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1151 Willow Grove Cemetery Collins, MS Yawn, Isaac Newton (I4056)
 
1152 Wilson Berry Huckaby

Birth 14 Sep 1848 Mississippi, USA
Death 4 Mar 1928 (aged 79) Paris, Logan County, Arkansas, USA
Burial McVay Cemetery Carbon City, Logan County, Arkansas, USA
Memorial ID 35928668
 
Huckaby, Wilson Berry (I8181)
 
1153 Wilson is buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Soso, MS. Wilson serve in WWI from 5 Oct 1917-15 Mar 1919. He was a CPL in the 835th Stevedore Company Transportation Corps. When his ship, the Prisident Grant, embarked from the Hoboken, NJ on 26 Dec 1917, he was assined to CO. B 303rd Stev REGT as a CPL. His widow, Lula K. Graves, applied on 1 Feb 1950 for and received an upright Marble Headstone from the US Government.

Name: Wilson Graves
Gender: Male
Race: Black
Birth Date: 20 Dec 1888
Birth Place: Soso Jones, Mississippi
Father Name: Clayborn Graves
Mother Name: Jennie Bruce
Type of Claim: Original SSN.
Notes: Oct 1940: Name listed as WILSON GRAVES
 
Graves, James Wilson (I483)
 
1154 Woodrow Wilson Ellzey served in the US Marine Corps obtaining the rank of MSGT.
 
Ellzey, Woodrow Wilson (I4346)
 
1155 World War I Draft Registration cards (Part IV) - DeSoto Parish, Louisia na
- Black Men from towns other than Logansport (Surnames A- B, E-G)
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DESOTO PARISH, LOUISIANA WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARDS

PART IV (E - G)

THE FOLLOWING BLACK MEN, REGISTERED FOR THE WORLD WAR I DRAFT IN DESOTO
PARISH, LOUISIANA. MOST OF THESE MEN LISTED TOWNS IN DESOTO PARISH AS
THEIR HOME ADDRESS. THIS LIST INCLUDES A FEW MEN WHO DIDN'T LIVE IN DES OTO
PARISH, LOUISIANA BUT REGISTERED HERE AND THEIR DRAFT CARDS ARE FILED W ITH
THE DESOTO PARISH, LOUISIANA WORLD WAR I DRAFT CARDS. ALL OF THE MEN
LISTED BELOW ARE FROM TOWNS OTHER THAN LOGANSPORT.

Note: *=1917, **=1918, Occ=occupation at time of draft Address=where
living at time of draft (s)=he signed his own name, (x)=he signed his n ame
with a x mark (?)=unsure if he signed his name The children on the 1917
cards were under the age of 12.

CHARLES FIELDS age-18 born-13 May 1900 ** Height-tall Build-medium
Eyes-black Hair-black (x) Occ-farmer, work for J. W. Hanson Nearest
relative, Arie Fields Address-Keatchie, LA 
Fields, Charlie (I233)
 
1156 World War I Draft Registration cards (Part IV) - DeSoto Parish, Louisia na
- Black Men from towns other than Logansport (Surnames A- B, E-G)
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DESOTO PARISH, LOUISIANA WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARDS

PART IV (E - G)

THE FOLLOWING BLACK MEN, REGISTERED FOR THE WORLD WAR I DRAFT IN DESOTO
PARISH, LOUISIANA. MOST OF THESE MEN LISTED TOWNS IN DESOTO PARISH AS
THEIR HOME ADDRESS. THIS LIST INCLUDES A FEW MEN WHO DIDN'T LIVE IN DES OTO
PARISH, LOUISIANA BUT REGISTERED HERE AND THEIR DRAFT CARDS ARE FILED W ITH
THE DESOTO PARISH, LOUISIANA WORLD WAR I DRAFT CARDS. ALL OF THE MEN
LISTED BELOW ARE FROM TOWNS OTHER THAN LOGANSPORT.

Note: *=1917, **=1918, Occ=occupation at time of draft Address=where
living at time of draft (s)=he signed his own name, (x)=he signed his n ame
with a x mark (?)=unsure if he signed his name The children on the 1917
cards were under the age of 12.

DOCK BROKENBERRY age-22 born-15 Oct 1895 * Height-medium Build-medium
Eyes-brown Hair-black (x) Occ-farmer, works for W. H. Cook Claims
exemption, dependant wife Address-Gloster, LA (he was born, Kingston, L A) 
Brokenberry, Dock (I336)
 
1157 World War I Draft Registration cards (Part IV) - DeSoto Parish, Louisia na
- Black Men from towns other than Logansport (Surnames A- B, E-G)
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DESOTO PARISH, LOUISIANA WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARDS

PART IV (E - G)

THE FOLLOWING BLACK MEN, REGISTERED FOR THE WORLD WAR I DRAFT IN DESOTO
PARISH, LOUISIANA. MOST OF THESE MEN LISTED TOWNS IN DESOTO PARISH AS
THEIR HOME ADDRESS. THIS LIST INCLUDES A FEW MEN WHO DIDN'T LIVE IN DES OTO
PARISH, LOUISIANA BUT 
FIELDS, Arie (I797)
 
1158 World War I Draft Registration cards (Part IV) - DeSoto Parish, Louisia na
- Black Men from towns other than Logansport (Surnames A- B, E-G)
---------------------------------

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DESOTO PARISH, LOUISIANA WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARDS

PART IV (E - G)

THE FOLLOWING BLACK MEN, REGISTERED FOR THE WORLD WAR I DRAFT IN DESOTO
PARISH, LOUISIANA. MOST OF THESE MEN LISTED TOWNS IN DESOTO PARISH AS
THEIR HOME ADDRESS. THIS LIST INCLUDES A FEW MEN WHO DIDN'T LIVE IN DES OTO
PARISH, LOUISIANA BUT REGISTERED HERE AND THEIR DRAFT CARDS ARE FILED W ITH
THE DESOTO PARISH, LOUISIANA WORLD WAR I DRAFT CARDS. ALL OF THE MEN
LISTED BELOW
ARE FROM TOWNS OTHER THAN LOGANSPORT.

Note: *=1917, **=1918, Occ=occupation at time of draft Address=where
living at time of draft (s)=he signed his own name, (x)=he signed his n ame
with a x mark (?)=unsure if he signed his name The children on the 1917
cards were under the age of 12.

ARIE FIELDS age-20 born-19 Jun 1898 ** Height-medium Build-medium
Eyes-black Hair-black (s) Occ-farmer, works for A. C. Hanson Nearest
relative, Hettie Fields Address-Keatchie, LA 
FIELDS, Arie (I797)
 
1159 Cook, Kecia (I3911)
 
1160 [From: Benjamin Duckworth: His Descendants and Related Families,compiled by Sandra Boyd from research by Lucille Skehan]:
"He was killed June 5, 1863 during the Battle of Vicksburg.......as can be proved by his Civil War Record, which can be found in the Mississippi Archives......it is true in that a stray bullet from the Union lines killed him, during the celebration that the battle in that area was over.

Corporal, Company C, 7th Battalion Mississippi Infantry
Enlisted 5/12/1862 at Quitman, MS
Listed as sent to hospital on Sept/Oct 1862 muster roll
Listed as deserted 9/15/1862 on Nov/Dec 1862 muster roll
Listed as present on Jan/Feb 1863 muster roll
On Jun 30 to Oct 31 1863 muster roll, listed as Private, and listed as 'Died'

said to be buried in a common grave near the Battle of Vicksburg area
 
Ducksworth, Norvel Robert (I4842)
 
1161 _SUBQ: , Death certificate .
_BIBL: . . Death certificate.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S24)
 
1162 _SUBQ: 1903 US Census, Simpson, MS., (Part of Beat 2), .
_BIBL: MS.. Simpson. 1903 US Census. Sheet # 12. Emmeration District 64/9 Supe rvisor' Dist 8.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S20)
 
1163 _SUBQ: Booker Chatman Death C
_BIBL: Booker Chatman Death C.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S5)
 
1164 _SUBQ: Cousin Bedo told me about his twin sisters Attic and Agnes.
_BIBL: Cousin Bedo told me about his twin sisters Attic and Agnes.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S15)
 
1165 _SUBQ: Cousin Bedo told me about his twin sisters Attic and Agnes.
_BIBL: Cousin Bedo told me about his twin sisters Attic and Agnes.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S16)
 
1166 _SUBQ: Cousin Frank Jr. was issused a Social Security card in the state of Tex as
before 1951. The Social Security Death Index (SSDI) indicated that he w as
born on 6 Dec 1927, and died in Mar 1979, in Beaumont, TX. Cousin Lero y
Chatmon provided the following information on Frank: Frank Jr. had two
sons, they are John and Robert Lewis.
_BIBL: Cousin Frank Jr. was issused a Social Security card in the state of Tex as
before 1951. The Social Security Death Index (SSDI) indicated that he w as
born on 6 Dec 1927, and died in Mar 1979, in Beaumont, TX. Cousin Lero y
Chatmon provided the following information on Frank: Frank Jr. had two
sons, they are John and Robert Lewis.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S4)
 
1167 _SUBQ: Eugene and Octavie Stagg were married on 31 Jan 1888, by Rev. Villenevu e
Rideau. Eugene Thomas as principal and Amedia Frnge as security, are he ld
and firmly bound unto the Governor of the state of Louisiana, in the su m
of Three Hundred Dollars, for the payment of which we bind ourselves, o ur
heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, by these
presents. Dated at Opelousas, this 23 Jan1888. Their wedding was
witnesses by John X Lewis, Jules X Mitchell and Jules X Dayon. This
information was provided by the U.S. Census, dated 1 Jun 1900. He and h is
family lived in 5th Ward (part of 13th Justice of the Peace) Washingto n
Township, St. Landry Parish, La. Additional information given:
Supervisor District #3; Enumberation District #61; Sheet #2B;Page #200.
Eugene Thomas was my grandmother's brother. His occupation was listed a s
a farmer in 1900. They later moved to Elton, LA., where he was employe d
as a manager of a meat martket. One of his son Zachary (Zac) later ran
the meat market and was married to Ms Katie B. Thomas of whom the high w as
named after. His great granddaugther Andrea Thomas attends Jones High
School in Houston TX., as a student of mine.
_BIBL: Eugene and Octavie Stagg were married on 31 Jan 1888, by Rev. Villenevu e
Rideau. Eugene Thomas as principal and Amedia Frnge as security, are he ld
and firmly bound unto the Governor of the state of Louisiana, in the su m
of Three Hundred Dollars, for the payment of which we bind ourselves, o ur
heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, by these
presents. Dated at Opelousas, this 23 Jan1888. Their wedding was
witnesses by John X Lewis, Jules X Mitchell and Jules X Dayon. This
information was provided by the U.S. Census, dated 1 Jun 1900. He and h is
family lived in 5th Ward (part of 13th Justice of the Peace) Washingto n
Township, St. Landry Parish, La. Additional information given:
Supervisor District #3; Enumberation District #61; Sheet #2B;Page #200.
Eugene Thomas was my grandmother's brother. His occupation was listed a s
a farmer in 1900. They later moved to Elton, LA., where he was employe d
as a manager of a meat martket. One of his son Zachary (Zac) later ran
the meat market and was married to Ms Katie B. Thomas of whom the high w as
named after. His great granddaugther Andrea Thomas attends Jones High
School in Houston TX., as a student of mine.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S2)
 
1168 _SUBQ: h State:
Certifi
Place of Accident: Origin:
_BIBL: h State:
Certifi
Place of Accident: Origin:.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S7)
 
1169 _SUBQ: h State:
Certifi
Place of Accident: Origin:
_BIBL: h State:
Certifi
Place of Accident: Origin:.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S8)
 
1170 _SUBQ: h State:
Certifi
Place of Accident: Origin:
_BIBL: h State:
Certifi
Place of Accident: Origin:.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S9)
 
1171 _SUBQ: Information obtained from her obiturary.
_BIBL: Information obtained from her obiturary.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S14)
 
1172 _SUBQ: Jesse Fields and Edna Hall were married in Gloster, LA., on 11 Jan 1947 ,
according to their marriage certificate# 15764. The Minister of the Gos pel
performing the wedding was Rev Fred Sloam. Their witnesses were: Carrie
Field, Joseph Lloyd and Emma Mosley.
_BIBL: Jesse Fields and Edna Hall were married in Gloster, LA., on 11 Jan 1947 ,
according to their marriage certificate# 15764. The Minister of the Gos pel
performing the wedding was Rev Fred Sloam. Their witnesses were: Carrie
Field, Joseph Lloyd and Emma Mosley.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S13)
 
1173 _SUBQ: le, NJ., where he join the ministery shortly thereafter. He married a
lady named Marie Davis. They adopted two children. He later lived in
Chicago. IL. for several years. Uncle Andrew finally made his way to
Cincinnati, OH where he pastored the Solid Rock Church until he died in
around 1983.

Lewis, Andrew
Death Date: 24 October 1976 Place of Death: Cincinnati, Hamilton Coun ty
Residence: Cincinnati, Hamilton County Gender: Male
Race: Non-White Age: 84 Years
Marital Status: Married Death Certified by: Coroner
Work Injury: Autopsy: No Autopsy
Birth Date: Birth State:
Certificate: 080623 Volume: 22668
Place of Accident: Origin:
_BIBL: le, NJ., where he join the ministery shortly thereafter. He married a
lady named Marie Davis. They adopted two children. He later lived in
Chicago. IL. for several years. Uncle Andrew finally made his way to
Cincinnati, OH where he pastored the Solid Rock Church until he died in
around 1983.

Lewis, Andrew
Death Date: 24 October 1976 Place of Death: Cincinnati, Hamilton Coun ty
Residence: Cincinnati, Hamilton County Gender: Male
Race: Non-White Age: 84 Years
Marital Status: Married Death Certified by: Coroner
Work Injury: Autopsy: No Autopsy
Birth Date: Birth State:
Certificate: 080623 Volume: 22668
Place of Accident: Origin:.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S6)
 
1174 _SUBQ: Roy Jr. was married.
he recieved while in Vietnam.
_BIBL: Roy Jr. was married.
he recieved while in Vietnam.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S10)
 
1175 _SUBQ: Roy Jr. was married.
he recieved while in Vietnam.
_BIBL: Roy Jr. was married.
he recieved while in Vietnam.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S11)
 
1176 _SUBQ: Roy Jr. was married.
he recieved while in Vietnam.
_BIBL: Roy Jr. was married.
he recieved while in Vietnam.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S12)
 
1177 _SUBQ: Social Security Administration, "U.S. Social Security Death Index", dat abase, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), , .
_BIBL: Social Security Administration. "U.S. Social Security Death Index." Dat abase. Ancestry.com. Social Security Death Index (SSDI). http:// ssdi.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ : .
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S21)
 
1178 _SUBQ: Some information on Uncle Fred was obtained from the SSDI.
_BIBL: Some information on Uncle Fred was obtained from the SSDI.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S3)
 
1179 _SUBQ: Source of information came from the U. S. Cencus Report of 1900, for
Jackson County, MS. Additional information: McInnis coded = M-252; Vo l
22; ED 38; SH 22; Line 65. They were list as Family # 453 and their ho use
was Dewelling # 449. Jackson County, MS, Beat 1 Northeast; ED by Walte r
Stewart 5586.
_BIBL: Source of information came from the U. S. Cencus Report of 1900, for
Jackson County, MS. Additional information: McInnis coded = M-252; Vo l
22; ED 38; SH 22; Line 65. They were list as Family # 453 and their ho use
was Dewelling # 449. Jackson County, MS, Beat 1 Northeast; ED by Walte r
Stewart 5586.
_TMPLT:
 
Source (S1)
 
1180 _TMPLT:
 
Source (S19)
 
1181 _TMPLT:
 
Source (S22)
 
1182 _TMPLT:
 
Source (S23)
 

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