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William Frank Heaton Family

Contributed by Kay Bradley, excerpted from "History of Kaufman County"

William Frank Heaton, Sr., the son of Lewis and Amanda Heaton (1834-1899) of Butler County, Al, arrived in Terrell, Texas with his family in 1894 where he settled and established a house moving business. Mr. Heaton and his wife, the former Annie Lee Todd, were born in Montgomery, Alabama; he in 1865 and she in 1869. Also born in Montgomery were their children William Frank, Jr., in 1891, and May, in 1893. Three more children were born in Terrell. They were John, in 1897, Annie Lee in 1899, and Charlie, in 1900.

William Frank, Sr., died in 1920 and Annie Lee (Todd) died in 1935. All of their sons served in the armed forces during World War I. Frank Jr., was a Chief Petty Officer in the navy; John a Private in the army; and Charlie a First Class Petty Officer.

Photo of John Heaton
John Heaton

If you have any information about the Heaton family of Butler and Montgomery County, I'm sure Kay would love to hear from you.


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