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|2||Age: 88||BREWER, Henry Mitchell Sr (P94)
|3||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Family F2
|4||Bethany Brewer, daughter of Henry and Susannah Mitchell Brewer, was born March 8, 1808 in Georgia. She was married to William Taylor Brewer. They moved to Texas at the same time her parents Henry and Susannah Mitchell Brewer relocated around Nacogdoches. Bethany and William T. had 10 children. They were Preston William, born Aug 7, 1831, married Mary Baugh; Henry Dexter, born Dec 21, 1834, married Josephine; Cecila Ann, born 1836, married J. Winkle; Julia Ann, born Feb 20, 1839, died Jan 3, 1858; Kinion Kendrick, born March 24, 1840, married Elizabeth Carter, died in child birth, married Victoria Adeline Bivens; Susie A. born Jan 4, 1842, died Dec 15, 1850; Matilda S., born Nov 12, 1843, married Robert Scott (died in the Civil War), married John Gail Smith; William Burton, born Feb 18, 1845; Clarissa Letitia, born May 29, 1846, married Henry Bivens; Nancy, born Dec 29, 1848, married WG (Whig) Bivens.||BREWER, Bethany (P97)
|5||BREWER, HENRY MITCHELL -- Born in Georgia, June 3, 1807, a son of Henry and Susannah Brewer, who came to Texas from Georgia in 1816 with their children and settled near the Nacono Indian Village in what is now Nacogdoches County. There they remained for the balance of their lives. Two children, Bethany and John were born in Texas, John being born January 23, 1819. Henry Brewer, the father was born October 24, 1776 and his wife, Susannan, was born April 17, 1777. Their children in order of birth were: James, born April 27, 1792; Nancy; Tempe, born August 12, 1802; George, born September 30, 1804; Clarissa; Henry Mitchel, born June 3, 1807; Sarah; William, born December 15, 1812; Mary, born April 23, 1814; Bethany, and John Brewer, born January 23, 1819.|
Henry Brewer and his youngest son, John, participated in the battle of Nacogdoches August 2, 1832.
|BREWER, Henry Mitchell Sr (P94)
|6||car wreck||WOOD, James Garland (P13)
|7||Graveside services for Henry D. Steel, 90, of Apple Springs will be held Tuesday, August 4, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. in the Bennett Cemetery in Trinity County with Reverend Horace Fletcher officiating.|
Mr. Steel was born March 21, 1925 in the Arbor Community of Houston County, Texas to the late Elijah and Artie (Ponder) Steel, and passed away Saturday, August 1, 2015 at his home, surrounded by loved ones.
Mr. Steel served his country in the U.S. Navy during World War II. After his service he married the love of his life, LaNell Vick Steel, June 26, 1947 and settled in the Apple Springs area. He was an honest, hard working, and loving man who instilled these qualities in his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Mr. Steel worked as a self-employed logger from the age of 15 until retirement at the age of 76. After retirement he enjoyed spending time outdoors, fishing and gardening with his family. He was a member of the Apple Springs Baptist Church.
He is survived by his loving wife of 68 years, LaNell, who cared for him until the end in their home; daughter and son-in-law, Linda and Roy Lyn Madden; son and daughter-in-law, Danny and Judy Steel; granddaughters and spouses, Kristie and Jesse Moody and Shandi and Michael Baird; grandson, Danylyn Madden; great-grandsons, Stephen Baird, Cody Baird, Dilyn Baird, and Brandon Moody; great-granddaughters, Grace Madden and Madalyn Baird; cherished niece, Stacy Barker; loving daughter #2, Kathy Braden; along with numerous other family members and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents and siblings, Clifford, Paul, Johnny and Dorothy.
|STEEL, Henry Douglas (P702)
|8||McDuffie was 7 years old when his mother passed away. In 1910 at age 11 he was living with his sister Polly and her husband William.||STEEL, Mcduffie (P51)
|9||murder||TILLMAN, Johnny David III (P16)
|10||Rose Marie Erna Barnett, 33, of Monticello was found June 21, 2002, in the Mississippi River near Lake Village. Born July 16, 1968, in Dermott to Thomas Griffin of Monticello and the late Ann Christine Carpenter Huff Griffin, she was a lab tech and a Baptist. She was preceded in death by a sister, Debra Huff, and two brothers, Rickey Earl and Jerry Huff.|
Survivors include her daughter, Brittany Nicole Barnett of Monticello; her father; five brothers, Michael Huff of North Little Rock, William Huff of Charlotte, Michigan, Thomas Eric Huff and Elvis Griffin of Monticello and Kenneth Eugene Huff of Maumelle; three sisters, Lisa Haynes of Little Rock, Carren Griffin of Monticello, and her twin sister, Rose Mary Wilson of Watson; a very close friend, Donnie Carter; and 17 nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, June 30, in the Stephenson-Dearman Funeral Home chapel in Monticello with Rev. Larry Donaldson officiating. Pallbearers were Jackie Etheridge, John Ritcher, Lavan Lawson, John Carpenter, Jr., Alfred Pruitt and Charles Griffin. Burial followed services at the Old Union Cemetery in Ashley County.
|GRIFFIN, RoseMarie Erna (P1050)
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