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Son of William Milton Mathews and Theodosia Ernest Wolf. Member
of the Knights of the Pythias Myrtle Lodge No. 136; Member of
National Rifemen's Association and a certified Rifle, pistol and
shotgun instructor; a licensed commercial pilot with
instructor's rating; WWII instructor at Tuscoloosa, AL. In 1959
lived at 555 7th St. McComb, MS.
says her name was Madaline DE LA ROCHEFAUCALD m. Pierre Jacob
CHASTAIN Sr. Dr., 1683, Charost, France. This was an early
assumption and has been corrected, see notes of Pierre. 10 APR
1700 Pierre, wife Susanne Renaud, 5 children on Mary and Ann
from Gravesend, England. 23 JUL 1700 Arrived at mouth of James
"In 1856, he came to Texas at the age of seventeen. He fought in
the Civil War, serving in the Texas 7th Cavalry of the
Confederacy. After the war, he married Mary Morris Price, a
widow with a small son, who had lost her husband in the war.
They went to live in the Crims Chapel Community in Rusk County.
They settled on two hundred and twenty-three acres (about
forty-five of which formerly belonged to the late Calvin Price).
The family raised horses, cows, sheep, angora goats, hogs and
turkeys.They farmed the land and raised sugar cane, cotton,
corn, and other crops. They also had a large orchard of peaches,
apples, and almond trees."
Leroy "Lee" STANDARD
James "Jim" STANDARD
Edward "Ed" Lawler STANDARD + Clarite Monetta BOX b: 14 FEB 1884
d: 28 Aug 1954
Amos Gaines STANDARD
Henry Morris STANDARD
Jessee Bell STANDARD