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1251 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I4126)
 
1252 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I4300)
 
1253 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I4307)
 
1254 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I4423)
 
1255 __________

Relationship to Reece-Thornton Genealogy Database Compiler: Third Cousin
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Daniel, Garry Dale (I4424)
 
1256 __________

Relationship to Reece-Thornton Genealogy Database Compiler: Uncle
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Marriage: Not married.
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Newspaper Article:

Student Killed
As Auto Skids
And Overturns

A 17-year-old Alamo High
School senior was killed instant-
ly and his 18-year-old compan-
ion, also of Alamo, escaped ser-
ious injury early this morning
when their car skidded out of
control near the intersection of
Highways 18 and 45, south of
Jackson.
William Boyd Thornton was
pronounced dead on arrival at
Jackson-Madison County Gener-
al Hospital.
He was Madison County's first
traffic fatality of the year.
James Elbert Ward, Route 2,
Alamo, driver of the car, sus-
tained bruises and abrasions
and is reported to be in fair
condition at General Hospital.
. . . .
Young Thornton was the son
of Mrs. Gladys Thornton and
the late Mr. Claude Thornton.
He is survived by two
sisters, Mrs. Barney Smith of
the Nance community near
Alamo and Mrs. Charles Reece
of Alamo.
A senior in high school, he
had worked for several years at
the Alamo Meat Market. He
was a member of the Alamo
Baptist Church.
Services will be held Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Alamo Bap-
tist Church with the Rev. Rob-
ert Benson officiating. Ronk
Funeral Home of Alamo is in
charge of services.

(From "The Jackson Sun," Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee, 1 Feb 1960.)
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Thornton, William Boyd (I4070)
 
1257 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I4071)
 
1258 __________

Relationship: Albert was listed with Wiley James and Mary Elizabeth in the 1850 Bedford County, Tennessee, Census. It is believed that Albert was the son of Wiley James and his first wife, Elizabeth Hall, who married in Orange County, North Carolina, in 1841.
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Censuses:
1850, Tennessee, Bedford County, Tennessee, Civil District No 11, Page 173A, Dwelling 33, Family 33, 13 Dec 1850, Ancestry.com Image 181.
1860?
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Hopkins, Albert (I4138)
 
1259 ___________

Censuses:
1860, Tennessee, Marshall County, District 8, Belfast Post Office, Page 124, Sheet 62B, Dwelling 944, Family 905, 18 Jul 1860, Ancestry.com Image 2.
1870, Tennessee, Bedford County, 11th Civil Dist., Shelbyville Post Office, Page 20, Sheet 306B, Dwelling 146, Family 155, 28 Jul 1870, Ancestry.com Image 20.
1880, Tennessee, Bedford County, Eleventh Civil District, SD 3, ED 11, Page 25, Sheet 298A, Dwelling 213, Family 217, 16 June 1880, Ancestry.com Image 25.
1900, Tennessee, Perry County, Civil District No. 4, SD 8, ED 117, Page 34B, Sheet 1B, Dwelling 11, Family 11, 2 and 4 Jun 1900, Ancestry.com Image 2, Head of Family: Alex E. Hopkins.
1910, Tennessee, Perry County, Civil District No 2, SD 8, ED 188, Page 32B, Sheet 1B, Dwelling 12, Family 12, 15 Apr 1910, Ancestry.com Image 2.
1920, Tennessee, Perry County, 2nd Civil District, SD 8, ED 182, Page 222B, Sheet 6B, Dwelling 120, Family 120, 10 Jan 1920, Ancestry.com Image 12.
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Hopkins, Alexander Eli (I4132)
 
1260 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I4218)
 
1261 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I4219)
 
1262 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I4229)
 
1263 ___________

Family Researchers: W. M. "Bill" Baker .
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Censuses:
1870, Tennessee, Bedford County, 11th Civil Dist., Shelbyville Post Office, Page 20, Sheet 306B, Dwelling 146, Family 155, 28 Jul 1870, Ancestry.com Image 20.
1880, Tennessee, Bedford County, Eleventh Civil District, SD 3, ED 11, Page 25, Sheet 298A, Dwelling 213, Family 217, 16 June 1880, Ancestry.com Image 25.
1900, Tennessee, Perry County, Civil District No 8, SD 8, ED 121, Page 84B, Sheet 2B, Dwelling 31, Family 31, 5 Jun 1900, Ancestry.com Image 4.
1910, Texas, Navarro County, Precinct #1, SD 6, ED 74, Page 4A, Sheet 17A, Dwelling 321, Family 326, 9 May 1910, Ancestry.com Image 31.
1920, Texas, Navarro County, Precinct No 1, Town of Emhouse, SD 6, ED 138, Page 6A, Sheet 6A, Dwelling 42, Family 43, 14 Jan 1920, Ancestry.com Image 11.
1930
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Hopkins, Samuel McClellan (I4134)
 
1264 ___________

Genealogy Identification Number: 7
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Relationship to Reece-Thornton Genealogy Database Compiler: Grandmother
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Residences: Crockett County, Gibson County, Tennessee; Cook County, Illinois.
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Church: Alamo First Baptist Church, Alamo, Crockett County, Tennessee.
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Census Listings:

1910 Crockett County, Tennessee, Census
Fourth Civil District
SD 9, ED 2, Pages 190A and 190B, Sheets 7A and 7B, Dwelling 88, Family 88, 22 Apr 1910, Ancestry.com Images 13 and 14
Boyd, Perry H., head, male, white, 34, married, married 9 years, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee;
Boyd, Rena, wife, female, white, 27, married, married 9 years, 4 children/4 living in 1910, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee;
Boyd, Cohn, son, male, white, 8, single, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee;
Boyd, Clara, daughter, female, white, 5, single, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee;
Boyd, Flossie, daughter, female, white, 3, single, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee;
Boyd, Gladys, daughter, female, white, 2, single, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee;
Taylor, Guy, cousin, male, white, 18, single, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee.
Note: "Cohn Boyd" was Hix's son Connie Allen Boyd. Guy Taylor was Hix's first cousin, the son of John D. Taylor, brother of Hix's mother Mary Jane Taylor Boyd.

1920 Crockett County, Tennessee, Census
District 3, Gadsden and Dyersburg Road
SD 9, ED 3, Page 24B, Sheet 5B, Dwelling 97, Family 103, 13 Jan 1920, Ancestry.com Image 10
Boyd, P. H., head, female, white, 39, widowed, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee, farmer;
Boyd, Connie, son, male, white, 16, single, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee, farm laborer;
Boyd, May, daughter, female, white, 15, single, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee, farm laborer;
Boyd, Flossie, daughter, female, white, 12, single, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee, farm laborer;
Boyd, Gladys, daughter, female, white, 10, single, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee, farm laborer;
Boyd, David, son, male, white, 8, single, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee;
Boyd, C. B., son, male, white, 6, single, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee;
Boyd, John Hicks, son, male, white, 4, single, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee.
Corrections: "P. H. Boyd" should have been listed as "Mrs. P. H. Boyd" (Rena Belle Sipes Boyd, widow of Perry Parker Hix Boyd.)

1930 Crockett County, Tennessee, Census
Third Civil District
SD, ED 17-3, Page 147A, Sheet 6A, Dwelling 131, Family 133, 12 Apr 1930, Ancestry.com Image 11
Thornton, Will D., head, 58, married, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee, farmer;
Thornton, Bettie, wife, 50, married, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee;
Thornton, Claude, son, 29, married, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee;
Thornton, Gladys, daughter-in-law, 22, married, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee;
Thornton, Iris J., granddaughter, 10/12, single, born Tennessee, father born Tennessee, mother born Tennessee.
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Obituary:

Mrs. Gladys Thornton

Services for Mrs. Gladys Thorn-
ton, 58, were held Tuesday at 10
o'clock at Nance Church of Christ
with Wendell Bloomingberg of
Henderson officiating. Burial was
in Center cemetery with Ronk
Funeral Home in charge.
Mrs. Thornton died Sunday
night at Jackson-Madison County
hospital.
She was the widow of the late
Claude Thornton. She was born
in Crockett County, daughter
the late Terry Hicks and Rena
Sipes Boyd.
She leaves two daughters, Mrs.
Barney Smith and Mrs. Charles
Reece, both of near Alamo; two
sisters, Mrs. Hall Smith and Mrs.
James Hunt, both of near Alamo;
two brothers, C. B. Boyd of
Michigan and David Boyd of
Knoxville; 4 grandchildren.

(From "The Crockett Times," Alamo, Crockett County, Tennessee, 5 Oct 1967.)

Corrections: "Terry Hicks Boyd" should be "Perry Hix Boyd."
C. B. Boyd was a resident of Illinois in 1967.
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Boyd, Mary Gladys (I4059)
 
1265 ___________

Name: AKA "Maggie."
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Censuses:
1900, Tennessee, Bedford County, 11 Civil District, North of North Fork Creek, SD 5, ED 13, Pages 156A and 156B, Sheets 5A and 5B, Dwelling 85, Family 85, 13 Jun 1900, Ancestry.com Images 9 and 10.
1910?
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Hopkins, Margaret D. (I4155)
 
1266 ___________

Name: AKA "Nanette" and "Nannie."
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Censuses:
1870
1880
1900
1910, Tennessee, Bedford County, Civil District No 11, Farmington Road, SD, ED 16, Page 175A, Sheet 5A, Dwelling 99, Family 99, 25 Apr 1910, Ancestry.com Image 452 (Image 9?).
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Harber, Nancy Elizabeth (I3758)
 
1267 ||Charles Nelson Lown was the son of Henry Nelson Lown and Nancy Brown. He was born in Barrytown NY and lived and worked on the family farm until he enlisted in the Union Army 8 Oct 1864. He served as a Private in Battery G, 1st N.Y. Light Artillery from date of enlistment until musterd out 19 June 1865. Battery G participated in the decisive fighting around Petersburg, VA that led to the Confederate surrender at Appomattox. After the war he returned to the family farm in Barrytown, NY where he lived and worked until he married Rose E Gruntler on 17 Sept 1878. They had two children before she died in February 1882. Charles N Lown lived most of the remainder of his life in Madalin(now known as Tivoli), NY.
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Lown, Charles Nelson (I121)
 

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