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69. JOHN11 WATKINS (MARGARET ANN10 BROWN, DAVID9, WILLIAM8 BROWN-3RD, WILLIAM7 BROWN-JR., WILLIAM6 BROWN, ALEXANDER5, JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1840 in St. Clair Co., Alabama, and died 1863 in Unknown-Civil War Casualty. (C.S.A.). He married AMANDA S. OSBORNE Abt. 1858 in Poinsett Co., Arkansas, daughter of PERRY OSBORNE and SARAH GREGSON. She was born 1842 in Shelby Co., Tennessee, and died Abt. 1875 in Craighead Co., Arkansas.
Notes for JOHN WATKINS:

[Hargraves 2.FTW]


July 10, 1862, John enlisted in Company H, 30th Regiment, Arkansas Infantry, Confederate States of America, also known as McNeills' Regiment. He enlisted at Jonesboro, Arkansas by Captain Green D. Byers and for the duration of the war. He never returned from the war and his burial site is unknown. It is likely that he died at the Battle of Helena, Arkansas, where the 30th Infantry was in the forefront of the battle, took their objective but received very heavy casualties of more than 25 %, mostly from Union Batteries and Union Gunboats.
Battles of the 30th Infantry Regiment;
December 07, 1862, Prairie Grove, Arkansas

July 04, 1863, Helena, Arkansas.

September 10, 1863, Little Rock, Arkansas.

March-May, 1864, Red River Campaign, Arkansas.

April 30, 1864, Jenkins' Ferry, Arkansas.
Craighead County Court Records, October 26, 1864;
Indigent Families of Soldiers;
John Watkins, 30th arkansas, dead, Miranda, age 21, wife, Melvina, 6, Janise, 4.
In 1863, the regiment was known as Harts' Regiment. (Colonel Robert A. Hart).

In 1864, the regiment was mounted and was known as Rogans' Cavalry. (Colonel James W. Rogan).


At the battle of Helena, Arkansas, 30th Regiment lost 93 killed, wounded and missing of 340 total.

At the battle of Helena, Arkansas, Company H lost 2 killed, 4 wounded and 5 missing.

At the battle of Prairie Grove, Arkansas, 30th Regiment lost 2 killed and 12 wounded.

More About JOHN WATKINS:

Fact: Bet. 1861 - 1864, Private, Company H, 30th Regiment, Arkansas
More About AMANDA S. OSBORNE:

Date born 2: 1842

Children of JOHN WATKINS and AMANDA OSBORNE are:

i. MELVINA12 WATKINS, b. 1859, Poinsett Co., Arkansas; m. MEM BLANSETT.

ii. JAMES MILLER WATKINS, b. 1860, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. SIMMIE BLAKE.

70. JOSEPH11 WATKINS (MARGARET ANN10 BROWN, DAVID9, WILLIAM8 BROWN-3RD, WILLIAM7 BROWN-JR., WILLIAM6 BROWN, ALEXANDER5, JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born July 29, 1844 in St. Clair Co., Alabama, and died August 31, 1919 in Craighead Co., Arkansas. He married (1) MARGARET LOFTIS Abt. 1866 in Craighead Co., Arkansas. She was born April 03, 1840 in South Carolina, and died January 18, 1884 in Craighead Co. Arkansas. He married (2) MARY E. HENSON Abt. 1885 in Craighead Co., Arkansas. She was born November 02, 1859 in Craighead Co., Arkansas, and died March 03, 1913 in Craighead Co., Arkansas.
Notes for JOSEPH WATKINS:

[Hargraves 2.FTW]


Joseph enlisted in Company I, 23rd Regiment, Arkansas Infantry, C.S.A. Records of enlistment did not

survive the war, but it is probable that he enlisted in Jonesboro, Arkansas about 1862. When the war ended, Joseph was a prisoner of war and was paroled June 15, 1865 by Brevet Brigadier General E. Bonton, District Provost Marshall, Union Army, at Memphis, Tennessee. Since he was held prisoner at Memphis, he may have been captured during one of the battles in and around Corinth,Mississippi, April to October, 1862. It is likely that he participated in the Mississippi battles, but did not fight at the seige of Port Hudson, La., or Prices' Missouri Raid, but he may have been captured in Arkansas and sent to Memphis.


Battles of the 23rd Regiment;
April-June, 1862, Corinth Campaign (Mississippi).

October 3-4, 1862, Corinth, Mississippi.

May-July, 1863, Seige of Port Hudson, Louisiana.

September-October, 1864, Prices' Missouri Raid.


1862, Assignments of the 23rd Regiment;
April-September, 1862, Jones-Maurys' Division, Army of the West.

September- December, 1862, Prices' Corps, Army of West Tennessee.


The 23rd Regiment fought no battles east of the Mississippi River after October 04, 1862.
The 23rd Regiment was also known as Adams' Regiment. (Colonel Charles W. Adams).
After the Seige of Port Hudson, the regiment was mounted and became known as Lyles' Cavalry.

(Colonel Oliver P. Lyles).

More About JOSEPH WATKINS:

Fact 1: Bet. 1861 - 1865, Confederate Army

Fact 2: 1920, Buried, Herman Cemetary, Herman, Ar.

Children of JOSEPH WATKINS and MARGARET LOFTIS are:

i. WILLIAM LUTHER12 WATKINS, b. January 04, 1867, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. July 25, 1942, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. (1) CHARLSIE PARALEE FULLER, Abt. 1890, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. 1875, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. March 09, 1911, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. (2) MARY SUSAN CAMPBELL NORRIS, April 20, 1913, Poughkeepsie, Arkansas; b. November 22, 1878, Sharp Co., Arkansas.

ii. THOMAS WALTER WATKINS, b. September 27, 1869, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. June 21, 1932, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. NORA LEOTA WILLIS, February 21, 1891, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. November 28, 1872, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. July 28, 1964, Craighead Co., Arkansas.

iii. BEELY WADE WATKINS, b. November 02, 1871, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. March 02, 1900, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. RUTH ALBRIGHT, December 28, 1897, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. July 15, 1877, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. May 24, 1902, Craighead Co., Arkansas.

iv. FLORENCE A. WATKINS, b. March 16, 1874, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. December 19, 1912, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. CHRISTOPHER C. MURPHY, Abt. 1890, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. 1868; d. 1917, Craighead Co., Arkansas.

v. FRANCIS CORDELIA WATKINS, b. February 22, 1876, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. May 20, 1960, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. JOE HARRISON COOPER, September 28, 1893, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. November 22, 1863, South Carolina; d. December 30, 1946, Craighead Co., Arkansas.

vi. EVA JANE WATKINS, b. November 1879, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. WILLIAM MACDEARMONT.

vii. VIOLA GIRTRUE WATKINS, b. January 21, 1883, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. Aft. 1969; m. EDWIN MARVIN NIELL, March 02, 1905, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. October 03, 1884, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. March 13, 1964, Coleman, Texas.

Children of JOSEPH WATKINS and MARY HENSON are:

viii. ZERA12 WATKINS, b. July 09, 1886, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. MARY B. SMITH, January 03, 1926, Caraway, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. March 20, 1890, Marianna, Arkansas.
More About ZERA WATKINS:

Fact: Bet. 1925 - 1929, Circuit Court Clerk, Craighead Co., Ark.


ix. ZEPHIA WATKINS, b. September 03, 1888, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. ROBERT BRADEN, December 18, 1915, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. May 31, 1888, Monette, Craighead Co., Arkansas.

x. ZACHARIAH T. WATKINS, b. October 28, 1890, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. August 05, 1911, Craighead Co., Arkansas.

xi. ZONA WATKINS, b. December 28, 1892, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. (1) VANCE FRYER, March 03, 1917, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. December 30, 1893; d. June 28, 1918, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. (2) JOHN WESLEY FULLEN, February 07, 1923; b. February 25, 1899, Monette, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. February 02, 1968, Paragould, Green Co., Arkansas.

xii. ZELLA ODELL WATKINS, b. December 30, 1895, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. LINSLEY LEE SMITH, January 25, 1915, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. January 12, 1895, Craighead Co., Arkansas.

xiii. JO ERNESTINE WATKINS, b. August 13, 1898, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. OLEN BROADAWAY, February 18, 1921, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. July 09, 1894, Craighead Co., Arkansas.

xiv. ANTHONY WAYNE WATKINS, b. February 06, 1902, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. (1) LUCY REEVES; b. January 03, 1918, Bowie, Texas; m. (2) MADELLE COPUS, Abt. 1930.



71. NANNA (NANNIE)11 WATKINS (MARGARET ANN10 BROWN, DAVID9, WILLIAM8 BROWN-3RD, WILLIAM7 BROWN-JR., WILLIAM6 BROWN, ALEXANDER5, JAMES4, JAMES3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born February 22, 1846 in St. Clair Co., Alabama, and died December 11, 1879 in Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas. She married JAMES KNOX POLK HARGRAVES December 03, 1863 in Craighead Co., Arkansas, son of THOMAS HARGRAVE and SUSANNAH KOONCE. He was born August 01, 1844 in Marshall Co., Mississippi, and died March 23, 1900 in Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas.
Notes for NANNA (NANNIE) WATKINS:

Nancy is buried at the Herman Cemetary, Herman, Craighead County, Arkansas.


More About NANNA (NANNIE) WATKINS:

Burial: Abt. December 14, 1879, Herman Cemetary, Herman, Craighead Co., Arkansas


Notes for JAMES KNOX POLK HARGRAVES:

1. Farm Laborer prior to the Civil War, near Harrisburg, Poinsett County, Arkansas.

2. Civil War Volunteer, 1861-1865, Army of Arkansas, Confederate States of America.

3. Coroner, 1871-1872, Craighead County, Arkansas.

4. Farmer, 1865-1900.

5. Casket Manufacturer, 1865-1900.

6. Baptist Minister, 1894-1900.

7. Buried 1900, Herman Cemetary, Herman, Craighead County, Arkansas.


MILITARY SERVICE;
James enlisted in Company I, 13th Infantry Regiment of Arkansas, Confederate States of America, on July 23, 1861 at Harrisburg, Poinsett County, Arkansas. He was 16 years old at time of enlistment. He participated in the following battles;
Belmont, Missouri. November 7, 1861.

Shiloh, Tennessee. April 6-7, 1862.

Corinth Campaign (Mississippi). April-June, 1862.

Richmond, Kentucky. August 29-30, 1862

Perryville, Kentucky. October 8, 1862
BATTLE OF SHILOH (PITTSBURG LANDING), TENNESSEE;
Order of Battle;
Confederate Forces;

Army of the Mississippi;

Polks' First Corps;

Clarks' First Division;

Stewarts' 2nd Brigade;

13th Arkansas Infantry Regiment. (Of Stewarts' 2nd Brigade)


Camp Locations of the 13th Arkansas Infantry in 1862;
May 1st to July 1st, near Knoxville, Tennessee.

July 1st to September 1st, Allisonia, Tennessee.

September 1st to October 30, College Grove, Tennessee.

October 31st to December 31st, Wartrace, Tennessee.


The 13th Arkansas Infantry Regiment as part of larger military units;
Polks' 1st Corps.

Clebournes' Brigade (13th and 15th Arkansas Infantry Regiments)

2nd Brigade, 1st Division, 1st Corps, Army of the Mississippi.

A.P. Stewarts' Brigade of 1st Corps.


James was discharged on November 29, 1862 at Shelbyville, Tennessee as 1st Sergeant. In 1863, he enlisted in Company I, 23rd Arkansas Infantry Regiment, Confederate States of America, at Jonesboro, Craighead County, Arkansas. He participated in the following battles;
Siege of Port Hudson, Louisiana. May-July, 1863.

(After this battle, the regiment was mounted and became Lyles Cavalry or the 23rd Arkansas Cavalry).

Prices' Missouri Raid. August-October, 1864. (Prices' 4th Cavalry Corps).
Camp Locations of the 23rd Infantry in 1863;
December 31st 1862 to February 28th, 1863, Port Hudson, Louisiana.

April, 1863 in Mississippi. Lyles' Regiment of Pembertons' Brigade.

June 30th to December 31st, 1863, Port Hudson, Louisiana.
Lyles' Cavalry was unattached from October 31st 1863 to August 4th, 1864. On August 4th, 1864, Lyles' Cavalry was attached to Fagans' Division of General Sterling Prices' 4th Cavalry Corps and fought in 43 battles in Arkansas and Missouri as part of Prices' Missouri Raid. The major battles were;
Jones' Hay Station, Arkansas. August 24, 1864.

Ashley Station, Arkansas. August 24, 1864.

Pilot Knob, Missouri. September 26-27, 1864.

Ironton, Missouri. September 26-27, 1864.

Glasgow, Missouri. October 15, 1864.

Newtonia, Missouri. October 28-30, 1864.


Craighead County Court Records, October 26, 1864;
Indigent Families of Soldiers;
James Hargraves, 23rd Arkansas, in service, Susan, age 40, mother.
On December 31st, 1864, Lyles' 23rd Arkansas Cavalry of Fagans' 1st Arkansas Cavalry Brigade of Prices' 4th Cavalry Corps of the Trans-Mississippi Department of The Army of the Confederate States of America was stationed at Washington, Arkansas and were on station until the war ended.
Lyles' 23rd Cavalry Regiment was surrendered on May 11, 1865 by Brigadier General M. Jeff Thompson, Commanding. James was paroled May 25, 1865 at Wittsburg, Arkansas. On that date, he was described as follows;
Height, 5'-8". Eyes, Black. Hair, Light. Complexion, Fair. 20 Years old.
James married Nanna Watkins on December 3rd, 1863 at the home of Evan Watkins Jr., probably

while on leave from the army during the regiments' inactive period. Nannas' brother Joseph Watkins also served in Company I, 23rd Arkansas Infantry. During their leave, Joseph may have brought James home with him and there he met Nanna.


1870 U.S. Census, Craighead County, Arkansas;
319-335
James Hargraves...26...M...W...Farmer...Mississippi

Nanna Hargraves...24...F...W...Keeping House...Alabama

Susan Hargraves...50...F...W...Aged Mother...Alabama

William D. Hargraves...5...M...W...Arkansas

James A. Hargraves...3...M...W...Arkansas

Mary F. Hargraves...1...F...W...Arkansas

Samuel McGowen...5...M...W...Arkansas
1880 U.S. Census, Craighead County, Arkansas;
375
J.K.P. Hargroves...W...M...35...Farmer...Mississippi...Alabama...Tennessee

W.D. Hargroves...W...M...14...Son...Arkansas...Arkansas...Mississippi

J.A. Hargroves...W...M...13...Son...Arkansas...Arkansas...Mississippi

M.F. Hargroves...W...F...11...Daughter...Arkansas...Mississippi...Mississippi

U.C. Hargroves...W...F...7...Daughter...Arkansas...Mississippi...Mississippi

John Hargroves...W...M...5...Son...Arkansas...Mississippi...Mississippi

M.B. Hargroves...W...F...6...Daughter...Arkansas...Mississippi...Mississippi

R.M. Hargroves...W...M...1...Son...Arkansas...Mississippi...Mississippi

Nancy Hargroves...W...F...34...Housekeeper...Alabama...Alabama...Alabama (Deceased, Mort. Schedule)
James was ordained as a Minister of the Church of General Baptists in Christ on October 14, 1894 at Dexter, Dunklin County, Missouri by The New Liberty Association of General Baptists.
When James died in 1900, there were 6 children still living at home; Robert Mace, James Duke, Edwina Sarah, Charles, Vida and Janetta Irene. Robert Mace moved to St. Francis County, Arkansas to live with brother William. James Duke and Janetta Irene moved to Dunklin County, Missouri to live with brother John. Charles and Edwina Sarah moved to Dunklin County, Missouri to live with brother James. Maude was in Texas. Euna and Mary Frances were still in Craighead County, Arkansas. Vida is not yet accounted for in 1900 and may be living with other relatives.
April 20, 1876, James purchased land as follows;
The north west quarter of the north west quarter of section 10, township 14 of north range 3 east, 40 acres from Foster and M.C. Cockrum, in Craighead County, Arkansas.
The east half of the north west quarter of section 10, township 14, of north range 3 east, 80 acres from Evan and Margaret Watkins in Craighead County, Arkansas.
1896. James owned and paid taxes on the following land;
The west part of the north half of the north west quarter of section 10, township 14 of north range 3 east, 65 acres in Craighead County, Arkansas.
1899. James owned and paid taxes on the following land (possibly James Alexander Hargraves);
The north west quarter of the south east quarter of section 23, township 14 of north range 2 east, 40 acres in Craighead County, Arkansas.
The south west quarter of the north east quarter of section 23, township 14 of north range 2 east, 40 acres in Craighead County, Arkansas.
John Hargraves, Son of James, said that his father was born in Coldwater, Mississippi. There is a Coldwater in Desoto County, Mississippi, but that is not his birth place. John probably meant the Coldwater River in Marshall County, Mississippi. The origin of the Coldwater River is in northern Marshall County, just north of Holly Springs. This may have been called the Coldwater Area or possibly a small town of Coldwater existed there at one time. According to James' Confederate discharge papers, he was born in Marshall County, Mississippi. Some Crook family members were associated with the town of Red Bank, near the Coldwater River in Marshall County.
The James Knox Polk Hargraves farm location is on the right side of Hasbrook Road just 3/10 to 6/10 miles inclusive, north of U.S. Highway 63 and the Burlington Northern Railroad in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
More About JAMES KNOX POLK HARGRAVES:

Burial: Abt. March 27, 1900, Herman Cemetary, Herman, Craighead Co., Arkansas

Fact 1: 1850, Living in Marshall County, Mississippi

Fact 2: 1860, Living in Arkansas

Fact 3: July 23, 1861, Enlisted, 13th Regiment, Arkansas, C.S.A. Army, Poinsett County, Ark.

Fact 4: December 21, 1862, Discharged, C.S.A. Army, Shelbyville, Tennessee

Fact 5: 1863, Enlisted, 23rd Regiment, Arkansas, C.S.A. Army, Craighead County, Ark.

Fact 6: December 03, 1863, Married, Nanna Watkins, Craighead Co., Ark.

Fact 7: October 26, 1864, Indigent Families of Soldiers List, Craighead County, Arkansas

Fact 8: May 25, 1865, Paroled, By Union Army, Wittsburg, Arkansas

Fact 9: 1870, U.S. Census, Craighead County, Arkansas

Fact 10: Bet. 1871 - 1872, Coroner, Craighead County, Arkansas

Fact 11: April 20, 1876, Land Purchase, Craighead Co., Arkansas

Fact 12: 1880, U.S. Census, Craighead County, Arkansas

Fact 13: February 07, 1884, Married Sarah Bonner, Craighead Co., Arkansas

Fact 14: October 14, 1894, Ordained as Minister, Dexter Co., Missouri

Fact 15: 1896, Taxpayer List, Craighead County, Arkansas

Fact 16: 1897, Poll Tax, Craighead County, Arkansas

Fact 17: 1899, Taxpayer List, Craighead County, Arkansas

Fact 18: Abt. March 27, 1900, Buried, Herman Cemetary, Craighead Co., Ar.

Children of NANNA WATKINS and JAMES HARGRAVES are:

i. WILLIAM DAVID12 HARGRAVES, b. March 09, 1865, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. March 28, 1942, El Reno, Canadian Co., Oklahoma; m. (1) NANCY (NANNIE) BATES MCDANIEL, April 13, 1892, St. Francis Co., Arkansas; b. August 1869, Arkansas; d. 1907, Chickasha, Grady Co., Oklahoma; m. (2) MARTHA ARMILDA MCDOWELL, 1909, Oklahoma; b. February 17, 1881, Missouri; d. May 25, 1963, Alta Loma, California.


Notes for WILLIAM DAVID HARGRAVES:

1900 U.S. Census, Madison/Forrest Township, St. Francis County, Arkansas;


W.D. Hargraves...White...Male...35...1865...Arkansas

Nannie B. Hargraves...Wife...30...August 1869...Arkansas

Katie Hargraves...Daughter...2/12...March 1900...Arkansas

Macy Hargraves...Brother...22...February 1878...Arkansas

James G. Hall...Boarder...21...May 1879...Arkansas
1910 U.S. Census, Chickasha City, Chickasha Township, Grady County, Oklahoma;
Page # 203, April 22, 1910;
Household # 131;
William H. Hargrave...Male...White...45...Married, 2nd...0...Arkansas...Mississippi...Alabama

Mattie A. Hargrave...Wife...Female...White...30...Married, 2nd...0...Missouri...Kentucky...Kentucky

Katey L. Hargrave...Daughter...Female...White...10...Single...Arkansas

Fredey B.F. Hargrave...Son...Male...White...7...Single...Arkansas

Lola B. Hargrave...Daughter...Female...White...4...Single...Oklahoma

Minie Lee Wilson...Daughter...Female...White...9...Single...Kentucky

Ebeneesor McDowell...Father in Law...Male...White...61...Widower...Kentucky
(William was an agent for a sewing machine company)
1920 U.S. Census, Rush Springs, Grady County, Oklahoma;
Page 3B, January 12, 1920;
Household # 64;
W.D. Hartgraves...Male...White...54...Married...Editor, Paper...Arkansas

Mattie Hartgraves...Female...White...40...Married...Missouri

Freddie Hartgraves...Male...White...17...Single...Farmer...Arkansas

William Hartgraves...Male...White...9...Single...Oklahoma

Woodrow Hartgraves...Male...White...6...Single...Oklahoma
More About WILLIAM DAVID HARGRAVES:

Fact 1: Abt. 1886, St. Francis County, Arkansas

Fact 2: Bet. 1889 - 1891, Ouchita Baptist College, Arkadelphia, Ark.

Fact 3: 1900, U.S. Census, St. Francis County, Arkansas

Fact 4: 1910, U.S. Census, Grady County, Oklahoma

Fact 5: 1920, U.S. Census, Grady County, Oklahoma


More About MARTHA ARMILDA MCDOWELL:

Date born 2: 1880

Fact: 1963, Buried, Forest Lawn Mem. Park, Glendale, Ca.
ii. JAMES ALEXANDER HARGRAVES, b. March 13, 1867, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. Abt. 1912, Bernie, Stoddard Co., Missouri; m. (1) MOLLY J. SUMMERS, November 29, 1891, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. Abt. 1870; d. Bet. 1896 - 1899; m. (2) LUCY FOX, August 20, 1899, Malden, Dunklin Co., Missouri; b. June 1880, Illinois; m. (3) FRANCES (FANNY) MATILDA GOLDSMITH, October 20, 1901, Malden, Dunklin Co., Missouri; b. May 1878, Alabama; d. 1928, Malden, Dunklin Co., Missouri.
Notes for JAMES ALEXANDER HARGRAVES:

1900 U.S. Census, Cotton Hill Township, Dunklin County, Missouri;


Page 15, June 25, 1900;
Household # 256;
James A. Hargraves...Head...May 1867...33...Married, 10 months...Illinois

Lucy Hargraves...Wife...June 1880...20...Married, 10 months...Illinois

Charles Hargraves...Brother...June 1887...11...Single...Illinois

Edwin Hargraves...Sister...May 1893...7...Single...Illinois

Ruby Hargraves...Daughter...June 1894...5...Single...Illinois

Andy Moore...Cousin...May 1879...21...Single...Illinois


1920 U.S. Census, Dunklin County, Missouri;
Page 10;
Fanny Hargraves...White...42...Alabama

Earl Coons...Son...21...Missouri

Clella Hargraves...Daughter...16...Missouri

Pansy Hargraves...Daughter...14...Missouri

Kenton Hargraves...Son...11...Missouri

Hilda Hargraves...Daughter...9...Missouri


More About FRANCES (FANNY) MATILDA GOLDSMITH:

Date born 2: May 1878


iii. MARY FRANCES HARGRAVES, b. February 02, 1869, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. September 15, 1924, Egypt, Craighead Co., Arkansas; m. WILLIAM HENRY ELI GOOCH, September 04, 1889, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. October 09, 1862, Tennessee; d. January 23, 1954, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas.
More About MARY FRANCES HARGRAVES:

Date born 2: February 02, 1869


Notes for WILLIAM HENRY ELI GOOCH:

1920 U.S. Census, Promised Land, Craighead County, Arkansas;


Household # 121;
William H. Gooch...Head...Male...White...58...Married...Tennessee

Mary F. Gooch...Wife...Female...White...50...Married...Arkansas

Archie L. Gooch...Son...Male...White...27...Widower...Arkansas

Bessie M. Gooch...Daughter...Female...White...22...Single...Arkansas

Maud Gooch...Daughter...Female...White...16...Single...Arkansas

William E. Gooch...Son...Male...White...14...Single...Arkansas

Elmer E. Gooch...Son...Male...White...11...Single...Arkansas

John F. Gooch...Son...Male...White...8...Single...Arkansas

Harrell G. Gooch...Grand Son...Male...White...5...Single...Arkansas

Joe W. Gooch...Grand Son...Male...White...3...Single...Arkansas


iv. MARGARET ANN HARGRAVES, b. February 03, 1871, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. September 22, 1873, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas.

v. EUNA C. HARGRAVES, b. September 02, 1872, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. April 30, 1948, Rector, Clay Co., Arkansas; m. WALKER STONEWALL BROADAWAY, December 23, 1896, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. August 02, 1870, Jonesboro Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. August 26, 1949, Rector, Clay Co., Arkansas.


Notes for WALKER STONEWALL BROADAWAY:

1910 U.S. Census, Gilkerson, Craighead County, Arkansas;


Page 89;
Household # 182;
Walker S. Broadaway...Male...White...39...Married, 1st...13 years...Arkansas...Tennessee...Tennessee

Unity Broadaway...Wife...Female...White...37...Married, 1st...13 years...Arkansas...Alabama...Arkansas

Minnie E. Broadaway...Daughter...Female...White...11...Single...Arkansas

Daisy E. Broadaway...Daughter...Female...White...8...Single...Arkansas

Martha F. Broadaway...Daughter...Female...White...5/12...Single...Arkansas
(Noted, Euna had 5 children, 3 surviving)

More About WALKER STONEWALL BROADAWAY:

Date born 2: August 02, 1870
vi. MAUDE BELLE HARGRAVES, b. February 25, 1874, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. Aft. 1931; m. (1) J.F. SOLOMON, June 24, 1891, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. Abt. 1870, Texas; m. (2) MR. CONNOR, Abt. 1901; m. (3) WILLIAM R. JORDAN, Abt. 1904; b. 1856, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1931.
Notes for WILLIAM R. JORDAN:

1910 U.S. Census, Dunklin County, Missouri;


William R. Jordan...Head...White...40...Tennessee

Mattie B. Jordan...Wife...34...Arkansas

Lizzie Jordan...Daughter...16...Arkansas

Louise Jordan...Daughter...14...Arkansas

Myrtle Jordan...Daughter...12...Arkansas

Haza Jordan...Daughter...10...Arkansas

Mary Jordan...Daughter...7...Arkansas

Marion Jordan...Son...5...Arkansas

Clayton Jordan...Son...2...Arkansas
1920 U.S. Census, Lawrence County, Arkansas;
Page # 7;
W.R. Jerdan...Head...White...64...Tennessee

Maud Jerdan...Wife...36...Arkansas

Marion Jerdan...Son...14...Arkansas

Robert C. Jerdan...Son...12...Arkansas

James D. Jerdan...Son...9...Arkansas

Bettie Jerdan...Daughter...5...Arkansas

Louise Watkins...Step Daughter...23...Texas
vii. JOHN HARGRAVES, b. March 23, 1875, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. September 21, 1961, Malden, Dunklin Co., Missouri; m. MINERVA C. PUCKETT, August 03, 1898, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. April 07, 1879, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. July 07, 1938, Clarkton, Dunklin Co., Missouri.
Notes for JOHN HARGRAVES:

1910 U.S. Census, Dunklin County, Missouri;


John Hargraves...Head...White...35...Arkansas

Maggie Hargraves...Wife...31...Arkansas

Olon Hargraves...Son...8...Arkansas

Zein Hargraves...Son...6...Arkansas (Zaren)

Warren Hargraves...Son...1...Missouri

Duke Hargraves...Half Brother...16...Arkansas

Zentta Hargraves...Half Sister...14...Arkansas (Janetta)
1920 U.S. Census, Dunklin County, Missouri
Page # 9;
John Hargraves...Head...White...45...Arkansas

Minervia C. Hargraves...Wife...41...Arkansas

Olan R. Hargraves...Son...17...Arkansas

Zaron D. Hargraves...Son...15...Arkansas

Warren E. Hargraves...Son...10...Missouri

Genoa K. Hargraves...Daughter...5...Missouri

Bryan Summers...Hired Man...16...Oklahoma
viii. ROBERT MACE HARGRAVES, b. June 22, 1879, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. April 22, 1948, Gideon, New Madrid Co., Missouri; m. (1) EMMA (TEENIE) HARRIS, January 13, 1901, Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Arkansas; b. January 06, 1881, Big Creek, Craighead Co., Arkansas; d. October 15, 1934, Gideon, New Madrid Co., Missouri; m. (2) RENA, Abt. 1940, Missouri; b. Abt. 1911.
Notes for ROBERT MACE HARGRAVES:

1910 U.S. Census, Dunklin County, Missouri


Mace R. Hargroves...Head...White...31...Missouri

Emma Hargroves...Wife...27...Arkansas

Oder Hargroves...Son...8...Arkansas

James E. Hargroves...Son...5...Arkansas

Charles Hargroves...Son...1...Arkansas
1920 U.S. Census, Craighead County, Arkansas;
Page # 2;
Robert M. Hargraves...White...41...Arkansas

Emma Hargraves...Wife...38...Arkansas

James E. Hargraves...Son...14...Arkansas

Charley E. Hargraves...Son...11...Missouri

Woodrow Hargraves...Son...7...Missouri

Denver Hargraves...Son...4...Missouri

David Hargraves...Son...2...Missouri

Joe Harris...Brother in Law...48...Arkansas

Bettie Harris...Sister in Law...25...Arkansas
More About ROBERT MACE HARGRAVES:

Burial: 1948, Stanfield Cemetary, Dunklin Co., Missouri

Cause of Death: Cancer of the Pancreas

Fact 1: 1900, U.S. Census, St. Francis County, Arkansas

Fact 2: Bet. 1901 - 1909, Craighead County, Arkansas

Fact 3: 1910, U.S. Census, Dunklin County, Missouri

Fact 4: Bet. 1910 - 1919, Dunklin Co., Missouri

Fact 5: 1920, U.S. Census, Craighead County, Arkansas

Fact 6: Bet. 1930 - 1947, Talapoosa, New Madrid County, Missouri

Fact 7: Bet. 1947 - 1948, Gideon, New Madrid County, Missouri

Fact 8: 1948, Buried, Stanfield Cemetary, Malden, Missouri
Notes for EMMA (TEENIE) HARRIS:

Emma is buried at The Unity Church Cemetary, Coles' Corner, Craighead County, Arkansas. Behind the church, near the back fence.


More About EMMA (TEENIE) HARRIS:

Burial: 1934, Unity Church Cemetary, Cole's Corner, Craighead Co., Arkansas

Cause of Death: Perforated Colon due to Typhoid Fever



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