Descendants of

JAMES LEWIS ROWNTREE/ROUNTREE and
Musadora Flack and
Martha Ann Rogers


Source:  Donnel Frazier, <d_frazier40 @ yahoo . com>, Nov 2002


Generation No. 1

1. JAMES LEWIS4 ROWNTREE/ROUNTREE (THOMAS HART3 ROUNTREE, RICHARDSON2, WILLIAM1) was born February 01, 1806 in South Carolina, and died April 13, 1888 in Burnet Co; Texas. He married (1) MUSADORA FLACK 1825, daughter of THOMAS FLACK and MUSADORA FLACK. She was born October 04, 1807 in Tennessee, and died November 01, 1849 in Canton, Madison Co; Mississippi.

He married (2) MARTHA ANN ROGERS March 29, 1850 in Travis Co; Texas, daughter of JESSE ROGERS and MARY MIDDLETON. She was born June 09, 1835 in Choctaw Co; Mississippi, and died November 27, 1883 in Burnet Co; Texas.


Children of JAMES ROWNTREE/ROUNTREE and MUSADORA FLACK are:

2. i. EMILY JANE5 ROUNTREE, b. April 07, 1827, Lincoln Co; Tennessee; d. November 30, 1884, Lynchburg, Lincoln (Moore) Co; Tennessee.

    ii. THOMAS ROUNTREE, b. March 29, 1828, Lincoln Co; Tennessee; d. April 23, 1849, Mississippi.

    iii. WILLIAM ALEXANDER ROUNTREE, b. May 30, 1829, Lincoln Co; Tennessee; d. March 23, 1864, Oakland, Alameda Co; California.

Notes for WILLIAM ALEXANDER ROUNTREE:

Information offered by the daughter of Emily Jane Rountree, granddaughter of James L. Rountree & Musadore Flack:

William Rountree, a son, who went to California (probably a forty-niner), and was living at Oakland, California, in the early fifties of the last century. In the early fifties, sometime prior to the year 1854, he left Oakland Cal., with his partner, and started for Mexico to look after some mining interests, and was never heard from again. He left a wife and two daughters at Oakland surviving him. I have now in my possession a California gold piece minted in 1853. William Rountree sent this gold piece, a fifty-cent gold piece, and a twenty-five cent gold piece, and a one dollar gold piece, all called California money, back to my mother, Emily J. Parks. My coin bears the date of 1853. It is by the date on this coin that I fix the date when William Rountree left Oakland for Mexico and was never heard from again. I have always understood that he left Oakland about the time he sent these coins to my mother.

    iv. MARY ANN ROUNTREE, b. October 08, 1830, Lincoln Co; Tennessee; d. July 05, 1831, Tennessee.

     v. SUSAN LUCINDA ROUNTREE, b. November 30, 1831, Tennessee; d. April 26, 1838, Tennessee.

     vi. RUFUS FLACK ROUNTREE, b. March 06, 1833, Tennessee; d. November 19, 1849, Tennessee.

    vii. JAMES COLUMBUS ROUNTREE, b. June 04, 1834; d. September 04, 1839, Tennessee.

3. viii. MARTHA ANN ROUNTREE, b. February 18, 1836, Tennessee; d. 1933.

4. ix. MUSIDORE LOUISA ROUNTREE, b. October 31, 1837, Alabama; d. November 11, 1921, Burnet Co; Texas.

     x. THOMAS FLACK ROUNTREE, b. February 21, 1840, Texas; d. February 23, 1849.

     xi. AMANDA MELVINA ROUNTREE, b. January 29, 1842, Texas; d. May 19, 1902; m. (1) GEORGE BEASON, January 27, 1859, Burnet Co; Texas; m. (2) JEREMIAH T. WOODWARD, May 18, 1870, Burnet Co; Texas.  She is buried in the Odd Fellows Cemetery in Burnet.

5. xii. ELVIRA MELVINA ROUNTREE, b. March 10, 1845, Milam Co; Texas; d. February 20, 1938, Burnet Co; Texas.

    xiii. ROBERT F. ROUNTREE, b. December 09, 1846, Texas; d. July 20, 1893, Llano Co; Texas; m. ELIZABETH "BETTY" SMITH, May 04, 1881; d. April 01, 1926.

Notes for ROBERT F. ROUNTREE:

Information offered by the daughter of Emily Jane Rountree, granddaughter of James L. Rountree & Musadore Flack:

R.F. (Bob) Rountree, a son of James L. Rountree, was my mother's youngest brother. He was about my age. In his young manhood he came back here to attend school. R.F. Rountree married Elizabeth, the daughter of Felix Smith, and in 1883 when I was in Texas resided in Llano County twenty miles from the town of Llano. He resided there until he was assassinated. He lived in a stone residence.  He was buried in Llano Cemetery.


6. xiv. JOSEPHINE "AUNT JO" ROUNTREE, b. March 22, 1848, Manor, Travis Co; Texas; d. January 08, 1933, Oatmeal, Burnet Co; Texas.

Children of JAMES ROWNTREE/ROUNTREE and MARTHA ROGERS are:

    xv. SARAH VIRGINIA5 ROUNTREE, b. January 04, 1851, Texas; d. 1851, Texas.

    xvi. FELIX SMITH ROUNTREE, b. April 16, 1852, Texas; m. MISSOURI ANN BROWN, 1882.  He was a Baptist Minister.

    xvii. JOHN MIDDLETON ROUNTREE, b. July 12, 1854, Oatmeal, Burnet Co; Texas; d. April 12, 1939, Burnet Co; Texas; m. PRISCILLA KATE "AUNT KATE" HILL, September 03, 1879, Burnet Co; Texas; b. November 09, 1856; d. August 06, 1940, Burnet Co; Texas.  They are both buried in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Burnet

    xviii. WILSON BAXTER "BABE" ROUNTREE, b. October 07, 1856, Oatmeal, Burnet Co; Texas; m. BETTY A. RUSHIAN/RUSHING, February 13, 1884, Burnet Co; Texas; b. November 08, 1866; d. April 17, 1885, Burnet Co; Texas.  Betty is buried in the Old Burnet Cemetery, Burnet.

  7. xix. MARY ANN GARNER ROUNTREE, b. October 05, 1858, Oatmeal, Burnet Co; Texas; d. December 08, 1888, Burnet Co; Texas.

    xx. JEFFERSON DAVIS ROUNTREE, b. December 29, 1860, Oatmeal, Burnet Co; Texas; d. 1952, Prescott, Arizona.  He was a well driller and never married.

    xxi. STONEWALL JACKSON ROUNTREE, b. January 29, 1863, Oatmeal, Burnet Co; Texas; d. 1935.  He never married.

    xxii. SYLVANIA ROUNTREE, b. October 19, 1865, Oatmeal, Burnet Co; Texas; d. 1923; m. J. WILL FITTS, January 04, 1887.

     xxiii. JAMES LEWIS JR. ROUNTREE, b. November 25, 1868, Texas; d. 1935.



Generation No. 2

 
2. EMILY JANE5 ROUNTREE (JAMES LEWIS4 ROWNTREE/ROUNTREE, THOMAS HART3 ROUNTREE, RICHARDSON2, WILLIAM1) was born April 07, 1827 in Lincoln Co; Tennessee, and died November 30, 1884 in Lynchburg, Lincoln (Moore) Co; Tennessee.  She is buried in Odd Fellows and Masonic Cemetery, Moore County, Tennessee.

She married RUFUS BURTON PARKES January 31, 1849 in Canton, Madison Co; Mississippi, son of ALLEN PARKES and FANNY MILLER. He was born May 05, 1827 in Moore Co; Tennessee, and died September 21, 1897 in Lynchburg, Lincoln (Moore) Co; Tennessee.  He is buried in Odd Fellows and Masonic Cemetery, Moore County, Tennessee.

Notes for RUFUS BURTON PARKES:

MOORE COUNTY, TN Bio

RUFUS B. PARKS, clerk and master of the Chancery Court of Moore County, Tenn., is one of four children born to Allen W. and Fannie (Miller) Parks, natives of North Carolina, born in 1797 and 1802, respectively. They took up their abode permanently in Tennessee in 1826. The father was a farmer, merchant, and in latter days kept hotel, and was magistrate a number of years. He died November 18, 1884, and the mother January 6. 1877. Rufus B. was born May 5, 1827, near Lynchburg, and received a good practical education. For about four or five years after attaining the age of nineteen he clerked in merchandise stores and then engaged in the business for himself, continuing until the breaking out of the war, when he enlisted in Company E, Fifth Kentucky Infantry, and was afterward transferred to the Ninth Kentucky Infantry, in which he was lieutenant. On account of poor health he resigned and came home, but soon joined the Twenty-third Tennessee Battalion and served until the close of the conflict. After his return he farmed alone until 1883, when he engaged in merchandising also, which he followed until 1885. He owns 120 acres of land. In 1849 he was married to Emily J. Roundtree, who died November 30, 1884, having borne him four children: Rufus A., Alice A. (Mrs. Loderick Robertson), Edwin L. and May. Mr. Parks has been a member of the Christian Church, in which he is deacon, for forty years. Politically he is a Democrat, and has been magistrate about six years. He was elected to his present position in 1883, and is an efficient and trustworthy officer.

Children of EMILY ROUNTREE and RUFUS PARKES are:

8. i. RUFUS ALONZO6 PARKES, b. October 21, 1849, Lynchburg, Lincoln (Moore) Co; Tennessee.

ii. FRANCES MUSADORA PARKES, b. July 02, 1851; d. August 18, 1858.

iii. JAMES BUCHANAN PARKES, b. February 04, 1855; d. September 01, 1857.

iv. OLIVIA LOUISA PARKES, b. November 07, 1856; d. August 16, 1862.

v. EMILY PARKES, b. August 21, 1858; d. December 29, 1859.

vi. ALICE A. PARKES, b. November 11, 1861; m. LODERICK J. ROBERTSON.

vii. EDWIN LEE PARKES, b. February 09, 1864; m. NANNY ALLEN, December 06, 1883.

viii. MAY PARKES, b. February 18, 1871; m. THOMAS A. HAYES, December 18, 1889.

3. MARTHA ANN5 ROUNTREE (JAMES LEWIS4 ROWNTREE/ROUNTREE, THOMAS HART3 ROUNTREE, RICHARDSON2, WILLIAM1) was born February 18, 1836 in Tennessee, and died 1933. She married (1) PLEASANT M. NEAL December 17, 1852 in Burnet Co; Texas. He was born May 07, 1825, and died June 25, 1856. She married (2) KINCHER D. TURNER 1857. He was born 1825 in Alabama, and died 1866 in Bosque Co; Texas.

Notes for MARTHA ANN ROUNTREE:

SOURCE: Biographical Souvenir of the State of Texas; p. 844

MARTHA A. TURNER was born in Tennessee in 1836, and in 1839 was brought to Texas by her parents, who settled in Milam County. Her father, James L. Rountree, a native of Tennessee, a farmer and a justice of the peace, married Miss Musadore Flack, daughter of Thomas Flack, of Georgia, and to this union were born eight children - Emily J; William, Martha A., Louisa M., Amanda M., Elvira, Robert and Josephine.

Miss Martha A. Turner was first married to Pleasant M. Nail, who was born May 7, 1825, became the father of one child, Musadore A. Nail, and died June 25, 1856. The then Mrs. Martha M. Nail next was married, in 1857, to Kincher D. Turner, who was born in Alabama in 1825 and came to Texas in 1856. He settled in Bosque County, where he died in 1866, his possessions consisting of livestock, most of which was soon run off by cow theives.

Mrs. Turner, however, gathered together all she could find of the unstolen stock, sold and traded at some disadvantage, and in 1870 purchased a farm of 330 acres of raw land, 120 acres of which she has under cultivation; has herself made all the improvements, and has reared in respectibility her six children - Musadore A. Nail and her five children by Mr. Turner, Owen F., Robert W., John O., Emma J. and Louis D.

 

Child of MARTHA ROUNTREE and PLEASANT NEAL is:

i. MUSADORE A. NEAL.

 

Children of MARTHA ROUNTREE and KINCHER TURNER are:

ii. OWEN F. TURNER.

iii. ROBERT W. TURNER.

iv. JOHN O. TURNER.

v. EMMA J. TURNER.

vi. LOUIS D. TURNER.

 

4. MUSIDORE LOUISA5 ROUNTREE (JAMES LEWIS4 ROWNTREE/ROUNTREE, THOMAS HART3 ROUNTREE, RICHARDSON2, WILLIAM1) was born October 31, 1837 in Alabama, and died November 11, 1921 in Burnet Co; Texas. She married SAMUEL KING MCFARLAND June 13, 1854 in Burnet Co; Texas. He was born September 08, 1837 in Missouri, and died July 07, 1901 in Burnet Co; Texas.

Obituary for Mrs. L. M. McFarland

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It became necessary to MOVE graves that would be covered over by Lake Buchanan, beginning in 1931, TWO of the graves of young children of S.K. & M.L. were moved from the Old Bluffton Cem. to the New Bluffton Cem., located 8 or 9 miles west of Shaw Island, 3 miles west of present community of "New" Bluffton. Jennie is buried in an Unmarked Grave at the New Bluffton Cemetery, although cemetery records show she is buried in Lot 167 grave 2, and Mattie is buried in Lot 167 grave 1.

Records kept by the company hired to move these graves referred to the children as MATTIE and JENNIE, with Jennie listed as an infant. Persons NOTIFIED for permission to move the graves, their relationship and place of residence in 1931 were: R. J. McFarland of Burnet: W. A. of Cleburne; R. R. of Cleburn, listed as brothers, and an added note which said to notify Mrs. Hudson Hereford at Tow.

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Children of MUSIDORE ROUNTREE and SAMUEL MCFARLAND are:

i. EMILY JANE "JENNIE" MCFARLAND.  (died in infancy.)

ii. HIRAM MCFARLAND. (died in infancy.)

iii. IRA MCFARLAND.  (died young.)

iv. SAMUEL LEWIS MCFARLAND, b. April 07, 1855, Tennessee; d. January 1930; m. MARY ALICE BEAN, October 10, 1877, Lampasas Co; Texas; b. December 15, 1859; d. November 1936.  He is buried in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Notes for Samuel Lewis McFarland

BURNET BULLETIN. The Burnet Bulletin, a weekly newspaper first published in January 1873, was edited until 1874 by George Whitaker. According to other sources, T. A. Stone may have founded and first edited the paper as the Burnet County Exponent, then sold it to Whitaker, who changed the name. Subsequent publishers included C. W. Miller, Charles M. Harris and Company (1875), Swift Ogle and Company (1876), S. L. McFarland and James Kibbee (1876), and James Kibbee (1877). C. W. Macune,qv Charles M. Harris, and Swift Ogle were successive editors. Ogle became editor and owner in 1878 but disappeared with some of the paper's funds in 1879, after which Capt. T. E. Hammond served as editor with financial assistance from Gen. Adam R. Johnson.qv James A. Stevens ran the paper from 1880 to 1898, when it was acquired by L. C. and Hardee (J. H.) Chamberlain, in whose family it remained until 1960. Ward Lowe, D. C. (Chester) Kincheloe, Lowell C. Welch, Ted C. Polk, and Mr. and Mrs. George Puckett of the Bluebonnet Publishing Company published the paper between 1961 and 1975. Another weekly paper known as the Bulletin and Bertram Enterprise was published briefly by Mr. and Mrs. Ted Polk and Mrs. Marvin Dodd in 1974. The weekly Burnet County Bulletin appeared from 1974 to 1987 and the Bulletin and Marble Falls Messenger after February of the latter year. Former Dallas newsman Tom Graham and associates purchased the paper in 1981 but sold it later that year to Mac B. McKinnon. In the 1990s the paper was published by Rick Espitia and had a circulation of 3,550.

bibliography: Texas Newspaper Directory (Austin: Texas Press Service, 1991).

Diana J. Kleiner

v. MARTHA "MATTIE" ARMORETTA MCFARLAND, b. 1856.

vi. RUFUS JACKSON MCFARLAND, b. April 09, 1858, Burnet Co; Texas; d. July 12, 1944, Burnet Co; Texas; m. CORA EDNA JONES, January 01, 1884, Burnet Co; Texas; b. September 16, 1865, Travis Co; Texas; d. July 24, 1923, Burnet Co; Texas.

Obituary for RUFUS JACKSON MCFARLAND

Obituary for Cora Edna McFarland


vii. AMANDA OLIVIA "OLLIE" MCFARLAND, b. May 02, 1864, Burnet Co; Texas; d. March 17, 1886, Burnet Co; Texas.  She is buried in the Old Burnet Cemetery, Burnet Co; Texas

viii. WILLIAM ALEXANDER MCFARLAND, b. September 28, 1875, Burnet Co; Texas; m. (1) SOPHIA PETERS, Bef. 1892; m. (2) BESSIE MCCOY, September 28, 1892, Burnet Co; Texas; d. December 12, 1951, Burnet Co; Texas.

 ix. ROBERT RAY MCFARLAND, b. August 03, 1878, Burnet Co; Texas; d. December 01, 1944, Cleburne Co; Texas; m. MARY THOMAS "MOLLIE" DEBO, April 23, 1890, Burnet Co; Texas; b. December 23, 1876, Burnet Co; Texas; d. May 24, 1932, Cleburne Co; Texas.

 

5. ELVIRA MELVINA5 ROUNTREE (JAMES LEWIS4 ROWNTREE/ROUNTREE, THOMAS HART3 ROUNTREE, RICHARDSON2, WILLIAM1) was born March 10, 1845 in Milam Co; Texas, and died February 20, 1936 in Burnet Co; Texas. She married FRANKLIN "FRANK" THOMAS December 12, 1866 in Burnet Co; Texas. He was born September 05, 1841, and died April 17, 1916 in Burnet Co; Texas; buried in Old Burnet Cemetery.

Notes for ELVIRA MELVINA ROUNTREE:

Information offered by the daughter of Emily Jane Rountree, granddaughter of James L. Rountree & Musadore Flack:

Elvira, a daughter, who married _____ Thomas, and lived at Burnett, Texas. This Thomas wound up the estate of my grandfather, James L. Rountree, in the probate courts at Burnett, Texas. I remember receipts being sent out here for all of us (my mother's children) to sign, for our interests in the estate.

Obituary of Elvira Melvina (Rountree) Thomas
Biography of Frank Thomas

 

Children of ELVIRA ROUNTREE and ELISHA THOMAS are:

i. MARSHALL THOMAS, b. 1867.

ii. ALICE BERNICE THOMAS, b. 1869; m. J.A. GRAHAM.

iii. ROBERT THOMAS, b. 1871; d. 1941.

iv. KATE THOMAS, b. 1874; d. August 07, 1931; m. VERT T. BREAZEALE, Abt. 1911.  She is buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Burnet.

v. FRANK "LITTLE FRANK" JR. THOMAS, b. March 26, 1878; d. January 01, 1939, Burnet Co; Texas.  He is buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Burnet Co; Texas

vi. LOUISE THOMAS, b. 1880.  She is buried in the Burnet Cemetery

More About LOUISE THOMAS:

 

6. JOSEPHINE "AUNT JO"5 ROUNTREE (JAMES LEWIS4 ROWNTREE/ROUNTREE, THOMAS HART3 ROUNTREE, RICHARDSON2, WILLIAM1) was born March 22, 1848 in Manor, Travis Co; Texas, and died January 08, 1933 in Oatmeal, Burnet Co; Texas. She married ROBERT "UNCLE BOB" LEWIS August 01, 1867 in Bosque Co; Texas. He was born October 17, 1836 in Athens, Limestone Co; Alabama, and died January 17, 1933 in Burnet Co; Texas.  He was a Confederate Soldier in Captain Arnett's company.

Obituary for JOSEPHINE "AUNT JO" ROUNTREE

Obituary for ROBERT "UNCLE BOB" LEWIS:

Children of JOSEPHINE ROUNTREE and ROBERT LEWIS are:

i. GEORGIANN LEWIS, b. August 22, 1868, Burnet Co; Texas; d. June 11, 1947; m. (1) SILAS DUNLAP TAYLOR, July 04, 1888; m. (2) D.K. UZZELL, January 08, 1919.   She  is buried in Clyde, Texas.

ii. OPHELIA LEWIS, b. October 18, 1869, Burnet Co; Texas; d. November 04, 1950, Burnet Co; Texas; m. JOHN WARREN DAVIDSON, November 09, 1888; b. March 22, 1866; d. April 14, 1944, Burnet Co; Texas.  They are both buried in the Oatmeal Cemetery.

iii. CLARA LEWIS, b. June 18, 1871, Burnet Co; Texas; d. September 11, 1964; m. WILCE C. EVANS, November 09, 1888.  She is buried in Winters, Texas.

iv. NORA LEWIS, b. July 14, 1872, Burnet Co; Texas; d. October 07, 1959, McKinney, Texas; m. MARTIN WHITE MOSES, April 19, 1893.  She is buried in McKinney, Texas.

9. v. RODNEY TAYLOR LEWIS, b. February 26, 1874, Burnet Co; Texas; d. February 24, 1962, Burnet Co; Texas.

vi. RUFUS EDMUND LEWIS, b. September 10, 1875, Burnet Co; Texas; d. Corpus Christi, Texas; m. BETTY NUTT.  He is buried at Seaside Memorial Cemetery, Corpus Christi, Texas

 vii. WADE LEWIS, b. April 17, 1877, Burnet Co; Texas; d. September 13, 1905, Burnet Co; Texas; m. BONNIE BELLE NUTT.  He is buried in Oatmeal Cemetery.

viii. MINNIE LOUISE LEWIS, b. April 17, 1880, Burnet Co; Texas; m. EVERETT JAMES HARDGROVE.  She is buried in San Angelo, Texas.

ix. ROBERT HIX LEWIS, b. July 07, 1883, Burnet Co; Texas; d. May 15, 1959, Burnet Co; Texas; m. LIZZIE WILSON; b. 1892; d. 1941, Burnet Co; Texas.  They both are buried in Oatmeal Cemetery.

 

7. MARY ANN GARNER5 ROUNTREE (JAMES LEWIS4 ROWNTREE/ROUNTREE, THOMAS HART3 ROUNTREE, RICHARDSON2, WILLIAM1) was born October 05, 1858 in Oatmeal, Burnet Co; Texas, and died December 08, 1888 in Burnet Co; Texas. She married COLOMBUS JOSEPH H. HIBLER January 15, 1879 in Burnet Co; Texas. He was born April 10, 1858 in Missouri, and died February 10, 1926 in Burnet Co; Texas.  They both are buried in Fairland Cemetery, Burnet County, Texas.

<>Children of MARY ROUNTREE and COLOMBUS HIBLER are:

i. KATHERINE SYLVANIA HIBLER, b. December 19, 1880, Missouri; d. March 07, 1914, San Patricio Co; Texas; m. (1) MAYFIELD; m. (2) CLARENCE TAYLOR MORROW, May 08, 1904, Marble Falls, Burnet Co; Texas; b. January 22, 1869, Rutherford Co; North Carolina; d. October 02, 1949.

ii. GROVER CLEVELAND HIBLER, b. March 12, 1884, Burnet Co; Texas.


Generation No. 3


8. RUFUS ALONZO6 PARKES (EMILY JANE5 ROUNTREE, JAMES LEWIS4 ROWNTREE/ROUNTREE, THOMAS HART3 ROUNTREE, RICHARDSON2, WILLIAM1) was born October 21, 1849 in Lynchburg, Lincoln (Moore) Co; Tennessee. He married SUSAN A. HOLT November 14, 1872.

Notes for RUFUS ALONZO PARKES:

MOORE COUNTY, TN Bio

HON. R. A. PARKS, editor of the Lynchburg Falcon and attorney at law, was born October 21, 1849, in Lynchburg. His father is Rufus -B. Parks, whose sketch appears next above. His early life was spent with his parents and in school. He engaged in teaching school and studying law when a young man. In June, 1872, he obtained license to practice law, and has ever since continued to do so, in the firm of Holman & Parks, from 1872 to 1884, and since then in the firm of Holman, Holman & Parks. He was united in marriage, November 141872, to Miss Susan A. Holt, of Moore County. This union has been blessed in the birth of six children, four of whom are now living: Roy H., Pearl, Harry R. and Margaret. Mr. Parks is a Democrat in politics and take# an active interest In political affairs. He has held the office of recorder of Lynchburg, and is 'now filling his second term of office as mayor of the town. He represented Lincoln and Moore Counties in the lower house of the Legislature from 1882 to 1884. He is a member of I. O. O. F.,having joined that fraternity in December, 1884. Since february, 1884, he has been editor and proprietor of the Lynchburg Falcon, and has made it a good paper.

Children of RUFUS PARKES and SUSAN HOLT are:

i. ROY H. PARKES.

ii. PEARL PARKES.

iii. HARRY R. PARKES.

iv. MARGARET PARKES.

 

9. RODNEY TAYLOR6 LEWIS (JOSEPHINE "AUNT JO"5 ROUNTREE, JAMES LEWIS4 ROWNTREE/ROUNTREE, THOMAS HART3 ROUNTREE, RICHARDSON2, WILLIAM1) was born February 26, 1874 in Burnet Co; Texas, and died February 24, 1962 in Burnet Co; Texas. He married (1) SUSAN ELIZABETH THORP February 24, 1897 in Bertram, Burnet Co; Texas. She was born February 26, 1875 in Burnet Co; Texas, and died December 22, 1939 in Burnet Co; Texas. He married (2) MRS. ANNIE LEE SCHOOLEY EDWARDS January 01, 1951. She was born December 02, 1884, and died January 01, 1971.

Obituary for RODNEY TAYLOR LEWIS:

Obituary for SUSAN ELIZABETH THORP

 

Children of RODNEY LEWIS and SUSAN THORP are:

i. ORA MABEL LEWIS.

ii. HORACE DUDLEY LEWIS.

iii. HAZEL VALREE LEWIS.

 


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