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Henry Laden, Etta Doxie, MO, AR, CA
Posted by: David Hamilton (ID *****4579) Date: January 18, 2009 at 10:38:01
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Researching Doxie and Wheeless ancestry

Believe Frances Etta Doxie married Henry ~1905, possibly AR or MO.

1920 census of Greene County, AR
Harry Laden, 39, b MO, parents b TN, farmer
Fannie E, 34, b MO, parents b US/MS
s, Paul E, 15, b MO
d, Fannie L, 13, b MO
d, Lena M, 6, b MO

1930 census of San Jose CA
Harry Laden, 49, b MO, parents b TN, janitor
w, Etta, 44, b MO, parents b MO/MS
d, Maxine, 16, b MO
s, Robert, 8, b AR
s, Billie, 6, b AR
s, Floy, 26, b MO
dau-in-law, Gertrude, 23, b CA
grandson, Richard, 5, b CA


Believe Etta Laden was maiden Fannie Etta Doxie.
1900 census of Salem Township, Dunklin County Missouri
Fanny* C Jones, 46, b 6 July 1853 AL, parents b AL, widow, (6 children, 6 living), occupation washer woman
son, Edie [Eddie], 10, b Jan 1890, AR, parents TN/AL
son, Delmre [Delmer] E, 8, b Feb 1892, AR, parents TN/AL
dau, Ethel, 6, b June 1894, AR, parents TN/AL
son, Ezra Doxie(sp?), 16, b Feb 1884, MO, parents b TN/AL, day laborer(ancestry.com says Ezra, record difficult to read, appears son written over daughter)
dau, ETTA(Ettie, Ester?) Doxie(sp?), 14, b Oct 1885, MO, parents b TN/AL

Believe that Frances Fannie Wheelis 1st married FNU Doxie. Know that she later married Thomas Jones and lived in MO and AR.

CA death index shows Fannie E Laden, b 14 Oct 1885, MO, d 31 Aug 1960, Santa Clara, CA. Motherís maiden name WHEELESS.




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