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The Center of Military History Pub 7-5-1 (BREAKOUT AND PURSUIT) contains the following description the battle of Brest on pages 647 & 648. In was in that kind of urban fighting that PVT Crockett was killed.

"The 2d and 8th Division became involved in street fighting against troops who seemed to contest every street, every building, every square. Machine gun and antitank fire from well concealed positions made advances along the thoroughfares suicidal, and attackers had to move from house to house by blasting holes in the building walls, clearing the adjacent houses, and repeating the process to the end of the street. Squads, and in some instances platoons, fought little battles characterized by General Robertson, the 2d Division commander, as "a corporal's war." A typical obstruction was a concrete reinforced dugout no higher than ten inches above ground, which was built on a street corner with an opening for a heavy machine gun at street level. Eight [American] men (with two flame throwers, a bazooka, and two BAR's) made a wide detour, neutralized several small nests of resistance, came up behind the pillbox, and flamed the position until thirteen Germans
surrendered."


 
CROCKETT, PVT Oliver Eldon (I4106)
 
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Veterans' Gravesites
Name: Julia Deeley Patterson
Death Age: 77
Birth Date: 6 Oct 1874
Death Date: 3 Sep 1952
Interment Date: 8 Sep 1952
Interment Place: Virginia, USA
Cemetery Address: C/O Director Arlington, VA 22211
Cemetery: Arlington National Cemetery
Plot: Section 21 Site 12-5
Notes: Nurse Anc Usa  
DEELEY, Julia Jeanette (I36090)
 
3 Corrections/edits in [...] were made by Emerald Lavenia Isbell (1897) in her collection of correspondence and were then transcribed by RJCarr on 08 Apr 2021.
Emerald disagrees with the assertion that Sidney Isbell, cited above, was the grandfather of John Calhoun.

Emerald added:
"The above article omits the name of Lester L. Isbell born in 1889 as being the ninth child of John and Unity Lavenia; Unity Lavenia was known to her brothers and sisters as Winnie, and Winnie's sister, Julia Tabitha who married the nephew of John Calhoun (George Franklin Isbell), said their ninth child was Lester L. She also stated Maud J., deceased, was the grandchild of Winnie (probably the child of Pennie and Cush). Maud Juanita was born Sept. 1, 1891 and died August 15, 1892. She was a beautiful little girl.
"Without a doubt the G. L. Stone spoken of on page 146 as being secretary of the McGregor Fair Association is the brother-in-law of George Franklin Isbell because George Louis married Sarah Elizabeth Isbell, sister to George Franklin. Thus John Calhoun is the uncle of his brother's (William Levingston) children, George Louis Stone and Sarah Elizabeth settled in the McGregor area. Their son, Martin Custis Stone, who lived so long near North Zulch was born in Arkansas on January 9, 1879 (the wedding date of his uncle, George Franklin Isbell) and he died January 6 1953 and is buried at Cross, Texas." 
Source (S1270)
 
4 Eddie registered for the draft at the same place on the same day that his brother-in-law brother, Earl Sudduth, registered.
Eddie was randomly assigned serial number 1802 and was then issued order number 999 after the National Master List was established.
Earl was randomly assigned serial number 1426 and was then issued order number 802 after the National Master List was established.

Ordinarily with those sequential enlistment order numbers, Earl would have been the first to be called up, except that that Eddie apparently enlisted voluntarily on 6 March 1942 while Earl would not enlist for another two years - 29 Apr 1944.
The order numbers reflected the sequence in which capsules with a single serial number were pulled from the barrel on October 29, 1940 - the first WWII draft. As an indication of their relative position on the National Master List, the highest number that had been assigned by any board was 8,090 - however, there were 9000 serials to account for men who were late to register. So, Earl's serial was 802nd of a possible 9000. He was in the top 9% of men between the ages of 21 and 35. He would have been called up unless he had an exemption. Both men were farm laborers and would possibly have been deferred from enlisted as "necessary to farm work" (code II-C). That determination would not have been made on the day they registered; it would have been made after they were "called up."
Eddie was not married on the day of registration; Earl was. However, married men would not be deferred from the enlistment until Congress issued revisions to the Selective Service in January 1942.
There were inductions during the war that men classified as "4F" - physically unfit - were viewed with disdain. That may have created apprehension in men who were issued other deferments and led some to voluntarily enlist.  
NICHOLS, Edwin Foy Jr. (I28142)
 
5 Cemetery and Funeral Home Collection
Name: Irene Miller [Irene Studdard]
Maiden Name: Cook
Gender: Female
Death Age: 85
Birth Date: 20 Apr 1929
Birth Place: Mountain Home, Arkansas
Residence Place: Yellville, AR
Death Date: 8 Nov 2014
Death Place: Flippin
Burial Date: 11 Nov 2014
Burial Place: Mountain Home, AR
Obituary Date: 10 Nov 2014
Father: Thomas Clifton Studdard
Mother: Elizabeth Studdard
Spouse: Chester Cook
Child:
Joyce Ann Blair
Gail Holguin
Martha McCrystal
Alan Cook
Siblings:
Tommy Studdard
Gearlene Johnson
Liz Jennings
Eunice Smith
Dolly Patton 
STUDDARD, Irene (I20518)
 
6 Mariann Matilda stayed in Georgia when her brothers went to Texas in 1856. She was a 29 veer old mother of 5 children by that time. Her husband, James Taylor Pullen was doing well in Georgia, and they lived in Case Co. for a while, then moved to Floyd Co. in 1850. A biography of James T. Pullen written by Mrs. M.A. Kerr tells of [her] life "full of honest endeavor and unselfish work". "Married to Miss Mary Ann Matilda Isbell of Case Co., Ga. in 1843. Ten children were born to bless their union, six lived to see and honor the memory of their father. This Christian mother, the wife of his youth, died Jan 5, 1868. Many loving words have been dedicated to this good woman". The 1-page biographical sketch continues to name the other wives and to describe them with highest praise. Martha Jane Isbe11 and Mary Susan Davidson gave Mr. Pullen 13 more children. He was an "extensive land-owner and had his own two cotton gins. He was Mayor, Seney, Ga., for many years." He donated land for Pleasant Rope Cemetery in Floyd County, Ga., where the wives are buried and his own grave is located. One of Mariann's sisters died in 1852 and was the first person buried in the new cemetery adjoining Pleasant Hope Baptist Church on Rockmart Road, Rome, Ga. The ten children of Mariann and James:
(1) James Thomas b. 1845 mar. Julia Edwards;
(2) William Taylor b. 1847 mar. Mary Delilah Lyons;
(3) George Pendleton b. mar. Sarah Ellen Brannon;
(4) Susan b. mar. Wiley Franklin Taliaferro;
(5) Rebecca b. mar. Hart in Shugart, Calhoun, Ga., died in Texas;
(6) Texanna b. mar John Hogg;
(7) Virginia b. mar. John Anderson Garrett;
(8) Matilda Maturrah b. unmarried;
(9) Mary Ann b. died in infancy; (10) Infant died with mother (Mariann) May 1, 1868. A daughter of James and Mary Susan contributed much information on this family. In 1984 she was living in Silver Creek, Ga., age 88, widow of Benton Sheffield.
Note: Summarized by Peggy Hall from: "The Family Of Pendleton Isbell and the Tall Tales They Tell, A Collection" By Frances L. Isbell [Posted to Peggy Halls public Ancestry.com tree.] 
ISBELL, Mariann Matilda (I2499)
 
7 Straubenmuller Textile High School
1919 - 1954

Straubenmuller Textile High School opened as the Textile High School in 1919. In 1931, under the influence of founder Julius Siegbert, it moved from its West 30 Street location to West18th Street. It was reclassified at that time as a grades nine to twelve high school rather than an industrial school. The new building included specialized equipment for students to learn about the manufacturing of textiles as well as a textiles research museum. Straubenmuller opened to serve the needs of the New York City textile industry by training future workers in all aspects of design, production, management, and retail. It included a full high school curriculum with many extracurriculars as well as textile and business trade classes. There were also special programs that gave students career preparation and leadership opportunities, such as a course where students ran a department store for a day. When school was not in session, a number of community groups used the auditorium, gym, and classrooms for evening schools, union meetings, art lectures, and exercise clubs.
Schoolgirls walking along street in front of Straubenmuller Textile High School, New York
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Category School
Instructional Level High School
Audience Teenagers
Founder(s) Julius Siegbert
Corporate Body New York City Board of Education
Tags vocational, textile
Notes In 1954 Straubenmuller became Charles Evans Hughes High School, which closed in 1981. Two years later, it reopened as High School for the Humanities. It was later renamed Bayard Rustin High School for the Humanities.
Straubenmuller Textile High School
1919 - 1954
EZERSKY, Lydia Vassilivna (I34455)
 
8 The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
09 Dec 1894, Sun, Page 8  
Family F9461
 
9 "Fort Brown (1861 - 1862), St. Simons Island was a Confederate fort once located on the site of Fort St. Simons. No trace remains except for a stone marker. It was built of sand covered with scrap rail iron. It was abandoned after Port Royal, SC fell to the Union in 1862."
http://www.northamericanforts.com/East/ga-socoast.html 
GASKINS, Harmon Jr. (I15078)
 
10 "Gate of Heaven" was noted in his NYC obituary without citing a city location. Since his funeral was in NYC, Westchester was a logical conclusion.His grave was not listed on Find a Grave: Gate of Heaven CemeteryCOLEMAN, John Aloysius Jr. (I6952)
 
11 "I beleave (sic) this is the wife of William Bledsoe (1820-1863)Per "Three Years With Quantrell (sic)" by James McCorkle, William Bledsoe was kill (sic) in the raid on Lawrence, Kansas by federal troops." - William Clifford
(Added to William Bledsoe's wife Mabel's Find-a-Grave memorial (107241026).

RJCarr, 26 OCT 2016.
Thus far I have not established that William Bledsoe served with Quantrill's raiders. The above reference does not establish that Bill Bledsoe in the book is William Bledsoe of this tree. In the above reference are the following two quotes that William Clifford used to develop his assertion:

"We put John Koger and Bill Bledsoe?s corpse in the ambulance. When we had gone about ten miles, we stopped and buried Bill Bledsoe in an old cabin."
...
"On the third day, after crossing the Arkansas River, we came to the log cabin where we had buried Bill Bledsoe. We found the cabin torn down and that wolves had eaten all the flesh from his body. We again reinterred his bones. (Location 1096 of the Kindle version.) 
BLEDSOE, WIlliam (I23932)
 
12 "J. C. Isbell, Superintendent of the McGregor Fair Association, also a farmer and lumber merchant of McGregor, Texas, is one of the prominent men of this section of the State. Although he has been a resident of McLennan county only a short time, he is an old settler of Texas, coming here in 1856, and is justly entitled to appropriate mention on the pages of this volume.

"Mr. Isbell was born in Georgia [South Carolina], in 1836, son of Penilton [Pendelton] and Susan [Susana](Cleveland) Isbell. Both the Isbells and Clevelands were descended from Virginia families. The grandparents of our subject, however, were born in South Carolina, Penilton [Pendelton] Isbell was a planter and slave owner. His grandfather, Sidney Isbell, fought in the Revolutionary war, and his father, Livingston Isbell, participated in the war of 1812, and he, with eight sons and two grandsons, in the Confederate war. Most of the family have been planters and pioneers of the various localities in which they have resided. Penilton [Pendelton] Isbell moved to Georgia, and was there elected to the office of County Judge. He was born in 1806, and died at his home in Georgia in 1874 [Pendelton died Nov. 30, 1873]. His wife, born in the same year he was, died in l889 [Dec 1, 1888], at the home of her son, William L. Isbell, in Grimes county, Texas, she having come to this State in 1884. At the time of her death she had eighty-nine grandchildren, and on her arrival in Texas in 1884 her grandchildren and great-grandchildren together numbered 180, and at her death, 214. Following are the names of their children: W. L.; Mary [Mariann Matilda], deceased, wife of James T. Pullen; Jeremiah; Rebecca, deceased, wife of William Buckhalter; Samuel, deceased;
Jane, deceased; J. (L, the subject of this sketch; Frank [Franklyn], deceased; Eli, killed in the Confederate war; James, a Baptist minister; Fannie [Frances Catherine], deceased, wife of Mr. Logan; and George P. All but three, who died in infancy, lived to be grown. J. C. Isbell was reared to farm life and received a common-school education. At the age of eighteen be commenced farming on his own account. From 1856 to 1861 he traveled through Arkansas, Texas and the Indian Nation. In 1861, May 28, he entered the Confederate service, as a member of Company E, Third Texas Cavalry. He participated in numerous engagements, ever acting the part of a brave soldier. He was wounded at Concord, Mississippi, and at Kenesaw (sic) Mountain. At the latter place he had his collar bone and three ribs broken by a shell, and was disabled for six months. After his recovery he was elected Captain of a scouting company, and served as such during the rest of the war. During that time he received three slight wounds. After the surrender of his troops in North Alabama, he returned to Georgia, and in the fall of that year, 1865, returned to Texas. He spent one year in Nacogdoches county and from there removed to Grimes, remaining at the latter place eighteen years, engaged in farming and stock raising and also conducting a mercantile business. In 1885 he moved to Temple. In 1887 he was appointed a member of the committee to locate the State Fair, and the following year was elected superintendent of the fair, which the committee located at McGregor. All the improvements on the fair ground have been made under his personal supervision, he being his own architect in the construction of all the buildings and improvements. He has floated 380 shares of the stock, out of 700 shares. Under his management the business of the associations is in a flourishing condition.

"Mr. Isbell was married in 1867, to Mise U. L. [Unity Lavenia] Moffett and called Winnie], daughter of T. C. P. and Unie [Unity] (Davis) Moffett, natives of Mississippi and old settlers of Texas. Mrs. Isbell was born in Texas in 1850. Her father died in 1878 and her mother in 1884 [Sep. 29, 1885]. To Mr. and Mrs. Isbell have been born nine children — T. P. [Thomas Pendelton], Georgia [Georgia Elizabeth], Willie, deceased, Jennie [Unity Virginia], Estelle [Julie Estelle], Jossie [Josephine Emily Lavenia], Bolivar [Jonas Bolivar], John C. and Maud J. [Maude Juanita], deceased [Juanita was a grandchild of Unity Lavenia and John Calhoun --- the ninth child was Lester L. b. 1889]. Georgia is now attending Waco University. Mr. Isbell and his wife and five of their children are members of the Baptist Church. He is an Odd Fellow and is also a member of the Grange organization."

A Memorial and Biographical History of McLennan, Falls, Bell and Coryell Counties, Texas., book, 1893; Chicago, Illinois. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth821501/: accessed April 1, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lena Armstrong Public Library.
pages 146 and 147
Corrections in [...] were made by Emerald Isbell in her collection of papers.
Emerald disagrees with the assertion that Sidney Isbell, cited above, was the grandfather of John Calhoun.
 
ISBELL, John Calhoun (I2505)
 
13 "James (Jim) tragically drowned at the age of 43 on the 4th of July 1908. He left his wife with five children and one on the way. The oldest was fourteen (Helen) and the youngest was born two months after his death (Peggy) His wife Maggie, continued the catering business for a while with the help of her family."
RJCarr: Source not recorded. 
FADDEN, James E. (I545)
 
14 "Living and dying unto the Lord. A discourse in commemoration of the life, services and death of Elder Billington M. Sanders"; delivered before the Georgia Baptist Convention at Washington, Wilkes County, GA on Lord's Day, April 23, 1854.

https://ia600502.us.archive.org/29/items/livingdyinguntol00mall/livingdyinguntol00mall.pdf
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SANDERS, Billington McCarter (I19143)
 
15 "Private Lombardi, one of four brothers in the Army, was killed May 29 in Townsville, Queensland, Australia, his sister, Delia, Lake Ariel, learned Sunday. Details of his death are not known. A member of an air forces ground crew, Private Lombard entered service in March, 1942. He had been overseas since January, 1943. Born at Lake Ariel, the son of the late Armund R. Lombardi, formerly of Dunmore, he was a chauffer (sic) for the late Fred B. Jones, son of the founder of the Grand Union Stores, in civil life. Surviving are his mother; nine brothers, Tech. Sgt. Emil, Army Signal Corps, now on furlough; Tech. Sgt. Oswald, England; Staff Sgt. Alfred, Fort McCain, Miss.; Vincent, Arthur and Edmund, at home and Philip and Anthony, Scranton, and four sisters, Minnie and Della, at home, and Mrs. Louis Jordano and Mrs. Joseph Cuillo, Scranton."
The Tribune (Scranton, PA)
 
LOMBARDI, PVT Armund R. (I12139)
 
16 "Tier relative was born 1797 in NYC and lived in Rahway Neck, NJ between 1855-1856. He was an old time butcher employed in the famous Washington Market in lower Manhattan. This John and his wife had 9 children between them. [His son,] John H. Tier who married Gertrude Voorhees of Middlesex, NJ. Eventually, he became one of Plainfield's oldest citizens an was elected Freeholder to a six year term on December 5, 1893. He was born April 21, 1831 in NYC. In 1855, due to ill health, he removed to Plainfield where he spent the rest of his life. A historic postal card showing Tier's Pond has been reprinted and published on the web by zing. John H. Tier had two sons, Willie and John Jr. The line died out when John Jr. had 5 daughters and all of them had girls except my mother. I am his only grandson. JOHN H. TIER" [W Cadmus Ancestry.com posting dtd 23 Mar 2000] TIER, John H. (I3321)
 
17 - Thomas Odell, b 1808, died Jan 14, 1856
- Catharine Odell, b Sept 18, 1815 m Herrick W. Poppino (in my father's handwriting- born Sep 1802 d 4 Nov 1871 s/o Daniel)
- William W. Odell
- Margaret Odell m John Jier (correction Tier)
- Grace Odell m Morsman
- Mary Odell m Jesse Smith

Orange County, N.Y., Probate Records. Probated Feb 18, 1856.(handwritten by someone - Wills Vol. p. 214 Test. Letters Vol. D. page 24) Thomas Odell, late of Goshen, inhabitant and died at Goshen. Will dated Sept 3, 1853. Petition of Benjamin F. Duryea, of Goshen, that Thomas Odell left no surviving father, mother, widow or descendants.Legatees: Therdorus (first name handwritten) Satterly with whom said deceased resided for many years and Daniel B. Satterly, a son of said Therdorus (handwritten again) Satterly, and Catharine Poppinos, hereinafter named, a sister of said deceased. Brothers and sister as follows to wit: Catharine, wife of Herrick W. Poppino, William W.Odell, Grace Mossman or Morsman, Margaret, wife of John Jier(handwritten Tier), and Mary Smith. Catharine, wife of Herrick W.Poppino, resides in Goshen. William W. Odell, resides in Pennsylvania; Margaret, wife of John Jier (Tier), resident at WestMilford, Passaic Co, NJ; Grace Morsman resides in Ohio; Mary Smith resides in Pennsylvania.

(Handwritten source unknown adds the following:) Daniel B. Satterly of Ontario Co., NY will mentions Theodore T. Smith, son of Jesse Smith,of Goshen. Charles Millspaugh son of William Millspough of Goshen Ex.Benj F. Duryea Wit: David F. Gidney, John E. Howell... 
O'DELL, Catharine (I426)
 
18 - Thomas Odell, b 1808, died Jan 14, 1856
- Catharine Odell, b Sept 18, 1815 m Herrick W. Poppino (in my father's handwriting- born Sep 1802 d 4 Nov 1871 s/o Daniel)
- William W. Odell
- Margaret Odell m John Jier (correction Tier)
- Grace Odell m Morsman
- Mary Odell m Jesse Smith

Orange County, N.Y., Probate Records. Probated Feb 18, 1856.(handwritten by someone - Wills Vol. p. 214 Test. Letters Vol. D. page 24) Thomas Odell, late of Goshen, inhabitant and died at Goshen. Will dated Sept 3, 1853. Petition of Benjamin F. Duryea, of Goshen, that Thomas Odell left no surviving father, mother, widow or descendants.Legatees: Therdorus (first name handwritten) Satterly with whom said deceased resided for many years and Daniel B. Satterly, a son of said Therdorus (handwritten again) Satterly, and Catharine Poppinos, hereinafter named, a sister of said deceased. Brothers and sister as follows to wit: Catharine, wife of Herrick W. Poppino, William W.Odell, Grace Mossman or Morsman, Margaret, wife of John Jier(handwritten Tier), and Mary Smith. Catharine, wife of Herrick W.Poppino, resides in Goshen. William W. Odell, resides in Pennsylvania; Margaret, wife of John Jier (Tier), resident at WestMilford, Passaic Co, NJ; Grace Morsman resides in Ohio; Mary Smith resides in Pennsylvania.

(Handwritten source unknown adds the following:) Daniel B. Satterly of Ontario Co., NY will mentions Theodore T. Smith, son of Jesse Smith,of Goshen. Charles Millspaugh son of William Millspough of Goshen Ex.Benj F. Duryea Wit: David F. Gidney, John E. Howell... 
 
19 ---------- Original Message ----------
From: Regis Carr
To: paxtucontactus@paxtu.org
Cc: David.Peavy@paxtu.org
Date: January 27, 2020 at 12:01 PM
Subject: Ruth Lillian Carr Collection

Good afternoon,

While conducting genealogical research on my father's 2nd cousin Ruth Lillian Carr, I found reference to her collection of documents on your website. Are the documents viewable via the website?

Regards,

Regis Carr

229 Mask Road
Brooks, GA
678-787-4538
www.CarrFamilyTree.com

Attachment
View attachment summary @ www.PAXTU.org; page 35.

Carr, Ruth Lillian (collector). Collection. Helen Raynor Hannah Library - Archives. Suffolk County Historical Society, Riverhead, NY. Contents: Unidentified general store daybooks, Waterford, 1830: carpet and rug sales daybook of William Fisher, 1870-1876: marriage book of Benjamin Downing Carr and Ruth E. Crusen. 1912; baby book, school booklets and programs, Girl Scout photo album, letters and other papers of Ruth Lillian Carr, 1914-1955: and Carr family correspondence, 1912-1917. Certificate of appointment, account book, and deeds of Francis W. Bolles, Overseer of the Niantic Tribe of Indians, East Lyme., Conn.; extradition papers from Wisconsin for Winfield Conklin and receipt by Francis A. Bolles for the prisoner, 1879; spelling book by William Bolles, 1825; genealogical notes and Bolles genealogy, 1865; correspondence and will of Annie Morgan, East Haddam, Conn., 1854; correspondence of Captain Francis and Nancy Booles, Conn, 1825-1839; 100th to 107th birthday greetings to Mrs. Francis Annis Boles Lester, 1977-1983; photograph of the bowling team of Lillian Fisher Bolles Crusen, 1895; and deeds, probate papers, pamphlets, photographs, postcards, bills, receipts, and clippings about the Bolles, Carr, Lester, Monroe, Reeve, Crusen, Stack, Davis, Fisher and Downs families, 1838-1936. 
CARR, Ruth Lillian (I218)
 
20 04 Nov 2018
Proposed Change: Clyde CULVER (I8703)
Tree: Carr-Scott
Link: http://carrfamilytree.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I8703&tree=CFT

Description: Clyde Culver's first name is Emmie. She was my great-Aunt. She passed away in Orlando, Florida in October of 2011. I had the honor of conducting her grave-side service at Woodlawn Memorial Park in Gotha, Florida.

Charlie T Garner
ctgiii@yahoo.com
 
CULVER, Emmie Clyde (I8703)
 
21 06 Jan 2016 on Find-a-Grave Memorial# 60347705
Mary,
What is the chance that there was a transcription error on Radford's date of birth? He could not be a child of Martha's if he was born in 1921 since Martha died in 1917. The 1910 census shows a Redford born to her in 1902. He fails to appear on the 1920 census when he would have been 12. Thus, Redford is likely Radford who may have died before the 1920 census.
Thanks,
Regis 
DICKERSON, Radford (I26664)
 
22 07 June 2021; Peggynm1941 on Ancestry message board
Good morning, Peggy.

I found this record for Lillian Richardson:
North Carolina Death Certificates, 1909-1975, https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?dbid=1121&h=506180&indiv=try&o_vc=Record:OtherRecord&rhSource=7602.
Name: Lillian Richardson Peacock
[Lillian Richardson Richardson]
Gender: Female
Race: White
Age: 81
Birth Date: 30 Apr 1887
Birth Place: Georgia
Residence Place: Laurinburg, Scotland, North Carolina
Death Date: 2 May 1968
Death Place: Laurinburg, Scotland, North Carolina, USA
Father: Alfred Richardson
Mother: Mary McCuttshun

Dan Kelley was shown on the 1910 census as a widower, but his daughter Elefair was not with him. Elefair Kelley was born in 1909 – but Dan and Lillian were not married until 1918, so logically Elefair’s mother died and Dan married Lillian.
Dan and Lillian would appear to have eventually divorced.
Lillian had apparently remarried, but by 1930 was a widow in Ray City. Apparently she then married to NN Peacock (possibly to John T. Peacock in the same cemetery) and Dan married to Bessie.
And it would appear that Dan Kelley had two different birth dates: 1882 on his WWI draft card and 1886 on his SSA.
All correct? Some correct?
Regis
Brooks, GA 
RICHARDSON, Lillian (I35001)
 
23 1 APR 2010 Note by Pamea Orth: I have Mettler family members in the same cemetery as William and James. I see James was a druggist in 1910, may have owned his own Drug Store. James being William's father.Anyway, I was thinking maybe all the Mettlers from this small town were related? I am working on Danish history. Helen Mettler was Danish, they lived in Troy for 30 years but are buried in Kalispell.email: kelsey1@min.midco.net METTLER, William Maurice Sr. (I853)
 
24 1 APR 2010 Note by Pamea Orth: I have Mettler family members in the same cemetery as William and James. I see James was a druggist in 1910, may have owned his own Drug Store. James being William's father.Anyway, I was thinking maybe all the Mettlers from this small town were related? I am working on Danish history. Helen Mettler was Danish, they lived in Troy for 30 years but are buried in Kalispell.email: kelsey1@min.midco.net  
25 15 May 2021
VFW To Observe Victory In Europe (VE) Day
Posted About Three Weeks Ago by Larry Hume

Each year the World War II Allies remember May 8th, 1945, the date when they accepted the unconditional surrender of Nazi Germany. Adolf Hitler committed suicide during the Battle of Berlin so the surrender of Germany was authorized by his replacement, President of Germany Karl Donitz.

Shelby County Memorial Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8904 and the Auxiliary will hold an observance to commemorate the 76th Anniversary of VE Day on Saturday, May 8th, 2021, 10:00 a.m. at the grave site of Staff Sergeant James Elvie Pate who is buried in the Pleasant Grove Cemetery located on County Road 1470 behind the church. Sergeant Pate was killed in action on August 19, 1944 while serving with the 90th Infantry Division in France. In addition to remembering all who served in Europe a US Army Medallion in honor of Sergeant Pate will also be unveiled. His niece, Virginia Wilson Bailey along with VFW Post 8904/Auxiliary cordially invite you to attend and remember your fellow Americans who gave so much.

Questions of more information please contact Post Quartermaster Larry Hume
at chiefhume95@gmail.com or 936-332-0349.
https://cbc-radio.com/local-news-blog
 
PATE, S/SGT James Elvie (I9098)
 

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