday, August 24, 2006 at Bluff Springs Baptist Church in Ashland, MS. Funeral arrangements were made by Holly springs Funeral Home, Holly Springs, MS.

Obituary from Daily Journal Newspaper dated August 24, 2008
Alice Johnson
ASHLAND - Alice May Johnson, 91, died Friday, August 22, 2008, at her home in Ashland. She was born Dec. 24, 1916 in Memphis to James Wesley Parker and Catherine Ware Parker. She was a homemaker and a member of Bluff Springs Baptist Churgh.
Services will be 2 p.m. today at Bluff Springs Baptist Church with the Rev. Faron Ash officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Holly Springs Funeral HOme is in charge of the arrangements.
Survivors include one son, John Johnson of Atlanta; two daughters, Vivian Massey of Collierville, Tenn, and Geraldine Lunday of Ashland; seven grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild. She is preceded in death by her husband, Troy Johnson, and a son, William Johnson.


 
PARKER Alice May (I2445)
 
66 1940s - Owned a news stand with James Coplin Sims in Alabama when he got out of high school. They sold newspapers, peanuts, and candy bars. BIALAS Robert E. (I1187)
 
67 1946 Marriage Record, book 192, page 169 Family F0486
 
68 1960 Census
Ann and sister Eloise were with dad and step-mom Rhoda KY/Crittenden/District 1/City of Camp Creek 
BURTON Ann E. (I3889)
 
69 1st grade teacher for 25 years at Walnut Grove, MO LOONEY Anna (I0978)
 
70 2006 lives in Granbury, TX. LOONEY Zola May (I4770)
 
71 9/10/05 at PRINCE reunion, Ruby Jean told me Florida had 8 children.

Florida and her husband Felix raised Ben and Josie Sims after their parents, Henry Claude and Silvanie Sims, died in their 30's. 
SIMS Florida Arline (I1314)
 
72 9/1813 enlisted Rhea Co. as a private in Co. under Capt James Preston in the Regt. of East TN Vol. commanded by Col. John Brown LOONEY Moses (I0868)
 
73 ?? Found a marriage license for a Margaret Ann Walker and Jeremiah M. Hamby, Crittenden County, KY Jan 15 1873. WALKER Margaret A. (I4434)
 
74 ??? Mahala may have married a second time: John Q. A. Saucer, Crittenden County, KY Nov 27 1873. WALKER Mahala E. (I4433)
 
75 Abner, a son, was born ca. 1812 in North Carolina and lived in North Carolina; Jefferson County, Alabama; Wood County Texas; Rains County Texas; and Hunt County, Texas. He married on August 18, 1831 in Alabama to Mary Brown who died May 28, 1851 in Rains County, Texas . Abner was married twice more. He died in Wolfe City, Hunt County, Texas in 1864. Many of Abner's descendants still live in Texas. They still spell the name Cozby. (source: records of Robert F. Cozby, Austin, Tx).  COZBY Abner (I1744)
 
76 According to 1930 census, Samuel was not a veteran.

1930 Census: Shelby County, TN, Part of Civil District 6, Ward 13, City of Memphis, Block 492 - 493.

1920 Census: McCracken County, KY, part of Magisterial District, Precinct 8. 
JOHNSON Samuel Noah (I2443)
 
77 According to an account by William Gaines Looney : Michael Looney, his brother Jonathan Looney and Benjamin (about 35) went buffalo hunting northwest of Black Mountain in Harlan County, Kentucky. On their return, when near Cumberland Gap, they noticed some "whet rocks" where they had been exposed by the uprooting of a tree during a storm. It was late in the day and they did not stop, because they susupected the presence of Indians from the behavior of their horses, but pushed on some distance before camping. Next morning while backtracking for the whet rocks they were attacked. Ben was wounded and Johnathan captured. Sometime later while Ben was resting, perhaps mortally wounded, an Indian killed him, and Michael escaped with nothing but his flint-lock rifle and on charge which he needed to get food during the three day and night return trip on foot. (Johnathan escaped much later, after he was gradually permitted increased liberty of movement.) LOONEY Benjamin (I0289)
 
78 According to family tradition Benjamin married Sol Holder's sister, her name is not known. In 1830 he is listed in census in Franklin Co., TN. He moved to Missouri in the 1840's. They came through Kentucky, Illinois, and St. Louis, Missouri about 1847. He was in Cass Township of Green Co., MO in 1850 a widower and 5 children listed in the 1850 census. He was in Greene Co., MO on June 30, 1870, when he made an affidavit that his brother, Arthur G. Looney served two tours in the War of 1812 to 1815. Benjamin went to Texas, near Gainesville, probably after 1870. LOONEY Benjamin III (I0427)
 
79 According to J. Humphrey Feb 2007, Hugh and Rosie lived in Florida a while after the kids were grown. After Hugh died, Rosie moved to Evansville, IN. She lived there when she died.  ARFLACK Rosa Bell (I4146)
 
80 According to Kenneth O. Sims in June 2005, Reuben Little's house still stands in Blount County, about half way between Remlap and Village Springs directly across Highway 75 from the land deeded to Beverly H. Sims in the 1870 Blount County, AL deed.  LITTLE Reuben Lafayette (I1719)
 
81 According to Kenneth Sims 6/7/2005, the spelling of Cynthia has taken on several forms. Kenneth has records in her father's hand in his bible and on papers written by her father as various forms of Syntha Ann, Sinthy, etc. She was known as Syntha Ann or Sinthy Ann and sometimes with a C. Kenneth's father's original social security application has it Syntha. An entry in 1937 in the pulpit bible at the Village Springs Methodist Church shows her death with an "S". The church no longer exists, but Kenneth says he understands the bible is in the possession of the Palmerdale United Methodist Church in Palmerdale, AL. Stories say she signed Cynthia on a deed, but Kenneth has not seen the proof.  LITTLE Cynthia Ann (I1356)
 
82 According to Kenneth Sims, Ester's grandaughter (name?) had the Baird-Sims bible in 2005. SIMS Esther (I1330)
 
83 According to Kenneth Smith (5/2005) James' estate is mentioned in the estate records of Benton County, AL on March 10, 1843 and on April 12, 1843.

Census 1820
Not confirmed, but found what looks like James, Nancy, and two sons SC/Greenville County

Census 1830
Could not identify James and Nancy. Looked at all soundex SIMS in SC, GA, and AL.

Census 1840
Could not identify James and Nancy. Looked at every page in AL/Benton County where he died in 1843.

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From: K. Sims Dec 2006 There is no will that I know of. I think that he died intestate. I have a copy of the estate package which is basically nothing but an inventory and results of the estate sale. Hutson's name is on it (as Hudson) as well as his brother Henry and Garrison Sims who went to Cherokee County Ga. and who might have been a brother. I have speculated that perhaps the Sims' came from Cherokee County, Ga. before 1843. It's almost like Garrison "returned home".

Someone evidently tried to file a suit (which was evidently never brought) at some point ( perhaps around 1843) to which the county sheriff R.S. Porter was made a
part as administrator. R.S. Porter was ordered by the court s in 1849 to file a final accounting . R.S. Porter responded in a statement to the court. I have
a copy of this statement stating that the estate was basically worthless. This is also in the estate package.

There also, oddly enough, is an estate settlement in Cherokee County, AL. (Cherokee is only about one or two miles from where the Sims' lived in Benton) around
1850 for a James Sims whose wife is also Nancy. Does not appear to have any other relationship to ours.
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SIMS James (I1346)
 
84 According to marylu@urbans.us, Elizabeth Littleton had two husbands. John Looney was her second husband. LITTLETON Elizabeth (I0691)
 
85 According to Mrs.Craig, there were 4 children born to this couple. All 4 children were born in TX. FERGUSON Russell (I2901)
 
86 According to Peder, Lady Jane Fleming's mother was the daughter of the illegitimate child of James IV of Scotland and Lady Agnes Stewart, his cousin! FLEMING Lady Jane (I3642)
 
87 Adopted

1930 Federal Census: living in Shelby County, TN, Memphis district 44. James is here, along with 8 children. The youngest is a daughter who is 0/12 years old (newborn). Wife is not in household at the time of the census recording. 
PARKER James Wesley (I2446)
 
88 Adopted

Walked with a cane

From Geraldine Lunday Dec 1 2006: Grandma Parker had twins that died. One died before the other of colitis. 
RENSHAW Catherine Elisabeth (I2447)
 
89 After marrying they lived for a while in Georgia. About 1855 they moved south into Florida first settling in Clay County, then relocating to Waldo, Alachua Co., FL. NEWBERRY Jabish Winder (I5083)
 
90 Albert was a founder of Clanton, Chilton County, AL according to R. Reid of Montgomery. BAKER Alfred (I4581)
 
91 Alma and Neal were married May 14, 1940 in Piggott, Arkansas[from Stoddard Divorce records], then divorced on May 7, 1945. [Stoddard County Court records, book 17, page 96]. Alma and James were married May 8, 1945 in Arkansas, then divorced. They remarried June 25, 1947 in Arkansas. Alma and Neal remarried about 1967. You read this correctly; she was married twice each to two different men.

Jamile has a copy of the divorce papers from 1945 (Neal Dennison).
The second divorce (James Sims) was in Ensley, Jefferson Couty, AL, by attorney Herond Lowe.
The third divorce (James Sims) was in Bessemer, Jefferson Couty, AL on June 5, 1967, Record Number 23017.

Alma's birth certificate was not applied for until 1943, at which time she applied for an official "delayed" certificate in Stoddard County, MO. As proof of her age, she presented three pieces of information: an insurance policy with Prudential, a State of Illinois driver's license number 2-230-517, and an affidavit signed by her mother, Martha Walker. She was 27 at the time she applied for this birth certificate. Certificate number was 137206 issued April 26, 1943.

June 1947 Alma suffered a miscarriage and lost two male babies. She and James had divorced and she was living in Missouri. After the miscarriage, James went to Missouri to see her, and they decided to get married for a second time.

Cemetery lot: North half of Lot 181, along with Neal Dennison. Rainey-Mathis Funeral Home, 125 West Stoddard, Dexter, MO 63841, 573.624.4533 6/13/02: Chris Mofield said we could stop by Rainey Funeral Home when we visit Dexter and someone will take us out to the site. Chris said he did not find Martha or William Bailey Walker, but Vicci Sweeney knows for a fact that Martha is buried there.

Alma said that her family's house burned when she was a small child, while they were away on a picnic.

From Vicci Medler Sweeney in 2002: Clayborn Landers was her love and solemate when he left for WWII. While he was away, Alma married Neal Dennison. When Clayton returned from the war, Alma divorced Neal, thinking that she could then marry Clayton. However, while away during the war, Clayton had decided to become a minister, and he would not marry Alma because she was now a divorced woman.

Alma lived with her brother Theo and his family in Bakersfield, CA during the mid 1940's.

From Mildred Walker September 2002: Thanks for the picture of Granny Walker. I love that picture of her. She was about 59 or 60 when that was taken. Harman was overseas - France, Germany, etc. - and Granny lived with me that year in Dexter. Your mother, Alma, was working for Mr. Thompson's Studio in Dexter and took this picture of her. I fixed her hair and took her down to the studio. She's so pretty in this picture.  
WALKER Alma Hortense (I1850)
 
92 Also listed as Naomi Lula Pippin. May be buried at Oak Bowery Church, Alexander, AL per R. Mulkey. PIPPIN Nancy Lulla Neoma (I3235)
 
93 Ancestor of Brigham and Earlshall. BRUCE Alexander (I3709)
 
94 Ancestor of Bruce of Powfoulis. BRUCE Andrew (I3713)
 
95 Anderson was living in Noxuba County, MS in July 1855 at the time when his father's estate was settled.

1860 he was in Lawrence County, AL and was a volunteer for the First Alabama militia. Source: Alabama Tories: The first Alabama Cavalry by Hoole. 
LOONEY Anderson Marion (I0276)
 
96 April 2006 B. J. Jerome searched for a marriage license for Jim and Mary Walker in Crittenden County, KY. She found the entry from the marriage register, but no license in the original marriage records.  Family F0839
 
97 April 2006 from James Sims: Many years ago, Yule went to Ida Bell Bruce's house to see her and she wasn't at home. He went inside and looked in her refrigerator thinking he would make himself a snack and wait for her. He found some "hash" in the refrigerator and a fresh baked loaf of bread so he made himself a sandwich. When Ida Bell returned home she told Yule he had eaten her dog's food.

April 2006 from James Sims: Euell married a school teacher. 
WOODYARD Euelle (I2479)
 
98 April 21, 1855
Desha County, Ark.
James M. Guest, William Guest, Wade Hampton and wife Adaline, and William Summers and wife Martha Jane appoint Andrew J. Guest, Attorney, to receive inheritance from the estate of their grandfather, Moses Guest. They are the children of John M. Guest late of Desha County, Ark.

April 30, 1855
Same persons as above receive $1,000 coming to the heirs of John M. Guest, heir at law of Moses Guest. A. J. Guest signs receipt on their behalf.

August 8, 1855
Desha County, Ark
Andrew J. Guest is appointed guardian for Mary & George W. Guest, minors under 21, to collect and receive all monies due them. [Were these additional children of John M. Guest?] 
GUEST John M. (I4723)
 
99 April 21, 1855, Desha County, AR
Mary, wife of John Guest, named her relation Andrew Jackson Guest of Desha County, her attorney in acquiring her inheritance as an heir of Moses Guest, decd. Wit: W. D. Neely, J. P. J. M. Guest. 
UNKNOWN Mary (I4735)
 
100 April 24, 1917 enlisted in Anniston, AL for the World War. He was 19 years old at the time. The application shows he was living in Clanton, AL at the time. He was discharged on June 17, 1919, with no injuries received in action.

1920 Census Crop Roy Bruce was living in Leeds, Jefferson County, AL He and a wife named Edith and sons Robert and Charles lived next door to Robert and Thelma Bruce. Robert was Cropp Boy's brother.

From an e-mail from Patti to Linda and Ina on 6/26/02: Does your Mom remember what Crop's wife's name was? the one he tried to do in?

From an e-mail from Linda to Howard on 7/25/02: I found Robert D and Thelma Bruce in Leeds Alabama, just where they were suposed to be BUT right next door was Roy Bruce with a wife, Edith, sons; Robert and Charles. Robert is 6 so he was born in about 1914 before WWI. So, Howard is it possible for you to go to the County Court House and look into Marriage Records to see if Cropp Roy married an Edith in about 1913 to 1914. There is a chance that Robert could be hers and not theirs but very doubtful. Could sure use this information. Also, if you could check on a divorce after 1937.

From an e-mail from Linda to Jamile on 7/25/02: He had just got out about 1937 to 1939 for cuting a woman's throat, think it was his wife and he did about 11 years. Which means that he would have been in the pen when the 1930 census was taken. His SS number was issued in 1932 in Pen and I remember reading that some of the first SS# were isssued to prisoners. So there is a very good chance that he was in prison in Pen. Mom remembers him and a woman, most likey his wife, and at least one child, a girl, showing up at their place in Leeds. Mom remembers Granny saying "after that she went back to him" or words to that effect. This was not Anna May and Leroy's mother. So by 1942 they were not together. He was in Brooklyn area and living with Anna May's mother. They were married years later, just before she or he died. Probably had to wait for a divorce to come through. Anna May remembers her dad saying he did 11 years, someting about doing time for his boss and tax money. Sure that this is the same time but for differnent reasons. Unless someone else did it and he took the blame. Could have happened that way but doubt it. Howard is going to look for information. Might ask your Dad or Harry if they know anything about Cropp Roy, he went by Roy, and what went down. Would have been in the late 20's. I am sure that by 1938 or 1939 both boy's would have been gone from home so that is why they might not have showed up at Granny and Grandad's and that is why Mom doesn't remember them. They weren't there.

From Ina Andre, September 2004: Copy of military enlistment card showing residence of Clanton, AL. Enlisted in Anniston, AL on April 24, 1917, at the age of 19 years, as a Private. Honorably discharged on June 17, 1919.

From Raymond Bruce in 2005: Moved to Flushing, NY about 1945.
About 1948 moved to Six Mile Run, PA; did not have running water, no electricity, and had an outhouse.
About 1951 worked as a baker in a private boys school in Lakeville, CT. Then he decided to open his own bakery. It did well and he moved just over the state line to Millerton, NY. There, he did well until a fire. He had no fire insurance. From there, he moved his family to Newburgh, NY around 1953. He got a job at a hotel in New Windsor, but that closed in a few years. He then went to work for a college in Dutchess County, on the other side of the Hudson River where he opened his own bakery, again. 
BRUCE Cropp Roy (I0059)
 

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