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Thomas Barnett Worsham.
Pictured are the children of Thomas Barnett
Worsham and Amanda Paralee
Hale: Gailen Brownie Worsham, Plenty Peter Worsham, Martha Lee Worsham, Earnest Day Worsham, Robert Worsham, Jabez "Jab" Worsham, Tipton Craig Worsham, Mary Elizabeth "Bessie" Worsham & Thomas Hale Worsham.
Family on page 100-104. Picture from Janelle
James Thomas Worsham m Ethel
Adair, OK. Ethel was b 1917 Quinton, OK. They had children: Sandra Worsham &
James Wallace Worsham. James Thomas m 2nd) Sandra J. WW II photo of James
T Worsham Jr US Army Air Forces, was furnished by Ms Sandra J Worsham, his
wife, to the National World War II Memorial. He served in the European theater
from 1942 TO 1945.
Worsham b 27 Aug 1897 at Greersburg, Washington, AR; m 2nd Thelma Maxine Sanford 17 May 1953. (Janelle Swearingden 7/2000) Thelma b 24 Dec 1910 d Jul 1990.
Tipton Craig Worsham
1st wife, Martha Berthenia Wilson
"Molly", was the daughter of Grant Wilson and Mary. (Janelle Swearingden,
2000) Tipton Craig Worsham m 2nd) Orpha Jane Chandler Carson
instead of Orpha Jame.
of Tipton from Janelle Swearingen, 2004.
Martha Berthenia Wilson Worsham
photograph from Janelle Swearingen, 2004.
Orpha Jane Chandler
Worsham photograph from Janelle Swearingen, 2004
of Tipton Craig and Martha Berthenia:
220.127.116.11B.18.104.22.168B.2.A.1 Ethel Florence
Worsham d 29 Oct 1986 Jonesboro, Craighead, AR. Her husband’s name
should be Hugh Bernice Johnston b 16 Feb 1877 &
d 18 Mar 1970 Kennett, Dunklin, MO. Both are bur Stanfield Cem, Clarkton,
Dunklin, MO. (Joyce Johnston Warren, 2002)
Ethel Florence Worsham
photograph from Janelle Swearingen,
Arthur Craig Worsham photograph from Janelle Swearingen, 2004.
Raymond Hampton Worsham photograph from Janelle Swearingen, 2004.
Children of Tipton Craig and Orpha Jane:
Harold Worsham photograph from Janelle Swearingen, 2004.
Elsie Jewel Worsham, dau of Tipton Craig Worsham b in
Oklahoma, not Indian Territory (Oklahoma became a state Nov 7, 1907)
Photograph from Janelle Swearingen,
22.214.171.124B.126.96.36.199B.2B.3 The death date for
Tipton Craig Worsham Jr
is 1994 not 1944.
Photograph from Janelle Swearingen,
188.8.131.52B.184.108.40.206B.3. Plenty Peter Worsham married Maud Kendrick 8 Jun 1892 at Erath, TX; died 21 Jun 1932 at age 62, shot on the main street in Rush Springs, OK. (Janelle
He is in the 1920 Rush Springs, Grady Co., OK
census age 50 b KY as Plenty Worsham. He is on the 1930 Rush Springs, Grady Co., OK census
as Plenty P. Worsham age 60 b KY m. age 21. He & wife Maud are both bur Rush Springs
Cem., Grady, OK. Maud b 23 Jun 1872 & d 12 Apr 1942 Rush Springs. Plenty Worsham & wife Maud are both bur Rush Springs Cem., Grady, OK. Maud b 23 Jun 1872 & d 12 Apr 1942 Rush Springs.
The following article and obituary were found on the internet for Grady county, OK
but his name was misspelled. From the Rush Springs Gazette, Rush Springs, Grady
county, Oklahoma, Thursday, June 23, 1932, front page.
"Pliny P. Worsham Is Killed By Joe Guest Pliny P. Worsham, 62, died Tuesday
night at about 10:15 o'clock, a few seconds after he was fatally stabbed in the neck
with a small knife by Joe Guest, 56, Rush Springs merchant, on the Main street sidewalk
just west of the First National Bank, on the north side of the street. The motive for
the crime has not been determined. Funeral services will be held for Worsham at 3:30
o'clock Friday afternoon at the Missionary Baptist church, and will be conducted by Rev.
H. E. Waggoner, pastor of the church. The body is now at the Callaway & Mullican
undertaking parlors, where it was taken immediately after his death. He is survived by
his widow, two sons, two daughters, a sister, Mrs. Ed Coyle of Marlow, six brothers,
including Tom and Gailen Worsham of Rush Springs and Jabe Worsham of Roswell, New
Mexico, and other relatives. Dan Williamson, constable, who was the person nearest the
two men when the crime occurred, says that earlier Tuesday night he had stepped into the
Guest store, in the rear of which Guest has made his home, and ordered Guest and Mrs.
Mazella Cerrato to appear in Justice of the peace court Wednesday morning; that Guest
pleaded with him to be let off, but that Williamson refused to do that and started
across the street toward the Ideal Drug store, with Guest angrily shouting at him; that
after talking to some boys in front of the drug store for a minute or so, he walked a
few steps west and began talking to Pliny Worsham about the Sharkey- Schmeling fight;
that Guest then came up to them and, pointing a finger at Worsham, said, 'You're the
low-downdest ----------- in the world,' and before Williamson knew what was happening
Guest struck Worsham on the left side of the face, apparently with his open hand; that
Williamson stepped between them, pushing Worsham toward the building and Guest back into
the street; that Worsham clutched Williamson's arm and sank to the sidewalk, with blood
spurting through his finger over the left side of his neck. Williamson says he told
bystanders to take Worsham across the street to the Rexall Drug store, and that he
followed Guest, who was backing across the street toward his store. The constable says
he searched Guest and took from him a small store knife, about the size of a small
pocketknife. Williamson says he asked Guest if that was the knife he cut Worsham with,
and that Guest said it was. The blades of the knife seemed to have been recently sharpened,
Williamson says. Worsham is thought to have died before he was taken into the Rexall
store, having lost a tremendous amount of blood. Guest was taken to the county jail at
Chickasha by Deputies Jim Bond and Abe Evans Tuesday night, and later to Oklahoma City,
officers fearing that friends of Worsham might attempt to harm the prisoner. Guest was
returned to Chickasha Wednesday, officers having decided their fears were groundless,
there having been no evident effort by anyone to avenge Worsham's death. County Attorney
Gerald Spencer and Sheriff Horace Crisp have been investigating the case since in search
of evidence to be used to Guest's preliminary hearing. Constable Williamson says Worsham
said nothing to Guest and made no movement toward him Tuesday night when Guest walked up
to them just before the latter slashed Worsham, and that Worsham's last words were
concerning the Sharkey-Schmeling fight, which he and Williamson had been discussing.
Williamson also says that the rumor that Worsham had given the constable information
which led to his entering the Guest store before the murder is unfounded; that
Williamson's action in connection with that matter resulted from his own observations
and that he was not given information about it by anyone. Worsham was a deputy sheriff
during the term of Sheriff Hodge Bailey, and was a pioneer here. Guest is a widower, and
has lived alone in the rear of his store here for several years. His only statement
about the crime was, 'He made me do it.' Mrs. Cerrato was held by officers as a material
From the Rush Springs Gazette, Rush Springs, Grady county,
Oklahoma, Thursday, June 30, 1932, front page:
"Joe Guest Is Bound Over To
District Court Joe Guest, Rush Springs merchant, was bound over to the district court
for trial on the charge of murdering Pliny Worsham here the night of June 21, when his
preliminary hearing was held in the court of Justice of the Peace H.L. Grissby at
Chickasha Wednesday morning. The defense presented no testimony, but devoted itself to
cross-examining the four witnesses presented by the prosecution, Constable Dan
Williamson, Dr. P.B. Hall, Clarence Harris, and Mrs. Mazella Cerrato of near Agawam. The
defense was expected to apply for bond in district court this afternoon."
From the Rush Springs Gazette, Rush Springs,
Grady county, Oklahoma, Thursday, June 30, 1932, front page.
"Worsham Funeral Is Held Friday P.M.
Funeral service was held at 5 pm Friday for Pliny P. Worsham at the Missionary Baptist
church, Rev. H. E. Waggoner, pastor, conducting the service. Interment was made in the
Rush Springs cemetery, Callaway & Mullican having charge of arrangements. Pliny P.
Worsham was born December 22, 1869, in Calloway county, Kentucky, and died here June 21,
1932, age 62 years, five months and 29 days. He was united in marriage with Miss Maude
Kendrick at Stephenville, Kentucky, and to this union seven children were born, three of
whom died in infancy. Deceased was a pioneer in this section, having been a resident of
Rush Springs for 30 years. He served as a Grady county deputy sheriff under Sheriff
Hodge Bailey. Surviving relatives are his widow; two sons, Milton of Rush Springs and
Kenneth of Williams, Arizona; two daughters, Mrs. Syble Urbin of Rush Springs and Mrs.
Mary Bauchard of Williams, Arizona; one sister, Mrs. Ed Coyle of Marlow; six brothers,
T.H. and G.B. of Rush Springs, Jabe of Roswell, New Mexico, Ernest of Plainview, Texas,
R.B. and T.C. of Stillwell; and other more distant relatives. He was at one time a
member of the Missionary Baptist Church of Rush Springs. A large number of his friends
and acquaintances were in attendance a the last rites."
220.127.116.11B.18.104.22.168B.3.3. Milton is Milton George Worsham according to the California Death Index,
1940-1997 Milton George Worsham b 5 Apr 1901 OK d 7 Jul 1957 Stanislaus, CA Mother's
maiden name Kendrich.
22.214.171.124B.126.96.36.199B.3.4. Mary Magdaline b 12 Mar 1903 & d 24 Feb 1984 Los Angeles Co.,
CA as Mary Bauchard-Mother's Maiden name Kendrick.
188.8.131.52B.184.108.40.206B.4. Martha Lee Worsham Her husband's full name is Allie
Children of Martha Lee Worsham were: Evelyn English,
m Merrill Reynolds; m C. O. Jolly. Jessie Amanda English, b
Mar 1895 Indian Territory; m Picote Cox; m Roy Mullican. Allie Jack English b Mar 1896 m Gladys. (Janelle Swearingden 7/2000)
Thomas Hale Worsham born 22 Mar 1874 Calloway Co, KY & wife Elizabeth are both bur Rush
Springs Cem., Grady, OK. Elizabeth d 1966 Rush Springs, Grady, OK.
Thomas Hale married Mary
Elizabeth Sanders in El Reno, Indian Territory, 1 May 1895.
Ida Lee Worsham born 14 Aug 1896 d. 1989 married Perry Estes (1893-1964) (Janelle
Children of Mary Elizabeth Worsham and
Edward Coyle were: (Janelle Swearingden, 2000)
220.127.116.11B.18.104.22.168B.6.1. Mamie Lee Coyle
b 8 Sep 1896; m Fred Hallett 1 Jun
1933; d. Aug 1950, age 53.
22.214.171.124B.126.96.36.199B.6.2. Thomas John Coyle
b 21 Dec 1898 Rush Springs,
Grady, OK; m Mary Alice Brogden.
188.8.131.52B.184.108.40.206B.6.3. Annie Laurie Coyle
b 1 Aug 1899;
m Olen Argo 10
Jul 1934; d. Nov 1978 at age 79.
220.127.116.11B.18.104.22.168B.6.4. Edwin Coyle b. 1901 at Indian Territory; m Vera
22.214.171.124B.126.96.36.199B.6.5. Bessie Pauline Coyle
b 11 Apr 1902; m Ed Graham 14
Mar 1926; d. 10 Feb 1991, age 88.
188.8.131.52B.184.108.40.206B.6.6. Charles Ross Coyle
b 1903; d 10 Oct 1928,
Jabez Worsham, nickname was
Jabe, not Jab, b 19 Jul 1882 at Greersburg, Washington, AR; m Dema Barsdale 29 Jan 1905 at Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory; d. 26 Oct 1972 at Roswell, Chaves Co, NM, at age 90; buried at Rush Springs, Grady, OK. (Janelle
Swearingden, 2000) Dema b 30 Oct 1884, d 15 Dec 1952 Rush Springs & bur Rush Springs Cem., Grady, OK.
Children: Hazel Lorraine Worsham b 19 Jul 1906; d. 17 Mar 1975 at age 68, m Earl Jenkins.
Earnest Day Worsham b 7 Jan 1889 Washington, AR; m 1st)
1910; m 2nd) Lela B after 1928; died of lung cancer.
Laura Perry , 2005, found in the Daily Ardmoreite, 17 Jul 1918:
The Federal State Employment
office, 200 Â˝ West Main st., Ardmore has forwarded 530 men to Nashville, Tennessee to
work on the government munitions plant under construction. Last Sunday 103 men were
forwarded and another shipment will go to Nashville next Sunday. The following comprise
the last shipment: ... E. D. WORSHAM of Ardmore …
He was called Papa by his children and grandchildren. He did painting,
paper-hanging, and minor carpentry work. He was deaf by the time he was 50. (Janelle
Swearingden, 2000) Ernest's wife Lee d 1927 Rush Springs & bur Rush Springs Cem.
According to Hemphill, TX Birth info: Earnest Day Worsham was b. 7 Jan 1887 Evansville, AR. In the 1949 Austin, TX Directory is: Ernest (Lela) Worsham, paper hanger 61 Comal & the 1953 Austin, TX Directory is: Earnest D. Worsham (Lela B) 61
Comal, painter. Earnest, widowed, d. Sep 1, 1970 Travis, TX. There were no children of Earnest Day Worsham and Lela.
Lela d 1954. Picture is of Lela B Worsham was
taken at the grave of Earnest Day Worsham (courtesy of Melody Worsham, 2005).
Children of Earnest Day Worsham and Lee Underwood:
b 4 Jul 1911 of Kay, OK, m 1st)
Josephine "Josie" Jobe & they had child, Betty Jean Worsham b Apr 21, 1934 Hale Co, TX; m 2nd)
Minnie. Forrest d 11 Apr 1955 Temple, Bell, TX.
Janelle Swearingen, 2004, wrote:
"Forrest died of alcoholism
and is bur Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, TX, was a bootlegger who ran home brew
from Oklahoma into Texas. He was arrested and set to the federal prison in Levenworth,
Kansas, served in France during World War II as supervisor of the mess-hall. He was a
M Mobley, apparent adopted daughter, b abt 1913 of Price, Jefferson,
OK. She was living with the family in 1920.
Ina May Worsham b 1914, m 1st)
Tom Fort; m 2nd) Willie Bell; m 3rd)
Verdon Odell Holland b 30 May 1908 & d
2 May 1972 Lubbock, Lubbock, TX. She lived in Hall, Hale and Lubbock Co, TX.
Preston Worsham b 28 Jun 1916 Claude,
Henderson, TX, d of cancer 15 May 1994 Austin, Travis, TX; m
1st) Winifred Opal Butler. 15 Apr 1935
Plainview, TX. Winifred was b 15 Feb 1919 Mills, NM & d Jun 1983
Pflugerville, TX. She m 2nd) Raymond Hamman.
Preston m 2nd) Harriett V. on 15 Jul
1961. She was b abt 1913 and they divorced 22 Oct 1993. Preston d 15 May 1994
Austin, Travis, TX. Picture of Preston Worsham is
courtesy of Melody Worsham, 2005.
Children of Preston & Opal:
Bennie Wayne Worsham b 28 Feb 1936
Hale Co., TX
& d 10 May 2001 Bastrop, TX. The photo on the
left was taken of Bennie in 1950.
On the right is Bennie and Dana
Sutphen (niece). Both photos courtesy of Melody Worsham,
m 1st) Anna Alfreda Hansen.
& Alfreda's three
children are pictured from L to R: Dellis Layne Worsham, Carroll Wayne Worsham & Melody Ann
Worsham. Melody and
her children Persephone Ruelle Martin and Gabriel Asaph Martin are in the right
from Melody Worsham, 2005.
Bennie m 2nd) Betty and had child: Dawn Worsham. He m 3rd) Boonnark Yongsin 7 May 1976 Williamson, TX.
He m 4th) Barbara
A. Ray 24 Jun 1978 Williamson, TX. He m 5th) Donna
M. Cole 31 Jan 1980 Williamson, TX. He m 6th) Lela
Christine Smith (Christine C.) 4 Dec 1984 Williamson, TX. Daughter Melody
Ann Worsham, 2005, wrote: "My father had nerve deafness, like Preston and
photo taken in 1993 featuring (L to R): Harry Sutphen, Carol Sue (Worsham)
Sutphen, Dana Sutphen, Melody Worsham, Persephone Martin, Christine (Smith)
Worsham and Bennie Worsham is courtesy of Melody Worsham, 2005.
Bennie's obit is in
the 13 May 2001 American-Statesman:
Bennie Wayne Worsham, of Bastrop, TX, Feb 28,
1936 to May 10, 2001. Bennie Worsham was a veteran serving 21 years in the US
Air Force; ten years at the University of Texas at Austin. He was the author of
the short story anthology called ``Terry Moore's: Another True Story''. He was
an avid traveler and lover of life. Bennie will be greatly missed by his family
and friends. Preceded in death by his father, Preston Worsham; his mother, Opal
Hammman; and his beloved sister, Carol Sue Sutphen. Survived by his wife, Lela
Christine Worsham; his sister, Peggy Dorlene Shaw of Clovis, NM; his daughters,
Melody Ann Worsham of Biloxi, MS, Patricia Ann Kailing of Bastrop, TX, and Dawn
Eaton of NC; his sons, Dellis Layne Worsham and Carroll Wayne Worsham of Biloxi,
MS; grandchildren, Persephone and Gabriel Martin, Sean, Dellis Layne Jr. and Heather Worsham of
Biloxi, MS, Christy Jeanett and Christopher Thomas Whitson of Bastrop, TX, Jimmy
John Jones and Ishmael Jones Jr. of Rockdale, TX, and Bo Worsham of Round
Rock, TX. Graveside services will be held Monday, May 14, 2001, at Cook-
Walden/Capital Parks Cemetery. Pallbearers are Ishmael Jones Jr., Jimmy Jones,
Christopher Whitson, David McDaniel, Ishmael Jones Sr., and Jeffery Hayslett.
Donations to Shivers Cancer Research in Austin, TX in memory of Bennie Worsham
are greatly appreciated.
Children of Bennie & Anna:
220.127.116.11B.18.104.22.168B.9.4A.1A.1. Dellis Layne Worsham Sr. m 1st) Robin Diane Russell
& m 2nd) Dolly Jean Broussard. Dolly's obit.
is published in the Ocean Springs Bradford O'Keefe Funeral Home Recs:
Mrs. Dolly Jean Broussard Worsham, of D'Iberville, MS.,
departed this world on Sunday, June 11, 2006, to go to her new home. She had waited a very long time for her new home in Heaven. Dolly Jean, as we all called her, was born on December 26, 1958, to Frank P. Broussard and Mary Margaret Richard Broussard. She was a very happy person who loved life to the full extent. She will always be remembered as a loving person who touched the hearts of many. She was a loving person to all of her large extended family and will be sadly missed by her family and friends. Dolly always said don't cry tears of sorrow, cry tears of joy because she went home to be with her Heavenly Father. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of D'Iberville. She was preceded in death by her parents, Frank P. and Mary Margaret Richard Broussard. Survivors include her daughter, Jessica Rae Hokamp, two sons, John Wayland Hokamp and Dellis Layne (D.J.) Worsham, Jr., a beautiful granddaughter, Brianna Marie Johnson, all of D'Iberville, MS., a special and dear friend, Tom Nobilio of Biloxi, MS., three sisters, Iris (Bernie) Miller of Texas, Linda (Paul) Davis, and Kathleen (Kathy) Malone, both of D'Iberville, three brothers, A.J. Broussard of Gretna, LA., Frank P. (Linda) Broussard, Jr. of D'Iberville, and Richard B. (Martha) Broussard, Sr. of Biloxi. Burial will follow in D'Iberville Memorial Park.
22.214.171.124B.126.96.36.199B.9.4A.1A.2. Carroll Wayne Worsham
188.8.131.52B.184.108.40.206B.9.4A.1A.3. Melody Ann Worsham
220.127.116.11B.18.104.22.168B.9.4A.2. Peggy Dorlene Worsham
b 15 Apr 1938 Hale,
Tommy Edd Shaw 26 Aug 1958 Austin, Travis, TX.
McCallum school photo of Peggy Dorlene Worsham was taken in 1954, courtesy of Melody Worsham, 2005.
Tommy's obit is in the 20 Dec 2002 Amarillo Globe-News:
- Tommy Edd "Tomas" Shaw, 63, died Tues, Dec. 17, 2002. Graveside
services will be at 2 p.m. Sat in Sunset Terrace Cem in Farwell, Texas, with the
Rev. Dean Turvaville officiating. Mr. Shaw married Peggy Worsham on Aug 26,
1958, in Austin, Texas. He was retired from the Air Force as a fire protection
Peggy's obit is published in the Amarillo Globe-News,
18 Jan 2006:
CLOVIS, N.M. - Peggy D. Shaw, 67, died Mon, Jan 16, 2006 in Slaton, Texas. Graveside services will be Thurs in Sunset Terrace Cemetery in Farwell, Texas, with Jim Peabody officiating. Arrangements are by Muffley Funeral Home. Mrs. Shaw was born April 15, 1938, to Preston and Opal Butler Worsham in Plainview, Texas. She married Tommy E. Shaw in 1958 in Austin, Texas. Survivors include a son, Gary Shaw of Wolforth, Texas; a daughter, Karen Branscum of Slaton; and four grandchildren.
Carol Sue Worsham b 11 Dec 1942 Hale, TX & died
3 Dec 1994 of Dallas, TX. About 1959 she m Harry Aaron
Sutphen of Beaumont, TX. Harry was b 16 Sep 1934 Jefferson, TX & died
2006. Picture of Carol courtesy of Melody Worsham,
22.214.171.124B.126.96.36.199B.9.5. Pauline Worsham b
abt 1918 OK.
188.8.131.52B.184.108.40.206B.9.5. Paul Worsham b
& d 1919.
b & d 20 Jun 1921 Claude, Armstrong, TX
220.127.116.11B.18.104.22.168B.9.7. Ernestine Worsham
b 1923 m
Miltonlee Moore Looney "Lee" 15 Oct 1938
Plainview, Hale, TX. She lived in Hale, TX. Ernestine d 21 Jan 2003.
Lee's obit is in the 27 Sep 2004 Plainview Daily Herald:
Funeral services for
Lee Looney, 85, will be at Tue in Calvary Baptist Church with the Rev. Jim
Ritter, pastor of Seth Ward Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in
Plainview Memorial Park by Kornerstone Funeral Directors. Mr. Looney died
Friday, Sep 24, 2004, in Covenant Hospital. He was born Apr 13, 1919, in
Plainview where he had been a lifelong resident. He served in the U.S. Navy
during World War II and was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. On Oct.
15, 1938, he married Ernestine Worsham in Plainview. She died Jan. 21, 2003.
Survivors include one daughter, Pat Adams of Plainview; three sons, Gary Looney
and Lawrence Looney, both of Plainview, and Milton Looney of San Jose, Calif.;
three sisters, Louise Massey and Leota Phillips, both of Idaho, and Genevie
Rives of Grand Prairie. Three brothers, four sisters and a grandson are
deceased. The family suggests memorials to the Alzheimer´s Association.
22.214.171.124B.126.96.36.199B.9.8. Frances Marie Worsham
b 30 Jan 1925 in Matador, Motley, TX. She m 1st) Arthur Williams
abt 1941 & m 2nd)
William Forrest Andrew Harris. William
Harris b 2 Apr 1917 of Travis, TX & d 11 Jan 2000 Austin, Travis, TX. She lived in Travis,
TX & d in childbirth on 19 Jul 1950 Austin, Travis, TX.
Lee Williams b 30 Jan 1942 Travis, TX.
Harris b 11 Sep 1947 Travis, TX.
b & d 19 Jul 1950 Austin, Travis, TX.
Gailen Brownie Worsham & wife Mattie Dawkins are both bur Rush Springs Cem. He d 14 Dec 1979. Mattie b 11 Jul 1895 & d 2 May 1985.
Picture is Thomas Barnett & Amanda Hale Worsham with their son,
Gailen Brownie Worsham. Picture from Janelle
188.8.131.52B.184.108.40.206B.10.1. Mayne Eleanor
Worsham b. 1921 & d. 1922 of Grady, OK.
220.127.116.11B.18.104.22.168B.10.2. Eddie B. Worsham
b. 15 Apr 1923 of Grady, OK; d Mar 1985, m Gayle Arnett & m
Cleta Glee Jacobs 10 Feb 1951 Roswell, Chaves Co, NM.
Cleta b 25 Mar 1926 Hagerman, Chaves, NM (d/o William R. & Josie E. Jacobs),
d 19 Nov
1993 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, OK. Her obit appeared in the 11/21/1993 The Sunday
Worsham, Cleta Glee died 19
Nov 1993, born 25 Mar 1926 in Hagerman, NM, later moved to Roswell, NM where she met and
married Eddie B. Worsham (who predeceased her) of Rush Springs, OK on 10 Feb 1951. She
moved to OK City in 1952 where she resided except for a brief period in Texas and New
Mexico. She retired from Sooner Federal Savings & Loan in Feb 1993 after 16 years of
service, & had been an active and faithful member of May Avenue United Methodist
Church for many years. She is survived by daughter, Patricia, of Boston, MA; daughter
& son in law, Elizabeth and Douglas Banks of Richardson, TX; grandsons, Chad,
Matthew, & Jeffrey; sister, Mrs. June Burch of OK City; brother, Kern Jacobs of
Roswell, NM; brother, Wallace Jacobs of Bowie, AZ. Interment at Resurrection Memorial
22.214.171.124B.126.96.36.199B.10.2.1. Elizabeth Kay Worsham m Douglas Frank Banks. Children: Matthew
Donald Banks, Jeffrey Douglas Bank.
188.8.131.52B.184.108.40.206B.10.2.2. Patricia Worsham.
Clara Beth Worsham b 1924 m 1st) Wilbert
Theodore Charles Schnitker & m 2nd) Joseph Michael
Hendrickson. (Kristi Hendrickson King, 2005; Charles D Hendrickson, 2005) Wilbert
b 4 Mar 1919 French, Colfax Co, New Mexico, the son of Edward & Lydia S
Schnither, d 26 Jul 1973 Wichita, TX. Joseph was b 5 Mar 1930 & d 7 Jan 1994 of Temple,
Bell Co, TX.
220.127.116.11B.5.2.4. Mary B. Worsham
m Mitchell Thurman, the cemetery should be
18.104.22.168B.5.2.5. Thomas Worsham
b abt 1826 m Abigail & 22.214.171.124B.5.2.6.
Robert Wynne Worsham b 5 Dec 1826 Pittsylvania Co, VA m
Abigail Cordelia Dorris 16 Feb 1848 Sumner Co., TN. It appears they are the same person. Both have wives named Abigail and both had a daughter named Susan born in 1849. It is possible that the census taker wrote down the name Thomas instead of Robert. Abigail Cordelia Dorris was b 12 Feb 1830; therefore, she would have been age 20 in the 1850 Robertson Co., TN
126.96.36.199B.188.8.131.52. Susan E. Worsham
184.108.40.206B.220.127.116.11. Susan E. Worsham b 1 Jan 1849 Robertson Co., TN. (1-1850; 12-1860)
William Henry Worsham b Oct 1853 Robertson Co., TN. (6-1860; 26-1880;
Robert Douglas Worsham b 15 Jan 1884 Sumner, TN, m
Bessie M. Staub 1910 Sumner, TN. In 1918, Robert was
a chief clerk at Dupont Eng. Co. Bessie b 17 Aug 1890 & d Apr 1978 Signal
Mountain, Hamilton, TN. Robert d Mar 1971 Chattanooga, Hamilton, TN.
Helen Elizabeth Worsham b 3 Sep 1911 Nashville,
TN. Helen m 1st) Alfred Joseph Brandon b 1910
Murfreesboro, TN & d 1944. Helen m 2nd) Robert Marvin
Humphreys 3 Aug 1946 Chattanooga, Hamilton, TN. Robert b 2 Aug 1906 & d
22 Sep 1989 Signal Mountain, Hamilton, TN. Helen d 19 Jan 2001 Signal Mountain,
of Helen taken ca 1982 from Ancestry.com, 2007.
H M Worsham
b 1859 Robertson Co, TN. (1-1860) In the De Ann Cemetery. (Old Section) Nevada
Co, AR is Docia Worsham Hamilton b 29 Oct 1859 & d 19 Jun 1903 wife of J K Hamilton age 43 years 7 months & 20 days. (Recorded Jan 1999 by Jerry & Jeanie
McKelvy) This is confusing as Docia was listed as age 19 in the 1880 Robertson
Co census & as Sarah W b Jan 1861 age 39 in the 1900 Robertson Co., Census. It was
H M Worsham who
m J K Hamilton 26 Mar 1883 Sumner Co, TN. (IGI) The date of birth for Docia in the Cemetery Record is for H. M. Worsham who is age 1 in the 1860