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Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


Gilbert Houston Frost

1900 United States Census for Ward 6, Ouachita Parish Louisiana
Gilbert Frost Head W M Oct 1872 27 M I LA
Sarah L. Frost Wife W F Oct 1872 27 M 8 4 4 LA
Clarence E. Frost Son W M Sept 1894 5 S LA
Fred H. Frost Son W M Oct 1896 3 S LA
Ardealer Frost Dau W F Nov 1898 1 S LA
John M. Frost Son W M Jan 1900 4/12 S LA

A possible daughter:
Hasley Cemetery, West Monroe, Louisiana:
Frost, Delia Nov. 21, 1897 - Jan. 22, 1978 m. Oct. 16, 1915 to Floyd Redding Mar. 15, 1891 - Sept. 16, 1973


Sarah Leote Griggs

1880 United States Census for 7th Ward, Ouachita, Louisiana Family History Library Film 1254465, NA Film Number T9-0465; Page Number 141A
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
John GRIGGS Self M Male W 48 AL Farmer SC SC
Sarah A GRIGGS Wife M Female W 42 AL Keeping House SC SC
Lemuel W GRIGGS Son S Male W 19 AL Farm Laborer AL AL
Lavonia GRIGGS Dau S Female W 15 AL At Home AL AL
Dennis M GRIGGS Son S Male W 10 LA AL AL
Sarah L GRIGGS Dau S Female W 8 LA AL AL
Ladonia GRIGGS Dau S Female W 5 LA AL AL
Emma GRIGGS Dau S Female W 1 LA AL AL


Fred Hutson Frost

1930 United States Census for Police Jury Ward 5, Ouachita Parish Louisiana
Fred H. Frost 34 1895 Louisiana Head White
Delia Frost 29 1900 Wife
Lucile Frost 15 1914 Dau
Elizabeth Frost 12 1917 Dau
Christina Frost 9 1920 Dau
A. V. Frost 6 1923 Son
Dorothy Frost 5 1924 Dau
Eloise Frost 2 1927 Dau
Louis C. Frost 2 1927 Son


Clarence Elzy Frost Sr.

Also in the Hasley Cemetery, West Monroe, Louisiana:
Frost, Delia Nov. 21, 1897 - Jan. 22, 1978 m. Oct. 16, 1915 to Floyd Redding Mar. 15, 1891 - Sept. 16, 1973
FROST, Elizabeth P Sep 26, 1907 Feb 20, 1970


Clarence Elzy Frost Sr.

Also in the Hasley Cemetery, West Monroe, Louisiana:
Frost, Delia Nov. 21, 1897 - Jan. 22, 1978 m. Oct. 16, 1915 to Floyd Redding Mar. 15, 1891 - Sept. 16, 1973
FROST, Elizabeth P Sep 26, 1907 Feb 20, 1970


David W. Wheat

David was accused of murder (Calvin Frost, Alice's uncle) shortly after their marriage, and fled Louisiana, never to be heard from again, although suspected by the Wheat family, that he fled to Texas.


Robert J. Weems

Family story:
Lee bought a new $300.00 Model T Ford. When he got the vehicle home he had the family help him put it up on blocks so that the tires would not rot. Every so often he would get in the car and start it so the battery would not wear down. Lee never took the car off the blocks - he was afriad to drive.

Research needed, a possible daugther of Robert:
Gertrude Weemes (b. 8/21/1917) - wife of O Z Roy is buried in the same cemetery.


Jennie L. Frost

Robert and Jennie had two daughters.


Daniel Frester Lenard

Family story:
Dan was born on a Choctaw Indian reservation in Mississippi and went by the name Rufus. He hated reservation life. He left the reservation with his wife and several small children (Gennie being one of them). To protect his family, he changed their names to Lenard. As a result, all family rights as Indians were lost. Freedom for the family was too important. Dan feared being found and then being sent back to the reservation.

Family story: Dan was of French descent.

Family story:
He came up the Ouachita River to Caldwell Parish, Louisiana. He homestead on Caples Road, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
He wore his hair in a ponytail. Family joke: He was the first hippy in Louisiana.

The 1910 Census states that he was married twice. First wife is unknown.


Sarah E. Bacon

Sally Bacon was a Pentecostal. She was said to be 3/4th Choctaw Indian.

Research needed:
Name: Bacon, Sarah; Tribe: Choctaw; Record Type: enrollment; Sex: F; Enrollment Type: P (Parent):
Card No.: D601
Card No.: 5940
Card No.: 4887
Card No.: 5070
Card No.: 5734


Charlie M. Lenard

In 1920 Charlie, age 10, was living with his Aunt Omie Bacon and Uncle Allen Houze in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.

Charlie had small pox when he was young. As a result, he could not have children.
Charlie married twice.