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Lay Family - ca.1938
Ancestors of Lawrence Lay
 
Generation No. 1

 

1. Lawrence Lay1,2,3,4,5,6, born 18 Jun 1880 in Yellville, Marion Co, AR; died 17 Sep 1943 in Britton, Oklahoma Co, OK. He was the son of 2. Shelby Lay and 3. Margaret Ann Younger. He married (1) Melissa Jane Sasser7,8,9,10 09 Aug 1901 in Bruno, Marion Co, AR. She was born 21 May 1877 in Laurel Co, KY, and died 08 Jun 1955 in Edmond, Oklahoma Co, OK. He married (2) Alberta Blanche Bailey11,12,13,14,15,16 03 Apr 1918 in Okemah, Okfuskee Co, OK. She was born 09 Jan 1895 in Spring Creek Twp, Oklahoma Co, OK, and died 03 Apr 1981 in Oklahoma City, OK. She was the daughter of Rufus Miner Bailey and Elizabeth Wiser McKeage.

Notes for Lawrence Lay:
OBITUARY: 09/18/1943; p. 3
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Lawrence Lay Rites Pending
Lawrence Lay, 63, a veteran Oklahoma school teacher, died unexpectedly Friday afternoon of a heart at-tack, while en route from his home in Britton an Oklahoma City hospital.
Lay, a native of Arkansas, moved to Oklahoma in 1902 and had lived in Britton 14 years. A veteran of 35 years as an instructor, he had taught in many different sections of the state, and had been empolyed this year as grad principal in Blanchard. He was a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and for a number of years had been interested in progressive religious work.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Berta B. Lay, of the home address; one son; and four daughters.
He is also survived by a sister, Mrs. Maud Elton, Atlanta, Ga.; and three brothers, Floyd, McAlester; Eldred, Harrison, Ark., and William, Yellville, Ark.
Services will be announced by the Britton Funeral Home.
 
More About Lawrence Lay:
Burial: Olive Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK [45S]
Obituary: 18 Sep 1943, Daily Oklahoman
 
Notes for Alberta Blanche Bailey:
OBITUARY: 04/06/1981
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LAY Berta, age 86, died April 3. She was a retired school teacher, member of Britton United Methodist Church, Springcreek Home Demonstration Club. Services will be Monday, 11 a.m., Shermon Desmuth Memorial Chapel. She is survived by 1 son, 3 daughters, 15 grandchildren & 23 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her daughter Margaret Young of OKC. Donations may be made to Neighbor For Neighbor Assoc.
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It was in the fall of 1911 that Berta Bailey started to Normal School at Edmond. She taught her first school at the Lynch School in Oklahoma County 1912-13, then returned to Edmond for another year of school. After that it was teaching and attending summer school until her graduation in 1918, which was also the year of her marriage to Lawrence Lay (also a teacher). After the birth of her first child she returned to teaching. She continued her education and got her BA from Oklahoma University, Norman, Oklahoma in 1925. She enjoyed teaching and was dedicated to her students. In Comanche, Oklahoma a shortage of funds caused the school to close before the end of the year. Berta and Lawrence Lay taught the full term without pay to allow the seniors to graduate.
In September 1928, Berta the family moved to Britton, Oklahoma to be near her mother. During the depression years, her hard work and good management kept the hard-times at a minimum. In 1939, Berta took the civil service examination and then worked for the State Employment Service until she retired in 1947.
She was widowed in 1943. In 1946 she took the first vacation of her life (to New York and Canada). In 1949, Berta decided to return to farming. She had a house built on the farm in Yukon (formerly Miller), and began farming at the age of 51.
She did all the chores herself and loved the farm and prized her cattle. She lived on the farm until 1970 when her health forced her to move into Oklahoma City.
Berta was a devoted daughter, wife, and mother. She cared for her mother and brother Jim during the last years of their lives. She also cared for old friends in their final years. Her determination and hard work produced great accomplishments. She was a remarkable lady.
 
More About Alberta Blanche Bailey:
Burial: Olive Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK [45S]
Certificate: 21 Oct 1953, #23
Obituary: 06 Apr 1981, Daily Oklahoman
 
 
Generation No. 2

 

2. Shelby Lay17,18,19,20,21,22,23, born Aug 1851 in Scott Co, TN; died 16 Apr 1920 in Everton, Boone Co, AR. He was the son of 4. Jesse Duncan Lay and 5. Susannah Douglas. He married 3. Margaret Ann Younger 1870 in Marion Co, AR.

3. Margaret Ann Younger24,25,26,27,28,29,30, born 22 Mar 1849 in Lawrence Co, TN; died 06 Feb 1913 in Everton, Boone Co, AR. She was the daughter of 6. Alexander William Younger and 7. Lucinda Jane Henson.

Notes for Shelby Lay:
OBITUARY: 04/22/1920
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Dr .Lay Dies Suddenly (THE MOUNTAIN ECHO, APRIL 22.1920)
"Dr. Shelby Lay died at his home in Bruno about 2 o'clock last Friday evening. He had been feeling first rate and enjoying his usual good health and was working in his garden up to within a few minutes of his death when he complained of being dizzy and went into the house and died within a few minutes. Heart failure was given as the cause. He was 69 years old and had been a practicing physician for many years. He was buried in the Beckham graveyard Saturday beside his wife who died about six years ago. He had many friends in the community in which he lived who regret that he is gone and who extend sympathies to his bereaved relatives."
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Shelby was born when his parents were about 40 years old. By the time he was eleven, he was the only child at home. He married about 1870, the same year his mother died, and settled in Bruno, Arkansas where he remained until the later years of his life.
Shelby was a blacksmith in 1880 and had four children. (Lawrence was born after the census was taken). He acted as the administrator for the estate of Alexander Younger (named as his son-in-law). This may have been the gratuitous circumstance that allowed him to become a doctor of medicine sometime between 1880 and 1895. The county court records him as one of the earliest medical doctors in the area.
In their Later years Shelby and Margaret moved to Everton.
 
More About Shelby Lay:
Burial: Beckham Cemetery, Marion Co, AR
Obituary: 22 Apr 1920, Mountain Echo (The), AR
Occupation: 1880, Blacksmith
 
Notes for Margaret Ann Younger:
Father: WILLIAM ALEXANDER YOUNGER was born January 1828 in Maury Co, TN, and died January 01, 1906 in Bruno, Marion Co, AR.
Mother: LUCINDA JANE HENSON was born January 1829 in TN, and died March 18, 1913 in Fox, Stone Co, AR.
 
More About Margaret Ann Younger:
Burial: Beckham Cemetery, Marion Co, AR
 

Children of Shelby Lay and Margaret Younger are:

i. William M. Lay31,32,33,34,35,36, born 24 Sep 1871 in Marion Co, AR; died 30 Oct 1944 in Marion Co, AR; married Laura Alice Adams 17 Aug 1893 in Marion Co, AR; born Jan 1873 in AR; died Bet. 1930 - 1963 in AR?.

Notes for Laura Alice Adams:
Daughter of William Adams and Sarah Smith
 

ii. Baty F. Lay37,38,39,40,41, born Jun 1872 in Marion Co, AR; died 1940 in Cleveland Co, OK; married (1) Lucinda Davis 06 Mar 1898 in Tomahawk, Marion Co, AR; born Jul 1876 in AR; died Bet. 1910 - 22 Jun 1922 in OK; married (2) Melissa Jane Sasser 22 Jun 1922 in Oklahoma Co, OK; born 21 May 1877 in Laurel Co, KY; died 08 Jun 1955 in Edmond, Oklahoma Co, OK.

iii. Lucy Ann Lay42,43,44,45,46, born Feb 1876 in Marion Co, AR; died Bet. 1920 - 1930 in OK; married Granville M. Taylor 04 Aug 1903 in AR; born Sep 1871 in AR; died Bet. 1930 - 1961.

Notes for Lucy Ann Lay:
1910 Census - 3 children born - 3 still living
 
Notes for Granville M. Taylor:
Father's name: Eli Taylor Father's birthplace: MO
Mother's name: Betsy Taylor Mother's birthplace: TN
Granville married Estell M. ? (b. 1877) about 1893 in AR she died between 1900 - 1904.
In the 1930 census he's married to Eula Lee Jenkins (b. 30 Mar 1894 TX)
 

iv. Floyd H. Lay47,48,49,50,51,52, born Mar 1879 in Marion Co, AR; died Bet. 1930 - 1969 in OK or AR; married Nannie E. Pyle 26 Nov 1899 in Bruno, Marion Co, AR; born Jan 1885 in TX; died Bet. 1930 - 1975 in OK or AR.

1 v. Lawrence Lay, born 18 Jun 1880 in Yellville, Marion Co, AR; died 17 Sep 1943 in Britton, Oklahoma Co, OK; married (1) Melissa Jane Sasser 09 Aug 1901 in Bruno, Marion Co, AR; married (2) Alberta Blanche Bailey 03 Apr 1918 in Okemah, Okfuskee Co, OK.

vi. Eldred V. Lay53,54,55, born 15 Feb 1883 in Marion Co, AR; died 1951 in Boone Co, AR; married Alfretta Landis 21 Feb 1909 in Bruno, Marion Co, AR; born 14 Nov 1886 in KS; died 27 Jul 1914 in Newton Co, MO.

More About Eldred V. Lay:
Burial: Maplewood Cemetery, Boone Co, AR
 

vii. Maude Lay56,57,58, born 09 Sep 1889 in Marion Co, AR; died 28 Apr 1955 in GA; married Albert Morton Elton 03 Oct 1906 in Marion Co, AR; born 21 Dec 1881 in AR; died 10 Dec 1947 in GA.

Notes for Maude Lay:
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An Atlanta Argosy - a 1938 book of poetry by Atlanta authors -BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
 
MAUDE LAY ELTON
A native of Arkansas, Mrs. Elton has made her home in Atlanta for a number of years. Recently she received, along with her daughter. the distinction of having been taken in as a member of the American Pen Women.
Her poem "Mothers Do Not Die" was published in the Paebar Anthology of 1936. She contributed four poems to the Galleon Anthology for 1937, and her verses appear frequently in periodicals and poetry magazines. Mrs. Elton has won first prize in the Atlanta Writers' Club, the Atlanta Woman's Club, and prizes offered by local papers.
She is the author of [Chit-Chat Philosophy], a book of poems published in 1932, which, according to the writer, was inspired by people, hundreds of them, in the great reception halls at Mayo's Clinic. Mrs. Elton reveals that
she cannot be inspired by scenery alone, stating that "A garden is not a garden until the gardener appears." Her second book of verse will come off the press shortly.
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Sent: Saturday, December 28, 2002 4:38 PM
The daughter of Shelby Lay, Maude Lay Elton went on to be a published poet in Georgia winning many awards. Her husband Dr. Albert Elton died before her and neither died in Ohio. Extensive history and lineage from there.  I am a grand-daughter Pat Cat Elton
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1910 Census - 4 children born - 1 still living
 
More About Maude Lay:
Burial: Marietta National Cemetery, Marietta, Cobb Co, GA
 
More About Albert Morton Elton:
Burial: Marietta National Cemetery, Marietta, Cobb Co, GA
Military service: CAPT US ARMY MED CORPS, WWI

 

 
Generation No. 3

 

4. Jesse Duncan Lay59,60,61,62,63,64, born 1811 in KY; died 11 Apr 1896 in Waterfall Farm, Lay Falls, Marion Co, AR. He was the son of 8. Jesse Lay and 9. Hannah Lay Baird. He married 5. Susannah Douglas 11 Oct 1829 in TN.

5. Susannah Douglas65,66,67,68, born 1808 in TN; died 22 Feb 1870 in Waterfall Farm, Lay Falls, Marion Co, AR.

Notes for Jesse Duncan Lay:
1880 Census - Mother and Father born VA
Records of land transfers to Jesse Duncan from Hannah Baird Lay and Jesse Lay remain. Also sales by Jesse Duncan and his wife Susanna were witnessed by Jesse and Elijah (father and brother). There is no mistake in this lineage. Family stories tell us that Jesse Duncan Lay eloped with Susanna when he was only 15 years of age. No record of their marriage has been discovered.
Jesse and Susanna could not seem to settle down. They are identifiable in only one census (1850, Scott, County, Tennessee) reported in Gilbert Lay's book. It's possible their move to Arkansas in 1867-1868 was not their first trip. LDS records show William Marion born to Jesse Duncan and Susanna in Indian Territory. There were other related Lay families moving to Arkansas well before the Civil War, and some continually traveled back and forth.
The affidavit that Jesse Duncan filed for survivor pension (upon the death of his son Zimmery in the Civil War) relates the movements of the family during the Civil War.
They came to Arkansas in 1868. They settled on a farm near Bruno Arkansas and built a grist mill (with a water wheel) on what is now called Lay Falls. The farmhouse and barn were still standing when they were visited by Robert Miner Lay in 1971. He found the graves of Jesse Duncan and Susanna in the woods about 75 yards from the falls. There were three graves (markings long worn away), the third perhaps wife number 2 or 3. Robert chi sled new markings, and years later ordered proper stones which have been cared for since by the local county women's society. The graves are now recorded and easily found by new generations.
Jesse Duncan died while still living on the Waterfall Farm and operating the mill there. He was evidently a colorful character and beloved by his grandchildren.  
 
More About Jesse Duncan Lay:
Burial: Waterfall Farm, Lay Falls, Marion Co, AR
 
Notes for Susannah Douglas:
Probably the daughter of William and Sarah Douglas of Campbell County, TN. Susanna was half or 1/4 Cherokee. William, son of Jesse and Susanna, told his family that he was named for his grandfather.
 
More About Susannah Douglas:
Burial: Waterfall Farm, Lay Falls, Marion Co, AR
 

Children of Jesse Lay and Susannah Douglas are:

i. Nancy Lay69,70,71,72, born Dec 1829 in Scott Co, TN; died Abt. 1902 in Scott Co, TN; married Burrell Wilson; born Apr 1826 in KY; died Bet. 1900 - 1910 in Scott Co, TN.

ii. David Lay73,74,75,76,77,78, born Oct 1833 in Whitley Co, KY; died 1906 in Tomahawk, Searcy Co, AR.

iii. Jesse Lay79,80,81,82,83,84, born 31 Mar 1837 in TN; died 10 Jul 1919 in TN.

Notes for JESSE LAY:
"Fighting Jesse" lived in Scott County, Tennessee. He was a minister of the Gospel, but his character earned him his nickname.
He was well known for his fighting ability - bare fists, that is - and many stories are related about his exploits. He was by all accounts an upright and honest man and he expected everyone else to be the same, or else.
Once, riding through a small community on his way to preach on Sunday, some heckler on a street corner began to make fun of him. Jesse stopped and calmly tied his horse to a hitch rack, and pro ceded to administer a sound "licking" to the culprit. Then he continued on his way to Sunday services.
He was a farmer as well as a preacher as he had to support himself and his family. One day while working in the field, his wife Delphia came running down to where he was working and told him some man had come to the house claiming to be Jesus Christ himself. Delphia was frightened; Jesse tied the team and went back to the house where, sure enough there was a stranger in the yard. Although the intruder was big and burly, Jesse said to him, "So you claim to be Jesus Christ, do you?" The man said yes. "Well," said Jesse, "I'm going to give you a good whipping, and if you really are Jesus Christ, it won't hurt you because you won't feel it, and if you are no Jesus Christ, you need a good whipping anyway." And he went about giving the good whipping, in spite of the stranger's defense.
These stories are taken from Gilbert Lay's book. Arlie Lay talked some about Fighting Jesse, relating a few bits of his own.
 
More About Jesse Lay:
Burial: Winfield, TN
 

iv. Hannah Lay85,86, born 1838 in TN; died Bet. 1850 - 1928.

v. William Marion Lay87,88,89,90,91,92,93, born Nov 1840 in KY; died 11 Sep 1916 in Searcy Co, AR.

Notes for William Marion Lay:
Went to Arkansas about 1872. He named one of his son's Shelby (always called Shell) after his brother.
 

vi. Frederick Zimmery Lay94,95,96, born 1843 in TN; died Mar 1862 in Killed in the Civil War.

Notes for Frederick Zimmery Lay:
Jesse Duncan Lay applied for a survivor pension in Arkansas, County of Searcy, in June of 1878:
"In the matter of the Pension Claim of Jesse D. Lay, Father of Zimry [sic] Lay, late of Company G, 7th Regiment, Kentucky Volunteers, personally came before me a Notary Public, in and for the aforesaid County and State, the Claimant, Jesse D. Lay, who being duly sworn declares that he is the claimant in the above described claim, and is Post Office address is Bruno, County of Marion, State of Arkansas; that he was a resident of Scott County, Tennessee, in March, 1862, at the time of his son's death, the family consisted of himself (Jesse D. Lay) his wife (Susanna Lay), one son, Shelby Lay, eleven years old........."
Gilbert Lay maintains that Frederick and Zimmery were one and the same. Since Frederick (age 7 in the 1850 Scott County TN census) never appears again in any other record, either he died young or was also called Zimmery. Zimmery and his brother William are found with their grandmother (Sarah Douglas) in Campbell Co, TN in 1860.
 
More About Frederick Zimmery Lay:
Military service: Union, Co G. 7th Regiment, Kentucky Volunteers
 

2 vii. Shelby Lay, born Aug 1851 in Scott Co, TN; died 16 Apr 1920 in Everton, Boone Co, AR; married (1) Margaret Ann Younger 1870 in Marion Co, AR; married (2) Victoria Smith 1915 in AR.

 

 

6. Alexander William Younger97,98,99,100,101,102,103, born Jan 1828 in Maury Co, TN; died 01 Jan 1906 in Bruno, Marion Co, AR. He was the son of 12. Thomas W. Younger and 13. Ellender Jane London. He married 7. Lucinda Jane Henson Nov 1847 in Giles Co, TN.

7. Lucinda Jane Henson104,105,106,107,108,109, born Jan 1829 in TN; died 18 Mar 1913 in Fox, Stone Co, AR.

Notes for Alexander William Younger:
Father: Thomas Younger b: 1790 in Chapel Hill, Chatham Co, North Carolina
Mother: Ellen London b: 1804 in NC
William Alexander Younger was born January 1828 in Maury County, Tennessee, and died January 1, 1906 in Bruno, Marion County, Arkansas. He married Lucinda Jane Henson November 1847 in Giles County, Tennessee, daughter of Nathan Henson and Nancy Gilmore. She was born January 1829 in Tennessee, and died March 18, 1913 in Near Fox, Stone County, Arkansas
 
Notes for Lucinda Jane Henson:
1900 Census - 12 children born - 10 still living
 

Children of Alexander Younger and Lucinda Henson are:

3 i. Margaret Ann Younger, born 22 Mar 1849 in Lawrence Co, TN; died 06 Feb 1913 in Everton, Boone Co, AR; married Shelby Lay 1870 in Marion Co, AR.

ii. Mary C. Younger110, born 1851 in Lawrence Co, TN; died Bet. 1860 - 1870 in Searcy Co, AR.

iii. Thomas Marion Younger110,111,112,113,114,115, born 21 Nov 1853 in Lawrence Co, TN; died 12 May 1925 in Tahlequah, Cherokee Co, OK; married Sarah E. Adams 1871 in Searcy Co, AR; born 03 Aug 1861 in AR; died 26 Dec 1916 in Tahlequah, Cherokee Co, OK.

Notes for Thomas Marion Younger:
1880 Marion Co, AR - Tomahawk Township Census 226-226
Yonger, Thomas  26 laborer TN TN TN
        Sarah   18 wife    AR KY TN
        Luther   1 son     AR KY TN
Younger, Charls 23 bro     AR TN TN
 
Notes for Sarah E. Adams:
1910 Census - 12 children born - 10 still living
 

iv. James Franklin Younger116,117,118,119,120, born 07 Feb 1855 in St. Joe, Searcy Co, AR; died 11 Mar 1917 in Shawnee, Pottawatomie Co, OK; married Elizabeth S. Begley 04 Sep 1874 in St. Joe, Searcy Co, AR; born Apr 1857 in Barry Co, MO; died 07 Nov 1916 in Depew, Creek Co, OK.

Notes for Elizabeth S. Begley:
1910 Census - 12 children born - 11 still living
 

v. Charles Alexander Younger121,122,123,124,125,126, born 01 Feb 1857 in St. Joe, Searcy Co, AR; died 20 Mar 1920 in Tulsa, Tulsa Co, OK; married Martha Elizabeth Hemphill 19 Jul 1883 in Harrison, Boone Co, AR; born 20 Sep 1864 in Christian Co, MO; died 04 Mar 1947 in Locust Grove, Mayes Co, OK.

Notes for Charles Alexander Younger:
1880 Marion Co, AR - Tomahawk Township Census 226-226
Yonger, Thomas  26 laborer TN TN TN
        Sarah   18 wife    AR KY TN
        Luther   1 son     AR KY TN
Younger, Charls 23 bro     AR TN TN
 
Notes for Martha Elizabeth Hemphill:
1900 Census - 9 children born - 7 still living
 

vi. Jasper Newton Younger127,128,129,130,131,132, born 23 Apr 1859 in St. Joe, Searcy Co, AR; died 25 Jul 1940 in Green Forrest, Carroll Co, AR; married Sarah Pamela Loggains 15 Jan 1879 in Marion Co, AR; born 12 Apr 1860 in Walker Co, AL; died 20 Jun 1940 in Carrollton, Carroll Co, AR.

Notes for Jasper Newton Younger:
1880 Marion Co, AR - Tomahawk Township Census 224-224
Younger, Jasper 20 laborer AR TN TN
         Sarah  19 wife    AR OH OH
         Mary    1 dau     AR AR AR
 
More About Jasper Newton Younger:
Burial: Carrollton Cemetery, Carrollton, Carroll Co, AR
 
Notes for Sarah Pamela Loggains:
1910 Census - 9 children born - 7 still living
 
More About Sarah Pamela Loggains:
Burial: Carrollton Cemetery, Carrollton, Carroll Co, AR
 

vii. Jane Ellen Younger133,134,135,136,137, born 19 Mar 1861 in St. Joe, Searcy Co, AR; died 22 Apr 1943 in Rio Hondo, Cameron Co, TX; married Reuben Frances Herrington 1878 in AR; born 15 Jan 1847 in MS; died 05 Sep 1921 in Rio Hondo, Cameron Co, TX.

Notes for Jane Ellen Younger:
1880 Marion Co, AR - Tomahawk Census 231-231
Herrington, Ruben  28 frm   MS TN MS
            Jane   19 wife  AR TN TN
            Marthy  8 dau   MS MS AL
            Mary    6 dau   MS MS AL
            Charles 1 son   AR MS AL
 
1900 Census - 9 children born - 6 still living

viii. Hannah L. Younger138,139,140,141,142,143, born 01 May 1865 in St. Joe, Searcy Co, AR; died 21 Apr 1945 in Pottawatamie Co, OK; married Andrew T. Stephens 1881 in Marion Co, AR; born 20 May 1859 in KY144; died 18 Feb 1947 in Fresno Co, CA144.

Notes for Hannah L. Younger:
1900 Census - 6 children born - 4 still living
1910 Census - 9 children born - 7 still living
 
 
Notes for Andrew T. Stephens:
1880 Marion Co, AR - Water Creek Township 166-166
Stevens, Grandville 45 frm  KY KY KY
         Sarah      42 wife KY KY KY
         Andrew     19 son  KY KY KY
         William    17 son  KY KY KY
         Martha     15 dau  KY KY KY
         Tabba      11 dau  KY KY KY
         Bate        5 dau  KY KY KY
         George      2 son  AR KY KY
 

ix. Alexander Boyd Younger145,146,147,148,149, born 15 Jan 1868 in St. Joe, Searcy Co, AR; died 06 Oct 1936 in Seminole Co, OK; married Lysiane Prildy Maxey 21 Jul 1888 in Gainsville, Ozark Co, MO; born 19 Mar 1857 in Marion Co, AR; died 13 Jun 1940 in Seminole Co, OK.

Notes for Alexander Boyd Younger:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~armarion/familylines/youngeralexander.html
Alexander Boyd Younger son of William Alexander and Lucinda (Hinson) Younger was born January 15, 1868 in St. Joe, Searcy County, Arkansas, and died October 6, 1936 in Seminole, Seminole County, Oklahoma. He married Prilda Maxey July 21, 1888 in Gainsville, Ozark County, Missouri, daughter of Richard Maxey and Elizabeth Batson. She was born March 19, 1856 in Marion County, Arkansas, and died June 13, 1940 in Seminole, Seminole County, Oklahoma.
 

x. John Willis Younger150,151,152,153,154, born 05 Sep 1869 in St. Joe, Searcy Co, AR; died 09 Jan 1940 in Wetumka, Hughes Co, OK; married Mollie Bell Burris 01 Oct 1891 in Marion Co, AR; born 20 Dec 1875 in Everton, Dade Co, MO; died 22 Dec 1933 in Summit, Marion Co, AR.

Notes for John Willis Younger:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~armarion/familylines/youngerjohnwillis.htm
John Willis Younger (William Alexander), was born September 5, 1869 in St. Joe, Searcy County, Arkansas, and died January 9, 1940 in Wetumka, Hughes County, Oklahoma. He married Mollie Belle Burruss October 1, 1891 in Marion County, Arkansas, daughter of George Burruss and Perilda Maxey. She was born December 20, 1875 in Everton, Dade County, Missouri, and died December 22, 1933 in Summit, Marion County, Arkansas
 
Notes for Mollie Bell Burris:
1880 Marion Co, AR - Prairie Township Census 194-195
Burruss, George W.  25 frm AL VA TN
         Perrilda   23 --  AR TN TN
         Mollie Bell 4 dau MO AL AR
         Joseph J.   1 son AR AL AR
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1900 Census - 3 children born - 3 still living
1910 Census - 8 children born - 5 still living
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Mountain Echo, Yellville, AR 12 Aug 1971 Services Held for Mrs. Rosa SYLVA Rosa HALL SYLVA, 77, of Flippin, died Aug 6 at the Marion County Hospital. She was born at Flippin June 11, 1894 to Willis and Mollie BURRIS YOUNGER and had lived her lifetime in Marion County. Survivors are two sons, Russell HALL of Amarillo, Texas, and Luther HALL of Buena Park, Calif.; two daughters, Norma TERRY and Audra HODGES, both of Flippin; a sister, Hester WOOD of Anaheim, Calif.; 8 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Aug 8 at the First Baptist Church in Flippin with the Rev Howard KING officiating. Burial was in the Hurst Cemetery. Pallbearers were Hal TERRY, John JAMES, Lonnie BURCH, Loy HALL, Ambrose PILGRIM and Burl MICHELL. Honorary pallbearers, were Jerry PILGRIM, Otis BURRIS, Paul MARBERRY, R D SANDERS and Floyd HOLDEN.
 

xi. Rebecca Ann Younger155,156,157, born 24 Sep 1872 in AR; died 02 Aug 1917 in Fox, Stone Co, AR; married (1) Amos Russell Taylor 01 Oct 1891 in Marion Co, AR; born Apr 1867 in Union Twp, Marion Co, AR; died 02 Jan 1902 in Bruno, Marion Co, AR; married (2) John Thomas Ross 04 Aug 1907 in Stone Co, AR; born 06 Aug 1848 in MS or AL; died 21 Apr 1926 in Rio Hondo, Cameron Co, TX.

Notes for Rebecca Ann Younger:
1900 Census - 5 children born - 4 still living
1910 Census - 7 children born - 6 still living
 
Notes for Amos Russell Taylor:
1880 Marion Co, AR - Water Creek Township Census 167-167 Taylor,
William        45 frm  AR KY KY
Jane           41 wife AR KY KY
Rebecca        15 dau  AR KY KY
Russel         12 son  AR KY KY
Levi           11 son  AR KY KY
Rufus          10 son  AR KY KY
Joseph          9 son  AR KY KY
John            6 son  AR KY KY
Nancy           5 son  AR KY KY
David           2 son  AR KY KY
Ruben           1 son  AR KY KY
 
 
Generation No. 4

 

8. Jesse Lay158,159,160, born 1777 in VA or NC; died 1864 in Whitley Co, KY. He was the son of 16. Jesse Lay and 17. Catherine Bradley. He married 9. Hannah Lay Baird 1808.

9. Hannah Lay Baird161,162,163, born 1775 in VA or NC; died 1862 in Whitley Co, KY.

Notes for Jesse Lay:
Census 1810 - KY - Not Stated, Knox Co; p.63; ROLL: 7
2 males   under 10
1 male           10 - 15
1 male           26 - 44
1 male     over 45
1 female  under 10
1 female         26 - 44
 
More About Jesse Lay:
Burial: Doolin Cemetery, Whitley Co, KY
 
More About Hannah Lay Baird:
Burial: Doolin Cemetery, Whitley Co, KY
 

Child of Jesse Lay and Hannah Baird is:

4 i. Jesse Duncan Lay, born 1811 in KY; died 11 Apr 1896 in Waterfall Farm, Lay Falls, Marion Co, AR; married (1) Susannah Douglas 11 Oct 1829 in TN; married (2) Sarah Mullins Bet. 1870 - 1880 in AR; married (3) Nancy Estes Bet. 1881 - 1896 in AR.

 

 

12. Thomas W. Younger164,165,166, born 1791 in Wilkes Co, NC; died 1864 in Searcy Co, AR. He was the son of 24. Thomas Younger and 25. Mary Nall. He married 13. Ellender Jane London 1824 in Maury Co, TN.

13. Ellender Jane London167,168,169,170, born 1805 in TN or KY; died 1880 in Searcy Co, AR.

Notes for Thomas W. Younger:
1840 Census - TN - William Younger
1 male    under 5
1 male           6-10
1 male           30-40
1 females under 5
2 females        6-10
1 female     30-40
They are apparently listed twice in the 1850 census, Lawrence Co, TN and the same people in Giles Co.
 
FROM "BOONE CO. HISTORIAN" - Vol. XII - No. 1 - 1989" They lived in TN and KY and migrated from TN to the Tomahawk Community Searcy Co., ARKANSAS, in 1854. It is not known when this Thomas left Chatham Co., NC., but possibly with a wagon train of several Younger families including father Thomas Sr., about 1813, and settled in Williamson and Maury Counties. At some time he resided in KY, where some of his children were born and then in Knox Co., TN. At the time he came into Arkansas another group of Youngers left Williamson and Maury Counties and settled at Stockton in Cedar County, MO. Mother Mary Nall Younger died at 96 and is buried at Stockton, Missouri. Son Thomas (Tomahawk Thomas, as he is called by Younger researchers) on arriving in northwest Arkansas, camped first on the prairie near the Old Sharpensteen Place (Big Pond, Boone Co., Marshall Prairie near Western Grove ? Magness Place ?) before settling in Tomahawk Community near St. Joe, AR. in Searcy Co. Thomas built and operated water mills and several mills in the Tomahawk area are attributed to him. He was also a Christian Preacher and "abolitionist" lecturer. Near the out break of the Civil War, he died leaving his widow and several children. Her home was destroyed by raiders claiming to be Confederates and Confederate sympathizers because she was allegedly harboring a Union Sympathizer, " an old man named Baker. "Four sons of Thomas and Ellen, John London, Alexander, Willis Parks and Thomas joined the Union Army. Some of this family is buried in Osbourne Cemetery, others are in Pea Ridge Cemetery near Bruno in Marion County and Anderson Flat Cemetery, also in Marion County, and it is thought also in Stone Cemetery in Searcy County. Tomahawk Thomas family is found in Hopkins Co., KY in 1840 and Hickman Co., TN in 1850, and in Searcy Co., AR in 1860. Also listed in Giles Co., TN. in the 1850 census. Thomas and son Alexander and Spencer Adams were members of the Peace Society according to the testimony of Peter Tyler (pgs 94-96. Arkansas Historical Quarterly.)
 
Notes for Ellender Jane London:
Birthplace given as GA in 1870.
 

Child of Thomas Younger and Ellender London is:

6 i. Alexander William Younger, born Jan 1828 in Maury Co, TN; died 01 Jan 1906 in Bruno, Marion Co, AR; married Lucinda Jane Henson Nov 1847 in Giles Co, TN.

 

 
Generation No. 5

 

16. Jesse Lay171,172, born 1745 in Buncombe Co, NC; died 1806 in NC. He married 17. Catherine Bradley 1765 in Wilkes Co, NC173.

17. Catherine Bradley174,175, born 1755 in NC; died Bet. 1790 - 1840 in NC.

Notes for Jesse Lay:
Census 1790 - NC - Not Stated, Wilkes Co; p.123; ROLL: M637_7:
3 males 16 or over
9 females
 

Child of Jesse Lay and Catherine Bradley is:

8 i. Jesse Lay, born 1777 in VA or NC; died 1864 in Whitley Co, KY; married Hannah Lay Baird 1808.

 

 

24. Thomas Younger176, born 10 Mar 1761 in Wilkes Co, NC; died 18 Oct 1834 in Franklin Co, TN. He was the son of 48. John Younger and 49. Sarah Kennard. He married 25. Mary Nall Abt. 1787 in NC.

25. Mary Nall176, born 25 Dec 1766 in Fayetteville, Cumberland Co, NC; died Feb 1864 in Stockton, Cedar Co, MO.

Notes for Thomas Younger:
"Boone County Historian" --- Vol. XII - No. 1 - 1989. He (Thomas) disappeared in Williamson County, Tennessee. Family tradition says he gathered up herds of horses and mules and sold them down South. For one such trip, his wife had made him a new suit with "large, new Eagle Buttons." He left, sold his herd, received the money, disappeared, and was never heard from again. Later, bones were found in a cave located where he had sold the herd with the bones were several Eagle buttons. Circumstantially, it appears the murdered man was Thomas.
 
More About Mary Nall:
Burial: Younger Cemetery, Stockton, Cedar Co, MO
 

Child of Thomas Younger and Mary Nall is:

12 i. Thomas W. Younger, born 1791 in Wilkes Co, NC; died 1864 in Searcy Co, AR; married Ellender Jane London 1824 in Maury Co, TN.

 

 
Generation No. 6

 

48. John Younger176, born 29 Apr 1707 in Shrewsbury Parish, Kent Co, MD; died 1770 in Kent Co, MD. He married 49. Sarah Kennard Bet. 1730 - 1745 in MD.

49. Sarah Kennard176, born 1714 in Kent Co, MD; died Bet. 1757 - 1790 in Kent Co, MD.

Children of John Younger and Sarah Kennard are:

24 i. Thomas Younger, born 10 Mar 1761 in Wilkes Co, NC; died 18 Oct 1834 in Franklin Co, TN; married Mary Nall Abt. 1787 in NC.

ii. Joshua Logan Younger176, born 11 May 1755 in Hampshire Co, VA; died 02 Aug 1834 in Lawrence Co, IN; married Elizabeth Lee 1770 in MD; born 1755 in VA; died 1786 in VA or KY.

Notes for Joshua Logan Younger:
served under George Washington at Valley Forge
 
More About Joshua Logan Younger:
Burial: Leatherwood Cemetery, Lawrence Co, IN
Military service: 12th Regt Cont Army
 

 

 

 

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