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101 John & Liza sold their twenty acres to George & Blyn Bryant. They had already moved to DeFuniak Springs at the time of this deed. Pettis, Liza Jane (I21)
 
102 John & Marge bought a new home at 1718 Parkcrest Drive, Alvin, Texas. The origianl price was $24,600. Cook, Hubert John (I2)
 
103 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3)
 
104 John & Marge bought their first home at 5435 41st Street in Lubbock. Cook, Hubert John (I2)
 
105 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3)
 
106 John Foulger served as a Private, first, in Flying Camp (McDowell's) Virginia Militia in Captain Gilkeson's Company of Riflemen from the 51 Regiment, in the county of Frederick, from 6 July 1813 to 28 September 1813. Then from 29 September 1813 to 10 January 1814, he served in Captain Gilkeson's Company of Infantry, detached from the 51 Regiment Virginia Militia and attached to the 4 Regiment, Virginia Militia. Folger, John (I1839)
 
107 John lived at 1317b 32nd Street and was a driver for Sante Fe Trail Cook, Hubert John (I2)
 
108 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3)
 
109 John served in Baty D, 46th Artillery, CAC Michael, John Arthur (I1736)
 
110 John Thomas Cook was the son of James C. Cook and Emily Harris. He is found listed as a son in the household of James & Emily Cook in the 1900 census and with his widowed mother in 1910. He lists them as his parents on his social security application and he is buried in the row of James C. Cook descendants at Pleasant Grove Cemetery.

John's birth year varies on the documents created in his lifetime. The information nearest John's birth indicates he was born 1893 or 1894. See narrative for details. 
Cook, John Thomas (I20)
 
111 John was a Mason in Lodge 437, Timpson, Texas. He was initiated an Entered Apprentice 17 October 1981, Passed the part of a Fellowcraft on 12 August 1982, and Raised to the Sublime Degree of Master Mason on 9 October 1982. He was elected Jr. Warden in 1990 & 1993, Sr. Warden in 1994 and Worshipful Master in 1995. He was again elected Jr. Warden in 2004 and Sr. Warden in 2005. Cook, Hubert John (I2)
 
112 John was at work and Minnie needed to tend to the cows, so she took Bud with her and left Dorthas Jane to watch Johnny.  It was winter and cold so she put Johnie on a palette in front of the fireplace.  He started to cry and Dorthas Jane started to fan him with a paper to get him to stop crying.  The paper caught fire and she ran outside to put it out.  The wind was blowing and the fire got her. Cook, Dorthas Jane (I112)
 
113 John's parents are listed on his birth certificate as well as his name being in the Family Bible. Cook, Hubert John (I2)
 
114 Johnie was inducted into the Army. He served as a Private in Co. A, 167th Infantry.
He was 5’ 8”, 148 lbs., brown hair and brown eyes, with two dependents. He had been working as a truck driver. He served in the New Guinea South Philippines. He left the U.S. on 13 March 1944 and arrived Asiatic-Pacific Theater of Operations (APTO) on 24 April 1944. He left APTO on 29 November 1945 and arrived U.S. 17 December 1945. He served 1 year, 2 months, 8 days Continental service and 1 year, 9 months, 5 days Foreign service. He was awarded:
·  Combat Infantry Badge, 17 September 1944
·  Bronze Arrowhead
·  Good Conduct Medal
·  Philippine Liberation Medal, awarded for service in the liberation of the Philippine Islands between 17 October 1944 and 3 September 1945.
·  APTO (Asiatic-Pacific Theater of Operations) Medal, awarded to those who served in the Asiatic-Pacific theater between 7 December 1941 and 2 March 1946. ATO (American Theater of Operations) Medal, awarded to those who served in the American Theater of Operations during the period from 7 December 1941 to 2 March 1946 or was awarded a combat decoration while in combat against the enemy.
·  World War II Victory Medal. [1]

He later joined the U.S. Air Force.

[1]Medals of America, retail catalog with images,(http://www.medalsofamerica.com : accessed 18 March 2017).

 
Cook, Johnie J.R. (I114)
 
115 Jordan enlisted in Co. A, 6th Regiment, Alabama Infantry on 8 March 1862. He was discharged on 21 June 1862 from near Richmond, Virginia, after loosing his eyesight completely. Gibson, Jordon (I568)
 
116 Joy Alonzo Abney served in the U.S. Army with the rank of Sergeant in Tank Co., 12th Infantry during World War II. He was awarded the Good Conduct Medal, Victory Medal, and Occupation Medal. Abney, Joy Alonzo (I963)
 
117 Ladema's maiden name has been transcribed by many as Awbler likely due to the writing of the clerk on the death register page. If her name is compared to other names on the page, it is clear that the clerk made his “m's” similar to a “w” but there is a slight difference. Ambler, Ladema Ann (I1958)
 
118 Lee served in the U.S. Marines during the Korean Conflict. Earwood, Archie Lee (I602)
 
119 Lessie's death certificate gives her birth date as 13 September 1912 which is likely wrong. Her parents were married in 1913 and the 1920 census shows her as 4 years and 1 month old, indicating a birth of about November or December 1915. Earwood, Lessie (I1539)
 
120 Likely died within a few years of the marriage as Mary Ann remarries in 1878. Stackhouse, John F. (I1857)
 
121 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1)
 
122 Lot 1664, Space 1, Garden of Restful Oaks White, Ruby Faye (I701)
 
123 Louisa died at her home six miles north of Chelsea of heart failure. Thompson, Louisa (I1091)
 
124 Lucy Irena was born not long after her mother's sister, Lucy Earwood Baughn, died. It is possible that she was named after her aunt Lucy. Abney, Lucy Irena (I970)
 
125 Luther and Fannie’s marriage record does not refer to her as “Mrs.” but the 1910 census lists them both as on second marriages. This is confirmed on Fannie’s death certificate that lists her father as Tom Hicks. On 7 march 1933, she applied for a Confederate Pension where she states she is the widow of William Cottrell Brown who died 30 June 1891, Banks County, Georgia. They were married, 22 December 1878, Banks County. She had been a resident of Texas since 5 November 1903, and was born 19 August 1860.[1]

[1] “Alabama, Texas and Virginia, Confederate Pensions, 1884–1958,” database with images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 23 July 2017); Mrs. Fannie Welch, application no. 51155, Grayson County. 
Hicks, Fannie (I1298)
 
126 Mariah F. Cook was the widow of John J. Cook who died about 1857. Family F704
 
127 Marion gave his birth place as Monroe County, Ohio on his marriage license. Census records throughout his life corroborate it. His death certificate says he was born in West Virginia. Clutter, Marion N. (I1898)
 
128 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3)
 
129 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1)
 
130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1)
 
131 Millard lists his birthplace as Del Rio, Texas on his marriage application. He does not appear on the Texas birth indexes. He listed Oklahoma on his World War II Draft Registration card which matches his family's residence earlier that year on the 1910 census. Linderman, Millard Cecil (I1574)
 
132 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F63
 
133 Monroe County, Ohio had courthouse fires in 1840 and 1867 destroying many records. Marriages are extant from 1867. Family F603
 
134 Nancy's obituary, published on 18 August 1902, says she died on “Sunday,” which would have been 17 August. Her son, George, and administrator, R.V. Fields, both gave her death date as 15 August 1902 in several places in the probate file, beginning in September 1902. Haines, Nancy (I1741)
 
135 No marriage record found. Her maiden name is given on the death certificates of four of her children. See:
James E. Haines, Eliza Jane Haines, Jacob Walker Haines, and George Middleton Haines 
Family F679
 
136 No marriage record has been found. Four of her children's death certificates list her maiden name. See Alexander, Martha J., Rosa Bell, and Effa Louisa Folger. Family F654
 
137 Noland served in the U.S. Air Force. Earwood, Noland Gee (I841)
 
138 Only lived a few days. Wright, William Harvey (I452)
 
139 Only lived five years. Hale, Eva Leona (I1222)
 
140 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1721)
 
141 Pellagra is a vitamin deficiency caused by a chronic lack of niacin. Cook, Mattie Lee (I505)
 
142 Pleasy served in the U.S. Army as a Corporal, 365th Airdrome Squadron. Cook, Pleasy E. (I169)
 
143 Ralph served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He is found on muster rolls of the USS General M.L. Hersey (AP148) and USS Borie (DD704) with the rank of CPhM, Chief Pharmacist’s Mate. Waters, Ralph (I1124)
 
144 Ray served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean Conflict. Earwood, Morris Ray (I67)
 
145 Robert's birth year fluctuates between 1853–1856 on the census records in his lifetime. Since his birthday is in January, it was before the census was taken. He likely was born in 1854 or 1855. His brother, George W., was born May 1856 making it impossible for Robert to have been born in January 1856. Folger, Robert J. (I1819)
 
146 Roy served in the U.S. Army as a truck driver in the 140th Quartermaster Truck Company with the rank of Technician 5th Grade. He was awarded the Good Conduct Medal, American Defense Service Medal, American Campaign Medal, and Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal. His overseas service was 10 September 1944 to 17 October 1945. Cook, Roy Coy (I151)
 
147 Sarah Allen was the daughter of J.M. & Elizabeth Allen.[1] Her sister, Emily C., married Wesley's son, John W. Welch, 25 January 1866.

[1] 1850 U.S. census, Crawford County, Georgia, population schedule, Div. 20, p. 401B, family 298, J.M. Allen, digital image, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 24 July 2017); citing NARA microfilm M432, roll 67. 1860 U.S. census, Spalding County, Georgia, population schedule, Africa, p. 237, family 548, John W. Allen, digital image, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 24 July 2017); citing NARA microfilm M653, roll 136. 
Family F454
 
148 Sarah is listed in the 1900 census as the mother of ten children with eight living. Martin and Carry are listed in the 1880 census as 5 and 4 years olds but not in the the family in the 1885 Florida state census. They are likely the two children who died. Henderson, Carry (I434)
 
149 Sarah's death certificate gives her birth month and day but the year is listed as 1880. She was 2 years old in 1880 and her twin siblings were born that year so she was most likely born in 1878. Earwood, Sarah E. (I1527)
 
150 Sarah's father, George Thomas Sissom, purchased land in 1876, Coffee County, Tennesse, so it is likely she was born there. Sissom, Nancy (I611)
 

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