27 November 2016

Individual Report for Tecumseh Lincecum (1873-1938)

Individual Report - TCLincecumTecumseh C. Lincecum was born 7 March 1873 most likely in Louisiana to John P. Lincecum and Nancy Victoria Hawthorn/e.  I found him most often represented by his initials, rather than his full name:

  • Tee C. Lincecum
  • P. C. Lincecum
  • Tom T. Lincecum
  • Tecumseh C. Lincecum

T. C. Lincecum married Belle (Seabell, Sebelle) Maxwell about 1905-1906.  The couple had four children:  Clarence, Virgie, Randolph, and Mabel / May Belle.

T. C. died 30 May 1938 and was laid rest at Lincecum Cemetery in Grant Parish, Louisiana.

Individual Facts:

  • Census:  June 1880 / Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Census:  1900 / Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Occupation:  1900 / Log Measurer at Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Residence:  September 1918 / Selma, Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Occupation:  September 1918 / Commr Forestry of the State, Division of the Department of Conservation of Louisiana
  • Census:  6 January 1920 / Selma, Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Occupation:  April 1930 / Saw Mill Laborer at Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Census:  3 April 1930 / Selma, Grant Parish, Louisiana

Sources available upon request.

Notes:

- Tecumseh was described as tall, with blue eyes and brown hair on his World War I Draft Registration Card.

- Tombstone inscription via memorial #14968693 at FindAGrave.com:

T. C. Lincecum
March 7, 1873
May 30, 1938
In Loving Memory

Take all mistakes as good wishes.

24 November 2016

Individual Report for Joel Clifton Shiflett, Husband of Sally Annie Lincecum

Individual Report - JCShiflettJoel Clifton Shiflett was born 17 April 1859, likely in Texas, to Joel and Sallie Shiflett of Virginia.  Name variations:

  • Joel Clifton Shiflett
  • Joel C. Shiftlett
  • Clifton J. Shiplett
  • Joseph Clifton Shiflett
  • Mr. Shiffleet

J. C. married Sally Annie Lincecum 20 December 1883 in Williamson County, Texas.  The couple had three children:

- Katie Elizabeth Shiflett, b. 29 August 1855 at Liberty Hill, Williamson County, Texas; m. Beau K. McCutcheon abt 1908; d. 9 December 1969 at Taylor, Williamson County, Texas.

- Roy Lee Shiflett, b. 13 July 1887 at Liberty Hill, Williamson County, Texas; m. Orine A.; d. 13 December 1957 at Quemado, Maverick County, Texas

- Licurgus G. Shiflett, b. 2 February 1889 at Lampasas, Texas; d. 18 March 1951 at San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

Joel Clifton Shiflett died 21 January 1933 at Williamson County, Texas.  He was laid to rest at Oakwood Cemetery in Austin, Travis County, Texas.

Individual Facts:

  • Census:  12 July 1860 / Liberty Hill, Williamson County, Texas
  • Census:  1870 / Liberty Hill, Williamson County, Texas
  • Occupation:  June 1900 / Farmer at Travis County, Texas
  • Census:  14 June 1900 / Travis County, Texas
  • Address:  April 1910 / Upper Georgetown Road, Travis County, Texas
  • Occupation:  April 1910 / Farmer of a General Farm at Travis County, Texas
  • Census:  April 1910 / Travis County, Texas
  • Occupation:  February 1920 / Farmer of a General Farm at Nueces County, Texas
  • Census:  18 February 1920 / Nueces County, Texas
  • Census:  10 April 1930 / Williamson County, Texas
  • Address:  abt January 1933 / w. 7th Street, Williamson County, Texas
  • Occupation:  abt January 1933 / Farmer at Williamson County, Texas

Sources available upon request.

Notes:

- Cause of death:   Acidosis; Gall bladder infection.  (Per certificate.)

- Tombstone inscription via memorial #60868421 at FindAGrave.com:

Father
J. C. Shiflett
Apr 17, 1859
Jan 21, 1933

Take all mistakes as good wishes.

23 November 2016

Individual Report for Sally Annie Lincecum Shiflett (1863-1912)

Individual Report - SALShiflettSally Annie Lincecum was born 31 October 1863 in Texas.  She was the fifth of possibly ten children born to Lachaon Joseph Lincecum and Elizabeth O'Banion.  Though Sally/Sallie is often used as a nickname for Sarah, I have only found this cousin referenced as such once.  Name variations I've found:

  • Sally Annie Lincecum
  • Sarah Macon
  • Sallie A. Lincecum
  • Sallie Linsecum

Sallie Linsecum married Joel Clifton (J. C.) Shiflett 20 December 1883 in Williamson County, Texas.  They had three children:  Katie Elizabeth, Roy Lee, and Licurgus G.  Sally died 18 November 1912 at just 49 years of age, and was buried at Oakwood Cemetery in Austin, Travis County, Texas.

Individual Facts:

  • Census:  28 September 1870 / Burton, Washington County, Texas
  • Census:  3 June 1880 / Williamson County, Texas
  • Census:  14 June 1900 / Travis County, Texas
  • Residence:  abt May 1909 / Austin, Travis County, Texas
  • Census:  Apr 1910 / Travis County, Texas

Sources available upon request.

Sally's tombstone inscription via memorial #69664358 at FindAGrave.com:

Our Dear Mother and Wife
Sallie A. Shiflett
Oct 31, 1863
Nov 18, 1912
Peace Be Unto Thee

18 November 2016

Individual Report for Reece Green Lincecum (1875-1961)

Individual Report - RGLincecumReece Green Lincecum was born 5 November 1875 in Louisiana to John P. Lincecum and Nancy Victoria Hawthorne.

I've found Reece under a few different first names / spellings:

  • Rice G. Lincecum
  • Robert G. Lincecum
  • Reazon Green Lincecum
  • Reese G. Lincecum

Rice G. Lincecum married I. Jury Brister (Juria Brister) 15 December 1898 in Sabine Parish, Louisiana.  The couple had six children:  Jud Marion, Ola D., Milton G., Lela, Gertrude, and Vollie.

Reece died 3 February 1961 at Urania, La Salle Parish, Louisiana.  He was laid to rest a couple of days later at Lincecum Cemetery in Grant Parish, Louisiana.

Individual Facts:

  • Census:  June 1880 / Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Occupation:  June 1900 / Teamster at Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Census:  19 June 1900 / Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Occupation:  April 1910 / Farmer at Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Census:  19 April 1910 / Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Residence:  September 1918 / Pollock, Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Occupation:  September 1918 / Farming at Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Occupation:  January 1920 / Farmer of a General Farm at Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Census:  January 1920 / Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Occupation:  April 1930 / Farmer of a General Farm at Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Address:  April 1930 / Three Notch Road, Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Census:  18 April 1930 / Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Residence:  abt April 1935 / Lincecum, Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Census:  5 April 1940 / Lincecum, Grant Parish, Louisiana

Sources available upon request.

Notes:

- According to his 1918 World War I draft registration, Reazon signed his name with an X mark.  He was described as having blue eyes and light hair.

- According to the 1930 Grant Parish, Louisiana Federal census, Reese owned his home and lived on a farm.  He was living next door to two of his sons, Judd and Milton, and his brother Gideon.

- According to the 1940 Grant Parish, Louisiana Federal census (you can conduct a free search here), R. G. had a 3rd grade education.  He was living next door to his brother G. G. (on one side), and his son J. M. (on the other side).

- Obituary from FindAGrave memorial #14968714 (Reece Green Lincecum), accessed 17 November 2016:
"WINNFIELD (Special) - Reece Green Lincecum, 85 year old retired logger and life-long resident of northeast Louisiana, died shortly after noon yesterday in a Urania clinic.

Funeral services have been set for 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Lincecum Baptist Church with the Rev. D. R. Watts officiating. Interment is to follow in the Lincecum Cemetery under direction of the Southern Funeral Home of Winnfield. The body will lie in state at the home until time for the services.

Surviving are the widow; three sons, Joel Lincecum, Urania, Milton Lincecum, Pineville, and Vollie Lincecum, Pollock; three daughters, Miss Ola and Lela Lincecum, and Mrs. Gertrude Sikes, all of Pollock; a brother, Sid [sic Gid] Lincecum, also of Pollock; eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Published in The Monroe News-Star (LA), Saturday, February 4, 1961"

Take all mistakes as good wishes.

Ancestry.com

09 November 2016

Individual Report for Parula Russell Lincecum (1896-1971)

Individual Report - PRLincecumParula Russell Lincecum was born 26 March 1896 in Gonzales County, Texas to George Durham Lincecum and Frances Amada Stubblefield.  Parula was a veteran of World War I, and did marry a woman named Minnie.  He died 13 May 1971 at Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas.  Parula's remains were placed in the Hillcrest Mausoleum at Dallas, Texas.

Individual Facts:

  • Census:  April 1910 / Gonzales, Texas
  • Residence:  June 1917 / Gonzales, Texas
  • Occupation:  June 1917 / Clerk, employed by has father at Gonzales, Texas
  • Occupation:  January 1920 / Salesman of general retail merchandise at Gonzales, Texas
  • Census:  January 1920 / Gonzales, Texas
  • Residence:  1932 / Dallas, Texas
  • Residence:  abt April 1935 / Gonzales, Texas
  • Occupation:  Apr 1940 / Grocery Store Proprietor at Williamson County, Texas
  • Census:  April 1940 / Schwertner, Williamson County, Texas
  • Residence:  1942 / Shwertner, Williamson County, Texas
  • Residence:  1965-1971 / Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas
  • Address:  abt May 1971 / 2609A W. Randol Mill Rd, Arlington, Texas
  • Occupation:  abt May 1971 / Health Inspector for the State of Texas

Sources available upon request.

Notes:

- According to his 1917 World War I draft registration, Parula claimed exemption because his father was crippled.  Parula was described as tall, with blue eyes and light hair.

- World War I; Private; Camp Travis, Texas; Base Hospital; Medical Department Detachment  [Graden, Debra, comp. Camp Travis, Texas World War I Records [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry, 2000. Original data: Major E. B. Johns, U. S. A, compiler. Camp Travis and Its Part in the World War Texas:Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co., New York, 1919]

Parula's death certificate confirms he was a veteran of World War I.

- Also per his death certificate, Parula was D.O.A. at Arlington Memorial Hospital (Tarrant County, Texas).  Cause of death:  Congestive Heart Failure, Arterioslerotic Cardiovascular Disease.  Also noted:  "History of previous myocardial disorders; carcinoma of prostate."

Take all mistakes as good wishes.

05 November 2016

Individual Report for Osben Andrew "Obbie" Lincecum (1917-2000)

Individual Report - OALincecumObbie Lincecum was born 1 November 1917 in Selma, Grant Parish, Louisiana, a son of John Gatlin Lincecum and Mary Elizabeth Rashall.  Obbie married Ruth Peoples (1919-2006) 2 July 1938 in La Salle Parish, Louisiana.  He later died 13 March 2000 in Princeton, Bossier Parish, Louisiana.  Obbie rests at Lincecum Cemetery in Grant Parish.

Individual Facts:

  • Census:  22 April 1930 / Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Residence:  abt April 1935 / Selma, Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Occupation:  April 1940 / Road Construction Laborer at Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Census:  2 April 1940 / Selma, Grant Parish, Louisiana
  • Residence:  1990 / Princeton, Bossier Parish, Louisiana

Sources available upon request.  I will respect the privacy of living individuals.

Note:

- These Lincecum households were all "in a row" for the 1940 Grant Parish, Louisiana Federal census:  Osban (#56), John (#57), Joe (#58), Dee (#59), Dan (#60), and Elmora (#61).  Just before Osban, in household #54, was G. D. [Dixie G.] Lincecum.  Dixie was brother to John, and John was father of the rest.  According to this census, "Osban" had a 3rd grade education.

Take all mistakes as good wishes.

30 October 2016

Individual Facts Report for Jarrett L. Berry, Son of Nancy Lincecum

Individual Report - JLBerryJarrett L. was born about 1805 in Georgia to Nancy Lincecum and William Green Berry.  Jarrett married twice.  First to Susannah T. Smith, 19 May 1827 in Bibb County, Alabama.  She was a niece to the two Tabor sisters who married Berry brothers.  Nancy Tabor married Simeon Berry, and Malinda Tabor married Uriah Berry.  Simeon and Uriah were brothers of Jarrett, and Susannah's mother was Mary Tabor.

Jarrett and Susannah had at least eight children:  Reason, Mary, Burton Litton, Thomas, Columbus, Serena, Nancy, and James Madison.  Susannah Smith Berry possibly died in 1853 in Mississippi.

Jarrett's second marriage was to Almeda Tippah, 18 July 1854 in Pontotoc County, Mississippi.  I do not know of any children born to this union.

Jarrett possibly died about 1865 in Arkansas.

Individual Facts:

  • Occupation:  November 1850 / Farmer at Pontotoc County, Mississippi
  • Census:  7 November 1850 / Pontotoc County, Mississippi
  • Occupation:  August 1860 / Farmer at Jackson County, Arkansas
  • Census:  22 August 1860 / Jackson County, Arkansas

Sources available upon request.

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