Descendants of Henry Dunehew

Compiled by : Tina Rogers Beller and other descendants of the Dunehew families as well as the descendants of the McAfee family.


Generation No. 1

1. HENRY1 DUNEHEW was born Abt. 1780 in Tennessee perhaps, and died Unknown. He married UNKNOWN. She died Unknown.

Notes for HENRY DUNEHEW:
Per Tina Rogers Beller Files :
May 20, 2006 :

There is a man named HENRY DONAHOO on the 1803 Claiborne Co. TN Tax List, but it is yet unknown if this is HENRY DUNEHEW of the 1850 IZARD CO. AR. Census. We also
see that a name of HENRY DUNEHEWE is listed on the 1840 GRAINGER CO. TN Census. Below are these listings so that others may do further research to see if it can be verified this is HENRY DUNEHEW of the 1850 IZARD CO. AR Census :

Tennessee Census, 1810-91 Record
about HENRY DONOHOO
Name: HENRY DONOHOO
State: TN
County: Claiborne County
Township: No Township Listed
Year: 1803
Record Type: Tax list
Database: TN Early Census Index

1830 GRAINGER Co. TN Census:
HENRY DUNEHEWE 10001 10002

1 male under age 5
1 male of age 20 and to age 30 ( b. bet. 1800-1810 )
1 female under age 5
2 females of age 20 and to age 30 ( both b. bet. 1800-1810 )

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Some have listed HENRY DUNEHEW as father of WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW and it would seem possible as they were neighbors in Izard Co. AR on the 1850 census. Per some, William C. Dunehew was born to Henry Dunehew and Unknown spouse in 1816 Hickman Co. TN. Hickman Co. TN, Humphries Co. TN and Stewart Co. TN are in the middle of the state of TN. Per most listing Henry Dunehew, they have stated he was born either in Tennessee or Arkansas. I would think Tennessee or possibly even a state further east would be where Henry Dunehew was born in 1780 but have no verifications for him. The DONAHO / DONAHOO name is prevalent in the Pee Dee River area of NC and SC. The CATHEY name is also prevalent in that same SC region, and later we find that the CATHEY family has living in their household a young INMAN DUNEHEW who is regarded as the grandson of HENRY DUNEHEW in Izard Co. AR. ARCH CATHEY is listed as age 60 born in Georgia in the 1860 Izard Co. AR census. We know that many of the North Carolina families moved to Georgia with our own Spencer A. McAfee being one such family member born perhaps in NC who later moved with his family as a child to Georgia. Some listed Spencer A. McAfee born in GA as well, and in time we hope to prove he was born in NC and moved to GA. Later on Spencer A. McAfee moved to AR and married 3'rd wife, SURELDA JANE DUNEHEW the granddaughter of Henry Dunehew. Surilda / Sarelda Jane Dunehew was the daughter of William C. Dunehew and wife Mary A. Herrell or Howell.

The Henry Dunehew of Miller Missouri census, is considered not to be our Henry Dunehew of the Izard Co. AR Census.
Per Tina Rogers Beller files :
per the 1850 Izard Co. AR Census 10/16 Image of Ancestry.com microfilm copy of census :

464 464 Henry Donahew age 70 M Born : TENNESSEE ( b. abt. 1780 TN )
James Jr. 13 M Born : TENNESSEE
Inman 9 M Born : TENNESSEE

Per the 1850 Izard Co. AR U. S. Census
Franklin - Image 10 Household # 461
this family is listed as:

William C. Donahoo age 34 M. Farmer born in TENNESSEE
Mary " " 31 F. " " INDIANA
Parmellia " " 16 F. " " INDIANA
SURILDER " " 12 F. " " INDIANA
Martha " " 10 F " " INDIANA
John C. " " 7 M. " " INDIANA
Louisa " " 3 F. " " ARKANSAS

Living next door to William C. Donahoo in this 1850 Izard Co. AR Census is the family of ARCHIBALD CATHEY age 30 ? or 38 ? and born GA, and wife Mary Ann age 37 b. KY

Then we see that INMAN DUNAHOO is listed in the CATHEY household in 1860, had his grandfather HENRY DUNEHEW died by 1860 ?
per the 1860 Franklin TWP IZARD CO. AR CENSUS June 15th Big Spring PO, image 32
200 198 CATHEY, Arch 60 m born GEORGIA
, Mary 49 f KENTUCKY
, Sarah 16 f ARKANSAS
, George W. 13 m ARKANSAS
, Charles 11 m ARKANSAS
, Young J. A. 6 m ARKANSAS
DUNAHOO, INMAN 16 m F.L. TENNESSEE

Inman Donahoo - Izard - Died Picahontas, AR 1862
" A Good Story" Where I was and What I saw during the Late War" by Elihu C. Bechkam, Sergeant Co., "K" , 21st ARK.

"Just here I will state that there were only two companies of McCarver's Regiment with us at that time, the other four companies having left for Bowling Green, KY, sometime before my enlistment. These companies were commanded by Captains Elkins, Wolf, Matheney, Airington, Shinpock, and Nunn. Several of the soldiers died while here, mostly from Measles, among whom were Davids Bone, Joel Battles, INMAN DONAHOO and Joe Miller. Sergeant Sam Taylor, while in a play with John Strother, accidntally broke his leg and was sent home. Capt. Elkins was sick and sent home at the same time and never came back to us. "

per info on internet on ARCHIBALD CATHEY was born 25 Aug. 1799 in GA. He died Oct. 8, 1870 TN, and is buried in the Hill Orchard Cem. Houston Co. TN. ( could be two different Arch Cathey's ? or he may have returned to TN. from AR. ?? ) Some of the Cathey family had also been in Stewart Co. TN. Per other genealogies on CATHEY lines the surname is Scotch-Irish origin tracing back to the Lowlands of Scotland in the 17th Century. They were members of ancient clan of MACFIE and within that clan were names of MacPhee, Duffy, MacDuffy, McAfie, McFee, Mahaffey, McGuffey, MacCathie, Cathey. Catheys were thought to have been from GALLOWAY in the Scottish Lowlands and were early settlers in Ulster in the 17th Century. Some of the line arrived in Cecil Co. MD with the name of JOHN CATHEY b. 1685 Ulster Ireland. he arrived between 1746-1751 and they moved from MD into Lancaster Co. PA in early 1730's. By 1743 the Cathey name is found in Beverly Manor in Augusta Co. VA. JAMES CATHEY had migrated to ANSON CO. NC by late 1740s'. That land became ROWAN CO. NC by 1753. The Cathey Settlement or IRISH SETTLEMENT was located west of Salisbury NC and where James Cathey was in 1749. His sons moved into Mecklenburg Co. and Haywood Co. NC by late 1700's. Archibald Cathey is the only one of his siblings to have been listed born in GA. His father, Andrew Cathey was born in abt. 1721 PA and his sister, Rebecca G. Cathey b. 15 Sept. 1792 in NC. By 1799, Archibald Cathey is listed being born in GA.

Children of HENRY DUNEHEW and UNKNOWN are:
2. i. WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, b. 1816, Tennessee ( possibly Hickman Co. TN ); d. Bet. 1869 - 1870, Howell Co. MO perhaps.
3. ii. JAMES DUNEHEW/ DONAHOO, b. Abt. 1817; d. Unknown.

Generation No. 2

2. WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO (HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born 1816 in Tennessee ( possibly Hickman Co. TN ), and died Bet. 1869 - 1870 in Howell Co. MO perhaps. He married MARY A. HERRELL OR HOWELL. She was born Bet. 1818 - 1819 in Tennessee, and died Bef. 1870 in Missouri perhaps.

Notes for WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR DONAHOO:
Per Ginger Turner posting on Dec. 09, 2001 :
They spelled their name Donahoo.Donaho and several other ways back then. I have a William Dunhew b. 1816 TN. He was in Indiana in 1835 and had several children in Indiana before moving on to Arkansas in 1850 and to MO in 1860. The childrens names are : Parmelia, Parazada, Surilda, Martha, John, Manerva, Louisa, William, Mary Polly and Jasper.

Per the 1850 Izard Co. AR U. S. Census
Franklin - Image 10 Household # 461
this family is listed as:

William C. Donahoo age 34 M. Farmer born in TENNESSEE
Mary " " 31 F. " " INDIANA
Parmellia " " 16 F. " " INDIANA
SURILDER " " 12 F. " " INDIANA
Martha " " 10 F " " INDIANA
John C. " " 7 M. " " INDIANA
Louisa " " 3 F. " " ARKANSAS

Living next door to William C. Donahoo in this 1850 Izard Co. AR Census is the family of ARCHIBALD CATHEY age 30 ? or 38 ? and born GA, and wife Mary Ann age 37 b. KY

Per the 1860 Howell Co. MO Census , Miatt TWP.
DUNAHO, William C. 44 (b. 1816) M farmer b. TN.
" , Mary 43 (b. 1817) F b. TN
" , Sarilda J. 22 (b. 1838) F b. IN (per our oral family history was Native American but no verifications for that)
" , John C. 16 (b. 1844) M b. IN
" , Manerva 14 (b. 1846) F b. IN
" , Louisa 12 (b. 1848) F b. AR
" , William W. 10 (b. 1850) M b. AR
" , Mary A. 8 (b. 1852) F b. AR (per some oral family history was 1/2 Cherokee, but I have seen no verification for that)
" , Jasper N. 4 (b. 1856) M b. AR.

Howell Co. Mo. marriage record.
W.C. Dunehew to Sarah Clark on 7-11-1870

Per the 1870 Howell Co. MO Census , Myatt TWP. West Plains, MO
DUNEHEW, William C. 53 (1817) M Carpenter b. TN
" , Sarah A. 42 (1828) F K/ H. b. IL.
" , Polly A. 16 (1854) F b. AR
" , Jasper N. 14 (1856) M b. AR.

Some list another child for William C. Dunehew/Donahoo/ & etc.
Parazada Dunehew b. 1836 d. 1849 so she would have been deceased by the 1850 Izard Co. AR census, thus not shown above.

Ginger Turner helped in documenting others in our line of Spencer Alvin McAfee and Surilda Jane Dunehew. Along with Michael McAfee's data on Spencer Alvin McAfee, Ginger gave me data on Surilda Jane Dunehew and the Dunehew family which helped in my own research of the McAfee and Dunehew lines within our Davidson genealogy. As the Dunehew, McAfee, and Davidson lines are all direct lines of mine, I am most grateful to everyone who helped with this project of identification with these families. - Tina Rogers Beller, Aug. 12, 2004.

Per carjoy@neosoft.com :
William C. Dunehew files says this :
b. 1816 TN. d. 1870 in Howell Co. MO.
NATI : CHEROKEE INDIAN
Ref. No. 2615
Note : William C. Dunehew of Izard Co. AR was issued Land Patent Certificate No. 10, 230 on 1 July, 1859 for "the West fractional half of the North West fractional quarter, of Section thirty six, in Township seventeen North, of Range seven West in the District of Lands subject to sale at Batesville Arkansas, containing eighty five acres, and nine hundredths of an acre."

Per this same record William C. Dunehew married Mary A. Herrell, or Howell b. 1818 in TN. Some have listed William C. Dunehew born in Hickman Co. TN, but I have not seen verifications for that. William C. Dunehew is also listed with second wife, Nancy Ann Passmore b. 1816 and that they married after 1856. William C. Dunehew is then listed with 3rd wife, Sarah A. Clark b. 1828 IL, per this same record file. The child listed as SURELDA J. DUNEHEW b. 1838 IN is my GGG Grandmother, Surilda Jane Dunehew McAFee who md. Spencer Alvin McAfee. - Tina Rogers Beller, Aug. 12, 2004.

Children of WILLIAM DONAHOO and MARY HOWELL are:
4. i. PERMELIA3 DUNEHEW, b. Bet. 1834 - 1836, INDIANA; d. Unknown.
ii. PARAZADA DUNEHEW, b. Abt. 1836, INDIANA; d. Abt. 1849, Indiana.

Notes for PARAZADA DUNEHEW:
Parazada was not on the 1850 Izard Co. AR Census in household of William C. Donahoo/ Dunehew and wife Mary, as Parazada died abt. 1849 in Indiana per other Dunehew files. - Tina Rogers Beller, Aug. 12, 2004.

iii. MARTHA DUNEHEW, b. Abt. 1840, INDIANA; d. Unknown; m. ELIJAH HILL/ HALL.

Notes for MARTHA DUNEHEW:
Martha was age 10 on the 1850 Izard Co. AR Census of William C. Donahoo/ Dunehew family. - Tina Rogers Beller, Aug. 12, 2004.

5. iv. SURILDA JANE DUNEHEW, b. January 13, 1840, Indiana; d. May 02, 1916, Bergman, Arkansas.
6. v. JOHN CALVIN DUNEHEW, b. January 25, 1843, Evansville, Spencer Co., Indiana; d. July 05, 1928.
vi. MANERVA DUNEHEW, b. 1846, Indiana; d. Unknown.

Notes for MANERVA DUNEHEW:
Manerva age 14 born in Indiana on the 1860 Howell Co. MO census of William C. Dunaho / Dunehew. - Tina Rogers Beller, Aug. 12, 2004.

vii. LOUISA DUNEHEW, b. February 25, 1847, Arkansas; d. October 24, 1930, Snowball, Searcy Co. Arkansas; m. BENJAMIN PASSMORE, August 07, 1866, West Plains, Howell Co. Missouri; b. March 22, 1847, Searcy Co. Arkansas; d. Unknown.

Notes for LOUISA DUNEHEW:
Louisa age 3 in 1850 Izard Co. AR census of William C. Donhoo/ Dunehew family. Louisa born in Arkansas per census . - Tina Rogesr Beller, Aug. 12, 2004.

Marriage data per carjoy@neosoft.com and Nancy Matthews data within these files.

7. viii. WILLIAM WESLEY DUNEHEW, b. Bet. 1849 - 1850; d. Unknown.
ix. MARY ANN DUNEHEW, b. February 27, 1852, Arkansas; d. June 06, 1934, Muskogee Co. Oklahoma.

Notes for MARY ANN DUNEHEW:
Per carjoy@neosoft.com file on Dunehew, Mary Ann b. 27 Feb. 1852 Arkansas who was daughter of William C. Dunehew and Mary A. Herrell or Howell.
" Mary Ann Dunehew notes "
" Lillia Row stated that Polly Dunhue was part Indian. Kathleen Nodine stated she was Cherokee Indian."
Mary Ann Dunehew married 25 Aug. 1872 in Howell Co. MO to William James Buckmaster b. 14 Apr. 1852 Ohio, married by J. W. Riley, J. P. "

Children listed in this file for Mary Ann Dunehew and William James Buckmaster b. 1852 OH are :
Elizabeth Louisa Buckmaster b. 1873 Howell Co. MO
Amanda Isabell Buckmaster b. 1874 Ozark Co. MO
William James Buckmaster Jr. b. 1875 Douglas Co. MO
Charley Spencer Buckmaster b. 1878 MO.
John Lee Buckmaster b. 1880 West Plains, Howell Co. MO.
Albert Buckmaster b. 1883 Ozark, MO.

x. JASPER N. DUNEHEW, b. 1856, Arkansas; d. Unknown.

Notes for JASPER N. DUNEHEW:
Per the 1870 Howell Co. MO Census Jasper N. Dunehew was age 14 on cnensus living in William C. Dunehew family. - Tina Rogers Beller, Aug. 12, 2004.

1870 Howell Co. MO Census , Myatt TWP. West Plains, MO taken 1st Aug. 1870, Lewis G. Thomas, Assst. Marshall, page 10 :
DUNEHEW, William C. 53 ( b. 1817 ) Carpenter b. TN
" , Sarah A. 42 ( b. 1828 ) b. IL
" , Polly A. 16 ( b. 1854 ) b. AR.
" , Jasper N. 14 ( b. 1856 ) b. AR.

3. JAMES DUNEHEW/2 DONAHOO (HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born Abt. 1817, and died Unknown. He married UNKNOWN. She died Unknown.

Notes for JAMES DUNEHEW/ DONAHOO:
James Dunehew, ( Sr. ) b. abt. 1817 may have died before the census of his father HENRY DUNEHEW/ Donahew in IZARD CO. AR listed below showing a young boy by name of JAMES DUNEHEW, Jr. Most are now assuming that James Jr. and Inman Donahew are grandchildren to Henry Donahew/ Dunehew shown as age 70 in this houshold in 1850 Izard Co. AR census. Later information on Inman Donahew/ Dunehew show he lived with the Cathey famiy and per history he died during Civil War.

per the 1850 Izard Co. AR Census 10/16 Image of Ancestry.com microfilm copy of census :

464 464 Henry Donahew age 70 m born TENNESSEE
James Jr. 13 m TENNESSEE
Inman 9 m TENNESSEE

Children of JAMES DONAHOO and UNKNOWN are:
i. JAMES DUNEHEW/3 DONAHOO, JR., b. Abt. 1837, Tennessee; d. Unknown.
ii. INMAN DONAHOO, b. Abt. 1841, Tennessee; d. Unknown.

Notes for INMAN DONAHOO:
Per Tina Rogers Beller, Aug. 10, 2004. :

per the 1850 Izard Co. AR Census 10/16 Image of Ancestry.com microfilm copy of census :

464 464 Henry Donahew age 70 m born TENNESSEE
James Jr. 13 m TENNESSEE
Inman 9 m TENNESSEE

per the 1860 Franklin TWP IZARD CO. AR CENSUS June 15th Big Spring PO, image 32

200 198 CATHEY, Arch 60 m born GEORGIA
, Mary 49 f KENTUCKY
, Sarah 16 f ARKANSAS
, George W. 13 m ARKANSAS
, Charles 11 m ARKANSAS
, Young J. A. 6 m ARKANSAS
DUNAHOO, INMAN 16 m farm laborer TENNESSEE

Inman Donahoo - Izard - Died Picahontas, AR 1862
" A Good Story" Where I was and What I saw during the Late War" by Elihu C. Bechkam, Sergeant Co., "K" , 21st ARK.

"Just her I will state that there were only two companies of McCarver's Regiment with us at that time, the other four companies having left for Bowling Green, KY, sometime before my enlistment. These companies were commanded by Captains Elkins, Wolf, Matheney, Airington, Shinpock, and Nunn. Several of the soldiers died while here, mostly from Measles, among whom were Davids Bone, Joel Battles, INMAN DONAHOO and Joe Miller. Sergeant Sam Taylor, while in a play with John Strother, accidntally broke his leg and was sent home. Capt. Elkins was sick and sent home at the same time and never came back to us. "

per info on internet on an ARCHIBALD CATHEY- unknown if he connected to the lines of ARCH CATHEY on the 1860 Izard Co. AR Census; however, I include this notation that further research may prove a connection and that some connection existed between the CATHEY family and the DUNHEW/ DONAHEW families of Izard Co. AR that we are yet to discover. :

" Archibald Cathey was born 25 Aug. 1799 in GA. He died Oct. 8, 1870 TN, and is buried in the Hill Orchard Cem. Houston Co. TN. Some of the Cathey family had also been in Stewart Co. TN. Per other genealogies on CATHEY lines the surname is Scotch-Irish origin tracing back to the Lowlands of Scotland in teh 17th Century. They were members of ancient clan of MACFIE and within that caln were names of MacPhee, Duffy, MacDuffy, McAfie, McFee, Mahaffey, McGuffey, MacCathie, Cathey. Catheys were thought to have been from GALLOWAY in the Scottish Lowlands and were early settlers in Ulster in the 17th Century. Some of the line arrived in Cecil Co. MD in 17189 with the name of JOHN CATHEY b. 1685 Ulster Ireland. he arrived between 1746-1751 and they moved from MD into Lancaster Co. PA in early 1730's. By 1743 the Cathey name is found in Beverly Manor in Augusta Co. VA. JAMES CATHEY had migrated to ANSON CO. NC by late 1740s'. That land became ROWAN CO. NC by 1753. The Cathey Settlement or IRISH SETTLEMENT was located west of Salisbury NC and where James Cathey was in 1749. His sons moved into Mecklenburg Co. and Haywood Co. NC by late 1700's. Archibald Cathey is the only one of his siblings to have been listed born in GA. His father, Andrew Cathey was born in abt. 1721 PA and his sister, Rebecca G. Cathey b. 15 Sept. 1792 in NC. By 1799, Archibald Cathey is listed being born in GA. "

Generation No. 3

4. PERMELIA3 DUNEHEW (WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born Bet. 1834 - 1836 in INDIANA, and died Unknown. She married ISAAC WOODREL. He was born Abt. 1830 in Tennessee.

Notes for PERMELIA DUNEHEW:
Permelia was age 16 in the 1850 Izard Co. AR Census of William C. Donahoo/ Dunehew family. - Tina Rogers Beller, Aug. 12, 2004.

1920 HOWELL Co. MO Census : South Park TWP : Enumerated on 30th day of January, 1920 :

HH 118 - 118 PIERCY, Abraham K. Head MW 64 M. MO NC VA
Piercy, Laura L. Wife FW 49 M. MO TN IN
Woodrell, Myrtal Niece FW 12 S AR AR TN
Woodrell, Permelia Mom in law FW 84 Wd. IN TN VA

Notes for ISAAC WOODREL:
Per Tina Rogers Beller Files ;

1870 Howell Co. MO Census : Myatt TWP : Enumerated on 26th day of July 1870:

HH 2 - 2 WOODREL, Isaac 40 MW Farmer b. TN
" , Permelia 35 FW KH b. Ind.
" , Mordica H. 14 MW At. Sch b. AR
" , William C. 12 MW At. Sch. b. AR
" , Thomas J. 10 MW At. Sch. b. MO
" , Sirrilda 01 FW b. MO

Neighbors were : ( could DURIWIN be DUNEHEW ? )

Francis M Appesmer Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1869 Missouri White Male
View Record Lucas Appesmer Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1864 Missouri White Male
View Record Martha J Appesmer Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1839 Tennessee White Female
View Record Rebecca A Appesmer Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1861 Missouri White Female
View Record Thomas W Appesmer Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1830 North Carolina White Male
View Record Mary Bolin Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1855 Arkansas White Female
View Record James Cash Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1869 Arkansas White Male
View Record John Cash Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1868 Arkansas White Male
View Record John Cash Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1844 Tennessee White Male
View Record Lurany Cash Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1867 Arkansas White Female
View Record Marganie Cash Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1865 Arkansas White Female
View Record Rutha Cash Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1845 Tennessee White Female
View Record James A Comnon Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1845 Missouri White Male
View Record John Comnon Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1855 Arkansas White Male
View Record Louisa Comnon Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1846 Arkansas White Female
View Record Lorenzo D Comon Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1858 Missouri White Male
View Record Allis L Duriwin Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1870 Missouri White Female
View Record Andrew J Duriwin Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1867 Missouri White Male
View Record Elza T J Duriwin Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1865 Tennessee White Female
View Record Francis M Duriwin Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1858 Tennessee White Male
View Record George W Duriwin Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1860 Tennessee White Male
View Record Margarette L Duriwin Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1841 Tennessee White Female
View Record Mathew D Duriwin Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1840 Tennessee White Male
View Record Charley Koons Myatt, Howell, MO abt 1866 Illinois White Male

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1880 Howell Co. MO Census : North Half of South Park TWP : Enumerated on 26th & 27th day of June, 1880

HH 55 - 59 WOODREL, Isaih WM 52 TN TN TN
" , Permelia WF 46 HW IN __ __ ( wife )
" , Wm. WM 22 FW AR TN IN ( son )
" , Zirilda A. WF 12 HW MO TN IN ( dau. )
" , Laura L. WF 9 AH MO TN IN ( dau. )
" , Jasper WM 7 AH MO TN IN ( son )
" , John W. WM 5 AH MO TN IN ( son )
" , Robert WM 2 AH MO TN IN ( son )
GREEN , John N. WM 39 farmer IN Ireland TN ( farmer )

Living next door to the WOODRELS are SARAH A. GREEN age 52 in HH 66 - 70 ( either wife or mother to JOHN N. GREEN in WOODREL HH ? )

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Children of PERMELIA DUNEHEW and ISAAC WOODREL are:
i. MORDICAI H.4 WOODREL, b. Abt. 1856, Arkansas; m. CATHERINE E. UNKNOWN; b. North Carolina.

Notes for MORDICAI H. WOODREL:
Per Tina Rogers Beller Files :

Mordicai H. Woodrel
Home in 1880: South Fork, Howell, Missouri
Age: 24
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1856
Birthplace: Arkansas
Relation to head-of-household: Self
Spouse's name: Catharine E.
Father's birthplace: TN
Mother's birthplace: IN
Neighbors: View others on page
Occupation: Farmer
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Male

Household Members: Name Age
Mordicai H. Woodrel 24
Catharine E. Woodrel 28

ii. WILLIAM C. WOODREL, b. Abt. 1858, Arkansas.
iii. THOMAS J. WOODREL, b. Abt. 1860.
iv. SIRRILDA A. WOODREL, b. Abt. 1869, Missouri.
v. LAURA L. WOODREL, b. Abt. 1871, Missouri; m. ABRAHAM K. PIERCY.

Notes for ABRAHAM K. PIERCY:

1920 HOWELL Co. MO Census : South Park TWP : Enumerated on 30th day of January, 1920 :

HH 118 - 118 PIERCY, Abraham K. Head MW 64 M. MO NC VA
Piercy, Laura L. Wife FW 49 M. MO TN IN
Woodrell, Myrtal Niece FW 12 S AR AR TN
Woodrell, Permelia Mom in law FW 84 Wd. IN TN VA ( mother to LAURA L. WOODRELL PIERCY )

vi. JASPER WOODREL, b. Abt. 1873.
vii. JOHN W. WOODREL, b. Abt. 1875.
viii. ROBERT WOODREL, b. Abt. 1878.

5. SURILDA JANE3 DUNEHEW (WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born January 13, 1840 in Indiana, and died May 02, 1916 in Bergman, Arkansas. She married SPENCER ALVIN MCAFEE April 21, 1865, son of JOHN MCAFEE and ELVIRA UNKNOWN. He was born January 15, 1832 in Rutherford, North Carolina or GEORGIA, and died January 10, 1912 in Bergman, Arkansas.

Notes for SURILDA JANE DUNEHEW:
Surilda J. was on the 1850 Izard Co. AR Census in household of William C. Donahoo/Dunehew family. - Tina Rogers Beller, Aug. 12, 2004.

Per photo owned by my mother, Elsie B. Davidson and now in my possession, showing Spencer Alvin McAfee and Surilda Jane Dunehew who were Great Grandparents of Elsie B. Davidson Rogers, and from the oral history Elsie told me about them, it appears that Surilda Jane Dunehew McAfee may have been Native American as many have said of her family. " We have no verifications to prove this however. " Family oral history is in most all the lines of DUNEHEW / DONNAHOU / DONAHOO family who have the same oral history of the Dunehew family being Cherokee or Native American and were from Indiana into Arkansas. Elsie was aware that the Dunehew line also was living in Missouri and had researched various court houses to find more information on Dunehews and McAfee family. - Tina Rogers Beller, Aug. 12, 2004.

Per 1850 Izard Co. AR census of William C. Dunehew family spelled Donahew :

William C. Donahoo age 34 M farmer born Tennessee
Mary " " 31 F " Indiana
Parmelia " " 16 F " Indiana
Surilda " " 12 F " Indiana
Martha " " 10 F " Indiana
John C. " " 7 M " Indiana
Louisa " " 3 F " Arkansas

Per Michael L. McAfee, BGEN :
"Spencer married Surilda Edney Denehew ( 13 Jan 1848, Indiana , 13 May 1912 Bergman, Boone Co. AR ) on 21 Apr 186. She bore him 10 children. "

1850 Izard Co. AR Census of Henry Dunehew ( perhaps father of William C. Dunehew ) lived a few doors away from William C. Dunehew

Pg. 10/16 1850 Izard Co. AR Census :

464 464 Henry Donahew age 70 m born Tennessee
James Jr. 13 m Tennessee
Inman 9 m Tennessee

1860 Franklin TWP IZARD CO. AR CENSUS june 15th, Big S[rings PO , pg. 32 Images
200 198 CATHEY, Arch 60 m GEORGIA 1400/800
, Mary A. 49 f Kentucky
, Sarah 16 f Arkansas
, George W. 13 m Arkansas
, Charles 11 m Arkansas
, Young J. A. 6 m Arkansas
DUNAHOO, INMAN 16 m frm Laborer TENNESSEE

More About SURILDA JANE DUNEHEW:
Burial: 1916, York Cemetery, Bergman, Arkansas

Notes for SPENCER ALVIN MCAFEE:
Per Tina Rogers Beller :
Photo of Spencer A. McAFee & 3rd wife Surelda J. Dunehew identified by both Elsie B. Davidson Rogers & Michael McAfee both descendants of Spencer A. McAFee. Surelda Jane Dunehew (d/o William C. Dunehew ) is third wife of Spencer A. McAfee. Spencer A. McAfee's 2nd wife was Hannah Adeline Lance ( line of Brig. Gen. Michael McAfee & others.
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Per Brig. Gen. Michael McAfee Files which enabled us to do further research on Spencer A. McAfee, Sr. - Tina Rogers Beller, Aug. 09, 2004.
Facts known :
1. Spencer McAfee and his siblings moved with their parents to Habersham Co. GA in 1840 ( per Michael McAfee ) and then to Cherokee Co. GA in 1850.
2. Spencer McAfee is listed twice on the 1850 GA Census : Spencer is listed as the only landowner of the family in 1850 Walker Co. GA Census and then he is again listed as Spencer McAfee age 18, living with his brother Burton McAfee age 20 and family in 1850 Cherokee Co. GA Census
3. Spencer McAfee is listed in the 1860 Marion Co. AR census in Rapps Barren TWP microfilm M653-46.
4. Spencer McAfee is not listed in the 1870 AR census as he lived in Howell Co. MO then.
5. Spencer McAfee is not listed in the 1880 AR Census as he was living in Ozark Co. MO then. ( had lived in Howell Co. MO when Mary Francis McAfee born in 1879 ).
6. Also refer to the 1885 MO land patent in name of Spencer McAfee in 1885 as he lived in Missouri still.
7. Then by 1890 Spencer McAfee and family were living in Boone Co. AR and are on the 1900 census there.
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Per Michael L. McAfee, BGEN on May 26, 2003 regarding SPENCER ALVIN MCAFEE :
Spencer Alvin McAfee was born on 15 DEC 1832, in Rutherford County, North Carolina, ( Western North Carolina .) His mother was Elzira McAfee, born in North Carolina. ( documentation sparse, yet reliable, ) in 1804. He was the sixth of 10 children:
1 ) Berry McAfee ( Male ) 1824, North Carolina
2 ) ? McAfee ( Male ) 1825-1830
3 ) ? McAfee ( Male ) 1825-1830
4 ) ? McAfee ( Male ) 1825-1830
5 ) Burton McAfee 1830 North Carolina
6 ) Spencer McAfee 15 JAN 1832 Rutherford County, North Carolina 14 Nov 1912 Boone County, Arkansas
7 ) John McAfee 1833 Georgia
8 ) Mahala McAfee ( Female ) 1835 Georgia
9 ) William McAfee 1839 Georgia
10) Colphas McAfee 1842 Georgia

The family moved to Habersham County, Georgia in 1840, then to Cherokee County, Georgia in 1850. These counties are proximal to Rutherford County, North Carolina. The 1850 Census lists Elzira as the head of household. His father is speculated to be John S. McAfee. Spencer lists John as his father in a census, and in a bible record. Spencer is listed as the only landowner of the family in the 1850 Walker County, Georgia, 1850 Census. He is listed twice in the 1850 census, ( Cherokee County, also. ). In Walker County, Spencer was living with his brother, Berry and his wife, Nancy. they had two children: William Washington McAfee and Louise E. McAfee, ( same William W. in Newton County, Arkansas. The father was not present in 1850 on and either died or left the family. ) Spencer was located in Fulton County, Arkansas in 01 OCT 1856 with his first wife, Eveline, nee Sparks. She died 7 months after this marriage date and was buried on the North Fork of the White River in Fulton County, ( Sparks Cemetery. ) Several other members of the family moved into Arkansas from Georgia about the same time. his brother, Berry was in Newton County during the 1860's. Spencer maried his second wife, Hannah Adeline Lance, ( 1828, Tennessee, ) on 15 SEP 1859. He called her "Hanner." She bore two sons:
1 ) William Eldridge McAfee 07 OCT 1861 Near banks of North Fork of White River, near Mt. Home, Arkansas
29 Jun 1950 Healdton, Oklahoma
2 ) Samuel Hannah McAfee 07 OCT 1861 Near banks of North Fork of White River, near Mt. Home Arkansas
16 OCT 1861 Near banks of North Fork of White River, near Mt. Home, Arkansas.
Hannah had barely time to recover from the birth of twins, the death of one,
Samuel Hannah McAfee died of fever, that she endured escape to Missouri with the onset of the Civil War. along with several families, including his brother, John, his brother in law, Frank Lance, and other Franks brother, Spencer joined Company G, Phelps Regiment, Missouri Mounted Infantry, on 15 DEC 1861, in Rolla, Missouri. Spencer left the unit at the time of Hannah's death, Rolla, Missouri, due to measles, 03 DEC 1862. He reenlisted with Company K, 16th Missouri Cavalry, and served 'til war's end in 1865, leaving William Eldridge McAfee in the care of his wife's sister, Mary Lance. Spencer married Surilda Edney Denehew ( 13 Jan 1848, Indiana, 13 May 1912 Bergman, Boone County, Arkansas ) on 21 APR 1865. She bore 10 children :

1 ) Infant son 1867 ; 16 Aug 1867
2 ) Infant son 1868 ; 14 Apr. 1868
3 ) John Wesley McAfee 1869 ; 20 Sep 1879
4 ) Mary Francis McAfee 1873; Unknown *
5 ) James Newton McAfee 02 Feb. 1873; May 20 1873
6 ) Jasper B. McAfee 27 Oct 1874; Unknown
7 ) Amelia Belle McAfee 27 Oct. 1874; Unknown
8 ) Amanda Elzira McAfee 03 June 1879; Unknown
9 ) Spencer Alvin McAfee 12 Nov 1882; Unknown
10 ) Surilda Edney McAfee 02 Jan 1890; Unknown *
( * Child # 10, Surilda Edney McAfee has same birthdate as our Edna Surilda Weaver child of Mary Francis McAfee b. 1871 MO and Henry Weaver. - Tina Rogers Beller )
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Here's a different perspective however, -Per Aubrey Cloud information :
"Spencer Alvin McAlfee was born Jan. 15, 1832 in Rowan Co. NC and died Nov. 14, 1912 in Bergman, Boone Co. AR. He married ( 1 ) Eveline Sparks Oct. 01, 1856 in Fulton Co. AR. She died May 1857 in Fulton Co. AR. He married ( 2 ) Hannah Adaline Lance Sept. 01, 1859 in Marion Co. AR. She was born 1828 in TN and died Dec. 03, 1862 in AR. He married ( 3 ) Sarilda Jane Dunehew April 21, 1865 in Marion Co. AR. She was born Jan. 13, 1840 in Indiana and died May 13, 1917 in Bergman Boone Co. AR. In 1910 census, he is listed as being married 3 times. Last wife Sarilla ? "
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PER TINA ROGERS BELLER FILES :
CENSUS DATA :
Per the 1840 HABERSHAM CO. GA Census : Capt. Turners Dist. ( 558 ) Habersham GA:
ELZIRA McAFEE 12310 1000010
Enumerations are :
1 free white male under age 5
2 free white males of 5 and under 10 years of age ( one son is SPENCER A. McAFEE, born 1829-1832 GA, or NC ? )
3 free white males of 10 and under 15 years of age
1 free white male of 15 and uner 20 years of age
1 free white female under age 5
1 free white female of 30 and under 40 years of age.
( 1 person said to be involved in mining on Ancestry census transcription )

Per the 1850 Cherokee Co. GA Census Dist. 15, 18th Division 5th Day of Sept. 1850 taken by W. P. Hammons ( HAMMOND ) Asst. MARSHAL ( 455 ) Image 107/280 on Ancestry.com microfilm copy of Census : ( some have mistakenly listed ELVIRA McAFEE as ELZIRA due to an old illegible copy of the 1850 Cherokee Co. GA Census. ) - Tina Rogers Beller, July 05, 2004.
718 720 ELVIRA MCAFEE age 46 F born NC
Burton McAfee age 20 M farmer born NC
Spencer McAfee age 18 M. born GRO, GEO = GEORGIA ?
John McAfee age 17 M born GRO, GEO = GEORGIA ?
William McAfee age 11 M born GRO, GEO, = GEORGIA ?
Colphus McAfee age 8 M born GRO, GEO, = GEORGIA ?
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Tina Rogers Beller files : Transcribed May 02, 2006.
Paid researcher found no deeds for surname of McAFEE in Habersham Co. GA Deeds in listings of both Direct and Reverse index listings in Superior Court of Deed Records and Mortages, Books A - Q, 1819 - 1838 ( Roll #178 - 48 ) or in Habersham Co. GA in Direct and Reverse Index listings of Superior Court of Deed Records and Mortgages, Books P-R in 1839-1848 ( Roll #178-48 ). Fire destroyed all records in WALKER Co. GA in 1882, so records for some of our McAfee's in Walker Co. GA Census's are still unknown.
CHEROKEE Co. GA DEED INDEX listings : DIRECT and REVERSE INDEX Listings in the Superior Court Index of Deed Records and Mortgages, Books A - Z, 1833 - 1854 ( Roll #12 -42 ) 14 pages copied. Transcriptions of those copies are listed below starting with name of SPENCER McAFEE :

1850 Cherokee Co. GA Land Deed, ( Reverse ) : Book H, page 93
McAFEE, SPENCER, ( Grantee ) from Corbin, Terrell by Shff. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated; April 02, 1850 - Recorded on : April 09, 1850 Book H; page 93.
( also on same page with Spencer McAfee are following McAfee's with Deeds in REVERSE : )
McAfee, Jno. M. ( Grantee ) From: Mobley, John ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Sept. 10, 1850; Recorded on : Jany, 28, 1850 Book H; page 405.
McAfee, John M. ( Grantee ) From: Delany, John M. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Sep. 2, 1850 ; Recorded on : Jany. 28, 1850 Book H; page 406.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From: Fulward, James ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Nov. 1, 1849 ; Recorded on : Jany. 28, 1850 Book H; page 407.
McAfee, Jno. M. ( Grantee ) From: Winn, Jno. P. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Sept. 19, 1850 ; Recorded on : Jany. 28, 1850 Book H; page 408.
McAfee, Jno. M. ( Grantee ) From : McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Nov. 24, 1849 ; Recorded on : Jany. 28, 1850 Book H; page 409.
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Following are all the other McAfee's in the 14 pages of Deed Index Listings for Cherokee Co. GA for years of 1833- 1854 in REVERSE :
McAfee, T. G. & Lammond ( Grantee ) From: Thompson, Saml- W. ( Grantor ) Moot Dated : Feb. 17, 1842 ; Recorded on : Apr. 11, 1842 Book F. page 179.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Mattox, David ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Feby. 6, 1841 Recorded on : June 2, 1843 Book F. page 472.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Dumi, Wm. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Dec. 22, 1840 Recorded on : May 2, 1843 Book F. page 472.
McAfee Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : McDonald Wm. H. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Jany. 30, 1841 Recorded on May 2, 1843 Book F. page 473
McAfee, Robt. ( Grantee ) From : Cherokee County ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Feby. 22, 1843 Recorded on : June 5, 1843 Book F. page 487
McAfee, Jno. M. ( Grantee ) From : Mcafee Wm. M. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Sept. 13, 1845 Recorded on : Sep. 10, 1846 Book H. page 117
McAbee, Abner ( sic McAfee ) ( Grantee ) From : Henson, Susan ( Grantor ) Deed Dated: Nov. 4, 1845 Recorded on : Sep. 25, 1846 Book H page 127
McAfee, T. G. ( Grantee ) From : Newell, Saml. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated Sep. 4, 1839; Recorded Dec. 8, 1839 ; Book E. page 7.
McAfee, T. G. & Blackwell ( Grantee ) From : Blankenship Benj. S. by Shff. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Apr. 9, 1840 ; Recorded on : Apr. 9, 1840; Book E. page 138.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Damer, David ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Apr. 10, 1840 ; Recorded on : June 1, 1840 ; Book E. page 175.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Mosely, H. T. ; ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Dec. 12, 1839; Recorded on : June 1, 1840 ; Book E. page 176.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Cherokee County ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : June 2, 1840; Recorded on : June 2, 1840; Book E. page 179.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Cherokee County ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : June 2, 1840 ; Recorded on June 2, 1840 ; Book E. page 191.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Taylor, Wm. by Admr. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated Oct. 6, 1840 ; Recorded on Oct. 6, 1840 ; Book E. page 283.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Tate, Wm. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Oct. 6, 1840; Recorded on Oct. 7, 1840 ; Book E. page 290.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Dunn, Drury by Shff. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Mch. 2, 1841; Recorded on Mch. 3, 1841 ; Book E. page 366.
McAfee, J. W. ( Grantee ) From : Holloway Wm. ( Grantor ) P. A. Dated : Dec. 4, 1835; Recorded on June 6, 1837; Book C. page 156.
McAfee, James ( Grantee ) From : Holloway, Wm. by Atty. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : May 28, 1836; Recorded on June 6, 1837; Book C. page 157.
McAfee, Wm. ( Grantee ) From : Falkner J. M. by Atty. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : May 18, 1837; Recorded on June 24, 1837; Book C. page 182.
McAfee, Wm. ( Grantee ) From : Winn, John P. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Oct. 2, 1837; Recorded on : Jan. 26, 1838; Book C. page 372.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Bouth, William ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : June 28, 1838; Recorded on Aug. 21, 1838; Book D. page 16.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Grisham, William ( Grantor ) Deed Dated; Aug. 21, 1838; Recorded on Aug. 21, 1838; Book D. page 31.
McAfee, WM. M. ( Grantee ) From : Lord, Elizabeth ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Mch. 1, 1838 ; Recorded on Jany 11, 1839; Book D. page 188
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Chapman, Wm. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : July 21, 1839; Recorded on Aug. 21, 1839; Book D. page 425.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Peters, Wm. M. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : July 2, 1839; Recorded on Aug. 21, 1839; Book D. page 426.
McAfee, & Gregory ( Grantee ) From : Ramy, Woodson ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Dec. 24, 1838; Recorded on Feby. 21, 1849; Book IJ page 234.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Delay, Jesse ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : May 22, 1847; Recorded on Feby. 21, 1849; Book IJ page 235.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Osborn, Geo. W. H. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Sept. 5, 1842; Recorded on Feby. 21, 1849; Book IJ page 236.
McAFee, W. M. ( Grantee ) From : Casey, Elisha ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Feby 12, 1842; Recorded on Oct. 2, 1849; Book IJ page 430.
McAfee, W. M. ( Grantee ) From : Rowe, Jno. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Feb. 12, 1842; Recorded on Oct. 2, 1849; Book IJ page 431.
McAfee, W. M. ( Grantee ) From : Benson, Jno. B. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Sept. 16, 1845; Recorded on Oct. 2, 1849; Book IJ page 432.
McAfee, W. M. ( Grantee ) From : Bullard, Needham ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Dec. 18, 1845; Recorded on Oct. 2, 1849; Book IJ page 432.
McAfee, W. M. ( Grantee ) From : Wright, Ellis ( Grantor ) Deed Dated ; Dec. 2, 1848; Recorded on Oct. 2, 1849; Book IJ page 435.
McAfee, W. M. ( Grantee ) From : Mahaffy, Wm. H. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : May 25, 1846; Recorded on Oct. 2, 1849; Book IJ page 435 or 436.
McAfee, W. M. ( Grantee ) From : Winn, Jno. P. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Dec. 5, 1845; Recorded on Oct. 2, 1849; Book IJ page 436.
McAfee, Henderson ( Grantee ) From : Arnold, Thos. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : June 2, 1846; Recorded on Feby 8, 1850; Book IJ page 501.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Whaley, Jno. K. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : June 18, 1849 ; Recorded on Feby. 5, 1850; Book IJ page 520.
McAfee, Jno. M. ( Grantee ) From : Brooks, J. P. Shff. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated ; July 2, 1833 ; Recorded on July 4, 1833; Book A page 61
McAfee, Wm.M. ( Grantee ) From : Lay, William ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : Apr. 7, 1834; Recorded on Apr. 11, 1834; Book A. page 419.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantee ) From : Kellogg & Sanford ( Grantor ) Deed Dated ; Apr. 11, 1834; Recorded on Apr. 11, 1834; Book A. page 420.
McAfee, John ( Grantee ) From : Dye, D. O. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : May 27, 1833; Recorded on June 7, 1836; Book B. page 375 ?
McAfee, John M. ( Grantee ) From : Parker, James by Sheriff. ( Grantor ) Deed Dated : May 26, 1836; Recorded on June 24, 1836; Book B. page 381.
CHEROKEE CO. GA DEED INDEX; DIRECT LISTINGS :
McAfee, Jno. M. ( Grantor ) From : Blythe, M. J. ( Grantee) Deed Dated : June 17, 1850; Recorded on May 13, 1852 Book L page 306
McAfee, Henderson ( Grantor ) From : King, James ( Grantee ) Deed Dated Dec. 14, 1849; Recorded on Feby. 8, 1849 Book IJ page 502.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantor ) From : Merritt, Levi ( Grantee ) Deed Dated Sep. -, 1849 ; Recorded on Feby. 5, 1850 Book IJ page 519.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantor ) From: Reed, John ( Grantee ) Deed Dated Jany. 16, 1851; Recorded on Sept. 2, 1851 ; Book K page 329.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantor ) From : McAfee, John M. ( Grantee ) Deed Dated Nov. 24, 1849; Recorded on Jany. 28, 1851 ; Book K. page 409.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantor ) From : Tate, Pickens ( Grantee ) Deed Dated Jany. - , 1851; Recorded on Feby. 24, 1851 ; Book K. page 453.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantor ) From : Wafford, J. L. ( Grantee ) Deed Dated Jany. 15, 1851; Recorded on Aug. 20, 1851 ; Book L., page 66.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantor ) From : Kellogg & Sandford ( Grantee ) Deed Dated : Apr. 11, 1834; Recorded on Apr. 11, 1834 ; Book A. page 420.
McAfee, Jas. C. ( Grantor ) From : McAfee, J. W. ( Grantee ) Deed Dated : June 1, 1836; Recorded on June 1, 1837 ; Book C. page 158.
McAfee, Tilman ( Grantor ) From : Jurvis, Saml. ( Grantee ) Deed Dated : Feby 4, 1846; Recorded on Feby. 16, 1846; Book G. page 574.
McAFee, Wm. M. ( Grantor ) From : McAfee, Jno. M. ( Grantee ) Deed Dated : Sept. 13, 1845; Recorded on Sept. 10, 1846; Book H. page 117.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantor ) From : Galt, Jabez & J. L. ( Grantees ) Deed Dated : Aug. 3, 1847; Recorded on Nov. 13, 1847; Book H. page 414.
McAfee, Robt. ( Grantor ) From : Maddox, J. A. & Posey ( Grantees ) Deed Dated : Dec. 8, 1847; Recorded on Dec. 21, 1847; Book H. page 426.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantor ) From : Cook, N. J. ( Grantee ) Deed Dated : Mch. 8, 1849; Recorded on Apr. 3, 1849; Book IJ. page 267.
McAfee, J. W. ( Grantor ) From : McLain, E. ( Grantee ) Deed Dated : Feby. 10, 1841; Recorded on Jany. 15, 1842; Book F. page 96.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantor ) From : Paden, Moses ( Grantee ) Deed Dated : June 18, 1843; Recorded on July 4, 1843 Book F; page 527.
McAfee, Wm. M. ( Grantor ) From : Hawkins, Robert ( Grantee ) Deed Dated: Jan. 26, 1838; Recorded on Jan. 26, 1838; Book C. page 373.
McAfee, Wm. ( Grantor ) From : Lay, William ( Grantee ) Deed Dated : Dec. 30, 1836; Recorded on Jan. 29, 1838; Book C. page 376.
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SPENCER MCAFEE AND HANNAH ADELINE LANCE md. on Sept. 15, 1859.
MCAFEE, SPENCER AR FULTON CO. ISSUED ON 12/10/1859 BATESVILLE LAND OFFICE, DOC. # 13959 , ACCESSION/SERIAL NR. AR0700__213
LAND PATENT DETAILS ACESSION/SERIAL # AR0700__213 BLM Serial #: AR NO S/N
Patentee : SPENCER MCAFEE Survey: State; ARKANSAS : ACRES; 40 Metes/Bounds: No Doc. # 13959
Title Transfer: Issue Date : 12/10/1859 LAND OFFICE : Batesville Cancelled : NO Mineral Reservations : NO
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry ( 3 Stat. 566 )
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1860 Marion Co. AR census ( Image 76 / 160 pg. 606 ) Ancestry.com microfilm copy of original census :
RAPPS BARRNES TWP:
513 - 1 SPENCER MCAFEE age 28 m w Farmer _____ Born GA
ADELINE age 26 f w TN
ELVIRA SUTTON age 55 f w NC ( could not read or write ) ( believed to be mother of Spencer McAfee, ELVIRA McAFEE )
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1850 Cherokee Co. GA Census shows both Elvira McAfee and her neighbor ASA SUTTON. We later see ELVIRA SUTTON living with son Spencer McAfee in 1860 AR Census.
Image 119-280
807 ASA SUTTON 51 M Blacksmith born in SC
( Elvira Sutton is believed to be ELVIRA McAFEE shown on the GA Census listed below )
18th Division, enumerated on Sept. 5, 1850 by W. P. Hammon
718 - 720 ELVIRA McAffee 46 F born NC ( check mark )
BURTON " 20 M NC ( check mark )
SPENCER McAfee 18 M GA
JOHN " 17 M "
MAHALAH " 16 F "
WILLIAM " 11 M "
COLPHUS " 8 M "
Living in HH 717 in 1850 Cherokee Co. GA Census is Manly Washington Ford b. 1811 in SC. and wife Martha Unknown. Manly Washington Ford ( son of Manly Ford b. Nov. 20, 1770, Spartanburg Dist. South Carolina & Mary Bishop, whom he married in 1792 Spratansburg Dist. SC, mother of Manly Ford next to Elvira. Manly Ford died at 74, in 1843 leaving a Will with Robinson Smith as Admr. in SC. ( son- in- law of Manly Ford & husband of his daughter, Mary Ford. ) Unknown as to connections ( if any ) between the FORDS and McAFEE's.

Per Jay McAfee posting :
Mcafee, Spencer
Document number: 13959 Description number: 1
Number of acres: 40.0000 Accession number: AR0700__.213
Patentee Surname: Mcafee Patentee given name: Spencer
State name: Arkansas
Volume: 700 Page number: 213
Land office: Batesville Aliquot part reference: SENW
Section number: 7
Township: 19 North Range: 10 West
Meridian or special survey area: Fifth Principal Meridian
Title transfer authority: Sale-Cash Entries
Combined signature date: Dec. 10, 1859
Multiple patentees: N Multiple warrantees: N
Signature: Y Canceled document: N Subsurface rights reserved: N
Metes and bounds: N Fractional section: N
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Per Ginger Turner
Spencer McAfee lived in Fulton Co. AR with wife, Eveline Sparks in 1856. He married on Sept. 15, 1859 to Hannah Adeline Lance and then left for Missouri. He enlisted in Missouri in the Union army in Dec. 1861, and served in the 16 Regiment Missouri Cavalry; John McAfee and brother Spencer McAfee, Frank Lance, and his brother all joined to fight in the Civil War. Spencer joined Co. G, Phelps Regiment, Missouri Mounted Infantry, on 15 DEC. 1861 in Rolla Missouri. Spencer left the unit at time of Hannah's death in Rolla, MO, due to Measles, on 03, Dec. 1862. He reenlisted with Co. K, 16th Missouri Cavalry, and served til war's end in 1865 leaving William Eldridge Mcafee in the care of his wife's sister, Mary Lance. :

McAfee, Spencer Military Records :
PHELPS' INDEPENDENT REGIMENT INFANTRY. Return to Index
Organized at Rolla, Mo., September 22 to December 27, 1861. Served unattached, Army of Southwest Missouri, to February, 1862. 2nd Brigade, 4th Division, Army of Southwest Missouri, to May, 1862.
SERVICE.-Duty at Roila, Mo., till February, 1862. Curtis' Campaign against Price in Missouri and Arkansas February and March. Actions at Sugar Creek and Bentonville February 17. Battles of Pea Ridge, Ark., March 6-8. Mountain Grove March 9. Mustered out May 13, 1862.
Lost 2 Officers and 23 Enlisted men killed and 3 Officers and 91 Enlisted men by disease. Total 119.
Source of Data: "A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion, V.III" by Frederick H. Dyer, c1908, p.1340
MISSOURI VOLUNTEER FORCES IN THE CIVIL WAR with Federal Service (UNION): 16th REGIMENT MO CAVALRY.
This informational webpage has been created by the MO Commandery of MOLLUS.
16th REGIMENT MO CAVALRY.
Organized at Springfield, Mo., November 1, 1863, from 6th Regiment Enrolled Militia. Attached to District of Southwest Missouri, Dept. Missouri, to April, 1865, and to District of North Missouri, Dept. Missouri, to July, 1865.
SERVICE--Scout and patrol duty in District of Southeastern Missouri till April, 1865, and in North Missouri till July. Actions in Wright County July 22, 1864; Dallas County September 19; Boonevllle October 9-12; Big Blue or State Line October 22. Engagement at the Marmiton, or Battle of Charlot, October 25. Mine Creek, Little Osage River, Marias des Cygnes, October 25. Big Blue October 31. Skirmishes in Texas County January 9-11, 1865. Scout, Ozark County, February 16-20 (Co. "B") Scouts from Salem and Licking to Spring River, Ark., and skirmishes, February 23-March 2. Operations about Licking March 7-25. Scouts from Licking April 1-30. Skirmish, Big Gravois, April 22. Scout from Lebanon to Warsaw May 18-26. Mustered out July 1,1865.
Lost during service 1 Officer and 12 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 1 Officer and 31 Enlisted men by disease. Total 45.
Source of Data: "A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion, V.III" by Frederick H. Dyer, c1908, p.1311
Copyright (c) 1998
Missouri Commandery
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the US
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SPENCER MCAFEE AGAIN MARRIED ON APRIL 21, 1865 TO SURILDA JANE DUNEHEW.
MCAFEE, SPENCER MO HOWELL CO. ISSUED ON 5/10/1875 IRONTON LAND OFFICE DOC # 828, ACCESSION/SERIAL # MO4280_298
LAND PATENT DETAILS : Accession/Serial # MO4280__298 BLM Serial # MO NO S/N
Patentee: SPENCER MCAFEE Survey State: Missouri Acres: 160 Metes/Bounds No
Title Transfer Issue Date: 5/10/1875 LAND OFFICE: Ironton Cancelled: NO Mineral Reservations: NO
Authority : May 20, 1862: Homestead Entry Original ( 12 Stat. 392 ) Doc. # 828 Misc. doc. # : 1187
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1870 ( per Elsie B. Davidson Rogers information on Spencer McAfee family lived in West Plains, HOWELL CO. MO on Jan. 24, 1871 when MARY FRANCIS MCAFEE was born to Spencer and Surelda Jane Dunehew McAfee. By June 3, 1879 when Amanda Ella ( ELVIRA or ELZIRA ) McAFEE was born they were then living in Dora, OZARK CO. MO. The family then lived in Mountain Home AR ( BAXTER CO. AR ) and then in Keener AR ( Boone Co. AR ? ) and in Bergman AR ( Boone Co. AR ) where they died.
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Per Ginger Turner out of William C. Dunehew line ( William W. Dunehew brother of Surelda Jane Dunehew ) :
1870 Howell Co Mo census, Benton twp, West Plains PO, July 16, pg 4 images, pg 459B
25/25 McAfee, Spencer, 38, Nc, farmer, 500/250
Sarilda, 29, In
John W, 1, Mo
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1880 Ozark Co Mo census, Richland twp, June 22, pg 29 images, pg 561C
263/268 Campbell, John M, 24, Il/In/Ky
Sarah F, 20, In/Nc/Nc
John, 65, In/Mas/Mas
Darcus, 61, Ky/Ky/Ky
Lindermith?, John, 33, Oh/Oh/Oh
Mary, 20, Il/Il/Il
McAfee, Spencer, 48, Nc/Va/Nc
Surilda, 40, In/In/In
Mary F, 9, Mo/Nc/In
Jasper B, 5, Ar/Nc/In
Amelia B, 3, Mo/Nc/In
Amanda E, 1, Mo/Nc/In

MCAFEE, SPENCER MO OZARK CO. ISSUED ON 4/20/1885 SPRINGFIELD LAND OFFICE DOC 3 31857 ACCESSION/SERIAL # MO5770__007
LAND PATENT DETAILS : Accession/Serial #: MO5770__007 BLM Serial # MO NO S/N
Patentee: SPENCER MCAFEE Survey STATE: Missouri Acres: 40 Metes/Bounds: NO
Title Transfer Issue Date: 4/20/1885 LAND OFFICE: Springfield Cancelled : NO Mineral Reservations: NO
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry ( 3 Stat. 566) Doc. # 31857 Accession/Serial # MO5770__007
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1880 Black River twp. Independence Co. Ar. census, June 26th, pg32 images
302/302 Dunahoo, William, 31, farmer, Ar, unk, unk
Louiza M., 26, wife, Ar,unk,unk
James C, 9, Ar/Ar/Ar
John M, 6, same
Levi N, 3, same
Mary H, 1, same
Sarah E, 7/12, same (This shows Sarah as born Nov. 1879?)

William W. Dunehew died before next census. He could be buried in Black River twp, Independence Co Ar as family stayed in that area for sometime.
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Per 1900 Boone Co. AR Census :
236 238 McAffee, Spencer ( Head ) WM 1829 -32 ? age 68 M 35 North Carolina Virginia North Carolina
" , Surilda ( wife ) WF 1842 ? age 57 M 35 Indiana Tennessee Indiana
" , Spencer A. ( son ) WM 1873 age 27 S Missouri North Carolina Indiana
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Per 1910 Boone Co. AR Census : Elixr TWP; enumerated on April 15, 1910
HH 51 - 51 McAfee, Spencer A. ( Head ) MW age 77 M 60 Born : Georgia Father b. US Mother b. US
McAfee, Sirilla ( Wife ) FW age 66 M 46 Born : Indiana Father b. TN Mother b. Indiana
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Harrison Times of Dec. 7th, 1912 -Spencer McAfee, aged eighty years and ten months passed from this world to the world beyond on Nov. 14th, 1912. He served in the Civil War, was a minister of of the gospel, a good citizen and loved by all those who knew him. He leaves a wife, three sons and three daughters to mourn his loss. He was laid to rest in the York Cemetery. Rev. John Carter conducted services.
YORK CEMETERY IN BOONE CO. AR, RECORDS SHOWED : 268. McAfee, Spencer - 15 Jan. 1832 - 14 Nov. 1912 "Co. K 16 Mo. Cav." (ft. mkr.) (1880 Census Ozark Co., MO)
269. McAfee, Surilda J. - 13 Jan. 1840 - 13 May 1917 wf./Spencer (nee Donahue-info/relative) ( 1880 Ozark Co.MO)

More About SPENCER ALVIN MCAFEE:
Burial: 1912, York Cemetery, Bergman, Arkansas

Children of SURILDA DUNEHEW and SPENCER MCAFEE are:
i. UNKNOWN4 MCAFEE, b. 1867; d. August 16, 1867.
ii. UNKNOWN MCAFEE, b. 1868; d. April 14, 1868.
iii. JOHN WESLEY MCAFEE, b. 1869; d. September 20, 1879.

Notes for JOHN WESLEY MCAFEE:
Per Tina Rogers Beller files ; per Michael McAfee files and others.

8. iv. MARY FRANCIS MCAFEE, b. January 24, 1871, West Plains, Howell Co., Misssouri; d. March 05, 1935, Bergman, Arkansas.
v. JAMES NEWTON MCAFEE, b. February 02, 1873; d. May 20, 1873.

Notes for JAMES NEWTON MCAFEE:
Per Michael McAfee files; Per Tina Rogers Beller files

9. vi. JASPER B. MCAFEE, b. October 27, 1875, Missouri ?; d. September 09, 1936, Oklahoma.
vii. AMELIA BELLE MCAFEE, b. January 27, 1877, Missouri; d. Unknown; m. I. WELKER MILLER, October 09, 1898, Boone Co. AR; d. Unknown.

Notes for AMELIA BELLE MCAFEE:
Per the info given me by Michael L. McAfee, BGEN,
"Amelia Belle McAfee was born 27 Jan, 1871. " Per the Cemetery listing of her sister, Mary Francis McAfee and the info my mother had on her grandmother, Mary Francis, we have a date of her birth ( Mary Francis McAfee's ) as being Jan. 24, 1871 in West Plains, MO. Could these two daughters of Spencer and Surilda Jane Dunehew have been twins ? - Tina Rogers Beller June 2003.

Per Jim Breece files on Dec. 29, 2005 :
" I. W. Miller ( 19 ) married Belle McAfee ( 21 ) of Keener AR., on Oct. 9th, 1898. "

Per Tina Rogers Beller Files :

1880 Ozark Co Mo census, Richland twp, June 22, pg 29 images, pg 561C
263/268 Campbell, John M, 24, Il/In/Ky
Sarah F, 20, In/Nc/Nc
John, 65, In/Mas/Mas
Darcus, 61, Ky/Ky/Ky
Lindermith?, John, 33, Oh/Oh/Oh
Mary, 20, Il/Il/Il
McAfee, Spencer, 48, Nc/Va/Nc
Surilda, 40, In/In/In
Mary F, 9, Mo/Nc/In
Jasper B, 5, Ar/Nc/In
Amelia B, 3, Mo/Nc/In ( Amelia Belle McAfee who is listed as Belle McAfee who md. I. W. Miller ) b. abt. 1847 in MO.
Amanda E, 1, Mo/Nc/In

Per another file of Ira Welker Miller b. Dec. 14, 1878 he had wife named Permillia Belle Dora MacAfee whom we believe to be our Amelia B. ( Belle ) McAfee but the date of birth for Permillia Belle MacAfee is given being Jan. 27, 1877 in Bergman, Boone Co. AR. More research is needed to clarify the name of this individual but we are going by our McAfee's records of census data and other court house files, which listed her as Amelia B. McAfee, as the name of AMELIA has passed on in the McAfee lines. I believe Amelia E. McAfee shown as age 3 on above 1880 Ozark Co. MO Census, may have been born closer to 1877 than to 1871 per Michael McAfee's files, however. - Tina Rogers Beller, May 15, 2007.

viii. AMANDA ELZIRA/ELVIRA ( ELLA ) MCAFEE, b. June 03, 1879, Dora, Missouri; d. December 23, 1967, Garden City, Kansas; m. R. P. JONES, September 04, 1897, Boone Co. AR.

Notes for AMANDA ELZIRA/ELVIRA ( ELLA ) MCAFEE:
Per Michael McAfee files, Tina Rogers Beller files and others.

Per Jim Breece files on Dec. 29, 2005 :
" R. P. Jones married Mandy Elzira McAfee in Boone Co. on the 4th of Sept., 1897. Both listed home as Keener AR. "

Notes for R. P. JONES:
1930 HAMILTON CO. KS, Census, Syracuse TWP: enumerated on April 3, 1930 by George R. Schroll:

HH 9 - 11 JONES, Robert P. Head MW 58 M 25 Born : AR Father b. GA Mother b. US Farmer
" , ELLA Wife FW 52 M 18 Born : MO Father b. GA Mother b. IND. Seamtress
" , John H. Son MW 17 Single Born : AR Father b. MO Mother b. MO
Dees, Robert W. Grandson MW 10 Single Born : OK Father b. AR Mother b. AR
" , Freda M. Granddau. FW 7 Single Born : OK Father b. AR Mother b. AR

HH - 12 SHOOK, Jasper J. Head MW 24 M 22 Born : AR Father b. US Mother b. MO Cook in Restaurant
" , Pearl I. Wife FW 21 M 5 Born : OK Father b. TN Mother b. OK None
" , Bettie J. Dau. FW 9/12 S Born : OK Father b. AR Mother b. OK
Bennett, Jack R. Step/Son MW 3 3/12 S Born : KS Father b. IOWA Mother b. OK

10. ix. SPENCER ALVIN MCAFEE, b. November 12, 1882, Missouri; d. Aft. 1920, Oklahoma.

6. JOHN CALVIN3 DUNEHEW (WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born January 25, 1843 in Evansville, Spencer Co., Indiana, and died July 05, 1928. He married (1) MARGARET BLYER Bet. 1861 - 1864. She was born Bet. 1843 - 1850 in Illinois, and died Unknown. He married (2) CASSIE EMALINE THORPE April 21, 1867 in Lawrence Co. ARKANSAS. She was born May 03, 1833 in ALABAMA or KENTUCKY, and died Unknown. He married (3) ELIZABETH ANN ELLIOTT February 25, 1897 in Strawberry, Lawrence Co. ARKANSAS. She was born Abt. 1846 in ALABAMA, and died Unknown. He married (4) MATTIE V. BELLE February 27, 1901 in Powhatan, Lawrence County, Arkansas. She was born 1862, and died Unknown. He married (5) FANNIE LOHNER July 12, 1911 in Lawrence Co. ARKANSAS. She was born 1851 in ALABAMA, and died Unknown.

Notes for JOHN CALVIN DUNEHEW:
John C. Dunehew was age 7 in 1850 Izard Co. AR Census of William C. Donahoo/ Dunehew family. - Tina Rogers Beller, Aug. 12, 2004.

Per Powhatan Cemetery in Powhatan, Lawrence, Arkansas :
JOHN CALVIN DUNEHEW b. 25 Jan. 1843, d. 5 July 1928 Unmarked; 16 MO Cavalry, Co. K.; 8 MO Cavalry

ID : 106173 John Calvin Dunehew by UNKNOWN e-mail : carjoy@neosoft.com

Reference Number : 6173
Note from Nancy Mattthews : J. C. Dunehew charged with giving away whiskey on election day, 3 Nov 1896 it being the day on whihc the general election for the election of the Presidential Electors and Congressmen was held in said county and district did unlawfully give away one gallon of whiskey on and during said day. Released on $200 bail. Court date : 24 Feb. 1897. Verdict : WE the jury find for the defense and not guilty. J. f. Geee, Foreman. Book B : 348.

1860 Howell Co. MO Census pg. 570, line 4 dwelling 198, family 198 ( Dunehew, William C. )
Note : 1860 Howell Co. MO census, Miat TWP taken 20th June 1860 by L. G. Thomas, Asst. Marshal, pg. 10 ( 570) line 4 ; dwelling 198, family 198 :

Dunaho, William C. 44 ( 1816 ) male, farmer, $100 real estate, $200 personal estate born in TN
Mary 43 ( 1817 ) female ; born in IN
Sarilda J. 22 ( 1838 ) female ; IN ( can't read or write )
John C. 16 ( 1844 ) male ; Farm Laborer IN ( attended school )
Manerva 14 ( 1846 ) female ; IN ( attended school )
Louisa 12 ( 1848) female ; AR
William W. 10 ( 1850) male; AR
Mary A. 8 ( 1852 ) female; AR
Jasper N. 4 ( 1856) male AR

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1870 Independance Co. Arkansas Im. 1 / 35 Ancestry. Com census
Ancestry.com also listed personal information page with following : ( est. birth year for John C. Donnahou 1841 Indiana ; home in 1870 is Black River, Independence Arkansas. He is white male : Post office Batesville Roll M593_55 page 34 Image 67 Year 1870. ) (John C. Donnahou had neighbor in HH 2-2- named Ambrose Wallace age 21 b. TN.)

3-3 DONNAHOU JOHN C. 28 MW Farmer born in INDIANA
" Emiline 28 FW Keepinghouse ALABAMA
" Alonzo 8 MW ARKANSAS
" William C. 6 MW ARKANSAS
" James M. 4 MW ARKANSAS
" Nancy J. 1 FW ARKANSAS

1880 Lawrence Co. AR Census, dwelling 114, family 115:
Dunehew, John Calvin
1880 Lawrence Co. AR census Reeds Creek TWP , enumerated 1 June, 1880 114/115
Dunehew, John C. age 56 ( 1824 ) ( Farmer ) IN ( Indiana ) ( Indiana ) ( John listed his parents both b. Indiana ? )
, Emaline 57 ( 1823 ) wife, ( K. H. ) AL. AL. AL ( Emaline and parents all b. Alabama )
, Wm. C. 15 ( 1865 ) son, (w.o.f. ) MO. IN. AL ( Wm. b. MO parents b. IN & AL. )
, James P. 12 ( 1868 ) son, (w.o.f.) AR. IN. AL. ( Jas. P. b. AR, parents b. IN & AL. )
, Nancy J. 10 ( 1870 ) dau. ( at home ) AR. IN. AL. ( Nancy J. b. AR, parents b. IN & AL )
, John R. 8 ( 1872 ) son ( at home ) AR IN. AL. ( John R. b. AR, parents b. IN & AL. )
, Louisa M. 6 ( 1874 ) dau. ( at home ) MO IN AL. ( Louisa b. MO parents b. IN & AL. )
, David S. 1 ( 1879 ) son ( at home ) AR IN AL. ( David S. b. AR parents b. IN & AL. )

( Living next door to John Calvin Dunehew in HH 113- 114 is Allen Sutton ( BM ) age 46? and wife Eliza J. ( BF ) age 31 with children Sarah J. age 14, Sopha V. age 6, George H. age 4 Balor P. age 2 Andrew J. ag 1/ 12 ; Celie age 67. )
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1910 Lawrence Co. AR Census dwelling 15, famiy 15 ( Dunhew, James Calvin )
1910 Lawrence Co. AR Census, Black River TWP, Powhatan Town, enumerated 15 Apr 1910 15/15 Fishes
Dunehew, Jas C. age 68 ( 1842 )
, Martha V. 46 ( 1864 )

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1920 Lawrence Co. AR Census, dwelling 6, family 6 ( Dunehew, John Calvin )
1920 Lawrence Co. AR Census Powhatan Town, Black River TWP enumerated 2 Jan 1920, 6/6
Dunehew, John age 76 ( 1844 ) born in IN
, Fannie 77 ( 1843 ) AL
Shows John's father born in in TN and his mother born in PA.

* The 1850 Izard Co. AR Census shows the father of John Calvin Dunehew being William C. Dunehew age 34 born in 1816 TN was a white male farmer and married to MARY age 31 born in 1819 in INC ( a white female ). Surilda age 12 born in IN ( born in 1838 per this census but on other census has been listed closer to birth year of 1840 ).

Per TIna Rogers Beller, Aug. 10, 2004 :
Surilda shown on the 1850 Izard Co. AR census is my GG Grandmother Surilda Jane Dunehew who md. Spencer Alvin McAfee.

Per Catherine Swartz file on SCHWARTZ family listing JOHN CALVIN DUNEHEW :
" John Calvin Dunehew b. 24 Jan. 1843 in Evensville, Indiana, ( Spencer Co. ) ; d. 5 July 1928 in Powahatan, Lawrence Co. AR.
Event: "Scar on right side of neck. While mother was nursing a coal of fire fell from her pipe and burned Description. "
Event : " Military Unknown : Enlisted Lollar, Missouri 8 th Missouri Calvary/ 16th Missouri Calvary, Co. K. "
Occupation : Farmer in Howell Co. Missouri
(( also per Catherine's file, she listed Cassie Emoline Thorpe b. Kentucky ( Cassie , 1st wife of John Calvin Dunehew.) Also per Catherine he had 2nd wife Frances Anderson Allen, and John Calvin's 3rd wife as Margaret Blyer. Per my census data, it looks as if Frances was wife of John in 1920 and that Emaline is wife in 1880 in Lawrence Co. MO. census.

More About JOHN CALVIN DUNEHEW:
Burial: 1928, Powhatan Cemetery, Powhatan, Lawrence Co. Arkansas

Notes for CASSIE EMALINE THORPE:
Per Nancy Matthews information within her "DECSCENDANTS of HENRY DUNEHEW" Genealogy :
1. Margaret BLYER b. abt. 1864 md. John Calvin Dunehew b. 1843 Evensvile, Spencer Co. INDIANA was his first wife ;
2. Cassie Emaline THORPE md. John Calvin Dunehew and was his 2nd wife on 21 April 1867 in Lawrence Co, AR. She was born 5 March 1840 Kentucky and died 24 January, 1896 in Powhatan, Lawrence, Arkansas.
3. Elizabeth Ann ELLIOTT married John Calvin Dunehew on Feb. 24, 1897 in Strawberry, Lawrence Co., Ar and was his 3rd wife. She was born 1846 Alabama and died bef. 1900
4. Mattie V. BELLE , Mrs. married John Calvin Dunehew on Feb. 27, 1901 in Powhatan, Lawrence, Arkansas. She was born 1862.
5. Frances "Fannie" ANDERSON married John Calvin Dunehew on 12 July 1911 in Lawrence Co. AR. She was born in 1851 ALABAMA.

Child of JOHN DUNEHEW and MARGARET BLYER is:
i. WILLIAM CALVIN4 DUNEHEW, b. 1865; d. Unknown.

Children of JOHN DUNEHEW and CASSIE THORPE are:
ii. JAMES PRESLEY4 DUNEHEW, b. 1867, Arkansas; d. Unknown.
iii. NANCY JANE DUNEHEW, b. February 18, 1870, Arkansas; d. Unknown.
iv. JOHN ROBERT DUNEHEW, b. April 16, 1873, Evening Shade, Sharp Co. Arkansas; d. Unknown.
v. LOUISE M. DUNEHEW, b. May 1874, Missouri; d. Unknown.
vi. DAVID S. DUNEHEW, b. 1879, Arkansas; d. Unknown.

Notes for DAVID S. DUNEHEW:
Per Catherine Swartz listing David Calvin ( D. C. ) Dunehew b. 27 March, 1875 in Strawberry, Arkansas per her Ancestry.com file " Swartz" we seem to have conflicting name for David Dunehew etc. I have used census data on John Calvin Dunehew to identify individuals but this same census data may be from Ginger Turner who is in direct Dunehew line also. - Tina Rogers Beller, Aug. 12, 2004.

vii. MANERVA ELIZABETH DUNEHEW, b. November 1883; d. Unknown.

7. WILLIAM WESLEY3 DUNEHEW (WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born Bet. 1849 - 1850, and died Unknown. He married (1) LOUISA MARGARETT HOLLINGWORTH January 16, 1870 in Independence, Arkansas, by Spencer McAfee, MG.. She was born Abt. 1854, and died Unknown. He married (2) OFFA L. S. BRASHER July 28, 1881 in Sharp Co. AR. She was born March 1866, and died Unknown.

Notes for WILLIAM WESLEY DUNEHEW:
William W. Dunehew / Dunaho age 10 in household of William C. Dunaho/ Dunehew in the 1860 Howell Co. MO Census. - Tina Rogers Beller

Per Ginger Turner :

1880 Black River twp. Independence Co. Ar. census, June 26th, pg32 images

302/302 Dunahoo, William, 31, farmer, Ar, unk, unk
Louiza M., 26, wife, Ar,unk,unk
James C, 9, Ar/Ar/Ar
John M, 6, same
Levi N, 3, same
Mary H, 1, same
Sarah E, 7/12, same (This shows Sarah as born Nov. 1879?)

Marriage information per Ginger Turner.

Per NANCY MATTHEWS data :

per the 1880 Independence Co. AR Census sheet 32, line 21 ( Dunehew, William W. )
1880 Independence Co. AR Census , Black River TWP. , Vol. 6 e.D. 121, Sheet 32, Line 21 :
DUNAHOO, William 31 ( 1849 )
" Louiza M. 26 ( 1854 )
" , James C. 9 ( 1871 )
" , John M. 6 ( 1874 )
" , Levi N. 3 ( 1877 )
" , Mary H. 1 ( 1879 )
" , Sarah E. 7/12 ( 1880 )

Children of WILLIAM DUNEHEW and LOUISA HOLLINGWORTH are:
11. i. JAMES C.4 DUNEHEW, b. Abt. 1871; d. Unknown.
ii. JOHN M. DUNEHEW, b. Abt. 1874; d. Unknown.
iii. LEVI N. DUNEHEW, b. Abt. 1877; d. Unknown.
iv. MARY H. DUNEHEW, b. Abt. 1879; d. Unknown.
12. v. SARAH ELIZABETH DUNEHEW, b. November 22, 1879; d. Unknown.

Generation No. 4

8. MARY FRANCIS4 MCAFEE (SURILDA JANE3 DUNEHEW, WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born January 24, 1871 in West Plains, Howell Co., Misssouri, and died March 05, 1935 in Bergman, Arkansas. She married (1) HENRY WEAVER Abt. 1889. He died Unknown. She married (2) MATT MCGUIRE October 08, 1897 in Boone Co. AR. He was born March 1864 in Kentucky, and died Unknown. She married (3) JACOB JEROME "JASPER" SHOOK November 16, 1905, son of JACOB SHOOK and HANNAH SCHMIDT. He was born May 22, 1848 in Watseka, Iroquois Co., Illinois, and died May 04, 1910 in Keener, Boone Co. AR..

Notes for MARY FRANCIS MCAFEE:
Per Elsie B. Davidson Rogers:

Mary Francis McAfee married Henry Weaver ( 1st Husband ) had 1 child : Edna Surelda Weaver b. Jan. 2, 1890

Mary Francis McAfee married Matt McGuire ( 2nd Husband ) had 2 children: Spencer Keef McGuire who d. 1900; and Betty McGuire b. 1900 AR & married Unknown Moxey, or Maxey. ( per 1900 Newton Co. AR census, Mat McGuire may have had son Edward G. McGuire from a previous marriage in KY since that is where Edward G. McGuire was born. Mary Francis McAfee, Weaver had been born in MO, then lived in AR when she met Mat McGuire, it is believed. Mat McGuire had previously been married and his son by this marriage was Edward G. McGuire born Aug. 1882 in KY. ( Edward G. McGuires parents were also born in KY ). Betty J. McGuire born Jan. 1900 in AR, is daughter of Mary Francis McAfee Weaver b. MO. and Mat McGuire, b. KY. Surilda E. Weaver is listed on the 1900 Newton Co. AR census in Mat McGuires household and is his step-daughter, Edna Surilda WEAVER b. Jan. 1890 AR ( father was HENRY WEAVER and mother was MARY FRANCIS McAFEE. ) Henry WEAVER b. Newton Co. AR.

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Per James Breece Files on Jan. 13, 2006 :

" Mat McGuire of Keener, Ar. married Mary Francis Weaver of Keener on the 8th of October, 1897. Taken from the Boone Co. marriage records. "

Mary Francis McAfee married Jerome Shook ( 3rd Husband ) had 2 children : Jasper Shook, and Ella Shook who married Unknown Conley.

Per 1900 Newton Co. AR census :
51 54 McGuire, Mat ( Head ) W. M. March 1864 46 M. 3 KY KY KY
" , Mary F. ( wife ) W. F. Jan 1871 29 M. 332 MO GA IN
" , Edward G. ( son ) W. M. Aug. 1882 17 S. KY KY KY
" , Betty J. ( dau. ) W. F. Jan 1900 4/12 S. AR KY MO
WEAVER Surilda E. ( step dau. ) W. F. Jan. 1890 10 S. AR AR MO

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Per Jim Breece files on Dec. 29, 2005 :
" Jerome Shook ( 57 ) married Mary F. McGuire ( 35 ) of Keener AR on the 16th day of Nov. 1905. "

NOTES BY TINA ROGERS BELLER :
The first wife of JACOB JEROME SHOOK was PARALEE ANN ROWLETT SHOOK who had died on May 17, 1904 and they had young daughter VERA SHOOK about 1901, so by Nov. 16th, 1905 JACOB JEROME SHOOK had married our MARY FRANCIS McAFEE WEAVER McGUIRE. - Tina Rogers Beller, May 01, 2006.

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Per Tina Rogers Beller files :
( note that Mary Francis McAfee Weaver, McGuire Shook had listed her father born in SOUTH CAROLINA on her 1920 Boone Co. AR Census and the following 1930 Montrose Co. Colorado census where she lived with her daughter Betty J. McGuire Maxey and her family she had listed her father born in NORTH CAROLINA in keeping with the census for her father SPENCER A. McAFEE Sr. )

1920 Boone Co. AR Census :
Elixr TWP : Enumerated on January 17th, 19th and 20th, 1920 by W. P. Roark :

HH 140 - 143 SHOOK, Mary F. ( Head ) FW 49 Wd. Born : MISSOURI Father born : SOUTH CAROLINA Mother born : INDIANA
Shook, Bette J. ( dau. ) FW 20 S Born : ARKANSAS Father born : KENTUCKY Mother born : MISSOURI
Shook, Jasper J. ( son ) MW 13 S Born : ARKANSAS Father born : KENTUCKY Mother born : MISSOURI
Shook, Ella E. ( dau. ) FW 10 S Born : ARKANSAS Father born : KENTUCKY Mother born : MISSOURI

Also living nearby is ERNEST B. SHOOK age 29 and wife LOUISA and their children listed as : MUMFORD M. age 1 1/2 ( dau. ) ; EDWARD B. SHOOK ( brother ) ; VERA SHOOK ( sister ) in Household No. 135 - 138.

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Per Tina Rogers Beller files :

1930 Montrose Co. Colorado; Calfornia Mesa Township; Precinct 14:
Enumerated on April 23, 1930 by Herman W. Wolffing, enumerator :

HH 256 - 262 MAXEY, BETTY J. ( Head - H ) FW 30 M 20 Born : ARKANSAS Father born : KENTUCKY Mother born : MISSOURI
Maxey, Wayne H. ( son ) MW 8 S Born : ARKANSAS Father born : ARKANSAS Mother born : ARKANSAS
Maxey, Maria ( dau. ) FW 7 S Born : ARKANSAS Father born : ARKANSAS Mother born : ARKANSAS
Maxey, James C. ( son ) MW 6 S Born : S. DAKOTA Father born : ARKANSAS Mother born : ARKANSAS
Maxey, Donald C. ( son ) MW 4 1/2 S Born : OKLAHOMA Father born : ARKANSAS Mother born : ARKANSAS
Maxey, John J. ( son ) MW 1 2/12 S Born : S. DAKOTA Father born : ARKANSAS Mother born : ARKANSAS
SHOOK, Mary F. ( mother ) FW 58 Wd. Born : MISSOURI Father born : N. CAROLINA Mother born : INDIANA

At this time it is not fully known if Mary Francis McAfee Weaver, McGuire, Shook had died in COLORADO or in ARKANSAS, and my feeling is that she may have moved back to ARKANSAS and died there in 1935. She is buried in the YORK CEMETERY, Boone Co. AR. - Tina Rogers Beller, May 02, 2006.

BOONE COUNTY ARKANSAS, YORK CEMETERY SHOWED :

404. Shook, Mary F. - 1871 - 1935 mother dau./S. & S. J. McAfee
(see McAfee, S. & S. J.)

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Per Ginger Turner :

1880 Ozark Co Mo census, Richland twp, June 22, pg 29 images, pg 561C
263/268 Campbell, John M, 24, Il/In/Ky
Sarah F, 20, In/Nc/Nc
John, 65, In/Mas/Mas
Darcus, 61, Ky/Ky/Ky
Lindermith?, John, 33, Oh/Oh/Oh
Mary, 20, Il/Il/Il
McAfee, Spencer, 48, Nc/Va/Nc
Surilda, 40, In/In/In
Mary F, 9, Mo/Nc/In
Jasper B, 5, Ar/Nc/In
Amelia B, 3, Mo/Nc/In
Amanda E, 1, Mo/INc/In

Surilda had a sister Mary who married Buckmaster and they are living next door to each other in 1880

1880 Ozark Co Mo census, Highland twp, June 22, pg 29 images, pg 56, living one house away from her sister Surilda Dunehew
262/267 Buckmaster, William Jr, 27, Oh/Oh/Oh, farmer
Mary, 24, Ar/In/In
Louisa E, 6, Mo/Oh/Ar
Maranda I, 5, Mo/Oh/Ar
William J,4, MO/Oh/Ar
Charley S, 3, Mo/Oh/Ar
not named, male, 4/12, Mo/Oh/Ar

Maybe Mary Francis, dau of Surilda did not die in Ar. See below info1930 Montrose Co Co census, California mesa twp, April 23, pg 24 images on line
256/262 Maxey, Betty J, 30, md20, Ar/Ky/Mo
Wayne H, 6, Ar/Ar/Ar
Mavis M, 7, Ar/Ar/Ar
James C, 6, S. Dakota/Ar/Ar
Donald C, 4 8/12, Ok/Ar/Ar
John J, 1 3/12, S. Dakota/Ar/Ar
Shook, Mary F, 58, wd, Mo/Nc/In

1930 Hamilton Co Ks census, syrcuse twp, April 3, pg 1 images, pg 21
9/11 Jones, Robert P, 58, Ar/Ga/Us
Ella, 52, Mo/Ga/In
John H, 17, Ar/Ar/Mo
Dees, Robert W, 10, Ok/Ar/Ar
Freda M, 7, Ok/Ar/Ar
/12, Shook, Jasper J, 24, md22, Ar/us/Mo
Pearl I, 21, md15, Ok/Tn/Ok
Betty J, 9/12, Ok/Ar/Ok
Bennett, Jack R, 3 3/12, Ks/Ia/Ok

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More About MARY FRANCIS MCAFEE:
Burial: 1935, York Cemetery, Bergman, Arkansas

Notes for HENRY WEAVER:
Per Tina Rogers Beller Files :

We have three different families of WEAVERS in our DAVIDSON families :

First Group of WEAVERS : HENRY WEAVER ( no dates of birth, death or marriage but presumed he married MARY FRANCIS McAFEE prior to 1889-1890 in AR. or MO ) No parents known for HENRY WEAVER and he is listed being born in NEWTON CO. AR on his daughters death certificate ( Edna Surilda Weaver b. Jan. 2, 1889-1890 is Henry Weavers child by Mary Francis McAfee. ) Henry Weaver said to have returned to OKLAHOMA ( Possibly to an INDIAN RESERVATION after the birth of his daughter in 1889-1890 ). Nothing more is known of HENRY WEAVER.

Second Group of WEAVERS : ISAAC W. WEAVER b. 1844 d. 1926 in Chester Co. TN md. SARAH JOSEPHINE DAVIDSON ( d/o HARVEY LOVE DAVIDSON and SARAH ANN HICKS of McNairy Co. TN. ). Harvey Love Davidson is the brother of SARAH DAVIDSON b. 1801 NC the mother of JAMES MONROE DAVIDSON b. 1825 Hickman Co. TN who lived and died in Boone Co. AR. Parents of ISAAC W. WEAVER are ISAAC WEAVER b. abt. 1819 NC or TN and wife ELIZABETH CHEEK. As we know PRUDY ANN ELKINS who md. JAMES MONROE DAVIDSON b. 1825 TN had parents JOSEPH ELKINS and SARAH CHEEK. It is yet unknown if ELIZABETH CHEEK and SARAH CHEEK are also related.

Third Group of WEAVERS : SUSAN WEAVER b. abt. 1823 TN d. 1894 MO and md. CLINTON ALBERT MATLOCK b. 1816 TN d. 1904 MO. PARENTS of SUSAN WEAVER MATLOCK are : JAMES WEAVER b. 1800 TN or SC and wife ANNA McCLAIN b. 1800 TN. Susan Weaver and Clinton Albert Matlock are parents of MIRANDA CLEMENTINE MATLOCK who md. JAMES MILTON DAVIDSON the son of JAMES MONROE DAVIDSON b. 1825 Hickman Co. TN who md. PRUDY ANN ELKINS the dau. JOSEPH ELKINS and SARAH CHEEK.

Much misinformation on our Henry Weaver is in all our family files of the McAFee / Davidson families. At one time, it was thought HENRY WEAVER was HENRY O. WEAVER, a Cherokee or Creek Indian who left Mary Francis McAfee and their young daughter Edna Surilda Weaver with the McAfee family. Some of our families information included name of Henry O. Weaver as having married Mary Francis McAfee in 1887 in Henrietta, OK. and divorced Mary Francis McAfee on Sept. 18, 1888 but Edna Surilda Weaver wasn't yet born until 1889 or 1890. Using census data, I have listed that Edna Surilda Weaver was born in Jan. 1890 as shown on her step-fathers 1900 Newton Co. AR Census below : ( After the birth of Surilda E. Weaver, her mother Mary Francis McAFee then married Mat McGuire whose census data shows his step dau. Surilda E. Weaver living in his household in 1900 Newton Co. AR. )

Per 1900 Newton Co. AR census :
51 54 McGuire, Mat ( Head ) W. M. March 1864 46 M. 3 KY KY KY
" , Mary F. ( wife ) W. F. Jan 1871 29 M. 332 MO GA IN
" , Edward G. ( son ) W. M. Aug. 1882 17 S. KY KY KY
" , Betty J. ( dau. ) W. F. Jan 1900 4/12 AR KY MO
WEAVER Surilda E. ( step dau. ) W. F. Jan. 1890 10 S. AR AR MO

My family files also show that Henry Weaver may have married Mary Francis McAfee about 1889, long after some had listed he had divorced her by 1888. Mary Francis McAfee has birth year of 1871 in Howell Co. MO so she would only have been age 17 in 1888, and 18 by 1889, but no location of this marriage or any marriage records have I found in their names so far. Also no known Divorce decree or papers are in my files of Henry O. Weaver or Henry Weaver and Mary Francis McAFee. So until we have further proof of Henry Weaver's verifications, it is hard to know what is accurate and inaccurate regarding this man. Family oral histories say he returned to Henrietta, OK. where he had supposedly married Mary Francis McAfee in 1887. These same family files had listed that Henry O. Weaver was a full blood Indian, but there is absolutely no proof so far of his verifications on any of these oral histories. In time, perhaps Native American researchers will have more regarding this man named HENRY or HENRY O. WEAVER. We have so far been unable to determine when Henry was born, much less where he lived, or when he married and divorced Mary Francis McAfee from my own work on this branch of our family. No one has yet shared any of the verifications if there are any, or court papers stating the facts listed in some of these oral histories, and until I see further proof of his marriage and divorce from Mary Francis McAfee, much of this information on Henry is sheer speculation on part of many of us. - Tina Rogers Beller, Jan. 07, 2007.

Notes for MATT MCGUIRE:

Per James Breece Files on Jan. 13, 2006 :

" Mat McGuire of Keener, Ar. married Mary Francis Weaver of Keener on the 8th of October, 1897. Taken from the Boone Co. marriage records. "
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Per Tina Rogers Beller files :

Per 1900 Newton Co. AR census :
51 54 McGuire, Mat ( Head ) W. M. March 1864 46 M. 3 KY KY KY
" , Mary F. ( wife ) W. F. Jan 1871 29 M. 332 MO GA IN
" , Edward G. ( son ) W. M. Aug. 1882 17 S. KY KY KY
" , Betty J. ( dau. ) W. F. Jan 1900 4/12 AR KY MO
WEAVER Surilda E. ( step dau. ) W. F. Jan. 1890 10 S. AR AR MO ( dau. HENRY WEAVER and MARY FRANCIS McAFEE )

Surilda E. Weaver is step daughter to MAT McGUIRE of the 1900 Newton Co. AR Census. Her mother was MARY FRANCIS McAFEE WEAVER when she married MAT McGUIRE.

Shown in above census is Mary F. McQuire ( Mary Francis McAfee Weaver ) along with Edward G. McGuire the son of Mat McGuire and his first wife who was bron in KY as was Mat. Betty J. McGuire born Jan. 1900 is the daughter of Mat McGuire and 2nd wife, Mary Francis McAfee Weaver. Mat McQuire and Mary Francis McAfee divorced when Betty was about 4 years old per family oral histories. By 16th day of Nov., 1905, Mary Francis McAfee Weaver, McGuire then married JEROME SHOOK. They had two children named Jasper J. Shook born Jujly 26, 1906, AR. and Ella E. Shook born Feb. 27, 1909, AR. Mary Francis McAfee Weaver McGuire Shook died on March 05, 1935 and is buried in the York Cemetery, Boone Co. AR. near her parents Spencer Alvin McAFee and Surelda Jane Dunehew.

Edna Surilda Weaver, ( Mat McGuire's step-daughter ) married Samuel Bascum Davidson.

"S. S. Marriage License :
The matrimonty between Mr. Bass Davidson, age 21 Mt. Hersey Arkansas, County Newton and State of Arkansas ( to ) Miss Suralda Weaver age 18, Bergman, Arkansas County of Boone, and State of Arkansas.

S. S. Marriage License :
The Matrimony Between Mr. Bass Davidson and Suralda Edna Weaver
Bass Davidson, Mt. Hersey Arkansas, age 21.

Suralda Edna Weaver, Bergman, Arkansas, age 18. County of Boone, State of Arkansas.

According to Law. and do you affiictily Sign and return these License to the Parties here in hand. J. G. Marler.

do here by certify that on this day. 22 Nov. 1908, A. D. I did duly and according to Law as commanded in the fargoing License solimize and rite and Publish the Bond of Martrimony Between the Parties . . Mr. Bass Davidson and Miss Suralda Edna Davidson witness my Hand on the 22 day of Nov. 1908, A. D. - J. G. Marler, A. D. "

Notes for JACOB JEROME "JASPER" SHOOK:
Per records of Jim Breece :
Jerome Shook ( 57 ) married Mary F. McGuire ( 35 ) of Keener AR on the 16th of Nov. 1905.

1880 Boone Co. AR Census, Town of Harrison, Dist. 18 Image 30/38

HH 281 -286 SHOOK, GEROME WM age 32 Farmer b. ILL Father b. PRUSSIA Mother b. PA
" , Paralee A. WF age 28 Wife b. AR Father b. AR Mother b. TN
" , Ulyssis WM age 8 Son b. AR Father b. ILL Mother b. AR
" , Alice D. WF age 4 Dau. b. AR Father b. ILL Mother b. AR
" , Ewing WM age 1 Son b. AR Father b. ILL Mother b. AR

Living in HH 276-281 is EWING ROWLETT age 45 b. AR and wife NANCY J. age 39 b. TN & family.

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1900 Boone Co. AR Census; Elixer TWP: Enumerated on 23'd & 25th days of June 1900 by John T. Maxey :

HH 238 -240 SHOOK, JASPER J. Head WM b. ILL age 52 ( Illegible ( Illegible )
" , Pasilena Wife WF b. ? ( illegible ) ( illegible )
" , Jacob O. Son WM b. Feb. 1886 age 14 S b. AR Father b. ILL Mother b. AR
" , Ernest B. Son WM b. Jan. 1890 age 9 S b. AR Father b. ILL Mother b. AR
" , Edward B. Son WM b. Feb. 1893 age 7 S b. AR Father b. ILL Mother b. AR

PASILENA SHOOK must be misspelling for PARALEE ANN ROWLETT SHOOK, but the 1900 Boone Co. AR Census showing her name is so illegible that mistakes could be made on this census.

Living in HH 236 - 238 is Spencer McAfee age 68 b. NC and wife Serilda age 54 b. IN, with son Spencer A. McAfee living in HH 237-239 who is age 27 and single b. MO.
Mary Francis McAfee Weaver, McGuire is the daughter of Spencer McAFee and wife Serilda Jane Dunahew who would later marry Jasper J. Shook in abt. 1905.

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1910 Boone Co. AR Census; Elixer TWP : Dist 42 Image 9/13 : enumerated on 15th day of April 1910 by George O. Rushing :

HH 80-82 SHOOK, GEROME Head MW age 52 M2 5 b. ILL Father b. Germany Mother b. PA
" , Mary F. Wife FW age 39 M3 555 b. MO Father b. SC Mother b. IN
" , Beverly Son MW age 20 S b. AR Father b. ILL Mother b. AR ( Ernest B. Shook )
" , Edward B. Son MW age 17 S b. AR Father b. ILL Mother b. AR
McGuire , Betty J. Step-Dau. FW age 16 S b. AR Father b. US Mother b. MO
SHOOK, Vera Dau. FW age 8 S b. AR Father b. ILL Mother b. MO ( Paralee b. AR; Milina b. AR )
" , Jasper J. Son MW age 3 S b. AR Father b. ILL Mother b. MO
" , Ella A. Dau. FW age 2/12 S b. AR Father b. ILL Mother b. MO

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Per " SHOOK FAMILY HISTORY " by Mrs. Emit ( Myrtle ) Jones :

"Jacob Jerome Shook is the genealogical line connection to the Jenkins line. Here is some of his biography. " :

" Jacob Jerome Shook was the second son. He was born May 22, 1848 at Watseka, Iroquois County, Illinois. When he was sixteen he enrolled into the infantry at Middleport, Iroquois County, Illinois company D 150th Illinois volunteers. He was discharged from the military service January 16, 1866. After his discharge he returned to Iroquois County, and hen moved with his family to Boone County, Arkansas, that was the later part of 1870. It is believed that Jacob Jerome settled in Harrison Township, Boone County, Arkansas, because he was living there when the 1880 census was taken. "

" He married PARALEE ANN ROWLETT July 4, 1872 at Harrison, Boone County, Arkansas. He was 24 years old and she was 16 years old. The Justice of the Peace was SEABORN HUDSON. Tradition says that PARALEE had some Indian ancestry. PARALEE was born in Carroll County, Arkansas May 14, 1856. EWING ROWLETT was her father, mother was NANCY JANE MILAM ( MILUM ). PARALEE died May 17, 1904. She was buried in the Old Milam Cemetery in Harrison, Boone County, Arkansas a long with her parents. This is a family cemetery. JACOB JEROME died May 4, 1910. He is also buried there. Jacob Jerome was a farmer and a mail carrier. He lived his remaining years at Keener, Arkansas. "

" There are no known Shooks from his line living in Boone County, Arkansas. There are a few of the Griffis family remaining today in Boone County, Arkansas. "

More About JACOB JEROME "JASPER" SHOOK:
Burial: 1910, Old Milum or Liberty Cem. , Silver Valley Comm. , Boone Co. AR

Child of MARY MCAFEE and HENRY WEAVER is:
13. i. EDNA SURELDA5 WEAVER, b. January 02, 1890, Searcy Co. AR; d. September 05, 1930, Searcy Co. AR.

Children of MARY MCAFEE and MATT MCGUIRE are:
ii. SPENCER KEEF5 MCGUIRE, d. 1900.
14. iii. BETTY MCGUIRE, b. 1900; d. Unknown.

Children of MARY MCAFEE and JACOB SHOOK are:
15. iv. JASPER J.5 SHOOK, b. July 26, 1906, Arkansas; d. April 1986, Solono Co. CA.
16. v. ELLA E. SHOOK, b. February 27, 1909, Boone County, Arkansas; d. November 04, 1978, Garden City, Kansas.

9. JASPER B.4 MCAFEE (SURILDA JANE3 DUNEHEW, WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born October 27, 1875 in Missouri ?, and died September 09, 1936 in Oklahoma. He married MARY E. UNKNOWN Abt. 1895. She was born August 1876 in Arkansas, and died Unknown.

Notes for JASPER B. MCAFEE:
Per Elsie B. Davidson files, Per Michael McAfee files and others.

Was in Boone Co. AR Census in 1900.

Per Tina Rogers Beller files :
1900 Boone Co. AR Census; Elixr TWP; Enumerated on 25th day of June, 1900 by John T. Maxey, enumerator.
HH 246 - 248 McAFee, Jasper B. ( Head ) 3/c WM Oct. 1874 25 M. 5 yrs. Born : Arkansas Father Born : NC Mother Born ; Indiana
" , Mary E. ( Wife ) WF Aug. 1876 23 M. 5 yrs 3 children; 3 living ; Born : Arkansas Father Born : NC Mother Born : ________
" , Toy R. ( son ) WM Feb. 1896 4 S. Born : Arkansas Father Born : ARK Mother Born : ARK.
" , Ralph R. ( Son ) WM Feb. 1898 2 S. Born : Arkansas Father Born : ARK Mother Born : ARK
" , Infant ( Son ) WM Jun 1900 1/12 ( infant 1 month old ) Born : Arkansas Father Born : ARK Mother Born : ARK

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1910 Bristow Co. OK, Cedar TWP Census : Enumerated on 25th day of April, 1910:

HH 62 - 62 McAFEE, JASPER B. ( Head ) H MW 35 M1 15yrs. Born : Arkansas Father Born : Georgia Mother Born : Indiana
" , Mary E. ( Wife ) FW 33 M1 15 yrs. 7 kids 7 living Born : Arkansas Father Born : Tennessee Mother Born : Georgia
" , Toey R. ( Son ) MW 14 S Born : Arkansas Father Born : Arkansas Mother Born : Arkansas
" , Ralph R. ( Son ) MW 12 S Born : Arkansas Father Born : Arkansas Mother Born : Arkansas
" , Arlis C. ( Son ) MW 10 S Born : Arkansas Father Born : Arkansas Mother Born : Arkansas
" , Greta A. ( Dau. ) FW 7 S Born : Oklahoma Father Born : Arkansas Mother Born : Arkansas
" , Alvin S. ( Son ) MW 5 S Born : Arkansas Father Born : Arkansas Mother Born : Arkansas
" , John E. ( Son ) MW 3 S Born : Oklahoma Father Born : Arkansas Mother Born : Arkansas
" , Nellie J. ( Dau. ) FW 6/12 S Born : Oklahoma Father Born : Arkansas Mother Born : Arkansas

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1920 BRISTOW, CREEK CO. OK. Census ; Enumerated on 13th & 16th February, 1920 :

HH 207 - 208 McAFEE, JASPER B. ( Head ) R MW 45 M Born : Arkansas Father Born : Georgia Mother Born : Indiana
" , Mary E. ( Wife ) FW 43 M Born : Arkansas Father Born : Tennessee Mother Born : Tennessee
" , Ivey R. ( Son ) MW 24 S Born : Arkansas Father Born : Arkansas Mother Born : Arkansas
" , Roy R. ( Son ) MW 22 S Born : Arkansas Father Born : Arkansas Mother Born : Arkansas
" , Arlis E. ( Son ) MW 19 S Born : Arkansas Father Born : Arkansas Mother Born : Arkansas
" , Greta A. ( Dau. ) FW 17 S Born : Oklahoma Father Born : Arkansas Mother Born : Arkansas
" , Alvin W. ( Son ) MW 14 S Born : Arkansas Father Born : Arkansas Mother Born : Arkansas
" , John E. ( Son ) MW 12 S Born : Oklahoma Father Born : Arkansas Mother Born : Arkansas
" , Nellie J. ( ? ) ( Dau. ) FW 10 S Born : Oklahoma Father Born : Arkansas Mother Born : Arkansas
" , Forest G. ( F? ) ( Son ) MW 3 7/12 Born : Oklahoma Father Born : Arkansas Mother Born : Arkansas

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1930 Oklahoma County, Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA Census : Dist. 138 :
615-628-708 McAFEE, J. B. ( Head ) R MW 54 M. 20 Born : Georgia Father Born : Georgia Mother Born : Missouri ( occ. Carpenter, h. builder )
" , Mary E. ( wife ) FW 52 M. 18 Born : Arkansas Father Born : Kentucky Mother Born : Tennessee ( occ. Cook, Cafeteria )
" , Nellie J. ( Dau. ) FW 20 S. Born : Oklahoma Father Born : Georgia Mother Born : Tennessee ( occ. none )
615-628-708 McAFEE, Forest G. ( Son ) MW 13 S. Born : Oklahoma Father Born : Georgia Mother Born : Tennessee ( occ. none )

Living in 708A is EAKINS, ARTHUR J. age 36 b. TX, and family.

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Per James Breece files : May 15, 2006.
"Maple Grove Cemetery, Seminole, Ok."

"Jasper B. McAfee 10-27-1875 d 9-9-1936
There are other McAfee's there that appear to be his wife and three sons by their ages."

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Per Tina Rogers Beller Files : May 16, 2006. :
Maple Grove Cemetery, Seminole, Oklahoma shows following McAFee's buried there :

McAFEE, ? 8-14-1875 ( born ) ; 5-7-1966 ( died ) : ( Probably Mary E. McAFEE shown in the 1900 Boone Co. AR Census as wife of Jasper B. McAfee. )
McAFEE, Alvin W. 4-18-1905 ( born ) ; 10-8-1926 ( died ) : ( probably the unborn son to Mary E. and Jasper B. McAFee not shown on 1900 BCAR Census.
McAFEE, Jasper B. 10-27-1875 ( born ) ; 9-9-1936 ( died ) : ( husband of Mary E. McAFEE who is probabaly in first grave listed ) .
McAFEE, Ralph R. 2-21-1898 ( born ) : 5-15-1965 ( died ) US NAVY, WWI ; ( son of Mary E. and Jasper B. McAFEE ).
McAFEE, Toey? R. 2-7-1896 ( born ) : 4-7-1962 ( died ) US NAVY, WWI ; ( son of Mary E. and Jasper B. McAFEE ). ( shown as TOY R. on 1900 BCAR Census. )

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Per Jim Breece files : May 15, 2006 :

"Re: Wyoming State Law Library
1938 OK CR, 65 Okl.cr 277, 85 P.2d 443"

"Roy Hodge appeal of crime of manslaughter in the first degree."

"Charge "did beat and strike the said Jasper B. McAfee on and about the head and body, then and there and thereby inflict upon the body and head of said Jasper B. McAfee by beating and striking, as aforesaid , certain mortal injuries of which mortal injuries so inflicted, the said Jasper B. McAfee died instantly."

"Jasper was beat on the 9th of Sept. and was described as 60 years old and weighing about 130 pounds and was at a Barbacue stand near Oklahoma City. "

Jim
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Hodges v State
85 P.2d 443
65 Okl.Cr. 277
Decided: 12/16/1938
Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals

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Cite as: 1938 OK CR, 65 Okl.Cr. 277, 85 P.2d 443
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(Syllabus.)

1. Homicide-Prosecution for Murder-Evidence Requiring Instruction on Manslaughter in First and Second Degree. Where the information charges one with murder, it is proper, and the duty of the court, where the facts justify, to instruct the jury upon the question of manslaughter in the first and second degree.

2. Indictment and Information--"Variance," When Material. A variance in a criminal case is an essential difference between the accusation and the proof, and a variance is not material unless it is such as might mislead the defense, or expose the defendant to the injury of being put twice in jeopardy for the same offense.

3. Homicide-Manslaughter in First Degree Perpetrated While Committing Misdemeanor-Intent to Kill Unnecessary. Oklahoma Statutes 1931, 2223, 21 Okla. St. Ann. 711, defines manslaughter in the first degree as, "1. When perpetrated without a design to effect death by a person while engaged in the commission of a misdemeanor." Under this section it is not necessary that defendant intended to kill deceased.

Appeal from District Court, Oklahoma County; Sam Hooker, Judge.

Roy Hodges was convicted of the crime of manslaughter in the first degree, and he appeals. Judgment affirmed.

Bob Howe, of Oklahoma City, for plaintiff in error.

Mac Q. Williamson, Atty. Gen., Jess L. Pullen, Asst. Atty. Gen., and Lewis R. Morris, Co. Atty., of Oklahoma City, for the State.

BAREFOOT, J. Defendant, Roy Hodges, and C. F. Daley were charged jointly with the crime of murder. A severance was had and defendant was tried separately, convicted of manslaughter in the first degree, and sentenced to serve seven years in the penitentiary, and has appealed.

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The charging part of the information was as follows: "did beat and strike the said Jasper B. McAfee on and about the head and body, then and there and thereby inflict upon the body and head of said Jasper B. McAfee by beating and striking, as aforesaid, certain mortal injuries of which mortal injuries so inflicted, as aforesaid, the said Jasper B. McAfee did instantly die, as was intended by said defendant."

It is contended by defendant: (a) That the evidence revealed that deceased died because of a broken neck, and that therefore there was a fatal variance between the proof and the allegations contained in the information; (b) that there is absolutely no evidence that deceased died from the effect of striking, beating, bruising, or blows upon the body and head, as charged in the information as being mortal wounds.

The evidence as shown by the record was that a man by the name of Fred Ward was an oil field worker in Capitol Hill, Oklahoma City. That on the 9th day of September, 1936, one R. C. Smith, who was a friend of his, came to his home. That soon thereafter they went to the business district of Capitol Hill, where he left some shoes to be repaired. They went to a resort to get a bottle of beer, and there met C. F. Daley, whom Mr. Smith knew. About 4 o'clock they again met Mr. Daley and Roy Hodges, the defendant, whom Mr. Smith knew and was wanting to see, with reference to helping him to find work in the Capitol Hill oil field. The four parties, to wit, Ward, Hodges, Daley and Smith, got in Hodges' car and drove out southwest of Capitol Hill. While out there they all took a drink of whisky from a bottle belonging to defendant, and which contained about one-fourth of a pint. They returned to a barbecue stand, located at 3319 South Robinson Avenue, arriving there about 6:30 p. m. They all got out of the car and seated themselves at one of the tables on the outside and drank several bottles of beer. While they were seated there an elderly man named Jasper B. McAfee, about

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60 years of age, and weighing about 130 pounds, came up and seated himself at a table just north of the parties named. He was sitting on a bench leaning his head on the table when one of the parties, C. F. Daley, went to where he was and turned over the bench on which Mr. McAfee was sitting. There was no cause for this, and Mr. McAfee got up and laid down on the bench. It was but a few minutes until the defendant, Roy Hodges, went over and pushed the bench over and Mr. McAfee again fell to the ground. When he got up he came over to the table where the others were sitting and protested about being interfered with, saying: "I am an old man and I try to be all right, and I don't like to be treated this way." He never at any time made any demonstration in any way toward defendant or any of the parties, and the witness Fred Ward spoke to defendant, saying: "I told him to leave him alone, he was an old man and wasn't bothering anybody." About this time a young man named Jack Adair, who worked at the barbecue stand, came up, and defendant slapped Mr. McAfee with his hand and knocked him up against a post, and he staggered and fell against the ground. The witness Jack Adair asked defendant not to have any trouble, and defendant told him to go on "or he would whip hell out of me," to which witness replied: "If I can't handle you I will get some one that can." And he started toward the car, defendant following him, and he got off the fender of the car and knocked defendant down. The deceased was picked up and laid on the bench, and was afterwards taken away in an ambulance. He died as a result of being struck by defendant. An examination by the undertaker and an interne revealed that his neck was broken, and this was the immediate cause of his death. All of the parties left the scene of the difficulty. The defendant was found the next morning at the home of a friend near Britton, north of Oklahoma City. His car was found in the woods some distance from the house. The witnesses R. C. Smith and Fred Ward did not learn of the death of deceased until the next morning when they saw an account in the news

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papers, and they immediately reported to the officers, and were witnesses in this case. The defendant did not testify.

The above statement is necessary in order to consider the question of variance between the allegations of the information and the evidence in the case. It will be noted that defendant was convicted of manslaughter in the first degree. The court, in his instructions, properly eliminated the question of murder, and only submitted manslaughter in the first degree and second degree. The statute defining manslaughter in the first degree, Oklahoma Statutes 1931, 2223, 21 Okla. St. Ann. 711, provides:

"Homicide is manslaughter in the first degree in the following cases:

"1. When perpetrated without a design to effect death by a person while engaged in the commission of a misdemeanor.

"2. When perpetrated without a design to effect death, and in a heat of passion, but in a cruel and unusual manner, or by means of a dangerous weapon; unless it is committed under such circumstances as constitute excusable or justifiable homicide.

"3. When perpetrated unnecessarily either while resisting an attempt by the person killed to commit a crime, or after such attempt shall have failed."

It has been universally held by this court that the charging of the greater degree includes all of the lower degrees of the same crime. Jones v. Territory, 4 Okla. 45, 43 P. 1072; Rhea v. Territory, 3 Okla. Cr. 230, 105 P. 314; Byars v. State, 7 Okla. Cr. 650, 126 P. 252.

The defendant was charged with the crime of murder. It was not only proper, but the duty of the court, under the facts, to submit to the jury the question of manslaughter in the first and second degree. The evidence revealed that deceased was killed by defendant while engaged in the commission of a misdemeanor, as clearly defined by section 1 of the above quoted statute. There was no action on

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the part of deceased which showed any aggression on his part. He mildly protested when he was thrown from the bench by defendant, and when he did so defendant immediately hit him in the face, and knocked him against a post, and he fell to the ground, and as a result of this his neck was broken and he died. There is nothing in the evidence to show that defendant intended to kill deceased. He did not know him, and there was no cause to strike him. It seemed to be defendant's idea of having fun, and especially when he was evidently under the influence of liquor. But the law does not sanction fun of this character for it says a person is legally responsible for the natural and necessary consequences of his own unlawful act, and under the statute of which defendant was convicted, it is not necessary that he should have intended the death of deceased. Tyner v. U. S., 2 Okla. Cr. 689, 103 P. 1057.

Defendant relies upon the case of Elliott v. State, 4 Okla. Cr. 224, 111 P. 820, 140 Am. St. Rep. 683, for a reversal of this case. While we think there is a clear distinction between this case and the case at bar, this court in the case of Tiger v. State, 54 Okla. Cr. 202, 16 P.2d 889, had occasion to refer to the Elliott Case, and while the same was not overruled, the doctrine as announced therein was not followed, and it is our opinion that the reasoning in the Tiger Case is more sound, and is in accord with the modern and better reasoned cases. The court, in that case, said:

"The only contention made is that the testimony does not sustain the charge; that, while there is testimony that defendant struck Kelly with his fists and knocked him down against the stove and that some time in the fight kicked him, there is no proof of the allegation of an assault with a heavy, dangerous, blunt instrument. Defendant relies for a reversal on the case of Elliott v. State, 4 Okla. Cr. 224, 111 P. 820, 140 Am. St. Rep. 683. It is not contested that Kelly met his death in a fight with defendant; that death was caused either by defendant striking deceased with his fist, causing him to fall and sustain the

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wounds from which he died, or by kicking him and causing the wounds, or by striking him with some weapon not disclosed. As to the cause of death, the physician who performed the autopsy testified deceased had been struck with some blunt instrument; that in his opinion the injuries on the face could not have been caused by a rubber-heeled shoe.

"The only question then is, Is there a fatal variance between the charge and the evidence? The courts of several of the states have gone to an extreme length in holding a variance fatal. Some of these opinions have reversed cases on a variance on some point or some purely technical matter which by the later and better reasoned cases and the more modern rule would be brushed aside as immaterial. This court has followed the later sensible rule as stated in Woods v. State, 22 Okla. Cr. 365, 211 P. 519, and again asserted in Brashears et al. v. State, 38 Okla. Cr. 175, 259 P. 665. These later cases define a variance as an essential difference between the accusation and the proof and that a material variance arises only when there is such a difference between the proof and the charge that an acquittal of the defendant would be no bar to a further prosecution for the same offense. The charge that deceased met his death by wounds inflicted by a blunt instrument is sustained by the proof. It is evident that the county attorney did not at the time of filing the charge or at any subsequent time know what instrument was used. The proof very strongly indicates that deceased was knocked down and kicked in the head by defendant, which kicks caused the fractures of the skull testified to. If defendant has been acquitted under this charge, he certainly could not have been again prosecuted for causing the death of deceased in some other manner."

As stated in that case it is certain that the defendant was in no way misled by the charge in the information in this case. There is no question but that the striking of deceased by the defendant was the direct cause of his death, even though it does not reveal whether the broken neck was the result of the striking, or the fall against the post or falling to the ground. There is no question but that a conviction or acquittal of defendant would be a bar to a further prosecution for this offense, Gaunce v, State,

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22 Okla. Cr. 361, 211 P. 517; Lady v. State, 18 Okla. Cr. 59, 192 P. 699; Higdon v. State, 58 Okla. Cr. 224, 52 P.2d 103; Woods v. State, 22 Okla. Cr. 365, 211 P. 519; Kercheval v. U. S., 5 Cr., 36 F. 2d 766; Tiger v. State, 54 Okla. Cr. 202, 16 P.2d 889.

It is unfortunate that death resulted when there was no design upon the part of the defendant to effect death, but the statute provides that it is manslaughter in the first degree "when perpetrated without a design to effect death by a person while engaged in the commission of a misdemeanor."

Finding no error in the trial of this case, we are of the opinion that the judgment of the district court of Oklahoma county should be affirmed and it is so ordered.

DAVENPORT, P. J., and DOYLE, J., concur.

More About JASPER B. MCAFEE:
Burial: Maple Grove Cemetery, Seminole, Oklahoma

Children of JASPER MCAFEE and MARY UNKNOWN are:
i. TOY R.5 MCAFEE, b. February 07, 1896; d. April 07, 1962.
ii. RALPH R. MCAFEE, b. February 21, 1898; d. May 15, 1965.
iii. ALVIN W. MCAFEE, b. May 18, 1905; d. October 08, 1926.

10. SPENCER ALVIN4 MCAFEE (SURILDA JANE3 DUNEHEW, WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born November 12, 1882 in Missouri, and died Aft. 1920 in Oklahoma. He married STELLA C. KEEF January 15, 1907 in Boone Co. AR. She was born 1884 in Arkansas, and died Aft. 1920 in Oklahoma.

Notes for SPENCER ALVIN MCAFEE:
Per Elsie B. Davidson files, Tina Rogers Beller files, Brig. Gen, Michael McAfee files and others.

Per Elsie Davidson files of FAMILY GROUP SHEET for the McAFEE family. : " SPENCER ALVIN McAFEE ( Sr. ) b. 1832 in NC; d. Jan. 10, 1912 in Bergman, Boone Co. AR; buried in York Cemetery. Surelda Jane Donahue b. 1840 in Indiana; d. May 2, 1916 in Bergman, Boone Co. AR and alaso buried in York Cemetery. Mary Francis McAfee b. Jan. 1871 in West Plains, Howell Co. MO; Jasper McAfee b. 1875 in MO? ; Armelia Bell McAfee b. 1877 in MO ? ; Amanda Ella McAfee b. 3 June, 1879 in Dora, Ozark MO; Alvin b. 1884. "

Per Jim Breece files on Dec. 29, 2005 :
"Spencer McAfee ( Jr. ) married Stella Keef of Bergman on the 15th of January, 1907 in Boone Co. AR. He was 24 and she was 23. "

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Per Tina Rogers Beller files :

1910 Boone Co. AR Census : Elixr TWP : Enumerated on 15th day of April, 1910 by George O. Rushing :

HH 32 - 32 McAfee, Alvin S. ( Head ) MW Age 27 Md. 3 years Born : Arkansas Father b. GA Mother b. IND.
McAfee, Stella ( Wife ) FW Age 26 Md. 3 years Born : Arkansas Father b. MO Mother b. MO
McAfee, Helen J. J. ( Dau. ) FW Age 11/12 ( single ) Born : Arkansas Father b. AR Mother b. AR

Living in HH 55 In Elixr TWP, Boone Co. AR is Samuel T. Keef and living in HH 51 in same twp and county is SPENCER A. McAFEE, Sr, and wife Sirilla McAfee the parents of Alvin S. McAfee in HH 32.

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1917 - 1918 WWI DRAFT CARD : Roll 1851892
Spencer Alvin McAfee ; resident of Alluwe, Nowata Okla.
Age 35 ; Date of Birth : Nov. 12, 1882
White ; U. S. Citizen
Occupation : Clerking & Freighting : Employer : Campbell & Smith, in Alluwe, Nowata, OKLA.
Wife's name : Stella Cordelia McAfee : residence : Alluwe,Nowata Okla.
Signed by : Spencer Alvin McAfee Medium Build, Gray eyes, Brown Hair

Spet. 12, 1918

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Per Jimmy Breece Files :
" I just located Spencer McAfee (Jr) in Nowata County Ok. in the 1920 and 1930 Census. He married Stella C. ? and had a daughter named Helen who was bn in 1910 in Arkansas. He is listed as a salesman in a General Store. Nowata Co. is located on the Ks/Ok border just W/SW of Joplin, Mo."

1920 Nowata Co. OK; Alluwe TWP ; Enumerated on 12th day of Januray 1920

HH 47 48 McAfee, Spencer A. ( Head ) MW Age 37 M Born : Missouri Father b. : GA Mother b. : IND
" , Stella C. ( Wife ) FW Age 36 M Born : Arkansas Father b. TN Mother b. U. S.
" , Helen J. J. ( Dau. ) FW Age 10 S Born : Arkansas Father b. MO Mother b. AR

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1930 Nowata OK Census; Nowata TWP ; Nowata City ; enumerated on April 5, 1930 :

HH 321 - 111 - 112 McAfee, Spencer A. ( Head ) MW age 47 M. 24 Born : Missouri Father b. GA Mother b. MO
" , Stella ( Wife ) FW Age 46 M 23 Born : Arkansas Father b. TN Mother b. MO
" , Helen ( dau. ) FW Age 20 Single Born : Arkansas Father b. MO Mother b. AR.
Hoover, Roselee ( roomer ) FW Age 24 Single Born : Kansas Father b. KY Mother b. MO

Notes for STELLA C. KEEF:
Only Keef's listed in Boone Co. AR were :

Boone Co. AR Marriage Records :
Keef,John R.,18 Narcissa Taylor,21 11/10.1875 p. 223
Keef, Samuel A.,25 Adaline Poteet,21 10/21/1875 p. 222

Arkansas Land Records Record
about JOHN R KEEF
Name: JOHN R KEEF
Land Office: HARRISON
Document Number: 7095
Total Acres: 160
Misc. Doc. Nr.: 10435
Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No
Issue Date: November 24, 1890
Mineral Rights Reserved: No
Metes and Bounds: No
Statutory Reference: 12 Stat. 392
Multiple Warantee Names: No
Act or Treaty: May 20, 1862
Multiple Patentee Names: No
Entry Classification: Homestead Entry Original
Land Description: 1 NENW 5TH PM No 19N 20W 13
2 SSW 5TH PM No 19N 20W 12
3 NWSW 5TH PM No 19N 20W 12

Child of SPENCER MCAFEE and STELLA KEEF is:
i. HELEN J. J.5 MCAFEE, b. Private.

11. JAMES C.4 DUNEHEW (WILLIAM WESLEY3, WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born Abt. 1871, and died Unknown. He married EVALINE SAFFELL. She was born 1858, and died 1913.

Children of JAMES DUNEHEW and EVALINE SAFFELL are:
i. MARY5 DUNEHEW, b. 1894; d. Unknown.
ii. EDNA DUNEHEW, b. 1896; d. Unknown.

12. SARAH ELIZABETH4 DUNEHEW (WILLIAM WESLEY3, WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born November 22, 1879, and died Unknown. She married WILLIAM ZACHARIAH HENNESSEE. He was born June 1872, and died Unknown.

Children of SARAH DUNEHEW and WILLIAM HENNESSEE are:
17. i. MINNIE ADELINE5 HENNESSEE, b. November 1899; d. Unknown.
ii. UNKNOWN HENNESSEE, b. Private.
iii. UNKNOWN HENNESSEE, b. Private.
iv. UNKNOWN HENNESSEE, b. Private.
v. UNKNOWN HENNESSEE, b. Private.
vi. UNKNOWN HENNESSEE, b. Private.
vii. UNKNOWN HENNESSEE, b. Private.

Generation No. 5

13. EDNA SURELDA5 WEAVER (MARY FRANCIS4 MCAFEE, SURILDA JANE3 DUNEHEW, WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born January 02, 1890 in Searcy Co. AR, and died September 05, 1930 in Searcy Co. AR. She married SAMUEL BASCUM DAVIDSON November 22, 1908 in Harrison, Boone Co. Arkansas, J. E. Marler, J. P., son of JAMES DAVIDSON and MIRANDA MATLOCK. He was born December 23, 1887 in Boone Co. AR, and died May 10, 1965 in Wichita, Kansas.

Notes for EDNA SURELDA WEAVER:
McAfee, Weaver, Davidson files by Elsie B. Davidson, and other early Davidson researchers, as well as my own research work and that of Michael McAfee and McAfee/ Dunehew Researchers.

Per Michael McAfee and Aubrey Cloud who have both listed our Edna Surilda Weaver listed as ;
Surilda Edney McAfee/McAlfee b. January 02, 1890,

ELSIE B. DAVIDSON, bought the tombstone for Edna Surelda Weaver ( d/o Mary Francis McAfee and Henry Weaver ) who was reared by her maternal grandparents, SPENCER A. McAFEE and SURILDA JANE DUNEHEW, per Elsie's oral history she knew. Edna Surilda Weaver Davidson's tombstone in Glenco Cemetery, Searcy Co. AR reads as follows :

EDNA S. DAVIDSON
Weaver

Jan. 2, 1889
Sept. 5, 1930

At the time that Elsie had the tombstone made she was not aware that Edna S. Weaver Davidson is listed being born in Jan. 1890 on her step-fathers 1900 Newton Co. AR census. My own files list Edna Surelda Weaver Davidson being born Jan. 1890, in lieu of this census information. - Tina Rogers Beller, Nov. 13, 2006

Per Tina Rogers Beller Files :

Mary Francis McAfee married Henry Weaver ( 1st Husband ) had 1 child : Edna Surelda Weaver b. Jan. 2, 1890

Mary Francis McAfee married Matt McGuire ( 2nd Husband ) had 2 children: Spencer Keef McGuire who d. 1900; and Betty McGuire b. 1900 AR & married Unknown Moxey, or Maxey. ( per 1900 Newton Co. AR census, Mat McGuire may have had son Edward G. McGuire from a previous marriage in KY since that is where Edward G. McGuire was born. Mary Francis McAfee, Weaver had been born in MO, then lived in AR when she met Mat McGuire, it is believed. Mat McGuire had previously been married and his son by this marriage was Edward G. McGuire. Betty J. McGuire is daughter of Mary Francis McAfee Weaver and Mat McGuire Surilda E. Weaver on the 1900 Newton Co. AR census in Mat McGuires household is his step-daughter, Edna Surilda WEAVER dau. of ( first husband of Mary Francis McAfee ) Henry WEAVER b. Newton Co. AR.

Mary Francis McAfee married Jerome Shook ( 3rd Husband ) had 2 children : Jasper Shook, and Ella Shook who married Unknown Conley.

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1900 Files for Edna Surilda Weaver :

Per 1900 Newton Co. AR census :
51 54 McGuire, Mat ( Head ) W. M. March 1864 46 M. 3 KY KY KY
" , Mary F. ( wife ) W. F. Jan 1871 29 M. 332 MO GA IN
" , Edward G. ( son ) W. M. Aug. 1882 17 S. KY KY KY
" , Betty J. ( dau. ) W. F. Jan 1900 4/12 AR KY MO
WEAVER Surilda E. ( step dau. ) W. F. Jan. 1890 10 S. AR AR MO

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1908 Files for Edna Suralda Weaver Davidson :

Edna Surilda Weaver, ( Mat McGuire's step-daughter ) married Samuel Bascum Davidson.

"S. S. Marriage License :
The matrimonty between Mr. Bass Davidson, age 21 Mt. Hersey Arkansas, County Newton and State of Arkansas ( to ) Miss Suralda Weaver age 18, Bergman, Arkansas County of Boone, and State of Arkansas.

S. S. Marriage License :
The Matrimony Between Mr. Bass Davidson and Suralda Edna Weaver
Bass Davidson, Mt. Hersey Arkansas, age 21.

Suralda Edna Weaver, Bergman, Arkansas, age 18. County of Boone, State of Arkansas.

According to Law. and do you affiictily Sign and return these License to the Parties here in hand. J. G. Marler.

do here by certify that on this day. 22 Nov. 1908, A. D. I did duly and according to Law as commanded in the fargoing License solimize and rite and Publish the Bond of Martrimony Between the Parties . . Mr. Bass Davidson and Miss Suralda Edna Davidson witness my Hand on the 22 day of Nov. 1908, A. D. - J. G. Marler, A. D. "

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BOONE COUNTY ARKANSAS, YORK CEMETERY SHOWED :

404. Shook, Mary F. - 1871 - 1935 mother dau./S. & S. J. McAfee
(see McAfee, S. & S. J.)
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Per Brig. Gen. Michael McAfee files :

Spencer married Surilda Edney Denehew ( 13 Jan 1848, Indiana, 13 May 1912 Bergman, Boone County, Arkansas ) on 21 APR 1865. She bore 10 children :

1 ) Infant son 1867 ; 16 Aug 1867
2 ) Infant son 1868 ; 14 Apr. 1868
3 ) John Wesley McAfee 1869 ; 20 Sep 1879
4 ) Mary Francis McAfee 1873; Unknown *
5 ) James Newton McAfee 02 Feb. 1873; May 20 1873
6 ) Jasper B. McAfee 27 Oct 1874; Unknown
7 ) Amelia Belle McAfee 27 Oct. 1874; Unknown
8 ) Amanda Elzira McAfee 03 June 1879; Unknown
9 ) Spencer Alvin McAfee 12 Nov 1882; Unknown
10 ) Surilda Edney McAfee 02 Jan 1890; Unknown *

( * Child # 10, Surilda Edney McAfee has same birthdate as our Edna Surilda Weaver child of Mary Francis McAfee b. 1871 MO and Henry Weaver. Per Elsie B. Davidson file, she believed that Edna Surilda Weaver lived with her grandparents, SPENCER A. MCAFEE and SURILDA JANE DUNEHEW after her mother. Mary Francis McAfee Weaver had remarried. By the 1900 Census in Newton Co. AR Surilda lived with her mother and Mat McGuire but may have returned to live with her maternal McAfee Grandparents, thus the confusion of her surname. Unknown is the time that Edna Surilda Weaver lived with her McAfee Grandparents. - Tina Rogers Beller, Aug. 26, 2004. )

More About EDNA SURELDA WEAVER:
Burial: 1930, Glenco Cemetery - South of Pindall, AR

Notes for SAMUEL BASCUM DAVIDSON:
Per Tina Rogers Beller Files :
" Boone Co. AR County and Probate Clerks Office, Harrison : "

" Book 381 JOSIE E. DAVIDSON age 20 to R. M. ABEL, age 21, Married March 21, 1886 by Geo. S. Barham, JP."
" Book 50 JOHN L. DAVIDSON age 20 to MARTHA ANN MAINARD age 17, married January 9, 1881 by G. S. Barham, JP."
" Book 74 S. J. DAVIDSON age 29 to Miss M. B. O'DANIEL age 16, married June 27, 1893 "
" Book 19 S. C. DAVIDSON age 19 to S. E. McBRIDE, age 16 married February 15, 1891 by Elder T. J. Fisher "
" Book 58 JOE DAVIDSON age 26 to Miss ROSE SMITH age 17, married July 5, 1896 by W. T. Chandler, JP"
" Book L5 J. L. DAVIDSON age 23, to FAY MOORE age 18, married August 8, 1926, by J. G. Marler, JP."
" Book 77 S. C. DAVIDSON age 32 to CINTHA LOOPER, age 17, married Sept. 30, 1906 by W. W. Turner, JP. "
"Book 202 H. A. SMOTHERS age 20 to JULIA MILLER age 20, married April 24, 1907, by H. M. Lovelady, Minister ( this was Julia Davidson's second marriage )
"Book L9 RAS DAVIDSON age 22 to ADA NICHOLS age 18 married September 14, 1912 by H. W. Smoothers, JP "
"Book 505 BASS DAVIDSON, age 21 to EDNA WEAVER age 18, married November 22, 1908, by J. G. Marler, JP. "
" Book L50 LEE KILLEBREW to SARAH DAVIDSON both of lawful age, married July 16, 1874 by G. W. Barham. "
" Book 261 JOHN G. MARLER, age 25 to MARY ANN LIZA DAVIDSON, age 18, married December 28, 1876 by Samuel C. Slope, Minister"

Per Elsie B. Davidson Rogers, Files :

FAMILY GROUP SHEET:

Samuel Bass Davidson born Dec. 23, 1887 in Boone Co. AR near Bergman AR. died May 10, 1965 at 9-11 p.m. in Wichita Kansas, buried old Mission Cemetery , Wichita, Kansas. Samuel Bass Davidson had married Edna Surelda Weaver born January 02, 1890 ( AR? ) . Edna Surelda Weaver Davidson died Sept. 05, 1930 in Searcy Co. AR near Pindall and is buried at Glenco Cemetery ( South of Pindall, AR. )

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1900 Files for SAMUEL BASCUM DAVIDSON :

PER TINA ROGRS BELLER FILES :

Shown as ALSON B. DAVIDSON WM b. Dec. 1887 AR age 12 on the 1900 Searcy Co. AR Census below :

Per TRB notes on 1900 Searcy Co. AR Census taken on June 21, 1900 in Dist. 124, Richland TWP, Im. 24/32 on Ancestry.com

204-204 DAVIDSON, JAMES M. Head 4/C W M July 1852 age 47 M 30 yrs. TN TN TN
" , Maranda C. wife W F June 1851 48 M 30 yrs. TN TN TN
" , Emer A. dau. W F July 1881 18 S AR TN TN
" , Julia H. dau. W F Oct. 1883 16 S AR TN TN
" , Alson B. son W M Dec. 1887 12 S AR TN TN
" , Ros T. son W M July 1890 9 S AR TN TN

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1908 Files for SAMUEL BASCUM DAVIDSON :

1908 :

Edna Surilda Weaver, ( Mat McGuire's step-daughter & dau. of Mary Francis McAfee and Henry Weaver ) married Samuel Bascum Davidson.

"S. S. Marriage License :
The matrimonty between Mr. Bass Davidson, age 21 Mt. Hersey Arkansas, County Newton and State of Arkansas ( to ) Miss Suralda Weaver age 18, Bergman, Arkansas County of Boone, and State of Arkansas.

S. S. Marriage License :
The Matrimony Between Mr. Bass Davidson and Suralda Edna Weaver
Bass Davidson, Mt. Hersey Arkansas, age 21.

Suralda Edna Weaver, Bergman, Arkansas, age 18. County of Boone, State of Arkansas.

According to Law. and do you affiictily Sign and return these License to the Parties here in hand. J. G. Marler.

do here by certify that on this day. 22 Nov. 1908, A. D. I did duly and according to Law as commanded in the fargoing License solimize and rite and Publish the Bond of Martrimony Between the Parties . . Mr. Bass Davidson and Miss Suralda Edna Davidson witness my Hand on the 22 day of Nov. 1908, A. D. - J. G. Marler, A. D. "

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1910 Files for SAMUEL BASCUM DAVIDSON :

1910 SEARCY CO. AR CENSUS enumerated on May 11, 1910 Prairie TWP :

HH 280 - 290 DAVIDSON, BASS A. Head MW age 22 M1 1 AR TN TN ( Laborer ) Odd Jobs
" , Edna Wife FW age 18 M1 1 -1-1 AR US US
" , Raymon M. Son MW age 8/12 S AR AR AR

( Living next door to Bass A. Davidson is his sister JULIA DAVIDSON SMOTHER 'S and husband HENRY SMOTHER'S. )

1910 Searcy Co. AR Census, Prairie TWP : Enumerated on May 9, 1910 by Herman L. Drewry
HH 279 - 289 SMOTHER, HENRY A. Head MW age 23 M1 3 AR MO AR
" , Julia A. Wife FW age 24 M2 3 AR TN TN
" , Beulah Dau. FW age 5 S AR AR AR
" , Electra Dau. FW age 2 S AR AR AR

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1930 Files for SAMUEL BASCUM DAVIDSON :

1930 SEARCY CO. AR CENSUS enumerated on April 15, 1930 Prairie TWP :

HH 23 DAVIDSON, SAM B. Head MW 43 M 19 AR TN TN
" , Edna Wife -H FW 41 M 18 AR AR AR
" , Ella Dau. FW 15 S AR AR AR
" , Sedera Dau. FW 11 S AR AR AR
" , Woodrow W. Son MW 9 S AR AR AR
" , Archie Dale Son MW 4 2/12 S AR AR AR
" , Jack Son MW 2 2/12 S AR AR AR

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Per Jim Breece Files :

"Clyde Newman was the wife of the owner of the Times in 1908, and she worked at the paper. We have a large binder of her notes which may or may not have made it into print. "

"On Saturday, the 5th of December, 1908 she noted "Bass Davidson of Mt. Hersey, and Edna Weaver of Keener were married at the home of R.L. Derryberry,recently, left for Harrison immediately."

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Per Ella Davidson McWherter files and the 1930 Depression in Arkansas. :

According to Ella Davidson McWherter files, her father, Samuel Bascum
Davidson, lost his job during the 1930 Depression and then worked cutting
wood and making railroad ties to sell for income. The children were left
alone during this time, as their mother had died Sept. 1930, and Sam was
working hard to keep the family together after his wife's death. The
young daughters worked at the Canning factory taking along their younger
brothers so they could care for them there. The period of 1930 was a
difficult time for everyone in America then, and the Davidson family were no
exception. Samuel Bascum Davidson was gone so much of the time trying to
eek out a living for his young family, and his father JAMES MILTON
DAVIDSON was said to have stayed with Sam's children. James Milton
Davidson's wife Miranda Clementine Matlock Davidson also died in May 1927,
at Searcy Co. AR., so I am sure he sought comfort in being able to help out
his son and grandchildren. I am sure that Sam was appreciative of the help of
his father James Milton Davidson, during these difficult times. ( James
Milton Davidson had lived alone and offered to stay with the children while
Sam was away. ) As Edna Surelda Weaver Davidson had also died by 1930, Sam
was lucky to have his father there with his children.

Ella also stated that her Grandpa ( James Milton ) had a sister who owned a
hotel in Pindall, Searcy Co. AR. The business was not doing well and so
she moved to Oklahoma where her husband had acquired a job. Since she
couldn't sell the hotel in Pindall she asked that Samuel Bascum Davidson (
her nephew ) move into the hotel with his young children so that at least
the hotel would be occupied, and the children would be out of the house
where their mom Edna Surelda Weaver Davidson had died in 1930. The
children were alone at night in the hotel and were frightened and missing
their mother and grandfather who both had died, and with their father gone
at night, it was a very sad time in their lives. ( These were small
children trying to cope with life the best they could under these dire
circumstances. ) Eventually, Ella married and moved away. Ella's older
brother, Raymond Davidson and his wife then helped to care for the younger
brothers, Jack and Archie Dale Davidson. Meanwhile, Samuel Bascum
Davidson was aggravated with his young daughter, Ella, for having married
and for leaving the family unit, but eventually forgave her. Ella, at
least had the chance to make a good life for herself and her husband and
family Ella and her husband bought 40 acres of land between Pindall and
Western Grove AR with a one room LOG CABIN to start their married life.
If not for the written oral history of Ella Davidson McWherter we would have
lost the essentials of the daily life of Samuel Bascum Davidson and his
younger children who still remained in his home, during this time period of
1927-1931. Ella's daughters thought enough of this famiy history to share
it with us all, for which I am deeply grateful. - Tina Rogers Beller, Jan.
07, 2007.

More About SAMUEL BASCUM DAVIDSON:
Burial: 1965, Old Mission Cemetery, Wichita, Kansas

Children of EDNA WEAVER and SAMUEL DAVIDSON are:
18. i. RAYMOND MOORE6 DAVIDSON, b. May 20, 1909; d. Unknown, Texas.
19. ii. ELSIE BELLE DAVIDSON, b. December 25, 1912, Mt. Henry, Newton Co. AR; d. April 09, 1982, Springfield, Greene Co. MO..
iii. IRMA JANE (ELLA) DAVIDSON, b. May 12, 1915, Pindall, Searcy County, Arkansas; d. April 09, Toronto, Woodson County, Kansas; m. JOHN TREDWELL MCWHERTER, June 08, 1932, Marshall, Searcy County, Arkansas; b. March 02, 1908, Gustin, Runnels County, Texas; d. August 14, 1989, Toronto, Woodson County, Kansas.

Notes for IRMA JANE (ELLA) DAVIDSON:
All data submitted on family of Irma Jane "Ella" Davidson McWherter and her children previously, was by a cousin who asked to remain annonymous on Aug. 07, 2004 - Tina Rogers Beller

Per Lavonne McWherter Crawford on Sept. 17, 2004 :

"Birth Certificate for Ella shows she had name of IMOJANE which was crossed out and ELLA Added. "

iv. EDITH DAVIDSON, b. Private; m. TED STILL, Private; b. Private.
20. v. OPAL SYDERA DAVIDSON, b. 1917; d. 1991.
vi. WOODROW DAVIDSON, b. Private.
vii. JACK DAVIDSON, b. Private.
viii. ARCHIE DALE DAVIDSON, b. March 10, 1926, Pindall, Searcy Co. ARKANSAS; d. May 05, 2003, Batesville, Independence Co. Arkansas.

14. BETTY5 MCGUIRE (MARY FRANCIS4 MCAFEE, SURILDA JANE3 DUNEHEW, WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born 1900, and died Unknown. She married JAMES CALVIN MAXEY, SR. January 29, 1920 in Bergman, Boone County, Arkansas, by Joe E. Keef, J. P., Jane Keef wit.. He died Unknown.

Notes for BETTY MCGUIRE:
Per Elsie B. Davidson Rogers notes on Mary Francis McAfee & Matt McGuire they had son Spencer Keefer McGuire who died in 1900; they had daughter, Betty McGuire born in 1900 AR and she married Unknown Moxey or Maxey.

Per 1900 Newton Co. AR Census :

51 54 McGuire, Mat ( Head ) W. M. March 1854, says 1864 listed him at age 46 M 3 KY KY KY
" , Mary F. ( wife ) W. F. Jan. 1871 ( this is Mary F. McAfee Weaver ) age 29 MO GA IN
, Edward G. ( son/Mat ) W. M. aug. 1862 age 17 S. KY KY KY ( son/Mat McGuire, step-son ? of M. F. McAfee Weaver )
, Betty J. ( dau. ) W. F. Jan. 1900 4/12 ( baby ) AR KY MO
WEAVER, Surilda E. ( step-dau. /MAT McGuire ) W. F. Jan. 1890 age 10 S. AR AR MO

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Per Tina Rogers Beller files :

1930 Montrose Co. Colorado; Calfornia Mesa Township; Precinct 14:
Enumerated on April 23, 1930 by Herman W. Wolffing, enumerator :

HH 256 - 262 MAXEY, BETTY J. ( Head - H ) FW 30 M 20 Born : ARKANSAS Father born : KENTUCKY Mother born : MISSOURI
Maxey, Wayne H. ( son ) MW 8 S Born : ARKANSAS Father born : ARKANSAS Mother born : ARKANSAS
Maxey, Maria ( dau. ) FW 7 S Born : ARKANSAS Father born : ARKANSAS Mother born : ARKANSAS
Maxey, James C. ( son ) MW 6 S Born : S. DAKOTA Father born : ARKANSAS Mother born : ARKANSAS
Maxey, Donald C. ( son ) MW 4 1/2 S Born : OKLAHOMA Father born : ARKANSAS Mother born : ARKANSAS
Maxey, John J. ( son ) MW 1 2/12 S Born : S. DAKOTA Father born : ARKANSAS Mother born : ARKANSAS
SHOOK, Mary F. ( mother ) FW 58 Wd. Born : MISSOURI Father born : N. CAROLINA Mother born : INDIANA

At this time it is not fully known if Mary Francis McAfee Weaver, McGuire, Shook had died in COLORADO or in ARKANSAS, and my feeling is that she may have moved back to ARKANSAS and died there in 1935. She is buried in the YORK CEMETERY, Boone Co. AR. - Tina Rogers Beller, May 02, 2006.

BOONE COUNTY ARKANSAS, YORK CEMETERY SHOWED :

404. Shook, Mary F. - 1871 - 1935 mother dau./S. & S. J. McAfee
(see McAfee, S. & S. J.)

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We know that Betty McGuire Maxey had married a Maxey from Arkansas and there are other MAXEY's buried in the MAPLE GROVE CEMETERY in Seminole OK, where Jasper B. McAFEE family are buried ( brother to Mary Francis McAFEE McGUIRE who is mother to Betty Maxey. ) At this time it is unknown if these were same MAXEY's in the family of Betthy Maxey's husband, James Calvin Maxey, Sr. Shown below are those Maxey's listed in Maple Grove Cemetery in Seminole OK where our Jasper B. McAfee and family are also buried :

MAPLE GROVE CEM. - Seminole, OK :

MAXEY, JAMES F. born : 11-20-1880 ; died : 8-3-1916
MAXEY, Jesse H. born : 12-20-1856; died : 5-6-1947
MAXEY, Lee J. born : 8-19-1891; died : 11-7-1957
MAXEY, Lucinda born : 12-26-1858 ; died : 12-20-1939
MAXEY, Samuel M. born : 1884 ; died : 1926.

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Children of BETTY MCGUIRE and JAMES MAXEY are:
i. HUBERT WAYNE6 MAXEY, b. November 25, 1921, Bergman, Boone Co. AR..
ii. MAVIS JUANITA MAXEY, b. December 23, 1923, Bergman, Boone Co. AR.; d. Unknown.
iii. ( JR. ) JAMES CALVIN MAXEY, b. February 07, 1924, Gayville, South Dakota; d. Unknown.
iv. DONALD CLARK MAXEY, b. August 21, 1926, Nowata, Oklahoma; d. Unknown.
v. JOHNNY JEROME MAXEY, b. January 15, 1929, Gayville, South Dakota; d. Unknown.
vi. BETTY JANE MAXEY, b. August 28, 1931, Syracuse, Kansas.
vii. RENA JOANN MAXEY, b. June 19, 1934, Syracuse, Kansas.
viii. BILLY GENE MAXEY, b. May 31, 1937, Syracuse, Kansas.

15. JASPER J.5 SHOOK (MARY FRANCIS4 MCAFEE, SURILDA JANE3 DUNEHEW, WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born July 26, 1906 in Arkansas, and died April 1986 in Solono Co. CA. He married PEARL INEZ YATES Aft. 1928. She was born March 31, 1908 in Oklahoma, and died June 29, 1994 in Placer Co. CA.

Notes for JASPER J. SHOOK:
Per Tom Miller :

Pearl was married to an Otha Bennett before Jasper and had a son Jack Bennett. This Jack Bennet is a half brother to my grandfather. Tom Miller butchmiller@msn.com

1930 census: Syracuse, Hamilton Co., Kansas.

Jasper J. Shook 24 Ark (he was a Cook)
Pearl wife 21 Oklahoma
Betty Daughter 9/12 Oklahoma
Jack R. Bennett Step-son 3 3/12 Kansas

Both Jasper & Pearl are listed in the California death index & SSDI.
Jasper Jerome Shook b. 24 July 1906 - d. Apr 1986 Solono Co., CA last residence Vacaville, Solano, CA.
Pearl Inez Shook b. 31 Mar 1908 - d. 29 Jun 1994 Placer Co., CA. Last residence Vacaville, Solono, CA.

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Per "SHOOK FAMILY HISTORY "

by Mrs. Emit ( Myrtle ) Jones :

" Jasper Jerome was born August 24, 1906. He married Pearl Yates. They lived in Vacaville, California. Jasper died April 1989. "

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Per Tina Rogers Beller files :

1930 HAMILTON CO. KS, Census, Syracuse TWP: enumerated on April 3, 1930 by George R. Schroll:

HH 9 - 11 JONES, Robert P. Head MW 58 M 25 Born : AR Father b. GA Mother b. US Farmer
" , ELLA Wife FW 52 M 18 Born : MO Father b. GA Mother b. IND. Seamtress
" , John H. Son MW 17 Single Born : AR Father b. MO Mother b. MO
Dees, Robert W. Grandson MW 10 Single Born : OK Father b. AR Mother b. AR
" , Freda M. Granddau. FW 7 Single Born : OK Father b. AR Mother b. AR

HH - 12 SHOOK, Jasper J. Head MW 24 M 22 Born : AR Father b. US Mother b. MO Cook in Restaurant
" , Pearl I. Wife FW 21 M 5 Born : OK Father b. TN Mother b. OK None
" , Bettie J. Dau. FW 9/12 S Born : OK Father b. AR Mother b. OK
Bennett, Jack R. Step/Son MW 3 3/12 S Born : KS Father b. IOWA Mother b. OK

Children of JASPER SHOOK and PEARL YATES are:
i. BETTY6 SHOOK, b. Private.
ii. FRED SHOOK.
iii. UNKNOWN SHOOK.

16. ELLA E.5 SHOOK (MARY FRANCIS4 MCAFEE, SURILDA JANE3 DUNEHEW, WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born February 27, 1909 in Boone County, Arkansas, and died November 04, 1978 in Garden City, Kansas. She married (1) FLOYD PLY December 23, 1923 in Harrison, Boone Co. AR.. She married (2) VERNON CONLEY October 23, 1933 in Bergman, Boone County, Arkansas. He was born Abt. 1910 in Kansas, and died Unknown.

Notes for ELLA E. SHOOK:
Per James Breece files :

"Ella married Floyd K. Ply and they had at least 3 children, Duane F. abt. 1925; Edward G. abt. 1928; and Mary Frances after 1930. In 1930 they were living in Los Angles County. She then married VERNON CONLEY. . . . h/h of Ernest and Birdie Conley in Hamilton County KS . . "

Per " SHOOK FAMILY HISTORY "
by Mrs. Emit ( Myrtle ) Jones :
" Arah Ella Bell was born February 27, 1909 Boone County, Arkansas. She married Floyd Ply December 23, 1923 at Harrison, Boone County, Arkansas. Later she married Vernon Conley at Bergman, Arkansas on October 23, 1933. Ella died November 4, 1978 at Garden City, Kansas. She was buried in Syracuse Kansas Cemetery. "

More About ELLA E. SHOOK:
Burial: Syracuse Kansas Cemetery

Notes for VERNON CONLEY:
Per the 1920 Hamilton Co., Syracuse City, Kansas Census of his father ERNEST CONLEY and wife MARY the following is found for VERNON CONLEY :

HH 26 - 27 CONLEY, ERNEST ( Head ) MW 37 M. Born : KANSAS Father Born : ENGLAND Mother Born : PENNSYLVANIA
" , Mary ( wife ) FW 36 M. Born : NEW MEXICO Father Born : VIRGINIA Mother Born : ENGLAND
" , Evelyn ( dau. ) FW 12 S. Born : COLORADO Father Born : KANSAS Mother Born : NEW MEXICO
" , VERNON ( son ) MW 10 S. Born : KANSAS Father Born : KANSAS Mother Born : NEW MEXICO
" , Alvin ( son ) MW 8 S. Born : KANSAS Father Born : KANSAS Mother Born : NEW MEXICO
" , Leslie ( son ) MW 4 3/4 S. Born : KANSAS Father Born : KANSAS Mother Born : NEW MEXICO
Conley, LIZZIE ( mother ) FW 76 Wd. Born : PENNSYLVANIA Father Born : PENNSYLVANIA Mother Born : PENNSYLVANIA

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1930 Hamilton Co., Syracuse City, Kansas Census of Ernest Conley family showed this however in 1930 : Ancestry Census, Image 24/ 28

HH 371 - 419 CONLEY, Ernest S. ( Head ) MW 49 M 27 Born : KANSAS Father Born : OHIO Mother Born : PENNSYLVANIA
" , Birdie ( Wife ) FW 40 M 19 Born : KANSAS Father Born : ILLINOIS Mother Born : MISSOURI
" , VERNON ( Son ) MW 19 S. Born : KANSAS Father Born : KANSAS Mother Born : NEW MEXICO
" , Alvin ( Son ) MW 17 S. Born : KANSAS Father Born : KANSAS Mother Born : NEW MEXICO
" , Leslie ( Son ) MW 16 S. Born : KANSAS Father Born : KANSAS Mother Born : NEW MEXICO
" , Lynton ( Son ) MW 9 S. Born : KANSAS Father Born : KANSAS Mother Born : NEW MEXICO
( 2nd page of Census on Image 25/28 continued )

HH 371 - 419 CONLEY, Sylvia ( Dau. ) FW 7 S. Born : KANSAS Father Born : KANSAS Mother Born : NEW MEXICO
" , Richard E. ( son ) MW 5 S. Born : KANSAS Father Born : KANSAS Mother Born : NEW MEXICO
" , Clyde R. ( son ) MW 3 7/12 Born : KANSAS Father Born : KANSAS Mother Born : NEW MEXICO

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Children of ELLA SHOOK and FLOYD PLY are:
i. DUANE F.6 PLY, b. Abt. 1925.
ii. EDWARD GARVIN PLY, b. Abt. 1928.

Notes for EDWARD GARVIN PLY:

Per J. L. Breece files :

Edward Garvin Ply, 72, died Tuesday, Jan. 23rd, 2001 at his home in Syracuse.
He was bn 3-29-1928 in Olathe, Co. The son of Floyd Ply and Ella Shook. He attended Syracuse Schools and received his GED certificate while serving in the Air Force.

A Syracuse resident for more than 50 years, he retired in 1993 as an equipment operator for the Hamilton Co. Road Dept.

He is survived by his life mate of 26 years, Maxine J. Ralstin of Syracuse; two daughters, Melinda Ply, Pensacola, Fla. and Michelle Baier of Guttenburg, Iowa. A sister-in-law Vivian Ply of Lamar, Co. He was preceded in death by his mother Ella (Shook) Conley, his step father Vernon Conley, a brother Duane Ply and a sister Mary Frances Robertson.

There will be no service, cremation has taken place.

This was taken from "The Garden City Telegram".

iii. MARY FRANCIS PLY, b. Aft. 1930.

17. MINNIE ADELINE5 HENNESSEE (SARAH ELIZABETH4 DUNEHEW, WILLIAM WESLEY3, WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born November 1899, and died Unknown. She married EARLY TURNER. He died Unknown.

Child of MINNIE HENNESSEE and EARLY TURNER is:
21. i. SCOTT6 TURNER, b. Private.

Generation No. 6

18. RAYMOND MOORE6 DAVIDSON (EDNA SURELDA5 WEAVER, MARY FRANCIS4 MCAFEE, SURILDA JANE3 DUNEHEW, WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born May 20, 1909, and died Unknown in Texas. He married (1) LIVING UNKNOWN Private. She was born Private. He married (2) LIVING ANGLEMYER Private, daughter of JOHN ANGLEMYER and LAURA WADE. She was born Private.

Notes for RAYMOND MOORE DAVIDSON:
Per Elsie B. Davidson files, Syrilda Davidson Gallaway files, and other family Davidson files. - Tina Rogers Beller, Aug. 26, 2004.

Child of RAYMOND DAVIDSON and LIVING UNKNOWN is:
i. RAYMOND7 DAVIDSON, JR., b. Private.

Children of RAYMOND DAVIDSON and LIVING ANGLEMYER are:
ii. DONALD DEAN7 DAVIDSON, b. June 27, 1934; d. February 19, 2000, Oregon.
iii. LIVING DAVIDSON, b. Private.
iv. LIVING DAVIDSON, b. Private.

19. ELSIE BELLE6 DAVIDSON (EDNA SURELDA5 WEAVER, MARY FRANCIS4 MCAFEE, SURILDA JANE3 DUNEHEW, WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born December 25, 1912 in Mt. Henry, Newton Co. AR, and died April 09, 1982 in Springfield, Greene Co. MO.. She married (1) TROY THOMPSON Abt. 1928 in Arkansas. He was born Bef. 1912, and died Aft. 1931. She married (2) ERNEST ROGERS March 08, 1940 in Dixon, MO., son of WILLIAM ROGERS and OPHELIA RICHESIN. He was born February 15, 1890 in Near Harrison, Boone Co. AR, and died March 25, 1972 in Springfield, Greene Co. MO..

Notes for ELSIE BELLE DAVIDSON:
One of the first researchers of the DANIEL DAVIDSON family of Hickman Co. TN.

More About ELSIE BELLE DAVIDSON:
Burial: April 13, 1982, Green Lawn Cemetery North, Springfield, Greene Co. MO.

Notes for ERNEST ROGERS:
Per Tina Rogers Beller files :

Ernest Rogers was a Mason.

1930 Boone co. AR Census, North Harrison Township ; Harrison City : Enumerated on 24th day of April, 1930 :

Rogers, Ernest Head MW 40 b. AR Father b. TN Mother b. TN
, Ann Mother FW 65 wd. b. MO Father b. TN Mother b. TN
, Cleo son MW 17 S. b. AR Father b. AR Mother b. OK
, Mildred, dau. FW 15 S. b. AR Father b. AR Mother b. OK
, Tom B. son MW 14 S. b. AR Father b. AR Mother b. OK
, Deane son MW 12 S. b. AR Father b. AR Mother b. OK
, Mary R. dau. FW 9 S. b. AR Father b. AR Mother b. OK
Grogan, Dovie, Servant FW 23 S. b. AR Father b. GA Mother b. AR

Ernest Rogers is listed age 40 b. AR and he is son of OPHELIA ANN RICHESIN b. 1865 MO and WILLIAM MANUEL ROGERS b. 1857 TN.
Ernest Rogers is also listed in this 1930 census as having owned a shoe shop in Harrison. Ernest Rogers first wife GRACE M. HAYES had died prior to this census being taken. Grace M. Hayes b. 1894 in OKLAHOMA and died 1928 in Boone Co. AR. All the children listed on this 1930 Boone Co. AR Census are children of GRACE M. HAYES and ERNEST ROGERS of Boone Co. AR. Ann ROGERS is the mother to ERNEST ROGERS who was OPHELIA ANN RICHESIN ROGERS. Her husband and father to ERNEST ROGERS was WILLIAM MANUEL ROGERS b. 1857 TN who died in 1906 AR. Ernest Rogers remarried on March 08, 1940 in Dixon MO. to his 2nd wife ELSIE B. DAVIDSON b. 1912 AR d. 1982 Greene Co. MO. Elsie is buried in Greenlawn Cem. North, in Springfield, Greene Co. MO. - Tina Rogers Beller, Sept. 20, 2006.

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Rose Hill Cemetery Harrison, Boone County, Arkansas Lists:

Rogers Ernest 4 5 1972
Rogers Gracis Mae 4 5 1928

Per Elsie B. Davidson Rogers:

Ernest Rogers died on March 25, 1972 in Springfield, Missouri and was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery in Harrison, Boone Co. AR.

Per Tina Rogers Beller, June 23, 2004 :

Ernest Rogers served as Sheriff of Boone Co. AR from 1932 to 1938. Oscar Rogers was his deputy sheriff during that tenure. Oscar Rogers was the son of Basil Alexander Rogers b. 1849 in Carroll Co. TN and Sarah Gilmore; Ernest Rogers was the son of William Manuel Rogers b. 1857 in Carroll Co. TN and Ophelia Ann Richesin. Basil Alexader Rogers and William Manuel Rogers were brothers, thus Ernest Rogers and Oscar Rogers were first cousins.

The Paternal Grandparents of Ernest Rogers were, Green D. Berry Rogers & Sidy ( Sidney ) Fields of Carroll Co. TN who moved to Boone Co. AR in about 1870 from Carroll Co. TN. ( The parents of both Basil Alexander Rogers and William Manuel Rogers were GREEN D. BERRY ROGERS, and wife SIDY ( SIDNEY ) FIELDS ROGERS. ) The maternal grandparents of Ernest Rogers were Thomas Hasque Richesin and Melinda E. Murray also of Boone Co. AR. Thomas Hasque Richesin purchased his first Arkansas farm from John Poplin and 2nd wife Mahala Breece. John Poplin then married 3'rd wife Minerva Jane Hinson Curry after the death of Mahala Breece. Minerva Jane Hinson was the first cousin twice removed to Ernest Rogers 2nd wife ELSIE B. DAVIDSON.

Green D. Berry Rogers purchased land in Boone Co. AR from the Leeper family in Dec. 1870, Green D. Berry's brothers, James Franklin Rogers b. 1831 TN; Basil Jasper Rogers b. 1830 TN and their spouses and children; along with Purity Drucilla Rogers b. abt. 1832 TN the sister of Green D. Berry Rogers and his brothers, moved to Boone Co. AR later on it is believed. Purity Drucilla Rogers married Silas Acuff in Boone Co. AR and is buried with him in same grave, in same county.

Another sister of these 4 Rogers siblings is said to have been Nancy Martin Rogers whose gravesite is said to have been in Bellefonte Cemetery near her brother Green D. Berry Rogers and sister - in - law, Sidy Fields Rogers, gravesites. However, perhaps Nancy Martin Rogers grave is unmarked or with only a field stone to mark her gravesite, for we have not found her buried in Bellefonte Cemetery in Boone Co. AR. from their gravesite listings either. It also might be that Nancy Martin Rogers had married in Carroll Co. TN and is buried there; no further information on Nancy Martin Rogers . - Tina Rogers Beller, 2004.

More About ERNEST ROGERS:
Burial: 1972, Rose Hill Cemetery in Harrison, Boone Co. AR
Sheriff: Bet. 1932 - 1938, Boone Co. Arkansas

Child of ELSIE DAVIDSON and ERNEST ROGERS is:
i. LIVING7 ROGERS, m. LIVING BELLER, Private; b. Private.

20. OPAL SYDERA6 DAVIDSON (EDNA SURELDA5 WEAVER, MARY FRANCIS4 MCAFEE, SURILDA JANE3 DUNEHEW, WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born 1917, and died 1991. She married ALLEN BENSON BREECE, son of CHESTER BREECE and MAUDE ALLEN. He was born 1913, and died 1999.

Children of OPAL DAVIDSON and ALLEN BREECE are:
22. i. LIVING7 BREECE, b. Arkansas.
ii. LIVING BREECE.
iii. LIVING BREECE.
iv. LIVING BREECE.

21. SCOTT6 TURNER (MINNIE ADELINE5 HENNESSEE, SARAH ELIZABETH4 DUNEHEW, WILLIAM WESLEY3, WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born Private. He married UNKNOWN Private. She was born Private.

Child of SCOTT TURNER and UNKNOWN is:
i. LIVING7 TURNER, b. Private.

Generation No. 7

22. LIVING7 BREECE (OPAL SYDERA6 DAVIDSON, EDNA SURELDA5 WEAVER, MARY FRANCIS4 MCAFEE, SURILDA JANE3 DUNEHEW, WILLIAM C. DUNEHEW OR2 DONAHOO, HENRY1 DUNEHEW) was born in Arkansas. He married LIVING KIRK 1954. She was born Private.

Children of LIVING BREECE and LIVING KIRK are:
i. LIVING8 BREECE.
ii. LIVING BREECE.
iii. LIVING BREECE.