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Anna Jane Lee

Martin Batte Lee Bible, Union Parish, LA submitted by: Hank Johns Martin Batte LEE, bible Contributed by: Henry LeRoy "Hank" JOHNS III, North Little Rock, Arkansas (The best I can tell, this bible was printed in 1877....)

MARRIAGES
J. M. Lee & Vada Burch's daughters Anna Lee to Hillyer Ralston Speed. Apr 19, 1898 Monroe, La. ""

(Pasted on the page after the Death records is a newspaper obit for Mrs. Vada Burch Lee)

FUNERAL IS HELD FOR PROMINENT MONROE WOMAN
Services Conducted At Speed Home; Burial In City Cemetery

The funeral of Mrs. Vada Burch Lee, 80, widow of John Martin Lee, member of a distinguished southern family and prominent for many years in Monroe, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. R. Speed, 110 Pine street, early Sunday, (written in ink in the margin: March 8, 1936), was held at the residence Monday at 3 p.m. Rev. L. T. Hastings, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiated. Internment was made in the old city cemetery.

Three children of Mrs. Lee survive. They are Mrs. H. R. Speed and Mrs. J. R. Wooten, both of Monroe, and William Burch Lee of Shreveport.


John Lee Wooten

Martin Batte Lee Bible, Union Parish, LA submitted by: Hank Johns ***************************************************************************** USGenWeb NOTICE: Libraries and individual researchers may download this file for personal, non-commercial use only. Any other use requires written permission from the transcriber. The submitter has given permission to the USGenWeb Archives to store the file permanently for free access. ****************************************************************************** Martin Batte LEE, bible Contributed by: Henry LeRoy "Hank" JOHNS III, North Little Rock, Arkansas (The best I can tell, this bible was printed in 1877. It is 4 inches thick, 12 inches tall and 10 inches wide. It weighs about 10 pounds. It appears to be a display bible. The initials of M. B. LEE are engraved on the front cover in gold printing. On the inside cover, is documented, how the bible was passed down through our family.) Belonged to Martin Batte Lee, great grandfather of May B. Lee (Wooten) by her father John Martin Lee - ? (unreadable) in ? (unreadable) (unreadable) the to me. To Anna Wooten Slagle on her 64th birthday from Mother, M.B. Lee Wooten, April 23, 1967. To Anna Wooten Johns on her 22nd birthday from "Nana", Anna Wooten Slagle, September 14, 1976. To "Hank" (Henry LeRoy Johns, III), I want to pass on to you this special family Bible in appreciation of your genealogical research. It belonged to Martin Batte Lee. Love, Your baby sister, Anna Wooten Johns Parent, Easter, 1997.

MARRIAGES Martin Batte Lee to Lavincy Albritton
His son John Martin Lee Sr. to Mary Jane Taylor (Windes) Feb 6, 1849
His son John Martin Lee Jr. to Vada Burch Nov -19- 1872 in La.
Their son Wm Burch Lee to Irene Drake Nov 4th 1908 Minden La
J. M. Lee & Vada Burch's daughters Anna Lee to Hillyer Ralston Speed. Apr 19, 1898 Monroe, La. "" " "" " "" "" May Burch Lee to James Roche (Roach) Wooten. Feb 11, 1902 New Orleans, La

BIRTHS May Burch Lee Wooten B. Feb 9, 1881 in La
James Roach Wooten B. Mar 4, 1877 in Ga.

Ch: Anna Lee Wooten B. Apr 23, 1903 in Ga.
John Lee Wooten B. Nov 21, 1905 in La.
Maria Brooking Wooten B. Nov 5. 1911 in La.

DEATHS James Roach Wooten Died March 8, 1951 in La
May Burch Lee Wooten
John Lee Wooten died June 13, 1960
(Pasted on the page after the Death records is a newspaper obit for Mrs. Vada Burch Lee)

FUNERAL IS HELD FOR PROMINENT MONROE WOMAN
Services Conducted At Speed Home; Burial In City Cemetery

The funeral of Mrs. Vada Burch Lee, 80, widow of John Martin Lee, member of a distinguished southern family and prominent for many years in Monroe, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. R. Speed, 110 Pine street, early Sunday, (written in ink in the margin: March 8, 1936), was held at the residence Monday at 3 p.m. Rev. L. T. Hastings, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiated. Internment was made in the old city cemetery.

... Surviving grandchildren are Mrs. T. O. Bancroft, Mrs. E. T. Lamkin, John Lee Wooten and Mrs. Elmer Slagle, all of Monroe; William Burch Lee, Jr., Felix Drake Lee and Elizabeth Lee, all of Shreveport, and Mrs. Melville C. Vaughan of Lawrenceville, Ill, Eleven great-grandchildren also survive. The pallbearers were: William Burch Lee, Jr., and Felix Drake Lee of Shreveport and John Lee Wooten of Monroe, Mrs. Lee's grandsons; T.O. Bancroft, Elmer Slagle and E. T. Lamkin of Monroe, her grandsons-in-law; and A.D. Turnage of Farmerville and Robert C. Webb of Delta Point, her nephews by marriage. (end of newpaper obit)


William Burch Lee Sr.

Martin Batte Lee Bible, Union Parish, LA submitted by: Hank Johns Martin Batte LEE, bible Contributed by: Henry LeRoy "Hank" JOHNS III, North Little Rock, Arkansas (The best I can tell, this bible was printed in 1877. ...

MARRIAGES
Their son Wm Burch Lee to Irene Drake Nov 4th 1908 Minden La

(Pasted on the page after the Death records is a newspaper obit for Mrs. Vada Burch Lee)

FUNERAL IS HELD FOR PROMINENT MONROE WOMAN
Services Conducted At Speed Home; Burial In City Cemetery

The funeral of Mrs. Vada Burch Lee, 80, widow of John Martin Lee, member of a distinguished southern family and prominent for many years in Monroe, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. R. Speed, 110 Pine street, early Sunday, (written in ink in the margin: March 8, 1936), was held at the residence Monday at 3 p.m. Rev. L. T. Hastings, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiated. Internment was made in the old city cemetery....

Three children of Mrs. Lee survive. They are Mrs. H. R. Speed and Mrs. J. R. Wooten, both of Monroe, and William Burch Lee of Shreveport.


Mary Frances Haynes

Mary's last name in the marriage licenses book is spelled: Haines.
Another name: Mary E. Haynes.


William Faulk Landrum

Note: The tombstone needs to be doubled checked for the correct birthday.


John Tucker Landrum

U.S. Social Security Death Index: John LANDRUM; Birth Date: 17 Jun 1884; Death Date: Feb 1967
Social Security Number: 434-20-3952; State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Louisiana
Death Residence Localities ZIP Code: 71291
Localities (all in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana): Cheniere, Claiborne, Cypress, Dean Chapel, Drew, Forest Park, Highland Park, Kiroli Woods, Olinkraft, Splane Place, Wall Lake, West Monroe


Ollie F. Landrum

Research needed, namesakes:
Swift Cemetery is located 8 miles east of Nacogdoches on Hwy. 7 east toward Center, Texas.
Byars, R. Carl – born September 3, 1903; died November 6, 1965; married Ollie Landrum
Byars, Ollie Landrum – born April 11, 1903; died December 28, 1937; married R. Carl Byars
Landrum, John Thomas – born January 23, 1907; died (no dates)
Landrum, John H. – born August 14, 1880; died April 21, 1955
Landrum, Emma Lou – born June 11, 1880; died August 30, 1973


James B. Landrum

Another death date: 31 Jan 1915

Served in the CSA military: Company K 31st Louisiana Infantry.

1880 Census for Ward 8,Ouachita Parish, Louisiana
James B. Landrum 40 LA -- --
Marrietta 34 GA GA GA
Alice 19 LA
Azner 13 LA
Obedience 11 LA
Merrill (Meritt) 8 LA
James R. 7 LA
Florence 5 LA
Margaret 4 LA
Newton 2 LA
Hull H. 1/12 (Dec) LA

Bbetween 1884 and 1891 James and family went to Atascosa County, Texas (south of San Antonio). James B Landrum moved to Texas, using horse carriage.

1900 Census for Atascoasa County, Texas
James B. Landrum June 1839 61 La
Marretta L. Dec 1846 54 Ga
Newton April 1879 22 La
Elizabeth Jun 1882 13 La
Florence Ervin July 1876 24 La

1910 Census for Atascoasa County, Texas
J.B. Landrum 70 La
Marietta 65 Ga
H.H. 30 La
Bernard Irwin Grandson 14
Olive Daniels Granddaughter 12