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262. Margaret Emma TURNBOW (Andrew J TURNBOW , James TURNBOW , John Andrew ).

Margaret married Jefferson Elwood NOWLIN.

They had the following children:

+ 807 F i Lucille NOWLIN.

271. William Nathan TURNBO (Nathan TURNBO , James TURNBOW , John Andrew ) was born 1867 in Hardin Co., Tennessee. He died 1916.

Tom Evans Sat Jun 28 21:12:21 1997
William Nathan Turnbo's parents were Nathan Turnbo and Elizabeth Seabolt. Nathan Turnbo's father was James Turnbo, who can be found in Maury County, TN, and Phelicia Coffey. James Turnbo's parents were John Turnbough and Marget, and they were in Greeville County, SC in 1790, and then moved to Kentucky. Their children filtered on down into Maury County between 1810 and 1814. Elizabeth Seabolt was the second wife of Nathan Turnbo, and was also the sister of Orlena Seabolt. Elizabeth's and Orlena's parents were Levi and Liza Seabolt, and they can be found in Decatur County, TN. You can find many of the Turnbo line in two cemeteries along Hwy 114. The first is the Lone Chestnut Cemetery, which is on the right hand side of the road, as you approach the ferry between Decatur County, and Clifton, TN. It is a well-kept cemetery, Nathan Turnbo and his family are buried there.

William married Martha Ellen BAKER on Jan 3 1895.

They had the following children:

+ 808 M i Yokley Elberg TURNBO was born Feb 13 1897 and died 1989.

273. Silas Claiborne TURNBO (James Coffee TURNBOW , James TURNBOW , John Andrew ) was born May 26 1844 in Taney County, Missouri. He died 1 Mar 27 1925 in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

For over thirty years, hundreds, if not thousands, of genealogists have combed Turnbo’s pages for family history. Local historical societies have excerpted sections for deposit in municipal and county repositories. A host of newspapers and magazines have reprinted selected stories, but a clear history of the evolution of the collection itself is hazy.

Silas Turnbo (1844-1925) kept an unknown number of diaries during his career as a Confederate soldier, 1862-1865. In 1868 a fire consumed his parents’ house on White River in Marion County, Ark., including the diaries. Silas soon re-wrote much of his wartime experiences, but did not methodically return to them to author his regimental Civil War history until 1908. This manuscript was not published until Desmond Walls Allen privately printed it in 1988 and it is distinct from the larger collection of Turnbo’s Ozarks stories.

Silas Claiborne Turnbo (Great Uncle) was born May 26, 1844, Forsyth, Taney County, Missouri.  S.C. Turnbo was a pioneer newspaper publisher and historian.  He spent many years publishing small newspapers in Gainesville and several Arkansas communities including it is said Three Brothers.  He traveled all over the Ozarks, talking to lots of people and writing books about his experiences.  One of the books he wrote was "Fireside Tales of the Ozarks".

Silas was a rebel soldier in the 27th Arkansas Infantry. While serving in the infantry, Silas spent most of his meager funds buying books and was careful to keep a diary of his experiences.  I happen to think of Silas as a real hero giving us something to look back on.  With him having only a few months of schooling at subscription schools, that is, schools established by a group of neighbors, who pooled their scanty money to pay a teacher for a term of three to six months.

In 1902 Silas lost his 160 acre farm for foreclosure and was forced to move in with his son in law, Jess and Eliza Herd, in Pontiac, Missouri. In 1905 Silas published his first book of 173 pages under the title Fireside Stories of the Early Days in the Ozarks, but sales were very sparse.  He peddled them himself door to door.  The cost of printing the book left him even more impoverished and he remained still dependent on his family for support.  After 1913 Silas moved from one relative to another and stayed with them until they pretty well told him to move on, always working on his family's history.  At times he would stay in the Confederate Home in Higginsville, Missouri.  He also developed a reputation among his relatives for being somewhat eccentric.  Many of them viewed him as someone who did not work and wasted his time talking about the old days before the Civil War.  Some of his descendants later regarded him even more harshly and claimed that his writings were worthless.  But Silas continued writing his books that are so valuable to us today.  It wasn't until 50 years after his death that his dream finally became a reality.  His writings after 1913 were probably thrown away by unappreciative family members after his death in 1925.  Over the course of his lifetime, Silas, had composed over 823 stories.  After being desperately in need of money, and in poor health, Silas wrote a publisher who agreed to buy his stories for a mere $27.50.

Silas married Mary Matilda Holt on January 28, 1869.  Silas died 1925 in Oklahoma.
Silas and Mary are both buried in Oklahoma.  Silas and Mary had 5 children.

Silas married Mary Matilda HOLT on Jan 28 1865. Mary was born 1 1848. She died Jun 27 1925 in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

They had the following children:

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Elizabeth TURNBO was born Jun 15 1870. She died Feb 5 1944 in Pontiac, Missouri and was buried in Pontiac Cemetery.

Children of Jesse & Eliza:
1.  Clara E. Herd, born November 5, 1890 and died at age 5 days, buried Pontiac Cemetery.
2.  Fannie Myrtle Herd, died in 1962, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Married Monroe Milton Sanders who died in 1978.  They had two daughters:  1- Shirley Sanders, married Mr. Carson and had one son, Carl Dee Carson.  2- Vera Sanders.
3.  Everett Vernon Herd, married to Mattie Wallace and possibly Dallas. Children of Everett Herd:  Everett Vernon Herd, Vera Dell Herd.
       
Elizabeth married (1) Jesse E HERD, son of Mahulda JOHNSON. Jesse was born Oct 10 1867. He died Sep 7 1945.
       
Elizabeth also married (2) Jesse Everett HERD, daughter of Jasper Newton TURNBO and Mahulda JOHNSON. Jesse was born Oct 10 1867. She died Sep 7 1945 in Pontiac, Missouri.

He was the son of Hulda Johnson and Andrew J. Herd, Hulda's first marriage.  He was married to Elizabeth (Eliza) Turnbo, daughter of Silas Claiborne Turnbo.
+ 810 M ii James Fielding TURNBO was born Oct 8 1871 and died 1951.
+ 811 F iii Mary Ann TURNBO was born 1872 and died 1943.
+ 812 F iv Fannie D TURNBO was born about 1875 and died 1956.
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George TURNBO was born 1878 in Marion County, Arkansas. He died about 1916 in Big Cabin, Oklahoma.

274. Jasper Newton TURNBO (James Coffee TURNBOW , James TURNBOW , John Andrew ) was born Mar 26 1847 in Pontiac, Missouri. He died Dec 12 1925.

Back on September 7, 1894 official records show that Jasper Newton Turnbo laid out a piece of his land which was divided according to his directions into three plots designated "Pontiac School District No. 1," "church" and "burial ground."  The church was Frontier General Baptist Church, a log cabin building.  The second church, a drop-siding structure served the community as school, church, and community center for nearly a century.  The first minister was Benjamin C. Evans.

After the school consolidated with Gainesville in 1961, John Hollingsworth, bidding for the Pontiac community at a school sale in Gainesville, bought the building, the fixtures, and well pump, the pressure system, and the school bell, all for $98.

For a time there were no church services in the building, but in June of 1980 an Independent Fundamental Baptist group organized there.  On July 8, 1984, the church was reorganized as General Baptist.

In 1990 the old schoolhouse was remodeled.  Old Pontiac School #1 will, no doubt, be serving the community for awhile yet.

Jasper married Mahulda JOHNSON on 1873.

They had the following children:

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Jesse Everett HERD was born Oct 10 1867. She died Sep 7 1945 in Pontiac, Missouri.

He was the son of Hulda Johnson and Andrew J. Herd, Hulda's first marriage.  He was married to Elizabeth (Eliza) Turnbo, daughter of Silas Claiborne Turnbo.
       
Jesse married Elizabeth TURNBO, daughter of Silas Claiborne TURNBO and Mary Matilda HOLT. Elizabeth was born Jun 15 1870. She died Feb 5 1944 in Pontiac, Missouri and was buried in Pontiac Cemetery.

Children of Jesse & Eliza:
1.  Clara E. Herd, born November 5, 1890 and died at age 5 days, buried Pontiac Cemetery.
2.  Fannie Myrtle Herd, died in 1962, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Married Monroe Milton Sanders who died in 1978.  They had two daughters:  1- Shirley Sanders, married Mr. Carson and had one son, Carl Dee Carson.  2- Vera Sanders.
3.  Everett Vernon Herd, married to Mattie Wallace and possibly Dallas. Children of Everett Herd:  Everett Vernon Herd, Vera Dell Herd.
+ 815 M ii Isaac TURNBO was born Mar 4 1874 and died Apr 19 1905.
+ 816 M iii Samuel H TURNBO was born Sep 13 1877 and died Sep 5 1909.
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Pollie TURNBO was born 1881 in Pontiac, Ozark County, Missouri.

Polly and William had 8 children:
1.  Pearson Hobson VanMeter
2.  Eva May VanMeter, married to Otis Herd and they had 5 children (Troy, Alta, Freda, Leta Mae & Leslie.
3.  Eunice VanMeter (died young)
4.  Basil VanMeter
5.  Faye VanMeter
6.   Raye VanMeter
7.  Jessie VanMeter
8.  Donna VanMeter
       
Pollie married William Sheridan VANMETER. William was born Nov 14 1870 in Pontiac, Missouri.
+ 818 F v Elsie TURNBO was born Oct 27 1884 and died Dec 14 1913.

276. Margarette Felecia TURNBOW (James Coffee TURNBOW , James TURNBOW , John Andrew ) was born Apr 1 1851 in Taney County, Missouri. She died Jul 14 1926 in Telequah, Oklahoma.

Margarette married Rufus Martin JONES on Mar 4 1869 in Marion County, Arkansas. Rufus was born Jul 24 1848 in DeCauter County, Tennessee. He died May 2 1906 in Marion County, Arkansas and was buried in Riddle Cemetery.

Rufus was a confederate soldier and belonged to Capt. Christopher Cooks Co. F. Col Joe Loves regiment.  This was Col. Tom Freeman's old command.
He is buried in Riddle Cemetery, 3 or 4 miles south of Protem.  They lived around Protem, Missouri.  They had 13 children.

Rufus and Margarette had the following children:

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Docia A JONES was born in Marion County, Arkansas.
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Mary E JONES was born Mar 22 1870 in Marion County, Arkansas. She died 1870.
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Lucretia M JONES was born Mar 31 1871 in Marion County, Arkansas. She died 1871.
  822 F iv
Sarah Elizabeth JONES was born Aug 4 1871 in Marion, Arkansas. She died Aug 7 1921 in Newberg, Hughes, Oklahoma and was buried in Allen Cementery, Girdy, Oklahoma.
       
Sarah married Dekalh TRIMBLE.
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Minnie B JONES was born Jul 8 1874 in Marion County, Arkansas. She died May 1 1946.
+ 824 F vi Ellen Felecia JONES was born Sep 17 1875 and died Dec 18 1946.
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William A JONES was born Jan 31 1877 in Marion County, Arkansas. He died 1888.
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Henry C JONES was born Feb 22 1878 in Marion County, Arkansas. He died Aug 18 1958.
       
Henry married Cordelia ROZELL on Oct 2 1898.
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Beatrice J JONES was born Dec 29 1879 in Marion County, Arkansas. She died 1899.
       
Beatrice married George A SHAFFEN.
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James T JONES was born Aug 1 1881 in Marion County, Arkansas.
       
James married Daisy OWENS.
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Ida A JONES was born May 16 1884 in Marion County, Arkansas. She died 1886.
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John R JONES was born Jan 3 1888 in Marion County, Arkansas. He died 1928.
       
John married Lottie MOLDER on 1919.
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Pearl V JONES was born Jan 28 1889 in Marion County, Arkansas.
       
Pearl married Albert J RUMLEY on Oct 10 1920.

279. James David TURNBO (James Coffee TURNBOW , James TURNBOW , John Andrew ) was born Feb 10 1860 in Forsyth, Taney County, Missouri. He died Sep 23 1900 in Pontiac, Missouri and was buried in Pontiac, Missouri, Pontiac Cemetery.

He was the first person to be buried in Pontiac, Missouri Cemetery.

James married Chinese Eueline MARTIN on 1880. Chinese was born Jan 10 1861. She died Feb 1943 in Grove, Oklahoma.

They had the following children:

+ 832 F i Ollie May TURNBO was born Feb 2 1886 and died Jan 6 1961.
+ 833 F ii Martha Eliza TURNBO was born Apr 19 1891 and died Jun 6 1970.
+ 834 M iii Perry Hensley TURNBO was born Jan 5 1892 and died Aug 24 1969.

280. Sarah Jane TURNBO (James Coffee TURNBOW , James TURNBOW , John Andrew ) was born Nov 27 1860 in Protem, Taney County, Missouri. She died Sep 14 1917 in Peel, Marion County, Arkansas.

Sarah married William Jefferson TREADWAY on Dec 25 1878. William was born Sep 15 1857 in Crawleys Ridge, Craighead, Arkansas. He died Dec 25 1928 in Haskell, Muskogee, Oklahoma.

They had the following children:

+ 835 M i Jim Andrew TREADWAY was born about 1880 and died Aug 24 1964.
+ 836 F ii Alice TREADWAY was born Dec 10 1883.
  837 M iii
Winnefred TREADWAY was born about 1885.
       
Winnefred married Tibitha BAKER.
+ 838 F iv Clara Maude TREADWAY was born Dec 16 1886 and died Jul 31 1976.
+ 839 F v Ida May TREADWAY was born Jul 30 1888 and died Aug 25 1987.
+ 840 M vi Frank TREADWAY was born Nov 30 1890 and died Feb 20 1980.
+ 841 M vii Porter Lawrence TREADWAY was born Apr 12 1893 and died Jan 29 1979.
  842 M viii
Lafayette TREADWAY was born Mar 15 1896. He died Dec 7 1930 in Peel, Marion County, Arkansas.
       
Lafayette married Grace CLARK. Grace died about 1980.
+ 843 M ix Pierce TREADWAY was born Dec 5 1903 and died Oct 28 1984.

281. Elizabeth Nancy TURNBO (James Coffee TURNBOW , James TURNBOW , John Andrew ) was born Jul 1 1863 in Forsyth, Taney County, Missouri. She died Jun 27 1899 in Pontiac, Missouri and was buried 1 in Turnbo Pontiac Cemetery, Pontiac Missouri.

She died June 27, 1899 (only 33 years old) in Pontiac, Missouri, 3 weeks after the birth of her last child.  According to her brother, Silas, she is buried in the grave yard at the mouth of Bratton's Spring Creek.

Elizabeth married Henry Edward UPTON on Jun 13 1886. Henry was born Nov 23 1864 in Ozark County, Missouri. He died Mar 23 1908 in Pontiac, Missouri and was buried in Turnbo Pontiac Cemetery, Pontiac Missouri.

Henry died at age 44 of pneumonia.  Henry's parents were Daniel Upton and Nancy Bracket.
A number of Silas C. Turnbo's stories were told to him by members of the Upton family.  One of the "Turnbo Tales", "Poor Comfort from a Friendly Bear" was told to author Silas Turnbo by his brother-in-law, Henry E. Upton.  It tells of an encounter between Henry's father, Daniel, and a bear.  The date of the story is not known, but Henry E. is referred to as living at the base of the Lone Ash Bald Hill, 6 miles west of Gainesville, Missouri.

Henry Edward Upton was the first postmaster of the town of Pontiac, Missouri, a position he held until 1897 when he moved away and then Sam Martin took his place.  Henry was also a Baptist Minister and performed many marriages in Ozark County, Missouri.

Henry's mother, Nancy had lived in his household for several years after his father died in 1887 and remained there until near her death on March 20, 1903.  She helped raise Henry's children, particularly after his wife died.  Nancy was temporarily in son Thomas' home in 1900.

Henry and Elizabeth had the following children:

+ 844 F i Agnes L UPTON was born May 1 1887 and died Jan 23 1924.
  845 F ii
Nancy Elois UPTON was born Feb 16 1889 in Pontiac, Ozark County, Missouri. She died Aug 30 1975.

Nancy was an Eastern Star member.
Benjamin is the son of Elijah Breeding and Margaret Webster.  Nancy and Benjamin had six children:
1.  Theta Marie Breeding, born September 7, 1913 and died September 7, 1913.
2.  Mearle Breeding, born August 3, 1914 and died January 27, 1915.
3.  Leslie Edward Breeding, born December 16, 1911, Gainesville, Missouri.  Married (1st) Vella M. Sowards in 1932 and had one child. Leslie E. Breeding Jr., born June 18, 1933.  Leslie Jr. married Mitzie Tolbert and had Alberta Marie, born in 1958;  Edna Elizabeth, born in 1959;  Janet Kay, born in 1960;  and Leslie Edward Jr., born in 1962. Leslie Jr. married Jane Catledge for the second time and had John Allen, 1976, in Mississippi.  Leslie Edward Breeding Sr. married (2nd) Marilee Huffman, born February 11, 1926, Greene County, Indiana.  They had five children:
a.  Marilee Ann Breeding, born November 19, 1951, California, has one son, Gregory, born in 1986.
b.  William U. Breeding,  born February 9, 1953, California.  Married Mary (Godhino) Breeding and have two children:  Jason Breeding, born in 1983;  Katie Breeding, born in 1986.
c.  Daniel B. Breeding, born November 4, 1956, California, was killed by a drunken driver September 1, 1963.
d.  Donald B. Breeding, born June 23, 1961.
e.  Daniel H. Breeding, born September 8, 1968, California.
4.  Donnie Gertrude Breeding, born August 26, 1916.  Married Fred L. Owens on December 30, 1936.  Their children, whose names follow, became engineers.
a.  Doyle F. Owens, born February 18, 1938, married Kathryn Wilbanks and had three son:  Jeffrey D., born in 1961;  Timothy S., born in 1963; Nicholas A., born in 1965.
b.  Jerry E. Owens, born February 26, 1944, married Sandra J. Carter on August 24, 1963.  Their children are:  Jennifer E. Owens, born February 7, 1966, married Keel;  Jane E. Owens, born February 6, 1970.
c.  James Mearle Owens, born April 15, 1946, married Karen Faye Harrison on May 21, 1965.  Their children are Susanne Owens, born in 1965;  and John P. Owens, born in 1970.
5.  Benton Fred Breeding, born October 4, 1919.  He taught school and was superintendent of Gainesville schools for several years before retiring. One June 3, 1939 he married Genelle McDonald, daughter of Alva and Delphia (Martin) McDonald.  Genelle taught in the Gainesville school system until her retirement.  Children of Benton and Genelle Breeding:
a.  Faunlee Breeding, born June 9, 1947, was married on November 24, 1968 to Fred M. Harle Jr. and has a daughter, Britnee Harle, born in April of 1974.
b.  Michael D. Breeding, born January 11, 1952.  He has an insurance agency and his wife, Judy Stump is a certified public account.  Their two children are Jonathan, born inJanuary of 1981;  and Matthew, born in September of 1983.
6.  Thana M. Breeding, born July 28, 1910 is a retired schoolteacher. She married Alvin C. Mahan on October 10, 1931 and had one daughter, Virginia L. Mahan.  Virginia was born November 13, 1932.  She married Joe S. Walker on February 22, 1953.  Their daughter, Cynthia Jo, was born in 1954 in Virginia.
       
Nancy married Benjamin Franklin BREEDING on Oct 9 1909.
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Odes K UPTON was born Nov 4 1891. He died Jul 29 1969 and was buried in Center Point Cemetery, Gainesville, Missouri.

Before his marriage to Doshia, Odes spent several years away from the county working.  Included in that was a tour of duty in the U.S. Army during World War I.  Odes served in WW I, 89th Division, Batallion C, 340th Field Artillery.  He was wounded while serving in France and was honorably discharged on February 12, 1919.
Odes and Doshia had 6 children:
1.  Gene Odes Upton, born October 19, 1920.  He served in the Marine Corps during World War II.  After the war he married Lorene Ledbetter of Theodosia.  Gene died April 23, 1981 and is buried at Lutie Cemetery..
2.  Doyn W. Upton, born about 1925.  He served in the Navy during World War II.  After the war he married Tansy Hargis of Isabella.  They have two children:
a.  Jack Ronald Upton
b.  Pattie Janene Upton, married Thompson.
3.  Ellouese Upton, born about 1929, married Bob H. Bennett from Amarillo, Texas.  They have seven children:
a.  Gary Bennett
b.  Kay Bennett
c.  Karen Bennett
d.  Karol Bennett
e.  Kathy Bennett
f.  Katrinia Bennett
g.  Karla Bennett
4.  Bobby Dean Upton, born about 1931, He served in the AirForce during the Korean Conflict.  He married Irene Hagan of Independence, Missouri and they have three children:
a.  Debbie Upton
b.  Jeff Upton
c.  Brian Upton
5.  Ida Grace Upton, died at birth September 29, 1933.
6.  Ned Winfred Upton, born about 1935, served in the Navy from 1955 to 1959.  He married Dorothy Drakes from Southwest city, Missouri. Dorothy's two children from a previous marriage were adopted by Ned.
a.  Patricia Upton
b.  Allen Dale Upton
       
Odes married Doshia WEBSTER. Doshia was born Mar 25 1892. She died Apr 21 1965 in Gainesville, Missouri and was buried in Center Point Cemetery, Ozark County, Missouri.
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Elmer A UPTON was born Nov 9 1893. He died Nov 18 1894 in Pontiac, Missouri and was buried in Pontiac, Missouri, Turnbo Cemetery.
+ 848 F v Stella V UPTON was born May 14 1896 and died Feb 13 1914.
  849 M vi
Edward UPTON was born Jun 2 1899 in Pontiac, Missouri. He died Jan 1981 and was buried in Lutie Cemetery, Theodosia, Missouri.

His mother died 3 weeks after he was born and his father died on March 28, 1908.  Ted and his brothers and sisters were bounced between relatives and at one point in time, Jasper Newton took care of Ted.  He was out on his own at an early age and by 1919 he enlisted in the Army and served in Co. C, 27th Infantry in Vurkenridniske, Siberia.  He also served in China, Mongolia, Philippines and Japan.  He was an interesting fellow and crazy for genealogy.
Ted and Daisy worked hard and traveled around a lot.  They lived in Kansas, Iowa,
California, Nevada, and Oklahoma, but always came back to their beloved hills.  They
both loved the Ozarks and bought a house one mile west of Gainesville in 1942 and
lived there until their deaths.   Ted and Daisy had 3 children:
1.  Mary Reba Upton, born 1923 at her Grandma Mahan's farm at Theodosia. She married Mearl Holmes in 1940 and divorced in 1950.  They had one daughter, Linda Holmes, born 1942, Portola, California.  Linda married Robert Lamphear from Wisconsin in 1963.  One grandson, Jay Lamphear, was born in 1964 and one granddaughter, Kimberly Lamphear, was born in 1967. Jay married Debbie Craig in 1987 and they had a great grandson, C. J. Lamphear, in 1990.  They all live in Kansas City, Kansas.  Mary married (2nd) Bob Ramsey in 1956 and he is deceased.
2.  Paul Vernon Upton, born July 6, 1926 and died February 15, 1929, buried Haddam, Kansas.
3.  Wilma Fern Upton, born 1936 at Locust west of Gainesville.  Fern never married and was the Librarian at Gainesville High School for three years and taught in Independence, Missouri schools for 27 years.  She now lives in Independence.
After the death of Elizabeth, his first wife, Henry Edward Upton married (2nd) Sarah Catherine (Hogan) Hight, (Aunt Kit) about 1901, Ozark County, Missouri.  They had one child:  Althea Upton, born March 26, 1903 and died March 30, 1903.  She lived only 4 days, buried with her grandmother Nancy Upton, who had died 10 days earlier, in Reymonds Cemetery.
       
Edward married Daisy Friend MAHAN on Jul 1 1922. Daisy was born Apr 22 1899. She died 1987 and was buried in Lutie Cemetery, Theodosia, Missouri.

282. Andrew Jackson TURNBO (James Coffee TURNBOW , James TURNBOW , John Andrew ) was born Oct 15 1863 in Forsyth, Taney County, Missouri. He died Jun 12 1946 in Pontiac, Missouri and was buried in Pontiac, Missouri, Pontiac Cemetery.

Andrew married Hettie Jane NAVE on Jul 10 1884 in Isabella, Missouri. Hettie was born Sep 3 1868. She died in Arizona.

Hettie's parents were William Nave, born 1837, Marion, Arkansas and Nancy Johnson, born 1841, Marion, Arkansas.  William and Nancy married on December 25, 1856.  William was a brother to Isaac Newt Nave who was married to Grace Elmira Turnbo.  William's parents were Abraham Nave (born 1810 and died 1861) and Mary Jane Trimble (born 1818 in Arkansas and died in Ozark County).  Abraham and Mary Jane were married July 13, 1836, Greene County, Missouri.

Andrew and Hettie had the following children:

+ 850 M i Sidney TURNBO was born Jul 1889.
  851 F ii
Myrtle TURNBO was born Oct 1893 in Ozark County, Missouri.
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John N TURNBO was born Jan 24 1898. He died Nov 3 1923 in Pontiac, Missouri and was buried in Pontiac Cemetery.

Died with tuberculosis.
  853 F iv
Olive TURNBO was born about 1901 in Ozark County, Missouri. She died 1963 in Pontiac, Missouri.

Married to Mr. Owens.  She had a daughter named Laura.
  854 F v
Essie TURNBO was born 1906 in Ozark, Missouri.
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Lessie Jane TURNBO was born Jan 24 1908. She died Apr 4 1926 in Pontiac, Missouri and was buried in Pontiac Cemetery.
  856 M vii
Lester TURNBO was born Dec 1909 in Ozark County, Missouri. He died in Arizona.

Died with tuberculosis in Arizona.

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