1925

NOT a complete listing for births for 1925 – these were gleaned from the 1925 newspaper
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BIRTHS
Mr. & Mrs. Clellie Summers, Boy, William David, 1/7/1925
Mr. & Mrs. J. S. Greer, Boy
Mr. & Mrs. S. H. Hambright,, girl, 2/9/1925
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Mr. & Mrs. Ray Chitwood, girl, 2/14/1925
Mr. & Mrs. Lonnie Gunter, girl, 2/1/1925
Mr. & Mrs. Chas Davidson, boy, 3/5/1925
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Mr. & Mrs. Dave Hall, ?, 3/8/1925
Mr. & Mrs. E.R. Garrett, son, 3/15/1925
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Kelly, boy, 3/10/1925
Mr. & Mrs.. Walter Bardill, son, Wm. Rexford, 3/4/1925
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Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Kelly, boy,  3/10/1925
Mr. & Mrs. E. L. Hawn, boy, 3/1925
Mr. & Mrs. John Weiford, girl, 4/11/1925
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Mr. & Mrs. Geo. Slaughter, girl, 4/11/1925
Mr. & Mrs. L. E. Ford, girl, 4/1925
Mr. & Mrs., D.C. Bonifacius, girl, 5/1925
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Mr. & Mrs. Wm Regan, son, Ralph, 5/1925
Mr. & Mrs. Robt. Potter, boy, 5/1924
Mr. & Mrs. Earl Hawn, boy, 5/1924
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Mr. & Mrs. Ed Seiller, Girl, 5/8/1925 in Louisville, Ky.
Mr. & Mrs. Thurman Alley, son, 5/22/1925  (Catoosa)
Mr. & Mrs. l.E. White, girl, (Gobey)
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Mr. & Mrs. August Freytag, boy, 6/6/1925
Dr, & Mrs. A. Byrd, boy, Billy Joe, 7/27/1925
Mrs. Rosa Tidwell, boy, 7/15/1925
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Mr. & Mrs. W. A. Goddard, boy, Lee Roy, 7/16/1925
Mr. & Mrs. Bob Peters, boy, (week of 8/6/1925)
Mr. & Mrs. Floyd Potter, boy, Week of 8/13/1925)
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Mr. & Mrs. C. E. Albertson, daughter, Eleanor Joyce, 8/10/1925
Mr. & Mrs. J. H. Langley, girl, Eunice Grey, 8/31/1925
Mr. & Mrs. M. E. Strunk, boy, 8/21/1925
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Mr. & Mrs. Acie Paul, boy, 8/25/1925
Mr. & Mrs. Chas. Galloway, boy, 9/6/1925
Mr. & Mrs. Bill Sexton, boy, 9/31/1925
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Mr. & Mrs. John Holder, boy, (week of 9/10/1925)
Mr. & Mrs. J.S. Betram, girl, Elizabeth Ingatia, 9/4/1925
Esq. Pearson & Mrs. Pearson, son, 10/28/1925
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Mr. & Mrs. Fred Summer, boy, 105/1925
Mr. & Mrs. G.C. Bingham, 11 pd girl, 10/24/1925
Mr. & Mrs. Roddie Davis, boy
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Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Trout, girl, 11/7/1925
Mr. & Mrs. Howard Betram, girl, 10/12/1925
Mr. & Mrs. Sim Ruffner, 14 pd. boy, 11/4/1925, William Jennings
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Mr. & Mrs. William Headrick, girl, 12/109/1925
Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Human, boy, 12/10/1925
Mr. & Mrs. D. L. Kaufman, boy, 12/4/1925
Mr. & Mrs. Huston Goldston, 7 pd girl, 12/1925


SOME SPECIAL BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS

Mrs. Mary Kreis celebrated her 91st birthday on
Jan. 25, 1925.  She was born in Switzerland.
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Uncle Jim Holder reported to be 79 years old in 1925
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Mrs. George Berry celebrated her 82nd birthday on 1/17/1925
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Peter Henry celebrated his 80th birthday in 1925
He was a Civil War Veteran.
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Samuel Jones, Jr., celebrated his 14th birthday in March of 1925
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Droa Freels celebrated her 40th birthday in March of 1925
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Julia Brown celebrated her 63rd birthday on 4/19/1925
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Mrs. Lizzie Fletcher celebrated her 78th birthday, 5/28/1925
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Ralph Powell, the son of Mr. & Mrs. D. E. Powell
celebrated his 2nd birthday  7/1925


MARRIAGE LICENSES, WEEK OF 1/9/1925
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Frank Lowery to Covene McCoy
Frank Gardner to Susie Walls
Fred Human to Iris Goldberg
Clark Ballinger to Zama Wright
Bill Cooper to Flora Jones
Charles S. Brooks to Dessie Oxier
John Dunaway to Ella Crenshaw
Robert Stepp to Berta Cromwell
Harry L. Newberry to Stella Langley
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SOME WEDDINGS
Ephram McCann and Lora Webb
Luke Sexton and Mable Webb
Wm. Jump and Edith Chapman
Elbert Goad and Etta Brock
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Mr. Butts and Robbie Ruffner
Charles Brooks and Dessie Oxier
Johnny Hines and Pearl Coppenger (3/8/1925)
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Andy Griffith and Gladys Cromwell
(daughter of James H. Cromwell)
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Albert Fritz and Winnie Duncan (3/12/1925)
Roy Nash and Edith Brown
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Marriage Licenses listed, 4/17/1925
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Roy Nash to Lena Brown
M.A. Fritts to Linnie Duncan
George Clay to Leila West
Andy Griffith to Gladys Cromwell
John Hines to Pearl Chapman
Hubert Duncan to Ester Rankin
W.H. Short to Cleola Thomas
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May 1925
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R. H. Ooten to Ernie Lehman
Bruce Griffith to Josie Lance
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Dillard Chilton to Louise W. Heidel (m:5/3/1925)
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Gus J. Heidel and
granddaughter of Anna Unger of Oakdale
son of Dillard C. Chilton
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Bob Bedford to Ada B. Lyles
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Bruce Griffith to Jocie Lance
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. P.A. Lance &
son of Joel Griffith
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Harold B. Judd and Eldredge Pack (m: 5/8/1925)
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. John Pack


June 1925
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J. S. Ledford to Virgie Gouge
McKinney Smith to Rosa Collins
W. J. Galloway to Vida Easley, (m: 5/23/1925)
Irving Davis to Alice Bleach Hurtt
Floyd Henson to Magnolia Stewart
Reuben Cooper to Julia Landrith
Avery Bright to Sarah Campbell
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Audrey E. Harrington and Thelma Parker
m: 6/21/1925,
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Wm. S. Parker
Son of Mr. & Mrs. W. T. Harrington
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Houston Shannon and Ethel Huling (m: 7/5/1925)
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July 1925
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Marriage Licenses
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Bernhard Colditz to Mayme E. Galloway
Henry C. Taylor to Elma Louise Qualls
Z.T. Robbins to Rosa Bagwell
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Freeman Riddle to Lola Headrick, 7/1925
John Alley and Mrs. Zumstein, 7/1925
Virgin Brock and Rosa Headrick, 8/9/1925
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Geroge ?? or Petros and Berlie Vandergriff
R. D. Huling and Gretchen Pemeterson, 12/27/1925
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SPECIAL DAYS
Mr. and Mrs. John Molyneau
celebrated a Golden Wedding Annniversay
February 15, 1925
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Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dunning
celebrated 35 years together,
April, 1925
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Mr. & Mrs. Nelson H. Kellogg celebrated
their 50th Anniversary on
May 3, 1925
Mrs. Kellogg was formerly Miss May Clarke
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Mr. & Mrs. B. T. Bernsted, 38th Anniversary, 7/25/1925
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Mr. & Mrs. William Harry (Capt) Jack Neson, 25th Anniversary
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Mr. & Mrs. Mart Jones, 50th Anniversary, 12/27/1925


OBITUARIES, 1925

JOHNSON ROBINSON, age 65, died, Jan.12, 1925, near Liberty. Survived
by widow and  5 children: Mrs. Ben Summers, Mrs. W. B. Crenshaw,
Mrs. Roger Jones, Mrs. Ernest Heidel and Dewey Robinson;
three brothers.  Interment in Liberty Cemetery.

MRS. JOEL SIMS, d 1/23/1925-killed by falling tree, leaves husband and 9 children

JULIA TONEY– B 3/1/1858, D, 2/7/1925
daughter of Julian Scott;  Survivors:  daughter: Mrs. C. H. Davis; sons: Julian, Irvin, Wilburn, Washington and Henderson.  Burial in Wartburg Cemetery

DAVE P. LAYMANCE, b 1/5/1897, d 1/29/1925

killed in timber woods, age 28 yrs, 24 days
leaves wife and 3 children, parents and 7 brothera
Liberty Cemetery

RICE BYRD, (no date show)

TOMMIE LEWALLYN, Elgin, died as a result of a train accident. (no date shown)

JOSIE COFFEY b, 3/13/14, 1916
BESSIE COFFEY, b 7/25/1907
both girls died, 1/4/1925
Sisters who drowned in a boating accident in the Emory river
children of Leonard and Eva Coffey
Grand-children of William and Nancy Coffey
CLARA MORTON ERVIN b-8/22/1849  at S. Salem, Ohio,
d 1/2/1925 in Arkansas
m: 7/23/1873 to W. A. Ervin
daughter of Joseph Morton, M.D. & Nary Morton
3 sons and 3 daughters

GUSTAVE FREDICH HAEDRICK – d, 1/12/1925, age 62 yrs, 6 mo. 22 days.
Surv: Mr. J. E. Ward, Ann Rosa, Lena,m Edward, John, Charles and Clarence.

LUCY MAE HEIDEL, 7 months, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Fred Heidel, Wartburg Cemetery

MARTIN L. NORRIS , born, 5/19/1869, died, Feb. 21, 1925.
wife: Hannah Lecie Hensley (m: May 18,1890)
8 children, 7 grandchildren.
sister, Mrs. Pearl Potter, Sunbright

GEORGE W. TODD,
born April 8, 1846, died, Feb. 10, 1925, age 78 years, 10 months and 2 days.
married to S. D. Morris, Dec. 21, 1866, 8 children
2nd marriage, Louise Miller, 9 children, 43 grandchildren and a number of great-great grandchildren
Served in United States Army, August 1, 1863 to August 3, 1865.
‘Co. G.  Second Regt, Tn Vol.’, served in Bells Island, Va,
Florence, S.C. and Andersonville Ga. Confederate Prisons, 1 yr, 1 mo and 6 days.Funeral in Rugby Rd., M. E. Church, remains laid to rest in family cemetery there.

MRS. W. O. PETERS, 3/1925

INFANT SON OF Mr. & Mrs. H. O. Ramey, 18 months old

INFANT daughter of Mr. & Mrs. James Anderson, – Adams Cemetery

HANS NELSON, born in Denmark Feb. 3, 1858,  died week of
March 6, 1925 in Clinton Co. Missouri.
Married, Mrs. E. B. Covely, Sept 3, 1891 in Livingston, Montana.
Six children: Christine Nelson, Driver, H. C. Nelson, V.W. Ne.son.
E.V. Nelson and C.W. Nelson and M. W. Nelson.
and six grandchildren. He was a blaacksmith and a farmer.

MRS. A. L. ROSS, d 3/27/1925
son: Rube Ross, daughter, Katherina, sister, Mrs. C. Morris

MARTHA MABEL WARD, b, 11/2/1914, d 3/28/1925, age 10 yrs, 4 mo – Mt. Hope Cemetery

EDWARD UNDERWOOD, b, 11/5/1849, d 4/4/1925
Husband of Marret Houston, 8 children and 9 gr-grandchildren
Pleasant Ridge Cemetery

MRS. HALL, Oakdale, 4/8/1925

SON of Carl & Mollie Nelson,  of near Jamestown, d,  4/6/1925

JAMES C. PITTMAN, age 58 yrs, 8 days, d  4/13/1925
in Chicago, Ill.  wife, Sarah Ann Payne, 8 children and 17 gr-grandchildren

PEARL ANN ERNEST RYON, born, Feb. 1, 1892, died, April 21, 1925.
Married to Abner Ryon on Sept 19, 1909.
Ten children  burial -Mt. Hope Cemetery, Deer Lodge.

MARVIN BOYD ANDERSON, d, April 22, 1925, at age, 1 year, 1 month, and 18 days. son of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Anderson
He was born March 4, 1924

NELSON KELLOGG d, 5/22/1925
native of PA, was 75 yrs old on 4/4/1925
and celebrated 50th Wedding Anniv on 5/2/1925
sons: Clark W & Donald daughters: Mrs. W. T. Walton, 5 grandchildren

EDITH LOVELACE, b 4/4/1903, Lancing
m: W. P. Lovelace
daughter, Mary Joe
parents: Mr. & Mrs. Joe Scott
Brother, R. M. Scott
Sister, Mrs. Junnie Thorn & Mrs. Fred Newberry

ROBERT BROWN,  d, May 2, 1925, Wartburg, Tn.,
age  27 yrs, 6 months and 29 days.
Youngest living child of Charles and Julia Brown.
b-Nov. 3, 1897, never married
burial, Wartburg Cemetery

ANNIE BERRY (born TILLEY), d, May 1, 1925, age, 82 years, 4 months and 18 days wife of George Berry, a Union Soldier in the Civil War.  (m: 1861)
Born in Glaster, England
Lived in Nashville, moved to Rugby in 1882.
Funeral held at Episcopal Church, Rugby
Mrs. Berry had 4 sons and one daughter, Beatrice, who is the only
living child, four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren

MRS. ELMER THOMPSON, d 6/11/1925 at Knoxville, Tn.
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J. B. Peters leaves husband and 2 children
Mt. Vernon Cemetery

JOHN OVERSTREET, 6/1925

GLENA EDNA HAAG, 11 months & 7 days, d June 13, 1925
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Chas Haag
Wartburg Cemetery

MRS. HENRY STAPLES, 6/1925
burial Old Snow Cemetery

HAROLD EDWIN WILSON, 6/1925
infant son of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Wilson of Coalfield

JOHN FREYTAG, 7/1925
son of Mr. & Mrs. C. D., Freytag

JULIAN BROWN, age 23 yrs. d, 7/1925, Columbia S.C.
son, Metzger, daughter, Gloria,  mother, Mrs. W. A. Sigman
brothers: A.E., A. P., L.S., and O.T. Brown
sisters: Mrs. W. A. Sigman, Mrs. M. W. Willis, Mrs. C. R. Campbell

J. E. JONES, 7/1925

JOHN FREYTAG, 7/11/1925

INF. SON, Mr. & MRs. T. C. Young, Kingston, Burial in Nydeck Cemetery (no date)

HELEN IRENE NELSON,
b 5/24/1924, d, 7/22/1925, 1 years, 1 month and 28 days old
daughter of Sewell  and Doshey Nelson

HAZEL HUMAN, age 8 years, d, 8/1925, typhoid fever

LILLIE B. EVANS BOGGESS
d., 9/4/1925 1st woman licensed to preach by Methodist Church in state of Kentucky.  Fell dead at the pulpit during revival services

MRS. TILDA KAUFMAN, died at Knoxville

PRESTON MC CARTT, age 53, died in Alix, Ark.
son of Missouri McCartt
Leaves mother and 3 brothers

REV. BENJ. BENSTED, 11/1/1925, born in England
leaves widow and daughters, Miss Dolly Bensted and Mrs. Dulcie Hines
son, John Burial at Rugby

MARTIN REDMAN, 11/17/1925, of pneumonia
leaves widow and 4 small children

ORLANDO VESPIE, Nov. 1925, age 6 years
son of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Vespie

DORA CRUMBLE, (CROMWELL)  Oakdale, d,  Nov. 5, 1925, Age 10 years old.. daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Will Crumble,  (ed note-CROMWELL)
Burial in Crab Orchard Cemetery.

Mrs. James Webb, buried at Elizabeth on Nov. 8, 1925

HAZEL PATTERSON,
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Irel Patterson, of Akron, Ohio
burial at Union

J. H. SHANNON,
Editor of Harriman Record

CLARA BELLE VAN NORSTRAN, 10 months old
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. C. E. Van Norstran
granddaughter of Mr. & Mrs. Peter Henry


DIVORCES
This is the only listings found in the 1925 papers for Divorce.  Court was held on
Wednesday February 25, 1925 with Judge W. H. Buttram on the bench,
Jesse L. Rogers, Attorney General,  Ray Human acting clerk.


Rosa Roe granted a divorce from Burney Roe
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Juanita Ferguson granted a divorce from C.G. Ferguson
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Mima Roberts granted a divorce from John C. Roberts
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Cordia Davis granted a divorce from D.C. Davis
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Bonnie Ooten granted a divorce from Wes Ooten, with alimony
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Minnie Wheeler vs. L.D. Wheeler, dismissed
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Holly Olmstead, vs Wm Olmsted, dismissed
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Laura Howard vs John Howard, dismissed
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W. I. Stallings vs Sadie Stallings, settled as to property, no divorce


 

REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS 
OF MORGAN COUNTY 


NAME STATE SERVED IN
Michael Arnold II
Ryle Rgt
Pennsylvania
Thomas Adcock North Carolina
Henry Begley Virginia
Daniel Blevins North Carolina
Thomas Butler North Carolina
John Craig North Carolina
John Crenshaw Virginia
William Davidson North Carolina/Virginia
Gabriel Fry Virginia
Meshack Green North Carolina
Joseph Griffith Virginia
   
Samuel Hall North Carolina
John Holland Pennsylvania
William Holland Maryland
John Holloway Tennessee
John Howard South Carolina
Thomas Knidred Virginia
John Lawson North Carolina
James McDaniel North Carolina
Nathaniel Milton North Carolina
Sebastian ‘Boston’  Ollis
b Germany 1743, d Morgan Co TN
South Carolina
   
Joseph Patton North Carolina
Williams Patterson Virginia
Able Peak Virginia
Clemmon Phillips North Carolina
Royal Price North Carolina
   
Charles Priestly South Carolina
John Reed South Carolina
Joshua Roberts Virginia
Joseph Stonecipher North Carolina
John Staples Virginia, d/ Morgan Co. TN, 28 June 1837
John Williams Virginia
Smith Willis Pennsylvania