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Descendants of Moses ROUNTREE in North Central Louisiana

Thirteenth Generation

454. Amanda Virginia ALBRITTON (Washington Wiggins ALBRITTON , John Frizzle ALBRITTON , Penelope FRIZZLE , Mary ROUNTREE , Jesse ROUNTREE , "Jesse" ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , John , Joseph , William , Moses ).

Amanda married John Henry Young JONES on 11 Aug 1897. John was born on 24 Jan 1871.

They had the following children:

  656 M i Lewis Washington JONES
  657 F ii Edna Mae JONES
  658 M iii John Thomas JONES
  659 F iv Mildred JONES

470. Theophilus Harrison ALBRITTON (George Washington ALBRITTON , Allen Kendrick ALBRITTON , Penelope FRIZZLE , Mary ROUNTREE , Jesse ROUNTREE , "Jesse" ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , John , Joseph , William , Moses ) was born on 13 Feb 1857 in Alabama. He died in 1913.

1880 United States Census for Snow Hill, Wilcox, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254034, NA Film Number T9-0034 , Page Number 180C
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Theophiteus H. ALBRITTON Self M Male W 23 AL Farmer AL AL
Mary O. ALBRITTON Wife M Female W 16 AL Keeping House AL AL
William T. ALBRITTON Son S Male W 10M AL AL AL

Theophilus married Mary O. (ALBRITTON). Mary was born about 1864 in Alabama.

They had the following children:

  660 M i William T. ALBRITTON was born about 1879 in Alabama.

492. George Henry KYSER (Nancy Ann ALBRITTON , Allen Kendrick ALBRITTON , Penelope FRIZZLE , Mary ROUNTREE , Jesse ROUNTREE , "Jesse" ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , John , Joseph , William , Moses ) was born on 13 Aug 1867 in Alabama. He died on 2 Jul 1954.

George married Adella Bell BARNETT. Adella was born on 27 Aug 1875. She died on 20 Apr 1947.

They had the following children:

  661 M i Benjamin Curry KYSER was born on 1 Jul 1894. He died on 7 Oct 1957.
        Benjamin married Jewel Mae PATTERSON. Jewel was born on 7 Mar 1896. She died on 23 Nov 1980.
+ 662 F ii Ernest Ethel KYSER
  663 M iii William Temple KYSER was born on 16 Dec 1901. He died on 11 Jul 1974.

509. William A. HAYES [scrapbook] (Penelope Jane LEE , Levincy Ann ALBRITTON , Penelope FRIZZLE , Mary ROUNTREE , Jesse ROUNTREE , "Jesse" ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , John , Joseph , William , Moses ) was born 1, 2, 3 on 18 Nov 1838 in Louisiana. He died on 26 Apr 1916. He was buried 4 in Liberty Hill Cemetery, Union Parish, Louisiana.

1867 Union Parish Louisiana Voter Registration
Transcribed by Timothy D. Hudson November 2000
page 14, 437. William Hayes

Year: 1880 State: Louisiana County: Union Enumeration District: 84 Page No: 22 Reel no: T9-473 Division: Ward One Supervisor District: 3 Sheet No: 400A
LINE Name COL Se Age Relation S M W M Birth Father Mother SNDX
1 Hays Luther A W M 23 | | X | farmer | | | LA NC GA H200
2 Hays Sallie W F 19 | | X | house keeper | | | LA H200
3 Hays Martin B W M 7 | | X | | | X X | LA H200

William married Flora R. PARKER. Flora was born 1, 2 on 14 Sep 1839 in Mississippi. She died on 14 Nov 1903. She was buried 3 in Liberty Hill Cemetery, Union Parish, Louisiana.

They had the following children:

+ 664 M i Charles Westley HAYES
  665 F ii Betty H. HAYES was born 1, 2 about 1869 in Louisiana.
        Betty married 1 Samuel W. PIPES on 29 Jan 1885 in Union Parish, Louisiana.
  666 M iii John W. HAYES was born 1 about 1871 in Louisiana.
  667 M iv James HAYES was born 1 about 1875 in Louisiana.
  668 M v Martin B. HAYES was born 1 in Dec 1879 in Louisiana.

512. Susan J. HAYES (Penelope Jane LEE , Levincy Ann ALBRITTON , Penelope FRIZZLE , Mary ROUNTREE , Jesse ROUNTREE , "Jesse" ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , John , Joseph , William , Moses ) was born 1 in 1844 in Alabama.

1880 United States Census for 1st Ward, Union, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254473, NA Film Number T9-0473 , Page Number 407A
Household:
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Thomas J. HEATH Self M Male W 41 AL Farmer TN AL
Susan J. HEATH Wife M Female W 35 AL Housekeeper TN AL

Susan married Thomas J. HEATH. Thomas was born about 1839 in Alabama.

1880 United States Census for 1st Ward, Union, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254473, NA Film Number T9-0473 , Page Number 407A
Household:
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Thomas J. HEATH Self M Male W 41 AL Farmer TN AL
Susan J. HEATH Wife M Female W 35 AL Housekeeper TN AL
Mary E. HEATH Dau S Female W 16 LA General Work AL AL
Flora L. HEATH Dau S Female W 14 LA At School AL AL
Susan HEATH Dau S Female W 9 LA At School AL AL
Anna M. HEATH Dau S Female W 6 LA At School AL AL
James L. HEATH Son S Male W 6 LA At School AL AL
Thomas A. HEATH Son S Male W 5 LA At Home AL AL
Pruny J. HEATH Dau S Female W 2 LA At Home AL AL
Henry JACKSON Other S Male B 23 LA Servant --- ---

Thomas and Susan had the following children:

  669 F i Mary E. HEATH was born about 1864 in Louisiana.

1880 United States Census for 1st Ward, Union, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254473, NA Film Number T9-0473 , Page Number 407A
Household:
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Mary E. HEATH Dau S Female W 16 LA General Work AL AL
        Mary married 1 John P. ROAN on 10 Aug 1881 in Union Parish, Louisiana.
  670 F ii Flora L. HEATH was born about 1866 in Louisiana.

1880 United States Census for 1st Ward, Union, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254473, NA Film Number T9-0473 , Page Number 407A
Household:
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Flora L. HEATH Dau S Female W 14 LA At School AL AL
        Flora married 1 John F. ARCHER on 17 Nov 1886 in Union Parish, Louisiana.
  671 F iii Susan HEATH was born about 1871 in Louisiana.

1880 United States Census for 1st Ward, Union, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254473, NA Film Number T9-0473 , Page Number 407A
Household:
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Susan HEATH Dau S Female W 9 LA At School AL AL
  672 F iv Anna M. HEATH was born about 1874 in Louisiana.

1880 United States Census for 1st Ward, Union, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254473, NA Film Number T9-0473 , Page Number 407A
Household:
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Anna M. HEATH Dau S Female W 6 LA At School AL AL
        Anna married 1 Howard HENRY on 15 Dec 1894 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
  673 M v James L. HEATH was born about 1874 in Louisiana.

1880 United States Census for 1st Ward, Union, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254473, NA Film Number T9-0473 , Page Number 407A
Household:
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
James L. HEATH Son S Male W 6 LA At School AL AL
        James married 1 Augie May HOLMES on 23 Dec 1898 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
  674 M vi Thomas A. HEATH was born about 1875 in Louisiana.

1880 United States Census for 1st Ward, Union, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254473, NA Film Number T9-0473 , Page Number 407A
Household:
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Thomas A. HEATH Son S Male W 5 LA At Home AL AL
        Thomas married 1 Carrie E. CALHOUN on 11 Jul 1898 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
  675 F vii Prudence J. HEATH "Pruny" was born about 1878 in Louisiana.

1880 United States Census for 1st Ward, Union, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254473, NA Film Number T9-0473 , Page Number 407A
Household:
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Pruny J. HEATH Dau S Female W 2 LA At Home AL AL
        Prudence married 1 Wartley T. MURRY on 10 Oct 1850 in Union Parish, Louisiana.

514. Martin B. HAYES (Penelope Jane LEE , Levincy Ann ALBRITTON , Penelope FRIZZLE , Mary ROUNTREE , Jesse ROUNTREE , "Jesse" ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , John , Joseph , William , Moses ) was born 1 about 1847 in Alabama.

Martin married Betty E. ROYE. Betty was born 1 about 1848 in Alabama.

They had the following children:

  676 F i Fannie L. HAYES was born 1 about 1870 in Louisiana.

517. John Robert PARROTT (Nancy Harriet LEE , Levincy Ann ALBRITTON , Penelope FRIZZLE , Mary ROUNTREE , Jesse ROUNTREE , "Jesse" ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , John , Joseph , William , Moses ) was born on 11 Mar 1839 in Alabama. He died in 1918 in Sabine Parish, Louisiana, poss..

John married PARROTT.

They had the following children:

  677 M i Robert PARROTT

522. Susan E. PARROTT (Nancy Harriet LEE , Levincy Ann ALBRITTON , Penelope FRIZZLE , Mary ROUNTREE , Jesse ROUNTREE , "Jesse" ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , John , Joseph , William , Moses ) was born in 1846 in Louisiana.

Susan married Nathaniel CRAIG on 30 Nov 1865 in Sabine, Louisiana. Nathaniel was born in Dec 1838 in Louisiana.

1880 United States Census for Bayou Sea, Sabine, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254467, NA Film Number T9-0467 , Page Number 231A
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Nathaniel CRAIG Self M Male W 41 LA Farmer NJ NC
Susan E. CRAIG Wife M Female W 34 LA Keeping House AL LA
Ninnie CRAIG Dau S Female W 14 LA At Home LA LA
Mary CRAIG Dau S Female W 11 LA At Home LA LA
John CRAIG Son S Male W 10 LA At Home LA LA
Mathius E. CRAIG Son S Male W 8 LA LA LA
Martha L. CRAIG Dau S Female W 6 LA LA LA
Hattie A. CRAIG Dau S Female W 5 LA LA LA
Thomas E. PARROTT BroL W Male W 27 LA Farmer AL LA

Research needed, connection unknown:
1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth OccupationFather Mother
James CRAIG Self M Male W 50 LA Farmer NJ NC
Eliza J. CRAIG Wife M Female W 40 MS Keeping House MS MS
William H. CRAIG Son S Male W 16 LA Farmer LA MS
Roxana CRAIG Dau S Female W 14 LA At Home LA MS
Eliza CRAIG Dau S Female W 4 LA LA MS
Fanny CRAIG Dau S Female W 1M LA LA MS
James L. CRAIG Son S Male W 11 LA At Home LA MS
John E. CRAIG Son S Male W 8 LA LA MS
Christopher C. CRAIG Son S Male W 6 LA LA MS
Bayou Sea, Sabine, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254467 NA Film Number T9-0467 Page Number 230D

Nathaniel and Susan had the following children:

+ 678 F i Ninnie CRAIG
  679 F ii Mary W. CRAIG was born about 1868 in Louisiana.
+ 680 M iii John M. CRAIG
  681 M iv Mathias CRAIG was born on 10 Jul 1872 in Louisiana. He died on 29 Jan 1950.
        Mathias married Etta LITTON on 29 Dec 1898.
  682 M v Martha L. CRAIG was born about 1874 in Louisiana.
  683 F vi Hattie A. CRAIG was born in Apr 1875 in Louisiana. She died on 27 Aug 1955.
        Hattie married J. S. VINES on 23 Mar 1891 in Sabine, Louisiana.

523. Nancy Ann PARROTT (Nancy Harriet LEE , Levincy Ann ALBRITTON , Penelope FRIZZLE , Mary ROUNTREE , Jesse ROUNTREE , "Jesse" ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , John , Joseph , William , Moses ) was born on 5 Jun 1851 in Louisiana.

Nancy married Jose RIVERS. Jose was born about 1845 in Louisiana.

1880 United States Census for Bayou Sea, Sabine, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254467, NA Film Number T9-0467 , Page Number 230D
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age BirthOccupation Father Mother
Jose RIVERS Self M Male W 35 LA Farmer LA LA
Nancy RIVERS Wife M Female W 28 LA Keeping House LA LA
Joseph RIVERS Son S Male W 12 LA At Home LA LA
Mary A. RIVERS Dau S Female W 10 LA At Home LA LA
Jeff RIVERS Son S Male W 8 LA LA LA
Loraina RIVERS Dau S Female W 5 LA LA LA
Emma RIVERS Dau S Female W 2 LA LA LA
Sam RIVERS Other S Male B 16 LA Works On Farm --- ---

Jose and Nancy had the following children:

  684 F i Mary Alda RIVERS was born in May 1869 in Louisiana.
  685 M ii Jeff RIVERS was born about 1872 in Louisiana.
  686 F iii Emma RIVERS was born about 1878 in Louisiana.
  687 M iv Oscar RIVERS was born on 24 Jun 1878.
  688 F v Loraina RIVERS was born on 24 Oct 1878 in Louisiana.
  689 M vi Clarence C. RIVERS was born on 30 Nov 1882 in . He died on 19 Oct 1908.
        Clarence married Cora PARKER.

524. Thomas Enoch PARROTT (Nancy Harriet LEE , Levincy Ann ALBRITTON , Penelope FRIZZLE , Mary ROUNTREE , Jesse ROUNTREE , "Jesse" ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , John , Joseph , William , Moses ) was born in 1853 in Sabine Parish, Louisiana. He died in 1937 in Louisiana.

1880 United States Census for Bayou Sea, Sabine, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254467, NA Film Number T9-0467 , Page Number 231A
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Nathaniel CRAIG Self M Male W 41 LA Farmer NJ NC
Susan E. CRAIG Wife M Female W 34 LA Keeping House AL LA
Thomas E. PARROTT BroL W Male W 27 LA Farmer AL LA

He had the following children:

+ 690 F i Sarah Inez PARROTT

535. John Martin LEE Jr. (John Martin LEE , Levincy Ann ALBRITTON , Penelope FRIZZLE , Mary ROUNTREE , Jesse ROUNTREE , "Jesse" ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , John , Joseph , William , Moses ) was born 1, 2, 3 on 28 Jan 1851 in Union Parish, Louisiana. He died on 2 Oct 1903 in New Orleans, Louisiana. He was buried 4 in Monroe City Cemetery, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana. John was employed as general land agent of the Southern Pacific Railroad in 1908 in Louisiana.

Martin Batte Lee Bible, Union Parish, LA submitted by: Hank Johns Martin Batte LEE, bible Contributed by: Henry LeRoy "Hank" JOHNS III, North Little Rock, Arkansas (The best I can tell, this bible was printed in 1877....

MARRIAGES
John Martin Lee Sr. to Mary Jane Taylor (Windes) Feb 6, 1849
His son John Martin Lee Jr. to Vada Burch Nov -19- 1872 in La.

(Pasted on the page after the Death records is a newspaper obit for Mrs. Vada Burch Lee)
FUNERAL IS HELD FOR PROMINENT MONROE WOMAN
Services Conducted At Speed Home; Burial In City Cemetery

The funeral of Mrs. Vada Burch Lee, 80, widow of John Martin Lee, member of a distinguished southern family and prominent for many years in Monroe, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. R. Speed, 110 Pine street, early Sunday, (written in ink in the margin: March 8, 1936), was held at the residence Monday at 3 p.m. Rev. L. T. Hastings, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiated. Internment was made in the old city cemetery.

... Mrs. Lee was the widow of John Martin Lee, who, at the time of his death in 1908 was general land agent of the Southern Pacific railroad.... The year after he came to this state, his daughter, Vada, married John Martin Lee on Nov 19, 1872 at the age of 17. It was then the post-war period of railroad expansion in the south, and Mr. Lee, member of a leading family of the state, became identified with the land department of the Southern Pacific, with headquarters in New Orleans. He continued in that position until his death in 1908 when Mrs. Lee removed to Monroe to reside....

John married 1 Martha Nevada BURCH "Vada" daughter of Richard Chunn BURCH , Dr. and Letitia Ann SALE on 19 Nov 1872 in Union Parish, Louisiana. Martha was born 2 on 8 May 1855 in Lagrange, Troupe County, Georgia. She died 3 on 8 Mar 1936 in home of her daughter, Anna Lee Speed, 110 Pine Street, Monroe, Louisiana. She was buried 4 in Monroe City Cemetery, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.

Martin Batte Lee Bible, Union Parish, LA submitted by: Hank Johns Martin Batte LEE, bible Contributed by: Henry LeRoy "Hank" JOHNS III, North Little Rock, Arkansas (The best I can tell, this bible was printed in 1877. ...)

MARRIAGES
His son John Martin Lee Sr. to Mary Jane Taylor (Windes) Feb 6, 1849
His son John Martin Lee Jr. to Vada Burch Nov -19- 1872 in La.

(Pasted on the page after the Death records is a newspaper obit for Mrs. Vada Burch Lee)
FUNERAL IS HELD FOR PROMINENT MONROE WOMAN
Services Conducted At Speed Home; Burial In City Cemetery

The funeral of Mrs. Vada Burch Lee, 80, widow of John Martin Lee, member of a distinguished southern family and prominent for many years in Monroe, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. R. Speed, 110 Pine street, early Sunday, (written in ink in the margin: March 8, 1936), was held at the residence Monday at 3 p.m. Rev. L. T. Hastings, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiated. Internment was made in the old city cemetery.

Mrs. Lee, despite her advanced age, had been active up to last Thursday, when she was suddenly stricken with paralysis. Mrs. Lee was the widow of John Martin Lee, who, at the time of his death in 1908 was general land agent of the Southern Pacific railroad. Born in Georgia The family of Mrs. Lee was prominent in the War Between the States. It was of Georgia origin. She was born in Lagrange, Ga., May 8, 1855, the daughter of Dr. Richard Burch and Letitia Sale Burch. Doctor Burch was cavalry officer in the Confederate army and after the war he came to Louisiana, expecting to escape the turmoil attending the reconstruction period. Instead, he found the situation in this state more tumultuous than in Georgia. He located at Farmerville, then a center of the cotton shipping industry, and he became prominent in north Louisiana as a physician. The year after he came to this state, his daughter, Vada, married John Martin Lee on Nov 19, 1872 at the age of 17. It was then the post-war period of railroad expansion in the south, and Mr. Lee, member of a leading family of the state, became identified with the land department of the Southern Pacific, with headquarters in New Orleans. He continued in that position until his death in 1908 when Mrs. Lee removed to Monroe to reside.

Mrs. Lee was a woman noted for her wide intellectual attainments and devoted herself to the cultural things of life. She was deeply interested in civic beautification and gave much time to civic and charitable efforts. She also was an outstanding member of the First Baptist church.

Flowers Her Hobby Flowers with Mrs. Lee were a great hobby and she spent many hours daily with her favorite plants in the garden of her daughter, which is one of the most beautiful in the city.

One son, Capt. Thompson Wood Lee, a veteran of the Spanish-American war, died Sept 12, 1898, and the United States War Veterans' post here bears his name.

Three children of Mrs. Lee survive. They are Mrs. H. R. Speed and Mrs. J. R. Wooten, both of Monroe, and William Burch Lee of Shreveport. Surviving grandchildren are Mrs. T. O. Bancroft, Mrs. E. T. Lamkin, John Lee Wooten and Mrs. Elmer Slagle, all of Monroe; William Burch Lee, Jr., Felix Drake Lee and Elizabeth Lee, all of Shreveport, and Mrs. Melville C. Vaughan of Lawrenceville, Ill, Eleven great-grandchildren also survive. The pallbearers were: William Burch Lee, Jr., and Felix Drake Lee of Shreveport and John Lee Wooten of Monroe, Mrs. Lee's grandsons; T.O. Bancroft, Elmer Slagle and E. T. Lamkin of Monroe, her grandsons-in-law; and A.D. Turnage of Farmerville and Robert C. Webb of Delta Point, her nephews by marriage. (end of newpaper obit)

"Martin Batte Lee as remembered by his grand daughter-in-law Vada B. Lee - was a tall slender man with kind brown eyes, reserved, gentle dignified- a deacon in the Baptist Church- He had only one son John Martin Lee Sr. John M to remember as a bright and shinning star in the home where I spent many happy hours - Because I was interested in all he had to say of his Lee family and because I had the same initials this book came to me. M.L.W." (end of bible entries)

They had the following children:

  691 M i Thompson Wood LEE was born 1 on 4 Nov 1873 in Farmerville, Union Parish, Louisiana. He died on 12 Sep 1898 in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana. He was buried 2 in Monroe City Cemetery, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.

Submitted by Timothy Hudson
The Farmerville Gazette Wednesday, 14 Sept 1898, page 3, column 2
"CAPT. T. WOODIE LEE DEAD. Monday afternoon the sad intelligence was received over the telephone that Capt. T. Woodie Lee had died early that morning in West Monroe, after several days illness with typhoid fever. The disease was contracted while stationed at Miami and Jacksonville, Fla., with the troops of the First Louisiana Regiment. When Capt. lee was first taken sick he went home on a furlough, where the best medical treatment and tenderest nursing was given him; but, alas! the malarial germ of Miami had so filled his system that it was impossible to eradicate it, and after being confined to a sick bed a little over three weeks he succumbed to the attack . Capt. Lee was the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lee, Jr. He was born in Farmerville on November 4, 1873, and hence was in his 27th year at the time of his death. He was graduated about 2 years ago at the State University of Baton Rouge with high honors. Was elected captain of a military company at Baton Rouge, and at the outbreak of the Spanish-American war, answering to the call of his country, he joined his company which was mustered in the First Louisiana Regiment for army service. While in that service he contracted the fever that ended his young life. Mr. Lee was a promising young man with many noble traits of his character, well fitted for the duties of life. His untimely death is a severe blow to his relatives and many friends. To them THE GAZETTE extends sincere sympathy in their sad bereavement."

Martin Batte Lee Bible, Union Parish, LA submitted by: Hank Johns
Martin Batte LEE, bible Contributed by: Henry LeRoy "Hank" JOHNS III, North Little Rock, Arkansas (The best I can tell, this bible was printed in 1877. It is 4 inches thick, 12 inches tall and 10 inches wide. It weighs about 10 pounds. It appears to be a display bible. The initials of M. B. LEE are engraved on the front cover in gold printing. On the inside cover, is documented, how the bible was passed down through our family.) Belonged to Martin Batte Lee, great grandfather of May B. Lee (Wooten) by her father John Martin Lee - ? (unreadable) in ? (unreadable) (unreadable) the to me. To Anna Wooten Slagle on her 64th birthday from Mother, M.B. Lee Wooten, April 23, 1967. To Anna Wooten Johns on her 22nd birthday from "Nana", Anna Wooten Slagle, September 14, 1976. To "Hank" (Henry LeRoy Johns, III), I want to pass on to you this special family Bible in appreciation of your genealogical research. It belonged to Martin Batte Lee. Love, Your baby sister, Anna Wooten Johns Parent, Easter, 1997.

DEATHS
...One son, Capt. Thompson Wood Lee, a veteran of the Spanish-American war, died Sept 12, 1898, and the United States War Veterans' post here bears his name....
  692 F ii Anna Jane LEE was born 1 on 20 Jan 1876 in Farmerville, Union Parish, Louisiana. She died on 13 Aug 1967 in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana. She was buried in Old City of Monroe Cemetery, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.

Martin Batte Lee Bible, Union Parish, LA submitted by: Hank Johns Martin Batte LEE, bible Contributed by: Henry LeRoy "Hank" JOHNS III, North Little Rock, Arkansas (The best I can tell, this bible was printed in 1877....)

MARRIAGES
J. M. Lee & Vada Burch's daughters Anna Lee to Hillyer Ralston Speed. Apr 19, 1898 Monroe, La. ""

(Pasted on the page after the Death records is a newspaper obit for Mrs. Vada Burch Lee)

FUNERAL IS HELD FOR PROMINENT MONROE WOMAN
Services Conducted At Speed Home; Burial In City Cemetery

The funeral of Mrs. Vada Burch Lee, 80, widow of John Martin Lee, member of a distinguished southern family and prominent for many years in Monroe, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. R. Speed, 110 Pine street, early Sunday, (written in ink in the margin: March 8, 1936), was held at the residence Monday at 3 p.m. Rev. L. T. Hastings, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiated. Internment was made in the old city cemetery.

Three children of Mrs. Lee survive. They are Mrs. H. R. Speed and Mrs. J. R. Wooten, both of Monroe, and William Burch Lee of Shreveport.
        Anna married 1 Hillyer Rolston SPEED on 19 Apr 1898 in Monroe, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana. Hillyer was born on 4 Oct 1873.
  693 F iii Minnie LEE was born on 25 Mar 1878 in Farmerville, Union Parish, Louisiana. She died on 5 Aug 1879 in Farmerville, Union Parish, Louisiana. She was buried 1 on 7 Aug 1879 in Liberty Hill Cemetery, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
+ 694 F iv May Burch LEE
+ 695 M v William Burch LEE Sr.

536. Sarah Jane LEE (John Martin LEE , Levincy Ann ALBRITTON , Penelope FRIZZLE , Mary ROUNTREE , Jesse ROUNTREE , "Jesse" ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , Francis ROUNDTREE , John , Joseph , William , Moses ) was born 1, 2 on 31 Dec 1852 in Union Parish, Louisiana. She died on 10 Jun 1879.

Sarah married Joseph R. GOYNE on 3 Aug 1871 in Union Parish, Louisiana. Joseph was born on 15 Jun 1830. He died on 11 Feb 1877.

They had the following children:

  696 M i Lee GOYNE was born 1 about 1873 in Louisiana.
  697 M ii Joe GOYNE was born 1 about 1878 in Louisiana.

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