Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

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John A. BUMGARNER

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children: Ival Wallace, Mary Myrtle, Martha Emogene, Johnny Eugene, Cecil James


Cora Jane HOBSON

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relation to Andrews/Bumgarner Hobsons?


Absolum Malachi BUMGARNER

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From the Bumgarner History:

The seventh child of Andy an Lavina was Absolum Malachi, known as Kie, born Feb. 2, 1848 in North Carolina.  He was the youngest of Andy's boys to serve in the Civil War.  Kie was married three times and had a total of 10 children with his first wife being Frances Murphy Jourden, known as Mitty.  They were married June 28, 1866 in Webster County and had 5 children, the first being Mitty L.H.A., born March 8, 1867, who died in infancy.  Andy Sherman was born exactly a year later.  Thomas L. (known as Aaron) was born July 7, 1870 and his sister Ola Leeava on Feb. 9, 1874/6.  We don't know when Mitty died but on March 18, 1880, Kie married Alphus (Allie) Letterman and they had 3 children.  First she had twin boys, one born Feb. 14, who died at birth and Orness S., who was born on Feb. 15, 1881.  Her next son was Wasper, born May 6, 1884.  She then hung herself in the old white barn and was buried by his first wife, Fanny, in Welch Cemetery.  He then married Mary Etta Crawley, who was 21 years younger than him, and had 3 children.  Elton Malachi (Jack) was born May 23, 1893, Rockee Ellen, was born Dec. 16, 1894, and an unnamed infant who was born and died in 1895.  Kie farmed all his life around Northview, and died at 77 years and is buried in MT. Olive Cemetery with his third wife.

(See Notes under Thomas Bumgarner)


Frances Murphy JOURDEN

name also seen as:  Francis Nettie Murphy


Mitty L. H. A. BUMGARNER

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Note: Mitty died in infancy.


Amon Logan BUMGARNER

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married Martha Young

Children: Bronson, Helen, Clarence, Kermit, Virgil, Eva, L. Ollie


Samuel UPSHAW

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Harriet Cordelia BUMGARNER

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From the Bumgarner History:

Born March 6, 1850 in North Carolina and married Samuel Upshaw, brother of Patsy was was married to her brother Duff, on August 16, 1866.  They had 2 sons before he died in October 1871; William Andrew, born July 12, 1868 and George Washington, born December 27, 1870.  Joseph N. Hill was her second husband and they were married Dec. 5, 1872.  They had 6 children, the first Nancy Jane born Oct. 4, 1873 in Sevier County, Arkansas.  Thomas Franklin (Frank), July 20, 1875 and twins Nettie and Etta, Feb. 21, 1879, were also born in Sevier Co.  Her seventh and eighth children were John William, Oct. 23, 1882 and Susanna Powhatton (Hattie), July 24, 1887 at Choctaw Nation, Oklahoma.  Delia's second husband died April 23, 1888 in Polk County, Arkansas with her living 13 years longer, dying on May 6, 1901.


John James Henry BUMGARNER

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From the Bumgarner History:

The youngest son of Andy and Lavina was John James Henry George Zachariah Taylor, the longest name I've ever seen in my research.  Perhaps his parents wanted to honor all the men folk left in the family with this last boy's name.  He was born October 22, 1850 in North Carolina, according to his death certificate, but we have been unable to find the family in the North Carolina 1850 Census.  Henry, or H.Z. as he signed his papers, married Amanda Jane Haggard in September of 1871.  She was no kin to the other Haggard sisters in the family, Polly and his stepmother Barbara.  Henry and Amanda had 3 children and raised a grandson, George when their daughter, Auddie died.  Henry was a handsome man, with a black beard, who raised and trained horses.  He dressed much nicer than his older brothers, Duff and Kie, who were farmers.  His appearance impressed his nephew, Cecil, as he always rode a beautiful horse.  His wife died March 24, 1907 and he on February 22, 1914.  They and all their children are buried at MT. Olive Cemetery, but there is no stone on his grave, only his wife's is marked on that plot.

Lucinda Audrey, their oldest child, was born July 2, 1872 in Northview and Married John Ford and had 3 children.  She died May 7, 1893 at the age of 21 years.  Their sons [Henry and Amandas'] were Coffee Carol, named for Amanda's father and born on Sept. 26, 1873, and William Cleveland, born May 23, 1876.  Coffee first married Adelia Catherina Eslick, who was born Nov. 8, 1869 and they had 6 children.  She died Nov. 6, 1917 and he married Ola Inez Foster, who was born Oct. 31, 1880 and she had 2 children from her first marriage;  Audra who married Virgil T. Andrews and Carl Foster whom Coffee adopted.  Henry and Amanda's youngest son, Cleve, married Roxie Shelton, born in 1885 and they had 2 daughters; Hope and Helen.  They both died in a railroad crossing accident in 1935 in Northview, and Cleve's plot is adjoining his parents at MT. Olive.


Amanda Jane HAGGARD

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Amanda was not related to the other Haggard women that had married into the family, Polly and his stepmother, Barbara are buried in MT Olive Cemetery in North View, MO and her grave is marked with a stone; but,
her husband's grave is not.


Lucinda Audrey BUMGARNER

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Note: Lucinda died at age 21 leaving three children and a husband.


Susanna Elizabeth BUMGARNER

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From the Bumgarner History:

The last child of Andy and Lavina was Susanna Elizabeth, who was born April 12, 1853 in Greene County [Missouri], before the creation of Webster County.  She married George Washington Cruise on June 21, 1873 and they had 9 children: Benjamin, Harry, Cora Fene, James Arthur, John Oscar, Ether Malachi, George Lee Oliver, Joseph Rockey, and Anna May. Susanna was rumored to have been picked as George's 2nd wife at the funeral of his first wife, Delilah (Puss) Letterman.  At her death George was left with 2 small sons,  William Franklin and Thomas Edward.  Susanna was a midwife and delivered more babies than many of the doctors of her time.  Her smokehouse was hung with croup weed, mules-tail, mullen leaves, burdock roots, sarsaparilla roots, life-everlasting, senna leaves, golden sear, flax seeds and castor beans.  It is doubtful that she ever too any money for her services.

George was a farmer, house mover, blacksmith and perhaps an occasional preacher.  His family belonged to the Christian Church in Northview and it was said he was awful wicked in speech but after he was converted he could pray one of the prettiest prayers ever heard.  He was known as a fist-fighter and the story was told that he had a fight on every corner of the Marshfield town square.  While working in Springfield, on the Federal Building, a furnace boiler blew up and the fire box fell on him and ran 3 hot bolts through his arm which resulted in a dropped shoulder which he had for the remainder of his life.  He was Justice of the Peace from 1901 until about 1920 and married some of his children to their spouses.


Fred Leo BUMGARNER

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From Webster County Cemetery Inscriptions, Book 11:
Okla Pfc  4 Balloon Co, Air Service WW1

Buried: Welch Cemetery

spouse: Jean Albers, b. October 13, 1894


Coffee Carol BUMGARNER

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Note: Coffee adopted Audra.


William Cleveland BUMGARNER

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William and Roxie were killed in a railroad crossing accident in 1935. Both were buried at MT. Olive Cemetery.


Helen BUMGARNER

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Note: Helen was killed in a car-train accident. Both sisters died in accident.


Hope BUMGARNER

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Note: Killed in a car-train accident. Both sisters died in accident.


Andy BUMGARNER

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Buried: Welch Cemetery


Anna BAGLEY

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Buried: Welch Cemetery