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From: "Diana Boothe" <>
Subject: Re: [ARFAULKN] Civil War Veterans buried in Oakland Cemetery-Holland
Date: Mon, 24 Feb 2003 08:42:52 -0600
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Dear Charles,
Would it be okay for me to forward these on to my AR-CIVIL-WAR mailing
list? Thanks in advance!

Take Care,

Diana Boothe




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From: "Charles D. Parsons" <>
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Sent: Sunday, February 23, 2003 9:06 PM
Subject: [ARFAULKN] Civil War Veterans buried in Oakland Cemetery-Holland


> Listed below are two groups of Civil War veterans who are buried in
Oakland Cemetery at Holland. The first list is of those with veterans'
markers on their graves, denoting their Civil War service. The second list
is of veterans who are buried in Oakland but who do not have a veterans'
marker on their grave. Some of those in the second list do have markers,
some have nothing but a native stone marking their grave, but none of them
have a veterans' marker. There are also about 15 others buried in the
cemetery who are the right age to have served in the Civil War, however, no
evidence of service has been found to date.
>
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
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>
>
>
> Civil War veterans buried at Oakland Cemetery, Holland, Faulkner County,
Arkansas, whose graves are marked with veteran's markers
>
> Information compiled by Charles David Parsons - May 2002
>
>
> 1. Jesse Boswell Bass Sr. (Sept. 1835-Jan 1901) Co. D, 1st SC Infantry,
CSA
>
> Born in Darlington County, South Carolina; son of Josiah Bass (1805-1882)
and Sarah Boswell (c1810-1835); married circa 1853 to Frances Rhodes
(1834-1893), daughter of Curtis Rhodes (1808-1863) and Queenie Goodson
(1813-1885); moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas, circa 1869
>
> Children: James Henry Bass (1854-1933); Sarah Theodocia Bass Acklin
Stevenson (1858-1924); William Joseph Bass (1860-1948); Queenie Isabella
Bass Ruple (1861-1925); Jesse Boswell Bass Jr. (1863-1943); Charles Bass
(1866-????); John Calvin Bass (1866-1906); Frances Adellah Bass Kelley
(1867-1896); Margaret Lou Bass Newberry (1876-1958)
>
> 2. William M. Brady (7 Oct 1833-25 Nov 1898) Co. I, 36th AR Infantry, CSA
& Co. L, 3rd AR Cavalry, USA
>
> Born in Tipton County, Tennessee; son of James Brady (????-bef 1850) and
Jane Adkinson (c1813-c1862); married on 7 Aug 1856 to Nancy Mabry
(1835-1899), daughter of Bartholomew Nathaniel Mabry (c1783-1853) and
Rebecca Hazel (1790s-1840s); moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas, circa 1840
>
> Children: Rebecca Elizabeth Brady Gibbs (1857-1930); Thomas J. Brady
(c1860-bef 1870); Francis Marion Brady (c1866-????); William Nathaniel
"Pink" Brady (1869-1943); Nancy Catherine Brady Hairston (c1873-????); James
Monroe Brady (1875-1939); Clemy A. N. Brady Bowers (c1879-????)
>
> 3. William M. Carter (5 Dec 1837-22 June 1925) Co. I, 36th AR Infantry,
CSA & Co. L., 3rd AR Cavalry, USA
>
> Born in Habersham County, Georgia; son of Thomas Carter Sr. (c1801-1865)
and Jane Irvin (c1803-aft 1880); married on 15 Aug 1858 to Mary Jane Lackey
(1843-1925), daughter of George Washington Lackey (c1818-c1865) and Louisa
Jane James (c1820-aft 1870); moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas, circa 1849
>
> Children: Amanda T. Carter Butler (1859-1930); George Thomas Carter
(1862-1936); William M. Carter Jr. (1864-1935); Charley Carter (1864-bef
1870); Samuel Houston Carter (1867-1939); Joseph E. Carter (1870-1949); Mary
Louvenia "Vean" Carter Jackson (1872-1947); Clarissa A. "Clara" Carter
McCarty (1876-1903); Martha Jane "Doll" Carter Grisham McCarty Glover
(1878-1959); Cora Belle Carter Clements Middleton Chaney (1880-1964)
>
> 4. Green Washington Grisham (9 Dec 1843-10 Oct 1914) Co. K, 1st AL
Cavalry, USA
>
> Born in Limestone County, Alabama; son of Lewis Cullen Grisham (1820-1853)
and Elizabeth Susannah Speegle (1825-1875); married on 29 Jan 1868 to
Georgia Ann Poteet (1852-1925), daughter of George Poteet and Sarah Ann
Barber (c1833-c1894); moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas, circa 1882
>
> Children: Fressnello Americano "Fressie" Grisham Lewelling Garrett
(1869-1953); Martin Luther Grisham (1871-1912); Arthur Burris Grisham
(1874-1883); Simon Orestes "Sim" Grisham (1875-1949); Rosetta May Grisham
(1876-1876); Lewis Washington Grisham (1878-1938); Noble Earnest Grisham
(1881-1963); Flora Hollis Grisham Lewelling (1884-1949); Era Pearl Grisham
Hinkle (1886-1977); Virgil Thomas Grisham (1890-1891); Sarah Susannah
Grisham McGaha (1892-1973); Ruallah Edna Grisham (1895-????)
>
> 5. John M. Hanna (c1822-1 Apr 1895) Co. H, 46th TN Infantry, CSA
>
> Born in Georgia; son of William Hanna (c1789-aft 1860) and Rebecca _______
(c1794-1850s); married circa 1844 to Margaret Adaline J. _________
(c1827-Jun 1890); moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas, circa 1888
>
> Children: William J. Hanna (c1845-1899); Erasmus M. Hanna (c1847-aft
1894); James M. Hanna (c1849-????); Robert F. Hanna (c1852-????); Nancy
Cornelia Hanna Hardin (1859-1910); Mary Susanna Arbella "Belle" Hanna
Henderson (1862-1936); Sarah Hanna (c1864-????); Joseph Lee "Pink" Hanna
(1866-????)
>
> 6. Silas H. James (12 July 1821-4 Sept 1911) Co. A, 50th AR Infantry, CSA
>
> Born in Alabama; married on 12 July 1849 to Martha Caroline Parsons
(1829-1874), daughter of Joseph Kirby Parsons (c1800-1874) and Sarah Nabors
(c1799-1877); moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas, 1866
>
> Children: Sarah Jane James Ferry (1850-1918); Ira Dickson James
(1852-1941); Elizabeth "Betty" James Allison Cady (1855-1888); William Kirby
James (1857-1927); Martha Rosa James Fields (1859-1936); Rufus Heffin James
(1862-1921); John Wesley James (1864-1939); Mary Susan James Grisham Small
Lackey (1867-1950); Rutha Angeline James James (1870-????); Amanda Line
James Lovett (1873-1953)
>
> 7. Washington Harrison Lovil (Sept 1837-10 Feb 1907) Co. C, 3rd AL Conf.
Cavalry, CSA
>
> Born in Georgia; son of Wiley S. Lovil (c1805-1850s) and Mary Elizabeth
Griffin (1814-1880); married 1st bef 1864 to Cynthia A. ________
(c1837-c1880), 2nd bet. 1880 and 1883 to a wife whose name is unknown
(c1850-1895), and 3rd on 29 Apr 1896 to Aletha Priscilla Griggers
(1877-1948), daughter of Floyd Lafayette Griggers (1845-1896) and Georgia
Ann Kincey (1847-1900); moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas, bet 1888 and
1896
>
> Children: William W. "Bee" Lovil (1864-1935); Joseph L. Lovil (1866-1946);
Sarah E. Rebecca Lovil Herrin (1868-????); N. E. Lovil (c1870-????); Mary E.
Lovil Barker (1872-1948); Charles A. Lovil (1884-1940); Walter Lovil
(1888-1967); Orian Lovil (1897-1964); Leland Lovil (c1902-????); Lillie
Lovil Mauldin (c1906-????)
>
> 8. Gideon Lowery (c1822-14 Feb 1878) Co. E, 3rd MS Infantry, CSA
>
> Born in South Carolina; son of John Lowery (c1791-1860s) and Caron H.
_______ (c1795-aft 1870); married circa 1850 to Elizabeth Brown (abt
1831-1870s); moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas, circa 1871
>
> Children: Mary Lowery Marshall (c1851-????); Rebecca Jane Lowery Golden
(c1853-bef 1900); Louisa Lowery (c1855-????); Missouri Elizabeth Lowery
(c1857-????); Arena Lowery Johnson (c1859-c1895); Reuben Allen Lowery
(c1862-????); Amanda Lowery (c1864-????); James Lowery (c1868-????); John
Gideon Lowery (c1870-????)
>
> 9. James D. Lowery (July 1835-8 Jan 1912) Co. G, 42nd MS Infantry, CSA
>
> Born in Shelby County, Alabama; son of John Lowery (c1791-1860s) and Caron
H. _______ (c1795-aft 1870); married circa 1860 to Nancy Hanna (1829-1905),
daughter of William Hanna (c1789-aft 1860) and Rebecca _______
(c1794-1850s); moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas, bet 1880-1900
>
> Children: Calhoun Lowery (c1863-????); Rachel Lowery (c1865-????); Mary
Lowery Price (1868-1931); Mollie Lowery (1875-????)
>
> 10. Thomas Allen Mabry* (3 Feb 1818-18 Nov 1861) Co. E, 10th AR Infantry,
CSA
>
> Born in Shelby County, Alabama; son of Bartholomew Nathaniel Mabry
(c1783-1853) and Rebecca Hazel (1790s-1840s); married on 10 Nov 1838 to Mary
Lowery (1819-1895), daughter of John Lowery (c1791-1860s) and Caron H.
_______ (c1795-aft 1870); moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas, circa 1847
>
> Children: Mary Elizabeth Mabry Smith (1839-1917); Sarah Ann Mabry Brady
(1842-1877); Gideon Mabry (1844-1862); Mahaley Caron Mabry Middleton
(1846-1879); Martha Rebecca Mabry Smith (1849-????); Thomas Allen Mabry
(1851-1856); John Daniel Mabry (1853-1863); James Thomas Allen "Little Jim"
Mabry (1858-1943)
>
> *Thomas Allen Mabry is buried at Camp Beauregard, Kentucky. A marker was
placed in his memory next to the grave of his wife.
>
> 11. William Buford Parsons (c1821-June 1872) Co. A, 50th AR Infantry, CSA
>
> Born in Jefferson County, Alabama; son of Joseph Kirby Parsons
(c1800-1874) and Sarah Nabors (c1799-1877); married 25 Feb 1847 to Esther C.
McAlister (c1829-c1861), daughter of Francis McAlister Jr. (1801-1876) and
Hannah Cowley (c1808-1887); moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas, 1866
>
> Children: Mary Amanda Parsons (c1849-c1861); Alyes Andrew Parsons Sr.
(1851-1926); James William Parsons (1853-1901); Elisha Edward Parsons
(1856-1934); Hiram Lawson Parsons (1858-1941); Francis Marion Parsons
(1860-1867)
>
> 12. John Lee Smith (29 Dec 1840-18 Feb 1882) Co. E, 10th AR Infantry, CSA
& Co. G, 3rd AR Cavalry, USA
>
>
> Born in Mecklinburg County, North Carolina; son of Gabriel Burl Smith
(c1815-c1863); married on 12 June 1859 to Mary Elizabeth Mabry (1839-1917),
daughter of Thomas Allen Mabry (1818-1861) and Mary Lowery (1819-1895);
moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas, circa 1849
>
> Children: Mary Cidna Ann Smith (1860-1860); Thomas Allen Smith
(1861-1944); George Burl Smith (1863-1892); Martha Jane Smith (1866-bef
1870); J. W. Smith (1868-bef 1870); Gideon Phillip Smith (1869-1956); Robert
Henry Smith (1871-1951); James Albert Smith (1875-1966); Jesse Daniel Smith
(1877-1941)
>
> 13. John Trump (Mar 1847-10 July 1921) Co. E, 10th OH Cavalry, USA
>
> Born in Stark County, Ohio; son of Michael Trump (c1817-????) and Sarah
______ (c1820-????); married 1st to Lorena C. _______ and 2nd on 11 May 1884
to Nancy Melvina (Garrett) Thompson (1848-1928), daughter of Elisha James
Garrett (1812-c1865) and Agness Heffington (1813-bet 1860/65); moved to
Faulkner County, Arkansas, bef 1880
>
> Children: Lula Leona Trump Tapley (1885-????); John Benjamin "Bennie"
Trump (1887-1918)
>
> 14. Henry Bartlett Yancey (25 Oct 1837-5 Nov 1897) Co. A, Owen's Battery,
Arkansas Light Artillery, CSA
>
> Born in Lincoln County, Tennessee; son of Henry Yancey (c1800-c1846) and
Sarah Prather (1804-????); married on 9 Dec 1857 to Telithia Louisa "Lethia"
Tucker (1842-aft 1908), daughter of Sanders A. Tucker (1819-1866) and Mary
________ (1819-1881); moved to Arkansas circa 1861
>
> Children: James William Yancey (1862-1942); Charles H. Yancey (1865-????);
William Yancey (1865-1865); William S. Yancey (1868-????); Thomas R. Yancey
(1871-1879); Hiseie Yancey (1873-1873); Sarah Isabell Yancey Price
(1874-1936); Mary F. Yancey Bass Middleton (1877-????); Yoion Yancey
(1880-1880); Alfred Franklin Yancey (1882-????)
>
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
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>
> Civil War veterans buried at Oakland Cemetery, Holland, Faulkner County,
Arkansas, whose graves are not marked with veteran's markers
> Information compiled by Charles David Parsons - May 2002
>
>
> 1. Absolom Pinkney Bryant (8 Feb 1837-12 Jan 1906) Co. I, 36th AR
Infantry, CSA - GRAVE LOCATION KNOWN
>
> Born in Spartanburg County, South Carolina; son of John Bryant (c1806-aft
1870) and Hannah Mitchell (c1809-bef 1870); married 1st on 28 Feb 1858 to
Mary Ann Garrett (1836-bef 1868), daughter of Elisha James Garrett
(1812-c1865) and Agness Heffington (1813-bet 1860/65), and 2nd on 10 Dec
1868 to Nancy Emeline Chance (1851-1906); moved to Faulkner County,
Arkansas, circa 1856
>
> Children: William Jesse Bryant (c1859-????); David L. Bryant (1860-1921);
Sarah Eveline Bryant Parsons (1864-1925); Mary A. Bryant (1874-????);
Florence Bryant (c1876-????); Nora Bryant (1882-????); Docia Bryant
(1883-????); James M. Bryant (1888-????)
>
> 2. George Washington Burks (c1850-20 Nov 1914) Co. F, 3rd AR Cavalry,
CSA - GRAVE LOCATION KNOWN
>
> Born in Tennessee; married in 1888 to Mary Ella Cooper (1875-1933); moved
to Faulkner County, Arkansas, circa 1890s
>
> Children: Grover Cleveland Burks (1893-1950); Medie Burks Lackey
(1897-1927); Tom Burks (1900-1974); Lady Burks (c1903-????); Lee Burks
(1904-1912); Dovie Burks (c1908-????); John Burks (1910-????)
>
> 3. John L. Caple (Sept 1828-9 Apr 1901) Co. F, 21st AR Militia, CSA -
GRAVE LOCATION UNKNOWN
>
> Born in Bedford County, Tennessee; son of ______ Caple (????-bef 1850) and
Sarah _______ (c1790-aft 1850); married c1847 to Mary Rachel Larue
(1829-1894), daughter of John C. Larue (1788-1864) and Clara Hardin
(1793-1830); moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas, c1866
>
> Children: Sarah Elizabeth Caple Langley (1848-1907); Tennessee Jane Caple
Cobb Parsons (1850-1938); Rachel Caple Bass (c1855-????); John Alexander
Caple (1857-1925); Phebe Ann Caple Parsons (1859-1919); Samantha Caple Smith
(c1864-????); Amanda Valentine "Volla" Caple Harrod (c1866-????)
>
> 4. Isaac D. "Dock" Dawdy* (Aug 1844-26 July 1922) (Unit unknown) TN CSA -
GRAVE LOCATION KNOWN
>
>
> Born in Bedford County, Tennessee; son of Howell Dawdy (c1817-1850s) and
Bethia Hortense Larue (1823-aft 1880); married on 9 Sept 1868 to Martha S.
"Mattie" Griggers (1845-1925); moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas, circa
1879
>
> Children: Mary Jane Dawdy James (c1870-1899); Margaret Mahala Dawdy Caple
(1871-bef 1891); Bethia Dawdy (c1874-bef 1900); Thomas M. Dawdy (1877-1962)
>
> * "Uncle Dock" Dawdy's obituary in the Log Cabin Democrat says he was a
Confederate Veteran, although the unit in which he served has not been
determined with certainty.
>
> 5. Samuel Houston Duran (3 Dec 1844-26 Jan 1898) Co. H, 4th AL Cavalry,
CSA - GRAVE LOCATION KNOWN
>
> Born in Marshall County, Alabama; son of Joseph E. Duran (1806-1877) and
Catherine Cole Carmichael (1807-1883); married on 29 Mar 1885 to Melissa
Walls; didn't live in Faulkner County, Arkansas; died while visiting his
brother, Rev. Albert Ghee Duran (1851-1937), in Holland and was buried here.
>
> 6. Rev. Zachariah Thomas Fleming (c1836-15 Oct 1896) Co. B, 37th AR
Infantry, CSA - GRAVE LOCATION UNKNOWN
>
> Born in Tennessee; son of Franklin Fleming (c1812-aft 1875); married on 13
Nov 1860 to Sarah Elizabeth Avery (c1844-c1872)
>
> Children: James Bennett Fleming (1862-1924); Dr. John Thomas Fleming
(c1865-????); Mary Elizabeth Fleming (c1867-????); Emma Ellender Fleming
McCarty (1872-1909)
>
> 7. William Richard Goode (17 Nov 1841-11 Oct 1924) Co. I, 54th AL
Infantry, CSA - GRAVE LOCATION KNOWN
>
> Born in Limestone County, Alabama; son of Milton Nathan Goode
(c1808-c1874) and Letty R. Lentz (c1812-aft 1879); married 1st on 11 Jan
1866 to Mary Ann Grisham (1847-bef 1882), daughter of Lewis Cullen Grisham
(1820-1853) and Elizabeth Susannah Speegle (1825-1875), and 2nd circa 1882
to Amanda Mahala "Haley" York (1858-1926), daughter of James York
(c1829-????) and Mary Ann Perry Lentz (1833-1911); moved to Faulkner County,
Arkansas, circa 1882
>
> Children: Cyrus Douglas Goode (1872-1923); Rev. Alva Ellis Goode
(1874-1958); Fred Timothy Goode (1878-1921): Oscar E. Goode (1882-1898)
>
> 8. Charles Jethro "Jeff" Harmon (Aug 1844-4 Feb 1905) Co. G, 18th MS
Cavalry, CSA - GRAVE LOCATION UNKNOWN
>
> Born in Georgia; son of Matthew S. Harmon (c1805-aft 1873) and Mary Harmon
(c1810-aft 1873); married Nancy Tiner (1852-1928), daughter of Lewis Tiner
(c1818-????) and Rebecca A. Brister Tiner (c1825-1898); moved to Faulkner
County, Arkansas, bef 1870
>
> Children: Charles Harmon (1883-aft 1900)
>
> 9. Christopher Columbus Harrod (20 July 1848-13 Feb 1893) Co. B, 10th AR
Infantry, CSA - GRAVE LOCATION KNOWN
> Born in Arkansas; son of John Harrod (c1803-????) and Melissa Christian
(c1806-????); married Susan E. Harrod
>
> Children: Martha M. Harrod Dunn (c1873-????); William Presley Harrod
(1875-1953); John Quincy Adams Harrod (c1877-????); Mary Elizabeth Harrod
Paul Coker Carson Sullivan (1879-1954); Josephine "Josie" Harrod Paul
Roberts (1880-1941); Leah Harrod Sanson (1882-1908); Lucy Belle Harrod
Sanders Sumler (1884-1907); Nellie Jennie Harrod Roberts (1887-1961);
Christopher Columbus Harrod Jr. (1889-aft 1961); Cora V. Harrod Livingston
(1891-????); Laynie Wisdom Harrod (1893-1974)
>
> 10. Alexander Franklin Middleton (Dec 1847-31 May 1906) Co. F, 10th AR
Infantry, CSA & Co. L, 3rd AR Cavalry, USA - GRAVE LOCATION UNKNOWN
> Born in Conway County, Arkansas; son of Richard Middleton (c1801-aft 1870)
and Mary _______ (c1814-aft 1870); married 1st on 7 Aug 1870 to Roseann
Adaline Jackson (1848-1920), daughter of David Thomas Jackson (1819-1891)
and Nancy Adaline Naylor (1824-1909) and 2nd on 6 Dec 1874 to Nancy Jane
Mabry (1855-aft 1912), daughter of Nathaniel Bartholomew Mabry (1821-1870s)
and Permelia C. Middleton (c1831-aft 1880)
>
> Children: Louisa Virginia Middleton (went by last name Jackson)
(1872-????); Tennessee A. Middleton (c1876-????); Anthony G. Middleton
(c1879-????); McRuffus Middleton (1884-1968); Annie Middleton (1888-1900);
Rutha A. Middleton (1893-????)
>
> 11. Hugh Smith (c1823-19 Nov 1881) Co. C, 4th MO Infantry, CSA - GRAVE
LOCATION KNOWN
>
> Born in Tennessee; son of Alexander Smith (c1800-????) and Frances _______
(c1804-????); married on 5 Oct 1843 to Ellen Browning (1825-1904), daughter
of William Browning (c1785-aft 1850) and Ellender (c1794-????); moved to
Faulkner County, Arkansas, c1879
>
> Children: Marinda Smith Surratt (1845-1934); Jemmima "Mima" Smith Shannon
(1847-1923); Frances "Fannie" Smith Kirkland (1850-1921); Riley J. Smith
(1851-????); Martha J. Smith Shannon (1853-1953); Margaret Smith
(c1855-????); Millie Smith (c1857-????); Mary Louisa Smith Beavers
(c1859-????); Floretta Smith Shannon (1861-1916); Nancy Ellen Smith Jiles
Wren (1868-1942)
>
> 12. Ebenezer Alexander Tate (13 Sept 1846-25 Nov 1902) Co. H, 50th AL
Infantry, CSA - GRAVE LOCATION KNOWN
>
> Born in Alabama; son of Jerome Benton Tate (c1822-1860s) and Elizabeth
Grisham (c1829-aft 1870); married on 30 July 1868 to Martha Tabitha Johnson
(1849-1928), daughter of Thomas A. Johnson (c1817-????) and Rebecca C.
_______ (c1820-????); moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas, 1890s
>
> Children: Nora O. Tate Parsons Perry Powell (1869-c1911); Jerome W. Tate
(1871-????); Ida Florence Tate Cobb (1876-1903); Arch Paisley Tate
(1880-1945); Mary A. "Mollie" Tate Harmon (1882-1973); Mattie Lila Tate
(1886-1981); Bessie D. Tate Rains (1890-1981)
>
> 13. James William Thompson (c1845-c1883) Co. E, 10th AR Infantry, CSA -
GRAVE LOCATION KNOWN
>
> Born in Lincoln County, Tennessee; married on 22 Jan 1867 to Nancy Melvina
Garrett (1848-1928), daughter of Elisha James Garrett (1812-c1865) and
Agness Heffington (1813-bet 1860/65); moved to Faulkner County, Arkansas,
bef 1861
>
> Children: Jesse Milton Thompson (1870-1901); Mary M. Thompson Smith
(1872-1954); James B. Thompson (c1876-????)
>
>
>
>
> Note: I am descended from Jesse Boswell Bass Sr. (4 greats-grandfather),
William M. Carter (great-great grandfather), Thomas Allen Mabry (4
greats-grandfather), William Buford Parsons (3 greats-grandfather), and John
Lee Smith (3 greats-grandfather). I am a nephew to William M. Brady, Absolom
Pinkney Bryant, Silas H. James, Gideon Lowery, James D. Lowery, Alexander
Franklin Middleton, James William Thompson, and John Trump, as they were
siblings of my direct ancestors or married siblings of my direct ancestors.
>
> Charles David Parsons
>
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>
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