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A. W. WINK CARSON
 
 (1875-1944) 
 
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MARY HASLEY CARSON
 
 (1881-1900) 
 
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Obituary
ARTHUR WINNIE "WINK" CARSON (12 Dec 1875 - 14 Dec 1944)
and his wife
MARY HASLEY CARSON (03 Jan 1881 - 30 Nov 1900)
OBITUARY: 12 December 1944

In the passing of "Wink" Carson Oklahoma has once more lost another link in her chain of pioneer traditions of early days.; He came of a family of adventurous pioneers always looking for new frontiers until the course of events finally led to Oklahoma.

He was born in Jackson county, Kansas on Dec. 23, 1875 near what is now the town of Hoyt and was the eighth child of the union of Joseph Pine Carson and Helen Esther Bailey. His family moved to Pratt county, Kansas about 1885 where they resided until the opening of Oklahoma Territory in 1889 hen his father took up a homestead six miles west and on-half mile north of Britton where "wink" grew to manhood and resided until about 1909. From then until 1919 he traveled about from Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas, Pacific Coast and Northwestern Canada often returning to "home" in Oklahoma.

He was married to Mary Celia Hasley of Britton on January 19, 1900 but suffered the loss by death of his wife on November 30, 1900.

He was later married on Feb 21, 1927 to Florence Smith of Britton and they have resided in Norman, Oklahoma since 1929 where his death occurred on Dec 14, 1944.

In Wink Carson was strongly developed the pioneer spirit of friendliness and helpfulness to family, neighbors, and even strangers in need of any assistance, and he has ever been surrounded by a large circle of friends. While never attaining great material success he has by his kindliness, patience, good humor, generosity and unaffected friendliness won a place in the affections of a host of people who will always remember him as a trusted friend and neighbor.

 
 
Wink Carson - 1904
No descendants
Currently no information about this CARSON family can be found on-line.
Genealogy:
Ancestors Arthur "Wink" Carson and Mary Hasley Carson
 
Generation No. 1

 

2. Arthur Winnie Carson1,2,3,4,5,6,7, born 23 Dec 1875 in Hoyt, Jackson Co, KS; died 14 Dec 1944 in Norman, Cleveland Co, OK. He was the son of 4. Joseph Pine Carson and 5. Helen Esther Bailey. He married 3. Mary Celia Hasley 13 Jan 1900 in Britton, Oklahoma Co, OK8.

3. Mary Celia Hasley9,10,11,12, born 03 Jan 1881 in MO; died 30 Nov 1900 in Britton, Oklahoma Co, OK. She was the daughter of 6. Henry Hasley and 7. Annie Ella East.

Notes for Arthur Winnie Carson:
 
OBITUARY: 12/17/1944
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Arthur Winnie "Wink" Carson
In the passing of "Wink" Carson Oklahoma has once more lost another link in her chain of pioneer traditions of early days.; He came of a family of adventurous pioneers always looking for new frontiers until the course of events finally led to Oklahoma. He was born in Jackson county, KS on Dec. 23, 1875 near what is now the town of Hoyt and was the eighth child of the union of Joseph Pine Carson and Helen Esther Bailey. His family moved to Pratt county, KS about 1885 where they resided until the opening of Oklahoma Territory in 1889 when his father took up a homestead six miles west and on-half mile north of Britton where "Wink" grew to manhood and resided until about 1909. From then until 1919 he traveled about from Oklahoma, Louisiana, TX, Pacific Coast and Northwestern Canada often returning to "home" in Oklahoma. He was married to Mary Celia Hasley of Britton on January 19, 1900 but suffered the loss by death of his wife on November 30, 1900. He was later married on Feb 21, 1927 to Florence Smith of Britton and they have resided in Norman, Oklahoma since 1929 where his death occurred on Dec 14, 1944. In Wink Carson was strongly developed the pioneer spirit of friendliness and helpfulness to family, neighbors, and even strangers in need of any assistance, and he has ever been surrounded by a large circle of friends. While never attaining great material success he has by his kindliness, patience, good humor, generosity and unaffected friendliness won a place in the affections of a host of people who will always remember him as a trusted friend and neighbor.
More About Arthur Winnie Carson:
Burial: Olive Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK [44]
Obituary: 17 Dec 1944, Daily Oklahoman
 
More About Mary Celia Hasley:
Burial: Olive Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK [44]

 

 
Generation No. 2

 

4. Joseph Pine Carson13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20, born 09 Jan 1836 in Leesburg, Highland Co, OH; died 12 Jan 1915 in Woodville, Marshall Co, OK. He married 5. Helen Esther Bailey 15 Nov 1854 in Kenton, Hardin Co, OH.

5. Helen Esther Bailey21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28, born 06 Jun 1836 in Potten, Quebec, CANADA; died 16 Dec 1913 in Woodville, Marshall Co, OK. She was the daughter of 10. James Miner Bailey and 11. Olive Hand.

Notes for Joseph Pine Carson:
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Joseph enlisted on 11 October 1861. He served with Company D, 48th Ohio, eventually reaching the rank of sergeant. The 48th Infantry Regiment was captured at Sabine Cross Roads in May 1864. They spent 6 months in a Confederate prison and were released in a prisoner exchange October 1864. On 17 January 1865 in Natchez, MS, Joseph was mustered out of the Union Army when the 48th and 83rd regiments were consolidated.
Joseph and Helen farmed until advanced in life. Then they moved to Woodville, OK with their daughter Annie Beryl Carson McDuffee.
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1890 Homesteader's list Carson, Joseph P. n w 28-13-4
More About Joseph Pine Carson:
Burial: Hainline Cemetery, Woodville, Marshall Co, OK
Military service: Co. D 48th Ohio Union Army
 
Notes for Helen Esther Bailey:
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Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911):
She married at Kenton, Ohio, Nov. 14, 1854, Joseph Pine Carson, of Kenton. He was born at Leesburg, Ohio in 1836. He was a volunteer in the Union Army, served three years and four months, during which time he spent six months in a confederate prison. He followed farming until advanced in life. The reside at Woodville, Okla, with their youngest daughter, Annie Beyrl and her husband, the Hon. John Wesley McDuffy. Mrs. Carson has the distinction of being the only one of this branch, having descendants of the eleventh generation, their being twenty-five grandchildren. She is strong and active. In a firm hand she writes " We a humble family, but above scandal, of which I am proud. I can look back to the little graveyard on the shore of the beautiful Lake, Mephremagog, in the shadow of Owl's Head Mountain, where grandfather and grandmother, aunt Laura, aunt Flora and Uncle Frederick Hand lie waiting to the call to 'come forth.' It is to me the most sacred spot on earth."
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1910 Census - 9 children born - 7 still living
More About Helen Esther Bailey:
Burial: Hainline Cemetery, Woodville, Marshall Co, OK

Children of Joseph Carson and Helen Bailey are:

i. Flora Matilda Carson29,30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38, born 11 Aug 1855 in Kenton, Hardin Co, OH; died 02 Jul 1935 in OK; married Henry Hainline 22 Oct 1873 in Hoyt, Jackson Co, KS38; born 27 Dec 1847 in Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO; died 27 Oct 1926 in OK.

Notes for Flora Matilda Carson:
1910 Census 7 children born 4 still living
More About Flora Matilda Carson:
Burial: Hainline Cemetery, Woodville, Marshall Co, OK
 
Notes for Henry Hainline:
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Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911):
Henry was of German descent. Henry and Flora moved from KS to Oklahoma in 1909 where they farmed and raised cattle. The reside at Woodville, Okla.
More About Henry Hainline:
Burial: Hainline Cemetery, Woodville, Marshall Co, OK

ii. Lewis Miner Carson39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48, born 07 Jul 1857 in Kenton, Hardin Co, OH; died 30 Jan 1941 in Hemphill Co, TX; married (1) Sarah Hainline 22 Oct 1874 in Hoyt, Jackson Co, KS48; born 1856 in MO; died Bet. 1880 - 1900 in OK or TX; married (2) Star Belle Haralson Brock 10 Nov 1910 in Canadian, Hemphill Co, TX; born 24 Aug 1885 in Bonita, Montague Co, TX; died 30 Aug 1958 in Hemphill Co, TX.

Notes for Lewis Miner Carson:
Lewis and Sarah raised cattle on their ranch at Pan Handle, TX between 1881 and 1911.
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Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911):
587. LEWIS MINER CARSON (9th generation), second child of Joseph Pine Carson and Helen Esther Bailey was born at Kenton, Ohio, July 07, 1857 in Hoyt, KS.
He married October 22, 1874, Sarah Hainline.
More About Lewis Miner Carson:
Burial: Washita Cemetery, Hemphill Co, TX

iii. Kit Carson49,50, born 09 Mar 1861 in Kenton, Hardin Co, OH; died 10 Mar 1861 in Kenton, Hardin Co, OH.

iv. William Easter Carson51,52,53, born 01 Apr 1865 in Kenton, Hardin Co, OH; died 05 Apr 1865 in Kenton, Hardin Co, OH.

v. Charles Pearl Carson54,55,56,57,58,59,60,61, born 22 Feb 1868 in Jackson Co, KS; died Bet. 1920 - 1930 in Depew, Creek Co, OK; married (1) Lucy Frances Robins 29 Aug 1885 in Pratt Co, KS; born 12 Sep 1870 in Care Co, MO; died 17 Oct 1918 in Depew, Creek Co, OK; married (2) Sarah ? Bet. 1910 - 1920 in OK; born 1893 in MO; died Bet. 1920 - 1983.

Notes for Charles Pearl Carson:
Charles and Lucy had a farm near Depew, OK.
 
Notes for Lucy Frances Robins:
Father: William Henry Robins
Mother: Elizabeth Jane Trevillian

vi. Harry Benonia Carson62,63,64,65,66,67,68,69,70, born 13 Dec 1869 in Hoyt, Jackson Co, KS; died 02 Feb 1947 in Liberal, Seward Co, KS; married Sara Jane Fletcher 03 Aug 1893 in Pratt Co, KS; born 05 Dec 1875 in Mendon, Adams Co, IL; died 1964 in Liberal, Seward Co, KS.

Notes for Harry Benonia Carson:
In 1911, Ben was proprietor of the Carson Hotel in Liberal KS.
More About Harry Benonia Carson:
Burial: Liberal Cemetery, Liberal, Seward Co, KS
 
Notes for Sara Jane Fletcher:
1900 Census - 4 children born 4 still living
More About Sara Jane Fletcher:
Burial: Liberal Cemetery, Liberal, Seward Co, KS
 

vii. Joseph Stanley Carson71,72,73,74,75,76,77,78, born 09 Feb 1874 in Hoyt, Jackson Co, KS; died Bet. 1930 - 1964 in KS; married Lillie M. Akins Roberts Abt. 1901 in KS or OK; born 04 Aug 1874 in Norton Co, KS; died 15 Feb 1970 in Montezuma, Gray Co, KS79.

Notes for Joseph Stanley Carson:
Joseph and Lillie made their home in Liberal, Seward Co, KS
The Martin Genealogy is in error with the date of their marriage as 3 Jan 1896 - that is the date of Lillie's first marriage. According to the 1910 census she married Joseph Carson about 1901 and their son John was born in 1904. Son Oscar was born 1911. in the 1920 census daughter Jewell is shown as born in 1914.
 
Notes for Lillie M. Akins Roberts:
Mother and Father born IN
Daughter of William and Louisa Aikins.

2 viii. Arthur Winnie Carson, born 23 Dec 1875 in Hoyt, Jackson Co, KS; died 14 Dec 1944 in Norman, Cleveland Co, OK; married (1) Mary Celia Hasley 13 Jan 1900 in Britton, Oklahoma Co, OK; married (2) Florence H. Williams 21 Feb 1927 in OK.

ix. Anna Beryl Carson80,81,82,83,84,85,86,87, born 16 Jan 1878 in Hoyt, Jackson Co, KS; died 1951 in Madill, Marshall Co, OK; married John Wesley McDuffee 07 Aug 1897 in Oklahoma Co, OK88; born 19 Aug 1865 in Stockton, Ceder Co, MO; died 21 Jul 1935 in Madill, Marshall Co, OK.

Notes for Anna Beryl Carson:
1910 Census - 2 children born - 1 still living
More About Anna Beryl Carson:
Burial: Hainline Cemetery, Woodville, Marshall Co, OK
Certificate: #28
 
Notes for John Wesley McDuffee:
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Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911):
Honorable John Wesley McDuffee, son of William Grimsby McDuffee and May Ann Ball was born at Stockton, Cedar County, Mo., August 19, 1865. He married at Woodville, Oklahoma, August 8, 1897, Annie Beryl Carson (No. 594, page 99), daughter of Joseph Pine Carson and Helen Esther Bailey, of Woodville. Their children are: Olive Opal and Olin Floyd. His father, William G. McDuffee, was born in Tennessee in May 1826; his mother in Indiana in 1834. In 1870 they removed from Missouri to Texas, the son being then five years of age.
John Wesley was residing in Indian Territory in what is now Marshall County, Okla. At the time when the Enabling Act was passed by Congress creating the State of Oklahoma, he was appointed by the Constitutional Convention, the first Clerk of Marshall County, and was entrusted with the task of copying the old Indian records of the Territory. Being early on the ground, he acquired large landed interests in the new State; influential in its formation, and prominent in its early and continued growth.
He was elected to represent Marshall County in the second State Legislature, and was re-elected a member of the third Legislature, and is present chairman of the Committee on Labor and Arbitration; member of Committees on Prohibition Enforcement; House Expenses and Public Accounts; County and Township Organization and Government and Judicial and Senatorial Redistricting.
More About John Wesley McDuffee:
Burial: Hainline Cemetery, Woodville, Marshall Co, OK

 

6. Henry Hasley89,90,91,92, born Jul 1855 in IA; died Bet. 1920 - 1930 in OK. He married 7. Annie Ella East 07 May 1876 in Clark Co, MO.

7. Annie Ella East93,94,95,96, born 05 Feb 1858 in Clark Co, MO; died 24 Dec 1882 in Cass Co, MO. She was the daughter of 14. Samuel R. East and 15. Clarissa Clark.

Notes for Henry Hasley:
Mother and Father born Germany
 
More About Annie Ella East:
Burial: Grant Cemetery, Creighton, Cass Co, MO

Children of Henry Hasley and Annie East are:

i. Hulda C. Hasley97,98,99, born Nov 1879 in MO; died Bet. 1920 - 1969; married John A. Bunte; born 1877 in IL; died Bet. 1920 - 1967.

3 ii. Mary Celia Hasley, born 03 Jan 1881 in MO; died 30 Nov 1900 in Britton, Oklahoma Co, OK; married Arthur Winnie Carson 13 Jan 1900 in Britton, Oklahoma Co, OK.

iii. Ida Frances Hasley100,101,102, born Dec 1882 in MO; died 10 Aug 1959 in Oklahoma City, OK.

Notes for Ida Frances Hasley:
OBITUARY: 08/13/1959; p.3
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Rites for Miss Ida Frances Hasley, 77, of 10201 N Western, retired city school teacher, will be 10 a.m. Friday in the Garrison funeral church, with burial in Fairlawn cemetery.
Miss Hasley, a member of the Christian Science church, passed away Monday. She had lived in Oklahoma City since making the Run of 1889, and was a graduate of Central State College.
More About Ida Frances Hasley:
Burial: Fairlawn Cemetery, Oklahoma Co, OK
Obituary: 13 Aug 1959, Daily Oklahoman

 

 
Generation No. 3

 

10. James Miner Bailey103,104,105,106,107, born 24 Jun 1810 in Potten, Quebec, CANADA; died 29 Mar 1888 in Hoyt, Jackson Co, KS. He was the son of Philander Bailey and Anna Miner. He married 11. Olive Hand 18 Jun 1833 in Troy, Orleans Co, VT.

11. Olive Hand108,109,110,111,112,113, born 30 May 1814 in Peacham, Caledonia Co, VT; died 18 Oct 1891 in Oklahoma Co, OT.

Notes for James Miner Bailey:
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James Miner Bailey and family emigrated to the territory of Ohio, Hardin Co, near Kenton. We do not know the exact date but it was between 1845 and 1860. After the Civil War ended many families were immigrating to the new territory of KS. They again made a long journey, about 1867, and settled on a farm in Jackson county, near Hoyt, Jackson Co, KS, where they lived until after the death of James Miner Bailey.
More About James Miner Bailey:
Burial: Stewart Cemetery, Hoyt, Jackson Co, KS
Immigration: 1860
 
Notes for Olive Hand:
Father: CHARLES HAND (son of ELIAS) was born March 22, 1788 in Woodbury, CT, and died April 06, 1876 in Potten, Quebec. He married CLARA HURD 1808 in CT.
Mother: CLARA HURD was born April 02, 1787, and died September 16, 1876 in Potten, Quebec.
More About Olive Hand:
Burial: Olive Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK [44]
Immigration: 1860
 

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Children of James Bailey and Olive Hand are:

i. Laura Elnet Bailey114,115, born 02 Feb 1835 in Potten, Quebec, CANADA; died 02 Apr 1836 in Potten, Quebec, CANADA.

5 ii. Helen Esther Bailey, born 06 Jun 1836 in Potten, Quebec, CANADA; died 16 Dec 1913 in Woodville, Marshall Co, OK; married Joseph Pine Carson 15 Nov 1854 in Kenton, Hardin Co, OH.

iii. Frederick Miner Bailey116,117, born 16 Sep 1839 in Potten, Quebec, CANADA; died 13 May 1841 in Potten, Quebec, CANADA.

iv. Flora Bailey118,119, born 16 Feb 1844 in Providence Hill, Quebec, CANADA; died Bet. 16 - 20 Feb 1844 in Providence Hill, Quebec, CANADA.

Notes for Flora Bailey:
Twin of Frederick Preston Bailey
The Martin Genealogy is in error with the date of the twins birth as 1843 - they were actually born 16 Feb 1844 Flora died a few days later.

v. Frederick Preston Bailey120,121,122,123,124,125,126, born 16 Sep 1844 in Providence Hill, Quebec, CANADA; died 01 Jan 1920 in Delta Co, CO; married Clara "Carrie" Elizabeth Hite 19 Jul 1866 in Patterson, OH; born 02 Oct 1847 in Patterson, Darke Co, OH; died 05 Apr 1920 in CO.

Notes for Frederick Preston Bailey:
Frederick Preston Bailey and his wife Clara emigrated to Jackson Co, KS soon after the end of the Civil War (settling near Hoyt). After sever years they moved to Iowa and later to Knobnoster, Missouri, where he was the village Blacksmith.
More About Frederick Preston Bailey:
Burial: Ash Mesa, Montrose Co, CO?
Immigration: 1860
Occupation: 1880, Blacksmith
 
Notes for Clara Elizabeth Hite:
The daughter of Adam Hite and Eliza Stephenson of Patterson.
1900 Census - 4 children born 2 still living

vi. Martha Bailey127,128, born 06 Mar 1847 in Potten, Quebec, CANADA; died 06 Mar 1847 in Potten, Quebec, CANADA.

Notes for Martha Bailey:
The Martin Genealogy is in error with the date of Martha's birth as 1840 - she was born and died in March 1847.

vii. John Levert Bailey129,130,131,132, born 03 May 1848 in Potten, Quebec, CANADA; died 01 Jul 1879 in Hoyt, Jackson Co, KS.

Notes for John Levert Bailey:
The Martin Genealogy is in error with the date of John's birth as 1839 - he was actually born 3 May 1848 and died 1 July 1879.
More About John Levert Bailey:
Burial: Stewart Cemetery, Hoyt, Jackson Co, KS

viii. Rufus Miner Bailey133,134,135,136,137,138,139,140,141, born 03 Jan 1852 in Kenton, Hardin Co, OH; died 19 Dec 1925 in Britton, Oklahoma Co, OK; married Elizabeth Wiser McKeage 06 Feb 1879 in Hoyt, Jackson Co, KS; born 05 Aug 1856 in Pella, Marion Co, IA; died 01 Jan 1944 in Britton, Oklahoma Co, OK.

Notes for Rufus Miner Bailey:
OBITUARY: 12/20/1925
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Mr. R. M. Baley
R. M. Baley, 73 years old, died at his home in Britton, Okla., Saturday evening. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Watts and McAtee funeral home. Mr. Baley is survived by his wife, three daughters, Mrs. Olive Meeker, Mrs. Sara Sidlington of Edmond; Mrs. Berta Lay, Norman; and five sons, J. M. Baley, Britton; W. H. Baley, Buenos Aires, Argentine; R. M. Baley, Calumet; H. L. Baley, Bethany and Fred Baley, Yukon.
OBITUARY: 12/21/1925
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R. M. Bailey
R. M. Bailey, 73 years old, Britton, died at the family home Saturday night. Funeral services will be conducted from Carson schoolhouse Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, it was announced at Watts and McAtee's Funeral home. Burial will be in Olive Hill cemetery.
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Rufus Miner Bailey made a trip from Hoyt, Jackson Co, KS to visit his sister, Helen Carson. He liked the new country and looked for a farm that might be for sale. He found 160 acres seven miles west and one mile north of Britton (what is now NW 108th street and County Line - legal description SW1/4 of SEC 19-13N-4W., Spring Creek Twp, Oklahoma Co, Oklahoma). Rufus built the largest and nicest house the community had seen up to that time. He moved his wife and six children from Hoyt in March 1894. By 1900 three more children were born.
Like all pioneer families their days were filled with long hours of hard work. They endured many hardships; cyclone (1912), drought, wind, and hail.
Elizabeth McKeage Bailey was a school teacher before marriage, educated at a college in Holton, KS. Family evenings would include readings by Rufus and were eagerly anticipated by all the children. They all developed a great love of reading.
Elizabeth and Rufus retired from farming December 31 1922 and moved to a home in Britton, where they lived out the remainder of their lives.
More About Rufus Miner Bailey:
Burial: Olive Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK [44]
Obituary: 21 Dec 1925, Daily Oklahoman
 
Notes for Elizabeth Wiser McKeage:
OBITUARY: 01/03/1944
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Pioneer State Woman Dies; Rites Tuesday
Memorial services for Mrs. Elizabeth M. Bailey, pioneer resident of Britton who died late Saturday at her home there, will be held at 10:30 a. m. Monday in the home. Mrs. Bailey, 87, came to Britton in 1894 with her husband. R. M. Bailey who died in 1925. They settled on a farm eight miles west of Britton and lived there until 1923 when they moved into town.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Sarah H. Sitlington, Edmond, and Mrs. Berta B. Lay, Britton; four sons, J. M. Bailey, Britton; Ralph and Fred Bailey, both of Yukon, and Harry Bailey of Bethany; 18 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 3; p.m. Tuesday at the Scott school house northwest of Britton, with burial in Olive Hill cemetery under the direction of Watts funeral home.
More About Elizabeth Wiser McKeage:
Burial: Olive Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK [44]
Obituary: 03 Jan 1944, Daily Oklahoman
 

 

14. Samuel R. East142,143,144,145,146, born Oct 1835 in OH; died Bet. 1910 - 1920 in Clark Co, MO. He married 15. Clarissa Clark 15 Feb 1857 in Clark Co, MO.

15. Clarissa Clark147,148,149, born 1835 in IN; died Bet. 1880 - 1900 in Clark Co, MO.

Notes for Samuel R. East:
Mother and Father born PA

Children of Samuel East and Clarissa Clark are:

7 i. Annie Ella East, born 05 Feb 1858 in Clark Co, MO; died 24 Dec 1882 in Cass Co, MO; married Henry Hasley 07 May 1876 in Clark Co, MO.

ii. Henry East150,151,152,153,154,155,156, born Jan 1860 in MO; died 13 Apr 1950 in Carney, Lincoln Co, OK.

Notes for Henry East:
OBITUARY: 04/14/1950; p.9
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Henry East, 90, died Thursday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Roy Benward, Carney.
East made the run in 1889 from Guthrie, staking a claim three miles southeast of Edmond where he lived for 35 years. He moved to Oklahoma City and lived here until the death of his wife [Elizabeth] in 1943. Then he moved to Carney where he lived the last seven years. He was born in Missouri.
He is survived by his daughter, Mrs. Benward; a son, Frank, Los Angeles, Calif.; a grandson, Dr. John Benward, Portland, Ore., and a great-grandson. Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Baggerly funeral chapel, Edmond. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.
More About Henry East:
Burial: 15 Apr 1950, Memorial Park Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Obituary: 14 Apr 1950, Daily Oklahoman

iii. Mary Catherine East157,158, born 24 May 1862 in MO; died 22 Sep 1953 in Los Angeles Co, CA159

Notes for Mary Catherine East:
Mrs. Mary Catherine East VANFLEET

iv. Francis M. East160,161, born 1864 in MO; died Bet. 1880 - 1954.

v. Theodosia East162,163,164,165,166,167, born Dec 1866 in MO; died 24 Feb 1925 in Oklahoma Co, OK; married Henry Hasley 15 Feb 1885 in Clark Co, MO; born Jul 1855 in IA; died Bet. 1920 - 1930 in OK.

Notes for Theodosia East:
OBITUARY: 02/26/1925
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Funeral services for Mrs. Henry Hasley, 56 years old, who died at the family residence, one mile west of Britton, Tuesday morning, will be conducted at 10 o'clock Friday morning in Our Lady of Perpetual Help church, Thirty-second and Western by Rev. A. F. Monnot. Burial in Fairlawn cemetery. Perfine and McAtee in charge of the funeral.
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Daughter of Samuel R. (b. 1835 OH) and Clarissa (b. 1835 IN)
More About Theodosia East:
Burial: 26 Feb 1925, Fairlawn Cemetery, Oklahoma Co, OK
Obituary: 26 Feb 1925, Daily Oklahoman
 
Notes for Henry Hasley:
Mother and Father born Germany

vi. Maria East168,169, born 11 Oct 1869 in MO; died 02 Feb 1953 in Clark Co, MO170

Notes for Maria East:
Mrs. Maria East Cameron
More About Maria East:
Burial: Kahoka Cemetery, Kahoka, Clark Co, MO

vii. Dora East171, born 1875 in MO; died Bet. 1880 - 1965.

viii. Viola East171,172, born Nov 1878 in MO; died Bet. 1900 - 1968.

 

SOURCES

 
1. Census 1880 - KS - Douglas, Jackson Co; p.98; ROLL: T9_383; ED: 106.
2. Census 1900 - OK - Spring Creek, Oklahoma Co; p.2B; ROLL: T623_1340; ED: 158.
3. Census 1910 - OK - Britton Twp, Oklahoma Co; p.15A; ROLL: T624_1265; ED: 181.
4. Census 1930 - OK - Norman, Cleveland Co; p.6A; ROLL: 1898; ED: 22.
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16. Census 1900 - OK - Spring Creek, Oklahoma Co; p.2B; ROLL: T623_1340; ED: 158.
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21. Census 1860 - OH - Green, Fayette Co; p.486; ROLL: M653_959.
22. Census 1870 - KS - Douglass, Jackson Co; p.278; ROLL: M593_435.
23. Census 1880 - KS - Douglas, Jackson Co; p.98; ROLL: T9_383; ED: 106.
24. Census 1900 - OK - Spring Creek, Oklahoma Co; p.2B; ROLL: T623_1340; ED: 158.
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31. Census 1880 - KS - Douglas, Jackson Co; p.101D; ROLL: T9_383; ED: 106.
32. Census 1900 - KS - Douglas, Jackson Co; p.2B; ROLL: T623_483; ED: 53.
33. Census 1910 - OK - Odell Twp, Marshall Co; p.227A; ROLL: T624_1262; ED: 194.
34. Census 1920 - OK - Odell, Marshall Co; p.5B; ROLL: T625_1472; ED: 164.
35. Census 1930 - OK - Odell, Marshall Co; p.6B; ROLL: 1915; ED: 8.
36. Jan Stickler, Carson Family History, (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
37. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
38. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
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40. Census 1870 - KS - Douglass, Jackson Co; p.278; ROLL: M593_435.
41. Census 1880 - KS - Douglas, Jackson Co; p.101D; ROLL: T9_383; ED: 106.
42. Census 1900 - OK - Spring Creek, Oklahoma Co; p.2B; ROLL: T623_1340; ED: 158.
43. Census 1910 - TX - 4-Pct, Hemphill Co; p.38B; ROLL: T624_1563; ED: 139.
44. Census 1920 - TX - Justice Precinct 4, Hemphill Co; p.2A; ROLL: T625_1817; ED: 145.
45. Census 1930 - TX - Precinct 4, Hemphill Co; p.10B; ROLL: 2353; ED: 5.
46. Jan Stickler, Carson Family History, (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
47. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
48. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
49. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
50. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
51. Jan Stickler, Carson Family History, (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
52. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
53. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
54. Census 1870 - KS - Douglass, Jackson Co; p.278; ROLL: M593_435.
55. Census 1880 - KS - Douglas, Jackson Co; p.98; ROLL: T9_383; ED: 106.
56. Census 1900 - OK - Luther, Oklahoma Co; p.6B; ROLL: T623_1340; ED: 161.
57. Census 1910 - OK - 2-Wd Depew, Creek Co; p.39B; ROLL: T624_1249; ED: 40.
58. Census 1920 - OK - Depew, Creek Co; p.13B; ROLL: T625_1459; ED: 21.
59. Jan Stickler, Carson Family History, (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
60. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
61. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
62. Census 1870 - KS - Douglass, Jackson Co; p.278; ROLL: M593_435.
63. Census 1880 - KS - Douglas, Jackson Co; p.98; ROLL: T9_383; ED: 106.
64. Census 1900 - KS - McPherson, Pratt Co; p.3A; ROLL: T623_496; ED: 182.
65. Census 1910 - KS - Liberal Twp, Seward Co; p.275B; ROLL: T624_451; ED: 197.
66. Census 1920 - KS - Liberal, Seward Co; p.1B; ROLL: T625_550; ED: 225.
67. Census 1930 - TX - Pampa, Gray Co; p.14A; ROLL: 2336; ED: 3.
68. Jan Stickler, Carson Family History, (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
69. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
70. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
71. Census 1880 - KS - Douglas, Jackson Co; p.98; ROLL: T9_383; ED: 106.
72. Census 1900 - OK - Square School House, Day Co; p.4A; ROLL: T623_1336; ED: 41.
73. Census 1910 - OK - Washita Twp, Roger Mills Co; p.138A; ROLL: T624_1272; ED: 245.
74. Census 1920 - OK - Nabisco, Beaver Co; p.2A; ROLL: T625_1452; ED: 33.
75. Census 1930 - KS - Satanta, Haskell Co; p.2B; ROLL: 704; ED: 1.
76. Jan Stickler, Carson Family History, (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
77. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
78. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
79. Social Security Death Index (SSDI), (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
80. Census 1880 - KS - Douglas, Jackson Co; p.98; ROLL: T9_383; ED: 106.
81. Census 1900 - OK - Woodville, Chickasaw Nation Indian Territory; p.10A; ROLL: T623_1847; ED: 130.
82. Census 1910 - OK - Odell Twp, Marshall Co; p.225A; ROLL: T624_1262; ED: 194.
83. Census 1920 - OK - Madill, Marshall Co; p.7B; ROLL: T625_1472; ED: 163.
84. Census 1930 - OK - Madill, Marshall Co; p.5A; ROLL: 1915; ED: 5.
85. Jan Stickler, Carson Family History, (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
86. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
87. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
88. Marriage Records of Oklahoma Co, OK 1889-1907.
89. Census 1880 - MO - Sherman, Cass Co; p.198; ROLL: T9_680; ED: 91.
90. Census 1900 - OK - Britton, Oklahoma Co; p.10B; ROLL: T623_1340; ED: 158.
91. Census 1910 - OK - Britton Twp, Oklahoma Co; p.15A; ROLL: T624_1265; ED: 181.
92. Census 1920 - OK - Britton, Oklahoma Co; p.1B; ROLL: T625_1473; ED: 97.
93. Census 1860 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.239; ROLL: M653_614.
94. Census 1870 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.520; ROLL: M593_769.
95. Census 1880 - MO - Sherman, Cass Co; p.198; ROLL: T9_680; ED: 91.
96. LDS FamilySearch International Genealogical Index, "Electronic."
97. Census 1880 - MO - Sherman, Cass Co; p.198; ROLL: T9_680; ED: 91.
98. Census 1910 - OK - Britton Twp, Oklahoma Co; p.15A; ROLL: T624_1265; ED: 181.
99. Census 1920 - OK - Britton, Oklahoma Co; p.1B; ROLL: T625_1473; ED: 97.
100. Census 1900 - OK - Britton, Oklahoma Co; p.10B; ROLL: T623_1340; ED: 158.
101. Census 1910 - OK - 1-Wd Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co; p.288A; ROLL: T624_1265; ED: 203.
102. Census 1930 - OK - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co; p.3A; ROLL: 1920; ED: 115.
103. Census 1860 - OH - Kenton, Hardin Co; p.420; ROLL: M653_983.
104. Census 1870 - KS - Douglass, Jackson Co; p.278; ROLL: M593_435.
105. Census 1880 - KS - Douglas, Jackson Co; p.98; ROLL: T9_383; ED: 106.
106. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
107. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911), Corrections/Additions to Bailey Family information were made abt. 1930 by Berta Bailey Lay (granddaughter of Olive Hand Bailey).
108. Census 1860 - OH - Kenton, Hardin Co; p.420; ROLL: M653_983.
109. Census 1870 - KS - Douglass, Jackson Co; p.278; ROLL: M593_435.
110. Census 1880 - KS - Douglas, Jackson Co; p.98; ROLL: T9_383; ED: 106.
111. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
112. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
113. Olive Hill Cemetery Grave Marker.
114. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
115. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
116. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
117. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
118. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
119. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
120. Census 1860 - OH - Kenton, Hardin Co; p.420; ROLL: M653_983.
121. Census 1870 - KS - Douglass, Jackson Co; p.278; ROLL: M593_435.
122. Census 1880 - IA - Magnolia, Harrison Co; p.31; ROLL: T9_343; ED: 82.
123. Census 1900 - IA - Clinton, Clinton Co; p.1A; ROLL: T623_426; ED: 13.
124. Census 1910 - MO - Washington, Johnson Co; p.12A; ROLL: T624_793; ED: 122.
125. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
126. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
127. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
128. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
129. Census 1860 - OH - Kenton, Hardin Co; p.420; ROLL: M653_983.
130. Census 1870 - KS - Douglass, Jackson Co; p.278; ROLL: M593_435.
131. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
132. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
133. Census 1860 - OH - Kenton, Hardin Co; p.420; ROLL: M653_983.
134. Census 1870 - KS - Douglass, Jackson Co; p.278; ROLL: M593_435.
135. Census 1880 - KS - Douglas, Jackson Co; p.98; ROLL: T9_383; ED: 106.
136. Census 1900 - OK - Spring Creek, Oklahoma Co; p.2B; ROLL: T623_1340; ED: 158.
137. Census 1910 - OK - Spring Creek, Oklahoma Co; p.1A; ROLL: T624_1265; ED: 231.
138. Census 1920 - OK - Spring Creek, Oklahoma Co; p.5A; ROLL: T625_1473; ED: 167.
139. Lola Nicholson Bailey, "Genealogical Record of Rufus Miner and Elizabeth McKeage Bailey and Related Families," 1979.
140. Thomas Arthur Hay, Martin Genealogy, Vol. I, (14 March 1911).
141. Olive Hill Cemetery Grave Marker.
142. Census 1860 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.239; ROLL: M653_614.
143. Census 1870 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.520; ROLL: M593_769.
144. Census 1880 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.142; ROLL: T9_681; ED: 37.
145. Census 1900 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.3B; ROLL: T623_848; ED: 23.
146. Census 1910 - MO - Jackson Twp, Clark Co; p.220B; ROLL: T624_776; ED: 28.
147. Census 1860 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.239; ROLL: M653_614.
148. Census 1870 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.520; ROLL: M593_769.
149. Census 1880 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.142; ROLL: T9_681; ED: 37.
150. Census 1860 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.239; ROLL: M653_614.
151. Census 1870 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.520; ROLL: M593_769.
152. Census 1880 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.142; ROLL: T9_681; ED: 37.
153. Census 1900 - OK - Britton, Oklahoma Co; p.12A; ROLL: T623_1340; ED: 158.
154. Census 1910 - OK - Britton, Oklahoma Co; p.2B; ROLL: T624_1265; ED: 181.
155. Census 1920 - OK - Britton, Oklahoma Co; p.1A; ROLL: T625_1473; ED: 97.
156. Census 1930 - OK - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co; p.12B; ROLL: 1918; ED: 49.
157. Census 1870 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.520; ROLL: M593_769.
158. Census 1880 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.142; ROLL: T9_681; ED: 37.
159. California Death Index, (ROOTSWEB), "Electronic."
160. Census 1870 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.520; ROLL: M593_769.
161. Census 1880 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.142; ROLL: T9_681; ED: 37.
162. Census 1870 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.520; ROLL: M593_769.
163. Census 1880 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.142; ROLL: T9_681; ED: 37.
164. Census 1900 - OK - Britton, Oklahoma Co; p.10B; ROLL: T623_1340; ED: 158.
165. Census 1910 - OK - Britton Twp, Oklahoma Co; p.15A; ROLL: T624_1265; ED: 181.
166. Census 1920 - OK - Britton, Oklahoma Co; p.1B; ROLL: T625_1473; ED: 97.
167. LDS FamilySearch International Genealogical Index, "Electronic."
168. Census 1870 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.520; ROLL: M593_769.
169. Census 1880 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.142; ROLL: T9_681; ED: 37.
170. Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1956, "Electronic."
171. Census 1880 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.142; ROLL: T9_681; ED: 37.
172. Census 1900 - MO - Jackson, Clark Co; p.3B; ROLL: T623_848; ED: 23.
 
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  Wink Carson was the grandson of Olive Hand Bailey.
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