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151
Gravestone Photo<br>
RACKLEY Dawl Julian and <br>
SMITH CLEVENGER RACKLEY Dorothy June Hope<br>
Atoka Cemetery, Atoka, Coleman Co, TEXAS
Gravestone Photo
RACKLEY Dawl Julian and
SMITH CLEVENGER RACKLEY Dorothy June Hope
Atoka Cemetery, Atoka, Coleman Co, TEXAS

Date: 1954
Place: Lovington, Lea Co, NEW MEXICO
Originally posted by Carol HOCH at FindAGrave.com
 
 
152
HAMILTON ELLIOTT Mattie A (Martha Ann)
HAMILTON ELLIOTT Mattie A (Martha Ann)
Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Sandra Brookshire Behne]
Mattie A.
Wife of
I. B. Elliott
Born
Sept. 24, 1844
Died
Jan. 6, 1905
[end] 
 
153
HANEY Cora Lee
HANEY Cora Lee
Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Sandra Brookshire Behne]
Cora Lee Haney
[unable to read]
[end] 
 
154
HARDING Dott
HARDING Dott
Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Sandra Brookshire Behne]
Dott
Son of
J. F. & E. M.
Harding
Born
Nov. 2, 1904
Died
Nov. 3, 1904
[unable to read]
[end] 
 
155
HARGROVE MITCHELL Sarah Ann <br>
Contributed by RAY Rita
HARGROVE MITCHELL Sarah Ann
Contributed by RAY Rita

Date: unknown
Place: unknown
Originally posted by Rita RAY at Ray-2012_2012-02-14 @ Ancestry.com [S164] 
 
156
HEDGCOXE Henry Oliver
HEDGCOXE Henry Oliver
Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com.]
[Contributed by Barton WILLIAMS.]
HENRY OLIVER
HEDGCOXE
SEPT. 30, 1868
APR. 26, 1931
[end] 
 
157
HOFFMAN BIRDWELL Sarah E. 'Sallie'
HOFFMAN BIRDWELL Sarah E. "Sallie"
Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Debbie ]
Mother
Sallie Birdwell
1858 - 1938
In after-time we'll meet her
[end]
 
 
158
JENNINGS Fred B. Sr.<br>
Obituary Photo <br>
Abilene Reporter News [Newspaper] <br>
Abilene, Jones & Taylor County, TEXAS<br>
03 August 2011
JENNINGS Fred B. Sr.
Obituary Photo
Abilene Reporter News [Newspaper]
Abilene, Jones & Taylor County, TEXAS
03 August 2011

Date: unknown
Place: unknown
Originally posted at Abilene Reporter-News
 
159
JENNINGS WILLIAMS Cynthia Ann
JENNINGS WILLIAMS Cynthia Ann
Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com.]
[Contributed by Barton WILLIAMS.]
BELOVED MOTHER
CYNTHIA ANN
WILLIAMS
MAR. 29, 1938
AUG. 6, 2000
[end]
 
 
160
JOEL CURRY FAMILY by Carol Freeman
JOEL CURRY FAMILY by Carol Freeman
History of Coleman County and Its People, A
Edited by Judia and Ralph Terry, and Vena Bob Gate 1985
[Source 132]
 
 
161
KEGANS John Hamilton 'Hamp'
KEGANS John Hamilton "Hamp"
Contributed by Meredith LANE
Descendant of Solomon Parker and Celia BECKWITH PARKER 
 
162
KEGANS, John Hamilton <br>
1849 - 1926 <br>
Row E, North to South F
KEGANS, John Hamilton
1849 - 1926
Row E, North to South F

Status: Located; Source: Lawrence Parker ADAMS, 22 April 2009 visit 
 
163
KELLY Paul Alton
KELLY Paul Alton
Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Sandra Brookshire Behne]
Paul Alton Kelly
Born
Oct. 24, 1901
Died
Oct. 18, 1902
[unable to read inscription]
[end] 
 
164
KINCAID Albert Sidney
KINCAID Albert Sidney
Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Ralph Terry]
Albert Sidney
KINCAID
Feb. 16, 1931
Dec. 19, 1995
SFC - 27
RET. U.S. Army
[unable to read] - 1968
[Military Stone]
Albert S. Kincaid
SFC US Army
Vietnam
Feb 16 1931 - Dec 19 1995
[end] 
 
165
KINCAID George Anderson  <br>
06 October 1866 - 09 March 1952
KINCAID George Anderson
06 October 1866 - 09 March 1952

Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Originally posted at Edwards Family Tree @ Ancestry.com.]
G. A. Kincaid
1865 - 1952
[end]
 
 
166
KINCAID George Anderson <br>
Circa 1940 <br>
Contributed by James Boyd EDWARDS
KINCAID George Anderson
Circa 1940
Contributed by James Boyd EDWARDS

Date: circa 1940
Place: TEXAS
Contributed by James Boyd EDWARDS.
"The man in the chair by himself in George Anderson Kincaid." James Boyd EDWARDS, 09 Dec 2011 
 
167
KINCAID George Anderson <br>
PENDLETON SLATE KINCAID Sarah Elizabeth <br>
Circa 1930 <br>
Contributed by James Boyd EDWARDS
KINCAID George Anderson
PENDLETON SLATE KINCAID Sarah Elizabeth
Circa 1930
Contributed by James Boyd EDWARDS

Date: circa 1930
Place: TEXAS
Contributed by James Boyd EDWARDS.
"Just wanted to share a family photo. George A. Kincaid and wife Sarah Elizabeth (Pendleton) Kincaid. Both buried in the northeast section of cemetery. This is the only picture we have of Sarah. I am George and Sarah’s great grandson" James Boyd EDWARDS, 01 Dec 2011

"What we understand is the picture was taken in the late 1920’s or early 1930’s. What we understand and are guessing it would have been taken in Rotan [Fisher Co, TEXAS] or at a relative’s house in Lueders [Jones and Shackelford Counties] Texas." James Boyd EDWARDS, 09 Dec 2011 
 
168
KINCAID George Anderson and Family<br>
Circa 1950 <br>
Contributed by James Boyd EDWARDS
KINCAID George Anderson and Family
Circa 1950
Contributed by James Boyd EDWARDS

Date: circa 1950
Place: TEXAS
Contributed by James Boyd EDWARDS.
"From left to right: John Boyd Kincaid holding my mother Geraldine Kincaid (Edwards), John Boyd Kincaid’s wife Vera Mae Underwood (Kincaid), John Boyd and Vera Mae Kincaid are buried in the Lueders Cemetery. Next is George’s daughter Maggie Kincaid standing beside her husband Willis Thomasson. They are both buried in the Avoca Cemetery in Avoca Texas. Next in line is George William Kincaid, George and Sarah’s oldest son. Next to him is Ella Bell Kincaid his sister, she married a Pinkerton. Last is line in the black dress is George Williams wife Maudie Emma Ashton. George William and his wife and children are buried in the Decatur Cemetery. The kids in front from left to right are Maxine and Johnnie Kincaid (both children of John Boyd and Vera Mae Kincaid)." James Boyd EDWARDS, 09 Dec 2011 
 
169
KINCAID John Joseph and SLATE KINCAID Louisa Emaline Family
KINCAID John Joseph and SLATE KINCAID Louisa Emaline Family
Date: circa 1930
Place: unknown
Originally posted at FindAGrave by Karen Kincaid Tumbleson.
"Family of Louisa Emaline Slate Kincaid (rear, left) and John Joseph Kincaid (front row, far left)." 
 
170
KINCAID John Joseph “J. J.”  <br>
SLATE KINCAID Louisa Emaline “L. E.”
KINCAID John Joseph “J. J.”
SLATE KINCAID Louisa Emaline “L. E.”

Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Karen Kincaid Tumbleson]

Father
J. J.
Apr. 29, 1855
Sept. 1, 1931
Mother
Mrs. L. E.
Oct. 16, 1871
Mar. 23, 1947
Kincaid
[end] 
 
171
KINCAID Robert Frank <br>
Obituary Photo
KINCAID Robert Frank
Obituary Photo

Date: unknown
Place: unknown
Originally posted at Rockwall County News Online
 
172
KINCAID Timothy Ray  <br>
04 November 1979 - 27 June 2006  <br>
Headstone, Family Tree Stone
KINCAID Timothy Ray
04 November 1979 - 27 June 2006
Headstone, Family Tree Stone

Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Contributed by Jenniffier SHIELDS HAWES, May 2011]
Timothy R.
Kincaid
Nov. 4, 1979
June 27, 2006
Romans 12:1
[I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. KJH]
[Timothy Ray KINCAID's Family Tree ]
[end] 
 
173
KINCAID Timothy Ray <br>
04 November 1979 - 27 June 2006
KINCAID Timothy Ray
04 November 1979 - 27 June 2006

Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Ralph Terry]
Timothy R.
Kincaid
Nov. 4, 1979
June 27, 2006
Romans 12:1
[I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. KJH]
[end] 
 
174
LANTER Vernon Robert LANTER  <br>
DAVIS LANTER Joyce M.
LANTER Vernon Robert LANTER
DAVIS LANTER Joyce M.

Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Ralph Terry]
Lanter
Vernon R.
June 10, 1932
June 25, 1997
Married May 27, 1956
Joyce M.
Aug. 5, 1938 [only date as of May 2010]
[Military Stone]
Vernon Robert Lanter
A2C US Air Force
Korea
Jun 10 1932 - Jun 25 1997
[end] 
 
175
List of Buried in Atoka Cemetery from Local Records <br>
Coleman County, Texas Cemetery Directory <br>
 Compiled by Vena Bob Gates, Judia Terry and Ralph Terry
List of Buried in Atoka Cemetery from Local Records
Coleman County, Texas Cemetery Directory
Compiled by Vena Bob Gates, Judia Terry and Ralph Terry

Status: Located;
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jrterry/colemancounty/cemeteries/atoka.html
 
 
176
LITTLE MITCHELL Annie Gillison <br>
circa 1875, SCOTLAND <br>
Contributed by RAY Rita
LITTLE MITCHELL Annie Gillison
circa 1875, SCOTLAND
Contributed by RAY Rita

Date: circa 1875
Place: SCOTLAND
Originally posted by Rita RAY at Ray-2012_2012-02-14 @ Ancestry.com [S164]
"Identification which Mildred (Mitchell) Greer wrote on the back of the picture of the picture of her mother as a child."
[Transcription of back of photo; back in .pdf]
"This is Annie Gillison Little, made in Scotland. She was about 5 year old -- 110 years ago. She, with her mother, Mrs. Annie Gillison Little, and her brother Andrew G. Little came to America from Scotland in 1884. On July 2, 1884, they landed at Ellis Island -- than made their way to Texas. John Gillison owned a farm, south of the Mitchell place (where Jack Proctor lived). In 188 [unable to read], she married M. L. (Bud) Mitchell. John Gillison was Annie (Little) Mithell's Uncle. The always called him 'Uncle' -- Mrs. Annie Little's brother. There was only one room and not even a lamp. They got their mail once a month. Aunt Millie" 
 
177
McCAIN, Juanita Velma and Loreta Thelma <br>
PARKER, Fred and James
McCAIN, Juanita Velma and Loreta Thelma
PARKER, Fred and James

Status: Located; Twins of David Frederick PARKER and Clemetena KELLETT PARKER: Fred and James PARKER
Twins of William Edgar McCAIN and Vera Della PARKER McCAIN: Juanita Velma McCAIN and Loreta Thelma McCAIN
Atoka Cemetery Annual Homecoming, 1994 
 
178
MCDANIEL WESTERFIELD Karon Grace
MCDANIEL WESTERFIELD Karon Grace
Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Ralph Terry]
LOVE
Karon G. McDaniel
Westerfield
June 27, 1954
Mar. 4, 2001
[end] 
 
179
Military: Civil War Veterans Connected to Coleman County, Texas  <br>
BUSH, Richard R.; CHILDRESS, Elisha; KNIGHT, Sam; MATTHEWS, John T.  <br>
abt 1861
Military: Civil War Veterans Connected to Coleman County, Texas
BUSH, Richard R.; CHILDRESS, Elisha; KNIGHT, Sam; MATTHEWS, John T.
abt 1861

[editorial comment]
[Posted at Civil War Veterans Connected to Coleman County, Texas.]

- BUSH, Richard R. - Oct 7, 1840 - May 11, 1915 - "Father" - (MASONIC) - (CSA) - Atoka Cemetery
- CHILDRESS, Elisha - Oct 1, 1837 - Jan 24, 1884 - (MASONIC) - "Pvt Co I Mc Cord's Regt CSA" - Atoka Cemetery
- KNIGHT, Sam - Mar 18, 1840 - 1914 - (CSA) - Atoka Cemetery - Applied for pension in Coleman County
- MATTHEWS, John T. - Apr 13, 1831 - Apr 10, 1910 - (CSA) - Atoka Cemetery - Applied for pension in Coleman County
[end] 
 
180
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card A (05 June 1917)<br>
BROWN Perry Bryson
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card A (05 June 1917)
BROWN Perry Bryson

[parentheses denote handwriting]
[brackets denote editorial comment]

[page 1 of 2]
Registration Card
Form [illegible]
No. 28
1. Name in full ( Perry Bryson Brown) Age ( 26 )
2. Home Address ( Route 1 Goldsboro Texas )
3. Date of birth ( Nov. 24, 1891 )
4. Are you a natural-born citizen, a naturalized citizen, an alien, or have you declared your intention, specify which? ( Natural Born )
5. Where were you born (Tex USA)
6 If not a citizen, of what nation are you a citizen or subject? ( Citizen )
7. What is your present trade, occupation, or office? ( Farming )
8. By whom employed? ( Working for self )
Where employed? ( Near Tokeen )
9. Have you a father, mother, wife, child under 12, or a sister or brother under 12, solely dependent on your [sic] for support, specify which? ( Wife )
10. Married or single, which? ( Married ) Race, specify which? ( Caucasian )
11. What military service have you had? Rank (none), branch [blank], years [blank], Nation or State ( none )
12. Do you claim exemption from draft, specify grounds?( no )

I affirm that I have verified the above answers and that they are true. Signature or Mark (Perry B. Brown)

[in triangle in left corner of form] If person is of African descent, cut off this corner.

[page 2 of 2]
Registrar's Report
1. Tall, medium or short, specify which? ( Medium ) Slender, medium, or stout, which? ( Medium )
2. Color of eyes ( Grey ) Color of hair ( Brown ) Bald (no)
3. Has person lost arm, leg, hand, foot, eye, or both eyes or is he otherwise disabled, specify? (no)

I certify that my answers are true, that the person registered has read his own answers, that I have witnessed his signature, and that all of his answers of which I have knowledge are true, except as follows ( [blank] )

42-4-88-A
Signature of Registrar ( H. S. Bright )
Precinct ( 5 )
City or County ( Runnels )
State ( Texas )
(June 5th, 1917)

[During the World War I Draft Registration, there were three draft lotteries. Read more about the World War I Draft Registration at World War I Draft Registration, "Background Information" by Raymond H. Banks, 1917-1918. Washington, D.C.: National Archives]

[end] 
 
181
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card A (05 June 1917)<br>
COUSINS Jesse B
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card A (05 June 1917)
COUSINS Jesse B

[parentheses denote handwriting]
[brackets denote editorial comment]
[ See blank draft form for details. Blank World War 1 Draft Registration Card (A) 05 June 1917]

[page 1 of 2]
Registration Card
Form [illegible]
No. 212
1. Name in full ( Jesse B Cousins ) Age ( 26 )
2. Home Address ([illegible] Tex )
3. Date of birth ( April 1 1891 )
4. Are you a natural-born citizen, a naturalized citizen, an alien, or have you declared your intention, specify which? ( natural born )
5. Where were you born ( Lampasas [Lampasas Co] Tex USA )
6 If not a citizen, of what nation are you a citizen or subject? [blank]
7. What is your present trade, occupation, or office? (Farming)
8. By whom employed? ( myself )
Where employed? ( Coleman Co Tex)
9. Have you a father, mother, wife, child under 12, or a sister or brother under 12, solely dependent on your [sic] for support, specify which? ( wife )
10. Married or single, which? ( Married ) Race, specify which? ( Caucasian )
11. What military service have you had? Rank (none), branch [blank], years [blank], Nation or State [blank]
12. Do you claim exemption from draft, specify grounds?( yes, married)

I affirm that I have verified the above answers and that they are true. Signature or Mark ( s/ Jesse B. Cousins)

[in triangle in left corner of form] If person is of African descent, cut off this corner.

[page 2 of 2]
42-1-15-A
Registrar's Report
1. Tall, medium or short, specify which? ( Medium ) Slender, medium, or stout, which? ( Slender )
2. Color of eyes ( Light Blue ) Color of hair ( Brown ) Bald (no)
3. Has person lost arm, leg, hand, foot, eye, or both eyes or is he otherwise disabled, specify? (no)

I certify that my answers are true, that the person registered has read his own answers, that I have witnessed his signature, and that all of his answers of which I have knowledge are true, except as follows ( [illegible] )

Signature of Registrar ( [unable to read] Jones )
Precinct (6)
City or County ( Coleman )
State ( Tex )
(June 5th, 1917)

[During the World War I Draft Registration, there were three draft lotteries. Read more about the World War I Draft Registration at World War I Draft Registration, "Background Information" by Raymond H. Banks, 1917-1918. Washington, D.C.: National Archives]

[end] 
 
182
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)<br>
O'NEAL James S.
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)
O'NEAL James S.

[editorial comment]
[See blank draft form for details. Blank World War 1 Draft Registration Card (C) 12 September 1918 ]

[page 1 of 2]
Registration Card
Serial Number: 1196
Order Number: [unable to read]
1. Name, First, Middle, Family: Jas. S. O'Neal
2. Permanent Home Address: Novice, Coleman, Texas
3. Age by Years: 41
4. Date of Birth: Dec 23, 1876
Race 5-9: 5. White X
U. S. Citizen / Alien 10 - 15: 10 Native Born X
16. Present Occupation: Farmer
17. Employer's Name: [ check ]
18. Place of Employment or Business: Novice, Coleman, Texas
19. Nearest Relative Name: Ida O'Neal [Ida GIVENS O'NEAL, wife]
20. Nearest Relative Address: Novice, Coleman, Texas
I affirm that I have verified above answers and that they are true.
(Registrant's signature or mark) s/ J. S. O'Neal
P.M.G.O.
Form No. 1

[page 2 of 2]
[stamp] 42-4-102-C
Registrar's Report
Description of Registrant
Height 21 - 23: 21. Tall X
Build 24 - 26: 24. Medium X
27. Color of eyes: Blue
28. Color of hair: Black
29. Has person lost arm, leg, hand, eye, or is he obviously physically disqualified? (Specify.) No
30. I certify that my answers are true, that the person registered has read or has had read to him his own answers, that I have witnessed his signature or mark and that all of his answers of which I have knowledge are true, except as follows: [blank]
Signature of Registrar: [signature] W. S. S. Riley, Co. Clerk
Date of Registration: 9 / 7 / 18
(The stamp of the local board having jurisdiction of the area in which the registrant has his permanent home shall be placed in this box.) [unable to read]
[end]
-----
Read more about the World War I Draft Registration at World War I Draft Registration, "Background Information" by Raymond H. Banks  
 
183
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)<br>
O'NEAL William Harvey
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)
O'NEAL William Harvey

[editorial comment]
[See blank draft form for details. Blank World War 1 Draft Registration Card (C) 12 September 1918 ]

[page 1 of 2]
Registration Card
Serial Number: 642
Order Number: 1385
1. Name, First, Middle, Family: William Harvey Oneal
2. Permanent Home Address: Talpa, Coleman, Texas
3. Age by Years: 42
4. Date of Birth: January 12th, 1876
Race 5-9: 5. White X
U. S. Citizen / Alien 10 - 15: 10 Native Born X
16. Present Occupation: Laborer
17. Employer's Name: C. C. B. F. R. R. [?]
18. Place of Employment or Business: Talpa, Coleman, Texas
19. Nearest Relative Name: Mrs. Alma Oneal [wife]
20. Nearest Relative Address: Talpa, Coleman, Texas
I affirm that I have verified above answers and that they are true.
(Registrant's signature or mark) s. William Harvey Oneal
P.M.G.O.
Form No. 1

[page 2 of 2]
[stamp] 42-4-15 - [unable to read]
Registrar's Report
Description of Registrant
Height 21 - 23: 21 Taxx X
Build 24 - 26: 24. Slender X
27. Color of eyes: Blue
28. Color of hair: [unable to read]
29. Has person lost arm, leg, hand, eye, or is he obviously physically disqualified? (Specify.) [blank]
30. I certify that my answers are true, that the person registered has read or has had read to him his own answers, that I have witnessed his signature or mark and that all of his answers of which I have knowledge are true, except as follows: [blank]
Signature of Registrar: s/ [unable to read]
Date of Registration: [September 12th, 1918]
(The stamp of the local board having jurisdiction of the area in which the registrant has his permanent home shall be placed in this box.) Local Board [unable to read] Coleman Texas
[end]
-----
Read more about the World War I Draft Registration at World War I Draft Registration, "Background Information" by Raymond H. Banks  
 
184
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)<br>
RICHARDS William Daniel
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)
RICHARDS William Daniel

[editorial comment]
[Posted at Ancestry.com.]

[page 1 of 2]
Registration Card
Serial Number: 1578
Order Number: 3286
1. Name, First, Middle, Family: William Daniel Richards
2. Permanent Home Address: Midlothian, Ellis, Texas
3. Age by Years: 38
4. Date of Birth: Nov 26 1880
Race 5-9: 5. White X
U. S. Citizen / Alien 10 - 15: 10 Native Born X
16. Present Occupation: Farming
17. Employer's Name: J. F. Burney
18. Place of Employment or Business: Midlothian, Ellis, Tex
19. Nearest Relative Name: Zenobia [McGee] Richards
20. Nearest Relative Address: Midlothian, Ellis, Texas
I affirm that I have verified above answers and that they are true.
(Registrant's signature or mark) [signature] W D Richards
P.M.G.O.
Form No. 1

[page 2 of 2]
[stamp] 42-4-33-C
Registrar's Report
Description of Registrant
Height 21 - 23: 22 Medium X
Build 24 - 26: 25. Medium X
27. Color of eyes: Blue
28. Color of hair: Brown
29. Has person lost arm, leg, hand, eye, or is he obviously physically disqualified? (Specify.) [blank]
30. I certify that my answers are true, that the person registered has read or has had read to him his own answers, that I have witnessed his signature or mark and that all of his answers of which I have knowledge are true, except as follows: No
Signature of Registrar: [signature] W. H. Forbab [?]
Date of Registration: September 12th, 1918
(The stamp of the local board having jurisdiction of the area in which the registrant has his permanent home shall be placed in this box.) Local Board Ellis County Waxahachie, Texas
[end] 
 
185
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)<br>
SARTOR James Gross
Military: World War 1 Draft Registration Card C (12 September 1918)
SARTOR James Gross

Ancestry.com Transcript
Name: James Gross Sartor
County: Coleman
State: Texas
Birth Date: 15 Jul 1875
Race: White
FHL Roll Number: 1952404
[end] 
 
186
Military: World War 2 Draft Registration Card, 1942  <br>
BROWN Perry Bryson
Military: World War 2 Draft Registration Card, 1942
BROWN Perry Bryson

[editorial comment]

[Military Registration Card for World War II]
[1942]
Registration Card - Men born on of after April 28, 1877 and on or before February 16, 1897.
Serial Number: U - 1217
Order Number: [blank]
1. Name: Perry Bryson Brown
2. Place of residence: Marble Madison Ark
The place of residence given on the line above will determine local board jurisdiction; Line 2 of registration certificate will be identical.
3. Mailing address: Huntsville Ark. RFD #2
4. Telephone: [blank]
5. Age in Years: 53, Date of Birth: 11-24 1890
6. Place of Birth: San Antone, Tex
7. Name and address of person who will always know your address: Myrtle Brown Marble Ark
8. Employer's name and address: self
9. Place of employment or business: Marble Madison Ark
I affirm that I have verified above answers and that they are true
(Registrant's signature) P B Brown
16-21630-2
D.S.S. Form 1
(Revised 4-1-42)
(over)
[end] 
 
187
MITCHELL Alford L.
MITCHELL Alford L.
Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Barton WILLIAMS]
ALFORD L.
MITCHELL
SEPT. 10, 1882
SEPT. 19, 1962
[end] 
 
188
MITCHELL James Floyd <br>
Gillie Nannie DICKERSON MITCHELL
MITCHELL James Floyd
Gillie Nannie DICKERSON MITCHELL

Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Brett Langston ROWLAND]
[Common Headstone: MITCHELL, James F. and Gillie N.]
MITCHELL
GILLIE N.
JAN. 4 1874
JULY 17 1936
JAMES F.
DEC. 5 1864
OCT. 4 1953
AT REST.
[end] 
 
189
MITCHELL James Robert
MITCHELL James Robert
Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Barton WILLIAMS]
[Graphic Image: Sleeping Lamb]
JAMES R.
Son of
J. F and G. N.
BORN
MAR 31, 1894
DIED
JUNE 29, 1894
Our darling son has gone before
To greet us on the
golden shore.
[end] 
 
190
MITCHELL Marquis Lafayette
Contributed by RAY Rita
MITCHELL Marquis Lafayette Contributed by RAY Rita
Date: unknown
Place: unknown
Originally posted by Rita RAY at Ray-2012_2012-02-14 @ Ancestry.com [S164] 
 
191
MITCHELL Marquis Lafayette <br>
LITTLE MITCHELL Annie Gillison
MITCHELL Marquis Lafayette
LITTLE MITCHELL Annie Gillison

Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Barton WILLIAMS]
[Common Headstone: MITCHELL, Marquis L. and Annie G.]
MITCHELL
MARQUIS L.
OCT. 27, 1862
APR. 28, 1951
ANNIE G.
MAR. 9, 1871
MAR. 12, 1929
[end]
 
 
192
MITCHELL RAY Agnes Mary
MITCHELL RAY Agnes Mary
Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Barton WILLIAMS]
AGNES MARY RAY
OCT. 7, 1892
MAR. 31, 1986
[end] 
 
193
MITCHELL Rev. Richard Floyd (R. F.) <br>
Contributed by RAY Rita
MITCHELL Rev. Richard Floyd (R. F.)
Contributed by RAY Rita

Date: unknown
Place: unknown
Originally posted by Rita RAY at Ray-2012_2012-02-14 @ Ancestry.com [S164] 
 
194
MITCHELL Richard Floyd
MITCHELL Richard Floyd
Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Barton WILLIAMS]
M
He Died as he lived,
Trusting in God.
R. F. MITCHELL
BORN
APRIL 13, 1826
DIED
AUG. 29, 1915
MITCHELL
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195
MITCHELL Ruby Bell <br>
MITCHELL Truby Dell
MITCHELL Ruby Bell
MITCHELL Truby Dell

Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Barton WILLIAMS]
[Graphic Image: Sleeping Lamb]
[Common stone, twins Ruby Bell and Truby Dell]
RUBY BELL
BORN
Dec, 10, 1906
DIED
Mar. 3, 1907
Weep not papa
and mama for me,
For I'm waiting
in Heaven for thee.
TRUBY DELL
BORN
Dec. 10, 1906
DIED
Mar. 3, 1907
Beautiful, lovely
she as bit given
A fair bud to earth
to bloom in heaven.
Daughters of
J. F. & G. N. MITCHELL
[end] 
 
196
MITCHELL William Felix <br>
CRADDOCK MITCHELL Amanda J
MITCHELL William Felix
CRADDOCK MITCHELL Amanda J

Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Barton WILLIAMS]
[Common Headstone: MITCHELL, W. F. and Amanda J.]
MITCHELL
W. F.
SEPT. 26, 1855
APR. 14, 1921
AMANDA J.
APR. 3, 1858
OCT. 9, 1938
[end]
 
 
197
MURRILL CHILDRESS Mary Mariah
MURRILL CHILDRESS Mary Mariah
Status: Located; [editorial comment]
[Atoka Cemetery, Coleman County, TEXAS]
[Posted on FindAGrave.com]
[Contributed by Debbie]

Mary M. Childress
Born
June 7, 1837.
Died
June 24, 1912.
[Unable to read inscription.]
[end] 
 
198
New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957  <br>
Circassia, New York, NEW YORK  <br>
6 Jul 1885  <br>
GILLISON LITTLE, Annie <br>
LITTLE Andrew
New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
Circassia, New York, NEW YORK
6 Jul 1885
GILLISON LITTLE, Annie
LITTLE Andrew

[editorial comment]
[Image and Information of Circassia]
[Ancestry.com Transcript]
• Name: and Little [Andrew Little]
Arrival Date: 6 Jul 1885
Birth Year: abt 1862, Age: 23
Gender: Male, Ethnicity/Race­/Nationality: English
• Name: Ann Little [Ann GILLISON LITTLE]
Arrival Date: 6 Jul 1885
Birth Year: abt 1837; Age: 48; Gender: Female; Widow
Ethnicity/Race­/Nationality: English; Place of Origin: England

Port of Departure: Glasgow, Scotland and Moville, Ireland
Destination: United States of America
Port of Arrival: New York; Port Arrival State: New York; Port Arrival Country: United States
Ship Name: Circassia
Source Citation: Year: 1885; Arrival: New York , United States; Microfilm serial: M237; Microfilm roll: M237_488; Line: 51; List number: 828; .
Source Information: Ancestry.com. New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2006.
[end] 
 
199
New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957  <br>
Circassia, New York, NEW YORK  <br>
6 Jul 1885  <br>
LITTLE MITCHELL Annie
New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
Circassia, New York, NEW YORK
6 Jul 1885
LITTLE MITCHELL Annie

[editorial comment]
[Image and Information of Circassia]
[Ancestry.com Transcript]
• Name: Anne Little
Arrival Date: 6 Jul 1885
Birth Year: abt 1872
Age: 13
Gender: Female
Ethnicity/Race­/Nationality: English
Place of Origin: England

Port of Departure: Glasgow, Scotland and Moville, Ireland
Destination: United States of America
Port of Arrival: New York; Port Arrival State: New York; Port Arrival Country: United States
Ship Name: Circassia
Source Citation: Year: 1885; Arrival: New York , United States; Microfilm serial: M237; Microfilm roll: M237_488; Line: 51; List number: 828; .
Source Information: Ancestry.com. New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2006.
[end] 
 
200
Newspaper Article  <br>
P. B. Browns Note 50th Anniversary  <br>
The Abilene Reporter-News [Newspaper]  <br>
Abilene, Taylor & Jones Co, TEXAS  <br>
15 Sept 1963
Newspaper Article
P. B. Browns Note 50th Anniversary
The Abilene Reporter-News [Newspaper]
Abilene, Taylor & Jones Co, TEXAS
15 Sept 1963

[editorial comment]
[Originally posted at Edwards Family Tree @ Ancestry.com [S135].]
P. B. Browns Note 50th Anniversary

Winters (RNS) - Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Brown observed their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house in their home.

Houseparty included Mr. and Mrs. Rey David, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Bishop [Emmett BISHOP and Ettie SLATE BISHOP].

Mrs. Brown, the former Myrtle Elizabeth Kincaid, was born Feb. 10, 1895, in Coleman County near Glen Cove. She is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Kincaid of Runnels County. Mr. Brown was born near San Antonio Nov. 24, 1888.

The couple was married Sept. 6, 1913, near Alvord. They met in Wise County when Mr. Brown was a cook, met his wife when he went to her home to buy vegetables for a railroad section gang.

The Browns have lived in Winters for five years. They also lived near Huntsville, Ark. and at Wichita Falls, where he was section foreman with the railroad. The farmed near Ovalo for 10 years.

Now a retired farmer, Mr. Brown has been a member of the Masonic Lodge since 1922.

Both members of the Church of Christ, they have one daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Cornelison of Lancaster, Calif. They have four grandchildren and three great-grand-children.
[end] 
 

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