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18.104.22.168B.22.214.171.124. John W Washam b
8 Jan 1849 d 23 Jul 1920 Hardin, Ray, MO age 71 years 6 mo 15 days & bur Hardin
Cem. He was married & a painter. (Death Certificate 25277-A)
b 9 Oct 1776 Montgomery Co, VA m Nancy McNew Washington Co, VA. Descendants lived in Holt Co, MO; Sullivan Co, TN; Collin Co, TX; McKinny Co, TX; Dallas Co, TX.
126.96.36.199B.1.3.1. Sarah Worsham
b abt 1808 of Washington Co, VA who m Ephriam Estridge may be a
d/o Joseph Worsham & Nancy McNew. Hazel LeMaire, 2002, wrote that Phoebe
Estridge’s father was Ephriam and her mother was Sarah Washam. Hazel found
Washington Co marriage records with George Warren m Phoebe Estridge 9-26-1878,
it lists Phoebe's parents as "Ephram & Sarah whose records show they
were m 10-18-1830". Hazel got the Washam name from an Estridge family
tree. "Other facts in their tree were correct so I believe this is true as
It is possible that Sarah was the first child of Joseph Worsham & Nancy
McNew. Living with Joseph and Nancy in the 1850 Washington Co, VA Census, 67
District, Family 152 is Lillah Estridge who is age 19. Sarah is in the 1850
Washington Co, VA Census (family 484) as Sarah Estrige age 42 b NC, and children
b. VA: Priscilla age 19, Kishiah? age 17, Andrew? age 14, Nancy E age 10, John
age 7, Malinda age 4, & Phoebe age 3. (Dist 67, p 99) In the 1850
Washington Co, VA mortality census is her husband, Ephriam
Estridge, age: 48 b NC died Nov of consumption.
188.8.131.52B.1.3.3. David H Worsham b 27 May 1817 Washington Co, VA & m
Susan Hutton 25 May 1845 in Saline, MO. Robert Terry Everett found his birth in the obit of David Worsham:
David Worsham died at his home on Sunday last, October 12th 1884 after a long and painful sickness, continuing about six months. The deceased b in Virginia, May 27th, 1817, hence he 66 years, 4 months and 15 days old. He had lived in this county for about thirty-two years, and had amassed quite a fortune, which he leaves to his twelve surviving children. His wife died in February last, having reached a good old age. The two now lay side by side near the orchard on the old homestead. Ten of the children were present at his death and funeral, and had kindly cared for him to the very last. He was conscious up to death, and talked freely with those about him, realizing his approaching end. His children had gathered from far and near to be with him in his last hours, two coming from California and the far west. His funeral was preached by Rev. S. Carothers on Monday afternoon to a large circle of relatives and friends at the residence, after which all that was mortal of this aged father was laid to rest, awaiting the call of a merciful and just God.
Robert Terry Everett believes there were more children, as their were several graves with stones on the Washam farm in Holt Co. David and Susannah were two of them, however, there is no sign of this graveyard now, the folks in the county know where it was. Susannah had a large grave stone & farmers must have plowed over old gravesites. Since David had 12 children surviving Robert believed there are 3 missing from the book, two were passed down in family records, Jim and Emma Washam. (Robert Terry Everett, 2000)
A daughter of David Washam (Jr) by the name of Ester wrote about "grandfather David coming back to Mound City, MO. It also states that there were 12 children from David senior and David junior was the 7th."(Gail Washam, 2000)
This family is in the History of Holt County Missouri "Gone Home"
WASHAM (Picture of tombstone of Susannah Washam). David Washam, an old & respected citizen of Holt Co. died about 2 mi SE of town--Mound City Item Holt Co. Press--Oct 22, 1884. Susannah born VA died 10 Feb 1884 aged 53 y (Dr. Gordon in attendance) buried on the David Washam farm (Co Court Records) George W. 28 Aug 1848 - 15 Jan 1931 son Daniel (should be David) & Susan Washam buried in a Mound City cemetery. Susan H. Butler 27 Jul 1860 - 13 Nov 1893 wife John W. Washam & sister of Lucy Hinkle & Mary Lovell--buried Baldwin Cemetery Benton Twp. Sarah Virginia Washam 29 Mar 1867 - 18 Feb 1955 dau David & Susan Hutton Washam wife Wm A. Everett (1859 - 13 Jan 1930) buried Old Mound City dau Edith May 28 Nov 1893-9 Feb 1894 buried Old Mound City son Lloyd David "Pete" 7 Mar 1897 - 29 Apr 1975 hus. Beulah M Cook dau James & Lulu Cook buried Mt Hope Mound City Nettie Mae Everett 1 Dec 1884 - 5 Jan 1968 dau Wm & Sarah Washam Everett wife Charles Hitt buried Mt Hope Mound City, Benton Twp.
Gentz found the will of David Washam in a Holt Co, MO will book, p. 173.
"The Last Will and Testament of David Washam deceased. In the name of God
Amen I David Washam of the County of Holt in the State of Missouri aged
sixty-seven years being of sound mind, do make and publish this my last Will and
Testament as follows. I devise all my just debts to be paid out of my personal
estate. I devise that my son James H. Washam to have all the West half of the
North East quarter of Section four (4) Township Sixty-One (61) Range Eighty
Eight (88) excepting that portion of said described patch of land which lies
north of the railroad to have the same in fee simple absolute. I desire my sons
William, George W. and John Washam, and my daughters Mary E. Bryson, Emma D.
York, Sarah V. Everett, and Samanthy Powell ... in ... to have and to hold all
of my real estate in fee simple share and share ... excepting that portion
herein before allowed and bequeathed to James H. Washam. I desire my sons Robert
and David H. Washam to have Six hundred dollars each in money to be paid out of
my personal property. I desire my son George W. Washam to have five hundred
dollars to be paid out of my personal property. I desire my daughter Pernesia
Harrison to have twenty five dollars to be paid out of my personal property. I
desire my daughter Florence Raville to have five dollars to be paid out of my
personal property. I desire my sons Robert and David H. Washam in addition to
the Six hundred dollars above specified to have four hundred each more money in
all One thousand dollars each the ... to be paid out of my personal property. I
desire my sons William, John and James H Washam and Mary E. Bryson, Samanthy
Powell and Sarah V. Everett and Emma D. York (my daughters) ... in number to
have four hundred and fifty dollars each in money to be paid out of my personal
property. I desire my sons George W and James H Washam and my son in law William
Everett to ... and ... the house farm each year and have the peaceable
possession of the same till January 1st 1886. I desire that after all
my expenses of settling up my estate are paid that the balance be equally
divided among my sons William, George W., John and James H. Washam and my
daughters Mary E. Bryson, Samanthy Powell, Emma D. York and Sarah V. Everett
eight in number share and share alike. I appoint William Everett executor of
this Will revoking any former Will by me made. In witness whereof I have unto
subscribed my name this 29th day of August 1884. David Washam (his
mark). witnessed by W. T. Hiatt, W. M. Hawsher? Worth Plaret?
Vicki Gentz found the following:
Oregon, Mo. Feb. 20th 1888 Received of Worth B. Clark Executor of the Estate of David Washam late of Holt County Deceased The sum of Nine Hundred and ($900.59) 59/ Dollars. The said being the allotment of the Distributions Share of Robert Washam. My late husband now deceased in Said estate after deducting Sixty Six & 66/100 Dollars Authorized by my said husband and in his lifetime to be paid out of his said share of said Estate by the Executor of ?? to William and Sarah Everett also the sum of thirty two and 72/100 Dollars to be paid by executor to Wm. Hampton?? for goods bought by deceased Robert Washam of said
Hamsher?? The Account thus paid out to ge? others? with the account heirs received Aggregating One Thousand Dollars. The amount of distribution share due said deceased as J?? ?? the Probate Court of Holt County on ?? Settlement of Said Estate at the November term 1887 signed: Henriettie Gertrude Washam Signed and acknowledged by Henritta Gertrude Washam in my presence at my office in Green River ?? this 27th Day of February A.D.
184.108.40.206B.220.127.116.11 William Washam is probably the son of Joel
Washam (see addenda 18.104.22.168B.22.214.171.124.) and the adopted son of David Washam. He was living with Joel in 1850 Holt Co, MO cens and with David Washam in
the 1860 Holt Co, MO census.
126.96.36.199B.188.8.131.52. George W Washam. In the Atchison Globe
(Atchison, Kansas) 22 Jul 1884, p4:
From a passenger who came in on
Conductor Kennedy's train yesterday morning, a reporter learned partial
particulars of the probable fatal wounding of Mr. Edward Harrison at the hands
of his brother-in-law, George Washam, near Mound City, Mo., Sunday afternoon.
Both men are farmers, and for some time past a grudge has existed between them.
Sunday both went squirrel hunting, and meeting in the woods, a mile and a half
from town, the old feud was renewed, when Washam raised his gun and fired. The
entire charge took effect in Harrison's face and head, and his recovery is a
matter of grave doubt. Washam proceeded to Mound City, and gave himself up
yesterday and yesterday was released on bond.
The next day
in the Atchison Globe, 23 Jul 1884, p2:
George Washam and E J. Harrison met in the woods a mile and a half east of
Mound City, Holt County, recently, and revived an old feud. Washam fatally shot
Harrison in the face with a shot gun at five paces.
184.108.40.206B.220.127.116.11. Robert Washam "Bob" b 10 Jan 1850 Holt, MO. (8/12-1850; 10-1860) Old number
18.104.22.168B.22.214.171.124. (Brother Daniel is now 126.96.36.199B.188.8.131.52.) He
m Henrietta Gertrude
Rice. Robert Washam, died near Green River, Sweetwater, Wyoming, 9 Mar 1887.
Judy Washam, 2010, provided this newspaper article
describing Robert's death.
Henrietta G Rice is in the 1880 census of Green River, Wyoming, age 10 WY. The 1900 census of Green River, #159, Henrietta Washam is a dressmaker b Nov 1864, so the age ten in the 1880 census may have been 16, however, she is age 30, which matches the 10. She is a widow with one child, Alfred Washam who is Alfred Robert Washam, b Jan 1886. It looks like David H. and James Washam, along with Alfred, their nephew did some moving between Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana. (Vicki Gentz, 2000) In the 20 Feb 1888 Oregon, MO, record of the David Washam estate, Robert is dec'd & his wife is Henrietta Gertrude.
184.108.40.206B.220.127.116.11.1 Alfred Robert Washam
14 Jan 1886 of Bonner Co, ID & d Sep 1962 ID. He m Hazel Montague 18 Mar 1916 Sanders, Treasure Co, MT.
(IGI Record, Film #: 2034847) He is listed in the WWI Civilian Draft Registration Index.
Evaline Washam b 1 Mar 1853 Holt Co, MO & d 23 Oct 1886 Los Angeles Co, CA m
John M Bryson abt 1871. John b 7 Jul 1852 Red Oak,
Montgomery, IA s/o John S Bryson & Eveline Sentman. John d 27 Mar 1915 Lennox, Los
John M Bryson obituary. (L. A. Times, 28 Mar
1915 p 12, courtesy of Roberta Everett, 2009):
Heart Cause of Sudden Demise.
End Comes at Country Home Sought as Refuse. John M. Bryson, Prominent Business Man, Son
of Former Mayor and Father of Public Administrator, Cut Off When He Felt Health was
John M. Bryson, a prosperous
business man, son of former Mayor John Bryon and father of Public Administrator Frank
Bryson, died suddenly early yesterday with heart trouble at his country home, Freeman
and Patton streets, Lennox, a suburban district between Inglewood and Hawthorne. He was
63 years old and had been a resident of Los Angeles twenty-eight years.
For some years his heart had
been erratic in its action, causing him discomfort and spells of depressed feeling, and
to aid his health he had gone to the ranch seven months ago. In midweek he was feeling
very well, doing light work about the property and taking particular interest in the
planting of seed.
When he made ready for bed
Friday night he remarked to his wife: "I've been feeling pretty good this week, haven't
I, mother? I felt real strong today and I hope to goodness that I feel as well tomorrow.
It's such a relief to feel good."
They retired, and in the
morning Mrs. Bryson was aroused by groans. She called to Mr. Bryson, but he could not
answer. His appearance was alarming and she summoned a physician, who arrived after life
His son, Public Administrator
Bryson, had been in the San Jacinto Mountains several days and was notified by messenger
yesterday of the sudden death.
Mr. Bryson, who was a native
of Muscatine, Iowa, where he was profitably engaged in the lumber business, came to Los
Angels twenty-eight years ago. His father became active in politics and was elected
Mayor of the city. Mr. Bryson assumed an active interest in business and was part owner
of the Bryson Block, which his father financed. He had considerable real estate and was
reputed to be wealthy.
His mother, Mrs. Evaline
Bryson, who is 96 years old, is still living, at No. 1237 Elden avenue. Mr. Bryson's
father died when 89 years old.
Besides the widow and son, Mr.
Bryson leaves two brothers and a sister, Isaac H. Bryson, James F. Bryson, Mrs. Margaret
Krause, all living here.
Funeral services will be
conducted Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the home of the elder Mrs. Bryson No 1227
Interment will be in the
private vault in Inglewood Cemetery. The body is at the Pierce mortuary.
Frank C Bryson b 21 May 1872 Red Oak, Montgomery, IA & d Sep 1941 Beverly Hills,
Los Angeles, CA.
Obituary L. A. Times, 28 Sep 1941 p 13.
(Courtesy Roberta Everett, 2009)
Bryson Funeral to Be
Tomorrow. Ex-County Official Who Served 27 Years Dead of Heart Ailment.
Elks services for Frank C.
Bryson, for 27 years Public Administrator of Los Angeles County, w8ill be conducted at
2 p.m. tomorrow from the temple of Lodge No. 99. Burial in the Elks plot at Inglewood
Bryon who held office from
1906 until 1933, succumbed at his home, 671 N. Sierra Drive, Beverly Hills, last
Thursday from a heart ailment.
A native of Red Oak, Ia.,
Bryon came to California a year after his birth in 1872. He was a Past Exalted Ruler
of B.P.O. Elks No. 99 and had been a member of that and various Masonic lodges for
more than 35 years.
He was first elected to the
position of Public Administrator in 1906 and when the office was placed under civil
service in 1918 he again qualified.
He leaves his widow, Mrs. L.
18.104.22.168B.22.214.171.124. Moneso Washam b 1856 Holt Co,
MO. This child is probably Pernesia Washam "Nettie" who was b 21 Oct 1854 Holt Co, MO, d
19 Feb 1909 Mound City, Holt, MO & bur Mt Hope, Mound City, MO. She was listed as Nettie
Warsham when she m Henry E. Harrison 9 Nov 1873 Holt, MO.
(Holt Co, Mrgs, p 320) She is listed as Pernesia Harrison in the will of her father:
"I desire my
daughter Pernesia Harrison to have twenty five dollars to be paid out of my personal
In the 1880 Lewis, Holt, MO 1880
census, he is listed as Henry Harrison age 26 b VA & she is listed as Nellie age 25 b MO
with children: W. F. Harrison age 6, Eddie B. Harrison age 5; David W. Harrison age 3 &
Robert O. Harrison age 1. They are In the 1900 Mound City, Holt Co, MO census as Henry E Harrison age 46 b Dec 1853 VA, Nettie Harrison age 45 b Oct 1854 MO & dau Mary age 17 b
According to a Holt Co. Newspaper, Death
"Mrs. Pernice (nee Washam) -
died 19 Feb 1909, of Mound City, MO aged 54. She was born 21 Oct 1854 and married Henry
E. Harrison, 9 Nov 1873. Six children were born & 5 survive with her husband. Burial in
Mt. Hope Cemetery at Mound City."
According to Bruce Walsh, 2000, her children
appear to be Eddie Blair Harrison, David Walter Harrison, Robert Oliver Harrison, Lora
Viola Harrison, & Mary E. Harrison.
Henry Edwin Harrison d 3 Oct 1925 Mound City,
Holt, MO (Missouri State Board of Health Cert 29869). He was born 24 Sep 1853 VA s/o Blair
Harrison & Mary Gillespie. His wife is listed as Jane and informant was Mrs. Chas Banning.
He was bur Mt. Hope Cem., Mound City, VA. He was a retired Butcher. If this is the correct
Henry Harrison, he re-married after Pernesia died.
William Frederick Harrison b 18 Oct 1874 Forest City, Holt, MO (6-1880) m
Sarah Ellen Groves abt 1896 Holt Co, MO. They are on the
1900 Mound City, Holt, MO census. He is Fred Harrison age26 b Oct 1874 & Ella age 21 b
Nov 1878. They are in the 1910 St. Joseph Ward 2, Buchanan, MO census. He is William
Harrison age 34 & Ellen is age 31 with children Marie age 12; Ernest age 10, Harold age
7 & Louise age 4. They are in the 1920 St. Joseph Ward 6, Buchanan, MO census. He is age
45 & Sarah is age 41 with children: Helen age 22, Ernest age 20, Harold age 16 & Opal
age 14. They are on the 1930 St. Joseph, Buchanan, Mo census. He is age 55 as William F
& she is Sarah E age 51 with child Helen M. Age 32. He d 10 Oct 1946 St. Joseph,
Buchanan, MO & bur Ashland Cem, St. Joseph, Buchanan, MO. His parents are listed as
Henry Harrison & Pherenice Worshaw on his Death Certificate. He was bur Ashland Cem, St.
Children born Mound City, Holt Co, MO:
Helen Marie Harrison b 3 Aug 1897 (2-1900; 12-1910; 32-1930)
Ernest Burton Harrison b 16 Nov 1899 (9 mo-1900; 10-1910) World War I Draft
Registration from St Joseph, MO. Nearest relative is Wm F Harrison
Harold H Harrison b 12 Apr 1903 (7-1910) There is a Certificate of Death for
Harold H Harrison #15276 stating he was b 1903 & d 18 May 1923 from Suicide -
gunshot, Brain. Wife is Leilah & father is Walter Harrison. Informant W F Harrison.
He was bur Ashland Cem, St Joseph, MO.
Opal Louise Harrison b 20 Jun 1905 (4-1910; 14-1920)
Edward Blair Harrison b 19 Oct 1876 Holt Co, MO (5-1880) m Rosa A. Abt 1898 Holt
Co, MO. They are on the 1900 Mound City, Holt, MO census. He is Ed Harrison b Oct 1876
age 24 & Rosa A. born Sep 1880 age 19
Walter David Harrison b 2 Aug 1877 Holt Co, MO (3-1880) He m
Margaret Lola abt 1898 Holt Co, MO. He is in the 1910
Benton, Holt, MO census as Walter Harrison age 32 with wife Margaret age 25 & dau Lola
B. Age 5. They are in the 1920 Mound City, Holt, MO census. He is age 41 she is Loula
age 37 with dau Margaret age 15. They are in the 1930 Falls City, Richardson, NE census.
He is age 52 as Walter D m age 21 with wife Margaret L age 47 m age 16. He registered
for the World War I Draft from Mound City, Holt, MO. He is a carpenter and his nearest
relative is Mrs Margaret Harrison.
Robert Oliver Harrison b abt 1879 Holt Co, MO (1-1880)
Lora Viola Harrison b Nov 1881 Holt Co, MO, d 8 Apr 1944 Fulton, Callaway, MO &
bur Mound City, Holt, MO. (Missouri Death Cert #14288) She m
Charles Banning abt 1899. Charles b 28 Feb 1870 Iowa & d 6 Jun 1947 Mound City,
Holt, MO (Missouri Death Cert #20759) They are in the 1900, 1910, 1920, 1930 Mound,
Holt, MO census records. Children: Earl Banning, Evelyn Banning, Charles C Banning,
Henry E Banning.
Mary E. Harrison b Dec 1882 Holt Co, MO (17-1900)
John W Washam b 5 Nov 1856 Craig, Holt Co, MO. John m 1st) Susan H Butler 2 Jun 1878
Craig, Holt, MO. Susan born 27 Jul 1860 Holt, MO & d 13 Nov 1893 Benton, Scott Co, MO.
John W age 24, Susan age 20, & Robert age 1, are living with his father, David
Washam, in the 1880 Holt Co, MO cens. John m 2nd)
Emma born Apr 1854 KY. John was the son of David Washam & Susan Hutton. David, an old & respected citizen of Holt Co, MO, was born in Washington Co, VA. Family
on page 170. Picture from Vicki Genz, 1998.
126.96.36.199B.188.8.131.52A.1. Robert C Washam "Bob" b 16 Apr 1879 Benton, Holt, MO. (1-1880;
4/79-1900; 40-1920) Robert m Edith J Combs abt
1905. Edith b 30 Jul 1886 MO. They are in the 1905 Shenandoah, Page Co, Iowa
cens, as Robert Washam & Mrs Edith Washam, 605 Lowell Avenue. In 1918, Robert
registered for the World War I Draft Registration as Robert Washam of Redondo, Los
Angeles Co, California, plasterer, index & middle fingers gone, brown hair & eyes.
Robert & Edith divorced according to the Reno Evening Gazette (Reno, Nevada):
21 Jun 1932: Washoe
Co, NV court, Edith Washam plaintiff vs. Robert Washam summons
23 Aug 1932: Divorce decree granted Edith Washam from Robert Washam.
The day the divorce was finalized,
Edith m 2nd) A Ovrum 23 Aug 1932 in Reno, Nevada: (Reno
23 Aug 1932:
Marriage License: A. Ovrum, over twenty one, Manhattan Beach, Cal. & Edith Washam, over
twenty one, Reno.
Photo of Edith & A Ovrum "Grammie & Grandpa" courtesy of Sherrie
Hoyer, 2010. "I'm guessing it was taken in the mid 1950's as I believe he had a
series of strokes in the late '50's & passed at home in Grammie's care. One of my fave
family pics. Thinking my mom took the picture, Donna Ruth Bradley."
Robert d 30 Nov 1955 Orange Co, CA.
Edith d 10 Feb 1972 Los Angeles, CA.
Gladys Helen Worsham born 26 Dec 1906 Franklin,
Nebraska. (13-1920; 23-1930) Gladys m Adrian
Stewart Conn "Ace" abt 1924. Ace b 15 Nov 1898 Lomita, Los
Angeles, CA. In 1924 Adrian S Conn was a painter living at 1420 9th St in Los
Angeles. Gladys d 12 Jul 1980 of Redondo Beach, Los Angeles, CA.
Ace m 2nd)
Irene Szam 24 Jul 1968 Los
Angeles, CA. Irene b 8 May 1922 Akron, OH & d 9 Apr 2010 Tulsa OK. Irene m
1st) Mr Lewis and after Ace Conn she m 3rd) Mr
Gray. (Brian Ellyson, 2011)
Ace d 19 Sep 1979 Lomita, Los Angeles, CA.
Photo taken in 1926, left, is of Gladys Helen Worsham holding her
daughter, Dorothy Ruth Conn.
Upper right is a photo of Gladys.
Lower left is an 8 Aug 1927 photo
of Gladys Worsham Conn
& Ruth J (Allen) McLean. Ruth is a half sister of Ace.
On right is Ace Conn's
All photos are courtesy Brian Ellyson, 2008.
Dorothy Ruth Conn b 16 Mar 1926 Santa Clara, CA. (CA
Mildred Worsham b abt 1909 MO.
Roy E Worsham b 17 Jul 1912 MN. Roy m
Laverne Lucia Lindenberg 3 Sep 1957 Los Angeles, CA.
Laverne, dau of Fred & Lucia Lindenberg, was b 23 Nov 1918 Lincoln, Nebraska.
Laverne also m Edwin M Kettering & Charles Norman Royer. Roy d Mar 1976 of
Nampa, Canyon, ID. Laverne d 4 Jan 2006 Nampa, Canyon, ID.
B. Worsham b abt 1915 of Los Angeles, CA & m David
Sherrie Hoyer, 2010,
provided these photos and wrote:
husbands name was David Bradley ... I'm enclosing a picture of my grandmother
Ruthie playing her guitar. I don't know when the picture was taken but I scanned it
& touched it up a bit. I was told she loved the old time country western bands and
was on early California radio. I believe her band was called "Captain Jack & His
Texas Outlaws" I'm also a musician but I'm more into the Irish/traditional music as
far as playing goes. (I play guitar, mandolin, ukulele, bass, & noodle with other
instruments) I have Ruthie's banjo ukulele-story behind that was she purchased it on
a road trip thru San Jose from a guy who made them & sold them from a roadside
stand. She started carving "San Jose" on the back of the neck but never finished it.
I'm also sending a picture of that banjo-uke you want to use it."
184.108.40.206B.220.127.116.11A.2.4. Johnny Washam lived in Oakland, CA. (Vicki Genz, 1998)
18.104.22.168B.22.214.171.124A.3. James Franklin Washam b 17 Jun 1884 & d 1 Aug 1978. Photo
of the children of James Frank Washam and Willie Irene Reamy who were married 24 Sep 1906 Chickasaw Nation, Carter, Indian Territory.
Left: James Edward Washam born 14 Aug 1911 Shamrock, Wheeler Co, TX. Right:
Alfred Franklin Washam born 24 Sep 1908 Carter, Indian Territory. Family on page 171.
Picture from Vicki
Alfred Franklin Washam b 24 Sep 1908 Carter, OK, & d 19 Sep
1993 San Diego, CA according to CA death records.