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301 Twin of Ella Sue, died at age 7. KERSH Ellen (I0413)
302 Twin of Ellen. She is buried in Oakland Cemetery in Dallas, next to her first husband to whom she was married about 6 years. It is the same cemetery that Edd Paschall is buried in. KERSH Mary Ella (I0027)
303 Twin of Florence Rhodes RHODES Infant Son (I7101)
304 Twin of Jackson STEMBRIDGE Malori Brooke (I0604)
305 Twin of Julia Ann BERRY Catherin Ann (I0493)
306 Twin of Laci THARP Lexi Alisha (I0648)
307 Twin of Lexi THARP Laci Amanda (I0647)
308 Twin of Malori STEMBRIDGE Jackson Cole (I0470)
309 Twin of Nathan HUFF Scott William (I0679)
310 Twin of Patrick  BERRY Virginia Devore (I0495)
311 Twin of Rhonda THARP Sharla Denise (I0687)
312 Twin of Scott HUFF Nathan David (I0678)
313 Twin of Sharla THARP Rhonda Danette (I0688)
314 Twin of Sherry Jo. STUBBLEFIELD Carrie Jo (I0628)
315 Twin of Virginia Devore BERRY Patrick Henry (I0488)
316 Unmarried BERRY George Washington (I0489)
317 Virgie was the grandmother of twins, Claudia Faye and Linda Kay. THARP Virgie Permelia (I0017)
318 Walter is found living alone in Harris County, Texas on the 1900 census THARP Walter Raleigh George Allen, Sr (I4980)
319 Was a coffin maker NORVELL Wallace Waldo (I0032)
320 Was a doctor, and used to visit his patients in a horse and buggy. As a child he was called Ladd. NORVELL James Knox Ladd, Dr (I0034)
321 Was a gardener HAY William A (I0693)
322 Was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. Came to America in 1744 on the ship, St Andrew. KERSH Andrew (I1662)
323 Was also a Preacher and is buried in Elm Grove Cemetery in Roddy, Van Zandt. His grave site is Row 4, number 5, in the Southeast section of the Cemetery, (same as Zora and Simeon) THARP Reverend William Fisher Allen (I0416)
324 Was born 4:00am. At this time Simeon Stanley (as it appears on Thurman's birth certificate) and Zora lived at 4615 Verdun St. in Dallas. Simeon was a Minister and Farmer. Died Friday the 27th, was buried on Sunday at Haven of Memories Cemetery in Canton, Texas.

From a certificate of the Bureau of Navigation-Navy Department (now Bureau of Naval Personnel), dated April 27, 1944 in Washington D C, we learn that Thurman David Tharp, Service No. 356 99 93, enrolled in Class V-6, U S Naval Reserve, November 27, 1942, as an apprentice seaman, at Navy Recruiting Station, Dallas, Texas. He reported for active duty November 1942 at naval Training Center, San Diego, California. He was Discharged from the U S Naval Reserve January 28, 1943, as apprentice seaman, from Naval Training Center, San Diego, California, with a Special Order Discharge, under honorable conditions, by reason of unsuitability due to a leg injury on a tractor when he was younger. He was discharged with a Conduct 4.0 which is the highest that can be awarded. He was 5' 7" and weighed 122 lbs. After returning to Dallas, he joined the Merchant Marines.

Had he lived, he would have been the grandfather of twins, Casey and Brian. 
THARP Thurman David (I0001)
325 Was born a 2:00am Jodie died of coronary occlusion in his home. He was buried November 8, 1966 at Grove Hill. HAY Jodie Richard (I0058)
326 Was Burgess of the Guild of Leashers of Aberdeen.

Was licensed to the trade of butcher Sept 2, 1476 Aberdeen, Scotland.
CARNOCHANE I William (I10061)
327 Was killed after being kicked in the head by a horse. THARP Cicero Allen (I3510)
328 Was the grandfather of twins, Laci and Lexi THARP S A (I0013)
329 Wayne Shinn is the nephew of William Shinn, the husband of Veda SHINN Vincent Wayne, Sr (I0663)
330 We have a copy of a Marriage Certificate from Coffee County, Tennessee signed by Charles E Wells, County Court Clerk on the 21st of August, 1969 stating that "as appears of record in my office in Marriage Record Book 1, page 173" the A C Tatum, MG, married Walace Norvel (is as it appears on the certificate) and Miss Autie Pascal (as it appears on the certificate) on the 14 day of February 1896. Family F0015
331 We have a Marriage Certificate from Anderson County signed by R J Royall, Clerk of County Court, Anderson County, the 26th of October, 1882 certifying the Joseph Kersh & Miss Nancy McKinney were married on the 6th of September,1882 by JM Wigington, MG Family F0011
332 We have a receipt for Mrs Josie Norvell, from a Chas F Weiland Undertaking Co., Inc., Funeral Directors and Embalmers, dated May 17, 1927, in Dallas, Texas in the amount of $300., and shows as paid in full for Funeral Service, signed by J H Mundy.

She had Leukemia for 10 years before she passed away. She had a stroke two years before she died. She had to learn to walk and talk again. She couldn't get around as well as she once had. During that two years she was in and out of the hospital. While in the hospital she passed away and is buried in Grove Hill Cemetery in Dallas. 
KERSH Josie (I0023)
333 Webster Kersh, age 80, died Wednesday at the Medical Center of South Arkansas in El Dorado; born in Oak Grove LA, son of Robert Allen Kersh and Gertrude Walters Kersh; worked as a truck driver for Georgia Pacific until his retirement, and was a member of Bible Baptist Church; also as a woodworker, he enjoyed working with wood as well as arts and crafts.

Preceded in death by parents, wife Beulah Mae Cauthen Kersh and brother Franklin D. Bolding.

Survived by five children, James R. Kersh and his wife Pam of Austin, Texas, Larry Kersh and his wife Linda of El Dorado, Peggy Anders and her husband Rick of El Dorado, Billy Kersh and his wife Collette, also of El Dorado, and Bobby Kersh and his wife Debbie of Benton, Arkansas; a sister, LaVada Eason of Bastrop, Louisiana; 13 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. 
KERSH Webster (I11122)
334 Were married at home of Thomas Preston Hager at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. Family F2392
335 Will or Probate Records for Elizabeth Allenthrarp
Bourbon Will Book K457
Direct that her land be sold at public auction at one and two years credit and that executor make deed wh____paid. Other estate consisting of 20 head of cattle, and household and kitchen furniture is to be sold at one except as is heren devised.

To children of my nephew Samuel Allentharp , $4400, nephew Jeptha Beasley appointed their trustee to sp___suitable piece of land for each child and he is to pay balance to such person as may be appointed guardian any expenses said nephew maybe at or trouble to pay to be paid to him out of the estate.

To my niece Lucy Bashford, $2000, a doz. fancy chairs and a clock, but she is to be charged with the maintence servant Molly after my decease. Molly is to be free at my decease and if the court requires security, Lucy charged with such support.

To the children of my nephew Samuel, I give all my silver spoons.

Balance of my estate be evenly divided between the brothers and sistrs of my nephew James a Miller or nephew Thomas Miller appointed exec.

Written Sept 10, 1840
Signed with mark
Proved 5 July 1841

Will book M.4

(This begins the inventory very detailed and then after the inventory it has the list of sales of the inventory. I am only going to list the names of the persons that purchased the items but not the items). Allen Bashford, Lucy Porter, Isham P. Miller, John Miller, Washington Miller, Mary Miller, James Myers, John Lair, Daniel Isgrig, John W. Turner, Tho. I. Miller, Jos. Paxton, F Hutchinson, Parmer, Ellen

152 acres of land @ $32.25/acre to Thos. I. Miller
ALLENTHARP Elizabeth (I2436)
336 William Barton Norvell not only farmed (as his father EMB had done) and taught school in Batesville, Arkansas, but also was one of the the school directors, a justice of the peace, and a deacon of the Baptist church. After he moved west, he became a postmaster in Texas. One of his sons also became a postmaster, but in Oklahoma, and another son, Elijah Edward Norvell, practiced medicine there. William Barton's brother, David Crockett Norvell, who settled in Paragould, Arkansas, was one of its early mayors and also a Baptist minister. NORVELL William Barton (I0387)

Cunningham, William Tharp, judge of the 11th judicial district, composed of Natchitoches and Red River parishes, was born in Natchitoches parish, Aug. 21, 1871, and is a son of Milton J. and Thalia (Tharp) Cunningham. He was
reared in his native parish, and educated in the public schools, the preparatory department of Tulane university and the Louisiana State Normal school. For 14 years he was engaged in farming and stock raising, and still retains his plantation interests. He studied law at Tulane University and was admitted to the bar in 1904 before the supreme court of Louisiana. He began practicing law at Natchitoches, and continued until 1912, when he was elected district judge. In 1908 he was elected a member
of the lower house of the state legislature, where he served 1 term with distinction.

August 5, 1895, Judge Cunningham married Miss Emma Johnson, daughter of James J. and Elizabeth (Campbell) Johnson. Mrs. Cunningham is an accomplished lady, an active worker in the Methodist Episcopal church and is secretary of the
home department of the church in Louisiana.

CUNNINGHAM William Tharp (I4767)
338 William was a Baptist minister, circuit court clerk, chancery clerk and a farmer. KERSH William Wesley, Reverend (I0516)
339 Zada is Wilvan's mother NORVELL Zada McKnight (I1921)

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