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101 (May 31, 1983) Funeral services for Mrs. Eula May Anson, who died Tuesday at Research Hospital in Kansas City, will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at the chapel of the Norman-Wagy-Singer Funeral Home. The Rev. Walter Bingham will officiate. Burial will be in Camp Ground cemetery near Osgood. Mrs. Anson, 73, resided at 327 Mansur. She was born Sept. 16, 1909, daughter of Vernie Eldow Brassfield and Cleo Etherl Stocksberry, near Osgood. She attended school in Galt. Mrs. Anson, a homemaker, had lived in Chillicothe for the past 30 years moving here from Hurdland. She was a member of the First Christian Church and the Autumn Leaves Club. Surviving are four daughters, Betty M. Thompson, Chillicothe; Lois J. Willett, Gladstone; Mary A. Brokamp, Kansas City, and Dorothy L. Bybee, Blue Springs; three sons, Lloyd A. Anson and Kenneth E. Anson, both of Chillicothe, and Lyle E. Anson, Raytown; brother, Jack Brassfield, Kansas City; 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. BRASSFIELD, Eula Mae (I25898)
 
102 (near) BRASFIELD, Aurelius Wilkins (I534)
 
103 (near) CARAWAY, Fleming Edward (I7255)
 
104 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9973)
 
105 (near) BRASFIELD, Robert J (I17526)
 
106 (near) BRASFIELD, James David (I28769)
 
107 (near) BRASFIELD, Mary Jane (I28790)
 
108 (near) BRASFIELD, Ann Elizabeth (I28961)
 
109 (near) PULLEN, Rebecca Virginia (I39000)
 
110 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I43382)
 
111 (Niedersachsen) SECKAMEN, Maria (I26356)
 
112 (now a ghost town) BRASSFIELD, Elaine E. (I30969)
 
113 (now a ghost town) BRASSFIELD, Carmen B (I32192)
 
114 (now Boyle County) BRASFIELD, Claiborne L. (I8825)
 
115 (now Chester County) PLUNK, Mary Narcissa (I19618)
 
116 (now Chester County) PHILLIPS, Richard Allen (I22969)
 
117 (now Chester County) PHILLIPS, Sophia E. (I24525)
 
118 (now Chester County) PHILLIPS, Sarah Ann (I30019)
 
119 (now Chester County) PHILLIPS, Elijah M (I45916)
 
120 (now Grundy County) BRASSFIELD, Lena Maude (I2981)
 
121 (now Grundy County) BRASSFIELD, Grace Truman (I33802)
 
122 (now incorporated as part of Skien, Norway) HOLM, Anna Marie (I23533)
 
123 (now incorporated as part of Skien, Norway) KJÆR, Lars Larsen (I24596)
 
124 (now incorporated as part of Skien, Norway) KJÆR, Adreas Larsen (I28795)
 
125 (now incorporated as part of Skien, Norway) LARSON, Maren Anne (I31253)
 
126 (now incorporated as part of Skien, Norway) KJÆR, Ole Larson (I44746)
 
127 (now incorporated as part of Skien, Norway) Family F10792
 
128 (now incorporated as part of Skien, Norway) Family F14626
 
129 (or Tennessee) BRASSFIELD, Lorendo (I18281)
 
130 (or) Higbee, Randolph, Missouri, USA BRASFIELD, Lewis Green (I13500)
 
131 (Pearl River Cemetery BRASFIELD, John M (I32868)
 
132 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I36694)
 
133 (possibly) BRASFIELD, William (I4181)
 
134 (possibly) Family F11600
 
135 (probably) JONES, Andrew Patrick (I959)
 
136 (probably) JONES, Elvin B. (I17576)
 
137 (probably) NORTHINGTON, John Electious Lewis (I25803)
 
138 (probably) BRASFIELD, Asa (I29439)
 
139 (probably) BRASSFIELD, James Louis (I30234)
 
140 (probably) VAN NIMAN, Ella M (I30473)
 
141 (probably) BRASSFIELD, Angeline Mariah (I36608)
 
142 (probably) TUCKER, Tryforia (I37192)
 
143 (probably) BRASSFIELD, Sally Emmeline (I37934)
 
144 (probably) Family F3724
 
145 (probably) Family F9305
 
146 (probably) Family F11699
 
147 (Rosemount) GLOVER, Mary Willey Ann (I38997)
 
148 (Shanghi Cemetery HODGES, Vera Viola (I26593)
 
149 * 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 (I43415)
 
150 * 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 (I13739)
 

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