The Ancestors and Cousins of Tracy Lynn DeVault

Person Page 654

Child #2 DeVault1

U, #16326

Parents

FatherJessee Cleveland "Jess" DeVault, Jr. (b. 5 April 1925, d. 31 May 1992)
MotherHelen Marie Bridwell (b. 23 May 1924, d. 5 February 1991)
Pedigree Link

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book

Child #3 DeVault1

U, #16327

Parents

FatherJessee Cleveland "Jess" DeVault, Jr. (b. 5 April 1925, d. 31 May 1992)
MotherHelen Marie Bridwell (b. 23 May 1924, d. 5 February 1991)
Pedigree Link

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book

Child #4 DeVault1

U, #16328

Parents

FatherJessee Cleveland "Jess" DeVault, Jr. (b. 5 April 1925, d. 31 May 1992)
MotherHelen Marie Bridwell (b. 23 May 1924, d. 5 February 1991)
Pedigree Link

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book

Augustus Lincoln "Gus" Breeding1,2,3

F, #16329, b. 23 February 1921, d. 23 September 1991

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family: Zelda Lee DeVault (b. 17 July 1926, d. 12 January 1986)

DaughterLiving Breeding
SonKemp Breeding

BASIC FACTS

Augustus Lincoln "Gus" Breeding was born on 23 February 1921 in Sullivan Co., Tennessee.3 She and Zelda Lee DeVault were married on 15 July 1947 in Rossville, Walker Co., Georgia.4,5 Augustus Lincoln "Gus" Breeding died on 23 September 1991, at age 70, in Sullivan Co., Tennessee.6
Augustus Lincoln "Gus" Breeding was also known as Augusta Breeding.7 She had reference number 16617. She resided in of Kingsport, Sullivan Co., Tennessee.7 She was educated Attended Sullivan High School.5 World War II, U.S. Army, served three years including two years in the European Theater of Operations.5 She was an Employed by Tennessee Eastman Corporation.5

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Kingsport News (Kingsport, Tennessee); Tuesday, June 22, 1943; page 5 column 7; (Ancestry.com)

Gus Breeding, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Breeding, a former employe of Tennessee Eastman has been promoted from private first class to the class of corporal in the 652 Engineer Topographic Battalion at Camp Livingston, La., his commanding officer announced Monday.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Kingsport News (Kingsport, Tennessee); Sunday, 28 Aug 1955; page 1, by Bill Huff (Ancestry.com)

TWO KILLED IN AUTO CRASH
Two Others Hospitalized
BOONES CREEK -- Two men were fatally injured, one was critically injured and a fourth man was less seriously hurt in a head-on collision at the Boones creek-Jonesboro roads intersection here Saturday afternoon.
Dead Were:
Janes V. Breeding, 37, RFD Jonesboro and his brother-in-law Elon DeVault, about 25, Route 10, Kingsport. Breeding died of chest and head injuries about half an hour after reaching Memorial Hospital, Johnson City. DeVault also suffered head and chest injuries and died about six hours after being admitted to the hospital.
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See picture of smashed automobile on page 8-A
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In critical condition late Saturday night was john W. Correll, about 42, 128 Boone St., Jonesboro, who suffered chest injuries and head lacerations.
Less seriously hurt was Gus Breeding, 34, Bloomingdale Rd., Kingsport, brother of James and driver of the car, according to investigating officers. He was admitted to Memorial Hospital for treatment of small head lacerations.
The Washington County Sheriff's Department at Johnson City said a manslaughter charge had been placed against Breeding.
The accident occurred about 5 p.m. at a dangerous intersection about one forth mile off Route 23. Correll, a worker in heating units and guttering was alone in his 1948 model car and apparently driving towards Jonesboro.
The 1950 model car in which two were to be fatally hurt evidently was traveling towards Gray Station.
The roads leading to the intersection are straight.
The right front of the Breeding car struck the left front of Correll's vehicle, knocking it about 20 feet from the point of impact, according to the first person on the scene after the accident, Clarence Mattingly, an auto repairman from Jonesboro.
The Breeding car had stopped after breaking through a panel fence to the left of the road, Mattingly said, and two men lay near it, one whose feet were in the car and his head on the ground. He did not see a third man near or in the car, he said.
Correll was lying in the road curled up, Mattingly stated.
As others arrived and stopped, Mattingly advised Mrs. B. D. Young, whose home is nearby, to call an ambulance and the Highway Patrol. He said he also advised against moving any of the victims until an ambulance came.
Saturday's fatal crash was investigated by Sheriff John R. Deakins, Deputies Ed Phillips, Milt Sluder, and Chief Deputy Bill Taylor and Highway patrol Cpl. Jim Long.
James Breeding was a native of Sullivan County and an Air Force veteran of World War II. He owned and operated Williams Machine Shop at Litz Manor. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Janie Breeding; two children, Carolyn and Jimmy; his mother, Mrs. J. K. Breeding, Route 2, Kingsport; three brothers in addition to Gus - Ernest, Sydney and Kemper, all of Route 2, Kingsport; three sisters, Mrs. I. E. Bevins, Bristol, Mrs. Mabel Peters, San Diego, Calif. and Mrs. Parker Lovelace, Route 1, Kingsport.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Kingsport News (Kingsport, Tennessee); Monday, 29 Aug 1955; page 1 column 4; (Ancestry.com)

One Survivor Of Fatal Car Wreck 'Poor'
The two survivors of Saturday afternoon's fatal auto collision at he Boones Creek-Gray Station roads intersection in Washington County were reported "poor" and "fair" respectively at Memorial Hospital at Johnson City late Sunday.
The accident was fatal to Elon H. DeVault, 37, of Rock Springs Community, and James V. Breeding, 37, RFD Jonesboro. Both were passengers in a car driven by Gus Breeding, 34, Bloomingdale Road, listed Sunday in fair condition. He suffered head lacerations.
Still in poor condition was John W. Correll, about 42, 128 Boone Street, Jonesboro, driver and lone occupant of the second vehicle. Correll suffered chest and head injuries.
The Washington County Sheriff's Department reported a manslaughter charge would be placed against Breeding.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Kingsport News (Kingsport, Tennessee); Friday, January 13, 1956; page 1 column 1; (Ancestry.com):

Is Indicted In Manslaughter
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn., Jan. 12 -- Augustus L. Breeding, Route 1, Kingsport, today was indicted by the Washington County Grand Jury on a charge of manslaughter in connection with the traffic deaths last August of two men.
A warrant was issued Aug. 29 charging Breeding with manslaughter in the deaths of his brother, James V. Breeding, Rt. 5, Jonesboro, and Elon Devault, Rt. 10, Kingsport.
Augustus Breeding and John W. Correll, Johnson City, were injured in the accident.


MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT - Kingsport Times News (Kingsport, Tennessee); Sunday, July 27, 1947; page 3-B column 6; (Ancestry.com)

Miss Zelda DeVault Is Bride Of Augustus Breeding , July 16
The marriage of Miss Zelda Lee DeVault, daughter of Jesse C. DeVault, Rock Springs, and Augustus L. Breeding, son of J. K. Breeding, Route 2, Kingsport, was solemnized Wednesday July 16 at 11 o'clock in the morning in the First Baptist Church in Rossville, Ga. The Rev. E. V. Shivers officiated, using the double-ring ceremony.
The bride wore a street-length dress of egg shell crepe with brown accessories and a picture hat of brown straw with an open crown. Her corsage was a single yellow orchid.
The bride is a graduate of Sullivan High School and has been an employee of the Credit Service Bureau for the past 21 months.
Mr. Breeding attended Sullivan High School and served for three years in the U.S. Army, including 2 years in the E.T.O. He is now employed by Tennessee Eastman Corporation.
Mr. and Mrs. Breeding are making their home at 720 Fairview Avenue.

Citations

  1. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  2. [S5510] Genealogy prepared by Dan DeVault, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S6837] Genealogy prepared by radfordjs1 (Ancestry.com)
  4. [S8706] Marriage Records - Georgia, Walker County, Georgia Marriage Records
  5. [S8561] Marriage Announcement - Kingsport Times News (Kingsport, Tennessee); July 27, 1947; page 3-B column 6; (Ancestry.com)
  6. [S3926] Death Records - Tennessee, Tennessee State Archives (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  7. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book

Charles Harrison DeVault1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

M, #16330, b. 26 July 1889, d. 20 January 1973

Parents

FatherElbert Siebert DeVault (b. 25 December 1849, d. 23 May 1929)
MotherSarah Ellis Harrison (b. May 1862, d. 25 August 1905)
Pedigree Link

Family: Ida May Tuttle (b. 6 August 1896, d. 29 January 1956)

SonCharles Elbert "Charlie" DeVault+ (b. 6 November 1917, d. 1 September 2000)
SonDean Elmo DeVault+ (b. 30 July 1919, d. 19 August 1999)

BASIC FACTS

Charles Harrison DeVault was born on 26 July 1889 in Pittsfield, Pike Co., Illinois.1,10,4 He was born on 26 July 1890 in Pittsfield, Pike Co., Illinois.11 He and Ida May Tuttle were married about 1915.2 He died on 20 January 1973, at age 83, in Tarrant Co., Texas.12
Charles Harrison DeVault had reference number 16618. He was a Lineman - farmers mutual (1917); lineman for Electric Light (1920); Electrician for city (1930); line foreman (1935); owner - gas station (1940); filling station owner (1945, 1948.)2,3,7,8,9,13,11 His Social Security Number was 263-07-2968, issued: Florida, last residence: Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas.10 He was enumerated on the census in Pike County, Illinois (1900, 1910); Tazwell County, Illinois (1920); Palm Beach County, Florida (1930, 1935, 1940, 1945.) He was educated High School; completed 1 year of college.7,14 He resided in Peoria, Peoria Co., Illinois; Tremont, Tazwell Co., Illinois (1917); West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida (1931-1948); Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas (1954); Desoto, Dallas Co., Texas (1956.)13,14,15,16

Note in Letter from Franklin Hunt Broyles to Bessie Margaret DeVault dated 1933-05-10 says that they owned a service station in Lake Worth, Florida.

Citations

  1. [S461] 1900 Census, Illinois, Pike County
  2. [S1582] 1930 Census, Florida, Palm Beach County
  3. [S1172] 1920 Census, Illinois, Tazwell County
  4. [S5616] Genealogy prepared by Dewayne Perry (email address)
  5. [S12337] World War I Draft Registration Cards (1917 - 1918)
  6. [S819] 1910 Census, Indiana, Pike County
  7. [S2347] 1945 Census, Florida, Palm Beach County
  8. [S2055] 1940 Census, Florida, Palm Beach County
  9. [S2002] 1935 Census, Florida, Palm Beach County
  10. [S12037] Social Security Death Index, Source Medium: Book
  11. [S4853] Family information compiled by Janine Marie (Kramer) Richardson (sent to me by Shirley Yancey)
  12. [S2709] Birth/Death Records, Texas (Ancestry.com)
  13. [S12338] World War I Draft Registration Cards (Ancestry.com)
  14. [S5372] Genealogy prepared by Cathy Cook (Michael Kitzmiller DeVault File)
  15. [S3424] Death Certificate - Ida May (Tuttle) DeVault
  16. [S11554] Obituary - Schreiber Lucian Oakley

Lillie Etta Gillmore1,2,3,4,5

F, #16331, b. 3 December 1868

Parents

FatherEphriam Bradley Gillmore (b. 15 June 1843, d. 1 January 1914)
MotherMary Emily "Emma" Hunt (b. 9 November 1844, d. 17 May 1929)
Pedigree Link

Family: Joseph Turner Collom (b. 7 November 1869, d. 13 April 1938)

DaughterEthel Victoria Collom+ (b. 3 October 1898, d. July 1975)
SonVance Ralph Collom+ (b. 26 April 1902, d. 12 May 1989)
DaughterOtho Inez Collom+ (b. 18 March 1904, d. April 1981)

BASIC FACTS

Lillie Etta Gillmore was born on 3 December 1868 in Pike Co., Illinois.1,6 She was born on 3 December 1868 in Macoupin Co., Illinois.7 She and Joseph Turner Collom were married on 18 October 1897 in Kansas City, Jackson Co., Missouri.1,7 She died in Still alive in 1940. She was buried in Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington Co., Virginia.8
Lillie Etta Gillmore had reference number 16619. She resided in Arlington, Fairfax Co., Virginia (1929.)9 She was enumerated on the census in Barton County, Missouri (1870, 1880); Crawford County, Pennsylvania (1900, 1910); Alexandria County, Virginia (1920); Arlington City County (1930, 1940.)

Newland sayd that Lillie died on the 13 April 1938. This is the date that her daughter says that her father died on. I am guessing that Newland was incorrect.

Note: There is some confusion between the various census and SSDI records, etc. Sometimes the location is listed as Arlington, Arlington City County, Virginia, sometimes as Arlington, Alexandria County, Virginia and sometimes as Alexandria, Alexandria City County, Virgina and sometimes as Arlington, Fairfax County, Virginia.

GRAVE MARKER

JOSEPH T. LILLIE G.
1869 - 1938 1868 - 1963
COLLOM.

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S1465] 1920 Census, Virginia, Alexandria County, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S636] 1900 Census, Pennsylvania, Crawford County
  4. [S1961] 1930 Census, Virginia, Arlington City County
  5. [S2320] 1940 Census, Virginia, Arlington County
  6. [S6353] Genealogy prepared by Kit Veerkamp (email address)
  7. [S6298] Genealogy prepared by Kay Appleby (email address)
  8. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  9. [S10900] Obituary - Mary (Hunt) Gillmore

Nora Rachel Gillmore1,2,3,4,5

F, #16332, b. 14 February 1870, d. 2 September 1939

Parents

FatherEphriam Bradley Gillmore (b. 15 June 1843, d. 1 January 1914)
MotherMary Emily "Emma" Hunt (b. 9 November 1844, d. 17 May 1929)
Pedigree Link

Family: William James Brooks (b. March 1869, d. 1939)

SonLiving Brooks+

BASIC FACTS

Nora Rachel Gillmore was born on 14 February 1870 in Lamar, Barton Co., Missouri.6 She was born on 14 February 1871 in Lamar, Barton Co., Missouri.1,7 She and William James Brooks were licensed to wed on 25 February 1909 in Texas Co., Oklahoma.1,7,8 She and William James Brooks were married on 23 May 1909 in Texas Co., Oklahoma.9,10 She died on 2 September 1939, at age 69, in Kansas City, Jackson Co., Missouri.7,11 She died on 2 September 1939, at age 69, in Stockton, Rooks Co., Kansas.12
Nora Rachel Gillmore had reference number 16620. She resided in Kansas City, Jackson Co., Missouri (1929.)13 She was educated Lamar High School, Lamar, Barton Co., Missouri.7 She was enumerated on the census in Jackson County, Missouri (1900) Mendocino County, California (1910); Jackson County, Missouri (1920, 1930.) She was a Teacher - school (1900); seamstress (1920); seamstress - overall factory (1930.)2,3,4

Information from Patty Cook, 9303 N. Frances, Oklahoma City, OK 73114

Nora graduated from Lamar High School. She taught school in Barton Co., Missouri and Prairie Rose School, Barton Co., (or Bates Co.,) Missouri. She was married at her parents' home by K. McNier.


William and Nora are shown in the 1910 Census for Mendocino County, California with two sons from William's previous marriage. In their wedding announcement below, William is said to be a master mechanic at the round house at Fort Bragg, however, the 1900 Census says he was a brakeman and the 1910 Census say he was a night watchman at the round house. Their son Harold was born in California in 1912. In the 1920 Census Nora and Harold are shown living with her mother in Kansas City, Missouri. Nora is listed as being divorced. In 1930 Nora and Harold are still living in Kansas City. In the 1930 Census she is listed as being widowed.

WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT

Brooks-Gillmore Wedding
Married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. W. J. Brooks and Miss Nora Gillmore, on Sunday, May 23, 1909 at 10:30 a.m. Miss Nora Gillmore is well known in Texas county as an accomplished teacher and brilliant young lady. She has taught several years in Oklahoma, and has just closed a successful term at Prairie Rose. Miss Nora graduated at the Lamar High School, Lamar, Mo., and taught for a number of years in Barton county.
Her friends there together with numerous friends in Kansas City, (where she lived for several years) all join in wishing her a happy wedded life.
Mr. J. W. Brooks is an expert machinist and has a permanent position as master machinist at the round house at Fort Bragg, California. He also has a fruit farm near town where they expect to live.
The house was appropriately arranged for a quiet home wedding, Rev. K. McNier officiating.
Those present were the family and a few immediate friends of the bride.
Dinner was served at 11:30 after which the groom and bride, with a number of young people were taken to Optima where they took the train starting for their home beyond the Rocky Mountains going by the way of Kansas City. A number of the bride's friends from Gordon were at the depot to bid them good bye and to assist in the showering of rice which was so beautifully displayed as the train rolled into the depot.
All friends join in wishing them a safe and pleasant journey and a happy wedded life filled with joy and love. A Friend.

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S1290] 1920 Census, Missouri, Jackson County
  3. [S1770] 1930 Census, Missouri, Jackson County
  4. [S558] 1900 Census, Missouri, Jackson County
  5. [S733] 1910 Census, California, Mendocino County
  6. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  7. [S6555] Genealogy prepared by Mary (Fluts) Gillmore
  8. [S12294] Wedding Announcement - William James Brooks and Nora Rachel Gillmore
  9. [S7036] Genealogy prepared by Sandra Kay Appleby (RootsWeb)
  10. [S8833] Marriage Records: Oklahoma (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  11. [S3598] Death Certificate - Mary Emily (Hunt) Gillmore
  12. [S6729] Genealogy prepared by pacook47 (Ancestry.com)
  13. [S10900] Obituary - Mary (Hunt) Gillmore

Charles Edgar Gillmore1,2

M, #16333, b. 15 November 1872, d. 15 May 1880

Parents

FatherEphriam Bradley Gillmore (b. 15 June 1843, d. 1 January 1914)
MotherMary Emily "Emma" Hunt (b. 9 November 1844, d. 17 May 1929)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Charles Edgar Gillmore was born on 15 November 1872 in Lamar, Barton Co., Missouri.1 He died on 15 May 1880, at age 7, in Missouri.1,2 He died on 15 May 1880, at age 7, in Missouri City, Fort Bend Co., Texas.3
Charles Edgar Gillmore had reference number 16621. He resided in Wichita, Kansas.4

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  3. [S6729] Genealogy prepared by pacook47 (Ancestry.com)
  4. [S10900] Obituary - Mary (Hunt) Gillmore

Lula Bell Gillmore1,2,3,4,5,6

F, #16334, b. 3 March 1874, d. 24 March 1933

Parents

FatherEphriam Bradley Gillmore (b. 15 June 1843, d. 1 January 1914)
MotherMary Emily "Emma" Hunt (b. 9 November 1844, d. 17 May 1929)
Pedigree Link

Family: Charles Sylvester "Bob" Collins (b. 2 February 1861, d. 22 February 1911)

DaughterCarolina Janet "Janet" Collins (b. 10 April 1898, d. 5 May 1990)
DaughterThelma Madeline "Madeline" Collins+ (b. 22 April 1901, d. 25 September 1990)
DaughterElla Mae Collins+ (b. 7 July 1904, d. 17 June 1995)
SonElton R. Collins+ (b. 5 July 1910, d. 17 January 1997)

BASIC FACTS

Lula Bell Gillmore was born on 3 March 1874 in Lamar, Burton Co., Missouri.1 She and Charles Sylvester "Bob" Collins were married on 24 December 1896 in Lamar, Burton Co., Missouri.1,2 She and Unknown Gregory were married after 1912.7 She and Unknown Gregory were divorced before 1920. She died on 24 March 1933, at age 59, in Oklahoma.1,2,8 She was buried in Elmhurst Cemetery, Guymon, Texas Co., Oklahoma.9
Lula Bell Gillmore had reference number 16622. She resided in Stillwater, Payne Co., Oklahoma (1929.)7 She was enumerated on the census in Jackson County, Missouri (1900); Baca County, Colorado (1910); Texas County, Oklahoma (1920); Payne County, Oklahoma (1930.) She was a Laundress - working at home (1920); cook - restaurant (1930.)3,6

GRAVE MARKER

LULA GREGORY
MAR. 3, 1894
MAR. 24, 1933.


Lula Bell's descendants say her second husband was called "Mr. Gregory" or "Old Man Gregory." They were not married very long as they were divorced before she left Stonington, Colorado.

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  3. [S1386] 1920 Census, Oklahoma, Texas County
  4. [S742] 1910 Census, Colorado, Baca County
  5. [S558] 1900 Census, Missouri, Jackson County
  6. [S1874] 1930 Census, Oklahoma, Payne County
  7. [S10900] Obituary - Mary (Hunt) Gillmore
  8. [S6555] Genealogy prepared by Mary (Fluts) Gillmore
  9. [S4741] Email from Weslie Collins Lamb Murray dated November 14, 2004

Lide Otho "Otho" Gillmore1,2,3,4,5,6

F, #16335, b. 12 March 1876, d. 22 October 1966

Parents

FatherEphriam Bradley Gillmore (b. 15 June 1843, d. 1 January 1914)
MotherMary Emily "Emma" Hunt (b. 9 November 1844, d. 17 May 1929)
Pedigree Link

Family: Ernest Elmer Frost (b. 20 January 1875, d. 25 February 1937)

DaughterViola Marguerite "Marguerite" Frost+ (b. 1 March 1910, d. 29 October 1999)
DaughterEdna Otho Frost+ (b. 11 January 1913, d. 10 June 2001)
SonErnest Elmer Frost, Jr.+ (b. 13 March 1916, d. 12 June 1992)

BASIC FACTS

Lide Otho "Otho" Gillmore was born on 12 March 1876 in Lamar, Barton Co., Missouri.1 She and Ernest Elmer Frost were married on 11 April 1909 in Hooker, Texas Co., Oklahoma.1,2 She died on 25 February 1937, at age 60.2 She died on 22 October 1966, at age 90, in Denver, Denver Co., Colorado.7
Lide Otho "Otho" Gillmore had reference number 16623. She resided in Denver, Denver Co., Colorado (1929.)8 She was a Teacher - school (1900.)3 She was enumerated on the census in Jackson County, Missouri (1900); Delta County, Colorado (1910, 1920); Denver County, Colorado (1930.)

Information from Patty Cook, 9303 N. Frances, Oklahoma City, OK 73114

Otho and Ernest Frost lived in Cedar Mesa when her father passed away in Lubbock, Texas in 1914.

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S6555] Genealogy prepared by Mary (Fluts) Gillmore
  3. [S558] 1900 Census, Missouri, Jackson County
  4. [S745] 1910 Census, Colorado, Delta County
  5. [S1569] 1930 Census, Colorado, Denver County
  6. [S1119] 1920 Census, Colorado, Delta County
  7. [S6729] Genealogy prepared by pacook47 (Ancestry.com)
  8. [S10900] Obituary - Mary (Hunt) Gillmore

Jacob Elmer Gillmore1,2,3,4,5

M, #16336, b. 27 March 1877, d. 17 April 1957

Parents

FatherEphriam Bradley Gillmore (b. 15 June 1843, d. 1 January 1914)
MotherMary Emily "Emma" Hunt (b. 9 November 1844, d. 17 May 1929)
Pedigree Link

Family: Verdia Ellena Mae "Verdie" Weaver (b. 3 January 1893, d. 15 March 1975)

DaughterOpal Irene Gillmore+ (b. 30 October 1910, d. 1 February 1941)
DaughterEthel Emily Gillmore+ (b. 1 January 1914, d. 28 October 1999)
SonElmer Bruce Gillmore (b. 25 March 1919, d. 21 September 1925)
DaughterEtta Evelyn Gillmore+ (b. 15 February 1925, d. 9 September 2018)
SonEdgar Egbert Gillmore+ (b. 15 February 1925, d. 19 April 2019)
SonRoy Lee Gillmore+ (b. 27 August 1935)

BASIC FACTS

Jacob Elmer Gillmore was born on 27 March 1877 in Lamar, Barton Co., Missouri.1 He and Verdia Ellena Mae "Verdie" Weaver were married on 29 August 1909 in Dague Community, Hooker, Texas Co., Oklahoma.1,6,7 He died on 7 April 1957, at age 80.6 He died on 17 April 1957, at age 80, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., Oklahoma.8,9,10 He was buried in Britton Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., Oklahoma.9
Jacob Elmer Gillmore had reference number 16624. He resided in Central Twp., Barton Co., Missouri (1880); Kansas City, Jackson Co., Missouri (1900); Fort Cobb, Caddo Co., Oklahoma (1929.)11,6 He was enumerated on the census in Jackson County, Missouri (1900); Baca County, Colorado (1910); Texas County, Oklahoma (1920); Wagoner County, Oklahoma (1930.) He was a Farm laborer (1900); farmer - general farming (1910 - 1930.)2,3,4,5

GRAVE MARKER

GILLMORE
"POP" "MOM"
JACOB E. VERDIA E.
MAR. 27, 1877 JAN. 3, 1893
APR. 17, 1957 MAR. 29, 1975
"PRECIOUS IN THE SIGHT OF THE LORD IS THE DEATH OF HIS SAINTS" PSALMS 116: 15.


Information from Patty Cook, 9303 N. Frances, Oklahoma City, OK 73114

Jacob married Verdia at her parents' home near Dague Community, Hooker, Texas Co., Oklahoma. Mr. Martin of Hooker conducted the ceremony.

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S742] 1910 Census, Colorado, Baca County
  3. [S558] 1900 Census, Missouri, Jackson County
  4. [S1877] 1930 Census, Oklahoma, Wagoner County
  5. [S1386] 1920 Census, Oklahoma, Texas County
  6. [S7036] Genealogy prepared by Sandra Kay Appleby (RootsWeb)
  7. [S8833] Marriage Records: Oklahoma (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  8. [S6555] Genealogy prepared by Mary (Fluts) Gillmore
  9. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  10. [S6729] Genealogy prepared by pacook47 (Ancestry.com)
  11. [S10900] Obituary - Mary (Hunt) Gillmore

M.A. LL.B William Bruce Gillmore1,2,3,4,5,6

M, #16337, b. 28 July 1880, d. 25 October 1966

Parents

FatherEphriam Bradley Gillmore (b. 15 June 1843, d. 1 January 1914)
MotherMary Emily "Emma" Hunt (b. 9 November 1844, d. 17 May 1929)
Pedigree Link

Family: Vivienne Abbott (b. 4 February 1888, d. 17 December 1947)

SonDeem Abbott Gillmore (b. 2 June 1922, d. 6 January 1998)

BASIC FACTS

M.A. LL.B William Bruce Gillmore was born on 28 July 1880 in Lamar, Barton Co., Missouri.7 He and Vivienne Abbott were married on 26 December 1912 in Greeley, Weld Co., Colorado.7 He died on 25 October 1966, at age 86, in Falls Church, Falls Church City Co., Virginia.
M.A. LL.B William Bruce Gillmore had reference number 16625. He resided in Washington, District of Columbia (1929); 1240 N. Vermont St. Arlington, Arlington Co., Virginia.8,9 He was a Baker (1900); principal - public school (1910); Government worker; Income Tax - U.S. Treasury (1930); auditor-examiner - Internal Revenue Service (1940, 1942.)7,3,4,5,9,6 He was enumerated on the census in Jackson County, Missouri (1900); Meade County, Kansas (1910); Arlington County, Virginia (1930, 1940.)

William Gillmore compiled and published "A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements" in 1954. He exchanged much information with Newland DeVault.

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  3. [S1961] 1930 Census, Virginia, Arlington City County
  4. [S558] 1900 Census, Missouri, Jackson County
  5. [S2320] 1940 Census, Virginia, Arlington County
  6. [S846] 1910 Census, Kansas, Meade County
  7. [S12020] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  8. [S10900] Obituary - Mary (Hunt) Gillmore
  9. [S12344] World War II Draft Registration Cards (Ancestry.com)

Julia Hunt Gillmore1,2,3,4,5,6

F, #16338, b. 4 October 1881, d. 6 January 1975

Parents

FatherEphriam Bradley Gillmore (b. 15 June 1843, d. 1 January 1914)
MotherMary Emily "Emma" Hunt (b. 9 November 1844, d. 17 May 1929)
Pedigree Link

Family: William M. "Will" Patterson (b. November 1885, d. between 1933 and 1940)

DaughterLiving Patterson+
SonThomas B. Patterson (b. 27 October 1912, d. June 1976)
SonHoward Russell Patterson+ (b. 8 August 1915, d. 19 August 1971)
SonMarvin A. Patterson+ (b. 30 September 1918, d. April 1995)

BASIC FACTS

Julia Hunt Gillmore was born on 4 October 1881 in Lamar, Barton Co., Missouri.7 She and William M. "Will" Patterson were married on 12 January 1912 in Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska.4 She died on 6 January 1975, at age 93, in Yakima, Yakima Co., Washington.8,9
Julia Hunt Gillmore had reference number 16626. She resided in Tacoma, Pierce Co., Washington (1929.)10 She was enumerated on the census in Jackson County, Missouri (1900); Baca County, Colorado (1910); Montrose County, Colorado (1920); Pottawattamie County (1925); Yakima County, Washington (1930, 1940.) She was a Seamstress - sewing room (1940.)6

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S742] 1910 Census, Colorado, Baca County
  3. [S558] 1900 Census, Missouri, Jackson County
  4. [S1508] 1925 Census, Iowa, Pottawattamie County
  5. [S1123] 1920 Census, Colorado, Montrose County
  6. [S2333] 1940 Census, Washington, Yakima County
  7. [S12020] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  8. [S8373] LDS Ancestral File - Ver. 4.19, Source Medium: Book
  9. [S6729] Genealogy prepared by pacook47 (Ancestry.com)
  10. [S10900] Obituary - Mary (Hunt) Gillmore

Clyde Ephriam Gillmore1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, #16339, b. 18 November 1885, d. 14 January 1977

Parents

FatherEphriam Bradley Gillmore (b. 15 June 1843, d. 1 January 1914)
MotherMary Emily "Emma" Hunt (b. 9 November 1844, d. 17 May 1929)
Pedigree Link

Family: Mary M. "Mattie" Walker (b. June 1888, d. 1950)

SonVance Eldon Gillmore+ (b. 8 December 1909, d. 20 September 1997)

BASIC FACTS

Clyde Ephriam Gillmore was born on 18 November 1885 in Lamar, Barton Co., Missouri.8 He and Mary M. "Mattie" Walker were married on 27 January 1909.8 He died on 14 January 1977, at age 91, in Fort Worth, Tarrant Co., Texas.9 He was buried in Greenwood Memorial Park and Mausoleun, Fort Worth, Tarrant Co., Texas.9
Clyde Ephriam Gillmore was also known as Clyde Ephraim Gillmore.10 He had reference number 16627. He resided in Morton Co., Kansas (1917, 1918); Wichita, Sedgwick Co., Kansas (1929.)1,11 His Social Security Number was 463-32-5836, issued: Texas, last residence: Fort Worth, Tarrant Co., Texas.12 He was enumerated on the census in Jackson County, Missouri (1900); Baca County, Colorado (1910); Morton County, Kansas (1920); Sedgwick County, Kansas (1925, 1930); Tom Green County, Texas (1940.) He was a Farmer - general farming (1910); ice manufacturer - works for self (1918); Broom ? (1920); agent - life insurance (1925); engineer of conservation work - fire insurance (1930); general agent - life insurance (1940.)2,4,6,11,7

GRAVE MARKER

CLYDE E. GILLMORE
1885 - 1977.

Citations

  1. [S12016] Registration Cards 1917-18, Morton Co., Kansas
  2. [S742] 1910 Census, Colorado, Baca County
  3. [S558] 1900 Census, Missouri, Jackson County
  4. [S1236] 1920 Census, Kansas, Morton County
  5. [S1523] 1925 Census, Kansas, Sedgwick County
  6. [S1709] 1930 Census, Kansas, Sedgwick County
  7. [S2314] 1940 Census, Texas, Tom Greene County
  8. [S12020] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  9. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  10. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  11. [S12338] World War I Draft Registration Cards (Ancestry.com)
  12. [S12037] Social Security Death Index, Source Medium: Book

Joseph Turner Collom1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

M, #16340, b. 7 November 1869, d. 13 April 1938

Parents

FatherWilliam Collom
MotherMina Lodima Miller (b. February 1844)
Pedigree Link

Family: Lillie Etta Gillmore (b. 3 December 1868)

DaughterEthel Victoria Collom+ (b. 3 October 1898, d. July 1975)
SonVance Ralph Collom+ (b. 26 April 1902, d. 12 May 1989)
DaughterOtho Inez Collom+ (b. 18 March 1904, d. April 1981)

BASIC FACTS

Joseph Turner Collom was born on 7 November 1869 in Geneva, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania.10,3,11 He and Lillie Etta Gillmore were married on 18 October 1897 in Kansas City, Jackson Co., Missouri.12,2 He died on 13 April 1938, at age 68, in Arlington, Arlington Co., Virginia.11 He was buried in Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington Co., Virginia.13
Joseph Turner Collom had reference number 16628. He resided in of Pennsylvania.12 He was a Farmer - general farming (1900, 1910); agent - Murrey Company (1920.)3,4,5 He was enumerated on the census in Crawford County, Pennsylvania (1870, 1880, 1900, 1910); Alexandria County, Virginia (1920); Arlington City County (1930.)

The Collum family traces its ancestry back to William, The Conqueror of England. A picture of their Coat of Arms is still in the family.

GRAVE MARKER

JOSEPH T. LILLIE G.
1869 - 1938 1868 - 1963
COLLOM.

Citations

  1. [S10900] Obituary - Mary (Hunt) Gillmore
  2. [S6298] Genealogy prepared by Kay Appleby (email address)
  3. [S1465] 1920 Census, Virginia, Alexandria County, Source Medium: Book
  4. [S636] 1900 Census, Pennsylvania, Crawford County
  5. [S980] 1910 Census, Pennsylvania, Crawford County
  6. [S195] 1870 Census, Pennsylvania, Crawford County
  7. [S343] 1880 Census, Pennsylvania, Crawford County
  8. [S1961] 1930 Census, Virginia, Arlington City County
  9. [S7407] Genealogy prepared by whitetail99 (Ancestry.com)
  10. [S7036] Genealogy prepared by Sandra Kay Appleby (RootsWeb)
  11. [S3143] DAR Application - Otho Inez (Collom) Meeds (DAR Number 492734)
  12. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  13. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book

Ethel Victoria Collom1,2,3,4,5

F, #16341, b. 3 October 1898, d. July 1975

Parents

FatherJoseph Turner Collom (b. 7 November 1869, d. 13 April 1938)
MotherLillie Etta Gillmore (b. 3 December 1868)
Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Ethel Victoria Collom was born on 3 October 1898 in Pennsylvania.6,7 She was born on 3 November 1898 in Pennsylvania.8 She died in July 1975, at age 76, in Virginia.9,7
Ethel Victoria Collom had reference number 16629. She was enumerated on the census in Crawford County, Pennsylvania (1900, 1910); Alexandria County, Virginia (1920); Arlington City County, Virginia (1930.) Her Social Security Number was 226-58-3339, issued: Virginia, last residence: Alexandria, Alexandria City Co., Virginia.9

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S1465] 1920 Census, Virginia, Alexandria County, Source Medium: Book
  3. [S636] 1900 Census, Pennsylvania, Crawford County
  4. [S980] 1910 Census, Pennsylvania, Crawford County
  5. [S1961] 1930 Census, Virginia, Arlington City County
  6. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  7. [S6353] Genealogy prepared by Kit Veerkamp (email address)
  8. [S7036] Genealogy prepared by Sandra Kay Appleby (RootsWeb)
  9. [S12037] Social Security Death Index, Source Medium: Book

Living Riley

M, #16342

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family: Ethel Victoria Collom (b. 3 October 1898, d. July 1975)

SonLiving Riley

Living Riley

M, #16343

Parents

FatherLiving Riley
MotherEthel Victoria Collom (b. 3 October 1898, d. July 1975)
Pedigree Link

Vance Ralph Collom1,2,3,4

M, #16344, b. 26 April 1902, d. 12 May 1989

Parents

FatherJoseph Turner Collom (b. 7 November 1869, d. 13 April 1938)
MotherLillie Etta Gillmore (b. 3 December 1868)
Pedigree Link

Family 1: Living Force

DaughterLiving Collom+

Family 2: Alice Elizabeth Ludlum (b. 16 February 1907, d. 13 October 1997)

SonLiving Collon+
DaughterLiving Collon

BASIC FACTS

Vance Ralph Collom was born on 26 April 1902 in Pennsylvania.1,5 He and Alice Elizabeth Ludlum were married on 17 February 1934.5 He died on 12 May 1989, at age 87, in Nokomis, Sarasota Co., Florida.6
Vance Ralph Collom had reference number 16632. His Social Security Number was 091-05-9008, issued: New York.6 He was enumerated on the census in Crawford County, Pennsylvania (1910); Dominican Republic (Military and Naval Forces) (1920); Bergen County, New Jersey (1930.) U.S. Marine Corps, served in the Dominican Republic (1920), corporal, Squadron D.3 He was a Manager - Merchandice store (1930.)4

Citations

  1. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  2. [S980] 1910 Census, Pennsylvania, Crawford County
  3. [S1130] 1920 Census, Dominican Republic (Military and Naval Forces)
  4. [S1807] 1930 Census, New Jersey, Bergen County
  5. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  6. [S6516] Genealogy prepared by Marie (Wiget) Veerkamp (Ancestry.com)

Living Force

F, #16345

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family: Vance Ralph Collom (b. 26 April 1902, d. 12 May 1989)

DaughterLiving Collom+

Living Collom

F, #16346

Parents

FatherVance Ralph Collom (b. 26 April 1902, d. 12 May 1989)
MotherLiving Force
Pedigree Link

Family: Fenton George Usher (b. 7 January 1919, d. 14 April 2010)

SonLiving Usher
DaughterLiving Usher

Fenton George Usher1,2,3

M, #16347, b. 7 January 1919, d. 14 April 2010

Parents

Pedigree Link

BASIC FACTS

Fenton George Usher was born on 7 January 1919 in Glen Ridge, Essex Co., New Jersey.2,1,3 He died on 14 April 2010, at age 91, in Bradenton, Manatee Co., Florida.1 He was buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington City Co., Virginia.4
Fenton George Usher had reference number 16635. He resided in of New Jersey.5 He was enumerated on the census in Essex County, New Jersey (1920, 1930.) World War II, U.S. Army Air Force, TSGT.4,3 He was an Accountant with the U.S. Department of the Interior (joined the U.S. Geological Survey as a budget and finance officer, later helped introduce computers to handle the Interior Department's payroll and credit needs (late 1940s to 1976.)3 He was educated Attended several universities in the Washington, DC area.3

OBITUARY - The Washington Post, April 18, 2010

USHER FENTON G. USHER 1/7/1919 - 4/14/2010 Survivors include his wife of 67 years, Wilma Joyce Usher; son, David; daughter, Donna; and granddaughter, Amanda. Services at Freedom Village Auditorium, Bradenton, FL on Wednesday, April 21 at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer''s Association or Tidewell Hospice.

OBITUARY - The Washington Post, April 19, 2010

Fenton G. Usher Accountant
Fenton G. Usher, 91, a longtime accountant with the Interior Department,
died April 14 [2010] at a nursing home in Bradenton, Fla. He had Alzheimer's
disease.
Mr. Usher joined the U.S. Geological Survey in the late 1940s as a budget
and finance officer. He later helped introduce computers to handle the
Interior Department's payroll and credit needs. He retired in 1976 and moved
to Florida.
Fenton George Usher was born in Glen Ridge, N.J., and attended several
universities in the Washington area.
He worked for the government before joining the Army Air Forces during World
War II.
Survivors include his wife of 67 years, Wilma Collom Usher, of Bradenton;
two children, David Usher of Brattleboro, Vt., and Donna West of Bradenton;
and one granddaughter.

GRAVE MARKER

FENTON G
USHER
TSGT USA
1919 2010.

Citations

  1. [S7407] Genealogy prepared by whitetail99 (Ancestry.com)
  2. [S6353] Genealogy prepared by Kit Veerkamp (email address)
  3. [S9855] Obituary - Fenton George Usher
  4. [S4861] Find A Grave (Internet), Source Medium: Book
  5. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book

Living Usher

M, #16348

Parents

FatherFenton George Usher (b. 7 January 1919, d. 14 April 2010)
MotherLiving Collom
Pedigree Link

Living Usher

F, #16349

Parents

FatherFenton George Usher (b. 7 January 1919, d. 14 April 2010)
MotherLiving Collom
Pedigree Link

Alice Elizabeth Ludlum1

F, #16350, b. 16 February 1907, d. 13 October 1997

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family: Vance Ralph Collom (b. 26 April 1902, d. 12 May 1989)

SonLiving Collon+
DaughterLiving Collon

BASIC FACTS

Alice Elizabeth Ludlum was born on 16 February 1907 in New Jersey.1 She and Vance Ralph Collom were married on 17 February 1934.2 She died on 13 October 1997, at age 90, in Tampa, Hillsborough Co., Florida.1
Alice Elizabeth Ludlum was also known as Elizabeth Ethel Ledlum.3,4 She had reference number 16638. She resided in of New Jersey.3 She was enumerated on the census in Essex County, New Jersey (1910, 1920.)1

Citations

  1. [S7407] Genealogy prepared by whitetail99 (Ancestry.com)
  2. [S2717] Book: A DeVault Genealogy with Gillmore and Hunt Supplements by William B. Gillmore, 1954
  3. [S12019] Report on Henry Dewald and Family by Newland DeVault dated 1975, Source Medium: Book
  4. [S6353] Genealogy prepared by Kit Veerkamp (email address)