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1  RIDDICK, Frances (I92)
 
2  BRYAN, Joseph Mark (I1185)
 
3  SCHERTZ, Chris John (I6241)
 
4  JOHNSON, Edith Angeline (I9370)
 
5  PERKINS, Brassfield J (I10468)
 
6  VINES, Rhoda H. (I10685)
 
7  TOLBERT, David E (I11097)
 
8  REARICK, Pearlette Josephine (I13120)
 
9  RADER, Clyde A. (I14072)
 
10  BRASSFIELD, Walter F (I14733)
 
11  BLAIR, Delois (I15421)
 
12  BRASSFIELD, Lucy A (I16246)
 
13  BRASFIELD, George Franklin (I17257)
 
14  BANKSTON, Charles Richard (I19155)
 
15  BRADFORD, Fay E (I20272)
 
16  MINOR, Austin Joseph Jr. (I20814)
 
17  ALLEN, Rholand Milford (I23682)
 
18  BRASSFIELD, Elmer Roy (I23828)
 
19  BRASSFIELD, Jesse Minter (I25989)
 
20  GRAY, James P. (I27805)
 
21  BRASFIELD, Irvin Adkins (I28615)
 
22  THURMAN, David Occodoso (I28671)
 
23  BRASFIELD, Ruth (I31659)
 
24  ANDERSON, Myrtle Delia (I32565)
 
25  BRASFIELD, Clarence (I33188)
 
26  NORMAN, Sarah Elizabeth (I35078)
 
27  SCHERTZ, Bessie Arlene (I36667)
 
28  MILLER, Shackelford (I37347)
 
29  CLEM, Ila (I39279)
 
30  CLARK, Lizzy Gage (I40625)
 
31  BRASSFIELD, T J (I41232)
 
32  CLEM, Jesse (I45264)
 
33  BRASFIELD, Rodney Hilton (I46827)
 
34
Joy Adele Brazfield, age 88, a resident of Albuquerque since 1967, died Thursday, May 17, 2018.
She is survived by her husband of 35 years, Richard Brazfield; daughter, Linda Caster; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and numerous other relatives and friends. Joy was preceded in death by her parents, George and Mildred Smock; daughter, Gloria Keller; and eight siblings.
She was born in 1929 in Haigler, NE and grew up on a farm. Joy moved to Colorado as a young lady where she was a beautician. She met Richard in 1966 in Mountainair, NM and they were married in 1983. She ran Joy's Hair Care for many years. Joy loved to oil paint and play the horses. She was loved by all who knew her and was always happy. Joy was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and friend and will be deeply missed by all who knew her.
Cremation has taken place and interment will take place at Santa Fe National Cemetery at a later date. 
SMOCK, Joy Adele (I52628)
 
35 !Goodspeed's History of Gibson, Weakley, Dyer and Lake Co., TN 1887 P. 989
(FHL# 178183)
1900 U.S. Census, Dist. #7, Weakley Co., TN ED 120, P. 104A (FHL# 1241605)
1880 U.S. Census, Dist. #7, Weakley Co., TN ED 170,. P. 208A
Weakley Co., TN Cemetery Listings, Vol 1, P. 31-32 (FHL# 976.824 V3W)
1870 U.S. Census, Dist. #7, Weakley Co., TN P. 125 (FHL# 553069)
Weakley Co., TN Marriage Records, Vol 2, P. 9
 
BRASFIELD, Josephine (I9656)
 
36 "...It must have been about the time of the Revolution that little Elizabeth Bates was stolen by the Indians. She was 12, the oldest of five children. Her parents had gone to a clear spot in the South Carolina wilderness where they had raised a crop. The group was preparing to return to the settlement, fearing an Indian attack. The father was helping the mother mount a horse when a war whoop broke the stillness.

Mrs. Bates begged her husband and neighbor to run. the women and children were taken prisoners. In camp, in the evening, some of the tribe brought in scalps. Elizabeth knew by the color of the hair and the bloody clothes that her father and his helper had met their deaths.
A little baby brother was born after that. then the Indians continued to retreat with their captives and in attempting to ford the swollen Roanoke River, the baby was drowned. The rest of the family were prisoners about a year.
Finally the whites and Indians exchanged prisoners and the Bates family went back to the home settlement."
Source: Perry Co., Illinois web-site
 
BATES, Elizabeth (I44839)
 
37 "Buried on a hill west of Crooksville, Kentucky" MOBERLY, John (I46076)
 
38 "FIRST CENSUS" OF KENTUCKY 1790 [p.1] HISTORY OF THE FIRST UNITED STATES CENSUS OF KENTUCKY [p.5] Kentucky Counties in 1790 page 14 Brasfield, Roy Madison 4/27/1789 BRASFIELD, Roy Madison (I15937)
 
39 "I'm greatly indebted to John H. Gaines, Jr., of Plano, Texas, for virtually all of the above data." http://members.aol.com/bromnichol/gaines.htm GAINES, James (I28122)
 
40 "Michigan, Death Certificates, 1921-1952"
Name: Addie Jane Jacob
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 11 Apr 1949
Event Place: Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, United States
Gender: Female
Age: 81
Marital Status: Widowed
Birth Date: 02 Oct 1867
Birthplace: Olive, Michigan
Birth Year (Estimated): 1868
Father's Name:William Sperry
Mother's Name:UKN.
GS Film number:1972931
Digital Folder Number:005362505
Image Number: 02911
 
SPERRY, Addie Jane (I45671)
 
41 "Rosa Brassfield" born in Arkansas in April 1886 is shown as a "Boarder" in Robert Allen Scroggins home in the 1900 Black Fork, Scott County, Census.
 
SCROGGINS, Robert Allen (I7854)
 
42 "Tolman Tucker Taylor Tyler Thomas Tilda Slaughter Brassfield"

Tolman Brassfield, Co. F. 2nd. Iowa Cavalry USA
Amity Cemetery, Amity, Oregon

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Mike,

On everything I've come across having to do with the Browns, the spelling has always been Brassfield.

1880 Census, Boise City, Ada County, Idaho Territory

35 Brassfield, Corrilla J. 33 IA ME OH
Lillie 12 IA MO IA
Frank M. 10 IA MO IA
Jared A. 8 KS MO IA
Alice 5 KS MO IA
Walter 4/12 ID MO IA
Ada County Mortality Census for Year Ending May 31, 1880
35 Brassfield, Tolman, age 39, male, white, married, born in Missouri, father born in
Tennessee, mother born in Virginia, farmer, died in August from Brites disease,
resided in the county 5 months, contacted the disease in 1861 while serving in the
Army, Dr. E. H. Sanders
35 Brassfield, Emma, age 2, female, white, born in Idaho, father born in Missouri,
mother born in Iowa, died in December from typhoid pneumonia
35 Tallman, Emily, age 57, female, white, widow, born in Ohio, father born in Maine,
mother born in Massachusetts, died in February from typhoid pneumonia, con-
tacted the disease in Oregon

On 18 Oct 1899 in Keosauqua, Van Buren county, Iowa, Jared A. Brassfield marrried Lucy Brown. On 1900 Census, Village Twp, Van Buren county, Iowa, Jared and Lucy are listed with Lloyd Brown and family. Also listed are Lewis LeRoy and Charles E. Brassfield, ages 15 and 13 (possibly from a previous Jared marriage?)

In 1916 obituary in Idaho Daily Statesman, Boise, ID: John Ancel Brassfield, 12 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brassfield, died at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Orlando Robbins, on Friday, 28 July 1916

Jared apparently went by Judd: Shoshone Journal, Shoshone, Idaho, 6 Nov 1899: Judd Brassfield and Miss Lucy Brown were united in the Holy bonds of Matrimony, at Leander, Iowa last week.

Never did run across his middle name; only initial A.

Hope this will be of some help to you. Floyd
 
BRASSFIELD, Tolman Tucker T. T. T. T. Slaughter (I20482)
 
43 # 1441 - Julia Wilson Brasfield, her middle name was not Eaton. According to one of her living granddaughters, her son Edwin Brasfield was very upset when the McAllister book was published showing her as Julia Eaton Wilson. I have not found any documents showing the middle name Eaton or any of her ancestors with that name. - Judy Ann Williams
 
WILSON, Julia (I6771)
 
44 #102915 - Anna Poetta born in Putnam County MO. Her father, J.M. Brasfield, settled in Putnam Co. in the spring of 1841 and he lived there until he died. She is identified in the 1860 Census, Elm, Putnam County as Po. My original source, her grandmother, Julia Wilson Brasfield, stated "Ann Poetta, born June 1857, died Nov. 1875." Pleasant Home Cemetery records show she died 4 May 1875 - 18 yrs., 4 mos., 25 days which means she would have been born 9 Dec. 1856. (I've also seen her name as Poe and Ann). I am sure all the children of James M. and Narcissa were born in Putnam Co. (although I don't have any actual documentation). - Judy Williams
 
BRASFIELD, Anna Poetta (I25531)
 
45 #1588 - James Madison Brasfield, born 7 July 1814 was not in the Civil War. I have seen information indicating he was, but I'm sure it is not accurate. I have read numerous bios, sketches, etc. on him and there is no mention of him serving in the Civil War, however there is information that his first 3 sons served (Richard Moberly, James Lewis and Nicholas William - I haven't found any documentation that Nicholas Wm. served). - Judy Ann Williams
 
BRASFIELD, James Madison (I33091)
 
46 <p><i>Consolidated Lists of Civil War Draft Registrations, 1863-1865</i>. NM-65, entry 172, 620 volumes. Records of the Provost Marshal General’s Bureau (Civil War), Record Group 110. National Archives, Washington D.C.</p> Source (S201)
 
47 <p>"Kansas Births and Christenings, 1818–1936." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records.</p> Source (S490)
 
48 <i>1930 Census of Merchant Seamen</i>. National Archives at Washington, D.C. M1932, RG 029, 3 rolls. Source (S221)
 
49 <i>Board of Trade: Commercial and Statistical Department and successors: Inwards Passenger Lists</i>. Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA). Series BT26, 1,472 pieces. <p>Data imaged from the National Archives, London, England. The National Archives gives no warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or fitness for the purpose of the information provided. Images may be used only for purposes of research, private study or education. Applications for any other use should be made to the National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 4DU.</p> Source (S2095)
 
50 <i>Oregon, Births and Christenings, 1868-1929</i>. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013. Source (S1661)
 

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