Descendants of John Hanna

 

Compiled and Submitted by Libby Clay

lclay12212@cs.com

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1. JOHN1 HANNA was born Abt. 1770 in Virginia, and died Aft. 1850 in Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama. He married MARY ADARENE 1835 in Benton County, Alabama.

 

Notes for JOHN HANNA:

He was a soldier of the American Revolution, listed as a private in the 2nd Company of Colonel Nathaniel Gist, Virginia Regiment. (The Revolutionary War by Thomas Saffell 1820 - 1891)

 

His occupaation was gunsmith. He came from Tennessee to Benton, now Calhoun County, Alabama, in 1832, and settled at the foot of Chosea Mountain.

 

More About JOHN HANNA:

Burial: Hanna Family Cemetery

Children of JOHN HANNA and MARY ADARENE are:

2. i. MARY L.2 HANNA, b. Abt. 1809, Tennessee; d. May 04, 1897, Hamilton County, Tennessee.

3. ii. WOODFORD ROBERT HANNA, b. September 25, 1805, Tennessee; d. October 15, 1878, Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama.

iii. ELIZABETH BETSY HANNA, b. 1814, Rhea County, Tennessee; m. (1) TERRY RIDDLE, January 27, 1842, Benton County, Alabama; d. October 23, 1844, Benton County, Alabama; m. (2) JAMES G. BICE, 1845, Benton County, Alabama.

4. iv. JOHN SEVIER HANNA, b. June 24, 1815, Rhea County, Tennessee; d. September 24, 1882, Iredell, Bosque County, Texas.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2. MARY L.2 HANNA (JOHN1) was born Abt. 1809 in Tennessee, and died May 04, 1897 in Hamilton County, Tennessee. She married HIRAM PENDERGRASS October 17, 1828 in Hamilton County, Tennessee. He was born March 29, 1808 in Sevier County, Tennessee, and died July 04, 1891 in Hamilton County, Tennessee.

 

Notes for MARY L. HANNA:

Married by James L. Riddle, J.P.

 

More About MARY L. HANNA:

Burial: Pendergrass Family Cemetery, Sale Creek, Tennessee

 

Notes for HIRAM PENDERGRASS:

In 1850, the family was in Bradley County, Tennessee. His occupation was blacksmith. The family moved to Cherokee County, Alabama about 1838, and then back to Hamilton County, Tennessee, after 1850. Hiram and his wife lived out their life on Opossum Creek and they are buried in the old Pendergrass Family Cemetery. Presumably Nimrod and his wife are also buried there.

 

Hiram and John C. Pendergrass were twins.

 

WILL OF HIRAM PENDERGRASS

 

I, Hiram Pendergrass of Sale Creek in the County of Hamilton and State of Tennessee, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do make, publish and declare this to be my last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me at any time hereby revoking all former wills by me at any time heretofore made.

 

And as to my worldly estate and all the property seized and possessed, or to which I shall be entitled at the time of my decease, I devise, bequeath and dispose thereof in the following to wit:

 

My Will is that all my just debts and funeral expenses shall, by my executors hereinafter named, be paid as shall by them be found convenient.

 

I give, devise and bequeath to my beloved wife Mary Pendergrass, all my household furniture: and also one thousand dollars in money to be paid to her by my executors hereinafter named within six months after my decease: to have and to hold the the same to her and her executors, administrators and assigns forever.

 

All the rest and residue of my estate real, personal and mixed of which I shall die seized and possessed or to which I shall be entitled at my decease I give devise and bequeath, after me executors hereinafter named shall have sold all my real, personal and mixed property, that the money be equally divided between or among my children.

 

And Lastly. I do nominate and appoint William Griffiths and William M. Beene to be my Executors of this my last Will and Testament.

 

In witness whereof, I, the said Hiram Pendergrass, have to this my last Will and Testament, consisting of one sheet of paper, subscribed my name this the 26th day of February in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety One.

 

Hiram Pendergrass

 

Signed, published and declared by the said Hiram Pendergrass as and for his last Will and Testament in his presence and in the presence of each other, have subscribed our names as witnesses thereunto.

 

Peter Bolton

David Griffiths

 

More About HIRAM PENDERGRASS:

Burial: Pendergrass Family Cemetery, Sale Creek, Tennessee

Children of MARY HANNA and HIRAM PENDERGRASS are:

5. i. AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, b. November 1830, Tennessee; d. 1905, Etowah County, Alabama (Gum Springs)(Hopewell Cemetery).

6. ii. ELIZABETH PENDERGRASS, b. 1832, Hamilton County, Tennessee.

7. iii. ASA NATHANIEL PENDERGRASS, b. March 27, 1835, Tennessee; d. November 16, 1906, Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee.

8. iv. JOHN HOUSTON PENDERGRASS, b. May 07, 1837, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. January 21, 1921, Calhoun County, Alabama.

v. MARY PENDERGRASS, b. 1840, Tennessee.

9. vi. MARTHA ELLEN PENDERGRASS, b. 1841, Tennessee.

vii. NATHANIEL ADNEGA PENDERGRASS, b. January 23, 1847, Tennessee; d. June 25, 1865, Cairo, Illinois.

 

Notes for NATHANIEL ADNEGA PENDERGRASS:

Nathaniel died in the Civil War. He volunteered as a private in Company G, 3rd Regiment, Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry at just sixteen years of age. He had small pox but returned to duty and was later scalded when the boiler exploded on the steamer SULTANA. He was taken to a hospital at Cairo, Illinois where he died.

 

viii. SUSAN PENDERGRASS, b. 1845, Tennessee.

 

 

3. WOODFORD ROBERT2 HANNA (JOHN1) was born September 25, 1805 in Tennessee, and died October 15, 1878 in Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama. He married DELPHIA PATTERSON in Hamilton County, Tennessee. She was born February 21, 1809 in Rhea County, Tennessee, and died September 24, 1878 in Chosea Springs, Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

Notes for WOODFORD ROBERT HANNA:

He served in the CSA Army as a Captain in the 10th Infantry. The 10th Infantry was formed June 4, 1861 in Montgomery, Alabama. He fought in the Battles of Manasses, Williamsburg, Gettysburg, in Company H. He was also Captain of the Militia in Benton County. He was wounded at the Battle of Williamsburg during the Peninsula Campaign of 1862. He resigned on July 26, 1862. He was elected to the Alabama Legislature in 1848 where he served a two year term. He was Justice of the Peace in Benton later Calhoun Caunty starting January 24, 1834, August 17, 1836, July 16, 1838, April 2 1841, April 29 1847.

 

According to the 1840 Benton County, Alabama, census he was in manufacturing and agriculture with one slave. 1850 census he was a farmer with a wealth of $5,000. In 1870 he was a farmer with worth of $6,000 and $11,000.

 

From Hamilton County, Tennessee, Entry Taker's Book, 1824 - 1897, page 173.

State of Tennessee, Woodford R. Hanna enters one hundred acres of land in said County on the South East side of Waldens Ridge beginning Hamilton County on a pine on a Bench of said Mountain below Little Sandy Creek mark W.H. thence southwardly thence Eastwardly thence Northwardly thence westwardly to the beginning so as to include one hundred acres of land as afors said Febury 25 Day 1832.

Woodford R. Hanna

Locator

Page 207, No. 113. Woodford R. Hanna enters 100 acres of land. Location received and this entry made this 5 March 1834. Fees of office paid 75 cents.

State of Tennessee Woodford R. Hanna enters one hundred acres of land in said Hamilton County.

 

The Gadsden Times October 25, 1878

Woodford R. Hanna died very suddenly at his farm in Calhoun County on Thursday last.

 

Jacksonville Republic, October 19, 1878

DEATH OF AN OLD CITIZEN

We were much pained Wednesday to learn of the death of Woodford R. Hanna of this county, who died suddenly Tuesday near his home in Chocolocco Valley. He had complained of light pain in the side the morning of his death, but was going about his farm as usual, when he suddenly fell to the ground and expired by the time help reached him. He was among the oldest citizens of Calhoun, and once represented the count in the legislature and was much respected.

 

A good man is gone! We tender the stricken family our most heartfelt sympothy in this the hour of their great bereavement.

 

 

 

Notes for DELPHIA PATTERSON:

From Family Tree and Biography Of Robert Patterson

 

Delphia Patterson was born in 1807, married Mr. Woodford R. Hanna, a pioneer, to whom were born 7 children, Rhoda Ann, John, Mary, Robert M., Alexander, Alfred T. and W.V. Grandchildren of Woodford Hanna: Rhoda Ann's children - Jane, Milo, Cordelia, Will, Brincie, Delphia, Wood, Rhoda, Tom and Bob. John's children - Wood, Wiley, John, Will, Fannie, Luvicie, Bettie. Mary's Children - Jeff, Isa, William, Alexander, Harv. Alexander had no children. Alfred T. had Bertha, Fannie, Lula, Newton, Charles, Nora, Alisha and Terry. W.V.'s children were Joe, Mabry and John.

Children of WOODFORD HANNA and DELPHIA PATTERSON are:

10. i. RHODA ANN3 HANNA, b. January 25, 1831, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. March 30, 1903, Calhoun County, Alabama.

11. ii. ALFRED TERRY HANNA, b. January 04, 1844, Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama; d. June 12, 1916, Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama.

12. iii. ROBERT M. HANNA, b. June 1834, Benton County, Alabama; d. November 09, 1910, Oxford, Calhoun County, Alabama.

13. iv. JOHN WILEY HANNA, b. January 08, 1832, Sale Creek, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. December 12, 1880, Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama.

14. v. MARYANN ELIZABETH HANNA, b. December 10, 1837, Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama; d. August 02, 1910, Iredell, Bosque County, Texas.

vi. ALEXANDER H. HANNA, b. February 09, 1840, Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama; d. December 21, 1861, Dranesville, Virginia.

 

Notes for ALEXANDER H. HANNA:

Alexander Hanna served as a private in Company H, 10th Alabama Regiment. His father was Captain of the Company. He was killed during the Battle of Dranesville, Vrginia. There is a marker in the Hanna Family Cemetery in Chosea Springs, Calhoun County, Alabama. It is not known if he is buried there or in Virginia.

 

vii. SARAH L. HANNA, b. March 19, 1841, Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama; d. September 26, 1841, Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama.

viii. POLLY J. HANNA, b. June 25, 1842, Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama; d. November 18, 1842, Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama.

15. ix. WOODFORD VALENTINE HANNA, b. March 1845, Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama; d. 1883, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama.

x. DELPHIA H. HANNA, b. July 17, 1849, Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama; d. September 26, 1849, Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama.

 

 

4. JOHN SEVIER2 HANNA (JOHN1) was born June 24, 1815 in Rhea County, Tennessee, and died September 24, 1882 in Iredell, Bosque County, Texas. He married JANE RIDDLE. She was born 1822 in Tennessee.

 

Notes for JOHN SEVIER HANNA:

John Sevier Hanna earned the rank of Captain from service in the Texas Militia. He also served as a Texas Ranger and sheriff of Bosque County. He was appointed Tax Assesor of Precinct N1 in Randolph County, Alabama in 1843. Historica Records of Randolph County, Alabama, 1832 - 1900 states on pages 23 and 39 that "John Hanna, 1843, appointed Tax assessor for District 1. Taxes were assessed and collected by the sheroffs or persons appointed by the Commissioner's Court. In 1843 assessors were appointed by battalion and regimental districts. Everybody knew Hanna and traditions say Hanna was so elated over the honors conferred he filled up on corn juice and went home to celebrate. A big dinner was prepared and his neighbors invited but Hanna was too sick to eat and when he failed to apprar the question was asked, What ails Hanna."

 

More About JOHN SEVIER HANNA:

Burial: Hanna Cemetery

Children of JOHN HANNA and JANE RIDDLE are:

16. i. ALEXANDER W.3 HANNA, b. 1836, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. 1863, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

17. ii. MARY HANNA, b. Abt. 1835, Randolph County, Alabama.

18. iii. ELIZABETH HANNA, b. Abt. 1840, Randolph County, Alabama.

19. iv. JOHN ADRIAN HANNA, b. July 25, 1842, Randolph County, Alabama; d. May 07, 1889, Content, Runnels County, Texas.

20. v. AMANDA J. HANNA, b. Abt. 1844, Randolph County, Alabama; d. Runnels County, Texas.

vi. GEORGE W. HANNA, b. 1847, Randolph County, Alabama.

21. vii. SARAH ISABELL HANNA, b. 1849, Randolph County, Alabama.

viii. THOMAS HANNA, b. 1851, Randolph County, Alabama; m. S.E. RUSSELL, August 08, 1877, Bosque County, Texas.

22. ix. ANNA E. HANNA, b. 1853, Randolph County, Alabama.

x. JAMES T. HANNA, b. 1856, Bosque County,Texas; d. Bef. 1884; m. EMMA JOHNSON.

xi. ROBERT L. HANNA, b. 1859, Bosque County,Texas; m. MARY CATHERINE NORTHINGTON JOHNSON, October 14, 1886, Texas.

 

More About ROBERT L. HANNA:

Burial: Hanna Cemetery

 

xii. JEFF DAVIS HANNA, b. June 11, 1861, Bosque County,Texas; d. January 20, 1942, Bosque County,Texas; m. ADDIE GRAVES, January 05, 1887, Bosque County, Texas.

23. xiii. CHARLES WYLIE HANNA, b. 1864, Bosque County,Texas; d. 1947, Bosque County,Texas.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

5. AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS (MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born November 1830 in Tennessee, and died 1905 in Etowah County, Alabama (Gum Springs)(Hopewell Cemetery). She married ISRAEL ALONZO CONDRAY Abt. 1854 in Tennessee. He was born March 05, 1833 in Tennessee, and died August 06, 1872 in Hamilton County, Tennessee.

 

Notes for AMANDA JANE PENDERGRASS:

I have a note that says that she was 84 when she died. That would make he death 1914 or 1915.

 

Notes for ISRAEL ALONZO CONDRAY:

He was called Alonzo. His occupation was cabinet maker. He served in the Civil War and did not live many years after his return home. The Yankees burned the home of he and his family during the Civil War.

Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Tennessee, National Archives Microfilm M268

 

Israel A. Condray

M268, Roll 261

Pvt., Capt. Thomas R. Mitchell's Co., 5 Regt. TN Volunteers. Enlisted Dec. 11, 1862 at Chattanooga, by Capt. Mitchell, for three years of the war. Age 29, blue eyes, black hair, dark complexion. Born Hamilton County, TN, residence the same. Farmer. Present Oct-Dec. 1862. Absent Mar-Apr 1863, detailed as a carpenter at Tullahoma Mar 26,1863 by Brig. Gen. Johnson. Absent on Muster roll Dec. 1863 shows "absent sick (wounded) at residence of L. Gardenshire since Sept. 20/63." Same on rolls of Jan-Feb, 1864, Mar-Apr. 1864. No other entries.

Children of AMANDA PENDERGRASS and ISRAEL CONDRAY are:

24. i. JOHN WOODFORD4 CONDRAY, b. January 18, 1867, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. April 06, 1930, Etowah County, Alabama ( Hokes Bluff Cemetery).

25. ii. STERLING STEPHEN CONDRAY, b. June 1862, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. November 01, 1928, Etowah County, Alabama.

26. iii. WILLIAM ASA CONDRAY, b. May 1872, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. Etowah County, Alabama.

iv. THOMAS CONDRAY, b. 1857.

27. v. MARY L.(MOLLIE) CONDRAY, b. 1858, Hamilton County, Tennessee.

vi. ANNA E. CONDRAY, b. 1855, Hamilton County, Tennessee; m. R.B. GOODEN, November 22, 1880, Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

Notes for ANNA E. CONDRAY:

Married by Rev. W.W. Coleman.

 

vii. PERLOMA CONDRAY, b. 1863.

28. viii. ELLEN RHODA CONDRAY, b. March 03, 1868, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. February 15, 1918, St. Clair County, Alabama (Palmeto Creek Buried at Hopewell Cemetery.

 

 

6. ELIZABETH3 PENDERGRASS (MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born 1832 in Hamilton County, Tennessee. She married (1) WILLIAM ANDERSON JONES. He was born 1828 in Tennessee. She married (2) WILLIAM ANDERSON JONES. He was born 1828 in Tennessee.

Children of ELIZABETH PENDERGRASS and WILLIAM JONES are:

29. i. JOHN A.4 JONES.

ii. ROBERT JONES, m. HATTIE MORGAN.

iii. HIRAM P. JONES, m. TINNIE QUINN.

30. iv. LORING ARTHUR JONES, d. Abt. 1930, Anniston, Calhoun County County, Alabama.

31. v. JAMES B. JONES, b. 1863, Kentucky.

vi. WILLIAM A. L. JONES, b. 1865, Kentucky; m. FLORENCE GENTRY.

vii. ANN JONES, b. 1867, Kentucky.

viii. ADELINE JONES, b. 1868, Tennessee.

 

Child of ELIZABETH PENDERGRASS and WILLIAM JONES is:

32. ix. JOHN A.4 JONES.

 

 

7. ASA NATHANIEL3 PENDERGRASS (MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born March 27, 1835 in Tennessee, and died November 16, 1906 in Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee. He married MARY OPHELIA HALL 1862 in Tennessee. She was born May 1843 in Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee.

 

More About ASA NATHANIEL PENDERGRASS:

Burial: Fort Hill Cemetery, Cleveland, Tennessee

Children of ASA PENDERGRASS and MARY HALL are:

i. GEORGE W.4 PENDERGRASS, b. 1864.

ii. JOHN M. PENDERGRASS, b. May 1865, Tennessee.

 

Notes for JOHN M. PENDERGRASS:

There is no evidence that John ever married. His occupation was Machinest in the 1900 census.

 

iii. THOMAS J. PENDERGRASS, b. 1869, Tennessee; d. Arkansas.

iv. JOSIE L. PENDERGRASS, b. 1871, Tennessee; m. JAMES C. HICKMAN, August 21, 1886, Bradley County, Tennessee.

v. FLORENCE PENDERGRASS, b. September 1872, Tennessee.

33. vi. WALTER LAWRENCE PENDERGRASS, b. July 12, 1877, Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee; d. November 15, 1938, Mobile, Alabama.

vii. FANNIE PENDERGRASS, b. February 1880, Hamilton County, Tennessee.

viii. BELL PENDERGRASS, b. February 1883, Hamilton County, Tennessee.

 

 

8. JOHN HOUSTON3 PENDERGRASS (MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born May 07, 1837 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died January 21, 1921 in Calhoun County, Alabama. He married (1) DELPHIA LUVICIE RIDDLE April 18, 1855 in Sale Creek, Hamilton County, Tennessee. She was born December 18, 1835 in Benton County, Alabama, and died December 17, 1899 in St. Clair County, Alabama. He married (2) DELPHIA LOUISA RIDDLE April 18, 1855 in Sale Creek, Hamilton County, Tennessee. She was born December 1835 in Benton County, Alabama, and died December 17, 1899 in St. Clair County, Alabama.

 

More About JOHN HOUSTON PENDERGRASS:

Burial: Eulaton Methodist Cemetery

Children of JOHN PENDERGRASS and DELPHIA RIDDLE are:

34. i. LEE EVINS4 PENDERGRASS, b. March 13, 1870, Benton County, Alabama; d. January 12, 1940, Anniston, Calhoun County County, Alabama.

35. ii. SUSAN FRANCES PENDERGRASS, b. August 08, 1859, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. May 01, 1916, Etowah County, Alabama.

36. iii. MARY A. PENDERGRASS, b. March 22, 1857, Hamilton County, Tennessee.

37. iv. ROBERT DELOM PENDERGRASS, b. March 28, 1858, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. Bosque County,Texas.

v. HIRAM T. PENDERGRASS, b. October 30, 1860, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. September 17, 1876, Tennessee.

38. vi. E.WILLIE A. PENDERGRASS, b. July 26, 1867, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. 1960.

39. vii. JOHN ASA PENDERGRASS, b. July 07, 1873, St. Clair County, Alabama; d. September 21, 1935, Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana.

viii. E.L. WEESE PENDERGRASS, b. July 07, 1873, Hamilton County, Tennessee; d. Abt. 1928, Alabama; m. JOHN WESLEY GABLE, JR..

ix. T.R. PENDERGRASS, b. July 17, 1876, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. October 03, 1876, Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

 

9. MARTHA ELLEN3 PENDERGRASS (MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born 1841 in Tennessee. She married JAMES T. WILLIAMS June 14, 1869 in Hamilton County, Tennessee. He was born 1841 in Wales.

Children of MARTHA PENDERGRASS and JAMES WILLIAMS are:

i. SUSAN F.4 WILLIAMS, b. 1873, Hamilton County, Tennessee.

ii. MINNIE E. WILLIAMS, b. 1975, Hamilton County, Tennessee.

iii. JAMES F. WILLIAMS, b. 1878, Hamilton County, Tennessee.

 

 

10. RHODA ANN3 HANNA (WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born January 25, 1831 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died March 30, 1903 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She married THOMAS EDWARD POLAND in Benton County, Alabama. He was born 1823 in Tennessee, and died 1868 in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Children of RHODA HANNA and THOMAS POLAND are:

40. i. DELPHIA JANE4 POLAND, b. February 19, 1845, Benton County, Alabama; d. July 14, 1925, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

41. ii. MILO P. POLAND, b. April 16, 1849, Benton County, Alabama; d. April 15, 1932, Calhoun County, Alabama.

42. iii. NANCY CORDELIA POLAND, b. 1846, Benton County, Alabama; d. Aft. 1880, Calhoun County, Alabama.

43. iv. HELEN SABRINA POLAND, b. March 06, 1851, Benton County, Alabama; d. November 29, 1931, Hico, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

v. WILLIAM POLAND, b. 1854, Benton County, Alabama.

44. vi. MARIAN FRANCES POLAND, b. November 11, 1857, Benton County, Alabama; d. March 29, 1937, Choudrant, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

vii. WOODFORD POLAND, b. 1860, Benton County, Alabama.

45. viii. THOMAS LEE POLAND, b. May 20, 1864, Benton County, Alabama; d. November 04, 1935, Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana.

46. ix. RHODA POLAND, b. 1865, Benton County, Alabama; d. 1918, Alabama.

47. x. ROBERT ALEXANDER POLAND, b. January 17, 1868, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. March 27, 1941, Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

 

11. ALFRED TERRY3 HANNA (WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born January 04, 1844 in Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama, and died June 12, 1916 in Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama. He married MARTHA MINERVA WARD Abt. 1865 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She was born June 30, 1844 in Fairburn, Georgia, and died February 06, 1907 in Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

Notes for ALFRED TERRY HANNA:

From the 1907 Census of Confederate Soldiers, page 30, #82, Calhoun County. "Alford Terry Hanna, Anniston, Alabama. Born January 4, 1844, White Plains, Alabama, in the 10th Alabama Regiment, Company H, and continued until April 9, 1865. Paroled at Appomattox in April 1865.

 

The following was written by Alfred Terry Hanna to the Daughters of the Confederacy

 

Enlisted at the age of 17 years in Co. H-10th Regiment, Ala. volunteers went to Richmond was sent to Winchester and from there to Manassess. Spent the first winter at Orange C.H. went to Yorktown in Feb. and was there until the 2nd of May-started towards Richmond we engaged the enemy on May 25th at Williamsburg fighting for about 8 hours. The next day we continued the march on. On May 30 we engaged the enemy at Seven Pines drove them back. I was taken with fever in the field was out for four weeks. We were then in the Seven days battles around Richmond. Our Col. Woodward was killed the 10th of August. We marched to Gordonsville then to Orange C.H. On Aug. 31 we were engaged in the 2nd battle of Manasses from there to Leesburg then to Sharpsburg where we were engaged in a dawn fight then to White Hall and Oct. 29 we moved to Culpepper C.H. On the 15th of Nov. we met the enemy at Salem Church drove them back across the river. Ford John Pelham was killed. May the 1st we met the enemy at Salem Church drove them back across the river. On the 3rd we fought the battle of Chancellorsville in which we lost Stonewall Jackson. We moved June 4th to Culpepper C.H. then to Front Royal then to Charlestown crossed the river into Maryland to Sharpsburg then to Boomsborough then Hagerstown onto Greencastle Penn. Camped at Fayetteville until the Gettysburg fight July the 1st. on the 2nd I was wounded and taken to a barn which was used for a hospital. On the 4th the army fell back leaving me a prisoner. We were taken from there to West Building Prison Aug. 20. About the 25th of Sept. was sent to Fortress Monroe then to Richmond a paroled prisoner. Was exchanged in March detailed for fight at Richmond - stayed till July then joined my command at Petersburg. We spent the winter there. In March we were engaged at Five Forks in Which Col. James Shelby was killed. On April 2nd A.P. Hill was killed. That night Lee abandoned Petersburg and Richmond moved to Amelia C.H. On the 5th and 6th a great many fell out from weakness caused by hunger. We arrived at Appomattox C.H. April 7th. On the 9th we were compelled to surrender as an act of mercy to the thousands of Loyal Comrades who stood about him. It was a sad sight to see men who had faced death weeping like children. Gen. Lee had scarcely voice to say-"Men we have fought through the war together. I have done the best I could for you. I bid you all farewell."

 

On July 15, 1893 an organization of United Confederate Veterans was organized. The organizational meeting was reported in the Piedmont Inquirer. The meeting was called to order by W.J. Alexander, who explained its objective and put the motion which made A.F. Tomlin, Chairman and E.D. McCellan, Secretary. By unanimous vote the Camp was named Stewart to perpetuate the name and commemorate the soldierly of John Stewart, Samuel Stewart and Newton Stewart, all of which were brothers. The camp fire Will be lighted on the Saturday before the third Sunday in each month. Names included A.T. Hanna, Co. H, 10th Reg. Alabama. A.T. Hanna is listed as the Quartermaster of this organization.

 

The following is a letter written my Alfred Terry Hanna to his granddaughter, Jenny Sabatier of Somerville, Tennessee.

 

I volunteered in the army on February 1862 in Co. H 10 Reg Ala vol left home on the 24th of March arrived Selma, Ala. on the 25th and there awaited a day and night for a boat to convoy us to Montgomery where we arrived on the 27th and there awaited 24 hours for a train to Atlanta, Ga., where we arrived on the 28. We then went to Augusta, Ga. where we arrived the 29th the same day we got to Columbia, S.C. we then took passage for Petersburg, Va. where we arrived on the 1st of April. Next day we got to Richmond the seat of the war. We remained there a day or two we then took passage for West Point, Va. on the York River where we took passage for Yorktown where we arrived on the 3rd of April and went into camp about four miles from Yorktown we remained encamped for two days we were then ordered out on the Warick River 2 miles from Yorktown at Wynns Mills this river was the line between our forces and the Yankees the river runs South West direction from Yorktown and flows into the James River near Newport News. We were stationed on this river about a month and threw up entrenchments and on the 2nd of May we evacuated this place and fell back towards Richmond. We got to Williamsburg on the 7th and early next morning an engagement took place between a division of our troops and the enemy. The engagement continued about eight hours. We repulsed them all and killed and captured great many of them. Early next morning we began our march to Richmond and came to Chicahominy River about 30 miles from Richmond on the 11th. We camped for a few days then moved up four miles from Richmond and on the 30th of May we were ordered out to meet the enemy at Seven Pines. There we repulsed them. Very heavy loss on their side. I was then taken sick with camp fever and went to a private house in Richmond. She was so kind to me. I will never forget her kindness. She was the widow Myers a very noted lady in the city. I remained with her about two or three weeks. She charged us nothing for keeping us. Myself and my father was staying there. I returned to my regiment on the 13th of June and found the boys all in good health and fine spirits. Our brigade was composed of the 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 14th Ala. regiments commanded by Brigadier General C.M. Wilcox in Longstreets Division. On the 20th of June my brother was transferred to my company and on the 27th of June the seven day fight began and was very hard but we came out victorious over our enemy. We repulsed them on every field but we lost our colonel. He was killed. My company lost two. Killed James F. Edwards, James Mauldin and 8 or 10 wounded of of which one died, Benjamin Warre. On the 30th our Maj. go wounded and on the 4th of June the fight closed. We then moved our camp to Darbytown about 8 miles from Richmond. On the 3rd of August I went to see my father in the city. He had resigned and was going to start home. His health was so bad he could not stand the service. Our first Lieut was then promoted to captain. On the 10th of August we started on our Maryland campaign on the 11 we got on the cars for Gordonsville which is 19 miles north of Richmond. We camped there two days we then marched to Orange Court House VA 15 miles north of Gordonsville. We crossed the Rapidan River on the 19th and shelled the enemy on the Rapahanock River two or three hours. We then came to Bradley Station on the Manassas Rail Road. We had a fight at Manassas on the 31st of August. On the 2nd of Sept I stated to my regt. I had been left behind sick. I passed through the battlefield. It was a horrible seen to behold. The dead men lying all over the ground. I marched about 20 miles and found my Regt. ready to march and we marched in the direction of Leesburg. Then turned toward Drainsville. We camped there for the night. This was the 4th of Sept. We then marched for Leesburg and crossed. We then went into town. There the sick were left and the army marched in to Maryland. Crossed the Potomac River on the 11th of Sept. We arrived at Winchester on the 12th. Winchester is a beautiful but ancient city in one of the richest valleys of Virginia. The valley of the Shenandoah. About the 20th Harper's Ferry was surrendered to our army. The Sharpsburg fight also. We then went to our command on the 29th. They were camped near White Hall. We had great revivals in camp about this time. Many sought the saviour of sinners.

 

A.T. Hanna

Children of ALFRED HANNA and MARTHA WARD are:

48. i. CHARLES ALEXANDER4 HANNA, b. March 06, 1877, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. 1960.

49. ii. BERTHA P. HANNA, b. 1866, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. Aft. 1910, Calhoun County, Alabama.

50. iii. FRANCES H. HANNA, b. September 1867, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. Aft. 1892, Calhoun County, Alabama.

51. iv. LULA ELIZABETH HANNA, b. 1870, Calhoun County, Alabama.

v. MILDRED L. HANNA, b. March 29, 1871, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. September 30, 1872, Calhoun County, Alabama.

vi. LINA P. HANNA, b. March 04, 1873, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. September 1874, Calhoun County, Alabama.

52. vii. EDWARD NEWTON HANNA, b. February 28, 1875, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. July 06, 1947, Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama.

53. viii. ALTHEA BEATRICE ELLA HANNA, b. 1879, Calhoun County, Alabama.

54. ix. NORA HANNA.

55. x. TERRY D. HANNA, SR., b. June 1888, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. June 19, 1956, Alabama.

xi. TALMADGE HANNA, b. Calhoun County, Alabama; d. Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

 

12. ROBERT M.3 HANNA (WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born June 1834 in Benton County, Alabama, and died November 09, 1910 in Oxford, Calhoun County, Alabama. He married (1) SOFIA M. WOODS. He married (2) MARY ELIZABETH SMITH September 25, 1857 in Benton County, Alabama. She was born October 15, 1835 in Georgia, and died July 29, 1882 in Oxford, Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

Notes for ROBERT M. HANNA:

Robert was called Bob. He married on his father's fifty-second birthday, September 25 1857, in a double ceremony with his sister, Maryann Elizabeth.

 

He served in Company H, 10th Alabama Regiment under his father's command. Alabama Archive records erroneously show him ato have died of wounds suffered at the second Manassas. This calls into question the accuracy of other entries that show him as wounded at the same battle on August 30, 1862.

 

He became a Presbyterian minister and pastored the Oxford Presbyterian minister.

 

Census records show him to be called a sadler and a tinner. He moved from Calhoun County around 2868 to Polk County, Texas, where two of his children were born before he returned to Calhoun County. He raised the only child of his daughter Delphia as his own under the name of John R. Hanna rather than Payne.

 

After the death of his first wife and the mother of his children he married Mrs. Sofia M. Woods. A family tradition says that people in the congregation could tell from his sermons when things were going well with her.

 

He is buried beside his first wife in the Hanna Family Cemetery in Chosea Springs, Calhoun County, Alabama.

Children of ROBERT HANNA and MARY SMITH are:

56. i. ROBERT LEE4 HANNA, b. November 1868, Livingston, Polk County, Texas; d. October 04, 1935, Hall Summit, Red River, Louisiana.

57. ii. DELPHIA E. HANNA, b. 1860, Oxford, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. 1885, Chosea Springs, Calhoun County, Alabama.

58. iii. WOODFORD HENRY HANNA, b. October 23, 1869, Livingston, Polk County, Texas; d. January 29, 1935, Calhoun County, Alabama.

iv. JENNIE HANNA, b. 1872, Livingston, Polk County, Texas.

 

Notes for JENNIE HANNA:

Died as a child and is buried in the Hanna Family Cemetery in Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

v. FLAVIUS HANNA, b. 1874, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. 1902, Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

 

13. JOHN WILEY3 HANNA (WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born January 08, 1832 in Sale Creek, Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died December 12, 1880 in Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama. He married MARY COKER February 17, 1857 in Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama. She was born February 10, 1841, and died May 18, 1932 in Hico, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

Children of JOHN HANNA and MARY COKER are:

59. i. EMMA LOUISE4 HANNA, b. September 22, 1878, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. August 10, 1964, Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana.

60. ii. WOODFORD LUTHER HANNA, b. November 29, 1857, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. August 12, 1908, Eros, Jackson Parish, Louisiana.

iii. LARKIN JABEZ HANNA, b. March 18, 1860, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. September 23, 1869, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama.

iv. LAURA MCINDIA HANNA, b. December 10, 1862, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. September 22, 1863, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama.

61. v. MARY WILEY HANNA, b. December 26, 1863, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. January 28, 1960, Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana.

vi. SUSAN DELPHIA HANNA, b. December 26, 1864, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. 1864, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama.

vii. JOHN SIDNEY HANNA, b. October 31, 1868, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. August 21, 1897, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama.

62. viii. WILLIAM ALEXANDER HANNA, b. March 18, 1870, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. May 30, 1950, Clifton, Bosque County, Texas.

ix. PERNINA E. HANNA, b. July 04, 1872, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. August 31, 1875, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama.

63. x. MARY FRANCIS HANNA, b. October 25, 1874, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. February 13, 1949, Erath County, Texas.

64. xi. BETTY LEE HANNA, b. March 04, 1877, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. March 18, 1936, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

 

14. MARYANN ELIZABETH3 HANNA (WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born December 10, 1837 in Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama, and died August 02, 1910 in Iredell, Bosque County, Texas. She married JAMES J. HENDERSON September 25, 1857 in Benton County, Alabama. He was born July 02, 1835 in Alabama, and died October 18, 1882 in Iredell, Bosque County, Texas.

Children of MARYANN HANNA and JAMES HENDERSON are:

i. MARGARET ISABEL4 HENDERSON, b. Abt. 1860, Benton County, Alabama.

65. ii. JEFFERSON DAVIS HENDERSON, b. June 1861, Benton County, Alabama; d. Texas.

66. iii. DELPHIA ANGELINE HENDERSON, b. October 17, 1867, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. March 01, 1891, Iredell, Bosque County, Texas.

iv. JOHN WILLIAM VALENTINE HENDERSON, b. June 01, 1870, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. December 14, 1900, Bosque County,Texas; m. MARY A. GARVIN.

 

More About JOHN WILLIAM VALENTINE HENDERSON:

Burial: Hanna Cemetery, Bosque County, Texas

 

67. v. SAMUEL WOODFORD HENDERSON, b. January 1872, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. Aft. 1900, Texas.

vi. ROBERT ALEXANDER HENDERSON, b. March 1874, Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

Notes for ROBERT ALEXANDER HENDERSON:

He was called Alexander. In 1900 he was living in Bosque County, Texas, with his mother.

 

vii. HARVEY J. HENDERSON, b. November 1876, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. Aft. 1900, Texas.

 

Notes for HARVEY J. HENDERSON:

In 1900 he was living in Bosque County, Texas, with no children of his own but his nephew, James J. Henderson was living there.

 

 

15. WOODFORD VALENTINE3 HANNA (WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born March 1845 in Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama, and died 1883 in White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama. He married (1) RENA SUE COLLIER in Calhoun County, Alabama. She was born in Alabama, and died in White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama. He married (2) IDA JOHNSON.

Children of WOODFORD HANNA and RENA COLLIER are:

68. i. JOE TERRY4 HANNA, b. October 19, 1876, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. August 01, 1944, Farwell, Parmer County, Texas.

69. ii. MABRY ALLEN HANNA, b. July 04, 1878, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. July 09, 1930, San Antonia, Bexer County, Texas.

70. iii. JOHN COLLIER HANNA, b. January 01, 1880, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. December 27, 1947, Wichita Falls, Texas.

iv. ALTA HANNA, b. December 25, 1882, White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

 

16. ALEXANDER W.3 HANNA (JOHN SEVIER2, JOHN1) was born 1836 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died 1863 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. He married MARGARET UNKNOWN.

Child of ALEXANDER HANNA and MARGARET UNKNOWN is:

i. MARTHA4 HANNA, b. April 1860.

 

 

17. MARY3 HANNA (JOHN SEVIER2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1835 in Randolph County, Alabama. She married NICHOLAS HARVICK.

Children of MARY HANNA and NICHOLAS HARVICK are:

i. KING4 HARVICK, b. 1850, Bosque County,Texas.

ii. ELIZABETH HARVICK, b. 1853, Bosque County,Texas.

iii. ADALINE FREDONA HARVICK, b. 1858, Bosque County,Texas.

iv. ADAM N. HARVICK, b. January 1860, Bosque County,Texas.

v. EMMA J. HARVICK, b. 1862, Bosque County,Texas.

vi. JOHN H. HARVICK, b. 1866, Bosque County,Texas.

vii. MARTHA HARVICK, b. 1869, Bosque County,Texas.

 

 

18. ELIZABETH3 HANNA (JOHN SEVIER2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1840 in Randolph County, Alabama. She married CONVERSE HARVICK.

Child of ELIZABETH HANNA and CONVERSE HARVICK is:

i. JOHN4 HARVICK, b. 1859, Erath County, Texas.

 

 

19. JOHN ADRIAN3 HANNA (JOHN SEVIER2, JOHN1) was born July 25, 1842 in Randolph County, Alabama, and died May 07, 1889 in Content, Runnels County, Texas. He married SUSAN ELIZABETH HARVICK November 16, 1866 in Bosque County, Texas.

Children of JOHN HANNA and SUSAN HARVICK are:

i. EDNA LOVE4 HANNA, b. March 10, 1869, Bosque County,Texas; d. Alberque, New Mexico; m. JOHN T. TILLERY, December 04, 1890, Runnels County, Texas.

ii. ELLEN O. HANNA, b. September 19, 1870, Bosque County,Texas; d. September 26, 1870, Bosque County,Texas.

iii. SALLY KING HANNA, b. February 27, 1872, Bosque County,Texas; d. Alberque, New Mexico; m. WILLIAM ASHBY TILLERY, December 04, 1890, Runnels County, Texas.

iv. WILLIAM ALEXANDER HANNA, b. January 22, 1874, Bosque County,Texas; d. January 21, 1920, Oklahoma; m. OLLIE GEORGE.

v. GEORGE WASHINGTON HANNA, b. September 23, 1877, Bosque County,Texas; d. February 20, 1944, Coleman, Texas; m. ANNIE PRESTON.

vi. JOHN ADRIAN HANNA, JR., b. July 03, 1879, Bosque County,Texas; d. San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas; m. LILLIE MURL HAMLETT.

vii. OLA EARL HANNA, b. February 24, 1882, Bosque County,Texas; d. 1945, Big Springs, Texas.

viii. ADA EDITH HANNA, b. March 04, 1888, Runnels County, Texas; d. Houston, Harris County, Texas; m. BRUCE RUTHERFORD.

ix. JOHNNIE HANNA, b. September 23, 1889, Runnels County, Texas; m. JAMES WALTER BARR.

 

 

20. AMANDA J.3 HANNA (JOHN SEVIER2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1844 in Randolph County, Alabama, and died in Runnels County, Texas. She married (1) JOHN P. GRIFFIS February 13, 1862 in Bosque County, Texas. She married (2) JOHN T. HARDEGREE October 07, 1868 in Texas.

Children of AMANDA HANNA and JOHN HARDEGREE are:

i. PARAZETTA4 HARDEGREE, b. 1870, Texas.

ii. JOEL HARDEGREE, b. 1872, Texas.

71. iii. JOHN THOMAS HARDEGREE, b. March 01, 1875, Texas; d. 1933, Winters, Runnels County, Texas.

iv. ROBERT GUS HARDEGREE, b. 1877, Texas.

v. HENRY HUGH HARDEGREE, b. 1879, Texas.

 

 

21. SARAH ISABELL3 HANNA (JOHN SEVIER2, JOHN1) was born 1849 in Randolph County, Alabama. She married THOMAS A. SMITH January 31, 1867 in Bosque County, Texas.

Children of SARAH HANNA and THOMAS SMITH are:

i. GEORGIA4 SMITH, b. 1868, Texas.

ii. HENRIETTA SMITH, b. 1869, Texas.

 

 

22. ANNA E.3 HANNA (JOHN SEVIER2, JOHN1) was born 1853 in Randolph County, Alabama. She married (1) JAMES R. HANNA. She married (2) JESSE H. MOORE April 05, 1877 in Bosque County, Texas.

Children of ANNA HANNA and JESSE MOORE are:

i. JESSE COBB4 MOORE.

ii. JOHN H. MOORE.

iii. ALICE J. MOORE, m. UNKNOWN LEWIS.

iv. CARRIE BELLE MOORE.

 

 

23. CHARLES WYLIE3 HANNA (JOHN SEVIER2, JOHN1) was born 1864 in Bosque County,Texas, and died 1947 in Bosque County,Texas. He married IDA ELLEN SHAFFER January 02, 1896 in Bosque County, Texas.

Children of CHARLES HANNA and IDA SHAFFER are:

i. JOHN R.4 HANNA, b. 1896, Heron, Texas; m. ADDIE DUVALL, 1922, Texas.

ii. WINNIE PEARL HANNA, b. 1898, Heron, Texas; m. WILLIAM DANIEL VAUGHN, 1919, Texas.

iii. HERBERT DAVIS HANNA, b. 1903, Bosque County,Texas; m. WILLIE MAE CANNON, 1926, Texas.

iv. LENA WYLIE HANNA, b. 1905, Bosque County,Texas; m. WALTER FLEMON DICK DOTY, 1925, Texas.

v. CLYDE WALTER HANNA, b. 1907, Bosque County,Texas; m. AVENELL HINES, 1939, Texas.

vi. DEE HANNA, b. 1911, Bosque County,Texas; m. OLLIE SCOTT.

vii. NEOMA HANNA, b. 1913, Bosque County,Texas; m. ELMO BAKER.

viii. AUBREY HANNA, b. 1916, Bosque County,Texas; m. BETTY FOSTER, 1943, Texas.

ix. ODELL HANNA, b. 1919, Bosque County,Texas.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

24. JOHN WOODFORD4 CONDRAY (AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born January 18, 1867 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died April 06, 1930 in Etowah County, Alabama ( Hokes Bluff Cemetery). He married LOU ELIZABETH BRANNON May 31, 1892 in Etowah County, Alabama. She was born March 1871 in Alabama, and died May 10, 1926 in Etowah County, Alabama (Hokes Bluff Cemetery).

 

Notes for JOHN WOODFORD CONDRAY:

Obituary of John W. Condray

John W. Condray, 63, one of the best known citizens of the county, died at his home at Hokes Bluff at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning following a long illness. The funeral will be held at the Hokes Bluff Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. Mr. Dark conducting the services. Surviving are six sons and five daughters, Aaron, Gadsden; Israel, Gadsden; Mrs. Winnie Davis, Hokes Bluff; Mrs. Mollie Godfrey, Hokes Bluff; Ben, Durwood, Eugene, Nora, Guy, Roberta, of Hokes Bluff, and Mrs. Lura Roper of Glencoe.

 

John Condray was of small stature, fair complexion, and blue eyes. He was a hard worker and allowed very little foolishness from the children. He showed very little emotion. The entire family had Typhoid Fever one year but it almost killed Gene. Nora said that one night after the doctor had told them that Gene would not live through the night he sat on the door step and cried. Roberta remembers seeing him cry on the way home from his wife's funeral.

 

Notes for LOU ELIZABETH BRANNON:

Obituary from the Gadsden Times

MRS. CONDRAY OF HOKES BLUFF DIES AT HOSPITAL HERE

Mrs. Lou Elizabeth Condray, 55 years of age, wife of J.W. Condray died at 8:15 last night at a Gadsden hospital. The funeral was to be held at Hokes Bluff today at 2:30 and was to be conducted by Rev. Mr. Webb, pastor of the Hokes Bluff Methodist Church. Burial was to be in the churchyard. Mrs. Condray is survived by her husband; six sons, Aaron, Israel, Ben, Durwood, Eugene, Guy all of Hokes Bluff; and five daughters, Mrs. Mollie Godfrey, of Gadsden, Mrs. Winnie Davis and Misses Nora, Lura, and Roberta Condray of Hokes Bluff.

 

Lou was loved and revered by all of her children. She was a hard working and humble woman. She asked for and received very little materially. All of her children spoke of her only in fondness and love until this date.

Children of JOHN CONDRAY and LOU BRANNON are:

72. i. NORA BERNICE5 CONDRAY, b. May 22, 1903, Etowah County, Alabama Walnut Grove; d. June 22, 1985, Duluth, Georgia.

73. ii. AARON IRAS CONDRAY, b. March 07, 1893, Walnut Grove, Alabama; d. January 02, 1943, Gadsden, Alabama.

74. iii. ISRAEL WILLIAM CONDRAY, b. September 15, 1894, Walnut Grove, Alabama; d. June 1975, Gadsden, Alabama.

75. iv. WINNIE ETHEL CONDRAY, b. October 31, 1896, Etowah County, Alabama Walnut Grove; d. August 15, 1959, Gadsden, Alabama.

76. v. MOLLIE DEE CONDRAY, b. November 05, 1898, Etowah County, Alabama Walnut Grove; d. November 13, 1958, Gadsden Alabama.

vi. BEN WOODFORD CONDRAY, b. December 22, 1900, Etowah County, Alabama Walnut Grove; d. August 14, 1967, Gadsden, Alabama; m. VELMA KIDD; b. January 20, 1907; d. September 17, 1991, Gadsden, Alabama.

 

Notes for BEN WOODFORD CONDRAY:

Ben was always sickly. He never worked much and he died of cancer.

 

The Gadsden Times August 15, 1967

 

Condray, Ben Woodford, 66, Gadsden Route 5, died Monday after a brief illness. Services New Bethel Methodist Church Wednesday 2 P.M. Rev. Robert McKee officiating. Burial New Bethel Cemetery. Pallbearers; Ed Wright, Arthur Day, Hoyt Reeves, Doyle Reeves, Ted McCollum, Troy Reeves, Cliffird Eads, and Jack Butler. Survivors; wife, Velma Kidd Condray, sisters: Mrs. Ross G. Clay, Gadsden, Mrs. H.M. Roper, Gadsden, Mrs. J.D. Handy Hokes Bluff; brothers, Israel, Gene, and Guy Condray all of Hokes Bluff. Mr. Condray was a native and lifelong resident of Etowah County, a member of New Bethel Methodist Church, and a retired farmer. The body will remain at the residence and lie in state at the church for one hour prior to the service.

 

77. vii. DURWOOD BELMONT CONDRAY, b. February 18, 1905, Etowah County, Alabama Walnut Grove; d. April 12, 1964, Gadsden, Alabama (New Bethel Methodist Church).

viii. CHARLES EUGENE CONDRAY, b. June 12, 1907, Etowah County, Alabama Walnut Grove; d. February 02, 1992, Gadsden, Alabama; m. WILLA HUFF; b. December 21, 1913, Etowah County, Alabama; d. November 21, 2001, Centre, Alabama.

 

Notes for CHARLES EUGENE CONDRAY:

THE GADSDEN TIMES FEB. 3, 1992

 

Condray, Charles Eugene

 

Funeral will be at 2 P.M. Tuesday at Collier-Butler Chapel for Charles Eugene (Gene) Condray, Route 2, who died Sunday, Feb. 2, 1992. The Rev. Wally Rudd will officiate. Burial in Hokes Bluff Cemetery. Collier-Butler Funeral Home is in charge. Mr. Condray was born in Walnut Grove and moved to Alfords Bend in Hokes Bluff at an early age. He was a farmer most of his life. Mr. Condray was a member of Liberty United Methodist Church in Alfords Bend. He is survived by his wife, Willa H. Condray; sisters, Lura C. Roper and Roberta C. Handy, both of Gadsden; sister-in-law, Edith Norris, Hokes Bluff and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers will be nephews, James Godfrey, John Ed Godfrey, George K. Condray, Jimmy Posey, Lynn Norris and James Bobo. Honorary pallbearers will be Dr. John Duncan and nurses of Etowah County Home Health Care. The family will receive friends from 6 P.M. 9 tonight at the funeral home.

 

 

More About WILLA HUFF:

Burial: November 25, 2001, Hokes Bluff Cemetery, Etowah County, Alabama

 

78. ix. LURA HURSTINE CONDRAY, b. August 31, 1909, Walnut Grove, ALabama; d. October 28, 2000, Lakeland, Florida.

79. x. GUY WARREN CONDRAY, b. November 02, 1911, Etowah County, Alabama Walnut Grove; d. June 15, 1989, Gadsden, Alabama (New Bethel Methodist Church).

80. xi. ROBERTA LETHA CONDRAY, b. January 31, 1915, Etowah County, Alabama Walnut Grove.

 

 

25. STERLING STEPHEN4 CONDRAY (AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born June 1862 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died November 01, 1928 in Etowah County, Alabama. He married SUSAN FRANCES PENDERGRASS August 07, 1880 in Calhoun County, Alabama, daughter of JOHN PENDERGRASS and DELPHIA RIDDLE. She was born August 08, 1859 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died May 01, 1916 in Etowah County, Alabama.

 

Notes for STERLING STEPHEN CONDRAY:

THE GADSDEN TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1928

 

STERLING CONDRAY PASSES AWAY

 

Sterling Stephen Condray, 66 died at his home at Hokes Bluff at 4:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon following an illness of thirty days.

 

The funeral services will be conducted by Rev. Mr. McGowan at the Hokes Bluff Methodist Church. The burial followed in the Owens Cemetery in South Gadsden.

 

Survivors are the following sons and daughters: Fred M. Condray, Whittenburg, Tenn, C.D. Condray, Norfolk, VA., Harry Condray, China, Mrs. Ruth Carter, Chattanooga; Mrs James Whitaker, Elmyra, Ark.; Mrs Mark Jones, Sapulpa, Okla.

 

John W. Condray is a brother.

 

Sterling Condray was called Sterl. He farmed most of his life but ran a fruit stand in Gadsden for awhile. His granddaughter remembers him growing cotton and peanuts. He moved to Hikes Bluff and lived with his brother John until his death.

 

Notes for SUSAN FRANCES PENDERGRASS:

Married in Calhoun County, Alabama, by Rev. W.W. Coleman.

 

She died from pellagra.

Children of STERLING CONDRAY and SUSAN PENDERGRASS are:

i. DON5 CONDRAY, b. June 1890, Etowah County, Alabama.

81. ii. RUTH ANN CONDRAY, b. June 1893, Etowah County, Alabama; d. November 17, 1957, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

iii. FREDRICK M. CONDRAY, b. May 1881, Alabama; d. July 1960, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

 

Notes for FREDRICK M. CONDRAY:

Obituary from The Chattanooga Daily Times, August 1, 1960:

 

CONDRAY-FREDERICK M., age 81 of 1925 East 23rd St. passed away Friday afternoon in a local hospital. He is survived by two brothers, Harry B. Condray of Rouge (sic) River, Ore. and Charles Condray of Kansas; two sisters, Mrs. Mellie Mahle of Abilene, Tex., and Mrs. Jessie Jones of California, niece, Mrs. Andrew Massey of Chattanooga and several other nieces and nephews. Mrs. Condray was a member of Sapulpa Lodge No. 170, F&AM. Funeral services will be held at 9 p.m. Thursday from the East Chapel of the National Funeral Home, with Reverend A.L. Lowrance officiating. Interment will be in National Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Burton Dodd, Roy Johnson, Delmar Gilbert, Buddy Massey, Howard Cossett and Frank Marymen. The body is at the National Funeral Home's East Chapel.

 

Dorothy remembers him as being very kind and of small stature.

 

More About FREDRICK M. CONDRAY:

Burial: Chattanooga National Cemetery

 

82. iv. MELLIE LOU CONDRAY, b. December 06, 1884, Etowah County, Alabama; d. February 1965, Abilene, Taylor County, Texas.

83. v. JESSIE LEE CONDRAY, b. March 1887, Alabama; d. 1979, Sapulpa, Oklahoma.

vi. CHARLES DANIELS CONDRAY, b. May 07, 1896, Etowah County, Alabama; d. January 05, 1978, Leavenworth, Kansas.

 

Notes for CHARLES DANIELS CONDRAY:

Charles Daniels Condray was called C.D. He was wounded during WWI and was in and out of VA Hospitals most of his life. He was over six feet tall.

 

More About CHARLES DANIELS CONDRAY:

Burial: Leavenworth, Kansas National Cemetery

 

84. vii. HARRY BLANCO CONDRAY, b. February 25, 1899, Etowah County, Alabama; d. June 01, 1980, Jackson, Oregon.

 

 

26. WILLIAM ASA4 CONDRAY (AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born May 1872 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died in Etowah County, Alabama. He married ELLEN MARTHA SHEFFIELD September 07, 1893 in St. Clair County, Alabama. She was born February 1875 in Alabama, and died in Etowah County, Alabama.

Children of WILLIAM CONDRAY and ELLEN SHEFFIELD are:

i. GASTON5 CONDRAY, b. 1902, Etowah County, Alabama.

ii. RALPH CONDRAY, b. September 19, 1894, Etowah County, Alabama; d. July 1971, Garner, NC; m. MARGARET.

85. iii. MARGARET BESSIE CONDRAY, b. January 1898, Etowah County, Alabama.

86. iv. HAZEL CONDRAY, b. 1905, Etowah County, Alabama.

v. GRACE CONDRAY, b. February 1896, Etowah County, Alabama; m. JAMES HALE.

87. vi. MARVIN CONDRAY, SR., b. December 14, 1906, Etowah County, Alabama; d. November 1980, Bermingham, Alabama.

 

 

27. MARY L.(MOLLIE)4 CONDRAY (AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born 1858 in Hamilton County, Tennessee. She married ??? DAVIES.

Child of MARY CONDRAY and ??? DAVIES is:

i. JAMES G.5 DAVIES, b. 1879.

 

 

28. ELLEN RHODA4 CONDRAY (AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born March 03, 1868 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died February 15, 1918 in St. Clair County, Alabama (Palmeto Creek Buried at Hopewell Cemetery. She married OLIVER PERRY ELLIS BRANNON 1885 in Etowah County, Alabama. He was born October 1864 in Benton County, Alabama now Etowah County, and died December 12, 1907 in Etowah County, Alabama.

 

Notes for OLIVER PERRY ELLIS BRANNON:

SPECIAL TO THE BIRMINGHAM NEWS: Gadsden, Alabama December 13, 1907

Ellis Brannon, one of the best know citizens of Etowah County, walked off or fell of the little steamer "Dixie" near Fowlers Ferry, just below Gadsden, at four o'clock Thursday morning and was drowned. The boat brought the body back to Gadsden later in the day.

 

Mr. Brannon lived with the family on Palmeto Creek and was in the logging business. He had worked for the Kyle Lumber Company for twenty years and was an expert draftsman. Wednesday he came to town on the Dixie which towed up a raft for him and returned with the boat when it left here at 10 o'clock for another raft.

 

Mr. Brannon went to the engine room and sat down to talk to the engineer, John T. Warlick. They passed several hours together and at 4 o'clock Mr. Warlick started to some other section of the boat. Brannon arose and said that he believed that he would look after the raft. Mr. Warlick told him to remain where he was that the raft was alright. When Mr. Warlick was about to enter the engine room on his return he heard a Negro that was stationed on the upper deck yell. The boat was moved only about 200 feet and the men manned the boats and found Mr. Brannon floating on top of the water in the wake of the steamer. He had never sunk and this is considered a very strange and unusual feature of the case. It is generally believed that he died of heart disease from which he suffered before he fell into the water. There were no bruises on his body. He was 49 years of age.

 

SPECIAL TO THE BIRMINGHAM NEWS Dec. 14, 1907

CAN'T CLEAR MYSTERY OF BRANNON'S DEATH

GADSDEN, ALABAMA

The coroner's jury called to investigate the death of Ellis Brannon, supposed to have been drowned from the steamer Dixie Thursday morning brought in the following verdict : " We agree that the deceased came to his death from heart failure or some other cause , and that from the evidence before us we do not believe that he came to his death by strangulation or drowning." The belief that Mr. Brannon had met with foul play was so prevalent on Thursday morning that Judge Penn asked Coroner Woodliff to hold the inquest. It is not believed that drowning was the cause of death, but the exact cause cannot be ascertained. The witnesses told the same tale and the only evidence against the drowning theory was the statement of Dr. Appleton. He said that Mr. Brannon's stomach was absolutely free of water and that marks of violence before his death were found on his face. These were made by some sharp instrument or finger nails. There were bruises about the head that could have been made by a blunt instrument. The fact that Mr. Brannon's body floated on top of the water in the wake of the boat is the queerest thing about the case and no one has been found to explain it.

Children of ELLEN CONDRAY and OLIVER BRANNON are:

88. i. CLYDE A.5 BRANNON, b. June 18, 1885, Etowah County, Alabama; d. June 15, 1961, Etowah County, Alabama (Old Harmony Baptist Cemetery).

89. ii. VERNES RUPERT BRANNON, b. July 01, 1888, Etowah County, Alabama; d. St. Clair County, Alabama (Old Harmony Cemetery).

90. iii. REVIS AARON BRANNON I, b. January 06, 1890, St. Clair County, Alabama; d. October 02, 1976, Jackson, Hinds County, Mississippi.

iv. ISRAEL LONNIE BRANNON, b. July 1891, St. Clair County, Alabama; d. February 1947, Alabama.

v. DESMO E. BRANNON, b. July 03, 1894, St. Clair County, Alabama; d. April 28, 1949, Etowah County, Alabama (Hopewell Cemetery).

91. vi. VERA ANN BRANNON, b. April 13, 1899, St. Clair County, Alabama; d. April 26, 1983, Attalla, Alabama.

vii. MARY D. BRANNON, b. June 05, 1902; d. April 12, 1989, Childersburg, Alabama (Green Hill Gardens).

viii. UNNAMED INFANT BRANNON, b. May 1905.

 

 

29. JOHN A.4 JONES (ELIZABETH3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) He married SARAH UNKNOWN.

Children of JOHN JONES and SARAH UNKNOWN are:

i. DELPHA5 JONES.

ii. INEZ JONES.

iii. BENJAMIN JONES.

iv. PAUL JONES.

v. FRANK JONES.

vi. ELMER JONES.

 

 

30. LORING ARTHUR4 JONES (ELIZABETH3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) died Abt. 1930 in Anniston, Calhoun County County, Alabama. He married E.WILLIE A. PENDERGRASS June 21, 1885 in Calhoun County, Alabama, daughter of JOHN PENDERGRASS and DELPHIA RIDDLE. She was born July 26, 1867 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died 1960.

Child of LORING JONES and E.WILLIE PENDERGRASS is:

92. i. AUBREY REAGAN5 JONES, d. Bef. 1977, Alabama.

 

 

31. JAMES B.4 JONES (ELIZABETH3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born 1863 in Kentucky. He married (1) LILLIE LEWIS. He married (2) LETTIE BURNS.

Children of JAMES JONES and LILLIE LEWIS are:

i. ROY5 JONES.

ii. JESSE JONES.

 

Children of JAMES JONES and LETTIE BURNS are:

iii. GLADYS5 JONES.

iv. GRAHAM JONES.

v. GLENN JONES.

vi. CLARENCE JONES.

vii. LAWRENCE JONES.

 

 

32. JOHN A.4 JONES (ELIZABETH3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) He married SARAH UNKNOWN.

Children of JOHN JONES and SARAH UNKNOWN are:

i. DELPHIA5 JONES.

ii. BENJAMIN JONES.

 

 

33. WALTER LAWRENCE4 PENDERGRASS (ASA NATHANIEL3, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born July 12, 1877 in Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee, and died November 15, 1938 in Mobile, Alabama. He married LENA BARRY in Memphis, Tennessee. She was born July 1880 in Mississippi, and died July 1964 in Mobile, Alabama.

 

Notes for WALTER LAWRENCE PENDERGRASS:

Walter was a tailor in Memphis, Tennessee until 1915, when he moved to Mobile, Alabama, to be the superintendent of a clothing factory.

 

More About WALTER LAWRENCE PENDERGRASS:

Burial: Magnolia Cemetery

 

More About LENA BARRY:

Burial: Magnolia Cemetery

Children of WALTER PENDERGRASS and LENA BARRY are:

i. ASA N.5 PENDERGRASS, d. September 21, 1931, Mobile, Alabama.

ii. GLENN LOUISE PENDERGRASS, m. UNKNOWN STEINER.

iii. MARY BARRY PENDERGRASS, m. UNKNOWN REESE.

iv. WALTER LAWRENCE PENDERGRASS, JR..

93. v. ARCHIE WRIGHT PENDERGRASS, d. Jefferson County, Texas.

vi. HARRY HUTSELL PENDERGRASS, d. Port Arthur, Texas.

 

 

34. LEE EVINS4 PENDERGRASS (JOHN HOUSTON3, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born March 13, 1870 in Benton County, Alabama, and died January 12, 1940 in Anniston, Calhoun County County, Alabama.

Child of LEE EVINS PENDERGRASS is:

94. i. ROBERT LEE5 PENDERGRASS.

 

 

35. SUSAN FRANCES4 PENDERGRASS (JOHN HOUSTON3, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born August 08, 1859 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died May 01, 1916 in Etowah County, Alabama. She married STERLING STEPHEN CONDRAY August 07, 1880 in Calhoun County, Alabama, son of ISRAEL CONDRAY and AMANDA PENDERGRASS. He was born June 1862 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died November 01, 1928 in Etowah County, Alabama.

 

Notes for SUSAN FRANCES PENDERGRASS:

Married in Calhoun County, Alabama, by Rev. W.W. Coleman.

 

She died from pellagra.

 

Notes for STERLING STEPHEN CONDRAY:

THE GADSDEN TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1928

 

STERLING CONDRAY PASSES AWAY

 

Sterling Stephen Condray, 66 died at his home at Hokes Bluff at 4:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon following an illness of thirty days.

 

The funeral services will be conducted by Rev. Mr. McGowan at the Hokes Bluff Methodist Church. The burial followed in the Owens Cemetery in South Gadsden.

 

Survivors are the following sons and daughters: Fred M. Condray, Whittenburg, Tenn, C.D. Condray, Norfolk, VA., Harry Condray, China, Mrs. Ruth Carter, Chattanooga; Mrs James Whitaker, Elmyra, Ark.; Mrs Mark Jones, Sapulpa, Okla.

 

John W. Condray is a brother.

 

Sterling Condray was called Sterl. He farmed most of his life but ran a fruit stand in Gadsden for awhile. His granddaughter remembers him growing cotton and peanuts. He moved to Hikes Bluff and lived with his brother John until his death.

Children are listed above under (25) Sterling Stephen Condray.

 

36. MARY A.4 PENDERGRASS (JOHN HOUSTON3, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born March 22, 1857 in Hamilton County, Tennessee. She married JEFF SMITH.

Children of MARY PENDERGRASS and JEFF SMITH are:

i. GORDON EVINS5 SMITH.

ii. WILLIAM TERRY SMITH.

 

 

37. ROBERT DELOM4 PENDERGRASS (JOHN HOUSTON3, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born March 28, 1858 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died in Bosque County,Texas. He married ANNA UNKNOWN. She was born October 1862 in Alabama.

Children of ROBERT PENDERGRASS and ANNA UNKNOWN are:

i. TERRY5 PENDERGRASS, b. October 1881, Alabama.

ii. NANNIE PENDERGRASS, b. February 1883, Alabama.

 

 

38. E.WILLIE A.4 PENDERGRASS (JOHN HOUSTON3, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born July 26, 1867 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died 1960. She married LORING ARTHUR JONES June 21, 1885 in Calhoun County, Alabama, son of WILLIAM JONES and ELIZABETH PENDERGRASS. He died Abt. 1930 in Anniston, Calhoun County County, Alabama.

Child is listed above under (30) Loring Arthur Jones.

 

39. JOHN ASA4 PENDERGRASS (JOHN HOUSTON3, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born July 07, 1873 in St. Clair County, Alabama, and died September 21, 1935 in Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana. He married EMMA LOUISE HANNA November 15, 1907 in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, daughter of JOHN HANNA and MARY COKER. She was born September 22, 1878 in White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died August 10, 1964 in Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana.

Children of JOHN PENDERGRASS and EMMA HANNA are:

i. QDELOUS DELARN5 PENDERGRASS, b. June 09, 1898, St. Clair County, Alabama; d. May 12, 1976, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana; m. ANNIE MAUDE CARTER.

ii. WILLIE PENDERGRASS, b. December 18, 1902, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana; d. December 06, 1904, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

iii. INFANT PENDERGRASS, b. October 18, 1900, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana; d. May 23, 1902, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

iv. BESSIE M. PENDERGRASS, b. 1907, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

 

 

40. DELPHIA JANE4 POLAND (RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born February 19, 1845 in Benton County, Alabama, and died July 14, 1925 in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana. She married JAMES GUTHRIE TEMPLETON March 03, 1868 in Cleburne County, Alabama. He was born February 09, 1847 in Benton County, Alabama, and died November 06, 1935 in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

Children of DELPHIA POLAND and JAMES TEMPLETON are:

i. RHODA ANNE5 TEMPLETON, b. November 02, 1868, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. November 18, 1884, Calhoun County, Alabama.

95. ii. MYRA MELINDA TEMPLETON, b. September 25, 1871, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. June 14, 1960, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

iii. ADELIA TEMPLETON, b. May 30, 1873, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. May 07, 1913, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana; m. JOHN B. MOUNT, May 31, 1891, Calhoun County, Alabama.

iv. BETTY LEE TEMPLETON, b. June 08, 1877, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. December 10, 1940, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

96. v. CARRIE LOU TEMPLETON, b. May 07, 1879, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. November 06, 1966, Calhoun County, Alabama.

97. vi. JOHN OSGOOD TEMPLETON, b. November 30, 1882, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. October 30, 1966, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

vii. SAMUEL GORDON TEMPLETON, b. November 11, 1885, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. November 11, 1885, Calhoun County, Alabama.

viii. DELPHIA L. TEMPLETON.

 

 

41. MILO P.4 POLAND (RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born April 16, 1849 in Benton County, Alabama, and died April 15, 1932 in Calhoun County, Alabama. He married LUCY M. WARD December 11, 1872 in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Children of MILO POLAND and LUCY WARD are:

98. i. LIZZIE5 POLAND, b. 1873, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. 1961, Calhoun County, Alabama.

ii. CARRIE POLAND.

iii. MINNIE PARILEE POLAND.

99. iv. MURA A. POLAND, b. August 27, 1887, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. August 30, 1976, Calhoun County, Alabama.

v. MARION PINKNEY POLAND, b. 1879, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. 1965, Calhoun County, Alabama; m. LUCY ANGEL, Calhoun County, Alabama.

vi. DAUGHTER POLAND.

vii. JOHN GASTON POLAND.

100. viii. MAUD POLAND, b. May 22, 1889, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. June 18, 1959, Calhoun County, Alabama.

101. ix. COKE WILLIAMS POLAND, b. April 18, 1885, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. March 28, 1963, Calhoun County, Alabama.

102. x. BYRON WATSON POLAND, b. February 26, 1897, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. December 20, 1976, Calhoun County, Alabama.

103. xi. NANNIE VIOLA POLAND, b. June 13, 1891, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. December 09, 1971, Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

 

42. NANCY CORDELIA4 POLAND (RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 1846 in Benton County, Alabama, and died Aft. 1880 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She married JEFFERSON D. FORSYTHE 1874 in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Children of NANCY POLAND and JEFFERSON FORSYTHE are:

i. RHODA C.5 FORSYTHE, b. 1875, Calhoun County, Alabama.

ii. CHARLES A. FORSYTHE, b. 1876, Calhoun County, Alabama.

iii. SARAH F. FORSYTHE, b. 1877, Calhoun County, Alabama.

iv. SAM F. FORSYTHE, b. 1879, Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

 

43. HELEN SABRINA4 POLAND (RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born March 06, 1851 in Benton County, Alabama, and died November 29, 1931 in Hico, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana. She married (1) F.L. FORSYTHE 1870 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She married (2) JOHN MILTON KAY, SR. 1881.

Children of HELEN POLAND and F.L. FORSYTHE are:

i. DELPHIA5 FORSYTHE, b. January 15, 1873, Calhoun County, Alabama.

ii. WOODFORD MILOE FORSYTHE, b. January 02, 1875.

 

Children of HELEN POLAND and JOHN KAY are:

iii. LILLIAN5 KAY, b. Calhoun County, Alabama.

iv. ANNA KAY, b. Calhoun County, Alabama; m. M.L. FULLER, 1911, Louisiana.

104. v. JOHN MILTON KAY, JR., b. November 24, 1882, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. September 11, 1959, Louisiana.

 

 

44. MARIAN FRANCES4 POLAND (RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born November 11, 1857 in Benton County, Alabama, and died March 29, 1937 in Choudrant, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana. She married WILLIAM HENRY BRITT.

Children of MARIAN POLAND and WILLIAM BRITT are:

i. JOHN TERRY5 BRITT, b. May 31, 1897; d. May 09, 1936, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana; m. GERTRUDE OWENS.

ii. ROSA BRITT, b. April 05, 1885; m. W.T. COLVIN, December 20, 1903, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

iii. CALVIN LEE BRITT, b. Calhoun County, Alabama; m. SALLIE JARMON, 1918, Louisiana.

iv. MINNIE BRITT, b. Calhoun County, Alabama; m. TOM DIGGERS, 1913, Louisiana.

v. LILLIE BRITT, m. (1) J.F. TANNER; m. (2) UNKNOWN HOAG.

 

 

45. THOMAS LEE4 POLAND (RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born May 20, 1864 in Benton County, Alabama, and died November 04, 1935 in Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana. He married MARGARET BANNISTER in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

Children of THOMAS POLAND and MARGARET BANNISTER are:

105. i. ROBERT FRANKLIN5 POLAND, b. July 04, 1888, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. July 05, 1944, Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana.

106. ii. ANNIE LEE POLAND, b. March 16, 1892; d. September 30, 1962, Bernice, Louisiana.

107. iii. LEE A. POLAND, b. March 16, 1892.

108. iv. JESSE JAMES POLAND, b. March 08, 1895; d. November 18, 1961, Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana.

v. W. NEWT POLAND, b. 1896, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana; m. CASEY HANKS, 1914, Louisiana.

109. vi. ALLIE POLAND, b. April 12, 1900.

 

 

46. RHODA4 POLAND (RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 1865 in Benton County, Alabama, and died 1918 in Alabama. She married JAMES STORY in Alabama.

Children of RHODA POLAND and JAMES STORY are:

i. GAYLON5 STORY, b. Alabama.

ii. ELLEN STORY, b. Alabama.

 

 

47. ROBERT ALEXANDER4 POLAND (RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born January 17, 1868 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died March 27, 1941 in Calhoun County, Alabama. He married SARAH SUSAN COLEMAN April 1892 in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Children of ROBERT POLAND and SARAH COLEMAN are:

110. i. JODIE GENEVA5 POLAND, b. January 17, 1894, Calhoun County, Alabama.

111. ii. IVA ANN POLAND, b. August 12, 1896, Alabama; d. December 25, 1965, Alabama.

112. iii. MYRTLE CAROLINE POLAND, b. January 20, 1898, Alabama.

113. iv. WOODIE ROBERT POLAND, b. September 20, 1900, Alabama.

114. v. DANIEL DOUGLAS POLAND, b. March 22, 1902, Alabama; d. 1968, Alabama.

vi. SAMUEL SIDNEY POLAND, b. 1904, Alabama; d. 1968, Alabama; m. BESSIE BROOKS.

115. vii. GRACE FAYE POLAND, b. April 09, 1907, Alabama.

116. viii. JAMES EDMON POLAND, b. April 17, 1910, Alabama.

ix. ROBERT LEE POLAND, b. September 18, 1913, Alabama; m. MARIE UPCHURCH, December 24, 1960, Alabama.

117. x. WILLIAM CONDON POLAND, b. December 17, 1916, Alabama.

 

 

48. CHARLES ALEXANDER4 HANNA (ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born March 06, 1877 in White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died 1960. He married BERTHA COX February 24, 1912 in Memphis, Tennessee. She was born May 06, 1894 in Memphis, Tennessee.

Children of CHARLES HANNA and BERTHA COX are:

118. i. ALVIN TERRY5 HANNA, SR., b. August 21, 1913, Memphis, Tennessee.

119. ii. DOROTHY VIRGINIA HANNA, b. December 04, 1929.

iii. MARTHA FRANCES HANNA, b. June 21, 1915; m. L.B. GOOD.

 

 

49. BERTHA P.4 HANNA (ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 1866 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died Aft. 1910 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She married GEORGE PETERSON November 09, 1895 in Calhoun County, Alabama. He was born 1865 in Deleware.

Children of BERTHA HANNA and GEORGE PETERSON are:

i. MARY FRANCES5 PETERSON, b. Abt. 1900; m. UNKNOWN HALL.

ii. BERTIE PETERSON, m. DON MILLER.

iii. HERBERT W. PETERSON, b. Abt. 1901.

iv. PATSY PETERSON, m. W. EUGENE DEERE.

 

 

50. FRANCES H.4 HANNA (ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born September 1867 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died Aft. 1892 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She married J. W. DAVIS June 10, 1891 in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Child of FRANCES HANNA and J. DAVIS is:

i. CASSIE CARRIE5 DAVIS, b. March 1892.

 

 

51. LULA ELIZABETH4 HANNA (ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 1870 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She married ALEXANDER JONES in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Children of LULA HANNA and ALEXANDER JONES are:

120. i. HOWARD M.5 JONES, b. Abt. 1890, Piedmont, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. January 22, 1974.

ii. MILDRED JONES, b. Alabama.

121. iii. LENA JONES, b. Alabama.

iv. LAMAR G. JONES.

v. LOIS JONES, m. UNKNOWN INGRAM.

vi. LORETTA JONES, m. E.L. OLSON.

122. vii. HARRY A. JONES, SR..

123. viii. EDNA JONES.

 

 

52. EDWARD NEWTON4 HANNA (ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born February 28, 1875 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died July 06, 1947 in Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama. He married LUCY MATILDA SMITH April 16, 1899 in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Children of EDWARD HANNA and LUCY SMITH are:

124. i. GLADEUS S.5 HANNA.

ii. ERNEST HANNA, b. June 30, 1906, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. Aft. 1981, Talladega, Alabama; m. GERRI UNKNOWN.

 

 

53. ALTHEA BEATRICE ELLA4 HANNA (ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 1879 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She married (1) JOHN E. SHIVLER. She married (2) UNKNOWN WALKER.

Children of ALTHEA HANNA and JOHN SHIVLER are:

i. JOHN E.5 SHIVLER, JR..

ii. CHARLES SHIVLER.

iii. THOMAS ALLEN SHIVLER.

 

 

54. NORA4 HANNA (ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) She married (1) UNKNOWN HAMILTON. She married (2) A.F. NUNNELY.

Children of NORA HANNA and UNKNOWN HAMILTON are:

i. WALKER P.5 HAMILTON.

ii. RUSSELL HAMILTON.

 

Child of NORA HANNA and A.F. NUNNELY is:

iii. HANNAH CATHERINE5 NUNNELY, m. JOHN F. CAMP.

 

 

55. TERRY D.4 HANNA, SR. (ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born June 1888 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died June 19, 1956 in Alabama. He married (1) CLARA OWENS. He married (2) LINNIE P. HORNE.

Children of TERRY HANNA and CLARA OWENS are:

125. i. MILDRED PAULINE5 HANNA, d. February 1981, Memphis, Tennessee.

126. ii. MARY RUTH HANNA.

 

Children of TERRY HANNA and LINNIE HORNE are:

127. iii. TERRY D.5 HANNA, JR..

iv. MARY RUTH HANNA, m. EDWARD E. SISK.

 

 

56. ROBERT LEE4 HANNA (ROBERT M.3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born November 1868 in Livingston, Polk County, Texas, and died October 04, 1935 in Hall Summit, Red River, Louisiana. He married LETTY SLUDIE MURRY October 03, 1887 in Alabama. She was born November 29, 1868 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died August 14, 1942 in Hall Summit, Red River Parish, Louisiana.

 

Notes for ROBERT LEE HANNA:

He grew up in Alabama. He was a farmer. He and his family Lincoln Parish, Louisiana where he built a cotton gin in Dubach. He was an accomplished woodworker and built futniture after he moved the family to Hall Summit in the 1930s. He died of a heart attack while sitting on his front porch reading his bible.

 

More About ROBERT LEE HANNA:

Burial: October 06, 1935, Social Springs, Hall Summit, Louisiana

Children of ROBERT HANNA and LETTY MURRY are:

128. i. CLAIBORNE M.5 HANNA, b. March 17, 1910, Hico, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana; d. March 06, 1970, Nederland, Jefferson County, Texas.

129. ii. ROBERT BARNEY HANNA, SR., b. December 20, 1889, Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama; d. August 26, 1959, Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana.

130. iii. THOMAS LEE HANNA, b. March 27, 1892, Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama; d. January 12, 1948, Hall Summit, Red River, Louisiana.

131. iv. WILLIAM SCOTT HANNA, b. July 1894, Chosea Springs, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. December 10, 1942, Elm Grove, Bossier Parish, Louisiana.

v. J. B. HANNA, b. 1896, Chosea Springs, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. 1896, Chosea Springs, Calhoun County, Alabama.

132. vi. MARK HANNA, b. January 27, 1897, Chosea Springs, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. November 13, 1967, Gladewater, Gregg County, Texas.

133. vii. WOODFORD WORTH HANNA, b. October 13, 1900, Chosea Springs, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. June 15, 1952, Lake Charles, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana.

134. viii. GRACE HANNA, b. February 14, 1904, Chosea Springs, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. August 15, 1955, Hall Summit, Red River, Louisiana.

135. ix. GENEVA HANNA, b. 1906, Hico, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana; d. December 11, 1990, Virginia Beach, Hampton County, Virginia.

136. x. JOHN HANNA, b. Hico, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana; d. Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

 

 

57. DELPHIA E.4 HANNA (ROBERT M.3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 1860 in Oxford, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died 1885 in Chosea Springs, Calhoun County, Alabama. She married W.E. PAYNE January 26, 1879 in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Child of DELPHIA HANNA and W.E. PAYNE is:

137. i. JOHN R. PAYNE5 HANNA, b. 1880, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. Athens, Webster Parish, Louisiana.

 

 

58. WOODFORD HENRY4 HANNA (ROBERT M.3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born October 23, 1869 in Livingston, Polk County, Texas, and died January 29, 1935 in Calhoun County, Alabama. He married EVIE M. COOK December 17, 1891 in Cleburne County, Alabama. She was born January 06, 1874 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died January 03, 1905 in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Children of WOODFORD HANNA and EVIE COOK are:

i. ADOLPHUS L.5 HANNA, b. 1892, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. 1893, Calhoun County, Alabama.

138. ii. HATTIE LEE HANNA, b. June 11, 1894, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. March 04, 1974, Calhoun County, Alabama.

iii. ALMA L. HANNA, b. 1895, Calhoun County, Alabama.

iv. EBA EDGAR HANNA, b. January 20, 1897, Calhoun County, Alabama.

v. BUENA VISTA HANNA, b. August 1898, Calhoun County, Alabama.

vi. ROBERT W. HANNA, b. February 25, 1902, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. May 09, 1923, Centre, Alabama.

 

 

59. EMMA LOUISE4 HANNA (JOHN WILEY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born September 22, 1878 in White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died August 10, 1964 in Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana. She married JOHN ASA PENDERGRASS November 15, 1907 in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, son of JOHN PENDERGRASS and DELPHIA RIDDLE. He was born July 07, 1873 in St. Clair County, Alabama, and died September 21, 1935 in Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana.

Children are listed above under (39) John Asa Pendergrass.

 

60. WOODFORD LUTHER4 HANNA (JOHN WILEY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born November 29, 1857 in White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died August 12, 1908 in Eros, Jackson Parish, Louisiana. He married DOLL COLEMAN. She was born 1878 in Alabama.

Children of WOODFORD HANNA and DOLL COLEMAN are:

i. JOHN5 HANNA, b. 1895.

ii. MARY HANNA, b. 1897.

iii. BEULAH HANNA, b. October 1899.

iv. GRACIE HANNA, b. 1903.

139. v. WOODFORD LUTHER HANNA, JR., b. 1907, Jacjson Parish, Louisiana.

 

 

61. MARY WILEY4 HANNA (JOHN WILEY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born December 26, 1863 in White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died January 28, 1960 in Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana. She married (1) ADOLPHUS P. FOSTER. He was born 1856 in Alabama, and died 1933 in Dubach, Licoln Parish, Louisiana. She married (2) ALEX BUSBY.

Children of MARY HANNA and ADOLPHUS FOSTER are:

i. JOHN A.5 FOSTER, b. 1894.

ii. EULA H. FOSTER, b. 1901.

 

 

62. WILLIAM ALEXANDER4 HANNA (JOHN WILEY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born March 18, 1870 in White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died May 30, 1950 in Clifton, Bosque County, Texas. He married IDA J. KINNEY. She was born April 19, 1874 in Alabama, and died December 14, 1964 in Clifton, Bosque County, Texas.

Children of WILLIAM HANNA and IDA KINNEY are:

i. DAISY5 HANNA, b. 1895.

ii. JAMES WYLIE HANNA, b. October 1899.

iii. JOSEPHINE HANNA, b. 1907.

 

 

63. MARY FRANCIS4 HANNA (JOHN WILEY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born October 25, 1874 in White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died February 13, 1949 in Erath County, Texas. She married WALTER FRANCIS HALLMARK 1892. He was born 1873 in Alabama, and died in Erath County, Texas.

Children of MARY HANNA and WALTER HALLMARK are:

i. JOHN BELTON5 HALLMARK, b. September 02, 1892.

ii. MARY E. HALLMARK, b. 1894.

iii. LEONA I. HALLMARK, b. 1894.

iv. BERTIE J. HALLMARK, b. 1896.

v. MINNIE R. HALLMARK, b. 1898.

vi. RUTH J. HALLMARK, b. 1900.

vii. WALLACE ELLIS HALLMARK, b. April 04, 1902.

viii. ELMORE WILLIE HALLMARK, b. July 30, 1904.

ix. RUBY L. HALLMARK, b. October 05, 1906.

x. GEORGE TAFT HALLMARK, b. May 18, 1909.

 

 

64. BETTY LEE4 HANNA (JOHN WILEY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born March 04, 1877 in White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died March 18, 1936 in White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama. She married BENJAMIN F. COLEMAN. He was born 1877 in Alabama.

Children of BETTY HANNA and BENJAMIN COLEMAN are:

i. CHARLES5 COLEMAN, b. 1897.

ii. LAURA COLEMAN, b. 1899.

iii. FORNEY COLEMAN, b. 1901.

iv. MARY COLEMAN, b. 1908.

 

 

65. JEFFERSON DAVIS4 HENDERSON (MARYANN ELIZABETH3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born June 1861 in Benton County, Alabama, and died in Texas. He married ADA S. KINNEY October 14, 1883 in Bosque County, Texas. She was born April 1866 in Illinois.

Children of JEFFERSON HENDERSON and ADA KINNEY are:

i. MARGARET O.5 HENDERSON, b. August 1884.

ii. JAMES B. HENDERSON, b. March 1886.

iii. HARRY L. HENDERSON, b. May 1891.

iv. MILTON M. HENDERSON, b. January 1896.

v. THOMAS J. HENDERSON, b. October 1899.

 

 

66. DELPHIA ANGELINE4 HENDERSON (MARYANN ELIZABETH3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born October 17, 1867 in White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died March 01, 1891 in Iredell, Bosque County, Texas. She married J. A. HANNA September 18, 1883 in Bosque County, Texas.

 

Notes for J. A. HANNA:

Son of. John Sevier Hanna. This couple is cousins.

Children of DELPHIA HENDERSON and J. HANNA are:

i. JAMES J.5 HANNA, b. July 1885.

ii. BESSIE D. HANNA, b. September 1888.

 

 

67. SAMUEL WOODFORD4 HENDERSON (MARYANN ELIZABETH3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born January 1872 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died Aft. 1900 in Texas. He married WILLIE UNKNOWN in Bosque County, Texas.

Child of SAMUEL HENDERSON and WILLIE UNKNOWN is:

i. LORENA W.5 HENDERSON, b. December 1898.

 

 

68. JOE TERRY4 HANNA (WOODFORD VALENTINE3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born October 19, 1876 in White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died August 01, 1944 in Farwell, Parmer County, Texas. He married ISIS ORA MCGUIRE June 08, 1902 in Seymour, Baylor County, Texas. She was born May 11, 1884 in Seymore, Baylor County, Texas, and died July 12, 1952 in Clovis, Curry County, New Mexico.

 

More About JOE TERRY HANNA:

Burial: Oklahoma Lane Cemetery, Farwell, Texas

Children of JOE HANNA and ISIS MCGUIRE are:

140. i. ALTA ORA5 HANNA, b. January 05, 1903, Seymore, Baylor County, Texas; d. July 12, 1952, Clovis, Curry County, New Mexico.

ii. EULA MAE HANNA, b. September 01, 1904, Vera, Knox County, Texas; d. September 13, 1905, Vera, Knox County, Texas.

 

More About EULA MAE HANNA:

Burial: Henson Cemetery

 

141. iii. JAMES ALLEN HANNA, b. January 02, 1906, Vera, Knox County, Texas; d. June 01, 1951, Seymore, Baylor County, Texas.

142. iv. WILLIE COLLIER HANNA, b. September 28, 1907, Vera, Knox County, Texas; d. April 16, 1970, Lubbock, Texas.

143. v. EDWARD EARL HANNA, b. January 01, 1910, Vera, Knox County, Texas; d. December 24, 1970, Las Cruces, New Mexico.

144. vi. VERDA LEONA HANNA, b. November 11, 1911, Vera, Knox County, Texas; d. November 09, 1959, Clovis, Curry County, New Mexico.

vii. VERA LORRAINE HANNA, b. February 20, 1914, Red Springs, Knox County, Texas; m. NEAL J. MINER, May 03, 1952, El Paso, Texas.

145. viii. GENEVA ARLENE HANNA, b. July 29, 1916, Vera, Knox County, Texas.

146. ix. MALCOM WADE HANNA, b. October 03, 1921, Vera, Knox County, Texas.

 

 

69. MABRY ALLEN4 HANNA (WOODFORD VALENTINE3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born July 04, 1878 in White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died July 09, 1930 in San Antonia, Bexer County, Texas. He married MARY ELIZABETH TRIPP June 06, 1906 in Macdona, Texas. She was born October 09, 1889 in Macdona, Texas, and died August 10, 1952 in Atascosa, Texas.

Children of MABRY HANNA and MARY TRIPP are:

147. i. MABLE ALIENE5 HANNA, b. April 20, 1907, Macdona, Texas; d. 1984, San Antonio, Bexer County, Texas.

148. ii. MARIE THEODORA HANNA, b. August 26, 1908, Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas.

149. iii. MARK WOODROW HANNA, b. September 11, 1912, Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas; d. September 14, 1971, San Antonio, Bexter County, Texas.

 

 

70. JOHN COLLIER4 HANNA (WOODFORD VALENTINE3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born January 01, 1880 in White Plains, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died December 27, 1947 in Wichita Falls, Texas. He married ORA NICHOLS. She was born November 10, 1889 in Texas, and died May 13, 1925 in Seymore, Baylor County, Texas.

Child of JOHN HANNA and ORA NICHOLS is:

i. RUTH5 HANNA, b. April 14, 1912, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; m. UNKNOWN BURKHART.

 

Notes for RUTH HANNA:

Ruth was adopted.

 

 

71. JOHN THOMAS4 HARDEGREE (AMANDA J.3 HANNA, JOHN SEVIER2, JOHN1) was born March 01, 1875 in Texas, and died 1933 in Winters, Runnels County, Texas. He married MINNIE ALICE BALDWIN.

Children of JOHN HARDEGREE and MINNIE BALDWIN are:

i. HERBERT5 HARDEGREE, b. May 1898, Runnels County, Texas.

ii. ODIE HARDEGREE, b. December 1899, Runnels County, Texas.

iii. GLADDIS HARDEGREE, b. 1902, Runnels County, Texas.

iv. KYLE HARDEGREE, b. 1903, Runnels County, Texas.

v. MONTIE HARDEGREE, b. 1906, Runnels County, Texas.

vi. JUDSON HARDEGREE, b. 1908, Runnels County, Texas.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

72. NORA BERNICE5 CONDRAY (JOHN WOODFORD4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born May 22, 1903 in Etowah County, Alabama Walnut Grove, and died June 22, 1985 in Duluth, Georgia. She married ROSS GILLILAND CLAY April 25, 1931 in Gadsden, Al. He was born October 05, 1885 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died March 29, 1962 in Etowah County, Alabama near Attalla, AL.

 

Notes for NORA BERNICE CONDRAY:

Nora was the middle child of eleven. After she finished nursing school she returned home to help with the rearing of her brothers and sisters. All of the older children were married when her mother died so she kept the family together at the home place in Hokes Bluff until she married. When she married she took Guy to live with her, Roberta went to live with Lura, and Durwood lived with Mollie. Gene had already married at this point in time. Winnie was widowed and she and Louise also lived at the home and Winnie worked as a telephone operator. Nora was a very frugal person. Family jokes include the family sitting down to biscuits and gravy because she had sold the eggs. She owned and operated two grocery stores and service stations. She was a strict disciplinarian like her father. The only emotion that she would ever display was anger. I never saw my mother cry. She loved her family and always helped care for the sick. She was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and colon cancer however she died from complications from a broken hip.

Obituary the Gadsden Times June 23, 1985

MRS. CLAY

Mrs. Nora Condray Clay, 82, Duluth, Ga., formally of Hokes Bluff, died Saturday. Survivors: Daughter, Miss Libby Clay Duluth. Nash Funeral Home, Duluth, directing. The funeral will be Monday at 10 A.M. (CDT) at Duluth First United Methodist Church with the Rev. J. Harvey West and Dr. G. Michael Carroll officiating. Grave side services will be held at 4 P.M. at Forrest Cemetery. Other survivors: sisters, Mrs. Melvin Roper, Gadsden, Mrs. J.D. Handy Hokes Bluff; brothers, Gene Condray, Hokes Bluff, Guy Condray, Gadsden. Mrs. Clay was a member of the Eastern Star and Rebeka Lodge in Hokes Bluff and the Central United Methodist Church in Gadsden.

 

I believe that she was a lot like her father. He almost always let her go with him to take the cotton to gin because the boys would play on the cotton on the wagon and he didn't like that. She said that she would sit up front on the wagon with her father and talk to him and she always got a candy bar on the way home.

 

More About NORA BERNICE CONDRAY:

Burial: June 24, 1985, Forrest Cemetery, Gadsden, Alabama

 

Notes for ROSS GILLILAND CLAY:

THE GADSDEN TIMES March 30, 1962

ROSS GILLILAND CLAY

Ross Gilliland Clay, 76, 323 Fayette Street, Attalla, died yesterday at 8:05 P.M. at his residence following a long illness. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 11 A.M. in Collier-Butler Chapel with the Revs. J.P. West and Jimmie Waters officiating. Burial will follow in Forest Cemetery, Collier-Butler Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Active pallbearers will be Aubrey Watkins, George Flanagan, Dewey Colvin, Tommie Roberts, Ray Collins, Ed Lasseter, J.C. Brasseal and C.E. Clark. Honorary pallbearers will be V.B. Little, Joe Wood, Charlie Kelly, J.W. Godfrey, Grover Gilliland, Luther Whitt and all personal friends. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nora Condray Clay; three daughters, Mrs. Paul Thompson and Mrs. Truman Smith, both of Birmingham, and Miss Libby Clay, Attalla; four grandchildren and four great grandchildren. A native and lifelong resident of Etowah County, Mr. Clay formally operated Clay's Grocery and was employed by the City of Attalla until his retirement. He was a member of the Sibert Methodist Church. The body will remain at Collier-Butler through the hour of service.

 

Ross Clay had a beautiful tenor voice, played the piano, and taught music. He was intrigued with minerals and mining and mined for many years. He was a hard worker. His wife once Said that he would work if it cost him money.

 

He was a kind and gentle man, an excellent father, and a good husband. He was a man of impeccable character. He was a very intelligent man and was well read.

 

He was a small but very strong man. He was five feet six inches, weighed 140 pounds, blue eyes, and fair complected.

 

When he started school his mother had already taught him his ABCs. After recess on the first day of school the teacher rang the bell for the children to come back in. Everyone went in except Ross. The teacher called to him and asked him wasn't he coming in and he replied that he didn't see any need because he already knew it all.

 

More About ROSS GILLILAND CLAY:

Burial: March 31, 1962, Forrest Cemetery, Gadsden, Alabama

Child of NORA CONDRAY and ROSS CLAY is:

i. BERNICE ELIZABETH (LIBBY)6 CLAY, b. December 21, 1939, Gadsden, Alabama (Baptist Hospital).

 

Notes for BERNICE ELIZABETH (LIBBY) CLAY:

Libby Clay was privileged to have Ross and Nora Clay for parents. They gave her everything that she needed and almost everything she wanted. She was sent to school in the city because they did not feel that she would get as good an education in the close by rural school. She rode a Greyhound bus to school every day for six years.

 

She graduated Etowah County High School in 1958, where she was a member of many clubs and the marching and concert band. She made All State Band for three years and earned the first chair in the trumpet solo section two years.

 

She attended Jacksonville State College even though she had a musical scholarship to Auburn. Her father bought her a new car to bribe her to go to Jacksonville. His mother was in the first graduating class at Jacksonville and her older half sister also went to Jacksonville.

 

She earned her Masters by going to school at night while she worked. She worked at Scientific-Atlanta for twenty eight years and was the first woman in a managerial position. She was very active in promoting women's rights.

 

She is a Yellow Dog Democrat and a bleeding heart liberal and wears her badge of honor proudly. She was a member of the Peanut Brigade in the successful candidacy of Jimmy Carter for the Presidency. She worked in many Democratic Campaigns and worked in the Clinton Gore Campaign in 1992. She attended the Inaugural Ball, and had reserved seats for the swearing in and the parade.

 

She is a member of the Democratic National Committee, The Executive Committee of the Georgia Democratic Party, the Executive Committee of the Gwinnett Democratic Party, a Director of the Georgia Federation of Democratic Women, and a past president of the Gwinnett Federation of Democratic Women. She is a member of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution and an amateur genealogist where she belongs to the Northeast Alabama Genealogy Society. She is a life long Methodist. Her idea of a good vacation is visiting historical sites. She also belongs to Habitat for Humanity and the Carter Center.

 

More About BERNICE ELIZABETH (LIBBY) CLAY:

Burial: Forrest Cemetery, Gadsden, Alabama

 

 

73. AARON IRAS5 CONDRAY (JOHN WOODFORD4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born March 07, 1893 in Walnut Grove, Alabama, and died January 02, 1943 in Gadsden, Alabama. He married MEREA YAIKOW. She was born January 20, 1900, and died March 26, 1994 in Gadsden, Alabama.

 

Notes for AARON IRAS CONDRAY:

Aaron Condray served the United States of America during WW1 where he received severe injuries from mustard gas. After his return from the war he attended the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. Upon his graduation he returned to Etowah County where he was a successful merchant. He died in 1943 from liver cancer. He was interred at Forrest Cemetery, Gadsden, Alabama, where he received full military honors, Masonic rites and Christian rites. His wife Merea sold the department store and opened a ladies dress shop called Merea's. She ran this business until she retired.

 

Front Page, The Gadsden Times Gadsden, Alabama January 3, 1943

 

AARON CONDRAY'S RITES SET TODAY

 

PROMINENT LEGIONNAIRE, BUSINESS MAN, DIED AT ALABAMA CITY HOME

 

Aaron Condray, 49, prominent business man, World War I veteran and Legionnaire, of Alabama City died yesterday morning at his home 918 Sansom Avenue after an illness of nine months.

 

Mr. Condray had been associated in the mercantile business in Gadsden and Alabama City for the past 17 years and for the past six years he had operated his own store, the Home Clothing Co., in Alabama City.

 

For a time he was connected with the Frank Duncan Department Store and the Farley Clothing Co., in Gadsden. He was also connected with Sterchi Brothers Stores and the O'Rear Furniture Co., for a time.

 

SERVED OVERSEAS IN WAR

 

He served overseas in World War I and has been active in American Legion activities for years. He was a member of the Eleventh Street Methodist Church and Alabama City Post No. 46, American Legion.

 

He was also a Mason, member of the Hokes Bluff Lodge.

 

Surviving him are his wife, Mrs. Merea Condray: a daughter, Miss Katherine Condray of Alabama City; five sisters, Mrs. J.D. Handy and Mrs J.W. Godfrey of Hokes Bluff, Mrs Winnie Davis and Mrs H.M. Roper of Gadsden, and Mrs. R.G. Clay of Attalla; and five brothers, Sgt. D.B. Condray of US Army in Canada, and I.W. Condray, Ben, Eugene, and Guy Condray all of Hokes Bluff.

 

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Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Eleventh Street Methodist Church conducted by the pastor, Dr. J.S. Eddins, assisted by the Rev. H.P. Waits, pastor of the Methodist Church of Alabama City.

 

Burial will follow in Forrest Cemetery, where both the Masonic Lodge and the American Legion will conduct rites at the grave. Brown-Service is in charge of arrangements.

 

Active pallbearers will be Lee Spradline, Eulice McClendon, Jim Matthews, J.C. Vinyard, J.B. Hallmark, Dewey F. Smith, J.B. Scarbrough and Ulysses Norton.

 

Honorary pallbearers will be Wallace McNair, Dr. A.W. Ralls, Dr. C.B. Barfoot, Dr. F.W. McCorkle, Tom Brown, Fred Bloodworth, W.E. Hockingsmith, L.A. Clayton, Sam Block, Eugene Buffington. John I. Smith, Tom Smith, R.M. Smith, Henry Smith, A.W. McClendon, Loyd Cook, Gordon Cantrell, J.T. Gray, Dave Klotzman, I.A. Mandelcorn, M.L. Stockley, C.W. Hackett, and T.C. Smith.

 

Arthur Berman, I. Phillipson, J.B. Smith, Ed Joyner, L.L. Nelson, K.S. Butler, Fred Gallant, Abe Gaddis, Gill Martin, Tom Sansom, Tom Stinson, H.J. Moore, and members of Post No. 5 and 46 of the American Legion.

 

ETOWAH POST NO. 5 TO FURNISH ESCORT.

 

Notes for MEREA YAIKOW:

THE GADSDEN TIMES MARCH 27, 1994

Condray, Merea

Graveside services will be at 11:30 A.M. Monday at Forrest Cemetery for Merea Condray, 94, Gadsden, who died Saturday, March 26, 1994. The Revs. Clark Pope and Bruce Cornutt will officiate. Collier-Butler Funeral Home is in charge. Mrs. Condray was a member of Central United Methodist Church and Circle 2 at her church. She was a member of the American Business Womens Association, where she held several offices and was Woman of the Year. She was the owner of Merea's Fashion Shop. She is survived by her daughter, Katherine Smith, Gadsden; son-in-law, Ralph R. Smith; granddaughter Kay Smith Densmore, Gadsden; great grandson Robert Densmore, Gadsden; sisters-in-law, Lura Roper, Roberta Handy, Troy Condray, and Willa Condray; and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers will be Bob Logan, Rip Reagan, Sonny Rary, Ray McCulley, Jan Stowers, Johnny and Pat Gallagher. Special thanks to the staff at Gadsden Health Care. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 this evening at the funeral home.

 

The Gadsden Times

 

Mrs. Condray Woman of the Year

 

Mrs. Merea Condray was voted Woman of the Year by Gadsden Charter Chapter, of the American Business Women's Association at their regular meeting.

 

Annually, each ABWA chapter selects one of its members for this award. The extent of interest such as educational, community, and character building areas plus the progress the member has made in her chosen field most of her life. She worked at S.H. Kress Company as a sales clerk. Later she and her husband owned and operated Home Clothing Company until his death. She was employed by J.C. Penney Company and then owned and operated Merea;s Fashion Shop for a number of years. She is now employed at Red Robin Gift and Florist.

 

As the candidate of Gadsden Charter Chapter, Mrs. Condray is entered in the competition for the national title "American Business Woman of the Year". Announcement of the winner will be made at the National Convention of the Association being held in Anaheim, California, October 22,23,24, 1971.

Child of AARON CONDRAY and MEREA YAIKOW is:

150. i. KATHERINE6 CONDRAY, b. December 13, 1922, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; d. February 28, 1997, Gasden, Alabama.

 

 

74. ISRAEL WILLIAM5 CONDRAY (JOHN WOODFORD4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born September 15, 1894 in Walnut Grove, Alabama, and died June 1975 in Gadsden, Alabama. He married HASSIE ADKINS 1927 in Etowah County, Alabama. She was born November 1899 in Etowah County, Alabama, and died February 19, 1987 in Gadsden, Alabama.

 

Notes for ISRAEL WILLIAM CONDRAY:

Israel was a small man but he could do any work that any sized man could do. He was an iron worker and a farmer. He worked on construction of Hoover Dam. He was always generous in helping the family financially. He also owned a large farm and work it successfully. He died of cancer.

 

Notes for HASSIE ADKINS:

The Gadsden Times Feb. 20, 1987

Condray, Hassie Leola

Mrs. Hassie Leola Condray, 87, Gadsden Rt. 2, died Sunday at the residence. Survivor: son, George Keith Condray, Hokes Bluff. Collier Butler Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 3:30 P.M. at Collier Butler Chapel with the Revs. Bobby Pucket and Clarence McKee officiating. Burial in Hokes Bluff Cemetery. Other survivors: grandsons William Brad and Bart Keith Condray; daughter in law, Mrs. Alva Dean Condray; sister Mrs. Lela Mae Kennedy, Glencoe; several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers: Brad and Bart Condray, Gordon Handy, John E. and James G. Godfrey, Douglas Mullins, Alan Hayes, Jerry Eubanks. Mrs. Condray was a native and lifelong resident of Etowah County. She was the wife of the late Israel William Condray and a member of the First United Methodist Church of Hokes Bluff. The body will remain at the funeral home through the hour of service. The family will receive friends from 6 to 9 tonight.

Child of ISRAEL CONDRAY and HASSIE ADKINS is:

151. i. GEORGE KEITH6 CONDRAY, b. March 09, 1928, Etowah County, Alabama.

 

 

75. WINNIE ETHEL5 CONDRAY (JOHN WOODFORD4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born October 31, 1896 in Etowah County, Alabama Walnut Grove, and died August 15, 1959 in Gadsden, Alabama. She married JEROME DAVIS.

 

Notes for WINNIE ETHEL CONDRAY:

Winnie was a very kind person. She reared her only child alone except for help from family members. She worked as a telephone operator in Hokes Bluff for many years. She was the house mother at the School of Nursing at the Baptist Hospital in Gadsden. After the school of nursing was dissolved she ran the snack bar at the hospital. I and almost all of my cousins have fond memories of her. Once when I was a child my mother and I were in town and I saw a shirt that I wanted very badly. My mother did not buy it. While we were in town we ran into Aunt Winnie and she knew that I wanted the shirt. Before we left town we ran into her again and she had bought me the shirt. Another cousin remembers her fondly as she gave her her first egg salad sandwich. When she was about five Pat had rumatic fever and was hospitalized. Aunt Winnie brought her an egg salad sandwich and she loved it. Every day while Pat was in the hospital Aunt Winnie came to see her and brought her an egg salad sandwich. She died of cancer.

Child of WINNIE CONDRAY and JEROME DAVIS is:

152. i. DELLA LOUISE6 DAVIS, b. May 19, 1921, Gadsden, Alabama; d. June 1990, Jasper, Tennessee.

 

 

76. MOLLIE DEE5 CONDRAY (JOHN WOODFORD4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born November 05, 1898 in Etowah County, Alabama Walnut Grove, and died November 13, 1958 in Gadsden Alabama. She married JOHN WILLIAM GODFREY. He was born August 13, 1896, and died May 14, 1981 in Gadsden, Alabama.

 

Notes for MOLLIE DEE CONDRAY:

Aunt Mollie was the one that always seemed to make things funny. Even though she worked very hard she could always make things fun. She was a very good cook and I always looked forward to our Sunday visits at Aunt Mollie's house because she was such a good cook. She was active in church and was a member of the Rebecca Lodge. She died of cancer.

 

Obituary from the Gadsden Times November 15, 1958

 

MRS. MOLLIE GODFREY

Funeral services for Mrs. Mollie Dee Condray Godfrey, 60, Gadsden Route 2, who died Thursday in a local hospital, will be held tomorrow afternoon at First Methodist Church, Hokes Bluff. Officiating will be the Revs. J.D. Boyd and S.E. Paulk. Burial will be in Crestwood Cemetery with Collier-Butler Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. She is survived by her husband, John W. Godfrey; three daughters, Mrs. Bill Wilson, Piedmont, Mrs. Bill Swann, Jr., and Mrs. James Bobo both of Gadsden; two sons, James and John Godfrey, both of Gadsden; four sisters, Mrs. Winnie Davis and Mrs. H.M. Roper of Gadsden, Mrs. R.G. Clay of Attalla, and Mrs. J.D. Handy, Hokes Bluff; five brothers, Israel, Ben, Durwood, Gene, and Guy Condray, all of Hokes Bluff, and 12 grandchildren. Active pallbearers will be Gordon Handy, George Condray, Charles Johnson, Billy Ray Smith, Hershel Godfrey, and R.L. Godfrey. Honorary pallbearers will be Dr. Joe Rogers and Dr. P.M. Nolen, members of the Official Board of Hokes Bluff Methodist Church and all personal friends. Mrs. Godfrey was a member of First Methodist Church of Hokes Bluff, the Ladies Bible Class, WSCS, and Rebekah Lodge. She was a native and lifelong resident of Etowah County. The body will remain at the residence, to lie in state at the church for 30 minutes prior to the service.

 

Notes for JOHN WILLIAM GODFREY:

The Gadsden Times May 14, 1981

Mr. Godfrey

John W. Godfrey, 84, Hokes Bluff Rt. 3, died Thursday in a local hospital after a long illness. Funeral services will be Saturday at 3 P.M. at Crestwood Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Doug Martin officiating. Burial in Crestwood Cemetery. Survivors: wife, Mis. Minnie C. Godfrey, Hokes Bluff; daughters; Mrs. Billy Wilson, Centre, Mrs. Dot Swann, Mrs. Nancy Bobo, both of Gadsden; sons James and John Godfrey both of Gadsden. Brothers, Claude and Ernest Godfrey, both of Gadsden; sisters, Mrs. Mae Sullivan, Mrs. Alma Stephens and Mrs. Clara Bailey, all of Gadsden, Mrs. Joe Collins, Columbus, Ga. Grandsons will serve as active pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers: members of Odd Fellows Lodge 177, members of First Methodist Church of Hokes Bluff. Mr. Godfrey was a native and lifelong resident of Etowah County. He was a retired carpenter and farmer, and was a member of the First Methodist Church of Hokes Bluff. Mr. Godfrey was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge of Hokes Bluff 177 and a member of the Merchant Marines in World War 1. The body will remain at the funeral home through the hour of service. The family will receive friends from 6 to 9 this evening.

Children of MOLLIE CONDRAY and JOHN GODFREY are:

153. i. BILLIE JO6 GODFREY, b. February 14, 1924, Etowah County, Alabama.

154. ii. DOROTHY JEAN GODFREY, b. April 15, 1925, Etowah County, Alabama.

155. iii. JAMES GORDON GODFREY, b. February 28, 1928, Etowah County, Alabama; d. August 15, 1997, Gadsden, Alabama.

156. iv. JOHN EDWARD GODFREY, b. August 23, 1932, Etowah County, Alabama.

157. v. NANCY ELIZABETH GODFREY, b. January 05, 1935, Gadsden, Etowah County, Alabama.

 

 

77. DURWOOD BELMONT5 CONDRAY (JOHN WOODFORD4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born February 18, 1905 in Etowah County, Alabama Walnut Grove, and died April 12, 1964 in Gadsden, Alabama (New Bethel Methodist Church). He married TROY MCCOY October 23, 1943 in Gadsden, Al Rev. D.V. Vinyard. She was born September 03, 1907.

 

Notes for DURWOOD BELMONT CONDRAY:

As were all of the Condray children Durwood was of small stature. He did not marry until he was drafted during WW11. He was in his late thirties. He served his tour of duty and returned to his and his wife's farm where he lived until his death. He farmed and had a saw mill and was an iron worker. He died of a heart attack.

THE GADSDEN TIMES April 13, 1964

D.B. CONDRAY

Funeral Services for Mr. Durwood B. Condray, 59, Gadsden Route 2, will be held Tuesday at 2 P.M. at New Bethel Methodist Church with the Rev. Robert McKee officiating. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery. Mr. Condray died at 4:30 A.M. April 12 after a long illness. He was a farmer and veteran of World War II and a native of Etowah County. Active pallbearers will be George Condray, Tommy Condray, John Godfrey, James Godfrey, Gordon Handy, Otho McCoy, Joe Tidmore and James Bobo. All personal friends will be honorary pallbearers. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Troy Condray; a daughter, Miss Patricia Condray, of Hokes Bluff, four brothers, Gene, Israel, Ben and Guy Condray, all of Hokes Bluff, three sisters, Mrs. Ross Clay of Attalla, Mrs. H.M. Roper of Gadsden and Mrs. J.D. Handy of Hokes Bluff.

Child of DURWOOD CONDRAY and TROY MCCOY is:

158. i. PATRICIA ANN6 CONDRAY, b. December 06, 1946, Etowah County, Alabama.

 

 

78. LURA HURSTINE5 CONDRAY (JOHN WOODFORD4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born August 31, 1909 in Walnut Grove, ALabama, and died October 28, 2000 in Lakeland, Florida. She married HILLIARD MELVIN ROPER February 03, 1929 in Gadsden, Alabama. He was born April 30, 1904 in Etowah County, Alabama Walnut Grove, and died June 03, 1963 in Gadsden, Alabama.

 

Notes for LURA HURSTINE CONDRAY:

Lura was a good wife, mother, and aunt. She was a very good housekeeper and cook. She had the ability to always make me feel special. She was unusually good to Louise during her youth.

Some of my fondest childhood memories are days that my mother and I spent the day with Aunt Lura. She always dressed well and was very attractive. Like me she loved shoes and since we both wore a narrow size 8 I always enjoyed getting her shoes that hurt her feet.

 

THE GADSDEN TIMES November 1, 2000

 

Roper, Lura Condray

 

Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Forrest Cemetery for Mrs. Lura Condray Roper, who died Saturday, Oct. 28, 2000, at I.H.S. at Oakbridge in Lakeland, Fla. Dr. Terry Greer will officiate. Collier-Butler Funeral Home is in charge.

 

Mrs. Roper was a native of and her families were pioneers of Etowah County. She was a member of Central United Church and the Willing Workers Sunday School Class.

 

She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Margie Brown, Lakeland, Florida, Mrs. Donna Flynt, Brandon, Miss.; three granddaughters, Mrs. Melissa Stump, Cornelia, GA., Mrs. Susan Penn, Mrs. Holly Lowman, Lakeland, Fla.; three grandsons, Scott Flynt, Charlotte, N.C., George Flynt, Jr., Wesley Flynt, Branson, Miss.; four great grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Roberta Handy, Gadsden; several nieces and nephews.

 

Pallbears will be grandsons and nephews.

 

The family requests no flowers. Memorials may be made to Central United Methodist Church, 303 S. 11th St. or to your favorite charity.

 

More About LURA HURSTINE CONDRAY:

Burial: November 02, 2000, Forrest Cemetery, Gadsden, Alabama

 

Notes for HILLIARD MELVIN ROPER:

THE GADSDEN TIMES June 4, 1963

 

SERVICES SET FOR MR. ROPER

Hillard Melvin Roper, 59, 634 Turrentine Street, died at 12:10 P.M. yesterday at a local hospital. Funeral services will be held at 2 P.M. tomorrow in Collier Butler Chapel, with the Rev. W.C. Davis officiating. Burial will be in Forrest Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Walter B. Mills, Edsel Blackwood, Irby Crump, R.Z. Dismukes, Milton Wimpee, Robert Thornton, Ellis Clayburn, Roy Clotfelter and Tom Pope.

Honorary pallbearers will be personnel of Greater Gadsden Housing Authority, members of the official Board of Central Methodist Church and all personal friends. Mr. Roper is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lura Condray Roper; two daughters, Mrs. Charles W. Marshall, Orlando, Fla., and Mrs. George Flynt, Covington, La.; three grandchildren, Melissa and Susan Marshall, Orlando, and Scott Flynt, Covington, one brother, Earl Roper, Birmingham; and four sisters, Mrs. Justin J. Barnes, Hokes Bluff, Mrs. Harold Wright, Gadsden, Mrs. Bob Coley, Boaz and Mrs. Joe Beard, Marietta, Ga. A native and lifelong resident of Etowah County, Mr. Roper was the son of the late Robert L. and Gertrude Young Roper. He was employed by the maintenance department of the Greater Gadsden Housing Authority for the past 21 years. He was a member of the Board of Stewards of Central Methodist Church for 10 years. The body will remain at Collier-Butler through the hour of service.

 

More About HILLIARD MELVIN ROPER:

Burial: Forrest Cemetery, Gadsden, Alabama

Children of LURA CONDRAY and HILLIARD ROPER are:

159. i. MARGIE ANN6 ROPER, b. December 23, 1929, Gadsden, Alabama.

160. ii. DONNA FAYE ROPER, b. May 29, 1934, Gadsden, Alabama.

 

 

79. GUY WARREN5 CONDRAY (JOHN WOODFORD4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born November 02, 1911 in Etowah County, Alabama Walnut Grove, and died June 15, 1989 in Gadsden, Alabama (New Bethel Methodist Church). He married GRACE FREEMAN. She was born December 21, 1913, and died December 25, 1988 in Gadsden, Alabama (New Bethel Methodist Church).

 

Notes for GUY WARREN CONDRAY:

Guy was the smallest of the Condray men. I don't believe that he was ever taller than five feet four inches. He had an accident that resulted in a broken back after which he was shorter than me and I was never taller than five feet two inches. He lived with my parents after I was born and I remember him coming home from work and taking me to ride. I would stand behind his right shoulder with my arm around his neck and play with his ear lobe. He was also the one from which I learned to sware. Not bad, just the usual things we all say. Guy was a very hard worker. Sometimes I thought he worked like he did just to show people he could do anything a big man could do. He died from complications from heart surgery but he also had cancer. He was very special to my mother hence he was special to me.

 

THE GADSDEN TIMES June 16, 1989

 

Funeral will be a at noon Friday at Collier-Butler Chapel for Guy Warren Condray, 77, Route 2, Gadsden who died Thursday, June 15, 1989. The Revs. Bobby Pucket and Gary Hare will officiate. Burial in New Bethel Cemetery. Collier-Butler Funeral Home is in charge. Mr. Condray was a native and lifelong resident of Hokes Bluff and a member of the Carpenters and Joiners Local #1371 for 50 years. He is survived by a daughter, Trina Burns, Hokes Bluff: Son John T. Condray, Hokes Bluff: son-in-law, Jerry Burns; daughter- in- law Patricia Condray; grandchildren, Scott and Susan Burns, Greg and Jennifer Condray, Gillian and Mark Sams; great-granddaughter, Meagan Burns; brother, C.E. Condray, Hokes Bluff; sisters, Lura Roper, Gadsden and Roberta Handy, Gadsden. Pallbearers will be George Condray, James and John Godfrey, Gordon Handy, Cresful Smith, and Boyd Clough, Jr. Honorary pallbearers will be Drs. and staff of U.A.B. Hospital Birmingham, Dr. Ralph Wesley, and 9th floor staff of Baptist Memorial Hospital of Gadsden. The body will remain at the funeral home through the hour of service. The family will receive friends from 6-9 tonight

 

Notes for GRACE FREEMAN:

THE GADSDEN TIMES Dec. 26, 1988

Condray, Grace Freeman

Funeral will be at 11 A.M. Wednesday for Mrs. Grace Freeman Condray, 68, Rt. 2 Gadsden, who died Sunday, Dec. 25, 1988. The Revs. Gary Hare and Bobby Puckett will officiate. Burial in New Bethel Cemetery. Collier-Butler Funeral Home is in charge. Mrs. Condray was a native and lifelong resident of Etowah County. She was a member of the New Bethel Methodist Church. She is survived by her husband, Guy W. Condray; daughter, Mrs. Trina Burns, Hokes Bluff; son, John T. Condray, Hokes Bluff; six grandchildren; one great granddaughter; two sisters, Mrs. Gladys Smith, Gadsden; Mrs. Mary Hill, Hokes Bluff; daughter in law, Mrs. Patricia Condray, Hokes Bluff; son in law, Jerry E. Burns, Hokes Bluff, and several nieces and nephews. The family will receive flowers, but memorials may be made to the Heart Fund. Pallbearers will be Boyd Clough Jr., Billy M. Clough, Cresful Smith, Leon Ray, James Godfrey, and George Condray. Honorary pallbearers will be all personal friends. The body will remain at the funeral home through the hour of service. The family will receive friends from 6-9 tonight.

Children of GUY CONDRAY and GRACE FREEMAN are:

161. i. JOHN THOMAS6 CONDRAY, b. June 15, 1946, Etowah County, Alabama.

162. ii. TRINA FAYE CONDRAY, b. July 15, 1944, Etowah County, Alabama.

 

 

80. ROBERTA LETHA5 CONDRAY (JOHN WOODFORD4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born January 31, 1915 in Etowah County, Alabama Walnut Grove. She married J.D. HANDY. He was born August 03, 1912 in Etowah County, Alabama, and died November 1975 in Gadsden, Alabama.

 

Notes for ROBERTA LETHA CONDRAY:

Roberta has always been a good aunt. I remember visiting her as a child and since Gordon and Joyce were close to my age it was always fun. She and Uncle J.D. always lived on the farm and she worked very hard. They always had a big garden and she always shared with me after I grew up. She used to can dozens of jars of food plus fill up two deep freezes. She was always easy going and did not mind if we kids messed up her house. She was a good cook and always had plenty on the table. She was the only one of the Condray girls that could drive a car.

Children of ROBERTA CONDRAY and J.D. HANDY are:

163. i. MARY JOYCE6 HANDY, b. September 10, 1937.

164. ii. GORDON WARREN HANDY, b. January 1941, Etowah County, Alabama.

 

 

81. RUTH ANN5 CONDRAY (STERLING STEPHEN4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born June 1893 in Etowah County, Alabama, and died November 17, 1957 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She married ROBERT CARL CARTER. He died in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

 

Notes for RUTH ANN CONDRAY:

Chattanooga, November 17, 1957

 

Carter, Mrs. Ruth Ann, age 63, 1926 E. 32nd Street, passed awat at the residence Saturday night. She is survived by two sons, Ralph C. Carter, Chattanooga: Mr. Robert C. Carter, Baltimore, MD.: two daughters, Mrs W.D. Woodall, Atlanta, GA.: Mrs A.T. Massey, Chattanooga: three brothers, Fred Condray, Chattanooga: Harry Condray, Rose River, Ore.: Charles D. Condray, Lawrence, Kan.: two sisters, Mrs. Mellie Mahle, Oklahoma City, Okla.: Mrs. Jessie Jones, California: also three grandchildren amd one great-grandson. Mrs. Carter was a member of the First Wesleyan Methodist Church and was an enployee of Chattanooga Funeral Supply. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the National Funeral Home where the body will remain until the hour of service.

 

Ruth was of small stature. She died of Alzheimers.

Children of RUTH CONDRAY and ROBERT CARTER are:

165. i. FRANCES STEVIE6 CARTER, b. 1916, Alabama; d. April 28, 1998, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

ii. RALPH CHARLES CARTER, b. 1917; d. December 11, 1976, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

 

Notes for RALPH CHARLES CARTER:

Chattanooga Times December 11, 1976

 

RALPH C. CARTER

 

Ralph Charles Carter, 59, of 1925 E. 32nd St., died Friday in a local hospital.

 

Mr. Carter was a member of the Clifton Hills Baptist Church.

 

Survivors are two sisters, Mrs. A.T. Massey of Chattanooga and Mrs. Betty Woodall of Atlanta; and a brother, R.C. Carter of Baltimore. Md.

 

Funeral Services will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday at Clifton Hills Baptist Church with the Rev. Clifford Davis officating.

 

Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery. The body will lie in state at the church for one hour before services.

 

Arrangements are by the West Chapel of Chattanooga Funeral Home.

 

166. iii. ROBERT CARL CARTER, JR., b. Chattanooga, Tennessee; d. Baltimore, Maryland.

167. iv. BETTY JANE CARTER, b. May 14, 1927, Chattanooga, Tennessee.

v. BILLY CARTER.

 

 

82. MELLIE LOU5 CONDRAY (STERLING STEPHEN4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born December 06, 1884 in Etowah County, Alabama, and died February 1965 in Abilene, Taylor County, Texas. She married (1) JOHN FRANCIS CARNEY. He died in Georgia. She married (2) JAMES WHITAKER. She married (3) UNKNOWN MAHL.

 

Notes for MELLIE LOU CONDRAY:

Mellie was very small in stature. She died of Alzheimers.

Child of MELLIE CONDRAY and JOHN CARNEY is:

168. i. DOROTHY ELIZABETH6 CARNEY, b. November 29, 1913, Gadsden, Etowah County, Alabama.

 

 

83. JESSIE LEE5 CONDRAY (STERLING STEPHEN4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born March 1887 in Alabama, and died 1979 in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. She married MARK JONES.

 

Notes for JESSIE LEE CONDRAY:

Obituary: JONES - Mrs. Jessie Lee, 87 of 427 South Waco, passed away Monday. Survived by: son, B.E. Jones of the home, daughter, Hazel Barnes, Klamath Falls, Ore.; brother Harry Condray, Ore; 2 grandchildren; 6 great grandchildren. Services 2 P.M., Wednesday, Health-Griffith Chapel. Interment, South Heights Cemetery, Sapulpa. Heath-Griffith. 446-6633.

 

More About JESSIE LEE CONDRAY:

Burial: South Heights Cemetery, Sapulpa, OK

Children of JESSIE CONDRAY and MARK JONES are:

i. B. EDWIN6 JONES.

169. ii. HAZEL JONES.

 

 

84. HARRY BLANCO5 CONDRAY (STERLING STEPHEN4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born February 25, 1899 in Etowah County, Alabama, and died June 01, 1980 in Jackson, Oregon. He married ROSE MARIE SALEMME May 1936. She was born June 25, 1906 in Chicago, Illinois, and died November 25, 1995 in Bend, Oregon.

 

More About HARRY BLANCO CONDRAY:

Burial: Grants Pass, Oregon, Lawson Cemetery

 

More About ROSE MARIE SALEMME:

Burial: Grants Pass, Oregon, Lawson Cemetery

Child of HARRY CONDRAY and ROSE SALEMME is:

170. i. CAROLYN MARIE FRANCES6 CONDRAY, b. March 11, 1941, San Pedro, California.

 

 

85. MARGARET BESSIE5 CONDRAY (WILLIAM ASA4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born January 1898 in Etowah County, Alabama. She married EDWIN THORNTON.

Child of MARGARET CONDRAY and EDWIN THORNTON is:

i. MARY ELLEN6 THORNTON, m. ??? WILLIAMS.

 

 

86. HAZEL5 CONDRAY (WILLIAM ASA4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born 1905 in Etowah County, Alabama. She married ORANCE TINSLEY SISSON.

Child of HAZEL CONDRAY and ORANCE SISSON is:

i. BETTY SISSON6 SISSON, m. EUGENE HOLLY.

 

 

87. MARVIN5 CONDRAY, SR. (WILLIAM ASA4, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born December 14, 1906 in Etowah County, Alabama, and died November 1980 in Bermingham, Alabama. He married LEOTTA COCHRAN.

Children of MARVIN CONDRAY and LEOTTA COCHRAN are:

i. MARVIN6 CONDRAY, JR., b. March 21, 1925.

ii. JACK HOWARD CONDRAY.

iii. JOYCE CONDRAY, m. UNKNOWN GALBREATH.

 

 

88. CLYDE A.5 BRANNON (ELLEN RHODA4 CONDRAY, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born June 18, 1885 in Etowah County, Alabama, and died June 15, 1961 in Etowah County, Alabama (Old Harmony Baptist Cemetery). He married (1) SARAH E. (SALLY) GILBERT. She was born January 18, 1886 in Etowah County, Alabama, and died June 15, 1961 in Etowah County, Alabama (Old Harmony Baptist Cemetery). He married (2) SARAH E. "SALLY" GILBERT. She was born January 18, 1889 in Etowah County, Alabama, and died June 15, 1961 in Etowah County, Alabama (Old Harmony Cemetery).

Children of CLYDE BRANNON and SARAH GILBERT are:

i. LOIS6 BRANNON, b. 1909; m. HERBERT BURNS.

ii. CLYDE A. BRANNON, JR..

iii. MARION ELLIS BRANNON, b. March 24, 1911, Etowah County, Alabama; d. November 03, 1973, Etowah County, Alabama (Old Harmony Cemetery).

iv. E. ZEDDIE BRANNON, b. March 21, 1913, Etowah County, Alabama; d. October 28, 1970, Etowah County, Alabama (Old Harmony Cemetery).

 

 

89. VERNES RUPERT5 BRANNON (ELLEN RHODA4 CONDRAY, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born July 01, 1888 in Etowah County, Alabama, and died in St. Clair County, Alabama (Old Harmony Cemetery). He married RUTH.

Child of VERNES BRANNON and RUTH is:

i. ATHOS WAYNE6 BRANNON, b. February 14, 1915.

 

 

90. REVIS AARON5 BRANNON I (ELLEN RHODA4 CONDRAY, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born January 06, 1890 in St. Clair County, Alabama, and died October 02, 1976 in Jackson, Hinds County, Mississippi. He married MARY AGNES JOHNSON November 07, 1909 in Alabama. She was born March 29, 1894 in Mumcie, Indiana, and died October 20, 1979 in Jackson, Hinds County, Mississippi.

 

More About REVIS AARON BRANNON I:

Burial: Lakewood Memorial Park

Children of REVIS BRANNON and MARY JOHNSON are:

i. VICTORIA ISABELLA6 BRANNON, b. October 05, 1910, Gadsden, Alabama; d. November 27, 1995, Jackson, Hinds County, Mississippi; m. CHARLES ALBERT FARRIS, April 19, 1933, Utica, Mississippi; b. January 29, 1911.

171. ii. DR. REVIS AARON BRANNON II, b. October 04, 1916, Ashville, St. Clair County, Alabama.

iii. OLIVER PERRY BRANNON II, b. September 02, 1918, Gadsden, Alabama; d. August 30, 1951, York, Sumpter County, Alabama.

172. iv. PAUL JONES BRANNON, b. July 22, 1920, LeFlore, Oklahoma; d. April 05, 1973, Jackson, Hinds County, Mississippi.

 

 

91. VERA ANN5 BRANNON (ELLEN RHODA4 CONDRAY, AMANDA JANE3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) was born April 13, 1899 in St. Clair County, Alabama, and died April 26, 1983 in Attalla, Alabama. She married WILLIAM LUTHER BLACK, SR. June 1918 in Etowah County, Alabama. He was born April 14, 1899.

 

Notes for VERA ANN BRANNON:

The Gadsden Times April 1983

Black, Mrs. Vera Brannan

Mrs. Vera Brannan Black, age 84, 619 South 3rd Street, Attalla, died Tuesday in a local hospital after a brief illness. Funeral services are Thursday at 12:30 at Morgan Funeral Chapel with Rev. Jimmy Bailey and Rev. John Rutland officiating. Burial at Rainbow Memorial Garden. Survivors: daughter, Vera B. Yarbrough, Reece City; sons, W.L. Black, Jr., Attalla, Dr. Hubert P. Black, Fresno, California; sister, Mrs Otis Payne, Sylacauga; eight grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren. Pallbearers: J. Gary. William R. and Gary K. (Beau) Yarbrough, William T. (Rickie), Hubert P. Jr., and David R. Black, Randy T. Waites, William E. New. Mrs. Black was a native of St. Clair County and a resident of Etowah County most of her life. She was a member of Reid Memorial Baptist Church. The body will remain at the funeral home through the hour of service. The family will receive friends after 6 tonight. Morgan Funeral Chapel directing.

Children of VERA BRANNON and WILLIAM BLACK are:

173. i. VERA ESTELL6 BLACK, b. March 1919, Etowah County, Alabama.

174. ii. WILLIAM LUTHER BLACK, JR., b. February 21, 1923, Etowah County, Alabama.

175. iii. DR. HUBERT PERRY BLACK, SR., b. August 10, 1926, Etowah County, Alabama.

 

 

92. AUBREY REAGAN5 JONES (LORING ARTHUR4, ELIZABETH3 PENDERGRASS, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) died Bef. 1977 in Alabama.

Children of AUBREY REAGAN JONES are:

i. MURIEL6 JONES, m. DOUGLAS STEWART.

ii. THOMAS JONES.

 

 

93. ARCHIE WRIGHT5 PENDERGRASS (WALTER LAWRENCE4, ASA NATHANIEL3, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1) died in Jefferson County, Texas.

 

Notes for ARCHIE WRIGHT PENDERGRASS:

Lived in Port Arthur, Texas.

Children of ARCHIE WRIGHT PENDERGRASS are:

i. SANDRA L.6 PENDERGRASS.

ii. ROBERT L. PENDERGRASS.

iii. HOWARD W. PENDERGRASS.

iv. GEORGE C. PENDERGRASS.

 

 

94. ROBERT LEE5 PENDERGRASS (LEE EVINS4, JOHN HOUSTON3, MARY L.2 HANNA, JOHN1)

Child of ROBERT LEE PENDERGRASS is:

i. JOHN6 PENDERGRASS.

 

 

95. MYRA MELINDA5 TEMPLETON (DELPHIA JANE4 POLAND, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born September 25, 1871 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died June 14, 1960 in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana. She married (1) DAVID MILAN. She married (2) OSCAR BEAUGARD COPELAND January 29, 1890 in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Children of MYRA TEMPLETON and OSCAR COPELAND are:

i. GORDON TEMPLETON6 COPELAND.

ii. WALTER EMMET COPELAND.

iii. JAMES OSCAR COPELAND.

176. iv. CLARENCE EUGENE COPELAND, b. July 11, 1895.

v. CLAUD ARNOLD COPELAND.

 

 

96. CARRIE LOU5 TEMPLETON (DELPHIA JANE4 POLAND, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born May 07, 1879 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died November 06, 1966 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She married WILLIAM LARKIN HENNEN October 31, 1894 in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Children of CARRIE TEMPLETON and WILLIAM HENNEN are:

i. VIRGIE6 HENNEN.

ii. JANE HENNEN.

iii. FRANK HENNEN.

iv. JULIAN HENNEN.

v. JOHNNIE HENNEN.

vi. GLADYS HENNEN.

 

 

97. JOHN OSGOOD5 TEMPLETON (DELPHIA JANE4 POLAND, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born November 30, 1882 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died October 30, 1966 in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana. He married EVA RAY DAVIS December 22, 1907 in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

Children of JOHN TEMPLETON and EVA DAVIS are:

177. i. FRANCES EVA6 TEMPLETON, b. September 28, 1908, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana; d. November 02, 1964.

178. ii. JANIE OREN TEMPLETON, b. January 30, 1912.

179. iii. LESLIE ADELIA TEMPLETON, b. July 11, 1915.

 

 

98. LIZZIE5 POLAND (MILO P.4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 1873 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died 1961 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She married HENRY SMITH in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Children of LIZZIE POLAND and HENRY SMITH are:

i. PAT6 SMITH.

ii. GORDON SMITH.

iii. BESSIE SMITH.

 

 

99. MURA A.5 POLAND (MILO P.4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born August 27, 1887 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died August 30, 1976 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She married JOSEPH A. JORDAN in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Children of MURA POLAND and JOSEPH JORDAN are:

180. i. CARRIE6 JORDAN, b. Calhoun County, Alabama; d. Calhoun County, Alabama.

ii. HANNA JORDAN.

iii. MILO KIRBY JORDAN.

181. iv. JOHN PINKNEY JORDAN, b. March 24, 1912, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. Calhoun County, Alabama.

v. MARGARET JORDAN, m. BILL LANGSTON.

vi. AGNES JORDAN, b. Calhoun County, Alabama; m. NICK DAVIS.

vii. VANGIE JORDAN, b. Calhoun County, Alabama; m. HERMAN REESE.

viii. VIOLA JORDAN, b. Calhoun County, Alabama; m. E.S. YSELONE.

ix. EDNA JORDAN, m. CLIFF HEFFNER.

x. EUGENE JORDAN, b. Calhoun County, Alabama; m. FRANCIS COOK.

xi. FLOYD JORDAN, b. 1910, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. 1910, Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

 

100. MAUD5 POLAND (MILO P.4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born May 22, 1889 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died June 18, 1959 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She married (1) MARION F. MCCLAIN. She married (2) UNKNOWN PEEPLES in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Children of MAUD POLAND and MARION MCCLAIN are:

i. GRACE6 MCCLAIN.

ii. LOU MCCLAIN.

 

Children of MAUD POLAND and UNKNOWN PEEPLES are:

iii. HELEN6 PEEPLES.

iv. UNKNOWN PEEPLES.

 

 

101. COKE WILLIAMS5 POLAND (MILO P.4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born April 18, 1885 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died March 28, 1963 in Calhoun County, Alabama. He married SALLIE HUGHES in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Child of COKE POLAND and SALLIE HUGHES is:

i. AUDREY6 POLAND, m. JOE OWENS.

 

 

102. BYRON WATSON5 POLAND (MILO P.4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born February 26, 1897 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died December 20, 1976 in Calhoun County, Alabama. He married UNKNOWN COLE.

Children of BYRON POLAND and UNKNOWN COLE are:

i. VALLIE6 POLAND.

ii. HERBERT POLAND.

iii. HERMAN POLAND.

iv. CURTIS POLAND.

 

 

103. NANNIE VIOLA5 POLAND (MILO P.4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born June 13, 1891 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died December 09, 1971 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She married (1) HUGH T. MURRAY in Calhoun County, Alabama. He was born March 06, 1884 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died September 21, 1957 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She married (2) HUGH THOMAS MURRY September 02, 1917 in Calhoun County, Alabama. He was born March 06, 1884 in Cleburne County, Alabama, and died September 21, 1957 in Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

More About HUGH THOMAS MURRY:

Burial: Hanna Family Cemetery

Children of NANNIE POLAND and HUGH MURRY are:

i. FEMALE6 MURRY, m. J.L. HOWELL.

ii. MAXINE MURRY, m. J.R. ROBERTSON.

iii. FEMALE MURRY, m. NATHAN T. MURPHY.

iv. FEMALE MURRY, m. W.T. GARISEE.

v. LAWSON V. MURRY.

 

 

104. JOHN MILTON5 KAY, JR. (HELEN SABRINA4 POLAND, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born November 24, 1882 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died September 11, 1959 in Louisiana. He married SAVANNAH FULLER December 03, 1903 in Louisiana.

Children of JOHN KAY and SAVANNAH FULLER are:

i. FORREST MILTON6 KAY, b. February 09, 1905, Louisiana; m. SYBIL PATTERSON.

ii. BENJAMIN MELVIN KAY, b. October 27, 1907, Louisiana; m. (1) ALVIS BARR; m. (2) WILLIE MAE WILLIAMS, December 23, 1929, Louisiana.

iii. CLARENCE ELMO KAY, b. November 05, 1909.

 

 

105. ROBERT FRANKLIN5 POLAND (THOMAS LEE4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born July 04, 1888 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died July 05, 1944 in Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana. He married FLORENCE ADELE MERRIMAN in Louisiana.

Children of ROBERT POLAND and FLORENCE MERRIMAN are:

i. DORIS MIGNON6 POLAND, b. January 14, 1919, Louisiana; d. May 10, 1971; m. WILLIAM OTIS STEPHENS.

ii. MARGARET POLAND.

iii. ELIZABETH POLAND.

182. iv. MARGARET ELIZABETH POLAND, b. July 28, 1921.

 

 

106. ANNIE LEE5 POLAND (THOMAS LEE4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born March 16, 1892, and died September 30, 1962 in Bernice, Louisiana. She married MALCOM M. HUFFMAN.

Children of ANNIE POLAND and MALCOM HUFFMAN are:

i. JUANITA6 HUFFMAN.

ii. THOMAS HUFFMAN.

 

 

107. LEE A.5 POLAND (THOMAS LEE4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born March 16, 1892. He married ETTA MARY LEMOINE.

Children of LEE POLAND and ETTA LEMOINE are:

i. MELVIN6 POLAND.

ii. MARGIE POLAND.

183. iii. SAMUEL LOUIS POLAND, b. February 25, 1934, New Orleans, Louisiana.

184. iv. BURKLEY OTIS POLAND, SR., b. December 08, 1940, New Orleans, Louisiana.

 

 

108. JESSE JAMES5 POLAND (THOMAS LEE4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born March 08, 1895, and died November 18, 1961 in Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana. He married LILLIAN DALE JONES August 28, 1919 in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

Children of JESSE POLAND and LILLIAN JONES are:

185. i. JESSIE FLORENCE6 POLAND, b. June 06, 1920, Dubach, Licoln Parish, Louisiana.

186. ii. WOODFORD POLAND, b. January 16, 1922, Dubach, Licoln Parish, Louisiana; d. May 02, 1969.

187. iii. CECIL OPHELIA POLAND, b. March 05, 1924, Winnsboro,Winn Parish, Louisiana.

188. iv. THOMAS LEE POLAND, b. February 07, 1926, Louisiana.

189. v. FRANCES PICKELL POLAND, b. December 18, 1930, Louisiana; d. November 1987.

 

 

109. ALLIE5 POLAND (THOMAS LEE4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born April 12, 1900. She married CHARLES JEFFERSON BROUGHTON, SR..

Children of ALLIE POLAND and CHARLES BROUGHTON are:

i. CHARLES JEFFERSON6 BROUGHTON, JR..

ii. VERA MAE BROUGHTON, b. January 12, 1921, Dubach, Licoln Parish, Louisiana; m. ELMER MCCURRY.

iii. HAROLD LEE BROUGHTON, b. March 05, 1923; d. May 16, 1964; m. EARLINE COCKRELL.

iv. CARLOS BROUGHTON, b. April 08, 1926.

v. HERSHAL GRAY BROUGHTON.

vi. DOROTHY ROSE BROUGHTON.

vii. PATSY ANN BROUGHTON.

viii. JIMMY BROUGHTON.

 

 

110. JODIE GENEVA5 POLAND (ROBERT ALEXANDER4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born January 17, 1894 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She married HENRY O. BIRMINGHAM November 15, 1915 in Calhoun County, Alabama.

Children of JODIE POLAND and HENRY BIRMINGHAM are:

i. OWEN6 BIRMINGHAM, b. Alabama; m. FRANCIS REED.

ii. VIVIAN BIRMINGHAM, b. Alabama; m. ALFRED HAVER.

iii. GERALD BIRMINGHAM, b. Alabama; m. RUBY HARRIS.

 

 

111. IVA ANN5 POLAND (ROBERT ALEXANDER4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born August 12, 1896 in Alabama, and died December 25, 1965 in Alabama. She married HENRY B. WHITE June 24, 1916 in Alabama.

Children of IVA POLAND and HENRY WHITE are:

i. EDIETH6 WHITE, m. LEON HENEGAR.

ii. DONALD WHITE, b. Alabama; m. CLARA HAYNES.

iii. EUGENE WHITE, b. Alabama; m. MARGARET MCGEE.

iv. HELEN WHITE, b. Alabama; m. J. HUGH HAYNES.

v. CATHERINE WHITE.

vi. DAVID WHITE.

vii. EDWIN WHITE, b. Alabama; m. ROSEMARY EDMONSON.

 

 

112. MYRTLE CAROLINE5 POLAND (ROBERT ALEXANDER4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born January 20, 1898 in Alabama. She married JAMES A. MCCONNELL, SR. March 18, 1920 in Alabama.

Children of MYRTLE POLAND and JAMES MCCONNELL are:

i. JAMES A.6 MCCONNELL, JR..

ii. RALPH MCCONNELL, b. Alabama; m. PATRICIA TANNER.

iii. JULIA MCCONNELL, b. Alabama; m. WILLIAM PINCKLEY.

 

 

113. WOODIE ROBERT5 POLAND (ROBERT ALEXANDER4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born September 20, 1900 in Alabama. He married JESSIE FORMBY May 21, 1921.

Children of WOODIE POLAND and JESSIE FORMBY are:

i. MILDRED6 POLAND, b. Alabama; m. O.B. JOHNS.

ii. THELMA POLAND, b. Alabama; m. CARMEN JONES.

iii. ROBERT A. POLAND, b. Alabama; m. GENEVA FORBES.

iv. JACK POLAND, b. Alabama; m. DOROTHY MURRY.

v. MARY POLAND, b. Alabama; m. EARLE OSBORN.

 

 

114. DANIEL DOUGLAS5 POLAND (ROBERT ALEXANDER4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born March 22, 1902 in Alabama, and died 1968 in Alabama. He married CLARA HARRISON February 25, 1932 in Alabama.

Children of DANIEL POLAND and CLARA HARRISON are:

i. JACK6 POLAND, m. PLIVIA KNOX.

ii. DEE POLAND, m. ELLA MAE MORRISON.

iii. DALTON POLAND, b. Alabama; m. JEAN THRASHER.

iv. HAROLD POLAND, b. Alabama; m. NELLIE VEASEY.

 

 

115. GRACE FAYE5 POLAND (ROBERT ALEXANDER4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born April 09, 1907 in Alabama. She married WALTER L. COGGINS November 04, 1933 in Alabama.

Child of GRACE POLAND and WALTER COGGINS is:

i. BOBBY G.6 COGGINS.

 

 

116. JAMES EDMON5 POLAND (ROBERT ALEXANDER4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born April 17, 1910 in Alabama. He married ALMA ALEXANDER January 11, 1937 in Alabama.

Children of JAMES POLAND and ALMA ALEXANDER are:

i. NELLIE6 POLAND, b. Alabama; m. JAMES LUMPKIN.

ii. JAMES POLAND, b. Alabama; m. JUDY LEDBETTER.

iii. ANN POLAND, b. Alabama; m. WILLIAM RAY KNIGHT.

iv. RONALD POLAND.

 

 

117. WILLIAM CONDON5 POLAND (ROBERT ALEXANDER4, RHODA ANN3 HANNA, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born December 17, 1916 in Alabama. He married IRENE ZYGAR February 14, 1944 in Alabama.

Child of WILLIAM POLAND and IRENE ZYGAR is:

i. WILLIAM ROBERT6 POLAND, m. SUZANNE TURNER.

 

 

118. ALVIN TERRY5 HANNA, SR. (CHARLES ALEXANDER4, ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born August 21, 1913 in Memphis, Tennessee. He married (1) LUCY UNKNOWN. He married (2) CLARA LITTLE.

Child of ALVIN HANNA and LUCY UNKNOWN is:

190. i. BERTHA FRANCES6 HANNA.

 

Child of ALVIN HANNA and CLARA LITTLE is:

191. ii. ALVIN TERRY6 HANNA, JR., b. 1943.

 

 

119. DOROTHY VIRGINIA5 HANNA (CHARLES ALEXANDER4, ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born December 04, 1929. She married ALBERT SABATIER. He was born 1928, and died 1995.

Children of DOROTHY HANNA and ALBERT SABATIER are:

192. i. MIGNON JACQUELINE6 SABATIER, b. 1954.

ii. JULIET CAMILLE SABATIER, b. 1956; m. MARK JUKKOLA.

 

 

120. HOWARD M.5 JONES (LULA ELIZABETH4 HANNA, ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1890 in Piedmont, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died January 22, 1974. He married GLADYS CARR.

Children of HOWARD JONES and GLADYS CARR are:

i. MCFADDIN6 JONES.

ii. LOIS JONES.

iii. MILDRED JONES.

 

 

121. LENA5 JONES (LULA ELIZABETH4 HANNA, ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born in Alabama. She married (1) WILLIAM ADAIR, SR.. She married (2) HENRY RASKIN.

Children of LENA JONES and WILLIAM ADAIR are:

i. WILLIAM6 ADAIR, JR..

ii. ELIZABETH ADAIR.

 

 

122. HARRY A.5 JONES, SR. (LULA ELIZABETH4 HANNA, ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) He married HAZEL GROVER.

Children of HARRY JONES and HAZEL GROVER are:

i. LORETTA6 JONES.

ii. HARRY A. JONES, JR..

iii. LAMAR JONES.

 

 

123. EDNA5 JONES (LULA ELIZABETH4 HANNA, ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) She married ROBERT GODLETT.

Children of EDNA JONES and ROBERT GODLETT are:

i. HAZEL6 GODLETT, m. DALE MCLIN.

 

Notes for DALE MCLIN:

Dale was a doctor.

 

ii. ROBERT GODLETT.

iii. JIMMIE GODLETT.

 

 

124. GLADEUS S.5 HANNA (EDWARD NEWTON4, ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) She married J. M. GAMBRELL.

Children of GLADEUS HANNA and J. GAMBRELL are:

i. HAZEL6 GAMBRELL.

ii. GINNIE GAMBRELL.

 

 

125. MILDRED PAULINE5 HANNA (TERRY D.4, ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) died February 1981 in Memphis, Tennessee. She married FRED F. GAY.

Children of MILDRED HANNA and FRED GAY are:

193. i. LINDA6 GAY.

ii. DIANE GAY, m. TONY BOULANGER.

 

 

126. MARY RUTH5 HANNA (TERRY D.4, ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) She married EDWARD E. SISK.

Children of MARY HANNA and EDWARD SISK are:

194. i. RUTH ANN6 SISK, b. Memphis, Tennessee.

195. ii. WILLIAM E. SISK, SR., b. Memphis, Tennessee.

196. iii. JUDY L. SISK, b. Memphis, Tennessee.

 

 

127. TERRY D.5 HANNA, JR. (TERRY D.4, ALFRED TERRY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) He married BILLIE JEAN MARTIN.

Children of TERRY HANNA and BILLIE MARTIN are:

i. BILLY DONALD6 HANNA.

ii. MARK HANNA.

iii. TERRI JEAN HANNA, m. UNKNOWN HARPER.

iv. PATTI HANNA.

 

 

128. CLAIBORNE M.5 HANNA (ROBERT LEE4, ROBERT M.3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born March 17, 1910 in Hico, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, and died March 06, 1970 in Nederland, Jefferson County, Texas. He married WILLIE RUTH THOMAS July 01, 1933 in Hall Summit, Louisiana. She was born October 28, 1915 in Hall Summit, Red River Parish, Louisiana, and died May 03, 1989 in Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas.

Child of CLAIBORNE HANNA and WILLIE THOMAS is:

197. i. THOMAS LEE6 HANNA, SR., b. September 25, 1938, Hall Summit, Red River Parish, Louisiana.

 

 

129. ROBERT BARNEY5 HANNA, SR. (ROBERT LEE4, ROBERT M.3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born December 20, 1889 in Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama, and died August 26, 1959 in Debach, Lincoln County, Louisiana. He married JESSIE IVA PATRICK December 23, 1919 in New Orleans, Louisiana. She was born January 28, 1897 in Vinton, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana, and died August 18, 1956 in Dubach, Licoln Parish, Louisiana.

Children of ROBERT HANNA and JESSIE PATRICK are:

198. i. ROBERT BARNEY6 HANNA, JR., b. February 24, 1921, Devers, Liberty County, Texas; d. September 06, 1959, Dubach, Licoln Parish, Louisiana.

ii. THEODORE LUKE HANNA, b. Abt. 1922, Bude, Mississippi; d. Abt. 1922, Bude, Mississippi.

199. iii. RICHARD LEE HANNA, b. August 13, 1924, Bude, Mississippi; d. January 14, 1998, Coushatta, Red River Parish, Louisiana.

200. iv. LLOYD GEORGE HANNA, b. May 22, 1926, Dubach, Licoln Parish, Louisiana.

201. v. CHARLES HERBERT HANNA, SR., b. July 07, 1928, Dubach, Licoln Parish, Louisiana; d. May 06, 1978, Dubach, Licoln Parish, Louisiana.

202. vi. LETTIE ELIZABETH HANNA, b. June 03, 1930, Dubach, Licoln Parish, Louisiana.

203. vii. EDITH MARIE HANNA, b. March 19, 1936, Dubach, Licoln Parish, Louisiana.

204. viii. BARBARA INEZ HANNA, b. August 17, 1938, Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

 

 

130. THOMAS LEE5 HANNA (ROBERT LEE4, ROBERT M.3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born March 27, 1892 in Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama, and died January 12, 1948 in Hall Summit, Red River, Louisiana. He married ADDIE LEVENIA SWINT January 28, 1912 in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana. She was born July 14, 1895 in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, and died December 01, 1983 in Hall Summit, Red River Parish, Louisiana.

Children of THOMAS HANNA and ADDIE SWINT are:

205. i. ALICE LEE6 HANNA, b. April 25, 1914, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana; d. May 07, 1980, Coushatta, Red River Parish, Louisiana.

206. ii. HELEN VIRGINIA HANNA, b. March 21, 1918, Dubach, Licoln Parish, Louisiana; d. January 01, 1963, Hall Summit, Red River Parish, Louisiana.

 

 

131. WILLIAM SCOTT5 HANNA (ROBERT LEE4, ROBERT M.3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born July 1894 in Chosea Springs, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died December 10, 1942 in Elm Grove, Bossier Parish, Louisiana. He married MAMIE RILEY December 24, 1922 in Red River, Louisiana. She was born December 1896 in Red River Parish, Louisiana.

Child of WILLIAM HANNA and MAMIE RILEY is:

207. i. MARILYN6 HANNA, b. November 25, 1923, Louisiana; d. June 26, 1977, Louisiana.

 

 

132. MARK5 HANNA (ROBERT LEE4, ROBERT M.3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born January 27, 1897 in Chosea Springs, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died November 13, 1967 in Gladewater, Gregg County, Texas. He married MARY REBECCA DAISEY COLVIN July 09, 1925 in Dubach, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana. She was born October 20, 1907 in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

Children of MARK HANNA and MARY COLVIN are:

i. DORIS ANN6 HANNA, b. September 29, 1928, Norphlet, Union County, Arkansas; m. NORMAN WHISENAND.

208. ii. LAVERNE HANNA, b. March 16, 1931, Norphlet, Union County, Arkansas.

iii. RUTH HANNA, b. December 10, 1932, Gladewater, Gregg County, Texas; m. WILLIAM C. BILL CASS; d. April 23, 1987, Karnes City, Texas.

 

 

133. WOODFORD WORTH5 HANNA (ROBERT LEE4, ROBERT M.3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born October 13, 1900 in Chosea Springs, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died June 15, 1952 in Lake Charles, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana. He married MAGGIE ELETHIA HERBERT March 22, 1936 in DeQuincy, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana. She was born June 25, 1913 in Raymond, Jeff Davis Parish, Louisiana.

Children of WOODFORD HANNA and MAGGIE HERBERT are:

209. i. JUDSON WORTH6 HANNA, SR., b. November 05, 1936, Hackberry, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana; d. November 05, 1989, New Roads, Louisiana.

210. ii. LETTIE BELLE HANNA, b. December 25, 1938, Hackberry, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana.

211. iii. WALTER WAYNE HANNA, b. July 23, 1941, Hackberry, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana.

212. iv. NANCY MAE HANNA, b. March 16, 1944, Lake Charles, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana.

 

 

134. GRACE5 HANNA (ROBERT LEE4, ROBERT M.3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born February 14, 1904 in Chosea Springs, Calhoun County, Alabama, and died August 15, 1955 in Hall Summit, Red River, Louisiana. She married JESSE ROWLAND MANNING.

Children of GRACE HANNA and JESSE MANNING are:

i. PAT6 MANNING.

213. ii. MARGUERITE MANNING, b. August 08, 1922, Arcadia, Bienville Parish, Louisiana; d. November 03, 1985, Hall Summit, Red River Parish, Louisiana.

 

 

135. GENEVA5 HANNA (ROBERT LEE4, ROBERT M.3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 1906 in Hico, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, and died December 11, 1990 in Virginia Beach, Hampton County, Virginia. She married (1) ELWOOD HANES. He was born June 14, 1900 in Belle Fourche, South Dakota. She married (2) ULUS ELTON GRIFFIN, SR.. She married (3) FAY SHARP June 29, 1950. He was born January 28, 1912, and died December 24, 1972 in Lockburg, Arkansas.

Children of GENEVA HANNA and ELWOOD HANES are:

214. i. HAZEL PEGGY6 HANES, b. September 20, 1925, El Dorado, Arkansas.

215. ii. JAMES WILLARD HANES, SR., b. July 10, 1931, Hall Summit, Red River Parish, Louisiana.

 

Child of GENEVA HANNA and ULUS GRIFFIN is:

216. iii. ULYS ELTON6 GRIFFIN, JR., b. August 23, 1938, Hall Summit, Red River Parish, Louisiana.

 

 

136. JOHN5 HANNA (ROBERT LEE4, ROBERT M.3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born in Hico, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, and died in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana. He married (1) JEAN POTTASIL. He married (2) RHUE BURLEY October 02, 1928 in Dubach, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

Children of JOHN HANNA and JEAN POTTASIL are:

i. ERIC6 HANNA.

217. ii. JOHN HANNA, b. Abt. 1770, Virginia; d. Aft. 1850, Chosea Springs, Benton County, Alabama.

 

Children of JOHN HANNA and RHUE BURLEY are:

iii. WILLIAM EUGENE6 HANNA, b. 1930, Dubach, Licoln Parish, Louisiana.

218. iv. PATRICIA LOUISE HANNA, b. January 1930, Dubach, Licoln Parish, Louisiana.

219. v. NORMAN HANNA, b. October 31, 1931.

220. vi. DOROTHY JANE HANNA, b. May 31, 1934.

 

 

137. JOHN R. PAYNE5 HANNA (DELPHIA E.4, ROBERT M.3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 1880 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died in Athens, Webster Parish, Louisiana. He married EDNA RUPERT.

Children of JOHN HANNA and EDNA RUPERT are:

i. MARY ELIZABETH6 HANNA, m. UNKNOWN COFFEE.

ii. JOHN RUPERT HANNA, m. FRIEDA UNKNOWN.

 

 

138. HATTIE LEE5 HANNA (WOODFORD HENRY4, ROBERT M.3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born June 11, 1894 in Calhoun County, Alabama, and died March 04, 1974 in Calhoun County, Alabama. She married JAMES JERRY POLLOCK February 23, 1910 in Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama.

Child of HATTIE HANNA and JAMES POLLOCK is:

221. i. WILLIAM KLINE6 POLLOCK, b. January 11, 1911, Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama; d. July 22, 1973, Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama.

 

 

139. WOODFORD LUTHER5 HANNA, JR. (WOODFORD LUTHER4, JOHN WILEY3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born 1907 in Jacjson Parish, Louisiana. He married LUCILLE JOHNSON December 30, 1923 in Jackson Parish, Louisiana.

Children of WOODFORD HANNA and LUCILLE JOHNSON are:

i. JOHN W.6 HANNA, b. Abt. 1924, Jackson Parish, Louisiana; m. BETTYE ROBINSON, November 19, 1945, Jackson Parish, Louisiana.

ii. YAKIMA LUTHER HANNA, b. Abt. 1925, Jackson Parish, Louisiana; m. MIGNON ELIZABETH FRAZIER, June 02, 1953, Jackson Parish, Louisiana.

 

 

140. ALTA ORA5 HANNA (JOE TERRY4, WOODFORD VALENTINE3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN1) was born January 05, 1903 in Seymore, Baylor County, Texas, and died July 12, 1952 in Clovis, Curry County, New Mexico. She married (1) FLOYD HENRY ROBERTSON January 04, 1925. He was born October 02, 1904 in Knox County, Texas, and died September 30, 1973 in Crowell, Texas. She married (2) WHARTON SHAVER SMITH July 25, 1949 in Las Cruces, New Mexico. He was born September 12, 1898 in El Campo, Texas, and died November 12, 1979 in Sweetwater, Texas.

Children of ALTA HANNA and FLOYD ROBERTSON are:

222. i. WILLIE PAUL6 ROBERTSON, b. September 23, 1925, Seymore, Baylor County, Texas.

223. ii. GLENNA JEAN ROBERTSON, b. October 20, 1927, Seymore, Baylor County, Texas.

224. iii. MYRA SUE ROBERTSON, b. November 26, 1929, Farwell, Parmer County, Texas.

 

 

141. JAMES ALLEN5 HANNA (JOE TERRY4, WOODFORD VALENTINE3, WOODFORD ROBERT2, JOHN