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301 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dooley, Karen Ann (I6345)
302 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cook, Joy Lynne (I6531)
303 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stockwell, Amy Dawn (I8004)
304 The Life Summary of Thomas Marion

When Thomas Marion Houston was born on 17 August 1884, in Carroll, Georgia, United States, his father, Virgil Augustus Houston, was 36 and his mother, Susan Caroline Hubbard, was 36. He married Sallie Lee Scudder in 1907. They were the parents of at least 6 sons. He lived in Banning, Carroll, Georgia, United States in 1900 and Election Precinct 13 Oxford, Calhoun, Alabama, United States in 1940. He died on 1 April 1955, in Anniston, Calhoun, Alabama, United States, at the age of 70, and was buried in Oxford, Calhoun, Alabama, United States. 
Houston, Thomas Marion (I1697)
305 The mother of Dora June Goins remarried a Guedon and he *adopted* the two girls.....and her name therefore changed to Dora June Guedon.  Goins, Dora June (I9038)
306 The mother of Julie Lynn Goins remarried a Guedon and he adopted the two girls so her name became Julie Lynn Guedon. Goins, Julie Lynn (I9040)
307 Tom Moon, born on a farm near Linnville, AL, was a graduate os Howard
College(now Samford University) in Birmingham, AL. He moved to Texas as
did his father and brothers and sisters. In 1911, he married Ethel Worthy, also
from Linville. They moved from Hillsboro, TX to Cleburne, TX where he
became a dealer of Ford automobiles. Tom and Ethel became parents of a
son and two daughters. he served as mayor of Cleburne for 5 terms,
beginning 1938. He also served as the president of the Rotary Club, of the
Chamber of Commerce, and was Chairman of the board of the YMCA. He
was a member of the First Baptist church where he was a deacon and music
director for many years. 
Moon, Thomas Staples (I8023)
308 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brazzel, Tracey Elizabeth (I0764)
309 Two adopted children.

Two adopted children. 
Jackson, George Thomas (I4872)
310 U.S. Senator from Alabama. Heflin, Howell Thomas (I2080)
311 Uncle George began work for Republic Mining (Alcoa) as a waterboy. He worked in several departments and eventually was moved to the paint department at Alcoa. After serving as a seaman in the Navy in WWII, he returned to Alcoa and retired from there with 41 years of service.

His health deteriorated after suffering a stroke. He later died of cancer and is buried in Liberty Cemetery.
Stuckey, George Fox (I8585)
312 Vietnam War Veteran and retired U.S. Army Major Houston, Tommy Roger (I9575)
313 Vivian's last name may be Athens or Baker not sure.
Superintendent of Belton Schools in Belton, Texas 
Baker, Vivian (I8575)
314 Was 6 Feet, 7 Inches tall and wore size 13 shoes. Dial, Doctor Houston (I3839)
315 Was a Baptist preacher.
Died of colon cancer. 
Jones, Charles Arthur (I8940)
316 Was a Confederate War veteran.[Rob12.FTW]

Was a Confederate War veteran. 
Brewster, Nathaniel Jefferson (I5961)
317 Was a detective for the City of Birmingham, Alabama. Houston, David Lamar (I0027)
318 Was a doctor Sealy, Will Camp (I3297)
319 Was a Doctor Sealy, James Hugh (I3298)
320 Was a doctor, living in San Antonio, TX.
Houston, Gray Jones (I0615)
321 Was a foundryman in his early life and later a farmer. Ruddick, Union Terry (I0056)
322 Was a lawyer and lived at Brunswick, GA Symmes, Courtland (I4748)
323 Was a Lieutenant with the New York City Fire Department when he died. He had been with the fire department for 27 years.

Before working as a fireman, he appeared in such Broadway hits as "The Vagabond KIng", "White Eagle" and "New Moon". 
Bailey, William John (I0114)
324 Was a Master Blades Smith and one of the founding members of the knifemakers guild. Pugh, James "Jim" (I9588)
325 Was a merchant, according to 1850 Census. Rollins, James Daniel (I0181)
326 Was a minister. Also a Mason. Ruddick, William John (I9586)
327 Was a school teacher and never married. Whigham, Maggie Jane (I4925)
328 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Moore, Joseph Dean III (I5846)
329 Was an accountant. Ruddick, James Terry (I0057)
330 Was David Hannah Houston, M.D. Houston, David Hannah (I0651)
331 Was Deputy Sheriff of Columbus,GA.
Died of lung cancer. 
Jones, Charles Heywood (I8924)
332 Was Dr. Charles Beamon Ballard Ballard, Charles Beamon (I4628)
333 was Dr. James Howell Sullivan Sullivan, James Howell (I4223)
334 was Dr. John Pugh Houston Houston, John Pugh (I0607)
335 Was Dr. Russell Thomas Thomas, Russell (I0566)
336 Was in Oklahoma in 1920. Hardin, Elba Edwin (I4239)
337 Was living in Ensley (Birmingham) during WW II. Houston, W. Roy (I0149)
338 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Grogan, Kathleen (I5860)
339 Was Ruth Robertson, MD

Was Ruth Robertson, MD 
Robertson, Ruth (I4862)
340 Wayne Lee Bell, Sr., 72, of 710 Liberty Hill Road, died Monday, May 4, 2009 at his residence.
Born in Asheville, NC, he was the son of the late David Eugene and Ruby May Lyda Bell.
Mr. Bell was retired from the United States Secret Service as a Supervisory Special Officer, where he served Lady Bird Johnson for 20 years. He was a retired United States Air Force veteran having served during the Vietnam War. He was recipient of the Bronze Star metal and the Air Force Commendation medal.
Surviving are his wife, Pat Bell; two sons, Wayne Lee Bell, Jr. and his wife, Robin, of Easley, John Karl Bell and his wife, Teresa, of Dallas, TX; a daughter, Kimberly Frances Harriss and her husband, Robert, of San Antonio, TX; three grandchildren, Emily Patricia Bell, Jonathon Michael Bell and Bryan Devon Bell Spc.; two sisters, Ruth Gantt and Mary Dockery; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Memorials may be made to M.D. Anderson Cancer Research Center, PO Box 4486, Houston, TX 77210-4486.
Visitation will be held Thursday, May 7, 2009 from 6:30 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at Thomas McAfee Funeral Home, Downtown. The funeral service will be held Friday, May 8, 2009 at 10:30 a.m. in the downtown chapel. Burial will follow in Robinson Memorial Gardens. 
Bell, Wayne Lee Sr. (I9229)
341 Welsh, Quaker.
May have been born in Frederick County, VA. 
Reagan, Hannah Pugh (I0592)
342 Will from the father of Sarah Germany:

Pike County, Georgia Court of Ord.
Book B Page 101

In the name of God amen.
I William Germany of the county of Pike and State of Georgia do make and ordain
this my last will and testament in manner following:

First, my will is that my just debts be paid out of my estate both real and personal.
I leave to my beloved wife Mary Germany during her natural life or widowhood and
then to be equally divided amongst my children. Secondly, Mary Germany formerly,
now Mary Walker one eleventh part & Sarah Germany formerly now Sarah Houston one
eleventh part & James B. Germany one
eleventh part & A. Melvina Germany formerly now Melvina Cochran one eleventh
part & William Lander Germany one eleventh part & Elizabeth Geremany formerly
now Elizabeth Hughs one eleventh part - Emily Jane Germany one eleventh part -
Bridget Cornelia Germany one eleventh part - Hilliard Germany one eleventh part &
my son, Joseph Germany an equal portion with the rest and five hundred dollars and
Above to his part and my will is that if my son Joseph should die without an heir the part
of my estate that I leave to him shall be equally divided amongst the before mentioned

My will is that my Estate both real and personal remain in the hands of my beloved wife,
Mary Germany.

My will is that my son James B. Germany shall act as Executor over my Estate and after
My debts my Executor will sell if there remains an overplus of possible property to sell
Off so much as he may consider surplus.

This thirty first October ---
Eighteen hundred and forty two
William Germany

Henry J. Bailey
Miles Joins
J.H. Harkins

Will was probated on January 2, 1843 in Pike County, Georgia 
Germany, Sarah Missouri (I0182)
343 William H. Houston listed his occupation as a clerk on the 1860 census. Houston, William Haynes (I4680)
344 Worked in oil industry in Texas and offshore.
Died from throat cancer. 
Moore, Richard Timothy (I6106)
345 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Sept 12, 1918 Draft Card G
Name: Nathan Fowler Good
Residence: 4 RFD Mt. Calm, Limestone Co., Texas
Age: 19; Birth Date: 15 Dec 1898; US Citizen
Race: White; FHL Roll Number: 1983382; DraftBoard: 0
Occupation: Self employed Farmer
Nearest Relative:[Wife?] [Annie] Elizabeth Good; same residence.
Height/Build: Tall/Med; Color of Eyes/Hair: Blue/Brown
Signature: Nathan Fowler Good

Social Security Death Index; SSN: 461-60-9366
Name: Nathen Good; Born: 15 Dec 1898; Died: Oct 1969
Last Residence: 76673 Mount Calm, Hill, Texas, United States of America
State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (1955)
1900 Census: Prairie Hill and Mount Antioch, Limestone, Texas; Roll T623_1655; Page: 22A; ED: 54.
W M Good, head; age 25, b. Sep 1874, TN; parents b. TN; m. 4yr (abt 1896)
Susan Good, wife; age 19, b. Feb 1880, TN; parents b. TN; m. 4yr (abt 1896); 2ch/2 living
Lisia Good, dau; age 2, b. Aug 1897, TX; parents b. TN
Fawler Good, son; age 1, b. Dec 1898, Texas; parents b. Tennessee;
C C Good, brother; age 23, b. Dec 1876, TN; parents b. TN
J F Good, father; age 66, b. Dec 1833, TN; parents b. TN; widowed
1910 Census: Justice Precinct 2, Limestone, Texas; Roll T624_1573; Page: 19A; ED: 35
William M Good, head; age 35, b. abt 1881, TN; fayher b. TN; mother b. SC; m1 13yr (abt 1897)
Susie N Good, wife; age 29, b. abt 1881, TN; parents b. TN; m1 13yr (abt 1897); 8ch/7 living
Susie M Good, dau; age 12, b. abt 1898, TX; parents b. TN
Nathan F Good, son; age 11, b. abt 1899, TX; parents b. TN
Josie B Good, dau; age 7, b. abt 1903, YX; parents b. TN
James O Good, son; age 5, b. abt 1905, TX; parents b. TN
Marvin Good, son; age 3, b. abt 1907, TX; parents b. TN
Allie S Good, dau; age 1 10/12, b. abt Jun 1908, TX; parents b. TN
George W Good, son; age 2/12, b. abt Feb 1910, TX; parents b. TN
Jacob F Good, father; age 77, b. abt 1833, TN; parents b. SC; widowed
William McKinnley was the father of Nathan, and the son of Jacob Fowler Good. 
Good, Nathan Fowler (I1828)
346 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Houston, Angela June (I0379)
347 WW 2 Veteran Houston, Charles Frank (I9572)
348 Young John Allen and Mary Houston

Missionaries to China


Young John Allen was born in Burk Co,GA on Jan 3,1836. His parents were Andrew Young John Allen and Jane Wooten.His father being a man of more education than was common in Georgia, conducted for some years an academy for the benefit of the children and youth of the community, but subsequently he engaged successfully in cotton planting, in which he accumulated a small fortune.Young John was orphaned as a child and was raised by his maternal Aunt and Uncle, Nancy and Wiley Hutchins.

While attending his first year at Emory College, September 1854, he became engaged to Mary Houston, daughter of Samuel and Sarah Houston, who at the time was less than 16 years of age. He induced her to enter college at Lagrange, Georgia for a period of two years and then she transferred to Wesley College,Macon, Georgia. Graduating with First Honors in 1858.

Young John and Mary were married on July 22,1858 in Atlanta, Georgia by Rev. Osborn L. Smith D.D. In December 1859 they sailed to China, taking with them their young daughter Melvina, who later became Mrs. George R. Loehr. After seven long months aboard the sailing vessel "Seaman's Bride". they arrived in Shanghai, China in July 1860, where they were stationed for the rest of their lives. Mary kept open house, not only for the missionaries of her church, but for the many wayworn travellers of the other denominations as well. Remembering her own hardships on the sea, her heart went out especially to sailors. They always found a welcome at her home.

Mary's husband, Young John taught many Chinese gentlemen to read and write, started the first Chinese newspaper. He was also instrumental in starting the first Chinese young lady's school, The McTyeire Home and School for Girls. Young John also played a role in getting the Soong sisters ( one of whom was Mei-Ling, later the wife of Chang Kai shek) to come to America and be educated at Wesley College.

"During the period 1868-1883, Young John allen became involved in a variety of activities that expanded his views on the scope of missionary work. Beginning as a preacher and teacher, he soon became Editor of two newspapers, and later a third, as well as a translator for the Imperial government"

Dr. Allen passed away on May 30, 1907, after 47 years of distinguished service in China, but his wife continued to live in Shanghai. On May 24, 1927, exactly 20 years to the month of the passing of her husband, Mary also passed to her reward. She was 88 years old and had spent 67 of these years as a missionary to China, a record unprecedented in missionary annals.

Mary's Houston's Lineage

John Houston - Mary Ross

John Houston - Mary Wilson

Samuel H. Houston - Sarah Germany


Mary Louise Allen - Henry S. Turner

Mary Francis Turner - Leonard Everett

Ethel M. Everett - Walter R. Yunginger

Lisa Yunginger - Clifford Red Elk

The Latest Edition

9th Generation

Jessica Red Elk

Mary's GGG granddaughter

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Allen, Young John (I0303)
349 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cook, Clyde Thomas (I7971)
350 [Rob12.FTW]

Possibly died Jul 11, 1899 at Corn Hill, TX. 
Strickland, Thomas Jefferson (I1757)

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