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Richard T Stockton and Martha L Isaacs Family Home Pages

 

 

Descendants of Nathaniel Stockton

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  NATHANIEL1 STOCKTON was born 25 Apr 1776, and died Abt. 1850 in Alabama.  He married MARGARET SLOSS.  She was born 30 Mar 1782.

     

Children of NATHANIEL STOCKTON and MARGARET SLOSS are:

                  i.    JOHN SLOSS2 STOCKTON, b. 30 Aug 1803, Logan County, KY; d. 22 Aug 1825.

                 ii.    MARY ANGES STOCKTON, b. 27 May 1805, Logan County, KY.

2.             iii.    THOMAS LARKHART STOCKTON, b. May 1806, Logan County, KY; d. 16 Oct 1868, Lawrence Co., Alabama.

                iv.    WILLIAM BARNETT STOCKTON, b. 24 Mar 1809, Logan County, KY.

 

More About WILLIAM BARNETT STOCKTON:

Census: 1860, Santa Clara, Santa Clara, CA

 

                 v.    NANCY STOCKTON, b. 30 Mar 1811, Logan County, KY; d. 30 May 1812, Logan County, KY.

                vi.    ROBERT DONNELL STOCKTON, b. 24 Mar 1813, Alabama.

3.            vii.    HARRIS CHAPMAN STOCKTON, b. 11 Oct 1815, Alabama; d. 06 Jun 1879, Sheridan, Grant County, Arkansas.

              viii.    NATHANIEL HIRAM STOCKTON, b. 06 Nov 1818, Tennessee; d. 30 Jun 1884, California; m. MARY LYNN, 17 Oct 1852, San Jose, Santa Clara, California; b. Abt. 1831, Indiana.

 

More About NATHANIEL HIRAM STOCKTON:

Census: 1870, San Jose, Santa Clara, California

 

More About MARY LYNN:

Census: 1880, San Jose, Santa Clara, California

 

More About NATHANIEL STOCKTON and MARY LYNN:

Marriage: 17 Oct 1852, San Jose, Santa Clara, California

 

                ix.    IRETON DEVON STOCKTON, b. 19 Dec 1820.

                 x.    JAMES STEWART STOCKTON, b. 14 Dec 1822, Alabama.

 

Notes for JAMES STEWART STOCKTON:

Living next to C. C. Gillespie in the 1850 of Springhill, Drew, Arkansas.

 

More About JAMES STEWART STOCKTON:

Census: 1850, Springhill, Drew, Arkansas

Occupation: 1850, Teacher

 

                xi.    MARGARET A STOCKTON, b. 07 Apr 1826, Lawrence County, Alabama; d. 31 May 1850, Drew County, Arkansas; m. DR. CONSTANTINE C. GILLESPIE, 04 Jan 1849, Marshall County, Mississippi; b. 21 Aug 1822, Tuscaloosa, County, Alabama; d. 12 Oct 1887, Dallas, Texas.

 

Notes for MARGARET A STOCKTON:

MARGARET A. GILLESPIE daughter of Nathaniel and Margaret Stockton; born Lawrence Co., Ala., April 17, 1826; married Dr. C. C. Gillespie, Jan. 4, 1849; died May 31, 1850. Drew Co., Ark.

 

 

 

Notes for DR. CONSTANTINE C. GILLESPIE:

Drew County settlers who obtained land from the government. Original documents along with more detailed information can be found at the Bureau of Land Management - General Land Office GILLESPIE, CONSTANTINE C    09/01/1856

 

 

Rock Springs Methodist was one of the first Methodist Churches south of Little Rock. The Van Landingham cemetery is associated with the Church. Constantine C Gillespie is listed in Range 7 of Drew County. This explains why his mother (Elizabeth Coons Gillespie) also our GGGGGreat Mother is buried at Van Landingham Cemetery.

 

 Webb Chapel Cemetery

 

Located on Webb Chapel Road in Farmers Branch, Texas 1/4  mile North

of  Ih635/LBJ Freeway.  The following plaque is located inside the

entrance.

"First Methodist Society in Peter's Colony organized in the cabin

of I. B. Webb, May 1845.  First sermon preached March 19, 1844.

C. C. Gillespie is buried here.

 

Dallas County Marriage Book I Minister's Full Name1 6-Jun-1887   501   B   Gillespie, C. C.

 

Morrison & Fourmy's Directory

of the City of Dallas, 1884-85

Gillespie, Constantine C., physician, surgeon, office over 724 Main, r. 906 San Jacinto bt Boll, Burford.

 

October 10, 1887, Dallas Daily Herald, p. 8, col. 1.

 

Death of an Old Citizen.

 

     This morning the sad announcement was heralded among the friends of Dr. C. C. Gillespie that he was dying, and at 11 o'clock, he passed away to rest in his final home. Dr. Gillespie has been sick with flux for several days, but not until yesterday was he considered dangerous. The Dr. was 65 years old on the 22nd day of last August, a native of Alabama, and for many years, a resident of Dallas. He was an upright man, a Mason and highly esteemed by all who knew him. The funeral will take place from the residence of Mr. C. B. Gillespie at Oak Lawn tomorrow morning, burial at Farmers Branch, in the family burial ground. His daughter, Miss Willie, will come in to-night from Baird.

 

 

 

 

More About DR. CONSTANTINE C. GILLESPIE:

Burial: Webb Chapel Cemetery Dallas, Texas

Census: 1850, Springhill, Drew County, Arkansas

Census 2: 1860, Hempstead County, Arkansas

Census 3: 1870, Precinct 2, Dallas, TX

Census 4: 1880, Grapevine, Tarrant County, TX

Occupation: Medical Doctor

 

More About DR. GILLESPIE and MARGARET STOCKTON:

Marriage: 04 Jan 1849, Marshall County, Mississippi

 

               xii.    STEPHENSON PERNELL STOCKTON, b. 16 Jul 1827, Alabama; d. 07 Nov 1906, San Jose, Santa Clara, California.

 

More About STEPHENSON PERNELL STOCKTON:

Census: 1870, San Jose, Santa Clara, California

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  THOMAS LARKHART2 STOCKTON (NATHANIEL1) was born May 1806 in Logan County, KY, and died 16 Oct 1868 in Lawrence Co., Alabama.  He married CAROLINE MATHRIDE HENDERSON 03 Nov 1835 in Limestone Co., Al..  She was born 05 Oct 1811 in Tenn., and died 01 Jun 1890 in Russellville, Lawrence Co., Al..

 

More About CAROLINE MATHRIDE HENDERSON:

Census: 1890, Buried at Town Creek Baptist Cemetery

 

More About THOMAS STOCKTON and CAROLINE HENDERSON:

Marriage: 03 Nov 1835, Limestone Co., Al.

     

Child of THOMAS STOCKTON and CAROLINE HENDERSON is:

4.               i.    RICHARD THOMAS3 STOCKTON, b. 11 Sep 1836, Alabama; d. 23 Mar 1897, Grant Co., Arkansas.

 

 

3.  HARRIS CHAPMAN2 STOCKTON (NATHANIEL1) was born 11 Oct 1815 in Alabama, and died 06 Jun 1879 in Sheridan, Grant County, Arkansas.  He married (1) SUMPTA E.  She was born Abt. 1830 in Alabama.  He married (2) MARTHA MARINA GILLESPIE 13 Aug 1840 in Itawamba County, Mississippi, daughter of JOHN GILLESPIE and ELIZABETH COONS.  She was born 18 Sep 1821 in Tuscaloosa, County, Alabama, and died 07 Mar 1862 in Saline County, Arkansas.

 

Notes for HARRIS CHAPMAN STOCKTON:

Harris C Stockton bought land in Arkansas  2 Jul 1860 description,  5th PM  Grant  5-S  13-W  21 

 

Harris was a doctor according to an article in Goodspeed's History of Grant County, Arkansas." H .C. Stockton who keep the hotel opposite was also the first license physician," in Sheridan, Arkansas.

 

More About HARRIS CHAPMAN STOCKTON:

Census: 1850, Division 3, Tippah, Mississippi

Census 2: 1860, Franklin, Saline, AR

 

More About HARRIS STOCKTON and MARTHA GILLESPIE:

Marriage: 13 Aug 1840, Itawamba County, Mississippi

     

Children of HARRIS STOCKTON and MARTHA GILLESPIE are:

5.               i.    WILLIAM THOMAS3 STOCKTON, b. 28 Mar 1842, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. 14 Jun 1919, Texarkana, Miller County, Arkansas.

                 ii.    HIRAM CONSTANTINE STOCKTON, b. 17 May 1844, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. 20 Mar 1846, Tippah County, Mississippi.

6.             iii.    JAMES SILAS STOCKTON, b. 28 Feb 1846, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. 29 Mar 1905, Honey Grove, Texas.

                iv.    EUGENE TERNEL STOCKTON, b. 11 Sep 1848, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. 17 Feb 1850.

                 v.    HUBBARD PORTER STOCKTON, b. 17 Nov 1850, Tippah County, Mississippi; d. 09 May 1853.

                vi.    INFANT UNAMED STOCKTON, b. 19 Jul 1854.

               vii.    HARRIS C. STOCKTON, b. 05 Jul 1855, Franklin, Saline, AR; d. 15 May 1927, Crosbyton, Crosby, Texas.

 

More About HARRIS C. STOCKTON:

Census: 1860, Franklin, Saline, AR

 

              viii.    MARTHA LURA STOCKTON, b. 27 Feb 1859, Franklin, Saline, AR; d. 30 Dec 1932, Honey Grove, Fannin, Texas.

 

More About MARTHA LURA STOCKTON:

Census: 1860, Franklin, Saline, AR

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

4.  RICHARD THOMAS3 STOCKTON (THOMAS LARKHART2, NATHANIEL1) was born 11 Sep 1836 in Alabama, and died 23 Mar 1897 in Grant Co., Arkansas.  He married MARTHA L. ISAACS 05 Sep 1860 in Saline Co. Arkansas, daughter of SILAS ISAACS and SARAH GILLESPIE.  She was born 1834 in Tuscaloosa, County, Alabama, and died Bet. 1876 - 1880 in Grant County,  Arkansas.

 

Notes for RICHARD THOMAS STOCKTON:

 

     This article appeared in the Arkansas Methodist May 29, 1897.

 

     His companionship was calculated to make a man better. His conversation was always of something practical and elevating. His mind dwelt much on things the future and his end was that of a quiet and unassuming Christian soldier, laying aside his armor for a crown. He was as devoted a steward in his church, as we ever knew. He was as charitable a Mason as we have ever met. He was a true and devoted a friend as could be found anywhere. His life was one of earnest solicitude for the welfare of his children and friends. His death is realized as a personal loss by the editor and all connected with the Highlight. Grant County has lost one of her best citizens. The Methodist Church one of her steadfast friends and supporters. The Masonic fraternity one of is zealous and charitable members. His family a father who's every heart throbs was a prayer for their good in life to come. Farewell, friend and brother.   We clip the above from the Sheridan Headlight, edited by Brother J. S. Williams, who had known Brother Stockton for many years.

     Brother Stockton was born September 11, 1836.  Moved to Arkansas in the fifties and settled in what is now Grant County.  He formerly belonged to the Baptist Church, but joined the Methodist Church under the pastorate of Rev. C. Pope, in 1859.  He was married to Miss M. L. Isaacs September 5, 1860, with whom he lived happily until she preceded him to the heavenly home a few years before his death.

     On March 23, 1897, he laid aside his armor, which had been kept bright by the work he wrought in trying to promote the cause he had espoused in the days of his vigor and manhood of youth.  He was regarded as the pillar of New Hope Church, near Sheridan, where he had held his membership - serving as steward a good portion of the time - for nearly forty years.  He leaves 8 children, six sons and two daughters.  May his noble mantle fall upon his sons.                                                                  O. H. Keadle Stockton R

    

 

 

 

 

More About RICHARD THOMAS STOCKTON:

 

Link to Stockton Richard Stockton Family Album ---Album submitted by Graig Patrick Boland

 

 

 

Burial: 1897, By  Member's of the Masonic Lodge

Census: 1860, Census Saline Co., Saline Township

Census 2: 1870, Census Grant Co., Calvert Township

Fact 2: Held  the Rank of Sergeant.

Military service: CSA 18th. Arkansas Infantry Co., H

Obituary: 26 May 1897, Arkansas Methodist (Source)

 

 

 

 

Notes for MARTHA L. ISAACS:

Saline County, AR. Marriage Record Book C., Sept. 5, 1860  Richard F. Withers, MG 2

 

More About MARTHA L. ISAACS:

Census: 1870, Census Grant Co., Cavert Township

Obituary: 01 Sep 1888, Arkansas Methodist

 

More About RICHARD STOCKTON and MARTHA ISAACS:

Marriage: 05 Sep 1860, Saline Co. Arkansas

     

Children of RICHARD STOCKTON and MARTHA ISAACS are:

7.               i.    VIRGIL VERION4 STOCKTON, b. 10 Jun 1861, Grant Co., Arkansas; d. 12 Jan 1940, Gardena, Los Angeles County, California.

8.              ii.    RICHARD RANDOFF STOCKTON, b. 21 Sep 1862, Grant Co. Arkansas; d. 23 Jan 1928, Fort Worth,Texas,Tarrant Co..

9.             iii.    SILAS SEPHEN STOCKTON, b. Mar 1865, Sheridan, Grant Co., Arkansas; d. 10 Jan 1904, Sheridan, Grant Co., Arkansas.

                iv.    SALLY M. STOCKTON, b. 1866, Grant Co. Arkansas.

10.            v.    ADDISON LOCKHART STOCKTON, b. 08 Jun 1868, Grant Co. Arkansas; d. 09 Jun 1946, Forth Worth,Texas.

11.           vi.    ROSALTHA ALICE STOCKTON, b. 09 Mar 1870, Calvert Township, Grant Co., Arkansas; d. 08 Jun 1930, Eastland County,Texas.

               vii.    GEORGE L. STOCKTON, b. 22 Oct 1871, Grant Co. Arkansas; d. 05 Dec 1924, Eastland County, Texas.

 

More About GEORGE L. STOCKTON:

Burial: Carbon Restland Cemetery, Eastland County

Census: Source 1880 census Grant Co. Calvert T.S.

 

              viii.    MARY C. STOCKTON, b. 22 Aug 1873, Grant Co. Arkansas; d. 24 Mar 1942, Eastland County Texas; m. SMITH.

 

More About MARY C. STOCKTON:

Burial: Carbon Restland Cemetery, Eastland County

Census 2: Cemetery inscriptions Volume 11 by Weldon I. Hudson

 

                ix.    JAMES S. STOCKTON, b. 21 Aug 1875, Grant Co. Arkansas; d. 23 Mar 1941, Eastland County, Texas.

 

More About JAMES S. STOCKTON:

Burial: Carbon Restland Cemetery, Eastland County

Census: Source 1880 census Grant Co. Calvert T. S.

 

 

5.  WILLIAM THOMAS3 STOCKTON (HARRIS CHAPMAN2, NATHANIEL1) was born 28 Mar 1842 in Tippah County, Mississippi, and died 14 Jun 1919 in Texarkana, Miller County, Arkansas.  He married SARAH JANE HAMILTON 09 Aug 1866 in Saline County, Arkansas.  She was born 27 Sep 1845 in Tennessee, and died 05 Jan 1917 in Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas.

 

Notes for WILLIAM THOMAS STOCKTON:

 

 

Source Sons of Confederate Veterans Fort Worth, Texas, Forth Library, submitted by Craig Boland

 

William T. Sr. received a mini ball in his throat and he carried it in his throne for 21 days.  His father (Doctor Harris Chapman Stockton) operated on him and moved it.  Julia Montgomery has the mini ball now (1976) and some letters that William T. Sr. and Sarah Jane wrote to each other.

      William T. SR enlisted in Co. K 2nd. Arkansas Division at Grant County, Arkansas in spring of 1861, serving under Captain Treadgill, served under him in Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Mississippi.  Think he was wounded at the Battle of Shiloh.  He was given all three degrees in Blue Lodge of the Masonic Lodge, by special dispensation, in one day, during the war.

      William T. SR built Crossroads Schoolhouse, at Sheridan, Arkansas, in New Hope Community.  Julia Montgomery has the mini ball that was removed from William T. Stockton's Sr. throat, and some letters that W.cT. Stockton Sr. and Sarah Jane wrote each other.

                                    From records of R. E. Lee Camp 158

      William T. Sr. applied for membership in the Robert E. Lee Camp, December 23, 1906, shows in minutes page 293 record of September 1902 to 1908 was admitted excepted Dec 23, 1908 page 298.

 

Obituary

 

W. T.  Stockton is buried Thursday

 

Prominent Old Time Resident Was Civil War Veteran and Leading Mason.

 

The funeral service for W. T. Stockton, a prominent old resident of the city, were conducted Thursday afternoon by Polytechnic Lodge 925, A. F. and A. M., internment being in Greenwood Cemetery.

Mr. Stockton was born in Tippah County, Mississippi March 28, 1842, his death occurring in Texarkana, Arkansas, on June 24. W. T. and J. P. Stockton, both those Texarkana; F. A. Stockton and Mrs. Mattie and Sally Stockton of Polytechnic, and 30 grandchildren.  Funeral services were held in the home of the son, F. A.  Stockton.  Pallbearers were W.  F.  Hamilton, S. S. Ogilve, Wilkins, Bradford,  R. M. Buey and L. E. Tandy.

W. T. Stockton came to Texas in 1893, coming to Fort Worth from Grant County, Arkansas.  During his residence here he was prominently connected with the Masonic lodges of the city.  He had been initiated in Masonry during the Civil War, all three degrees having been conferred on him in one day by Mr. English, Grand Master of the Lodge of Arkansas.  Through his initiative and energy, the Polytechnic Lodge No. 925," Father of Polytechnic Lodge."  He was a member of the R. E. Lee Camp of U C. V.

 

 

 

More About WILLIAM THOMAS STOCKTON:

Census 2: 1880, Merry Green, Grant, AR

 

More About: WILLIAM STOCKTON and SARAH HAMILTON: Link

 

Link to WILLIAM T. STOCKTON FAMILY ALBUM SUBMITTED BY CRAIG BOLAND

 

Notes for SARAH JANE HAMILTON:

 

Joseph Hamilton was the father of Sarah Jane Hamilton. The following article was taking from Goodspeed's History of Grant County, Arkansas.

 

 

Joseph Hamilton by well directed efforts and energy has come to be well and favorably known to the citizens of Grant County .  He first saw the light of day in Marion County, Tennessee, October 19, 1843, as the son of William and Sarah Fower Hicks of Tennessee origin.  The father was born January 8, 1807, and died November 6, 1876.  His wife was born May 4, 1808 and died August 1, 1887.  They were married in their native state, there made their home until 1857, and came to Arkansas, located in what was Saline County now Grant County, in the neighborhood of where their son Joseph lives.  William Hamilton was a wagon maker and a farmer, and together with his wife, was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church for nearly half a century.  His wife was the widow of E. M. Hicks deceased.  There was born to the marriage of William Hamilton and Sarah Hicks, a family of five children, Joseph being the oldest. Four of the children are living Joseph, Sarah-wife of W. T. Stockton, farmer of Grant County . Emly wife of Asa A. Billingslea of Grant County and Cynthia, wife of A. B. Chiders, former of Grant County : Nancy K. wife of Henry Paxton, of Grant County , died when 30 years old.  Joseph Hamilton received his education in Tennessee , and on July 11, 1861 enlisted in Co. F.  11th Arkansas Infantry, Confederate Army.  He was taken prisoner below New Madrid., Missouri , and then carried north and continued to Camp Douglas , Chicago .  After and incarceration of only 10 days, he and his half-brother, E. M. Hicks made their escape by crawling through a hole in the wall of the barracks.  Their monetary position amounted to a 1.25 and they were 1000 miles from home, among enemies.   Plainly perceiving that their only hope in reaching home was by walking, they set out; but having braving all sorts of dangers and suffering privation and privation, at the close of the 36th day on the road.  They reached home, footsore lame and weary.  Resting but briefly at their homes, they again join their commands at port Hudson .  On June 3 at Clinton Louisiana , Mr. Hamilton was once more taken prisoner, soon being pardoned and returned home, where he remained.  He took part in the battles of Island Number 10, Port Hudson and other places along the Mississippi River .  After recovering from the effects of the war he made an extended trip to Texas , on horseback, trading in stock.  In 1870 he located on the place where E. M. Hicks began to farm, and has never followed farming and stock raising and trading.  The war wiped away all his property, but he continued industry and able management, he has been very successful.  In 1878 he moved to the place on which he now lives he was married in 1873, to Sally Wylie, daughter of David J. Wylie.  She was born in Gordon County , Georgia on March 1, 1855 by this union were seven sure all living. Cynthia L., Joseph W. Ralph W., I do, Blanche, David B., and Lawrence G.  Mrs. Hamilton is a member of the Methodists Episcopal Church all her husband is a Democrat and a member of the Masonic order.

 

Saline County, AR. Marriage Record Book C., HAMILTON, Sarah J. and William T. STOCKTON married Aug. 9, 1866 --C-78

 

 

Obituary

Mrs. Sarah Stockton Dead.

 

A. P. Childers informed us, Saturday, that Mrs. Sarah Stockton wife of Tom Stockton died at the family home at Polytechnic, Texas, a suburb of Ft. Forth, on October 5, at the age of 72 years. Mrs. Stockton was a sister of Joe Hamilton, who died at his home near Sheridan, in September, last, and was also a sister of Mrs. A. B. Childers, of this city. Mrs. Stockton is survived by her husband and several children, and by Mrs. Childers, who is the last of the brothers and sisters. Mrs. Stockton was well known in this country, and was truly a good woman. A large  number of friends here will he grieved to learn of her death, we are sure.

 

From the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Saturday, October 6, 1917, p. 5:

Pioneer Woman Dies at Home in Poly

Mrs. W. T. Stockton, 72, pioneer in Texas, died at the family residence, 1818 McKinzie avenue, Polytechnic, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Stockton married fifty-two years ago. They came here from Arkansas.

Funeral services were held Saturday morning at the Polytechnic Methodist Church. Interment was in Greenwood. Her husband, three sons, W. T. Stockton Jr. of Texarkana, J. P. Stockton of Polytechnic, and F. A. Stockton of Paradise, and two daughters, Mrs. A. L. Stockton and Mrs. R. R. Stockton, survive.

 

More About SARAH JANE HAMILTON:

Burial: 1917, Buried at Greenwood Memorial Park

Census 2: 1880, Merry Green, Grant, AR

Individual Note: 1866, Married by Calvin M Gentry, Book ABC Saline County, Marriage Records

 

More About WILLIAM STOCKTON and SARAH HAMILTON:

Marriage: 09 Aug 1866, Saline County, Arkansas

Married By: Calvin M Gentry

     

Children of WILLIAM STOCKTON and SARAH HAMILTON are:

12.             i.    HARRIS BASCOM4 STOCKTON, b. 18 May 1868, Grant County, Arkansas; d. 1904, Fort Worth, Texas.

                 ii.    LUTICIA A. STOCKTON, b. 22 Sep 1870, Grant County, Arkansas; d. 14 Feb 1892, Grant County, Arkansas.

 

More About LUTICIA A. STOCKTON:

Census: 1880, Merry Green, Grant, AR

 

13.           iii.    WILLIIAM THOMAS STOCKTON 11, b. 21 Dec 1872, Grant, County, Arkansas; d. 26 Jun 1949, Miller County, Arkansas.

14.           iv.    JAMES POLK STOCKTON, b. 26 Apr 1875, Grant, County, Arkansas; d. 02 Apr 1958, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

15.            v.    MARTHA MARINA STOCKTON, b. 04 Feb 1878, Grant County, Arkansas; d. 02 Dec 1954, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

16.           vi.    SARAH SALLIE STAPLES STOCKTON, b. 04 Feb 1878, Grant County, Arkansas; d. 06 Apr 1963, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

17.          vii.    AUSTIN WARD STOCKTON SR., b. 22 Sep 1880, Grant County, Arkansas; d. 27 Nov 1916, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

18.         viii.    FREDERICK ALVA STOCKTON, b. 29 Aug 1885, Grant County, Arkansas; d. 18 Apr 1970, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

 

 

6.  JAMES SILAS3 STOCKTON (HARRIS CHAPMAN2, NATHANIEL1) was born 28 Feb 1846 in Tippah County, Mississippi, and died 29 Mar 1905 in Honey Grove, Texas.  He married MARY L. JONES.  She was born 1851, and died 1888 in Grant County, Arkansas.

 

More About JAMES SILAS STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Justice Precinct 5, Fannin, Texas

 

Notes for MARY L. JONES:

The Arkansas Methodist

 

Sunday School Tribute

 

    By request of the superintendent of Jewel's Chapel Sunday School and the friends of the deceased: we, Mrs. E. J. Harrell, Miss Velia Harrell, and Mrs. M. E. Bishop, submit the following resolutions regarding the death of our much esteemed and worthy sister, Mrs. Mary L. Stockton, member of said school.

    Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God, in His wise providence to remove our beloved sister and co-worker, who passed from death unto life on the night of May 6th, 1888.

    Therefore be it resolved: - 1st That by the death of sister Stockton, the church has lost one of her best workers, the Sunday School, one of its most faithful members, and the community one whose every day walk and conversation proved her a pure and faithful follow of Jesus.

    2nd - That  while we deeply deplore our sister's death and mourn her loss, we feel that the Lord who was the giver of that pure and noble spirit, has but taken back that which was his own, and we bow in humble submission to his holy will.

    3rd - That we truly sympathize with the family in their bereavement, and pray that the Lord will bless the husband who mourns for a dear loved wife, and the children and prepare them to meet the loved one in the "sweet bye and bye."

    4th - That a copy of these resolutions be presented the Headlight, with a request that the Pine Bluff District Herald and The Arkansas Methodist will publish the same, also a

 

More About MARY L. JONES:

Burial: 1888, New Hope Cemetery, Crossroads, Arkansas

     

Children of JAMES STOCKTON and MARY JONES are:

                  i.    RONDA4 STOCKTON, b. Grant County, Arkansas.

 

More About RONDA STOCKTON:

Burial: New Hope Cemetery, Crossroads, Arkansas

 

                 ii.    CHARLES S. STOCKTON, b. Grant County, Arkansas.

 

More About CHARLES S. STOCKTON:

Burial: New Hope Cemetery, Crossroads, Arkansas

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

7.  VIRGIL VERION4 STOCKTON (RICHARD THOMAS3, THOMAS LARKHART2, NATHANIEL1) was born 10 Jun 1861 in Grant Co., Arkansas, and died 12 Jan 1940 in Gardena, Los Angeles County, California.  He married SARAH ELIZABETH MCCALL.  She was born Jun 1862 in Arkansas, and died Bet. 1930 - 1950.

 

More About VIRGIL VERION STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Census Grant Co., Ar. Calvert T. S. E.D. 35 Line21

Census 2: 1910, Census Tarrant Co., Texas E.D. 157 Sheet 223

Census 3: 1920, Gardena, Los Angeles, California

Individual Note: 1940, California Death Index, 1940-1997

 

More About SARAH ELIZABETH MCCALL:

Census: 1920, Gardena, Los Angeles, California

Census 2: 1930, Gardena, Los Angeles, California

     

Children of VIRGIL STOCKTON and SARAH MCCALL are:

                  i.    ROSA5 STOCKTON, b. Apr 1886, Grant Co., Arkansas.

 

More About ROSA STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Census Grant Co., Ar., Calvert T. S. E.D. 35 Line21

 

                 ii.    MINNIE STOCKTON, b. Jan 1892, Grant Co., Arkansas; m. W. M. WILSON, 20 Dec 1907, Grant Co. Arkansas.

 

More About MINNIE STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Census Grant Co., Ar. Calvert T. S. E.D. 35 Line21

 

More About W. WILSON and MINNIE STOCKTON:

Marriage: 20 Dec 1907, Grant Co. Arkansas

 

                iii.    ETHEL STOCKTON, b. Aug 1894, Grant Co., Arkansas.

 

More About ETHEL STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Census Grant Co., Ar. Calvert T. S. E.D. 35 Line21

 

                iv.    FRED DEWEY STOCKTON, b. 28 Mar 1899, Grant Co., Arkansas; d. 14 Jun 1956, Los Angeles, California.

 

Notes for FRED DEWEY STOCKTON:

      Fred Stockton was the person that pointed me in the right direction. I was visiting Doris Capers in Fort Worth, Texas and she suggested that I call him about the Stockton Family Line. He told me about the families early roots in Saline County and Grant Counties located in Arkansas. His helpful information proved to be true, for without his help I wouldn't have had a starting place to look. This bit of choice information blossomed into a fruitful search with is still in progress.

 

More About FRED DEWEY STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Census Grant Co., Ar. Calvert T. S. E.D. 35 Line21

Individual Note: 1956, California Death Index, 1940-1997

 

                 v.    PAUL STOCKTON, b. 1902.

 

More About PAUL STOCKTON:

Census: 1910, Census Tarrant Co. Texas Sheet 5 E.D.157 Line 223

 

 

8.  RICHARD RANDOFF4 STOCKTON (RICHARD THOMAS3, THOMAS LARKHART2, NATHANIEL1) was born 21 Sep 1862 in Grant Co. Arkansas, and died 23 Jan 1928 in Fort Worth,Texas,Tarrant Co..  He married MARTHA MARINA STOCKTON 24 Mar 1895 in Grant Co. Arkansas, daughter of WILLIAM STOCKTON and SARAH HAMILTON.  She was born 04 Feb 1878 in Grant County, Arkansas, and died 02 Dec 1954 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

 

Notes for RICHARD RANDOFF STOCKTON:

Obituary         

 

      The subject of this sketch, R. R. Stockton, was born in Grant County, Arkansas, on September 21, 1862; and died January 23, 1928, at his home, 2800 Avenue F, Forth Worth, Texas. He was married on March 24, 1895, to Miss Mattie Stockton. To this union was born five children, four of whom are living. Those who survive him are his wife, Mrs. Mattie Stockton

and his children; Richard 0. Eula Mae, Ruth and J. C.

      He had three brothers and two sisters to wit; V. V. Stockton of Gardena, Calif.; A. L. Stockton of Fort Worth, Texas; J. S. Stockton of Cisco, Texas; Mrs. W. A. Gentry of Carbon, Texas, and Mrs. F. W. Smith of Cisco, Texas. All were present at the funeral services except V. V. Stockton of Gardena, California.

      Stockton moved to Oklahoma in 1900 where he lived six years. He served four year there as Deputy United States Marshal, after which he came 'to Fort Worth, Texas, in 1907. Since that time he has followed contracting and building.

      Brother Stockton professed religion and joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, about twenty-four years ago and has lived a faithful and consistent life as a member up to the time of his death.

      Upon coming to Fort Worth he united with the Polytechnic Methodist Church remaining a member until the day of his death, it was from this church that his funeral services were held. Stockton became a member of the Masonic Lodge A. F. and A.M. while in Oklahoma and upon; movie to Fort Worth he joined the Polytechnic Masonic Lodge, being a member at the time of his death. Under Masonic auspices he was buried on the twenty-fifth day of January in the year 1928, in the Greenwood Cemetery at Fort Worth, Texas, in the presence of a large concourse of relatives and friends, and a profusion of beautiful flowers to await the Resurrection morning.

      R. F. 2tockton numbered his friends by the score as was evidenced by the great number of cards and letters containing loving words of sympathy and consolation received, by his family since his death.

      To the sorrowing ones we would say not to grieve after him as those who have no hope; but try to live so that when your time comes to go you will have an unbroken family circle in that Home above, where there will be no more sorrowing or suffering; but all will be joy and peace, is we have good reasons to believe that Brother Stockton heard the welcome applause, "Well done, thou good and faithful servant, thou halt been faithful over a few things,' I will make you Ruler over many things."

      As it wasn't the privilege of the writer to be present at the funeral services I very cordially of R. R. Stockton.

 

Written by a brother-in-law and a long time friend,

     

 

More About RICHARD RANDOFF STOCKTON:

Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park Fort Worth, Texas.

Census: Buried in section number 5-E Grave 141

Census 2: 1920, Polytechnic, Tarrant, Texas

Individual Note: 1928, Texas Death Records No.4099

 

Notes for MARTHA MARINA STOCKTON:

MRS, MATT1E STOCTON,

      Rev. Clark Calvert of Dallas will conduct funeral services at 10 a. m. Saturday in Meisser Chapel for Mrs. Mattie Stockton 76, a former Fort Worth resident

Burial will be in Greenwood. Mfrs. Stockton died in Dallas: Thursday.

      She lived here 32 years before moving to Dallas in 1939. Her home here was at 2800 E. Rosedale.

      Survivors are two sons, R. C, Stockton of Port Neches and J, C. Stockton of Dallas; two daughters , Mrs. J. E. Price and Mrs. K. G. Hawk, both of Dallas; a sister, Mrs. Sally Stockton of Fort Worth; two brothers, F. A. and J. P. Stockton, both of Fort Worth and five grandchildren.

 

 

More About MARTHA MARINA STOCKTON:

Burial: Buried Memorial Park Fort Worth, Texas.

Census: Membership index card number 166

Religion: Member Polytechnic Methodist Church Fort Worth, Texas

 

More About RICHARD STOCKTON and MARTHA STOCKTON:

Marriage: 24 Mar 1895, Grant Co. Arkansas

     

Children of RICHARD STOCKTON and MARTHA STOCKTON are:

19.             i.    RICHARD CLIFTON5 STOCKTON, b. 06 Jan 1906, Boswell, Choctaw County, Oklahoma; d. 13 Nov 1977, Jefferson County, Texas.

20.            ii.    EULA MAY STOCKTON, b. 02 Feb 1908, Tarrant County, Texas; d. 04 Mar 1986, Dallas, Texas.

                iii.    SARAH RUTH ELIZABETH STOCKTON, b. 12 Dec 1911, Tarrant County, Texas; d. 09 Jul 1991; m. KENNETH GORDON HAWK, 15 May 1943, Lubbock, Texas.

 

More About SARAH RUTH ELIZABETH STOCKTON:

Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park, Fort Worth, Texas

Census: 1920, Polytechnic, Tarrant, Texas

Individual Note: Married, LAAF Chapel, Lubbock Texas

 

More About KENNETH HAWK and SARAH STOCKTON:

Marriage: 15 May 1943, Lubbock, Texas

 

21.           iv.    JAMES CLARENCE STOCKTON, b. 01 Oct 1918, Tarrant County, Texas; d. 08 Nov 1979, College Station, Brazos, Texas.

 

 

9.  SILAS SEPHEN4 STOCKTON (RICHARD THOMAS3, THOMAS LARKHART2, NATHANIEL1) was born Mar 1865 in Sheridan, Grant Co., Arkansas, and died 10 Jan 1904 in Sheridan, Grant Co., Arkansas.  He married LAURA LOUELLA LEE 09 Aug 1889 in Grant Co., Arkansas.  She was born 20 Dec 1870 in Arkansas, and died 09 May 1904 in Sheridan, Grant Co. Arkansas.

 

More About SILAS SEPHEN STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Census Grant Co., Darysaw Township

 

More About SILAS STOCKTON and LAURA LEE:

Marriage: 09 Aug 1889, Grant Co., Arkansas

 

Link to Silas And Laura Lee Family Album  Submitted by Jerri  Kathleen Moore

  

Children of SILAS STOCKTON and LAURA LEE are:

                  i.    JOESPH RICHARD5 STOCKTON, b. 23 May 1890, Grant, County, Arkansas; d. 03 Jan 1966, Texarkana, Bowie, Texas.

22.            ii.    IVA CATHERINE STOCKTON, b. 19 Sep 1891, Grant, County, Arkansas; d. Oct 1984, Eastland County, Texas.

23.           iii.    DELLA BLANCHE STOCKTON, b. 26 Feb 1895, Grant, County, Arkansas; d. 10 Dec 1977, Gorman ,Texas.

                iv.    LAURENCE VERNON STOCKTON, b. 31 Dec 1896, Grant, County, Arkansas; d. Jun 1969, Waco, McLennan, Texas.

                 v.    ALICE W. STOCKTON, b. 10 Nov 1898, Grant, County, Arkansas; d. 04 Sep 1903, Grant, County, Arkansas.

24.           vi.    HAZEL LEE STOCKTON, b. 07 Nov 1900, Grant, County, Arkansas; d. 12 Feb 1958, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico.

 

 

10.  ADDISON LOCKHART4 STOCKTON (RICHARD THOMAS3, THOMAS LARKHART2, NATHANIEL1) was born 08 Jun 1868 in Grant Co. Arkansas, and died 09 Jun 1946 in Forth Worth, Texas.  He married SARAH SALLIE STAPLES STOCKTON 01 Jan 1895 in Honey Grove, Texas, daughter of WILLIAM STOCKTON and SARAH HAMILTON.  She was born 04 Feb 1878 in Grant County, Arkansas, and died 06 Apr 1963 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

 

Notes for ADDISON LOCKHART STOCKTON:

      Sarah Sallie Stockton, born 4 February 1878, married 1 January 1895, Honey Grove, Texas, Addison Lockhart Stockton.  Her twin sister, Martha Mattie Stockton, married May 1895 Richard Randolph Stockton, brother of Addison Lockhart Stockton, in Grant County, Arkansas.  Sarah and Martha were daughters of William Thomas Stockton and Sarah Jane Hamilton.  Addison and Richard were sons of Richard T. Stockton and Martha L. Isaacs.

Source: Fort Smith Genealogical Society, Footprints.  1977, Volume 20, pg. 56.

 

Obituary

 

      Addison L. Stockton, 78, of 2746 E. Rosedale, Fort Worth resident 41 years and retired transfer lines operator, died at 9:30 a. m Sunday in a hospital after a short illness.

      Surviving are his widow, and six sons, Lawrence,  V., T. E. Selmer, Howard and L. A. Stockton, all of Fort Worth.

      Funeral services will be conducted at, 2 p. m. Tuesday in Meissner Funeral Home. Burial will be at Greenwood.

 

 

More About ADDISON LOCKHART STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Justice Precinct 5, Fannin, Texas

Census 2: 1910, Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas

Census 3: 1930, 1930 Census Tarrant County, Texas

Individual Note: 08 Jun 1868, Buried at Greenwood Memorial Park Section 5E lot 141

 

Notes for SARAH SALLIE STAPLES STOCKTON:

William Thomas  was a  private in the 2nd Regt. Ark. Inf. Co. K. CSA.  He and sent home sick or disabled early in the war.  Source Graig Boland

 

 

More About SARAH SALLIE STAPLES STOCKTON:

Burial: 06 Apr 1963, Buried at Greenwood Memorial Park Section 5E lot 141

Census: 1900, Justice Precinct 5, Fannin, Texas

Individual Note: 1963, Church index card No. 1659

Religion: 1963, Member Polytechnic Methodist Church Forth Worth,Texas.

 

More About ADDISON STOCKTON and SARAH STOCKTON:

Marriage: 01 Jan 1895, Honey Grove, Texas

     

Children of ADDISON STOCKTON and SARAH STOCKTON are:

25.             i.    LAWRENCE ADDISON5 STOCKTON, b. 30 Jan 1897, Fannin,Texas; d. 14 Feb 1975, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

                 ii.    CLARENCE VICTOR STOCKTON, b. 26 May 1899, Fannin,Texas; d. 23 Sep 1967, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

 

More About CLARENCE VICTOR STOCKTON:

Census: 1910, Census Tarrant Co., Texas E.D. 91 Sheet 349

 

26.           iii.    THOMAS ESTON STOCKTON, b. 11 Oct 1901, Fannin,Texas; d. Mar 1979, Sacramento, Sacramento, California.

27.           iv.    ELMER AUSTON STOCKTON, b. 30 Oct 1906, Texas; d. 20 Nov 1969, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

                 v.    HOWARD RICHARD STOCKTON, b. 17 Dec 1908, Texas; d. 06 Feb 1961, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

 

More About HOWARD RICHARD STOCKTON:

Census: 1961, Buried at Greenwood Memorial Park Section 5E lot 141

Military service: World War I1 Pvt. Co. A 745 Military Police BN

 

 

11.  ROSALTHA ALICE4 STOCKTON (RICHARD THOMAS3, THOMAS LARKHART2, NATHANIEL1) was born 09 Mar 1870 in Calvert Township, Grant Co., Arkansas, and died 08 Jun 1930 in Eastland County, Texas.  She married WILLIAM A. GENTRY 22 Feb 1890 in Cherry Grove, Grant County, Arkansas.  He was born 20 Sep 1856 in Arkansas, and died 24 Apr 1930 in Eastland County, Texas.

 

More About ROSALTHA ALICE STOCKTON:

Burial: Carbon Restland Cemetery, Eastland County

Census: Cemetery inscriptions Volume 11 by Weldon I. Hudson

 

More About WILLIAM A. GENTRY:

Burial: Carbon Restland Cemetery, Eastland County

Census: Cemetery inscriptions Volume 11 by Weldon I. Hudson

 

More About WILLIAM GENTRY and ROSALTHA STOCKTON:

Marriage: 22 Feb 1890, Cherry Grove, Grant County, Arkansas

     

Children of ROSALTHA STOCKTON and WILLIAM GENTRY are:

                  i.    MAUD L.5 GENTRY, b. Feb 1891, Grant Co. Arkansas.

                 ii.    RUBY C. GENTRY, b. Oct 1892, Grant Co. Arkansas.

                iii.    ADDISON W. GENTRY, b. 19 Aug 1894, Grant Co. Arkansas; d. 10 Oct 1918, Eastland Co, Texas.

 

More About ADDISON W. GENTRY:

Burial: Carbon Restland Cemetery, Eastland County

Military service: Pvt. in World War I

 

                iv.    WILLIAM R. GENTRY, b. Mar 1896, Grant Co. Arkansas.

                 v.    NEWTON L. GENTRY, b. Feb 1898, Grant Co. Arkansas.

                vi.    EULA G. GENTRY, b. Feb 1900.

               vii.    ALBERT A. GENTRY, b. 1903, Grant Co. Arkansas.

              viii.    EDNA A. GENTRY, b. 1905.

                ix.    ALVIN GENTRY, b. 28 Jan 1905, Eastland County, Texas; d. 15 Feb 1905, Eastland County, Texas.

 

More About ALVIN GENTRY:

Burial: Carbon Restland Cemetery, Eastland County

 

                 x.    LILLIE GENTRY, b. 1907.

                xi.    WILLIE GENTRY, b. 22 Oct 1907, Eastland, County Texas; d. 30 Mar 1910, Eastland, County, Texas.

 

More About WILLIE GENTRY:

Burial: Carbon Restland Cemetery, Eastland County

Census: 30 Mar 1910, Buried at Carbon Restland Cemetery

 

 

12.  HARRIS BASCOM4 STOCKTON (WILLIAM THOMAS3, HARRIS CHAPMAN2, NATHANIEL1) was born 18 May 1868 in Grant County, Arkansas, and died 1904 in Fort Worth, Texas.  He married ELIZA J. CROWSON 16 Dec 1888 in Grant County, Arkansas. 

 

More About HARRIS BASCOM STOCKTON:

Burial: 02 Feb 1904, Stockton Plot Block 59, Lot 17 Oakwood Cemetery, Fort Worth

Census: 1880, Merry Green, Grant, AR

Census 2: 1900, Dekalb, Grant, Arkansas

 

More About ELIZA J. CROWSON:

Individual Note: 1888, Grant County, Marriage Records Book B page 286

 

More About HARRIS STOCKTON and ELIZA CROWSON:

Marriage: 16 Dec 1888, Grant County, Arkansas

     

Children of HARRIS STOCKTON and ELIZA CROWSON are:

                  i.    LUTHER C.5 STOCKTON, b. Abt. 1890, Dekalb, Grant County, Arkansas.

 

More About LUTHER C. STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Dekalb, Grant, Arkansas

 

                 ii.    CLARANCE R. STOCKTON, b. Abt. 1892, Dekalb, Grant County, Arkansas.

 

More About CLARANCE R. STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Dekalb, Grant, Arkansas

 

                iii.    ETHEL R. STOCKTON, b. Abt. 1894, Dekalb, Grant County, Arkansas.

 

More About ETHEL R. STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Dekalb, Grant, Arkansas

 

                iv.    PARIS G. STOCKTON, b. Abt. 1896, Dekalb, Grant County, Arkansas.

 

More About PARIS G. STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Dekalb, Grant, Arkansas

 

                 v.    SARAH T STOCKTON, b. Abt. 1898, Dekalb, Grant County, Arkansas.

 

More About SARAH T STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Dekalb, Grant, Arkansas

 

                vi.    LUTHER B STOCKTON, b. Abt. 1900, Dekalb, Grant County, Arkansas.

 

More About LUTHER B STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Dekalb, Grant, Arkansas

 

 

13.  WILLIIAM THOMAS STOCKTON4 11 (WILLIAM THOMAS3 STOCKTON, HARRIS CHAPMAN2, NATHANIEL1) was born 21 Dec 1872 in Grant, County, Arkansas, and died 26 Jun 1949 in Miller County, Arkansas.  He married LYTAH BEATRICE COOK 19 Jan 1902.  She was born 31 Mar 1883, and died 11 Jun 1971 in Dallas Texas.

 

Notes for WILLIIAM THOMAS STOCKTON 11:

Obituary

W. T. STOCKTON

      Funeral services will be held at 5 p. m. Monday at the Silverino Methodist church for William T. Stockton, 76, who died Sunday morning at his Fouke home as the result of a heart attack.

      The Rev. Mr. J. A. Jennings will officiate, aided by the pastor of the Silverino Church. Burial will be in the Silverino cemetery.

      The Masonic lodge will be In charge of services at the grave.

Active pallbearers will be Clyde Parker, Ben Branch, Gerald Gerald, Leslie Lemley, Carl Lemley and Gus Robertson.

      Mr. Stockton was a retired farmer and a resident of Miller County for the past 40 years.

He was a member of the Silverino Methodist church and served as church steward for a number of years. He also was a member of Masonic Lodge 455 of Fouke.

      Survivors are his wife; five sons, R. V. and Howard Stockton, both of Ennis, Texas: R. H. Stockton of Garland, Texas, and J. W. and Wallace Stockton, both of Dallas; three daughters, Mrs. Geraldine Clevenger, of Waxahachie, Texas, and Mrs. Inez Bowie and Mrs. Elizabeth Moss, both of Dallas; two brothers, F. A. Stockton of Fort Worth, and J. P. Stockton, of Fort Smith, Ark,; and 17 grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

 

 

More About WILLIIAM THOMAS STOCKTON 11:

Burial: Silverana Arkansas

Census 2: 1880, Merry Green, Grant, AR

Individual Note: Arkansas Death Index 1914-1950

 

More About LYTAH BEATRICE COOK:

Burial: Silverana Arkansas

 

More About WILLIIAM 11 and LYTAH COOK:

Marriage: 19 Jan 1902

     

Children of WILLIIAM 11 and LYTAH COOK are:

                  i.    RAYMOND VAUGHN5 STOCKTON, b. 31 Dec 1902, Honey Grove, Texas; d. 06 Apr 1966, Dallas, Texas; m. (1) MYRTLE FENTON; b. 06 Oct 1914, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; m. (2) LOIS YOUNG HENRY.

 

More About RAYMOND VAUGHN STOCKTON:

Burial: Hillcrest Cemetery, Dallas, Texas

 

                 ii.    ARTHUR BURT STOCKTON, b. 06 Jul 1905, Texas; d. 13 Sep 1926, Silverana, Miller County, Arkansas.

 

More About ARTHUR BURT STOCKTON:

Census: Cleveland, Miller, Arkansas

 

                iii.    ROY HERSHAL STOCKTON, b. 10 Sep 1907, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; d. 29 Aug 1985, Dallas, Texas; m. EDITH THELMA ROBERSON, 16 Dec 1928, Texarkana, Arkansas; b. 26 Jul 1909, Fouke, Miller County, Arkansas.

 

More About ROY HERSHAL STOCKTON:

Burial: Restland Memorial Park, Dallas, Texas

 

More About ROY STOCKTON and EDITH ROBERSON:

Marriage: 16 Dec 1928, Texarkana, Arkansas

 

28.           iv.    DORIS GERALDINE STOCKTON, b. Abt. 1908.

                 v.    WILLIAM THOMAS STOCKTON III, b. Abt. 1909.

                vi.    JOHN NELSON STOCKTON, b. Abt. 1910, Texas; d. 24 Jun 1960, Dallas, Texas; m. LEVONIA SIMMONS.

 

More About JOHN NELSON STOCKTON:

Census: 1920, Cleveland, Miller, Arkansas

 

               vii.    HOWARD ALTON STOCKTON, b. 13 May 1916, Fouke, Miller County, Arkansas; m. GLADYS SMITH; b. 22 Oct 1923.

              viii.    JESSIE INEZ STOCKTON, b. 08 Apr 1919, Miller County, Arkansas; d. 06 Jun 1986, Duncanville Texas; m. WELDON BUIE, 05 Jul 1944, Rockwell Texas; b. 30 Sep 1925.

 

More About JESSIE INEZ STOCKTON:

Burial: Little Bethel Memorial Park

 

More About WELDON BUIE and JESSIE STOCKTON:

Marriage: 05 Jul 1944, Rockwell Texas

 

                ix.    WALLACE LLOYD STOCKTON, b. 01 Sep 1921, Silverana, Miller County, Arkansas; m. ISABEL BROOKS, 20 Jun 1941; b. 14 Feb 1923, Dallas, Texas.

 

More About WALLACE STOCKTON and ISABEL BROOKS:

Marriage: 20 Jun 1941

 

                 x.    ELEANOR ELIZABETH STOCKTON, b. 02 Sep 1924, Fouke, Miller County, Arkansas; m. JERRY LEE MOSS, 21 Apr 1946, Fouke, Miller County Arkansas.; b. 16 Dec 1921, Memphis, Tennessee.

 

More About JERRY MOSS and ELEANOR STOCKTON:

Marriage: 21 Apr 1946, Fouke, Miller County Arkansas.

 

 

14.  JAMES POLK4 STOCKTON (WILLIAM THOMAS3, HARRIS CHAPMAN2, NATHANIEL1) was born 26 Apr 1875 in Grant, County, Arkansas, and died 02 Apr 1958 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.  He married FANNIE DEE TUNNER 26 Nov 1898 in Fannin County, Texas.  She was born 10 Sep 1878, and died 19 Jan 1947 in Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas.

 

More About JAMES POLK STOCKTON:

Burial: 1958, Oaklawn Cemetery Block 59 Fort Worth, Texas

Census: 1900, Honey Grove, Fannin, Texas

Census 2: 1910, Justice Precinct 1, Tarrant, TX

Individual Note: 1880, 1880 Census Merry Green, Grant, AR

Religion: Member Polytechnic Methodist Church Fort Worth; Membership Card 1655

 

More About FANNIE DEE TUNNER:

Burial: 1947, Oaklawn Cemetery Block 59 Fort Worth, Texas

Religion: Member Polytechnic Methodist Church Fort Worth; Membership Card 1656

 

More About JAMES STOCKTON and FANNIE TUNNER:

Marriage: 26 Nov 1898, Fannin County, Texas

     

Children of JAMES STOCKTON and FANNIE TUNNER are:

                  i.    PAUL HUBERT STOCKTON5 SR, b. 05 Jun 1900, Fannin County, Texas; d. 01 Oct 1972, Dallas, Texas; m. PAULINE HIGGENBOTHAM, 21 Dec 1921, Silverana, Miller County, Arkansas.

 

More About PAUL HUBERT STOCKTON SR:

Burial: Restland Memorial Park, Dallas, Texas

 

More About PAULINE HIGGENBOTHAM:

Individual Note: Married M. E. Church Arkansas

 

More About PAUL SR and PAULINE HIGGENBOTHAM:

Marriage: 21 Dec 1921, Silverana, Miller County, Arkansas

 

                 ii.    JAMES MERLIN STOCKTON, b. 14 Nov 1901, Fannin County, Texas; d. 11 Nov 1979; m. ERA ADINE MCKNIGHT, 30 Nov 1921, Fouke, Miller County Arkansas.

 

More About JAMES STOCKTON and ERA MCKNIGHT:

Marriage: 30 Nov 1921, Fouke, Miller County Arkansas

 

                iii.    JAMES POPE HUBERT STOCKTON II, b. 26 Nov 1905, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; d. 18 Apr 1959, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; m. AUDRILLA MCKNIGHT, 10 Mar 1934, Dallas, Texas.

 

More About JAMES POPE HUBERT STOCKTON II:

Burial: Hawkins Cemetery Arlington Texas

 

More About JAMES STOCKTON and AUDRILLA MCKNIGHT:

Marriage: 10 Mar 1934, Dallas, Texas

 

                iv.    JACK BUCY STOCKTON, b. 02 Aug 1909, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; m. NELL BEATRICE POWEL.

                 v.    JULIA THELMA STOCKTON, b. 28 Mar 1911, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; d. 06 Feb 1961, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; m. TROY ELVIN MONTGOMERY, 28 Mar 1932, Saltillo Mississippi; b. Abt. 1912, Tarrant County, Texas.

 

More About JULIA THELMA STOCKTON:

Burial: Oakwood Cemetery Fort Worth Texas

 

More About TROY MONTGOMERY and JULIA STOCKTON:

Marriage: 28 Mar 1932, Saltillo Mississippi

 

                vi.    DONALD STOCKTON, b. 1914, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

 

 

15.  MARTHA MARINA4 STOCKTON (WILLIAM THOMAS3, HARRIS CHAPMAN2, NATHANIEL1) was born 04 Feb 1878 in Grant County, Arkansas, and died 02 Dec 1954 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.  She married RICHARD RANDOFF STOCKTON 24 Mar 1895 in Grant Co. Arkansas, son of RICHARD STOCKTON and MARTHA ISAACS.  He was born 21 Sep 1862 in Grant Co. Arkansas, and died 23 Jan 1928 in Fort Worth,Texas,Tarrant Co..

 

Notes for MARTHA MARINA STOCKTON:

MRS, MATT1E STOCTON,

     

 Rev. Clark Calvert of Dallas will conduct funeral services al 10 a. m. Saturday in Meisser Chapel for Mrs. Mattie Stockton 76, a former Fort Worth resident

Burial will be in Greenwood. Mfrs. Stockton died in Dallas: Thursday.

      She lived here 32 years before moving to Dallas in 1939. Her home here was at 2800 E. Rosedale.

      Survivors are two sons, R. C, Stockton of Port Neches and J, C. Stockton of Dallas; two daughters , Mrs. J. E. Price and Mrs. K. G. Hawk, both of Dallas; a sister, Mrs. Sally Stockton of Fort Worth; two brothers, F. A. and J. P. Stockton, both of Fort Worth and five grandchildren.

 

 

More About MARTHA MARINA STOCKTON:

Burial: Buried Memorial Park Fort Worth, Texas.

Census: Membership index card number 166

Religion: Member Polytechnic Methodist Church Fort Worth, Texas

 

Notes for RICHARD RANDOFF STOCKTON:

Obituary         

 

      The subject of this sketch, R. R. Stockton, was born in Grant County, Arkansas, on September 21, 1862; and died January 23, 1928, at his home, 2800 Avenue F, Forth Worth, Texas. He was married on March 24, 1895, to Miss Mattie Stockton. To this union was born five children, four of whom are living. Those who survive him are his wife, Mrs. Mattie Stockton

and his children; Richard 0. Eula Mae, Ruth and J. C.

      He had three brothers and two sisters to wit; V. V. Stockton of Gardena, Calif.; A. L. Stockton of Fort Worth, Texas; J. S. Stockton of Cisco, Texas; Mrs. W. A. Gentry of Carbon, Texas, and Mrs. F. W. Smith of Cisco, Texas. All were present at the funeral services except V. V. Stockton of Gardena, California.

      Stockton moved to Oklahoma in 1900 where he lived six years. He served four year there as Deputy United States Marshal, after which he came 'to Fort Worth, Texas, in 1907. Since that time he has followed contracting and building.

      Brother Stockton professed religion and joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, about twenty-four years ago and has lived a faithful and consistent life as a member up to the time of his death.

      Upon coming to Fort Worth he united with the Polytechnic Methodist Church remaining a member until the day of his death, it was from this church that his funeral services were held. Stockton became a member of the Masonic Lodge A. F. and A.M. while in Oklahoma and upon; movie to Fort Worth he joined the Polytechnic Masonic Lodge, being a member at the time of his death. Under Masonic auspices he was buried on the twenty-fifth day of January in the year 1928, in the Greenwood Cemetery at Fort Worth, Texas, in the presence of a large concourse of relatives and friends, and a profusion of beautiful flowers to await the Resurrection morning.

      R. F. 2tockton numbered his friends by the score as was evidenced by the great number of cards and letters containing loving words of sympathy and consolation received, by his family since his death.

      To the sorrowing ones we would say not to grieve after him as those who have no hope; but try to live so that when your time comes to go you will have an unbroken family circle in that Home above, where there will be no more sorrowing or suffering; but all will be joy and peace, is we have good reasons to believe that Brother Stockton heard the welcome applause, "Well done, thou good and faithful servant, thou halt been faithful over a few things,' I will make you Ruler over many things."

      As it wasn't the privilege of the writer to be present at the funeral services I very cordially of R. R. Stockton.

 

Written by a brother-in-law and a long time friend,

     

 

More About RICHARD RANDOFF STOCKTON:

Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park Fort Worth, Texas.

Census: Buried in section number 5-E Grave 141

Census 2: 1920, Polytechnic, Tarrant, Texas

Individual Note: 1928, Texas Death Records No.4099

 

More About RICHARD STOCKTON and MARTHA STOCKTON:

Marriage: 24 Mar 1895, Grant Co. Arkansas

     

Children are listed above under (8) Richard Randoff Stockton.

 

16.  SARAH SALLIE STAPLES4 STOCKTON (WILLIAM THOMAS3, HARRIS CHAPMAN2, NATHANIEL1) was born 04 Feb 1878 in Grant County, Arkansas, and died 06 Apr 1963 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.  She married ADDISON LOCKHART STOCKTON 01 Jan 1895 in Honey Grove, Texas, son of RICHARD STOCKTON and MARTHA ISAACS.  He was born 08 Jun 1868 in Grant Co. Arkansas, and died 09 Jun 1946 in Forth Worth, Texas.

 

Notes for SARAH SALLIE STAPLES STOCKTON:

William Thomas  was a  private in the 2nd Regt. Ark. Inf. Co. K. CSA.  He and sent home sick or disabled early in the war.  Source Graig Boland

 

 

More About SARAH SALLIE STAPLES STOCKTON:

Burial: 06 Apr 1963, Buried at Greenwood Memorial Park Section 5E lot 141

Census: 1900, Justice Precinct 5, Fannin, Texas

Individual Note: 1963, Church index card No. 1659

Religion: 1963, Member Polytechnic Methodist Church Forth Worth,Texas.

 

Notes for ADDISON LOCKHART STOCKTON:

      Sarah Sallie Stockton, born 4 February 1878, married 1 January 1895, Honey Grove, Texas, Addison Lockhart Stockton.  Her twin sister, Martha Mattie Stockton, married May 1895 Richard Randolph Stockton, brother of Addison Lockhart Stockton, in Grant County, Arkansas.  Sarah and Martha were daughters of William Thomas Stockton and Sarah Jane Hamilton.  Addison and Richard were sons of Richard T. Stockton and Martha L. Isaacs.

Source: Fort Smith Genealogical Society, Footprints.  1977, Volume 20, pg. 56.

 

Obituary

 

      Addison L. Stockton, 78, of 2746 E. Rosedale, Fort Worth resident 41 years and retired transfer lines operator, died at 9:30 a. m Sunday in a hospital after a short illness.

      Surviving are his widow, and six sons, Lawrence,  V., T. E. Selmer, Howard and L. A. Stockton, all of Fort Worth.

      Funeral services will be conducted at, 2 p. m. Tuesday in Meissner Funeral Home. Burial will be at Greenwood.

 

 

More About ADDISON LOCKHART STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Justice Precinct 5, Fannin, Texas

Census 2: 1910, Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas

Census 3: 1930, 1930 Census Tarrant County, Texas

Individual Note: 08 Jun 1868, Buried at Greenwood Memorial Park Section 5E lot 141

 

More About ADDISON STOCKTON and SARAH STOCKTON:

Marriage: 01 Jan 1895, Honey Grove, Texas

     

Children are listed above under (10) Addison Lockhart Stockton.

 

17.  AUSTIN WARD STOCKTON4 SR. (WILLIAM THOMAS3 STOCKTON, HARRIS CHAPMAN2, NATHANIEL1) was born 22 Sep 1880 in Grant County, Arkansas, and died 27 Nov 1916 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.  He married ELSIE SIMMONS.  She was born 1882 in Limestone County, Alabama, and died 18 Jun 1969.

 

More About AUSTIN WARD STOCKTON SR.:

Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park, Fort Worth, Texas

Census: 1930, Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX

Individual Note: Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997

     

Children of AUSTIN SR. and ELSIE SIMMONS are:

                  i.    ARTELIA AUBYN5 STOCKTON, b. 14 Jul 1903, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

                 ii.    SARAH AUDREY STOCKTON, b. 17 Aug 1906, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

                iii.    AUSTIN WARD STOCKTON, b. 06 Nov 1911, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

 

More About AUSTIN WARD STOCKTON:

Individual Note: Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997

 

                iv.    AUSTIN WARD STOCKTON II, b. 06 Nov 1911, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

                 v.    KESTER ADDISON STOCKTON, b. 28 Nov 1913, Fouke, Miller County, Arkansas.

                vi.    WILLIAM HARRIS STOCKTON, b. 1917; d. 30 Jul 1968, Dallas, Texas.

 

Notes for WILLIAM HARRIS STOCKTON:

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946  Enlisted  7 Mar 1942 Texas 

 

 

 

18.  FREDERICK ALVA4 STOCKTON (WILLIAM THOMAS3, HARRIS CHAPMAN2, NATHANIEL1) was born 29 Aug 1885 in Grant County, Arkansas, and died 18 Apr 1970 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.  He married LILLIE LOU LANDRUM 04 Aug 1907.  She was born 08 Oct 1888 in Grant County, Arkansas, and died 14 Dec 1959 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

 

Notes for FREDERICK ALVA STOCKTON:

 

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FREDERICK A. STOCKTON, SRĄ 84, 28S2 Avenue H. passed away Thursday. Survivors; Sons, Fred and Franklin Stockton; daughter, Mrs. Pearl Hodges; six grandchildren; five great- grandchildren, Fort Worth. Services 10 a.m. Saturday Meisner's Chapel. Rev. Bill Brower officiating, Masonic graveside services, Greenwood under auspices 925. Arrangements Meisner 925, Nashville at Avenue B

 

 

More About FREDERICK ALVA STOCKTON:

Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park, Fort Worth, Texas

 

More About LILLIE LOU LANDRUM:

Caste: Greenwood Memorial Park, Fort Worth, Texas

 

More About FREDERICK STOCKTON and LILLIE LANDRUM:

Marriage: 04 Aug 1907

     

Children of FREDERICK STOCKTON and LILLIE LANDRUM are:

                  i.    FREDERICK ALVA5 STOCKTON II, b. 23 May 1908, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; m. MACKYE BOB HART.

                 ii.    ADELENE PEARL STOCKTON, b. 06 Oct 1909, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; d. 20 Jan 1989, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; m. ALBERT CECIL HODGES, 20 Aug 1937.

 

More About ADELENE PEARL STOCKTON:

Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park, Fort Worth, Texas

 

More About ALBERT HODGES and ADELENE STOCKTON:

Marriage: 20 Aug 1937

 

                iii.    FRANKLIN THOMAS LEO STOCKTON, b. 10 Jun 1911, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; d. 17 Oct 1975, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; m. DORIS LOUISE MORTON, 03 Sep 1937, De Leon, Texas.

 

More About FRANKLIN THOMAS LEO STOCKTON:

Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park, Fort Worth, Texas

 

More About FRANKLIN STOCKTON and DORIS MORTON:

Marriage: 03 Sep 1937, De Leon, Texas

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

19.  RICHARD CLIFTON5 STOCKTON (RICHARD RANDOFF4, RICHARD THOMAS3, THOMAS LARKHART2, NATHANIEL1) was born 06 Jan 1906 in Boswell, Choctaw County, Oklahoma, and died 13 Nov 1977 in Jefferson County, Texas.  He married FLOSSIE FLORINE QUINN 26 Aug 1939.  She was born Abt. 1906 in Texas, and died 23 Jul 1960 in Jefferson County, Texas.

 

More About RICHARD CLIFTON STOCKTON:

Burial: Oak Bluff Cemetery, Port Neches ,Texas

Census: 1930, Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas

 

More About FLOSSIE FLORINE QUINN:

Census: 1930, Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas

 

More About RICHARD STOCKTON and FLOSSIE QUINN:

Marriage: 26 Aug 1939

     

Child of RICHARD STOCKTON and FLOSSIE QUINN is:

                  i.    RICHARD JAMES6 STOCKTON, b. 04 Mar 1946, Jefferson County, Texas.

 

 

20.  EULA MAY5 STOCKTON (RICHARD RANDOFF4, RICHARD THOMAS3, THOMAS LARKHART2, NATHANIEL1) was born 02 Feb 1908 in Tarrant County, Texas, and died 04 Mar 1986 in Dallas, Texas.  She married JOHN EDWARD PRICE 03 Feb 1934. 

 

More About EULA MAY STOCKTON:

Burial: Restland Memorial Park, Dallas, Texas

 

More About JOHN PRICE and EULA STOCKTON:

Marriage: 03 Feb 1934

     

Child of EULA STOCKTON and JOHN PRICE is:

                  i.    JOHN GORDON6 PRICE, b. 27 Oct 1947, Texas.

 

 

21.  JAMES CLARENCE5 STOCKTON (RICHARD RANDOFF4, RICHARD THOMAS3, THOMAS LARKHART2, NATHANIEL1) was born 01 Oct 1918 in Tarrant County, Texas, and died 08 Nov 1979 in College Station, Brazos, Texas.  He married BETTY JEAN MILLER 19 Mar 1952 in Dallas County, Texas. 

 

More About JAMES CLARENCE STOCKTON:

Burial: Grove Hill Cemetery, 10501 Garland Rd. Dallas, Texas

 

More About JAMES STOCKTON and BETTY MILLER:

Marriage: 19 Mar 1952, Dallas County, Texas

     

Children of JAMES STOCKTON and BETTY MILLER are:

                  i.    MICHAEL JAY6 STOCKTON, b. 09 Feb 1954, Dallas, Texas.

                 ii.    KENNETH MARK STOCKTON, b. 04 Nov 1961, Dallas, Texas.

 

 

22.  IVA CATHERINE5 STOCKTON (SILAS SEPHEN4, RICHARD THOMAS3, THOMAS LARKHART2, NATHANIEL1) was born 19 Sep 1891 in Grant, County, Arkansas, and died Oct 1984 in Eastland County, Texas.  She married CHARLES AUBREY DRIVER.  He was born 21 Dec 1887, and died 13 Nov 1967 in Eastland Co,Texas.

     

Children of IVA STOCKTON and CHARLES DRIVER are:

                  i.    OLETA6 DRIVERS.

                 ii.    D. M. DRIVERS.

                iii.    LOUELLA DRIVERS.

                iv.    BONNIE DRIVERS.

                 v.    C. A. DRIVERS.

 

 

23.  DELLA BLANCHE5 STOCKTON (SILAS SEPHEN4, RICHARD THOMAS3, THOMAS LARKHART2, NATHANIEL1) was born 26 Feb 1895 in Grant, County, Arkansas, and died 10 Dec 1977 in Gorman ,Texas.  She married WILLIAM EDWARD REYNOLDS 26 Jan 1924 in Eastland County ,Texas., son of LEONIDAS REYNOLDS and NANCY HOGAN.  He was born 26 Jun 1885 in Hot Springs, Garland County, AR, and died 06 Feb 1940 in Gorman, Eastland County, Texas.

 

More About DELLA BLANCHE STOCKTON:

Census: 1900, Census Grant Co., Ar. Darysaw Township E. D. No., 35 sheet 7 line 90

Census 2: 1910, Living with Mary C. Stockton 1910 Census

 

More About WILLIAM EDWARD REYNOLDS:

Census: 1900, Census Garland County, Arkansas,  Hot Springs T. S.

Record 1: Pauline Reynolds Buckle was very helpful in sharing her family history.

Record 2: Thanks to Velma Bennett for her contribution to my research.

 

More About WILLIAM REYNOLDS and DELLA STOCKTON:

Marriage: 26 Jan 1924, Eastland County ,Texas.

     

Children of DELLA STOCKTON and WILLIAM REYNOLDS are:

                  i.    MYRTLE DORIS6 REYNOLDS, b. 02 Oct 1925, Gorman ,Texas; m. PRESTON A. CAPERS, 25 Aug 1946, Eastland ,County Texas.; b. 25 May 1924, Gorman ,Texas; d. 20 Nov 1980, Fort Worth Tex..

 

More About PRESTON CAPERS and MYRTLE REYNOLDS:

Marriage: 25 Aug 1946, Eastland ,County Texas.

 

                 ii.    EDDIE PAULINE REYNOLDS, b. 07 Aug 1926, Gorman, Texas; m. IVAN OREN BUCKLE, 16 Apr 1944, Eastland County ,Texas.; b. 23 Apr 1918, Prospe, Coos, Or.; d. 12 Dec 2003, Winston, OR.

 

More About EDDIE PAULINE REYNOLDS:

Census: 18 Jul 1995, Source of information Eddie Pauline Reynolds Buckle

 

More About IVAN OREN BUCKLE:

Census: Source Of information Eddie Pauline Reynolds Buckle

 

More About IVAN BUCKLE and EDDIE REYNOLDS:

Marriage: 16 Apr 1944, Eastland County ,Texas.

 

                iii.    JOE ED REYNOLDS, b. 07 Jul 1936, Gorman ,Texas; d. Dec 1954, Gorman ,Texas.

 

 

24.  HAZEL LEE5 STOCKTON (SILAS SEPHEN4, RICHARD THOMAS3, THOMAS LARKHART2, NATHANIEL1) was born 07 Nov 1900 in Grant, County, Arkansas, and died 12 Feb 1958 in Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico.  She married JAMES ORES JONES 07 Jun 1919 in Eastland County, Texas.  He was born 01 Oct 1896 in Eastland, Texas, and died 08 Sep 1975 in Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico.

 

Notes for HAZEL LEE STOCKTON:

Hazel was buried in Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico, USA (Sunset Memorial Gardens, 924

Menaul Blvd NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87017, USA).5 The cause of her death was Pulmonary embolism secondary to pancreatitis.

 

From The Albuquerque Tribune; Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico, USA, February 13, 1958; page 2 column 7

JONES-- Mrs. Hazel Lee Jones, 57, passed away here early Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jones came here 18 years ago and was a member of First Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband, James Ores Jones, Sr., of 1727 Barcelona SW, one son James O. Jones, Jr., and six daughters, Mrs. Della Mae Gregory, Mrs. Fred Dubuque, Mrs. Robert L. Burrows, Mrs. Bruce Breeden, Miss Patricia Jones and Miss Jerrilene Jones all of Albuquerque. Funeral services will be conducted in the Chapel of the Garden of the French-Fitzgerald Mortuary Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. D.C. Stringer will officiate. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Park.

 

Research Notes: Birth name Hattie Hazel Stockton. Changed name to Hazel Lee Stockton--not legal name change.

 

The Albuquerque Tribune; Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico, USA: February 13, 1958; page 2; column 3

Mrs. James Jones Funeral Tomorrow Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. in French-Fitzgerald Chapel for Mrs. James O. Jones, Albuquerque resident for 18 years who died late yesterday in a local hospital after an illness. She was 57. Rev. D.C. Stringer will officiate. the wife of a local contractor, she belonged to the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Jones lived at 1727 Barcelona SW. Surviving are her husband; a son, James O. Jones, Jr., and six daughters, Mrs. Della Mae Gregory, Mrs. Fred Dubuque, Mrs. Robert L. Burrows, Mrs. Bruce Breeden, and Patricia and Jerrilene Jones, all of Albuquerque.

 

 

More About HAZEL LEE STOCKTON:

Burial: 1958, Sunset Memorial Gardens

Census: 1910, justice Precinct #5, Eastland County, Texas

Record 1: 1920, Federal Census, Eastland, Eastland County, Texas

 

Notes for JAMES ORES JONES:

The Albuquerque Journal, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico: 9 September 1975: Obituary page: no page on

clipping

JONES---James O. Jones, age 78 and a resident here 57 years, died early Monday in a city hospital following an

illness. He is survived by his wife, Mamie; a son, James Jones, Jr. of Jemez Springs; six daughters, Mrs. Della Mae

Gregory, Mrs. Laurene Dubuque, Mrs. Mary Lew Burrows, Mrs. Frances Breeden, and Miss Jerri Jones, all of

Albuquerque, and Mrs. Patricia Settlemeyer, of Minden, Nev.; 14 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Willa Mae Stone of Marysville, Calif. He was a member of D.A.V. Chapter #3 and a veteran of WW I. Services will be held Wednesday morning in the Chapel of Fitzgerald and Son Funeral Directors, 3113 Carlisle NE. Interment will follow in Sunset Memorial Park.

 

 

From The Albuquerque Journal, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico: 10 September 1975: Obituary page: no page

on clipping

JONES--Services for Mr. James O. Jones will be held at 10:30 a.m. today in the Chapel of Fitzgerald and Son Funeral Directors. 3113 Carlisle NE, with the Rev. Charles R. Thigpen of St. Paul's United Methodist Church officiating. Interment will follow in Sunset Memorial Park. Serving as casket bearers will be: Larry Breeden, Bryan Burrows, Ferd Dubuque, Bill Hopwood, Roy Hopwood, and Randy Jones.

 

 

More About JAMES JONES and HAZEL STOCKTON:

Marriage: 07 Jun 1919, Eastland County, Texas

     

Children of HAZEL STOCKTON and JAMES JONES are:

                  i.    DELLA MAE6 JONES, b. 16 Jun 1920, Gorman, Eastland, Texas; d. 16 Nov 1997, Norwood, Delaware, Pennsylvania; m. PHILLIP LEVERT GREGORY, 18 Aug 1942, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico; b. 20 Sep 1920, Johnson City, Carter, Tennessee; d. 03 May 1993, Norwood, Delaware, Pennsylvania.

 

Notes for DELLA MAE JONES:

Della Mae JONES was born on 16 Jun 1920 in Gorman, Eastland, Texas, USA, 23 died on 16

Nov 1997 in Norwood, Delaware, Pennsylvania, she is buried in Annville, Lebanon,  The cause of her death was Pancreatic Cancer.

 

Notes for PHILLIP LEVERT GREGORY:

He is  buried in National Cemetery, Annville, Pennsylvania.

Birth Name: Chester Early Shockly.  He was adopted before 1910 by By The Gregory's.

 

 

More About PHILLIP GREGORY and DELLA JONES:

Marriage: 18 Aug 1942, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico

 

                 ii.    IVA LAURENE JONES, b. 15 Sep 1921, Carbon, Eastland, Texas; d. 16 Oct 2011, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico; m. FREDERICK DUBUQUE; b. 02 Sep 1912, East Stanwood, Snohonish, Washington; d. 24 Mar 1988, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico.

 

More About FREDERICK DUBUQUE:

Burial: 1988, Veteran's Cemetery, Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico

 

                iii.    MARY LEW JONES, b. 12 Jun 1922, Clovis, Curry, New Mexico; d. 18 Aug 2008, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico; m. ROBERT LEE BURROWS, 26 Mar 1957, Albuquerque, New Mexico; b. 19 Jan 1926, Fort Sumner, De Baca, New Mexico; d. 15 Jul 1982, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico.

 

Notes for MARY LEW JONES:

Mary Lew Burrows, 85, passed away, Tuesday, August 19, 2008. She was born December 6, 1922 in

Clovis, NM, a daughter of James and Hazel Jones. She married Robert Lee Burrows, March 26, 1957 in Albuquerque,

NM. He died on July 15, 1982. She was a life-long member of Albuquerque First Baptist Church. Survivors include

one son and one daughter, Bryan Burrows, Albuquerque; Dr. Kathleen (Chris) Moore, Tyler, TX; two grandchildren,

Lauren and Caitlin; three sisters and one brother, Laurene Dubuque, Ina Jerri Jones, both of Albuquerque, James O.

(Francyne) Jones, Jemez Springs, NM; and Patricia Settelmeyer, Menden, NV. She was preceded in death by two

sisters, Della Mae, and Frances. A visitation will be held Thursday, August 21, 2008 from 3 to 6:00 p.m., at French

Mortuary Westside Chapel, 9300 Golf Course Rd. NW. Funeral Services will be conducted on Sunday, August 24,

2008 in Van Buren, Missouri. Interment will follow at Dry Valley Cemetery. French Mortuary 9300 Golf Course Rd.

NW (505) 897-0300

 

Albuquerque Tribune,

Woman's Page Vows Set For Tonight

Miss Mary Lew Jones and Robert L. Burrows will be married at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the First Baptist Church.

All friends of the couple are invited to attend.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Dial, the prospective bridegroom's uncle and aunt, arrived Monday from Dallas to attend the

wedding.

Miss Emily Ohlsen, the bride-elect's former roommate, is here from New Orleans for the nuptials.

After a wedding trip to Denver, the couple will be at home at 4806 Marquette NE.

 

More About MARY LEW JONES:

Burial: 2008, Dry Valley Cemetery

 

More About ROBERT LEE BURROWS:

Burial: 1982, Carter, Missouri, Dry Valley Cemetery.

 

More About ROBERT BURROWS and MARY JONES:

Marriage: 26 Mar 1957, Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

                iv.    FRANCES FEA JONES, b. 01 Mar 1925, Clovis, Curry, New Mexico; d. 16 May 1983, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico; m. BRUCE CLARK BREEDEN, 25 May 1946, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico; b. 22 Nov 1910, Elk City, Oklahoma; d. 25 Apr 1991, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico.

 

More About BRUCE CLARK BREEDEN:

Burial: 1991, Sandia Cemetery Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

More About BRUCE BREEDEN and FRANCES JONES:

Marriage: 25 May 1946, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico

 

                 v.    INA JERRILENE JONES, b. 31 Jul 1933, Gorman, Eastland, Texas; d. 08 Aug 2010, Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico.

                vi.    JAMES ORES JONES, b. private, Eastland, Texas.

               vii.    HAZEL PATRICIA JONES, b. 20 Jul 1939, Slaton, Lubbock, Texas; d. 11 Jun 2012, Minden, Douglas, Nevada; m. ARTHUR ARNOLD SETTLEMEYER, 03 Mar 1968, Gardenerville, Douglas, Nevada; b. 15 Jan 1940, Palo Alto, Santa Clara, California; d. 22 May 2007, Minden, Douglas, Nevada.

 

More About ARTHUR SETTLEMEYER and HAZEL JONES:

Marriage: 03 Mar 1968, Gardenerville, Douglas, Nevada

 

 

25.  LAWRENCE ADDISON5 STOCKTON (ADDISON LOCKHART4, RICHARD THOMAS3, THOMAS LARKHART2, NATHANIEL1) was born 30 Jan 1897 in Fannin,Texas, and died 14 Feb 1975 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.  He married (1) NONA DELORES CLARK RAINWATER.  She was born 04 Apr 1899, and died 12 Feb 1971.  He married (2) VERDA STOVALL 1918.  She died 30 Jul 1919.

 

More About LAWRENCE ADDISON STOCKTON:

Census: 1975, Buried at greenwood Memorial Park Section 5E lot 141

Military service: U.S. Army World War 1

 

More About VERDA STOVALL:

Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park, Fort Worth, Texas

 

More About LAWRENCE STOCKTON and VERDA STOVALL:

Marriage: 1918

     

Child of LAWRENCE STOCKTON and VERDA STOVALL is:

                  i.    LAWRENCE ADDISON STOCKTON6 11, b. 30 Jul 1919, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; d. 13 Apr 1989, Granbury, Hood, Texas; m. ETTA IRENE DOWDY.

 

 

26.  THOMAS ESTON5 STOCKTON (ADDISON LOCKHART4, RICHARD THOMAS3, THOMAS LARKHART2, NATHANIEL1) was born 11 Oct 1901 in Fannin,Texas, and died Mar 1979 in Sacramento, Sacramento, California.  He married MARTHA WALLA.  She was born 1901 in Texas.

     

Child of THOMAS STOCKTON and MARTHA WALLA is:

                  i.    MARCIA ESTA6 STOCKTON, b. 13 Mar 1936, Tarrant County, Texas.

 

More About MARCIA ESTA STOCKTON:

Individual Note: Texas Birth Index

 

 

27.  ELMER AUSTON5 STOCKTON (ADDISON LOCKHART4, RICHARD THOMAS3, THOMAS LARKHART2, NATHANIEL1) was born 30 Oct 1906 in Texas, and died 20 Nov 1969 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.  He married FLORENCE MERCER.  She was born 14 May 1913 in Texas, and died Aug 1987 in Eureka Springs, Carroll, Arkansas.

 

More About ELMER AUSTON STOCKTON:

Burial: Shannon Rose Hill Cemetery, Tarrant County, Texas

Census: 1930, Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas

Census 2: 1910, Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas

 

More About FLORENCE MERCER:

Burial: Shannon Rose Hill Cemetery, Tarrant County, Texas

Individual Note 2: Nick named Little Granny

     

Child of ELMER STOCKTON and FLORENCE MERCER is:

                  i.    PASTY JEAN6 STOCKTON, b. 27 Aug 1933, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; d. 2002; m. CHARLES CLARENCE BOLAND; b. 16 Apr 1933.

 

More About PASTY JEAN STOCKTON:

Individual Note: Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997

 

More About CHARLES CLARENCE BOLAND:

Record 1: 1933, Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997

 

 

28.  DORIS GERALDINE5 STOCKTON (WILLIIAM THOMAS STOCKTON4 11, WILLIAM THOMAS3 STOCKTON, HARRIS CHAPMAN2, NATHANIEL1) was born Abt. 1908.  She married LEE CLIFFORD CLEVENGER 27 Aug 1932. 

 

More About LEE CLEVENGER and DORIS STOCKTON:

Marriage: 27 Aug 1932

     

Child of DORIS STOCKTON and LEE CLEVENGER is:

                  i.    DORIS LEE6 CLEVENGER, b. 07 Oct 1933, Dallas, Texas.

 

 

 

 

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