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Vaughn, Ursula Florence (b. 23 OCT 1886, d. 9 DEC 1926)

Death: 9 DEC 1926

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Corn, Carl Henry (b. 14 JAN 1925, d. 29 JAN 1925)
Death: 29 JAN 1925 Moore's Grove Cemetery

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Corn, Francis Marion (b. 6 AUG 1834, d. 10 JAN 1910)
Note: at age 27 became 2nd Lt. during the Civil War as per Vo. 2 "Cavalry, N.C.
Troops, 1861-66, compiled by Louis H. Manarin, pg. 63
Death: 10 JAN 1910 Middleton, Canyon Co., Idaho; buried in Boise

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Corn, Martha (b. 7 FEB 1847, d. 21 JAN 1922)
Death: 21 JAN 1922 Ebenezer Cemetery

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Green, Mary Emily Emole (b. 19 JAN 1839, d. 20 AUG 1870)
Death: 20 AUG 1870 Mo.

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Corn, Augustus E. (b. 27 MAY 1856, d. 17 DEC 1856)
Death: 17 DEC 1856

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Craig, Elizabeth Caroline (b. 28 JAN 1866, d. 11 JUN 1924)
Death: 11 JUN 1924 Morris Hill Cemetery in Boise Idaho

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Corn, Marcus Walton (b. 15 JUN 1859, d. 12 FEB 1923)
Note: Left Missouri on June 28, 1890
They traveled in a buggy and arrived in Idaho on Oct 28, 1890. The
parents no doubt traveled with them, an early type-baby-sitter! They
lived in Boise and the house still stands today. Mark (as he was called)
was a carpenter by trade and a staunch Baptist by religion. As many of
the families of that time and faith believed, no card games could be
played in their homes, except those like Rook and Authors!
Death: 12 FEB 1923 Boise, Idahl

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Corn, Martha Magdalean (b. 16 JUN 1869, d. 17 AUG 1870)
Death: 17 AUG 1870 Polk Co., Mo.

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Corn, Leetta (b. 4 OCT 1887, d. 13 MAR 1888)
Death: 13 MAR 1888 Halfway Mo

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McDearman, Susan A (b. 1825, d. ?)
Note: taken from the internet
RICHARD C. HARRIS10 BURKS (LEE HARRIS 9, RICHARD 8, SAMUEL 7, SAMUEL 6,
MARY 5 DAVIS, MARY 4 HUGHES, PRINCESS 3 NICKETTI, OPECHANCANOUGH 2
POWHATAN, INDIAN 1 CHIEF) was born 1826 in Amherst Co., VA, and died 1897
in Lauderdale Co., TN. He married SUSAN A. MCDEARMAN 1850 in TN, daughter
of MILTON MCDEARMAN and WINNEY RUCKER.
Children of RICHARD BURKS and SUSAN MCDEARMAN are:
i. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN11 BURKS, b. December 04, 1852, Haywood County, TN;
d. August 05, 1945, Holland, MO; m. (1) MARY LIVEY GREEN, 1878,
Tennessee; m. (2) SAMANTHA OCTAVIA CATES, October 05, 1885, Lauderdale
Co., TN; m. (3) DOLLIE ANN BARRONS, Abt. 1903.
ii. ELLEN (WINNIE) C. BURKS, b. 1856, TN.
iii. MINNIE BURKS, b. January 1858, Tennessee; d. 1923, Lauderdale Co.,
TN; m. RICHARD ANDREW CARNELL, November 23, 1883, Lauderdale Co., TN.
iv. MARY ADALINE BURKS, b. May 18, 1861, Tennessee; d. May 21, 1924,
Lauderdale Co., TN; m. L. BRUCE KENLEY, December 22, 1881, Lauderdale
Co., TN.
v. LOUIS NAPOLEAN BURKS, b. July 1862, Tennessee; m. EMMA KENLEY, July
19, 1888, Lauderdale Co., TN.
vi. MILTON BURKS, b. 1864.
vii. SARAH ADELINE BURKS, b. 1868, Lauderdale Co., TN; m. HENRY COOK,
1905.
viii. THOMAS BURKS, b. 1870, TN.

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McDearman, John Smith (b. 28 DEC 1832, d. 15 MAR 1913)
Note: John built his house betwee 1882-1885.
Sarah Travis was the only sister of William B. Travis of the Alamo.
(William Barrett Travis was born in Edgefield District, South Carolina,
August 9, 1809, the son of Mark Travis Sr. The family moved to Conecuh
County, Alabama, in 1818 and he left Alabama for Texas in early 1835. He
died march 6, 1836, at the Alamo.)
John and Sarah had one daughter, Virginia, in Tennessee before moving to
Judsonia around 1858-59. John homesteaded 40 acres of land where the
little cemetery was located in the northeast corner of their fornt yard.
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The McDearman Family Cemetery is located in Section 33, Township 8 North,
Range 6 West. It is due north of the Jusonia water tower, on State
highway 13 approximately 100 yards east of the US Highway 13 overpass.
The names and dates were taken from gravestones by Katherine and Charley
Figley of Judsonia January 11, 1980. W.E. Leach of the White County
Historical Society interviewed two McDearman relatives, July 12, 1986,
and published his report in the White County Heritage that year. Two
years later, the Heritage published a letter from another relative who
provided additional information. All graves are covered with concrete and
there is no indication of unmarked graves. The cemetery was located in
the northeast corner of the front yard of the J.S. McDearman home which
was built between 1882-1885. Beside the McDearman graves the Hanson
graves are McDearman daughters and the Perkins grave is that of a
granddaughter. Other family members are buried in Evergreen and Oak Grove
cemeteries.
Death: 15 MAR 1913

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McDearman, Baby Girl (b. 24 JUN 1893, d. 29 JUN 1893)
Death: 29 JUN 1893

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McDearman, Rena Bell (b. 31 JAN 1886, d. 17 JUN 1887)
Death: 17 JUN 1887

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McDearman, Harriet (b. 19 AUG 1871, d. 11 APR 1930)
Death: 11 APR 1930 Justonia Ar
Burial: McDearman Cemetery Justonia Ar

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McDearman, Minnie Ellen (b. 30 JAN 1873, d. 22 FEB 1938)
Death: 22 FEB 1938

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Davison, Miles (b. , d. ?)
Note: Orphan in 1841, entitled to his mother's share of the George Davidosn
estate. miles was the grandson.

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McDearman, Sterling (b. 16 NOV 1923, d. 1 JAN 1987)
Death: 1 JAN 1987 Arlington, Tx 76017

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McDearman, Sterling (b. 18 MAR 1899, d. 1 JAN 1985)
Death: 1 JAN 1985 Eastpointe, MI 48021

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Johns, George Sibley (b. 27 DEC 1857, d. 16 JUL 1941)
Death: 16 JUL 1941

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