George Elbert Wirt1,2,3,4

M, b. October 21, 1906, d. September 24, 1973
FatherOscar Brainard Wirt1,2,5,3,4 b. March 23, 1883, d. April 25, 1962
MotherIda Susan Woolwine1,2,5,3,4 b. December 10, 1885, d. September 23, 1965
     His Social Security Number was 226-01-1752.6 George Elbert Wirt was buried at Sherwood Burial Park, 1045 Lynchburg Turnpike, Salem, Roanoke Co., Virginia.4 He married Annie Elizabeth Martin, daughter of Frank Harmon Martin and Inez Mae Epperly.4 George Elbert Wirt was born on October 21, 1906 at McDowell Co., West Virginia.6,4,3 He married Pearl Ora Gray on November 7, 1943 at Roanoke, Virginia.3,4 George Elbert Wirt died on September 24, 1973 at Roanoke, Virginia, at age 66.6,4

Census Records

1910Dwelling 320, District 99, Christiansburg, Montgomery Co., Virginia1
1920Dwelling 53, District 114, Christiansburg, Montgomery Co., Virginia2
1940Dwelling 67, District 81-20, Salem, Roanoke Co., Virginia5

Occupation

1940State highway laborer5

Family 1

Annie Elizabeth Martin b. August 5, 1907, d. May 13, 1933
Marriage*George Elbert Wirt married Annie Elizabeth Martin, daughter of Frank Harmon Martin and Inez Mae Epperly.4 
Children
  • Brainard Ray Wirt5,3
  • Irene Loretta Wirt5

Family 2

Pearl Ora Gray b. June 29, 1900, d. January 3, 1981
Marriage*George Elbert Wirt married Pearl Ora Gray on November 7, 1943 at Roanoke, Virginia.3,4 

Citations

  1. [S205] National Archives and Records Administration, 1910 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S5130] Virginia Department of Health, Virginia, Marriage Records, 1936-2014.
  4. [S5149] Virginia Department of Health, Virginia, Death Records, 1912-2014.
  5. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.
  6. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.

Ethel Mae Cecil1,2

F, b. November 28, 1906, d. July 29, 1979
     Her Social Security Number was 232-46-0850.3 Ethel Mae Cecil was born on November 28, 1906 at West Virginia.1,3,4 As of March 3, 1930,her married name was Woolwine.2 She married Brainard Floyd Woolwine, son of Charlie Lee Woolwine and Doshia Emma Spradlin, on March 3, 1930 at Modoc, Greenbrier Co., West Virginia.2,5 Ethel Mae Cecil died on July 29, 1979 at Flint, Genesee Co., Michigan, at age 72.3,4

Census Records

1940Dwelling 70, District 28-45, Rock, Mercer Co., West Virginia6

Family

Brainard Floyd Woolwine b. February 20, 1905, d. January 20, 1973
Marriage*Ethel Mae Cecil married Brainard Floyd Woolwine, son of Charlie Lee Woolwine and Doshia Emma Spradlin, on March 3, 1930 at Modoc, Greenbrier Co., West Virginia.2,5 
Children

Citations

  1. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S996] West Virginia Division of Culture and History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/, From the Woolwine-Cecil marriage record.
  3. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.
  4. [S918] Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records, Michigan Death Index, 1971-1996.
  5. [S5149] Virginia Department of Health, Virginia, Death Records, 1912-2014.
  6. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.
  7. [S3196] Radford News Journal, From the Brainard Floyd Woolwine obituary in the Jan 22, 1973 edition.
  8. [S2056] Flint Journal, The, Flint, MI, From the Sylvia Loretta Perkins obituary in the Mar 1, 2014 edition.
  9. [S5144] Elkhart Truth, The, From the Paul L. Woolwine obituary in the Dec 12, 2012 edition.
  10. [S345] Bluefield Daily Telegraph, From the Bill R. Woolwine, Sr. obituary in the Oct 13, 1998 edition.
  11. [S5130] Virginia Department of Health, Virginia, Marriage Records, 1936-2014.
  12. [S5223] Social Security Administration, U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.
  13. [S5144] Elkhart Truth, The, From the Peggy Ann Vest obituary in the Jan 10, 2013 edition.
  14. [S2056] Flint Journal, The, Flint, MI, From the Robert L. Woolwine obituary in the Aug 18, 2009 edition.

John Handley1,2

M, b. circa 1746, d. January 13, 1811
FatherWilliam Handley1,2 d. 1756
MotherMargaret Unknown1,2
     John Handley was buried at Green Hill Cemetery, Union, Monroe Co., West Virginia.1,3 He This paper was put together by Mary Mortimeyer and her sister, Frances Revesz, and was written for the descendants of James Handley, son of John Handley I, progenitor of many of the Handley's in America. We will call this John Handley "John Handley I" Mary has more information available about the rest of John's family.



It is said, although we have no proof, that John Handley I and his brother, William Handley, were Scotch-Irish Presbyterians from Ireland. John Handley, his wife, William Handley and his wife migrated to America about 1741. Apparently they lived in South Carolina and North Carolina at some periods, but we am not sure when. It appears that James Handley came with John and William and was their father. They first appeared in New Castle County, Delaware about 1745. Pennsylvania and Delaware had a boundary dispute for many years, therefore New Castle was also shown as being within Pennsylvania borders at times before the dispute was settled. In 1746, they settled in Virginia on the Staunton River.



Va. Mag of Hist. & Biography Vol 31, page 249



"John and William Handley, weavers by trade, on March 14, 1746, executed their bond to Charles Tennett of Mill Creek Hundred and County of New Castle, Minister of the Gospel for 26 pounds 18 schilling."



"Bond witnessed by Thomas Cochran, Margaret Cochran and William McCue, or McCord. On January 1748, Mr. Tennett assigned this note to Thos. Boggs, and who in turn assigned the note to Thomas Thompson of Augusta Co., Va. Thomas Thompson and the Handleys moved to Augusta County prior to 1755. See Thompson vs. Handly Court Papers 401."



Tax Lists December 1745 John Handley, Christiana 100 in New Castle, Delaware.



John Handley's name first appeared in the official records of Augusta County, Virginia, on November 26, 1751, this was the date of the deed in which he purchased 257 acres from Benjamin Border for 15 pounds.The land was located on the Broad Spring Run (Back Creek) adjoining land of Joseph Kennedy (Northern area of present Rockbridge County, Virginia)



John and three other men viewed (laid out, constructed and maintained) a road in the Calfpasture District after being appointed to do so by the County Court on May 20, 1752 (Near present Goshen, Virginia.) .



John Handley's brother, William Handley, died in 1756, in Augusta County, Virginia leaving a wife and four small children. William's wife toiled the farm, raised her children and at intervals sent them to a country school. We are not sure when she died, but we do know that it was after 1788. In 1788, she was living with Samuel and his family in Washington County on the banks of the Chucky River. Their children were;



1. John Handley, born about 1746 in Augusta County, Virginia, married Mary Harrison, daughter of Colonel Benjamin Harrison of Cumberland County, Virginia, about 1768. died January 18, 1811. He became a prominent citizen of Monroe Co., where his name appears on record books associated with his cousins, Archibald Handley, James Handley and Alexander Handley. Surveys of Botecourt County show he purchased land on Indian Creek, now Monroe County, West Virginia., with his cousin, Archibald Handley, in 1774. He, also, owned land in Jefferson County, Virginia. His home in Monroe County was called Handley's Fort. This was not a government fort, but a fortified house, where his family lived and neighbors gathered for a place of safety during Indian raids. It is not known exactly when the fort was built, but the date was prior to 1779, as records show that the Pauley family set out on their ill-fated trip to Kentucky from this fort in the fall of 1779. The fort stood less than a hundred yards from where the County Infirmary of Monroe is now. In 1939 some of the old logs were still there with a great clump of rose bushes. John fought in Captain John Lewis's Company in the Battle of Point Pleasant in 1774. He was a Lieutenant under General George Rogers Clark in 1782/1783. He died in Greenbrier County, West Virginia and is buried in Green Hill Cemetery at Union, Monroe County, West Virginia According to family history, Mary was a relative of President William Henry Harrison and of Benjamin Harrison, signer of the Declaration of Independence. Mary was killed by a team of runaway oxen which she tried to stop and drive into the barnyard gate on December 4, 1829. She is buried in the Guyandotte Cemetery near Charleston, West Virginia, where she had gone to make her home with her son, Isaac Handley, after her husband's death. John and Mary had twelve children. They were;



· a. William Handley, born in 1769, married Mary Margaret Henderson on November 10, 1788 in Monroe County, West Virginia by Reverend John McCue.



· b. John Handley Jr, born in 1770, married Precious Gutherie Elder on May 13, 1794 in Monroe County, West Virginia.



· c. Margaret Handley, born in 1772, married Samuel Clark on March 20, 1786, died in 1857.



· d. Alexander Handley, born in 1774, married first, Anna Reynolds, married Harriet Fauls Burk on May 22, 1822 in Monroe County, West Virginia. Alexander died in Lafayette County, Missouri in July 1848. Harriet returned to Union West Virginia and died there on November 26, 1860. She is buried in Lewisburg, West Virginia.



· e. Samuel Handley, born 1776, married Sarah Walker Harman on April 10, 1797 in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, died in 1851.



· f. James Handley, born in 1778, married Mary Burke on December 10, 1812, died October 29, 1840.



· g. Archibald Handley, born in 1780, married Susan Kincaid on October 14, 1801, died in 1858.



· h. Nancy Handley, born in 1782, married Thomas Akins on April 4, 1805 in Monroe County, West Virginia.



· i. Sarah Handley, born in 1784, married Humphrey Keyes in 1803, died May 29, 1846 near Manhattan, Kansas while enroute to California with the Reed and Donner Party.



· j. Elizabeth Handley, born in 1786, married Andrew Woods Walker on January 10, 1804, died November 15, 1861.



· k. Isaac Handley, born November 4, 1788, married Kate Wylie in 1809, died April 11, 1877 in Kanawha County, West Virginia.



· l. Walker Handley.



2. Nancy Handley. Nancy was captured by Indians and held five years and was not normal after her release.



3. Samuel Handley, born September 17, 1751, on the Staunton River, Botetourt County, Virginia. A short time after his birth, his family moved to Greenbrier County, where he spent his boyhood. His father, William Handley died in 1756, when Samuel was five years old. In 1764, there was an outbreak of Indian hostilities and Samuel enlisted in in a unit commanded by Colonel William Fleming. They proceed to a site at the junction of the Ohio River and the Kanawha River, where the Indians entrapped them. The only alternative was to fight their way out. Samuel got his first taste of battle. The battle lasted eight hours and finally the Indians gave way in confusion, leaving about 400 of their warriors dead. The loss for the settlers was 75 killed and 240 wounded. All of the officers of the unit were killed. After the battle, Samuel returned to farming and going to school.



Samuel married first, Mary Adams, daughter of John and Agnes Adams. Mary died about 1779. As far as we know, there was no children from this marriage.



When the Revolutionary War began, Samuel enlisted in the service of the colonies. He was in Christian's campaign of 1776. In 1777 and 1778, Samuel was engaged in fighting Indians. In 1779, he was in Evan Shelby's expedition. He was private in Colonel William Campbell's command at the Battle of Kings Mountain on October 7, 1780. He was a sergeant in General Daniel Morgan's command in the Battle of Cowpens on January 17, 1781. Later that year he was in Colonel John Sevier's command.



At the close of the war, Samuel went to South Carolina and married, second, Susannah (Susan) Cowan, daughter of Robert Cowan and Susan Wood, on February 4, 1782. He had met Susannah while he was in Sevier's command. A short time after their marriage, Samuel and Susannah moved to Washington County in East Tennesse on the banks of the Chucky River. They lived there until 1797.



When the War with the Cherokee Indians and the Spaniards broke out in 1788, Samuel was chosen to command a company in the territorial militia In 1792, his company of 42 men were patrolling the stations along the Cumberland Trail. The Indians, 56 strong, created a diversion and attacked. Samuel's horse was shot from under him. He took refuge behind a large oak tree. Here he was met by an Indian with raised tomahawk. He caught the warrior's arm and uttered an Indian word meaning "I surrender". The brave captured Samuel and took him to the chief. Every Indian along the way struck Samuel with the flat side of their tomahawk. This diversion was a benefit for Samuel's panic-stricken men. Only three of Samuel's men were killed in this fray. A relief party was set out to find Samuel's body, because he was believed to have been killed. When they arrived at the tree where Samuel was last seen, they found fragments of some paper. This paper contained the roll of the company and had been torn to pieces by Samuel. Samuel was taken to Willtown, located on Will's Creek in what is now Dekalb County, Alabama. where his fate was in suspense for three days. He was made to run the gauntlet three times. During the second time that he had to run the gauntlet, there was another white man that had to run it with him. The other man begged for mercy, but Samuel did not beg and accepted all the punishment that the Indians gave him without a word of protest. The Indians brutally killed the other man saying that he acted like a woman. Samuel was held prisoner for about three months. In the end his life was spared and he was adopted into the wolf clan of the Cherokees Indian Nation at the direction of John Watt, the principal chief of the town. He remained with the tribe for three more months and was treated very kindly. General Sevier send word to John Watt, that he would lay waste to the Cherokee Indian Nation if Captain Handley was not returned. The Indians wanted peace, so about the first of June, six of the braves escorted Samuel to General Sevier's fort. Samuel was about forty at the time he was captured and his hair being brown, but on his return his hair was gray and his body was scarred and beaten severely.



In 1797, Samuel and his family moved to a farm on Little River in Blount County. During the summer of 1800, he moved to further west in Blount County. He resided for some time near the Telico Blockhouse, where the Indians came to trade. In 1808, Samuel and his family finally settled in Franklin County near Winchester, Tennessee. He was a member of the first convention that formed the State of Tennessee He is buried in Woods Cemetery, near Mingo Swamp, northwest of Belvidere, Tennessee in Franklin county. As far as we know, Samuel and Susannah had eight children. They were;



· a. Nancy Handley, born in 1782. When she was qabout seven years old, she was captured by the Indians and held prisoner for about seven years. She was released when she was about fourteen years old. She married a man name Hall and they lived in South Carolina.



· b. Sarah Handley, born in 1783, married Thomas Ross. He died in Lee County, Mississippi.



· c. Samuel Handley. He may have lived in Pontatoc County, Mississippi.



· d. John Handley, born February 22, 1786, married Nancy Cowan, died August 9, 1855 at Belvidere, Tennessee.



· e. Mary Handley, married William S. Foster.



· f. Lucinda (Betsey) Handley, married John Bell.



· g. Robert Cowan Handley, born July 6, 1792, married Elizabeth Bell, died August 27, 1841 in Pontotoc County, Mississippi.



· h. William Clairborne Handley, married Nancy Reeves, They lived near Salem, Tennessee. They are buried in Beans Creek Cemetery, Salem, Tennessee.



4. Margaret Handley, born February 28, 1753, married first James Pauley on October 1, 1777. In the fall of 1779, the Pauley party, consisting of John Pauley, wife and child, Captain James Pauley, Margaret and child, Mr. Wallace, and Brice Miller left Handley's Fort near Union in Monroe County to go to Kentucky. They followed the trail down by Wood's Fort, to New River, crossed the river near the mouth of Rich Creek, and were overtaken by the Indians about five miles from the mouth of East River near the present site of the town of Princeton, West Virginia. John Pauley, Mr. Wallace and the two children were killed. Margaret was dragged from her horse and knocked senseless by an Indian club, and Captain James Pauley was mortally wounded. Believing that his wife and child were murdered, James Pauley, although mortally wounded, made his way back to Wood's Fort, where he died the next day of his wounds. Margaret was taken to the Indian towns on the Miami, where she was adopted by Chief Vhite Bark. A short time after she was taken prisoner, she had another child, John Pauley. She and her child were released and they returned to Union, Virginia, around 1785. A short time later she married Tridly Michael Erskine of Union, Virginia. He was a delegate to the Virginia State Assembly in the 1819-1820 term. He also served as a Captain in the Military. Margaret died June 3, 1842. Margaret and Tridly Michael are buried in the Union Cemetery at Union, West Virginia. They had the following children;



· a. Jane Erskine.



· b. Henry Erskine.



· c. William Erskine.



· d. Alexander Erskine.



· e. Tridly Michael Erskine Jr.



The history of William's family is not traced in this article as this article is devoted to John Handley I's son, James and his family.1,2 He was born circa 1746 at Augusta Co., Virginia.1,3,2 He married Mary Harrison, daughter of Benjamin Harrison, circa 1768.1,2 John Handley died on January 13, 1811 at Greenbrier Co., Virginia (now West Virginia).3,2

Family

Mary Harrison b. 1745, d. December 4, 1829
Marriage*He married Mary Harrison, daughter of Benjamin Harrison, circa 1768.1,2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1374] Handley/Handly/Hanley Collection, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/ha-1.htm
  2. [S5003] Mary Mortimeyer and her sister Frances Revesz, "Handley Paper."
  3. [S2326] Green Hill Cemetery, Monroe Co., WV, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GSln=elmore&GSbyrel=in&GSdyrel=in&GSst=52&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=7429196&CRid=78498&df=all&

Mary Harrison1,2

F, b. 1745, d. December 4, 1829
FatherBenjamin Harrison2
     Mary Harrison was buried at Guyandotte Cemetery, Huntington, Cabell Co., West Virginia.1,2 She was born in 1745.1 She married John Handley, son of William Handley and Margaret Unknown, circa 1768.1,2 As of 1768,her married name was Handley.1 Mary Harrison died on December 4, 1829 at Huntington, Cabell Co., West Virginia; Killed by a team of runaway oxen which she tried to stop and drive into the barnyard gate.1,2

Family

John Handley b. circa 1746, d. January 13, 1811
Marriage*She married John Handley, son of William Handley and Margaret Unknown, circa 1768.1,2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1374] Handley/Handly/Hanley Collection, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/ha-1.htm
  2. [S5003] Mary Mortimeyer and her sister Frances Revesz, "Handley Paper."
  3. [S2326] Green Hill Cemetery, Monroe Co., WV, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GSln=elmore&GSbyrel=in&GSdyrel=in&GSst=52&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=7429196&CRid=78498&df=all&

William Handley1,2

M, d. 1756
     William Handley William came from North Ireland with his brother John and landed at New Castle, Chester Co., Penn. They were a part of that great exodus of Presbyterians of Scottish descent who left their adopted country and came to America. William brought his wife and two small children with him. They went to South Carolina in 1744, thence to North Carolina. In 1746, they settled on the Staunton River near Botecourt, Monroe Co., Va., and later to Augusta Co., Va. in 1753.1 He married Margaret Unknown.1 William Handley died in 1756 at Augusta Co., Virginia.1,2

Family

Margaret Unknown
Marriage*He married Margaret Unknown.1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1374] Handley/Handly/Hanley Collection, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/ha-1.htm
  2. [S5003] Mary Mortimeyer and her sister Frances Revesz, "Handley Paper."
  3. [S4999] Woods Cemetery, Franklin Co., TN, online http://www.findagrave.com/
  4. [S2326] Green Hill Cemetery, Monroe Co., WV, online http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GSln=elmore&GSbyrel=in&GSdyrel=in&GSst=52&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=7429196&CRid=78498&df=all&

Martha R. "Mattie" Tully1,2,3,4

F, b. March 16, 1863, d. March 1, 1937
     Martha R. "Mattie" Tully was buried at I.O.O.F. Cemetery, East Bank, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.5 She was born on March 16, 1863 at Charleston, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.4 As of December 3, 1900,her married name was Hudnall.3 She married William J. "Billy" Hudnall, son of Thomas Hudnall and Mary Jane Poff, on December 3, 1900 at Kanawha Co., West Virginia.3,4 Martha R. "Mattie" Tully died on March 1, 1937 at Charleston, Kanawha Co., West Virginia, at age 73.4

Census Records

1910Dwelling 55, District 47, Cabin Creek, Kanawha Co., West Virginia2
1920Dwelling 111, District 67, East Bank, Kanawha Co., West Virginia2

Family

William J. "Billy" Hudnall b. October 16, 1850, d. February 23, 1926
Marriage*Martha R. "Mattie" Tully married William J. "Billy" Hudnall, son of Thomas Hudnall and Mary Jane Poff, on December 3, 1900 at Kanawha Co., West Virginia.3,4 

Citations

  1. [S37] "Yesterday"...and Today, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~yesterdayandtoday/rwhomepage.html
  2. [S205] National Archives and Records Administration, 1910 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S996] West Virginia Division of Culture and History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/, From the Hudnall-Tully marriage record.
  4. [S996] West Virginia Division of Culture and History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/, From the Mattie Hudnall death certificate.
  5. [S5106] I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Kanawha Co., WV, online http://www.findagrave.com/

Minnie Agnes Walton1,2,3,4

F, b. March 28, 1896, d. March 12, 1980
FatherJames Richard "Pop" Walton1,2,3,5,6,4,7 b. December 15, 1877, d. March 1, 1951
MotherIsabelle P. Hudnall1,2,3,5,6,4,7,8 b. December, 1878
     Minnie Agnes Walton was buried at Montgomery Memorial Park, Route 60, London, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.4 Her Social Security Number was 236-50-7200.9 She was born on March 28, 1896 at West Virginia.1,9,4 As of before 1914,her married name was Cordell.3 She married Arthur Bradford Cordell before 1914.3,10 Minnie Agnes Walton died on March 12, 1980 at Beaumont, Jefferson Co., Texas, at age 83.9,11,4

Census Records

1900Dwelling 377, District 40, Crown Hill, Kanawha Co., West Virginia1
1910Dwelling 348, District 49, Cabin Creek, Kanawha Co., West Virginia2
1920Dwelling 95, District 70, Diamond, Kanawha Co., West Virginia12
1930Dwelling 181, District 11, Cabin Creek, Kanawha Co., West VirginiaMinnie and her children were enumerated in the household of her father James3
1940Dwelling 42, District 20-14, Cabin Creek, Kanawha Co., West Virginia7

Family

Arthur Bradford Cordell b. June 6, 1893, d. January 6, 1923
Marriage*Minnie Agnes Walton married Arthur Bradford Cordell before 1914.3,10 
Children

Citations

  1. [S132] National Archives and Records Administration, 1900 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S205] National Archives and Records Administration, 1910 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  4. [S3952] Texas Department of State Health Services, Texas, Death Certificates, 1903–1982, From the Minnie Agnes Cordell death certificate.
  5. [S616] Charleston Gazette, From the James Richard Walton obituary in the Mar 2, 1951 edition.
  6. [S616] Charleston Gazette, From the Mabel Jean Walton Nalle obituary in the Apr 16, 1950 edition.
  7. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.
  8. [S993] Charleston Daily Mail, From the Lonnie J. Walton obituary in the Aug 27, 1966 edition.
  9. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.
  10. [S1375] Victoria Advocate, From the Arthur Bradford Cordell obituary in the Oct 12, 2001 edition.
  11. [S585] Texas Department of Health. State Vital Statistics Unit, Texas Death Index, 1903-2000.
  12. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  13. [S5223] Social Security Administration, U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.
  14. [S4690] Forest Lawn Memorial Park and Funeral Home, Jefferson Co., TX, online http://www.findagrave.com

Mabel Jean Walton1

F, b. September 6, 1898, d. April 15, 1950
FatherJames Richard "Pop" Walton2,3,4,1 b. December 15, 1877, d. March 1, 1951
MotherIsabelle P. Hudnall2,3,1 b. December, 1878
     Mabel Jean Walton was born on September 6, 1898 at Kanawha Co., West Virginia.2,5,4 As of May 9, 1914,her married name was Nalle.5 She married Cassius Dade Nalle on May 9, 1914 at Quincy, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.5,1 Mabel Jean Walton died on April 15, 1950 at Huntington, Cabell Co., West Virginia, at age 51.4,1 She NALLE, Mrs. Mabel Jean Walton of Quincy, died yesterday morning in a Charleston hospital after a short illness. Surviving are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Walton of Charleston; two sons, C. D. Nalle, Jr., of Quincy, and Dick of Chesapeake; three sisters, Mrs. Helen Walton Lawrence and Mrs. Minnie Cordell of Charleston and Mrs. Earl Roggow of North Tonawenda, N.Y; two brothers, Lon Walton of Charleston and Ernest Walton ol Chelyvan; three grandchildren. The body is at Long, Johnson and Fisher Mortuary. on April 16, 1950.1

Census Records

1900Dwelling 377, District 40, Crown Hill, Kanawha Co., West Virginia2
1910Dwelling 348, District 49, Cabin Creek, Kanawha Co., West Virginia3
1930Dwelling 216, District 21, Charleston, Kanawha Co., West Virginia6

Family

Cassius Dade Nalle b. December 3, 1892, d. before 1950
Marriage*Mabel Jean Walton married Cassius Dade Nalle on May 9, 1914 at Quincy, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.5,1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S616] Charleston Gazette, From the Mabel Jean Walton Nalle obituary in the Apr 16, 1950 edition.
  2. [S132] National Archives and Records Administration, 1900 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S205] National Archives and Records Administration, 1910 United States Federal Census.
  4. [S996] West Virginia Division of Culture and History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/, From the Mabel Nalle death certificate.
  5. [S996] West Virginia Division of Culture and History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/, From the Nalle-Walton marriage record.
  6. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  7. [S996] West Virginia Division of Culture and History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/, From the Cassius D. Nalle death certificate.
  8. [S993] Charleston Daily Mail, From the Cassius Nalle obituary in the Mar 28, 1955 edition.

Lonnie James "Lon" Walton1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

M, b. July 23, 1900, d. August 26, 1966
FatherJames Richard "Pop" Walton1,2,3,5,9,10 b. December 15, 1877, d. March 1, 1951
MotherIsabelle P. Hudnall1,2,3,5,9,10,7 b. December, 1878
     Lonnie James "Lon" Walton was buried at Sunset Memorial Park, South Charleston, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.5,7,8 His Social Security Number was 713-18-5820.11 He married Ann Unknown.7 Lonnie James "Lon" Walton was born on July 23, 1900 at Hansford, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.11,4,5,6 He married Elizabeth Lee on April 18, 1928 at Charleston, Kanawha Co., West Virginia; Lonnie was divorced and Elizabeth was a widow at the time of their marriage.4 Lonnie James "Lon" Walton died on August 26, 1966 at Charleston, Kanawha Co., West Virginia, at age 66.5,7 He Lonnie J. Walton, 66, of 25 Arlington Court, died Friday in St. Francis Hospital. He was a retired New York Central railway conductor, and a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. Surviving: wife, Ann; mother, Mrs. Isabell Walton of Charleston; sisters, Mrs. Helen Salisbury of Miami Beach, Florida, Mrs. Earl Raggow of Kenmore, New York, Mrs. Minnie Cordell of Charleston; brother, Ernest of Charleston. The body is at the Barlow-Bonsall Funeral Home where service will be Monday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. on August 27, 1966.7

Census Records

1910Dwelling 348, District 49, Cabin Creek, Kanawha Co., West Virginia1
1920Dwelling 15, District 70, Diamond, Kanawha Co., West Virginia2
1930Dwelling 181, District 11, Cabin Creek, Kanawha Co., West Virginia3

Occupation

1920Railroad brakeman2
1930Railroad brakeman3

Family 1

Ann Unknown
Marriage*Lonnie James "Lon" Walton married Ann Unknown.7 

Family 2

Elizabeth Lee b. circa 1907
Marriage*Lonnie James "Lon" Walton married Elizabeth Lee on April 18, 1928 at Charleston, Kanawha Co., West Virginia; Lonnie was divorced and Elizabeth was a widow at the time of their marriage.4 

Citations

  1. [S205] National Archives and Records Administration, 1910 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  4. [S996] West Virginia Division of Culture and History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/, From the Walton-Lee marriage record.
  5. [S996] West Virginia Division of Culture and History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/, From the Lonnie J. Walton death certificate.
  6. [S3706] 1926–1975, RG 147. The National Archives at Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia Records of the Selective Service System, U.S. WWII Draft Cards Young Men, 1940-1947.
  7. [S993] Charleston Daily Mail, From the Lonnie J. Walton obituary in the Aug 27, 1966 edition.
  8. [S5119] Sunset Memorial Park, Kanawha Co., WV, online http://www.findagrave.com/
  9. [S616] Charleston Gazette, From the James Richard Walton obituary in the Mar 2, 1951 edition.
  10. [S616] Charleston Gazette, From the Mabel Jean Walton Nalle obituary in the Apr 16, 1950 edition.
  11. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.

Ernest R. Walton1,2,3,4

M, b. April 14, 1904, d. March 24, 1991
FatherJames Richard "Pop" Walton1,2,5,6 b. December 15, 1877, d. March 1, 1951
MotherIsabelle P. Hudnall1,2,5,6,7 b. December, 1878
     Ernest R. Walton was buried at Montgomery Memorial Park, Route 60, London, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.8,4 He was born on April 14, 1904 at Kanawha Co., West Virginia.1,8 He married Ruby Pauley on March 15, 1924 at Witcher, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.8,3,9 Ernest R. Walton died on March 24, 1991 at Charleston, Kanawha Co., West Virginia, at age 86.8,4 He Ernest R. "Toad" Walton, 86, of Charleston, died Sunday, March 24, 1991, in Heartland Nursing Home after a short illness. He was a retired yard master for New York Central and Conrail Railroad with 51 years of service. He was a member of Kanawha City Baptist Church and the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. Surviving: sons, James W. Walton and Albert J. Miller, of Charleston; daughter, Melinda Joyce Miller at home; sister, Helen Salisbury of Miami, Fla; eight grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at J.E. Johnson Funeral Home, Kanawha City, with the Rev. Ronald A. McClung officiating. Burial will be in Montgomery Memorial Park, London. on March 25, 1991.4

Census Records

1910Dwelling 348, District 49, Cabin Creek, Kanawha Co., West Virginia1
1920Dwelling 15, District 70, Diamond, Kanawha Co., West Virginia2
1940Dwelling 95, District 20-48, Charleston, Kanawha Co., West Virginia10

Occupation

1940Railroad brakeman10

Family

Ruby Pauley b. September 9, 1906, d. April 12, 1985
Marriage*Ernest R. Walton married Ruby Pauley on March 15, 1924 at Witcher, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.8,3,9 
Children

Citations

  1. [S205] National Archives and Records Administration, 1910 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S996] West Virginia Division of Culture and History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/, From the Walton-Pauley marriage record.
  4. [S993] Charleston Daily Mail, From the Ernest R. Walton obituary in the Mar 25, 1991 edition.
  5. [S616] Charleston Gazette, From the James Richard Walton obituary in the Mar 2, 1951 edition.
  6. [S616] Charleston Gazette, From the Mabel Jean Walton Nalle obituary in the Apr 16, 1950 edition.
  7. [S993] Charleston Daily Mail, From the Lonnie J. Walton obituary in the Aug 27, 1966 edition.
  8. [S637] "Doyle - The Herbert Wade Doyle, Jr. Family,."
  9. [S616] Charleston Gazette, From the Ruby Pauley Walton obituary in the Apr 14, 1985 edition.
  10. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.
  11. [S993] Charleston Daily Mail, From the James W. Walton obituary in the Jan 31, 2007 edition.

Helen Walton1,2,3,4,5

F, b. November 25, 1906, d. May 5, 1999
FatherJames Richard "Pop" Walton1,2,4 b. December 15, 1877, d. March 1, 1951
MotherIsabelle P. Hudnall1,2,4,6 b. December, 1878
     Her Social Security Number was 232-48-7272.7 Helen Walton was buried at Montgomery Memorial Park, Route 60, London, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.5 She was born on November 25, 1906 at Kanawha Co., West Virginia.1,3,7 As of October 15, 1923,her married name was Adkins.3 She married Chapman Adkins on October 15, 1923 at Cedar Grove, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.3 As of before 1950,her married name was Lawrence.4 Helen Walton married Unknown Lawrence before 1950.4 As of May 6, 1950,her married name was Salisbury.8 Helen Walton married Emerson Salisbury on May 6, 1950 at Charleston, Kanawha Co., West Virginia; Both were divorced at the time of this marriage.8 Helen Walton died on May 5, 1999 at North Miami Beach, Dade Co., Florida, at age 92.7,5 She NORTH MIAMI BEACH, Fla. - Helen Walton Salisbury, 92, of North Miami Beach, formerly of Charleston, W.Va., died May 5, 1999, after a long illness. She was a hotel cashier and a Methodist. Surviving: son, Randall L. Lawrence of North Miami Beach; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m. today at Montgomery Memorial Park Mausoleum Chapel, London, W.Va., with the Rev. Roy Roach officiating. Burial will be in the memorial park. Friends may call prior to service at the chapel.
on May 6, 1999.5

Census Records

1910Dwelling 348, District 49, Cabin Creek, Kanawha Co., West Virginia1
1920Dwelling 15, District 70, Diamond, Kanawha Co., West Virginia2

Family 1

Chapman Adkins b. August 25, 1898, d. April 6, 1964
Marriage*Helen Walton married Chapman Adkins on October 15, 1923 at Cedar Grove, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.3 

Family 2

Unknown Lawrence
Marriage*Helen Walton married Unknown Lawrence before 1950.4 
Child
  • Randall L. Lawrence5

Family 3

Emerson Salisbury b. September 19, 1910, d. November 14, 1975
Marriage*Helen Walton married Emerson Salisbury on May 6, 1950 at Charleston, Kanawha Co., West Virginia; Both were divorced at the time of this marriage.8 

Citations

  1. [S205] National Archives and Records Administration, 1910 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S996] West Virginia Division of Culture and History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/, From the Adkins-Walton marriage record.
  4. [S616] Charleston Gazette, From the Mabel Jean Walton Nalle obituary in the Apr 16, 1950 edition.
  5. [S616] Charleston Gazette, From the Helen Walton Salisbury obituary in the May 6, 1999 edition.
  6. [S993] Charleston Daily Mail, From the Lonnie J. Walton obituary in the Aug 27, 1966 edition.
  7. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.
  8. [S996] West Virginia Division of Culture and History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/, From the Salisbury-Lawrence marriage record.

Joseph D. "Joe" Walton1,2

M, b. August 14, 1911, d. February 1, 1929
FatherJames Richard "Pop" Walton1,2 b. December 15, 1877, d. March 1, 1951
MotherIsabelle P. Hudnall1,2 b. December, 1878
     Joseph D. "Joe" Walton was born on August 14, 1911 at Kanawha Co., West Virginia.2 He died on February 1, 1929 at Charleston, Kanawha Co., West Virginia, at age 17.2

Census Records

1920Dwelling 15, District 70, Diamond, Kanawha Co., West Virginia1

Citations

  1. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S996] West Virginia Division of Culture and History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/, From the Joseph D. Walton death certificate.

Gwendoline "Gwen" Walton1,2

F, b. January 4, 1914, d. July 10, 1975
FatherJames Richard "Pop" Walton1 b. December 15, 1877, d. March 1, 1951
MotherIsabelle P. Hudnall1 b. December, 1878
     Her Social Security Number was 128-18-5685.3 Her married name was Roggow.4 Gwendoline "Gwen" Walton married Earl L. Roggow.4,2 Gwendoline "Gwen" Walton was born on January 4, 1914 at West Virginia.1,3 She died on July 10, 1975 at Tonawanda, Erie Co., New York, at age 61.2 She TONAWANDA, N. Y. - Mrs. Gwen Walton Roggow, 61, of Tonawanda, formerly of Quincy, W. Va., died Thursday in a Tonawanda, hospital. Surviving: husband, Earl; son, Wayne of Rochester, N. Y; brother, Ernest Walton of Charleston, W. Va; sisters, Mrs. Minnie Cordell of Victoria, Tex., Mrs. Helen Salisbury of Miami, Fla; four grandchildren. Service and burial will be in Tonawanda. on July 11, 1975.2

Census Records

1920Dwelling 15, District 70, Diamond, Kanawha Co., West Virginia1

Family

Earl L. Roggow b. July 22, 1912
Marriage*Gwendoline "Gwen" Walton married Earl L. Roggow.4,2 
Child
  • Wayne Roggow2

Citations

  1. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S616] Charleston Gazette, From the Gwen Walton Roggow obituary in the Jul 11, 1975 edition.
  3. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.
  4. [S616] Charleston Gazette, From the Mabel Jean Walton Nalle obituary in the Apr 16, 1950 edition.

Arthur Bradford Cordell1,2,3

M, b. June 6, 1893, d. January 6, 1923
     Arthur Bradford Cordell was buried at Dickerson Cemetery, Dickerson, West Virginia.2 He was born on June 6, 1893 at West Virginia.2 He married Minnie Agnes Walton, daughter of James Richard "Pop" Walton and Isabelle P. Hudnall, before 1914.4,3 Arthur Bradford Cordell died on January 6, 1923 at Quincy, Kanawha Co., West Virginia, at age 29; Died of tuberculosis.2

Census Records

1920Dwelling 95, District 70, Diamond, Kanawha Co., West Virginia1

Occupation

1920Railroad office worker1

Family

Minnie Agnes Walton b. March 28, 1896, d. March 12, 1980
Marriage*Arthur Bradford Cordell married Minnie Agnes Walton, daughter of James Richard "Pop" Walton and Isabelle P. Hudnall, before 1914.4,3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S996] West Virginia Division of Culture and History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/, from the Arthur B. Cordell death certificate.
  3. [S1375] Victoria Advocate, From the Arthur Bradford Cordell obituary in the Oct 12, 2001 edition.
  4. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  5. [S5223] Social Security Administration, U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.

Arthur Bradford "Art" Cordell Jr.1,2,3,4,5,6

M, b. September 17, 1914, d. October 9, 2001
FatherArthur Bradford Cordell2,3,5 b. June 6, 1893, d. January 6, 1923
MotherMinnie Agnes Walton1,2,3,5 b. March 28, 1896, d. March 12, 1980
     His Social Security Number was 234-01-4826.7 Arthur Bradford "Art" Cordell Jr. was buried at Memory Gardens Cemetery, Victoria, Victoria Co., Texas.3,6 He married Joanna Dell Moore.8,3,9 Arthur Bradford "Art" Cordell Jr. was born on September 17, 1914 at Quincy, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.7,3,4,5,6 He died on October 9, 2001 at Texas at age 87.7,3,6 He Arthur "Art" Bradford Cordell, 87, of Victoria, died Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2001. He was born Sept. 17, 1914, in Quincy, W. Va., to the late Arthur B. and Minnie A. Walton Cordell. He was a safety supervisor at DuPont for 46 years and a member of Northside Baptist Church. Survivors: wife, Joanna Dell Moore Cordell; daughters, Marion D. Landers of Pearland and Victoria D. MacFarlane of Victoria; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by: parents; and brother, D.P. Cordell. Visitation was 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Colonial Funeral Home chapel. Services will be 10 a.m. today at Northside Baptist Church, the Rev. Rodney McGlothlin officiating. Graveside services will be today at Memory Gardens Cemetery. Colonial Funeral Home, Victoria, 361-578-3535. Pallbearers: Don McFarlane, D.P. Cordell, Michael McFarlane, Kurtis Linderman, David Way and Rick Grace. Honorary pallbearer: Huge Sherman. Memorials: Alzheimer's Association National Headquarters, 919 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 1000, Chicago IL 60611-9501. on October 12, 2001.3

Census Records

1920Dwelling 95, District 70, Diamond, Kanawha Co., West Virginia2
1930Dwelling 181, District 11, Cabin Creek, Kanawha Co., West Virginia1

Family

Joanna Dell Moore b. July 27, 1919, d. December 19, 2004
Marriage*Arthur Bradford "Art" Cordell Jr. married Joanna Dell Moore.8,3,9 
Children

Citations

  1. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S119] National Archives and Records Administration, 1920 United States Federal Census.
  3. [S1375] Victoria Advocate, From the Arthur Bradford Cordell obituary in the Oct 12, 2001 edition.
  4. [S3706] 1926–1975, RG 147. The National Archives at Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia Records of the Selective Service System, U.S. WWII Draft Cards Young Men, 1940-1947.
  5. [S5223] Social Security Administration, U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.
  6. [S8355] Memory Gardens, Victoria Co., TX, online www.findagrave.com.
  7. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.
  8. [S1375] Victoria Advocate, From the Joanne Dell Cordell obituary in the Dec 21, 2004 edition.
  9. [S1375] Victoria Advocate, From the Victoria C. MacFarlane obituary in the Nov 25, 2012 edition.

Doyen Pershing Cordell Sr.1,2,3,4,5

M, b. July 11, 1917, d. August 19, 1996
FatherArthur Bradford Cordell1,2 b. June 6, 1893, d. January 6, 1923
MotherMinnie Agnes Walton1,2,3,6 b. March 28, 1896, d. March 12, 1980
     His Social Security Number was 234-01-4832.7 Doyen Pershing Cordell Sr. was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park and Funeral Home, 4955 Pine Street, Beaumont, Jefferson Co., Texas.3 He married Rojean Frances Petry.3,5 Doyen Pershing Cordell Sr. was born on July 11, 1917 at West Virginia.1,7,3 He died on August 19, 1996 at Jefferson Co., Texas, at age 79.7,4

Census Records

1930Dwelling 181, District 11, Cabin Creek, Kanawha Co., West Virginia1
1940Dwelling 42, District 20-14, Cabin Creek, Kanawha Co., West Virginia6

Occupation

1940Pipe fitter6

Family

Rojean Frances Petry b. August 12, 1917, d. May 20, 1995
Marriage*Doyen Pershing Cordell Sr. married Rojean Frances Petry.3,5 
Child
  • Doyen Pershing Cordell Jr.5

Citations

  1. [S118] National Archives and Records Administration, 1930 United States Federal Census.
  2. [S1375] Victoria Advocate, From the Arthur Bradford Cordell obituary in the Oct 12, 2001 edition.
  3. [S4690] Forest Lawn Memorial Park and Funeral Home, Jefferson Co., TX, online http://www.findagrave.com
  4. [S585] Texas Department of Health. State Vital Statistics Unit, Texas Death Index, 1903-2000.
  5. [S964] Texas Department of State Health Services, Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997.
  6. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.
  7. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.

Joanna Dell Moore1,2,3

F, b. July 27, 1919, d. December 19, 2004
     Joanna Dell Moore was buried at Memory Gardens Cemetery, Victoria, Victoria Co., Texas.1,4 Her Social Security Number was 466-52-1372.5 Her married name was Cordell.1 She married Arthur Bradford "Art" Cordell Jr., son of Arthur Bradford Cordell and Minnie Agnes Walton.1,2,6 Joanna Dell Moore was born on July 27, 1919 at London, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.1,5,4,3 She died on December 19, 2004 at Texas at age 85.1,5,4 She Joanna Dell Cordell, age 85, passed away on Sunday, December 19, 2004. She was born July 27, 1919 in London, West Virginia. Joanna was a dedicated wife, mother and grandmother. She liked to cook and cared deeply for each member of her family. She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, they were the light of her life. Joanna is survived by her daughters, Victoria "Vicky" MacFarlane and her husband Michael F. of Victoria and Marion D. Landers of Pearland; Grandchildren, Michael MacFarlane and his son, Michael Bradford MacFarlane of Victoria, Karen MacFarlane and her son, Dakotah River MacFarlane of Utah, Don MacFarlane of Austin and Cynthia "Cindy" Hakemack of Houston. She was preceded in death by her husband, Arthur B. Cordell; parents, William G. and Ioana Huddleston Moore; sisters, Hester Lyman and Mildred Tomlin; brothers, Sterling Moore and Samuel Moore; and son-in-law, Floyd D. Landers. The family received friends on Monday, December 20, 2004 from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm at Colonial Funeral Home. The Funeral Service will be held at 3:00 pm Tuesday, December 21, 2004 at the Colonial Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Tim Williams officiating. Burial will follow at Memory Gardens Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers will be Michael MacFarlane, Donald MacFarlane, Michael Klingle, Ricky Grace, Alvaro Albiar and Fred Clark. on December 21, 2004.1

Family

Arthur Bradford "Art" Cordell Jr. b. September 17, 1914, d. October 9, 2001
Marriage*She married Arthur Bradford "Art" Cordell Jr., son of Arthur Bradford Cordell and Minnie Agnes Walton.1,2,6 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1375] Victoria Advocate, From the Joanne Dell Cordell obituary in the Dec 21, 2004 edition.
  2. [S1375] Victoria Advocate, From the Arthur Bradford Cordell obituary in the Oct 12, 2001 edition.
  3. [S5223] Social Security Administration, U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.
  4. [S8355] Memory Gardens, Victoria Co., TX, online www.findagrave.com.
  5. [S9] Unknown subject, unknown file number, SSDI, U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.
  6. [S1375] Victoria Advocate, From the Victoria C. MacFarlane obituary in the Nov 25, 2012 edition.

Victoria D. "Vicky" Cordell1,2

F, b. September 27, 1938, d. November 23, 2012
FatherArthur Bradford "Art" Cordell Jr.1,2,3 b. September 17, 1914, d. October 9, 2001
MotherJoanna Dell Moore1,2,3 b. July 27, 1919, d. December 19, 2004
     Her married name was MacFarlane.1 Victoria D. "Vicky" Cordell married Michael F. MacFarlane.1,3 Victoria D. "Vicky" Cordell was born on September 27, 1938 at Charleston, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.3 She died on November 23, 2012 at Texas at age 74.3 She VICTORIA - Victoria C. MacFarlane, age 74, passed away Friday, November 23, 2012. She was born September 27, 1938 in Charleston, West Virginia to the late Arthur B. and Jo Anna Moore Cordell. She and her husband Michael founded and operated Honda of Victoria for many years. They were great partners, and cherished their time together. They liked music and dancing, and were often admired for their gracefulness. Vicky was an elegant lady who believed in being dressed for the day. She spent many hours gardening her plants each day and liked playing Bridge and eating sweets. She enjoyed the ocean, sand, and the warm water. She was a member of the Study Club and a Sorority. She adored her dog, Sasha, and her former cat, Cali. She was very special to her family and will be deeply missed by all who knew her. She is survived by her husband, Michael F. MacFarlane of Victoria; daughter, Karen A. MacFarlane of Austin; sons, William Michael MacFarlane of Victoria, and Donald M. MacFarlane of Austin; grandsons, Bradford MacFarlane and Dakotah MacFarlane; and her sister, Marian Landers of Pearland. She was preceded in death by her parents. Private Memorial Services will be held by the Family at a later date. on November 25, 2012.3

Family

Michael F. MacFarlane
Marriage*She married Michael F. MacFarlane.1,3 
Children
  • William Michael MacFarlane1,3
  • Karen A. MacFarlane1,3
  • Donald M. "Don" MacFarlane1,3

Citations

  1. [S1375] Victoria Advocate, From the Joanne Dell Cordell obituary in the Dec 21, 2004 edition.
  2. [S1375] Victoria Advocate, From the Arthur Bradford Cordell obituary in the Oct 12, 2001 edition.
  3. [S1375] Victoria Advocate, From the Victoria C. MacFarlane obituary in the Nov 25, 2012 edition.

Ruby Pauley1,2,3

F, b. September 9, 1906, d. April 12, 1985
     Ruby Pauley was buried at Montgomery Memorial Park, Route 60, London, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.1,3 She was born on September 9, 1906 at Boone Co., West Virginia.1,2 As of March 15, 1924,her married name was Walton.2 She married Ernest R. Walton, son of James Richard "Pop" Walton and Isabelle P. Hudnall, on March 15, 1924 at Witcher, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.1,2,3 Ruby Pauley died on April 12, 1985 at Charleston, Kanawha Co., West Virginia, at age 78.1,3 She Mrs. Ruby Pauley Walton, 78, of 4812 Venable Ave., S.E., formerly of Chelyan, died Friday in Memorial Division, CAMC, after a long illness. She was a member of Kanawha City Baptist Church. Surviving: husband, Ernest R. "Toad"; sons, James W. Walton of Charleston, and Albert J. Miller of Dunbar; daughter, Miss Melinda Joyce Miller of Charleston; six grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday at J.E. Johnson Funeral Home, Kanawha City, with the Rev. C.T. Bullington Jr. officiating. Burial will be in Montgomery Memorial Park, London. on April 14, 1985.3

Census Records

1940Dwelling 95, District 20-48, Charleston, Kanawha Co., West Virginia4

Family

Ernest R. Walton b. April 14, 1904, d. March 24, 1991
Marriage*Ruby Pauley married Ernest R. Walton, son of James Richard "Pop" Walton and Isabelle P. Hudnall, on March 15, 1924 at Witcher, Kanawha Co., West Virginia.1,2,3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S637] "Doyle - The Herbert Wade Doyle, Jr. Family,."
  2. [S996] West Virginia Division of Culture and History, online http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/, From the Walton-Pauley marriage record.
  3. [S616] Charleston Gazette, From the Ruby Pauley Walton obituary in the Apr 14, 1985 edition.
  4. [S3353] National Archives and Records Administration, 1940 United States Federal Census.
  5. [S993] Charleston Daily Mail, From the James W. Walton obituary in the Jan 31, 2007 edition.