The parents of Nancy Cynthia McClure.

Nancy, born in July 1829 in Henderson County, Tennessee, married William Henderson Williams about 1847. They are listed on both the 1850 and the 1860 Henderson County censuses, but are not found on any 1870 census. By 1880, they lived in Jasper County, Missouri with a large family. The first known child born in Missouri was born there in 1873; the last known child born in Tennessee was born in 1867. By 1900, they are listed in Protem, Taney County, Missouri, the heart of the Ozarks. William "Bill" Williams died there in 1913; Nancy died in Taney County in 1915. Their graves are found in the Protem Cemetery. (We note that the descendants of Nancy have a family story that she was a Cherokee Indian, adopted at a young age, but of course we have no proof or any further information to confirm or refute this story. Many old families have the same family stories; it is not unusual to find this.)

The children and grandchildren of Nancy McClure and William Henderson Williams are:

1. Elizabeth Lenora "Lennie" Williams, born November 1849 in Henderson County, Tennessee. Lennie married an unknown Miles about 1873 and by 1880, she was listed as a widow on the Jasper County census with three children, Laura Ella, Elmer, and Thomas Miles. She married Peter Lunceford Storm, Jr. in 1883 in Missouri and they lived their lives in Jasper County, Missouri. They had two known children, Samuel and Racy. Peter Storm died before 1920; Lennie Williams Storm died in 1925 in Webb City, Jasper County, Missouri. She is buried at Weaver Cemetery there.

The children of Elizabeth Lenora Williams and unknown husband Miles:

2. Laura Ella Miles, born April 1874 in Jasper County, Missouri, died June 1956 in Longview, Cowlitz County, Washington. She married Edward Duncan Chenoweth about 1894 in Jasper County and they had eight Chenoweth children, Clarence Ray, Fay Miles, Glen Ora, Earnest Forest, Pauline Marie who married Adelbert Daley, Geneva Ruth who married Adam Lavado, Woodrow Wilson, and Eva. They had moved to Washington State by 1920, and Ed Chenoweth died there in 1926. Laura died there in 1956 and is buried at Longview Cemetery, Cowlitz County, Washington. On the censuses, Laura listed her father as born in Texas.
2. Elmer Miles was born 21 December 1875 in Jasper County, Missouri. He married on New Year's Eve, 1901 in Jasper County to Amanda Melinda Rider, daughter of John Wesley and Sarah Jane Rider.  She was born in Nebraska on 6 July 1883. Elmer and Amanda were listed on the 1910 census in Webb, Jasper County, Missouri, married for eight years with no children.  Amanda's brother Thomas Rider was in their home.  Elmer filled out a draft card in 1918 in Jasper County.  He listed employment at Rogers, Foley & [unclear] in Joplin, Missouri.  In 1920 Elmer was listed as a merchant on the Jasper County census, living there with only Amanda in the home.  1930 was the same.  Elmer died on 3 October 1952 in Jasper County, Missouri and was buried there at the Weaver Cemetery.  Amanda Rider Miles lived to be 103 years old, passing away on 4 October 1986 in San Diego, California.  She is buried at the Weaver Cemtery as well.  They had no children.
2. Thomas Miles was born in Missouri in 1878.  He appeared on the 1880 census with his mother, but we find no further records of him.

The children of Elizabeth Lenora Williams and Peter Lunceford Storm, Jr:

2. Samuel Washington Storm, born 8 November 1883 in Missouri, died 26 April 1959 in Kern County, California, married Viola May Minkler 3 May 1914 in Jasper County, Missouri. By the time he filed a draft registration in Jasper County, Missouri, they were farming in Oronogo. They had eight children--Oral L., Troy P., Stacye E., Fred, Ray L., Phillip L., Floyd Keith, and a lone daughter, Bessie L., all born in Missouri. By 1930, they lived in Cherokee County, Kansas and in 1940 they were in Barton County, Missouri. Samuel was buried at the Argus Cemetery in San Bernardino County, California.  Viola remarried to Warren Higley and she died in 1982 in Barton County, Missouri. She is buried at Memory Garden Cemetery in Lamar in Barton County.
2. Racy McDermott Storm, born 31 May 1887 in Missouri, died 12 May1955 in San Bernardino, California, married Mabel Jennie Mallory on Christmas Eve of 1906 in Jasper County. Racy and Mabel had nine children, Ralph, Frank, Evert Nile, Wilma W. who married a Wardlow, Anna Lee who married Melvin Harpole, and a son who died as an infant in 1919, William, Racy Jr, and Richard. Mabel Mallory Storm died in 1959.  Racy and Mabel Storm are buried at the Weaver Cemetery in Jasper County, Missouri.
1. Amanda "Mandy" Williams was born February 1852 in Henderson County, Tennessee and on 24 March 1870 she married Alexander Martin of Anderson County, Tennessee. He was the son of Hardy F. Martin and Mary Polly Burris. Anderson County is just outside of Knoxville, Tennessee, so Mandy was moving back to live in the area of her pioneer Beard ancestors. In 1870 Mandy and Alexander were newlyweds listed in Anderson County. Since the marriage record says they were married in Anderson County, we are searching the 1870 census for a record of her parents there in 1870, but so far they are not found on any 1870 census. In 1880 they had two children and still lived in Anderson County. By 1900 in same place, Mandy and Alexander had eight children, all born in Anderson County, but one had died. Alexander died there 5 January 1910 and was buried at the Blowing Springs Cemetery in Clinton, Anderson County, Tennessee. Mandy was listed as a widow on the 1910 census and five of her eight children were still living. Her brother in law, Rufe Martin, lived next door. Mandy last appeared on the 1920 census living next to her married son Sam Martin, but she appears to have died before 1930. There is no date of death on her gravestone at Blowing Springs Cemetery in Clinton, Anderson County, Tennessee.
The children of Alexander Martin and Amanda Mandy Williams were:
2. John Alexander "Jack" Martin, born September 1872, married Ella Hendren on Christmas Eve, 1899 in Anderson County and lived in Anderson County in 1900 in the home of his parents. He is listed as head of household in Anderson County in 1910 and 1920. Ella appears to be the daughter of William Poole and Sarah E. Hendren. Jack and Ella had at least two children, sons Clara Mitchell Martin and Oliver Martin.
 ::: 2. Columbus "Lum" Martin, born 26 September 1876 in Anderson County, Tennessee. On the 1900 census, there is a "Clumbus" Martin, born September 1876, listed boarding with a farm family in Anderson County, and this is surely the same. Lum Martin died on 11 May 1901 at age 24 and he is at rest at Stair Cemetery, Anderson County, Tennessee.
2. Millard Fillmore Martin, born 11 June 1880 in Anderson County, married Martha Goans 18 July 1901 in probably Anderson County, Tennessee. She was the daughter of Abraham and Mary Frances Goans. They farmed and raised their family in Clinton, Tennessee. He died in 1961, Martha in 1965, and they are buried at Moran Baptist Church Cemetery in Anderson County. Their children were Herbert H., Eula V. who married Algie Sittums, John Mitchell, Roy Melton, and Ruth.
2. Joseph Martin was born in March 1883 in Anderson County, Tennessee. We have no further information on Joseph.
2. Sallie or Sadie Martin was born in September 1885 in Anderson County, Tennessee. We have no further information about her.
2. Minnie Martin was born in September 1887 in Anderson County, Tennessee. We have no further information on Minnie.
2. Samuel Martin, born 15 May 1890 in Clinton, Anderson County, Tennessee, married Irene unknown about 1915 in Anderson County. When he filled out his draft card for World War I in Anderson County, Sam Martin stated that he was a farmer in Dossett who supported his mother, wife, two single sisters and a child. In 1920, he and Irene and their two children were living next to or with his widowed mother. In 1930, they had three children at home and they were still in Anderson County. He died 19 November 1965 and is buried at Anderson Memorial Gardens. We know of three children, Margaret Elizabeth who married Finley Clowers, Helen who married a Williams, and Pearl.
1. George Washington "Wash" Williams was born 14 October 1856 in Tennessee. When his family moved to Jasper County, Missouri before 1880, George was listed living with his sister Lennie in the home of James Scott. Lennie was the housekeeper, her children by Mr. Miles were listed with them. George was a farm laborer on the Scott farm. About 1881, George married Elizabeth Jane Williams. She was no relation to him. Elizabeth had been part of a Mormon settlement in Provo, Utah, where she was born 27 May 1858. Her father was Alexander Williams, who had many wives and is listed with his first wife Isabel in the Sons of Utah Pioneers index as early settlers. One of their sons was a Brigadier General in the Mormon Legion. By 1880, Elizabeth Williams was 22 and living with her mother in Jasper County, Missouri, no doubt where she and George met. George and Elizabeth raised a family of seven children in Jasper County. He died there in 1933; Elizabeth in 1935. They are both buried at Medoc Cemetery in Jasper County.
The children of George Washington and Elizabeth Jane Williams were:
2. Estella Williams, born October 1881 in Jasper County.
2. Marion Williams, a son, was born April 1884 in Jasper County. In 1910, Marion and his brother Lester were working as teamsters in Santa Barbara County, California, both single. Lester returned to Missouri; it is not known if Marion also returned or not.
2. Alta Williams, born February 1886 in Jasper County.
2. Lester Arthur Williams, born March 1889 in Jasper County, was with his brother Marion in 1910 in Santa Barbara County, California. By 1918 when he registered for the draft, he was back in Jasper County, Missouri, with a wife and two children that he was supporting. He married Fern unknown between 1910-1913. They had children named Howard L., Maxwell L., Loyal W., and Irene T. Williams. Fern died in 1922 in Jasper County and is buried at Medoc Cemetery there. Lester remarried Pearl Caldwell, the widow of Frank Caldwell. He died in 1970. Lester and Pearl Williams are buried at Carterville Cemetery, Jasper County.
2. Austin Roland Williams, April 1891 in Jasper County, married Etta Lee Smith about 1914. They lived in Duval and had four children: Carl A., Archie L., Paul E., and Rosa L. Austin died in July 1976 in Joplin and he is buried at Friends Cemetery in Purcell, Jasper County, Missouri.
2. Thomas Williams was born in March 1894 in Jasper County.
2. Walter Whitford Williams was born in September 1896 in Jasper County. Walter died in January 1982 in Los Angeles County, California.
1. Samuel Bryant Williams was born 26 May 1857 in Henderson County, Tennessee. He was named for his two grandfathers, Bryant Williams and Samuel Beard. On 9 November 1882 in Jasper County, Missouri, he married Frances Elizabeth Miller. They had four children. Frances Miller Williams died in 1897 in Missouri. On 3 March 1899, Samuel married a second time, to Hattie Eugenia Wilson in nearby Taney County, Missouri. Samuel and Hattie lived in Barry County, Missouri in 1900, married one year, with his four children from the first marriage. He and Hattie would have nine more children. This family was found on a different census every ten years. In 1900 they lived in Barry County, Missouri; in 1910 they lived in Lawrence County, Missouri; in 1920 and 1930 they were listed in Benton County, Arkansas. Samuel may have gone to Oklahoma after this census, for he is buried there. Many of his children eventually settled in California. Samuel died 23 July 1936 and is buried at New Home Cemetery in Peggs, Cherokee County, Oklahoma. Hattie died in Benton County, Arkansas in 1958 and is buried at Gentry Cemetery there.
The children of Samuel Bryant Williams and first wife, Frances Elizabeth Miller:
2. Samuel Edward Williams was born in November 1884 in Missouri and married in 1903 to Cora Ethel Wilson, probably in Taney County, Missouri. Cora was the daughter of Timothy Everage Wilson and Elizabeth Narcissa Shelton. Three of the Wilson's daughters married Williams grooms. In 1896, Temperance Wilson married Charles Marion Williams, the younger brother of Samuel Bryant Williams. In 1899, Hattie Wilson married Samuel Bryant, who was a young widower after the death of his first wife, and then in 1903, Samuel Edward, the eldest child of Samuel Bryant, married Cora. Samuel and Cora moved to Peggs, Cherokee County, Oklahoma. In 1930, they were listed in Porter, Waggoner County, Oklahoma.
The death dates are not known. They are possibly buried at New Home Cemetery in Peggs, Oklahoma. Their children were: Talmage Lee, Arminta F., Walter J. "Clell", Iredell, and Velva Williams.
2. Walter Jackson "Tib" Williams was born in October 1888 in Jasper County, Missouri. Tib moved to Indian Territory which became Oklahoma. He married Ida Lydia or Lydia Ida Wright, the daughter of Ellis Buffington Wright and wife Elizabeth Daughterty, after 1910 but before 1913 in Mayes County, Oklahoma. She and her parents were listed as Cherokee Indian on all the censuses; in 1910 they were listed as one sixteenth Indian. By the time he submitted his draft registration in 1917, Tib had a wife and two children. In 1920, Tib and Lydia lived with her widowed father and several of her brothers in Mayes County; by 1930 Ellis had died and they lived in their own household with four children. Tib worked as a carpenter on that census and he also farmed. We do not know the death date for him; Lydia Wright Williams died in Oklahoma in September 1960 and is buried at Fairview Cemetery in that county. Walter is probably there as well, although no record is found. Their children were: Elizabeth "Lizzie", Carl, Jack, Mary, Bessie,Clarence Ellsworth, and Ellis Williams.
2. Olga Nancy Williams was born 21 July 1890 in Barry County, Missouri. She went to Mayes County, Oklahoma, possibly with her brother Tib Williams, and about 1910 she married Emerson "Doc" Smith. He was born in 1889 in Carroll County, Arkansas and was listed in 1900 with his parents in Sugar Loaf, Boone County, Arkansas. In 1910, Emerson and Olga Smith were listed on the census in Mayes County, Oklahoma in the home of W. H. Smith, his father. They were newly weds. On his World War I draft card, Emerson said he was married with three children and lived in Brewton, Oklahoma, born in Carroll County, Arkansas. In 1920 Emerson and Olga lived at Peggs in Mayes County with three children. Lucy Hudson, Olga's younger sister, lived with them. In 1930, Emerson and Olga still lived in Mayes County with five children. He died in March 1962 and is buried at Fairview Cemetery in Mayes County. The children listed in 1930 were: Otis, Jessie, Thelma Inez who married Vinus William West, Pauline, and Geraldine/Jerri who married Dwight Cloyd Chasteen. Jerri was a noted genealogist and researcher of Cherokee families. She established the Cherokee Archival Project online.
2. Lucy Williams was born 11 October 1893, probably in Barry County, Missouri. Lucy married an unknown Hudson, for in 1920 she was listed in her sister Olga's home as Lucy Hudson. We have no further information on Lucy Williams Hudson at this time.
The children of Samuel Bryant Williams and second wife, Hattie Eugenia Wilson were:
2. Beulah M. Williams was born 19 August 1900 in Barry County, Missouri. She married in 1925 in Elmer Jessie Crone. He was born 1898 in Benton County, Arkansas. In 1930, Beulah and Elmer Crone were listed in Marella, Cimarron County, Oklahoma with five children, one of them a son, Rufe Samuel Crone, by Elmer Crone's previous marriage. Living in their home was Louis Williams, age sixteen, Beulah's younger brother. Elmer Crone died 25 July 1970 in Pryor, Mayes County, Oklahoma, and Beulah on 4 May 1995 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Their known children are Ruby, Rema, J. T. (son), and Reva Lavon.
2. Della Naomi Williams, born 23 January 1902 in Missouri, married Marshall Alonzo Kirby in 1923 in Benton County, Arkansas. He was born 1 January 1893 in Bentonville, Arkansas. In 1930 they were listed with two sons under five. They lived their married lives at Gravette, Benton County, and died there. Marshall died February 1970 and is buried at Bethel Cemeterry in that county. Della died in May, 1981 and is interred at Gentry Cemetery there. The known children of this couple are McLynn and James Louis Kirby.
2. Rosa Lee Williams was born 17 April 1905 in Missouri. About 1925 she married Marion Milo Grammer, who was born 6 February 1908 in Arkansas. In 1927 they divorced. In 1930 he was on a census in Los Angeles County, California, while Rosa and her daughter were listed in the home of her sister Beulah Williams Crone in Cimarron County, Oklahoma. Rosa died 3 February 1943 in Sacramento County, California and is buried at Gentry Cemetery, Benton County, Arkansas. She and Marion Grammer, who died in San Bernardino County, California in 1989, had one child: Ula Fay Grammer, who married Milton Wesley Highfill in 1942 in Los Angeles, California. Ula Fay Highfill died in Springdale, Washington County, Arkansas in November 1996. She and her husband are buried at Gentry Cemetery, Benton County, Arkansas.
2. Alpha Day Williams was born in Missouri on 5 November 1906. She married James Audman Morris on 10 November 1924, probably in Benton County, Arkansas. By 1930, Alpha and James had three children and made their home at Felker, Benton County, Arkansas. They eventually moved to California, where James Morris died 22 April 1963. He is buried at the Masonic Cemetery in Modesto, Stanislaus County, California. Alpha passed away on 30 October 1981 in Sacramento, California and is at the same cemetery. Their three children are Lelon, Lonnie, and Lucille Morris.
2. Freeda Belle Williams, born 17 November 1908 in Missouri, married an Unknown Walker before 1930. She died 12 December 1993 in Sacramento, California. No further information on this family is known at this time.
2. Bryant Eugene Williams was born 21 December 1910 in Pryor, Mayes County, Oklahoma. In June 1939 he married Gladys Brown in Siloam Springs, Benton County, Arkansas. She was born 30 July 1917 in Lyon County, Kansas. They moved to California and Bryant died in Sacramento on 21 Aug 1984. Gladys passed away 7 May 2005, also in Sacramento. They had at least six children.
2. Louis Milton Williams was born in 1912 in Pryor, Mayes County, Oklahoma. He was listed on the 1930 census, age 16, in the home of his sister Beulah Williams Crone and her husband Elmer Crone. they were then in Marella, Cimarron County, Oklahoma. No further information is found for him to date.
2. Louis Azell Williams was born 25 September 1915 in Arkansas. He married Mattie Sue Miller, who was born 13 December 1924 in Benton County, Arkansas. They lived in California. She died in Sacramento County on 25 April 1980 and he died there on 18 April 1989. No burial place and no children are known for this family.
2. Marvin Clemmer Williams was born 20 March, 1919 in Benton County, Arkansas. He died on 17 February 1987 in Sacramento, California. No further information at this time.
1. James A. "Jim" Williams was born 6 April 1865 in Henderson County, Tennessee. About 1887 in Jasper County, Missouri, he married Margaret Unknown, who was born March 1871 in Missouri. He and Margaret settled down in Jasper in Jasper County and by 1900 they had two children. In 1910 they were living in Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri, where they lived the rest of their lives. James died 27 March 1958 in Jasper County; we do not know a death date for Margaret.
The known children of James and Margaret Williams were:
2. Alta May Williams was born in January 1891 in Jasper County, Missouri. She married 16 March 1908 there to Frank Whitley. He was born 4 March 1871 in Jasper County as well. They lived in Jasper County all their married lives and had seven known children. Frank Whitley died 28 April 1986 and is buried at Ozark Memorial Park Cemetery in Jasper County, Missouri. We have no death date for Alta and no burial place. Their children: Ruth, Carl J., Esther Katherine, Doris "Dot", Norma Jean, Jack William, and Lois June Whitley, every one born in Jasper County, Missouri.
2. Clara Williams was born October 1896 in Jasper County, Missouri.
2. John Williams was born in November 1903 in Jasper County, Missouri.
2. Belva Williams was born in 1908 in Jasper County, Missouri.
2. James Williams was born about 1916 in Jasper County, Missouri.
1. John A. Williams was born in 1867 in Henderson County, Tennessee.
1. Ola Nancy "Ollie" Williams was born 24 February 1873 in Missouri. About 1901, she married Edward D. Smith in Missouri. He was born 29 March 1877 in Missouri. In 1920 and 1930 this Smith family lived at Cedar Creek, Taney County, Missouri. They raised at least three children there. Edward Smith died 15 January 1943 in Taney County and Ola Williams Smith died 2 July 1957 there. They are both buried at the Protem Cemetery in Taney County, Missouri, in the heart of the Ozarks.
The three known children of Ola Nancy Williams and Edward Smith were:
2. Valerie Smith, born 5 December 1904 in Taney County, Missouri, married about 1930 to Floyd Earl Aldridge. He was born in Missouri 21 November 1904. On the 1930 census they are listed in Taney County, both 25 years old, just married with no children. Valerie died 25 October 1935 in Taney County and was buried at the Protem Cemetery there. Floyd Aldridge remarried to Chloe Marie Coats. He died 2 December 1986 in Taney County and is buried at Wolf Cemetery in Taney County. We have no record of any children for Floyd and Valerie Smith.
2. Glendon Smith was born about 1908 in Taney County, Missouri.
2. Bell Smith was born about 1913 in Taney County, Missouri.
1. Charles Marion "Charley" Williams was born 19 July 1876 in Missouri. About 1896, he married Temperance Mayebelle Wilson. She was born in Arkansas in September 1878, and she was the younger sister of Hattie Eugenia Wilson, the second wife of Charley's brother, Samuel Bryant Williams. The young couple set up housekeeping in Taney County and in 1900 were listed there with one child. The child was born in Indian Territory, so they had spent some time there. In about 1903 they moved permanently to Indian Territory and on the 1910 census they are listed in Peggs, Cherokee County, Oklahoma with six children. By 1920 they were still in Cherokee County and had added two more children.
Charley Williams died 17 June 1925. He was buried at New Home Cemetery in Peggs County, Oklahoma. In the 1930 census, "Maybell William", his widow, is listed in Lincoln, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma. Three of her sons were living with her, Willie, Willard, and Lenard, and another son, Lloyd, lived nearby. Temperance is laid to rest beside Charley Williams at New Home Cemetery, with a death date of 29 September 1959.
The children of Charles Marion and Temperance Williams were:
2. Dona Alberta Williams, born in Missouri on 5 April 1897, married Henry Clay Miller about 1916. He was born 5 May 1895 in Stanislaua County, California but he grew up in Kansas. By his World War I draft registration in 1918, he was farming for Isaac Howorth in Denison, Iowa, and lived in Crawford County, Iowa with his new wife. In 1920 Dona and Henry lived in Douglas County, Kansas; in 1930 they lived in Greeley County, Oklahoma and were also listed in Maud, Pottawattomie County, Oklahoma, where they moved during the census year. By the time he filled out a World War II draft card, the family had moved to California, and Henry worked at Mare Island Naval Yard near San Francisco. The family lived in Vallejo, Solano County, California. Dona Williams Miller died 27 September 1956 in Sacramento, California. Henry died in October of 1985, last address Auburn, Placer, California. They had two children, Jack A. Miller and Geraldine M. Miller.
2. Cleo Williams, a son, was born about 1901 in Missouri and was last found in the 1920 census with his parents.
2. Johnie Williams, a daughter, was born about 1902. She was last found listed in the 1920 census with her parents.
2. Henderson Williams was born 7 November 1903 in Indian Territory, Oklahoma. He grew up there and in about 1925 he married Alice C., last name unknown at this time. She was born 16 February 1907 in Oklahoma and she is listed as part Cherokee on the census form. In 1930 they lived in Lincoln, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, married six years with no children. Henderson Williams died on 23 September 1983 and is buried at Holdenville Cemetery in Hughes County, Oklahoma. His wife Alice died 15 September 1994 and she is at rest there as well. As yet we know of no children for this couple.
2. Lloyd M. Williams was born 16 April 1905 in Oklahoma. About 1930 he married Hester Unknown. She was born 17 July 1908 in Oklahoma. In 1930 they lived at Lincoln, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, listed two homes away from his mother and brothers. Lloyd was an oil field worker at that time. He died 7 May 1981 and Hester died on 11 May 2003. They are at rest at New Home Cemetery in Peggs, Oklahoma.
2. William "Willie" Williams was born in Oklahoma about 1908. He was living in his mother's home on the 1930 census.
2. Lydia Neoma "Liddie" Williams was born 27 July 1911 in Peggs, Oklahoma. About 1928, she married Luther W. Smith and they were listed in 1930 with baby son Charles, living next door to her mother and brothers. Luther was born about 1907 in Alabama. They may have divorced, for on 25 May 1943 Liddie married William Wesley Holaday in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma. William Holaday was born 30 June 1894 in Clark County, Kansas. They had no children together. William died 22 January 1981 in Seminole County, Oklahoma. Liddie Williams Holaday died 8 February 2007 in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, at the age of ninety five. Her son with Luther Smith is Charles J. Smith, born in 1930 in Oklahoma.
2. Willard Williams was born about 1915 in Oklahoma and is last found on the 1930 census, living in his mother's home.
2. Leonard James Williams appears to be the one of that name born 8 March 1919 in Peggs, Cherokee County, Oklahoma and died 19 April 1990. He is buried at Bryan Chapel, Boatman, Mayes County, Oklahoma. "U. S. Navy WW II" is inscribed on the gravestone there.

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