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This photo contains one or more person(s) that I am currently unable to identify. If you can provide any informaion (even a guess is a starting place), please email me at Genealogy@ksthompson.com with your information!

The photos in my unknown photo collection could come from either my mother’s family (Treat, Lawrence, and related family lines) or my father’s family (Thompson, Stout, and related family lines).

Also, my Great-Aunt Mabel (Stout) Parsons was a school teacher in the Springdale schools for many years so some of the photos may be of her students.

Charles C. Hathorne Obituary

Charles Hathorne was the father of my Great-Great Aunt Annie Frances Hathorn Stout, the wife of Clyde Stout.

 

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Deaths

Charles C. Hathorne

Charles Coleman Hathorne, age 72, died June 23 at his home near Kingston.  Burial was made in the Upper Camp Ground cemetery.  The Bruce Brashears Undertaking Company directed the arrangements.

Mr.  Hathorne was a native of Indiana but resided in Madison county most of his life.  He is survived by his wife, Margaret Rogers Hathorne; five sons Omer and Coleman of Kingston, Willis of Huntsville, James of Alma and Jeff of Littlefield, Texas;  four daughters, Annie Stout and Lizzie McClung of Plunketville, Okla., Martha Perry of Rocky, Okla., and Elsie Cain of Kingston.

Sunday’s Obituary is a daily blogging prompt used by many genealogy bloggers to help them post content on their sites.

To participate in Sunday’s Obituary, post obituaries along with other information about that person. This is an ongoing series developed by Leslie Ann at Ancestors Live Here.

Originally Published as Sunday’s Obituary:  Charles Coleman Hathorne on July 31, 2011

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This photo contains one or more person(s) that I am currently unable to identify. If you can provide any informaion (even a guess is a starting place), please email me at Genealogy@ksthompson.com with your information!

The photos in my unknown photo collection could come from either my mother’s family (Treat, Lawrence, and related family lines) or my father’s family (Thompson, Stout, and related family lines).

Also, my Great-Aunt Mabel (Stout) Parsons was a school teacher in the Springdale schools for many years so some of the photos may be of her students.

Silver June Doss Tombstone

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Silver June Doss was the daughter of Jess William and Millie Stout Doss who I featured in last week’s Tombstone Tuesday post.  Therefore, she is my first cousin once removed (at least according to my Legacy Family Tree file).

 

Tombstone Tuesday is a daily blogging prompt used by many genealogy bloggers to help them post content on their sites.

To participate in Tombstone Tuesday simply create a post which includes an image of a gravestone of one or more ancestors and it may also include a brief description of the image or the ancestor.

Originally Published as Tombstone Tuesday:  Silver June Doss on August 30, 2011

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This photo contains one or more person(s) that I am currently unable to identify. If you can provide any informaion (even a guess is a starting place), please email me at Genealogy@ksthompson.com with your information!

The photos in my unknown photo collection could come from either my mother’s family (Treat, Lawrence, and related family lines) or my father’s family (Thompson, Stout, and related family lines).

Also, my Great-Aunt Mabel (Stout) Parsons was a school teacher in the Springdale schools for many years so some of the photos may be of her students.

Secrets – 52 Weeks of Personal Genealogy & History

I don’t have a whole of secrets.  I tend to be a pretty open person.  But there are lots of things about me that won’t be on any records a 100 years from now.

I am a romantic at heart!  I want the happy ending to the book or movie but I am also a lover of the crime shows and have a pretty realistic attitude about life.  There are plenty of bad people and bad things do happen to good people but I choose to focus on the good things.  Enough bad things will happen anyway there is no need to give them any more time than necessary!

I am a night owl!  I tend to stay up until late at night and then sleep until noon or after if left to my own devices.  However, I am an adult with responsibilities so I have to go to bed at least at a somewhat reasonable time so I can get up to go to work!

I love romantic comedy movies but I won’t watch a horror movie!  Even the mild ones tend to stay with me and I can’t stop thinking about them forever!

Week #22 – Secrets

Week 22. Secrets. Describe something about yourself that won’t be found on any record 100 years from now.

Originally Published on June 4, 2011

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This photo contains one or more person(s) that I am currently unable to identify. If you can provide any informaion (even a guess is a starting place), please email me at Genealogy@ksthompson.com with your information!

The photos in my unknown photo collection could come from either my mother’s family (Treat, Lawrence, and related family lines) or my father’s family (Thompson, Stout, and related family lines).

Also, my Great-Aunt Mabel (Stout) Parsons was a school teacher in the Springdale schools for many years so some of the photos may be of her students.

Eugene Scott Stamps Obituary

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Eugene Scott Stamps Obituary

Eugene Scott Stamps, 87, resident of Huntsville, died February 25 at the Madison County Hospital.  He was born October 27, 1877 in Carroll County the son of John and Elizabeth Stamps.  He was a Justice of the Peace and deputy assessor of Madison County for a number of years and was a member of the Free Will Baptist Church.

Survivors include the wife, Mrs. Earlin Stamps of Huntsville;  two sons,  Garland of Castleford, Idaho and Clarence Stamps of Fayetteville;  five daughters, Mrs. Era Sparks of Huntsville, Mrs. Bessie Stout of Buhl, Idaho, Mrs. Polly Yingst of Fayetteville, Mrs. Floy Perry and Mrs. Grace Casteel of Huntsville;  one brother, Bee Stamps of Kingston and one sister, Mrs. Maggie Whitaker of Kingston;  21 grandchildren, 41 great grandchildren and eight great-great grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock in the Huntsville Church of Christ with Rev. Bruce Phillips officiating.

Burial will be in the Alabam cemetery under the direction of Brashears Funeral Home.

Sunday’s Obituary is a daily blogging prompt used by many genealogy bloggers to help them post content on their sites.

To participate in Sunday’s Obituary, post obituaries along with other information about that person. This is an ongoing series developed by Leslie Ann at Ancestors Live Here.

Originally Published as Sunday’s Obituary:  Eugene Scott Stamps on August 7, 2011

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This photo contains one or more person(s) that I am currently unable to identify. If you can provide any informaion (even a guess is a starting place), please email me at Genealogy@ksthompson.com with your information!

The photos in my unknown photo collection could come from either my mother’s family (Treat, Lawrence, and related family lines) or my father’s family (Thompson, Stout, and related family lines).

Also, my Great-Aunt Mabel (Stout) Parsons was a school teacher in the Springdale schools for many years so some of the photos may be of her students.

William Oliver and Susan Angeline (King) Stansell Tombstone

William Oliver and Susan Angeline King Stansell were my 2nd Great-Grandparents, the parents of my Great-Grandmother Venna Stansell Thompson.

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Tombstone of William Oliver and Susan Angeline King Stansell

 

Tombstone Tuesday is a daily blogging prompt used by many genealogy bloggers to help them post content on their sites.

To participate in Tombstone Tuesday simply create a post which includes an image of a gravestone of one or more ancestors and it may also include a brief description of the image or the ancestor.

Originally Published as Tombstone Tuesday:  William Oliver and Susan Angeline King Stansell on August 16, 2011