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1 Added this marriage during conversation with Billie Harris Luse. Family: F448
2 Archibald and Elizabeth were married by Thomas S. Meyers, Justice of the Peace. Family: F441
3 Frank and Nancy were married by S. M. Hennessee (Samuel McGee Hennessee born 1831 who is Frank's brother), Justice of the Peace. Family: F446
4 Fred and Joy were married in a church in Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma. After the wedding they went to the home of Joy's aunt and uncle, Archie and Mary Harrison. This is where they had a small reception for family and friends and where their wedding photos were taken.
Family: F152
5 Hannah Dennis' marriage to Thomas S. Harrison has been documented by Hannah Harrison-Asbury's descendants through her marriage records in the Library of the Latter-day Saints (LDS).

Hanna D Dennis b. 1760 marriage to Thomas Harrison b. 1750 in the year 1779 in the state of Virginia, has been documented by the U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560 - 1900 Record

Hanna Dennis marriage to Thomas Harrison has been documented by the Botetourt County, Virginia Marriage Roster, 1770-1853, page 22. 
Family: F37
6 Juanita Clower Kirby Wells notes states Alph and Nellie married in Tussy, Oklahoma. The marriage license only says "Indian Territory" and doesn't even show Stephens County. Family: F136
7 Marriage record found at the Texas County Court Records, Film # 0931629-0931632 in Missouri. Family: F135
8 Married in South Main Church of Christ. Family: F314
9 Robert and Elizabeth were married by S. H. Templeton, Justice of the Peace. Family: F447
10 Sallie and Elijah belonged to Old Rocky Primitive Baptist Church. Family: F466
11 The minister who married Joseph Harrison and Martha Hankins was William Henkel. This was documented in their family bible. Family: F100
12 Wiseman book indicates wedding day as 14th, ancestry.com Tennessee Marriage Index indicates 13th. Will order Warren County, Tennessee Marriage Records 1852 - 1900 to verify this information. Family: F133
13 1840 Census for Warren County, Tennessee shows Agnes is living near John Grove, George Harrison and Joseph Harrison. She is widowed with MANY children. Agnis
14 The name of William's first wife is unknown, as stated by the Wiseman book.

The name of William's first wife is Lembia, as stated by The Hennessee Family book, however it is referenced by "Death Certificates - Warren and Van Buren Counties: 1914-1919", p. 120. She had her first child on 22 Sept 1802 and this death certificate would have made her at least 127 years old so I do not believe William's first wife is Lembia.

Many other family trees show William's first wife to be mary "Polly" Heard born 2 Oct 1780 in Henry County, Virginia, marrying William on 26 Oct 1801 in Green County, Georgia and dying in Warren County, Tennessee. This information makes a great deal of sense for the following reasons:
- There were Hayes family members born in Green County, Georgia.
-Mary "Polly" is a name used in the family for every generation to today.
-Their first child's birth lines up to be 9 months and 3 weeks after the marriage date.

This researcher has not done any further research to try to locate the name of William's first wife.  
15 Ruth Lurlene Harrison Obit

Funeral service for Ruth Lurlene Harrison, 76, of Indiahoma, will be at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, April 7, 2009 at Lawton Ritter Gray Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. John Webb, pastor of Cache Christian Church officiating.

Burial will be at Pecan Cemetery.

Mrs. Harrison died on Thursday, April 2, 2009 in Lawton.

Ruth was born on April 24, 1932 in Lawton, Oklahoma to Clifford and Marie Adams. She married Billy Joe Harrison on March 12, 1949 in Lawton and they owned and operated Harrison Appliance Service. Ruth also worked as the manager of the Sher-lin Apartments until her retirement. Mr. Harrison died on August 29, 2002. Ruth was a member of the Cache Christian Church.

She is survived by two sons, Bobby and his wife, Nancy Harrison, of Indiahoma, and Clifford Pollard, of the home; two daughters, Linda Belcher and her husband, Johnny, of Indiahoma and Marilyn Elam, of Lawton; her sister, Joann Edison; her brother in law, Jackie Harrison; her sister in law, Peggy Przyszczypkowski, her grandchildren, Amber McQueen, of Cache, Susan Collins, of Altus, Heather Shockley, of Elk City, Billy Belcher, of Indiahoma, Jennifer Belcher, of Indiahoma, BJ Harrison, of Blanchard, Rhonda Harrison, of Chattanooga, Ruth Pollard, of Lawton, Brittney Verbeck, of Indiahoma, Wayne Roach, of Indiahoma, and Dana Jones, of Indiahoma; and 15 great grandchildren; one great great grandchild.

She was preceded in death by her husband, her parents, one sister, one brother, one granddaughter, and one great granddaughter.
Adams, Ruth Lurlene
16 Warren Lee died in infancy. Argo, Warren Lee
17 William Asbury, Jr and William Asbury, Sr. are both listed on the 1802 Tazewell County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List. The last name of Asbury is listed as "Asberry" on that Tax List. Asbury, William
18 Obituary: Lawton Constitution 3 Nov. 2001
Grace Dove
Funeral for Grace Dove, 90, Lawton, will be at 2 p.m. today at Letitia Baptist Church with the Rev. Bubba Clark, pastor, officiating.
Mrs. Dove died Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2001, in Lawton.
She was born Sept. 28, 1911, East of Lawton, to William "Bill" and Artie Bardsher. She married Jesse "Pete" Dove on Jan. 23, 1934, in Duncan. He died Sept. 6, 1981. she was a 1933 graduate of Lawton High School. She was a member of Letitia Baptist Church. She served two terms as president of the Pioneer Women's Club and was a member of the Roseland Extension Homemaker Group, from which she received her 50-year broach. She also was a member of the Senior Citizens Crippled Turkey Square Dance Club and was active at the Nutrition Center.
Survivors include two sisters: Jessie Hicks and Ruth Smith, both of Lawton; a brother-in-law, David Harmon, Lawton; four sisters-in-law: Gladys Bardsher, Duncan; Verbie Kirkpatrick, Comanche; and Viva Lovett and Vera Bloodworth, both of Duncan; 26 nieces and nephews; 62 great-nieces and nephews; and 35 great-great- nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by three brothers; Henry, Jake and Fred Bardsher; and two sisters: Blanche light and Ruby Harmon.

Parents, grandfather&at least 2 brothers buried at Latitia Cemetary, Lawton, Comanche Coutny, Oklahoma. 
Bardsher, Grace
19 Wiseman Family and Allied Lines (Eugene Wiseman, 1991), Page 320 states, The Bybee (Bibby) family comes from Coppull, Standish Parish, Lancaster County, England. English records show the following of that name through the history of that parish from as early as 1280. There we find William Bibby (1280-1340, Henry Bibby (1300-1365), Nicholas Bibby (1420-1479), Thomas Bibby (1545-1625), and William Bibby (1598-1637). Old Lancaster records show a "George Byby" (Bibby) of Coppull married Jenet Heworth on 4May 1621. Contained in the records of Lancaster County are the following wills: James Bibby of Coppull (1677), William Bibby of Worthington (1688), John Bibby of Coppull (1689), Matthew Bibby of Worthington (1757), William Bibby of Worthington (1759). A John Bibby of Liverpool, Lancaster County whose will was dated 1808, was a very prominent ship owner. His fleet of more than a dozen ships, was one of the most prosperous engaged in English coastal trade. His biographer chained his descent from the Coppull, Standish Parish, Bibbys.

Eastern Shore where William died is not a town, he actually died on the eastern shores of Virginia. He migrated to Virginia on the ship called "Swan", landed and settled at Accomack Plantation on June 1620. His wife Mary, whom he married before leaving England did not join him until the spring of 1636. Mary arrived on the ship "Margaret and John". Their son Edmond, born in 1637 was no doubt named for Sir Edmund Scarborough, with whom William Bibby was associated. William died on his oriinal 400 acre farm which was located on the lower peninsula, next to the farm of Captain William Epp, with whom he had been long associated with. 
Bibby, William
20 Laura Viola (Harrison) Rodgers Family Record:
The quartet with Bill, Leon, Archie Harrison and Wayne Rodgers sang "Where We Never Grow Old" at Tommy's funeral. 
Boggs, Henry Thomas
21 Jimmy died at age 23 in Vietnam War. Boggs, Jimmy
22 Additional contact person for additional family burrial lots 84 C, 84 D, 84 E, 84 F at Pecan Cemetery, Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma. Boggs, Karen Allene
23 Lena Mae was born Edna Mae. She changed her name because of a girl who lived in the same area was named Edna Mae Blumenshine. Boggs, Lena Mae
24 Additional contact person for additional family burrial lots 84 C, 84 D, 84 E, 84 F at Pecan Cemetery, Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma. Boggs, Mary Kathleen
25 Baron calls Alex G.W. -Fonda June Woods Bonner Bonner, Alexander George Woods
26 Burrial lot 74 A reserved at Pecan Cemetery, Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma

Daughter Kristy Raffety (Bonner) contact person for additional family burrial lots 74 E, 74 F at Pecan Cemetery, Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma. 
Bonner, Baron Paul
27 Contact person for additional family burrial lots 74 E, 74 F at Pecan Cemetery, Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma. Bonner, Kristy June
28 Burrial lot 74 C reserved at Pecan Cemetery, Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma
Bonner, Lester Leon
29 Laura Viola (Harrison) Rodgers Family Record:
26 friends and family members were present at Paul Bonner's Funeral Dinner on 9-3-91.
Baron Bonner Butch Bonner
Paula Miranda Wayne & Viola Rodgers
Archie & Mary Harrison Bill & Ethel Rodgers
Susie Hennessee Sherry Hervey
Leon Harrison Bill & Wilma Harrison
Sandra Harrison Gary Rodgers
Alicia Barrington Larry & Gail Davis
Laura Davis Chip Harper
J. O. & Helen Howard Roxey Landrum
William Jones

Bill, Leon and Archie Harrison and Wayne Rodgers sang "Father Along", "Where We Never Grow Old" and "Where Could I Go" at Paul's funeral. 
Bonner, Paul C
30 Possible middle name Jane. Brewer, Mary
31 Another researcher noted John's birth year as 1706.

Wiseman Family and Allied Lines (Eugene Wiseman, 1991), Page 320 states John was married three times, Sarah Giles was his first wife, he had children by all three wives and all eight of his sons served in the American Revolution. It also indicates John had at one time owned about 1500 acres on both sides of Ballenger's Creek in Fluvannia County, Virginia.
Bybee, John Sr
32 Wiseman Family and Allied Lines (Eugene Wiseman, 1991), Page 320 states John was called Jr. but was actually John Bybee III. This is proven to be incorrect by DAR as John's son was John Bybee III.

DAR #A017929
John Bybee Jr fought in the American Revolution as a private in two Regiments from Virginia, the 15th Regiment in Captain William Grimes' Company and the 11th Regiment in Captain David Mason's Company. NARA, M881, Compiled Military Service Records, Roll #987. These were probably consolidated Regiments, but I will have to do some research on it to make sure.
Bybee, John Jr
33 Passed away at the home of Pod and Eunice Harrison when they lived at 1503 H Avenue, Lawton, Oklahoma. Byrd, Minnie Bell
34 Kevin's mother legally changed his name from Cagle to Cook when he was a child. When Kevin became an adult, he changed his name back to Cagle. Cagle, Kevin Scott
35 1930 United States Federal Census Record for Faxon, Comanche County, Oklahoma indicates Oliver and Kermit are living with their grandmother L. T. and cousins (Uncles) George and Rylie Glasgow.

Mary Lou Barbe Williams family records: "Oliver was born in Iuka, Mississippi. His parents divorced when he was a small child. His early years they lived with his grandparents. They moved to Faxon, Oklahoma. His mother married Charles Vaughn Barbe and Oliver remained with his grandmother, Mrs. Lou Hale Glasgow."

"He went to live with his mother when he was a teenager. He met and married Miss Illa Alene Boggs on February 15, 1934. They had three children. He farmed and ran a small dairy near Sawnson store east of Lawton. He moved to Roswell, New Mexico and worked for several years as a farm equipment salesman for International Harvester Company. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of the Eagles. He divorced his wife Illa (Bid) cagle in May 1964 and was married to Mrs. Lois McGuffin. She had three sons."

"He retired and moved to Rockport, Texas due to health problems. He had asthma and breathing problems. He did from a heart attack on Saturday morning, March 23, 1985 at his home in Rockport. He was buried in the Rockport Cemetery."

When Oliver and Bid got married, Rene Boggs and Perks Boggs signed their marriage license as witnesses. After they got married they went to the parents house of Rena Boggs, then Mr. and Mrs. Miller.
Cagle, Oliver Preston
36 Research notes for parents or family of William Columbus Cagle:

November 2006 search found no census records with William Cagle born about 1888 in Mississippi.

William would have been living in or around Iuka, Mississippi at the time he married Artie Glasgow and just prior to the birth of their first son Oliver Cagle who was born in Iuka. Research in the 1910 Tishomingo County, Mississippi census brought up only a few families with the name of Cagle.

1900 Coahoma County, Mississippi does have a William Cagle born in August of 1887 in Mississippi. He is living with his Father Hodge born in August of 1852 in Alabama and his mother Matta born in January of 1869 in Alabama. There are 4 other children living with them who were all born in Mississippi: A daughter Cora L. born in March of 1889, George born in October of 1891, Mattie born in September of 1894 and Rachel born in November of 1899. There is also a James Cagle living with them who was born in March of 1875 in Tennessee. His relationship with the head of the household, Hodge, can not be read, however this James is living in Iuke Mississippi on the 1920 Census.

1910 Iuka Township, Tishomingo County, Mississippi
There were only 4 people with the last name of Cagle.
Charlie Cagle who was born about 1873 was born in Mississippi and his father and mother were born in Alabama. He has a wife Belle who was born about 1868 and they have no children.
Jim Cagle who was born about 1878 was born in Mississippi and his father and mother were born in Alabama. He has a wife Della who was born about 1890 and they have no children.
Charlie and Jim are listed on the census next to each other and could be brothers. They are also the right age to be younger brothers of William. Families or groups of brothers often settled in a new area together.

1910 Liberty Township, Tishomingo County, Mississippi (census page 13) Same township as Artie Glasgow and her family.
George W Cagle born about 1862 in Mississippi. His father was born in the United States and his mother was born in Alabama. His wife Laucia?, who's name is unclear on the census, was born about 1856 in Mississippi. Her father was born in Alabama and her mother was born in North Carolina. They have one child living with them Olivia? N., this name is also difficult to read, who was born about 1893 in Mississippi.

1910 Mills Township, Tishomingo County, Mississippi
John James Cagle born about 1866 in Alabama and his wife Prudence born about 1870 in Alabama. They have 8 children living with them ranging in age from 20 to 1 year and 4 months. The census does indicate Prudence gave birth to 10 children and 9 are still living. This would mean their oldest child who would have been born about 1888, the same time as William Columbus Cagle, has already left home. 1900 Census indicates this oldest child was a daughter, Irene.

1910 Providence Township, Tishomingo County, Mississippi
There are two young families with parents about the same age as William Cagle. Although they could be brothers, they are to young to be his parents. John T Cagle family and Chas E Cagle family.

1910 Bay Springs Township, Tishomingo County, Mississippi
Lord Cagle born in Alabama about 1865 and his wife Martha born in Mississippi in about 1871 and 6 of their children ranging in age from 6 to 19 years old. Although they are the right age, they could not be William Cagle's parents because they have 6 children and all 6 children are living with them.

Although there are 194 people by the name of Cagle living in Mississippi, the above Cagles are the only ones living in a county near the Glasgow family.

Unfortunately, Tishomingo County is the most North East county of Mississippi and borders Tennessee and Alabama.

William C. Cagle would have been in the Tishomingo County, Mississippi area around 1920. Wilma Lois (Cagle) Harrison recalls her Granny, Artie Leona Glasgow saying that William came back once before she and the children moved to Oklahoma and he tried to steal her cow which was one of her only means for providing for herself and the children.
Cagle, William Columbus
37 The home of Thomas and Rena Miller Boggs was just down the road from her parents house. Rena was not only Wilma's aunt, she was the midwife for the area.

Burial lot 55 C reserved at Pecan Cemetery, Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma
Cagle, Wilma Lois
38 Laura Viola (Harrison) Rodgers Family Record:
The quartet with Bill, Leon, Archie Harrison and Wayne Rodgers sang "Where We Never Grow Old" and "Old Rugged Cross" at Maydell's funeral. 
Cambell, Maydell Fannie
39 1910 Census indicates Hulen's Father was born in Kansas and his Mother was born in Missouri. Cantrell, Hulen
40 1910 Census indicates Hulen's father was born in Kansas and his mother was born in Missouri. Cantrell, Hulen
41 In 2012, during a conversation with Fonda Woods Bonner about the connection between her Woods family and her husband's Hennessee and Harrison family, I realized that her grandmother's Clifton family had the same name as a Clifton family married into the Hennessee family and I had two Delph Clifton's in my file. I researched this further through The Wiseman Family book and The Hennessee Family book and realized this was the same person and merged the two.

I also researched and found Margaret Clifton who was also connected to the Hennessee family and the Clifton's are related to the Barnes and our other families in Warren County, Tennessee. I will contact Mary Elizabeth Barns and ask her to send me all of her Woods research so we can try to find the other connections to the family, try to follow their migration to Texas and Oklahoma and possibly be able to find the Woods family history back further than Issac Nathan Woods. 
Clifton, Delph
42 1930 Census, Leona's daugher Opal, indicates her mother was born in Oklahoma. Clifton, Leona Bell
43 A previous publication showed Margarett's maiden name as Atwood. Cassie Belle Harrison Bevis wrote to Fonda June Woods Bonner "Tom Hennessee's Grandmother was Margarett "Aunt Mag" Hennessee. He and Little George is second cousins. Cliftons - Lea had two brothers and a sister; (difficult to read possible Rice or Will?), Delph, Mag and Lee." Clifton, Margaret
44 Burrial lot 51 E reserved at Pecan Cemetary, Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma

Contact person for additional family burrial lots 51 D at Pecan Cemetary, Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma. 
Clower, Juanita Faye
45 This researcher had William's name listed as W J Cotton which came from the Rodgers' family records. I added the name William during an interview with Joni Rodgers. Cotton, W. J.
46 "History of Tennessee" by TnGenWeb Project "George W. Cunningham, farmer and merchant of the Fifteenth Civil District of Warren County; was born in that county June 16, 1821, and is the son of John and Sarah Cunningham. The father was born in Virginia about 1792, and died in Warren County, Tenn., about 1857 He was of Scotch Irish descent. His father, our subject's grandfather came to Tennessee in 1810, and located near the celebrated falls of Caney Fork, being among the first settlers of Warren County. He was in the war of 1812, and his father was in the Revolutionary war. John Cunningham was a farmer and tanner by occupation, and a Democrat in politics. The mother of our subject was born in Hyde County, N. C., October 25, 1799, and is now living with her son, George W. She has a limited education, but has a very strong mind for one of her age. She is a member of the Baptist Church. Our subject is the fourth of six children born to his parents, and now lives on the farm where he was born. His occupation in life has been that of a farmer until 1885, when in connection with his farm he engaged in the mercantile business at Rock Island, Tenn. He formed a co-partnership with his grandson, Willie A. Moore, under the firm title of Cunningham & Moore. They carry a stock of goods valued at $2,500 and Mrs. Cunningham also owns 215 acres of land in Warren County, with the principal part under cultivation. This is the result of economy and judicious management. In August, 1842, he married Miss Sarah A. Hennessee, a native of Warren County, born about 1823, and the daughter of A. W. and Jennie (Neal) Hennessee. To them was born one child, a daughter, named Amanda." Cunningham, George Washington
47 Cunningham DNA Project: Haplogroup I2b1 Cunningham, John II
48 Hannah Dennis, the wife of Thomas Samuel Harrison, Sr., was closely related to the Hannah Dennis who was captured by a party of Shawnee Indians. The Shawnees went through Lartmill Gap to Purgatory Creek and killed Joseph Dennis and his child, and took Hanna, his wife, prisoner. Hannah learned the Shawnee tongue and because of her skill in treating illnesses, she was given much liberty. She escaped on a driftwood log and made her way back to her family in 1763.

Hannah Dennis is buried on the Perry farm on Fairgrounds Road in Tazewell County, Virginia.

Quote from Eugene Wiseman: Hannah Dennis Harrison signed her will on May 20, 1830 and the will was proven in June 1830 in Tazewell County, Virginia Will Book 1, page 31. The executor was her son Thomas and there were three witnesses, William Taylor, John B. Gillespie and James Mahood. Her sons were listed as Thomas, Alexander, James, Joseph, Samuel, Audley and one daughter Nelly Thompson. Some of her grandchildren were also listed as son Thomas' daughter Hanna Harrison and Hanna Thompson and also the heirs of her daughter Nancy Gillespie. One daughter in law was listed, Polly Harrison.
Dennis, Hannah
49 A replacement tombstone placed at the foot of Audley M Harrison Sr's original tombstone in the late 1900's by Audley M Harrison Jr's descendants shows Elizabeth's birth year as 1804. I have been unable to find any other mention of this date. Dennis, Hannah Elizabeth
50 Tazewell County, Virginia was not originally the name of Anna's birth location, the name of the county changed after her birth.

Our People at Rest: Shellsford Cemetery by Robert A. C. and Leona Hills page 112. Hennessee Family History by David Hennessee indicates Hannah's year of death 1856 and Boney / Hennessee famly tree from internet by Randy Boney, Garland, Texas and other internet family trees show Hannah's year of death 1846. Some researchers show the year of death to be 1836. This researcher believes 1836 is the correct year due to the census records, 1836 would be 4 years after her last child was born and 2 years before Audley had his first child with Elizabeth Grove. Additionally, Hannah's tombstone indicates she died on 02 Feb 1836 but DAR file number 460666 and 840385 indicates she died on 26 Sept 1835. As of 31 Dec 2010, I am waiting on original records from DAR to confirm the correct date of death.
Dennis, Hannah Elizabeth

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