Descendants of Jesse
Generation No. 1
1. JESSE1 GILBERT1.
Children of JESSE GILBERT are:
LODOSKI2 GILBERT1, m. ISAAC HOYT BENEDICT1.
ii. SARAH GILBERT1, m. UNKNOWN JOHNS1.
2. iii. ABRAHAM GILBERT, b. 1801, Newberry Co., SC; d. 1841,
Generation No. 2
2. ABRAHAM2 GILBERT (JESSE1)1 was born 1801 in Newberry Co.,
SC, and died 1841 in Brenham, TX. He married ELIZABETH WEST1
1828 in Newberry Co., SC, daughter of JOHN WEST and DRUCILLA
LINDSAY. She was born 20 Oct 1811 in Newberry Co., SC, and
died 27 Feb 1871 in Eutaw, AL.
Notes for ELIZABETH WEST:
Obituary from the Eutaw Whig and Observer:
Died at her residence in Eutaw, on the 27th day of February 1871,
Mrs. Elizabeth Gilbert. She was born in Newberry, South
Carolina, in the year 1811. In 1830 she intermarried with
Abram Gilbert and shortly afterwards removed with her husband to
Columbus, Georgia. They migrated thence to Texas in 1840,
where her husband died. In 1842 she moved to this country, and
continued to reside here until her death. She was the mother
of five children, all of whom she survived but one, who is now one
of the proprietors of the "West Alabamian" at Carrolton. She
joined the Methodist Church in 1833, and continued a strict and
consistent member of it during the remainder of her life. Mrs.
Gilbert was a most excellent woman. She possessed many lovely
and beautiful traits of character. She was kind, gentle,
charitable and good. She made a dutiful and affectionate wife.
She was an excellent mother, a warm friend, a kind neighbor and a
useful, but unobtrusive member of society. She was universally
respected in this community; had many warm friends and left not a
single enemy among us. Her Christian life was consistent and
instructive to others. Her piety was fervent and sincere, but
not obtrusive in demonstration or noisy in expression. Her
walk was blameless and her conversation that of a pure and guileless
Christian. As she lived the life of the righteous, so her last
end was peaceful and serene. The cheering, declaration on the
"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord" should be a comfort to
those who mourn her.
Children of ABRAHAM GILBERT and ELIZABETH WEST are:
3. i. ANGELINE H.3 GILBERT, b. 1830; d. 1854.
4. ii. CAPT. LOUZENSKI E. GILBERT, b. 07 Apr 1833, Columbus Co.,
GA; d. 18 Apr 1878, Carrollton, Pickens Co., AL.
iii. MARY L. GILBERT1, b. 15 Dec 1835; d. Jan 1847.
iv. ALEXANDER SPEAR GILBERT1, b. 14 Apr 1838; d. 04 Nov 1863.
Generation No. 3
3. ANGELINE H.3 GILBERT (ABRAHAM2, JESSE1)1 was born 1830, and
died 1854. She married THOMAS JENNINGS1. He died 02 Jul
1864 in Decatur, AL.
More About THOMAS JENNINGS:
Military: CSA/Killed in Battle
Children of ANGELINE GILBERT and THOMAS JENNINGS are:
5. i. GEORGE FOSTER4 JENNINGS, b. 02 Dec 1849, Eutaw, Green Co.,
6. ii. AMANDA JENNINGS, b. Aft. 1849.
4. CAPT. LOUZENSKI E.3 GILBERT (ABRAHAM2, JESSE1)1 was born 07
Apr 1833 in Columbus Co., GA, and died 18 Apr 1878 in Carrollton,
Pickens Co., AL. He married (1) ELIZABETH FAIRCHILD JACKSON 07
Sep 1854, daughter of CORNELIUS JACKSON and ELIZABETH FAIRCHILD.
She was born 10 Oct 1835 in Stanford, CT, and died 15 Dec 1862 in
Jasper, AL. He married (2) VIRGINIA FAIRFIELD STINSON2,3 14
Feb 1867 in Pickens Co., AL. She died 05 Sep 1887 in
Carrollton, Pickens Co., AL.
Notes for CAPT. LOUZENSKI E. GILBERT:
**Died-Capt. Louzenski E. Gilbert on April 18, 1878, age 45 years.
Confederate Soldier under Capt. F. A. Gamble of Walker CO., on whose
resignation he was promoted to that position in 28th Alabama
Mannigault's Brigade. Taken prisoner at Mission Ridge, he was
on Johnson's Island 10 months before exchange. After war came
Pickens and purchased half interest in the West Alabamian. In
1866 he married Miss Virginia F. Stinson.****
More About CAPT. LOUZENSKI E. GILBERT:
Migration: After Civil War came to Pickens Co., AL and purchased
half interest in the West Alabamian
Military: CSA/under Capt F. A. Gamble of Walker Co. on whose
resignation he was promoted to that position in 28th AL Mannigault's
Brigade--Taken prisoner at Missionary Ridge and was on Johnson's
Island 10 months before exchange
Occupation: Editor/Proprietor of the Navasota (Texas) Tablet
More About VIRGINIA FAIRFIELD STINSON:
Medical Information: ***Died Sept. 5, 1887, Mrs. Virginia F.
Gilbert, widow of Capt. L. E. Gilbert, of Carrollton.*****
Marriage Notes for LOUZENSKI GILBERT and VIRGINIA STINSON:
**Married-February 14, 1867 at the home of the bride's uncle James
Stinson, by Rev J. A. Peebles, Capt. Love E. Gilbert and Miss V. F.
Children of LOUZENSKI GILBERT and ELIZABETH JACKSON are:
7. i. CHARLES EDWIN4 GILBERT, b. 04 Jul 1855, Livingston, AL; d.
8. ii. MARY ELIZABETH GILBERT, b. 05 May 1857, Carrollton, Pickens
Co., AL; d. Aft. 1880.
iii. ALEXANDER SPEAR GILBERT, b. May 1859, Jasper, AL; d.
Bet. 1859 - 1860, Jasper, AL.
9. iv. LYDA R. GILBERT, b. 20 Oct 1860, Jasper, AL; d. 16 Apr 1942,
San Antonio, Bexar Co., TX.
v. LOVINSKY SANDFORD GILBERT, b. 03 Nov 1862, Jasper, AL; d. 05
Sep 1863, Eutaw, Greene Co., AL.
Children of LOUZENSKI GILBERT and VIRGINIA STINSON are:
10. vi. ANNIE HELENA4 GILBERT, b. of West Point, MS.
vii. JENNIE GILBERT3, m. HARRY WYLIE, 1901.
viii. LILLIE GILBERT3, b. Carrollton, Pickens Co., AL; m.
WILLIAM SHEARON, 29 Nov 1892, Dallas, TX.
ix. WILLIAM STINSON GILBERT3, b. 16 May 1874, Carrollton,
Pickens Co., AL; d. 13 Oct 1929, Portland, OR.
x. SALLY J. GILBERT3, b. 06 Mar 1876, Carrollton, Pickens Co.,
AL; m. NELSON S. MORGAN, St. Louis, MO.
xi. LOUZENSKI E. GILBERT, JR.4, b. 02 May 1877; d. 24 Nov 1879,
Carrollton, Pickens Co., AL.
More About LOUZENSKI E. GILBERT, JR.:
Medical Information: ***Died-In Carrollton, Nov 24, 1879 Louzenski
E. Gilbert, Jr. age 2yrs 7mos 22days son of Mrs. V. F. Gilbert*****
Generation No. 4
5. GEORGE FOSTER4 JENNINGS (ANGELINE H.3 GILBERT, ABRAHAM2,
JESSE1)5 was born 02 Dec 1849 in Eutaw, Green Co., AL. He
married VIOLA TRANTHAM Sep 1876.
Children of GEORGE JENNINGS and VIOLA TRANTHAM are:
i. EULA5 JENNINGS.
ii. DAISY JENNINGS.
iii. ADA JENNINGS.
iv. LILLIE JENNINGS.
v. JULIA JENNINGS.
vi. ANGY BELL JENNINGS.
vii. CHARLIE JENNINGS.
viii. GEORGE JENNINGS.
ix. TOM JENNINGS.
6. AMANDA4 JENNINGS (ANGELINE H.3 GILBERT, ABRAHAM2, JESSE1)5
was born Aft. 1849. She married ANTHONY WAYNE LATHAM.
Children of AMANDA JENNINGS and ANTHONY LATHAM are:
i. JAMES5 LATHAM.
ii. GEORGE LATHAM.
iii. TOM LATHAM.
iv. LYDA LATHAM.
v. ORRIE LATHAM.
7. CHARLES EDWIN4 GILBERT (LOUZENSKI E.3, ABRAHAM2,
JESSE1)6,7,8 was born 04 Jul 1855 in Livingston, AL, and died 1939.
He married ELIZABETH GERTRUDE WILSON9 20 Dec 1877 in Carrollton,
Pickens Co., AL, daughter of BENJAMIN WILSON and ELIZABETH BOSTICK.
She was born 1856 in AL, and died 1937.
Notes for CHARLES EDWIN GILBERT:
29. Abilene Reporter News.
Oldest existing business institution in Abilene. The first newspaper
was printed on June 17,1881. Location: Inside the present
Reporter-News building at North 1st and Cypress, Abilene.
1880 Census Place Navasota, Grimes, Texas
C. C. GILBERT Self M Male
W 24 ALABAMA Editor And
Publisher GEORGIA CONNECTICUT
Gertrude GILBERT Wife M Female
W 23 ALABAMA Keeping House
Gertrude GILBERT Dau S Female
W 1 TEXAS
Mary E. GILBERT Sister S Female
W 23 ALABAMA
Lyda R. GILBERT Sister S Female
W 19 ALABAMA
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Charles E. Gilbert a native of Alabama started the Abilene
Reporter News on June 17, 1881. The paper was moved into
permanent quarters and changed from a weekly to a daily edition
sometimes on occasion when money was tight. The newspaper reverted
to a weekly edition. Gilbert influence in news paper continued
unchallenged until 1883 when a editorial competition developed with
his rival William Gibbs of the Magnetic Quill. Gilbert and
Gibbs fought for readership and embroiled in press battle when they
took opposing sides in the range war of the 1880's. It was over the
United States, the open range cattlemen detested of the barbed wire
fences. Gilbert wanted fence building and thought it was absolute
necessity for the growth of Abilene. Gilbert and Gibbs took the
fight out of the pressroom and the Taylor County News termed,
"an editorial encounter in which they tried to prove that the sword
is mightier then the pen." Neither died and it all most ruined the
reporter but Gilbert and the newspaper he founded would be the
oldest continuous enterprise in Abilene. The Quill had its last
edition in September of 1885.
Shilcutt,Tracy; Coffey,David; Frazier,Donald Historic Abilene An
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Duff Katharyn, Abilene …On Catclaw Creek Abilene: The Reporter
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Connecticut Sons of the American Revolution, 1892-1903 Yearbooks
Gilbert, Charles Edwin
The Abilene Reporter-News
The First Edition and Charles Edwin Gilbert The first edition of
Abilene's first newspaper, The Abilene Reporter, was
published June 17, 1881, three months and two days after the village
was established at a town lot auction.
The newspaper, known now as The Abilene Reporter-News, has
been in operation since, making it the oldest business concern in
Abilene. The newspaper shared the town's earliest development. Early
editors coaxed Abilenians to install board sidewalks to keep
townsmen out of the mud. An early editor waged a holy war against
prairie dogs, declaring, "The press is going to tackle this evil."
The newspaper, through its editorial leadership, has had much to do
with the development of West Central Texas. Later editors have
crusaded for public parks, for industrial development, more adequate
water supplies and downtown renovation.
The newspaper was established by Charles Edwin Gilbert, a native of
Alabama who came to Texas in 1876 at age 21. He went first to
Navasota where for five years he published The Navasota Tablet.
That paper prospered, but Gilbert's attention was caught by the
advertising campaign the Texas and Pacific Railroad was waging for a
new town it was sponsoring in West Texas, Abilene, a town the
railroad was billing as the "Future Great city of West Texas."
Gilbert sold his paper, packed up his family and moved west,
arriving in Abilene in the late spring of 1881, possibly in May
after the March 15 sale of town lots. He rented a three-room shanty
for his family and pitched a tent on South First between Oak and
Chestnut to house his operation while a frame structure, Abilene's
first newspaper plant, was being built.
Gilbert purchased from a defunct Buffalo Gap newspaper, The
Texas Eagle, a half-wagon load of equipment, including a
"shirttail full of type," some cases and cabinets and a small,
one-page George Washington press. (The press was the same model, if
not the identical machine, as the old
"G. Wash." press The Reporter-News has on display in its
The first issue of Gilbert's newspaper, a weekly he called The
Abilene Reporter, was printed at his tent location.
(Abridged from Katharyn Duff's April 19, 1981 "The Story of a
The Abilene Reporter-News
Competition and a Gunfight
In an emerging town, Charles Edwin Gilbert soon had competition.
The Magnetic Quill was established in 1882, exact date unknown,
by William L. Gibbs, a part-time preacher who for a time preached a
religion based on a literal interpretation of the Bible. He believed
in triple immersion, once for "The Father," once for "The Son" and
once for "The Holy Spirit."
Gilbert and Gibbs took opposing positions on many issues. Gilbert
pushed for immigrants to settle West Texas. Gibbs favored the open
range cattlemen. Gilbert promoted the Fair. Gibbs suggested that
some of the crops Gilbert had displayed in the 1884 Fair had not
been grown locally.
Gilbert wanted Abilene to incorporate as a town. Gibbs thought the
village was doing well without that expense. Gilbert wanted the land
to be fenced. Gibbs opposed fencing.
The two fought their own printed version of the Barbed Wire War. The
editorial battles soon became financial warfare. Gilbert was
supported by farmers and struggling businessmen. Gibbs had support
of the "cattle barons."
Gilbert recalled later that for 18 months in a row he operated at a
net loss averaging $150 per month. In March 1884, Gilbert took two
bold actions. He turned his struggling weekly into a daily
publication. And he helped promote a "back fire," a third newspaper.
Gilbert had on his staff an excellent printer, James L. Lowry, a
native of Illinois, resident of Abilene since 1883. Gilbert
suggested that Lowry start a new paper, offering him several
options. Lowry decided to go it alone. He began The Taylor County
News on March 27, 1885. It was a readable, informative journal,
filled with news about the development of the rolling plains.
About a month after he started publication, Lowry had the
opportunity to cover a big local event -- the duel between Gilbert
and Gibbs. No copies of their papers are available, but Lowry
proclaimed the story, "San Jacinto's Day Celebrated by a Shooting
Match -- An Editorial Encounter in Which They Try to Prove That the
Sword is Mightier Than the Pen."
In her thesis on The Abilene Reporter-News, Mrs. Naomi
Kincaid wrote that the oldtimers said the fight came about because
of Gibbs' remarks about Gilbert's opposition to labor unions.
The two met on Pine Street, Gilbert armed with a loaded buggy whip
and a pistol, Gibbs with a "pepper" pistol. Five shots were fired.
"Gilbert received a glancing blow across the forehead and Gibbs had
a bruised arm from a blow with a loaded whip," Lowry wrote. Gilbert,
who had gone hunting before the fight, was charged with aggravated
assault and fined $25 and costs. Possibly as an act of apology,
Gilbert resigned as Methodist Sunday School superintendent.
The Magnetic Quill went out of business in
September 1885, and The Abilene Reporter and The Taylor
County News continued. The papers were competitive, but without
personal bitterness. The Reporter was a sometime daily,
sometime weekly paper, according to the degree of local prosperity.
Gilbert sold The Reporter in May 1886 to Dr. Alf H. H. Toler
of The Colorado (City) Clipper and moved to Dallas where he
purchased The Dallas Times. Later, he merged The Times
with The Dallas Herald and for many years was
editor-publisher of the newspaper which bore the name he created for
it (The Dallas Times-Herald) until it ceased publication.
More About CHARLES EDWIN GILBERT:
Census: 1880, Grimes Co., TX/Navasota/Pg1A/Editor & Publisher
Fact: 17 Jun 1881, Founded the Abilene Reporter
Fact2: Founded the Dallas-Times Herald
More About ELIZABETH GERTRUDE WILSON:
Census: 1860, Pickens Co., AL/So. Dist./29/27HH of her Uncle Elbert
Census2: 1870, Pickens Co., AL/Pickensville/138/138
Census3: 1880, Grimes Co., TX/Navasota/Pg1A/KeepingHouse
Marriage Notes for CHARLES GILBERT and ELIZABETH WILSON:
**MARRIAGE NOTICE** Married- 20 Dec 1877 in Carrollton at the
home of Hon. T. G. Williams, by Rev S F Hill; MR CHARLES E GILBERT
and MISS TRUDIE WILSON, daughter of DR B F WILSON. He is the
son of Capt. Gilbert, Editor and proprietor of the Navasota Texas
Tablet and returned home to claim his bride.**
***MARRIAGE NOTICE***Married-20 Dec1877 CHARLES E GILBERT and
ELIZABETH G WILSON****
Children of CHARLES GILBERT and ELIZABETH WILSON are:
i. JULIA GERTRUDE5 GILBERT10, b. 1879, TX;
More About JULIA GERTRUDE GILBERT:
Census: 1880, Grimes Co., TX/Navasota/Pg1A/
ii. ELIZABETH BOSTICK GILBERT10, b. 10 Nov 1883; d. 15 Apr 1968,
Palacios, Matagorda Co., TX.
iii. CHARLES EDWIN GILBERT, JR.10, b. 1888; m. MARY WEYMAN10.
11. iv. HELEN B. GILBERT, b. 1891; d. 1968.
v. PHILIP SMITH GILBERT10, b. 08 Jan 1893; d. Jan 1963, TX; m.
(1) NEVA BARBER, 25 Dec 1914, Matagorda, TX; m. (2) DOVE EARLY10,
Marriage Notes for PHILIP GILBERT and NEVA BARBER:
Mr. P. S. Gilbert and Miss Neva Barber were united in marriage on
Christmas Day at 5 o’clock in the afternoon, at the home of the
bride’s parents, Rev. O. B. Falls, the pastor of the First Baptist
It was a private home wedding, at which only a few invited friends
of both families were present. The wedding march was played by
Mrs. Bub Smith.
The bride is the daughter of Judge and Mrs. I. N. Barber and is a
most estimable young lady; while the bridegroom is the son of Editor
and Mrs. C. E. Gilbert, of this city.
The Tribune extends the usual cordial congratulations.
The Matagorda County Tribune, January 1, 1915
8. MARY ELIZABETH4 GILBERT (LOUZENSKI E.3, ABRAHAM2, JESSE1)11
was born 05 May 1857 in Carrollton, Pickens Co., AL, and died Aft.
1880. She married ROBERT MONROE HUDSON 15 Dec 1883 in Abilene,
More About MARY ELIZABETH GILBERT:
Census: 1880, Grimes Co., TX/Navasota/Pg1A/HH of her brother and
Children of MARY GILBERT and ROBERT HUDSON are:
i. CHARLIE GILBERT5 HUDSON.
ii. LIZZIE HUDSON.
iii. ROBERT MONROE HUDSON, JR..
iv. THOMAS JEFFERSON HUDSON.
v. VEDA HUDSON.
vi. ANDREW HUDSON, b. 1895.
9. LYDA R.4 GILBERT (LOUZENSKI E.3, ABRAHAM2, JESSE1)12,13 was
born 20 Oct 1860 in Jasper, AL, and died 16 Apr 1942 in San Antonio,
Bexar Co., TX. She married THOMAS GABRALDA ANDREWS14,15 26 Oct
1882 in Abilene, TX. He was born 27 Jan 1861 in Lavaca Co.,
TX, and died 29 Jan 1920 in San Antonio, Bexar Co., TX.
More About LYDA R. GILBERT:
Census: 1880, Grimes Co., TX/Navasota/Pg1A/HH of her brother and
Children of LYDA GILBERT and THOMAS ANDREWS are:
i. ANNIE JAMES5 ANDREWS.
12. ii. BESSIE LENA ANDREWS.
iii. ELEANOR BRACKENRIDGE ANDREWS.
iv. KATE CLARK ANDREWS.
v. MAMIE BELL ANDREWS.
vi. RICHARD WARREN ANDREWS.
vii. ROBERT REDDIN ANDREWS.
viii. THOMAS GABRALDA ANDREWS, JR..
ix. CHARLES JAY ANDREWS16, b. 01 Jun 1899, San Antonio, Bexar
10. ANNIE HELENA4 GILBERT (LOUZENSKI E.3, ABRAHAM2, JESSE1)17
was born in of West Point, MS. She married C. ERNEST CROWELL
30 Nov 1892.
Children of ANNIE GILBERT and C. CROWELL are:
i. ANNIE HELENA5 CROWELL, m. RUDY KARNES, 23 Apr 1938, St.
ii. SALLIE CROWELL.
iii. VIRGINIA EDWINA CROWELL, m. (1) PATRICK C. MEAGHER, 08
Aug 1923; d. Bef. 1939; m. (2) J. BURNS READ, 1939.
iv. WILLIE WHITE CROWELL, m. AL BLEVINS, 09 Dec 1938, St. Louis,
13. v. THAD MOSELEY CROWELL, b. 23 Dec 1893.
14. vi. JULIAN ERNEST CROWELL, b. 13 Sep 1895.
15. vii. CHARLES CLARENCE CROWELL, b. 27 Jan 1904.
Generation No. 5
11. HELEN B.5 GILBERT (CHARLES EDWIN4, LOUZENSKI E.3,
ABRAHAM2, JESSE1)18 was born 1891, and died 1968. She married
AMOS E. DUFFY18 Aug 1913 in Matagorda, TX. He was born in
Marriage Notes for HELEN GILBERT and AMOS DUFFY:
DUFFY – GILBERT
In the Methodist church here last Wednesday at 11 o’clock, the
marriage of one of Matagorda’s young couples was celebrated with the
beautiful service of the Methodist church. The church had been
tastily decorated by loving hands, and was filled by friends of the
contracting parties. Just before the entrance of the bridal party,
Miss Joe Sargent sang beautifully, “I Love You Truly,” Mrs. G.
Sterne playing the accompaniment on the organ. Then to the sweet
strains of Lothengrin’s bridal chorus, Mrs. Sterne at the organ
accompanied by Mr. C. A. Davis on the violin, the bridal party
proceeded down the aisle, Messrs. Rugely Serrill and Jacob Smith as
ushers, Miss Loula Bell Salley as maid of honor and
Johnnie May Williams as best man, in advance of the bride and groom,
Miss Helen Gilbert and Mr. Amos E. Duffy. They were met by the
pastor, Rev. D. S. Burke, at the altar where they were united in the
holy bonds of wedlock with the beautiful ring ceremony. Traumerii
being played all the while. Mendelsohn’s wedding march was played as
the bridal party left the church.
The bride’s dress was of white crepe de chine trimmed in point lace
and a white picture hat. Miss Salley wore white crepe de chine over
pink and white picture hat, both carrying Shasta daises and ferns.
The groom wore the conventional black.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. C. E. Gilbert of the Matagorda
News, and the groom, a native of Matagorda, is one of the
prominent young business men of the town, and known and esteemed
throughout the county.
Mr. and Mrs. Duffy, after dinner at the Gilbert home, left on the
Santa Fe for Houston and Galveston where they will spend a few days,
returning to their home on Saturday.
Matagorda News & Midcoast Farmer, August 8, 1913
Children of HELEN GILBERT and AMOS DUFFY are:
i. AMOS E.6 DUFFY, JR..
ii. BETTY LOU DUFFY.
iii. JACK GILBERT DUFFY.
iv. TRUDE ANN DUFFY, m. THOMAS S. BRANDON.
12. BESSIE LENA5 ANDREWS (LYDA R.4 GILBERT, LOUZENSKI E.3,
ABRAHAM2, JESSE1) She married WILLIAM WASHINGTON STOGNER, son
of UNKNOWN STOGNER and JULIA MORGAN. He was born 1873 in
Taylor, Lafayette Co., MS.
Child of BESSIE ANDREWS and WILLIAM STOGNER is:
i. LYDA6 STOGNER, m. AL BECKETT.
13. THAD MOSELEY5 CROWELL (ANNIE HELENA4 GILBERT, LOUZENSKI
E.3, ABRAHAM2, JESSE1) was born 23 Dec 1893. He married HELEN
T. REGAN 15 Apr 1925.
Children of THAD CROWELL and HELEN REGAN are:
i. THADUS MARTIN6 CROWELL
ii. JOHN EDWARD CROWELL
14. JULIAN ERNEST5 CROWELL (ANNIE HELENA4 GILBERT, LOUZENSKI
E.3, ABRAHAM2, JESSE1) was born 13 Sep 1895. He married LAURA
Child of JULIAN CROWELL and LAURA COGGINS is:
i. JULIAN ERNEST6 CROWELL, JR.
15. CHARLES CLARENCE5 CROWELL (ANNIE HELENA4 GILBERT,
LOUZENSKI E.3, ABRAHAM2, JESSE1) was born 27 Jan 1904. He
married GOLDENA PALMER 20 Sep 1925.
Children of CHARLES CROWELL and GOLDENA PALMER are:
i. CHARLES CLARENCE6 CROWELL, JR.
ii. WILLIAM GILBERT CROWELL
iii. ERNEST ELDRIDGE CROWELL
iv. ROBERT EDWARD CROWELL
v. KATHERINE VIRGINIA CROWELL
vi. DOROTHY ANN CROWELL
2. Marriage Record from Abstracts of Marriages and Death
Notices Pickens County Alabama.
4. Death Notice from Abstracts of Marriages and Death Notices
by Catherine Peper Spell and Nina Pepper.
6. Obit of grandfather Cornelius Jackson.
7. Iris Wood Mayo 1148 Forest Oaks Lane, Hurst, TX
9. Iris Wood Mayo 1148 Forest Oaks Lane, Hurst, TX
10. Beverly E. Wilson-"Wilson-Burnside-Warnock" Families in
the US of America 1660-1969 -Researched 1939-1969.
11. Obit of grandfather Cornelius Jackson.
12. Bible of Lyda Gilbert Andrews posted by Patsy Fox Andrews
14. Bible of Lyda Gilbert Andrews posted by Patsy Fox Andrews
15. Martha Box Andrews Family Record.
16. Bible of Lyda Gilbert Andrews posted by Patsy Fox Andrews
18. Beverly E. Wilson-"Wilson-Burnside-Warnock" Families in
the US of America 1660-1969 -Researched 1939-1969.