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_________________________________________________________________ ISHAM/ISOM ESAU MATLOCK, b. ca 1782/86, Halifax Co. Virginia d. 27/28 Nov 1872/1874,Phelps/Crawford Co.Mo. bur Matlock Cem.(located on Joe SIMILY farm) m.NANCY ELLEN HAILE; ca 1808, Wash.Co.Tn. (dau of Meshack HAILE & Mary C. BUCKINGHAM) b. 1787, Maryland d. ca 1857/1860 -70, Missouri bur. Matlock Cem. St. James, Phelps Co. Missouri

Ishom Matlock was a soldier in the War of 1812. He enlisted in Carter Co. Tn., served from Oct 18,1813 to Jan 18,1814 as a Pvt. in Capt. Jesse COLE's Company of Tn. Militia. He also served as Cpl. in Capt. Henry HUNTER's Company. He was wounded in the War of 1812, a spinal injury that did not permit him to walk or stand erect for the rest of his life, but he hauled freight from Cuba to Dillion, Missouri at one time.

Ishom/Isom Matlock was living with son Jesse in 1870. Most of their children and families emigrated by ox cart from Tennessee to Missouri. Nancy did not want to make the arduous trip to Missouri in an ox cart, but according to Beulah DOWELL and Alice WENDT, Isham bought her a clock as an inducement and she came.

isomnan.gif (66421 bytes)     nanisom.gif (66356 bytes) JOHN MATLOCK b. 31 Jan 1809, Washington Co.,Tn. d. 2 Nov 1899, Phelps Co. Mo. bur. Morris Cem., on Joe SIMILY farm m. MELINDA ELLIS 12 Apr 1872,Jonesboro, Tn (possibly dau of James ELLIS and Elizabeth GRESHAM) b. 17 Mar 1810, Washington Co. Tn. d. 27 Dec 1898, Phelps Co. Missouri 

[Note's from Melba in 1991 - This line of Matlocks is my (Melba Duckles Wood) line, it encludes not only the Matlock's and Ellis's but the Dean's, Haile's, Gahr's, and the Binkley, Vick and Woolsey's.]

Melinda said both her parents were born in Tennessee. Melinda remains a mystery. Her father could be,James ELLIS,son of William ELLIS and Elizabeth GRESHAM,dau of Thomas GRESHAM and Dorcus LANE dau of John Fuller LANE, [son of Richard LANE and Sarah May FULLER] and Elizabeth CLOUD, [dau. of Isaac Cloud] . I (Melba) suspect this because of association, locality and family marriages. James and Betsy ELLIS had a large family, 13 or 14 children with only three sons. None of Melinda's family came to Missouri. Or could Melinda belong to John ELLIS and Elizabeth BEAN ???

Melinda Ellis Matlock was very old, sitting on a chair by the kitchen door in her little bonnet, as remembered by my mother, Opal Gahr DUCKLES, when she was four years old at her Grandmother Endimile Matlock Dean ADAM's home. Great Grandma Dean had light blue eyes, was short and plump. She loved to hide things from her daughters and was quite a tease.

They emigrated to Crawford Co.,Mo. in 1839, and lived at Dillion, Mo. After the Civil War they crossed the river on the ice to Norman Creek area, 15 miles southeast of Rolla. In 1 848 John MATLOCK was Justice of the Peace, was a member of the first Phelps Co., Court, Nov 1857. They spent the last years of their lives on the Simily farm, where they are buried in unmarked graves in the Simily Cemetery.

I made this list of children from the 1850 census and memory of family members. I can't find a Bible list. If anyone has a Bible, they haven't told me. HENRY BEASLEY MATLOCK b. 5 Nov 1829 and d. 10 Feb 1919 m. 1st LUCINDA DEAN; 24 Aug 1856 b. 19 Sept 1839 (dau of Moses DEAN and Mary BINKLEY. pg 5 in Melba's book. Moses b. in N.C. 6 Mar 1804 went to Davidson Co. Tn. to Crawford Co. later to Phelps Co. Mo. where he died 22 Dec 1857 ) m. 2nd ELIZA DILBECK

Moved to Oklahoma ca 1882/1886. They kept foster children, raising eleven children. Mary Binkley DEAN and younger children lived here after Moses DEAN died in 1857. Perry DEAN, my (Melba) grandfather, was raised in this home, and he married Endermile MATLOCK who lived next door. ELIZA LUCINDA MATLOCK b. 8 Jan 1859 m. MOUNCE MONROE FURRAY;14 Sep 1871 ADA LUCINDA FURRAY b. 1 Jan 1872 m. WILLIAM SWANK (3 Children) HENRY MOUNCE FURRAY b.12 Dec 1875 m. OKIE/OPIE BOWEN (1 Child) JOHN WESTLEY FURRAY b. 25 Oct 1884 m. WINIFRED BOWEN (1 Child) ALBERT C. FURRAY b. 15 Oct 1885/7 m. ALICE JANE GUSTAFSEN (3 Children) JOHN WESTLEY MATLOCK b. 31 Dec.1859 m. MARY ELLEN FURRAY; 14 Sep 1881 AMOS BOONE MATLOCK b. 17 Jan 1882 CLARA LUSINDA MATLOCK b. 30 Mar 1884 BERTHA MATLOCK  b. 11 Nov 1886 PEARL MATLOCK b. 14 Sep 1888 HENRY MOUNCE MATLOCK b. 25 Apr 1890 m. ETHAL HOAGG MARAH/MARCH JOHN FURRAY MATLOCK b. 14 Jan 1892 m. GRACE WEBB STANLEY GROVER MATLOCK b. 15 Feb 1894 m. MAHALA LEE LESSLEY (6 Children) LYDIA MAUYER MATLOCK b. 3 Jan 1896 m. JACOB R/J. BRUESCH (3 children including ...) S.R. BRUESCH, M.D. (U of Tennessee, Memphis, Tn.) HOMER CECIL MATLOCK b. 14 Feb 1898 m. FARIS CRAIG BESSIE MATLOCK b. 8 Aug 1900 HARVEY MATLOCK b. 1830 m. 1st JANE PIERCE m. 2nd ELIZABETH JANE REED 30 Jan 1851

Note: Crawford County marriage records give this date as Jan 30, 1851.Family records give Harvey's wife as Jane Pierce. Since many step-children informally take their step-father's name, Jane Pierce and Elizabeth Jane Reed may be the same person or this may be a second marriage. The 1870 Census record for Cold Springs TWP lists Harvey as being 49 years old, Elizabeth as 19, so these children could not be hers.

Harvey had: 1. JOHN MATLOCK, b.1859; 2. MARY MATLOCK, b. 1861, 3. WILLIAM MATLOCK, b. 1865 ELIZABETH MARY MATLOCK b. 4 Apr 1832 and d. 7 Apr 1862 m. HENRY DEAN; 1852 son of Moses DEAN & Mary BINKLEY, (pg 5 Melba) b. 11 Feb 1833 and d. 1902

Note: After Elizabeth Matlock Dean's death Henry was married 7 Oct 1863 to Nancy SMITH and they were the parents of Victoria in 1864, Lucinda Elizabeth (Betty) in 1866, and Henry Clay DEAN (died young). No dates for Henry. Victoria m. John W. SMITH. Lucinda m. Charles WHITE. Moved to Oklahoma after marriage to Nancy. Issue: CHARLES MATTHEW/MADISON DEAN b.1853 d. 3 Apr 1956 m. CATHERINE (Kate) BILLINGS; 31 Aug 1871, They moved to Lexington, Oklahoma.

Note: I (?) have been given the names of these children: Albert, Betty, Ella, Lewis, Josie, Wesley and Grace. Albert Dean was the father of Jerome Hanna DEAN and Paul DEAN, better known to base-ball fans as Dizzy and Daffy DEAN. MARY MELINDA DEAN b. Sep 1854 d. 20 Mar 1941 m. HARRISON WILLIAMS; 16 Jan 1873, son of William WILLIAMS & Elizabeth REED EMMA ELIZABETH WILLIAMS b. 1874 m. MESHACK HAILE, son of Alexander HAILE & Sophie HAZE RUTH MAE HAILE b. 1899 (2 sons) m. --- AGOAIN LETTIE HAILE m. CLAY DUNCAN (6 Children) JESSE LEE HAILE b. 1903 m. JAMES STENSON HARRISON A. HAILE b. 1905 m. ELLA --- ELIZABETH HAILE b.1908 m. HARRY MANBRIDGE (2 Children) KATHERINE HAILE b.1912 m. CHARLES WOODS (2 daughters) ERVAN HAILE b. 1918 m. HELEN WIECZOCEK (2 Children) LOLA VICTORIA WILLIAMS b. 1876 m. GEORGE JACOB GAHR, son of Christopher GAHR HARRY GAHR b. 1896 VIRGINIA MARY GAHR b. 28 Dec 1898 and d. Feb 1971 m. NICHOLAS PEZOLD EVELYN ANN GAHR b 1901 m. OTTO HASS MILDRED THEO GAHR b. 1903 m. EDWARD JOSEPH STANDER (3 Children) HENRY STEPHEN WILLIAMS b. 187- m. ETHEL LENNOX (4 Children) Note: For this family there is listed only four boys.: Maynard, James, Henry and Norris WILLIAMS. JOHN WILLIAMS b. 1880 m. NORA SCHWARTZ CHARLES WILLIAMS b. 1905 m. CENDERELLA RUSSELL (5 Children) GRACE WILLIAMS b. 1908 m. WALTER GRANT (2 Children) MARY WILLIAMS b. 1911 m. GUY ROGERS (2 Children) JOHN WILLIAMS b. 1913 m. ETTA --- (6 Children) HARRISON WILLIAMS b. 1916 and d. 1928 CLAUDE WILLIAMS b. 1919 m. LAVERNE LAVERN DULPNER (2 Children) ANNE JANE WILLIAMS b. 1882 m. MICHAEL HERBERGER WILLIAM HERBERGER b. 1903 m. 1st ETHEL ELIZABETH ADAMS (2 Children) m. 2nd LOUISE LICHTENBERGER JOSEPH MICHAEL HERBERGER b. 1909 m. THELMA BRISTOL ORAN LEE HERBERGER b. 1914 m. VIOLA PONZER (3 Children) KATHERINE MELINDA WILLIAMS b.1885 m. CHARLES SADLER ROY ARIO SADLER b. 1909 (4 Children) HARRY B. SADLER b. 1914 LEE CHARLES SADLER b. 1916 m. PAULINE RIVERS THREET (5 Children) DON SADLER b. 1920 m. NELLIE MOORE (5 Children) CARL DEEN SADLER b. 1922 (2 Children) MYRTLE LEE WILLIAMS m. CARL CHARLES SCHWARTZ MARY SCHWARTZ m. ERNEST THOMAS (1 Child) ROY CHARLES SCHWARTZ m. HELEN --- (4 Children) ELLA MARIE WILLIAMS b. 1890 m. HERMAN HASS, son of Sophia HASS (see could this be the same Sophie HAZE/HAAS ) DORTHEA ELLA HASS b. 1915 m. HOWARD HEBEBRAND KENNETH HASS b. 1916 m. MABEL SHARP (2 Children) HAROLD HASS b. 1919 m. HELENA HODGE (2 Children) ROSEMARY HASS b.1924 and died at birth NANCY LESSIE WILLIAMS b. 1893 m. ARTHUR BOWLIN GERALD BOWLIN LENNA BELLE WILLIAMS b. 1895 m. HAROLD FUE LORRAINE FUE b. 1920 m. WENDELL --- (1 Child) MARTIN FUE b. 1932 HAROLD FUE b. 1934 GENERAL MARION (Gencish) DEAN b.1858 m. 1st JESSIE STEPHENS/JOCIE SMITHERS m. 2nd --- DICKERSON (1 Child) STEPHEN DOUGLAS DEAN b. 10 Nov 1859 m. 1st JANE (Jennie) MONTGOMERY; 28 Mar 1880 d. 1900 (10 Children) m. 2nd ELIZABETH PACE; 2 Jan 1902 (5 Children) m. 3rd CADDIE WINSTON HARRY DEAN b. and d. 1881 DIZZY DEAN b. 7 Mar 1883 m. W.H. KELLY EDNA JANE DEAN b. 30 Aug 1884 m. JOSEPH GARRETT MARY ETTA DEAN b. 26 Aug 1888 m. AUGUST HOFFMEISTER JENNIE HOFFMEISTER m. LEE BROWN (1 Child) OSCAR HOFFMEISTER m. MAUDE KEENEY (1 Child) LLOYD HOFFMEISTER m. AMANDA GLENN (2 Children) VENITA HOFFMEISTER m. HENRY MOSHER (1 Child) FRED HOFFMEISTER m. AMIEE HENDRICKS (1 Child) CARL HOFFMEISTER m. HELEN HENDRICKS (3 Children) FRANK THOMAS DEAN b. 26 Sep 1890 m. FERN IRENE BASS HENRY BRYANT DEAN b. 24 Dec 1892 m. 1st SIMA PEARL SELLERS m. 2nd MURIEL C. FERGUSON KITIE DEAN b. 4 July 1893 m. O.G. POTTERS (2 Children) BETTY DEAN b. 18 July 1895 m. DEWEY ABBY (6 Children) CLIFFORD JACKSON DEAN b. 14 Aug 1886 and died 1887 IRVIN RESCOE DEAN (by Stephen's 2nd wife Elizabeth PACE) b. 12 Jan 1903 m. 1st LOLA PENNER (3 children) m. 2nd LITA CAIN/McCAIN m. 3rd DOROTHY SMITH VIRGINIA DEAN b. 28 Dec 1905 MARY LEE DEAN b. 13 Dec 1907 m. 1st TOM BRANAN (1 Child) m. 2nd BILL MIXON STEPHEN COLUMBUS DEAN b. 16 Oct 1908 m. MILDRED BRIGGS (1 Child) ERNEST DEAN b. 12 Sept 1913 m. GRACE BELBERRY RUSS WILLIAM MATLOCK b. 1834 and d. 1872 m. Mary ---

Note: As in the case of Harvey MATLOCK,the only information I (?) have is from Census tables. In the 1860 record he is given as 26 years old and his wife Mary 21.In the 1870 tabulation he and Mary have a child Elizabeth 2 and William MATLOCK,born in Virginia and he appears to be 77 years old, was a member of the household. His father of course was named John & this date does not fit that of his Uncle William, so I am at a loss to know this William. Census dates are often ilegible so this could be 57, in which case it might be his uncle. MAUREE MATLOCK b. 1836 m. MAURICE FURRAY (Melba can't find but suspects they maybe went to Oklahoma or Ark,) SARAH JANE MATLOCK b. 1839, Missouri m. MOSES DEAN; 1 Jan 1860 son of Frederick DEAN JOHN --- DEAN b. 1862 m. MARY WALLACE MERRILL LAURA DEAN b. 1864 m. m. --- ADAMS Had: 1. SUSIE ADAMS (HAWKINS), 2. NORA ADAMS J/G MATLOCK (male) b. 1842 N/H MATLOCK (male) b. 1843 JOHN W. MATLOCK b. 1846, left Missouri for Oklahoma

Note: I (?) found one record of John Wesley MATLOCK who moved to Oklahoma from Phelps Co. Mo. married Permella GLENN, and died in Texas in 1916. This may not be the above John W. ELLEN MATLOCK b. 1847 m. John BELL, went to Boston. Had: 1. TOMIE BELL and 2. MAUDIE BELL MELINDA (Lindy) MATLOCK b. 1849 m. GEORGE John DEWEY Had: 1. BIRDIE DEWEY, 2. GRACE DEWEY, 3. ANNA DEWEY, d. 1968, m. ---- McALLISTER, 4. FRED DEWEY, 5. CLIFF DEWEY, and 6. ALBERT DEWEY LUSINDA FRANCES MATLOCK b. 1853 m. ALFRED SEATON Had: DELLA SEATON m. WALTER ADAMS ERNEST ADAMS m. VIRGINIA HAPPEL EDWIN ADAMS m. ALMA LEE LEWIS DOROTHY ADAMS m. JAMES BASFORD ELLEN ADAMS m. EDDIE HUGHS (2 Children) MARY ADAMS m. GENE TIPTON (2 Children) CLARENCE ADAMS m. LELA TERRY JAMES ADAMS DON ADAMS MAUDE ADAMS m. RUDY McWHERTER Had: 1. ELVA McWHERTER, 2. GENE McWHERTER, 3. EDNA McWHERTER, 4. CHARLES McWHERTER, 5. VIRGIL McWHERTER and 6. FLOSSIE McWHERTER ENDEMILE, ADDA, ANDAMILE MATLOCK The dau of John MATLOCK and Melinda ELLIS, no she used nicknames in all court records. Ina, Ent, Ente, Edy, Adda, Entemilia, Endemile, and Andamile. b. 29 Feb 1856, said she was born in Tennessee, but her family came fron Tn. to Crawford Co. Mo. in 1839, abt. 15 years earlier. d. 24 Nov 1948 m. 1st PERRY MATTHEW DEAN (11 Ch.) (son of Moses DEAN & Mary BINKLEY) (pg 5 Melba) b.9 Sept 1853 and d. 8 Sept 1890 m. 2nd HAMILTON BUFORD ADAMS 7 Sept 1891 (her nephew by marriage) son of Alexander ADAMS and Susan. d. 13 Jan 1900 m. 3rd JOHN R. DEAN; 18 Feb 1903 div. 27 Mar 1906 (son of William DEAN and Minerva GROVER, first cousin of Perry.) m. remarried JOHN R. DEAN; 28 Mar 1907 d. 1924 Had: MINNIE FLORENCE DEAN b. 18 May 1872 and d. 25 Aug 1962, Carlinville Hospital m. GEORGE V. GAHR; 3 Mar 1893, at home of his parents Valentine GAHR & Emily MESCHKE, Rolla, Missouri, by Rev. MILLER b. 10 Apr 1868 OPAL AMELIA GAHR b. 17 Apr 1894 and d. 10 Nov 1978, she and Wm. died of cancer m. WILLIAM ELDON DUCKELS; 31 Aug 1912, Methodits Church Parsonage, by Rev. Wm. PECK - they had eloped (son of Henry DUCKLES & Ophelia LOPER) b.14 May 1890 and d. 13 Jul 1965 MELBA LOUISE DUCKLES b. 18 June 1913 and d. about 1990/1992 m. WILLIAM WOOD; 11 Apr 1936, Waterloo, Ill. (son of Francis William WOOD & Margaret BAUER) b. 12 Sep 1913 and d. suddenly 9 Mar 1987, (heart). Bill and Melba celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary in April 1986. Bill retired from the Peavey Company in Alton in 1977. Melba is a retired Registered Nurse. Melba researched her family history for over 30 years, and her material forms the foundations for this manuscript. Author of " MY MATERNAL ANCESTRY II" Had: Robert WOOD; Nancy Louise WOOD; Marilyn WOOD; and Suzanna WOOD. MARJORY JACQUELYN DUCKLES b. 28 Feb 1920 m. 1st BERNHARDT SONKSEN m. 2nd CHESTER THOMAS CHISM ( son of Charles CHISM & Mary KIDD) b. 18 May 1922 Had: Michael Bernharadt SONKSEN (took name of CHISM); John Richard CHISM; Rosemary Ann CHISM; infant boy d. at birth; Christine Louise CHISM. MYREN VALENTINE GAHR b. 8 Nov 1899 m. RUTH EWIN b. 21 May 1904 GWENDELYN GAHR b. 20 Apr 1925 m. PAUL STATEN Had: Larry STATEN; Gary STATEN; Paul STATEN; Cynthia STATEN; Kay STATEN; Melinda STATEN; and Melissa STATEN. GEORGE DEAN GAHR b. 6 June 1928 m. SUE ANN LEMMONS Had: Patrica Beth GAHR; Rebecca Sue GAHR; George D. GAHR; & Bruce A. GAHR. JOANN CARTER GAHR b. 18 Jul 1929 m. GRIFFIN ELY SCARBOROUGH d. May 1968, Vietnam Had: Susan Pauline SCARBOROUGH; Ely Griffin SCARBOROUGH; May Ann SCARBOROUGH; Georgia SCARBOROUGH. CAROLYN FAY GAHR b. 27 Sept 1936 m. JACOB FRY Had: Michael FRY; David Charles FRY WILLIAM RAYMOND GAHR b. 4 Apr 1940 m. SUSAN KAY CHISM Had: John Matthew GAHR and Polly Diane GAHR. JOHN EDWARD GAHR b. 24 Jun 1945 m. Susan McDONALD Had: TIMOTHY GAHR. VELMA OLIVE GAHR b. 23 Sep 1903 m. JOHN C. LEACH; 21 Feb 1926 JEQN MARILYN LEACH b. 14 Aug 1929 m. LINDALL LOVELESS b. 1 Nov 1929 Had: Timothy LOVELESS; Susan LOVELESS;James/John Andrew LOVELESS RUTH DIANE LEACH b. 18 Mar 1932 m. JAMES G. HOSFIELD Had. Lisa HOSFIELD; Mark HOSFIELD; Julie Ann HOSFIELD; James Andrew HOSFIELD. ROSE MAY DEAN b. 3 Apr 1874 m. 1st ERNEST BRAIDLOW m. 1nd CHARLES CLINE Had: Ernest BRAIDLOW and Louis BRAIDLOW WALTER LEE DEAN b. 16 Jan 1876 d. 6 Sep 1944 m. ROSE TREET GERTRUDE DEAN b. 5 May 1899 and d. 25 Feb 1971 m. WILLIS LEONARD GLADYS LEONARD m. LEONARD WELCH (1 Child) ALMA LEONARD m. JOHN LEONARD (1 Child) NELLIE DEAN b.24 Apr 1901 m. EVERITT LEONARD EDNA DEAN b. 22 Feb 1903 m. WAYMAN LEE MAE DEAN b. 30 Jul 1904 m. EARL LEONARD ELBERT LEONARD (3 Children) CHARLES LEONARD (1 Child) MABLE EDNA LEONARD m. --- WAGNER (1 Child) CLAUDE DEAN b. 10 Feb 1906 m. GOLDIE GIBSON MARJORIE DEAN m. LESTER BURRIS (3 Children) SHIRLEY DEAN RUSSELL DEAN b. 22 Nov 1907 m. HELEN ADAMS GRACE DEAN b. 10 Sep 1909 m. DELMAR BROWN Had: 1. Steve BROWN; 2. Dean BROWN; 3. Louis BROWN; 4. Lee BROWN and 5. Virginia BROWN, she m. Frank INMAN; 6. Hettie BROWN m. --- LEVIS; 7. Hildred BROWN, m. --- STAGSDILL; 8. Melvin Brown; and 9. Eibert BROWN. MATTIE DEAN b.26 Feb 1911 m. WILLIAM DEAN RUTH DEAN 14 Feb 1913 m. CLARENCE PERRY GORDON PERRY b. 4 Oct 1929 m. DORIS BUCKE (1 Child) RUSSELL PERRY b.19 Oct 1935 SADIE DEAN b. 15 Aug 1915 m. EDGAR ELLIOTT Had: 1. Shirley ELLIOTT MELVIN DEAN b. 20 Mar 1918 m. DORIS KIMMEL Had: 1. Kathy DEAN; 2. Linda DEAN ROSE ELIZABETH DEAN b. 21 Feb 1920 m. ELMER LOUIS FENTON Had: 1. Elmer Dale FENTON; 2. Carolyn Sadie FENTON; 3. Viola Rose FENTON and 4. Deana Lee FENTON LOUIS EDGAR DEAN b. 9 Jan 1878 and d. 15 Nov 1961 m. 1st SOPHIA OTT m. 2nd ROSIE HASS JOHN HENRY DEAN b. 22 Jul 1880 d. 22 Apr 1955 m. MARY CHARLES BEULAH DEAN b. 1904 m. 1st TED BALL m. 2nd ALBERT RICHARDSON MELVIN JOHNIE DEAN m. AGNES ROWDEN LAURA BELLE (Bessie) DEAN b. 12 Apr 1882 and d. 29 July 1929 m. GUY ROSIER MATLOCK b. 23 Aug 1862 and d. 16 Nov 1950 ARLINE BERNICE MATLOCK b. 15 Jul 1907 m. 1st JOHN CONYA m. 2nd FRED ZOELLER ROBERT LEE CONYA (adopted by Fred Zoeller) GUY ROSIER MATLOCK b. 2 Nov 1912 (3 Children) (See # KENNETH MELVIN MATLOCK b. 11 Aug 1914 JESSE ELLEN DEAN b. 17 Jan 1884 m. LOUIS H. MOELLENBROCK JOELLEN WINTERBERG ??? b.25 Dec 1903 and d. Mar 1968 PERRY LOUIS MOELLENBROCK b. 8 Sep 1906 THOMAS PAUL MOELLENBROCK b. 30 Aug 1913 and d.1933 STANLEY ALBERT MOELLENBROCK b. 17 Jun 1917 WILLIAM ALBERT (Dick) DEAN b. 8 Mar 1886 and d. 1968 m. 1st ALMA HASS m. 2nd GLADYS FRANK d. 1978 NELLIE ELIZABETH DEAN b. 1888 EDNA ETHEL DEAN b. 20 Apr 1890 m. GEORGE HEBEBRAND HOWARD HEBERBRAND b. 10 May 1913 m. DOROTHEA HASS JEROME MATLOCK b. 1857 and d. 1939 m. MARGARET CAROLINE (Janie) ADAMS (?? Janie m. John LILLY) (or children John and Lilly ???)

Note: from Melba, My Great grandma no. had a sister, married about 1860, --- DEAN. She died young, leaving two children, John Sod, who married Mary Wallace MERRITT and Laura, who married Hamilton ADAMS, his first wife, and had Susie Adams HAWKINS and Nora. These children, Laura Dean and John Dean, born 1862-26, were living in their Grandparent's home - John MATLOCK -in 1880. I believe this sister was Sarah Jane, who married Moses DEAN. Jan 1, 1860. I have no proof of this. One sister was called Ellen, One sister married John BELL, parents of Tomie and Maudie. The initials in the census could be wrong; some were wrong that I have corrected. Initials were given instead of names in 1850 in the Mo. Census. ELIZABETH STRANGE MATLOCK b. 17 Jun 1811, Washington Co. Tn. d. 25 Oct 1884 m. MATTHIAS COFFMAN; 13 Jun 1833 b. 6 Aug 1806 and d. 25 Oct 1862 MARY EMILY COFFMAN b. 1834 m. NATHAN MONTGOMERY; 25 Dec 1850 Mary and Nathan had: MARY E. MONTGOMERY b. 1853 m. --- STOGLIN MARTHA MONTGOMERY b. 1855 m. "Pink" MILLS ELIZA MONTGOMERY m. FRANK BARWELL LAURA MONTGOMERY b. 1863 and 1931 m. GEORGE WAGONSELLER;1880 b.1858 and d. 1931 ZIIPHY/ZILPHY WAGONSELLER b. 1882 and d. 1919 m. GEORGE BULLOCK; 1900 b. 1858 and d. 1954 BULLOCK b.1902 and d. 1974 m. 1st BOLEY MOSHER; 1924 Had: 1. Verna MOSHER and 2. Ivan MOSHER m. 2nd CHARLES GHOLSON; 1934 Had: Charles GHOLSON m. 3rd LOUIS BOLLMEYER; 1942 d. 1973 JOHN FRANKLIN BULLOCK b. 1904 and d. 1911 ETHEL BULLOCK b. 1905 and d. 1919 THELMA ISABELLE BULLOCK b. 1907 m. LLOYD BLINKENSTAFF; 1928 b. 1904 OLLIE EVELYN BULLOCK b. 1909 and d. 1909 ALFRED JACKSON BULLOCK b. 1910 and 1972 m. 1st MARY NAST; 1939 (Div) Had: 1. Phillip BULLOCK and 2. Nancy BULLOCK m. 2nd LAURA GILLEN; 1950 Had: Twins, 1. Robert and 2. Roger BULLOCK GEORGE BENJAMIN BULLOCK b. 1912 m. 1st THELMA ROLAND; 1934 (Div) m. 2nd ANN USINGER; 1951 OLLIE JOSEPHINE BULLOCK b. 1915 m. JOHN ALVA TERRILL; 1935 b. 1909 Had: 1. Herbert TERRILL, 2. Randall TERRILL, 3. George TERRILL, 4. Janet Key TERRILL, 5. David TERRILL and 6. Robert TERRILL. MARSHALL WILLIAM BULLOCK b. 1918 and d. 1920 JOHN WAGONSELLER m. LILLIE --- Had:1. Edna WAGONSELLER, 2. Buck WAGONSELLER, 3. J.R. WAGONSELLER, 4. Mildred WAGONSELLER and 5. Lela WAGONSELLER. LSIA MAE WAGONSELLER m. LEE SPURGEEN Had: 1. Roy SPURGEEN and 2.Troy SPURGEEN. CLAUDE WAGONSELLER m. MARY BLAIR Had: 1. Agnes WAGONSELLER, 2. Fay WAGONSELLER, 3. Lucille WAGONSELLER, 4. CLAUDE C. WAGONSELLER and 5. Bud WAGONSELLER. MARGRETA JOSEPHINE WAGONSELLER b. 1890 and d. 1976 m. DELBERT C. MANTEETH; 1913 Had: 1. May Josephine MANTEETH, and 2. Ray Franklin MANTEETH. ROZELLA WAGONSELLER m. JOSEPH PHELPS Had: 1. Clifford PHELPS, 2. Gladys PHELPS, 3. Everett PHELPS, 4. Fred PHELPS, 5. Q.D. PHELPS, and 6. Quincy PHELPS. FRANK WAGONSELLER b. 1894 m. 1st FANNIE NAPYEAR m. 2nd TISH BENNUN Had: 1. Lois WAGONSELLER, 2. George WAGONSELLER, 3. Delbert WAGONSELLER, 4. Mary Lou WAGONSELLER. HOMER WAGONSELLER m. LUCY --- Had: 1. Lorene WAGONSELLER, 2. Betty WAGONSELLER, 3. Billy WAGONSELLER, 4. G.R. WAGONSELLER and 5. Patsy WAGONSELLER. COLUMBIA FRANCES MONTGOMERY m. HERMAN WAGNER (1 child) m. 2nd BERNARD BUSHIE (1 child) m. 3rd JOHN LOVE (2 Children) FRANCES WAGNER, son of Columbia & Herman m. --- RICHARDSON (3 Children) LEE ROY HARRISON BUSHIE, son of Bernard m. EFFIE COX Had: 1. Leonard BUSHIE, 2. Russell BUSHIE and 3. Gordon BUSHIE. GUY LOVE, son of Columbia and John LOVE FANNIE LOVE dau of Columbia and John LOVE m. --- STROUB MATHIAS MONTGOMERY JOHN MONTGOMERY GEORGE HARRISON MONTGOMERY b.1875 and d. 1932 m. NANCY ELIZABETH LOVE b.1876 and d. 1944 EARL HENRY MONTGOMERY b.1900 m. 1st AGN(f)SS MEEKE (MOSKE ??) b. 1907 and d. 1938 m. 2nd RUBY STERNS CLA(n)ENCE MATHAN MONTGOMERY b.1903 m. FAIRY LEWIS b. 1904 ROY FRANKLIN MONTGOMERY b.1907 m. 1st THELMA LEISMAN b. 1910 and d. 1942 m. 2nd STELLA WILKERSON b. 1905 JOHN LEVATER MONTGOMERY b. 1909 m. LIZZIE MARIE LENOX Had: 1. Ruth MONTGOMERY, 2. Mildred MONTGOMERY, 3. Johnny MONTGOMERY. MINNIE JENNIE MONTGOMERY b. 1910 and d. 1931 MARY VENITA MONTGOMERY b. 1917 m. BRANSFORD E. LONG b. 1915 and d. 1971 NANCY ELLENDER COFFMAN b. 1836 and d. 1837 ELIZABETH ANGELINE COFFMAN b. 1838 and d. 1903 m. JAMES JEFFERSON JONES 27 Mar 1859 Elizabeth and James had: ARCHIBALD JONES b. 1860 and d. 1931 m. MARY ELIZABETH COX, 8 Jul 1883 b.1862 and d. 1936 OSCAR ALLEN JONES b. 1884 and died 1973 m. 1st GERTRUDE LOUCINDA MORELAND, Jul 1907 (2 Children) m. 2nd ADELINE CAULLEY, 23 Mar 1923 (3 Children) WILLIAM JONES b. 1912 RUSSELL WOODROW JONES b. 1913 m. MAXINE GARGUS; 28 Mar 1948 Had: 1. Judy Kay JONES, 2. James Russell JONES, 3. Karen Elaine JONES. EDNA MARY JONES m. FRANK KUEHN; 1932 Had: 1. Janice Marie KUEHN, 2. Gene Raymond KUEHN BLANCHE LOURINDA JONES b. 1916 and d. 1917 ROBERT ARCHIBALD JONES b. 1919 (lives in Texas) OACAR L. JONES b. 1926 (by Oscar's 2nd wife, Adeline m. DOROTHEA KINKEAD Had: 1. Jeffery JONES, 2. Marilyn JONES. RUTH JUANITA JONES DONALD LEE JONES b. 1933 m. BETTY BOWEN Had: 1. Stephen JONES and 2. April JONES SARAH JANE COFFMAN b. 13 Oct 1840 and d. 12 May 1923 m. 1st HUGH MATISON (Mat) EVANS 15 Aug 1858 (8 Children) m. 2nd JOHN V. EVANS; 7 JUL 1878 b. 20 Jun 1844 and d. 6 Feb 1926 (3 Children) (Not all of Sarah's children are listed.) WALTER MATISON (St James Mo.) CHARLES MATISON (Norman, Mo.) MAUDE MATISON (St Louis, Mo.) m. --- YOUNG ELIZABETH EVANS (poss. by 2nd husband, Evans.) (Los Angeles, Ca.) m. --- SUNDERLAND --- EVANS (Dawn, Mo.) m. --- LOWERLY W.A. EVANS b. 16 Oct 163 and d. 30 Mar 1940 m. JULIA PINSON; 25 Sept 1887 MAMIE EVANS b. 4 Aug 1888 and d. 22 Dec 1936 m. RALPH HEWLETT; 3 Mar 1909 Had: 1. Julia HEWLETT MARY ALICE EVANS b. 9 May 1894 and d. 18 Feb 1966 m. LAWRENCE HAWKINS; 27 Sep 1911 Had: 1. Evelyn HAWKINS and 2. Anna Ruth HAWKINS MILLARD EVANS m. PAULINE NORRIS Had: 1. Mary Lee EVANS, 2. Wayne EVANS, 3. William EVANS, 4. Eve ANN EVANS, and 5. Everett EVANS MILLIE EVANS JOHN BOONE COFFMAN b. 1842 m. ELIZABETH SNELSON John and Elizabeth had: ERNEST COFFMAN m. Eva --- HOMER COFFMAN m. MAE WELCH Had: 1. Homer COFFMAN EUGENE COFFMAN m. CARRIE FLINT Had: 1. Ray COFFMAN and 2. Eugene COFFMAN ARTHUR COFFMAN m. ELIZABETH MARLING Had: 1. MILDRED COFFMAN WALTER COFFMAN m. --- --- Had: 1. PAUL COFFMAN GRACE COFFMAN JAMES MILLER COFFMAN b. 1844 and d. 1916 m. ROSALINE CREWS/CRUSE James and Rosaline had: LEWIS NAPOLEON COFFMAN b. 1870 and d. 1956 m. JESSIE LOUISE JUDSON; 1898 MAX COFFMAN b. 1900 LUCILLE ROSEMARY COFFMAN d. in infancy JAMES LUCIUS COFFMAN GEORGE EDMOND COFFMAN b. 1871 and d. 1954 m. VIRGINIA LOWRY NELLIE ELIZABETH COFFMAN b. 1874 and d. 1964 m. WILLIAM J. MITCHELL Had: 1. James Emmitt MITCHELL, 2. Ruth Ann MITCHELL, 3. Alfred A. MITCHELL LENA COFFMAN b. 1877 and d. 1894 MARTHA (Mattie) COFFMANb. 1879 m. J.L. PICKLES Had: 1. Lewis PICKLES, 2. Mary PICKLES and 3. Elizabeth PICKLES MATTHIAS JAMES COFFMAN b.1881 and d. 1884 JOHN ALBERT COFFMAN b. 1883 and d. 1958 m. MAUDE --- Had: 1. Marian COFFMAN, (deceased) FRANK COFFMAN b. 1885 and d. 1968 m. IRENE THURBER Had: 1. Frank COFFMAN, Jr. LOUISE COFFMAN b.1888 and d. 1976 m. KARL STROBACH Had: 1. Karl STROBACH, Jr., 2. Louise STROBACH and 3. Richard STROBACH RANDOLPH B. COFFMAN b. 1891 and d. 1961 m. GRACE --- Had: 1. William COFFMAN (deceased), 2. Thomas COFFMAN, and 3. David COFFMAN HARRY M. COFFMAN b.1894 m. RUTH ---   Had: Maxine COFFMAN MARTHA MAGDALENE COFFMAN b. 1846 m. 1st SAMUEL HALE; 10 Nov 1867 (this marriage may have been annulled) m. 2nd JOHN WHITE (Phelps Co. marriages Records gives Martha's name as COFFMAN) Note: From Melba. Mr. Coffman of Salem has been told that one of Martha's children married a GAHR. In one record I have found that Florence WHITE married Frank GAHR, who was born in 1875 and died 1947. MATHIAS NEWTON COFFMAN b.1848 and d. 19 Sep 1890 m. MARY HUSTON FREEMAN; 1871 Mathias and Mary had: ANNIE L. COFFMAN b. 21 Oct 1872 d. 1960, Del Norte, Col. m. --- HAWKINS CHARLES COFFMAN b. 16 Apr 1875 and d. 1918, Deo Norte, Colo. m. Alice MARCELLUS Had: 1. Agnes COFFMAN and 2. Marguerite COFFMAN SAMUEL HUSTON COFFMAN b. 20 Oct 1878 d. 22 Oct 1964 m. KATE ELLEN NIXON; 1907 CATHERINE ANN COFFMAN (Lt. Col (Ret) Air Force Corps (female)) WILLIAM NEWTON COFFMAN b. 3 Dec 1912 m. GLADYS EVELYN LAUGHRIDGE; 29 Nov 1934 Had: 1. William COFFMAN, 2. Samuel COFFMAN and 3. David COFFMAN LOUISA MISSOURI COFFMAN b. 1850 and d. 1919   m. MARSHALL MARCELLUS, 1871 Louisa and Marshall had: LUCY JANE MARCELLUS b. 1872 and d. Oct 1956 m. HENRY MONROE ADAMS GRACE ADAMS m. BERRY CROWE Had: 1. Colleen CROWE, 2. Lura CROWE, 3. Wilford CROWE and 4. Millard CROWE KATHERYN (KASS) ADAMS m. LOUIS T. MITCHELL Had: 1. Betty Lou MITCHELL, 2. Jimmy MITCHELL MAUDE ELIZABETH ADAMS m. HAROLD OSCAR CAPPS Had: 1. Finis CAPPS HERBERT ADAMS m. BEULAH RAGSDALE Had: 1. Trudy ADAMS PAULINE LUCENDA ADAMS m. OTHEL R. BINGHAM Had: 1. Melba Helen BINGHAM, 2. Gene BINGHAM HELEN ADAMS m. RUSSELL FRANKLIN DEAN CHARLES WHITE MARCELLUS b. 25 Aug 1872 and d. 12 June 1960 m. PAULINE GAHR, 27 Feb 1897 b. 30 Aug 1871 and d. 20 Jan 1954 RALPH FRANK MARCELLUS b. 14 dec 1897 and d. 19 Sep 1985 m. FRANCES ROGERS Had: 1. Jackie MARCELLUS and 2. Stanley MARCELLUS GEORGE VALENTINE MARCELLUS b. 23 Nov 1899 m. 1st ADELE ROWLAND m. 2nd CHARLOTTE CASTLES/CASSELL Had: 1. Paula MARCELLUS and 2. James MARCELLUS ETTA MARCELLUS b. 29 Jan 1903 m. JAMES A. DILLION/DILLON Had: 1. JAMES DILLION, Jr. REBLL MARCELLUS b. 14 Nov 1906 m. ARLIE BESSLEY LUCY OLLS MARCELLUS b. 30 Oct 1913 m. HENRY POMPE Had: 1. Charles POMPE, 2. Steven POMPE, and 3. Bruce POMPE JAMES MARCELLUS b. 1884 and d. 1947 m. ANNA STRICKER b. 1886 and d. 1920 m. 2nd JEWELL ENGELKE CASTLES (with two children: Joseph CASTLES and Charlotte CASSEL who m. George V. MARCELLUS, son of no. Charles and Pauline MARCELLUS, above.) Issue by James and Anna, 1st wife: Oscar MARCELLUS m. HELEN THOMLINSON RANDOLPH MARCELLUS m. ALICE FARLEY Had: 1. James MARCELLUS and 2. Raymond MARCELLUS RUTH MARCELLUS b. 1909 and d. 1911 Issue by James and Jewell, 2nd wife: GENE MARCELLUS m. Jackie ____ Had: 1. Tom MARCELLUS LUCY ANN COFFMAN b. 1854 and d. 1863 WILLIAM "Billy" MATLOCK b. 18 Nov 1813 Boone's Creek, Wash.Co.Tn d. 1872 bur. Matlock Cem. St.James, Mo. m. LYDIA McKINNEY 26 July 1846,Wash.Co. b. abt. 1829, Washington Co. Tn d. 1870 abt. 40 years old, bur. in Matlock Cem. on Craig Road. William was a schoolteacher, and a Quaker Issue of William and Lydia: JAMES ISOM MATLOCK m. Katherine (Kate) SALADIN/ROMINE Had: 1. Frank MATLOCK, 2. Harrison MATLOCK, 3. Josephine MATLOCK, 4. Pauline MATLOCK, 5. Polly MATLOCK. EMMALLE MATLOCK m. W. DOSS TOWELL Emmallie and W. Doss had: DAWSON (Doss) TOWELL b. 1862 LOLA TOWELL m. LOGAN FERRIS, Dec 1914 Had: 1. Bud FERRIS, 2. Elizabeth FERRIS, and 3. Eva FERRIS THEODOSIA ANN MATLOCK m. 1st WILLIAM WHITAS m. 2nd WILLIAM MILLER Had: 1. THOMAS WHITAS, 2. WILLIAM MILLER, 3. OLLIE MILLER m. C.J. WRISLEY ELIZABETH GRAVES MATLOCK m. STEPHEN EDWARDS Had: 1. Molly EDWARDS, 2. LUKE/Jesse or Wm. V. Edwards, 3. Elmer EDWARDS, and 4. Charles EDWARDS JOHN FRANKLIN MATLOCK m. LYDIA EPWORTH John and Lydia had: MINNIE MATLOCK b. 1867 and d. 1952 m. NATHAN NEIGHBORS LAVADA NEIGHBORS m. JOE BROWN BELLE NEIGHBORS m. JOHN ASHER Had: 1. Minnie ASHER, 2. Alvey ASHER, and 3. John ASHER. LETHA NEIGHBORS m. ED BRADFORD ( 2 Children ) JESSIE NEIGHBORS m. J.O. ASHER Had: 1. Jessie ASHER, 2. Oliver ASHER, 3. Lucille ASHER, 4. Lavada ASHER, and 5. Harold ASHER MARY NEIGHBORS m. HERMAN MATLOCK Had: 1. Pearl MATLOCK, 2. Joy MATLOCK (see # HELEN NEIGHBORS m. BILL HANDY MARTHA/LIZZIE NEIGHBORS HENRY NEIGHBORS m. VIRGINIA HUME Had: 1. Shirley NEIGHBORS, 2. William J. NEIGHBORS, 3. Lorene NEIGHBORS, 4. Janet NEIGHBORS, and 5. Betty NEIGHBORS JOHN B. MATLOCK b. 1879 m. MAE SPAULDING MYRTLE BELLE MATLOCK m. HARRY LUPBERGER GEORGE MATLOCK m. GRACE BOSWELL Had: 1. June MATLOCK, 2. Jean MATLOCK LYDIA MATLOCK m. GEORGE BROWNING Had: 1. George BROWNING, 2. Mina BROWNING WOODROW MATLOCK m. Mary ____ MARGARET MATLOCK m. HENRY LAMBSTER Had; 1. Barbara LAMBSTER, 2. John Henry LAMBSTER CHARLES (Dee) MATLOCK b. 1881 m. JOSEPHINE CLARK FRANCES MATLOCK m. MAURICE BROCCARD WANDA BROCCARD m. ROBERT KOHRING Had: 1. Pattie KOHRING, 2. Mark KOHRING JEANNE BROCCARD m. 1st GENE DAVIS ( 1 Child ) m. 2nd GLEN KIRBY Had: 1. Daryl DAVIS, 2. Carol KIRBY, and 3. Frank KIRBY CLARENE BROCCARD m. GENE BELSHE Had: 1. Douglas BELSHE MATTHEW (Tony) MATLOCK m. MARY MYERS EMILY JANE MATLOCK m. MARVIN SMITH Had: 1. Mark SMITH, 2. Kelly SMITH DEE E. MATLOCK m. JEANNE FULLER Had: 1. Teresa MATLOCK, 2. Mary Jane MATLOCK DOROTHY MATLOCK m. BLAND LEE SMITH Had: 1. DeEtta SMITH, 2. Bland Lee SMITH NANCY MATLOCK m. RICHARD KRUEGER Had: 1. Lisa KRUEGER, 2. Melinda KRUEGER, and 3. Chrisse KRUEGER TONY LEE MATLOCK m. Linda MOORE Had: 1. Matthew MATLOCK, 2. Michael MATLOCK MINNIE MATLOCK m. RAYMOND DRAPER RAYMOND DRAPER, Jr. m. SHARON LIND Had: 1. Jeanne DRAPER, 2. Carol DRAPER, and poss. 1 more child JOYCE DRAPER m. FREDEREICK CHILD DALE DRAPER m. LORIE ADAMS Had: 1. Cindy DRAPER, 2. Randy DRAPER, 3. Shawn DRAPER, 4. David DRAPER, and 5. Dawn DRAPER RONALD DRAPER m. URSULA WEBER Had: 1. Michael DRAPER, 2. Bonnie DRAPER, 3. Donna DRAPER CLARENCE MATLOCK m. LOUISE RITCHEY PATSY MATLOCK m. TED TOWNE Had: 1. Michial TOWNE DARYL MATLOCK m. BETTY IRVIN Had: 1. C. Dee MATLOCK and 2. Deane MATLOCK EVERETT MATLOCK b. 1883 m. NELLIE DEXTER Had: 1. Roy MATLOCK married to Lorraine ____ ELLEN MATLOCK b. 1886 m. CHARLES HARPER Had: 1. Charles HARPER EMILY JANE MATLOCK b. 1889 m. WILLIAM JONES Had: 1. Clyde JONES NELL MATLOCK m. JOSEPH HOWELL CHESTER HOWELL m. Hilda CALDWELL LLOYD HOWELL m. GRACE BANTAM Had: 1. Danny HOWELL, 2. Betty HOWELL LOUETTA HOWELL m. CLYDE BURTON Had: 1. Harold BURTON, 2. Kay BURTON, 3. Jean BURTON, and 4.Shirley BURTON RUTH HOWELL m. JOHN LACY Had: 1. Joyce LACY, 2. Elaine LACY, and 3. Linda LACY LORRAINE HOWELL m. STANLEY HUSKEY Had: 1. Bill HUSKEY and 2. Dianne HUSKEY EUNICE HOWELL m. ERNEST GILBERT Had: 1. Connie Rose GILBERT COLUMBUS MATLOCK m. LAURA FURLING Henry and Laura had: FERD/Fred MATLOCK m. MINNIE CLARK Had: 1. Mary MATLOCK and she m. Alexander GUFFY LEE MATLOCK m. OLLIE SWYERS Had: 1. Kenneth SWYERS, and 2. Vernon SWYERS HERMAN MATLOCK m. MARY NEIGHBORS Had: 1. Pearl MATLOCK and 2. Joy MATLOCK (See # THOMAS H. MATLOCK m. VIRGINIA MARTIN ( 7 Children ) BREUER MATLOCK m. MYRTLE WOODY ( 4 Children ) THOMAS BUCKINGHAM MATLOCK b. 13 Jul 1861/1862, St. James, Mo. m. AMANDA JANE (CANE) RILEY, 1880 dau of Jim CANE and Jane McKENNEY b. 5 May 1862/63, Wash. Mo. d. 15 Oct 1929, at dau. Edwina KEASLING's (no. home. bur. Matlock Cemetery, in St. James, Mo. on Crieg Rd. Note: Thomas in 1896 had 1st nursing home in Phelps Co. Mo. Thomas and Amanda Jane had: OLDRIDGE (Old) MITCHELL MATLOCK b. 20 June 1882, Burboise Creek, St James, Mo. d. 27 June 1939, at home, St. James, Mo. bur. St. James, Matlock Cem. in Crieg Rd. m. BESSIE MAY MARTIN, 22 Dec 1908, Bolivar, Mo. dau of John MARTIN [1/2 Cherokee] and Sarah Jane WOODARD dau of Harvy WOODARD of Mo. and Texas. b. 11 Apr 1892, St James, Mo. d. 2 June 1957, Decaness Hospital, St. James, Mo. Bessie lived with Bill and Lottie TYRE, from Christian Orphan Home, St. Louis, Mo. Note: 1920, Oldridge, has a nursing home in Phelps Co. Mo. OLA MATLOCK b. 3 July 1909, b. and d. Waverly, Iowa, lived 12 hours NAOMI EDWINA MATLOCK b. 16 Apr 1810, St. James, Mo. m. EDWIN HERRY GUSTAVE HAACKE, 14 Apr 1928 b. 11 Sept 1903, Carlinville, Ill. d. 13 Mar 1980 Had Nursing home in St. Louis and St. James, Mo. Note from Melba Wood: Naomi contributed much information. [Note: I, Winiford S. Bailey-WSB, received Naomi' information from Lois Ebbert.] BESSIE JANE HAACKE m. PAUL PILOTTE MYRTLE JUNE HAACKE b. 1932 m. RICHARD SAYER


1.1.. LYNDA HAACKE (twin) b. 1950 m. DELMAR BARNETT MELVIN THOMAS MATLOCK b. 17 Apr 1911, St James, Mo. m. LUCILLE BOGGS, 9 Mar 1935, St. James, Mo.b. 27 Oct 1915 Had: 1. Barbara MATLOCK, 2. Rebecca MATLOCK and 3. Melvin MATLOCK

MELVIN THOMAS MATLOCK, Former Mayor of St. James, Mo. and owner of Meadow Manor, is buying the Old Temple of Yahweh, cult site south of St. James. The dormitories, Pyramid and gym used by the cult will be renovated into a 50 bed nursing home.

A walking tour of the proposed project was given by Matlock Monday afternoon to Meramec Planning Commission the Central Ozarks Deve-lopment Corporation members, the Leader Journal news editor, Mrs. Matlock and granddaughter Amy. Matlock first took visitors to the pyramid. The Yahweh pyramid, will be used as a Chapel and meeting place for nursing home residents and will be for rent to public groups. The pyramid is 44 feet square and the upper chapel seats 92 people. The lower floor features kitchen facilities a large restroom, and shelves for the library. Mrs. Matlock [Lucille BOGGS] said she hopes to hold the district Garden Club meeting in the pyramid when it is St James' turn to play host. Mrs. MATLOCK also said plans are made for a garden room at the connection of the two dorms.

When in operation, Mr. MATLOCK said the home would employ 20 -25 people initially and eventually 40 people might be employed. The new home will be called Woodland Estates and should be finished in about four months.

[From a newspaper article received from Marilynn PRICE - 1991] RUTH AMANDA MATLOCK b. 18 Nov 1913 m. ROY ALFRED JONES, 19 Dec 1931, St. James, Mo. b. 9 July 1911 Had: 1. Richard JONES, 2. Ola Everett JONES, 3. Roy Melvin JONES, 4. Almeda JONES, 5. Larry David JONES OLLIE FRANCES MATLOCK b. 27 Jan 1917, St. James, Mo. m. GEORGE NORRIS/W. HAACKE, 19 Mar 1936 b. 15 Feb 1912, Carlinville, Il. Had: 1. Robert HAACKE, 2. Richard HAACKE, and 3. Carol/Carolyn HAACKE ANNAMAE VIRGINIA MATOCK b. 2 Oct 1924, St. James, Mo. m. THOMAS PIERRE WIRFFS, May 1949, St. James, Mo. b. 1920 Had: 1. Thomas WIRFFS, 2. Lynn/Patrica/Barbara WIRFFS, 3. David WIRFFS, 4. James WIRFFS MELBA LEE MATLOCK b. 17 Apr 1933, St. James, Mo. m. EDWARD ALBERT HOLT, 20 Sept 1949 b. 1931 Had: 1. Sharon HOLT, 2. Edward HOLT, 3. Steven HOLT, 4. Richard HOLT, 5. Melvin HOLT, 6. Lisa HOLT JOHN LUTHER MATLOCK b. 9 Sept 1884 m. 1st SADIE LEWIS m. 2nd LAURA LEWIS d. 1979 REBUL MARIE MATLOCK m. PETER MATHENA Had: 1. Evelyn MATHENA, 2. Jean MATHENA, 3. Henry L. MATHENA, 4. David Lee MATHENA LUTHER MONROE MATLOCK PAULINE MATLOCK m. 1st DON KIRBY m. 2nd GEORGE HALL NAOMI MAY MATLOCK b. 5 May 1861 and d. age 1 1/2 years OLLIE FRANCES EUGENE MATLOCK b. 18/19 Feb 1896 MARY ETHEL MATLOCK b. 15 Oct 1888 m. FRANK ANDREW HOWARD WINIFRED HOWARD m. I. L. HICKS Had: 1. Robert HICKS BURNARD HOWARD m. ROXIE ____ ( 2 Children ) FRANK HOWARD m. LOUISE KUNZMAN, no. b. 11 Jan. 1904 (dau of Harriet Rinehart KUNZMAN, no. NORMAN HOWARD m. NORMA ____ LAYMON HOWARD m. GLADYS KEASLING Had: 1. Henrietta HOWARD, 2. Norma Jean HOWARD LOUTISHA MATLOCK b. 3. Dec 1890 m. FRED KEENEY/KINNY MAUDE KEENEY m. OSCAR HOFFMEISTER/HOFFMAN, Jr. Had: 1. Oscar HOFFMEISTER/HOFFMAN, Jr. MABLE KENNEY (?) m. 1st ROY HUMES m. 2nd NOEL COPPEDGE Had: 1. Margie HUMES, 2. Noel COPPEDGE, Jr. THELMA KEENEY m. 1st FRED KRAUSE m. 2nd GEORGE PREBIANCA Had: 1. Fred KRAUSE, Jr., 2. Ronnie PREBINCA FRED HOWARD KEENEY m. 1st ALICE MORET m. 2nd LORETTA KINDER (no children listed) Had: 1. Steven KEENEY, 2. David Charles KEENEY EDWINA BELLE MATLOCK b. 9 Sep 1893 (see # m. ELMER KEASLING ADRIAN KEASLING d. 1976 m. ALDENA DEWING Had: 1. Wyane KEASLING, 2. Vernon KEASLING ALICE DEWEY MATLOCK b. 1898 and d. 1976 m. 1st ELMAR RAY  m. 2nd LLOYD CROLLAY Had: 1. Elmer Dewey RAY WILLIAM T. MATLOCK m. EMMA HOFFERT DARLE MATLOCK ALICE MARIE MATLOCK EMMA JEAN MATLOCK m. ____ HOUSE GERRY ALLEN HOUSE WALTER LEE MATLOCK b. 26 May 1904 m. LOTTIE KING ( no Issue ) LAURA MATLOCK b. 1865 m. FRANK CRAIG Laura and Frank had: MARION CRAIG EULA CRAIG m. PETE MYERS PEARL CRAIG m. ____ McWHORTER (sp ?) EFFIE CRAIG m. CHARLES O'NEAL LUCY MATLOCK b. 1868 m. WESLIE (Wes) BARNES Lucy and Weslie had: DAWSON BARNES m. LULU BENSON CHARLIE BARNES OLIVER BARNES m. MARION O'NEAL LUCY BARNES m. BERT RILEY Daughter b. 1815 Daughter b. 1819

jessehaile.gif (126145 bytes) JESSE HAILE/HALE MATLOCK, 6th child of Isham b. 1821, Boone's Creek, Wash. Co. Tn. d. 10 Jun 1895, St.James, Phelps Co. Mo. bur. Matlock Cemetery m. 1st MARTHA (Marthy) PERRY, 20 Dec 1845, Tn. She was born in Tn. and all her children (2) were born in Tenn. m. 2nd  ELIZABETH ADAMS He was a Quaker. He was a District Road Boss in Phelps Co. Mo. Jesse Haile Matlock donated land for the Matlock Cemetery , St. James, Phelps Co. Mo.

Note from Lillian KINKEADE's manuscript that I received from Lois EBBERTT 1991: There is some question about this record. Beulah DOWELL gave the name of Lizzie NEIGHBORS as wife of Jesse, but in a list of Crawford county marriages I found Jesse Matlock married Marthey PERRY on 20 Dec 1845. In the same list I found that

Marthey PERRY had been married to Charles NEIGHBORS on 15 Apr 1840. I believe this (Martha/Lizzie) to be the same person. Had: JESSE C. MATLOCK m. MARTHA (Mattie) SMITH - Jesse C. MATLOCK is 20 years old in the 1870 Census Note from Lillian KINKEADE: At the time of compiling this material, I have no information concerning this couple. In recent months I have had communication with Mrs. William T. MATLOCK of Woodland Hills, Ca.

She sent me a list of names of children of Jesse and Martha MATLOCK, including that one of Frederick Otto (Bill) MATLOCK, who was born in St. James, Mo. on Aug 16, 1883, her husband's great grandfather. Since so many of the Matlocks moved west in the late 1800's, it is my belief that this family was part of that movement. My main source of information of Isham's family did not mention any children, and later ones have no knowledge of them either. I am listing them here in the hope that someone will be able to furnish data concerning the other three.

Jesse and Martha had: 1. Frederick Otto (Bill) MATLOCK, b. 16 Aug 1883, 2. Russell MATLOCK, 3. Bertha MATLOCK, 4. Nell MATLOCK DAVID WILLIAM (Buck) MATLOCK m. ELIZABETH ELLIS William David MATLOCK is 22 years old in the 1870 Cencus David, lived by the cemetery and dug graves for family burials. ELLA MATLOCK m. JAMES (Bunny Jim) RODGERS LUCRETIA RODGERS m. HENRY TATE Had: 1. Earl N. TATE, 2. Newman TATE, 3. Nettie Lee TATE (TWIN), 4. Ella Vee TATE, (twin) VENITA RODGERS m. JESSE VEACH GEORGE VEACH m. MARJORIE DUNCAN GEORGE RODGERS EARL RODGERS BURTON RODGERS m. MARJORIE DUNCAN RUBY RODGERS b. 18 Nov 1908 m. CLINT/JOHN BRIM Had: 1. Kermet Allen BRIM, 2. Agnes Louise BRIM, 3. Leroy BRIM, 4. James Vernon BRIM, 5. Hadley BRIM, 6. Arthur BRIM, 7. Madelyn Frances BRIM, 8. Virgil BRIM, 9. Barbara BRIM. Two of Ruby's children, Cecil and Clifford are deceased.

The Matlock Cemetery is located in the Matlock School District about 2 miles from Naomi Matlock HAACKES home at St. James Missouri. Jesse donated one acre for the Cemetery. Eight generations of Matlocks, or more, are buried there. Jesse's parents are buried there, also Isham MATLOCK and wife, Nancy HAIL. In 1922 the Matlock family bought an additional acre adjoining the cemetery.

( Jesse Haile MATLOCK pg 38 Melba's Bk. m. 2nd. ELIZABETH ADAMS she was b. in Tenn. Her children were born in Mo.) JOSEPH RICHARD MATLOCK b. 1853/4, Phelps Co. Mo. d. 1938, Spokane, Wa. m. JOSEPHINE (Polly) FOLEY; 1874 b. 1853, Phelps Co. Me. (dau of William FOLEY) bur. Whitman Co. Steptoe, Wa. Joseph R. was age 15 in the 1870 census, James Monroe was age 9, Mary E./Nola E. age 4 years and Frank was not recorded in the 1870 census. In this same census Jesse Haile's (# father, Isham Esau MATLOCK (# age 87, b. in Va. is living with him. Joseph and Josephine had: LOUIS NAPOLEON MATLOCK b. 1871, Rollo, Mo. and d. 1950 m. OLIVE WOOD, 1906 b. 1884 and d. 1951 GLADYS IRENE MATLOCK m. HAROLD LLAMA, 1927 ( 7 Children ) RICHARD E. LLAMA b. 1930 RALPH E. LLAMA b. 1931 and d. 1934 JUANITA LEE LLAMA  b. 1933 m. ____ GREEN GLADYS JEAN LLAMA b. 1936 m. ____ SEIDLING DARRELL K. LLAMA b. 1937 and d. 1971 GAE ANN LLAMA b. 1944 m. ____ ROSMAN (twin) RAY DEAN LLAMA b. 1944 (twin) CHARLES HENRY MATLOCK b. 11 Nov 1876, Phelp Co. Mo and d. 1964, Thornton, Wa. m. ETTA TYLER, Div. abt 1928 ( Had children ) Etta remarried,, died of cancer and was cremated. Charles is buried in the CURTIS family plot in Thornton, Wa. He didn't like his middle name and few knew it. He said that winter times were so hard in Missouri; the family lived on corn bread and molasses for break-fast and potato soup for dinner & supper. (from Nita CURTIS's Letter 1982) ELDON (Matt) MATLOCK b. abt. 1911 or 12 m. ____ JOY

Note: JOY sent Lois EBBERTs name & address to Eldon MATLOCK of 4811 Virginia Rd., Mechanicsburg, Pa. 17055 --- Del Broad Manor some of this was difficult to read so double check. My guess as to date is around 1982 or 3. (Eldon was a relative of Timothy MATLOCK [the N.J. Quaker] his dau was/or is Mrs. DC (Mary Lou) BYERLY, RD #1 Box 321, Brockney, Pa. 18812. The Timothy information came from Mary Lou.

Eldon & JOY had: Mike MATLOCK and Mary Beth MATLOCK and (they ?) had: Bruce MATLOCK, Josephine MATLOCK BUSH ALETTA (Letty) VOLUMBIA (LEITITA) MATLOCK Spelling ... (Aletta (Letty) Volumbia) from US 1900 census Vol 21 Matlock Precint Whitman Co. Wa. b. 11 Oct 1877, Phelps Co. Mo. m. 1st NAN (Wallis ?) MACKLIN 1906/o6 Whitman Co. Wa. m. 2nd HENRY WALLACE [He was a constable in Spangle, Wa. No mention of any children.] EDNA MACKLIN d. abt. 1968/69 A very pretty girl, she gradusted from Cheeny Normal.m. 1st. FRED WHITENER Had: 1. Fred WHITENER, Jr. PORTER R. MATLOCK b. 8 Mar 1880 and d. 28 Mar 1881 WALTER A. MATLOCK b. 1884 and d. 1972/3 m. ANNA KNUTE d. in Seattle, Wa. ELVIRA (Vi) MATLOCK b. Abt. 1913 and deceased DAVID MATLOCK JESSE WILLIAM/HALE MATLOCK b.18 Feb 1886, Rolla, Phelps Co. Mo. d. 26 Dec 1963, The Dalles, Wasco Co. Or. bur. IOOF Cemetery m. MARY FRANCIS HARLOW, 8 Mar 1910, Couer'd Alene, Id. (dau of Wm. LaFayette HARLOW and Susan CUSTER) b. 11 Mar 1893, Eagle Rock, Botetourt Co. Va. d. 11 Oct 1979, Spokane, Wa. bur. Greenwood Memorial Terrace One source has this Jesse as married to Elizabeth Adams, but the dates for her children do not work out. WSB DULCIE (Dutch) ELIZABETH BELL MATLOCK b. 2 Dec 1912, Spokane, Wa. m. 1st ARTHUR MICHAEL ROGERS, 26 June 1929, Eugene, Or. Div. Mar 1954 (2 Children) d. 14 May 1966 m. 2nd GEORGE CLARK, Oct 1952, The Dalles, Or. b. June 1916 and d. 16 Oct 1968 m. 3rd RAYMOND RUSSELL RALPH,(see (her ex-son-in-law, 1971,in The Dalles, Or.) Dulcie and Arthur had: MARY ELIZABETH (Betty) ROGERS b. 11 June 1930 m. 1st RAYMOND RUSSELL RALPH, Div. ( 5 Children) (see b. 15 May 1917, The Dalles, Or. m. 2nd ARNOLD ADAM BOHRER b, 1 May 1924. Betty is a bank clerk in The Dalles and a member of the Faith Lutheran Church. Arnold is a power house mechanic for the Corps of Engineers. He previously lived in N. Dak. and has 3 children by a previous marriage: 1. Sharon Kay, b. 1948; 2. Patricia Lee, b. 1952; and 3. Lola Mae, b. 1958. Mary (Betty) had 5 children by her 1st husband, Raymond RALPH: WILLIAM MARTIN RALPH b. 10 Mar. 1950, The Dalles Or. m. 1st JOYCE LEE CHASTAIN, Div. 1980 b. 18 May 1950 m. 2nd SHARON ANN HOFFMAN, 3 Jan 1981, Stevenson, Wa. b. 11 Aug 1946. William had: 1. Pamela Lee RALPH, b. 23 Apr 1968, The Dalles and d. 31 Nov 1968, Vancover, Wa 2. Christina Rea RALPH, b. 6 Jul 1969, Vancover,Wa. 3. Robert Charles RALPH, b. 16 Nov 1971, Vancover,Wa SUSAN ELIZABETH RALPH b. 10 Mar 1950, The Dalles, Or. m. LESLIE WIESE, Div. had: 1. Darcey Elaine WIESE, b. 1 Nov 1979, The Dalles Or. RAE ANN RALPH b. 27 Sept 1952, The Dalles, Oregon m. DARYL WILLIAM PFAFF, 12 Apr 1973 b. 20 June 1950. Had: 1. Nathan James PFAFF, b. 29 Aug 1976, The Dalles, Ore. 2. Elizabeth Irene PFAFF, b. 17 Jul 1981, The Dalles, Or. or Portland, Or. MARY CATHERINE RALPH b. 10 Jun 1955, The Dalles, Or. N/M/ JAMES (Jimmy) RUSSELL RALPH b. 29 Apr 1958, The Dalles, Or. N/M WILLIAM (Bill) ARTHUR RALPH b. 28 Apr 1932 m. 1st PATRICIA ANN JOHNSON, 28 Apr 1952 The Dalles, Or. Div. m. 2nd CONNIE MARY HARLING, Reno, Nev. William and Patricia had: 1. Elizabeth Mary ROGERS, b. 26 Feb 1964,The Dalles, Or., 2. MICHAEL (Mike) ANDREW ROGERS, b. 9 Mar 1967, The Dalles, Or., d. 1989 in an accident. DURWARD (Dude) MATLOCK b. 3 Dec 1914, Spokane, Wa. m. 1st BEATRICE IULA BECK, Spokane, Wa. b. 1918 and d. 26 Dec 1938, childbirth, Ione,Or. bur. Spokane, Wa. m. 2nd HELEN WHITE, 1948. b. 17 June 1916, Lamont, Wa.

Dude graduated from Eugene High school and worked as a miner and on construction of Coulee Dam. He was a paratrooper in the 101 Air-borne Div. during W.W.II, participating in the D-Day invasion of France and making the Holland Jump 17 Sept 1944. He was wounded during the Battle of the Bulge. He worked as a laborer in Spokane, retireing in 1979. ROBERT (Bob) JAMES MATLOCK b. 26 Dec 1938, Ione, Or. (1st wife Beatrice I. BECK) m. MARJORIE ANN OLSON 10 Sep 1960, Coeur D'Alene. Id. dau. of Aurthur Osca OLSON and Helen Jean WEEKLY b. 13 July 1941, Coeur D'Alene, Id. Bob is in the retail grocery business and active in Air National Guard, They have three children. 1. DAVID JAMES MATLOCK, b. 9 June 1961, Coeur D'Alene, Id. 2. CRAIG THOMAS MATLOCK, b. 26 June 1963, Couer D'Alene, Id. 3. ANNE MARGARET MATLOCK, b. 20 May 1965, Coeur D'Alene, Id. MARILYNN MATLOCK b. 20 Aug 1916, Spokane, Wa. m. ROBERT (Bob) EDGAR PRICE 17 Jul 1938, The Dalles,Or. son of Cecil PRICE and MINNIE C. READ b. 12 Aug 1916, Kings Valley, Or. d. 16 May 1979, Portland, Or. (Cancer) bur. Monmouth, Or. Fir Crest Cem. Robert was a Carpenters Mate 1st Class, U.S. Navy 1941-45. Then held various jobs. Marilynn lives in Tillamook, Or. She has been a long time researcher she furnished considerable data, photos and documents for this manuscript. WSB.

Marilynn graduated from Eugene, Or. High School and completed the teacher preparation program at Ore. Normal School - 1935. She received a BS degree in elementary education from Oregon College of Education 1971. She taught a one-room school in Wasco Co. Or. 1937-8 and the first four grades at Pedee, Or. 1942-3. She taught girls' Pe five years at The Dalles, Ore. fifth grade 4 years in Florence, Or., 6th grade 2 years at Bay City, Or. and 6th grade 20 years at East School in Tillamook, Or. retireing in 1982. She is a member of Delta Kappa Gamma and the First Christian Church. Her hobbies are knitting, sewing, reading, and traveling. She is a member of the D.A.R. and A.A.U.W.

Robert (Bob) was the son of Cecil Wrex PRICE (son of Larkin PRICE and Julia CHAMBERS) and Minnie READ, (dau of William READ and Olive KING)

The King and Chambers families settled King's Valley, Benton Co. in 1844. Bob graduated from Monmouth High School and attended Oregon Normal. He operated Price's Lumber Yard 1938-41 and enlisted in the Navy Oct 1944 as Carpenture;s Mate 3/c. He was assigned to Argus radar unit 10 months and then to the attack transport ship US Laurens. He was in the invasion of Leyte, Philippine Islands and Okinawa. After his discharge as Carpentuer's Mate 1/c Sept 1945 he again operated the lumber yard. From 1948 to 1950 he owned and operated a cabinet shop in Monmouth, Or. He returned to school, receiving a BS in ed- ucation from Oregon College of Education and an MS in 1956. He was the principal of Knox Butte School, Albany, Or. 1952-3 and of Florence, Or. Grade School in 1953-7 and of Garibaldi, Or. grade school 1957-60. After teaching twelve years at the Tillamook Jr. High School, he operated his own Real Estate Brokerage and Tax Consulting Firm until his death by cancer. ROBERT DALE PRICE b. 13 Mar 1946, Salem Or. m. SYLVIA MARIE ADAMS, 27 Dec 1967 Tillamook, Or. (Div) 1973 b. 1946 (1 Child) m. 2nd JOANNE BIRD, 16 Jun 1974 Cour'd Alene,Id. (Div) (1 Child) m. 3rd MARY DOYLE GILBERT, 16 May 1981 Salem, Or. (Div) 1984 b. 5 Sept 1950. (2 Children) m. 4th ????

Dale graduated from the Tillamook High School, received a BA in Ecomomics from the University of Or.1968 and Med from Roosevelt University 1970. He taught in the Chicago ghetto area 1970-72 and was Rural Housing Consultant and Director of Economics Div.., Panhandle Planning and Developement Council, Coeur D'Alene until 1978 when he became fiscal consultant for Children's Services for the State of Oregon. Among his many hobbes are woodworking, drawing and garden-ing, but his favorite is magic shows, which he presents for both children and adults.

Mary graduated from Roseburg High School and studied nursing at Umpqua Comm. School and Tacoma Community College. She is a personal Service Representative for US Bank in Salem. Or. Dale had 1 child by his first wife, 1 child by his 2nd wife and 2 children by his third. 1. Eruc Dale PRICE, b. 30 Oct 1970, Couer D'Alene, Id. 2. Samantha (Sammy) Lynn PRICE, b. 1 Aug 1977, Salem, Or. 3. PatricK James PRICE, b. and d. 9 Aug 1982, Salem Or. 4. Jacqueline Jean PRICE, b. and d. 9 aug 1982, Salem, Or. Both are buried in Silverton, Or. CHARLOTTE LEE PRICE b. 19 Apr 1948, Salem, Or. m. WALTER MARVIN WIRFS, 21 Dec 1968 Tillamook Methodist Church. b. 5 Dec 1947, Oregon City, Or. Had: 1. Carolyn WIRFS, 2. Matthew WIRFS Charlotte graduated from Tillamook High School and received a BS in elementary education from Oregon College of Education 1971. She worked a year as shoe salesman for J.C. Penny in Colorado Springs, while her husband was stationed at Fort Carson.She taught 5th and 6th grades in Lebanon, Or. until the birth of her 1st child.From 1974-1982 she operated a home sewing business "The Children's Corner" and pattern business,"Sew Much Fun" She still operates the pattern business with a partner, and is a substitute teacher and reading teacher's aide for the Dallas, Ore schools. She is active in the Polk Co Historical Society, the genealogical Society and is doing research for a book on the history of King's Valley. Or

Walt is a son of Walter Harold WIRFS (son of Peter WIRFS and Mary OLIPANT) and Thelma Loana TUCKER, dau of Robert WESLEY and Orpha Ellen NELSON. He graduated from Tillamook High School and attended Oregon State Univ. two years befor joining the Army, and serving at Ft. Lewis, Wa. Ft. Ord Ca. Viet Nam and Ft. Carson Colorado. Following his discharge in 1971 he returned to Or.State, where he received a BS in 1974. He worked for the Sweet Home Division of Willamette Industries in Corvallis, Or. and was transferred by the company in 1976 to Dalles, Ore. where he is now Sawmill Supt. The family enjoys camping,fishing, gardening,swiming and beach combing. Walt also enjoys fishing for steelhead, woodworking, music and art. CARLA JEAN PRICE b. 16 Oct 1956, Florence, Or. m. WAYNE PERKINS, 15 Sep 1982, Salem, Or. b. 16 Dec 1955, Salem, Or. son of Roderick PERKINS (son of Clarady PERKINS and Rose WIROSTEK) Shirley YOUNG (dau of Marjorie YOUNG) Had: 1. Ryan Scott PERKINS, b. 23 June 1990, Salem, Or. Wayne graduated High School in Chicago and attended Chemeckita Comm. Collage in Salem,Or.He is a baker for the Chalet Restaurants. Carla graduated from Tillamook High School and received a BS in secondary education from Oregon State univ. 1978. She is a waitress at Chalet Restaurant.Her hobbies are needlework and raising parrots and other birds. Carla and Wayne enjoy skiing DARROLD (Tubs) WILLIAM MATLOCK b. 11 Aug 1921, Spokane, Wa. d. 17 Aug 1956, Spokane, Wa. Bur. Greenwood Mem. Cemetery m. PEGGY JUNE SICKERMAN; 10 Aug 1942, The Dalles, Or. b. 17 Dec 1925, Spokane, Wa. and d. Aug 1995, Spokane,Wa. He was a railroad operator in N. Africa and Italy during W.W. II in 1943-45. Darrold James (Jimmy) MATLOCK b. 6 June 1944, Spokane, Wa. m. BETTY ANN POLLNECK Had: 1. Richard MATLOCK, 2. Tony MATLOCK and 3. Craig MATLOCK PEGGY SUZANNAH (Susie) MATLOCK b. 7 Nov 1946, Spokane, Wa. m. DENNIS WILLIAM FOSTER, 1971, Spokane, Wa. Had: 1. Dennis William FOSTER,Jr., b. 12 Mar 1973 2. Billy Lee FOSTER, b. 13 Nov 1976 RALPH (Buster) WILLIAM MATLOCK b. 19 Mar 1949, Spokane, Wa. d. 20 Apr 1981, buried Orchard Prarie Cem.Spokane, m. SANDRA BRYANT, 8 Aug 1969, Spokane, Wa. Had: 1. Toni Rae MATLOCK, b. 21 April 1977 2. Ralph William MATLOCK, Jr. b. 21 June 1978 Ralph, Sr. served in the Korean War. GARY (Pogo) LAWERENCE MATLOCK b. 26 July 1950, Spokane, Wa. m. JACKIE ANNA HARRIS, 15 Apr 1970, Spokane, Wa. Had: 1. Nichole Marie MATLOCK, b. 30 June 1972 2. Brandy Lynn MATLOCK, b. 4 May 1975 3. Tracy Ann MATLOCK, b. 11 Aug 1976 4. Brandi Li MATLOCK, b. 26 Mar 1978 VICKIE RAE MATLOCK b. 20 June 1954, Spokane, Wa. N/M DARLYNN JOSEPHINE MATLOCK b. 8 Jan 1925, Ashland, Or. m. 1st ERNEST HARRINGTON, Jr. 16 Jun 1946, Monmouth, Or. (Div. Mar 1972) b. 10 July 1922, Wiley Wa. son of Ernest Dewey HARRINGTON and Elva COAN Earnest Jr. completed the three-year teaching program at Oregon College of Education 1951. He taught school and than was principal a Florence, Or. m. 2nd RALPH GUILD BAILEY; 11 Aug 1972, Ashland, Or. b. 21 July 1909 and d. 19 Dec 1980, Cancer Ralph was employed by the Telephone Co. in Chicago, retiring in 1973. They moved from Ingleside, Il. to Gold Beach, Or. 1975 after spending two years traveling through out the US. SANDRA LYNN HARRINGTON b. 11 Nov 1947, Vancover, Wa. m. DAVID LINCOLN KIRK, 16 June 1968, Florence, Or. (Div. MAr 1977) b. 22 Nov 1945, Travers City, Mi. son of Benjamin MORGAN and Theon KIRK David is a carpentur and Sandra is a computer clerk for the US Forestry Servive. Had: 1. Alyssum Maureen KIRK, b. 2 July 1973 Coeur D'Alene, Wa. 2. Gloria Marie KIRK, b. 21 May 1975, Couer D'Alene, Wa. 3. Anthony David KIRK, b. 2 July 1976, Couer D'Alene, Wa. ERNEST MARK ROY HARRINGTON b. 13 March, Salem, Oregon m. JULIE MARIE NELSON 12 Feb 1973, Florence, Or b. 25 Oct 1954, Gardena, Ca. dau of William Max NELSON & Dorthea Vander LINDEN Mark is a Chef. Had: 1. Patrick Guild HARRINGTON, b. 11 Dec 1978, Eugene, Or. 2. Kathryn Elizabeth HARRINGTON, b. 30 June 1981, Eugene, Or. DELLA MAE (May) MATLOCK m. 1st WILLIAM (Bill) BOSSERT, Dec 1919 or 1921 ? m. 2nd CRAIG ENGLE, abt. 1919/1920 JEANETTA (Jeat) BOSSERT b. 1911, Spokane, Wa. d. 1970 (?) m. GEORGE RANSBOTTOM, abt. 1936 MARALYN RANSBOTTOM b. 1936/37 m. STAN LARSON She was to be named for Marilynn Matlock PRICE, but they did not know the correct spelling. MARLENE RANSBOTTOM HOWARD ENGLE b. Oct 1921, Spokane, Wa. and d. 1990 m. Louise ___, N/I. In W.W.II Howard was a tail gunner on a bomber flying out of England and France. JAMES MONROE MATLOCK b.15 Jun 1861, St James, Phelps Co. Mo. d. 1942, Helix, Or. (age 81) m. HENRIETTA SHINNEMAN (dau of Albert SHINNEMAN) b. 1868, Saginaw, Michigan ROSETTA/BEATRICE MATLOCK b. 6 Feb 1891, St. Lewis, Mo. d. 20 Aug 1900, St. Lewis, Mo. (Diptheria) GLADYS MATLOCK b. 1 May 1901, St. Lewis, Mo. d. 18 Dec 1903, St. Lewis, Mo. (Spinal Meningitis) LORENE ELIZABETH MATLOCK b. 12 Feb 1893, Colfax, Wa. d. 2 Oct 1980, Athena, Or. m. GEORGE WASHINGTON PIPER; 25 Dec 1910, of Helix, Or. Lorene had polio, her Uncle Dave carried her to her meals. DOROTHIA LOIS PIPER m. MILLARD LESTER EBBERT (div. after 30 y/of marriage.) "I remember my father talking about the big flood in Heppner" Lois, has shared photos, books, and manuscripts with me, WSB. 1991 to 1996. She lived in Kent, Wa. now Des Moines, Wa. I know she has a daughter that lives close by. WSB. DELPHIE LOUETA PIPER d. in the late 1990's m. ---- NELSON She is in a nursing home in Heppner, Or. with Muscular Sclerosis. EVA PIPER d. 28 Dec 1995, Walla Walla, Wa. at age 83, from asthma, & bone deterioration from to much Cortizone. Funeral was held Jan. 3 1996 [She may have been married, Marvin TUCKER ... GOULD/TUCKER ... pioneers of Weston, Or.] VIOLA MAY MATLOCK b. 29 Feb 1894, Colfax, Wa. m. MAX DUDLEY, 28 Sep 1917, Walla Walla, Wa.(From Athena,Or) GERALD LEE MATLOCK b. 27 Oct 1898, Port Royal, Mo. d. 25 Jul 1979, Puyallup, Wa. (age 80) m. LOIS ALINE; 28 Sep 1922, Woodburn, Or. (dau of David ALINE and Adeline Rosalia NYSTRUM) b. 1898, Moline, Il. and d. 1983

Both sets of Lois Ailnes grandparents were born in Sweden. The NYSTRUM's, Eric and Anna arrived about 1846. Eric and Segrid ALINE also came in 1846. ALINE isn't the original name of Lois' grandparents as they went to court either in Sweden or Bishop Hill, Illinois to have it legally changed. There was an outbreak of Cholera on the ship which brought them from Sweden.

In 1916 Gerald discovered and gave the Matlock family it's LEGEND. " In 1916, I, (Gerald) went to Eugene, Oregon to enter University study. Shortly, we encountered an old gentleman named Matlock, who was ninety-four or ninety-five years old. I visited him and he told me much of the background of the Matlock's. I do not remember his given name, for this was my only interview with him. He died a couple of months after our interview. "

Gerald was ordained a minister in 1918, in Eugene, Or, began his preaching at Scott's Mills, Or. and then Kingston. (There is, or was a Kingston southeast of Stayton,Or.)and started his residence ministry in Enterprise,Or. in 1923. In 1932 be began to suffer a hearing loss, that became serious enough that he had to give up his preaching. He bought a three acre ranch near Puyallup, Wa. and turned to farming. He was the founder of the Matlock Fruit Farms. He played a key role in commercial Raspberry research, and designed innovative farm equipment to perform special jobs.

Obituary for Gerald Lee MATLOCK:

Gerald Lee MATLOCK, 80 of 15602 T St. E. Puyallup, a prominent farmer and founder of Matlock Fruit Farms, Inc., died Wednesday.

Born in Port Royal, Mo., Mr. Matlock came to Tacoma in 1934. He moved to Puyallup in 1936 when he started the fruit growing operation.

He also was the former pastor of the Lincoln Park Christian Church. An ordained minister, Mr. Matlock turned to farming after losing his hearing. He was a member of the South Hill Christian Church, Phoenix Masonic Lodge of Sumner, the McMillin Grange, The Western Washington Horticultural Association. Mr. Matlock also was a life member of the Ezra Meeker Historical Society.

Mr. Matlock earned several educational degrees and was working toward his doctorate in theology at Butler University in Indiana when he first experienced a hearing disorder and was forced to drop out of seminary. However, Mr. Matlock served as pastor at a number of churches until a doctor suggested that he take up farming. "I couldn't even hear when the choir stopped singing,"

Mr. Matlock recalled upon the observance of his golden wedding anniversary in 1972.

The Matlocks acquired three acres on the River Road where they grew and sold all types of produce. Later, the Matlocks moved to a 15-acre farm at Alderton and gradually added acreage to it over the years. The present-day 250 acre farm has become one of the premier raspberry producers. The Matlock farm has also played a key role in commercial berry research and lead to the control of a raspberry weevil which was threatening crops. Matlock also devised innovative farm equipment designed to perform special jobs.

Survivors include his, wife, Lois A.; two daughters, Mrs. Bonnie J. SCHOLZ of McMillin and Mrs. Ruth A. PERRYH of Barre. Mass.; two sons, Ivan H. MATLOCK and David L. Matlock, both of Puyallup; a sister, Mrs. Lorene PIPER of Walla Walla; 13 grandchildren and 3 great grand children. Hill Funeral Home, Puyallup, is in charge.

Gerald and Lois had: RUTH ALINE MATLOCK b. 1923, Enterprise, Or. m. JERRY PERRY (of Barre, Mass.) Had: 1. Nathan PERRY, 2. Christopher PERRY (Hemophiliac), 3. Martha Allen PERRY, she m. Nadar Aran PANSHI; 7 Aug 1972 BONNIE JEAN MATLOCK b. 1926, Baker, Or. m. Kenneth SHOLTZ d. 16 Dec 1977 Had: 1. Ronald J. SHOLTZ, 2. Keith SHOLTZ, 3. Daniel SHOLTZ, 4. Larry SHOLTZ, 5. Allen J. SHOLTZ, 6. Stephen SHOLTZ IVAN H. MATLOCK b. 1935, Yorktown, Ind. m. AURORA ---- JOHN D. MATLOCK Works in a tree nursery at Gray's Harbor, Wa. ROBERT D. MATLOCK DAVID L. MATLOCK b. 1940, The Dalles, Or. m. Georgia ____ Had: 1. Michael D. MATLOCK, 2. Cheryl MATLOCK MARY E./NORA ELIZABETH MATLOCK  b. 30 Sept 1866/67, Rolla, Mo. d. Sept 1944, Calgary, Canada m. JOHN HENRY MATLOCK, No. 1 Mar 1889, Mo. (His 3rd wife also his 2nd cousin) son of Preston Haile MATLOCK, no. EARLY PIONEERS of Thornton, Washington

[Received from Lois Ebbert 1991] MATLOCK SCHOOL NO. 87

Matlock School was located 4 miles west of Cashup, Wa. in the home of Alex ROGERS. Among the first four pupils was Eva Bailey (WOOD), an aunt of Jack and Don BAILEY on the Ann Matlock ELLIS branch, (Chapter 2).

The school house was built in 1888 on land donated by John H. and Nora MATLOCK. It was used up to 1939. This school building was a community center for over 50 years.

R. E MATLOCK was one of the Matlock School directors, serving from 1903 to 1911.

J.P. MATLOCK, Thomas MATLOCK and F.M. BAILEY, are on the list of names as Parents or Guardian of Children Attending Matlock School District No. 87 - 1888.

[F. M. BAILEY (Francis Marion BAILEY)was the father of Eva Bailey WOOD) and Walter Raymond BAILEY, the later was born in Steptoe, Wa. 1888. Walter R. BAILEY is the father of Jack and Donald BAILEY, no.'s 2. WSB]

Children Attending Matlock School Dist. NO, 87 - 1891 (Listed under parent or guardian):


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Other Matlock names from the School Registers are:

Ethel, Ida, Jess, Beulah, Iva, Della & Walter MATLOCK. 1907-1909

Cecil, Ewald, and Harold MATLOCK. 1910

[The Comegys Family of Palouse Country, Wa., are related to Lafe COMEGYS no. See the Ann Matlock ELLIS branch no. ... in chapter 2.

COMEGYS- The origional couple came from Europe and changed their name to COMEGYS, all Comegys in America descend from this one couple. Walter (Lafe) and I have a copy of the book "History of the Comegys" by Mrs. Nancy Moler POETER, 1981 ] WSB

The following story by Ralph COMEGYS from the Book "Early Pioneers of Thornton, Wa." gives an overview of what it was like for our Matlock ancestors in the Pacific Northwest Territory.

Lafe and Ann COMEGYS, members of the Lewis and Elizabeth Ellis RINEHART Reunion, are related to George and Ralph COMEGYS, and through the maternal ancestery of Elizabeth Ellis RINEHART, Lafe is a Matlock decendent.

PIONEERING in the PALOUSE COUNTRY in 1878 and Later as Viewed in retrospect by Ralph COMEGYS

On March 17, 1878, George and Margaret (Ball) COMEGYS with their family of three children established a home on a preemption claim of one hundred sixty acres of Thorn Creek, in Section 34-19-43-about 1 1/2 miles south of the present site of Thornton he three children were Harriet, age fourteen, who was half sister to the boys, and who returned to Oregon in 1882 to enter Normal School and later taught in the valley, Ralph, four years old, Horace, one and one half years. Claude was born in 1882. The Comegys family came to the Palouse country in a covered wagon from the little village or town of Amity, Oregon located in the Willamette Valley about 46 miles southwest from Portland. George and Margaret both came from families representing long lines of immigrants and pioneers. George crossed the plains in 1848/1850 from Missouri in a covered wagon in where the Oregon Trail crosses the John Day river near its confluence with the Columbia. On our way from the Willamette Valley to the Palouse country, we drove from Amity to Portland, thence by boat to The Dalles, thence to a point above Celilo rapids by wagon, thence to Wallul a by boat. Believe we used the wagon for the rest of the way. The location selected by the Comegys for a home was also on the "Old Territioial Road" ex-tending from Walla Walla to Colville. The family lived in a tent the greater part of the summer of 1878.Our house was built near the line running between two 160 acre traces in Section 34-19-43. Father proved up on the preemption claim as quickley as possable, paying $1.00 and a quarter per acre. He then filed a homestead claim on the other tract and moved the house across the line onto the homestead, for which he received a patent from the government five years later. He purchased from the railroad company for two dollars sixty-five cents per acre the west half of section 35-19-43, and a few years later purchased the NE 1/4 of 3-18-43 for about seven or eight dollars per acre. He also purchased from a neighbor two 40 acre tracts in Section 34.

In the early days we traded at two stores - Cashup and the Pine City store. When about seven years old, I began riding a straw-berry roan cyause pony that we named Gipsy. The variety of our grocery purchases were very limited compared with todays. We usually brought home brown sugar, dried apples or peaches, dry beans, green coffee beans and tea. We usually obtained a supply of flour at the mills, enough to last six months or a year. The light we used was day light or candle light, candles made at home in a candle mold.

Everyone depended on live stock for a living, all had milk cows and some other cattle and some had horses and, of course everyone had hogs and chickens. There were three rather large bands of horses in the immediate neighborhood, probably 40 to 60 head in each band, one of the owners being George COMEGYS. It was from these bands that the settlers obtained work horses to plow up the sod when the railroads came.

We threshed barley and oats for stock feed and the first grain sold on the market for cash was at Cheney. It took three days round trip. The first night we camped at a tolerable camp site four or five miles out of Cheney, the second day saw the grain sold , part of the proceeds went to pay a note dad had previously given for a Peter SHUTTLER wagon and another part was invested in supplies. The return was made to the camp site for the second night out & we would arrive home in the middle of the afternoon. On two occasions we celebrated the 4th at Colfax and on one of these, we were driving just behind Tom MATLOCK on Dry Creek when his team became frightened, broke the double-tree hitch, and ran away leaving the hack in the road with Tom and his wife sitting in it. We loaned him one of our horses which he rode after the runaways, captured them in a fence corner and we proceeded on our way.

The Comegy children did not attend any of the county schools, their parents chose to teach them at home.

HORACE COMEGYS, came in 1878. Moved to Oakesdale in 1887 when the railroad came in. He built a house . His old house burned at the homestead near Thornton, Wa. Mr. Comegys remembers hearing the sleigh bells when people came in sleds through the fields to Jenning's place to dance. Horace Comegys has the old brand his father had "31". Horace's uncle, Mr Chase had a blacksmith shop.

One of the interesting attractions that greeted the eyes and ears in those early days was the long-legged and long billed curlew, with its peculiar manner of alighting from flight and its clear, full, musical siren-like cry as it circled and lost altitude before finially settling its feet firmly on the ground with its wings fully extended in perpendicular pose, then slowly, slowly lowering them to synchronize complete immobility of wing action and vocal effort.

A bird we came to know intimately which was less spectacular but more useful than the curlew, was the prarie chicken. These birds invaded our premises by the dozens and in the winter time we kept a supply dressed and frozen hanging on the cloths line for daily use.

[Note: This family of COMEGYS are related to Lafe COMEGYS a member of the RINEHART's on the DUNCAN branch. WSB] JESSE MATLOCK  b. 7 Mar 1893, Oaksdale, Wa. d. 10 Mar 1920, Champion, Alberta Canada m. ESTHER JOHNSON, 13 Sept 1911, Colfax, Wa. b. 2 Aug 1893, Moscow Id. and d. 9 June 1974, Tacoma, Wa. dau of John David JOHNSON JOHN CHALMER MATLOCK b.17 July 1898, St. John, Wa. d. 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Canada m. LAURA MAE LABBEC b. 26 May 1898, Ft. Kent, Maine

Photo of Frank & wife ??? BENJAMIN FRANK MATLOCK d. and bur. in Yakima, Wa. m. MYRTLE ---- d. and bur. in Yakima, Wa.

Benjamin F. MATLOCK is mentioned in James Monroe MATLOCK's obituary (1942), referred to as his brother and living in Yakima. Wa. He is said to have had red hair. JEROME  MATLOCK 7th child of Isham Matlock b. 1821/23, Washington Co. Tn. d. 1874 - Note from Lillian KINKEADE: I have no information of Jerome except that he did not marry. JAMES MILLER MATLOCK 8th c/of Isham no. b. 14 Feb 1825, Washington Co. Tn. d. Apr 1898 m. ELIZABETH JONES ( 3 children ) d. probably 1858 m.2nd LOUTITIA MISSOURI GIBSON HUFF

From Lillian: In the Phelps County Courthouse I found a mariage contract of Nov 26, 1859, to the effect that each of the above should retain control of his or her property. It was witnessed by John H. PERRY and John Boone COFFMAN.

Note from Lillian KINKEADE: From Alice WENDT and Beulah DOWELL I learned that Elizabeth developed Tuberculosis and wanted to go back to Ten. The trip was made, according to my two sources, by boat and by way of New Orleans.In letters written to James Miller after his return to Mo. Elizabeth mentions the expense of going by boat, but I don't understand going all the way to New Orleans. These letters, carefully saved by Elizabeth Matlock COFFMAN, tell how much the children weigh, how Jerome was a better boy than she expected, and what did he want her to name the baby? In June 1858 she had been bedfast for ten weeks, & wanted James Miller to come prepared to stay "while I do Live". She signed her letters Sarah. JEROME MATLOCK m. DELILAH JANE BOGGS Had: 1. Etta MATLOCK FESSLER, 2. Sig MATLOCK, 3. Sylvia MATLOCK, 4. Bernice MATLOCK, 5. Grace MATLOCK JOSEPHINE MATLOCK m. JAMES CLINTON Had: 1. Rose CLINTON, 2. William CLINTON, (killed by train). 3. Victor CLINTON, 4. Jacquinotte CLINTON JAMES MATLOCK (did not marry)

Note from Lillian KINKEADE: In the Phelps Co. Mo. courthouse I found a marriage contraact of Nov 26, 1859, to th effect that each of the above should retain control of his or her property. It was witnessed by John H. PERRY and John Boone COFFMAN. LAURA BELLE MAGDALINE MATLOCK m. 1st ALEXANDER BOGGS m. 2nd FRANK WALKER EVERETT BOGGS (Copper City, Ca.) m. BERTHA HENDERSON Had: 1. Velva Belle BOGGS MARY ELIZABETH MATLOCK b. 20 Apr 1862 m. THOMAS RICHARDSON HUSTON BEULAH BELLE HUSTON b. 4 Aug 1887 and d. 23 Feb 1967 m. CHARLES LEWIS DOWELL Note from Lucille KINKEADE: Charles DOWELL is buried in Hiawatha Kansas and Beulah is buried many miles away in the Matlock Cemetery north of St. James, Mo. CONSTANCE DOWELL m. EDWIN TOWNLEY Had: 1. Connie Jean TOWNLEY, 2. Thomas Charles TOWNLEY, 3. Linda Joyce TOWNLEY, 4. Paul Burke TOWNLEY MARGARET LOUTITIA MATLOCK m. JOHN GILLAM Had: 1. James GILLAM, 2. Harrison GILLAM ANDREW JOHNSON (Dick) MATLOCK m. ALICE WEATHERWAX CHARLES MATLOCK m. 1st ETHEL ____ ( 1 Child ) m. 2nd HELEN ____ Had: 1. Charles MATLOCK, Jr. SAMUEL GIBSON MATLOCK  m. 1st LAURA LIGETT Had: 1. Harry MATLOCK, 2. Willie MATLOCK, killed in W.W.1 m. 2nd LULU SOMERS (1 child) m. 3rd ARZULA WRIGHT N/I mentioned ALGER WAINRIGHT MATLOCK m. ESSIE NAUGLE Had: 1. Wainright MATLOCK, 2. Clarence MATLOCK, 3. Randall MATLOCK and 4. BARBARA MATLOCK m. FRED AUFDERHEIDE Had: 1. Frederick AUFDERHEIDE and 2. Robert AUFDERHEIDE NANCY ELLEN MATLOCK m. JOHN BELL BEULAH BELL m. ROBERT RODKEY Had : 1. ROBERT RODKEY, Jr. CHARLES RANDOLPH MATLOCK m. ANNA SHAUBER OPAL MATLOCK m. STUART HARMER ANNA LOUITIA MATLOCK m. 1st KENNETH MORELAND, Div. ( 1 Child .. ? Doris ?) m. 2nd PAUL DICKSON MURIEL JOY MATLOCK m. WILLIAM D. DAUBENDICK Had: 1. William D. DAUBENDICK, Jr. FERN JUNE MATLOCK m. ROBERT DUNN, Div. JAMES MATLOCK m. CLARA ELLEN HEAD. Had: 1. Charles Roland MATLOCK, 2. Joy Anna MATLOCK, 3. William James MATLOCK, 4. Betty June MATLOCK, 5. James MATLOCK, 6. Vincent MATLOCK, 7. Dorothy MATLOCK, 8. Diane (Dolly) Janette MATLOCK and perhaps others. ALICE MATLOCK m. WILLIAM AUCHARD MARGARET MATLOCK m. PETER SILVER Had: 1. Charles Edward SILVER and 2. James Peter SILVER DORIS MAE MATLOCK m. MARSHALL TAYLOR Had: 1. Marshall TAYLOR III STELLA JANE MATLOCK m. ( 1st ?) CHARLES CAIN m. ( 2nd ?) MORRIS RICARD ( 1 adopted son)  Are these her husbands or sons ?) (One obituary gives this woman as Stella BLACK but no other records do.) ALICE LILLIAN MATLOCK m. FRANK WENDT CARMEN SYLVIA WENDT m. WALTER ALLISON ALICE ANN ALLISON m. JACK ETCHISON Had: 1. Andrew ETCHISON, 2. John ETCHISON WALTER ALLISON m. BARBARA COPELAND Had: 1. Byran ALLISON, 2. Ruth ALLISON FRANK WENDT  m. OPAL COPELAND RANDALL EVANS (Doc) MATLOCK m. 1st FLORA ____ m. 2nd ELIZABETH ____ m. 3rd unknown unable to read notes re; Randall,s children GUY ROSIER/MOSIER MATLOCK (# m. LAURA BELL (Bessie) DEAN This record is to be found with Endomile MATLOCK -PERRY-DEAN THOMAS BUCKINGHAM MATLOCK b. 1 Jul 1823/7 or 8, Wash. Co. Tn. m. ELIZA (Betsy) MCKINNEY 20/29 Aug 1846 ( one record gives his middle as JEFFERSON) Had: 1. John B. MATLOCK, 2. Thomas B. MATLOCK, 3. Joseph MATLOCK, 4. Nelson H. MATLOCK, 5. James MATLOCK, 6. William MATLOCK, 7. Jane MATLOCK, 8.Ellen MATLOCK, 9. Dau., 10., Dau...m. ____ NEWTON DAVID BOONE MATLOCK b. ca 31, 1831, Wash. Co. Tn.

Note from Lillian KINKEADE: As I finish the record of Isham's family, I am made aware of how little I knew when I undertook this work, and how deeply indebted I am to those who helped me.

From the handwritten pages in the Bluejay notebook on which Beulah DOWELL recorded her memories, to the painstaking research done by Mrs. Melba WOOD, Illinois, to the periodical published by Mrs. Jess ARMSTRONG, Texas, as well as to the many kind people, who patiently answered my questions. I owe much.

In the first issue of the periodical "They multiplied", Mrs. Armstrong told of visiting the little town of MATLOCK in Derbyshire, England. No Matlocks were to be found there, but in a very old church the register showed names of Richard and Grace, children of Thomas MATLOCK, who were baptized on April 28, 1660 and on May 1, 1661. Deeds in Derby showed the names Henry de MATLOCK and Maud, relict of John de MATLOCK.

In the same issue there is an article by Edgar L. MATLOCK, who visited the villlage of Cropwell-Bishop,while serving in the U.S. Air Force during W.W II. In the yard of Old Giles Church, erected in the 1200s and still in use, no Matlock inscriptions were to be found. However the name appeared in the parish records first on March 30, 1560 with the baptisam of John MATLOCK. From that date until 1673 several baptisams and marriages of Matlocks were given.

Not far from Cropwell-Bishop,still quoting Mr.Matlock,the Society of Friends was formed in 1648, and in 1677 many of them left England because of cruel treatment and settled in West Jersey. One William MATLOCK cane to America with this colony.

After much intensive study of bits and pieces of information, Mrs. Wood believes that our line descends from John MATLOCK, Sr., ca. 1650-60, New Kent, Virginia. He had a son John Jr. by his first wife Ann, who died in 1699. John, Sr. than married Margaret on April 27, 1701 in New Kent Meeting House, and it is believed that their son William born 1702 (St. Peters Parish Records) and his wife Elizabeth were parents of David, Moore, Nicholas, Jason, John, and possably Nathaniel. This would establish the link with our Zachariah.

John MATLOCK, Sr. b. ca 1650-60, and d. ca 1713-19

William MATLOCK or John MATLOCK, Sr. b. 1702 and d.1769

Moore MATLOCK b. 17-- and d.1812

Zachariah MATLOCK b. 1756 and d. 1837

Note from WSB: Later Melba Wood came to believe that John Matlock, Jr. was the father of Moore Matlock not William. Melba, says she just could not get William to work.

Zachariah's name appeared in 1790 in a Va. tax list, and in 1795 owned 150 acres of land on Boone's Creek in Tn. On Aug. 31, 1835 he deeded land to John VAUGHN and wife, and in 1837 he deeded 28 1/2 acres to Isham, Ransom, Ezekiel & Ann Matlock ELLIS and Martin was a witness.

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