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Sunday, August 21, 2016

I Found the Bell Tower AND it is NOT in Texas!



On Friday, I posted the two photos seen below. I have been looking for the bell tower and the identity of those women for 18+ years. 






Years ago, I searched for this cemetery in Texas; visiting cemeteries, writing to other genealogists in counties where my families lived, and posting these photos on a variety of websites.  All with no success. 

Hours before posting these photos on Friday, I searched Newspapers.com and GenealogyBank for old newspapers mentioning a bell tower in a cemetery. I did a Google image search and checked the Texas History Portal. Again, no success!

I need to mention that I am currently organizing all of the photos that belonged to my father's brother and three sisters.  They are spread out on the dining room table and I try to make a little progress each day. So, after posting the cemetery photos on my blog, I decided to spend a little time with the photos on the dining room table. 

I don't know how long my Aunt DeRay dated Chris,
but they certainly looked happy in her photos.
It was sad to see that he died so young. 
Dad's sister, DeRay Bryan, didn't marry, but a large number of her photos were DeRay and a man, Chris Wieland. Most were taken in or near Borger, Texas.

A quick search for Chris Wieland, came up with a wife (Mildred) on the 1930 census in Borger and his full name, Chris Boss Wieland, on his WWI draft registration in Kay, Oklahoma. Both documents indicated that he worked as a mechanic in a garage. At Ancestry.com, I found he had a large number of siblings and that his parents resided in at least three states during their marriage; Kansas, Oklahoma, and California. Chris' brother, Leonard J. Wieland, owned a garage in Borger. 

At Find A Grave, I found Chris Wieland's grave in Cowley County, Kansas. He died December 22, 1935. Very surprised at his death date, I searched several genealogy sites for information about his death with no success.  I went back to Find - A - Grave, but didn't see any additional information and just as as I was ready to close the site, I noticed the bell tower.

Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Cowley County, Kansas - Photo taken by T. Hoddy - Used with Permission

The photos were taken at Chris Wieland's funeral in Kansas! The women in the photo are most likely Wieland family or friends. Another photo mystery solved!




Chris B. Wieland is buried in section C53, along with his brother, Guy, and his sister-in-law, Nell. 

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Sources

Baker, B. "Christopher B Wiland - Facts." Ancestry.com. Web. 21 Aug. 2016. <http://person.ancestry.com/tree/19875147/person/29557305504/facts>.

C B Wieland in the 1930 United States Federal Census. Ancestry.com. Web. 21 Aug. 2016. <http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?pid=29557305504&h=62720094&indiv=1>.

Cemeteries.  Cowley County. Cemeteries, Memorial Lawn Cemetery Records Search. Web. 21 Aug. 2016. <http://www.cowleycounty.org/cemeteries>.

Chris Boss Willand in the U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. Ancestry.com. Web. 21 Aug. 2016. <http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?h=1963608&db=ww1draft&indiv=1>.

Family photographs and documents from the collection of Diana Bryan Quinn.

Hoddy, T. Chris B. Wieland (1898 - 1935). Find A Grave Memorial. Web. 21 Aug. 2016. <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=45702720>.

Mayfield, J.  Chris B. Wieland (1898 - 1935). Find A Grave Memorial. Web. 21 Aug. 2016. <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=45702720>.

Memorial Lawn Cemetery - Google Maps. Web. 21 Aug. 2016. <https://www.google.com/maps/place/Memorial+Lawn+Cemetery,+Arkansas+City,+KS+67005/@37.1352644,-97.0429312,3a,60y,110.17h,96.35t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sCrCoLOtZ02qysSW82LSnDQ!2e0!7i3328!8i1664!4m5!3m4!1s0x87ba7efc0ffe9439:0x2ffdd111f48a6d5f!8m2!3d37.1352999!4d-97.0428446>.

Quinn, Diana. "Moments in Time, A Genealogy Blog: Friday's Photo: Another look at a Cemetery Photo."Moments in Time, A Genealogy Blog. 19 Aug 2016. Web. 21 Aug. 2016. <https://momentsintimeagenealogyblog.blogspot.com/2016/08/fridays-photo-another-look-at-cemetery.html>.



Friday, August 19, 2016

Friday's Photo: Another look at a Cemetery Photo


Carla, my third cousin 1x removed, wrote the following about this photo. 

I cannot tell for sure by any means, but the lady on the right sure looks like Mamie Allen Noah to me. O.E. And Mamie's oldest daughter, Gladys, had a daughter, Lucile Stroman, who was 6'1". If that's them, this pic would not have been taken at Phillip's funeral, since Lucile was born in 1923. You know the clothing of the period much better than I; could this picture have been taken circa 1940-ish? The funny thing is, I have a pair of Grandma Mamie's shoes, and they look just about identical to the ones the lady on the right is wearing. I'm sure they were quite common, so that could be coincidental.


DeRay Bryan (sitting)
Unknown Woman (standing)
Photo dated abt. 1936
I posted this cemetery photo in 2012 and assumed it was probably taken in Seymour, Texas where my Dad's family lived before the 1930s; the photos belonged to my aunts. However, there is no tower in a cemetery in Seymour. And, Carla is correct, the clothing styles appear to be 1940-ish. On the right is a photo of my Aunt, DeRay Bryan, dated abt. 1936. Her hat, coat, and shoes match the style of the taller woman in the cemetery photo. A browse through photos on a Google search showed similar styles in both the 1930s and 1940s. 

Mamie Allen Noah lived in Erath County. She was the wife of Oscar Edward Noah, my grandmother's first cousin. I hope Carla is correct and this is Mamie and Lucile. We need to compare photos of both women. 

AND, there are other questions. 

Is this cemetery in or near Erath County, Baylor County, or neither? 

Would Mamie have traveled a long distance to attend a funeral? 

Who took this photo? If it was one of the Bryan sisters, then it would probably have been a family funeral. 

Could it have been Buster Bryan's funeral in 1940? That would put the cemetery in Seymour. 

Does anyone recognize this bell tower? 






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Sources

Family photographs and documents from the collection of Diana Bryan Quinn.

Sunday, August 14, 2016

From the Files of Marguerite Cook Clark: Kade G. Gardner

Kade Gardner, also seen as Kader Gray Gardner, can be found as a seven year old boy on the 1880 census of Red River Parish. According to a later draft registration his birthday was August 3, 1873. 

His parents were Richard S. Gardner (1821-1913) and Winnie M. Garder (1840-1933). Known siblings were Louisa, Charles, Walter, and Roxy. 

Kade, a farmer and carpenter, married Charlotte Dicy Allums on December 23, 1900 in Red River Parish. They had children Lottie Gray Gardner, Roy Allums Gardner, and Dudley Lucille Gardner. 

By 1910, Kade was working as a barber and living with his family in Ringgold. 

Still in Ringgold, Kade ran a boarding house in 1920. His family lived in the home along with several boarders. His 79 year old mother, a widow, was also living with him. On this census, her name is written as Mary, not Winnie. 

In the 1930 and 1940 census records, Kade's occupation was reported to be a carpenter in a cabinet shop. 

I browsed the Northwest Louisiana newspapers at Newspapers.com and saw that he was a Justice of the Peace in Bienville Parish as early as 1921 and found one mention of him serving in 1940. Newspapers for that area of Louisiana are sparse so we might assume that he was a Justice of the Peace for many years. 

Kade died on June 21, 1953. He is buried in Providence Cemetery in Bienville Parish along with his wife, mother, and several family members. His father is buried in Social Springs Cemetery, Red River Parish, along with some of Kade's siblings. 


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Sources

Family photographs and documents from the collection of Marguerite Cook Clark. Accessed April 28, 2014 and September 14, 2014. Used with permission.

"Kada G. Gardner in the 1880 United States Federal Census." 1880 United States Federal Census. Red River Parish, LA, June 1880. Web. 14 Aug. 2016. <http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?h=6978009&db=1880usfedcen&indiv=1>.

"Kader Gardner in the 1900 United States Federal Census." 1900 United States Federal Census. Red River Parish, LA, 3 Jun 1900. Web. 14 Aug. 2016. <http://interactive.ancestry.com/7602/004120193_00768/22048656>

"Kader G Gardner in the 1910 United States Federal Census." 1910 United States Federal Census. Bienville Parish, LA, 3 May 1910. Web. 14 Aug. 2016. <http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?h=9061794&db=1910USCenIndex&indiv=try>.

"Kadie Gardner in the 1920 United States Federal Census." 1920 United States Federal Census. Bienville Parish, LA, 9 Feb 1920. Web. 14 Aug. 2016. <http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?h=29022891&db=1920usfedcen&indiv=try>.

"Kader Gray Gardener in the U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918." World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. Bienville Parish, LA, 12 Sept 1918. Web. 14 Aug. 2016. <http://search.ancestry.com//cgi-bin/sse.dll?h=27459779&db=WW1draft&indiv=1>.

"Kade Gardner - Louisiana, Marriages, 1718-1925 - Ancestry.com." Louisiana, Marriages, 1718-1925 - Ancestry.com.  Web. 9 Aug. 2016. <http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=lamarriages_ga>.

"Richard S. Gardner (1821 - 1913) - Find A Grave Memorial."  Find A Grave Memorial. Social Springs Cemetery, Red River Parish, LA, 18 Mar 2015. Web. 14 Aug. 2016. <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&amp;GRid=143880928&amp;ref=acom>.

"Winnie M. Gardner (1840 - 1933) - Find A Grave Memorial."  Find A Grave Memorial. Providence Cemetery, Bienville Parish, LA, 3 Feb 2008. Web. 14 Aug. 2016. <http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Gardner&GSiman=1&GSst=20&GSsr=761&GRid=24348782&>.

Friday, August 5, 2016

Friday's Photo: Thanks to Facebook, a Confederate Soldier is Identified.

John Lawson Wimberly  1826 - 1888

I found this photo posted to the Facebook group, LIVING HISTORIES OF NORTH LOUISIANA FAMILIES. The owner graciously allowed me to share it on my blog.

John Lawson Wimberly looks  exactly like a soldier in this photo from the collection of Marguerite Cook Clark. 

Click here to read more about this photo. 



Enlarged on my computer, I could see the straps, collar, and other accessories in the same position on each photo. Even the hat and hairline match!  Not only could it be the same person, but it was probably taken on the same day. 

The soldier was identified on Facebook as John Lawson Wimberly of Bienville Parish, Louisiana and the same photo was one of three identified as John Lawson Wimberly in The Wimberly Family History compiled by Vera Wimberly. 

The photo on the left reminds me of Joseph Bryan (left). 
Marguerite Cook Clark was a great-granddaughter of Sarah Wimberly Bryan, sister of John Lawson Wimberly. It makes perfect sense that Marguerite would have had this photo. But, who are the others? 

The soldier standing could easily be Sarah's husband, Joseph Bryan. His nose and mouth are very similar and a wave appears in the same place in the beards of the men in both photos. A better copy of this photo would help with this comparison. The third man is not yet identified. 

Thank you to my third cousin three times removed, Marisa, for adding me to the LIVING HISTORIES OF NORTH LOUISIANA FAMILIES Facebook group and to Ken for allowing me to share the photo. 


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Family photographs and documents from the collection of Marguerite Cook Clark. Accessed April 28, 2014 and September 14, 2014. Used with permission.

"LIVING HISTORIES OF NORTH LOUISIANA FAMILIES." Facebook., 25 Nov. 2014. Web. 5 Aug. 2016. <https://www.facebook.com/groups/196658893713479/>.

Photograph of John Lawson Wimberly from the collection of Ken Shively. Used with permission. 

Quinn, Diana B. "Moments in Time, A Genealogy Blog: Friday's Photo - Three Civil War Soldiers."Blogger, 18 Sept. 2015. Web. 5 Aug. 2016. <https://momentsintimeagenealogyblog.blogspot.com/2015/09/fridays-photo-three-civil-war-soldiers.html>.

Wimberly, Vera. Wimberly Family History: Ancestors, Relatives, and Descendants of William Wimberly, Pioneer from Georgia to Louisiana, 1837. Houston, Tex.: D. Armstrong, 1979. Print. 

Friday, July 29, 2016

Friday's Photo: Young Whit Bryan - Borger, Texas




I spent the day moving my photos and albums to a new location and found this photo of Dad, Whit Criswell Bryan. He appears to be a young teen. He looks much younger than in his photo as a senior in high school. I am guessing maybe 13? 14? It's very large and I couldn't get a good scan. The smaller photo shows the full length.

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Thursday, July 28, 2016

Letter to Lizzie Ragan from Bryant Regan - Oh, how I wish that he could have answered her questions!




Redic Bryan Regan 1854-1919 & Sarah Elizabeth Gardner Regan 1851-1928
Photo courtesy of Nancy Collins
This letter, written by Bryant Regan (aka Redic Bryan/Bryant Regan or Reddick Bryan/Bryant Regan), of Ringgold in Bienville Parish, can be found on my website. I found a copy of the original when I was looking for information on last week's post Louisa Marion Regan Gregg Brice

I transcribed this letter over 10 years ago to place on my website. A copy of this letter was sent to me by Bill Ragan.  It was originally copied and sent to him by E. Ragan Pruitt. This letter and others belonged to Lizzie Ragan and their location is currently unknown. 

Lizzie wanted to know about "Grandpa." That would be Reddick Bryan. Bryant didn't remember anything about great-grandpa and great-grandpa. That would be the parents of Reddick Bryan and/or the parents of Elizabeth Regan. Oh, how I wish that he could have answered her questions!

However, I know so much more than I did when I received this letter! Photos of the three brothers killed in the war have been shared with me. I have a photo of Dollie Rogers, her husband and her daughter


                           
                                                                                                 Ringgold La apr 20th 15
                                                                                                 Miss Lizzie Regan
                                                                                                 Bronwood Ga

 Dear Cousin

            Received your letter today was surprised to get a letter   I often thought of the Regan family what had become of them   I am the only boy of the family living have two sisters left and as far as knowing any thing about grandfather Bryan  I don’t remember much about him  my father has been dead about  - 35 yr  I know I have heard him speak of him but don’t remember much he said  I am 61 yr old    there were 4 Bro of us but the 3 Bro got killed in the war.  I am the only one of papa children that bears the Regan name  I have two boy and 3 girls  all married I have eight grandchildren by the Regan name    Papa raised 10 children all of them married except the ones that got kilt in the war  I will give my sister address she is older than I am maybe she can tell you more about grandpa  I remember Jodie came ____   ___   about –30 yr ago but I didn’t get to see him they sent for me to come see him but it was so I couldn’t go   would love to see you and talk with you   I can’t write much   Grandma children are all dead that she raised here  I don’t know anything about great-grandpa and great-grandma   I can’t think of their names so maybe next time I write you I can think of more to write you    Sure was good to hear from you so you write to Sister Dollie Rogers  Gibbsland La to and maybe she can tell you more than I can be sure and send me your picture so I will quit for this time and write soon and a long letter give my best regards to Jodies family

            I am yours  Bryant Regan


                                                                                                 

People mentioned in this letter are below. Click on the links to learn more. 

Lizzie Regan – Elizabeth Leurany Ragan, also Miss Lizzie, was the daughter of Julius Leurany Speight and Dr. Spann Ragan. She wrote numerous letters to learn more about her family’s family history.

Bryant Regan – Reddick Bryan Regan was the son of John Regan and Martha Davis. He was married to Sarah Elizabeth “Sallie” Gardner.

Grandfather Bryan – Reddick Bryan

Grandma – Elizabeth Regan Bryan

My father – John Regan was the son of Joseph Regan, Jr. and Elizabeth S. Regan who later married Reddick Bryan.

Three brothers killed in the war were John Tolbert Regan who died January 20, 1864, James Monroe Regan who died July 28, 1864, and Thomas Span Regan who died February 5, 1865.

Bryant Regan’s children –  John Tolbot Regan, Amy Howard Regan, Joe Bryan Regan, Mary M. Regan, Katherine Elizabeth Regan, Ollie Ola Regan, James Richard Regan

Bryant Regan’s siblings were John, Louisa, James, Elizabeth, Sarah, Thomas, Joseph, Mary Catherine, Dorthy  (also mentioned as Dollie Rogers) and Lucy.

Grandma’s children – Grandma was Elizabeth Spann Regan and the children that she raised were John Regan and Spann Ragan and the Bryan children; James, Baker, Joseph, Tilman, Terrell, Dorothy, Georgia Ann Frances, and Catherine Amanda. At the time that Bryant Regan wrote the letter, Terrell was still living in Texas.

Jodie - This may be Joseph Thomas Ragan, son of Spann Ragan and Julius Speight, brother of Lizzie. Her brother's visit many years ago was mentioned in another letter.


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Sunday, July 24, 2016

Louisa Marion Regan Gregg Brice

One of four pages copied from the Regan Family Bible - location unknown.
Note that "Births" was written over the preprinted "Marriages." Louisa's
birth is recorded on this page. An old transcription shows her name as Louise;
however, all other records show her name as Louisa. 

This post was decided when I saw a Facebook post of the Brice Cemetery in Bienville Parish, Louisiana. Louisa is buried in this cemetery; however, in the cemetery transcription, her maiden name is said to be Davis. I checked numerous family trees on the Internet and found Davis was often recorded as her maiden name as well.  Wanting to clear this up, I knew that I needed to write a post about Louisa. 

Louisa Marion Regan was the second child born to John Regan and Martha Davis. She was a grandchild of my great-great-grandmother, Elizabeth Regan Bryan, and her first husband, Joseph Regan. Three of four census records indicate that Louisa was born in Louisiana. It is said that Reddick Bryan and his wife Elizabeth came from Georgia to Louisiana with most of their family in the fall of 1838. 

Deed records show the John Regan family living in Bossier Parish in the late 1850s until at least 1860. The bible transcription and a compilation of Louisiana marriage records by Jordan Dodd indicate that Louisa Regan married John J. Gregg in Bossier Parish on February 17, 1857 (Oddly, a second marriage date of July 2, 1857 is also found in this publication). 

John J. Gregg and Louisa M. Gregg were recorded on the 1860 census in Bossier Parish along with a one year old child, John J. Gregg. It is assumed this child died at an early age as he was not found in records after this time. 

Another child, Lilla May Gregg was born in 1863. Lilla married W. L. Gilmer. She died on March 2, 1902 and is said to be buried in the Gilmer Cemetery in Webster Parish. This is also the burial place of her grandfather, John Gregg, who died in 1853. 

Bossier Banner - September 1866
John J. Gregg enlisted in Company C, Louisiana 6th Cavalry Regiment during the Civil War. He was on a list of soldiers paroled at Shreveport in June 1865, but lived only a little more than a year following as Louisa M. Gregg was applying to be the administratrix of the succession of his estate in September 1866. 

By 1870, Louisa was the wife of Columbus C. Brice and living in Bienville Parish with his children from his marriage to Francis A. Simpson along with her daughter, Lilla. 

Louisa and Columbus had children Samuel Regan Brice, William Clarence Brice, Thomas Glover Brice, T. Bryan Brice, Ambrose Brice, and Hattie Brice. Death records were found for four of these children; all recorded with Regan as their mother's maiden name. 

Louisa died on July 19, 1908 and is buried in Brice Cemetery in Bienville Parish along with her husband and many family members. 

Louisa's mother, Martha Ann E. Davis was buried in
the Bryan Cemetery in Bienville Parish
We know that Louisa's maiden name was Regan and nothing I found when researching indicated that Louisa ever had the name Davis. Her mother was a Davis, a cousin married a Davis, and in Bossier Parish there was a Louisa Davis who was married to a John J. Davis.  All could have caused some confusion. But, I could be wrong - Louisa could have married a Davis prior to John J. Gregg or before Columbus Brice. Does anyone have documentation? 


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Ancestry.com. 1860 United States Federal; Census Place: Bossier, Louisiana; Roll: M653_408; Page: 718; Image: 277; Family History Library Film: 803408. Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009.

Ancestry.com. 1870 United States Federal; Census Place: Ward 1, Bienville, Louisiana; Roll: M593. Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009.

Ancestry.com. 1880 United States Federal; Census Place: 1st Ward, Bienville, Louisiana; Roll: 448; Family History Film: 1254448; Page: 540C; Enumeration District: 006. Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009.

Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal; Census Place: Police Jury Ward 1, Bienville, Louisiana; Roll: T623_558; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 1. Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009.

The Bossier Banner. (Bossier Parish, LA), Newspaper, September 29, 1866; microfilm. Accessed July 2007. 

"Brice Cemetery, Bienville Parish Cemeteries of LA Gloria B. Mayfield." Brice Cemetery, Bienville Parish Cemeteries of LA Gloria B. Mayfield. Web. 24 Jul. 2016. <http://www.cemeteries-of-tx.com/Louisiana/Bienville/cemetery/Brice.htm>.

Dame, Debra Walker. 2001. Gilmer Cemetery, Webster Parish, LA. Web. 24 Jul. 2016. <http://files.usgwarchives.net/la/bossier/cemeteries/gilmercem.tx>

Dodd, Jordan R., comp. Louisiana Marriage Records, 1851-1900. Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.

Family photographs and documents (John Regan Family Bible) from the collection of Marguerite Cook Clark. Accessed April 28, 2014 and September 14, 2014. Used with permission.

"Hettie Brice Pratt in the U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007." Web. 24 Jul. 2016. <http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?h=6012161&db=numident&indiv=1>.

"Louisiana Deaths Index, 1850-1875, 1894-1956," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FS19-KT1 : 12 December 2014), Samuel Ragan Brice, 14 Jan 1951; citing Arcadia, Bienville, Louisiana, certificate number 0083, State Archives, Baton Rouge; FHL microfilm 1,418,605.

"Louisiana Deaths Index, 1850-1875, 1894-1956," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FS1Z-THH : 12 December 2014), Thomas Glover Brice, 05 May 1934; citing Arcadia, Bienville, Louisiana, certificate number 5001, State Archives, Baton Rouge; FHL microfilm 2,113,573.

"Louisiana Deaths Index, 1850-1875, 1894-1956," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F3QD-XV4 : 12 December 2014), William Clarence Brice, 23 Aug 1923; citing Shreveport, Caddo, Louisiana, certificate number 8799, State Archives, Baton Rouge; FHL microfilm 2,367,332.

"Soldier Details - The Civil War (U.S. National Park Service)." Soldier Details - The Civil War (U.S. National Park Service). N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Jul. 2016. <https://www.nps.gov/civilwar/search-soldiers-detail.htm?soldierId=E67108A3-DC7A-DF11-BF36-B8AC6F5D926A>.