William and Nancy Smith Family

Submitted by:  Jean Frazier Freshour


Data in this file that pertains to living individuals can be obtained from the researcher. Please contact Jean with questions or comments on this family.

(Smith: A hard name to research, any help would be appreciated)
 

Descendants of William Smith
 

Generation No. 1
 
 1.  William1 Smith1 was born Unknown in ?..  He married Nancy Charles Unknown.  She was born Unknown.
 
Notes for William Smith:
E-mail from Jackie Presley:
Jean,
Our common ancestor is Mourning Smith's grandparents = William Smith and Nancy Charles. In attempting to learn more about them, I have been looking for descendants of their children --and here you are! Do you have a wedding place/date for Mourning? Do you have same information on her parents? I have only that her dad was James Smith but have no data on her mother. Do you know where in McMinn county this Smith family lived and died? I am trying to locate where William may be buried. The story goes that Nancy C. Smith, his wife, moved to Texas after he died - but I can't confirm that --sure would like to as I live in Texas!
Jackie Presley
 
Children of William Smith and Nancy Charles are:
 2 i. Nancy2 Smith.
+ 3 ii. James Smith, born 17 June 1794 in Tennessee; died 13 October 1827.
 4 iii. John Smith, born Bef. 1853.
 5 iv. Patty Smith, born Bef. 1855.
 6 v. Israel Smith, born August 1855.
 7 vi. Joseph Smith, born August 1855.
 8 vii. Sarah Smith, born Unknown.
 9 viii. Mary Smith, born Unknown.
 

Generation No. 2
 
 3.  James2 Smith (William1)1 was born 17 June 1794 in Tennessee, and died 13 October 1827.  He married Mary Elizabeth Garrison 14 January 1813.  She was born 27 December 1790, and died 17 February 1863.
 
Notes for James Smith:
 

Sources: Elizabeth Cate Manley, Ruth Frazier
 
Notes for Mary Elizabeth Garrison:
There is a note in Ruth's booklet: "on picture given to me by Grandma Frazier is the note: Mary Garrison, great great grandmother" I wonder what became of the picture?
 
Children of James Smith and Mary Garrison are:
 10 i. Israel G.3 Smith.
 11 ii. John C. Smith.
 12 iii. William Smith.
+ 13 iv. David Smith, born 08 February 1815; died 13 September 1856 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Taylor Cemetary).
 14 v. Mary B Smith, born 21 June 1819 in South Carolina; died 10 September 1888 in Bradley Co., Tennessee.  She married Samuel Julian 08 October 1839 in McMinn County, Tennessee; born 21 August 1819 in Blount County, Tennessee; died 09 February 1902 in Bradley County, Tennessee(New Friendship Baptist Cem.).
 
Notes for Mary B Smith:
 
More About Mary B Smith:
Burial: New Friendship Baptist Church, Bradley Co., Tennessee
 
Notes for Samuel Julian:
 

Samuel Julian had 350 acres on Big Chatata Creek, just north of Taylor's Cemetery.  He was civic minded and with other members of the Julian family helped to establish and support Julian's Chapel. He had no children of his own, but raised several, three of whom were mentioned in his will as adopted children. Lula M. Julian Snyder, daughter of Samuel D. Julian was reared by Samuel and Mary but died in 1893, leaving no children.
 
+ 15 vi. Mourning Smith, born 11 December 1820 in South Carolina; died 29 August 1910 in Tyner, Tennessee.
 

Generation No. 3
 
 13.  David3 Smith (James2, William1) was born 08 February 1815, and died 13 September 1856 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Taylor Cemetary).  He married Ann B. Julian, daughter of Isom Julian and Elizabeth Patterson.  She was born Abt. 1818 in Blount County, Tennessee, and died Unknown.
 
Notes for Ann B. Julian:
 

                                                                      Sept. 15, 1856
                                    Bradley Co., East Tenn.
Dear Mother and Friends,
      On this sad evening I sit down to write to you with a heart almost broken but, O,my God, how will I relate the sad news. On Monday evening last you beloved son, David, and my kind husband, went down into a new well he was digging in the yard. He had gone 56 feet deep. He came to a rock. He went over to Father's (Isom Julian), and Father sent Sash (a slave) to help blast the rock, and they made two blast. The last blast they got off late Saturday night, and on Monday morning went down to see what was done by the last blast. The gas had collected in the well so that in a short time he called out to John (his son) and John went out to see what he wanted. He called his father and got no answer, and he then ran into the house and said "Mother, Father is dead." We all ran out and began to scream aloud. Brother Patterson (R. P. Julian) and Mr. Purvine and Mr. Donahoo and Charles Rice who was on his nag in the yard in the act of starting home. They all ran in haste. When brother came, he was out of breath, but said, "let me down. I can't see so dear a brother die without doing all I can. I expect to die with him, but let me down."
      The rope was too small to bring them both up at the same time. Brother went down and tied my dear husband -bound the body with a counterpane- and we brought him out dead, or almost so. He groaned a few times. Brother said as they started up with him "All was done that could be done to bring him to life, but all in vain." He sleeps in the arms of Jesus in spite of all we could do. O, my poor heart is almost broken, but still I must go on with my sad news. Brother cried, "O throw me some water down in haste". There was but little water and we threw it down in haste. By this time he was almost dead. He said it seemed to him like a dream that he felt the water sprinkle when it came down. By this time he was sinking and fell down dead. But, O, my God, what are we to do now? Isom, (Ann's son), said "O Mother, can I go?" I said, "O, my son, for God's sake go and do all you can." Mary Rice, (Ann's daughter), ran out with her child in her arms, only seven days old and brought a bridle to tie him to the rope. They did so, and he went down in haste and found his Uncle dead. All the chance was to tie him in the counterpane, and he tied him and took fast hold of him and then cried, "Pull us up." This was the last he recollects. They brought them up, and my brother was dead and his tongue was out of his mouth. Isom was also dead, but soon came to again, but here is my dead husband and my dead brother. The scene was more tha I could bear, but I fell to work and after some time, R. P., began to show signs of life, and thank God, he is still alive and the doctor says he will be well. He says no tongue can describe his suffering, but seems easy. He is too weak to be taken home yet, but says he thinks he will soon be able to see his home again by the help of God.
      Dear Mother, I did not know what to do, to keep my dear husband till you could come was my great desire, but the friends thought I could not do it with any degree of satisfaction to you. I am happy to say all the people, far and near, came to see my dear husband buried. It is thought there were one hundred and fifty persons present, and he was buried with the greatest solemnity ever seen in the country. The people say society has sustained a great loss, but my loss is so great my tongue cannot express it. This dear Mother, you know from experience.
      I come to a close by saying, dear friend, pray for us night and day, write to us soon, and come to see us as soon as possible. Dear Mother, as soon as sister Mourning (wife of George Julian and sister of David Smith), can spare you, send me word by letter, and I will get my dear Father to bring his buggy down and bring you up to my house to stay with me as long as you can. I am so lonely. O, how can I bear it? Mary Rice is still at my house and has a fine son. All the friends are well save Father. He has the worst cold and cough he says he ever had since he rode the Circuit. He is some better. We long to hear from you all, especially my dear unfortunate brother who mourns the loss of a dear companion with poor me. I now close my letter saying, I am your sincere and affectionate child until death. Ann Smith to Mary Smith
 
Children of David Smith and Ann Julian are:
+ 16 i. Mary E.4 Smith, born Abt. 1837.
+ 17 ii. Sarah Ann Smith, born Abt. 1838.
 18 iii. Martha J. Smith, born Abt. 1841.
 19 iv. Isom J. Smith, born Abt. 1842.  He married Susannah McLain 19 January 1866; born 10 August 1836.
+ 20 v. Rebecca Adaline Smith, born Abt. 1844; died 14 April 1879.
 21 vi. John R. Smith, born Abt. 1845.
 22 vii. James P. Smith, born Abt. 1848.
 

 15.  Mourning3 Smith (James2, William1)2 was born 11 December 1820 in South Carolina, and died 29 August 1910 in Tyner, Tennessee.  She married George Julian3 04 September 1835 in Bradley County, Tennessee, son of Isom Julian and Elizabeth Patterson.  He was born 10 July 1812 in Rutherford Co., N.C., and died 05 March 1906 in Tyner, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Mourning Smith:
Methodist Advocate-Journal:
Mrs. Mourning Julian was born in South Carolina, December 11th,1820,  and died August 29th, 1910, at the advanced age of eighty-nine years, eight months, and eighteen days.  She was married to Rev. George Julian, September 4th, 1835; was the mother of thirteen children- five girls and two boys yet living.  She also raised three orphan children who were left motherless when infants.  When about 10 years of age she professed religion and joined the Methodist Episcopal Church and remained in that church relation about 24 years, when, without consulting her, she was transferred to the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, which was organized from the M. E. Church at that time, 1844.  As soon however, as the M. E. Church was reorganized  within her reach she resumed her former relationship.  She was especially concerned in all the organized work of the church to which she belonged, reading the church periodicals and manifesting a deep and abiding interest in both the home and foreign evangelistic advance made toward the conversion of the world to Christianity.
Her husband being an itinerant Methodist minister and serving the church on large circuits with meager support, it was no insignificant problem that faced Sister Julian, when you remember 16 children must be fed, clothed and educated, and yet she was equal to the emergency.   Mrs. Julian was cheerful, happy, and contented in her domestic life, managing the little farm while her husband was out on his circuit.  Her well ordered home was visited frequently by the way-worn itinerant preacher and found to be a haven of rest and an inspiration to greater sacrifice and labor for the cause of humanity.
When the infirmities of old age came stealing upon the footsteps of mother Julian she was not taken unawares or by surprise, for she had systematically and insistantly provided against all contingencies, and met the discomforts and afflictions of the changed condition with the same heroic fortitude that characterized her womanly demeanor in all the activities of life.  And when the final summons came, like St. Paul she could say, "I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, and the time of my departure is at hand."
Thus quietly and serenely, without a pain or struggle, amidst the dissolution of the earthly tabernacle, she departed-she was not, for God took her.
George W. Coleman
 

More About Mourning Smith:
Burial: Silverdale Cemetery, Chattanooga
 
Notes for George Julian:
 
George Julian: Born July 10, 1812, in Bedford County, NC. When he was a child his parents moved to Blount County, Tenn. Deprived of early educational opportunities, he applied his mind to the search for knowledge and became a man of more than ordinary culture and influence. He was above six feet, strong and powerful. . He was an ardent and successful revivalist. He married Sept. 4, 1835, Miss Mourning Smith in McMinn County, Tenn. They had thirteen children. "At a family reunion, a short time before his death, one hundred and seventy-six (176) descendants were counted. He lived to see the fifth generation of his offspring." He retired in 1885. In his last years he grew feeble of body and mind "until only a barely perceptible breathing and a faint pulsation of a feeble heart remained" and death came March 5, 1906. He was buried at Tyner's Station, Tenn.
From: History of Methodism in Holston Conference by Isaac Patton Martin
 
(From Glenn Julian July 6 2002)
The fact that you are interested in Julian genealogy spurs me to look into
what I already have (from Dad), as well as to look for more.
 
It turns out Dad already had the obituary for Mourning Smith Julian written
by Geo. W. Coleman. Dad had typed a copy in March 1971. I don't know where he
got it, but he has typed "Methodist Advocate Journal" at the top.
 
He also typed another obituary for her, entitled "A Long Life Peacefully
Ended". By its style, this is probably from a newspaper, though Dad does not
say. This obituary identifies her burial place as "the old House Camp Ground
at Silverdale by the side of her husband". Among survivors it lists "Mrs. F.
A. Frazier of Cleveland Route 5". Do you have this obituary?
 
In the Coleman obituary it was particularly interesting to see that "without
consulting her, she was transferred to the Methodist Episcopal Church, South"
at the split in 1844.
 
George's obituary from the Journal of the Holston Conference mentions his
being ordained deacon in 1849 and elder in 1854. Both of these would have
been in the M. E. Church, South (I have a parchment certificate of ordination
as elder - must be the original, even has a little packet attached containing
the shattered fragments of the wax seal.) George and Mourning married in
1835, so it is possible George transferred Mourning to the Southern church,
rather than her being transferred by some higher administrative body.
 
At any rate Vejnar, the church historian I reached, says the George's
obituary in the Holston Conference Journal means that George transferred back
to the "northern" church. We may assume that he did so at the same time that
Mourning did after the Civil War (Coleman's obituary). [There were a lot of
Union sympathizers in East Tennessee during the war.]
 
Vejnar also says that ordination as deacon made George a "Reverend" and a
pastor. Becoming elder was added recognition.
 
My Episcopal rector told me that our Episcopalian (i. e. Anglican) church was
the only one that did not split north/south over slavery. In our church, a
deacon is of a lesser order (nevertheless entitled Rev.), and the rector gets
ordained as a priest
The latter title would have been too Popish for George!
 
I also have Dad's typed list of the results of census for 1850, 1860, and
1870 for George and his family. Either there are typing errors (or misread
handwritten census numbers) or George aged 15 years between census takings.
The results show all 13 children as they arrive and leave, plus George
Wheatley who must be one of the orphans. The census even lists George's
salary in 1860 and 1870. Do you have this information? (I don't know where
Dad got it. He lists page number and family number for each census, so there
must be books somewhere for each Census District.)
Glenn
Another letter from Glenn June 25/2003
Glenn,
 
Sounds like you have been busy. Glad to hear you are making good progress.
You are right about Chilcutt--it is on Chilcutt Road in Bradley County about
1-2 miles from Benton Pike. I actually know the pastor there now--Renny
Whittenbarger who is a school teacher here in Cleveland. My best guess is
that Gum Springs was in the Gum Springs community near present-day Gum
Springs Baptist Church on Gum Springs Rd. (near Meigs County). Freewill is
the name for a community to the west of Cleveland in the Freewill Rd, Old
Freewill Road area. There is a present-day St. Elmo Methodist on Francisco
Road which is near the Freewill area. Pickens' Chapel is the hard one.
 
Neither I nor my dad have heard of it. He looked in his History of Bradley
County book to no avail. Here are you some possible ways to obtain this info
and check my other knowledge also. I talked with Broad Street United
Methodist Church today and they said the Holston Conference of the church
had a archivist at Emory & Henry College--phone number is (276) 944-4121
(ext 6668). A older lady in our community told me to contact them and said
the church had "annals" of the Holston Conference that should have all the
old "charges" --communities ministered to. Broad Street's website is
www.bsumc.org. Another great source of Bradley County information is Dr.
Bill Snell a local historian who has written several books about Bradley
County. His home phone number is (423) 472-8408.
 
Hope this info helps.
 
Randy Morris
Vivien,
 

I had been looking for information about the Candy's Creek farm. The "Mr. Julian,
M. E. preacher" was Rev. George Julian, grandfather of Minnie Payne's husband Ernest Julian, and my own great-grandfather. I had found Rev. George in District 10 census in 1870, so sale of the farm by Jos. B. Cobb in February 1870 is consistent.
 
Perhaps association of the farm with Jos. B. Cobb, or the date of sale, will allow tracking precisely where the farm was and how big it was.
 
I had not been able to find registration of sale of the farm by Rev. George Julian at about the time he bought a plot for a home in Cleveland 1 July 1896.
 
Thank YOU!
 
Glenn Julian
 
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In February 1870 our father Jos. B. Cobb sold his farm on Candy's Creek, E. Tenn., 3 1/2 miles N.W. of Cleveland in Bradley Co. to a Mr. Julian, an M.E. preacher and we turned our faces westward to the far off Indian Ty. Being part Cherokee Indian we all had a right to land in the Cherokee ...
http://www.tngenweb.org/bradley/b_cobb.htm 04/10/03, 25885 bytes
 

(June 25, 2003)
Subject: Re: circuit rider's circuit
 

DEED
J. B. Cobb
to
George Julian
 
This indenture made and entered into this 23rd day of March 1870 between Joseph B. Cobb of the county of Bradley and state of Tennessee, of the one part, and George Julian of the County and State aforesaid, of the other part Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of the sum of four thousand two hundred and fifty dollars, twenty two hundred and fifty dollars of the above sum is paid down and two notes of hand dated 18th of January 1870. One for one thousand dollars due the 18th of January 1871 without interest and the other note for one thousand dollars due 18th of January 1872 with interest from date. Which payments are for a certain piece of land in the said county of Bradley and contain by estimation two hundred and thirteen acres and one third be the same more or less and being a part of the North East and North West quarters of Section five in Township two and Range One west of the basis line Ocoee District and taken off of the North side of said two quarter sections of land the fourth side of said two quarters of land belong to Thomas H. Callaway and in addition to the above two hundred and thirteen and one third acres as above conveyed to said Julian the said Joseph B. Cobb hereby conveys a small fraction of land on the East side of the creek and taken out of the one hundred and six acres and two thirds. On the South side of said quarter this fraction of land contains one acre of land more or less leaving the main line near the creek and running to the foot of the hill so as to include a spring and is in the shape of a V and is an old Marked line which pieces of land together with the appertainances thereto appertaining or belonging to the said Joseph B. Cobb for himself and his heirs to the said George Julian his heirs and assigns will forever covenant and defend as an indefeasible Estate of inheritance in fee simple.
        In testimony whereof the said Joseph B. Cobb has hereunto set his hand and seal the day and date above written.
Witness              J. B. Cobb    Seal
Thomas H. Callaway
 
State of Tennessee* Personally appeared before me Samuel Hunt Clerk of the County      
Bradley County     * Court in and for the County and State above named
   J. B. Cobb the bargainor in the foregoing Deed with whom I am
Personally acquainted Who acknowledged the execution of the same for the purposes therein contained. Given under my hand at Office in Cleveland this 23rd day of March 1870      Samuel Hunt, Clerk
 

State of Tennessee* I certify that the foregoing Deed was received this day at
Bradley County     * 10 * Oclock A M and noted in Book A page 52 and with the
   Clerks certificate is duly registered in My Office in Book C
pages 325-6 March the 24th 1870.                     A. B. Norton Register
 
$4.50 cents
Internal

J. B. Cobb
March 24th
From Bradley County, Tennessee Deed Book C, p. 325 M536-25
 
DEED
J. B. Cobb
to
George Julian
 

First I had to learn that the 19th century surveyor's grid is tilted at about
24 degrees to the lines of latitude and longitude, then I had to reconstruct
the grid and count off townships and sections. But I succeeded in locating the
farm, and it is indeed "on Candies Creek near Georgetown", the best
description my Dad had been able to find. It turns out that Betty and I nearly drove
over the property while roaming country roads last June.
 
Thanks for your help!
 
Next, I want to research George's father Isham Julian. You found he had
resided for awhile in McMinn County. Have you learned anything additional?
 

Glenn Julian
 
 
 
More About George Julian:
Burial: Silverdale Cemetery, Chattanooga
 
Children of Mourning Smith and George Julian are:
+ 23 i. Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, born 24 June 1837 in Hamilton County, Tennessee; died 01 February 1893 in Hamilton County, Tennessee.
+ 24 ii. Sarah McCamy Julian, born 29 April 1839 in Hamilton County, Tennessee; died 01 November 1925 in Daisy , Hamilton County, Tennessee; Stepchild.
 25 iii. James Henegar Julian4, born 02 November 1841 in Tennessee; died 01 April 1924 in Tye, Texas; Stepchild.  He married Mary Elizabeth Gamble 07 March 1867 in ?.; born Abt. 1848 in Hamilton County, Tennessee; died Abt. 1922 in Tye, Texas.
 
Notes for James Henegar Julian:
Five children
 
+ 26 iv. Martha Ann Julian, born 19 June 1843 in Hamilton County, Tennessee; died 13 December 1933 in Gary, West Virginia; Stepchild.
 27 v. Pauline Cunningham Julian, born 12 October 1844; died 07 May 18555; Stepchild.
+ 28 vi. Samuel Daily Julian, born 08 June 1846 in Tennessee; died 09 August 1875 in Ft. Smith Arkansas; Stepchild.
 29 vii. John C. Julian, born 05 October 1848 in Tennessee; died 17 January 1865 in Tennessee; Stepchild.  He married none.
+ 30 viii. Sophronia Eulalia Julian, born 08 July 1851 in Tennessee; died 17 April 1935 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Fort Hill Cemetery); Stepchild.
+ 31 ix. Isham B. Julian, born 04 November 1852 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 01 January 1903 in Texas; Stepchild.
+ 32 x. Frances Lutetia Julian, born 13 March 1855 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 24 September 1938 in Bradley County, Tennessee; Stepchild.
+ 33 xi. Susan Mabra Julian, born 16 November 1856 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 04 May 1889 in Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee; Stepchild.
+ 34 xii. Fanny Lossen Adelia Julian, born 15 August 1859 in Tyner, Hamiliton County, Tennessee; died 26 February 1952 in Hamilton County, Tennessee; Stepchild.
+ 35 xiii. Marsena Franklin Julian, born 10 October 1861 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 26 September 1933 in Cleveland, Tennessee; Stepchild.
 

Generation No. 4
 
 16.  Mary E.4 Smith (David3, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1837.  She married Charles Rice. 
 
Child of Mary Smith and Charles Rice is:
 36 i. Son5 Rice, born Abt. September 1856.
 

 17.  Sarah Ann4 Smith (David3, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1838.  She married Philmore G. Henry6, son of Ake Henry and Sarah ?.  He was born Abt. 1836.
 
Children of Sarah Smith and Philmore Henry are:
+ 37 i. Sarah Caroline5 Henry, born 09 February 1858; died 26 October 1945 in Burial: Fort Hill Cemetery, Cleveland, Tennessee.
 38 ii. Julia Ann Henry, born 26 December 1856; died Abt. 1858.
 
More About Julia Ann Henry:
Burial: Taylor Cemetery, Bradley Co., Tennessee
 

 20.  Rebecca Adaline4 Smith (David3, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1844, and died 14 April 1879.  She married David Crockett McLain Abt. 1860, son of Isaac McLain.  He was born 12 October 1834, and died 28 October 1908.
 
More About Rebecca Adaline Smith:
Burial: Sumach, Georgia
 
More About David Crockett McLain:
Burial: Sumach , Georgia
 
Children of Rebecca Smith and David McLain are:
+ 39 i. Mollie5 McLain.
+ 40 ii. David Garrison McLain, born 27 August 1861; died 02 January 1923 in Burial: Fort Hill Cemetery, Cleveland, Tennessee.
+ 41 iii. Houston H. McLain, born 06 April 1869; died Abt. June 1936.
+ 42 iv. Thomas Leach McLain, born Abt. 1874; died 27 February 1941.
 43 v. Lennie McLain.  She married ? McGrew.
 

 23.  Mary Elizabeth4 Julian (Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)7 was born 24 June 1837 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died 01 February 1893 in Hamilton County, Tennessee.  She married Hezekiah Varner 20 October 1859 in Hamilton County, Tennessee.  He was born Unknown in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died Unknown.
 
Children of Mary Julian and Hezekiah Varner are:
+ 44 i. Henry5 Varner.
+ 45 ii. Sarah Jane Varner.
+ 46 iii. Elizabeth Barksdale Varner, born Unknown.
+ 47 iv. Frances Matilda Varner, born Unknown.
 

 24.  Sarah McCamy4 Julian (Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)7 was born 29 April 1839 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died 01 November 1925 in Daisy , Hamilton County, Tennessee.  She married Jerome Lovelady 24 January 1856 in Daisy, Hamilton County, Tennessee.  He was born Abt. 1831 in Daisy, Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died 17 November 1885 in Daisy, Hamilton County, Tennessee.
 
More About Sarah McCamy Julian:
Burial: Lovelady Cemetery, Hamilton Co., Tennessee
 
More About Jerome Lovelady:
Burial: Lovelady Cemetery, Hamilton Co., Tennessee
 
Children of Sarah Julian and Jerome Lovelady are:
 48 i. Gideon5 Lovelady.
+ 49 ii. Mary (Molly) Lovelady.
 50 iii. George Lovelady.
+ 51 iv. Joe L. Lovelady.
 52 v. Laura Lovelady.
+ 53 vi. Pauline Lovelady.
+ 54 vii. Hubert Lovelady.
+ 55 viii. Catherine Lovelady.
 56 ix. Esther Lovelady.
+ 57 x. Charles Coke Lovelady, born Abt. 1876; died 13 October 1969.
 

 26.  Martha Ann4 Julian (Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 19 June 1843 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died 13 December 1933 in Gary, West Virginia.  She married J. C.. Moreland7 Abt. 1864 in Tyner, Hamiliton County, Tennessee.  He was born 02 December 1834 in Tennessee, and died 19 October 1888 in Tyner, Hamiliton County, Tennessee.
 
More About Martha Ann Julian:
Burial: Silverdale Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee
 
More About J. C.. Moreland:
Burial: Silverdale Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee
 
Children of Martha Julian and J. Moreland are:
 58 i. Adelia5 Moreland, born Abt. 1865.
 59 ii. George M. Moreland, born Abt. 1866.
 60 iii. Samuel H. Moreland, born Abt. 1869.
+ 61 iv. Maude Beatrice Moreland, born Unknown.
 62 v. Grover J. Moreland, born Unknown.
 

 28.  Samuel Daily4 Julian (Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 08 June 1846 in Tennessee, and died 09 August 1875 in Ft. Smith Arkansas.  He married Matilda Shelton 09 October 1867 in Tyner, Hamiliton County, Tennessee.  She was born 10 November 1847 in Tennessee, and died 17 March 1881 in Tyner, Hamiliton County, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Samuel Daily Julian:
 

 Served in Civil War, enlisting when he was only 16, was captured but escaped.  His children were left orphans when they were very young.  Son, John, died on the same day as his father.
 
More About Matilda Shelton:
Burial: Silverdale Cemetery, Chattanooga
 
Children of Samuel Julian and Matilda Shelton are:
 63 i. Lula5 Julian, born 21 February 1871; died 16 June 1893.  She married David B. Snyder 08 March 1892.
 
More About Lula Julian:
Burial: New Friendship Baptist Cemetery, Bradley Co., Tennessee
 
+ 64 ii. Emma Julian (twin), born 14 January 1874 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 28 June 1965 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
+ 65 iii. Ella Julian, born 14 January 1874 in Blount Co., Tennessee; died 04 March 1919.
 66 iv. John Julian, born 09 August 1875; died 09 August 1875.
 

 30.  Sophronia Eulalia4 Julian (Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 08 July 1851 in Tennessee, and died 17 April 1935 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Fort Hill Cemetery).  She married James O. A. Still 23 October 1873 in Bradley County, Tennessee.  He was born 10 November 1845 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 18 March 1920 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
 
More About James O. A. Still:
Burial: Fort Hill Cemetery, Bradley Co., Tennessee
 
Children of Sophronia Julian and James Still are:
 67 i. Virginia5 Still, born Abt. August 1874 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died Abt. 1946 in Bradley County, Tennessee.  She married G.W.Cole.
+ 68 ii. Festus Still, born December 1876; died 27 April 1954.
+ 69 iii. Loris Andrew Still, born Abt. October 1880; died Abt. 1949.
+ 70 iv. Bessie Still, born 27 April 1879; died 16 February 1970.
+ 71 v. J. Frank Still, born 23 December 1891; died 19 July 1970.
 

 31.  Isham B.4 Julian (Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 04 November 1852 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 01 January 1903 in Texas.  He married Addie Pear 29 April 1880 in Bradley County, Tennessee.  She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
 
Notes for Addie Pear:
Also seen as Pair/Fair?
 
Child of Isham Julian and Addie Pear is:
+ 72 i. William Arms5 Julian, born 02 December 1870 in Hamilton Co., Tennessee; died 22 November 1954 in Ft. Sumner, New Mexico.
 

 32.  Frances Lutetia4 Julian (Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)8 was born 13 March 1855 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 24 September 1938 in Bradley County, Tennessee.  She married Francis Asbury Frazier9 08 December 1875 in Bradley County, Tennessee, son of Philip Frazier and Nancy Ware.  He was born 05 May 1851 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 17 January 1921 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Frances Lutetia Julian:
Name sometimes spelled Lutecia. Always called Lou.
 

I remember Grandma Frazier as being a pretty lady.  Usually sitting by the fire or on the porch in the summertime,sewing or reading.  I think that I was a little in awe of her.  I remember her having long conversations with my father when we went there.  I don't remember her ever going anywhere.  Of course, when I knew her it was in her later years, and maybe that is what you did at that age at that time of life.    Grandma told her children, after they were grown, that if they wanted a second name they could use her maiden name, Julian  (she would be right up to date).  Grandma talked politics and international affairs with intelligence and interest.  Ruth Frazier remembered  many family reunions in the big yard  at the farm in Bradley County.
 
The article* that she wrote after the death of Grandpa and the letters written during their courtship reveal much about the close relationship of this couple.   Jean Frazier Freshour
*see Frances Asbury Frazier
 
More About Frances Lutetia Julian:
Burial: Fort Hill Cemetery
 
Notes for Francis Asbury Frazier:
Always called Frank.
 
Ruth Frazier remembered Grandpa Frazier as a very quiet person He wore a French goatee.  I remember that my mother loved him very much and said he was a kind and gentle person. He had a teacher's certificate from1876 to 1883. I have several letters written by Frank to Lou and one from Lou to Frank from their courting days in 1870's.  They seemed to have a very close relationship.  Also, we have a poem written by Lou after Frank's death. 
 
His beautiful farm was in Michigan Avenue Community, Bradley County.  In 1884 he was elected to fill out a half term as County Court Clerk and in 1886 he was reelected.  He was a well respected farmer who took much interest in improvement of conditions for farmers.  Through his efforts Farmers Cooperative Insurance was established. 
 
I was born on his birthday , May 5, 1922.  My mother was always  sorry that he did not live to know that he had a grandchild  sharing his birthday.  He had died , January 17, 1921.  He had gone to John Hopkins Hospital for treatment
near the end but they could not help him.
 
Sources:Family Tradition: Jean Frazier Freshour
 

--These are copies of letters written in 1875 when Frank and Lou were courting. They were married 08/12/1875:
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At Home Jan. 22nd 1875 My Dear Lou: As I think of going to town today; I deem it not improper to write you a few lines in order that your mind may be employed in meditating over the thoughts expressed by one that loves you because of your worthy principles. I have been on a visit to McMinn, got home yesterday enjoyed myself finely. I expect to go to Georgia tomorrow if everything goes well to see my sis down there. I wish you were here to go with me. I don't know whether I will go to Dalton or not. I would like the very best kind to see Fronie and James. Lou, I would like finally to see you, and will see you soon if nothing happens to the contrary. I think I will be over to see you about Saturday week - that is the fifth Saturday or Sunday. Lou, if you get this in time I would like for you to answer it by that time so I will know for certain whether you will be home or not. As you have been talking of going off for a visit. If you had thought of going at that time let me know and I will not come then. As it is getting late, I will bring my remarks to a close for this time. I am in good health. Sam, Ma, and Ruth have had or are taking the mumps, the boys are about well -Ruth is just taking them. Dear Lou, think of your loved one often, remember you are not forgotten amid the gayest throng - with many, very many wishes for you happiness I will close, your very tender and affectionate love. F. A. Frazier
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At Home Feb. 17th, 1875 Dear Lou I received your note yesterday evening. I did not have time before, I was somewhat surprised when I received it and saw the hand writer. I can only say in answer to Isham's request; I would like most excellent well to go with him but I think it most impossible for many reasons, I am truly sorry that it is so; for the reason, as you said we have never taken a trip together and I don't know when we will have another opportunity, but if I can't go this time , I hope this will not be the last chance. Tell him that if it was in my power to go, I would come with pleasure, but if he wishes to go not to let me be the cause; but to go anyhow, maybe he will have a better chance at the girls. I would sign my reasons for not going, but I deem it unnecessary. I will tell him when I see him. Lou, I would be glad to say but I don't know when I can come now, not before the first of the month anyhow. We have had a good deal of sickness in the family. Ruthie has not been able for duty in a month - she is now on the mend. Father has been confined to the house every since the day I went to your house, my health continues good. Lou, take care of yourself; many are sick and dying; for this reason I shall be glad to hear fromyou often. I will write you again before long. Very affectionately yours, F. A. Frazier (note added to letter) Saturday Feb. 19th Dear Lou: As I answered your note several days ago and haven't had an opportunity of sending it to the office; I will add a little more and make it answer for another letter. I guess as it was raining all day yesterday you did not look for me, had the weather been good, I guess you would have been disappointed. I could not have gone anyway. Lou, I was down and spent a few hours with Uncle Herd R. and family another evening. They treated me very kind when I started Bas followed me out to the gate and said -Mr. F. you have not told me all about our folks on the creek, said he wanted to go with me when I went over again said as I was the eldest he would give me prefference (guess he will) should he go next time. With much love and affection for you I close, F.A.F. Lou, I guess I will come to see you about Saturday before the first Sunday in March. Please write to me between now and then if you had rather I would not come that soon tell me and I will put it off, I will have to come on Saturday or Sunday as I can't loose the time during week days. Don't you think I am about out of paper.
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At Home August 6th,1875 My Dear Lou: It is in and through my most tender affections of my heart I attempt writing you this evening and I can hardly keep from feeling a dread that my letter will not render entire satisfaction, but Lou if it don't in my heart I blame no one but myself for you have been true and offered fare in every respect. I stand pretty much where I did when we parted last. I have studied and restudied the matter but hard to come to the point where I look at it one way but on the other hand it looks like nonsence to be halting between two opinions, what is a few months either way? I opened school this week with 45 S. good many to come in next week but the trouble is I can't find out for certain how long the school will last. Mr. Henry said he did not think it would continue much over three months and if that be the case it would not be worth our while to settle near the school house. If we could get a house to live in but decided to give you the prefference if you will except as to the time three or four months, don't amount to much anyway- very true I would rather my arrangements were made for another year but nevertheless thy will as well as mine be done. If it be your desire to marry soon I will try to make some arrangements to take care of you' if not assure your folks we will be as little trouble as possible when we do get ready to be off so far as their affairs are concerned. I would not have them wait a minute on us. Lou, I wish I was with you, I could talk better perhaps than I can write (I don't know either whether I could or not). I long for the time to come when this subject will be worked over no more and when we will dwell in love together, then I think I will be happy at your side. Contentment: O' how sweet it would be. I hope I will experience it soon; may I not lose another year as I have the last but may the year to come, find us situated together is the earnest desire of your loving, Frank. Dear Lou, I hope you will pardon me if I have said anything contrary to thy will because nothing has been meant that way; but much to thee I owe for the kindness thou has shown toward me. I am going to town tomorrow before I hear from you. I would like to have a letter from you as soon next week as possible. Perhaps I can come over Saturday week or tomorrow week if necessay. I don't know anything to the contrary now. Mother and Ruth have been preparing for the meeting. Ruth says to tell you to come and stay awhile with her. I am well as usual this week. I remain as ever your affectionate lover. F. A. Frazier
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At Home Aug. 21st 1775 My dearest Lou: According to promise, I will write you a few lines that you may know that I will survive. Nothing I believe very interesting to write you. I arrived safely at home about dust Sabboth eve without any rain on me. It seemed almost like a providential thing that the rain ceased that evening. Lou, I feel very much fatigued this morning after laboring all week with from 40 -50 chaps in the school house which was very tiresome. I was called on during the night last night to go for a doctor for two of my neighbor boys who are very poorly with fevor. After riding to Cleveland and back you can guess I don't feel very gay this morning. But Lou, while such is the case you know I have always complied with my promises when I tell you I'll do anything so long as it is in my power I will do it. I hope that I will never be guilty of prevaricating, but ever be true to one I hold so dear. Lou, I often think of you, and with deep affections each meeting seems happier than the last, and each parting more painful. Time rapidly wings its flight, but never to fast can it move until thou art borne to my bosom. Until that happy day, and after it may all love, joy, and peace be thine is the sincere wish of your very humble and affectionate Frank. P.S. Lou I thought I was done writing but I have thought of something more. Especially for Fannie, tell her that Mr. Moore has returned home. Visited my school yesterday - said he would like very much to go to Candy Creek, asked me when I was going over and so on - Ruth is fixing to go to Georgia with sister to stay awhile, she and I calculate on going to Burkets tomorrow to a meeting. I wish you and I. B. would come over there. Lou, you must excuse my pencil scribling. Pa spilt all my ink last night and it is the best I can do at this time. Don't know when I will be over again would like to come before all of the peaches are gone. I will hope to hear from you immediately if not sooner, please Lou, do not disappoint me. Yours Truely----
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Candy Creek, Tennessee Sept. 18/1875 Dear Frank- I received your apprecative missive some two hours ago. Brother told me what you said today. I don't know what to say in answer to your intergations as to renting at Uncle S. unless it be as of old. It's as you think best I am not going to complain when you do the best you can. One thing certain we don't like we will not be bound to stay always. But if I know anything of the house it will need repair. As to settling near relatives, I don't care much about it, no to be candid. Yet I will never throw a single straw in your way if I know it. If you think it best - all well. I can stay if only you are there. Where you are to sympathize with me I can, I will try to be content. I do not wish to be dictatorial in the least. So do dear Frank as you think best - for yourself & Lou, I think will not complain. What is best for you is as I consider for me. When you have made a decision be prompt to- let - me know what it is. I heard this week that you had ken the Sprigg's place. I did not know whether it was so or not till your letter came this evening- I was sorry to hear that you were not well. Frank, you don't know how glad I will be when you get out of that school room. I hope that I will be better than I now am. I went to Mr. Lawson's today. I am so tired tonight I can scarcely sit-up to write. It was weaving Friday but I had to give up the attempt- about two hours by sun. First time I ever had weaving to affect my breath and could scarcely breathe for twenty-four hours without pain. Maybe it will get better now. I feel better than yesterday, some. I thought that it would be better for me to be in company than not- is the reason I went to Mr. L's today. I want to see you Frank. I have never known trouble till of late. You may not understand why so but I know it's that way. My heart has been wrung with grief. I have often thought that I cannot bear it alone. You may think it weakness yet I can't avoid it. Soon I hope it will be ended as to an addition yet it's pangs will ever remain in my bosom. This only causes me to cling closer to the one I have selected of all others I think most sure to make me happy in this life. Come over whether F. comes or not- she will come if nothing happens more than we know now--Excuse this would be letter for I will have to close for tonight - it is late and a big days work before me tomorrow. So with much love to you I say Goodnight, Lou Monday Morning September 20th 1875 Frank, I have been thinking about what Brother said If we are going to Uncle's I say go- if Uncle will give you a chance that will pay you it may be that he would let me stay till you would have time to do better. Then I would like to be near sister Susie. I have always been independent of my Chatata relatives and it will remain so. You know how I hold my head it will still be up for I know some of them don't like me. And I am not one inch behind them. Your Uncle seemed to enjoy his visit yesterday- As I was getting on my horse he chucked a letter at me- We will enjoy this week if I keep feeling as well as I do this morning. Hope to see you soon, was glad to hear from Sallie, Your affectionate Lou J.
------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------- The article that she wrote after the death of Grandpa and the letters written during their courtship reveal much about the close relationship of this couple. The following passage was found by Grandma bed, written in her handwriting, after Grandpa's death. Did she copy it or did she write it herself?
 
 "Death crossed over our threshold and left the voice of our loved one dumb. Our friends clasp our hands and try to say words that will soothe our hearts that are stricken numb. Speech seems so vain when sorrow is at its peak. Words are such little things. So sadly they fail in the deep moments of sorrow the darkening mystery of death. Yet there are words that console and save, words associated with love, grief, and hope, and thoughts of God. (The coward in us whispers and we shed many a tear.) Though the home life is endowed with memories sweet, we dread the very silence of the place. There we catch ourselves listening for the call to service to help in his weakness, in the silent hours of the night for the breathing to know that he slept or was only keeping still so that we might not be distrubed. He was so intimately connected with every tiny affair of the daily living. His strong personality raised all to a high level and quickened the lives of all around him and his presence surely filled in and rounded out our home. At times I feel as though the world had stopped moving and that I was never to feel it go again."
 
See scrapbook for obituary
 
More About Francis Asbury Frazier:
Burial: Fort Hill Cemetery
 
Children of Frances Julian and Francis Frazier are:
+ 73 i. Winfred Julian5 Frazier, born 05 November 1876 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 16 August 1957 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Fort Hill Cementery).
 74 ii. Maude Julian Frazier10, born 26 November 1877 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 06 March 1937 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Fort Hill Cementery).
 
Notes for Maude Julian Frazier:
 

Aunt Maude never married.  She was the only daughter and as many daughters of her time she stayed at home and cared for her parents.   I remember going there as a child and she would takes us out to see the chickens; she seemed to always be trying out another breed.  She was an attractive lady with a beautiful smile.  She almost always cooked country ham for breakfast.
 
(a letter written by Maude to her parents while she was visiting relatives in Texas)
 
Abilene, Texas May 3, 1904 Dear Papa and Mamma: I suspose that by this time you know that I am at Uncle Henegar's. Lillie came home Sat. and staid until Sunday afternoon. I have seen all of the folks but Pearl and her babies and Aunt Addie. Charlie and his family have moved back here so they are all here in a bunch - not more than three miles apart.
 
 Now I am going to tell you something. It rained a shower here last night- the first for seven months. What do you think of that? Uncle has not planted a grain of anything and many people are hauling water five miles and driving stock many miles to water. You never saw grass any deader in Aug. or in the dead of winter for that matter in Tennessee. They will say that they never saw it so dry but once before since they have been in Texas.
 
Taking everything into consideration I have seen nothing superior to Tenn.. Yet the best homes in the country here would seem common there and I have been no place yet where they fare better than we do at home. Everyone treats me royally here. Indeed, they hardily allow me to get myself a drink of water.
 
 I have had no mail since I came here for I had my mail sent to Caps and they have quit going there for mail since that law was passed that the Star Route carriers could distribute mails along their route. So don't forget to write me to Abilene in care of Uncle as he went and had my name registered with his so that mail would be sent.
 
How is the garden and crops? I am well and hearty but just about as lazy as you can imagine. I will go to Merkle and spend two or three days at the close of the school. Write me often as you can with all of the news.
 
 Your Loving daughter, Maude Frazier
 

More About Maude Julian Frazier:
Medical Information: probably heart attack
 
+ 75 iii. Alva Julian Frazier, born 25 September 1879 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 23 May 1932 in Lenoir City, Tennessee.
+ 76 iv. Eustis Julian Frazier, born 05 June 1881 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 19 November 1950 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Fort Hill Cementery).
+ 77 v. Carlos Julian Frazier, born 21 December 1883 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 15 June 1979 in Lantana, Florida.
 

 33.  Susan Mabra4 Julian (Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)11 was born 16 November 1856 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 04 May 1889 in Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee.  She married Eramasus Taylor Hutsell12 16 March 1876 in Bradley County, Tennessee, son of Andrew Hutsell and Mary Earhart.  He was born 26 September 1847, and died 12 May 1930 in Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Susan Mabra Julian:
 

have conflicting dates for death:  05/04/1889 or 05/07/1886
also for marriage:03/16/1876 or 11/16/1786
Susan was reared by Samuel and Mary Smith Julian ECM
 
More About Susan Mabra Julian:
Burial: Union Chapel U. Methodist Church Cemetery
 
Notes for Eramasus Taylor Hutsell:
also have marriage date of 16/11/1876?
 
More About Eramasus Taylor Hutsell:
Burial: Union Chapel U. Methodist Church Cemetery
 
Children of Susan Julian and Eramasus Hutsell are:
+ 78 i. Minnie Lee5 Hutsell, born 21 March 1878; died 12 September 1943.
+ 79 ii. Etha Ophelia Hutsell, born 25 September 1879; died Aft. 1972.
+ 80 iii. Susan Mabra Hutsell, born 18 July 1881; died September 1932.
+ 81 iv. Della Erasmus Hutsell, born 22 December 1884; died 13 March 1946.
+ 82 v. Samme Julian Hutsell, born 21 June 1888; died 05 September 1982 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
 

 34.  Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian (Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)13 was born 15 August 1859 in Tyner, Hamiliton County, Tennessee, and died 26 February 1952 in Hamilton County, Tennessee.  She married James Harvey Johnston14 28 April 1880 in Cleveland, Tennessee.  He was born 12 October 1858 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 28 March 1949 in Hamilton County, Tennessee.
 
More About Fanny Lossen Adelia Julian:
Burial: Tyner Cemetery, Hamiliton Co., Tennessee
 
Notes for James Harvey Johnston:
 

Wheeler Roger and James H, sons of this family were famous baseball
players. (Doc) W.R.and Jimmy Johnston were friendly rivals in 1920 World Series Doc played for Cleveland and Jimmy for Brooklyn.
 
W. R. (Doc) Johnston, Jr. was a well known radio and t v  personality in
Knoxville before his death in 1981
 
More About James Harvey Johnston:
Burial: Tyner Cemetery, Hamiliton Co., Tennessee
 
Children of Fanny Julian and James Johnston are:
 83 i. Myrtle Beatrice5 Johnston14, born 18 March 1881 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 27 April 1905.
+ 84 ii. Warren Bishop Johnston, born 13 December 1882; died 22 March 1965 in Hamilton County, Tennessee.
+ 85 iii. Wheeler Roger (Doc) Johnston, born 09 September 1887 in Cleveland, Tennessee; died 19 May 1961 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
+ 86 iv. James Harle Johnston, born 10 December 1889 in Hamiliton County, Tennessee; died 14 February 1967 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
+ 87 v. Annie Mack Johnston, born 02 December 1892 in Cleveland, Tennessee; died 1995 in Nashville, Tennessee.
+ 88 vi. Julian Adelia Johnston, born 26 September 1902 in Cleveland, Tennessee; died April 1994 in Atlanta, Georgia.
+ 89 vii. Clifton Marcena Johnston, born 20 March 1885 in Cleveland, Tennessee; died 11 April 1967 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
 

 35.  Marsena Franklin4 Julian (Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)15 was born 10 October 1861 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 26 September 1933 in Cleveland, Tennessee.  He married Louise Alice Hawk 14 November 1888 in Bradley County, Tennessee., daughter of Wiley Hawk and Mary Gray.  She was born 28 February 1866, and died 10 April 1932 in Cleveland, Tennessee.
 
More About Marsena Franklin Julian:
Burial: Fort Hill Cemetery, Bradley Co., Tennessee
 
More About Louise Alice Hawk:
Burial: Fort Hill Cemetery, Bradley Co., Tennessee
 
Children of Marsena Julian and Louise Hawk are:
+ 90 i. Ernest Simpson5 Julian, born 03 August 1892 in Bradley Co., Tennessee; died 08 December 1955 in Bradley Co., Tennessee.
+ 91 ii. Glenn Hyder Julian, born 09 August 1896 in Abilene, Texas; died 10 January 1982 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
 

Generation No. 5
 
 37.  Sarah Caroline5 Henry (Sarah Ann4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 09 February 1858, and died 26 October 1945 in Burial: Fort Hill Cemetery, Cleveland, Tennessee.  She married Dr. William Mattison Wilson.  He was born 01 August 1850, and died 18 April 1902.
 
Children of Sarah Henry and Dr. Wilson are:
+ 92 i. Walter W.6 Wilson, born 17 August 1883.
+ 93 ii. Nella Wilson, born 27 August 1885; died 27 August 1970.
 

 39.  Mollie5 McLain (Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)  She married ? Burch. 
 
Child of Mollie McLain and ? Burch is:
 94 i. Bessie6 Burch.  She married B. Henry Campbell.
 

 40.  David Garrison5 McLain (Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)16 was born 27 August 1861, and died 02 January 1923 in Burial: Fort Hill Cemetery, Cleveland, Tennessee.  He married (1) Laura Ellen Leamon 22 August 1880.  She was born 21 October 1857, and died 27 February 1911.  He married (2) Minnie McKamy Aft. 1911. 
 
Notes for David Garrison McLain:
Mortician
 
More About David Garrison McLain:
Burial: Fort Hill, Bradley Co., Tennessee
 
Children of David McLain and Laura Leamon are:
+ 95 i. Addie Jane6 McLain, born 03 May 1881; died 12 March 1960 in Bradley Co., Tennessee.
+ 96 ii. Oscar Lee McLain, born 17 October 1883; died 30 March 1953 in Bradley Co., Tennessee.
+ 97 iii. Lela May McLain, born 10 May 1886; died 04 April 1943 in Bradley Co., Tennessee.
 98 iv. James Timothy McLain, born 19 November 1888; died 13 August 1943.  He married Grace Fleming West 20 April 1915; born 20 April 1898.
 99 v. Pearl McLain, born 12 October 1890; died Abt. 1963 in Bradley Co., Tennessee.  She married Frank S. Eiffert 18 March 1914; born Abt. 1890; died Abt. 1963.
 
More About Pearl McLain:
Burial: Fort Hill, Bradley Co., Tennessee
 
+ 100 vi. Ann McLain, born 29 April 1894.
 

 41.  Houston H.5 McLain (Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)17 was born 06 April 1869, and died Abt. June 1936.  He married Sarah Emma Humberd 18 December 1889.  She was born 01 June 1872, and died 01 January 1949.
 
Children of Houston McLain and Sarah Humberd are:
 101 i. James Edward6 McLain.
 102 ii. Lillie Gertrude McLain, born 11 January 1891; died Abt. April 1967.
+ 103 iii. William D. McLain, born 13 April 1893; died Abt. September 1952 in Michigan.
 104 iv. John S. McLain, born 08 March 1895; died 03 October 1939 in Burial: Fort Hill Cemetery, Cleveland, Tennessee.  He married Jimmie Buchanan 19 May 1919; born Abt. 1896; died 30 January 1970.
+ 105 v. Carl Henry McLain, born 23 December 1898; died 13 March 1972 in Bradley Co., Tennessee.
+ 106 vi. Wallace Roy McLain, born 28 November 1900.
+ 107 vii. Calvin E. McLain, born 01 April 1903; died 11 January 1962.
 108 viii. Jewell McLain, born 22 May 1905; died 26 January 1936.
+ 109 ix. Earl F. McLain, born 09 August 1907; died 04 July 1975.
 110 x. Effie McLain, born 18 March 1913.  She married L. W. Lynch.
 

 42.  Thomas Leach5 McLain (Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1874, and died 27 February 1941.  He married Alora Lee, daughter of Sterling Lee and Maggie Battles.  She died 03 August 1955.
 
Children of Thomas McLain and Alora Lee are:
 111 i. Rose6 McLain.
+ 112 ii. Flavius J. McLain.
 113 iii. Evelyn McLain.  She married Rev. Frank Lemons.
 114 iv. T. Lloyd McLain, born 29 October 1908.
 

 44.  Henry5 Varner (Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married (1) Amanda Morrison.    He married (2) Samantha Richadson O'Donald. 
 
Children of Henry Varner and Amanda Morrison are:
 115 i. Hezekiah6 Varner.
+ 116 ii. Henrietta Varner.
 

Child of Henry Varner and Samantha O'Donald is:
+ 117 i. Henrietta6 Varner.
 

 45.  Sarah Jane5 Varner (Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married Franklin Coleman. 
 
Children of Sarah Varner and Franklin Coleman are:
 118 i. Fred6 Coleman.
 119 ii. Nettie Coleman.
 120 iii. Paul Coleman.
 121 iv. Gertie Coleman.
 122 v. Harry Coleman.
 123 vi. Pearl Coleman.
 124 vii. Maude Coleman.
 125 viii. Wayne Coleman.
 126 ix. General Coleman.
 127 x. Earl Coleman.
 

 46.  Elizabeth Barksdale5 Varner (Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Unknown.  She married Red Byrd Hunter. 
 
Children of Elizabeth Varner and Red Hunter are:
 128 i. Paul6 Hunter.
+ 129 ii. Benjamin Hunter.
+ 130 iii. Daniel Hunter.
 131 iv. Infant Hunter.
 

 47.  Frances Matilda5 Varner (Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Unknown.  She married David O'Dell Hickman. 
 
Children of Frances Varner and David Hickman are:
+ 132 i. Ida Mae6 Hickman, born Abt. 1886; died Abt. 1945.
+ 133 ii. Mary Elizabeth Hickman, born Abt. 1889; died Abt. 1960.
+ 134 iii. Samuel Henegar Hickman, born Abt. 1891.
+ 135 iv. James William Hickman, born Abt. 1896; died Abt. 1971.
+ 136 v. Winnie Irene Hickman, born Abt. 1901.
 

 49.  Mary (Molly)5 Lovelady (Sarah McCamy4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married (1) William Tilman Windham.    She married (2) Borne Hogue. 
 
Children of Mary Lovelady and William Windham are:
+ 137 i. Warren6 Windham.
+ 138 ii. William Tilman Windham, Jr..
+ 139 iii. Alfred Windham.
 

Children of Mary Lovelady and Borne Hogue are:
+ 140 i. Myrtle6 Hogue.
 141 ii. Laura Hogue.
 142 iii. Robert Hogue.
 143 iv. John Hogue.
 

 51.  Joe L.5 Lovelady (Sarah McCamy4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married (1) Emma ?.    He married (2) Pearl Curtis.  She died Abt. 1969.
 
Children of Joe Lovelady and Pearl Curtis are:
 144 i. Jerome6 Lovelady.
 145 ii. Christine Lovelady.
 146 iii. Lois Lovelady.
 147 iv. William Marshall Lovelady.
 

 53.  Pauline5 Lovelady (Sarah McCamy4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married Scott Smith. 
 
Children of Pauline Lovelady and Scott Smith are:
 148 i. Bessie6 Smith.  She married ? Griffith.
 149 ii. Basil Smith.  He married Bell Cummings.
 150 iii. Scott Smith, Jr..
 

 54.  Hubert5 Lovelady (Sarah McCamy4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married Bertha Hickman. 
 
Child of Hubert Lovelady and Bertha Hickman is:
+ 151 i. Corness6 Lovelady.
 

 55.  Catherine5 Lovelady (Sarah McCamy4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married James Bean. 
 
Children of Catherine Lovelady and James Bean are:
 152 i. Maxi6 Bean.
+ 153 ii. Della Bean.
 

 57.  Charles Coke5 Lovelady (Sarah McCamy4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1876, and died 13 October 1969.  He married (1) Ann Alexander.  She died Abt. 1914.  He married (2) Ethell Varner. 
 
Children of Charles Lovelady and Ann Alexander are:
 154 i. Venice6 Lovelady.
 155 ii. Sarah Lovelady.
 156 iii. Hoarce Lovelady.
 157 iv. Glenn Lovelady.
 158 v. Merril Lovelady.
 

 61.  Maude Beatrice5 Moreland (Martha Ann4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Unknown.  She married Owen K. Dorsett. 
 
Children of Maude Moreland and Owen Dorsett are:
+ 159 i. Adelia6 Dorsett.
 160 ii. Edgar Arnold Dorsett.
 

 64.  Emma Julian5 (twin) (Samuel Daily4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 14 January 1874 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 28 June 1965 in Bradley County, Tennessee.  She married William Oscar Haggart 16 June 1897 in Cleveland, Tennessee.  He was born 09 December 1871 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 01 November 1940 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
 
Children of Emma (twin) and William Haggart are:
 161 i. May Ruth6 Haggart, born Abt. 1898 in Bradley Co., Tennessee; died in Bradley Co., Tennessee.
 162 ii. Edwina Julian Haggart.
 163 iii. Arizora Haggart.
 164 iv. Willie Mae Haggart.
+ 165 v. Lester Shelton Haggart, born 28 October 1908 in Bradley Co., Tennessee; died 17 August 1964 in Tupelo, Ms..
 166 vi. William Oscar Haggart,Jr., born 1907.
 

 65.  Ella5 Julian (Samuel Daily4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 14 January 1874 in Blount Co., Tennessee, and died 04 March 1919.  She married Doctor William Henry Sullivan, son of Daniel Asbury Sullivan.  He was born 29 March 1870 in Calhoun, Tennessee, and died 15 January 1944 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
 
Children of Ella Julian and William Sullivan are:
+ 167 i. Samuel Julian6 Sullivan, born 17 October 1900.
+ 168 ii. DDS Daniel Asbury Sullivan, born 23 August 1902.
 169 iii. Edith Sullivan, born 09 May 1906.
+ 170 iv. Mary Ella Sullivan, born 1908.
+ 171 v. William Wendell Sullivan, born 25 March 1910; died 20 November 1960.
+ 172 vi. Dorothy R.Sullivan, born 11 November 1914; died 1975.
 

 68.  Festus5 Still (Sophronia Eulalia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born December 1876, and died 27 April 1954.  He married Maude Land. 
 
Children of Festus Still and Maude Land are:
 173 i. Paul Hamilton6 Still.
 174 ii. William Still.
 

 69.  Loris Andrew5 Still (Sophronia Eulalia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. October 1880, and died Abt. 1949.  He married Susan D. Alexander. 
 
Child of Loris Still and Susan Alexander is:
+ 175 i. Ernestine6 Still.
 

 70.  Bessie5 Still (Sophronia Eulalia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 27 April 1879, and died 16 February 1970.  She married W.A.Shell. 
 
Children of Bessie Still and W.A.Shell are:
 176 i. R.W.6 Shell.
 177 ii. Paul E. Shell.
 178 iii. W. Ott Shell.
 

 71.  J. Frank5 Still (Sophronia Eulalia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 23 December 1891, and died 19 July 1970.  He married Mattie Patton.  She was born 10 November 1887, and died 27 February 1967.
 
Child of J. Still and Mattie Patton is:
+ 179 i. James Patton6 Still, born 08 October 1913.
 

 72.  William Arms5 Julian (Isham B.4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 02 December 1870 in Hamilton Co., Tennessee, and died 22 November 1954 in Ft. Sumner, New Mexico.  He married (1) Mary Julian Abt. 1890.    He married (2) Mary Elizabeth Goodman 10 November 1909 in Roosevelt Co., Territory of New Mexico, daughter of Lewis Goodman and Sallie Whitt.  She was born 11 March 1883 in Elliot Co., Kentucky, and died 28 June 1969 in Ft. Sumner, New Mexico.
 
Child of William Julian and Mary Julian is:
 180 i. Kara6 Julian, born Abt. 1893; died Abt. 1984 in Long Beach, Ca..
 

Children of William Julian and Mary Goodman are:
 181 i. Louis Isham6 Julian, born 04 December 1910 in La Lando, New Mexico; died 18 July 1933 in Ft. Sumner, New Mexico.
+ 182 ii. Walter DeWitt Julian, born 07 January 1915 in La Lando, New Mexico; died 26 June 1986 in Clovis, New Mexico.
+ 183 iii. Ruby Mae Julian, born 05 October 1916 in La Lando, New Mexico; died 29 August 1983 in Portales, New Mexico.
 

 73.  Winfred Julian5 Frazier (Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)18 was born 05 November 1876 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 16 August 1957 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Fort Hill Cementery).  He married Bertha Irene Marshall19 07 September 1904 in Bradley County, Tennessee, daughter of William Marshall and Rachal Cooke.  She was born 23 August 1879 in prob Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 12 April 1956 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Fort Hill Cementery).
 
Notes for Winfred Julian Frazier:
 

Uncle Winfred had a grocery store in Cleveland.  I don't remember seeing him many times.
 
Notes for Bertha Irene Marshall:
 

My memories of Aunt Bertha are mostly about the week of my father's death.  She came from Cleveland to our house which was a long way in those days.  She took over the kitchen and she was so kind and loving to everyone.  I think that she and my mother were very close.  From hearing my mother tell of the early days  and the four sisters-in-laws, I think they were all very good friends.
 
Children of Winfred Frazier and Bertha Marshall are:
 184 i. Ruth Eloise6 Frazier20, born 16 June 1905 in Cleveland, Tennessee; died 09 January 1986 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Ruth Eloise Frazier:
 

Ruth never married.  She researched and printed the first material on the Frazier and Julian families.*  Before her death I  (Jean Freshour) promised that I would update her little booklet.  I didn't know what I was attempting. Ruth  was a school teacher.  She taught in the Oak Ridge schools for many years.     
* our particular branch
 She was a charter member of the Oak Ridge Education Association and a member of the National Association and the Tennessee Education  Association.
 
 
 
More About Ruth Eloise Frazier:
Burial: Cremated
 
+ 185 ii. Medical Doctor Marshall Francis Frazier, born 18 February 1907 in Cleveland, Tennessee; died 02 November 1968 in Oneida, Tennessee.
+ 186 iii. Winfred Rice Frazier(Fred), born 29 October 1914 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 14 May 1989 in Knox County, Tennessee.
+ 187 iv. Richard Reneau Frazier, Sr., born 19 December 1918 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 16 March 2002 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
 

 75.  Alva Julian5 Frazier (Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)20 was born 25 September 1879 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 23 May 1932 in Lenoir City, Tennessee.  He married Nellie Agnes Whittle20 04 December 1904 in Knoxville, Tennessee, daughter of Ranson Whittle and Sarah Byington.  She was born 18 January 1882 in Knoxville, Tennessee, and died 11 June 1964 in Lenoir City, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Alva Julian Frazier:
 

My father grew up  on a farm and was never happy living in the city.  He came to Knoxville as a young man to study  agriculture at the University of Tennessee.  He lived with his Uncle Tom while attending school.  It was during this time that he met a young lady, Nell Whittle.  They were married 12/04/1904.
 
They lived in Cleveland, Tennessee during the early years of their marriage.  Their first child was still born.  They lived in Chattanooga for a while, but in 1910, they were listed in the Knoxville City Directory.  By this time they had two sons, Whittle and Francis.  Francis died with colic just before he was two years old. My mother was very ill with typhoid fever, and my father had surgery for a ruptured appendix.  These were hard times.  By 1912 they had a grocery store and lived above the store on McCalla Avenue in Knoxville.  He was good grocery man except for being too generous with credit.  Mama always said he could not refuse credit to anyone who was hungry.
 
About 1917 or  1918 they realized a dream of Alva's: they purchased a farm (200acres) near the junction of Highways 11 and 70 in the edge of Loudon County.  They moved from Knoxville in a wagon, all day for  twenty miles.  My mother suffered from culture shock: the mud on her carpets, the farmers in overall at church etc  I was still hearing about it years later.  They had three sons at this time: Whittle, Julian, and Philip.
 
Alva continued to sell groceries, but now wholesale for someone else.  He also tried to farm and garden on nights and Saturday, never Sunday, Sunday was for rest and church.  He traveled all  over  middle  East Tennessee calling on merchants who became lifetime friends.  He wore out some of the earliest  Model T Fords.  An early treat  I remember was going with him in the summer time and having a picnic lunch of cheese and crackers and soda pop. 
 
We lived in a very old log house which had been rebuilt or restored several times. School conditions were very poor- no transportations with the nearest  two room school about 3 miles away.  In the first years, they moved to Lenoir City , during the school year(5 miles away)  Later the boys rode our horse and  family pet, red Prince to the two room school. (Prince roamed loose in our yard, sometimes with several kids on his back). One day, he headed for the back of the farm and while crossing  Hwy # 11 was hit and killed by a Greyhound Bus.  There  were many  tears shed for him.  We never had another horse  anything like him.
 
When I became school age in 1928, there was talk of moving back to town, but finally , we got a school bus actually it was a well filled station wagon.
 
About 1930 Alva opened a wholesale grocery in Lenoir City.( Remember this is the time of the terrible depression)  remembering his history of trouble with giving credit too freely, he called it Spot Cash Grocery.  He was just finishing a day there on May 23, 1932 when he fell on the sidewalk, dead with a massive heart attack, just 51 years old.  (These many many years later I can still feel the pain of that time.)  I was 10 years old.  I remember the next days like an often played old movie.
 
Alva and Nell had a site picked out to build a new home.  He was to never see the mortage paid off or the new home built.
 
More About Alva Julian Frazier:
Burial: Lenior City Cemetery
 
Notes for Nellie Agnes Whittle:
She was called Nell.  This was her preference so that is what we put on her gravestone.
 
My mother was a great storyteller and she often entertained us as children with stories of her childhood and growing up years. To me it always seemed to be a romantic time (gay nineties) with carriage and horses and beautiful dresses.  She was a part of a prominent family and had advantages while growing up that many did not have. She attended Holbrook College at a time when many girls did not go on to school. She was a talented pianist.  She played the piano  for the neighborhood Baptist Church for many years even though she was a Methodist
 
  She loved to sew and made all of her clothing and then later mine.  She loved colors and could make her home look pretty with very little.  She was a very good cook and passed on to me many of her cooking skills. The table had to be set properly and certain things had to be done in the proper way.  She lived her victorian upbringing.
 By the time  I was born, seventh of eight children, she was worn out and ill most of the time. 
 
After my father died (before Social Security), we had a hard time.  It was 1932, the middle of the great depression.  She managed with what little she had very well.  She took the insurance money ($5000) and paid off the mortgage on the farm.  A thousand dollars was put in the bank for emergencies: taxes or the occasional doctor bill.
 
During the 1940 and 50's the farm was gradually sold off to pay hospital and doctor bills (in the years before Medicare)  She was blind and ill for several years before she died at 82 years of age.  For the last 32 years of her life, she continued to live on the farm where she had lived with my father. She refused to leave the place where she had lived in happier times.
 
More About Nellie Agnes Whittle:
Burial: Lenior City Cemetery
 
Children of Alva Frazier and Nellie Whittle are:
 188 i. Nellie Agnes6 Frazier21, born Abt. 1905 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 1905 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Fort Hill Cementery).
 
Notes for Nellie Agnes Frazier:
 

First born child of Alva and Nell, Nellie Agnes, was a beautiful red headed child.
   
She was still born.
 
+ 189 ii. Alva Whittle Frazier, born 26 April 1907 in Chattanooga, Tennessee; died 01 December 1976 in Johnson City, Tennessee (Mount Vista Cem).
 190 iii. Francis Asbury Frazier22, born 16 August 1909 in Knox County, Tennessee; died 24 June 1911 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Francis Asbury Frazier:
 
 Francis Asbury  Frazier was named for his  paternal grandfather.  He died 6-24-1911 just two months before his second birthday.  My mother said he was a very happy child.  He died with colic. He is buried in Old Gray Cemetery on Broadway in Knoxville.
 
More About Francis Asbury Frazier:
Cause of Death: colic
Medical Information: buried in Old Gray Cemetary in Knoxville, Tennessee
 
+ 191 iv. Murrell Julian Frazier, born 18 March 1912 in Knoxville, Tennessee; died 01 March 1997 in Camdenton, Missouri.
+ 192 v. Philip Carlos Frazier, born 04 March 1917 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
+ 193 vi. Jack David Frazier, born 24 November 1919 in Lenoir City, Tennessee; died 09 June 2000 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
+ 194 vii. Donna Jean Frazier, born 05 May 1922 in Loudon County, Tennessee.
 195 viii. William Dexter Frazier23, born 20 June 1924 in Loudon County, Tennessee; died 28 November 1990 in San Antonia, Texas.  He married Carolyn ? Abt. 1975.
 
Notes for William Dexter Frazier:
 

Bill was a semi-invalid for most of his life.  Lived with his mother until her death. Married late in life and divorced.  Lived his last years near Phil in San Antonio.  He was cremated and ashes spread on the family plot in Lenior City, Tennessee.
 
More About William Dexter Frazier:
Burial: Ashes: Lenoir City, Tennessee Cemetery
 

 76.  Eustis Julian5 Frazier (Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)24 was born 05 June 1881 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 19 November 1950 in Bradley County, Tennessee(Fort Hill Cementery).  He married Lois Blondell Nichols25 17 May 1917 in Bradley            County, Tennessee, daughter of Nichols and Penelope Jones.  She was born 09 September 1893 in Wisconsin, and died 04 April 1961 in Bradley  County Tennessee(Fort Hill Cemetery ).
 
Notes for Eustis Julian Frazier:
 

Eustis taught in Bradley County school for about 40 years. He served for 12 years as Superintendent, 9 years as principal  at Bradley, and was principal at Charleston, Tennessee before  returning to Bradley again, where he was teaching mathematics at the time of his death.
 
Uncle Eustis and Aunt Lois lived near Grandma Frazier's.  I remember how much fun it was as a child to go from Grandma  to their house to play.  Rachel was near my age and we usually played dolls.  About once or twice each year before my father died we would go to Cleveland and it was a long trip.  I remember going at least once after we got an A model Ford, quite a step up from the T models.  Uncle Eustis  and family came every year before my fathers' death to visit. These were good times for our family.
 
Notes for Lois Blondell Nichols:
 

I remember Aunt Lois as being very attractive and friendly.  It seemed everyone loved her.  She was a musician.  I must have been the only brown eyed cousin among the Frazier cousins.  She always mentioned my brown eyes.  Most were blonds and red heads with blue eyes.
 
Children of Eustis Frazier and Lois Nichols are:
 196 i. Leslie Nichols6 Frazier26, born 10 February 1918 in Bradley   County, Tennessee; died 10 April 2000 in Branford, Florida.  He married (1) Agnes Bohannen McCormick27 Abt. 1945; born Unknown; died Abt. 1965.  He married (2) Exie Buck Abt. 1990; born Unknown in ?..
 
Notes for Agnes Bohannen McCormick:
 

1st wife of Leslie
 
+ 197 ii. Rachael Elizabeth Frazier, born 17 November 1920 in Bradley   County, Tennessee.
+ 198 iii. Shirley Lois Frazier, born 31 March 1926 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
 

 77.  Carlos Julian5 Frazier (Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)28 was born 21 December 1883 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 15 June 1979 in Lantana, Florida.  He married Cecile Whitworth 10 October 1911 in Bradley, County, Tennessee.  She was born 26 December 1892, and died 11 October 1976 in Lantana, Florida.
 
Notes for Carlos Julian Frazier:
 
 
 
Carlos lived 95 1/2 years and was able to live in his own home till the end, only in bed the last week.  He was a well known nurseryman in the Palm Beach area of Florida.  He dealt with all kind of plants. His hobby was "podacarpus"; an ornamental shrub.  He began planting the seed as a hobby; but it developed into a full time occupation.  This family was known for their kind hospitality to everyone.
I remember only once  when I was a child that Uncle Carlos and Aunt Cecile came to visit.  Florida was along way from Tennessee.  Corinne was a baby and Carl just a little boy.  I felt as if I knew the girls because my mother had told me much about my cousins.  She had known them while they still lived in Cleveland.  Clarence and I went to see them once when we were in Miami
for a business trip.  They were very gracious to us.  Frances lived near and she came over to see us.  We did not have much time since Clarence had to be back for meetings.  I wish I had known them better.
 
Children of Carlos Frazier and Cecile Whitworth are:
+ 199 i. Frances Isabel6 Frazier, born 01 October 1912 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
+ 200 ii. Mary Cordelia Frazier(Mary Dee), born 13 September 1914 in Bradley  County, Tennessee; died 30 November 2001 in Stevenson, Maryland(Druid Ridge Cemetery).
+ 201 iii. Mildred Whitworth Frazier, born 18 January 1917 in Bradley County, Tennessee; died 06 April 1983 in Nashville, Tennessee.
+ 202 iv. Rebecca Ann Frazier (Becky), born 17 April 1920 in Bradley County, Tennessee.
+ 203 v. Carl Whitworth Frazier, born 21 January 1926 in West Palm Beach, Florida.
+ 204 vi. Martha Corinne Frazier, born 22 August 1930 in West Palm Beach, Florida.
 

 78.  Minnie Lee5 Hutsell (Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 21 March 1878, and died 12 September 1943.  She married Robert Allen Cate 16 December 1897, son of Robert Cate and Rachael Cath.  He was born 23 October 1872, and died 16 December 1940.
 
More About Minnie Lee Hutsell:
Burial: Union Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery
 
Children of Minnie Hutsell and Robert Cate are:
+ 205 i. Dennis Julian6 Cate, born 19 April 1899.
+ 206 ii. Eramus Ervin Cate, born 20 October 1900 in McMinn Co., Tennessee; died July 1965.
 207 iii. Fred Thomas Cate, born 15 May 1903.  He married Maurene Blackford.
+ 208 iv. Rachel Catherine Cate, born 01 October 1905.
+ 209 v. Robert Hutsell Cate, born 15 March 1913.
 

 79.  Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell (Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 25 September 1879, and died Aft. 1972.  She married Thomas Alanzo Marler.  He was born 29 September 1877 in James, Tennessee, and died 21 March 1948.
 
Children of Etha Hutsell and Thomas Marler are:
+ 210 i. Feires Manerva6 Marler, born 12 August 1896.
+ 211 ii. Greta Elizabeth Marler, born 01 June 1898.
+ 212 iii. Elsie Della Marler, born 04 September 1900.
+ 213 iv. Alta Juanita Marler, born 30 September 1902.
+ 214 v. Ray Cuthbert Marler, born 30 June 1904; died 07 February 1997 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
 

 80.  Susan Mabra5 Hutsell (Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 18 July 1881, and died September 1932.  She married Dr. Hugh Victor DuBois. 
 
Child of Susan Hutsell and Dr. DuBois is:
 215 i. Hugh Victor6 DuBois, Jr., born Abt. 1912; died Abt. 1933.
 

 81.  Della Erasmus5 Hutsell (Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 22 December 1884, and died 13 March 1946.  She married Lucien Haynes Peck.  He was born 03 January 1884, and died 22 December 1943.
 
Children of Della Hutsell and Lucien Peck are:
 216 i. Gertrude Erasmus6 Peck, born 08 June 1915 in Sweetwater, Tennessee.  She married (1) Rufus Gaut McGuire; born 08 May 1914; died 05 October 1950.  She married (2) John LaFayette Cooley; born 25 October 1888.
+ 217 ii. Elliott Looney Peck, born 26 November 1917 in Sweetwater, Tennessee; died 17 October 1968.
 

 82.  Samme Julian5 Hutsell (Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)29 was born 21 June 1888, and died 05 September 1982 in McMinn County, Tennessee.  She married Joseph Raphael Warren29 11 January 1911.  He was born 29 November 1884, and died 22 July 1969 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
 
More About Samme Julian Hutsell:
Burial: Union Chapel Cemetery
 
Notes for Joseph Raphael Warren:
 
He was married to Samme Julian HUTSELL (daughter of Erasmus Taylor HUTSELL and Susan Mabra JULIAN) on January 11, 1911.  The ceremony was performed at her father's home by Rev. John Haven Warren, who was a brother of Joseph (Joe) and the pastor of Union Chapel Methodist Church at the time.  Samme Julian HUTSELL was born on June 21, 1888 in McMinn County, TN.   She died on September 5, 1982.  She was buried in Union Chapel United Methodist Cemetery near Athens, TN.   
 

More About Joseph Raphael Warren:
Burial: Union Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery
 
Children of Samme Hutsell and Joseph Warren are:
+ 218 i. Susan Mildred6 Warren, born 17 August 1912 in Canton, N. C..
+ 219 ii. Martha Mabra Warren, born 01 September 1914 in Beaufort Co., N. C.; died 01 August 1995.
 

 84.  Warren Bishop5 Johnston (Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 13 December 1882, and died 22 March 1965 in Hamilton County, Tennessee.  He married (1) Elice Smedley 05 October 1906.  She was born 1887, and died 1980.  He married (2) Elice Medly 05 October 1906.  She was born 1887, and died 1980.
 
Children of Warren Johnston and Elice Smedley are:
 220 i. Lamarr6 Johnston, born 1908; died 1954.  He married Katie Babb 1935; born 1903.
 221 ii. Everett Johnston, born 1911.  He married Maureen Burke 1940; born 1917.
 

 85.  Wheeler Roger (Doc)5 Johnston (Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)30 was born 09 September 1887 in Cleveland, Tennessee, and died 19 May 1961 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  He married Margaret Eve Swafford 21 September 1910.  She was born 24 December 1886, and died 24 June 1973 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
 
Children of Wheeler Johnston and Margaret Swafford are:
 222 i. Paul Chambers6 Johnston, born 1911; died 1988.  He married Joan Earle; born 12 March 1915; died October 1983.
+ 223 ii. Wheeler R. (Doc) Johnston, born 12 August 1914; died January 1981 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
+ 224 iii. Margaret Johnston, born 1920.
 

 86.  James Harle5 Johnston (Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)30 was born 10 December 1889 in Hamiliton County, Tennessee, and died 14 February 1967 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  He married Nora Belle Jones 01 November 1910.  She was born 31 July 1888, and died 14 May 1974 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
 
Children of James Johnston and Nora Jones are:
+ 225 i. James Hunter6 Johnston, born 10 July 1913; died 17 September 1986.
 226 ii. Dorothy Johnston, born Abt. 1915; died 1928.
+ 227 iii. Ruth Johnston, born 18 May 1917.
+ 228 iv. Harris Johnston, born 20 April 1919.
+ 229 v. Carolina Johnston, born 23 October 1922.
 

 87.  Annie Mack5 Johnston (Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)30 was born 02 December 1892 in Cleveland, Tennessee, and died 1995 in Nashville, Tennessee.  She married Claude D. Johnson 14 April 1914.  He was born 1884, and died 1977.
 
Children of Annie Johnston and Claude Johnson are:
+ 230 i. Dane6 Johnson, born 24 September 1916.
+ 231 ii. Helen Louise Johnson, born 14 September 1917.
+ 232 iii. Betty Doris Johnson, born 14 February 1922.
 233 iv. Julian Carol Johnson, born 25 June 1923.  He married Margaret Moyer.
 

 88.  Julian Adelia5 Johnston (Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)30 was born 26 September 1902 in Cleveland, Tennessee, and died April 1994 in Atlanta, Georgia.  She married (1) Prince Harrell 17 July 1920.    She married (2) L.G. (Smitty) Smith Abt. 1940. 
 
Child of Julian Johnston and Prince Harrell is:
 234 i. Geraldine6 Harrell, born Abt. 1922.
 

 89.  Clifton Marcena5 Johnston (Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)31 was born 20 March 1885 in Cleveland, Tennessee, and died 11 April 1967 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  He married Savella Emmaline Sears 18 June 1913 in Somerset, Kentucky.  She was born 10 January 1892 in Dykes, Kentucky, and died 21 May 1985 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
 
Children of Clifton Johnston and Savella Sears are:
+ 235 i. Clifton Lowell6 Johnston, born 14 March 1914 in Somerset, Kentucky; died 04 February 2001 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
 236 ii. Julian Sears Johnston, born 17 February 1916 in Somerset, Kentucky; died 15 September 1944 in New Guinea.  He married Marjorie Kerns 1944 in Chattanooga, Tennessee; born 1914 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
 237 iii. Jeanne Harvey Johnston, born 01 June 1918; died 23 October 1999.
 
Notes for Jeanne Harvey Johnston:
worked for Chattanooga Free Press for many years, we met her at the Julian reunion.
 
+ 238 iv. Emily Johnston, born 18 December 1923 in Somerset, Kentucky; died 21 February 2002.
 

 90.  Ernest Simpson5 Julian (Marsena Franklin4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)32 was born 03 August 1892 in Bradley Co., Tennessee, and died 08 December 1955 in Bradley Co., Tennessee.  He married (1) Minnie Payne32 18 June 1917 in Bradley County, Tennessee., daughter of James LaGrange Payne.  She was born 10 December 1892, and died 05 May 1946 in Bradley Co., Tennessee.  He married (2) Alma Louise Perkins 27 November 1952. 
 
Notes for Ernest Simpson Julian:
A Pharmacist
 
thern Division
 
In the matter of ERNEST SIMPSON JULIAN, doing business as JULIAN PHARMACY 
Bankrupt
No. 12,277 In Bankruptcy
 
NOTICE OF SALE
 
TO ALL CREDITORS:
On account of expense, rent, etc., the Trustee will sell the following: stock
of drugs, sundried, merchandise - Inventory Value $1200.00; furniture and
fixtures - Value $1500.00 - subject to all liens, located on the Main Square,
City of Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee, to the highest bidder for cash at
Public Sale to be held at the Bankruptcy Courtroom, Federal Building, Chattanooga,
Tennessee, on Thursday, June 27th, 1940 at 11:00 A. M., subject to the
confirmation of the Court.
 
Dated June 22, 1940                  SAM J. McALLESTER, Referee in Bankruptcy
 

More About Ernest Simpson Julian:
Burial: Fort Hill Cemetery, Bradley Co., Tennessee
 
More About Minnie Payne:
Burial: Fort Hill Cemetery, Bradley Co., Tennessee
 
Child of Ernest Julian and Minnie Payne is:
+ 239 i. Mary Kathryn6 Julian, born 10 March 1922 in Athens, Tennessee; died 11 June 1999 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
 

 91.  Glenn Hyder5 Julian (Marsena Franklin4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)32 was born 09 August 1896 in Abilene, Texas, and died 10 January 1982 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He married Frieda Catherine Mylius32 22 December 1933.  She was born 19 April 1902 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and died October 1991 in Roanoke, Virginia.
 
Notes for Glenn Hyder Julian:
 

He has done a lot of family research.  I have some of his notes from 1970.  Shirley Hendrix gave them to me.  He isn't listed in the phone book anymore.
 
CPA
 
More About Glenn Hyder Julian:
Burial: Forest Hills Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee
 
More About Frieda Catherine Mylius:
Burial: Forest Hills Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee
 
Children of Glenn Julian and Frieda Mylius are:
+ 240 i. Carl Louis6 Julian, born 26 August 1938 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
+ 241 ii. Glenn Marcenia Julian, born 01 October 1939 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
 

Generation No. 6
 
 92.  Walter W.6 Wilson (Sarah Caroline5 Henry, Sarah Ann4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 17 August 1883.  He married Sadie Steed. 
 
Notes for Walter W. Wilson:
Cleveland Pharmacist
 
Children of Walter Wilson and Sadie Steed are:
+ 242 i. Sarah Gordon7 Wilson.
 243 ii. William Steed Wilson.  He married Barbara Cook.
 

 93.  Nella6 Wilson (Sarah Caroline5 Henry, Sarah Ann4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 27 August 1885, and died 27 August 1970.  She married John Robert McDaris 04 November 1909.  He was born 14 July 1884, and died 25 July 1951.
 
Children of Nella Wilson and John McDaris are:
 244 i. Miriam Roberta7 McDaris, born 25 February 1911.  She married W. P. Johns 28 March 1937.
+ 245 ii. Wanda Wilson McDaris, born 17 February 1914.
 

 95.  Addie Jane6 McLain (David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 03 May 1881, and died 12 March 1960 in Bradley Co., Tennessee.  She married George Washington Howell 01 October 1899.  He was born 24 September 1876, and died 28 March 1963.
 
More About Addie Jane McLain:
Burial: Fort Hill, Bradley Co., Tennessee
 
Child of Addie McLain and George Howell is:
+ 246 i. Homer Lee7 Howell, born 11 June 1902.
 

 96.  Oscar Lee6 McLain (David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)33 was born 17 October 1883, and died 30 March 1953 in Bradley Co., Tennessee.  He married (1) Della Inman Carter.  She was born 01 May 1887, and died 18 February 1906.  He married (2) Caroline Morris Rogers 25 October 1910.  She was born 03 March 1886, and died 03 May 1958.
 
Notes for Oscar Lee McLain:
Mortician:McLain Funeral Home established in 1897-father, son, grandson.
 
More About Oscar Lee McLain:
Burial: Fort Hill, Bradley Co., Tennessee
 
Child of Oscar McLain and Della Carter is:
 247 i. Della Carter7 McLain, born Abt. 1906; died 18 February 1907.
 

Child of Oscar McLain and Caroline Rogers is:
+ 248 i. David Pearson7 McLain, born 03 December 1913; died Abt. 1963.
 

 97.  Lela May6 McLain (David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 10 May 1886, and died 04 April 1943 in Bradley Co., Tennessee.  She married Clyde Jonathan Campbell 23 July 1908. 
 
More About Lela May McLain:
Burial: Fort Hill, Bradley Co., Tennessee
 
Children of Lela McLain and Clyde Campbell are:
+ 249 i. Dr. James McLain7 Campbell, born 10 August 1909; died 05 August 1952.
+ 250 ii. Ellen Campbell, born 13 November 1912.
 

 100.  Ann6 McLain (David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 29 April 1894.  She married Karl Nelson Harris. 
 
Children of Ann McLain and Karl Harris are:
+ 251 i. Clarellen7 Harris.
+ 252 ii. Margaret Ann Harris.
 

 103.  William D.6 McLain (Houston H.5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 13 April 1893, and died Abt. September 1952 in Michigan.
 
Child of William D. McLain is:
+ 253 i. Luther Elwood7 McLain, born 01 February 1914; died 10 August 1970.
 

 105.  Carl Henry6 McLain (Houston H.5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 23 December 1898, and died 13 March 1972 in Bradley Co., Tennessee.
 
More About Carl Henry McLain:
Burial: Sugar Creek Cemetery, Bradley Co., Tennessee
 
Child of Carl Henry McLain is:
+ 254 i. Sara Roberta7 McLain.
 

 106.  Wallace Roy6 McLain (Houston H.5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 28 November 1900.
 
Child of Wallace Roy McLain is:
+ 255 i. Dewayne7 McLain.
 

 107.  Calvin E.6 McLain (Houston H.5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 01 April 1903, and died 11 January 1962.
 
Child of Calvin E. McLain is:
+ 256 i. Rowena7 McLain, died 21 September 1937.
 

 109.  Earl F.6 McLain (Houston H.5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 09 August 1907, and died 04 July 1975.
 
Children of Earl F. McLain are:
+ 257 i. Gale A.7 McLain, born 21 August 1935.
+ 258 ii. Billy McLain.
 

 112.  Flavius J.6 McLain (Thomas Leach5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)
 
Children of Flavius J. McLain are:
+ 259 i. Norma Sue7 McLain.
+ 260 ii. Alora McLain.
+ 261 iii. Janet McLain.
 

 116.  Henrietta6 Varner (Henry5, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married Don O'Donahough. 
 
Children of Henrietta Varner and Don O'Donahough are:
 262 i. Donna Mae7 O'Donahough.
 263 ii. William O'Donahough.
 264 iii. Michael O'Donahough.
 

 117.  Henrietta6 Varner (Henry5, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married ? O'Donahough. 
 
Children of Henrietta Varner and ? O'Donahough are:
+ 265 i. Donna Mae7 O'Donahough.
+ 266 ii. William O'Donahough.
 

 129.  Benjamin6 Hunter (Elizabeth Barksdale5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married Kathryn Elmira ?. 
 
Children of Benjamin Hunter and Kathryn ? are:
 267 i. Jean7 Hunter.
 268 ii. Claire Hunter.
 269 iii. Robert Hunter.
 

 130.  Daniel6 Hunter (Elizabeth Barksdale5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married Kathleen L. Gray. 
 
Child of Daniel Hunter and Kathleen Gray is:
+ 270 i. Norma Kathleen7 Hunter, born Abt. 1928.
 

 132.  Ida Mae6 Hickman (Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1886, and died Abt. 1945.  She married John Mitchell Lewis.  He was born Abt. 1882, and died Abt. 1957.
 
Children of Ida Hickman and John Lewis are:
 271 i. Myrtle Lillian7 Lewis, born Abt. 1916.
 272 ii. Juanita Barksdale Lewis, born Abt. 1919; died Abt. 1920.
 273 iii. David O'Dell Lewis, born Abt. 1921; died Abt. 1923.
 

 133.  Mary Elizabeth6 Hickman (Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1889, and died Abt. 1960.  She married William Jerome Hughes. 
 
Children of Mary Hickman and William Hughes are:
+ 274 i. Beatrice7 Hughes, born Abt. 1912.
+ 275 ii. Euna Bell Hughes, born Abt. 1916.
 276 iii. Frances Gideon Hughes.  She married Lee Elder.
 

 134.  Samuel Henegar6 Hickman (Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1891.  He married (1) Ola McGill.    He married (2) Elsie Jordon.    He married (3) Beulah Hutcheson. 
 
Children of Samuel Hickman and Ola McGill are:
+ 277 i. Carl Abel7 Hickman, born Abt. 1914.
+ 278 ii. Robert E. Hickman, born Abt. 1916.
+ 279 iii. Mary Grace Hickman, born Abt. 1919.
+ 280 iv. Jessie Ruth Hickman, born Abt. 1919.
+ 281 v. Mitchell Lewis Hickman, born Abt. 1921.
 

Child of Samuel Hickman and Elsie Jordon is:
 282 i. Mary Elizabeth7 Hickman.
 

Children of Samuel Hickman and Beulah Hutcheson are:
 283 i. Thomas Rex7 Hickman.
 284 ii. Billy Gene Hickman.
 

 135.  James William6 Hickman (Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1896, and died Abt. 1971.  He married Effie Connor. 
 
Children of James Hickman and Effie Connor are:
+ 285 i. Frances Marie7 Hickman.
+ 286 ii. Billy Juanita Hickman, born Abt. 1971.
 

 136.  Winnie Irene6 Hickman (Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1901.  She married Theodore McKinley Walker. 
 
Children of Winnie Hickman and Theodore Walker are:
+ 287 i. David Thomas7 Walker, born Abt. 1924.
 288 ii. Theodore McKinley Walker, Jr., born Abt. 1921.  He married Opal ?.
 

 137.  Warren6 Windham (Mary (Molly)5 Lovelady, Sarah McCamy4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married Hester Vandergriff. 
 
Children of Warren Windham and Hester Vandergriff are:
 289 i. Wilma7 Windham.  She married Bill Penny.
 290 ii. Reba Windham.
 291 iii. Herman Windham.
 

 138.  William Tilman6 Windham, Jr. (Mary (Molly)5 Lovelady, Sarah McCamy4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married Sarah Elizabeth McGill. 
 
Children of William Windham and Sarah McGill are:
 292 i. William7 Windham.
 293 ii. Maurine Windham.
 

 139.  Alfred6 Windham (Mary (Molly)5 Lovelady, Sarah McCamy4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married Elizabeth Alexander. 
 
Child of Alfred Windham and Elizabeth Alexander is:
 294 i. Daughter7 Windham.  She married Clifford Ferguson.
 

 140.  Myrtle6 Hogue (Mary (Molly)5 Lovelady, Sarah McCamy4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married James Hamilton Richey, son of William Richey and Lillie Smith. 
 
Child of Myrtle Hogue and James Richey is:
 295 i. James Hamilton7 Richey, Jr..
 

 151.  Corness6 Lovelady (Hubert5, Sarah McCamy4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married Mary ?. 
 
Children of Corness Lovelady and Mary ? are:
 296 i. Carol7 Lovelady.
 297 ii. Judy Lovelady.
 

 153.  Della6 Bean (Catherine5 Lovelady, Sarah McCamy4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married Jim May. 
 
Child of Della Bean and Jim May is:
 298 i. Creston7 May.
 

 159.  Adelia6 Dorsett (Maude Beatrice5 Moreland, Martha Ann4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married J. Monroe Bishop. 
 
Child of Adelia Dorsett and J. Bishop is:
 299 i. J. Monroe7 Bishop,Jr..
 

 165.  Lester Shelton6 Haggart (Emma Julian5 (twin), Samuel Daily4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 28 October 1908 in Bradley Co., Tennessee, and died 17 August 1964 in Tupelo, Ms..  He married Katherine Hudson Abt. 1930 in Bradley Co., Tennessee. 
 
Children of Lester Haggart and Katherine Hudson are:
 300 i. Jane H.7 Haggart.
 301 ii. Ellen Haggart.
 

 167.  Samuel Julian6 Sullivan (Ella5 Julian, Samuel Daily4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 17 October 1900.  He married Rheba Marie Goolsbee 15 June 1929.  She was born 12 June 1905, and died 1997.
 
Children of Samuel Sullivan and Rheba Goolsbee are:
+ 302 i. Samuel Julian7 Sullivan, Jr., born 24 March 1930.
+ 303 ii. Ella Sue Sullivan, born 01 October 1931.
 304 iii. Rheba Jean Sullivan, born 24 June 1933.  She married Eugene V. Carris 15 June 1969.
 

 168.  DDS Daniel Asbury6 Sullivan (Ella5 Julian, Samuel Daily4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 23 August 1902.  He married Margaret Matland.  She was born 03 February 1902.
 
Children of Daniel Sullivan and Margaret Matland are:
 305 i. Patricia Margaret7 Sullivan, born 16 September 1938.  She married Burch Fitzpatrick, Jr. Abt. 1967.
+ 306 ii. Sally Jane Sullivan, born 28 August 1945.
 

 170.  Mary Ella6 Sullivan (Ella5 Julian, Samuel Daily4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 1908.  She married Ralph E. Mount.  He died Bef. 1972.
 
Children of Mary Sullivan and Ralph Mount are:
+ 307 i. Michael Ralph7 Mount, born 11 September 1938.
 308 ii. William Sullivan Mount, born 21 December 1942.
 309 iii. Douglas Newell Mount, born 07 January 1944.
 

 171.  William Wendell6 Sullivan (Ella5 Julian, Samuel Daily4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 25 March 1910, and died 20 November 1960.  He married Edith Jones 09 June 1931.  She was born 02 November 1910.
 
Children of William Sullivan and Edith Jones are:
+ 310 i. William Wendell7 Sullivan,Jr., born 11 September 1936.
 311 ii. Laura Shelton Sullivan, born 12 January 1947.  She married Donald Barkley 10 June 1967.
 

 172.  Dorothy6 R.Sullivan (Ella5 Julian, Samuel Daily4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 11 November 1914, and died 1975.  She married Harry Lee Million, son of Luther Million and Ella Humphries.  He was born 14 March 1904, and died 05 May 1952.
 
Children of Dorothy R.Sullivan and Harry Million are:
+ 312 i. Harry Lee7 Million, born 25 September 1932.
+ 313 ii. Edith Lynn Million, born 14 December 1935.
 314 iii. Benjamin Sullivan Million, born 29 October 1944.
 

 175.  Ernestine6 Still (Loris Andrew5, Sophronia Eulalia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married (1) ? Francke.    She married (2) ? Pirtle. 
 
Children of Ernestine Still and ? Francke are:
 315 i. Donald7 Francke.
 316 ii. Loris Andrew Francke.
 317 iii. James Thomas Francke.
 

 179.  James Patton6 Still (J. Frank5, Sophronia Eulalia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 08 October 1913.  He married Jane Sutton 22 January 1942.  She was born 17 July 1917.
 
Child of James Still and Jane Sutton is:
 318 i. Ellen7 Still, born 23 January 1946.  She married Edwin M. Moggio 27 September 1969.
 

 182.  Walter DeWitt6 Julian (William Arms5, Isham B.4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 07 January 1915 in La Lando, New Mexico, and died 26 June 1986 in Clovis, New Mexico.  He married (1) Coral Lavinia Boggs.  She was born Abt. 1915.  He married (2) Lila Virginia Altaffer Aft. 1934.  She was born Abt. 1915.
 
Children of Walter Julian and Coral Boggs are:
 319 i. Coral Jeannette7 Julian.  She married (1) Richard Urick.  She married (2) Stephen J. Kemery.
 320 ii. Kenneth Walter Julian, born 04 March 1957 in Ft. Sumner, N.M.; died 04 March 1957 in Ft. Sumner, N.M..
 

Children of Walter Julian and Lila Altaffer are:
 321 i. Carol Jeanette7 Julian.
+ 322 ii. Billy Dee Julian, born Abt. 1935.
 

 183.  Ruby Mae6 Julian (William Arms5, Isham B.4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 05 October 1916 in La Lando, New Mexico, and died 29 August 1983 in Portales, New Mexico.  She married (1) ? Thurman.    She married (2) Carl Parker. 
 
Children of Ruby Julian and Carl Parker are:
 323 i. Patricia7 Parker.
 324 ii. Pamela Parker.
 

 185.  Medical Doctor Marshall Francis6 Frazier (Winfred Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)34 was born 18 February 1907 in Cleveland, Tennessee, and died 02 November 1968 in Oneida, Tennessee.  He married (1) Clara Elizabeth Pearce.  She was born 17 June 1917, and died 28 February 1971 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He married (2) Fannie Helen Duncan Limburg Abt. 1955. 
 
Notes for Medical Doctor Marshall Francis Frazier:
 

Marshall was a medical doctor.  He practiced in the Oneida area.
 
More About Medical Doctor Marshall Francis Frazier:
Burial: Duncan Cemetery on Highway #63 in Scott County, Tn.
 
More About Clara Elizabeth Pearce:
Burial: Highland Memorial Cemetery
 
Children of Marshall Frazier and Clara Pearce are:
+ 325 i. Marshall Francis7 Frazier,Jr., born 06 April 1936 in Oneida, Tennessee; died 01 January 1993 in Walland, Tennessee.
+ 326 ii. Donna Ruth Frazier, born 17 June 1938 in Oneida, Tennessee.
+ 327 iii. Martha Irene Frazier, born 01 October 1945 in Knoxville,  Tennessee.
 

Children of Marshall Frazier and Fannie Limburg are:
 328 i. Linda7 Limburg.
 329 ii. Brenda Limburg.
 330 iii. Dwain Limburg.
 

 186.  Winfred Rice6 Frazier(Fred) (Winfred Julian5 Frazier, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)35 was born 29 October 1914 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 14 May 1989 in Knox County, Tennessee.  He married Wilma Crutchfield Unknown, daughter of Sam Crutchfield.  She was born 03 October 1922, and died 27 May 1973 in Maryville, Tennessee.
 
More About Winfred Rice Frazier(Fred):
Burial: Cremated
 
More About Wilma Crutchfield:
Burial: Cremated
 
Child of Winfred Frazier(Fred) and Wilma Crutchfield is:
+ 331 i. Mary Eloise7 Frazier, born 29 July 1950.
 

 187.  Richard Reneau6 Frazier, Sr. (Winfred Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)36 was born 19 December 1918 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 16 March 2002 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He married (1) Rosanne Beulah Cate 20 December 1942 in Cleveland, Tennessee, daughter of John Cate and Beulah Julian.  She was born 04 August 1920 in Bradley Co., Tennessee, and died 17 June 1970 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He married (2) Doris J. Wood January 1971 in Knox County, Tennessee. 
 
Notes for Richard Reneau Frazier, Sr.:
 Richard R. Frazier Obituary:
 
Richard R. Frazier
-age 83 of Knoxville, passed away Saturday, March 16, 2002, at U. T. Hospital.  Member of Trinity United Methodist Church.  World  War II Veteran of the Third Army,  90th Infantry Division.  Preceded in death by his first wife, Rosanne Cate Frazier; parents Winfred and Bertha Marshall Frazier; brothers, Dr. Marshall F. Frazier and Winifred R. Frazier; sister, Ruth E. Frazier,  and dog, Sam.  Survived by wife, Doris W. frazier; son Richard R. Frazier, Jr. And wife, Cindy;  daughter, Anne Ham and husband, Earl Leming; grandchildren, Naomi Frazier and Cara Ham; dogs, Andy and Pepper; cat Katie, and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.  The body has been cremated.  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Knoxville Chapter, 9051 Executive Park Dr., Suite 600, Knoxville, Tn.  37923.
The family will receive friends 6-7 p.m. Wednesday at Weaver’s Chapel with the service to follow at 7:00 p.m., Reverends Carl Oaks and Angela Hardy officiating. Arrangements by Weaver Funeral Home, 5815 Western Ave., 588-3868
 
Dick retired from Knoxville Utilities Board where he was an accountant.
 
More About Richard Reneau Frazier, Sr.:
Burial: Ashes:  New Friendship Baptist Cemetery, Bradley Co., Tn.
 
Notes for Rosanne Beulah Cate:
 

Rosanne was ill with M. S. for many years.  She and Dick were cousins from the Julian side of the family.
 
More About Rosanne Beulah Cate:
Burial: New Friendship Baptist Church Cemetery,  Bradley Co., Tn.
 
Children of Richard Frazier and Rosanne Cate are:
+ 332 i. Richard Reneau7 Frazier, Jr., born 29 November 1946 in Cleveland , Tennessee.
+ 333 ii. Anne Elizabeth Frazier, born 10 October 1949 in Harriman, Tennessee.
 

 189.  Alva Whittle6 Frazier (Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)37 was born 26 April 1907 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and died 01 December 1976 in Johnson City, Tennessee (Mount Vista Cem).  He married Stella Mae Weeden 04 December 1929 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  She was born 01 January 1907 in Knoxville, Tennessee, and died 18 August 1976 in Johnson City, Tennessee(Mount Vista Cem).
 
Notes for Alva Whittle Frazier:
 

Whittle Frazier was a temperamental artist.  He disliked the name Whittle and was called Fritz.  He was a successful commercial artist. He did work for many national and local firms. He sketched the drawing and then ran many copies by screen process.  This was one of the first ways to mass produce pictures for advertising.
 
  He died 12/01/1976 just 3 months after the death of Stella. He had many interests  and made friends easily.  He was drafted for military service for World War 11 when he was 39 years old.  He had difficulty adjusting to military life.
He loved music.  For many years he played the banjo for an orchestra on the local radio station.
 
Notes for Stella Mae Weeden:
 

A very beautiful person, quiet where Fritz was talkative.  Always thinking of others.  She was very proud of her children.  She came into our family when I was just 9 years old.  She was so good to me, the sister I had never had.  She made doll cloths for me.  She is missed by us all.
 
Children of Alva Frazier and Stella Weeden are:
+ 334 i. Alva William7 Frazier, born 12 April 1931 in Johnson City, Tennessee.
+ 335 ii. Betty Jean Frazier, born 27 March 1933 in Johnson City, Tennessee; died 19 November 1997 in Melbourne, Florida.
 

 191.  Murrell Julian6 Frazier (Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)38 was born 18 March 1912 in Knoxville, Tennessee, and died 01 March 1997 in Camdenton, Missouri.  He married Irene Phillips 08 April 1939 in Benton, Kentucky, daughter of Cleet Phillips and Clemmie.  She was born 23 September 1913 in Benton, Kentucky, and died 10 March 1995 in Rolla, Missouri.
 
Notes for Murrell Julian Frazier:
 

Julian was the oldest at home when my father died.  He was very good to my mother.  He farmed those first years.  He went to work for TVA when  the first dam was built. He transferred to U. S. Geological Survey in Rolla, Missouri in 1949.
He retired after 36 years.  He married Irene Phillips in 1939.  This was probably   one of the wisest things he ever did.
When our father died, Julian felt responsible for all of us.  We all felt he was very bossy but we know now he was trying to replace the father we had lost.
Julian was an outdoor person. He loved to fish and hunt.  He was probably one of the first environmentalist long before we even knew the word.  He requested a closed casket service; so his children dressed him as he was most comfortable: his favorite shirt, his fishing hat.
 
Notes for Irene Phillips:
 

There is no way I could write all of the admiration and high esteem which my family felt and held for Irene.  She was such a very special person.  Her mother was hospitalized when she was just 2 years old and  she was raised by her father and an Aunt.  We always enjoyed her company and loved to go to visit her.  She was the church pianist in the Baptist Church in Benton, Ky. when she and Julian met.  She worked for the school system in Rolla for years after she raised her family.  She was such a good cook and homemaker.
 
Children of Murrell Frazier and Irene Phillips are:
+ 336 i. Julia Anna7 Frazier, born 11 November 1943 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
+ 337 ii. Michael Phillip Frazier, born 17 November 1945 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
 338 iii. Barbara Nelle Frazier39, born 23 March 1952 in Rolla , Missouri.  She married Daniel Patrick Heitert40 05 August 1978 in Rolla , Missouri; born in St Louis, Missouri.
 

 192.  Philip Carlos6 Frazier (Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)41 was born 04 March 1917 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He married (1) Zelma Lula Brawley Abt. 1946.  She died 15 February 1996 in San Antonia, Texas.  He married (2) Manuela Martinez 24 June 1967 in San Antonia, Texas.  She was born 14 March 1929 in Laredo, Texas.
 
Notes for Philip Carlos Frazier:
 

Phil left Tennessee after World War11.  He had spent some time in Texas during his service years.  He liked the country; after traveling much of the western United States, he settled in San Antonio.  He was a partner in a publishing company, which printed Bibles and sold them.
  After his retirement he and Mallie opened  an antique business.  Mallie had collected antiques for many years.  Phil said there was no more room in the house; so they had to open the shop. 
 They have spent much time and enjoyment in collecting and selling antiques.  I don't think he will ever really retire,  although ill health has slowed him down some.
 He has a lot of rental property which also keeps him busy.
He served in WW2.
 
Children of Philip Frazier and Zelma Brawley are:
+ 339 i. James David7 Frazier, born 05 December 1946 in Yakima, Washington.
+ 340 ii. Leslie Carlos Frazier, born 15 November 1947 in Provo, Utah.
+ 341 iii. Donna Marie Frazier, born 20 July 1949 in Spokane, Washington.
 

Children of Philip Frazier and Manuela Martinez are:
 342 i. Richard7 Martinez, born 09 June 1952.
 343 ii. Rebecca Martinez, born 22 August 1953.
 

 193.  Jack David6 Frazier (Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)42 was born 24 November 1919 in Lenoir City, Tennessee, and died 09 June 2000 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He married Viola Dean Lowe43 31 July 1948 in Knox County, Tennessee, daughter of William Lowe and Zola Curtis.  She was born 31 August 1927 in Knox County, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Jack David Frazier:
 

Jack  is a  veteran of World War 11.  He served in the Pacific.  He was an insurance adjuster for Retail Credit Co(now Equifax).
  Jack is popular with people and has many friends. He loves to golf and to play all kinds of games.  He belongs to the Methodist Church.  In later years he has spent a lot of time camping. Jack has always been a lot of fun to be with; since he and I were the only ones in our family who stay in this area, we have spent a lot of time together. We miss him very much! (Jean)
Obituary:
 
Jack D. Frazier, son of Alva Frazier and Nell Whittle Frazier, age 80, of Knoxville, Tennessee, passed away Friday afternoon at his home.  He was a member of Trinity  United Methodist Church.  He was a Veteran of World War II and served in the Pacific with U.S .Army of Engineers.  He was retired from Equifax.  He was an avid golfer and camper and a member of the Camper's Corner Camping Club and loved being involved with the O'Conner Senior Citizens Center.
 
 He is survived by his wife, Viola Lowe Frazier; son and daughter-in-law, Allen and Barbara Frazier of Blountville, Tennessee; daughter and son-in-law, Phyllis and Mark Gibbs of Macon, Georgia: six grandchildren, Todd, Chad, Kelli, Ashley, David and Allison;  sister and brother-in-law, Jean Frazier Freshour and Clarence A. Freshour of Knoxville; brother and sister-in-law, Philip and Mallie Frazier of San Antonio, Texas; several nieces and nephews, and other family members and friends.
 
 A very special thank you goes to the Baptist Hospice Center for all their help, love and caring support.
 
The memorial service was at 1:00 p.m., Sunday, June 11, 2000, at the Trinity United Methodist Church with Angela Hardy and  Carl Oaks Officiating.  In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Trinity United Methodist Church Building Fund, 5613 Western Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee,  37912.
 
More About Jack David Frazier:
Burial: Ashes;  Lenoir City Cemetery, Loudon Co., Tennessee
 
Notes for Viola Dean Lowe:
Jack always called her Vee.
 
Vee is a registered nurse.  She has great compassion for the elderly. She  spent her last working years at the Shannondale Nursing Home.  She has a real gift for caring for the sick.  She also collects the children.
 
Children of Jack Frazier and Viola Lowe are:
+ 344 i. David Allen7 Frazier, born 12 May 1949 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
+ 345 ii. Phyllis Sue Frazier, born 27 May 1951 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
 

 194.  Donna Jean6 Frazier (Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)44 was born 05 May 1922 in Loudon County, Tennessee.  She married Clarence Albert Freshour 05 January 1946 in Roane County, Tennessee, son of William Freshour and Lucy Ricker.  He was born 03 March 1920 in Knox County, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Donna Jean Frazier:
(written by Clarence Freshour)
Jean Frazier Freshour was the daughter of well educated parents(for their time). She was the only girl in a family with five brothers.  Her father died when she was ten years old during the great depression of 1930's.  Since her mother was ill much of the time, she learned early how to clean, cook and sew.  She remained in school sometimes when this was a hardship.  She always loved school, reading and learning.  She made good grades and was a good student.  She graduated second in her high school class.  Her best friend was first.
 
Jean was an inspiration to me to get a good education and we graduated from high school the same year. (I had had to stay out and work on the farm)  She always insisted on doing only her best.  Sometimes this extended to me and helping me with homework etc. Our families lived in the same community and we went to the same church.  We were high school sweethearts and she was the only girl  I ever loved.  World War 11 intervened.  She worked in a war plant while I served my country for 4 years.
 
After the children were in school she worked in the office of our church for many years.  Later she worked in bookkeeping for Roden Electrical Supply where I worked..
 
 She was always a hard worker and interested in many things: crafts and arts, a prodigious reader, a gardener always. ( She  would have been a farmer had it been possible))  We have a large wildflower garden with many native plants.  Jean was never happier than digging in the dirt and planting a new plant.  We've always had a large vegetable garden and fruit trees.  We have always canned and frozen much of our food.  
 
Jean has always been very involved in her church.  Our church has always been the center of our lives.  Many of our friends are the people we met at church.  We continue to be very active and attend all services.
 
Jean is a good wife, a good mother to our son, Stephen and daughter, Donna.   Donna Jean  is named for my Donna Jean.  She is a good grandmother to our two grandsons.   Clarence A. Freshour          November 14, 1998
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 

Notes for Clarence Albert Freshour:
Clarence, went back to U. T, when he returned from serving 4 years in World War 11.  He was a medic with the Air Force.  He served in North Africa, France, and Germany.  He was overseas almost 3 years. Had the war not ended he would have probably gone to serve in the Pacific.  I think the greatest day in our lives was the day, he returned to Tennessee.  We had wanted to get married before he shipped out, but my mother was so against my marrying a soldier who was leaving.  So we waited and waited.  We were married soon after he came home. We have had almost 53 happy years together(1998).
 
About the time Stephen was born, he took a job with Roden Electric Supply.  He worked there for about 40 years, the last 20 as Vice-President.  Roden's had grown into a large company with many branches.  He retired in 1985.
 
Since that time , we have enjoyed doing so many things that we had never had time to do with both of us working.  We've traveled.  We tended our wildflower garden and worked in the yard.  We are very active in our church.  We have had time to read and the library is a regular trip for us.  We have spent a lot of time researching 8 families. Last fall grandson Stephen fixed us up with a computer and since then I have been entering tons of information into this computer. How this world has changed in my 76 years.
 
Clarence is a very quiet person with a quick wit.  Many people including myself do not always know when he is joking or if he is serious.  He has a strong religious faith.  He  is a very good husband and provider.  His family has always been very important to him.(written in 1998)
 

 
Children of Donna Frazier and Clarence Freshour are:
 346 i. Richard Stephen7 Freshour44, born 05 October 1946 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He married Beverly Miller 15 October 1967 in Knox County, Tennessee; born Abt. 1948 in Knox County, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Richard Stephen Freshour:
 

Stephen served in the Vietnam War as a Lieutenant in the Engineers.  He has been in the printing business for many years in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  First with his own business now working for someone else.  He was married in 1967 until his divorce in 1974. He has never remarried.
He spends many hours working in his yard, building rock walls and making flower beds.  He loves the outdoors.  He lives on a plateau about twenty miles north of Tulsa where you can see for miles.  He has three dogs.
 
+ 347 ii. Donna Jean Freshour, born 21 June 1950 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
 

 197.  Rachael Elizabeth6 Frazier (Eustis Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)45 was born 17 November 1920 in Bradley   County, Tennessee.  She married Hugh Carr, Sr.45 03 July 1944 in Cleveland, Tennessee.  He was born 04 December 1919 in Charleston, Tennessee, and died 01 September 1974 in Columbia, S. C..
 
Notes for Rachael Elizabeth Frazier:
 
My childhood playmate when they came to visit us.  Being the only girl in a family of boys, I was delighted when Rachael came and we could play girl games.
Rachael (Ricky) lives in Columbia, South Carolina.  She was a teacher in Cleveland.  Director of Family Housing at University of South Carolina.  Retired 30/06/1983
 
Notes for Hugh Carr, Sr.:
WW2 Veteran
 
Hugh was adopted by M. Louise and Mary E. Carr.
 
More About Hugh Carr, Sr.:
Burial: Elmwood Cemetery
 
Children of Rachael Frazier and Hugh Carr are:
+ 348 i. Hugh7 Carr, Jr., born 03 March 1945; died 12 July 1986.
+ 349 ii. Albert F. Carr, born 17 August 1948.
 

 198.  Shirley Lois6 Frazier (Eustis Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)45 was born 31 March 1926 in Bradley County, Tennessee.  She married Dr. Frank Hendrix46 07 June 1947.  He was born 03 May 1923, and died 26 March 1999 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Dr. Frank Hendrix:
 

Obituary: Dr. Frank Leonard Hendrix ,age 75, of Knoxville,died Friday, March 26, 1999, at Ft. Sanders Park West Hospital.  Elder of Sequoyah Hills Presbyterian Church. Professor of Transportation and Logistics at University of Tennessee.  Participated in D-Day Invasion and and received the Bronze Star.  Member of Elks Lodge BPOE#160, Alpha Kappa Psi, American Economic Association, American Society of Traffic and Logistics Inc., Delta Nu Alpha Transportation Fraternity, Federal Maritime Commission Practitioner, National Aerospace Education Council, Southern Economic Association, Omicron Delta Kappa Honorary and Leadership Fraternity, Civil Air Patrol and Phi Sigma Kappa Social Fraternity.  Survivors: wife Shirley Frazier Hendrix; two sons, F. Leonard Hendrix, Jr. and wife, Patricia of Tullahoma, Tennessee, Leslie Thomas Hendrix of Knoxville; daughter, Lois Ann and husband, Scott Evans of Stafford, Va.: eight grandchildren, Amelia, Laura, Leigh, and Thomas Hendrix of Tullahoma, Christopher, Courtney, Hallie and Samantha Evans of Stafford, Va.  Memorial service 11 a.m. Monday at Sequoyah Hills Presbyterian Church with Dr. William Barron officiating. Interment will be private.  Family will receive friends after the service in the fellowship hall.  Family requests that memorials be made to Sequoyah Hills Presbyterian Church Building Fund or to Covenant Presbyterian Church Building Fund, P. O. Box 1405, Tullahoma, Tn. 37388. Arrangements by Rose Mortuary Mann Heritage Chapel.
 
Children of Shirley Frazier and Frank Hendrix are:
+ 350 i. Frank Leonard7 Hendrix,Jr., born 22 July 1951 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
 351 ii. Leslie Thomas Hendrix46, born 25 July 1954 in Knoxville , Tennessee.
 
Notes for Leslie Thomas Hendrix:
 

Leslie is single
 
+ 352 iii. Lois Ann Hendrix, born 04 March 1961 in Knox County, Tennessee.
 

 199.  Frances Isabel6 Frazier (Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)47 was born 01 October 1912 in Bradley County, Tennessee.  She married Allan Quarterman Murray48 27 August 1931 in Florida.  He was born 18 March 1905 in Lakeland, Florida, and died 12 March 1999 in Hospice By the Sea , Boca Raton, Florida.
 
Notes for Allan Quarterman Murray:
 

Allan Quarterman Murray
 
Age 93, of Lantana, Florida, passed away on Friday, March 12, 1999 at Hospice by the Sea, Boca Raton.  He was born in Lakeland, Florida, March 18, 1905 and lived in Florida all his life.  He moved to West Palm Beach in 1922.
 
Allan is survived by his loving wife of 67 years, Frances; and four loving sons, Tom(Carol) of Boynton Beach, Dave(Lori) of Lake Worth, Don(Marilyn) of Boynton Beach, and Ken(Jan) of Alachua.  He is also survived by three sisters; Nellie Smith of Ft. Meade, Bobbi Smith of Bartow, and Reatha Spence of Bartow.  He has 10 grandchildren and 1 greatgrandchild.  He was preceded in death by two brothers, Fred, and Paul; and five sisters, Nancy, Rose, Loretta Fisher, Jackie Weeks, and Vera Strahle.
 
Allan first bought twenty acres of land located one mile south of Hypoluxo Road on Military Trail and built Allan Murray Nursery, Inc. on it. He owned and operated it from 1945 until he retired in 1970, when he turned the business over to his sons. He was a creative man of many talents. From the raw land of huckleberry bushes and rattlesnakes, he built the nursery and his own home, and raised four sons.  He was known for the quality of his plants, many of which are planted throughout Palm Beach County. He was a long time member of Florida Nurserymen and Growers Association.
 
He was a man who loved his family, was an example for them, and who instilled in them the principles of honesty, hard work, kindness to others, and worship of God. He was an active member of First United Methodist Church of Boynton Beach from 1945, when he helped build the worship building. Upon retirement in 1970, while living in other communities, he was a member of Trinity and St. John's United Methodist Churches, before returning to the area and First United Methodist Church of Boynton Beach.
Visitation will be on Monday, March 15, at 2:00 pm, followed by the funeral service at 3:00 pm, Scobee-Combs-Bowden, Boynton Beach, Rev. Robert Hahn of First United Methodist Church officiating.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice by the Sea, Boca Raton or First United Methodist Church of Boynton Beach.  Committal services will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Park, West Palm Beach.
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A. Murray, nursery founder
 
by Peter Donald ... Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
 
Allan Q. Murray, 93, founder of the Allan Murray Nursery in surburban Lake Worth, died Friday at Hospice by the Sea in Boca Raton.
 
His family said he died of old age.
 
"Everything he did was for the family, by teaching and example," said his son, Tom, on Friday.
 
Mr. Murray, a lifetime resident of Florida, was born in Lakeland on March 18,1905.  As a boy, he learned to farm with his father while working in citrus groves.
 
He moved to West Palm Beach in 1922 and met his wife, Frances, three years later.  "I had gone next door to borrow sugar, and there he was," she said Friday.  "I never saw a smile so sweet."
 
In 1945, Mr. Murray bought his 20-acre farm on Military Trail.
 
Allan Murray Nursery was one of the first farms to sprout along a portion of the trail that became know as "nursery row."  While cultivating his first crops, Mr. Murray sold chickens and eggs, but eventually became known for his citrus, shade trees, hedges and ornamental plants.
 
When Florida Atlantic University was just an idea, Mr. Murray was one of its first contributors.
 
He leaves his wife of 67 years, and four children, Thomas and Donald, both of Boynton Beach; David of Lake Worth; and Kenneth of Alachua.  He had 10 grandchildren and one great grandchild.
 
Visitation will be 2 p.m. Monday at Scobee-Combs-Bowden Funeral Home in Boynton Beach, followed by a 3 p.m. funeral
 
Children of Frances Frazier and Allan Murray are:
+ 353 i. Rev. Thomas Allan7 Murray, born 21 August 1940 in Lantana, Fl..
+ 354 ii. David Frazier Murray, born 19 March 1950 in Lantana, Florida.
+ 355 iii. Donald Russ Murray, born 07 February 1951 in Lantana, Florida.
 356 iv. Kenneth Whitworth Murray49, born 06 July 1953 in Lantana, Florida.  He married (1) Bettyann Louise Krause50 06 August 1976.  He married (2) Susanne Marie George 20 September 1980.  He married (3) Janet Helen Merrill 22 October 1988; born 03 April 1953.
 

 200.  Mary Cordelia Frazier(Mary6 Dee) (Carlos Julian5 Frazier, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)51 was born 13 September 1914 in Bradley  County, Tennessee, and died 30 November 2001 in Stevenson, Maryland(Druid Ridge Cemetery).  She married Osborn Preston Beall52 11 September 1937.  He was born 15 January 1901 in Maryland, and died 15 April 1977 in Stevenson, Maryland.
 
Notes for Mary Cordelia Frazier(Mary Dee):
 Monday 26 Nov.(2001)
  Jean:
 
  I wanted you to know that the hospice nurse was at Mom Beall's house
  yesterday (Sunday) and she she said that her body is beginning to
  shut  down.  Everyone is with her.  Mary Dee flew in last night.  Carl and
  Dorothea have been with her the last week and Preston drove in last
  night.  She received news last Monday that the Cancer was active in
  her  blood and after she heard that news she quickly declined the days
  that followed.  Her nurses and live-in companion (Agnus) have been
  absolutely  wonderful.  Other than getting extremely hot once in awhile she is
  comfortable.
 
  I will e-mail when she has gone to be with God and Jesus Christ.
 
  Beth Beall
 
(Tuesday 27 Nov.)
Mom Beall is still with us but her body is shutting down.  She has had
wonderful responses to Frazier (her nurse says that she sees Frazier as
her continuum on this earth).  She has also had wonderful responses to
anyone who wants to read the bible.  She has multiple page markers in
her Bible.  Jennifer will be here today at 3:00 p.m. She is
comfortable.  She has called the children around twice to tell them
something but can't get it out.  Her nurse is wonderful.
 
I will keep in touch.  Please e-mail everyone and let them know of her
condition. She will have a graveside service followed by a memorial
service out of Carroll-Gills United Methodist Church (the Church she
joined when Stevenson closed).
 
Beth
Jean:
 
I asked Mary Dee Jr. to e-mail these documents to me so that I could
send them on to you and you could disseminate.  Mom's death was peaceful
with Carl and Mary Dee by her side.  Her last statement on Thursday was
" I will come. Let me come".
 
She had a beautiful memorial service on Monday that lasted 1:45 minutes
because so many spoke regarding how Mom had impacted their life.  It was
a wonderful testament to a great lady.  Obviously, these days are hard
for us, but we will get through them.  I am joyful that Mom is Heaven,
but is difficult not having her physically with us.  The family will be
celebrating Christmas at her house.
 
Thank you for all of your prayers and thoughts.
 
Beth
 
We look forward to seeing the Frazier family members this summer.
Mary Dee Frazier Beall
September 13, 1914 – November 30, 2001
 
 
 

Mrs. Osborne Preston (Mary Dee Frazier) Beall, Sr., who lived in Stevenson for 64 years, died November 30, 2001, at age 87.  The burial service will be at Druid Ridge Cemetery at 10:00 a.m. on December 3, followed by an 11:00 a.m. memorial service at Stone Chapel United Methodist Church (Stone Chapel Lane, Pikesville, Maryland).  In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the United Methodist Board of Child Care, 3000 Gaither Road, Baltimore, MD 21244; or the American Cancer Society, 8219 Town Center Driver, Baltimore 21236-0025.
 
Born September 13, 1914 in Cleveland, TN, Mrs. Beall was the daughter of Carlos and Cecile Frazier.  She grew up in West Palm Beach, where her family moved in 1925.  After graduation from Palm Beach High School, she became first a dental assistant, then a companion to Mrs. Dora Thomas, widow of a Methodist minister in Baltimore and mother of John Charles Thomas, a baritone soloist with the Metropolitan Opera and star of stage and radio fame.  She met Mr. Thomas while singing in the Romany Chorus, a group he organized for public performances in Palm Beach.
 
As companion to Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Beall moved to Towson in 1935, where she soon met and married Osborne Preston Beall, who was active in the Methodist Church.  Mr. Beall had a Ford agency in Stevenson.  Mrs. Beall maintained family traditions such as Thanksgiving in the Beall home in Stevenson for many years and the summer Beall reunion.  The annual reunion met at her home for more than 55 years.
 
In the 1950’s, Mrs. Beall was active in the Parent-Teacher Association in Pikesville, organizing events for the school and serving as PTA president.  She was also instrumental in bringing Community Concerts to Pikesville throughout the 1950s.  She and Mr. Beall both participated in a drive to expand the old Pikesville Library, culminating in the dedication of a new Pikesville Memorial Library (which has since been replaced) on Reisterstown Road and Sudbrook Lane in 1951.
 
Early community activities included volunteer work for the Pikesville Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts, and for the Pikesville Red Cross and the Heart Fund.  She became active in local and state Republican activities and organizations, serving as President of the Pikesville Federation of Republican Women for over 30 years, as well as president of the Maryland State Federation of Republican Women.
 
In 1967, Mrs. Beall went to Annapolis as social secretary to Mrs. Judy Agnew, wife of the newly elected governor of Maryland.  She accompanied Mrs. Agnew to Washington when Mr. Agnew, chosen as the running mate of Richard Nixon, became Vice President in 1969.  With Mrs. Agnew, she traveled over the United States and abroad to Thailand, Bali, Indonesia, Malaysia and Afghanistan.
 
Widowed in 1977, Mrs. Beall was a leader in her church, Stevenson United Methodist.  At its closing in 1999, she joined Carroll’s-Gill’s United Methodist Church, on Chestnut Ridge, of which was she was a member until the time of her death.
 
Mrs. Beall is survived by two sons, Osborne Preston Beall, Jr. (wife Margaret) and Carl Frazier Beall (wife Elizabeth), both of Stevenson; and two daughters, Dorothea Beall Lankford (husband Norris), Brooklandville and Mary Dee Beall, Jr., (husband Robert Frank), San Francisco; three grandchildren, Jennifer Kirsten Beall, Chicago, Carl Kristofer Beall, and Mary Frazier Beall, both of Stevenson; two step-granddaughters, Elizabeth Copeland, Atlanta, and Meredith Copeland, San Francisco; and two step-great-grandchildren, Spencer and Emily Copeland, Atlanta.  She is also survived by three sisters, Frances Murray, Rebecca Peterson and Corinne Burdick, all of the West Palm Beach area, and one brother, Carl Frazier, Orlando; two aunts and many loving nieces, nephews and cousins.
Mary Dee Frazier Beall
September 13, 1914 – November 30, 2001
 
Mary Dee F. Beall, a Republican women's leader who became social secretary to Judy Agnew, wife of former Maryland governor and vice president Spiro T. Agnew, died of cancer Friday at her Stevenson home. She was 87.
 
From 1967 to 1973, she handled correspondence and arranged scheduling for Mrs. Agnew, whose husband's selection as running mate by Richard M. Nixon in the 1968 presidential election placed the Maryland governor into the national spotlight.
 
In a 1970 interview, Mrs. Beall recalled that she was at her desk at the governor's mansion in Annapolis when Mrs. Agnew called from the 1968 Republican National Convention in Miami.
 
"Mary Dee, are you sitting down?" Mrs. Agnew told her. "It's Spiro."
 
Mrs. Beall met the Agnews in the 1950s, when "Ted" Agnew was a Baltimore County precinct worker and she was president of the Pikesville Federation of Republican Women and vice chairwoman of the GOP state central committee.
 
In 1962, the year Mr. Agnew was elected Baltimore County executive, Mrs. Beall served a term as president of the Maryland Federation of Republican Women. She also worked to expand the Pikesville public library and brought community concerts to Pikesville.
 
Mrs. Agnew asked her to go to Annapolis as her social secretary, and to help with recognizing faces in the state capital as Mr. Agnew began his term as governor in 1967.
 
After the Nixon-Agnew ticket won the presidential election and the Agnews moved to quarters in the Sheraton Park Hotel in Northwest Washington, Mrs. Beall drove there weekdays and dealt with the bags of mail Mrs. Agnew received.
 
"She knew Republican circles, and she had a sense of the proper way to do things right," said her daughter Mary Dee Beall of San Francisco.
 
She also accompanied Mrs. Agnew on a 1970 around-the-world goodwill mission aboard Air Force Two. On other trips she visited U.S. orphanages, women's clubs and hospitals with Mrs. Agnew.
 
Born in Cleveland, Tenn., Mary Dee Frazier was raised in West Palm Beach, Fla., and was a graduate of Palm Beach High School. She grew up on an estate -- owned by William J. McAneeny, a founder of the Hudson-Essex Motor Car Co. in Detroit -- that was managed by her father. Family members said her exposure to the social life in Palm Beach provided good experience for her future role.
 
While in Florida she sang in a choral group, through which she met Metropolitan Opera baritone and Broadway singer John Charles Thomas. After working briefly as a dental assistant, she became social secretary and traveling companion to Towson resident Dorothea Thomas, the singer's mother.
 
Shortly after moving to Baltimore County in the 1930s, she met and married Osborne Preston Beall Sr., a Ford dealership owner who died in 1977.
 
At home, Mrs. Beall was an accomplished hostess. "When friends would admire her home, she would tell people she furnished it from estate sales," said daughter Dorothea Beall Langford of Brooklandville. "Her home was very important to her. She was generous with it, and her friends were always welcome."
 
A memorial service was held Monday in Pikesville.
 
In addition to her daughters, she is survived by two sons, Osborne Preston Beall Jr. and Carl Frazier Beall, both of Stevenson; a brother, Carl Frazier of Orlando, Fla.; three sisters, Frances Murray of Boynton Beach, Fla., Rebecca Peterson of Lake Worth, Fla., and Corinne Burdick of West Palm Beach; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
 
Mary Dee Frazier Beall
September 13, 1914 – November 30, 2001
 
 
 
 
 

"She knew Republican circles, and she had a sense of the proper way to do things right," said her daughter Mary Dee Beall of San Francisco.
 
She also accompanied Mrs. Agnew on a 1970 around-the-world goodwill mission aboard Air Force Two. On other trips she visited U.S. orphanages, women's clubs and hospitals with Mrs. Agnew.
 
Born in Cleveland, Tenn., Mary Dee Frazier was raised in West Palm Beach, Fla., and was a graduate of Palm Beach High School. She grew up on an estate -- owned by William J. McAneeny, a founder of the Hudson-Essex Motor Car Co. in Detroit -- that was managed by her father. Family members said her exposure to the social life in Palm Beach provided good experience for her future role.
 
While in Florida she sang in a choral group, through which she met Metropolitan Opera baritone and Broadway singer John Charles Thomas. After working briefly as a dental assistant, she became social secretary and traveling companion to Towson resident Dorothea Thomas, the singer's mother.
 
Shortly after moving to Baltimore County in the 1930s, she met and married Osborne Preston Beall Sr., a Ford dealership owner who died in 1977.
 
At home, Mrs. Beall was an accomplished hostess. "When friends would admire her home, she would tell people she furnished it from estate sales," said daughter Dorothea Beall Langford of Brooklandville. "Her home was very important to her. She was generous with it, and her friends were always welcome."
 
A memorial service was held Monday in Pikesville.
 
In addition to her daughters, she is survived by two sons, Osborne Preston Beall Jr. and Carl Frazier Beall, both of Stevenson; a brother, Carl Frazier of Orlando, Fla.; three sisters, Frances Murray of Boynton Beach, Fla., Rebecca Peterson of Lake Worth, Fla., and Corinne Burdick of West Palm Beach; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
 

 
Children of Mary Dee) and Osborn Beall are:
 357 i. Osborne Preston7 Beall, Jr.53, born 21 June 1938 in Stevenson, Maryland.  He married Margaret Copeland.
 358 ii. Dorothea Jane Beall53, born 31 August 1939 in Stevenson, Maryland.  She married Norris Lankford 01 March 1974; born 04 June 1936.
 359 iii. Mary Dee Beall, Jr.54, born 17 January 1942 in Stevenson, Maryland.  She married Robert H. Frank54 10 January 1987; born 02 May 1939.
+ 360 iv. Carl Frazier Beall, born 15 April 1944 in Stevenson, Maryland.
 

 201.  Mildred Whitworth6 Frazier (Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)55 was born 18 January 1917 in Bradley County, Tennessee, and died 06 April 1983 in Nashville, Tennessee.  She married William Morris Bryant56 27 November 1941 in ?..  He was born 27 November 1914 in Nashville, Tennessee.
 
Children of Mildred Frazier and William Bryant are:
 361 i. William Morris7 Bryant57, born 17 February 1943.
 362 ii. John Frazier Bryant57, born 23 April 1949 in Nashville, Tennessee; died Abt. 20 December 1998 in Atlanta, Georgia.
 
Notes for John Frazier Bryant:
 

John was murdered in Atlanta, Georgia.  He worked with the homeless.  He never married.
 

 202.  Rebecca Ann Frazier6 (Becky) (Carlos Julian5 Frazier, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)58 was born 17 April 1920 in Bradley County, Tennessee.  She married Spencer Carl Peterson59 14 February 1947 in Palm Beach, Florida.  He was born 24 May 1917 in Chicago, Illinois, and died 10 June 1999 in Lake Worth, Florida.
 
Notes for Spencer Carl Peterson:
 
 Spencer Carl Peterson
 
 82, of Lake Worth died Thursday, June 10, 1999.
 
 Born in Chicago, IL, the only child of Swedish
     immigrants, Carl and Caroline Peterson.  He was a
     graduate of the RCA Institute in Chicago and also
     attended universities in Wisconsin and Texas.  Prior
     to WW II, he was an engineer at radio station WJNO
     where he met his future wife, Rebecca Frazier.  He
     obtained his pilot's liscense with the CAP at Morrison
     Field.
 
 During the war, he was employed by Minneapo-
     lis-Honeywell to assist in setting up their Aeronauti-
     cal Division production line for autopilot and compo-
     nents  of  the  Norden  bomsight.   He was then
     transferred to North Africa 10 days after US troops
     first landed and was very proud to be assigned to
    General Jimmy Doolittle's command.
 
 After returning to the states, he was assigned to
     many locations including England, Germany, and Ha-
     waii.  He joined the U.S. Army toward the end of the
     war and served in Special Military Police forces in
     Hanford, Washington where he married Rebecca Fra-
     zier in Spokane.
 
  After his tour, he returned to Honeywell with
     assignment from Maine to Puerto and Arizona,
     finally settling in Florida.  He was privileged to work
     on all the moon shots with Federal Electric at Kenne-
     dy Space Center.
 
 He is survived by his wife, Rebecca; daughter,
      Elizabeth McNicholas of Pittsburgh, PA; sons, Carl
      of Bellevue, WA and James of Tucson, AZ; grandchil-
      dren, Adrienne McNicholas of Torento, and Michael
      McNicholas of Montreal, Canada.
 
 A Memorial Service will be held Tuesday, June
     15, 2 pm, at SCOBEE-COMBS-BOWDEN FUNER-
     AL HOME, U.S. Highway #1 and NE 15th Avenue,
     Boynton Beach.
     (The Palm Beach Post, June 14, 1999)
 
___________________________________________________________________
 

 
Children of Rebecca (Becky) and Spencer Peterson are:
+ 363 i. Elizabeth Ann7 Peterson, born 12 June 1948 in Florida.
 364 ii. Carl Spencer Peterson60, born 31 May 1949 in Florida.  He married Kristin Leigh Shelley61 23 May 1992 in Bellevue, Washington; born 20 March 1957.
 365 iii. James Francis Peterson62, born 12 May 1951 in Florida.  He married Sylvia Jane Marsh63; born 07 December 1950.
 

 203.  Carl Whitworth6 Frazier (Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)64 was born 21 January 1926 in West Palm Beach, Florida.  He married Jean Garland65 22 November 1952.  She was born 07 July 1928 in North Carolina.
 
Children of Carl Frazier and Jean Garland are:
 366 i. David Nolan7 Frazier66, born 29 February 1948; Adopted child.  He married Carol Mirabella67 02 July 1967; born 30 September 1948.
 367 ii. Craig Wesley Frazier68, born 15 December 1953.  He married (1) Janet Gregory69.  He married (2) Linda Seaman.
 368 iii. Leslie Whitworth Frazier70, born 04 June 1955.  He married Lee Hoitt71 05 July 1997.
 369 iv. Nancy Louise Frazier72, born 29 May 1957.  She married Rondel Shrewbury73 30 September 1994.
+ 370 v. Neal Alan Frazier, born 11 February 1960.
 

 204.  Martha Corinne6 Frazier (Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)74 was born 22 August 1930 in West Palm Beach, Florida.  She married (1) Stewart Robert Baldwin75 28 December 1951 in West Palm Beach, Florida.  He was born Unknown in ?..  She married (2) Sylvan Blaise Burdick75 10 June 1966 in West Palm Beach, Florida.  He was born 28 January 1922.
 
Children of Martha Frazier and Stewart Baldwin are:
+ 371 i. Gary Robert Baldwin7 Burdick, born 04 November 1955.
+ 372 ii. Jennifer Leigh Baldwin Burdick, born 19 January 1958 in West Palm Beach, Florida.
 

Children of Martha Frazier and Sylvan Burdick are:
+ 373 i. Valerie7 Burdick, Stepchild.
+ 374 ii. Pamela Burdick, Stepchild.
+ 375 iii. Geoffrey Charles Burdick, Stepchild.
+ 376 iv. Abigail Burdick, Stepchild.
+ 377 v. Gregory Burdick, Stepchild.
 

 205.  Dennis Julian6 Cate (Minnie Lee5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 19 April 1899.  He married Leeta Hamby. 
 
Child of Dennis Cate and Leeta Hamby is:
+ 378 i. James Dennis7 Cate.
 

 206.  Eramus Ervin6 Cate (Minnie Lee5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 20 October 1900 in McMinn Co., Tennessee, and died July 1965.  He married Theodora Perkinson.  She was born in McMinn Co., Tennessee.
 
Child of Eramus Cate and Theodora Perkinson is:
 379 i. Hazel Deane7 Cate.
 

 208.  Rachel Catherine6 Cate (Minnie Lee5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 01 October 1905.  She married Clarence Miller. 
 
Children of Rachel Cate and Clarence Miller are:
+ 380 i. Timothy Clarence7 Miller.
 381 ii. Barbara Rose Miller.  She married Larry Gilbert Winberly.
 

 209.  Robert Hutsell6 Cate (Minnie Lee5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 15 March 1913.  He married Ruby Agnes Nipper.  She was born 15 June 1915.
 
Child of Robert Cate and Ruby Nipper is:
 382 i. Lee Allen7 Cate, born 01 October 1943.  He married Karen Denise Kaylor.
 

 210.  Feires Manerva6 Marler (Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 12 August 1896.  She married (1) Henry Gee.    She married (2) Clarence Utt. 
 
Child of Feires Marler and Henry Gee is:
+ 383 i. Julian7 Gee.
 

 211.  Greta Elizabeth6 Marler (Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 01 June 1898.  She married Daily C. Sliger.  He died Abt. May 1961.
 
Children of Greta Marler and Daily Sliger are:
 384 i. Margaret Elizabeth7 Sliger.  She married (1) Bill Brown.  She married (2) Bill Frown.
+ 385 ii. Allene Sliger.
+ 386 iii. Lanell Sliger.
 

 212.  Elsie Della6 Marler (Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 04 September 1900.  She married Charles Delbert Reeder.  He died October 1943.
 
Children of Elsie Marler and Charles Reeder are:
+ 387 i. Charles Marler7 Reeder.
+ 388 ii. Delbert Thomas Reeder.
 

 213.  Alta Juanita6 Marler (Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 30 September 1902.  She married Ben Myers Chittenden. 
 
Children of Alta Marler and Ben Chittenden are:
+ 389 i. Marlene7 Chittenden.
+ 390 ii. Myers Ben Chittenden.
 391 iii. Don Chittenden.
+ 392 iv. Helen Margaret Chittenden, born 16 March 1926; died 17 February 1965.
 

 214.  Ray Cuthbert6 Marler (Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 30 June 1904, and died 07 February 1997 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  He married C. Pearl Snodgrass.  She was born 13 March 1907, and died Bet. 1977 - 1988.
 
Children of Ray Marler and C. Snodgrass are:
+ 393 i. Charles Ray7 Marler, born 23 January 1930.
+ 394 ii. Mary Martha Marler, born 23 August 1932.
 

 217.  Elliott Looney6 Peck (Della Erasmus5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 26 November 1917 in Sweetwater, Tennessee, and died 17 October 1968.  He married Sarah Edna Tallen.  She was born 13 July 1917.
 
Children of Elliott Peck and Sarah Tallen are:
+ 395 i. James Elliott7 Peck, born 11 January 1942.
+ 396 ii. Franklin David Peck, born 14 August 1943.
 397 iii. Lucien Henry Peck, born Abt. May 1947.
 

 218.  Susan Mildred6 Warren (Samme Julian5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 17 August 1912 in Canton, N. C..  She married Millard Franklin Skelton 03 June 1928.  He was born 02 November 1909, and died 08 February 1977.
 
More About Millard Franklin Skelton:
Burial: Tranquility United Methodist Cemetery, McMinn Co., Tn.
 
Children of Susan Warren and Millard Skelton are:
 398 i. Joe Millard7 Skelton, born 06 March 1929; died 06 March 1929.
 
More About Joe Millard Skelton:
Burial: Tranquility United Methodist Cemetery, McMinn Co., Tn.
 
+ 399 ii. Martha Sue Skelton, born 25 August 1930.
+ 400 iii. Stella Jo Skelton, born 02 January 1934.
 401 iv. Samme Gwendolyn Skelton, born 07 November 1940; died 07 November 1940.
 
More About Samme Gwendolyn Skelton:
Burial: Tranquility United Methodist Cemetery, McMinn Co., Tn.
 
 402 v. Warren Franklin Skelton, born 02 November 1943.  He married Rebecca Denney.
+ 403 vi. Irma Ruth Skelton, born 05 December 1946.
 

 219.  Martha Mabra6 Warren (Samme Julian5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 01 September 1914 in Beaufort Co., N. C., and died 01 August 1995.  She married Thomas Henry Carpenter76. 
 
Notes for Martha Mabra Warren:
She was married to Thomas Henry CARPENTER on October 25, 1936.  Thomas Henry CARPENTER was born on October 27, 1912.   He died on December 29, 1993.  He was buried on January 1, 1994 in Tranquility United Methodist Cemetery near Athens, TN.   Henry retired from South Central Bell Telephone Comapny in May, 1973, after 38 years, two months and two weeks of work. During those years he never had a work related accident with a motor vehicle nor personal injury and never missed a day's work on account of sickness. After retirement, dad still worked on the farm, getting up and milking every day for several years until his health declined. Dad enjoyed sitting on the front porch and watching nature at work.  
 
More About Martha Mabra Warren:
Burial: Tranquility United Methodist Cemetery, McMinn Co., Tn.
 
Children of Martha Warren and Thomas Carpenter are:
+ 404 i. Samme Ann7 Carpenter, born 06 August 1949 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
+ 405 ii. William Henry Carpenter, born 22 June 1942 in McMinn County, Tennessee.
 

 223.  Wheeler R. (Doc)6 Johnston (Wheeler Roger (Doc)5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 12 August 1914, and died January 1981 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He married Hugh Evelyn Luttrell.  She was born 1920, and died 1971.
 
Children of Wheeler Johnston and Hugh Luttrell are:
 406 i. Wheeler Roger7 Johnston, born 1945.  He married Shirley Irick.
 407 ii. Robert Carl Johnston, born 1952.  He married Marcy Schwartz.
 

 224.  Margaret6 Johnston (Wheeler Roger (Doc)5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 1920.  She married Marvin Lee Chambers.  He was born 14 August 1914, and died 25 July 1970 in Atlanta, Georgia.
 
Child of Margaret Johnston and Marvin Chambers is:
 408 i. Marlee7 Chambers, born 1954 in Atlanta, Georgia.
 

 225.  James Hunter6 Johnston (James Harle5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 10 July 1913, and died 17 September 1986.  He married (1) Mary Margaret Hackett.  She was born 18 September 1910, and died 11 March 1975.  He married (2) Thelma Baker 1941.  She was born 28 June 1918, and died 04 April 1969.  He married (3) Josephine L. Wilkerson 1985.  She was born 08 November 1918.
 
More About James Hunter Johnston:
Burial: Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Hamiliton Co., Tennessee
 
More About Mary Margaret Hackett:
Burial: Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Hamiliton Co., Tennesseel
 
Child of James Johnston and Mary Hackett is:
+ 409 i. James(Jay) Hackett7 Johnston, born 1940.
 

Child of James Johnston and Thelma Baker is:
+ 410 i. Carole7 Johnston, born 30 August 1946.
 

 227.  Ruth6 Johnston (James Harle5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 18 May 1917.  She married Johnny Kile.  He was born 10 May 1917.
 
Child of Ruth Johnston and Johnny Kile is:
+ 411 i. Richard7 Kile, born 14 June 1944.
 

 228.  Harris6 Johnston (James Harle5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 20 April 1919.  He married (1) Eunice Wilford 1941.  She was born 1921.  He married (2) Kay Wood 1955.  She was born 04 July 1917.
 
Children of Harris Johnston and Eunice Wilford are:
+ 412 i. Gregg7 Johnston, born 11 June 1943.
 413 ii. Louis Johnston, born 1947.
 414 iii. Robert Johnston, born 1950.
 

 229.  Carolina6 Johnston (James Harle5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 23 October 1922.  She married William Logan Jones 20 February 1944 in Chickamauga, Georgia.  He was born 24 October 1923 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
 
Children of Carolina Johnston and William Jones are:
+ 415 i. Judith Carol7 Jones, born 04 October 1945 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
+ 416 ii. William Harris Jones, born 23 October 1949 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
+ 417 iii. Chris Johnston Jones, born 05 November 1954.
 

 230.  Dane6 Johnson (Annie Mack5 Johnston, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 24 September 1916.  He married Doris Wood. 
 
Children of Dane Johnson and Doris Wood are:
 418 i. Wayne7 Johnson.
 419 ii. Alan Johnson.
 420 iii. Nancy Johnson.
 421 iv. Tony Johnson.
 422 v. Wayne Johnson.
 

 231.  Helen Louise6 Johnson (Annie Mack5 Johnston, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 14 September 1917.  She married Jack Gilleland 04 June 1941.  He was born 06 August 1917 in Abbeville, South Carolina.
 
Children of Helen Johnson and Jack Gilleland are:
 423 i. Ann Hollingsworth7 Gilleland, born 27 February 1943 in Battle Creek , Michigan.  She married Robert Lynn Neighbors 04 April 1988 in Plano, Texas.
+ 424 ii. Mary Mack Gilleland, born 06 April 1947 in Collumbia, South Carolina.
 

 232.  Betty Doris6 Johnson (Annie Mack5 Johnston, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 14 February 1922.  She married William T. Irick 02 August 1947. 
 
Children of Betty Johnson and William Irick are:
 425 i. Tom7 Irick.
 426 ii. Elizabeth Irick.
 427 iii. Margaret Irick.
 428 iv. John Irick.
 

 235.  Clifton Lowell6 Johnston (Clifton Marcena5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 14 March 1914 in Somerset, Kentucky, and died 04 February 2001 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He married (1) Mary Fulton McClure 29 June 1937 in Middlesboro, Kentucky.  She was born 02 October 1907 in Hawkins, Tennessee, and died 14 March 1977 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He married (2) Helen Willoughby Mathis 02 September 1977 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  She was born 26 January 1938 in Olivet, Tennessee.
 
Children of Clifton Johnston and Mary McClure are:
+ 429 i. Patricia Andrews7 Johnston, born 16 March 1939 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
+ 430 ii. Judith Sears Johnston, born 29 May 1945 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
 

 238.  Emily6 Johnston (Clifton Marcena5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 18 December 1923 in Somerset, Kentucky, and died 21 February 200277.  She married Milton Lite 28 June 1947 in New York.  He was born 17 May 1922.
 
Children of Emily Johnston and Milton Lite are:
+ 431 i. Beverly Jean7 Lite, born 30 March 1951.
 432 ii. Lynda Cheryl Lite, born 20 January 1956 in Greenville, South Carolina; died 25 October 1966 in Greenville, South Carolina.
 

 239.  Mary Kathryn6 Julian (Ernest Simpson5, Marsena Franklin4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)78 was born 10 March 1922 in Athens, Tennessee, and died 11 June 1999 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  She married Joseph Douglas Lee78.  He was born 23 March 1922, and died 13 November 1977.
 
Notes for Mary Kathryn Julian:
 
 Kat Lee
  Mary Catherine "Kat" Lee died Friday, June 11, 1999, in a local health
care facility. She was 77.
   She was a native of Athens, Tenn., and was a longtime resident of the
Chattanooga area.
   She served as a softball coach as well as a softball and baseball umpire
in East Ridge from 1966-1976.
   She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph D. Lee; and a son, Joseph
Lee.
   Survivors include a daughter, Cathy Ferrone, Blair, Neb.; and a son,
Julian Lee, East Ridge; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
   Services will be Monday at 1 p.m. at Chattanooga National Cemetery with
the Rev. Darrell Chambers officiating.
   Visitation will be today from 2 to 4 and from 6 to 8 p.m. at East Chapel,
Chattanooga Funeral Home.
 
More About Mary Kathryn Julian:
Burial: National Cemetery
 
Children of Mary Julian and Joseph Lee are:
 433 i. Joseph7 Lee, died Bef. 1999.
 434 ii. Cathy Jo Lee, born 25 December 1958.  She married ? Ferrone.
 435 iii. Julian Douglas Lee, born 08 June 1961.  He married Judy Lewis Rogers; born 24 September 195478.
 

 240.  Carl Louis6 Julian (Glenn Hyder5, Marsena Franklin4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 26 August 1938 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He married Maureen Margaret O'Donnel 04 September 1968 in London, England.  She was born 03 July 1939 in Manhatten, New York.
 
Notes for Carl Louis Julian:
Carl Louis Julian, Ph.D. in physics, Cornell University
born 26 August 1938, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee
 
married 4 September 1968, London, England to
 
Maureen (Margaret) O'Donnell, Ph.D. in chemistry, Cornell University
     Margaret is Confirmation Name; she signs Maureen M. Julian.
born 3 July 1939, Manhattan, New York
 
children:
Francis Thomas Julian
born 9 February 1970, Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico
betrothed to
Elizabeth Erasmo Reyes
born October 1968, San Isidro Huayapam, Oaxaca, Mexico
 
Kathleen Glenda Julian, M. D.
born 11 August 1972, Roanoke, Virginia
 
married 19 October 2002, Strasburg, Pennsylvania to
Nkuchia M'ikanatha, D. P. H. (Doctor of Public Health)
born Meru, Kenya
 

Glenn M. Julian
 

 
Children of Carl Julian and Maureen O'Donnel are:
 436 i. M.D. Francis Thomas7 Julian, born 09 February 1970.  He met Elizabeth Erasmo Reyes; born Abt. October 1968 in Oaxaca, Mexico.
 437 ii. Kathleen Glenda Julian, born 11 August 1972 in Roanoke, Virginia.  She married D.P.H. Nkuchia M'ikanatha 19 October 2002 in Strasbury, Pennyslvania; born in Meru, Kenya.
 

 241.  Glenn Marcenia6 Julian (Glenn Hyder5, Marsena Franklin4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)78 was born 01 October 1939 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He married Elizabeth Jane (Betty) Kaltenbach 16 August 1968 in Clairton, Pennyslvania.  She was born 26 June 1936 in Clairton, Allegany Co., Pennyslvania.
 
Notes for Glenn Marcenia Julian:
Ph.D in Science
Dr. Julian is with Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
 
"I earned a Ph.D. in physics at Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh in
1967 (it was Carnegie Institute of Technology until 1966). After a two-year
stint at NASA Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, which counted as serving a
military obligation resulting from my having been in ROTC as an undergraduate
at Carnegie, I spent my entire career teaching physics at Miami University in
Oxford, Ohio. I formally retired in June 2001." Glenn
 
E-mail copy from Glenn:
Dear Rev. Andy,
 
I contacted you some time ago relative to the search for my "M. E. roots".
 
Rev. Tom Seay at Tyner was most helpful. He even sent me a picture of the
gravestone of my grandfather Rev. George Julian at the Silverdale cemetery.
 
Randy Morris of the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce sent me a map and provided
me with the location of the New Friendship cemetery, where my
great-grandfather Rev. Isom Julian is buried. He even reports that his own
grandfather knew Isom, and gave me the address of Bob Julian, who looks after
the Julian Chapel.
 
I did not get a response to an e-mail to Rev. Rusty Taylor, but I located an
obituary for my grandfather M. F. Julian that says he attended the Ocoee St
M. E. Church.
 
From the Web I got the home page of the Holston Conference, and they put me
in touch with the Archivist of the Holston Conference archives. He assured me
that the obituary of my grandfather in the 1906 Journal of the Holston
Conference means that Rev. George had returned to the "northern" church,
though he was ordained Elder of the M. E. Church, South in 1854.
 
I also was sent an obituary of Rev. George's wife Mourning Julian. It says
that "without consulting her, she was transferred to the Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, which was organized from the M. E. Church at that time, 1844.
As soon however, as the M. E. Church was reorganized within her reach she
resumed her former relationship." Presumably Rev. George also went back to
the "northern" church at this time.
 
From Barbara Fagen at the History Branch of the Cleveland Public Library I
learn that Federal troops damaged the M. E. church [South] in 1863, and the
congregation met at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church until 1867. I
understand that your own Broad Street [M. E. South] church was built in 1867
So presumably the congregation which met 1868-1870 at the Baptist Church on
Inman St was the "northern" church. Ms.Fagen says this congregation worshiped
1872-1910 in their own church on Inman St, and then built the South Ocoee St
church.
 
All of this has resulted from your help. Seeing "Methodist Episcopal Church,
South
on your building, and following leads from you, have helped me understand
statements about the churches, whose significance I would otherwise not even
have noticed.
 
Thanks again!
Glenn M. Julian
 
Dear Tom Murray,
 
I was delighted with all the information you sent.
 
Rev. George Julian's Bible entry "Marsena" surely trumps all other references
for the spelling of my grandfather's name! His grave marker and my own name
spell the name "Marcenia". (The Biblical spelling, from Ruth - which George
would be expected to get right - is "Marsena".)
 
I have here a large Bible, 10" x 13" x 3 1/4", which my father believed (and
apparently told Elizabeth Manly) was Rev. George's Bible.
 
It is "THE PEOPLE'S STANDARD EDITION OF THE HOLY BIBLE, CONTAINING THE OLD
AND NEW TESTAMENTS, AND THE APOCRYPHAL WRITINGS, Translated from the Hebrew and
Greek, and carefully compared with former Translations; TEXT CONFORMABLE WITH
THE STANDARD OF THE AMERICAN
BIBLE SOCIETY: TOGETHER WITH A COMPLETE CONCORDANCE, THE PSALMS IN METRE,
NEARLY ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND MARGINAL READINGS AND REFERENCES, AND A HISTORICAL
AND CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX TO THE ENTIRE WORD."
J. C. McCurdy & Co., Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Chicago, and St. Louis; and
P. W. Ziegler & Co., Philadelphia, St. Louis, Cincinnati, and Chicago.
1872
 
This Bible does not show signs of heavy use, as I would have expected if it
were
Rev. George's Bible. - no marginal notations for sermons.
 
As I write this, I have sat down to leaf through this Bible to look for
papers left between the pages. To my surprise, I am discovering family records on
pages bound between the Old and New Testaments!
 
First is a Certificate of The Marriage Ceremony of Rev. George and Mourning
Smith. This is dated but not signed. My conclusion is that the printers
expected that this Bible would be given at the wedding, but that in this case there
is merely an after-the-fact recording of the wedding. It does suggest that the
Bible is in fact George's.
 
Next is a page listing names and dates of 13 marriages, starting with George
and Mourning, including "Frances L. Julian + F. A. Frazier Dec. 8 - 1875",
"Marcena F. Julian + Alice Hawk Nov. 14 - 1888" [the "c" in "Marcena" appears to
be bobbled in the cursive writing - it is not like "c" or "s" within other
names - but there is definitely no "i" between "n" and "a".]. The last entry is
"Ernest Julian - Minnie Payne June 18 1917" - my uncle Ernest.
 
Next is a page listing 23 births (and some marriages and deaths), from Isham
and Elizabeth, George and Mourning - obviously back-entries! - and including
my father Glenn H. Julian and his brother Ernest.
 
Next is a page listing dates of 21 deaths, including "Isham Julian Nov. 7
-1885",
"Rev. Geo. Julian Mar. 5, 1906" and "Mrs. Geo. Julian Aug. 29 - 1910".
Included in the handwriting of my father Glenn H. Julian are his parents "Alice
Louise (Hawk) Julian April 10, 1932 11:00 a. m." and Marcena Frank Julian Sept.
28. 1933  10:46 a.m." [definitely a "c" not an "s", and no "i" in "Marcena"]
 
So I don't know WHAT my name is supposed to be!
 
Finally there is a page called "Memoranda" which lists 3 more deaths plus, in
my father's handwriting, "Louise Alice (Hawk) Julian Born Feb 28 1866 -
Bradley County". I believe my father thought of his mother as "Alice", and added
"Louise" in front of this name in the margin.
 
At the back of the Bible there is a section of "Family Portraits". Included
are two unidentified baby pictures, unidentified adult men and women, a loose
photo labeled "James G. Smith", and a portrait of a family (papa, mama and
near-adult girl) labeled in my father's handwriting "Sam Julian son of Isham
Brother of Rev. George". I have not attempted to get these pictures out of their
frames in the paper pages to see if there is any notation on the backs of the
pictures. I have had bad experience of page disintegrating when I tried this
with another old album.
_________________________________________________________
 
I was impressed with the collection of the History Branch of the Cleveland
Library in Tenn. Ms. Barbara Fagen was very helpful, and she indicated that the
library would be interested in having this Bible and taking care of it. I do
not think my family would particularly prize this Bible, and I'm inclined to
place it with the library.
 
Your distant cousin
Glenn Marcenia Julian
 
Notes for Elizabeth Jane (Betty) Kaltenbach:
Betty earned a Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Music (organ performance) at
Carnegie in 1965, where we met while I was a graduate student. She earned additional education credits at Duquesne University subsequently.
 
Children of Glenn Julian and Elizabeth Kaltenbach are:
+ 438 i. Daniel Gordon7 Julian, born 13 January 1958; Adopted child.
 439 ii. Cynthia Louise Julian, born 31 January 1959; Adopted child.
 
Notes for Cynthia Louise Julian:
Cindy is mentally handicapped and has a small job in a sheltered workshop in
Hamilton, OH. After a period of extreme mental disturbance, she lives with a
foster family in Hamilton. She never married.
 
+ 440 iii. Gerald Paul Julian, born 03 November 1960.
 

Generation No. 7
 
 242.  Sarah Gordon7 Wilson (Walter W.6, Sarah Caroline5 Henry, Sarah Ann4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)  She married Harry Lee Archer. 
 
Children of Sarah Wilson and Harry Archer are:
 441 i. Gordon Lee8 Archer.
 442 ii. Sarah Archer.
+ 443 iii. William Archer.
 

 245.  Wanda Wilson7 McDaris (Nella6 Wilson, Sarah Caroline5 Henry, Sarah Ann4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 17 February 1914.  She married Matlock D. Hays 01 June 1939. 
 
Children of Wanda McDaris and Matlock Hays are:
+ 444 i. Robert Newton8 Hays.
+ 445 ii. Joseph Charles Hays.
+ 446 iii. Linda Sue Hays.
 447 iv. William Matlock Hays.
 

 246.  Homer Lee7 Howell (Addie Jane6 McLain, David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 11 June 1902.  He married Helen Castle.  She was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
 
Child of Homer Howell and Helen Castle is:
 448 i. Jane8 Howell.
 

 248.  David Pearson7 McLain (Oscar Lee6, David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 03 December 1913, and died Abt. 1963.  He married Alma Bishop 15 April 1935.  She was born Abt. 1914.
 
More About David Pearson McLain:
Burial: Nashville, Tennessee
 
Children of David McLain and Alma Bishop are:
+ 449 i. David Pearson8 McLain,Jr., born 23 January 1936.
+ 450 ii. Garrison Bishop McLain, born 17 January 1939.
 

 249.  Dr. James McLain7 Campbell (Lela May6 McLain, David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 10 August 1909, and died 05 August 1952.  He married Lucile Box. 
 
Child of Dr. Campbell and Lucile Box is:
+ 451 i. Jane Ann8 Campbell.
 

 250.  Ellen7 Campbell (Lela May6 McLain, David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 13 November 1912.  She married Raymond Hayes Davis 05 August 1937.  He was born 12 March 1912.
 
Children of Ellen Campbell and Raymond Davis are:
+ 452 i. Clyde Ellen8 Davis, born 30 August 1938.
+ 453 ii. Constance Davis, born 17 May 1945.
+ 454 iii. Elizabeth Ann Davis, born 09 July 1950.
 455 iv. Raymond Hayes Davis, Jr., born 14 September 1952.
 

 251.  Clarellen7 Harris (Ann6 McLain, David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)  She married Raymond Worth Lovett. 
 
Children of Clarellen Harris and Raymond Lovett are:
 456 i. Raymond Worth8 Lovett, Jr..
 457 ii. Karl Harris Lovett.
 

 252.  Margaret Ann7 Harris (Ann6 McLain, David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)  She married Kenneth Lovett. 
 
Children of Margaret Harris and Kenneth Lovett are:
 458 i. Burt8 Lovett.
 459 ii. Child Lovett.
 460 iii. Clarann Lovett.
 

 253.  Luther Elwood7 McLain (William D.6, Houston H.5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 01 February 1914, and died 10 August 1970.  He married Madge Stephenson Allen 06 June 1934. 
 
More About Luther Elwood McLain:
Burial: Fort Hill
 
Child of Luther McLain and Madge Allen is:
+ 461 i. Barbara Jean8 McLain, born 30 April 1935.
 

 254.  Sara Roberta7 McLain (Carl Henry6, Houston H.5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)  She married Wally Patrin. 
 
Children of Sara McLain and Wally Patrin are:
+ 462 i. Brenda8 Patrin.
 463 ii. Nickey Owen Patrin.
 464 iii. Carol Owen Patrin.
 465 iv. Nancy Owen Patrin.
 466 v. Cynthia Patrin.
 

 255.  Dewayne7 McLain (Wallace Roy6, Houston H.5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)
 
Children of Dewayne McLain are:
 467 i. Kathy8 McLain.
 468 ii. Angela McLain.
 

 256.  Rowena7 McLain (Calvin E.6, Houston H.5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) died 21 September 1937.  She married Walter Eldredge Webb. 
 
Child of Rowena McLain and Walter Webb is:
+ 469 i. William Edwad8 Webb.
 

 257.  Gale A.7 McLain (Earl F.6, Houston H.5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 21 August 1935.  He married Peggy Jean Harmon 24 July 1954. 
 
Children of Gale McLain and Peggy Harmon are:
 470 i. Cynthia Gail8 McLain, born 01 May 1955.
 471 ii. Janice Lynn McLain, born 23 August 1957.
 

 258.  Billy7 McLain (Earl F.6, Houston H.5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)  He married Barbara Roberson. 
 
Children of Billy McLain and Barbara Roberson are:
 472 i. Peggy8 McLain.
 473 ii. John Thomas McLain.  He married Anita Rose Harden 12 September 1970.
 

 259.  Norma Sue7 McLain (Flavius J.6, Thomas Leach5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)  She married Garnett M. Davis. 
 
Children of Norma McLain and Garnett Davis are:
 474 i. Garnet M.8 Davis, Jr..
 475 ii. James Stewart Davis.
 476 iii. Daniel McLain Davis.
 

 260.  Alora7 McLain (Flavius J.6, Thomas Leach5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)  She married Robert L. Holloway. 
 
Children of Alora McLain and Robert Holloway are:
 477 i. Lynwood8 Holloway.
 478 ii. Dennis Lee Holloway.
 

 261.  Janet7 McLain (Flavius J.6, Thomas Leach5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)  She married Jim O. McClain. 
 
Children of Janet McLain and Jim McClain are:
 479 i. Jim O.8 McClain.
 480 ii. Trent Leslie McClain.
 481 iii. Audrea Susan McClain.
 

 265.  Donna Mae7 O'Donahough (Henrietta6 Varner, Henry5, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married Dick Hutchenson. 
 
Children of Donna O'Donahough and Dick Hutchenson are:
 482 i. Helen Russell8 Hutchenson.
 483 ii. Karen Hutchenson.
 484 iii. Don Hutchenson.
 485 iv. Ann Hutchenson.
 

 266.  William7 O'Donahough (Henrietta6 Varner, Henry5, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married Grace Loefler. 
 
Children of William O'Donahough and Grace Loefler are:
 486 i. Denise8 O'Donahough, born Abt. 1951.
 487 ii. Kevin O'Donahough, born Abt. 1952.
 488 iii. Timothy O'Donahough, born Abt. 1956.
 489 iv. Julianne O'Donahough, born Abt. 1957.
 

 270.  Norma Kathleen7 Hunter (Daniel6, Elizabeth Barksdale5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1928.  She married T. J. Warren. 
 
Children of Norma Hunter and T. Warren are:
 490 i. Mary Lorraine8 Warren, born Abt. 1958.
 491 ii. Daniel Thomas Warren, born Abt. 1961.
 

 274.  Beatrice7 Hughes (Mary Elizabeth6 Hickman, Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1912.  She married James Harry Daughtery. 
 
Children of Beatrice Hughes and James Daughtery are:
+ 492 i. Wanda Lou8 Daughtery, born Abt. 1935.
 493 ii. Sonny Daughtery, born Abt. 1940; died Abt. 1945.
 

 275.  Euna Bell7 Hughes (Mary Elizabeth6 Hickman, Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1916.  She married Gladston Sloan.  He was born Abt. 1911, and died Abt. 1938.
 
Child of Euna Hughes and Gladston Sloan is:
+ 494 i. Mary Beth8 Sloan, born Abt. 1936.
 

 277.  Carl Abel7 Hickman (Samuel Henegar6, Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1914.  He married Edna Mae Care. 
 
Child of Carl Hickman and Edna Care is:
 495 i. Patricia8 Hickman, born Abt. 1946; died Abt. 1947.
 

 278.  Robert E.7 Hickman (Samuel Henegar6, Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1916.  He married Marietta Hale. 
 
Children of Robert Hickman and Marietta Hale are:
 496 i. Bobby Elaine8 Hickman, born Abt. 1940.
 497 ii. David Conner Hickman.
 498 iii. Stephen Ray Hickman.
 

 279.  Mary Grace7 Hickman (Samuel Henegar6, Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1919.  She married Warren G. Nunley. 
 
Children of Mary Hickman and Warren Nunley are:
 499 i. Dennis Ray8 Nunley.
 500 ii. Kenneth Mitchel Nunley.
 501 iii. Richard Dale Nunley.
 

 280.  Jessie Ruth7 Hickman (Samuel Henegar6, Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1919.  She married Paul Petty.  He was born Abt. 1919.
 
Children of Jessie Hickman and Paul Petty are:
 502 i. Martha Marcella8 Petty, born Abt. 1940; died Abt. 1958.
 503 ii. Samuel Curtis Petty, born Abt. 1946; died Abt. 1968.
 

 281.  Mitchell Lewis7 Hickman (Samuel Henegar6, Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1921.  He married Juanita May. 
 
Children of Mitchell Hickman and Juanita May are:
 504 i. Carl8 Hickman.
 505 ii. Randall Lewis Hickman.
 506 iii. Samuel H. Hickman.
 

 285.  Frances Marie7 Hickman (James William6, Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married ? Perry. 
 
Children of Frances Hickman and ? Perry are:
 507 i. David8 Perry.
 508 ii. Paul Perry.
 509 iii. Kelly Perry.
 

 286.  Billy Juanita7 Hickman (James William6, Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1971.  She married ?. 
 
Children of Billy Hickman and ? are:
 510 i. Frances Lynn8 ?.
 511 ii. Simond ?.
 

 287.  David Thomas7 Walker (Winnie Irene6 Hickman, Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1924.  He married Dorthy Jewell Gattis.  She was born Abt. 1926.
 
Children of David Walker and Dorthy Gattis are:
 512 i. Dorothy Dianne8 Walker, born Abt. 1951.
 513 ii. Deborah Lorraine Walker, born Abt. 1959.
 

 302.  Samuel Julian7 Sullivan, Jr. (Samuel Julian6, Ella5 Julian, Samuel Daily4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 24 March 1930.  He married Jane Dyer Abt. 1953, daughter of Frank Dyer.  She was born 08 November 1931.
 
Children of Samuel Sullivan and Jane Dyer are:
 514 i. Emma Jane8 Sullivan, born 30 June 1955.
 515 ii. Martha Joan Sullivan, born Abt. April 1957.
 516 iii. Samuel Julian Sullivan,Jr., born 10 January 1961.
 

 303.  Ella Sue7 Sullivan (Samuel Julian6, Ella5 Julian, Samuel Daily4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 01 October 1931.  She married Harry Sheron Bunch.  He was born 07 October 1930.
 
Children of Ella Sullivan and Harry Bunch are:
 517 i. Sheron Sue8 Bunch, born 29 November 1953.
 518 ii. Harry Sullivan Bunch, born Abt. April 1957.
 

 306.  Sally Jane7 Sullivan (Daniel Asbury6, Ella5 Julian, Samuel Daily4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 28 August 1945.  She married Gary Cook Abt. 1965. 
 
Children of Sally Sullivan and Gary Cook are:
 519 i. Daniel Lewis8 Cook, born 26 January 1967.
 520 ii. Jennifer Anna Cook, born 19 May 1969.
 

 307.  Michael Ralph7 Mount (Mary Ella6 Sullivan, Ella5 Julian, Samuel Daily4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 11 September 1938.  He married Nancy Legon. 
 
Child of Michael Mount and Nancy Legon is:
 521 i. Andrew Sullivan8 Mount.
 

 310.  William Wendell7 Sullivan,Jr. (William Wendell6, Ella5 Julian, Samuel Daily4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 11 September 1936.  He married Lariane Short 04 June 1960. 
 
Children of William Sullivan and Lariane Short are:
 522 i. Rebecca Laraine8 Sullivan, born 09 March 1965.
 523 ii. Linda Hollingsworth Sullivan, born 18 November 1966.
 

 312.  Harry Lee7 Million (Dorothy6 R.Sullivan, Ella5 Julian, Samuel Daily4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 25 September 1932.  He married Jo Ann Sells. 
 
Children of Harry Million and Jo Sells are:
 524 i. Deborah Lynn8 Million, born 01 June 1952.
 525 ii. Harry Lee Million III, born 29 October 1954.
 

 313.  Edith Lynn7 Million (Dorothy6 R.Sullivan, Ella5 Julian, Samuel Daily4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 14 December 1935.  She married Robert Pryde June 1953. 
 
Children of Edith Million and Robert Pryde are:
 526 i. Karen Lee8 Pryde, born 06 March 1954.
 527 ii. Janet Ellen Pryde, born 05 April 1955.
 528 iii. Robert Scott Pryde, born 06 April 1957.
 529 iv. Thomas David Pryde, born 14 September 1964.
 530 v. Vicki Lynn Pryde, born 10 September 1966.
 

 322.  Billy Dee7 Julian (Walter DeWitt6, William Arms5, Isham B.4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1935.  He married (1) Dr. Melva Delaine Wright.  She was born Abt. 1943.  He married (2) Sheila Morris. 
 
Children of Billy Julian and Dr. Wright are:
 531 i. Jill Johanna8 Julian.
+ 532 ii. Jay William Julian.
 

 325.  Marshall Francis7 Frazier,Jr. (Marshall Francis6, Winfred Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)79 was born 06 April 1936 in Oneida, Tennessee, and died 01 January 1993 in Walland, Tennessee.  He married (1) Betty Owenby, daughter of W.C. Owenby and Cecilia Hubbard.  She was born 19 December 1936, and died 29 December 1970 in Walland, Tennessee.  He married (2) Barbara Jane Chambers 14 April 1973.  She was born 24 June 1939 in Oneida, Tennessee, and died July 1996 in Walland, Tennessee.
 
More About Marshall Francis Frazier,Jr.:
Burial: Cold Springs Baptist Church Cemetery
 
More About Barbara Jane Chambers:
Burial: Cold Springs Baptist Church Cemetery
 
Children of Marshall Frazier and Betty Owenby are:
+ 533 i. Kathy Cecilia8 Frazier, born 11 April 1955; Adopted child.
+ 534 ii. Marshall Francis Frazier III, born 18 January 1961.
 535 iii. David Alan Frazier80, born 02 January 1963; died 19 October 2003 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
 
Notes for David Alan Frazier:
David Alan Frazier-age 40 of Knoxville, entered into rest with his heavenly Father on October 19, 2003. David was a loving brother, and devoted friend. He is preceded in death by his mother, Betty  Owenby Frazier, his father, Marshall F. Frazier, Jr. and his stepmother, Jane Chambers Frazier.  Survivors: include his sister, Kathy Nipper of Knoxville; brother, Mark Frazier and sister, Mary Frazier both of Walland.  The family will receive friends Friday evening from 6-8 p.m. at Highland Memorial Park, 5315 Kingston Pike.  A memorial service, conducted by Rev. Dr. Hoarce Brown, will be held in the funeral home chapel following the visitation.  Family and Friends will meet at Cold Springs Baptist Church in Walland for an 11:00 a.m. graveside service Saturday, conducted by Rev. Clarence Evans.  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Hope Center at Ft. Sanders Regional Medical Center, 1901 Clinch Avenue., Knoxville, Tennessee 37916.  Highland Memorial Park, Funerals and Cremations, in charge.
 
More About David Alan Frazier:
Burial: 25 October 2003, Cremated: ashes to Cold Springs Baptist Church Cemetery
 

Child of Marshall Frazier and Barbara Chambers is:
 536 i. Mary Alice8 Frazier80, born 07 March 1974.  She married Marc Jay-Saline 09 September 2000 in Maryville, Blount Co., Tn. (St Andrew Epic); born 18 January 1961.
 

 326.  Donna Ruth7 Frazier (Marshall Francis6, Winfred Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)81 was born 17 June 1938 in Oneida, Tennessee.  She married Arvis Ray Conner82.  He was born 27 January 1929, and died Abt. 1970.
 
Children of Donna Frazier and Arvis Conner are:
 537 i. Carla Dean8 Conner, born 09 April.  She married (1) Niel Paolella.  She married (2) Jim Penzabene.
 538 ii. Christopher Ted Conner, born 24 July.
 539 iii. James Arthur Conner, born 29 July.
+ 540 iv. Karen Louise Conner, born 05 August.
 541 v. Stanley Ray Conner83, born 11 January 1958 in Knoxville, Tennessee; died 27 February 2001 in Columbia, Md..
 
More About Stanley Ray Conner:
Burial: Orlando, Fl., Chapel Hill Cemetery
 
 542 vi. Kimberely Ann Conner, born December 1958; died December 1958.
 

 327.  Martha Irene7 Frazier (Marshall Francis6, Winfred Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)83 was born 01 October 1945 in Knoxville,  Tennessee.  She married Arthur Stephen Masker 22 June 1968 in Knoxville, Tn., son of Seely Masker and Marjorie Baker.  He was born 07 February 1947 in Mt. Kisco, New York.
 
Notes for Arthur Stephen Masker:
 
News Article
Masker Recognized At State Level For Service To Children And Families
 
ARTHUR S. MASKER, Wins Statewide Award
 
 
Source: The Greeneville Sun
05-17-2002  
 
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Arthur S. Masker, president and CEO of Holston United Methodist Home for Children, has been named winner of the statewide Professional Advocacy Award by the Tennessee Conference on Social Welfare.
 
Masker was recognized with the award at the annual meeting of the conference in mid-April.
 
To win the award, an individual must have "demonstrated advocacy efforts and achievements far beyond a routine nature."
 
Masker was singled out for his contributions that include having served as president of the Tennessee Conference on Social Welfare, president of the Tennessee Association of Childcare, and commissioner on the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth, an independent organization that monitors child and family well-being in the state.
 
Masker not only is active professionally on behalf of children but also is an advocate in his personal life. He is active in Boy Scouting and in his home church, Asbury United Methodist, of Greeneville.
 
Masker has led Holston Home and the state in creating a Special Needs Adoption program that has placed statewide several hundred children in permanent homes. As one of the participating agencies, last year Holston Home placed every child for which it had a referral through the program in a home.
 
The program for the awards ceremony noted, "Mr. Masker's skill, dedication, advocacy and commitment to improving lives of youth and their families are to be commended. He is an outstanding advocate, and leaders and staff and those who serve with him count themselves privileged to have the opportunity to work with him and learn from him."
 

Children of Martha Frazier and Arthur Masker are:
 543 i. Kimberly Ann8 Masker83, born 05 January 1973 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  She married Michael Franklin 30 December 2000 in Greene Co, Tennessee.
+ 544 ii. Emily Elizabeth Masker, born 24 June 1977 in Greeneville, Tennessee.
 545 iii. Sarah Marie Masker83, born 14 April 1982 in Greeneville, Tennessee.
 

 331.  Mary Eloise7 Frazier (Winfred Rice6 Frazier(Fred), Winfred Julian5 Frazier, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)84 was born 29 July 1950.  She married Dr. (medical) Robert Neal Montgomery.  He was born 10 February 1948.
 
Notes for Dr. (medical) Robert Neal Montgomery:
Robert is a prominent medical doctor in the Knoxville area.
 
Children of Mary Frazier and Robert Montgomery are:
 546 i. Jenny Rebecca8 Montgomery, born 11 August 1978.
 547 ii. Sarah Lynn Montgomery, born 18 June 1980.
 

 332.  Richard Reneau7 Frazier, Jr. (Richard Reneau6, Winfred Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)85 was born 29 November 1946 in Cleveland , Tennessee.  He married Lucinda Crandall 26 May 1979, daughter of Robert Crandall and Helen Clum.  She was born 06 February 1952 in Sidney, New York.
 
Notes for Richard Reneau Frazier, Jr.:
 

Cabinet Maker. Blacksmith at Williamsburg, Virginia.  Air Force Veteran
 
Child of Richard Frazier and Lucinda Crandall is:
 548 i. Naomi Rosanne8 Frazier85, born 17 August 1980.  She married Jon Wilson Abt. May 2003 in Friendship Baptist Church, Bradley Co., Tennessee.
 

 333.  Anne Elizabeth7 Frazier (Richard Reneau6, Winfred Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)86 was born 10 October 1949 in Harriman, Tennessee.  She married (1) Walter Gay Clark 30 August 1968 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He was born 23 December 1948.  She married (2) Jerry Timmons Ham Bef. 1980 in ?.  He was born 28 August 1939 in Florence, S.C., and died 15 December 1991 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  She married (3) Earl Leming 23 December 1991.  He was born 10 January 1938 in ?.
 
Notes for Anne Elizabeth Frazier:
 

Jill and Donna are step children. Cara is Ann and Jerry Ham's child.
 
Notes for Jerry Timmons Ham:
died with cancer
 
Child of Anne Frazier and Jerry Ham is:
 549 i. Cara Rosanne8 Ham, born 19 July 1980.
 

Child of Anne Frazier and Earl Leming is:
 550 i. Donna Joyce8 Farmer, born 21 October 1964; died March 2002; Stepchild.
 

 334.  Alva William7 Frazier (Alva Whittle6, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)87 was born 12 April 1931 in Johnson City, Tennessee.  He married Gussie Irick88 13 June 1952 in Johnson City, Tennessee.  She was born 02 September 1930 in Elk Mills, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Alva William Frazier:
 

Bill is a graduate of University of Tennessee.  He was chemist with TVA until his retirement.  He lived all of his adult life in Florence, Alabama.   He is a collector of clocks, and has spent much time since retirement going to flee markets etc. looking for and buying clocks.  Bill has had many different hobbies during his life and has many interests.
 
Notes for Gussie Irick:
 

Gussie is a registered nurse.  A very down to earth, practical person. She is very much a home body. Loves antiques and has many in her home.
 
Children of Alva Frazier and Gussie Irick are:
+ 551 i. Gordon William8 Frazier, born 18 November 1954 in Florence, Alabama.
 552 ii. Anthony Warren Frazier89, born 14 May 1957 in Florence , Alabama.  He married Patty ? Abt. 1986.
 553 iii. Linda Kaye Frazier90, born 27 June 1968 in Florence , Alabama.  She married Mark Andrew Guimond 27 April 1996 in Townsend, Tennessee; born 08 March 1968 in Galion, Ohio.
 

 335.  Betty Jean7 Frazier (Alva Whittle6, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)91 was born 27 March 1933 in Johnson City, Tennessee, and died 19 November 1997 in Melbourne, Florida.  She married Robert V. Johnson Abt. 1955 in Johnson City, Tennessee.  He was born April 1929 in Johnson City, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Betty Jean Frazier:
 

Betty was a Registered nurse,graduate of St. Mary's Hospital in Knoxville, Tennessee.  Lived most of her life in Melbourne, Florida.  She had suffered with Lupus for several years.  In 1996 she had a heart attack.  After being in a coma for three weeks, the decision as per her instructions, was made to remove life support  and she died within thirty minutes.  Betty was a beautiful child and later a beautiful woman.  She was 64 years old.
She was cremated and her ashes were taken back to Johnson City.
 
More About Betty Jean Frazier:
Cause of Death: Lupus with complications
Medical Information: Betty had Lupus.  She had a heart attack in 1996.  Health deterated until death 11/19/1997
 
Children of Betty Frazier and Robert Johnson are:
 554 i. Robert Anthony8 Johnson92, born 25 June 1961 in Florida.  He married Leslie ? Abt. 2000.
 
Notes for Robert Anthony Johnson:
 

Better known as Tony.   He is a pilot
 
 
 
+ 555 ii. James Andrew Johnson, born 19 June 1964 in Melbourne, Florida.
+ 556 iii. Beth Ann Johnson, born 06 November 1967 in Melbourne, Florida.
 

 336.  Julia Anna7 Frazier (Murrell Julian6, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)93 was born 11 November 1943 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  She married Jerry Mantell Anderson 11 June 1966 in Rolla, Missouri.  He was born 16 May 1943 in Kansas City, Missouri.
 
Notes for Jerry Mantell Anderson:
A great guy! One of our favorite relatives.
 
Children of Julia Frazier and Jerry Anderson are:
+ 557 i. Amy Kirsten8 Anderson, born 06 December 1969.
 558 ii. Jeremy Michael Anderson94, born 30 November 1973.
 

 337.  Michael Phillip7 Frazier (Murrell Julian6, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)94 was born 17 November 1945 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  He married Gloria Jean Smith 29 June 1969 in Rolla , Missouri, daughter of Evert Smith and Opel.  She was born 09 September 1948 in Belle, Missouri.
 
Children of Michael Frazier and Gloria Smith are:
 559 i. Jason Michael8 Frazier95, born 30 April 1971 in Rolla, Missouri.  He married Brenda Godsey 21 November 1998 in Springfield, Missouri; born 15 September 1966.
 560 ii. Christy Le Frazier95, born 04 October 1974 in Rolla, Missouri.
 

 339.  James David7 Frazier (Philip Carlos6, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)96 was born 05 December 1946 in Yakima, Washington.  He married (1) Sandra Kay Vanzant.    He married (2) Jeannine Cummings 1995 in Dallas, Texas.  She was born 03 January 1955 in Mt. Pleasant, Texas.
 
Children of James Frazier and Sandra Vanzant are:
 561 i. Jeffrey Philip8 Frazier, born 23 November 1975.
 562 ii. Kristen Grace Frazier, born 13 July 1980.
 

Children of James Frazier and Jeannine Cummings are:
 563 i. Alexander Denny8 Vickers, born 15 November 1979.
 564 ii. Marc Ashley Vickers, born 21 November 1981.
 

 340.  Leslie Carlos7 Frazier (Philip Carlos6, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)97 was born 15 November 1947 in Provo, Utah.  He married Francy Sherrian Craig 16 December 1966 in San Antonia, Texas, daughter of Clarence Craig and Maxine Livingston.  She was born 25 November 1946 in San Antonia, Texas.
 
Children of Leslie Frazier and Francy Craig are:
 565 i. James Leslie8 Frazier98, born 18 January 1971.
 
Notes for James Leslie Frazier:
Hi Aunt Jean,
 
Yep, this is me, long lost son of Les and Sherrian, prodigal of the
Frazier clan!  It has indeed been forever since we saw each other last,
but I still remember fondly that summer when I was a sixth grader and
got to go see all the Tennessee folks.  I remember your back porch ( I
think maybe we broke your hammock?) and your iced tea strong with
lemonade and what seemed to me then a small forest with trails behind
your house.  No telling how close those memories are to truth, but I am
fond of them nonetheless.  I remember that you had Herman Wouk's The
Winds of War on your bookshelves, too. 
 
How are you these days?  (10/10/2003)
 
 566 ii. Jenny Lee Michelle Frazier98, born 02 November 1972.
 
Notes for Jenny Lee Michelle Frazier:
Jenny is a medical doctor
 

 341.  Donna Marie7 Frazier (Philip Carlos6, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)99 was born 20 July 1949 in Spokane, Washington.  She married Joseph S. Wilson Abt. 1972 in San Antonia, Texas.  He was born 10 June 1944.
 
Child of Donna Frazier and Joseph Wilson is:
 567 i. Gabriel R.8 Wilson, born 18 February 1973.
 

 344.  David Allen7 Frazier (Jack David6, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)100 was born 12 May 1949 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He married (1) Cathy Kringer Abt. 1970.  She was born Unknown.  He married (2) Barbara Ruth Frazier101 13 June 1979 in Blountville, Tennessee, daughter of Lawrence Frazier and Artie Bolling.  She was born 05 December 1948 in Blountville, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Barbara Ruth Frazier:
Barbara was a Frazier before she married a Frazier.  Need to check this out!!!
 
Children of David Frazier and Barbara Frazier are:
 568 i. Todd8 Frazier101, born 15 February 1968; Adopted child.
 569 ii. Chad Frazier101, born 30 April 1969; Adopted child.
 570 iii. Ashley Brooke Frazier102, born 31 May 1980.
 571 iv. Allison Elizabeth Frazier102, born 11 May 1985.
 

 345.  Phyllis Sue7 Frazier (Jack David6, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)102 was born 27 May 1951 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  She married Mark Allen Gibbs 06 August 1971 in Knoxville, Tennessee, son of Richard Gibbs and Mary Geesley.  He was born 08 August 1951 in Independence, Missouri.
 
Children of Phyllis Frazier and Mark Gibbs are:
 572 i. Kelli Noel8 Gibbs102, born 24 December 1975.  She married Jamie Lee Bateman 09 September 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevado; born in England.
 573 ii. David Allen Gibbs102, born 17 August 1979.
 

 347.  Donna Jean7 Freshour (Donna Jean6 Frazier, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)103 was born 21 June 1950 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  She married Dr. Billy Wayne Hagewood104 07 June 1969 in Knoxville, Tennessee, son of James Hagewood and Effie Shivers.  He was born 26 September 1947 in Clarksville, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Donna Jean Freshour:
 

Donna  is  a graduate of Bellarmine College in Louisville, Kentucky.
(summa cum laude)
 
She worked at various jobs in Washington area while Bill pastored Guilford Baptist Church.  They were commissioned as missionaries in 1981 by The Southern Baptist Convention.  They served for 15 years and retired due to Donna's illness.
 
  They are now living in North Miami where Bill is pastor of the Stanton Memorial Baptist Church.  She is very busy with the various duties of a pastor's wife.
Donna loves books  and does a lot of reading.  She loves to work in her yard and flowers.
 
Bill and Donna have served as foster parents to 4 street children.  They have all turned out very well.
 
Notes for Dr. Billy Wayne Hagewood:
 

Dr. Billy Wayne  Hagewood is a Baptist minister.  He is a graduate of Carson Newman College and The Southern Seminary.  He earned his doctorate at Southeastern Seminary.
Bill is a person with much compassion and energy and loves to minister to all people.
  He pastored a church in Sterling, Virginia for eight years.  They served as  Missionaries for 15 years  in the Dominican Republic.   They resigned from the
Foreign Mission Board in 1996 due to Donna's health.   He is at present serving as pastor of Stanton Memorial Baptist in North Dade County, Florida.  This is a growing multi-cultured church and they are still very much on a mission field.
 
Children of Donna Freshour and Dr. Hagewood are:
+ 574 i. Stephen Mark8 Hagewood, born 20 July 1973 in Louisville, Kentucky.
 575 ii. Andrew Benjamin Hagewood105, born 30 May 1981 in Washington, DC.  He married Ukeme Ekpo 17 August 2002 in Miami, Florida; born 19 August 1975 in Charleston, West Virginia.
 
Notes for Andrew Benjamin Hagewood:
 

Andrew graduated from high school  with honors.   He has earned a full acamedic scholarship for any University in Florida. He will be attending Florida International near his home in Miami.
Andrew graduated from Florida International cum laude
 

 348.  Hugh7 Carr, Jr. (Rachael Elizabeth6 Frazier, Eustis Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)106 was born 03 March 1945, and died 12 July 1986.  He married (1) Kathleen Iacuzzo Abt. 1971.    He married (2) Valeria Margante Abt. 1981.  She was born 21 February 1957.
 
Child of Hugh Carr and Kathleen Iacuzzo is:
 576 i. Christopher8 H, Carr106, born 19 February 1973.
 

Child of Hugh Carr and Valeria Margante is:
 577 i. Rachael8 Christina, born 19 February 1983.
 

 349.  Albert F.7 Carr (Rachael Elizabeth6 Frazier, Eustis Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)106 was born 17 August 1948.  He married Jennifer Kind Abt. 1974.  She was born 30 November 1958.
 
Children of Albert Carr and Jennifer Kind are:
 578 i. Jason F.8 Carr106, born 29 June 1979.
 579 ii. Ryan Hugh Carr106, born 08 December 1986.
 

 350.  Frank Leonard7 Hendrix,Jr. (Shirley Lois6 Frazier, Eustis Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)107 was born 22 July 1951 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He married Patricia Nevins107 Abt. 1978. 
 
Notes for Frank Leonard Hendrix,Jr.:
 

Len is a minister.  He works in pioneer area of work.
 
Children of Frank Hendrix and Patricia Nevins are:
 580 i. Amelia Louise8 Hendrix, born 05 January 1983.
 581 ii. Laura Conwell Hendrix, born 20 August 1985.
 582 iii. Leigh Frazier Hendrix, born 20 August 1985.
 583 iv. Thomas Winfield Hendrix, born 06 January 1989.
 

 352.  Lois Ann7 Hendrix (Shirley Lois6 Frazier, Eustis Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)108 was born 04 March 1961 in Knox County, Tennessee.  She married Scott Richard Evans 07 July 1984 in Knoxville, Tennessee, son of John Evans and Janet Whitehead.  He was born 04 April 1958.
 
Notes for Scott Richard Evans:
 

Scott and Lois live in Stafford, Virginia. Scott is projects manager for Ruby Tuesday's
 
Children of Lois Hendrix and Scott Evans are:
 584 i. Christopher Robert8 Evans108, born 09 June 1987.
 585 ii. Courtney Lois Evans108, born 20 February 1989.
 586 iii. Hollie Caitlin Evans108, born 21 February 1992.
 587 iv. Samantha Todd Evans108, born 20 May 1994.
 

 353.  Rev. Thomas Allan7 Murray (Frances Isabel6 Frazier, Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)109 was born 21 August 1940 in Lantana, Fl..  He married Carolyn Lee Cook110 04 May 1963 in Gainesville, Fl..  She was born 24 May 1941 in Lakeland, Fl..
 
Children of Thomas Murray and Carolyn Cook are:
+ 588 i. Karen Lee8 Murray, born 17 October 1966.
 589 ii. Todd Allan Murray, born 25 December 1968.
 

 354.  David Frazier7 Murray (Frances Isabel6 Frazier, Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)111 was born 19 March 1950 in Lantana, Florida.  He married (1) Marsha ?.    He married (2) Lori Michele Dumas112 10 December 1983.  She was born 29 July 1964.
 
Children of David Murray and Lori Dumas are:
 590 i. Brent Allan8 Murray113, born 26 June 1984.
 591 ii. Bryan Daniel Murray113, born 14 February 1987.
 

 355.  Donald Russ7 Murray (Frances Isabel6 Frazier, Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)114 was born 07 February 1951 in Lantana, Florida.  He married (1) Gail M. Cline115 18 March 1972.  She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.  He married (2) Marilyn Barbara Gerry 26 November 1981.  She was born 13 January 1951.
 
Children of Donald Murray and Gail Cline are:
 592 i. Michael Cline8 Murray116, born 09 August 1973.  He married Marcey.
 593 ii. Steven Russ Murray116, born 01 January 1975.  He married Sheri Lynn Ryland117 28 June 1997; born 23 January 1975.
 

Children of Donald Murray and Marilyn Gerry are:
 594 i. Celina Ruth8 Murray118, born 10 November 1982.
 595 ii. Anna Louise Murray118, born 16 May 1984.
 596 iii. Aimee Janell Murray118,118, born 05 August 1986.
 597 iv. John Walter Murray118, born 18 February 1988.
 

 360.  Carl Frazier7 Beall (Mary Cordelia Frazier(Mary6 Dee), Carlos Julian5 Frazier, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)119 was born 15 April 1944 in Stevenson, Maryland.  He married (1) Margot Heidenfors120 23 March 1968.    He married (2) Elizabeth R. Howser(Beth)120 27 November 1993 in Pikesville, Maryland.  She was born 21 July 1966 in Baltimore, Maryland.
 
Children of Carl Beall and Margot Heidenfors are:
 598 i. Jennifer Kirsten8 Beall121, born 13 June 1971.
 599 ii. Carl Kristofer Beall121, born 31 May 1974.
 

Child of Carl Beall and Elizabeth Howser(Beth) is:
 600 i. Mary Frazier8 Beall121, born 29 March 1998 in Towson, Maryland.
 

 363.  Elizabeth Ann7 Peterson (Rebecca Ann Frazier6 (Becky), Carlos Julian5 Frazier, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)122 was born 12 June 1948 in Florida.  She married Timothy P. McNichols 23 May 1970. 
 
Children of Elizabeth Peterson and Timothy McNichols are:
 601 i. Adrienne Beth8 McNichols123, born 27 May 1972.
 602 ii. Michael Sean McNichols123, born 19 February 1976.
 

 370.  Neal Alan7 Frazier (Carl Whitworth6, Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)124 was born 11 February 1960.  He married (1) Michelle Maghakian.    He married (2) Paula McDaniel 26 July 1991. 
 
Children of Neal Frazier and Michelle Maghakian are:
 603 i. Craig Edwin8 Frazier125.
 604 ii. Tyler Garland Frazier125, born 21 October 1982.
 

Children of Neal Frazier and Paula McDaniel are:
 605 i. Neale Ann8 Frazier, born 30 December 1994.
 606 ii. Griffin Frazier, born 27 February 1996.
 

 371.  Gary Robert Baldwin7 Burdick (Martha Corinne6 Frazier, Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)126 was born 04 November 1955.  He married Sarah Irish127 20 May 1989.  She was born Unknown.
 
Children of Gary Burdick and Sarah Irish are:
 607 i. Edward Michael8 Burdick127.
 608 ii. Jillian Christene Burdick127, born 03 December 1989.
 

 372.  Jennifer Leigh Baldwin7 Burdick (Martha Corinne6 Frazier, Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)128 was born 19 January 1958 in West Palm Beach, Florida.  She married Francis Emory Springfield129 02 November 1985. 
 
Children of Jennifer Burdick and Francis Springfield are:
 609 i. Blaise Thaxton8 Springfield130, born 29 June 1991.
 610 ii. Frazier Ray Springfield130, born 06 May 1994.
 

 373.  Valerie7 Burdick (Martha Corinne6 Frazier, Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married Ralph Seifert. 
 
Child of Valerie Burdick and Ralph Seifert is:
+ 611 i. Lisa8 Seifert.
 

 374.  Pamela7 Burdick (Martha Corinne6 Frazier, Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)
 
Child of Pamela Burdick is:
 612 i. Christopher8 Burdick.
 

 375.  Geoffrey Charles7 Burdick (Martha Corinne6 Frazier, Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married Terri Parker. 
 
Children of Geoffrey Burdick and Terri Parker are:
 613 i. Pascal8 Burdick.
 614 ii. Paris Burdick.
 

 376.  Abigail7 Burdick (Martha Corinne6 Frazier, Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)
 
Children of Abigail Burdick are:
 615 i. Devin Phinney8 Burdick.
 616 ii. Quaid Morton Burdick.
 

 377.  Gregory7 Burdick (Martha Corinne6 Frazier, Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)130.  He married Paulette Beaulieu. 
 
Child of Gregory Burdick and Paulette Beaulieu is:
 617 i. Jasun8 Burdick.
 

 378.  James Dennis7 Cate (Dennis Julian6, Minnie Lee5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married Glenda Ingram. 
 
Child of James Cate and Glenda Ingram is:
 618 i. Dianne Michele8 Cate.
 

 380.  Timothy Clarence7 Miller (Rachel Catherine6 Cate, Minnie Lee5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married Charlene Winder. 
 
Children of Timothy Miller and Charlene Winder are:
 619 i. Scott8 Miller.
 620 ii. Tracey Lynn Miller.
 621 iii. Melissa Miller.
 622 iv. Taffy Dee Miller.
 623 v. Stephanie Miller.
 
Notes for Stephanie Miller:
Stephanie and Stacy are twins.
 
 624 vi. Stacey Ann Miller.
 

 383.  Julian7 Gee (Feires Manerva6 Marler, Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married Dorothy Goins. 
 
Children of Julian Gee and Dorothy Goins are:
 625 i. Sandra8 Gee, born Abt. 1953.
 626 ii. David Michael Gee, born 07 October 1957.
 

 385.  Allene7 Sliger (Greta Elizabeth6 Marler, Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married Robert Scott. 
 
Children of Allene Sliger and Robert Scott are:
 627 i. Robert8 Scott.
 628 ii. Allen Scott.
 629 iii. James Scott.
 

 386.  Lanell7 Sliger (Greta Elizabeth6 Marler, Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married Stanley Smith. 
 
Children of Lanell Sliger and Stanley Smith are:
 630 i. Stanley8 Smith, Jr..
 631 ii. Elizabeth Smith.
 

 387.  Charles Marler7 Reeder (Elsie Della6 Marler, Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married Louise LeFerry. 
 
Children of Charles Reeder and Louise LeFerry are:
 632 i. John Cahrles8 Reeder.
 633 ii. Janie Reeder.
 634 iii. Fred Ray Reeder.
 

 388.  Delbert Thomas7 Reeder (Elsie Della6 Marler, Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married (1) Pat ?.    He married (2) Pat ?. 
 
Children of Delbert Reeder and Pat ? are:
 635 i. Larry8 Reeder.
 636 ii. Bonnie Reeder.
 637 iii. Skipper Reeder.
 638 iv. Cherri Reeder.
 

 389.  Marlene7 Chittenden (Alta Juanita6 Marler, Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married James Dale. 
 
Children of Marlene Chittenden and James Dale are:
 639 i. Craig8 Dale.
 640 ii. Karen Dale.
 

 390.  Myers Ben7 Chittenden (Alta Juanita6 Marler, Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married Ann Gilliland, daughter of Earl Gilliland and Elizabeth Jones. 
 
Children of Myers Chittenden and Ann Gilliland are:
 641 i. Tom8 Chittenden.
 642 ii. Fay Chittenden.
 

 392.  Helen Margaret7 Chittenden (Alta Juanita6 Marler, Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 16 March 1926, and died 17 February 1965.  She married L. A. Murray 21 March 1953. 
 
Children of Helen Chittenden and L. Murray are:
 643 i. Gary8 Murray.
 644 ii. Douglas Murray.
 645 iii. Timothy Murray.
 646 iv. Linda Murray.
 

 393.  Charles Ray7 Marler (Ray Cuthbert6, Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 23 January 1930.  He married Martha Nell Patty 15 August 1948. 
 
Children of Charles Marler and Martha Patty are:
 647 i. Patty Ray8 Marler, born 29 August 1950.
 648 ii. Richard William Marler, born 21 August 1957.
 649 iii. Janell Kay Marler, born 25 June 1962.
 

 394.  Mary Martha7 Marler (Ray Cuthbert6, Etha Ophelia5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 23 August 1932.  She married Stanley Richard Bates. 
 
Child of Mary Marler and Stanley Bates is:
 650 i. Elizabeth Ann8 Bates, born 12 September 1960.
 

 395.  James Elliott7 Peck (Elliott Looney6, Della Erasmus5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 11 January 1942.  He married Sharon ?. 
 
Children of James Peck and Sharon ? are:
 651 i. James8 Peck, born 13 March 1964.
 652 ii. Sherry Peck, born Abt. May 1967.
 

 396.  Franklin David7 Peck (Elliott Looney6, Della Erasmus5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 14 August 1943.  He married Shirley Stevenson. 
 
Children of Franklin Peck and Shirley Stevenson are:
 653 i. Angela8 Peck, born 18 October 1964.
 654 ii. Chad Davidson Peck, born 03 September 1967.
 

 399.  Martha Sue7 Skelton (Susan Mildred6 Warren, Samme Julian5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 25 August 1930.  She married John Jackson. 
 
Child of Martha Skelton and John Jackson is:
 655 i. Lyndon Bryon8 Jackson, born 17 February 1961.
 
Notes for Lyndon Bryon Jackson:
another source has Lyndon Johnson Jackson
 

 400.  Stella Jo7 Skelton (Susan Mildred6 Warren, Samme Julian5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 02 January 1934.  She married James Roland Tate. 
 
Child of Stella Skelton and James Tate is:
 656 i. Sherry Lynn8 Tate, born Abt. 1970.
 

 403.  Irma Ruth7 Skelton (Susan Mildred6 Warren, Samme Julian5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 05 December 1946.  She married Donald Raymond Hill 26 August 1967.  He was born 11 September 1945.
 
Children of Irma Skelton and Donald Hill are:
 657 i. Wesley Stewart8 Hill, born 25 March 1974.
 658 ii. Karey Michelle Hill, born 05 April 1976.  She married Rodney Bethune.
 659 iii. Jason Franklin Hill, born 16 December 1981.
 

 404.  Samme Ann7 Carpenter (Martha Mabra6 Warren, Samme Julian5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)131 was born 06 August 1949 in McMinn County, Tennessee.  She married (1) Sammy Billy Axley 22 April 1966.    She married (2) Marvin Travis Templin 04 April 1979 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.  He was born 16 August 1937 in Harlan County, Ky..
 
Child of Samme Carpenter and Sammy Axley is:
 660 i. Sammy Billy8 Axley, Jr., born 21 March 1968 in Loudon County, Tennessee.
 

 405.  William Henry7 Carpenter (Martha Mabra6 Warren, Samme Julian5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 22 June 1942 in McMinn County, Tennessee.  He married Lynda Lou Hope Dorsey 18 December 1962, daughter of Tony Lee Dorsey.  She was born 07 February 1943.
 
Children of William Carpenter and Lynda Dorsey are:
+ 661 i. Tony Lee8 Dorsey, born 24 October 1959.
+ 662 ii. William Henry "Bobo" Carpenter, Jr., born 06 September 1962.
+ 663 iii. Kimberly Carmel Carpenter, born 29 June 1964.
 664 iv. Khristye Michelle Carpenter, born 18 May 1979; Adopted child.
 
Notes for Khristye Michelle Carpenter:
mother of this adopted child is Kimberly Carmel Carpenter
 
 665 v. Michael Shaun Carpenter, born 16 July 1982; Adopted child.
 
Notes for Michael Shaun Carpenter:
Mother of child is Kimberly Carmel Carpenter
 

 409.  James(Jay) Hackett7 Johnston (James Hunter6, James Harle5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 1940.  He married (1) Virginia Montgomery.  She was born 1940.  He married (2) Teresa? 07 October 1994 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. 
 
Children of James(Jay) Johnston and Virginia Montgomery are:
 666 i. Elizabeth8 Johnston, born 1964.
 667 ii. Margaret Johnston, born 1968.
 

 410.  Carole7 Johnston (James Hunter6, James Harle5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 30 August 1946.  She married T.R.(Doc) Williams.  He was born 09 October 1932.
 
Children of Carole Johnston and T.R.(Doc) Williams are:
+ 668 i. Chrissie8 Williams, born 09 March 1964.
+ 669 ii. Amanda Williams Williams, born 20 December 1968.
 670 iii. James Williams, born 26 June 1981.
 

 411.  Richard7 Kile (Ruth6 Johnston, James Harle5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 14 June 1944.  He married Linda Bridges.  She was born January 1946.
 
Children of Richard Kile and Linda Bridges are:
 671 i. Richard8 Kile.
 672 ii. Alecia Kile, born 10 May 1970.
 

 412.  Gregg7 Johnston (Harris6, James Harle5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 11 June 1943.  He married (1) Maria Piercey.    He married (2) Elizabeth Rosser.  She was born 1947.
 
Child of Gregg Johnston and Maria Piercey is:
 673 i. Julie8 Johnston, born 1966.  She married Richard Beyer; born 1966.
 

Child of Gregg Johnston and Elizabeth Rosser is:
 674 i. Gregory Rosser8 Johnston, born 18 June 1981.
 

 415.  Judith Carol7 Jones (Carolina6 Johnston, James Harle5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 04 October 1945 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  She married John Alford Lowry 09 September 1972.  He was born 20 December 1939 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
 
Children of Judith Jones and John Lowry are:
 675 i. Erin Elizabeth8 Lowry, born 22 January 1978.
 676 ii. Joanna Carol Lowry, born 07 April 1983.
 

 416.  William Harris7 Jones (Carolina6 Johnston, James Harle5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 23 October 1949 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  He married Myra White 17 March 1967 in Chickamauga, Georgia.  She was born 12 October 1949.
 
Children of William Jones and Myra White are:
 677 i. Kimberly Gayle8 Jones, born 25 September 1968.
 678 ii. Kevin Harris Jones, born 10 December 1970.
 679 iii. Shannon Humphrey Jones, born 28 December 1971.
 

 417.  Chris Johnston7 Jones (Carolina6 Johnston, James Harle5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 05 November 1954.  He married Jenny Choises 07 May 1978 in Fall Church, Virginia.  She was born 12 December 1954.
 
Children of Chris Jones and Jenny Choises are:
 680 i. Rebecca Susanne8 Jones, born 08 December 1981.
 681 ii. Heather Caroline Jones, born 15 May 1984.
 682 iii. Laura Marie Jones, born 30 November 1987.
 683 iv. David William Jones, born 20 December 1993.
 

 424.  Mary Mack7 Gilleland (Helen Louise6 Johnson, Annie Mack5 Johnston, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 06 April 1947 in Collumbia, South Carolina.  She married David Scott Cook 06 June 1970 in Signal Mountain, Tennessee. 
 
Children of Mary Gilleland and David Cook are:
 684 i. David Jackson8 Cook, born 13 April 1974.
 685 ii. Susannah Helen Cook, born 30 September 1981.
 686 iii. Laura Hollingsworth Cook, born 16 January 1984.
 

 429.  Patricia Andrews7 Johnston (Clifton Lowell6, Clifton Marcena5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 16 March 1939 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  She married James Richard Treadwell 03 August 1963 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He was born 22 April 1936 in Collierville, Tennessee.
 
Children of Patricia Johnston and James Treadwell are:
 687 i. Randell Dee8 Treadwell, born 06 September 1966.
 688 ii. Leesa Dawn Treadwell, born 29 July 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee.  She married Shane Allen Taylor 21 August 1993 in Birmingham, Alabama; born 07 March 1969 in Birmingham, Alabama.
 

 430.  Judith Sears7 Johnston (Clifton Lowell6, Clifton Marcena5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 29 May 1945 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  She married (1) Danny Moon Low 26 July 1980 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  He was born 24 March 1948 in Canton, Mississippi.  She married (2) James Daniel Garner 06 August 1985 in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He was born 1944.
 
Children of Judith Johnston and James Garner are:
+ 689 i. James Daniel8 Garner, born 12 December 1966 in Decatur, Alabama.
 690 ii. David Clifton Garner, born 16 June 1969 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
 

 431.  Beverly Jean7 Lite (Emily6 Johnston, Clifton Marcena5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 30 March 1951.  She married (1) Randy Duncan 1972 in Greenville, South Carolina.    She married (2) Christopher Sidwa 1977 in Houston, Texas. 
 
Child of Beverly Lite and Christopher Sidwa is:
 691 i. Barrett Emily8 Sidwa, born 21 May 1978 in Houston, Texas.
 

 438.  Daniel Gordon7 Julian (Glenn Marcenia6, Glenn Hyder5, Marsena Franklin4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 13 January 1958.  He married Penelope Shirley Wilson 10 May 1980.  She was born 06 June 1960.
 
Notes for Daniel Gordon Julian:
Dan is a manager of multiple stores for United Dairy Farmers in Cincinnati.
 
Notes for Penelope Shirley Wilson:
Penny is employed by Hamilton County to facilitate adoptions of older
children.
 
Children of Daniel Julian and Penelope Wilson are:
 692 i. Aimee Davina8 Julian, born 16 February 1984; Adopted child.
 
Notes for Aimee Davina Julian:
Aimee was adopted at age 9 from a foster home.
 
 693 ii. Eric Wayne Julian, born 15 January 1986; Adopted child.
 
Notes for Eric Wayne Julian:
Eric was adopted at age 12 from a foster home.
 

 440.  Gerald Paul7 Julian (Glenn Marcenia6, Glenn Hyder5, Marsena Franklin4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 03 November 1960.  He married (1) Martha Turner.    He married (2) Amy ?.    He married (3) Pamela Boyer Abt. 1980. 
 
Notes for Gerald Paul Julian:
Gerry married three times and is now single. He is a paramedic-firefighter
for the city of Dayton, OH and has a part-time job with a Columbus, OH
medical transport service.
 
Child of Gerald Julian and Martha Turner is:
 694 i. Matthew Isaac8 Julian, born 05 September 1990.
 

Child of Gerald Julian and Pamela Boyer is:
 695 i. Jeremy Paul8 Julian, born 16 September 1984.
 

Generation No. 8
 
 443.  William8 Archer (Sarah Gordon7 Wilson, Walter W.6, Sarah Caroline5 Henry, Sarah Ann4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)
 
Child of William Archer is:
 696 i. Harry Lee9 Archer II.
 

 444.  Robert Newton8 Hays (Wanda Wilson7 McDaris, Nella6 Wilson, Sarah Caroline5 Henry, Sarah Ann4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)  He married Elizabeth Ann Jennings. 
 
Children of Robert Hays and Elizabeth Jennings are:
 697 i. Terri Lynn9 Hays.
 698 ii. Timothy Lance Hays.
 

 445.  Joseph Charles8 Hays (Wanda Wilson7 McDaris, Nella6 Wilson, Sarah Caroline5 Henry, Sarah Ann4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)  He married Carole Neyman. 
 
Children of Joseph Hays and Carole Neyman are:
 699 i. Charles Eric9 Hays.
 700 ii. Christopher Scott Hays.
 

 446.  Linda Sue8 Hays (Wanda Wilson7 McDaris, Nella6 Wilson, Sarah Caroline5 Henry, Sarah Ann4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)  She married Jack Cunningham. 
 
Children of Linda Hays and Jack Cunningham are:
 701 i. Richard Jai9 Cunningham.
 702 ii. Jason Hays Cunningham.
 

 449.  David Pearson8 McLain,Jr. (David Pearson7, Oscar Lee6, David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 23 January 1936.  He married Matilda Bowles. 
 
Children of David McLain and Matilda Bowles are:
 703 i. Cathy9 McLain, born Abt. 1960.
 704 ii. David Pearson McLain III, born Abt. 1964.
 705 iii. John McLain, born Abt. 1965.
 

 450.  Garrison Bishop8 McLain (David Pearson7, Oscar Lee6, David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 17 January 1939.  He married Linda ?. 
 
Notes for Garrison Bishop McLain:
Minister
 
Children of Garrison McLain and Linda ? are:
 706 i. Angie9 McLain, born Abt. 1963.
 707 ii. Timmy McLain, born Abt. 1965.
 

 451.  Jane Ann8 Campbell (Dr. James McLain7, Lela May6 McLain, David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)  She married Gerald Cook. 
 
Child of Jane Campbell and Gerald Cook is:
 708 i. Jimmy9 Cook.
 

 452.  Clyde Ellen8 Davis (Ellen7 Campbell, Lela May6 McLain, David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 30 August 1938.  She married R. Daniel Culp 26 December 1958.  He was born 20 October 1936.
 
Children of Clyde Davis and R. Culp are:
 709 i. Constance Paige9 Culp, born 07 May 1961.
 710 ii. Kerri Ann Culp, born 30 July 1964.
 

 453.  Constance8 Davis (Ellen7 Campbell, Lela May6 McLain, David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 17 May 1945.  She married James L. England, Jr. 05 June 1962.  He was born 10 August 1943.
 
Children of Constance Davis and James England are:
 711 i. James L.9 England III, born 13 April 1963.
 712 ii. Jennifer Ellen England, born 26 January 1970.
 

 454.  Elizabeth Ann8 Davis (Ellen7 Campbell, Lela May6 McLain, David Garrison5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 09 July 1950.  She married Garrard Ramert Raines 30 July 1970. 
 
Child of Elizabeth Davis and Garrard Raines is:
 713 i. Cynthia Renne9 McLain, born 20 May 1971.
 

 461.  Barbara Jean8 McLain (Luther Elwood7, William D.6, Houston H.5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1) was born 30 April 1935.  She married Charles Kenneth Still 06 June 1953.  He was born 08 April 1932.
 
Children of Barbara McLain and Charles Still are:
 714 i. Charles Kenneth9 Still,Jr., born 21 August 1956.
 715 ii. Stephen Lee Still, born 10 October 1958.
 716 iii. Robin Elaine Still, born 09 January 1963.
 

 462.  Brenda8 Patrin (Sara Roberta7 McLain, Carl Henry6, Houston H.5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)  She married ? Singlemann. 
 
Children of Brenda Patrin and ? Singlemann are:
 717 i. Joe9 Singlemann.
 718 ii. Brian Singlemann.
 719 iii. Tim Singlemann.
 720 iv. Sarah Singlemann.
 721 v. Roberta Singlemann.
 

 469.  William Edwad8 Webb (Rowena7 McLain, Calvin E.6, Houston H.5, Rebecca Adaline4 Smith, David3, James2, William1)  He married Dorothy Eunice Kent 09 August 1959. 
 
Children of William Webb and Dorothy Kent are:
 722 i. Edwina Doreen9 Webb, born 03 August 1960.
 723 ii. Edna Dolores Webb, born 09 August 1961.
 

 492.  Wanda Lou8 Daughtery (Beatrice7 Hughes, Mary Elizabeth6 Hickman, Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1935.  She married Edwin Cross. 
 
Children of Wanda Daughtery and Edwin Cross are:
 724 i. Edwin9 Cross,Jr..
 725 ii. Sandra Faye Cross.
 726 iii. James Cross.
 

 494.  Mary Beth8 Sloan (Euna Bell7 Hughes, Mary Elizabeth6 Hickman, Frances Matilda5 Varner, Mary Elizabeth4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born Abt. 1936.  She married (1) Harvey Dodd.  He was born Abt. 1906, and died Abt. 1971.  She married (2) Ray Gravitt.  He was born Abt. 1931.
 
Children of Mary Sloan and Ray Gravitt are:
 727 i. Sylvia Rene9 Gravitt, born Abt. 1958.
 728 ii. Donna Lynn Gravitt, born Abt. 1963.
 729 iii. Nancy Elizabeth Gravitt, born Abt. 1967.
 

 532.  Jay William8 Julian (Billy Dee7, Walter DeWitt6, William Arms5, Isham B.4, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  He married Amy Miriam Camomile. 
 
Child of Jay Julian and Amy Camomile is:
 730 i. Zachary William9 Julian.
 

 533.  Kathy Cecilia8 Frazier (Marshall Francis7, Marshall Francis6, Winfred Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)132 was born 11 April 1955.  She married Benard Joseph Nipper 19 May 1972.  He was born 25 May 1951.
 
Children of Kathy Frazier and Benard Nipper are:
 731 i. Jason Scott9 Nipper, born 20 November 1973.
 732 ii. Amy Michelle Nipper, born 07 October 1977.  She married Clyde Timothy McGhee 07 January 2000.
 

 534.  Marshall Francis8 Frazier III (Marshall Francis7, Marshall Francis6, Winfred Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)133 was born 18 January 1961.  He married Patricia Faye McCroy 30 September 1989.  She was born 31 January 1964.
 
Notes for Marshall Francis Frazier III:
known as Mark
 
Children of Marshall Frazier and Patricia McCroy are:
 733 i. Lori Beth Zirkle9 Frazier, born 30 November 1981; Stepchild.
 734 ii. Kari Ann Frazier, born 29 April 1987; Stepchild.
 

 540.  Karen Louise8 Conner (Donna Ruth7 Frazier, Marshall Francis6, Winfred Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 05 August.  She married Tim Russell. 
 
Child of Karen Conner and Tim Russell is:
 735 i. Stephen9 Russell.
 

 544.  Emily Elizabeth8 Masker (Martha Irene7 Frazier, Marshall Francis6, Winfred Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)134 was born 24 June 1977 in Greeneville, Tennessee.  She married Scott David Whitaker 17 August 1997 in Asbury Meth. Church, Greeneville, Tennessee, son of Roy Whitaker and Majorie Gray.  He was born 21 March 1974 in Greeneville, Tennessee.
 
Child of Emily Masker and Scott Whitaker is:
 736 i. Chance Alexander9 Whitaker, born 26 August 1998 in Greeneville, Tennessee.
 

 551.  Gordon William8 Frazier (Alva William7, Alva Whittle6, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)135 was born 18 November 1954 in Florence, Alabama.  He married (1) Virginia Hodgins 09 August 1975 in Florence, Alabama, daughter of Jasper Hodgins and Catherine Yarbrough.  She was born 02 June 1956 in Decatur, Alabama.  He married (2) Sue Gilmore Bethune 22 July 1988 in Birmingham, Alabama, daughter of Ron Curl and Patsy Casey.  She was born 03 May 1961 in Birmingham, Alabama.
 
Children of Gordon Frazier and Virginia Hodgins are:
+ 737 i. Rachel Catherine9 Frazier, born 24 June 1980.
 738 ii. Wesley Clark Frazier, born 07 August 1984.
 

Children of Gordon Frazier and Sue Bethune are:
 739 i. Amber9 Bethune, born 26 September 1983 in Birmingham, Alabama; Stepchild.
 740 ii. Troy Bethune, born 26 October 1984 in Birmingham, Alabama; Stepchild.
 

 555.  James Andrew8 Johnson (Betty Jean7 Frazier, Alva Whittle6, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)136 was born 19 June 1964 in Melbourne, Florida.  He married (1) Susan ? Abt. February 1998 in Florida.    He married (2) Susan ? Abt. May 1999 in Melbourne, Fl.. 
 
Notes for James Andrew Johnson:
 

Jimmy is divorced.
 
Child of James Johnson and Susan ? is:
 741 i. Amanda Nicole9 Johnson, born Abt. February 2000.
 

 556.  Beth Ann8 Johnson (Betty Jean7 Frazier, Alva Whittle6, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)136 was born 06 November 1967 in Melbourne, Florida.  She married (1) Steve Kuca.    She married (2) Adam B. Abt. July 1998 in Florida. 
 
Child of Beth Johnson and Adam B. is:
 742 i. Child9 B., born Abt. 2000.
 

 557.  Amy Kirsten8 Anderson (Julia Anna7 Frazier, Murrell Julian6, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)137 was born 06 December 1969.  She married Daryl Irsik July 1993 in Kansas City, Missouri, son of Eugene Irsik and Sharon ?.  He was born 07 July 1970 in Wichita, Kansas.
 
Children of Amy Anderson and Daryl Irsik are:
 743 i. Ethan Michael9 Irsik, born 28 July 1998 in Mandeville, Louisana.
 744 ii. Eli Robert Irsik, born 14 April 2001 in Austell, Georgia.
 

 574.  Stephen Mark8 Hagewood (Donna Jean7 Freshour, Donna Jean6 Frazier, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)138 was born 20 July 1973 in Louisville, Kentucky.  He married Jennifer Lynne Russell139 23 August 1997 in Knox County, Tennessee, daughter of Jeffrey Russell and Kathryn Bryant.  She was born 01 March 1975 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
 
Notes for Stephen Mark Hagewood:
 
Stephen attended school first in Virginia.  When his parents became foreign missionaries, most of his schooling was at Carol Morgan School in the Dominican Republic from which he graduated in 1991.  He attended Carson Newman College l992-93.  He moved to Tennessee Technology  and graduated in May 1997. His major is computers.  He took a job in Fredricksburg, Virginia;
Where they moved in September 1997.

Notes for Jennifer Lynne Russell:
Jennifer graduated from Tennessee Technology University with a degree in early childhood development.  She worked in her field until the babies came.  She is now a full time mom.  She is a great mother.

Children of Stephen Hagewood and Jennifer Russell are:
 745 i. Shane Michael9 Hagewood140, born 28 June 2001 in King George County, Virginia.
 
  746 ii. Savannah Brooke Hagewood, born 10 December 2002 in Fredericksburg, Virginia (King George, Virginia).
 
Notes for Savannah Brooke Hagewood:
E-mail Birth announcement:
 
 Savannah Brooke Hagewood:
 *********************************
 - She was born at 3:11 p.m. on December 10, 2002.
 - She was 20.5 inches long weighing 7 pounds and 5 ounces.
 - She was born in Mary Washington Hospital of Fredericksburg, Virginia.
 - Baby and mother, both well, came home during evening of December 11.

 588.  Karen Lee8 Murray (Thomas Allan7, Frances Isabel6 Frazier, Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)141 was born 17 October 1966.  She married Dr. Joseph Carl Gretzula141 07 May 1994.  He was born 28 January 1957.
 
Children of Karen Murray and Dr. Gretzula are:
 747 i. Alexia Nicole9 Gretzula141, born 20 October 1997.
 748 ii. Joseph Tyler Gretzula141, born 14 March 2001 in Boynton Beach, Florida.
 

 611.  Lisa8 Seifert (Valerie7 Burdick, Martha Corinne6 Frazier, Carlos Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1)  She married Lauch Bennett. 
 
Children of Lisa Seifert and Lauch Bennett are:
 749 i. Lauch9 Bennett.
 750 ii. Lauren Bennett.
 

 661.  Tony Lee8 Dorsey (William Henry7 Carpenter, Martha Mabra6 Warren, Samme Julian5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 24 October 1959.  He married (2) Sharon Shepard Bales 17 June 1994.  She was born 18 June 1962.
 
Child of Tony Lee Dorsey is:
 751 i. Tony Lee Dorsey9 Ramsell, born 15 October 1980.
 

Child of Tony Dorsey and Sharon Bales is:
 752 i. Amanda Leigh9 Bales, born 23 September 1982.
 

 662.  William Henry "Bobo"8 Carpenter, Jr. (William Henry7, Martha Mabra6 Warren, Samme Julian5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 06 September 1962.  He married Tammy Belinda Carter Fields 17 October 1992.  She was born 08 May 1959.
 
Children of William Carpenter and Tammy Fields are:
 753 i. Guinton Randall9 Fields, born 07 October 1982.
 754 ii. Casey Andrew Fields, born 23 August 1985.
 

 663.  Kimberly Carmel8 Carpenter (William Henry7, Martha Mabra6 Warren, Samme Julian5 Hutsell, Susan Mabra4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 29 June 1964.  She married Jesse Vaughn, Jr. 23 July 1987. 
 
Child of Kimberly Carpenter and Jesse Vaughn is:
 755 i. Jessica Nichole9 Vaughn, born 01 February 1988.
 

 668.  Chrissie8 Williams (Carole7 Johnston, James Hunter6, James Harle5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 09 March 1964.  She married John Jackson.  He was born 28 February 1963.
 
Child of Chrissie Williams and John Jackson is:
 756 i. Alexander9 Jackson, born 25 January 1985.
 

 669.  Amanda Williams8 Williams (Carole7 Johnston, James Hunter6, James Harle5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 20 December 1968.  She married Houston Scudgins.  He was born 08 February 1968.
 
Children of Amanda Williams and Houston Scudgins are:
 757 i. Jessica9 Scudgins, born 06 December 1985.
 758 ii. Dexter Scudgins, born 02 February 1988.
 

 689.  James Daniel8 Garner (Judith Sears7 Johnston, Clifton Lowell6, Clifton Marcena5, Fanny Lossen Adelia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 12 December 1966 in Decatur, Alabama.  He married Rosemarie Ellison September 1989 in Hawaii.  She was born 01 March 1957 in England.
 
Children of James Garner and Rosemarie Ellison are:
 759 i. Daisy Danielle9 Garner, born 28 February 1990.
 760 ii. Zachery Kai Garner, born 29 December 1992.
 

Generation No. 9
 
 737.  Rachel Catherine9 Frazier (Gordon William8, Alva William7, Alva Whittle6, Alva Julian5, Frances Lutetia4 Julian, Mourning3 Smith, James2, William1) was born 24 June 1980.  She married Bradley Jones Abt. September 1998.  He was born Abt. 1975.
 
Child of Rachel Frazier and Bradley Jones is:
 761 i. Mary Catherine10 Jones, born 03 March 1999.
 
 
 
Endnotes
 
1.  Elizabeth Cate Manly, Ruth Frazier.
2.  Ruth Frazier, Jean Freshour.
3.  and Patrick Bowler, Elizabeth Cate Manly(Julian family historian)  "Leaves from the Family Tree",Kenneth Gray.
4.  "Leaves >From the Family Tree", Family tradition.
5.  Julian Bible.
6.  1850 census.
7.  "Leaves From the Family Tree", Family tradition.
8.  Family Tradition, Fort Hill Cemetary, Cleveland, Tennessee.
9.  , Jean Frazier Freshour.
10.  Frances Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour, Rachael Carr.
11.  Samme Templem,
12.  Samme Templem.
13.  Patricia Treadway.
14.  Pat Treadway.
15.  Glenn Julian.
16.  Kenneth Gray,  Alma McLain.
17.  Kenneth Gray, Elizabeth Cate Manly,1850 census,Tom Miller.
18.  Jean Frazier Freshour, Martha Masker.
19.  Ruth Frazier.
20.  Jean Frazier Freshour.
21.  Jean Frazier Freshour, Ft. Hill Cemetery.
22.  Jean Frazier Freshour, Old Gray Cemetery.
23.  Jean Frazier Freshour.
24.  Frances Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour, Rachael Carr.
25.  Rachael Carr.
26.  Frances Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour, Rachael Carr.
27.  Rachael Carr.
28.  Frances Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour, Rachael Carr.
29.  Samme Templem.
30.  Pat Treadway.
31.  Patricia Treadway.
32.  Glenn Julian.
33.  Alma McLain.
34.  Martha Masker, Jean Frazier Freshour, Ruth Frazier.
35.  Doris Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour.
36.  Jean Frazier Freshour, Richard Frazier, Doris Frazier.
37.  Jean Frazier Freshour.
38.  Irene Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour, Julie Anderson.
39.  Barb Frazier Heitert.
40.  Irene Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour.
41.  Leslie Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour.
42.  Jack and Vee Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour.
43.  Vee Frazier.
44.  Jean Frazier Freshour.
45.  Frances Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour, Rachael Carr.
46.  Shirley Hendrix.
47.  Frances Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour,  Tom Murray.
48.  Frances Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour, Rachael Carr.
49.  Tom Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour.
50.  Tom Murray.
51.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Freshour.
52.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Frehour.
53.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Freshour.
54.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Frehour.
55.  Corinne Burdick, Jean Frazier Freshour.
56.  Corinne Burdick.
57.  Tom Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour.
58.  Rebecca Peterson, Jean Frazier Freshour.
59.  Rebecca Frazier.
60.  Rebecca Peterson, Jean Frazier Freshour.
61.  Rebecca Peterson.
62.  Rebecca Peterson, Jean Frazier Freshour.
63.  Rebecca Peterson.
64.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Freshour.
65.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Frehour.
66.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Freshour.
67.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Frehour.
68.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Freshour.
69.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Frehour.
70.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Freshour.
71.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Frehour.
72.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Freshour.
73.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Frehour.
74.  Corrine Burdick, Jean Frazier Freshour.
75.  Corinne Burdick.
76.  Samme Templem.
77.  Pat Treadway.
78.  Glenn Julian.
79.  Doris W. Frazier, Marshall Frazier.
80.  Doris Frazier.
81.  Donna Ruth Conner.
82.  Martha Masker(sister).
83.  Martha Masker.
84.  Doris Frazier.
85.  Richard Frazier,ECM.
86.  Doris Frazier.
87.  Bill Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour.
88.  Bill Frazier.
89.  Bill Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour.
90.  Jean Frazier Freshour, Bill Frazier.
91.  Betty Johnson, Jean Frazier Freshour.
92.  Betty Johnson.
93.  Irene Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour, Julie Anderson.
94.  Irene Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour.
95.  Jean Frazier.
96.  David Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour, Jeannine Frazier.
97.  Leslie Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour.
98.  Leslie Frazier.
99.  Donna Wilson, Jean Frazier Freshour.
100.  Vee Frazier, Jean Freshour.
101.  Vee Frazier.
102.  Vee Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour.
103.  Jean Frazier Freshour.
104.  Donna Hagewood.
105.  Jean Frazier Freshour.
106.  Frances Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour, Rachael Carr.
107.  Shirley Hendrix, Jean Frazier Freshour.
108.  Shirley Hendrix.
109.  Tom Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour.
110.  Tom Murray.
111.  Tom Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour.
112.  Tom Murray.
113.  David Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour.
114.  Tom Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour.
115.  Tom Murray.
116.  Tom Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour.
117.  Tom Murray.
118.  Tom Murray, Jean Frazier Freshour.
119.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Freshour.
120.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Frehour.
121.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Freshour.
122.  Rebecca Peterson, Jean Frazier Freshour.
123.  Rebecca Peterson.
124.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Freshour.
125.  Mary Dee Beall, Jean Frazier Frehour.
126.  Corinne Burdick, Jean Frazier Freshour.
127.  Corinne Burdick.
128.  Corinne Burdick, Jean Frazier Freshour.
129.  Corinne Burdick.
130.  Corinne Burdick, Jean Frazier Freshour.
131.  Samme Templin.
132.  Doris Frazier.
133.  Jean Freshour, Jerry Danner.
134.  Martha Masker.
135.  Bill Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour.
136.  Betty Johnson.
137.  Irene Frazier, Jean Frazier Freshour, Julie Anderson.
138.  Jean Frazier Freshour.
139.  Jennifer Russell Hagewood.
140.  Jean Frazier Freshour.
141.  Tom Murray.