Dorothy Annette Owens

F, b. 18 December 1931, d. 23 January 2009
Relationship
1st cousin 1 time removed of Thana Kathleen White
     Dorothy Annette Owens was born on 18 December 1931 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi. She was the daughter of John Brown Owens and Frances Annette Gladney. Dorothy Annette Owens lived with her parents, John Brown Owens and Frances (Gladney) Owens on 1 April 1935 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi. Dorothy Annette Owens lived with her parents, John Brown Owens and Frances (Gladney) Owens in July 1939 at Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi. Dorothy Annette Owens attended the funeral of her grandmother, Kate (Koone) Owens on 31 July 1939 at Presbyterian Church, Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi. Dorothy Annette Owens appeared on the census of 1940 in the household of her father, John Brown Owens at Tulsa County, Oklahoma, as age eight, attending school, and she had completed second grade. Dorothy Annette Owens suffered the death of her sister, Kathleen "Katy" Gene Owens on 3 November 1944 at Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. Dorothy Annette Owens was graduated; from Austin College after having also attended SMU and TSCW. She suffered the death of her father, John Brown Owens on 19 February 1989 at Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. Annette (Owens) Kirk suffered the death of her mother, Frances (Gladney) Owens on 10 January 2004 at Texas.

Annette (Owens) Kirk died on 23 January 2009 at Texas at age 77. Funeral services were held on 25 January 2009 at Williams Memorial Chapel, Garland, Texas; at 3:30 p.m. She was buried on 25 January 2009 at Garland Memorial Park, Garland, Texas.

Kathleen "Katy" Gene Owens

F, b. 12 August 1944, d. 3 November 1944
Relationship
1st cousin 1 time removed of Thana Kathleen White
     Kathleen "Katy" Gene Owens was born on 12 August 1944 at Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. She was the daughter of John Brown Owens and Frances Annette Gladney. Kathleen "Katy" Gene Owens died on 3 November 1944 at Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. She was buried at Rose Hill Cemetery, Sardis, Panola County, Mississippi.

(?) Hallmark

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     (?) Hallmark married Mary Ygondine Jones circa 1945. (?) Hallmark and Mary Ygondine Jones were divorced.

Robert E. Askew

M, d. 9 April 2014
     Robert E. Askew died on 9 April 2014 at Georgia.

Charles Wendell Hulsey Jr.

M, b. 24 July 1948, d. 15 July 2005
     Charles Wendell Hulsey Jr. was born on 24 July 1948 at Owensboro, Daviess County, Kentucky. Charles Wendell Hulsey Jr. was also known as Charlie. He died on 15 July 2005 at Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, at age 56. Funeral services were held on 17 July 2005 at Northminister Presbyterian Church, Tucson, Pima County, Arizona; at 2:30 p.m., conducted by Rev. Peter J. Seiferth. He was cremated.

Child of Charles Wendell Hulsey Jr.

Charles Wendell Hulsey III

M, b. 3 July 1975, d. 5 March 1976
Relationship
Nephew of Thana Kathleen White
     Charles Wendell Hulsey III was born on 3 July 1975 at Cynthiana, Harrison County, Kentucky. He was the son of Charles Wendell Hulsey Jr. Charles Wendell Hulsey III died on 5 March 1976 at Cynthiana, Harrison County, Kentucky. Funeral services were held on 7 March 1976 at Whaley Funeral Home, Cynthiana, Harrison County, Kentucky; at 3 pm. He was buried on 8 March 1976 at Rose Hill Cemetery, Owensboro, Daviess County, Kentucky; at 2 pm with arrangements by Lusk Funeral Home of Paris, Kentucky. Charles Wendell Hulsey III's grave was moved in July 2011 to at Parkway Memorial Cemetery, Ridgeland, Madison County, Mississippi.

Ann Eunice Sullivan

F, b. 20 July 1848, d. 28 January 1922
     Ann Eunice Sullivan was born on 20 July 1848 at Mississippi. She married David Thomas Owens, son of William Bell Owens and Elizabeth Catherine Nason, on 30 March 1869 at Carroll County, Mississippi. David and Eunice Owens had twins, a boy and a girl that died at birth. Ann Eunice (Sullivan) Owens appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of David Thomas Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi; enumerated 3 June. David Owens was enumerated as head of household, age 43 and a farmer. Annie Owens was enumerated as his wife, age 31. Included in the household were Elisha J. Owens age 31 and John Owens age 24, both farmers. Ann Eunice (Sullivan) Owens appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of David Thomas Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi; enumerated 8 June. David T. Owens was enumerated as age 63, head of household and a farmer. Eunice Owens was enumerated as his wife. They owned their farm free of mortgage which was listed as number 74 on the farm schedule. Ann Eunice (Sullivan) Owens appeared on the census of 1910 in the household of David Thomas Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi; enumerated 23 April. David T. Owens was listed as age 73, head of household and a survivor of the Confederate Army. Eunice Owens was listed as his wife, age 63. David was listed as a farmer and owned his land free of mortgage. David and Eunice lived next to his brother and sisters. Ann Eunice (Sullivan) Owens was widowed with the death of David Thomas Owens on 19 February 1915 at Grenada County, Mississippi. Ann Eunice (Sullivan) Owens moved to Arkadelphia, Clark County, Arkansas; after the death of her husband, to live with relatives. She died on 28 January 1922 at Arkadelphia, Clark County, Arkansas, at age 73; at 5 a.m. Accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Huelia Anderson and Mrs. Anderson's son, her remains arrived in Grenada on Sunday January 29th on the Illinois Central train no. 3 from Arkadelphia. Funeral services were held on 29 January 1922 at Old Hope Church burying ground, Grenada County, Mississippi; "conducted by Rev. W. E. Farr, pastor of the First Baptist church." She was buried on 29 January 1922 at Old Hope Church Cemetery, Grenada County, Mississippi; "and laid to rest beside her husband."

John Joseph Williams

M, b. circa 1847, d. 5 October 1897
     John Joseph Williams was born circa 1847 at Mississippi. He married Martha Ann Elizabeth "Lit" Owens, daughter of William Bell Owens and Elizabeth Catherine Nason, on 10 April 1872 at Grenada County, Mississippi. John Joseph Williams appeared on the census of 1880 at Grenada County, Mississippi; enumerated 6 June. Joseph Williams was enumerated as age 33, head of household and a farmer. Mattie Williams was enumerated as his wife, age 33 and keeping house. Included in the household was one son, Willie age two and two Black children with the surname of McAlister, one male age three and one female age two months. He was widowed with the death of his wife, Martha A. E. "Lit" (Owens) Williams on 6 December 1894 at Grenada County, Mississippi. John Joseph Williams was a member of the First Baptist Church of Grenada. He died on 5 October 1897 at Grenada County, Mississippi; at the E. J. Owens home. He was buried on 6 October 1897 at Old Hope Church Cemetery, Grenada County, Mississippi; with services by Rev. R. W. Merrill of the First Baptist Church.

Child of John Joseph Williams and Martha Ann Elizabeth "Lit" Owens

Eliza Bascom Lake

F, b. 13 September 1848, d. 25 May 1926
     Eliza Bascom Lake was born on 13 September 1848 at Grenada, Yalobusha (now Grenada) County, Mississippi; the daughter of Levin Lake and Harriett Crawford. She was a Methodist, having professed religion at the alter and united with the church in 1866. She married Nathaniel Howard on 14 October 1870 at Paducah, McCracken County, Kentucky. Eliza Bascom Lake was widowed with the death of Nathaniel Howard on 1 September 1872 at Como, Mississippi; age 29 years, 11 months and 10 days. Eliza (Lake) Howard married Richard Nason Owens, son of William Bell Owens and Elizabeth Catherine Nason, on 24 December 1877 at Grenada County, Mississippi; ceremony performed by the "Rev. T. W. Dye of the M. E. Church South." Lida Bascom (Lake) Owens appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Richard Nason Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi; enumerated 2 June. Rich Owen was enumerated as age 35, head of household and a farmer. Lida Owen was enumerated as his wife, age 31. Included in the household were two daughters, Lida age one and Richard age three months. Eliza Bascom Lake and Richard Nason Owens may have had another child in November 1891. Lida Bascom (Lake) Owens appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of Richard Nason Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi; enumerated 19 June. Richard N. Owens was enumerated as a 56 year old farmer. He owned his farm with a mortgage and it was listed as number 164 on the farm schedule. He and his 51 year old wife, Lida L. Owens had been married 22 years. Two daughters were enumerated in the household, Lida L. a 21 year old dry goods clerk and Maggie L. age 15 had attended school for three months. Also enumerated were two sons, Levin C. an 18 year old dry goods clerk and Dave W. a 16 year old farm laborer who had attended five months of school. Lida Bascom (Lake) Owens appeared on the census of 1910 at Grenada County, Mississippi; enumerated 20 April. Lida L. Owens was enumerated as age 61, widowed and head of household. She owned her home at #2 First Street, free of mortgage. Included in the household were two daughters, Lida age 31, Maggie age 22 and a son, Levin L. age 27. Also living with the family was her 93 year old widowed father, Levin Lake. She appeared on the census of 1920 at Grenada County, Mississippi; as Mrs. L. L. Owens age 78 and head of household. She owned her home at 21 Cherry Street free of mortgage. Included in the household was her daughter Miss Lida Owens age 38 and working as a clerk. She died on 25 May 1926 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi, at age 77; at home shortly past 7 p.m. Funeral services were held on 27 May 1926 at Methodist Church, Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; at 10:30 o'clock, officiated by Dr. J. R. Countiss. She was buried on 27 May 1926 at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; marker states "dau. of L. & H. A. Lake" and has an Eastern Star emblem.

Child of Eliza Bascom Lake and Nathaniel Howard

Children of Eliza Bascom Lake and Richard Nason Owens

Nathaniel Howard

M, b. 1 October 1842, d. 1 September 1872
     Nathaniel Howard was born on 1 October 1842; the son of Nathaniel and Permelia Talbot Howard. He lived before October 1870 at Beatrice, Gage County, Nebraska. He married Eliza Bascom Lake on 14 October 1870 at Paducah, McCracken County, Kentucky. Nathaniel Howard died on 1 September 1872 at Como, Mississippi, at age 29; age 29 years, 11 months and 10 days.

Child of Nathaniel Howard and Eliza Bascom Lake

Nathaniel Howard

M, b. 11 July 1871, d. 6 June 1874
     Nathaniel Howard was born on 11 July 1871 at Van Buren, Arkansas. He was the son of Nathaniel Howard and Eliza Bascom Lake. Nathaniel Howard was baptized on 23 March 1872 by Rev. R. H. Mahon. He died on 6 June 1874 at Sardis, Panola County, Mississippi, at age 2; age 2 years, 10 months and 26 days.

Lida Lake Owens

F, b. 18 November 1878, d. 16 October 1958
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Thana Kathleen White
     Lida Lake Owens was born on 18 November 1878 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; on the family farm. She was the daughter of Richard Nason Owens and Eliza Bascom Lake. Lida Lake Owens appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of her father, Richard Nason Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi, as age one. Lida Lake Owens was baptized on 20 September 1881 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; by the Rev. E. C. Ramsey, in the Methodist Episcopal Church South. She appeared on the census of 1900 at Grenada County, Mississippi; as Lida Owens age 22, head of household and a housekeeper living in a rented house. Included in the household were her brother Levin an 18 year old salesman, a boarder Masters Moore a 20 year old student and a Black servant John Hemphill age 26. She appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of her father, Richard Nason Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi, as a 21 year old dry goods clerk. Lida Lake Owens appeared on the census of 1910 in the household of Lida Bascom (Lake) Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi, as age 31 and working as a saleslady in a dry goods store. Lida Lake Owens appeared on the census of 1920 in the household of her mother, Eliza Bascom Lake at Grenada County, Mississippi, as Miss Lida age 38 and working as a clerk. Lida Lake Owens appeared on the census of 1930 at Grenada County, Mississippi; as Lida Owens age 51, a saleslady in a grocery store and a roomer in the household of Minnie Smith. She was retired in 1947 at J. H. Oliver Grocery Company, Grenada; her last position after a business life spanning 50 years. Miss Lida's interest in genealog and history led her to become the "organizing Regent of Grenada's Daughters of the American Revolution chapter in 1951, which had as a charter membership, 38 members."
The Owens family must have been having problems with trespassers on their land as on 25 October 1956, The Grenada County Weekly published two notices. The first read: "All our land in beat one, west of Grenada on Holcomb road posted against all forms of trespassing, No shooting, cutting trees or throwing bottles allowed on above land." This notice was signed by Mrs. Jack Yates, Mrs. L. H. Harris and Miss Lida Owens. The second notice signed by "The children of J. H. Owens" read: "The 500 acres of land in Beat One known as the J. H. and D. T. Owens places are hereby posted against hunting and all forms of trespass. No one in Grenada County has the authority to give you permission to hunt on this land." She was a Methodist and a "devoted member of the Methodist Church of Grenada" for 66 years.

Lida Lake Owens died on 16 October 1958 at Grenada Hospital, Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi, at age 79. Funeral services were held on 18 October 1958 at Garner Brothers Funeral Home, Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; at 2:30 officiated by the Rev. John McCay, pastor of the Methodist Church. She was buried at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi.

Richard Riffa Owens

F, b. 12 March 1880, d. 23 September 1881
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Thana Kathleen White
     Richard Riffa Owens was born on 12 March 1880 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi. She was the daughter of Richard Nason Owens and Eliza Bascom Lake. Richard Riffa Owens appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of her father, Richard Nason Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi, as Richard age three months. Richard Riffa Owens was baptized on 20 September 1881 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; by the Rev. E. C. Ramsey in the Methodist Episcopal Church South. She died on 23 September 1881 at near Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi, at age 1. She was buried at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; marker states, "daughter of Richard Nason and Lida Lake Owens."

Levin Lake Owens

M, b. 6 September 1881, d. 6 June 1918
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Thana Kathleen White
     Levin Lake Owens was born on 6 September 1881 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi. He was the son of Richard Nason Owens and Eliza Bascom Lake. Levin Lake Owens was baptized on 20 September 1881 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; by the Rev. E. C. Ramsey in the Methodist Episcopal Church South. He appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of his sister, Lida Lake Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi, as age eighteen and a salesman. Levin Lake Owens appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of his father, Richard Nason Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi, as an 18 year old dry goods clerk. Levin Lake Owens appeared on the census of 1910 in the household of Lida Bascom (Lake) Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi, as age 27. Levin Lake Owens married Ruth Arnold in January 1914 at Pike County, Mississippi. Levin Lake Owens was a Methodist and a consistent member of his church since childhood. He held membership in the Masons. He was a farmer and a traveling salesman. He died on 6 June 1918 at 2 First Street, Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi, at age 36; at 7 p.m., "at the home of his mother." Funeral services were conducted; by Rev. R. A. Tucker, pastor of the Methodist Church. He was buried at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; the marker has a Knights Templar emblem and states, "son of Richard Nason & Lida Lake Owens".

Ruth Arnold

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     Ruth Arnold married Levin Lake Owens, son of Richard Nason Owens and Eliza Bascom Lake, in January 1914 at Pike County, Mississippi. Researcher's Note: In Levin Lake Owens obituary there is no mention of a wife.

Margaret Judson Owens

F, b. 8 December 1885, d. 18 April 1947
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Thana Kathleen White
     Margaret Judson Owens was born on 8 December 1885 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi. She was the daughter of Richard Nason Owens and Eliza Bascom Lake. Margaret Judson Owens was baptized in 1886 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; by the Rev. J. A. Bowers in the Methodist Episcopal Church South. She appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of her father, Richard Nason Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi, as Maggie L. age fifteen. Margaret Judson Owens appeared on the census of 1910 in the household of Lida Bascom (Lake) Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi, as Maggie age 22 and working in a dry goods store. Margaret Judson Owens married Joseph Collins Jones on 12 July 1911 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; with the ceremony performed by the Rev. W. W. Mitchell of the M. E. Church South, in the Owens home. Margaret Judson Owens and Joseph Collins Jones lived circa 1919 at Jonestown, Coahoma County, Mississippi. Margaret Judson (Owens) Jones was widowed with the death of Joseph Collins Jones on 24 November 1934 at Jonestown, Coahoma County, Mississippi; at the family home, "after a lingering illness covering a period of three or four years." Margaret Judson Owens and Richard Nason Jones moved in 1936 to Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; to live "in the old Owens home" with Margaret's sister Lida Lake Owens. Margaret Judson Owens was a Methodist and a member of the Grenada church.

Margaret Judson (Owens) Jones died on 18 April 1947 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi, at age 61; at 5 am at the home of her sister, Miss Lida Owens. Funeral services were held on 20 April 1947 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; at 2 pm in the Owens home, conducted by the Rev. John W. Moore and the Rev. G. E. Wiley. She was buried on 20 April 1947 at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi.

Child of Margaret Judson Owens and Joseph Collins Jones

Joseph Collins Jones

M, b. 10 June 1881, d. 24 November 1934
     Joseph Collins Jones was born on 10 June 1881 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; son of Lizzie and George W. Jones. He married Margaret Judson Owens, daughter of Richard Nason Owens and Eliza Bascom Lake, on 12 July 1911 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; with the ceremony performed by the Rev. W. W. Mitchell of the M. E. Church South, in the Owens home. Joseph Collins Jones and Margaret Judson Owens lived circa 1919 at Jonestown, Coahoma County, Mississippi. Joseph Collins Jones was a Methodist, and "lived strictly according to the precepts taught in the church." He was "a prominent Delta planter." He was described as "a devoted husband, an affectionate father, a loyal friend and an obliging neighbor" and "prominent in religious, cultural and social circles of Jonestown." He died on 24 November 1934 at Jonestown, Coahoma County, Mississippi, at age 53; at the family home, "after a lingering illness covering a period of three or four years." Funeral services were held on 25 November 1934 at Methodist Church, Jonestown, Coahoma County, Mississippi; at 9 o'clock, officiated by the pastor, Rev. R. H. B. Gladney. He was buried on 25 November 1934 at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi.

Child of Joseph Collins Jones and Margaret Judson Owens

Annie Laura Owens

F, b. 8 January 1884, d. 28 April 1981
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Thana Kathleen White
     Annie Laura Owens was born on 8 January 1884 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; twin of David William Owens. She was the daughter of Richard Nason Owens and Eliza Bascom Lake. Annie Laura Owens was baptized at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; in the Methodist Episcopal Church South. She appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of Elisha Judson Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi, as Elisha's sixteen year old niece. Annie Laura Owens was a stenographer for the law firm of Dinkins and Caldwell in 1906 at Charleston, Tallahatchie County, Mississippi. She married Louis Harvey Harris on 20 July 1907 at Charleston, Tallahatchie County, Mississippi; at the home of the Baptist minister, Rev. Rocket. Annie Laura (Owens) Harris appeared on the census of 1910 in the household of Louis Harvey Harris at Tallahatchie County, Mississippi; enumerated 4 May. Harvey Harris was enumerated as age 25, head of household and a retail merchant. Annie L. Harris was enumerated as his wife, age 26 and the mother of two children, both living. They owned their home with a mortgage. Included in the household were a son, Lewis age two and a daughter, Margaret age five months. Annie Laura (Owens) Harris appeared on the census of 1920 in the household of Louis Harvey Harris at Tallahatchie County, Mississippi; enumerated 17 May. L. H. Harris was enumerated as age 37, head of household and a farmer. His farm was listed as number 270 on the farm schedule. Annie Laura Harris was enumerated as his wife, age 37. Harris children included in the household were; Margaret L. age ten, [son name unreadable] age seven, Harvey R. age six, Thomas age three. Annie Laura (Owens) Harris and Louis Harvey Harris moved in 1928 to Batesville, Panola County, Mississippi; from Charleston. Annie Laura (Owens) Harris and Louis Harvey Harris lived on 28 August 1933 at Batesville, Panola County, Mississippi; at the time of their daughter, Margaret's death. Annie Laura Owens attended the funeral of her aunt, Kate (Koone) Owens on 31 July 1939 at Presbyterian Church, Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi.
The Owens family must have been having problems with trespassers on their land as on 25 October 1956, The Grenada County Weekly published two notices. The first read: "All our land in beat one, west of Grenada on Holcomb road posted against all forms of trespassing, No shooting, cutting trees or throwing bottles allowed on above land." This notice was signed by Mrs. Jack Yates, Mrs. L. H. Harris and Miss Lida Owens. The second notice signed by "The children of J. H. Owens" read: "The 500 acres of land in Beat One known as the J. H. and D. T. Owens places are hereby posted against hunting and all forms of trespass. No one in Grenada County has the authority to give you permission to hunt on this land." Annie Laura (Owens) Harris was widowed with the death of Louis Harvey Harris on 15 October 1966 at Batesville Hospital, Batesville, Panola County, Mississippi. Annie Laura Owens held membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution. She was a resident of the North Panola Nursing Home for several years before her death.

Annie Laura (Owens) Harris died on 28 April 1981 at North Panola County Hospital, Panola County, Mississippi, at age 97. Funeral services were held on 29 April 1981 at Dickins Funeral Home Chapel, Batesville, Panola County, Mississippi; at 2 p.m. officiated by the Rev. Glyn Wiygal. She was buried on 29 April 1981 at Magnolia Cemetery, Batesville, Panola County, Mississippi; Pallbearers were Preston Phillips, Charlie Beall, Forrest Tuttle, Armistead Flint, Taylor Maddux and Tom Greenlee.

Children of Annie Laura Owens and Louis Harvey Harris

David William Owens

M, b. 8 January 1884, d. 8 December 1918
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Thana Kathleen White
     David William Owens was born on 8 January 1884 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; twin of Annie Laura Owens. He was the son of Richard Nason Owens and Eliza Bascom Lake. David William Owens was baptized at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; in the Methodist Episcopal Church South. David William Owens was also known as Dave Willie Owens. He appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of his father, Richard Nason Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi, as an 16 year old farm laborer. He had attended school for five months.

David William Owens married Ida May Fitzpatrick on 3 December 1916 at Jackson, Hinds County, Mississippi; with the ceremony performed by the Rev. H. M. King in the home of the bride's mother. David William Owens was a Methodist. He was employed by the Illinois Central Railroad for several years, but for about the last three years of his life, he was connected with a fertilizer plant in Jackson. He was ill with influenza in October 1918.

David William Owens died on 8 December 1918 at Jackson, Hinds County, Mississippi, at age 34; at 7:45 a.m. at his home. He had been ill about a week with his second attack of influenza followed by pneumonia. Funeral services were held on 9 December 1918 at Galloway Methodist Church, Jackson, Hinds County, Mississippi; followed by a Knight Templar burial. He was buried on 9 December 1918 at Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Jackson, Hinds County, Mississippi.

Kate Ella Owens

F, b. 17 April 1887, d. 30 September 1898
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Thana Kathleen White
     Kate Ella Owens was born on 17 April 1887 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi. She was the daughter of Richard Nason Owens and Eliza Bascom Lake. Kate Ella Owens was baptized on 28 October 1889 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; by the Rev. J. E. Thomas in the Methodist Episcopal Church South. She died on 30 September 1898 at Grenada County, Mississippi, at age 11; of congestion at the family residence seven miles west of Grenada. She was buried at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi; marker states "dau. of Richard Nason & Lida Lake Owens."

Joseph S. Duggins

M, b. 13 January 1850, d. 3 August 1905
     Joseph S. Duggins was born on 13 January 1850. He married Mary Louise Curtis on 23 October 1877 at Carroll County, Mississippi. Joseph S. Duggins appeared on the census of 1880 at Grenada County, Mississippi; enumerated 28 June. Joseph Duggins was enumerated as a 29 year old farmer and head of household. Mary Duggins was enumerated as his wife, age 26 and keeping house. Included in the household were a son, Curtis age one and Joseph's 65 year old widowed mother, Martha. He was widowed with the death of Mary Louise "Molly" (Curtis) Duggins in 1885 at Grenada County, Mississippi. Joseph S. Duggins married Leah Hugh Ella Owens, daughter of William Bell Owens and Elizabeth Catherine Nason, on 28 January 1890 at Grenada County, Mississippi; at 2 p.m. at the residence of the bride's mother. Joseph S. Duggins was widowed with the death of Leah Hugh Ella (Owens) Duggins on 28 February 1892 at at her home, Parsons Station, Grenada County, Mississippi; "leaving two pretty children, to be cared for by her eldest sister, Miss Margaret." Joseph S. Duggins appeared on the census of 1900 at Grenada County, Mississippi; as Joe Duggin age 49, a farmer living alone on the farm that he owned free of mortgage. He lived near Pittsboro where he managed a farm for R. Dailey. About three months before his death, he moved to Grenada for medical treatment. He was a member of the Presbyterian church. "He was a man of an obliging nature, kind and courteous to all." He died on 3 August 1905 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi, at age 55. He was buried on 4 August 1905 at Old Hope Church Cemetery, Grenada County, Mississippi; services conducted by the Rev. B. P. Jaco, pastor of the Methodist church.

Children of Joseph S. Duggins and Mary Louise Curtis

Children of Joseph S. Duggins and Leah Hugh Ella Owens

Percy Elisha Duggins

M, b. 26 December 1890, d. 18 June 1965
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Thana Kathleen White
     Percy Elisha Duggins was born on 26 December 1890 at Grenada County, Mississippi. He was the son of Joseph S. Duggins and Leah Hugh Ella Owens. Percy Elisha Duggins appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of Elisha Judson Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi, as age nine. Percy Elisha Duggins suffered the death of his father, Joseph S. Duggins on 3 August 1905 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi. Percy Elisha Duggins appeared on the census of 1910 in the household of Elisha Judson Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi, as age nineteen, attending school and working on the farm. Percy Elisha Duggins married Grace Martin circa 1917. Percy Duggins served in the military during World War I. Percy Elisha Duggins and Grace (Martin) Duggins lived in April 1930 at 3538 Pierce Sreet, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California. Percy Elisha Duggins appeared on the census of 1930 at San Francisco County, California; enumerated 3 April. Major Percy Duggin was enumerated as age 39, head of household and a military surgeon. Grace Duggin was enumerated as his wife, age 35. Included in the household was a daughter, Virginia A. Duggin age nine. The Duggins family was paying $70 a month rent for their quarters at 3538 Pierce Street. He suffered the death of his brother, Hugh Edward Duggins on 2 November 1940 at Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee. Percy Elisha Duggins was widowed with the death of Grace Martin on 29 June 1961 at Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia. Percy Elisha Duggins died on 18 June 1965 at age 74.

Hugh Edward Duggins

M, b. 12 February 1892, d. 2 November 1940
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Thana Kathleen White
     Hugh Edward Duggins was born on 12 February 1892 at Parsons Station, Grenada County, Mississippi. He was the son of Joseph S. Duggins and Leah Hugh Ella Owens. Hugh Edward Duggins appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of Elisha Judson Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi, as age eight. Hugh Edward Duggins suffered the death of his father, Joseph S. Duggins on 3 August 1905 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi. Hugh Edward Duggins appeared on the census of 1910 in the household of Elisha Judson Owens at Grenada County, Mississippi, as age eighteen, attending school and working on the farm. Hugh Edward Duggins married Carrie Hill on 22 March 1914 at Grenada, Grenada County, Mississippi. Hugh Edward Duggins was educated at University of Mississippi; and graduated from the School of Pharmacy. He appeared on the census of 1930 at Shelby County, Tennessee; enumerated 11 April. Hugh E. Duggins was enumerated as age 38, head of household and a pharmacist. Carrie M. Duggins was enumerated as his wife, age 38 and a pharmacist. They owned a radio set and their home at 541 Highland, valued at $8500, free of mortgage. He married Blanche Hurley. Hugh Edward Duggins held membership in the American Legion and was a Shriner at Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee. He was a Presbyterian. He operated Duggins Pharmacy, located at 543 Highland in Memphis, for 21 years before his death. He died on 2 November 1940 at Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, at age 48; of a heart ailment. Funeral services were held on 4 November 1940; officiated by Rev. R. E. Sanders and Rev. Alfred L. Clark. He was buried on 4 November 1940 at Old Hope Church Cemetery, Grenada County, Mississippi; marker states "son of J. S. & L. H. E. Duggins, Sgt. 1st Class, Med Div. A. E. F. 1917 to 1919." His marker also has a Shrine emblem.

Lewis Baxter Linker

M, b. 23 September 1860, d. 8 February 1936
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Thana Kathleen White
     Lewis Baxter Linker was born on 23 September 1860 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina. He was the son of Caleb Linker and Elizabeth Catherine White. Lewis Baxter Linker suffered the death of his mother, Elizabeth Catherine (White) Linker on 1 February 1862 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina. Lewis Baxter Linker suffered the death of his father, Caleb Linker on 17 September 1865. Lewis Baxter Linker appeared on the census of 1880 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina; enumerated 2 June 1880. L. B. Linker was listed as age 19, head of household, single and a farmer. Included in the household were Mary Linker age 73 and C. A. Linker, female, age 50 and keeping house. Mary and C. A. Linker could not read or write. Researcher's Note: Mary Linker was likely Lewis' grandmother. He married Elizabeth Josephine Barringer on 12 June 1888. Lewis Baxter Linker appeared on the census of 1900 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina; enumerated 21 June 1900. Lewis appeared as Louis B. age 39, head of household, with his wife Elizabeth age 34. He was listed as a farmer and they lived on the farm which he owned free of mortgage. Elizabeth was listed as the mother of eight children, seven of which were living. Included in the household were sons; Samuel J. age ten, Jay B. age nine, Charles E. age seven, Harry L. age nine months, and daughters; May W. age twelve, Nannie age six and Pearl age three. He appeared on the census of 1910 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina; enumerated 21 April 1910. Louis B. Linker was listed as age 49, head of household and a farmer. Elizabeth J. age 44, was listed as his wife and the mother of nine children, seven of which were still living. They owned their farm free of mortgage. Included in the household were two sons; Charles E. age eighteen, Robert L. age ten and three daughters; Nannie B. age sixteen, Pearl A. age thirteen and Hellen G. age five. He appeared on the census of 1920 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina; enumerated 19 January 1920. Lewis B. Linker was listed as age 65, head of household and a salesman for a coal company. Elizabeth J. Linker age 53 was listed as his wife. Included in the household were two sons and one daughter; Charles R. age 28, an electrician, Robert L. age 19, a blacksmith and Helen G. age 15 and attending school. Also living with the family were two boarders, John C. Sossaman age 33 and Lester White age 24, both laborers at a hosiery mill. He was widowed with the death of his wife, Elizabeth Josephine (Barringer) Linker on 25 March 1933. Lewis Baxter Linker died on 8 February 1936 at age 75.

Children of Lewis Baxter Linker and Elizabeth Josephine Barringer

Elizabeth Josephine Barringer

F, b. 2 April 1866, d. 25 March 1933
     Elizabeth Josephine Barringer was born on 2 April 1866. She married Lewis Baxter Linker, son of Caleb Linker and Elizabeth Catherine White, on 12 June 1888. Elizabeth Josephine (Barringer) Linker appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of Lewis Baxter Linker at Cabarrus County, North Carolina; enumerated 21 June 1900. Lewis appeared as Louis B. age 39, head of household, with his wife Elizabeth age 34. He was listed as a farmer and they lived on the farm which he owned free of mortgage. Elizabeth was listed as the mother of eight children, seven of which were living. Included in the household were sons; Samuel J. age ten, Jay B. age nine, Charles E. age seven, Harry L. age nine months, and daughters; May W. age twelve, Nannie age six and Pearl age three. Elizabeth Josephine (Barringer) Linker appeared on the census of 1910 in the household of Lewis Baxter Linker at Cabarrus County, North Carolina; enumerated 21 April 1910. Louis B. Linker was listed as age 49, head of household and a farmer. Elizabeth J. age 44, was listed as his wife and the mother of nine children, seven of which were still living. They owned their farm free of mortgage. Included in the household were two sons; Charles E. age eighteen, Robert L. age ten and three daughters; Nannie B. age sixteen, Pearl A. age thirteen and Hellen G. age five. Elizabeth Josephine (Barringer) Linker appeared on the census of 1920 in the household of Lewis Baxter Linker at Cabarrus County, North Carolina; enumerated 19 January 1920. Lewis B. Linker was listed as age 65, head of household and a salesman for a coal company. Elizabeth J. Linker age 53 was listed as his wife. Included in the household were two sons and one daughter; Charles R. age 28, an electrician, Robert L. age 19, a blacksmith and Helen G. age 15 and attending school. Also living with the family were two boarders, John C. Sossaman age 33 and Lester White age 24, both laborers at a hosiery mill. Elizabeth Josephine (Barringer) Linker died on 25 March 1933 at age 66.

Children of Elizabeth Josephine Barringer and Lewis Baxter Linker

Margaret Sellers McCurdy

F, b. 9 February 1854, d. 13 January 1934
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Thana Kathleen White
     Margaret Sellers McCurdy was born on 9 February 1854 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina. She was the daughter of Jacob Monroe McCurdy and Sarah Minerva White. Margaret Sellers McCurdy appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Jacob Monroe McCurdy at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, as age six. Margaret Sellers McCurdy appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of Jacob Monroe McCurdy at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, as M. S. McCurdy, a sixteen year old female who had attended school within the year. Margaret Sellers McCurdy married Thomas D. Joyner circa 1879 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina. Margaret (McCurdy) Joyner appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Thomas D. Joyner at Cabarrus County, North Carolina; enumerated in June. T.B. Joyner was enumerated as a 25 year old laborer and head of household. M.S. Joyner was enumerated as his 26 year old wife. Included in the household was a six month old daughter, Nancy. Also living in the household were; R.W. Bigger a 21 year old laborer, Jane Goodnight age 65 and A.G. McCurdy a 53 year old disabled boarder. The Thomas D. Joyner and Margaret McCurdy Joyner household was enumerated following the household of her father, Jacob McCurdy on the 1880 census.

Margaret (McCurdy) Joyner appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of Thomas D. Joyner at Cabarrus County, North Carolina; enumerated 2 June. Thomas D. Joyner was enumerated as the 45 year old head of household and he owned his farm free of mortgage. Margaret S. Joyner was enumerated as his 46 year old wife and the mother of seven children with four children living. Two sons were enumerated as Jacob G. age thirteen and John M. age seven. One daughter was enumerated as Sarah E. age ten. All three children had attended school for three months of the year. Margaret (McCurdy) Joyner appeared on the census of 1910 in the household of Thomas D. Joyner at Cabarrus County, North Carolina; enumerated 16 April. Thomas Joyner was enumerated as the 55 year old head of household and he owned his farm, located on the Mt. Pleasant Road, free of mortgage. Maggie S. Joyner was enumerated as his 56 year old wife and the mother of seven children with four children living. Joyner children enumerated in the household were; Nannie age 29, Jacob age 22, Lizzie age 20 and John age 17. Also enumerated as living with the family was a 52 year old sister-in-law, Sis McCurdy.

Margaret (McCurdy) Joyner appeared on the census of 1920 in the household of Thomas D. Joyner at Cabarrus County, North Carolina; enumerated 29 January. Thomas D. Joyner was enumerated as the 65 year old head of household. Margaret S. Joyner was enumerated as his 65 year old wife. Also enumerated in the household was one daughter, 40 year old Nannie A. Joyner and one son Jacob Joyner, 32 year old farmer. Margaret (McCurdy) Joyner appeared on the census of 1930 in the household of Thomas D. Joyner at Cabarrus County, North Carolina; enumerated 8 April. Thomas Johyner was enumerated as the 75 year old head of household. Sophia Johyner was enumerated as his 76 year old wife. Daughters enumerated in the household were Nannie age 50 and Lizzie age 38. One son was enumerated as Jake age 35. Margaret (McCurdy) Joyner was widowed with the death of her husband, Thomas D. Joyner on 7 June 1933 at Township #10, Cabarrus County, North Carolina.

Margaret (McCurdy) Joyner died on 13 January 1934 at Township #10, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, at age 79; at 7p.m. She was buried on 16 January 1934 at Howell's Baptist Church Cemetery, Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; under the direction of Bell & Harris Funeral Home of Concord.

Children of Margaret Sellers McCurdy and Thomas D. Joyner

Clerinda McCurdy

F, b. 12 September 1855, d. 9 May 1917
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Thana Kathleen White
     Clerinda McCurdy was born on 12 September 1855 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina. She was the daughter of Jacob Monroe McCurdy and Sarah Minerva White. Clerinda McCurdy appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Jacob Monroe McCurdy at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, as age four. Clerinda McCurdy appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of Jacob Monroe McCurdy at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, as a female age fourteen and attending school. Clerinda McCurdy appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of her father, Jacob Monroe McCurdy at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, as age 25 and single. Clerinda McCurdy appeared on the census of 1910 in the household of her brother-in-law, Thomas D. Joyner at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, as 52 year old Sis McCurdy. She was enumerated as unable to read or write and had no occupation. Clerinda McCurdy died on 9 May 1917 at Township 10, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, at age 61; of dysentery. She was buried on 10 May 1917 at Howell's Baptist Church Cemetery, Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; under the direction of Bell & Harris of Concord.

Eliza Albertine McCurdy

F, b. April 1860
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Thana Kathleen White
     Eliza Albertine McCurdy was born in April 1860 at North Carolina. She was the daughter of Jacob Monroe McCurdy and Sarah Minerva White. Eliza Albertine McCurdy appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Jacob Monroe McCurdy at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, as age one month. Eliza Albertine McCurdy appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of Jacob Monroe McCurdy at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, as E. A. McCurdy a ten year old female who had attended school within the year. Eliza Albertine McCurdy appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of her father, Jacob Monroe McCurdy at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, as E. A. McCurdy age 20 and single. Eliza Albertine McCurdy married John C. Austin circa 1883 at North Carolina. Eliza Albertina (McCurdy) Austin appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of John C. Austin at Mecklenburg County, North Carolina; enumerated 12 June. John C. Austin was enumerated as the 51 year old head of household. Eliza A. was enumerated as his 40 year old wife of 17 years. Two sons were enumerated as Ray J. age 12 and William L. age 3. Five daughters were enumerated as Minnie B. age 15, Cora A. age 13, Bertha age 10, Fanny L. age 8 and Dora W. age 5.

Children of Eliza Albertine McCurdy and John C. Austin

John Robinson McCurdy

M, b. 15 September 1864, d. 22 February 1945
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Thana Kathleen White
     John Robinson McCurdy was born on 15 September 1864 at Cabarrus County, North Carolina. He was the son of Jacob Monroe McCurdy and Sarah Minerva White. John Robinson McCurdy appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of Jacob Monroe McCurdy at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, as a six year old who had attended school within the year. John Robinson McCurdy appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of his father, Jacob Monroe McCurdy at Cabarrus County, North Carolina, as John R. age seventeen. John Robinson McCurdy was a banker at Huntersville, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. John R. McCurdy entered a nursing home in Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, about 12 Feb 1945. He died on 22 February 1945 at Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, at age 80; at 4 a.m. He was buried on 23 February 1945 at Independence Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Crofts, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina; under the direction of Weddington & Mitchell Funeral Home of Concord.

John White

M, b. 14 March 1765, d. 11 March 1841
Relationship
3rd great-grandfather of Thana Kathleen White
Charts
White Pedigree
White Ancestors
     John White was born on 14 March 1765 at Rocky River, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. He was the son of Archibald Jackson White and Mary Susan Walker. John White married Sarah "Salley" Bigger in 1795 at North Carolina. John White died on 11 March 1841 at Rocky River, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, at age 75. He was buried at Rocky River Presbyterian Church, Rocky River, Cabarrus County, North Carolina; grave number 11 G 220.

Children of John White and Sarah "Salley" Bigger