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101 (or Tennessee) BRASSFIELD, Lorendo (I18436)
 
102 (or) Higbee, Randolph, Missouri, USA BRASFIELD, Lewis Green (I13612)
 
103 (Pearl River Cemetery BRASFIELD, John M (I33164)
 
104 (possibly) BRASFIELD, William (I4297)
 
105 (probably) JONES, Andrew Patrick (I992)
 
106 (probably) JONES, Elvin B. (I17670)
 
107 (probably) NORTHINGTON, John Electious Lewis (I25713)
 
108 (probably) BRASFIELD, Asa (I29632)
 
109 (probably) BRASSFIELD, James Louis (I30490)
 
110 (probably) VAN NIMAN, Ella M (I30752)
 
111 (probably) BRASSFIELD, Angeline Mariah (I36853)
 
112 (probably) TUCKER, Tryforia (I37559)
 
113 (probably) BRASSFIELD, Sally Emmeline (I38065)
 
114 (Rosemount) GLOVER, Mary Willey Ann (I39229)
 
115 (Shanghi Cemetery HODGES, Vera Viola (I26706)
 
116 * John L. BRASFIELD married Rhoda VINES March 15, 1865 in Jefferson County, Alabama. John L. was the father of William Leonard Brasfield, who married Minnie Lee Payne. John was my maternal g-grandfather.

* William Leonard BRASFIELD married Minnie Lee PAYNE on March 14, 1903 in Walker County, Alabama. He was my maternal grandfather.

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Howdy once again Michael! I am enclosing this email to update the children of John L. Brasfield and Rhoda Vines. On your site you have 2 sets of the same child and 1 extra that does not belong. First of all, the children named Aner, Lulen and Amanda are really Anna, Lucy and Minnie whom you do list. The Aner, Lulen and Amanda names which are mentioned in the MacAlister book are the names that Rhoda provided to the federal government when she tried to file for her widow's civil war pension after John L. died. Rhoda was illiterate and the names were written down as she pronounced them. According to my kin, Rhoda was a less than ideal mother and that my ggrandfather Henry and his sister Ida raised their younger siblings while Rhoda was off doing who knows what. I have a copy of the pension application and my ggrandfather Henry signs as a witness while Rhoda signed with an X. You also list on the site a child named Ambrose Brasfield. There was no such child. You may have him mixed up with Anna's husband Ambrose Quinn whom you do list correctly. Here is a correct list of all the children and their birthdates and spouses. There is still an ongoing debate as to Henry's birthdate. My dad says he was born in 1869, Henry's tombstone says 1871 and the 1910 census, which I chose to accept as a compromise says 1870. Aunt Ida is also debated as to 1870 or 1871 so since I am male I am saying 1871!

Henry Wadsworth Brasfield b. 1/1870 m. 1. Belle McCarty 2. Augusta Jetton
Ida Brasfield b. 1871 m. Marion Ballinger
Anna Brasfield b. 12/24/1876 m. Ambrose Quinn
Lena Brasfield b. 2/25/1878 m.Evan Quinn
William Leonard "Lee" Brasfield b. 10/29/1880 m. Minnie Lee Payne
Lucy Brasfield b. 3/14/1882 m. Hessie Quinn
Minnie Brasfield b. 10/26/1886 m. William Alexander

Ambrose and Evan Quinn were brothers and Hessie Quinn was their first cousin. I know of at least 7 occasions where Brasfields and Quinns got together and had children, including my grandparents. The birthdates for the children are taken from tombstones but as we have seen they may not be accurate as well. Thank you once again for the time that you put into this and whenever I get free time I will pass along more information. Have a nice day.
Paul Kenneth Brasfield
Palestine, Texas USA
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Howdy Michael,
There has been much debate and speculation in my family over which side John L. Brasfield served with during the Civil War. The McAllister book on page 607 lists him with the 1st Alabama Calvary and the 12th Tennessee. Both units were Union outfits. His wife Rhoda made a pension claim # 504437 attesting to his service. I have a copy of that pension claim from the national archives and his name was never found as being a member of any of those units nor do I believe that Rhoda ever got her pension. Given the shady and not too pleaseant reputation of my 2d greatgrandmother it is possible that she made up the story of John serving for the Union just to try to get any pension she could get her hands on. My greatgrandfather Henry W. Brasfield, Peter Copeland and Thomas and Mary Trice all signed as witnesses on her behalf. She claims that John served from 1864 till the end of the war and that he hid out in the woods while on furlough as to not be caught by the rebels. What is strange is that they were married in March 1865 while the war was still going on. I recently found a website to which shows strong evidence that John L served with the Confederates. http://www.geocities.com/coh41/13thBtlnAlParRgrs.html details the history and muster rolls of the 13th Battallion Partisan Rangers. They were a Confederate calvary unit formed in Jasper, Alabama in September 1862. Company B lists a John Brasfield, with one s, along with a few Alexanders, a CC Ballinger, WT Hancock and Daniel Trice. The names listed above are surnames that appear often in my family tree. Company C lists two McCartys as well as two Jettuns who may be Jettons. My greatgrandfather Henry married both a McCarty and a Jetton. I am convinced that John L. Brasfield did in fact serve for the Confederacy at one time. It is possible that he did switch sides later as the war turned in favor of the Union even though I can't verify his service other than what Rhoda claims. I thought that this little bit of history may be of interest to the website under your stories or Military section. The above weblink may also be a helpful tool on your site for other Brasfields interested in Civil War history. Thank you once again for your dedication to our website as always.
Paul Kenneth Brasfield
Palestine, Texas USA

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Notes for John L Brasfield:
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The 13th Battalion Alabama Partisan Rangers
Roster Of Company B
Brasfield, John - Private Enlisted September 6,1862 at Jasper,Alabama. _________________________________________________________
(Per Deanne Quinn Phillips,
John L was a private in the Union Army, in Company D, 1st Al
and later Company M, 12th Tennesse Regiment as cook (Civil War).
Deanne also sent me copies where Henry Brasfield &
Peter Copeland attested a statement for pension claim for Rhoda.)
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1850 U.S. Census, Greene Cty, Al
Brasfield, Alfred-43-M-Teacher, Aney (Orey) 37- F
John L-10-M, William H-7- M, James D-5- M
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1860 U.S. Census, Walker Cty, Al. Eastern Div, P.O. Democrat,
Pg 911, Family #336,
Brassfield, Alfred-53 M School teacher, Amy -45 F Domestic
John L-18 M Farm labor, William H-15 M Farm labor
(Lives next door to James T Davis)
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Sentiment on John L Brasfield's tombstone at Snow Grave yard:
A light from our household is gone,
A voice we loved is still,
A place is vacant in our hearts that can never be filled
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More About John L Brasfield:
Burial: Snow Cem, Hwy 269 Pumpkin Center,Walker Cty, Al
 
BRASFIELD, John L (I43821)
 
117 * John L. BRASFIELD married Rhoda VINES March 15, 1865 in Jefferson County, Alabama. John L. was the father of William Leonard Brasfield, who married Minnie Lee Payne. John was my maternal g-grandfather.

Postmaster of the Flat Creek Post Office established on March 8, 1908. His brother, Henry W. Brasfield, was listed as the postmaster of the Clough Post Office in Quinton, Alabama from 1898 to 1912.
 
BRASFIELD, William Leonard (I13701)
 
118 * Timothy Alan Brasfield was fined $221 for stealing, second offense. Hannibal, Missouri 1/13/1998 ******************** * Timothy Brasfield, charged with unlawful use of a weapon. He waived a preliminary hearing and was bound over to Circuit Court for arraignment March 6. Hannibal, Missouri 3/17/00 ********************** Web posted Tuesday, May 9, 2000 Current charge carries possible life sentence By BEV DARR Courier-Post Staff Writer bdarr@courierpost.com Although the victim, Timothy Brasfield, has died in an assault case being investigated by the Hannibal Police Department (HPD), the first-degree assault charge against the defendant may remain, according to the police department. Mr. Brasfield, 21, of Hannibal, died Thursday, five days after being hospitalized. James Paul Holman, 23, of Hannibal, is charged with first-degree assault for the incident. His next scheduled court appearance is a preliminary hearing at 1:30 p.m. Monday, May 22. He is in Marion County Jail in Palmyra, with bond set at $100,000. Marion County Prosecuting Attorney Tom Redington has explained that he will make a decision about filing any new charges after receiving the specific cause of death from the autopsy report. The incident is continuing to be investigated by the HPD, where Lt. Joe Hunold, head of the detective division, explained that the current charge against Holman may not be changed, because its conviction carries the maximum penalty for any crime in Missouri, short of first-degree murder. The possible penalties for conviction of a Class A felony of first-degree assault are 10 to 30 years in prison, life in prison, and/or a $10,000 fine. Noting it will be the prosecuting attorney's decision whether to change the assault charge, Hunold explained that if it were amended to a murder charge, it could be a Class B charge of voluntary manslaughter, which would carry a lesser penalty. Class B felonies carry a possible penalty of five to 15 years in prison. Another choice, involuntary manslaughter, carries a maximum penalty of seven years, Hunold said. "If you leave it at first-degree assault, he is looking at probably the maximum penalty that can be invoked on any crime (except first-degree murder), as far as how much time you can serve in prison," Hunold said. Second-degree murder also is a Class A felony, he said, but "an assault charge is easier to prove than a murder charge would be." Mr. Brasfield died at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Blessing Hospital in Quincy, Ill. He had been on life support prior to his death, according to the police. An autopsy was performed in Illinois, and the autopsy report will be given to the HPD. An inquest will be scheduled later in May in Quincy, according to Adams County, Ill., Coroner Gary Hamilton. Hunold said Hannibal police officers will testify at the autopsy. The HPD was informed of the assault shortly after noon on April 29, when Mr. Brasfield reported he had been injured with a baseball bat while he was at Travelodge, 500 Mark Twain Ave. He refused medical treatment and also refused to cooperate with the police and file charges against anyone, according to the police report. After being found to have outstanding Ralls County warrants, Mr. Brasfield was transported by Ralls County officers to the Marion County Jail in Palmyra, which also is used by Ralls County. The warrants were related to a traffic charge for which he had a commitment order to serve a few days in jail, according to the police. After being taken to the jail, Mr. Brasfield seemed to be fine, according to Marion County Sheriff Dan Campbell, who reported the victim was talking to people, making phone calls and eating meals. However, a few hours later Mr. Brasfield became disoriented and wasn't coherent, so he was taken to the hospital by ambulance, Campbell said. The assault investigation began April 29, Hunold said, and since then six or seven people have been interviewed by the HPD detective division. Hunold said the incident involved a fight. He emphasized that although six people were at the scene of the assault, "that does not mean they were involved in the altercation." He added that, "we have all the people interviewed we need to interview at the moment, and we have a few more people we want to talk to. Other than that we are pretty much done with the case."
 
BRASFIELD, Timothy Alan (I1275)
 
119 *** See page 288 of Brasfield - named after John Strode Brasfield (4/5/1825 - 2/1900) *** Received from Maggie Adams on 10/11/2000 Maggie_Adams@capgroup.com I have some of the information you are missing on Guy Brasfield Park (ID I2249) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ? my great-grandfather. Wife: Eleanora Gabbert Born: 9 Sept. 1894 (near Platte City, Missouri) Died: 25 Feb. 1984, Columbia, Missouri Henrietta Park Krause Born: 26 Dec. 1910, Platte City, Missouri Died: 20 Oct. 1997, Columbia, Missouri Thank you for having such a complete site! Park, Guy Brasfield (1872-1946), Papers (C8) 1932-1936 2255 f. Personal and official papers of Democratic governor of Missouri from 1933 to 1937. Material concerns affairs of state government during a period of severe economic depression and includes information on the operations of the state and federal governments during the first term of Franklin D. Roosevelt. 1) Government 2) Politics PARK, Guy Brasfield (I21920)
 
120 *Father was Elliot Gilfoy Brassfield, Sr. also known as "LT".

TEC 5 US ARMY WORLD WAR II

Printed in the Times Post, Houston, Mississippi dated February 1, 1984.

Elliot (Bud) Brassfield, age 60, died Friday, January 27 at his home. Funeral services were held Sunday, January 29 at Memorial Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in Wesley Chapel Cemetery with Rev. Charles Flake officiating.

The son of Mrs. Ida Blansett Brassfield Clemons and the late L T Brassfield, he was a retired farmer.

Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Ida Clemons of Houston; three daughters, Mrs. Sharon Tallent and Mrs. Monette Maher, both of Okolona and Mrs. Teresa Spencer of Shannon; two sons, Eddie M Brassfield of Okolona and Ted Brassfield of Jackson; three sisters, Mrs. Mable Gann and Mrs. Lillie Mae Bufford, both of Houston and Mrs. Inez Dotson of Woodland; two brothers, Claud Brassfield of Houston and Rex Brassfield of Woodland and five grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Ronnie Cole, Tom Audett, Scott Murphree, Bill Blansett, Randolph Gregory and Max Brassfield.

Memorial Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
 
BRASSFIELD, Elliot Gilfoy Jr. (I865)
 
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James COCKAYNE
Sex: M

Event(s):
Birth: 6 Jun 1802
Whitewater Mm, Wayne, Indiana

Parents:
Father: James COCKAYNE
Mother: Elizabeth

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Sheet: 27
 
COCKAYNE, James Jr. (I24450)
 
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Joseph Mc Daniel BRASFIELD
Sex: M

Event(s):
Born: ABT 1856
Hardin', 'Tennessee

Parents:
Father: James Alsey BRASFIELD
Mother: Jane PHILLIPS

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Film Number: 1985604
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Joseph Mc Daniel BRASFIELD
Sex: M

Event(s):
Born: ABT 1866
Hardin', 'Tennessee

Parents:
Father: James Alsey BRASFIELD
Mother: Jane PHILLIPS
 
BRASFIELD, Joseph Marvin (I34276)
 
123 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Nancy MCLAUGHLIN (AFN: MPT9-9G) Sex: F -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Event(s): Birth: Abt 1780 , , , Pa Death: Living 1850 Census, Smithfield Township, Jefferson Co, Oh, Age 71 MCLAUGHLIN, Nancy (I41)
 
124 ---11. Annette Acree McClain Brasfield, b. 1876, m. George Clifton Acree (b. 1884, d. 1963), d. 1959 ---------(Louisa Etta "Lucy", b. 3 4 1871) ?. "Annette" and " Louisa Etta"...lots of "uh" sounds in there... http://www.aoc.nrao.edu/~mstephen/genemack.htm MCCLAIN, Lucy Annette (I2077)
 
125 .
 
BRASFIELD, George Ellis (I12151)
 
126 . BRASSFIELD, WILLIAM PVT K 44 MO INF DATE OF DEATH: 04/20/1865 BURIED AT: SITE 6838 CHALMETTE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK SAINT BERNARD HIGHWAY CHALMETTE, LA 70043 (504) 271-2412 BRASSFIELD, William (I45129)
 
127 ... Survivors include four sons, Dale Brassfield and Dennis Brassfield, both of Dumas, Texas, Morris Brassfield of Houston and Terry Brassfield of Cushing; three ... ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ ok/payne/obits/brassfield.txt BRASSFIELD, Frank Albert (I39994)
 
128 0 SPLAWN MAYBERRY El Dorado County CA 344 Diamond Springs Federal Population Schedule CA 1850 Federal Census Index CAS7a5073694
1850 SPLAWN MAYBERRY El Dorado County CA 367 Mud Springs Federal Population Schedule CA 1850 Federal Census Index CAS7a5073695

1860 SPLAWN MAYBERRY Nodaway County MO 066 Quitman P. O. Federal Population Schedule MO 1860 Federal Census Index MO06010830

Name: Splawn, Mayberry A
County: Portland, OR
Death Date: 24 Jul 1951
Certificate: 8280
Spouse: Lula

Database: Library of Congress 50,000 Bibliographic Sources
Combined Matches: 1
Genealogical Publications: A List of 50,000 Sources from the Library of Congress
Family Histories

TITLE: Family of Mayberry Splawn and Bethena McHaney /
AUTHOR(S): Smith, David L. (David Lewis), 1920- (Main)
PUBLISHED: Atlanta, Ga. (2330 Greenglade Rd. NE, Atlanta 30345) : D.L. Smith, [1989]
DESCRIPTION: 27 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
NOTES: Cover title. Includes index.
SUBJECTS: Splawn family.
McHaney family.
Splawn, Mayberry, ca. 1801-1852--Family.
McHaney, Bethena, ca. 1806-1889--Family.
LC CALL NO.: CS71.S7591989
DEWEY CLASS NO.: 929/.2/0973 ED: 20
FORMAT: Book
LCCN: 91-167526

I am very interested in this Steven Baxter Splawn as just tonight I was out at our friends whom we have known all our lives. Their father was Stephen Baxter Splawn and I had asked them about their genealogy as I wanted to help them find more info. The dates are not the same. The Stephen we are looking for was their father. He was born 11-8-1885 (Oklahoma) and died 10-14-1951 (Gresham, Oregon). He married Willie Logan Rushing on 11-6-1909 in Oklahoma. Stephen's father was John William Splawn who was born in Missouri 11-12-1853 and his mother was Mary Cam Jaye who was born 9-5-1855 in Illinois. Do you think that your Steven Baxter Splawn might be a brother to John William Splawn? John William Splawn's father was listed in their papers as Mayberry Splawn of Missouri and only showed the name Caroline as Mayberry's wife from Kentucky. Stephen's family settled in Gresham, Oregon I think in the 1930's. He owned a restaurant at the State Fair, but had other work. Their family does have more information, if you think we are on the right track. Stephen and Willie (mom Splawn)had a large family here. Several are still alive. We worked for their son, Floyd, a number of years. You can reach me at rox61@hotmail.com
Roxanne Woodruff
12/15/2000
FamilyHistory.com

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The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research
SCMAR, Volume XIII
Number 1, Winter, 1985
Requests for Information

SCMAR, Vol. XIII, No. 1, p.57
SPLAWN/SPLAUN/SPLANN/SPLAN/SPLON. Brenda E. Givens (3826 North Euclid, Kansas City, MO 64116) seeking information on Isaac Splawn b. 1779 S.C. probably Fairfield Co. Who was his first wife? She was the mother to the following children: William Splawn b. 30 April 1802 N.C. m. Martha b. 18 April 1807 Tenn.; Sabrina Splawn b. 1805 Tenn m. Jesse Allen b. Tenn.; Jonathan b. 1814 Tenn m. Hannah b. 1819 Ohio; John b. 1819 Tenn m. 18 Dec 1842 Rebecca Glebbins b. 1814 N.C. There may have been other children. Isaac's second wife was Mary b. 1794 N.C. Isacc's brothers were Mayberry Splawn b. 1780 S.C. m. Jane b. 1780 N.C.; John b. 1784-1789 S.C. m. Eleanor Leighton b. S.C. and Stephen b. 1790 probably S.C. and Sarah b. 1810 Tenn. Was their father Stephen Splan of Fairfield Co., Camden Dist, who is listed on the 1790 and 1800 census and received a land grant in S.C. 1800 or was he John Splon on 1790 Camden Dist. S.C. cansus or John Splawn on the 1800 Spartanburg Co. S.C. census? The Splawns probably moved to Rutherford Co. N.C., then to Bedford Co. Tenn. John and Mayberry Splawn moved to Carroll Co. Missouri 1816, then to Daviess Co. Mo. 1830. Isaac Splawn is listed on the 1820 & 1830 Bedford Co. Tenn. census, 1834 moved to Daviess Co. Mo., Sheridan Twsp. Are they related to William Splawn b. S.C. and listed on 1820 cansus Fairfield Co. and a large cotton planter? He married Elizabeth Cockrell b. 30 May 1789 S.C. the dau. of Jeremiah and Jemima Cockrell of S.C., he died ca 1824 and his widow disposed of the estate and moved to Montgomery Co. Ky., then 1840 to Ralls Co. Mo. Their eldest dau. m. William S. Tipton in S.C., when she died, their 2nd daughter married him. The other children were Rosanna, Jemima, Nancy, Stephan and William C. All of the Splawns died in Missouri. Would appreciate any information and will exchange with any descendants or persons researching the Splawn line. Isaac Splawn is my g-g-g-grandfather. I will be publishing a book on the Splawns of northern Missouri.

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Mayberry Splawn Jr.

Some of this information (I believe) came from Sammy Duncan, Splawn
genealogist, 2424 Oaklawn Blvd., San Angelo, Texas, 76903. (1983)

An additional source of info for this fgs comes from Diana Enz, 15515 SE 322,
Boring, Oregon. 97009 (503) 668-6229, April 1989.

An additional source of info is Roy. L. Splawn, (1985) 4901 SW 100th Ct,
Miami, Florida 33165. This is the source for Elizabeth Splawn. I assumed she
was the daughter of Mayberry, but this is not proven.

Another source of information is Norma Corey. She lists as an additional
source, the 1850 census of Gundy Co. Missouri. She also lists a marriage lic
for Mayberry and Frances. She also lists, obituary of Jeremiah. She has, as a
birthday for Mayberry, Abt 1814.

http://www.hal-pc.org/~splawn/wsplawn/pafn29.htm#598

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Mayberry and Bethena Splawn with 7 children started for Oregon in May 1852 from Daviess county, Missouri. Mayberry was captain of the wagon train and after a short time out about 10 days Mayberry died. Bethena was elected the new captain. Bethena and family arrived in Oregon in October 1852 and she took a donation land claim in Oregon. Bethena Splawn died in Yakima county, Washington.

There may have been a wife before Bethena but there were none after her marriage on 26 October 1826 in Ray county, Missouri.

Name: norma frisch
Email: nfrisch1@comcast.net
1/10/2004
 
SPLAWN, Mayberry (I12913)
 
129 02 Jan 1888 L. G. Stidham, et al. To Inspector, Eufaula District. Recommending A. B. Brassfield as worthy of permit to remain in Nation. [Doc #31443] BRASSFIELD, Abner B (I37163)
 
130 1/7/2011 - The Sentinel-Echo

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. - Eulene Brassfield, 81, London, Ky., passed away Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011, at Saint Joseph-London.

The daughter of the late Robert McDaniel and Ida Mullins Brashear, she was born March 20, 1929 in Whitley County, Ky. She was a homemaker and affiliated with the Baptist church.

She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Neil McDaniel.

Survivors include her husband, Garrett Brassfield, London; son, Harrison Brassfield and wife, Peggy, Richmond, Ky.; daughter, Judy Harris and husband, Ron, Henderson, Ky.; four grandchildren, Jennifer Bright, Melvonna Brassfield, Mitchell Harris and Andrew Harris; and four great-grandchildren, Joseph Minton, Sarah Nicole Minton, Joshua Minton and Olivia Helton.

Visitation will be from 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 8, at Bowling Funeral Home Chapel until the 1 p.m. funeral hour with the Rev. Charles Bright officiating.

Burial will follow in A.R. Dyche Memorial Park.
 
MCDANIEL, Eulene (I31465)
 
131 11 Nathaniel "Ed" Edward Estes 1864 - 1946 +Frances "Fannie" Brasfield http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:users.ap.net/~chenae/parham3.html+jaspe BRASFIELD, Frances C (I4945)
 
132 12/30/2003 - Memphis, Tennessee

SUSIE PAULINE LANG ALEXANDER, 76, of Memphis, retired from Hunter Fan Co., died Friday at Wesley Highland Manor. Graveside services will be at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at Forest Hill Cemetery East. Canale Funeral Directors has charge. She leaves a daughter, Kay A. Brasfield of Cordova; a son, James R. Alexander of Olive Branch; a sister, Betty L. Johnson of Bartlett, four grandchildren and a great-grandchild. The family requests that any memorials be sent to Crossroads Hospice.
 
LANG, Susie Pauline (I30858)
 
133 16 Feb 2000 Weakley County, Tennessee cemeteries I am interested in Weakley County Tennessee. I have relatives burried in Beech Grove Cemetary. This is located between the towns of Greenfield and Dresden. My greatgrand mother Louisa Ward was burried there around 1949. She was 109 years of age. Her maiden name was Brassfield. The Brassfield family was her slave owners. Her husband lost his life in the bottom of a well. When he suffercated. And was covered over. The called the reason "Black Damp". (lack of oxygen). Only known as "Pap". He was half white. Their daughter Minnie Mae was my grandmother. Born Jan.1,1883. Also a few miles north of Beech Grove Cemetary is the Jones Chapel Cemetary. Where my Greatgrand father was burried by the name of Levy Thompson. Levy was purchased from the Nailing family. Levy fathered 22 children by Frances. Half of these were born in slavery. Bell and Wiley were twins. Bell was my grandfather. Born Feb.9,1883 . George Thompson was the youngest brother of Bell Thompson, who served in World War One. Later moved to St. Louis, Mo. where he married Tenola. Died in the 60's and was burried in Jefferson Barrick Military Cemetary.George was born in the 1890's. I hope this information will be of help to someone. I hope someone can be a help to me. Peace, , MAJIK4JAC@aol.com BRASFIELD, Louisa (I36399)
 
134 1850 Census shows him residing in an Arkansas hotel with children, William A. & Henrietta, both 4.
 
DOZIER, William L (I36797)
 
135 1860 Census shows Margaret Ladd (abt 1845) in household. Margaret
 
TRICE, James (I6525)
 
136 1870 Source (S7278)
 
137 1870 Census shows her "at school", but living in the home of Jacob Kees (1820-Pennsylvania) and his wife Jane (1822-Indiana)
 
BRASSFIELD, Malinda Josephine (I46902)
 
138 1870 Census shows her living in the home of John B. & Elizabeth J. Bland.
 
BRASSFIELD, Martha Jane (I24025)
 
139 1870 Census shows Sarah C. Rose (1861) living in Savannah, Hardin County, Tennessee with William Rose (1802), Francis Rose (1830), Viatora Rose (1860), and james Rose (1865).
 
ROSE, Sarah Caroline (I43874)
 
140 1870 Sumter County Alabama Census Page-Lind-Dwelling-Family-Last-First-Age-Sex-Color-Occupation-Birth Place 169B 11 362 362 Brasfield Armstead 40 M B Farm Labor NC 169B 13 362 362 Brasfield Benj 9 M B Ala 168A 15 333 333 Brasfield Caroline 5 F B Ala 167B 20 326 326 Brasfield Catherine 20 F B Farm Labor Ala 169B 14 362 362 Brasfield Cornelia 8 F B Ala 168A 16 333 333 Brasfield Eliza 4 F B Ala 197A 34 478 475 Brasfield Emma 30 F W Keeps House NC 169B 15 362 362 Brasfield Felix 5 M B Ala 169B 17 362 362 Brasfield Grant 1 M B Ala 222B 31 101 91 Brasfield Hepsey 26 F B Farm Labor Ala 168A 13 333 333 Brasfield Jane 28 F B Farm Labor Ala 168A 14 333 333 Brasfield Louisa 8 F B Ala 204B 28 619 614 Brasfield Lucy 24 M B Farm Labor Ala 169B 12 362 362 Brasfield Mary 30 F B Farm Labor Ala 204B 30 619 614 Brasfield Mary 1 F B Ala 222B 30 101 91 Brasfield Mat 31 M B Farm Labor Ala 169B 16 362 362 Brasfield Romeo 3 M B Ala 197A 33 478 475 Brasfield Rufus 37 M W Farm Labor NC 222B 32 101 91 Brasfield Shorter 8 M B Ala BRASFIELD, Armstead (I40016)
 
141 1870 U.S. Census shows "cousins" Solomon (1851-Indiana) & Robert Marquiss (1852-Indiana) in the household.
 
HOLMAN, Solomon M. (I13484)
 
142 1870 U.S. Census shows "cousins" Solomon (1851-Indiana) & Robert Marquiss (1852-Indiana) in the household.
 
BENNER, Emaline (I17327)
 
143 1879 History of Menard & Mason Counties
Chicago
Published by: O.L. Baskin & Co., Historical Publishers
186 Dearborn Street
http://www.iltrails.org/menard/1879pg737tb.html

T.H. BRASFIELD, farmer and stock-raiser, Sec. 10; P.O. Sweetwater; was born in Madison Co., Ky., Dec. 4, 1829; son of James E. and Tabitha (Moberly) Brasfield; the former was a native of Virginia and the latter of South Carolina; they were the parents of thirteen children, ten of whom are now living; they removed to Menard Co. in 1834, and settled near Athens; the father departed this life in 1864, and the mother in 1858. T.H. Bransfield passed his youth and early manhood on his father's farm and received a good common-school education. He was united in marriage with Laura F. Camp Feb. 13, 1856; she died Aug. 22, 1865; he was married, Sept. 19, 1876, to Miss Cynthia Camp; from this union there is one child - John E., born March 10, 1879. Son after his first marriage, he came to Sugar Grove Precinct, where he has since resided; he owns 320 acres of well-improved land. Mr. Bransfield is a stanch Republican and an earnest advocate of its principles; his sympathies were always warmly enlisted in the cause of Antislavery.
 
BRASFIELD, Thomas Howard (I20564)
 
144 1880 Census - Page 157D, Line 35
 
BRASFIELD, Albert G (I9947)
 
145 1880 Census shows age as 7?
 
BRASSFIELD, Joel Lafatte (I27142)
 
146 1880 Crockett County, TN Census - Page 157D, Line 36
 
OLIVER, Frances Lucinda (I24496)
 
147 1885 Lincoln County Kansas State Census shows an Isaac (37) & M.E. (32) Shirley with daughter (S.J. Shirley, age 12).
1900 Federal Census shows them as Isaac N. & Mary E. Shirley with several children, but no S.J.
 
SHIRLEY, Sarah Jane (I19770)
 
148 1890 Federal Census Directory of Cressona, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania
BRASEFIELD, Will F, 49, machinist. 2nd st. Eliza, Arthur L, 20 clerk, Will A, 19, car maker, Percy E, 16, Annie E.
 
BRASEFIELD, William F (I18254)
 
149 1891 Scotland Census
 
Source (S9392)
 
150 1891 Scotland Census Source (S9445)
 

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