The Ancestors and Cousins of Tracy Lynn DeVault

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George W. Still1

M, #11351
Pedigree Link

Family: Anna Hahn or Hawn

SonMathew Simpson Still+ (b. 15 February 1842, d. 6 August 1886)

BASIC FACTS

George W. Still had reference number 11619.

Citations

  1. [S7440] Genealogy prepared by windowsetc (Ancestry.com)

Sandra "Sandy" Skaggs1

F, #11354
Pedigree Link

Citations

  1. [S7034] Genealogy prepared by Sandra "Sandy" (Skaggs) Mackley (email address)

Edward Mackley1

M, #11355
Pedigree Link

Citations

  1. [S7034] Genealogy prepared by Sandra "Sandy" (Skaggs) Mackley (email address)

Mary Davault1,2,3

F, #11356, b. 27 July 1846, d. 11 October 1860

Parents

FatherSamuel Davault (b. 23 July 1813, d. between 1860 and 1870)
MotherSalina Galloway (b. about 1822, d. after 1880)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Mary Davault was born on 27 July 1846 in Tennessee.2,4 She died on 11 October 1860, at age 14, in Macoupin County, Illinois.4 She was buried in Range Cemetery, South Palmyra, Macoupin Co., Illinois.4
Mary Davault had reference number 11624. She was enumerated on the census in Washington County, Tennessee (1850); Macoupin County, Illinois (1860.)

GRAVE MARKER

MARY,
Dau of
S & S
DEVALD
DIED
OCT. 11, 1860
AGED 14ys 2ms 14ds.

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S58] 1850 Census, Tennessee, Washington County
  3. [S71] 1860 Census, Illinois, Macoupin County
  4. [S7985] Grave Marker - Mary Davault/Devald,, Range Cemetery, South Palmyra, Macoupin Co., Illinois

Jacob Wesley Davault1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

M, #11357, b. 11 October 1850, d. 19 April 1932

Parents

FatherSamuel Davault (b. 23 July 1813, d. between 1860 and 1870)
MotherSalina Galloway (b. about 1822, d. after 1880)
Pedigree Link

Family: Rebecca Frances "Francis" Helmick (b. 16 July 1855, d. 1 October 1930)

SonBoy Davault (b. 1880, d. before 1900)
SonJacob Wesley "Wesley" Davault, Jr.+ (b. 3 November 1881, d. 4 July 1962)
DaughterAda Belle Davault+ (b. 1 October 1887, d. 1938)

BASIC FACTS

Jacob Wesley Davault was born on 11 October 1850 in Tennessee.2,10 He and Rebecca Frances "Francis" Helmick were married on 10 November 1875 in Macoupin Co., Illinois.11 He died on 17 April 1932, at age 81.10 He died on 19 April 1932, at age 81, in Douglas Co., Kansas.12 He was buried in Vinland Cemetery, Vinland, Douglas Co., Kansas.12
Jacob Wesley Davault had reference number 11625. He was enumerated on the census in Washington County, Tennessee (1850); Macoupin County, Illinois (1860 - 1880); Douglas County, Kansas (1895, 1900, 1905, 1915 - 1930.) He was a Farmer - general farming (1880, 1900, 1910.)5,8,9

GRAVE MARKER

DAVAULT
FRANCIS JACOB
JULY 16, 1855 OCT. 11, 1850
OCT. 1, 1930 APR. 19, 1932.

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S58] 1850 Census, Tennessee, Washington County
  3. [S71] 1860 Census, Illinois, Macoupin County
  4. [S142] 1870 Census, Illinois, Macoupin County
  5. [S840] 1910 Census, Kansas, Douglas County
  6. [S1695] 1930 Census, Kansas, Douglas County
  7. [S1227] 1920 Census, Kansas, Douglas County
  8. [S507] 1900 Census, Kansas, Douglas County
  9. [S244] 1880 Census, Illinois, Macoupin County
  10. [S8339] I.G.I. Version 5.0
  11. [S8713] Marriage Records - Illinois "Illinois State Wide Marriage Index 1763 -1900" (Internet)
  12. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book

John Jacob DeVault1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

M, #11358, b. 14 November 1864, d. 11 November 1939

Parents

FatherGeorge Henry "Henry" DeVault (b. 1 January 1812, d. 31 March 1889)
MotherEmily Seraphina Berry (b. 30 April 1824, d. 25 March 1910)
Pedigree Link

Family: Annie Dorothea Wilhelmine "Minnie" Gaedecke (b. 20 April 1876, d. 6 February 1967)

DaughterDorathe Rose DeVault+ (b. 12 November 1893, d. 28 April 1947)
DaughterChild #2 DeVault (b. between 1900 and 1910, d. between 1900 and 1910)
ChildChild #3 DeVault (b. between 1900 and 1910, d. between 1900 and 1910)
DaughterAilleen Odythe "Lee" DeVault+ (b. 27 October 1908, d. 24 February 1969)
DaughterNaida C. DeVault+ (b. 8 March 1915, d. 13 April 1965)
SonBoy DeVault (b. 8 March 1915, d. 8 March 1915)

BASIC FACTS

John Jacob DeVault was born in November 1861 in Tennessee.7 He was born about 1863 in Tennessee.3 He was born on 14 November 1864 in Tennessee.9 He and Annie Dorothea Wilhelmine "Minnie" Gaedecke were married on 22 May 1900 in Seattle, King Co., Washington. He died on 11 November 1939, at age 74, in Maple Valley, King Co., Washington.9
John Jacob DeVault had reference number 11626. He resided in Seattle, King Co., Washington (May 1888, 1891, 1904); Lake City, King County, Washington, Maple Valley, King Co., Washington.10,2,11,12,9 He was enumerated on the census in Washington County, Virginia (1870, 1880); King County, Washington (1900 - 1930.) He was a Chainman (1891); Merchant (1900); city inspector for bridges (1910); engineer - civil (1920); surveyor - state (1930); inspector - state highway department (1933.)5,6,7,12,9

Newland reported that John moved to Washington, never married and died there. The family history written by David Sullins DeVault, John's nephew, said he married and had children. John's marriage and family are confirmed by census records.
David Sullins DeVault, in his genealogy, reported that, "John joined the rush of prospectors to the Klondyke where he found gold. When his vein petered out he returned to Seattle, Wash. and ran a tobacco and candy store."

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Seattle Daily Times (Seattle, Washington); Sunday, April 17, 1904; Page: 16; (GenealogyBank.com)

Improved Order of Red Men
Chief Seattle Tribe No. 25, Improved Order of Red Men, held an interesting meeting in its new home in the Masonic Hall, 2320 First Avenue, last Tuesday night. Sachem W. S. Pulver wielded the tomahawk and all the elective and appointed chiefs were present.
The investigation committee reported favorably upon the following palefaces: C. H. Tholstrup Jr., F. B. Weistling. J. J. DeVault, David J. Noonan, Hubert Harding, Eugene Riley, J. W. Burnett and Clarence H. Bailey and they were elected to membership.
J. J. DeVault, Hubert Harding and J. W. Burnett were instructed in the mysteries of the adoption degree by the degree team in an able and impressive manner. ........................

OBITUARY - Seattle Daily Times (Seattle, Washington); Sunday, November 12, 1939; Page: 30; (GenealogyBank.com):

JOHN DeVAULT
John DeVault, former civil engineer for the City of Seattle, King County and Washington State and an inspector of the Aurora Bridge during construction, died at his home in Maple Valley yesterday at the age of 86 (sic) years. Mr. DeVault was born in Tennessee and came to Seattle in 1889.
Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Mrs. Minnie DeVault and three daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Goldsmith, Mrs. Aileen Hill and Mrs. Naida Cain, all of Seattle.
Mr. Davault was a member of Seattle Aerie No. 1, Fraternal Order of Eagles.
Funeral arrangements are being made by the Stokes Mortuary, Renton.

OBITUARY - Seattle Daily Times (Seattle, Washington); Monday, November 13, 1939; Page: 16; (GenealogyBank.com):

JOHN DEVAULT FUNERAL
Funeral services for John De Vault, 56 (sic) years old, former city, county and state engineer and an inspector of the Aurora Bridge when it was under construction, will be held at 4 o'clock tomorrow at Stokes Mortuary, Renton. Mr. DeVault, who came to Seattle in 1889, died Saturday at his home in Maple Valley. He was born in Tennessee.


Washington State Death Certificates show twin boys born to John and Minnie Devault died on March 8, 1915. The twins lived just one day.

Name: Twin Infant Devault; Death date: 08 Mar 1915; Death place: Seattle, King, Washington; Gender: Male; Race or color (on document):; Age at death: 1 day; Estimated birth year: 1915; Father name: J. J. Devault; Mother name: Minnie Geadicke; Film number: 1992325; Digital GS number: 4221440; Image number: 1573; Reference number: 560; Collection: Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960

Note: It seems to me that this date should be 1913.

Citations

  1. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S212] 1870 Census, Virginia, Washington County
  4. [S369] 1880 Census, Virginia, Washington County
  5. [S1056] 1910 Census, Washington, King County
  6. [S1478] 1920 Census, Washington, King County
  7. [S693] 1900 Census, Washington, King County
  8. [S1981] 1930 Census, Washington, King County
  9. [S5346] Genealogy prepared by Cathy (Crabtree) Cook (John Jacob DeVault File)
  10. [S5817] Genealogy prepared by Franklin Hunt Broyles
  11. [S5553] Genealogy prepared by David Sullins DeVault (see photo album images)
  12. [S12063] U.S. City Directories, 1821 - 1989 (Ancestry.com)

Mary Elfrida DeVault1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

F, #11359, b. March 1861, d. 27 November 1924

Parents

FatherGeorge Henry "Henry" DeVault (b. 1 January 1812, d. 31 March 1889)
MotherEmily Seraphina Berry (b. 30 April 1824, d. 25 March 1910)
Pedigree Link

Family: Everett Stuart Kendrick (b. 20 September 1856, d. after 1924)

DaughterEula Lee Kendrick+ (b. 13 March 1888, d. 20 October 1959)
SonEverett Stuart Kendrick, Jr. (b. 1890, d. before 1900)
DaughterSeraphina Elizabeth Kendrick+ (b. 20 June 1893, d. 25 December 1977)
SonWilliam Tucker Kendrick (b. before 1900, d. before 1900)

BASIC FACTS

Mary Elfrida DeVault was born in Bristol, Washington Co., Virginia.1 She was born in March 1861 in Elizabethton, Carter Co., Tennessee.3,9,7 She and Everett Stuart Kendrick were married on 25 January 1887.8 She died on 27 November 1924, at age 63, in Bristol, Washington Co., Virginia.10,11 She was buried in Bristol, Washington Co., Virginia.11
Mary Elfrida DeVault was also known as Julia Mary "Mary" DeVault.12,13 She had reference number 11627. She was enumerated on the census in Washington County, Virginia (1870, 1880); Bristol City County, Virginia (1900 - 1920.)

Note from David Sullins DeVault

After the death of Mary's husband in New York she moved back to Bristol and lived on James Street. The Kendrick house was next door to my father's house on James Street.

WEDDING RECEPTION - The Comet; Johnson City, Tennessee; September 30, 1909, Image 12 (Website: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov)

WEDDING RECEPTION AT AUSTIN SPRINGS
Mrs. William DeVault gave a most elegant and charming reception at her beautiful home on the Watauga on Thursday afternoon in honor of her son's bride, Mrs. A. Beverly DeVault. The hours were from three to four and from five to seven.
The guests were welcomed in the hall by Mrs. E. S. Kendrick, in a toilette of black lace over taffeta, and Miss Ella McNeil, who wore a dainty white lingerie with trimmings of baby Irish lace.
In the receiving line were Mrs. William V. DeVault, Mrs. A. Beverly DeVault, Mr. James Newby, a brother of the bride, and Mrs. Hugh Hill.
Mrs. William DeVault wore a gown of green messaline with trimmings of old rose and cream lace.
Mrs. Beverly DeVault wore her bridal gown of handsome white satin, hand-embroidered with pearl and diamond ornaments, and Mrs. Hugh Hill appeared in black spangled net.
The parlor, library and hall were decorated in golden rod, the color scheme being yellow and white, artistically entwined from the chandelier in the dining-room to the four corners of the table, was soft, white tulle, on which were innumerable small yellow hearts suspended from white ribbons. On the center of the table resting on an exquisite lace center-piece, was a bowl of bride's roses. Mrs. A. J. Tyler, who served in the dining-room, wore a black net dress over satin and was assisted by Misses Clara Reeves, Lois Reeves and Claude DeVault, who wore dresses of yellow crepe de chine with white and gold lace.
Miss Eula Lee Kendrick, in a costume of green messaline, ushered the guests into the dining-room and from there to the library, where coffee and hot chocolate were served by Mrs. Samuel Browder and Mrs. E. A. Long. Out in the spacious circle of the wide veranda, Mrs. James Martin and Mrs. Robert DeVault served grape punch from a bowl decorated with bunches of purple grapes and green foliage.
A charming little rustic picture was given out on the lawn under the spreading oaks. A table, from which was served luscious watermelons and sweet cider, was presided over by Mr. William DeVault, Judge A. J. Tyler, Capt. A. S. McNeil and Dr. F. B. Hannah.

Note: Some of the people mentioned in the article are:
Mrs. William DeVault: Barbara E. (Higginbotham) DeVault (1861 - 1932), daughter of Reese Bowen Higginbotham and Louise Jame Emmons. At the time of this reception, Barbara was second wife of William Valentine DeVault. She would later marry William's cousin, George Valentine DeVault.
Mrs. A. Beverly DeVault: Amelia Elizabeth (Newby) DeVault (1887 - 1973), daughter of Cyrus Newby and Anna Catherine "Kitty" Herron. Amelia had just married Albert Beverly "Beverly" DeVault,
Mrs. E. S. Kendrick: Mary Elfrida (DeVault) Kendrick (1861 - 19??), daughter of George Henry "Henry" DeVault and Emily Seraphina Berry. Mary was the wife of Everett Stuart Kendrick.
Miss Clara Reeves: Clara Boring Reeves (1884 - 1968), daughter of George Alexander "Fred" Reeves and Addie May Boring. Clara would later marry Horace Bishop Stevens.
Miss Lois Reeves: Mary Lois "Lois" Reeves (1886 - 1911), daughter of Isaac Edward Reeves and Mary Malinda Dosser. Lois never married. She died just over two years after this reception was given.
Miss Claude DeVault: Claude DeVault (1886 - 1966), daughter of James Miller DeVault and Addie Belle Hickman. Claude would later marry John Lee Hughlett.
Miss Eula Lee Kendrick: Eula Lee Kendrick (1888 - 1959), daughter of Everett Stuart Kendrick and Mary Elfrida DeVault. Eula would later marry Conley Earl "Earl" Ball.
Mrs. Samuel Browder: Elizabeth Miller "Bettie" (Paterson) Browder (1875 - 1925), daughter of Newton Alexander Patterson and Mary Susan "Sue" Reeves. Bettie was married to Samuel Lonzo Browder.
Mrs. Robert DeVault: Osceola (Walton) DeVault (1883 - 1928), daughter of Elijah Powell Walton and Arrispa Gaines Jewell. Osceola was married to Robert Drew DeVault.
Mr. William DeVault: William Valentine DeVault (1846 - 1916), son of Jacob DeVault and Elizabeth Jane Clark.
Dr. F. B. Hannah: Ferrell Bratcher Hannah, Jr. (1876 - 1932), son of Andrew Johnson Hannah and India Annie O'Brian. Ferrell was a relative of the DeVaults through the Hannah family. He knew George Valentine DeVault. Both lived in Umatilla, Lake County, Florida. In census records and many genealogies, Ferrell is shown as the son of Andrew and India Hannah. Ferrell Bratcher Hannah, Sr. was Andrew Hannah's brother. It appears that he was not the father of Ferrell Bratcher Hannah, Jr. Both Ferrell Bratcher Hannahs were dentists.

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S6501] Genealogy prepared by Maggie Oliver (email address)
  3. [S1467] 1920 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  4. [S212] 1870 Census, Virginia, Washington County
  5. [S369] 1880 Census, Virginia, Washington County
  6. [S1042] 1910 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  7. [S686] 1900 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  8. [S5553] Genealogy prepared by David Sullins DeVault (see photo album images)
  9. [S3139] DAR Application - Mary (DeVault) Kendrick (DAR Number 80200)
  10. [S5817] Genealogy prepared by Franklin Hunt Broyles
  11. [S3592] Death Certificate - Mary Elfirda (DeVault) Kendrick
  12. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  13. [S5510] Genealogy prepared by Dan DeVault, Source Medium: Book

Milton Tucker DeVault1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

M, #11360, b. 2 April 1849, d. 24 June 1922

Parents

FatherGeorge Henry "Henry" DeVault (b. 1 January 1812, d. 31 March 1889)
MotherEmily Seraphina Berry (b. 30 April 1824, d. 25 March 1910)
Pedigree Link

Family: Timmie Eugenia Cardwell (b. 22 December 1853, d. 3 July 1918)

DaughterPearl Hazel DeVault (b. 22 April 1875, d. 23 June 1876)
SonDavid Sullins DeVault+ (b. 19 December 1876, d. 7 July 1963)
SonClyde Lee DeVault (b. 9 October 1880, d. 28 April 1918)
SonHenry Shryock DeVault (b. 23 September 1882, d. 29 November 1927)
DaughterEmily Kathleen DeVault+ (b. 25 November 1888, d. 14 April 1963)

BASIC FACTS

Milton Tucker DeVault was born on 2 April 1849 in Elizabethton, Carter Co., Tennessee.2 He and Timmie Eugenia Cardwell were married on 28 May 1874 in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.9,10 He died on 22 June 1922, at age 73, in Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois.10 He died on 24 June 1922, at age 73, in On a train near Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois.11 He died on 22 June 1932, at age 83, in Chicago, Cook Co. Illinois.9,12 He was buried in East Hill Cemetery, Bristol, Sullivan Co., Tennessee.13
Milton Tucker DeVault had reference number 11628. He was enumerated on the census in Carter County, Tennessee (1850, 1860); Washington County, Virginia (1880); Baltimore County, Maryland (1900); New York County, New York (1910); Knox County, Tennessee (1920.) He was a Commercial agent (1880); manufacturing loans (1900); secretary - railroad company (1910); secretary in treasurer - mining and railroad company (1920.)5,6,7,8,8 Died on the way home from China where he had been to attend the marriage of his daughter, Emily.2

REMARKS BY NOBLE M.T. DE VAULT
AT THE MEETING OF THE NOMAD OASIS ON
MAY 9TH. 1922, AT SHANGHAI, CHINA
AT THE FAREWELL RECEPTION
TENDERED HIM ON THE EVE OF HIS
DEPARTURE FOR THE U. S.

NOBLE PRESIDENT FOWLER AND
SIR NOBLES OF NOMAD OASIS OF SHANGHAI:
A day or two ago I received a notice that the regular monthly meeting of Nomad Oasis would be held this evening May 9th. 1922, at the Union Club rooms, and in addition a farewell entertainment would be tendered to myself as the youngest or baby Noble of this Oasis. It being on the eve of my departure for homeside in the southland of the U.S.A.
Nobles, I would be recreant to all that is good in human nature if I did not try, however feeble and inadequate my efforts may be, to let you know what a wonderful gracious thing you have done unto me. My heart is overflowing with grateful thanks for the courteous kindness you have extended to me. It is like the dews of Heaven that settled on Aaron and ran down his beard even to the skirts of his garment.
I was told by the Chairman of your entertainment committee, Noble Lee C. Solomon, that I would be expected to make a little talk, and that I should have liberty of thought and freedom of speech. And now if you will bear with me a moment, I would like to tell you where I was born and spent my early boyhood days, but in doing so I quote a little from another who has long since passed over.
A little over seventy-three years ago I was born in upper East Tennessee in Happy Valley on the Watauga River, which in the Indian tongue means beautiful river – and beautiful river it is.
I sported on its banks in sunny childhood and looking down into its crystal waters have seen the heavens reflecting as in a mirror, the moon and stars, and the great Milky Way. Looking across the valley I could see the mountain ranges, the Smokeys and the great Roane rearing their heavy heads amongst the clouds, and on whose summit the storm king delights to rest. I have seen him arouse as from slumber, shake himself and let loose the rumbling thunders, and have seen the lightning flash swifter then as eagle’s flight along the mountain side.
And again at day dawn I have seen the sun come forth over the mountain top and shed its light and warmth over the hills and valleys, bringing joy and gladness, love and hope to the people.
Amid these surroundings I spent my boyhood days, until the great Civil War broke over our fair land bringing its train of evil and bloodshed, arraying neighbor against neighbor, and brother against brother.
It was during the strife and horrors of this war that I caught my first glimpse, as a boy, of Masonry.
One day I was caught and became an unwilling witness at close quarters, of a battle between two opposing companies. I saw men shot down and heard their screams of agony above the roar of guns; I saw a soldier shot from his horse, wounded unto death; I saw him crawl across the road and try to pull himself up by the panels of a fence.
I heard him in his agony speaking strange words, and saw him make peculiar signs, and to my astonishment saw a white-headed man come out of a nearby house, run to the wounded soldier, and cover him with his old body, right in the midst of this awful strife, and at the imminent risk of his own life. Stranger still, the dying soldier wore the gray, and the old man who went to his relief was a Union man and in sympathy with the other side – I knew him as a neighbor. When the battle passed on and I was able to get back to my home, I told my father of the occurrence and asked him why Mr. Bradley would do such a wonderful deed. My father, with tears in his eyes, said, “My son, they were Masons.
Then and there I determined to become a Mason – do you wonder?
Masonry is a living thing comparable to a great, good man having eyes, ears, feet, hands, and above all a great heart.
Eyes to see the sign of distress; ears to hear the cry for help; feet to run swiftly to the relief of those in trouble; hands to sooth the fevered brow and relieve agony and distress; and a heart, a great throbbing heart, to feel for those who suffer, weep with the sorrowful, and rejoice with the happy.
That is the mission of masonry on this earth; it knows no religious creed except the brotherhood of man, and love which is charity.
Brothers, when you go out and mingle with the world, amidst its concerns and employments, forget not the tenants you have heard so often inculcated within the sacred precincts of the lodge. Remember that every human being has a claim on your kind office. Do good unto all, more especially to the household of the faithful.
Wherever you may go on this earth, North, South, East or West, around and across even to the farthest corners thereof, there a mason may be found, and as unbounded should a mason’s charity be.
Now sir Nobles, I have exercised liberty of speech, and have rambled around, nevertheless, I want you to know and believe that my heart is filled to overflowing with love for each and all of you. And now sirs, let me enjoin upon you in parting to keep ever in mind the insignia of your membership in the Mystic Shrine and what it stands for. Live up to it and so order your lives and conduct that when the Great Artificer of the Universe shall call you from the terrestrial lodge to the celestial shrine above, it may be said to you at the entrance, “You have been examined and found worthy – Enter, and don’t forget your Fez.”
I have done, and now turn you loose. Enjoy yourselves.

REMEMBERING MILTON TUCKER DeVAULT

Milton Tucker DeVault, sailed from Seattle, Washington, after a visit of several days with his brother John J. DeVault, on the 16th day of September for Shanghai, China, and arrived there October 11, 1921, and after visiting his son Henry S. and daughter Emily, who are residents of Shanghai, for seven months, he sailed from Shanghai, on the 11th day of May 1922, after a very pleasant voyage of many days just before reaching San Francisco, Cal. on June 2nd he was taken seriously ill of heart trouble and when he landed June 4th had to be removed to the Mount Zion Hospital at No. 2200 Post Street, San Francisco, where he was met by his brother John J. DeVault, of Seattle, Washington, and much surprised to find him ill, as he had anticipated much pleasure from the meeting, but gave him every attention possible, and was with him for some days and it was thought he was improving and on the 12th day of June he returned to his home in Seattle. Wash. believing his brother would recover, and as D. Sullins DeVault, of Syracuse, N.Y. had arrived and was at the bedside of his father, giving every attention to his wants and needs, after a consultation with his Doctors it was thought best to remove him to his home in Syracuse, N.Y.
On the 21st day of June, 1922, the father, son and Nurse began the journey in a very comfortable Pulman Car and receiving the very best attention and seeming to be doing well, but when near Chicago, Ill. at about 3 o’clock A.M. Saturday June 24th he passed away.
At Chicago, his remains, in company of his son Sullins, began the long journey for Bristol, Virginia, where they arrived Monday June 26th at 1:20 P.M. and was taken to the home of Mr. & Mrs. E. S. Kendrick, his sister, 127 Solar Street, Bristol, Virginia, where his remains were viewed by a great many of his former associates and friends. The funeral service was conducted Tuesday June 27th at State Street M. E. Church South, at 11 o’clock A.M. where he was formerly a member and for a number of years a member of the official board, Dr. J. Watson, and Dr. D. S. Hearon, officiating.
Dr. Hearon referred to the fact that he had known Mr. DeVault, for a number of years and that when he came to Bristol, (then Goodson,) Virginia, and later married and then occupied a brick dwelling on James Street, just opposite the home of Mr. DeVault, where the two families became the very best of friends, and that one evening Mrs. Hearon said she heard someone singing and she went to the door and listening for a short time said she recognized the voice of Robert L. Taylor, the later was Congressman, Governor, and later United States Senator of Tennessee, and that he and Mrs. Hearon went over to Mr. DeVault’s home and heard Mr. Taylor sing a number of songs and among them “Grandfather’s Clock.” Said he knew him as a member of State Street Church, as a member of the Board of Stewards also as a Trustee of Sullins College and that he performed the duties of these positions in an intelligent and satisfactory manner, giving freely of his time and means for the promotion of the best interest of his Church, City and State, and continued his interest in these enterprises, as shown by his always being connected with his church after leaving Bristol and the impression he made upon those he came in contact by being made on the Official Board in every church where he was connected, and he paid a high tribute to his life and character.
Doctor N. M. Watson, read from a letter written to his sister Mrs. E. S. Kendrick, dated January 29th 1920, “We, that is Father, Mother, I, you and John left Elizabethton, Tennessee about 2 o’clock on the morning of October 3rd 1865 with all of our worldly goods in two covered wagons and landed in Goodson, (now Bristol, Va.) about 2 o’clock that afternoon and by night had bought the Isaac Nickels house, (Blanch Nickels father.) on Main Street, (now State Street) the next door west of the old brick house we afterwards swapped for with old Mr. Ayelett, and which was our home until Ma went to live with you and you now own. It was probably a year after reaching Bristol that I became a member of the M. E. Church South the church being located on Lee Street just North of what is now the Virginia & Southwestern Railway and before I was married and made a steward in the church, (I married in May 1874) and was a steward from that time until I left Bristol for Baltimore, Md. in 1899. I and all of my family joined the Madison Avenue M. E. Church, South, Baltimore, Md. and I was soon elected a member of the official board of that church.
My transfer is now in progress to join Church Street M. E. Church South here in Knoxville, Tennessee.
To the best of my recollection my wife as Timmie E. Cardwell, joined the old church on Lee Street in 1873.
Our children were born, baptized and raised in the Bristol Church and three of the family were buried there all lying now in East Hill Cemetery, Hazel the first born, then Clyde, then my wife, this leaves Myself, Sullins, Henry and Emily, Sullins here with me, Henry and Emily in Shanghai, China.
I get very sad sometimes and miss the loved ones, but keep a cheerful exterior, and no matter what other or others may say – I am clear and sure that “I have kept the faith” “I have fought a good fight” and I have no fear.”
His remains were then conveyed to East Hill Cemetery and laid to rest in the family plot by loving hands to await the resurrection day.

Active pall bearers were Judge Joseph L. Kelly, Charles J. Harkrader, H. G. Lavinder, R. M. Crumley, Frank Miller, and A. B. Whiteaker; honorary pall bearers; Maj. A. D. Reynolds, Maj. W. G. Sheen, J. N. Huntsman, E. W. King, C. L. Sevier, Judge H. H. Haynes, Judge C. J. St. John, W. H. Fillinger, J. M. Barker, Sam L. King, and John H. Caldwell;
Flower bearers, Joe Pilo, H. E. Graves, W. L. Morely, Anson King, H. G. Peters, J. D. Taylor, George H. Davis, J. B. Lyon, A. F. Pepper, Gordon C. Faqua.

DEATH NOTICE

COL. M. T. DE VAULT
Word was received in Shanghai yesterday by Henry S. DeVault, of Haskins and Sells, of the death at New York City of his father Colonel Milton Tucker De Vault, who had been in Shanghai from October of last year until May 11, when he sailed for America. Colonel De Vault, who was born in Knoxville, Tenn., and served in the Confederate Army, celebrated his seventy-third birthday in Shanghai on April 2. He having been an extensive coal operator and financier, but had retired several years ago. He came to Shanghai to attend the wedding of his daughter, Mrs. V. A. Padon.

Note: The above death notice contains a number of factual errors: Milton Tucker DeVault was not born in Knoxville, he did not die in New York City and he probably did not serve in the Confederate Army. His daughter married B. A. Padon.

GRAVE MARKER

MILTON TUCKER
DeVAULT
1849 - 1922.

Citations

  1. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S53] 1850 Census, Tennessee, Carter County
  4. [S118] 1860 Census, Tennessee, Carter County
  5. [S369] 1880 Census, Virginia, Washington County
  6. [S527] 1900 Census, Maryland, Baltimore City County
  7. [S928] 1910 Census, New York, New York County
  8. [S1435] 1920 Census, Tennessee, Knox County
  9. [S5510] Genealogy prepared by Dan DeVault, Source Medium: Book
  10. [S5553] Genealogy prepared by David Sullins DeVault (see photo album images)
  11. [S3891] Death Records - Illinois Statewide Death Index (on-line), Source Medium: Book
  12. [S5817] Genealogy prepared by Franklin Hunt Broyles
  13. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book

Louise C. DeVault1,2

F, #11361, b. about 1859, d. about 1861

Parents

FatherGeorge Henry "Henry" DeVault (b. 1 January 1812, d. 31 March 1889)
MotherEmily Seraphina Berry (b. 30 April 1824, d. 25 March 1910)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Louise C. DeVault was born about 1859 in Tennessee.2 She died about 1861.1
Louise C. DeVault was also known as Kitty DeVault.3 She had reference number 11629. She was enumerated on the census in Carter County, Tennessee (1850.) Died at age 2.1,4

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S118] 1860 Census, Tennessee, Carter County
  3. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  4. [S7413] Genealogy prepared by William B. Terrell

Everett Stuart Kendrick1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, #11362, b. 20 September 1856, d. after 1924

Parents

FatherWilliam James Kendrick (b. 24 June 1831)
MotherMalissa E. Honaker (b. 15 April 1839)
Pedigree Link

Family: Mary Elfrida DeVault (b. March 1861, d. 27 November 1924)

DaughterEula Lee Kendrick+ (b. 13 March 1888, d. 20 October 1959)
SonEverett Stuart Kendrick, Jr. (b. 1890, d. before 1900)
DaughterSeraphina Elizabeth Kendrick+ (b. 20 June 1893, d. 25 December 1977)
SonWilliam Tucker Kendrick (b. before 1900, d. before 1900)

BASIC FACTS

Everett Stuart Kendrick was born in Bristol, Sullivan Co., Tennessee.8 He was born on 20 September 1856 in Russell Co., Virginia.9 He and Mary Elfrida DeVault were married on 25 January 1887.10 He died on 14 July 1892, at age 35, in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.11 He died after 1924 in New York, New York Co., New York.2,12
Everett Stuart Kendrick was also known as Unknown Hendricks.13 He was also known as Unknown Hendrix.14 He was also known as Evert S. Kenderick.15 He had reference number 11630. He was a State Senator, Bristol City Council, Washington County School Board; judge - ??? court (1900); secretary - savings & loan (1910); Postmaster - Bristol, Virginia (1920.)14,3,4,5 He resided in of Bristol, Sullivan Co., Tennessee.15 He was enumerated on the census in Russell County, Virginia (1860, 1870); Bristol City County, Virginia (1900 - 1920.)

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Washing Post (Washington, District of Columbia), Wednesday, June 2, 1920, Page 3

More Maryland and Virginia Nominations Sent to Senate

Everett S. Kendrick is listed as a renomination for postmaster from Bristol, Virginia.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Winston-Salem Journal (Winston-Salem, North Carolina), Wednesday, June 2, 1920, Page 2

Reappointed Postmaster
Washington. June 1. -- Everett S. Kendrick was reappointed today postmaster of Bristol, Va.-Tenn.

Citations

  1. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S1467] 1920 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  4. [S1042] 1910 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  5. [S686] 1900 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  6. [S128] 1860 Census, Virginia, Russell County
  7. [S210] 1870 Census, Virginia, Russell County
  8. [S6298] Genealogy prepared by Kay Appleby (email address)
  9. [S6501] Genealogy prepared by Maggie Oliver (email address)
  10. [S5553] Genealogy prepared by David Sullins DeVault (see photo album images)
  11. [S6500] Genealogy prepared by Maggie Oliver (email address)
  12. [S3592] Death Certificate - Mary Elfirda (DeVault) Kendrick
  13. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Page 245
  14. [S5817] Genealogy prepared by Franklin Hunt Broyles
  15. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954

Seraphina Elizabeth Kendrick1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11

F, #11363, b. 20 June 1893, d. 25 December 1977

Parents

FatherEverett Stuart Kendrick (b. 20 September 1856, d. after 1924)
MotherMary Elfrida DeVault (b. March 1861, d. 27 November 1924)
Pedigree Link

Family: Sam Henry McCormick (b. 13 June 1893, d. 19 June 1972)

SonSam Kendrick McCormick+ (b. 17 November 1923, d. 9 February 1980)
SonAllen Kendrick McCormick+ (b. 3 October 1929, d. 17 October 2011)

BASIC FACTS

Seraphina Elizabeth Kendrick was born on 20 June 1893 in Virginia.4,6,7 She and Earl E. Huntsman were married on 9 June 1915 in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.7,12 She and Sam Henry McCormick were married on 30 January 1923 in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.7,12 She died on 25 December 1977, at age 84, in Miami-Dade Co., Florida.9 She was buried in Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Cemetery, Miami, Dade Co., Florida.13
Seraphina Elizabeth Kendrick was also known as Sarafina Kendrick.14 She had reference number 11631. She resided in Florida.15 She was enumerated on the census in Bristol City County, Virginia (1900 - 1920); Lexington County, Kentucky (1930); Dade County, Florida (1940, 1945.) Her Social Security Number was 262-82-1694, issued: Florida, last residence: Miami, Miami-Dade Co., Florida.16

Richmond Times-Dispatch; Richmond, Virginia; May 30, 1915; Image 39 (Website: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov)

BRISTOL
[Special to The Times-Dispatch ]
BRISTOL, VA., May 29 -- The announcement of the engagement of Miss Saraphina Kendrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stuart Kendrick, of Bristol, to Earl Edwin Huntsman has been made. The nuptials will be solemnized in State Street Methodist Church on Wednesday afternoon. June 9, at 5:30 o'clock. The bride-to-be is the eldest daughter of the postmaster of Bristol, Va. The groom elect is a son of John H. Huntsman, a wealthy wholesale merchant of Bristol, and is associated with his father in business.

Citations

  1. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S5510] Genealogy prepared by Dan DeVault, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  4. [S1467] 1920 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  5. [S1042] 1910 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  6. [S686] 1900 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  7. [S5553] Genealogy prepared by David Sullins DeVault (see photo album images)
  8. [S1725] 1930 Census, Kentucky, Lexington County
  9. [S6724] Genealogy prepared by osinita16 (Ancestry.com)
  10. [S2345] 1945 Census, Florida, Dade County
  11. [S2049] 1940 Census, Florida, Dade County
  12. [S8798] Marriage Records - Virginia, Select Marriages, 1785 - 1940 (Ancestry.com)
  13. [S4513] Email from Leslie (Unknown) McCormick dated March 18, 2012
  14. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  15. [S5511] Genealogy prepared by Dan DeVault
  16. [S12037] Social Security Death Index, Source Medium: Book

Everett Stuart Kendrick, Jr.1

M, #11364, b. 1890, d. before 1900

Parents

FatherEverett Stuart Kendrick (b. 20 September 1856, d. after 1924)
MotherMary Elfrida DeVault (b. March 1861, d. 27 November 1924)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Everett Stuart Kendrick, Jr., was born in 1890.2,3,4 He died before 1900.2,3
Everett Stuart Kendrick, Jr., had reference number 11632.

Citations

  1. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S1042] 1910 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  3. [S686] 1900 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  4. [S5553] Genealogy prepared by David Sullins DeVault (see photo album images)

Eula Lee Kendrick1,2,3,4,5,6,7

F, #11365, b. 13 March 1888, d. 20 October 1959

Parents

FatherEverett Stuart Kendrick (b. 20 September 1856, d. after 1924)
MotherMary Elfrida DeVault (b. March 1861, d. 27 November 1924)
Pedigree Link

Family: Conley Earl "Earl" Ball (b. 23 September 1883, d. 31 October 1940)

DaughterDorothy Virginia Ball+ (b. 1 December 1923, d. 14 November 2011)

BASIC FACTS

Eula Lee Kendrick was born on 13 March 1888 in Virginia.3,6,8 She and Conley Earl "Earl" Ball were married on 20 December 1920 in Washington Co., Virginia.9 She died on 20 October 1959, at age 71, in Sullivan Co., Tennessee.10
Eula Lee Kendrick had reference number 11633. She was enumerated on the census in Bristol City County, Virginia (1900 - 1940.)

William Gillmore in his genealogy, has Eula married to Lee Huntsman. This is incorrect, Eula married Conley Earl Ball. Eula's sister Seraphina married Earl Huntsman.

WEDDING RECEPTION - The Comet; Johnson City, Tennessee; September 30, 1909, Image 12 (Website: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov)

WEDDING RECEPTION AT AUSTIN SPRINGS
Mrs. William DeVault gave a most elegant and charming reception at her beautiful home on the Watauga on Thursday afternoon in honor of her son's bride, Mrs. A. Beverly DeVault. The hours were from three to four and from five to seven.
The guests were welcomed in the hall by Mrs. E. S. Kendrick, in a toilette of black lace over taffeta, and Miss Ella McNeil, who wore a dainty white lingerie with trimmings of baby Irish lace.
In the receiving line were Mrs. William V. DeVault, Mrs. A. Beverly DeVault, Mr. James Newby, a brother of the bride, and Mrs. Hugh Hill.
Mrs. William DeVault wore a gown of green messaline with trimmings of old rose and cream lace.
Mrs. Beverly DeVault wore her bridal gown of handsome white satin, hand-embroidered with pearl and diamond ornaments, and Mrs. Hugh Hill appeared in black spangled net.
The parlor, library and hall were decorated in golden rod, the color scheme being yellow and white, artistically entwined from the chandelier in the dining-room to the four corners of the table, was soft, white tulle, on which were innumerable small yellow hearts suspended from white ribbons. On the center of the table resting on an exquisite lace center-piece, was a bowl of bride's roses. Mrs. A. J. Tyler, who served in the dining-room, wore a black net dress over satin and was assisted by Misses Clara Reeves, Lois Reeves and Claude DeVault, who wore dresses of yellow crepe de chine with white and gold lace.
Miss Eula Lee Kendrick, in a costume of green messaline, ushered the guests into the dining-room and from there to the library, where coffee and hot chocolate were served by Mrs. Samuel Browder and Mrs. E. A. Long. Out in the spacious circle of the wide veranda, Mrs. James Martin and Mrs. Robert DeVault served grape punch from a bowl decorated with bunches of purple grapes and green foliage.
A charming little rustic picture was given out on the lawn under the spreading oaks. A table, from which was served luscious watermelons and sweet cider, was presided over by Mr. William DeVault, Judge A. J. Tyler, Capt. A. S. McNeil and Dr. F. B. Hannah.

Note: Some of the people mentioned in the article are:
Mrs. William DeVault: Barbara E. (Higginbotham) DeVault (1861 - 1932), daughter of Reese Bowen Higginbotham and Louise Jame Emmons. At the time of this reception, Barbara was second wife of William Valentine DeVault. She would later marry William's cousin, George Valentine DeVault.
Mrs. A. Beverly DeVault: Amelia Elizabeth (Newby) DeVault (1887 - 1973), daughter of Cyrus Newby and Anna Catherine "Kitty" Herron. Amelia had just married Albert Beverly "Beverly" DeVault,
Mrs. E. S. Kendrick: Mary Elfrida (DeVault) Kendrick (1861 - 19??), daughter of George Henry "Henry" DeVault and Emily Seraphina Berry. Mary was the wife of Everett Stuart Kendrick.
Miss Clara Reeves: Clara Boring Reeves (1884 - 1968), daughter of George Alexander "Fred" Reeves and Addie May Boring. Clara would later marry Horace Bishop Stevens.
Miss Lois Reeves: Mary Lois "Lois" Reeves (1886 - 1911), daughter of Isaac Edward Reeves and Mary Malinda Dosser. Lois never married. She died just over two years after this reception was given.
Miss Claude DeVault: Claude DeVault (1886 - 1966), daughter of James Miller DeVault and Addie Belle Hickman. Claude would later marry John Lee Hughlett.
Miss Eula Lee Kendrick: Eula Lee Kendrick (1888 - 1959), daughter of Everett Stuart Kendrick and Mary Elfrida DeVault. Eula would later marry Conley Earl "Earl" Ball.
Mrs. Samuel Browder: Elizabeth Miller "Bettie" (Paterson) Browder (1875 - 1925), daughter of Newton Alexander Patterson and Mary Susan "Sue" Reeves. Bettie was married to Samuel Lonzo Browder.
Mrs. Robert DeVault: Osceola (Walton) DeVault (1883 - 1928), daughter of Elijah Powell Walton and Arrispa Gaines Jewell. Osceola was married to Robert Drew DeVault.
Mr. William DeVault: William Valentine DeVault (1846 - 1916), son of Jacob DeVault and Elizabeth Jane Clark.
Dr. F. B. Hannah: Ferrell Bratcher Hannah, Jr. (1876 - 1932), son of Andrew Johnson Hannah and India Annie O'Brian. Ferrell was a relative of the DeVaults through the Hannah family. He knew George Valentine DeVault. Both lived in Umatilla, Lake County, Florida. In census records and many genealogies, Ferrell is shown as the son of Andrew and India Hannah. Ferrell Bratcher Hannah, Sr. was Andrew Hannah's brother. It appears that he was not the father of Ferrell Bratcher Hannah, Jr. Both Ferrell Bratcher Hannahs were dentists.

Citations

  1. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S1467] 1920 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  4. [S1042] 1910 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  5. [S1962] 1930 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  6. [S686] 1900 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  7. [S2321] 1940 Census, Virginia, Bristol City County
  8. [S5553] Genealogy prepared by David Sullins DeVault (see photo album images)
  9. [S4003] Descendants of William Lee Ball prepared by George G. Morgan
  10. [S3926] Death Records - Tennessee, Tennessee State Archives (Internet), Source Medium: Book

Timmie Eugenia Cardwell1,2,3,4,5,6,7

F, #11366, b. 22 December 1853, d. 3 July 1918

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family: Milton Tucker DeVault (b. 2 April 1849, d. 24 June 1922)

DaughterPearl Hazel DeVault (b. 22 April 1875, d. 23 June 1876)
SonDavid Sullins DeVault+ (b. 19 December 1876, d. 7 July 1963)
SonClyde Lee DeVault (b. 9 October 1880, d. 28 April 1918)
SonHenry Shryock DeVault (b. 23 September 1882, d. 29 November 1927)
DaughterEmily Kathleen DeVault+ (b. 25 November 1888, d. 14 April 1963)

BASIC FACTS

Timmie Eugenia Cardwell was born on 22 December 1853 in Abingdon, Washington Co., Virginia.8,7 She and Milton Tucker DeVault were married on 28 May 1874 in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.9,7 She died on 3 July 1918, at age 64, in New York City, New York Co., New York.8 She was buried in East Hill Cemetery, Bristol, Sullivan Co., Tennessee.10
Timmie Eugenia Cardwell was also known as Tunie E. Cardwell.11,8 She had reference number 11634. She was a Music teacher at Sullins College, Bristol, Sullivan Co., Tennessee.12,8 She was enumerated on the census in McMinn County, Tennessee (1860, 1870); Washington County, Virginia (1880); Baltimore County, Maryland (1900); New York County, New York (1910.)

Timmie's uncle was Dr. David Sullins, a preacher and educator. Dr. David Sullins founded Sullins College in Bristol. He was president of several colleges in Tennessee and Virginia.
In 1912 Timmie (Cardwell) DeVault and her daughter Emily traveled extensively in Europe, also visiting her son, Clyde DeVault, who was studying the violin in Prague.

The New York City Directory for 1916 shows the following four DeVaults living at 22 Morningside Ave.:
DeVault, David S. (artist)
DeVault, George (not identified)
DeVault, Hy S. (accountant - Haskins & Sells)
DeVault, Timonie E. (La Sheba Company)

Deed Book Q, McMinn County, Tennessee Land Deeds;
http://www.accessgenealogy.com/scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0000019
page 134, 111 7 Jan 1870 Heirs of Nathan Sullins dec'd partition land among themselves; Lazarus Dodson and wife Rebecca L., J.F.J. Lewis and wife Laura M., N.A. Cardwell, James Steed and wife Elizabeth Lizzie H. , James H. Cardwell, Timmie E. Cardwell, Armstead L. Mallicote and wife Mary R., the last nine named being heirs of Hazy Cardwell dec'd and entitled to her share; Morrice R. Sullins and T. Sullins deed part of land to Timothy Sullins; the Mallcotes acknowledged in Washington Co., VA.; the Lewis' acknowledged in Knox Co.; the remainder, except James H. and Timmie E. Cardwell, acknowledge in McMinn Co., and those two do not sign.

Deed Book S, McMinn County, Tennessee Land Deeds
http://www.accessgenealogy.com/scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0000021
Page 154, 508 7 Jan 1870 By devise from Nathan Sullins, we, Timothy Sullins, Lazarus Dodson and wife Rebecca L., J. F. J. Lewis and wife Elizabeth H., James H. Cardwell, Timmie E. Cardwell, and Armstead L. Malicoat and wife Mary R., last nine being heirs of Hazy Cardwell dec'd, and M. C. Sullins, sell to Morris C. Sullins land at forks of the Riceville and Royston roads; M. T. De Vault and wife T. E. also sign deed; the Malicoats and De Vaults acknowledge in Washington Co., VA. And the Lewis' in Knox Co; deed registered 22 Jul 1878.

GRAVE MARKER

TIMMIE CARDWELL
WIFE OF
M. T. DEVAULT.

Citations

  1. [S3149] DAR Application - Timmie Eugenia (Cardwell) DeVault (DAR Number 113936)
  2. [S369] 1880 Census, Virginia, Washington County
  3. [S527] 1900 Census, Maryland, Baltimore City County
  4. [S928] 1910 Census, New York, New York County
  5. [S120] 1860 Census, Tennessee, McMinn County
  6. [S204] 1870 Census, Tennessee, McMinn County
  7. [S5553] Genealogy prepared by David Sullins DeVault (see photo album images)
  8. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  9. [S5510] Genealogy prepared by Dan DeVault, Source Medium: Book
  10. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  11. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  12. [S5817] Genealogy prepared by Franklin Hunt Broyles

Pearl Hazel DeVault1,2

F, #11367, b. 22 April 1875, d. 23 June 1876

Parents

FatherMilton Tucker DeVault (b. 2 April 1849, d. 24 June 1922)
MotherTimmie Eugenia Cardwell (b. 22 December 1853, d. 3 July 1918)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Pearl Hazel DeVault was born on 22 April 1875 in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.2 She died on 23 June 1876, at age 1, in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.3,4 She was buried in East Hill Cemetery, Bristol, Sullivan Co., Tennessee.5
Pearl Hazel DeVault had reference number 11635.

GRAVE MARKER

PEARL HAZEL
DAU OF
M. T. & T. C. DeVAULT
1875 - 1876.

Citations

  1. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  4. [S5553] Genealogy prepared by David Sullins DeVault (see photo album images)
  5. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book

Clyde Lee DeVault1

M, #11368, b. 9 October 1880, d. 28 April 1918

Parents

FatherMilton Tucker DeVault (b. 2 April 1849, d. 24 June 1922)
MotherTimmie Eugenia Cardwell (b. 22 December 1853, d. 3 July 1918)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Clyde Lee DeVault was born on 9 October 1880 in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.2,1,3 He was born on 9 November 1880 in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.4 He was born on 18 August 1881 in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.5,6 He and Mabel Summers were married in May 1915 in Point Comfort (now Old Point Comfort), Hampton Co., Virginia.5,4 He died on 28 April 1918, at age 37, in Chamberlin Hotel, Point Comfort (now Old Point Comfort), Hampton Co., Virginia.5 He died on 28 April 1918, at age 37, in Hotel Chamberlin, Fort Monroe, Hampton Co., Virginia.3 He was buried in East Hill Cemetery, Bristol, Sullivan Co., Tennessee.1,3
Clyde Lee DeVault was also known as Clyde Lee Roy DeVault.6 He was also known as Clyde Leeroy DeVault.4 He was also known as Clyde LeRoy DeVault.7,5,8,9 He had reference number 11636. He was educated Studied violin in Prague.5 He was enumerated on the census in Baltimore County, Maryland (1900); New York County, New York (1910.) He was a Musician (1900); Violinist - orchestra (1910); musician (death certificate.)8,9,3

Citations

  1. [S5553] Genealogy prepared by David Sullins DeVault (see photo album images)
  2. [S5510] Genealogy prepared by Dan DeVault, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S3269] Death Certificate - Clyde Lee DeVault
  4. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  5. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  6. [S5511] Genealogy prepared by Dan DeVault
  7. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  8. [S527] 1900 Census, Maryland, Baltimore City County
  9. [S928] 1910 Census, New York, New York County

David Sullins DeVault1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, #11369, b. 19 December 1876, d. 7 July 1963

Parents

FatherMilton Tucker DeVault (b. 2 April 1849, d. 24 June 1922)
MotherTimmie Eugenia Cardwell (b. 22 December 1853, d. 3 July 1918)
Pedigree Link

Family: Esther Miller Waldron (b. 10 August 1893, d. 14 April 1963)

SonDavid Sullins DeVault, Jr.+ (b. 11 October 1918, d. November 1980)
SonMilton Henry "Bud" DeVault+ (b. 10 November 1921, d. 6 September 1950)
DaughterJoan Esther DeVault+ (b. 6 March 1930, d. 11 April 2013)

BASIC FACTS

David Sullins DeVault was born on 19 December 1876 in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.2,8 He was born on 19 December 1879.9 He and Esther Miller Waldron were married on 23 June 1916 in Amsterdam, Montgomery Co., New York.9,8,10 He died on 7 July 1963, at age 86, in Amsterdam, Montgomery Co., New York.10 He was buried in Green Hill Cemetery, Amsterdam, Montgomery Co., New York.11
David Sullins DeVault had reference number 11637. He was educated Baltimore School of Art; New York School of Art; William M. Chase; Robert Henri; F.V. DuMond; abroad. Work: murals, many U.S. cities; studied art in Paris (1912.)2,12 He was enumerated on the census in Washington County, Virginia (1880); Baltimore County, Maryland (1900); New York County, New York (1910); Knox County, Tennessee (1920); Fairfield County, Connecticut (1930.) He was an Artist - studio (1910); furniture decorator for Elgin & Sawyer Chair Manufacturing Company(WW I draft registration); interior decorator - furniture company (1920); interior decorating (1930.)5,6,13,7 Heart trouble.14

David Sullins DeVault was actively involved in the compilation of DeVault Family History. He firmly believed that Henry Dewald was from France. In 2011 I received copies of David's collection of family records from his daughter, Joan Esther DeVault. I could find no evidence that Henry Dewald was from France in those records.

David is listed in "Who Was Who in American Art," compiled from the original thirty-four volumes of American Art Annual: Who's Who in Art, Biographies of American Artists Active from 1898-1947. Edited by Peter Hastings Falk. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985. [WhAmArt 1] : DeVault, David Sullins [Des.,C,P,I] Amsterdam, NY b. 19 D 1876, Bristol, VA. Studied: Baltimore Sch A.; NY Sch. A.; William M. Chase; Robert Henri; F.V. DuMond; abroad. Work: murals, many U.S. cities.

David painted a murel that now hangs in the main foyer of the Wilbur H. Lynch High School, Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York. (David S. Devault, 2 historic maps of area, oil on canvas 8' x 19'6" each, 1934 and 1938, PWAP and WPA/FAP.)

ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE THE GRAND RAPIDS FURNITURE RECORD (before December 1920)

Little Talks On Home Decoration
By David Sullins DeVault
THE GIRL’S ROOM
When a girl gets to the age where she wants to decorate her own room she generally has several propositions to face. She must either re-do her childhood room, refurbish an old room, or decorate a new one.
She doubtless has much old furniture that the family thinks good enough. However hopeless it may seem to her youthful and ambitious mind, it may, nevertheless, be made over into qualstness and beauty at small expense.
First, get some idea of what color scheme is to be used. Here the writer wants to define color scheme. It is three or more colors that harmonize in proportion, value and tone. One often hears the expression, “I am doing my room in blue,” and one finds that room filled to the minutest detail with blue. Imagine a blue sun, shining on blue trees, grass, streets, houses, blue people dressed in blue, in fact, everything blue. Wouldn’t the world be one big blue insane asylum? Fortunately, nature gives us a wide range of colors. It has been estimated that there are two million colors and shades. There is no need for monotony.
At the shop of DeVault-Smith Company, 422 West Cumberland avenue, you will find men who have had years of study and experience, and who will gladly aid you in all decorative problems.

EXCERPT FROM LETTER - David Sullins DeVault to Eva Dawalt, dated January 3, 1923

Syracuse, New York, Jan. 3, 1923
"Tho the name is spelled differently I believe our ancestors were the same. The record of my family is very clear from the first DeVault to the present generation.
The original de Vaulx was a baron in Lorraine, France, went across the border into Germany, and married there.
"Henry DeVault (name changed in America) served in the Revolution under General Washington. He had eleven children: 1 - Philip; 2 - Margaret; 3 - Elizabeth; 4 - Gabriel; 5 - Catharine; 6 - Mary; 7 - Henry; 8 - Valentine; 9 - Frederick; 10 - Julia; 11 - Jacob.
"Henry (who is apparently your great-grandfather), 7th child of Henry and Catharine, married Kitty Gross of Sullivan County, Tennessee. They moved to Indiana. (Henry DeVault, Sr. died Sept. 20, 1864 at Salem, Indiana, aged 90 years). Though the name seems to conflict with the record you have, I do not doubt that Henrich Dewalt, DeVault or DeWald is the original ancestor in America.
D. S. DeVault"

OBITUARY - Schenectady Gazette (NY), July 8, 1963

D.S. DeVault, Amsterdam Artist, Dies at Age of 86
AMSTERDAM - David S. DeVault, 86, of Northampton road, an artist, mural painter and interior decorator, died yeaterday following a long illness.
* * * *
HE WAS AT ONE TIME employed by the Elgin Simmons Co., where he did furniture designing, interior decorating and painted for customized furniture. His art has also been featured in several leading national and international magazines.
Joining the W. J. Sloane Co., of New York city, he did custom designing, his work including the Ferguson Castle at Long Island.
Mr. DeVault, who is listed in Who's Who in America, came to this city in 1935 and was engaged in free lance art, designing and decorating. He did several murals including those in the Nicholas Restaurant in Schenectady and for Amsterdam high school. Ill health forced his retirement in 1945.
Born in Bristol, Va., he was graduated from New York School of Art and later continued his art education in Europe. He was a member of the Emmanuel Presbyterian Church.
His wife, Mrs. Esther Waldron DeVault, died on April 14, this year.
Surviving are one son, David S. DeVault Jr., Holly; one daughter, Mrs. Duane Snyder, Amsterdam; several grandchildren; several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Funeral services will be tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the pike funeral home, Rev. M. C. T. Andrea will officiate and burial will be at Green Hill cemetery. The funeral home will be open tonight after 7 o'clock.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Daily Gazette, Schenectady (NY), Monday, October 4, 2010 (By Bob Cudmore)

Focus on Mohawk Valley History
Amsterdam's muralist is remembered
An accomplished artist married to a local native moved to Amsterdam in 1935, and his art work is still viewed by hundreds of young people every day.
David S. DeVault painted freelance murals after coming to Amsterdam, including the map of the Mohawk Valley in the main hall of today’s Lynch middle school, more properly Wilbur H. Lynch Literacy Academy. When DeVault painted that mural, the building was the high school.
He also painted murals at Nicklaus German Restaurant at State Street and Erie Boulevard in Schenectady. Today there are paintings with a German theme signed by Jay Gogolin but no murals at that location, currently the Bangkok Thai Bistro.
Born in Bristol, Va., in 1876, DeVault was a 1907 graduate of the School of Fine and Applied Arts in New York City. After graduation, he went to Europe and studied interior decoration, painting and furniture design. Returning to New York City, he was scenic designer at the Hippodrome Theater and did decorative work at the Ritz Carlton and McAlpine hotels.
He then worked for Elgin A. Simonds, a furniture manufacturer in Syracuse. In 1915, he married Amsterdam native Esther Waldron, who went to Syracuse University. In 1923 they moved south where DeVault was the first artist on the payroll of Tennessee Furniture Co. His art work and designs appeared in magazines such as House Beautiful and Vogue.
The DeVaults moved to Amsterdam in 1935, and David DeVault continued his artistic endeavors. A son, also named David DeVault, served as a sergeant in World War II. In 1943, Esther Waldron DeVault started a nursery school at their home at 20 Northampton Road. Peter Betz, who suggested this story, attended that nursery school. The elder David DeVault retired in 1945 because of ill health.
In September 1950, another son, Lt. Milton DeVault, was killed in action in the Korean War. Lt. DeVault died only 22 days after arriving in Korea to serve as a commander with the 72nd Heavy Tank Battalion. A West Point graduate, and his wife Gayle had married in Olympia, Wash., shortly before he embarked for the war. His body was not returned to Amsterdam for funeral services until 1951.
Esther Waldron DeVault died in April 1963. She had served as a Republican election inspector at the old West Spring Street School for 25 years. The artist David DeVault died later that year. At the time of their deaths, their surviving son was living in Holly, N.Y. Their daughter Joan had married Duane Snyder and was living in Amsterdam.

Citations

  1. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S369] 1880 Census, Virginia, Washington County
  4. [S527] 1900 Census, Maryland, Baltimore City County
  5. [S928] 1910 Census, New York, New York County
  6. [S1435] 1920 Census, Tennessee, Knox County
  7. [S1575] 1930 Census, Connecticut, Fairfield County
  8. [S5511] Genealogy prepared by Dan DeVault
  9. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  10. [S5553] Genealogy prepared by David Sullins DeVault (see photo album images)
  11. [S11941] Phone conversation with Joan Esther (DeVault) Snyder, July 29, 2011
  12. [S12304] Who Was Who in American Art.; Sound View Press; 1985
  13. [S12337] World War I Draft Registration Cards (1917 - 1918)
  14. [S2415] Article - Mrs. David S. DeVault, "My Son Died in Korea", Feb 15 1951 issue of Ladies Home Journal

Henry Shryock DeVault1,2,3,4,5,6

M, #11370, b. 23 September 1882, d. 29 November 1927

Parents

FatherMilton Tucker DeVault (b. 2 April 1849, d. 24 June 1922)
MotherTimmie Eugenia Cardwell (b. 22 December 1853, d. 3 July 1918)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Henry Shryock DeVault was born on 22 September 1882 in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.2,7 He was born on 23 September 1882 in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.6,8 He was born on 10 June 1884 in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.9 He and Anne Goodman were married on 19 March 1923 in No. 73 Szechuen Road, Shanghai, China.8 He died on 29 November 1927, at age 45, in Shanghai, China.10 He died on 29 November 1937, at age 55, in Shanghai, China.9 He was buried in Cremated.10
Henry Shryock DeVault had reference number 11638. He was an Accountant - public (1910); public accountant - private (1920); Henry was an accountant in the importing in exporting business in Shanghai, China.9,4,5 He was enumerated on the census in Baltimore County, Maryland (1900); New York County, New York (1910); Knox County, Tennessee (1920.)

Henry had gone to Shanghai, China to open an office for accountants Haskins & Sells (the first major U.S. accounting firm). With Henry were his sister, Emily Kathleen DeVault, to serve as Henry's housekeeper, and Byrne Padon, an assistant from Haskins & Sells. There Henry met and married Anne Goodman. She worked in the export business. Emily married Henry's assistant Byrne Padon in China. Milton Tucker DeVault, Henry's and Emily's father, traveled to China to attend Emily's wedding. On the way back home Milton died near Chicago. Henry died due to overwork and stress resulting from a Japanese air raid on Shanghai, China, November 29, 1927. Anne, his wife, had his body cremated and his ashes were returned to the United States.

Citations

  1. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  3. [S527] 1900 Census, Maryland, Baltimore City County
  4. [S928] 1910 Census, New York, New York County
  5. [S1435] 1920 Census, Tennessee, Knox County
  6. [S12085] U.S. Passport Applications, 1795 - 1925 (Ancestry.com)
  7. [S5511] Genealogy prepared by Dan DeVault
  8. [S12068] U.S. Consular Reports of Marriages 1910 - 1949 (Ancestry.com)
  9. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  10. [S5553] Genealogy prepared by David Sullins DeVault (see photo album images)

Emily Kathleen DeVault1,2,3,4,5,6,7

F, #11371, b. 25 November 1888, d. 14 April 1963

Parents

FatherMilton Tucker DeVault (b. 2 April 1849, d. 24 June 1922)
MotherTimmie Eugenia Cardwell (b. 22 December 1853, d. 3 July 1918)
Pedigree Link

Family: Byrne Aloyisus Padon (b. 1 February 1892, d. 23 August 1974)

SonLiving Padon+
SonRobert Byrne Padon+ (b. 8 December 1927, d. 27 April 1996)

BASIC FACTS

Emily Kathleen DeVault was born on 25 November 1885 in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.8 She was born on 23 November 1887 in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.9 She was born on 25 November 1888 in Bristol, Bristol City Co., Virginia.2,10,11,12 She and Byrne Aloyisus Padon were married in June 1922 in Shanghai, China. She died on 14 April 1963, at age 74, in Houston, Harris Co., Texas.13,9 She was buried in Forest Park Westheimer Cemetery, Houston, Harris Co., Texas.9
Emily Kathleen DeVault had reference number 11639. She was a Housekeeper for her brother, Henry, in China.8 She resided in Houston, Harris Co., Texas.8 She was enumerated on the census in Baltimore County, Maryland (1900); New York County, New York (1910); Knox County, Tennessee (1920.)

Newland DeVault reported that Emily went to Shanghai, China with her brother Henry as his housekeeper. While there she married Henry's assistant, Byrne A. Padon.
Passenger records from the SS President Taft, arriving in San Francisco, California, show that Emily and her small son returned to the United States on 2 June 1926. Emily's husband, Byrne A. Padon, returned to the U.S on the same ship a few weeks later. Apparently this was a vacation home as they were back in Shanghai where their second son was born in December of 1927.

GRAVE MARKER

PADON

BYRNE A. EMILY D.
1892 – 1974 1888 – 1963.

Citations

  1. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  3. [S527] 1900 Census, Maryland, Baltimore City County
  4. [S928] 1910 Census, New York, New York County
  5. [S1435] 1920 Census, Tennessee, Knox County
  6. [S2784] California Passenger and Crew Lists, 1882-1957 (Ancestry.com)
  7. [S11872] One World Tree; (Ancestry.com)
  8. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  9. [S3326] Death Certificate - Emily K. (DeVault) Padon)
  10. [S5511] Genealogy prepared by Dan DeVault
  11. [S3125] DAR Application - Emily DeVault (DAR Number 113937)
  12. [S5553] Genealogy prepared by David Sullins DeVault (see photo album images)
  13. [S3928] Death Records - Texas, Texas Death Index (1903 - 2000) (Ancestry.com)

Laura T. DeVault1,2,3,4,5

F, #11372, b. 15 September 1860, d. 17 June 1930

Parents

FatherMichael Kitzmiller DeVault (b. November 1817, d. 1903)
MotherMary Ann Bridwell (b. April 1827, d. 4 November 1911)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Laura T. DeVault was born on 15 September 1860 in Pittsfield, Pike Co., Illinois.6,7,3,8 She died on 17 June 1930, at age 69, in Newberg Twp., Pike Co., Illinois.9,10 She was buried in Pittsfield West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Pike Co., Illinois.11
Laura T. DeVault had reference number 11640. She was enumerated on the census in Pike County, Illinois (1880, 1900 - 1930.)

Nancy Louise DeVault told Newland DeVault that Laura, "was one of the sweetist girls I ever knew."

GRAVE MARKER

DeVAULT
MICHEAL MARY LAURA LANDON

(single stone)

Note: The above spelling of Michael's name is the way it appears on the stone. There are no dates.

Citations

  1. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S819] 1910 Census, Indiana, Pike County
  3. [S461] 1900 Census, Illinois, Pike County
  4. [S1623] 1930 Census, Illinois, Pike County
  5. [S1166] 1920 Census, Illinois, Pike County
  6. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  7. [S250] 1880 Census, Illinois, Pike County
  8. [S3896] Death Records - Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths 1916 - 1947 (Ancestry.com or LDS)
  9. [S5817] Genealogy prepared by Franklin Hunt Broyles
  10. [S3891] Death Records - Illinois Statewide Death Index (on-line), Source Medium: Book
  11. [S8270] Grave Marker, Michael, Mary (Birdwell) Laura and Landon DeVault, Pittsfield West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Pike Co., Illinois

Louise Henrietta "Lou or Louisa" Hunt1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

F, #11373, b. August 1847, d. 17 August 1918

Parents

FatherThomas Hyder "Hyder" Hunt (b. 7 April 1816, d. 7 June 1863)
MotherRachel Mary DeWald (b. 1821, d. 15 October 1900)
Pedigree Link

Family: Frank Barrett (d. before 1911)

SonHarry H. Barrett+ (b. 15 November 1882, d. 18 November 1945)
SonFrank H. Barrett, Jr. (b. 8 November 1883, d. 30 January 1885)
DaughterSweetie Barrett (b. 8 December 1884, d. 1896)
DaughterJulia Van Barrett+ (b. 8 December 1884)
SonEverett Barrett (b. February 1887, d. 1908)
DaughterLucy B. Barrett (b. 1890, d. 1891)

BASIC FACTS

Louise Henrietta "Lou or Louisa" Hunt was born in 1845 in Tennessee.2,3 She was born in August 1847 in Tennessee.4 She and Oscar Hannah were married in 1879 in Lamar, Burton Co., Missouri.9,2 She and Frank Barrett were married in 1881 in Lamar, Barton Co., Missouri.9,10 She died on 17 August 1918, at age ~71, in Canada.9,11 She died in 1930, at age ~83.12
Louise Henrietta "Lou or Louisa" Hunt had reference number 11641. She was enumerated on the census in Washington County, Tennessee (1850); Macoupin County, Illinois (1860); Barton County, Missouri (1870, 1880); Bates County, Missouri (1900); Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada (1911.) She was a Washer woman (1900.)4

Louise was listed as Henrietta in the 1850 Census.
She and Oscar Hannah had children in No Children.2

Frank deserted his family in 1892.

Citations

  1. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  3. [S170] 1870 Census, Missouri, Barton County, Source Medium: Book
  4. [S545] 1900 Census, Missouri, Bates County
  5. [S308] 1880 Census, Missouri, Barton County
  6. [S1071] 1911 Census, Canada, Saskatchewan Province, Regina
  7. [S58] 1850 Census, Tennessee, Washington County
  8. [S71] 1860 Census, Illinois, Macoupin County
  9. [S12020] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  10. [S6353] Genealogy prepared by Kit Veerkamp (email address)
  11. [S6555] Genealogy prepared by Mary (Fluts) Gillmore
  12. [S5511] Genealogy prepared by Dan DeVault

Bruce Hunt1,2,3,4

M, #11374, b. February 1860, d. 10 August 1936

Parents

FatherThomas Hyder "Hyder" Hunt (b. 7 April 1816, d. 7 June 1863)
MotherRachel Mary DeWald (b. 1821, d. 15 October 1900)
Pedigree Link

Family: Alice A. Varner (b. October 1861, d. 1934)

SonBoy Hunt (b. 1891, d. before 1900)
DaughterMildred R. Hunt (b. January 1896, d. 1934)
SonCharles Raymond Hunt (b. July 1898)
SonLeon C. Hunt (b. September 1899)

BASIC FACTS

Bruce Hunt was born in 1859 in Illinois.5 He was born in February 1860 in Illinois.3 He was born in 1861 in Illinois.6,2 He and Alice A. Varner were married on 8 May 1890 in Lafayette Co., Missouri.7,5,8 He died on 10 August 1936, at age 76.9
Bruce Hunt had reference number 11642. He was a Farmer (1880, 1900.)3,4 He was enumerated on the census in Barton County, Missouri (1870, 1880); Osage and Kaw Reservation, Oklahoma (1900.)

Citations

  1. [S6763] Genealogy prepared by Patrick Welsh (RootsWeb - email address), Source Medium: Book
  2. [S170] 1870 Census, Missouri, Barton County, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S623] 1900 Census, Oklahoma (Indian Territory), Osage and Kaw Indian Reservation, Source Medium: Book
  4. [S308] 1880 Census, Missouri, Barton County
  5. [S5511] Genealogy prepared by Dan DeVault
  6. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  7. [S7413] Genealogy prepared by William B. Terrell
  8. [S8825] Marriage Records: Missouri 1851 - 1900, Source Medium: Book
  9. [S12020] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book

D.D Edwin Hubert "Hubert" Broyles1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, #11375, b. 18 April 1873, d. 11 October 1968

Parents

FatherAndrew Coffee Broyles (b. 21 June 1831, d. 20 August 1927)
MotherLouisa Ann Eliza "Lou" Hunt (b. 23 May 1838, d. 27 March 1906)
Pedigree Link

Family: Ida Belle Perryman (b. 6 September 1876, d. 5 December 1968)

ChildChild #1 Broyles (d. DECEASED)
ChildChild #2 Broyles (d. DECEASED)
DaughterEvelyn Louise Broyles (b. 21 January 1913, d. 24 February 2001)

BASIC FACTS

D.D Edwin Hubert "Hubert" Broyles was born on 18 April 1873 in Chucky Valley, Carter Co., Tennessee.8,9 He and Ida Belle Perryman were married on 18 May 1898 in Choska, Wagner Co., Indian Territory.10,11 He died on 11 October 1968, at age 95, in Broomall, Delaware Co., Pennsylvania.12 He was buried in Philadelphia Memorial Park, Frazer, Chester Co., Pennsylvania.13
D.D Edwin Hubert "Hubert" Broyles had reference number 11643. He held the title Rev. He was a Minister (1900, 1910, 1930, 1940); Presbyterian Minister.1,4,7 He was educated Graduated from Auburn Theological Seminary, Auburn, New York.14 He resided in Tulsa, Tulsa Co., Indian Territory (1906); Seattle, King Co., Washington (1915); Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania (1927, 1957.)15,16,17,18 He was enumerated on the census in Washington County, Tennessee (1880); Randolph County, Missouri (1900); Brown County, Illinois (1910); Delaware County, Pennsylvaina (1930, 1940.)

From Edwin Broyles to Newland DeVault

"When I was 17 years old my father moved to Jonesboro from his home in Chucky Valley. When I was 22 years old, I came east to Theological Seminary, Auburn, N.Y. After that it was Oklahoma, Illinois, Seattle, Dallas, Texas and then 32 years ago I came to the Philadelphia area and have been here ever since. I am now director of field work for the Presbytery of Philadelphia."

Reverend Edwin Broyles was minister of the Hope Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For the Church program, April 19, 1953, in the Minister's Minutes he wrote:
Anno Domini
The first date line read, "In the beginning," but time passed, the beginning receded, and life became more complex, and such dating was too indefinite for historical recording. Men cooperatively began to devise other ways by which passing events were localized in time. Kings and their dynasties seemed suitable for this purpose. Records began to read, "in the so-and-so of such-and-such King this-and-that came to pass.
Inevitably the King himself passed and another ruler appeared in the calendar. Such changes made records uncertain within a nation, and even more uncertain among nations.
Time increased the complications and revealed the futility of a human standard for dating covering from everlasting to everlasting. Then out of the emptiness of time came the "fullness of time," and not a dynasty but a kingdom was revealed of which there would be no end. Now it was possible to tie back to the original date line, "In the beginning - God," and connect it with King of kings, for surely now was found the Year of the Lord.
This has been so universally recognized that ever since the birth of Jesus, prior events are historically located as B. C. And not only historically but chronologically the birth of Jesus is used as the focal point of time, and "the acceptable year of the Lord" has been established as Anno Domini."

DEATH NOTICE - The Philadelphia Inquirer; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Monday, October 14th, 1968; Page 26 (Newspapers.com)

BROYLES
On Oct. 11, 1968, E. HUBERT BROYLES, D.D., husband of Ida P. Broyles, of 1906 Sansom St. Memorial Service for relatives and friends on Tues. at 2:00 P.M. at The First Presbyterian Church, 21st & Walnut Sts. Please omit flowers.

GRAVE MARKER

REV. E. HUBERT IDA P. EVELYN L.
1873 - 1968 1876 - 1968 1913 - 2001
BROYLES.

Citations

  1. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  2. [S8431] Letter from Franklin Hunt Broyles to Sophia (DeVault) McLean dated February 18, 1934
  3. [S357] 1880 Census, Tennessee, Washington County
  4. [S568] 1900 Census, Missouri, Randolph County
  5. [S1899] 1930 Census, Pennsylvania, Delaware County
  6. [S768] 1910 Census, Illinois, Brown County
  7. [S2271] 1940 Census, Pennsylvania, Delaware County
  8. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  9. [S4021] Descendents of Hans Jacob Broyles prepared by Steve Broyles
  10. [S3998] Descendants of Thomas Ward Perryman prepared by Joan Case
  11. [S5868] Genealogy prepared by Gerald Broyles (email address)
  12. [S6220] Genealogy prepared by jstansberykoenig (Ancestry.com)
  13. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  14. [S5510] Genealogy prepared by Dan DeVault, Source Medium: Book
  15. [S9148] Obituary - Andrew Coffee Broyles
  16. [S10748] Obituary - Louisa Ann Eliza "Lou" (Hunt) Broyles
  17. [S8304] History of Franklin Hunt Broyles, M.D., Bethany, Harrison Co., Missouri, 1915
  18. [S9860] Obituary - Florence Amanda "Birdie" (Broyles) King