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Juda Louisa Bartlett
(1818-1861)
And Some of Her Descendants

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Generation One

1. Juda Louisa BARTLETT was born on 10 Sep 1818 in Knox County, Tennessee,1,2 the fourth daughter and fifth child of Jesse BARTLETT and Frances CALLAWAY3 She married John C. NEILL on 6 Sep 1838 in Washington County, Texas.4,5,6 She married Thomas Ingles SMITH, son of Bird Bowker SMITH and Rhoda INGLES, in Navarro County, Texas.7,8,9 She married Clinton McKamy WINKLER, son of David Tate WINKLER and Lavinia Gates OWEN, on 24 Dec 1848 in Porter's Bluff, Navarro County, Texas.10,11,12,13 She died in Nov 1861 at age 43.14 She was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.15,16,16a She was six or seven years old when the family moved from Tennessee to Illinois and fourteen years old when they arrived in Texas in late 1831. Her marriage to her first husband, John C. Neill, was in a double ceremony with her sister, Nancy.17

John C. NEILL died in the early 1840s18 after he and Louisa obtained a divorce from the Congress of the Republic of Texas as signed by President Sam Houston on 23 Jul 1842.18a  He probably was the John Neal who served in Henry Wax Karnes's Second Cavalry Regiment from 29 Feb to 30 Apr 1836, including participating in the Battle of San Jacinto on 21 Apr, and in Captain Hill's company from 30 Apr to 30 May 1836. He also may be the John C. Neal who lived in Washington-on-the-Brazos in 1836 and with several others agreed to rent for three months the building where the convention that declared Texas independence was to meet (on which the group defaulted).19,20

Children of Juda Louisa BARTLETT and John C. NEILL were:

Thomas Ingles SMITH21,22 (thought to be the person pictured at the left) was born on 30 May 1800 in Virginia.23 He married R. HOGSETT.24 He died on 30 Mar 1848 in Capt. Thomas Ingles SmithAustin, Travis County, Texas, at age 47.25 He was born in Tennessee and moved to Texas in 1836, after the Battle of San Jacinto, to serve in the Army of the Republic of Texas. In 1842 he enlisted as a private in a volunteer company and was wounded at the Battle of Salado Creek on September 18. When the Somervell expedition was announced the next month, he enlisted as a private in the South Western Army, later was elected a third lieutenant, and stayed with the army until it reached the Rio Grande; he then returned to San Antonio and thus avoided capture in the Battle of Mier and subsequent possible execution in the "black bean incident." The next year, 1843, at Gov. Sam Houston's direction, he led the party that removed the state's archives and attempted to move them from Austin to Houston in the unsuccessful Archive War. Later that year he moved to a farm on Chambers Creek in what is now Ellis County, Texas. He led a party that scouted for hostile Indians in the Wichita Mountains in 1844, and likely was the Thomas Smith who served as a lieutenant in the Robertson County ranger force for most of 1845. In the fall of 1845 he was a commissioner who negotiated peace treaties with ten Indian tribes, the last Indian treaty of the Republic of Texas. In the summer of 1846 he raised a volunteer company, Smith's Battalion of the Texas Mounted Volunteers, which he later commanded as a major, that defended the western frontier against Indian raids. His battalion mustered out of federal service on 17 Aug 1847, and he returned home, probably to Navarro County, where he commanded a ranger company on Richland Creek. His biography in The New Handbook of Texas states that he and "Mary Louise (Bartlett) O'Neill, the widow of John C. O'Neill," had three children, but no information on the children has been found. His biography in Annie Carpenter Love's History of Navarro County states that he had a son, Thomas I. SMITH, who died in childhood and was buried near what is now First Avenue in Corsicana.26,27,28  Click here to go to a page with links to on-line information about Thomas I. Smith.

Children of Juda Louisa BARTLETT and Thomas Ingles SMITH were:

Clinton McKamy WINKLER32 (pictured above) was born on 19 Oct 1821 in Burke County, North Carolina.33,34 He married Angelina V. SMITH, daughter of Bird Bowker SMITH and Rhoda INGLES, on 7 Jan 1864 in Richmond, Virginia.35,36,37,38 He died on 13 May 1882 in Austin, Travis County, Texas, at age 60.39,40 He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.41,42,43 His parents owned a small farm in North Carolina and moved to Indiana in 1835. He migrated to Texas at age 18 and settled in Franklin in July 1840, where he was deputy county clerk of Robertson County from 1840 until 1843, when he became clerk pro tem of the district court. The next year he was admitted to the bar in Robertson County in 1844 and was elected district clerk. He is said to have had a role in causing the 1st Texas Legislature to create Navarro County in 1846, is credited with sponsoring legislation to make Corsicana the county seat, and moved to the new county in 1847. He represented Robertson County in the House of Representatives of the 2d Texas Legislature. He practiced law during the 1850's and in 1861 joined half a dozen others in organizing the secession effort in the county. He commanded the Navarro Rifles, which became Company I, 4th Regiment, of Hood's Texas Brigade, the only Texas infantry unit in the Army of Northern Virginia under Gen. Lee. He was severely wounded at the Battle of Gettysburg, participated in campaigns in Tennessee, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, and attained the rank of lieutenant colonel. As a lieutenant colonel he was in command of the 4th Texas Infantry when it surrendered at Appomattox. After the Civil War he represented Navarro, Ellis, Hill, and Kaufman Counties in the 13th Texas Legislature and was elected one of the three judges of the Texas Court of Appeals, in which position he was serving when he died. He was grand master of the Texas Masonic lodge in 1870 and was state Democratic executive committee chairman and was active in party efforts to end Reconstruction. He and Louisa had three children, and he and Angelina, who was from Richmond, Virginia, had six children. He was a lifelong Methodist. Winkler County in West Texas is named for him.44,45,46 Click here to go to a page with links to on-line information about C. M. Winkler.

Children of Juda Louisa BARTLETT and Clinton McKamy WINKLER were :


Generation Two

2. Frances Emeline NEILL (Juda BARTLETT)53,54 was born on 7 Sep 1839 in Washington County, Texas.55,56,57 She married William R. POWERS on 29 Apr 1858 in Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.58,59,60 She died on 10 Feb 1861 in Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas, at age 21.61,62

To read an obituary of Frances Emeline Neill, click here

William R. POWERS probably is the W. R. Powers (1833-1886) who is buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Corsicana, Texas.63

Children of Frances Emeline NEILL and William R. POWERS were:

4. Martha Lavina WINKLER (Juda BARTLETT)67,68 was born in 1850.69 She married Alexander Douglas MCCONNICO, son of Samuel Bacon MCCONNICO and Mary Lewis BOYLE.70 They lived in Bryan, Texas.71

Children of Martha Lavina WINKLER and Alexander Douglas MCCONNICO were :

Mary Louise Winkler Frost5. Mary Louise WINKLER (Juda BARTLETT)101,102,103,104 (pictured at left, and below with daughters Louise and Boyd--photos courtesy of Jeanne and John Stovall) was born on 5 Jul 1853 in Texas.105,106,107,108 She married Samuel Romulus FROST, son of William W. FROST and Mary Louise BREWER, on 4 Jan 1872 in Navarro County, Texas.109,110,111 She died on 10 May 1925 in Navarro County, Texas, at age 71.112,113,114 She was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.115

Samuel Romulus FrostSamuel Romulus FROST116,117,118,119 (pictured at right--photo courtesy of Ed Williams) was born on 1 Mar 1846 in Montgomery County, Texas.120,121,122,123 He died on 1 Jan 1908 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, at age 61.124,125,126,127 He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.128 His parents and he moved to Navarro County, Texas in 1846, the year he was born, and he was raised on a farm in the western part of the county, near the Dresden and Raleigh communities. He served with Company I, 19th Texas Cavalry, in the Civil War. After attending school in Alvarado for four years and reading law for a year and a half, he was sworn in as a lawyer at Corsicana in October 1870. In 1870 or 1871 he was appointed county attorney, but the "scalawag" governor, E. J. Davis, removed him for obstructing reconstruction. He was elected county judge of Navarro County in 1876, the first under the post-Reconstruction state constitution; represented Navarro County in the 16th Texas Legislature in 1879; became district judge in 1886; represented Johnson, Hill, Ellis, and Navarro Counties in the 21st Legislature in 1889 (but resigned before completing his term); and was an attorney for the Cotton Belt and the Houston and Texas Central railroads. His wedding in 1872 was the first in the new Methodist church. The family lived at 1325 West 13th St. in Corsicana. Cross Roads, a western Navarro County town, was renamed Frost in his honor.129,130,131 Click here to go to a page with links to on-line information about Sam Frost.

Sam Frost's signature
Sam Frost's signature in 1875

Louise Frost and Boyd Frost with motherChildren of Mary Louise WINKLER and Samuel Romulus FROST were :


Generation Three

17. Katie FROST (Mary WINKLER, Juda BARTLETT)149,150,151 was born on 8 Aug 1873 in Navarro County, Texas.152,153 She married Archie Norris JUSTISS, son of John JUSTISS and Mary _____, on 12 Nov 1893 in Navarro County, Texas.154,155 She died on 13 Sep 1966 in Dallas County, Texas, at age 93.156,157 She was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.158

Archie Norris JUSTISS159,160 was born on 19 Jan 1866.161 He died on 22 Jan 1940 in Navarro County, Texas, at age 74.162,163 He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.164

Children of Katie FROST and Archie Norris JUSTISS were :

18. Lina FROST (Mary WINKLER, Juda BARTLETT)174 was born on 29 Jun 1875.175,176,177 She married George E. JESTER, son of Charles Wesley JESTER and Eliza ('Lisa') RAKESTRAW, on 18 Dec 1895 in Navarro County, Texas.178,179 She died on 4 May 1965 in Dallas County, Texas, at age 89.180,181,182 She was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.183,184

George E. JESTER185,186 was born on 14 Oct 1869 in Texas.187,188 He died on 22 Oct 1935 in Navarro County, Texas, at age 66.189,190,191 He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.192,193 He was an officer of Corsicana's First State Bank and later, after a merger, of State National Bank.194

Children of Lina FROST and George E. JESTER were :

20. Wilmac FROST (Mary WINKLER, Juda BARTLETT)199 was born on 1 Feb 1881 in Navarro County, Texas.200,201 She married Maxwell D. ALMOND on 28 Jan 1903 in Navarro County, Texas.202,203 She died on 23 Jan 1979 in Dallas County, Texas, at age 97.204,205 She was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.206

Maxwell D. ALMOND was born on 18 May 1876.207 He died on 5 Jun 1942 at age 66.208 He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.209

Children of Wilmac FROST and Maxwell D. ALMOND were :

21. Barry Lee FROST (Mary WINKLER, Juda BARTLETT)221 was born in 1884.222 He married Jo Lena TUCK. He married Joe Leuce LOCKHART.223 He died on 18 Jul 1951 in Navarro County, Texas.224,225 He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.226

There were no children of Barry Lee FROST and Jo Lena TUCK.

Children of Barry Lee FROST and Joe Leuce LOCKHART were :

22. Cleo FROST (Mary WINKLER, Juda BARTLETT)233 was born on 15 Apr 1888.234 She married Guy Moore GIBSON, son of John Neily GIBSON and Susan ('Susie') MOORE, in 1908.235 She died on 26 Sep 1969 in Dallas County, Texas, at age 81.236,237 She was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.238

Guy Moore GIBSON was born on 12 Jul 1877.239 He died on 12 Nov 1945 in Navarro County, Texas, at age 68.240,241 He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.242 With both of his parents dead by the time he was 24, and being the oldest of the children, he raised most of his brothers and sisters. His sister, Ola Corrinne, married Will BARTLETT, a second cousin of Cleo FROST, Guy's wife.

Children of Cleo FROST and Guy Moore GIBSON were :

23. Boyd FROST (Mary WINKLER, Juda BARTLETT)249 (pictured above with sister Louise and their mother) was born in 1889.250 She married Richard L. CALKINS after 1912. She died on 24 Mar 1937 in Navarro County, Texas.251,252 She was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.253 Richard operated a Ford dealership in Corsicana, Texas.

Children of Boyd FROST and Richard L. CALKINS were :

24. Louise FROST (Mary WINKLER, Juda BARTLETT)255,256,257 (pictured above with sister Boyd and their mother) was born in 1893 in Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.258 She married Adelbert Downing KNEALE. She died in 1935 in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma.259

Children of Louise FROST and Adelbert Downing KNEALE were :


Generation Four

30. Katherine JESTER (Lina FROST, Mary WINKLER, Juda BARTLETT)262,263 married Robert C. Brashear.264

39. Mary Louise GIBSON (Cleo FROST, Mary WINKLER, Juda BARTLETT)267,268 was born on 22 Sep 1909.269,270 She married Henry G. JOHNSTON.271 She married Lunsford P. Livingston.272 She died on 12 Jan 1975 in Dallas County, Texas, at age 65.273,274,275 She was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.276

Henry G. JOHNSTON. He was from Corsicana, Texas.

There were no children of Mary Louise GIBSON and Henry G. JOHNSTON.

Lunsford P. LIVINGSTON was born on 3 Jan 1913.277,278 He died in Feb 1987 at age 74.279 He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.280

40. Sue Frost GIBSON (Cleo FROST, Mary WINKLER, Juda BARTLETT) was born on 21 Nov 1910 in Navarro County, Texas.293,294,295 She married James Newton BURNETT. She died on 16 Jul 1986 in Navarro County, Texas, at age 75.296,297,298 She was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.299

James Newton BURNETT was born on 7 Nov 1908 in Hardin County, Texas.300 He died on 8 Jan 1983 in Navarro County, Texas, at age 74.301,302 He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.303 He was from Corsicana, Texas.

42. William Peck ('Billy') GIBSON (Cleo FROST, Mary WINKLER, Juda BARTLETT)304,305 was born on 13 Oct 1918 in Navarro County, Texas.306,307 He married Ann GLADNEY. He died in May 1987 at age 68.308 He earned a law degree from the University of Texas in 1947, served in World War II, and was a lawyer with Texaco, Inc. in Houston, Texas.309


Sources 

1. Holy Bible (Philadelphia, Pa.: M. Carey & Son, 1817), p. 678 (giving only the date). This bible was originally owned by Jesse Bartlett and Frances Callaway Bartlett and was in the possession of Ruby Lynn Shelton, Rice, Tex., in 1974. On the flyleaf, believed to be in Jesse's hand, is "Jesse Bartlett his Book."
2. Supposition as to place, based on family's residence.
3. Transcript, Bartlett's Heirs v. Mary A. Hubert, case M-2846, Texas Supreme Court Papers, Texas State Archives, p. 1 (naming Louisa Winkler of Navaro [sic] County, Texas as a child and heir at law of Jesse Bartlett).
4. Dorothy Ledbetter Murray and Nicholas Russell Murray, comps., Marriage Records: Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Texas, compact disc CD5 (n.p.: Automated Archives, Inc., 1994) (giving her name as Louisa Bartlett).
5. Marriage Record, Washington County, Tex., bk. 1, p. 3 (giving her name as Louisa Bartlett and his name as John C. Niel).
6. Nancy Timmons Samuels & Barbara Roach Knox, comps., Old Northwest Texas: Historical-Statistical-Biographical, vol. 1-B, Navarro County, 1846-1860 (Ft. Worth, Tex.: Ft. Worth Gen. Soc'y, 1980), p. 548 (giving her name as Louisa R. Bartlett).
7. Thomas W. Cutrer, "Thomas Ingles Smith" in The New Handbook of Texas (Austin, Tex.: Tex. State Hist. Ass'n, 1996), vol. 5, pp. 1109-10 (stating that Smith married "Mary Louise (Bartlett) O'Neill, the widow of John C. O'Neill" and that they had three children).
8. Annie Carpenter love, History of Navarro County (Dallas, Tex.: Southwest Press, 1933), pp. 252-53 (stating that "Thos. I. Smith came to Navarro County the year before it was organized and later married Mary Louisa Neil, a widowed daughter of J. L. Bartlett who made his home at Taos for some years," apparently thinking of her brother, Joseph C. Bartlett).
9. Alva Taylor, "Beginning of Corsicana," Navarro County Scroll, 1963, p. 7 (stating that Smith was a partner with J. C. Neil and, when Neil died, "married his widow, who was the daughter of J. L. Bartlett of near Bazette," also apparently thinking of her brother, Joseph C. Bartlett).
10. Marriage Records, Navarro County, Tex., vol. A, p. 8 (giving her name as Mrs. Louisa Smith).
11. Annie Carpenter Love, History of Navarro County, above, p. 254.
12. Northern Standard, Clarksville, Tex., 27 Jan 1849, p. 3, col. 2 ("MARRIED, On the 24th December, at Porter's Bluffs, by Wm. Spurling, Esq., CLINTON W. WINKLER, to Mrs. LOUISA SMITH, all of Navarro county").
13. Wyvonne Yaws Putman, "Louisa Bartlett Neil Smith Winkler," in Navarro County History, vol. 6 (Corsicana, Tex.: The Navarro County Hist. Soc'y, 1998), p. 128 (giving only the date).
14. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9 (Corsicana, Tex.: The Navarro County Gen. Soc'y, 1989), p. 3 (year of death).
15. Robert N. Jones, "Clinton McKamy Winkler," in The New Handbook of Texas (Austin, Tex.: Tex. State Hist. Ass'n, 1996), vol. 6, pp. 1021-22.
16. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 3 ("Mary Louise Bartlett, wife of Clinton M. Winkler").
16a. Grave marker, Oakwood Cemetery, Corsicana, Tex.  ("Mary Louise Bartlett 1823-1861wife of Clinton M. Winkler").
17. Joseph C. Bartlett, letter to Gen. Robertson, 9 May 1873, "J. C. Bartlett 1873-76" folder, box 2H118, Texas Veterans' Association Papers, A-Fn, Center for American History, University of Texas, Austin, Tex. (stating that he arrived in Texas in December 1831; presumably sister Louisa and the rest of the family made the same trip).
18. Nancy Timmons Samuels & Barbara Roach Knox, comps., Old Northwest Texas, vol. 1-B, above, p. 548.
18a. Harriet Smither, ed., Journals of the Sixth Congress of the Republic of Texas, 1841-1842, vol. III (Austin, Tex.: Capital Printing Co., Inc., 1945), pp. 507-8 (stating that "the bonds of matrimony heretofore existing between J. C. Neal and Louisa Neal . . . be, and the same are hereby dissolved, and the . . . parties are left free to act and contract for themselves, as though they had never been married" by an act of the Congress of the Republic of Texas approved by President Sam Houston on 23 Jul 1842).
19. Sam Houston Dixon and Louis Wiltz Kemp, The Heroes of San Jacinto (Houston, Tex.: The Anson Jones Press, 1932), pp. 305, 316 (Texas Army).
20. Louis Wiltz Kemp, The Signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence (Salado, Tex.: The Anson Jones Press, 1959), p. xxvi (convention building).
21. Sue Patterson, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 3 Mar 2000 (naming Bird Bowker Smith as his father).
22. Ibid. (naming Rhoda Ingles as his mother).
23. Sue Patterson, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 3 Mar 2000.
24. Ibid.
25. Ibid.
26. Thomas W. Cutrer, "Thomas Ingles Smith," above.
27. Annie Carpenter Love, History of Navarro County, above, pp. 252-53.
28. Homer S. Thrall, A Pictorial History of Texas, from the Earliest Visits of European Adventurers to A.D. 1885, rev. and enl. ed. (New York: N. D. Thompson Publishing Co., 1885), p. 622.
29. Sue Patterson, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 3 Mar 2000 (naming Thomas Ingles Smith as his father).
30. Ibid. (naming Jude Louisa Bartlett as his mother).
31. Sue Patterson, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 3 Mar 2000.
32. Joe E. Ericson, Judges of the Republic of Texas (1836-1846): A Biographical Directory (Dallas, Tex.: Taylor Publishing Co., 1980), p. 304 (naming David T. Winkler as his father and citing generally to 1850 census of the State of Texas).
33. Robert N. Jones, "Clinton McKamy Winkler," above.
34. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 3.
35. Robert N. Jones, "Clinton McKamy Winkler," above (giving only the date).
36. Annie Carpenter Love, History of Navarro County, above, p. 254 (giving only the date).
37. Alva Taylor, "In Memoriam: Myra Carroll Winkler," Navarro County Scroll, 1963, n.p. (giving only the date).
38. Carrie B. Waters, 305 W. 4th, Cisco, Tex., letter to Hettie Lee Drummond, 2 Nov 1959 (copy obtained 28 Jun 1973 by Roger Bartlett from Garrett B. Drummond, Jr.).
39. Navarro Leaves and Branches, vol. XVI, no. IV (Nov 1993), p. 6 (citing "The North and South American Review").
40. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 3.
41. Robert N. Jones, "Clinton McKamy Winkler," above.
42. Annie Carpenter Love, History of Navarro County, above, p. 254.
43. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 3.
44. Navarro Leaves and Branches, above, vol. XVI, no. IV (Nov 1993), p. 8 (citing "The North and South American Review") (Appomattox).
45. Robert N. Jones, "Clinton McKamy Winkler," above.
46. Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-1962 (Austin, Tex.: n.pub., n.a. [ca. 1963]), pp. 8, 76.
47. Wyvonne Yaws Putman, "Louisa Bartlett Neill Smith Winkler," above (naming Clinton M. Winkler as her father).
48. Ibid. (naming Louisa Bartlett Neil Smith Winkler as her mother).
49. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 3.
50. Wyvonne Yaws Putman, "Louisa Bartlett Neill Smith Winkler," above.
51. Index to Texas Death Records (Austin, Tex.: Tex. Dept. of Health, Bur. of Vital Statistics), 1903-40, vol. 36, p. 17742, file 10426.
52. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 3.
53. Nancy Timmons Samuels & Barbara Roach Knox, comps., Old Northwest Texas, vol. 1-B, above, p. 548 (naming John C. Neill as her father).
54. Ibid., p. 548 (naming Louisa R. Bartlett as her mother).
55. Bartlett-Callaway bible, above, p. 679 (spelling her surname as Neal) (giving only the date).
56. Nancy Timmons Samuels & Barbara Roach Knox, comps., Old Northwest Texas, vol. 1-B, above, p. 548 (spelling her middle name as Emaline).
57. Navarro Express, Corsicana, Tex., 27 Feb 1861, p. 3, col. 1.
58. Navarro County, Texas Marriages, vol. 1, 1846-1888 (Corsicana, Tex.: The Navarro County Gen. Soc'y, 1987), p. 8 (spelling her name as Frances E. Neal).
59. Nancy Timmons Samuels & Barbara Roach Knox, comps., Old Northwest Texas, vol. 1-B, above, p. 548 (giving her middle name as Emaline).
60. Navarro Express, Corsicana, Tex., 27 Feb 1861, p. 3, col. 1.
61. Nancy Timmons Samuels & Barbara Roach Knox, comps., Old Northwest Texas, vol. 1-B, above, p. 548 (spelling her middle name as Emaline).
62. Navarro Express, Corsicana, Tex., 27 Feb 1861, p. 3, col. 1.
63. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 106.
64. Navarro Express, Corsicana, Tex., 27 Feb 1861, p. 3, col. 1 (indicating that Frances Powers was buried beside a small daughter named Emma Lou).
65. Ibid., 27 Feb 1861, p. 3, col. 1 (obituary of Frances Emeline Powers) (stating that Frances is "now sleeping beside her little Emma Lou in death").
66. Ibid.
67. Wyvonne Yaws Putman, "Louisa Bartlett Neill Smith Winkler," above (naming Clinton M. Winkler as her father).
68. Ibid. (naming Louisa Bartlett Neil Smith Winkler as her mother).
69. Wyvonne Yaws Putman, "Louisa Bartlett Neill Smith Winkler," above.
70. Jean Gibbons, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 19 Feb 2000 (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.]).
71. Ibid.
72. Ibid. (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Alexander Douglas McConnico as his mother).
73. Register 1, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Bryan, Tex., online http://www.standrewsbcs.org/1-families.htm, downloaded 4 Mar 2001, p. 64 (naming Alex. D. McConnico as his father).
74. Jean Gibbons, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 19 Feb 2000 (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Martha Lavinia Winkler as his mother).
75. Register 1, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Bryan, Tex., online, above, p. 64 (naming Larinin M. McConnico as his mother).
76. Ibid., p. 64.
77. Jean Gibbons, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 19 Feb 2000 (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Alexander Douglas McConnico as his mother).
78. Ibid. (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Martha Lavinia Winkler as his mother).
79. Ibid. (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Alexander Douglas McConnico as his mother).
80. Register 1, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Bryan, Tex., online, above, p. 64 (naming Alex. D. McConnico as his father).
81. Jean Gibbons, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 19 Feb 2000 (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Martha Lavinia Winkler as his mother).
82. Register 1, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Bryan, Tex., online, above, p. 64 (naming Larinin M. McConnico as his mother).
83. Ibid., p. 64.
84. Jean Gibbons, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 19 Feb 2000 (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Alexander Douglas McConnico as his mother).
85. Ibid. (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Martha Lavinia Winkler as his mother).
86. Ibid. (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Alexander Douglas McConnico as her mother).
87. Register 1, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Bryan, Tex., online, above, p. 64 (naming Alex. D. McConnico as her father).
88. Jean Gibbons, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 19 Feb 2000 (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Martha Lavinia Winkler as her mother).
89. Register 1, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Bryan, Tex., online, above, p. 64 (naming Larinin M. McConnico as her mother).
90. Ibid., p. 64.
91. Jean Gibbons, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 19 Feb 2000 (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Alexander Douglas McConnico as her mother).
92. Ibid. (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Martha Lavinia Winkler as her mother).
93. Ibid. (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Alexander Douglas McConnico as her mother).
94. Ibid. (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Martha Lavinia Winkler as her mother).
95. Ibid. (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Alexander Douglas McConnico as her mother).
96. Ibid. (citing Evelyn Bergman Evans, Footprints with Footnotes, A Family History, The McConnico Family with Spann, Dargan, Russell, Sterling Connections [Houston, Tex.: A. V. Emmott and Sons, Bookbinders, Inc., n.d.], naming Martha Lavinia Winkler as her mother).
97. Register 1, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Bryan, Tex., online, above, p. 64 (naming Alex. D. McConnico as her father).
98. Ibid., p. 64 (naming Mary L. McConnico as her grandmother).
99. Ibid., p. 64 (naming Larinin M. McConnico as her mother).
100. Ibid., p. 64.
101. Records of Bank Sutherland Funeral Home (later McCammon Funeral Home), Corsicana, Texas, in Navarro Leaves and Branches, vol. V, no. 3 (Aug 1982), p. 47 (naming C. M. Winkler, born in Virginia, as her father).
102. Wyvonne Putman, "Judge Samuel Romulus Frost," in Navarro County Scroll 1988 (Corsicana, Tex.: The Navarro County Hist. Soc'y, 1967), pp. 10-18, p. 18 (naming Col. C. M. Winkler as her father).
103. Wyvonne Yaws Putman, "Louisa Bartlett Neill Smith Winkler," above (giving her name as Mary Lavinia and naming Clinton M. Winkler as her father).
104. Ibid. (giving her name as Mary Lavinia and naming Louisa Bartlett Neil Smith Winkler as her mother).
105. Standard certificate of death (Texas Department of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics) no. 4094 for Roger Frost, filed with local registrar on 21 Jan 1943, Mrs. A. N. Justiss, informant, per copy provided by Texas Department of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics, to Roger Bartlett on 29 Aug 1996 (stating that she was born in Texas without giving the date).
106. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 112 (stating that she was born in 1853 without naming the place).
107. Records of Bank Sutherland Funeral Home, above, in Navarro Leaves and Branches, vol. V, no. 3 (Aug 1982), p. 47.
108. Wyvonne Yaws Putman, "Louisa Bartlett Neill Smith Winkler," above (stating that she was born in 1853 without naming the place).
109. Marriage Records, Navarro County, Tex., vol. 1, p. 415.
110. Wyvonne Putman, "Judge Samuel Romulus Frost," above, p. 18 (giving only the date).
111. Wyvonne Yaws Putman, "Louisa Bartlett Neill Smith Winkler," above (not giving the date or place).
112. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1903-40, vol. 17, p. 8336, file 19227.
113. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 112 (year of death).
114. Records of Bank Sutherland Funeral Home, above, in Navarro Leaves and Branches, vol. V, no. 3 (Aug 1982), p. 47 (giving only the date).
115. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 112 (common stone with Samuel R. Frost).
116. Nancy Timmons Samuels & Barbara Roach Knox, comps., Old Northwest Texas, vol. 1-B, above, p. 428 (naming William as his father).
117. "Samuel R. Frost Home," in Navarro County History, vol. 4 (Corsicana, Tex.: The Navarro County Hist. Soc'y, 1984), p. 106 (naming William W. Frost as his father).
118. Nancy Timmons Samuels & Barbara Roach Knox, comps., Old Northwest Texas, vol. 1-B, above, p. 428 (naming Louisa M. Brewer as his mother).
119. "Samuel R. Frost Home," above (naming Louisa Brewer as his mother).
120. W. P. Murchison, "Sam R. Frost, County Judge," in Navarro County History, vol. 2 (Corsicana, Tex.: The Navarro County Hist. Soc'y, 1978), p. 118.
121. Annie Carpenter Love, History of Navarro County, above, p. 258.
122. Death certificate for Roger Frost, above (not giving the date and stating that he was born in Texas).
123. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 112 (giving only the year and not naming the place).
124. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1903-40, vol. 17, p. 8337, file 55142.
125. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 112 (giving only the year and not naming the place).
126. Records of Bank Sutherland Funeral Home, above, in Navarro Leaves and Branches, vol. IV, no. 2 (May 1981), p. 36 (giving only the date).
127. "Samuel R. Frost Home," above.
128. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 112 (common stone with Mary Louise Winkler).
129. Annie Carpenter Love, History of Navarro County, above, pp. 258-59.
130. Members of Texas Legislature 1846-1962, above, pp. 97, 136.
131. "Samuel R. Frost Home," above.
132. Death certificate for Roger Frost, above (naming Sam R. Frost as his father).
133. Wyvonne Putman, "Judge Samuel Romulus Frost," above, p. 18 (naming Samuel Romulus Frost as his father).
134. Death certificate for Roger Frost, above (naming Mary Louise Winkler as his mother).
135. Death certificate for Roger Frost, above.
136. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 112 (date of birth) (giving his name as Samuel Rogers Frost, Jr.).
137. Death certificate for Roger Frost, above.
138. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 112 (date of death) (giving his name as Samuel Rogers Frost, Jr.).
139. Death certificate for Roger Frost, above.
140. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 112 (giving his name as Samuel Rogers Frost, Jr.).
141. Death certificate for Roger Frost, above (giving his residence and occupation at death).
142. Mattie Mae Ellis, Rice, Tex., letter to Roger Bartlett, 6 Jan 1977 (stating that he never married and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
143. Alice Duggan Gracy, Jane Sumner, and Emma Gene Seale Gentry, comps., Early Texas Birth Records 1838-1878 (Easley, S.C.: Southern Hist. Press, 1978), vol. II, p. 103.
144. Wyvonne Putman, "Judge Samuel Romulus Frost," above, p. 18 (naming Samuel Romulus Frost as his father).
145. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 112.
146. Ibid.
147. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1903-40, vol. 17, p. 8334, file 29390 (giving his name as C. W. Frost.
148. Mattie Mae Ellis, 6 Jan 1977 letter, above (attributing information to Sue Burnett).
149. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10 (Corsicana, Tex.: The Navarro County Gen. Soc'y, 1990), p. 111 (naming Sam R. Frost as her father).
150. Wyvonne Putman, "Judge Samuel Romulus Frost," above, p. 18 (naming Samuel Romulus Frost as her father).
151. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 111 (naming Mary Frost as her mother).
152. Alice Duggan Gracy, et al., Early Texas Birth Records 1838-1878, above, vol. II, p. 103 (giving her name as Kate Marie).
153. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 111.
154. Navarro County, Texas Marriages, vol. 2, 1889-1899 (Corsicana, Tex.: The Navarro County Gen. Soc'y, 1987), p. 142 (citing Navarro County, Texas Marriage Records, vol. VII, p. 507).
155. Mattie Mae Ellis, 6 Jan 1977 letter, above (giving his name as A. N. Justis [sic] and not giving the date or place; attributing information to Sue Burnett).
156. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1966, vol. 2, p. 759, file 65051.
157. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 111.
158. Ibid., p. 111 (common stone with Archie Norris Justiss).
159. Ibid., p. 111 (naming John Justiss as his father).
160. Ibid., p. 111 (naming Mary Justiss as her mother).
161. Ibid., p. 111.
162. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1903-40, vol. 28, p. 13572, file 4526.
163. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 111 (date of death).
164. Ibid., p. 111 (common stone with Katie Frost Justiss).
165. Mattie Mae Ellis, 6 Jan 1977 letter, above (naming A. N. Justis [sic] as his father and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
166. Ibid. (naming Katie Frost as his mother and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
167. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 111.
168. Mattie Mae Ellis, 6 Jan 1977 letter, above (giving his name as Archibald Justis [sic], naming A. N. Justis [sic] as his father, and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
169. Ibid. (giving his name as Archibald Justis [sic], naming Katie Frost as his mother, and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
170. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 111.
171. Ibid.
172. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1985 (microfiche), p. 1040, file 63667-85.
173. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 111.
174. Wyvonne Putman, "Judge Samuel Romulus Frost," above, p. 18 (naming Samuel Romulus Frost as her father).
175. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 32 (giving only the year).
176. Social Security Death Records, online http://www.ancestry.com, downloaded 9 Mar 1998.
177. Edward Lynn Williams, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 2 Nov 1998.
178. Navarro County, Texas Marriages, vol. 2, 1889-1899, above, p. 164 (citing Navarro County, Texas Marriage Records, vol. IX, p. 94).
179. Edward Lynn Williams, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 2 Nov 1998.
180. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1965, vol. 2, p. 688, file 29122.
181. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 32 (giving only the date).
182. Edward Lynn Williams, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 2 Nov 1998.
183. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 32.
184. Edward Lynn Williams, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 2 Nov 1998.
185. Ibid. (naming Charles Wesley Jester as his father).
186. Ibid. (naming Eliza ['Lisa'] Rakestraw as his mother).
187. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 32 (giving only the date).
188. Edward Lynn Williams, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 2 Nov 1998.
189. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1903-40, vol. 26, p. 12913, file 48164.
190. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 32.
191. Edward Lynn Williams, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 2 Nov 1998.
192. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 32.
193. Edward Lynn Williams, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 2 Nov 1998.
194. Annie Carpenter Love, History of Navarro County, above, pp. 136, 262.
195. Mattie Mae Ellis, 6 Jan 1977 letter, above (naming George E. Jester as her father and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
196. Edward Lynn Williams, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 2 Nov 1998 (naming George E. Jester as her father).
197. Mattie Mae Ellis, 6 Jan 1977 letter, above (naming Lina Frost as her mother and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
198. Edward Lynn Williams, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 2 Nov 1998 (naming Lina Frost as her mother).
199. Wyvonne Putman, "Judge Samuel Romulus Frost," above, p. 18 (naming Samuel Romulus Frost as her father).
200. Index to Texas Delayed Probate Birth Records (Austin, Tex.: Tex. Dept. of Health, Bur. of Vital Statistics), sec. 2, vol. 4, p. 1955, file 1282968.
201. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 69 (date of birth).
202. Navarro Leaves and Branches, above, vol. XVI, no. I (Feb 1993), p. 7 (citing Navarro County, Tex. Marriage Records, bk. XIV, p. 147).
203. Mattie Mae Ellis, 6 Jan 1977 letter, above (not giving the date or place and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
204. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1979 (microfiche), p. 31, file 7403-79.
205. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 69 (giving only the date).
206. Ibid., p. 69.
207. Ibid.
208. Ibid.
209. Ibid.
210. Mattie Mae Ellis, 6 Jan 1977 letter, above (naming Maxwell D. Almond as her father and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
211. Ibid. (naming Wilmac Frost as her mother and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
212. Ibid. (giving his name as Jack Almond, naming Maxwell D. Almond as his father, and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
213. Ibid. (giving his name as Jack Almond, naming Wilmac Frost as his mother, and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
214. Index to Texas Delayed Probate Birth Records, above, vol. 1, p. 304, file 543553.
215. Social Security Death Records, online http://www.ancestry.com, above, downloaded 5 Sep 1998 (giving only the date).
216. Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Tex., 25 May 1998, n.p.
217. Mattie Mae Ellis, 6 Jan 1977 letter, above (naming Maxwell D. Almond as his father and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
218. Ibid. (naming Wilmac Frost as his mother and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
219. Ibid. (naming Maxwell D. Almond as his father and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
220. Ibid. (naming Wilmac Frost as his mother and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
221. Wyvonne Putman, "Judge Samuel Romulus Frost," above, p. 18 (naming Samuel Romulus Frost as his father).
222. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 112.
223. Mattie Mae Ellis, 6 Jan 1977 letter, above (attributing information to Sue Burnett).
224. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 112.
225. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1946-55, vol. 7, p. 3413, file 37172.
226. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 112.
227. Mattie Mae Ellis, 6 Jan 1977 letter, above (naming Barry Frost as his father and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
228. Ibid. (naming Joe Leuce Lockhart as his mother and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
229. Ibid. (naming Barry Frost as her father and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
230. Ibid. (naming Joe Leuce Lockhart as her mother and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
231. Ibid. (naming Barry Frost as her father and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
232. Ibid. (naming Joe Leuce Lockhart as her mother and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
233. Wyvonne Putman, "Judge Samuel Romulus Frost," above, p. 18 (spelling her name as Clio and naming Samuel Romulus Frost as her father).
234. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 71.
235. Mattie Mae Ellis, 6 Jan 1977 letter, above (not giving the date and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
236. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1969, vol. 2, p. 532, file 70889 (giving her name as Clio [sic] Frost Gibson).
237. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 71.
238. Ibid.
239. Ibid.
240. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1941-45, vol. 4, p. 1910, file 49995.
241. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 71 (date of death).
242. Ibid., p. 71.
243. Mrs. A. D. Ellis, "Gibson Family," in Navarro County History, vol. 2 (Corsicana, Tex.: The Navarro County Hist. Soc'y, 1978), p. 388.
244. Ibid.
245. Index to Texas Birth Records (Austin, Tex.: Tex. Dept. of Health, Bur. of Vital Statistics), 1915, vol. 1, p. 306, file 7769 (not naming the place and not giving his name but identifying him as "Infant of Guy M. Gibson").
246. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 71.
247. Ibid.
248. Ibid.
249. Wyvonne Putman, "Judge Samuel Romulus Frost," above, p. 18 (naming Samuel Romulus Frost as her father).
250. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 112.
251. Ibid.
252. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1903-40, vol. 8, p. 3655, file 16996.
253. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 9, above, p. 112 (identifying her as "wife of R. L. Calkins").
254. Wyvonne Putman, comp., Navarro County History (Quanah, Tex.: Nortex Press, 1975), p. 90 (stating that he was a great-grandson of Judge C. M. Winkler and a great-grandson of Thomas I. Smith).
255. Wyvonne Putman, "Judge Samuel Romulus Frost," above, p. 18 (naming Samuel Romulus Frost as her father).
256. Patsy Patterson, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 23 Jul 2000 (naming Samuel Romulus Frost as her father).
257. Ibid. (naming Mary Louise Winkler as her mother).
258. Patsy Patterson, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 23 Jul 2000.
259. Ibid.
260. Social Security Death Records, online http://www.ancestry.com, above, downloaded 7 Aug 2000.
261. Ibid., downloaded 7 Aug 2000 (stating that he died on 12 Apr 2000; not naming the place of death but stating that he lived in Tulsa, Okla. when he died).
262. Edward Lynn Williams, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 2 Nov 1998 (naming George E. Jester as her father).
263. Ibid. (naming Lina Frost as her mother).
264. Edward Lynn Williams, electronic mail to Roger Bartlett, 2 Nov 1998.
267. Mattie Mae Ellis, 6 Jan 1977 letter, above (naming Guy Moore Gibson as her father and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
268. Ibid. (naming Cleo Frost as her mother and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
269. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 71.
270. Social Security Death Records, online http://www.ancestry.com, above, downloaded 11 Mar 1998.
271. Mattie Mae Ellis, 6 Jan 1977 letter, above (giving his name as Horace Greely Johnston and attributing information to Sue Burnett).
272. Ibid. (attributing information to Sue Burnett).
273. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1975, vol. 2, p. 964, file 1943.
274. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 71.
275. Social Security Death Records, online http://www.ancestry.com, above, downloaded 11 Mar 1998 (stating that she died in Jan 1975; not naming the place of death but stating that she lived in Dallas, Texas when she died).
276. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 71.
277. Ibid.
278. Social Security Death Records, online http://www.ancestry.com, above, downloaded 17 Mar 1998.
279. Ibid., downloaded 17 Mar 1998 (not naming the place of death but stating that he lived in Dallas, Texas when he died).
280. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 71.
293. Index to Texas Delayed Certificates of Birth Filed Subsequent to January 1, 1960, 1-300,000 (Austin, Tex.: Tex. Dept. of Health, Bur. of Vital Statistics, 1975), vol. 4, p. 1719, file 38339.
294. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 13 (giving only the date).
295. Social Security Death Records, online http://www.ancestry.com, above, downloaded 11 Mar 1998 (giving only the date).
296. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1986 (microfiche), p. 263, file 64098-86.
297. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 13 (giving only the date).
298. Social Security Death Records, online http://www.ancestry.com, above, downloaded 11 Mar 1998 (stating that she died in Jul 1986; not naming the place of death but stating that she lived in Corsicana, Texas when she died).
299. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 13.
300. Index to Texas Birth Records, above, 1903-09, vol. 1, p. 357, file 79827.
301. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 13.
302. Index to Texas Death Records, above, 1983 (microfiche), p. 255, file 5140-83.
303. Navarro County Cemetery Records, vol. 10, above, p. 13.
304. Mrs. A. D. Ellis, "Gibson Family," above.
305. Ibid.
306. Index to Texas Delayed Probate Birth Records, above, vol. 13, p. 6372, file 362686.
307. Social Security Death Records, online http://www.ancestry.com, above, downloaded 11 Mar 1998 (giving only the date).
308. Ibid., downloaded 11 Mar 1998 (not naming the place of death but stating that he lived in Houston, Texas when he died).
309. Univ. of Tex. Law School Ass'n, Alumni Directory (White Plains, N.Y.: Bernard C. Harris Publishing Co., Inc., 1984), p. 78 (law degree).


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